Instruction Manual
FRENIC 5000G11S/P11S
High-Performance, Low-Noise
Inverter
General-Purpose Industrial Machines
Fans and Pumps
230V Series
230V Series
0.25HP/FRNF25G11S-2UX
7.5HP/FRN007P11S-2UX
to 125HP/FRN125G11S-2UX
to 150HP/FRN150P11S-2UX
460V Series
460V Series
0.50HP/FRNF50G11S-4UX
7.5HP/FRN007P11S-4UX
to 600HP/FRN600G11S-4UX
to 800HP/FRN800P11S-4UX
!
CAUTION
„ Read all operating instructions before
installing, connecting (wiring),
operating, servicing, or inspecting the
inverter.
„ Ensure that this instruction manual is
made available to the final user of the
inverter.
„ Store this manual in a safe,
convenient location.
„ The product is subject to change
without prior notice.
Fuji Electric FA Components & Systems Co., Ltd.
Fuji Electric Corp of America
INR-SI47-1206-E
Preface
Thank you four purchasing our FRENIC5000G11S or FRENIC5000P11S series inverter. This product is used
to drive a 3-phase electric motor at variable speed. As incorrect use of this product may result in personal
injury and/or property damage, read all operating instructions before using.
As this manual does not cover the use of option cards, etc., refer to relevant manuals for option operations.
Safety Instructions
Read this manual carefully before installing, connecting (wiring), operating, servicing, or inspecting the inverter.
Familiarize yourself with all safety features before using the inverter.
In this manual, safety messages are classified as follows:
WARNING
Improper operation may result in serious personal injury or death.
Improper operation may result in slight to medium personal injury or property
damage.
Situations more serious than those covered by CAUTION will depend on prevailing circumstances.
Always follow instructions.
CAUTION
Instructions on use
WARNING
• This inverter is designed to drive a 3-phase induction motor and is not suitable for a single-phase motor or
others, as fire may result.
• This inverter may not be used (as is) as a component of a life-support system or other medical device
directly affecting the personal welfare of the user.
• This inverter is manufactured under strict quality control standards. However, safety equipment must be
installed if the failure of this device may result in personal injury and/or property damage.
There is a risk of accident.
Instructions on installation
WARNING
• Mount this inverter on an incombustible material such as metal.
There is a risk of fire.
• Do not place combustible or flammable material near this inverter, as fire may result.
CAUTION
• Do not hold or carry this inverter by the surface cover. Inverter may be dropped causing injury.
• Ensure that the inverter and heat sink surfaces are kept free of foreign matter (lint, paper dust, small chips
of wood or metal, and dust), as fire or accident may result.
• Do not install or operate a damaged inverter or an inverter with missing parts, as injury may result.
Instructions on wiring
WARNING
• Connect the inverter to power via a line-protection molded-case circuit breaker or Fuse,
as fire may result.
• Always connect a ground wire, as electric shock or fire may result.
• A licensed specialist must perform the wiring works, as electric shock may result.
• Turn off the power before starting the wiring work, as electric shock may result.
• Wire the inverter after installation is complete, as electric shock or injury may occur.
CAUTION
• Confirm that the phases and rated voltage of this product match those of the AC power supply,
as injury may result.
• Do not connect the AC power supply to the output terminals (U,V,and W), as injury may result.
• Do not connect a braking resistor directly to the DC terminals (P(+)and N(-)), as fire may result.
• Ensure that the noise generated by the inverter, motor, or wiring does not adversely affect peripheral
sensors and equipment, as accident may result.
Instructions on operation
WARNING
• Be sure to install the surface cover before turning on the power (closed). Do not remove the cover while
power to the inverter is turned on.
Electric shock may occur.
• Do not operate switches with wet hands, as electric shock may result.
• When the retry function is selected, the inverter may restart automatically after tripping.
(Design the machine to ensure personal safety in the event of restart)
Accident may result.
• When the torque limiting function is selected, operating conditions may differ from preset conditions
(acceleration/deceleration time or speed). In this case, personal safety must be assured.
Accident may result.
• As the STOP key is effective only when a function setting has been established, install an emergency
switch independently, and when an operation via the external signal terminal is selected,
the STOP key on the keypad panel will be disabled.
Accident may result.
• As operations start suddenly if alarm is reset with a running signal input, confirm that no running signal
is input before resetting alarm.
Accident may result.
• Do not touch inverter terminals when energized even if inverter has stopped.
Electric shock may result.
CAUTION
• Do not start or stop the inverter using the main circuit power.
Failure may result.
• Do not touch the heat sink or braking resistor because they become very hot.
Burns may result.
• As the inverter can set high speed operation easily, carefully check the performance of motor or machine
before changing speed settings.
Injury may result.
• Do not use the inverter braking function for mechanical holding.
Injury may result.
Instructions on maintenance, inspection, and replacement
WARNING
• Wait a minimum of five minutes (30HP or less) or ten minutes (40HP or more) after power has been tumed
off (open) before starting inspection. (Also confirm that the charge lamp is off and that DC voltage between
terminals P (+) and N (-) do not exceed 25V.)
Electrical shock may result.
• Only authorized personnel should perform maintenance, inspection, and replacement operations.(Take off
metal jewelry such as watches and rings. Use insulated tools.)
Electric shock or injury may result.
Instructions on disposal
CAUTION
• Treat as industrial waste when disposing it.
Injury may result.
Other instructions
WARNING
• Never modify the product.
Electric shock or injury may result.
Conformity to Low Voltage Directive in Europe
CAUTION
• The contact capacity of alarm output for any fault (30A, B, C) and relay signal output (Y5A, Y5C) is 0.5A at
48V DC.
• The ground terminal
G should be connected to the ground.
Use a crimp terminal to connect a cable to the main circuit terminal or inverter ground terminal.
• Where RCD (Residual-current protective device) is used for protection in case of direct or indirect contact,
only RCD of type B is allowed on the supply side of this EE (Electric equipment).
Otherwise another protective measure shall be applied such as separation of the EE from the environment
by double or reinforced insulation or isolation of EE and supply system by the transformer.
• Use a single cable to connect the
G inverter ground terminal. (Do not use two or more inverter ground
terminals.)
• Use a molded-case circuit breaker (MCCB) and magnetic contactor (MC) that conform to EN or IEC
standards.
• Use the inverter under over-voltage category III conditions and maintain Pollution degree 2 or better as
specified in IEC664. To maintain Pollution degree 2 or more, install the inverter in the control panel (IP54
or higher level) having structure free from water, oil, carbon, dust, etc.
• For the input-output wiring of the inverter, use cable (diameter and type) as specified in Appendix C in
EN60204.
• To ensure safety, install an optional AC reactor, DC reactor, or external braking resistor as follows:
1) Install inside an IP4X cabinet or barrier if electrical parts are exposed.
2) Install inside an IP2X cabinet or barrier if electrical parts are not exposed.
• It is necessary to install the inverter in appropriate method using an appropriate RFI filter to conform to the
EMC directive. It is customer's responsibility to check whether the equipment, the inverter is installed in,
conforms to EMC directive.
Conformity to Low Voltage Directive in Europe
CAUTION
5
5
5
10
10
20
30
5
5
10
15
15
30
40
40
60
50
100
75
125
100
150
100
175
150
200
175
250
200
300
1.2
2.5
(2.5)
350
350
-
400
-
500
-
Control
P1, P (+)
R0, T0
Without
DCR
P (+), DB, N (-)
With
DCR
-
2.5
(2.5)
2.5
2.5
4(4)
10(10)
4
4
6
6
1.8
6(6)
3.5
10
(10)
16
(16)
35
(16)
25
(16)
5.8
0.7
1.2
13.5
250
L1/R, L2/S, L3/T
G)
(
U, V, W
FRNF25G11S-2UX
FRNF50G11S-2UX
FRN001G11S-2UX
FRN002G11S-2UX
FRN003G11S-2UX
FRN005G11S-2UX
FRN007P11S-2UX
FRN007G11S-2UX
FRN010P11S-2UX
FRN010G11S-2UX
FRN015P11S-2UX
FRN015G11S-2UX
FRN020P11S-2UX
FRN020G11S-2UX
FRN025P11S-2UX
FRN025G11S-2UX
FRN030P11S-2UX
FRN030G11S-2UX
FRN040P11S-2UX
FRN040G11S-2UX
FRN050P11S-2UX
FRN050G11S-2UX
FRN060P11S-2UX
FRN060G11S-2UX
FRN075P11S-2UX
FRN075G11S-2UX
FRN100P11S-2UX
FRN100G11S-2UX
FRN125P11S-2UX
FRN125G11S-2UX
FRN150P11S-2UX
G
Control
1/4
1/2
1
2
3
5
7.5
7.5
10
10
15
15
20
20
25
25
30
30
40
40
50
50
60
60
75
75
100
100
125
125
150
With Without
DCR DCR
R0, T0
Inverter type
2
Recommended wire size [mm ]
Tightening torque [N*m]
L1/R, L2/S, L3/T
U, V, W
P1, P (+), DB, N (-)
Fuse/MCCB
current rating [A]
Application motor [HP]
3phase 230V system
Voltage
Table 1-1 Applicable equipment and wire size for main circuit in Europe
27
48
13.5
27
35
(16)
50
(25)
16×2
70(35)
95
(50)
35×2
(35)
50×2
185(95)
240
(120)
95×2
(95)
50
(25)
10
2.5
2.5
10
16
16
25
25
3.5
5.5
25×2
(25)
35×2
(50)
50×2
(50)
70×2
(70)
-
35
50
35
16×2
25×2
70
25×2
25×2
95
35×2
0.2
to
0.75
4
35×2
50×2
240
70×2
300
95×2
2.5
to
6
6
50×2
10
70×2
16
95×2
25
120×2
Note: The type of wire is 75℃ (167ºF) 600V Grade heat-resistant polyvinyl chloride insulated wires (PVC).
The above-mentioned wire size are the recommended size under the condition of the ambient temperature 50℃
(122ºF) or lower.
Conformity to Low Voltage Directive in Europe
CAUTION
3phase 460V system
1/2
1
2
3
5
7.5
7.5
10
10
15
15
20
20
25
25
30
30
40
40
50
50
60
60
75
75
100
100
125
125
150
150
200
200
250
250
300
300
350
350
400
400
450
450
500
500
600
600
700
800
FRNF50G11S-4UX
5
FRN001G11S-4UX
5
FRN002G11S-4UX
5
FRN003G11S-4UX
10
FRN005G11S-4UX
10
FRN007P11S-4UX
15
FRN007G11S-4UX
FRN010P11S-4UX
20
FRN010G11S-4UX
FRN015P11S-4UX
30
FRN015G11S-4UX
FRN020P11S-4UX
40
FRN020G11S-4UX
FRN025P11S-4UX
40
FRN025G11S-4UX
FRN030P11S-4UX
50
FRN030G11S-4UX
FRN040P11S-4UX
75
FRN040G11S-4UX
FRN050P11S-4UX 100
FRN050G11S-4UX
FRN060P11S-4UX 100
FRN060G11S-4UX
FRN075P11S-4UX 125
FRN075G11S-4UX
FRN100P11S-4UX 175
FRN100G11S-4UX
FRN125P11S-4UX 200
FRN125G11S-4UX
FRN150P11S-4UX 225
FRN150G11S-4UX
FRN200P11S-4UX 300
FRN200G11S-4UX
FRN250P11S-4UX 350
FRN250G11S-4UX
FRN300P11S-4UX 400
FRN300G11S-4UX
FRN350P11S-4UX 500
FRN350G11S-4UX
FRN400P11S-4UX 600
FRN400G11S-4UX
FRN450P11S-4UX 700
FRN450G11S-4UX
FRN500P11S-4UX 800
FRN500G11S-4UX
FRN600P11S-4UX 1,000
FRN600G11S-4UX
FRN700P11S-4UX
FRN800P11S-4UX 1,200
5
5
10
15
15
20
1.2
-
2.5
(2.5)
3.5
6
(6)
50
5.8
10
(10)
75
100
125
150
13.5
175
0.7
-
1.2
13.5
-
27
27
48
-
-
2.5
(2.5)
2.5
Control
2.5
6
(6)
40
60
P1, P (+)
-
1.8
30
Without
DCR
P (+), DB, N (-)
With
DCR
R0, T0
G
L1/R, L2/S, L3/T
(
G)
U, V, W
With Without
DCR DCR
Control
Inverter type
2
Recommended wire size [mm ]
Tightening torque [N*m]
R0, T0
Fuse/MCCB
current rating [A]
L1/R, L2/S, L3/T
U, V, W
P1, P (+), DB, N (-)
Application motor [HP]
Voltage
Table 1-2 Applicable equipment and wire size for main circuit in Europe
16
(10)
25
(16)
35
(25)
50
(25)
25×2
70(35)
95
(50)
50×2
(50)
50×2
150
240
(120)
95×2
300
120×2
(120)
185×2
(185)
240×2
(240)
240×2
(240)
150×3
300×2
185×3
240×3
2.5
4
10
(10)
2.5
4
6
6
10
10
25
25
25
35
35
50
50
25×2
-
25×2
95
95
25×2
95
50×2
-
50×2
70×2
-
70×2
185
240
-
120×2
150×2
-
120×2
185×2
-
185×2
240×2
-
240×2
300×2
-
150×3
300×2
185×3
300×2
240×3
240×3
185×3
16
(16)
25
(16)
35
(25)
50
(25)
25×2
(25)
25×2
(25)
-
-
2.5
2.5
to
6
70×2
240
95×2
4
0.2
to
0.75
6
10
16
25
50
240×3
70
300×3
300×3
Note: The type of wire is 75℃ (167ºF) 600V Grade heat-resistant polyvinyl chloride insulated wires (PVC).
The above-mentioned wire size are the recommended size under the condition of the ambient temperature 50℃
(122ºF) or lower.
Compliance with UL/cUL standards [Applicable to products with UL/cUL mark]
CAUTION
Tightening torque and wire range
Inverter type
Voltage
3-phase
230V
3-phase
460V
G11S/P11S
FRNF25G11S-2UX
FRNF50G11S-2UX
FRN001G11S-2UX
FRN002G11S-2UX
FRN003G11S-2UX
FRN005G11S-2UX
FRN007G11S-2UX
FRN007,010P11S-2UX
FRN010G11S-2UX
FRN015P11S-2UX
FRN015G11S-2UX
FRN020P11S-2UX
FRN020G11S-2UX
FRN025P11S-2UX
FRN025G11S-2UX
FRN030P11S-2UX
FRN030G11S-2UX
FRN040G11S/P11S-2UX
FRN050P11S-2UX
FRN050G11S-2UX
FRN060G11S/P11S-2UX
FRN075G11S/P11S-2UX
FRN100P11S-2UX
FRN100G11S-2UX
FRN125G11S/P11S-2UX
FRN150P11S-2UX
FRNF50G11S-4UX
FRN001G11S-4UX
FRN002G11S-4UX
FRN003G11S-4UX
FRN005G11S-4UX
FRN007G11S-4UX
FRN007,010P11S-4UX
FRN010G11S-4UX
FRN015P11S-4UX
FRN015G11S-4UX
FRN020P11S-4UX
FRN020G11S-4UX
FRN025P11S-4UX
FRN025G11S-4UX
FRN030P11S-4UX
FRN030G11S-4UX
FRN040G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN050G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN060G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN075G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN100P11S-4UX
FRN100G11S-4UX
FRN125G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN150G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN200P11S-4UX
FRN200G11S-4UX
FRN250G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN300P11S-4UX
FRN300G11S-4UX
FRN350G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN400G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN450P11S-4UX
FRN450G11S-4UX
FRN500G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN600G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN700P11S-4UX
FRN800P11S-4UX
Required torque [lb-inch](N.m)
Auxiliary
Main
controlControl
terminal
power
Wire range [AWG] (mm2)
Auxiliary
L1/R,L2/S,L3/T
controlU,V,W
power
10.6(1.2)
16 (1.3)
―
15.9(1.8)
Control
―
14 (2.1)
10 (5.3)
8 (8.4)
31.0(3.5)
6 (13.3)
4 (21.2)
6.2(0.7)
51.3(5.8)
10.6(1.2)
24 (0.2)
3 (26.7)
16(1.3)
2 (33.6)
1 (42.4)
2X2 (33.6X2)
1X2(42.4X2)
119(13.5)
239(27)
2/0X2(67.4X2)
3/0X2(85X2)
4/0X2(107.2X2)
425(48)
250X2(127X2)
350X2(177X2)
10.6(1.2)
―
―
16 (1.3)
15.9(1.8)
14 (2.1)
12 (3.3)
10 (5.3)
31.0(3.5)
8 (8.4)
6 (13.3)
119(13.5)
10.6(1.2)
6.2(0.7)
239(27)
4 (21.2)
2 (33.6)
1(42.4)
3X2 (26.7X2)
2X2 (33.6X2)
2X2 (33.6X2)
4/0(107.2)
1X2(42.4X2)
2/0X2(67.4X2)
3/0X2(85X2)
16(1.3)
4/0X2(107.2X2)
300X2(152X2)
350X2(177X2)
500X2(253X2)
425(48)
300X3(152X3)
400X3(203X3)
500X3(253X3)
600X3(304X3)
Use the following power supply to the inverter
Inverter Model
FRNF25G11S-2UX ~ FRN125G11S-2UX
FRN007P11S-2UX ~ FRN150P11S-2UX
FRNF50G11S-4UX ~ FRN600G11S-4UX
FRN007P11S-4UX ~ FRN800P11S-4UX
Maximum input voltage
AC240V
Input source current
Not more than 100,000A
AC480V
24 (0.2)
Compliance with UL/cUL standards [Applicable to products with UL/cUL mark]
CAUTION
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
[CAUTION] Hazard of electrical shock. Disconnect incoming power before working on this control.
[CAUTION] Dangerous voltage exists until charge lights is off.
[WARNING]
More than one live parts inside the inverter.
Type1 “INDOOR USE ONLY”
The inverter is approved as a part used inside a panel. Install it inside a panel.
Suitable for use on a circuit capable of delivering not more than 100,000rms symmetrical amperes.
Use 60/75C copper wire only.
A Class2 circuit wired with class1 wire.
Field wiring connection must be made by a UL Listed and CSA Certified closed-loop terminal connector
sized for the wire gauge involved. Connector must be fixed using the crimp tool specified by the
connector manufacturer.
Connect the power supply to main power supply terminals via the Molded-case circuit breaker (MCCB) or
a ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) to apply the UL Listing Mark.
(See Instruction Manual basic connection diagram Fig.2-3-1).
In case of using auxiliary control-power input (R0, T0), connect it referring to Basic connection diagram
Fig.2-3-1.
Solid state motor overload protection is provided in each model.
General instructions
Although figures in this manual may show the inverter with covers and safety screens removed for
explanation purposes, do not operate the device until all such covers and screens have been replaced.
Contents
1. Before Using This Product ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・1-1
1-1 Receiving Inspections ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・1-1
1-2 Appearance ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・1-1
1-3 Handling the Product ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・1-2
1-4 Carrying ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・1-3
1-5 Storage ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・1-3
2. Installation and Connection ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・2-1
2-1 Operating Environment ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・2-1
2-2 Installation Method ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・2-1
2-3 Connection ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・2-3
2-3-1 Basic connection ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・2-3
2-3-2 Connecting the main circuit and
ground terminals ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・2-8
2-3-3 Connecting the control terminals ・・・2-13
2-3-4 Terminal arrangement ・・・・・・・・・・・・2-16
2-3-5 Applicable equipment and wire size
for main circuit ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・2-18
3. Operation ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・3-1
3-1 Inspection and Preparation
before Operation・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・3-1
3-2 Operation Method ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・3-1
3-3 Trial Run ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・3-1
4. Keypad Panel ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・4-1
4-1 Appearance of Keypad Panel ・・・・・・・・・4-1
4-2 Keypad Panel Operation System
(LCD screen, Level Structure) ・・・・・・・・4-2
4-2-1 Normal operation ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・4-2
4-2-2 Alarm occurrence ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・4-2
4-3 Operating Keypad Panel ・・・・・・・・・・・・・4-4
4-3-1 Operation Mode ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・4-4
4-3-2 Setting digital frequency ・・・・・・・・・・4-4
4-3-3 Switching the LED monitor ・・・・・・・・4-5
4-3-4 Menu screen ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・4-5
4-3-5 Setting function data ・・・・・・・・・・・・・4-5
4-3-6 Checking function data ・・・・・・・・・・・4-7
4-3-7 Monitoring operating status ・・・・・・・4-7
4-3-8 I/O check ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・4-8
4-3-9 Maintenance information ・・・・・・・・・・4-9
4-3-10 Load rate measurement ・・・・・・・・4-10
4-3-11 Alarm information ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・4-11
4-3-12 Alarm history and factors ・・・・・・・・4-12
4-3-13 Data copy ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・4-13
4-3-14 Alarm mode ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・4-15
5. Function Select ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 5-1
5-1 Function select list ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 5-1
5-2 Function Explanation ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 5-7
6. Protective Operation ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 6-1
6-1 List of Protective Operations ・・・・・・・・・・ 6-1
6-2 Alarm Reset ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 6-2
7. Trouble shooting ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 7-1
7-1 Protective function activation ・・・・・・・・・・ 7-1
7-2 Abnormal motor rotation ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 7-5
8. Maintenance and Inspection ・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 8-1
8-1 Daily Inspection ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 8-1
8-2 Periodical Inspection ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 8-1
8-3 Measurement of Main Circuit
Electrical Quantity ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 8-4
8-4 Insulation Test ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 8-5
8-5 Parts Replacement ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 8-5
8-6 Inquiries about Products and
Product Guarantee ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 8-5
9. Specifications ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 9-1
9-1 Standard Specifications ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 9-1
9-2 Common Specifications ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 9-3
9-3 Outline Dimensions ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 9-4
9-4 RS-485 Modbus RTU Serial
Communications ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 9-8
9-4-1 Transmission Specification ・・・・・・・・ 9-8
9-4-2 Connection ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 9-8
9-4-3 Serial Interface Configuration ・・・・・・ 9-8
9-4-4 Modbus RTU Functions ・・・・・・・・・・・ 9-8
9-4-5 Inverter Function Code Access ・・・・・ 9-9
9-4-6 Command and Monitor
Data Registers ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 9-9
9-4-7 Data Format Specification ・・・・・・・・ 9-11
9-4-8 Communication Errors ・・・・・・・・・・・ 9-15
10. Options ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 10-1
10-1 Built-in Options ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 10-1
10-2 Separately Installed Options ・・・・・・・・ 10-2
11. Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) ・・・・ 11-1
11-1 General ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 11-1
11-2 Recommended Installation
Instructions ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 11-2
11-3 The harmonics restriction
in Europe Union (EU) ・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 11-5
1.
Before Using This Product
1-1 Receiving Inspections
Unpack and check the product as explained below.
If you have any questions about the product, contact
the nearest Fuji sales office or your local distributor
where you purchased the unit.
① Check the ratings nameplate to confirm that the
delivered product is the ordered one.
Ratings nameplate
TYPE : Inverter type
FRN 030 G11S-4 UX
SOURCE
OUTPUT
MASS
SER.No.
Power supply voltage system
:2→ 230V grade、4→460V grade
Series name:G11S or P11S
Nominal applied motor:030→30HP
Product type: FRENIC5000
: Power rating
: Output rating
: Mass (not indicated for products with 30HP or less)
: Serial number
7 5 A 123A0001Z
Production lot serial number
Production month:1 to 9: January to September,
X: October, Y: November, Z: December
Production year: Last digit of year (7 --> 2007)
② Check for damaged and/or missing parts upon delivery.
③ In addition to the inverter unit and this manual, the package contains rubber bushing (for products with
30HP or less) and a terminating resistor (1/2 W, 120Ω). The terminating resistors for products with
30HP or less is packed in a sack. The terminating resistors for products with 40HP or more is
connected to the control terminal of the inverter unit. This terminating resistor is required for RS-485
communication. The terminating resistor need not be removed regardless of RS-485 communication
status.
1-2 Appearance
Mounting screws of surface cover
Mounting screws of
surface cover
(6 screws total)
Keypad panel
Lifting holes
(4 holes total)
Keypad panel
Intermediate cover
Surface cover
Surface cover
Ratings nameplate
Ratings nameplate
30HP or less
40HP or more
1-1
1-3
Handling the Product
(1) Removing the surface cover
For the inverter of 30HP or less, loosen the mounting screws of the surface cover, then remove the
cover by pulling the top (see Figure 1.3.1).
Fig. 1-3-1 Removing the surface cover (for inverter of 30HP or less)
For the inverter of 40HP or more, remove the six mounting screws of the surface cover, then
remove the surface cover.
Fig. 1-3-2 Removing the surface cover (for inverter of 40HP or more)
(2) Removing the keypad panel
After removing the surface cover as explained in (1), loosen the mounting screws of the keypad
panel and remove as shown in Figure 1.3.3.
Fig. 1-3-3 Removing the keypad panel
Loosen the mounting screws of the keypad panel and remove using the finger holds on the
keypad panel case.
Fig. 1-3-4 Removing the keypad panel (for inverter of 40HP or more)
1-2
1-4 Carrying
Carry the product by the main unit.
Do not carry the product while holding the cover or parts other than the main unit.
Use a crane or hoist to carry a product equipped with hanging holes.
1-5 Storage
Temporary storage
Temporary storage of this product must meet those conditions listed in Table 1-5-1.
Table 1-5-1 Storage environment
Item
Ambient
temperature
Storage
temperature
Relative
humidity
Atmosphere
Specifications
-10℃(14ºF) to +50℃(122ºF)
Condensation or freezing must not occur as a result of
sudden temperature changes.
-25℃(-13ºF) to +65℃(149ºF)
5 to 95%Note2
Pollution degree 2
Operation/storage: 86 to 106 kPa
Air pressure
Transport
: 70 to 106 kPa
Note1: The storage temperature applies only to short periods such as transport.
Note2: As a large change in temperature within this humidity range may result in condensation or freezing, do not store
where such temperature changes may occur.
① Do not place this product directly on a floor.
② To store the product in an extreme environment, pack in vinyl sheet, etc.
③ If the product is stored in a high-humidity environment, insert a drying agent (e.g., silica gel) and pack the
product in vinyl sheet.
Long-term storage
If the product is to be stored for an extended period after purchase, the method of storage depends
primarily on storage location.
The general long-term storage method is as follows:
① The above conditions for temporary storage must be satisfied.
When the storage period exceeds three months, the upper limit of ambient temperature must be reduced
to 30℃(86ºF) to prevent the deterioration of the electrolytic capacitors.
② Pack the product thoroughly to eliminate exposure to moisture and include a drying agent to ensure a
relative humidity of about 70% or less.
③ If the product is mounted on a unit or control panel and is left unused and exposed to the elements like
moisture or dust (particularly on a construction site), remove the product and store in a suitable
environment.
④ Electrolytic capacitors not provided with power for an extended period will deteriorate. Do not store
electrolytic capacitors for one year or longer without providing power.
1-3
2. Installation and Connection
2-1
Operating Environment
Install this product in a location that meets those conditions listed in Table 2-1-1
Table 2-1-2 Output current reduction rate
based on altitude
Table 2-1-1 Operating environment
Item
Location
Ambient
temperature
Relative
humidity
Atmosphere
Air pressure
Vibration
Specifications
Indoor
-10℃(14ºF) to +50℃(122ºF)(For products of
30HP or less, the ventilating covers must be
removed if ambient temperature exceeds
+40℃(104ºF))
5 to 95% (No condensation)
Pollution degree 2
86 to 106 kPa
2
3mm:from 2 to less than 9 Hz, 1m/s :from 9 to
less than 20 Hz, 1m/s2:from 20 to less than 55
2
Hz, 1m/s :from 55 to less than 200 Hz
Altitude
3300ft (1000m) or lower
3300-4950ft (1000 to 1500m)
4950-6600ft (1500 to 2000m)
6600-8250ft (2000 to 2500m)
8250-9900ft (2500 to 3000m)
Output current
reduction rate
1.00
0.97
0.95
0.91
0.88
3.9inch(100mm)
Right
2-2
30HP or less:
Gap X can be 0.
(side-by-side
installation)
40HP or more:
Gap X >= 2inch (50mm)
Installation Method
① Securely fasten the product in an upright position on a
solid structure such that FRENIC5000G11S is facing
the front.
3.9inch(100mm)
Do not turn the product upside down or install in a
horizontal position.
Fig.2-2-1
② As heat is generated during inverter operation, the spaces shown in Fig. 2-2-1 are required to ensure
sufficient cooling. As heat radiates upward, do not install the product beneath a device sensitive to heat.
③ As the heat sink may reach a temperature of 90℃(194ºF) during inverter operation, ensure that the
material surrounding the product can withstand this temperature.
!
WARNING
Install this product on nonflammable material such as metal.
④ When installing this product in a control panel, consider
ventilation to prevent ambient temperature of the inverter
from exceeding the specified value. Do not install the
product in an area from which heat cannot be sufficiently
released.
⑤ If two or more inverters must be installed in the same device
or control panel, arrange the units horizontally to minimize
the effect of heat. If two or more inverters must be installed
vertically, place an insulated plate between the inverters to
minimize the effect of heat.
⑥ When shipped from the factory, inverters are internal cooling
type inside panel. An inverter of 30HP or less can be
converted to an external cooling type simply by adding an
optional mounting adapter. An inverter of 40HP or more
can be converted simply by moving mounting adapter.
Fig.2-2-2
In an external cooling system, a heat sink radiating about 70% of total inverter heat (total loss) can be
placed outside the device or control panel.
Ensure that heat sink surfaces are kept free of foreign matter (lint, Fig. 2-2-2 External cooling system moist
dust particles etc.).
!
WARNING
・In case of external cooling system, cover the inverter rear side in order not to
touch the main capacitor and braking resistor. Electric shock may result.
・Ensure that the inverter and heat sink surfaces are kept free of foreign matter
such as lint, paper dust, small chips of wood or metal, and dust.
Fire or accident may result.
2-1
An inverter of 40HP or more can be converted to an external cooling type simply by moving upper and
lower mounting brackets as shown in Fig. 2-2-3. Remove the M6 bracket screws, move the brackets,
then secure the brackets using the M5 case mounting screws. (The bracket screws are no longer
required after changing the bracket mounting position.)
Quantity of mounting screw
Voltage
series
230V
460V
Inverter type
FRN040G11S-2UX to FRN100G11S-2UX
FRN040P11S-2UX to FRN125P11S-2UX
FRN125G11S-2UX
FRN125P11S-2UX
FRN040G11S-4UX to FRN250G11S-4UX
FRN040P11S-4UX to FRN300P11S-4UX
FRN300G11S-4UX to FRN350G11S-4UX
FRN350P11S-4UX to FRN400P11S-4UX
Bracket screws
Case mounting
screws
5
5
6
6
5
5
6
6
Fig. 2-2-3
⑦ For inverters of 30HP or less, remove the ventilating covers if ambient temperature exceeds +40℃(104ºF)
(1) Removing the ventilating covers
One ventilating cover is mounted on top of the inverter and two or three are mounted at the bottom.
Remove the surface cover, then remove ventilating covers by popping out the cover inserts as shown in
Fig.2-2-4.
Fig. 2-2-4 Removing the ventilating cover
2-2
2-3
Connection
Remove the surface cover before connecting the terminal blocks as follows.
2-3-1 Basic connection
①Always connect power to the L1/R, L2/S, and L3/T main circuit power terminals of the inverter.
Connecting power to another terminal will damage the inverter. Check that the power voltage is
within the maximum allowable voltage marked on the nameplate, etc.
②Always ground the ground terminal to prevent disasters such as fire or electric shock and to
minimize noise.
③Use a reliable crimp terminal for connection between a terminal and a cable.
④After terminating the connection(wiring), confirm the following:
a. Confirm that the connection is correct.
b. Confirm that all necessary connections have been made.
c. Confirm that there is no short-circuit or ground fault between terminals and cables.
⑤Connection modification after power-on
The smoothing capacitor in the direct current portion of the main circuit cannot be discharged
immediately after the power is turned off. To ensure safety, use a multimeter to check that the
voltage of the direct current (DC) is lowered to the safety range (25V DC or less)after the charge
lamp goes off. Also, confirm that the voltage is zero before short-circuiting. The residual voltage
(electric charge) may causesparks.
!
WARNING
• Always connect a ground wire.
Electric shock or fire may result.
• Ensure that a licensed specialist performs all wiring works.
• Confirm that the power is turned off (open) before commencing wiring
operations.
Electrical shock may result.
2-3
Basic Connection Diagram (Sink Logic)
G11S:15HP and above
P11S:20HP and above
G11S:Up to 10HP
P11S:Up to 15HP
DB)
(CM)
(THR)
Ground-fault
circuit interrupter
(GFCI)
RS-485
Fig.2-3-1
Note: The control circuit common terminals [11], (CM) and <CMY> are isolated
(*1) Use a drive with rated voltage matching the power supply voltage.
(*2) Use as required.
(*3) Use this peripheral device when necessary.
(*4) Remove the jumper wire (*4) between P1 and P(+) before connecting a DC REACTOR.
(*5) Be sure to use the braking unit (option)(*6) when connecting the external braking resistor (option)(*5)
(*6) Connect the braking unit to P(+) ans N(-). The auxiliary terminals [1] and [2] have polarity.
Connect them as shown in the figure above.
(*7) The drive can be operated without connecting the auxiliary control power supply.
(*8) Terminal (X1) to (X9) can be set to 9 (THR) - Braking unit thermal trip input.
(*9) If usingV2 or C1, as a reference signal, they must be used exclusively.
(*10) It is possible to input voltage signals (0 to +10 VDC or 0 to +5 VDC) to terminals [12] [11] instead of the potentiometer.
2-4
Basic Connection Diagram to PLC (Sink Logic)
G11S:15HP and above
P11S:20HP and above
Ground-fault
circuit interrupter
(GFCI)
RS-485
Fig.2-3-2
2-5
G11S:Up to 10HP
P11S:Up to 15HP
Basic Connection Diagram (Source Logic, Typically used in Europe)
G11S:15HP and above
P11S:20HP and above
G11S:Up to 10HP
P11S:Up to 15HP
Ground-fault
circuit interrupter
(GFCI)
RS-485
Fig.2-3-3
Note: The control circuit common terminals [11], (CM) and <CMY> are isolated
(*1) Use a drive with rated voltage matching the power supply voltage.
(*2) Use as required.
(*3) Use this peripheral device when necessary.
(*4) Remove the jumper wire (*4) between P1 and P(+) before connecting a DC REACTOR.
(*5) Be sure to use the braking unit (option)(*6) when connecting the external braking resistor (option)(*5)
(*6) Connect the braking unit to P(+) ans N(-). The auxiliary terminals [1] and [2] have polarity.
Connect them as shown in the figure above.
(*7) The drive can be operated without connecting the auxiliary control power supply.
(*8) Terminal (X1) to (X9) can be set to 9 (THR) - Braking unit thermal trip input.
(*9) If usingV2 or C1, as a reference signal, they must be used exclusively.
(*10) It is possible to input voltage signals (0 to +10 VDC or 0 to +5 VDC) to terminals [12] [11] instead of the potentiometer
2-6
Basic Connection Diagram to PLC (Source logic, Typically used in Europe)
G11S:15HP and above
P11S:20HP and above
G11S:Up to 10HP
P11S:Up to 15HP
(THR)
(P24)
Ground-fault
circuit interrupter
(GFCI)
RS-485
Fig.2-3-4
2-7
2-3-2
Connecting the main circuit and ground terminals
Table 2-3-1 Functions of main circuit terminals and ground terminals
Symbol
Terminal name
Description
L1/R, L2/S, L3/T
Main circuit power terminal Connects a 3-phase power supply.
U, V, W
Inverter output terminal
Connects a 3-phase motor.
Connects a backup AC power supply to the
Auxiliary control-power
control circuit. (Not supported for inverter of 1HP
R0, T0
input terminal
or less)
DC reactor connecting
Connects the optional power-factor correcting DC
P1, P (+)
terminal
reactor.
External braking resistor
Connects the optional external braking resistor.
P (+), DB
connecting terminal
(For inverter of 10HP or less)
Supplies DC link circuit voltage to the external
P (+), N (-)
DC link circuit terminal
braking unit (option) or power regeneration unit
(option).
G
Inverter ground terminal
Grounds the inverter chassis (case) to the earth.
(1)
Main circuit power terminals (L1/R, L2/S, L3/T)
① Connect these terminals to the power supply via a molded-case circuit breaker or a ground-fault circuit
interrupter for circuit (wiring) protection. Phase-sequence matching is unnecessary.
② To ensure safety, a magnetic contactor should be connected to disconnect the inverter from the power
supply when the inverter protective function activates.
③ Use control circuit terminal FWD/REV or the RUN/STOP key on the keypad panel to start or stop the
inverter. The main circuit power should be used to start or stop the inverter only if absolutely necessary
and then should not be used more than once every hour.
④ If you need to connect these terminals to a single-phase power supply, please contact the factory.
(2)
Inverter output terminals (U, V, W)
① Connect these terminals to a 3-phase motor in the correct phase sequence. If the direction of motor
rotation is incorrect, exchange any two of the U, V, and W phases.
② Do not connect a power factor correction capacitor or surge absorber to the inverter output.
③ If the cable from the inverter to the motor is very long, a high-frequency current may be generated by stray
capacitance between the cables and result in an overcurrent trip of the inverter, an increase in leakage
current, or a reduction in current indication precision.
When a motor is driven by a PWM-type drive, the motor terminals may be subject to surge voltage generated
by drive element switching. If the motor cable (with 460V series motors, in particular) is particularly long,
surge voltage will deteriorate motor insulation. To prevent this, use the following guidelines:
Inverters 7.5 HP and larger
Motor Insulation Level
460 VAC Input Voltage
230 VAC Input Voltage
1000V
66 ft (20 m)
1312 ft (400 m) *
1300V
328 ft (100 m)
1312 ft (400 m) *
1600V
1312 ft (400 m) *
1312 ft (400 m) *
Inverters 5 HP and smaller
Motor Insulation Level
1000V
1300V
1600V
460 VAC Input Voltage
66 ft (20 m)
165 ft (50 m) *
165 ft (50 m) *
230 VAC Input Voltage
328 ft (100 m) *
328 ft (100 m) *
328 ft (100 m) *
* For this case the cable length is determined by secondary effects and not voltage spiking.
Note: When a motor protective thermal O/L relay is inserted between the inverter and the motor, the thermal
O/L relay may malfunction (particularly in the 460V series), even when the cable length is 165 feet (50m) or
less. To correct, insert a filter or reduce the carrier frequency. (Use function code “F26 Motor sound”.)
2-8
(3) Auxiliary control-power input terminals (R0 and T0)
The inverter operates even if power is not
Inverter
provided to these terminals.
Magnetic
Noise filter
If a protective circuit operates and the
Power supply
RCD
contactor
magnetic contactor on the inverter power
side is opened (off), the inverter control circuit
power, the alarm output (30A, B, and C), and
the keypad panel display goes off. To prevent
this, the same AC power as the main circuit
AC power must be supplied (as auxiliary
Insulation Transformer
control power) to the auxiliary control-power
Inverter
input terminals (R0 and T0).
DC/DC
control power
① To ensure effective noise reduction when
using a radio noise filter, the output power
from the filter must go to the auxiliary
Fig. 2-3-5 Connecting the auxiliary control-power input terminals
control-power input terminals.
If these terminals are connected to the input side of the filter, the noise reduction effect deteriorates.
② When the RCD (Residual-current Protective Device) is installed (G11S:30HP or less), the terminal R0 and
T0 should be connected to the OUTPUT side of the RCD. If they are connected to the input side of the
RCD, RCD will be malfunction because the power supply of the inverter is three phase and the terminal R0
and T0 is single phase.
When the terminal R0 and T0 are connected to the INPUT side of the
RCD, the insulation transformer is required to install as shown on the
Fig. 2-3-5.
P1
P(+)
L1/R
+
L2/S
L3/T
R0
T0
+
(4) DC reactor connecting terminals (P1 and P (+))
① Before connecting a power-factor correcting DC reactor (optional) to
these terminals, remove the factory-installed jumper.
② If a DC reactor is not used, do not remove the jumper.
Note:For inverter of 100HP or more, the DC reactor is provided as a
separate standard component and should always be connected to the
terminals.
Fig. 2-3-6
(5) External braking-resistor connecting terminals (P (+) and DB) (G11S:10HP or less)
For the G11S of 10HP or less, a built-in braking resistor is connected to terminals P (+) and DB.
If this braking resistor does not provide sufficient thermal capacity (e.g., in highly repetitive operation or heavy
inertia load operation), an external braking resistor (option) must be mounted to improve braking performance.
DC reactor
① Remove the built-in braking resistor from terminals P(+)
External braking resistor (DB)
(DCR)
and DB. Insulate the resistor-removed terminals with
adhesive insulation tape, etc.
2
(THR)
② Connect terminals P(+) and DB of the external braking
P
DB
(P24)
1
resistor to terminals P(+) and DB of the inverter.
③ The wiring (cables twisted or otherwise) should not
[x
x]
P1
P(+)
DB
N(-)
exceed 16ft (5m).
(6) DC link circuit terminals (P (+) and N (-))
DBR
The G11S inverter of 15HP or more does not contain a
Fig. 2-3-7 Connection (G11S:10HP or less)
drive circuit for the braking resistor. To improve braking
performance, an external braking unit (option) and an external braking resistor (option) must be installed.
① Connect terminals P(+) and N(-) of the braking unit
External braking resistor (DB)
to terminals P(+) and N(-) of the inverter. The
2
wiring (cables twisted or otherwise) should not
(THR)
exceed 16ft(5m).
1
DB
P
② Connect terminals P(+) and DB of the braking
DC reactor
(DCR)
resistor to terminals P(+) and DB of the braking
P
DB
2
unit.
The wiring (cables twisted or otherwise) should not
P
(P24)
N
1
exceed 33ft (10m). When terminals P (+) and N (-)
Braking unit (BU)
of the inverter are not used, leave terminals open.
P1
P(+)
N(-)
If P (+) is connected to N (-) or the braking resistor
is connected directly, the resistor will break.
③ Auxiliary contacts 1 and 2 of the braking unit have
polarity. To connect the power regeneration unit,
Fig. 2-3-8 Connection (G11S:15HP or more)
refer to the "Power Regeneration Unit Instruction
Manual".
2-9
(7) Inverter ground terminal
To ensure safety and noise reduction, always ground the inverter ground terminal. Also, metal frames of
electrical equipment must be grounded as specified in the Electric Facility Technical Standard.
The connection procedure is as follows:
① Ground metal frames to a ground terminal (Ground resistance:10Ω or less).
② Use a suitable cable (short and thick) to connect the inverter system to the ground terminal.
(8) Auxiliary power switching connector (CN UX) (for inverter of 40HP or more)
When an inverter of 40HP or more requires a main circuit power voltage as listed in Table 2-3-2, disconnect
auxiliary power switching connector CN UX from U1 and connect to U2. For the switching method, see Fig.
2-3-11.
Table 2-3-2 Main circuit power voltage requiring auxiliary power switching connector switching
!
Frequency [Hz]
Power voltage range [VAC]
50
380-398
60
380-430
CAUTION
• Check that the number of phases and rated voltage of this product match
those of the AC power supply.
• Do not connect the AC power supply to the output terminals (U, V, W).
Injury may result.
• Do not connect a braking resistor directly to the DC terminals (P[+] and N[-]).
Fire may result.
(9) Fan power switching connector (CN RXTX) (for inverter of 40HP or more)
G11S without options supports DC power input via DC common connection by connecting the power
regeneration converter (RHC series) as shown in Fig. 2-3-10.
For details, refer to technical documentation.
The inverter of 40HP or more contains an AC-powered component (e.g., AC cooling fan).
To use the inverter using DC power input, switch the fan power switching connector (CN RTXT) inside the
inverter to the R0-T0 side and provide AC power to the R0 and T0 terminals. (See Fig. 2-3-9.)
For the switching method, see Fig. 2-3-11.
Note:
In the standard state, the fan power switching connector (CN RXTX) is connected to the L1/R-L3/T side.
When DC power input is not used, do not switch this connector.
The same AC voltage as the main circuit power voltage must be supplied to the auxiliary control-power input terminals
(R0 and T0). If not supplied, the fan does not rotate and the inverter will overheat (0H1).
2-10
Jumper
(not(not
supplied
100HP
or more)
Jumper
suppliedfor
forinverter
inverter of
of 75kW
or more)
30kW
or more
more
40HP or
MCCB
Noise filter
Inverter
P(+)
P1
N(-)
Magnetic
contactor
F
L1/R
U
+
M
C
L2/S
V
W
L3/T
Power supply
CN RX TX
Fan
CN RX TX
R0
T0
R0
T0
When switched to DC power input mode
Fig. 2-3-9 Fan power switching
PWM converter
40HP or more
30kW
more
Power supply
P(+)
R
+ C
S
T
N(-)
Inverter
N(-)
P(+)
P1
F
L1/R
+
U
C
L2/S
V
W
L3/T
CN RX TX
M
Fan
Switch CNRXTX to the R0-T0 side.
R0
T0
Fig. 2-3-10A Example of connection by combination with power regeneration converter(40HP or more)
Note:
To connect the power regeneration converter to an inverter of 30HP or less, do not connect the power supply directly to the auxiliary control-power input
terminals (R0 and T0) of the inverter. However, if such a connection is required, insulate these input terminals from the main power of the power
regeneration converter with an insulation transformer. The connection example of a power regeneration unit is provided in the "Power Regeneration
Unit Instruction Manual".
Noise filter
MCCB or RCD
RHC series
Magnetic
contactor
L1/R
FRN-G11S
L1/R
U
Power supply
V
L2/S
W
L3/T
M
L3/T
R1
S1
T1
R0
T0
Insulation Transformer
Fig. 2-3-10B Example of connection by combination with power regeneration converter (30HP or less)
2-11
The switching connectors are mounted on the power PCB
above the control PCB as shown on the right.
Note:
To remove a connector, unlock the connector (using the
locking mechanism) and pull. To mount a connector, push
the connector until it click locks.
FRN040G11S-4UX to FRN150G11S-4UX
FRN200G11S-4UX to FRN350G11S-4UX
<Enlarged view of part A>
When shipped from the factory, CN UX is connected to the U1 side
and CN RXTX is connected to the L1/R-L3/T side.
<Oblique view of part A>
Factory shipment status Connector removal After connector switching.
CNUX
: U1
CNRXTX : L1/R-L3/T
In this figure the power voltage is 380 to 398V AC, 50Hz (or 380 to
430V AC, 60Hz) and the inverter is used in DC power input mode.
Fig. 2-3-11 Power switching connectors (only for 40HP or more)
2-12
2-3-3
Connecting the control terminals
Table 2-3-3 lists the functions of the control circuit terminals. A control circuit terminal should be connected
according to the setting of its functions.
Table 2-3-3
Classification
Terminal
symbol
13
Terminal name
12
Potentiometer power
supply
Voltage input
V2
Voltage input
C1
Current input
11
FWD
X1
X2
X3
X4
X5
X6
X7
X8
X9
Analog input common
Forward operation/stop
command
Reverse operation/stop
command
Digital input 1
Digital input 2
Digital input 3
Digital input 4
Digital input 5
Digital input 6
Digital input 7
Digital input 8
Digital input 9
CM
P24
PLC
Common terminal
Control Unit power Supply
PLC signal power
FMA
(11:
Common
terminal)
Analog monitor
Analog input
REV
Digital input
Analog output
Function
Used for +10V DC power supply for frequency setting POT (variable
resistor of 1 to 5kΩ)
① Frequency is set according to the analog input voltage supplied from
an external circuit.
- 0 to +10V DC/0 to 100%
- Reversible operation using positive and negative signals:0 to +/10V DC/0 to 100%
- Reverse operation: +10 to 0V DC/0 to 100%
② The feedback signal for PID control is input.
③ The analog input value from the external circuit is used for torque
control. (P11S does not support this function.)
* Input resistance: 22kΩ
Frequency is set according to the analog input voltage supplied from an
external circuit
- 0 to +10V DC/0 to 100%
- Reverse operation:+10 to 0V DC/0 to 100%
* It can be used only one terminal "V2" or "C1" alternatively
* Input resistance:22kΩ
① Frequency is set according to the analog input current supplied from
an external circuit.
- 4 to 20mA DC/0 to 100%
- Reverse operation:20 to 4mA DC/0 to 100%
② The feedback signal for PID control is input.
③ PTC thermistor input
* It can be used only one terminal "V2" or "C1" alternatively.
* Input resistance:250Ω
Common terminal for analog input signals
Used for forward operation (when FWD-CM is on) or deceleration and
stop (when FWD-CM is off)
Used for reverse operation (when REV-CM is on) or deceleration and
stop (when REV-CM is off)
The coast-to-stop command, external alarm, alarm reset, multistep
frequency selection, and other functions (from an external circuit) can be
assigned to terminals X1 to X9. For details, see "Setting the Terminal
Functions E01 to E09" in Section 5.2, "Details of Each Function."
<Specifications of digital input circuit>
*
Item
min.
typ.
max.
Operating voltage ON level
2V
2V
OFF level
22V
24V
27V
Operating current at ON level
3.2mA 4.5mA
Allowable leakage current at OFF level
0.5mA
Common terminal for Digital input and FMP terminals
+24VDC power supply for control input. Maximum output current 100mA
Used to connect power supply for PLC output signals (rated voltage
24(22 to 27) V DC) at source logic operation.
Outputs monitor signal using analog DC voltage 0 to +10V DC.
The meaning of this signal is one of the following:
-Output frequency (before slip compensation) -Power consumption
-Output frequency (after slip compensation) -PID feedback value
-Output current -PG feedback value
-Output voltage -DC link circuit voltage
-Output torque -Universal AO
-Load factor
*Connectable impedance:5kΩ minimum
2-13
Pulse output
FMP
(CM:
Common
terminal)
Frequency monitor
(pulse waveform output)
Y1
Transistor output1
Y2
Y3
Y4
Transistor output2
Transistor output3
Transistor output4
CME
30A,30B,
30C
Communication
A running signal, frequency equivalence signal, overload early warning
signal, and other signals from the inverter are output (as transistor
output) to arbitrary ports, For details, see "Setting the Terminal
Functions E20 to E23" in Section 5.2, "Details of Each Function."
<Specifications of transistor output circuit>
*
Item
Operating
ON level
voltage
OFF level
Maximum load current at ON level
Leakage current at OFF level
Transistor
output
Relay output
Outputs a monitor signal using the pulse waveform.
This signal has the same function as the FMA signal.
Transistor output
common
Alarm output for any fault
Y5A,Y5C
Multipurpose-signal relay
output
DX+, DX-
RS-485 communication
input-output
Communication-cable
shield connection terminal
SD
min.
-
typ.
2V
24V
-
max.
3V
27V
50mA
0.1mA
Common terminal for transistor output signals
This terminal is insulated from terminals [CM] and [11].
If the inverter is stopped by an alarm (protective function), the alarm
signal is output from the relay contact output terminal (1SPDT).
Contact rating: 48V DC, 0.5A
An excitation mode (excitation at alarm occurrence or at normal
operation) can be selected.
These signals can be output similar to the Y1 to Y4 signals above.
The contact rating for any fault is the same as that of the alarm output
above.
An excitation mode (excitation at alarm occurrence or at normal
operation) can be selected.
Input-output signal terminals for RS-485 communication. UP to 31
inverters can be connected using the daisy chain method.
Terminal for connecting the shield of a cable. The terminal is
electrically floating.
(1)Analog input terminals (13,12,V2,C1,and 11)
①These terminals receive weak analog signals that may be
affected by external noise. The cables must be as short as
possible (66ft (20m) or less), must be shielded, and must
be grounded in principle. If the cables are affected by
external induction noise, the shielding effect may be
improved by connecting the shield to terminal [11].
② If contacts must be connected to these circuits, twin
(bifurcated type) contacts for handling weak signals must
be used. A contact must not be connected to terminal
[11].
0k to 5 kΩ
Fig. 2-3-12
③If an external analog signal output device is connected to
these terminals, it may malfunction as a result of inverter
noise. To prevent malfunction, connect a ferrite core or
capacitor to the external analog signal output device.
Fig. 2-3-13 Example of noise prevention
2-14
(2) Digital input terminals (FWD, REV, X1 to X9 and CM)
① Digital input terminals (e.g., FWD, REV, X1 to X9)
are generally turned on or off by connecting or
disconnecting the line to or from the CM terminal. If
Digital input terminals are turned on or off by
switching the open collector output of PLC using an
external power supply, a resulting bypass circuit may
cause the inverter to malfunction.
To prevent a malfunction, connect the PLC terminal
as shown in Fig. 2-3-14.
② When using a contact input, a relay having highly
reliable contact must be used.
Example: Fuji Electric Control Relay:HH54PW
Programmable
Logic controller
Fig. 2-3-14
Connection for External power supply
(3) Transistor output terminals (Y1 to Y4, CME)
① To connect a control relay, connect a surge absorbing diode to both ends of its exciting coil.
(4) Others
① To prevent a malfunction as a result of noise, control terminal cables must be placed as far as possible
from the main circuit cables.
② The control cables inside the inverter must be secured to prevent direct contact with live section (e.g.,
main-circuit terminal block) of the main circuit.
!
WARNING
!
CAUTION
Control lines generally do not have enhanced insulation. If the insulation of a
control line is damaged, the control signals may be exposed to high voltage in the
main circuit. The Low Voltage Directive in Europe also restricts the exposure to
high voltage.
Electric shock may result
The inverter, motor, and cables generate noise.
Check that the ambient sensors and devices do not malfunction.
Accident may result.
(5) Wiring of control circuit (inverter of 40HP or more)
① Pull out the control circuit wiring along the left panel as shown in Fig. 2-3-15.
② Secure the cable to cable binding hole A (on the left wall of the main circuit terminal block) using a cable-tie
(e.g., insulock). The cable-tie must not exceed 0.14inch (3.5mm) in width and 0.06inch (1.5mm) in
thickness.
③ When the optional PC board is mounted, the signal lines must be secured to cable binding hole B.
Fig. 2-3-16 The securing positions of the
control-circuit line of inverter
(40HP or more)
Fig. 2-3-15 The wiring route of the control circuit
2-15
2-3-4 Terminal arrangement
(1) Main circuit terminals
FRNF25 to 001G11S-2UX
FRNF50 to 001G11S-4UX
FRN100G11S-2UX /FRN125P11S-2UX
Screw size M3.5
R0
L1/R L2/S L3/T DB
P1 P(+) N(-)
G
G
U
V
W
L1/R L2/S L3/T P1 P(+) N(-)
G
Screw size M3.5
FRN002 to 005G11S-2UX
FRN002 to 005G11S-4UX
L1/R L2/S L3/T DB
R0 T0
U
V
W
G
G
L1/R
G
L2/S
L3/T
FRN007 to 010G11S-2UX /FRN007 to 015P11S-2UX
FRN007 to 010G11S-4UX /FRN007 to 015P11S-4UX
P1 P(+) N(-)
V
L1/R
L1/R
G
Screw size M4
L2/S
L3/T
L2/S
G
G
P1 P(+) N(-)
G
V
W
R0
G
L1/R L2/S L3/T
Screw size M8
FRN050 to 075G11S-2UX /FRN060 to 100P11S-2UX
FRN100 to 150G11S-4UX /FRN125 to 200P11S-4UX
Screw size M4
R0 T0
U
V W
G
G
P1 P(+)
V
P(+)
P(+)
N(-)
N(-)
W
W
P1 P(+) N(-)
P1
P(+) N(-)
V
U
U
G
V
W
W
G
Screw size R0, T0 = M4 G = M10
Other terminals = M12
N(-)
G
L1/R L2/S L3/T
U
V
T0
L1/R L2/S L3/T
FRN040G11S-2UX /FRN040 to 050P11S-2UX
FRN040 to 075G11S-4UX /FRN040 to 100P11S-4UX
Screw size M4
R0 T0
U
V W
P1 P(+)
U
FRN500, 600 G11S-4UX/FRN700, 800 P11S-4UX
Screw size M6
L1/R L2/S L3/T
N(-)
Screw size G = M10
Other terminals = M12
Screw size M3.5
U
P1
P1
L3/T
FRN015 to 030G11S-2UX /FRN020 to 030P11S-2UX
FRN015 to 030G11S-4UX /FRN020 to 030P11S-4UX
L1/R L2/S L3/T DB
W
P(+)
T0
G
Screw size M5
R0 T0
V
Screw size G : M10
other terminals : M12
G
R0
W
G
W
FRN400, 450 G11S-4UX/FRN500, 600 P11S-4UX
Screw size M3.5
U
U
P1
G
L1/R L2/S L3/T DB
V
Screw size G: M10
other terminals : M12
Screw size M4
R0 T0
U
FRN125G11S-2UX /FRN150P11S-2UX
FRN200 to 350G11S-4UX /FRN250 to 450P11S-4UX
Screw size M4
R0 T0
Screw size M3.5
P1 P(+) N(-)
Screw size M4
T0
N(-)
Screw size G : M8
other terminals : M10
2-16
(2) Control circuit terminals
30C
30B
Y5C
Y4
Y2
11
12
13
V2
CM
CM
FWD
REV
P24
P24
DX −
DX +
SD
30A
Y5A
CMY
Y3
Y1
C1
FMA
FMP
PLC
X1
X2
X3
X4
X5
X6
X7
X8
X9
2-17
2-3-5 Applicable equipment and wire size for main circuit
Voltage
Inverter type
G11S/P11S
FRNF25G11S-2UX
FRNF50G11S-2UX
FRN001G11S-2UX
FRN002G11S-2UX
FRN003G11S-2UX
FRN005G11S-2UX
FRN007G11S-2UX
FRN007,010P11S-2UX
FRN010G11S-2UX
FRN015P11S-2UX
FRN015G11S-2UX
FRN020P11S-2UX
3-phase FRN020G11S-2UX
FRN025P11S-2UX
230V
FRN025G11S-2UX
FRN030P11S-2UX
FRN030G11S-2UX
FRN040G11S/P11S-2UX
FRN050P11S-2UX
FRN050G11S-2UX
FRN060G11S/P11S-2UX
FRN075G11S/P11S-2UX
FRN100P11S-2UX
FRN100G11S-2UX
FRN125G11S/P11S-2UX
FRN150P11S-2UX
FRNF50G11S-4UX
FRN001G11S-4UX
FRN002G11S-4UX
FRN003G11S-4UX
FRN005G11S-4UX
FRN007G11S-4UX
FRN007, 010P11S-4UX
FRN010G11S-4UX
FRN015P11S-4UX
FRN015G11S-4UX
FRN020P11S-4UX
FRN020G11S-4UX
FRN025P11S-4UX
FRN025G11S-4UX
FRN030P11S-4UX
FRN030G11S-4UX
FRN040G11S/P11S-4UX
3-phase FRN050G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN060G11S/P11S-4UX
460V
FRN075G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN100P11S-4UX
FRN100G11S-4UX
FRN125G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN150G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN200P11S-4UX
FRN200G11S-4UX
FRN250G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN300P11S-4UX
FRN300G11S-4UX
FRN350G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN400G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN450P11S-4UX
FRN450G11S-4UX
FRN500G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN600G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN700P11S-4UX
FRN800P11S-4UX
MCCB or
2
RCD/GFCI
Wire range [AWG] (mm )
Required torque [lb-inch](N.m)
Rated current(A)
W/
W/o
Main
Auxiliary
Auxiliary
Control L1/R,L2/S,L3/T
Control
DCR DCR terminal control-power
U,V,W
control-power
5
5
10.6(1.2)
5
5
5
10
10
15
10
20 15.9(1.8)
20
30
30
50
30,40 50,75
31.0(3.5)
40
75
50
100
50
100
75
125
75
125
100
150 51.3(5.8)
100
150
100
175
100
175
150
200
119(13.5)
175
250
200
250
300
350
350
-
-
16 (1.3)
-
14 (2.1)
10 (5.3)
8 (8.4)
6 (13.3)
4 (21.2)
6.2(0.7)
10.6(1.2)
3 (26.7)
2 (33.6)
24 (0.2)
16(1.3)
1 (42.4)
2X2 (33.6X2)
1X2(42.4X2)
2/0X2(67.4X2)
3/0X2(85X2)
239(27)
4/0X2(107.2X2)
425(48)
400
500
5
5
10.6(1.2)
5
5
5
10
5
15 15.9(1.8)
10
20
15
30
15,20 30,40
31.0(3.5)
20
40
30
50
30
50
40
60
40
60
40
75 51.3(5.8)
40
75
50
100
50
100
75
125
100
125
100
150 119(13.5)
125
200
250X2(127X2)
350X2(177X2)
-
16 (1.3)
14 (2.1)
12 (3.3)
10 (5.3)
8 (8.4)
6 (13.3)
10.6(1.2)
4 (21.2)
2 (33.6)
1(42.4)
6.2(0.7) 3X2 (26.7X2)
2X2 (33.6X2)
2X2 (33.6X2)
4/0(107.2)
1X2(42.4X2)
2/0X2(67.4X2)
175
-
200
250
-
300
-
3/0X2(85X2)
350
-
4/0X2(107.2X2)
500
-
300X2(152X2)
500
600
700
700
800
1,000
1,000
1,200
-
350X2(177X2)
239(27)
16(1.3)
24 (0.2)
500X2(253X2)
425(48)
300X3(152X3)
400X3(203X3)
500X3(253X3)
600X3(304X3)
Note:The type of wire is 70℃(149ºF) 600V Grade heat-resistant polyvinyl chloride insulated wires (PVC).
The above-mentioned wire size are the recommended size under the condition of the ambient temperature 50℃(122ºF)
or lower.
2-18
CAUTION on Magnetic contactor selection (without DCR)
[without DCR]
The magnetic contactor should be selected from "Magnetic contactor models" shown in table 2-3-4 to
prevent the welding the magnetic contactor when using the auxiliary power input (R0, T0) and the time
between the magnetic contactor of the main circuit (L1/R, L2/S, L3/T) is OFF and re-turning on is "T off
main circuit re-turning on time" or the less shown in table 2-3-4.
[with DCR or other conditions]
When the inverter which is NOT described in the table 2-3-4 or using with DCR (power-factor
correcting DC reactor), the magnetic contactor is selected from "2-3-5 Applicable equipment and wire
size for main circuit" in chapter 2.
Table 2-3-4 Re-turning on time and recommended magnetic contactor models
*1 T off
*2
Re-turning on time [s] Magnetic contactor
Voltage
G11S
P11S
models
(the time from power OFF to
(without DCR)
re-turning on)
FRN002G11S-2UX
54
SC-N1
FRN003G11S-2UX
76
3-Phase
FRN005G11S-2UX
108
SC-N2
230V series FRN007G11S-2UX FRN007P11S-2UX
77
SC-N2S
FRN010G11S-2UX FRN010P11S-2UX
112
FRN015G11S-2UX FRN015P11S-2UX
77
SC-N3
FRN002G11S-4UX
27
SC-5-1
FRN003G11S-4UX
38
SC-N1
FRN005G11S-4UX
54
FRN007G11S-4UX FRN007P11S-4UX
43
SC-N2
3-Phase
FRN010G11S-4UX FRN010P11S-4UX
57
460V series
FRN015G11S-4UX FRN015P11S-4UX
77
SC-N2S
FRN020G11S-4UX FRN020P11S-4UX
112
FRN025G11S-4UX FRN025P11S-4UX
134
FRN030G11S-4UX FRN030P11S-4UX
154
SC-N3
*2
Magnetic
contactor
without DCR
L1/R
Power supply
P1
P(+)
L2/S
L3/T
R0
T0
Inverter
Auxiliary power input
Magnetic contactor
supplied
ON
OFF
*1 T off
2-19
ON
3.
Operation
3-1 Inspection and Preparation before Operation
Check the following before operation:
① Check that the connection is correct.
In particular, check that the power supply is not
connected to any of the U, V, and W output terminals and
that the ground terminal is securely grounded.
② Check for short-circuits and ground faults between the
terminals and live sections.
③ Check for loose terminals, connectors, or screws.
④ Check that the motor is separated from mechanical
equipment.
⑤ Turn off switches before turning power to ensure that the
inverter will not start or operate abnormally at power-on.
⑥ Check the following after power-on:
a. Check that no alarm message is displayed on the keypad
panel (see Figure 3-1-2).
b. Check that the fan inside the inverter is rotating. (For
inverters with 2HP or more)
!
WARNING
Fig. 3-1-1 Inverter connection
Be sure to put on the surface cover
before turning on the power (close).
Never remove the cover while the power
is applied to the inverter.
To ensure safety, do not operate
switches with wet hands.
Electric shock may result
Fig. 3-1-2
Display on keypad panel at power-on
3-2 Operation Method
There are various methods of operation. Select a method of operation according to operating purpose and
specifications by referring to Section 4-2, "Operating the Keypad Panel," and Chapter 5, "Explanation of
Functions." Table 3-2-1 lists general operation methods
3-3 Trial Run
Upon confirming that inspection results are normal (see Section 3-1), proceed with a trial run. The initial
operation mode (set at factory) is using the keypad panel.
① Turn power on and confirm that frequency Table 3-2-1 General operation methods
Operation
Operation
display 0.00Hz is blinking on the LED monitor.
Frequency setting
command
command
∧
② Set the frequency to about 5Hz using
key.
Keys on keypad panel
Operation
FWD REV
③ To start the run, press FWD key (for forward using keypad
STOP
∧
∨
rotation) or REV key (for reverse rotation). To panel
stop, press STOP key.
Contact input
Operation
∧
∨
④ Check the following items :
(switch)
using
a. Is the rotating direction correct?
external
Freq. Setting POT (VR), Terminals
FWD-CM and
signal
b. Is the rotation smooth? (no buzzing or
analog voltage,
REV-CM
terminals
analog
current
abnormal vibration)
c. Is acceleration and deceleration smooth?
If no abnormality is detected, increase the frequency and check the above items again.
If the results of the trial run are normal, start a formal run.
Notes:
- If an error is detected in the inverter or motor, immediately stop the operation and attempt to
determine the cause of error referring to Chapter 7, "Troubleshooting."
- As voltage is still applied to the main circuit terminals (L1/R, L2/S, L3/T) and auxiliary
control-power terminals (R0, T0) even when the output from the inverter is terminated, do not
touch the terminals. The smoothing capacitor in the inverter is being charged after the power
is turned off and it is not discharged immediately. Before touching an electric circuit, confirm
that the charge lamp is off or a multimeter is indicating a low voltage at the terminals.
3-1
4. Keypad Panel
The keypad panel has various functions for specifying operations such as keypad operation (frequency
setting, run/stop command), confirming and changing function data, confirming status, and copying.
Review the use of each function before commencing running.
The keypad panel can also be removed or inserted during running. However, if the keypad panel is
removed during a keypad panel operation (e.g., run/stop, frequency setting), the inverter stops and outputs
an alarm.
4-1
Appearance of Keypad Panel
LED monitor:
Four-digit 7-segment display
Used to display various items of monitored data such
as setting frequency, output frequency and alarm
code.
Auxiliary information indication for LED monitor:
Selected units or multiple of the monitored data (on
the LED monitor) are displayed on the top line of the
LCD monitor. The „ symbol indicates selected
units or multiple number. The symbol ▲ indicates
there is an upper screen not currently displayed.
LCD monitor:
Used to display such various items of information as
operation status and function data. An operation
guide message, which can be scrolled, is displayed
at the bottom of the LCD monitor.
This LCD monitor has a backlight feature which turns
on when the control power is applied or any keypad
key is pressed, and stays on approximately 5
minutes after the last key stroke.
Indication on LCD monitor:
Displays one of the following operation status:
FWD: Forward operation REV: Reverse operation
STOP: Stop
Control keys (valid during keypad panel operation):
Displays the selected operation mode:
Used for inverter run and stop
REM: Terminal block
LOC: Keypad panel
FED
COMM: Communication terminal
: Forward operation command
JOG: Jogging mode
REV
: Reverse operation command
The
symbol ▼ indicates there is a lower screen not
STOP
: Stop command
currently displayed.
Operation keys:
RUN LED :
Used for screen switching, data change,
Indicates that an operation command was input by
frequency setting, etc.
pressing the FWD or REV key.
Table 4-1-1
Operation key
PRG
FUNC
DATA
∧
,
∨
SHIFT
>>
RESET
STOP
+
STOP
+
∧
RESET
Functions of operation keys
Main function
Used to switch the current screen to the menu screen or switch to the initial screen in
the operation/trip mode.
Used to switch the LED monitor or to determine the entered frequency, function code,
or data.
Used to change data, move the cursor up or down, or scroll the screen
Used to move the cursor horizontally at data change. When this key is pressed with
the up or down key, the cursor moves to the next function block.
Used to cancel current input data and switch the displayed screen. If an alarm
occurs, this key is used to reset the trip status (valid only when the alarm mode initial
screen is displayed).
Used to switch normal operation mode to jogging operation mode or vice versa. The
selected mode is displayed on the LCD monitor.
Switches operation mode (from keypad panel operation mode to terminal block
operation mode or reverse). When these keys are operated, function F01 data is also
switched from 0 to 1 or from 1 to 0. The selected mode is displayed on the LCD
indicator.
4-1
4-2 Keypad Panel Operation System (LCD screen, Level Structure)
4-2-1
Normal operation
The keypad panel operation system (screen transition, level structure) is structured as follows:
60.00
60.00
PRG
Operation mode
Program menu
RESET
FUNC
DATA
RESET
60.00
Screen for each
function
FUNC
DATA
FUNC
DATA
60.00
Supplementary
screen
RESET
PRG
4-2-2
Alarm occurrence
If an alarm is activated, operation is changed from normal keypad panel operation to an alarm mode operation.
The alarm mode screen appears and alarm information is displayed.
The program menu, function screens, and supplementary screens remain unchanged as during normal
operation, though the switching method from program menu to alarm mode is limited to PRG .
60.00
Keypad panel operating system during normal operation
Operation mode
Alarm is
activated
Alarm reset processing (including
Alarm
Alarm mode
PRG
Alarm
Program menu
RESET
)
FUNC
DATA
RESET
Alarm
Screen for each
function
PRG
4-2
Alarm
FUNC
DATA
FUNC
DATA
Supplementary
screen
RESET
Table 4-2-1
Overview of contents displayed for each level
Content
This screen is for normal operation. Frequency setting by keypad panel and the
LED monitor switching are possible only when this screen is displayed.
Each function of the keypad panel is displayed in menu form and can be selected.
Selecting the desired function from the list and pressing FUNC
displays the screen
DATA
of the selected function. The following functions are available as keypad panel
functions (menus).
No. Menu
Outline
name
DATA SET
1
The code and name of the function are displayed.
Selecting a function displays a data setting screen for
checking, or modifying data.
DATA CHECK
2
The code and name of the function are displayed. Select
a function to display a screen for checking data. Modifying
data is possible as described above by going to the data
setting screen.
OPR MNTR
3
Can check various data on the operating status.
I/O CHECK
4
Can check the status of analog and digital input/output for
the inverter and options as an I/O checker.
MAINTENANC
5
Can check inverter status, life expectancy , communication
error status, and ROM version information as maintenance
information.
LOAD FCTR
6
Can measure maximum and average current and average
breaking force in load rate measurement.
ALM INF
7
Can check the operating status and input/output status at
the latest alarm occurrence.
ALM CAUSE
8
Can check the latest alarm or simultaneously occurred alarms
and alarm history. Selecting the alarm and pressing FUNC
DATA ,
displays the contents of alarm as troubleshooting.
DATA COPY
9
Places the function of one inverter in memory for copying to
another inverter.
No.
Level name
1
Operating
2
3
4
mode
Program
menu
Screen for
each function
Supplementary
screen
The function screen selected on the program menu appears, hence completing
the function.
Functions not completed (e.g., modifying function data, displaying alarm factors)
on individual function screens are displayed on the supplementary screen.
4-3
4-3 Operating Keypad Panel
4-3-1 Operation Mode
The screen for normal inverter operation includes a screen for displaying inverter operating status
and an operation guide and a screen for graphically displaying the operating status in the form of a
bar graph. Switching between both screens is possible using the E45 function.
1) Operation guide (E45=0)
60.00
60.00
STOP
RUN
PRG ⇒ PRG
MENU
F/D ⇒LED SHIFT
Rotating direction (no operation command, blank, yes: FWD/REV)
FWD
Operating status (no operation command, STOP, yes: RUN)
PRG ⇒ PRG
MENU
F/D ⇒LED SHIFT
2) Bar graph (E45=1)
60.00
Hz
A
%
Fout/Iout/TRQ
Output frequency (maximum frequency at full-scale)
Output current (200% of inverter rating at full-scale)
Torque calculation value (200% of motor rating at full-scale)
4-3-2 Setting digital frequency
On the operation mode screen, press ∧ or ∨ to display the set frequency on the LED. Data is
initially incremented and decremented in the smallest possible unit. Holding down ∧ or ∨
increases or decreases the speed of increment or decrement. The digit to change data can be selected
FUNC
using SHIFT
>> and then data can be set directly. To save the frequency settings, press DATA .
Press RESET and PRG to return to the operation mode.
If keypad panel settings are not selected, the present frequency setting mode appears on the LCD.
When selecting the PID function, PID command can be set with a process value. (Refer to technical
documentation for details).
1) Digital (keypad panel) settings (F01=0 or C30=0)
60.00
RUN
60.00
∧
∨
PRG ⇒ PRG
MENU
F/D⇒LED SHIFT
<DIG.SET Hz>
LOCAL
50 − 400
F/D⇒DATA SET
56.89
∧
∨
Frequency setting value
<DIG.SET Hz>
LOCAL
50 − 400
F/D⇒DATA SET
Screen explanation
STORING...
When
Present frequency setting mode
Frequency setting range
Operations guide
2) Other than digital setting
60.00
RUN
PRG⇒PRG MENU
F/D⇒LED SHIFT
60.00
∧
∨
Frequency setting value
<REMOTE REF>
12+V1
Screen explanation
F/D⇒DATA SET
Operation guide
Present frequency setting mode
4-4
FUNC
DATA
pressed and writing data
4-3-3 Switching the LED monitor
On the normal operation, press FUNC
to switch to LED monitor display.
DATA
When power is turned on, the monitor contents set by the function (E43) are displayed on the LED.
E43
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
When stopping
(E44 = 0)
(E44 = 1)
Setting frequency
Setting frequency
Setting frequency
Output current
Output voltage
(specified value)
Synchronous
speed setting
value
Line speed setting
value
Load rotation
speed setting
value
Torque calculation
value
Power
consumption
PID setting value
PID remote setting
value
PID feedback
value
When running
(E44 =0,1)
Unit
Output frequency 1 (before slip compensation)
Remarks
Hz
Output frequency 2 (after slip compensation)
Setting frequency
Output current
Output voltage (specified value)
A
V
Synchronous speed
r/min.
Line speed
m/min.
Load rotation speed
r/min.
Torque calculation value
%
Power consumption
kW
PID setting value
PID remote setting value
−
−
PID feedback value
−
For 4 digits or more, the last
digits are cut, with x10, x100
marked on the indicator.
± indication
Displayed only when PID is
effective in PID operation
selection.
4-3-4 Menu screen
The “Program menu” screen is shown below. Only four items can be displayed simultaneously. Move the
cursor with ∧ or ∨ to select an item, then press FUNC
DATA to display the next screen.
1.DATA SETTING
2.DATA CHECK
3.OPR MNTR
4.I/O CHECK
⇒5.MAINTENANC
6.LOAD FCTR
7.ALM INF
8.ALM CAUSE
9.DATA COPY
Display
4.I/O CHECK
⇒5.MAINTENANC
6.LOAD FCTR
7.ALM INF
4-3-5 Setting function data
On the “program menu” screen, select "1. Data Setting" then the “Function Select” screen appears
with function codes and names on it. Select the desired function.
60.00
RUN
PRG⇒PRG MENU
F/D⇒LED SHIFT
PRG
FUNC
DATA
60.00
⇒1.DATA SETTING
2.DATA CHECK
3.OPR MNTR
4.I/O CHECK
60.00
F00DATA PRTC
F01FREQ COM 1
F02OPR METHOD
F03MAX Hz-1
Function code
4-5
Function name
FUNC
DATA
60.00
F01FREQ COM 1
0
0 − 11
Data setting range
Data
The function code consists of alphanumeric characters.
function group.
Unique alphabetical letters are assigned for each
Table 4-3-1
Function code
F00 - F42
E01 - E47
C01 - C33
P01 - P09
H03 - H39
A01 - A18
U01 - U61
o01 - o55
Function
Fundamental Functions
Extension Terminal Functions
Control Functions of Frequency
Motor Parameters
High Performance Functions
Alternative Motor Parameters
User Functions
Optional Functions
To scroll “Function Select” screen rapidly , use >> +
alphabet.
Can be selected only with an option connected
or >> +
∧
>> +
∨
F00DATA PRTC
F01FREQ CMD 1
F02OPR METHOD
F03MAX Hz-1
Remarks
FUNC
DATA
to move the screen in a unit grouped by
>> +
∨
F00DATA PRTC
F01FREQ CMD 1
F02PPR METHOD
F03MAX Hz-1
Select the desired function and press
∨
F42TRQVECTOR1
E01X1 F U N C
E02X 2 F U N C
E03X 3 F U N C
∧
A18SLIP COMP2
F00D ATA PRT C
F01DATA PRTC
F02OPR METHOD
to switch to the “data setting” screen.
On the “data setting” screen, the data values on the LCD can be increased or decreased in the smallest
possible unit by pressing
∧
or
∨
Holding down
∧
or
∨
expands the rate of change, thereby
enabling values to be modified more rapidly. Otherwise, select the digit to be modified using >> , then set
data directly. When data is modified, the value before modification will be displayed at the same time for
reference purpose.
To save the data, press
returns to the “Function Select” screen.
data is saved by
FUNC
DATA
.
FUNC
DATA
. Pressing
RESET
cancels the changes made and
The modified data will be effective in inverter operation after the
The inverter operation does not change only if data is modified. When data
setting is disabled in the case of “Data protected” or “Data setting invalid during inverter running,” make
necessary changes. Data cannot be modified for the following reasons :
Table 4-3-2
Display
LINK ACTIVE
NO SIGNAL(WE)
DATA PRTCTD
INV RUNNING
FWD/REV ON
Reason for no modification
Currently writing from RS-485/link
option to Function is being made.
Release method
Send a cancel command of function
writing from RS-485.
Stops a
“Write” operation from the link.
The edit enabling command function Among functions E01 to E09, turn the
is selected using a general-purpose terminal of data 19 (edit enabling
input terminal.
command selection) ON.
Data protection is selected for function Change function F00 to 0.
F00.
An attempt is made to change a Stop inverter operation.
function that cannot be changed
during inverter operation.
An attempt is made to change a Turn FWD/REV command off.
function that cannot be changed
with the FWD/REV command on.
4-6
4-3-6
Checking function data
On the "Program menu" screen, select "2. DATA CHECK".
function codes and names.
60.00
RUN FWD
60.00
PRG
PRG⇒PRG MENU
F/D⇒LED SHIFT
1.DATA SETTING
⇒2.DATA CHECK
3.OPR MNTR
4.I/O CHECK
Function code
The "Function Select" screen then appears with
FUNC
DATA
FUNC
DATA
FUNC
F00 DATA PRTC
0
0-1
Data changed from initial value
Select the desired function and press DATA to check the function data.
switches to the "Data setting" screen, to modify data.
4-3-7
60.00
60.00
F00 0
F01 *1
F02 *1
F03 60Hz
Data
By pressing
FUNC
DATA
, the screen
Monitoring operating status
On the "Program menu" screen, select "3. OPR MNTR" to display the present operating status of inverter.
Use ∧ and ∨ to switch between the four operation monitor screens.
60.00
RUN FWD
PRG⇒PRG MENU
F/D⇒LED SHIFT
60.00
60.00
PRG
1.DATA SETTING
2.DATA CHECK
⇒3.OPR MNTR
4.I/O CHECK
FUNC
DATA
Fout=xxxx.xHz
Iout= x.xxA
Vout=
xxxV
TRQ=
xxx%
Output frequency
Output current
Output voltage
Torque calculation method
∨
60.00
SYN=xxxxxx
LOD=xxxxxx
LIN=xxxxxx
60.00
Synchronous rotation
speed (r/min)
Load speed (r/min)
Line speed (m/min.)
∨
Fref=xxxx.xHz
xxx xx xx xx
∨
60.00
SV=xxxxx
PV=xxxxx
TLD= xxx%
TLB= xxx%
PID setting value
PID feedback value
Driving torque limiting setting value
Braking torque limiting setting
4-7
Setting frequency
Operation status
FWD/REV: Rotating direction
IL: Current limiting
VL: Voltage limiting
LU: Under voltage
TL: Torque limiting
4-3-8
I/O check
On the “Program menu” screen, select "4. I/O Check" to display analog and digital input/output signal status
∧
for the inverter and options. Use ∧
and ∨ to switch between the eight screens of data.
60.00
60.00
RUN
FWD
PRG
PRG⇒PRG MENU
F/D ⇒LED SHIFT
1.DATA SETTING
2.DATA CHECK
3.OPR MNTR
⇒4.I/O CHECK
60.00
FUNC
DATA
□X2
■FWD □X3
□REV □X4
□X1
□X5
Input terminal status
(terminals)
□X6
□X7 †:Signal OFF, „:Signal ON
□X8
□X9
REV
∨
60.00
□Y1
□Y2
□Y3
□Y4
60.00
Output terminal status
□Y5
∨
†:Signal OFF, „:Signal ON
COMM
□X2
□FWD □X3
□REV □X4
□X1
□X5
Input terminal status
(via communication)
□X6
□X7 †:Signal OFF, „:Signal ON
□X8
□X9
∨
60.00
Analog input signal
Terminal 12 input voltage
Terminal 22 input voltage
(AIO option)
Terminal 32 input voltage
(AIO option)
Terminal V2 input voltage
12=± xx.xV
22= xx.xV
32=± xx.xV
V2= xx.xV
60.00
∨
Analog input signal
Terminal C1 input current
Terminal C2 input current
(AIO option)
C1= xx.xmA
C2= xx.xmA
∨
60.00
A0 =±xx.xV
CS= xx.xmA
DI = xxxxH
D0= xxH
∨
60.00
P1=±xxxxx0p/s
Z1=
0p/s
P2=±xxxxx0p/s
Z2=
0p/s
option input status
Terminal AO output voltage
(AIO option)
Terminal CS output current
(AIO option)
Digital input voltage
(HEX indication)
Digital output voltage
(HEX indication)
60.00
∨
PG/SY option input status
Master-side A/B phase
4x frequency
Unused
Slave-side A/B phase
4x frequency
Unused
4-8
FMA=xx.xV
FMP=xx.xV
FMP=xxxxp/s
Output for meter
FMA output voltage
FMP output voltage
FMP output frequency
4-3-9
Maintenance information
On the "Program menu" screen, select "5. Maintenance" to display information necessary for maintenance
and inspection. Use ∧ and ∨ to switch between the five screens of data.
60.00
60.00
RUN FWD
PRG⇒PRG MENU
F/D⇒LED SHIFT
PRG
1.DATA SETTING
2.DATA CHECK
3.OPR MNTR
4.I/O CHECK
60.00
FUNC
DATA
⇒5.MAINTENANC
60.00
TCAP=xxxxxh
(61000h)
TFAN=xxxxxh
(25000h)
Capacitor on PC
board
accumulation time
( ):Judgment level.
TIME=xxxxxh
E D C= xxxV
TMPI=xxxx℃
TMPF=xxxx℃
Cumulative operating time
DC link circuit voltage
Maximum temperature inside inverter
(Maximum value in hour units)
Maximum temperature of heat sink
(Maximum value in hour units)
∨
60.00
∨
Imax=x.xxA
CAP=xxx.x%
Cooling fan operating
time
( ):Judgment level.
Maximum current(ms)
(Maximum value in hour units)
Main capacitor capacity
∨
60.00
60.00
NRK=xxxxx
NRR=xxxxx
NRO=xxxxx
No. of communication
errors:keypad panel
∨
No. of communication
errors:RS-485
No. of communication
errors:option
4-9
INV=Hxxxx
KEYPAD=Kxxxxx
OPTION=Pxxxxx
ROM version: inverter
(40HP or more: H xxxxx
30HP or less:S xxxxx)
ROM version: keypad panel
ROM version: option
4-3-10
Load rate measurement
On the "Program menu" screen, select "6. Load Rate Measurement". On the "Load rate measurement"
screen, the maximum current, average current, and average breaking power during the set measuring time
are measured and displayed.
60.00
RUN
60.00
FWD
PRG⇒PRG MENU
F/D ⇒LED SHIFT
60.00
T=150s
Imax=0.00A
Iave=0.00A
BPave= 0.0%
PRG
1.DATA SETTING
2.DATA CHECK
3.OPR MNTR
4.I/O CHECK
5.MAINTENANC
⇒6.LOAD FCTR
60.00
FUNC
DATA
FUNC
DATA
60.00
T=3600s
Imax=56.4A
Iave=23.5A
BPave= 10.4%
Measuring time
Change measuring using
>> and ∧ and ∨ .
Start measuring
Displays the remaining
measuring time, when
reaches zero, ends the
measurement.
T=360s
Imax=0.00A
Iave=0.00A
BPave= 0.0%
Display returns to initial values.
Maximum current
Average current
Average breaking power
(Motor rated output/100%)
4-10
60.00
T=600s
Imax=0.00A
Iave= 0.00A
BPave= 0.0%
Set measuring time
4-3-11
Alarm information
On the "Program menu" screen, select "7. Alarm Information". Various operating data when the latest
alarm occurred is displayed. Use ∧ and ∨ to switch between the nine screens of alarm information
data.
60.00
RUN
60.00
FWD
PRG⇒PRG MENU
F/D ⇒LED SHIFT
PRG
OC1
1.DATA SETTING
2.DATA CHECK
3.OPR MNTR
4.I/O CHECK
FUNC
DATA
5.MAINTENANC
6.LOAD FCTR
⇒7.ALM INF
TMPI=xxxx℃
TMPF=xxxx℃
OC1
Cumulative operating hours
at alarm occurrence
DC link circuit voltage
at alarm occurrence
Temperature inside inverter
at alarm occurrence
Heat sink temperature
at alarm occurrence
∨
REM
□X2 □X6
□FWD □X3 □X7
□REV □X4 □X8
□X1
□X5 □X9
Fref=xxxx.xHz
xxx xx xx xx
OC1
∨
Output voltage at alarm occurrence
Torque calculation value at alarm
occurrence
Setting frequency at alarm
occurrence
Operating status at alarm
occurrence
FWD/REV:Rotating direction
IL
:Current limiting
VL
:Voltage limiting
LU
:Under voltage
TL
:Torque limiting
No. of communication errors at
alarm occurrence:keypad
panel
No. of communication errors at
alarm occurrence:RS-485
No. of communication errors at
alarm occurrence:Options
NRK=xxxxx
NRR=xxxxx
NRO=xxxxx
∨
OC1
Output current at alarm occurrence
∨
OC1
TIME=xxxxxh
EDC= xxxV
Fout=xxxx.xHz
Iout= x.xxA
Vout=
xxxV
TRQ=
xxx%
Code of latest alarm
(High speed blinking during alarm
alarm mode only)
Output frequency at alarm occurrence
Input terminal status at alarm
occurrence (terminals)
□:Signal OFF, ■:Signal ON
OC1
∨
□X2 □X6
□FWD □X3 □X7
□REV □X4 □X8
□X1
□X5 □X9
Input terminal status at alarm
occurrence (communication)
COMM
Output terminal status
at alarm occurrence
OC1
□Y1
□Y2
□Y3
□Y4
□:Signal OFF, ■:Signal ON
∨
□Y5
OC1
∨
Previous alarm
Before previous alarm
Two times before previous
OC1
5=xxx
4=xxx
3=xxx
2=xxx
□:Signal OFF, ■:Signal ON
∨
Multiple alarms
(Simultaneously occurring
alarms)
Alarm code
Up to four alarm codes can be displayed simultaneously.
4-11
0/1=xxx
-1=xxx
-2=xxx
-3=xxx
xxx
xxx
xxx
xxx
Latest alarm
No. of occurrences
Alarm history
No. of occurrences
Updated at alarm occurrence
If the cause of alarm is the
same as the same as the
previous one, only the number
of occurrences is incremented.
4-3-12
Alarm history and factors
On the "Program menu" screen, select "8.Alarm Factors" to display the alarm history.
Press FUNC
to display troubleshooting information for the alarm selected.
DATA
60.00
RUN
60.00
FWD
PRG⇒PRG MENU
F/D ⇒LED SHIFT
PRG
1.DATA SETTING
2.DATA CHECK
3.OPR MNTR
4.I/O CHECK
60.00
FUNC
DATA
5.MAINTENANC
6.LOAD FCTR
7.ALM INF
⇒8.ALM CAUSE
0/1=xxx
-1=xxx
-2=xxx
-3=xxx
xxx
xxx
xxx
xxx
xxxxxxxxxxxxx
xxxxxxxxxxxxx
xxxxxxxxxxxxx
xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Alarm code of
the selected alarm
Alarm history
60.00
5=xxx
4=xxx
3=xxx
2=xxx
OC1
Latest alarm
FUNC
DATA
Alarm occurrence factors
of the selected alarm.
4-12
0/1=xxx
-1=xxx
-2=xxx
-3=xxx
Multiple alarms
(simultaneously occurring alarms)
Move the cursor using
xxx
xxx
xxx
xxx
∧
and
∨
to select one
of the alarm occurred.
4-3-13
Data copy
On the "Program menu" screen, select "9. Data Copy" to display the data copy read screen. A copy
operation is then performed in the following order;reading inverter function data, removing the keypad panel,
attaching the keypad panel to another inverter, and writing the data to the inverter.
The "verify" feature also makes it possible to compare and check differences in the data stored in the keypad
panel and the data stored in the inverter.
Read data
Write data
Attach keypad panel,
60.00
Turn power ON.
RUN
PRG
PRG⇒PRG MENU
F/D ⇒LED SHIFT
RUN
PRG
PRG⇒PRG MENU
F/D ⇒LED SHIFT
60.00
1.DATA SETTING
NAME
Max. freq. 1
FUNC.
F26
F04
Base freq. 1
E33
F05
Rated voltage 1
E34
F06
Max. voltage 1
E35
F09
Torque boost 1
E37
Electronic
thermal 1
(Select)
Electronic
thermal 1
(Level)
Electronic
thermal 1
(Thermal time
constant)
Electronic
thermal
overload relay
F10
3.OPR MNTR
60.00
4.I/O CHECK
1.DATA SETTING
5.MAINTENANC
F11
2.DATA CHECK
6.LOAD FCTR
3.OPR MNTR
7.ALM INF
4.I/O CHECK
8.ALM CAUSE
F12
F13
5.MAINTENANC
⇒9.DATA COPY
6.LOAD FCTR
7.ALM INF
FUNC
DATA
H15
NAME
Motor sound
OL function
(Mode select)
OL function
(Level)
OL function
(Timer)
OL2 function
(Level)
Auto-restart
(Holding DC
voltage)
All of
"P"
code
Motor 1
All of
"A"
code
Motor 2
In addition, when WRITE from inverter ROM No. is new one to old
one, WRITE except F01(Freq. command 1) without ERROR display.
8.ALM CAUSE
DATA copy screen
⇒9.DATA COPY
Mode (read mode)
WRITE to the inverter with different
capacity, voltage and series.
FUNC
DATA
<DATA COPY>
040HP-4
READ
FUNC
DATA
<DATA COPY>
----READ
Inverter type of data
stored by keypad panel
<DATA COPY>
040HP-4
WRITE
MEMORY ERROR
FUNC
DATA
∧
Reading
<DATA COPY>
040HP-4
READ
COMPLETE
Data of inverter type
read by keypad panel
„„„„„„„„„„„„„„
Read complete
Remove keypad panel
FUNC.
F03
PRG
2.DATA CHECK
„„„„
P04/A13 (Motor tuning), H03(Data initializing), H31(RS-485
address) and o26/AIO optional adjustment will NOT be
written.
- The function which will NOT be copied when different inverter type
60.00
<DATA COPY>
----READ
When WRITE to the type of the inverter (capacity,
voltage and series) is same as the inverter type in
copy origin, all of the function will be written. When
the type of the inverter is different, the function
except the following will be written. However, in both
cases, F00(Data protection), P02/A11(Motor capacity),
FUNC
DATA
<DATA COPY>
040HP-4
WRITE
Mode (write mode)
<DATA COPY>
040HP-4
WRITE
MEMORY ERROR
„„„„
FUNC
DATA
<DATA COPY>
040HP-4
WRITE
COMPLETE
<DATA COPY>
040HP-4
WRITE
Writing
„„„„
4-13
„„„„„„„„„„„„„„„„
Write
complete
Data check
(verify)
Error processing
60.00
1) Change disabled during operation
If a write operation is attempted during an inverter
operation, or vice versa, the error message below will
appear.
After stopping the inverter and pressing RESET , retry the
write operation.
RUN
PRG⇒PRG
MENU
F/D ⇒LED SHIFT
PRG
<DATA COPY>
040HP-4
WRITE
INV RUNNING
60.00
1.DATA SETTING
2.DATA CHECK
3.OPR MNTR
4.I/O CHECK
2) Memory error
If a write operation is attempted while data has not been
saved (i.e., no data) in the keypad panel data memory
during the read mode, the following error message will
appear:
5.MAINTENANC
6.LOAD FCTR
7.ALM INF
8.ALM CAUSE
⇒9.DATA COPY
FUNC
DATA
<DATA COPY>
040HP-4
READ
<DATA COPY>
3) Verify error
During a data check (verify) operation, if data stored in
the keypad panel differs from data stored in the inverter,
the following error message is displayed to indicate the
function No. The data check is suspended.
To continue the data check and check for other
mismatching data, press FUNC
DATA . To stop the data check
and switch to another operation, press RESET .
∧
<DATA COPY>
040HP-4
WRITE
∧
<DATA COPY>
040HP-4
VERIFY
WRITE
MEMORY ERROR
Inverter type of data
stored in the keypad
panel
<DATA COPY>
075HP-4
WRITE
ERR:F25
Mode (data check)
„„„„
FUNC
DATA
<DATA COPY>
040HP-4
VERIFY
„„„„
<DATA COPY>
040HP-4
VERIFY
COMPLETE
„„„„„„„„„„„„„„„
4) Data protection
When WRITE to the inverter which is protected by
"Data protection" function, the following error message
will appear. After released the protection, write
Data check in progress
operation is attempted.
<DATA COPY>
040HP-4
WRITE
DATA PRTCTD
Data check complete
4-14
4-3-14
Alarm mode
If an alarm occurs, the “Alarm screen” indicating the alarm contents is displayed. Use
alarm history and multiple alarms (if more than two alarms occur simultaneously).
∧
Alarm detection order
Alarm code
1.OC1
1=xxx xxx
xxxxxxxxxxxxx
PRG⇒PRG MENU
RESET⇒RESET
No. of consecutive occurrences
Alarm name
Operation guide
Alarm detection order
Operation
method
∧
∨
LED
display
5.
4.
3.
2.
1.
Blank
LCD
display
5
4
3
2
1
0
Blank
Blank
Blank
-1
-2
-3
Description
No. 5 alarm
No. 4 alarm
No. 3 alarm
No. 2 alarm
No. 1 alarm (more than two alarms occurred)
Latest alarm (only one alarm occurred/alarm
released)
Previous alarm history
Alarm history before previous alarm
Alarm history two times before previous alarm
Alarm code: See Table 6-1-1
4-15
and
∨
to display
5. Function select
5-1 Function select list
F:Fundamental Functions
Func
Min.
NAME
LCD Display
Setting range
Unit
No.
Unit
Factory setting
-30HP
40HP-
Change
F00 Data protection
F00
DATA PRTC
0, 1
-
-
0
NA
F01 Frequency command 1
F01
FREQ CMD 1
0 to 11
-
-
0
NA
F02 Operation method
F02
OPR METHOD
0 to 4
-
-
0
NA
F03 Maximum frequency 1
F03
MAX Hz-1
G11S: 50 to 400Hz
P11S: 50 to 120Hz
Hz
1
60
NA
F04 Base frequency 1
F04
BASE Hz-1
G11S: 25 to 400Hz
Hz
1
60
NA
V
1
230:(230V class)
NA
P11S: 25 to 120Hz
F05 Rated voltage 1
F05
RATED V-1
0V: (Output voltage
(at Base frequency 1)
proportinal to sorce voltage)
460:(460V class)
80 to 240V: (230V class)
320 to 480V: (460V class)
F06 Maximum voltage 1
F06
MAX V-1
(at Maximum frequency 1)
F07 Acceleration time 1
F07
ACC TIME1
F08 Deceleration time 1
F08
DEC TIME1
F09 Torque boost 1
F09
F10 Electronic
(Select) F10
F11 thermal 1
(Level) F11
F12
(Thermal time constant) F12
F13 Electronic thermal overload relay
80 to 240V: (230V class)
V
1
320 to 480V: (460V class)
F13
230:(230V class)
NA
460:(460V class)
0.01 to 3600s
s
0.01
TRQ BOOST1
0.0, 0.1 to 20.0
-
0.1
ELCTRN OL1
0, 1, 2
-
-
1
A
OL LEVEL1
INV rated current 20 to 135%
A
0.01
Motor rated current
A
min
0.1
-
-
TIME CNST1
0.5 to 75.0 min
DBR OL
G11
[Up to 10[HP]]
(for braking resistor)
0, 1, 2
6.0
20.0
G11S:2.0
P11S:2.0
5.0
1
A
A
10.0
A
A
[15[HP] and above ]
0
P11
0
[Up to 15[HP]]
0, 2
0
[020[HP] and above ]
0
F14 Restart mode after
0 to 5
0
F14
RESTART
-
-
0
NA
F15 Frequency limiter
(High) F15
H LIMITER
G11S: 0 to 400Hz
F16
(Low) F16
L LIMITER
P11S: 0 to 120Hz
Hz
1
70
A
0
(for freq. set signal) F17
FREQ GAIN
0.0 to 200.0%
%
0.1
100.0
A
A
F18
FREQ BIAS
G11S: -400.0 to +400.0Hz
P11S: -120.0 to +120.0Hz
Hz
0.1
0.0
A
F20 DC brake
(Starting freq.) F20
DC BRK Hz
0.0 to 60.0Hz
Hz
0.1
0.0
A
F21
(Braking level) F21
DC BRK LVL
G11S: 0 to 100%
P11S: 0 to 80%
%
1
0
A
F22
(Braking time) F22
DC BRK t
0.0s(Inactive)
s
0.1
0.0
A
momentary power failure
F17 Gain
F18 Bias frequency
0.1 to 30.0s
F23 Starting frequency
F24
F25
(Freq.) F23
(Holding time) F24
Stop frequency
0.1 to 60.0Hz
HOLDING t
0.0 to 10.0s
Hz
0.1
0.5
NA
s
0.1
0.0
NA
STOP Hz
0.1 to 60.0Hz
Hz
0.1
0.2
NA
F26 Motor sound
(Carrier freq.) F26
MTR SOUND
0.75 to 15kHz
kHz
1
2
A
F27
(Sound tone) F27
SOUND TONE
0 to 3
-
-
0
A
(Voltage adjust) F30
FMA V-ADJ
0 to 200%
%
1
100
A
(Function) F31
FMA FUNC
0 to 11
-
-
0
A
FMP PULSES
300 to 6000p/s (full scale)
p/s
1
1440
A
A
F30 FMA
F31
F33 FMP
F25
START Hz
(Pulse rate) F33
F34
(Voltage adjust) F34
FMP V-ADJ
0%, 1 to 200%
%
1
0
F35
(Function) F35
FMP FUNC
0 to 10
-
-
0
A
30RY MODE
0, 1
-
-
0
NA
(Driving) F40
DRV TRQ 1
G11S: 20 to 200%, 999
P11S: 20 to 150%, 999
%
1
999
A
(Braking) F41
BRK TRQ 1
G11S: 0%, 20 to 200%, 999
P11S: 0%, 20 to 150%, 999
999
A
TRQVECTOR1
0, 1
0
NA
F36 30RY operation mode
F40 Torque limiter 1
F41
F42 Torque vector control 1
F36
F42
-
5-1
-
User
during op Set value
Remark
E:Extension Terminal Functions
Func
Min.
NAME
LCD Display
Setting range
Unit
No.
Unit
0 to 35
-
Factory setting
-30HP
Change
X1 terminal function
E01
X1 FUNC
0
NA
E02
X2 terminal function
E02
X2 FUNC
1
NA
E03
X3 terminal function
E03
X3 FUNC
2
NA
E04
X4 terminal function
E04
X4 FUNC
3
NA
E05
X5 terminal function
E05
X5 FUNC
4
NA
E06
X6 terminal function
E06
X6 FUNC
5
NA
E07
X7 terminal function
E07
X7 FUNC
6
NA
E08
X8 terminal function
E08
X8 FUNC
7
NA
E09
X9 terminal function
E09
X9 FUNC
8
E10
Acceleration time 2
E10
ACC TIME2
E11
Deceleration time 2
E11
E12
Acceleration time 3
E13
Deceleration time 3
E14
20.00
A
DEC TIME2
6.00
20.00
A
E12
ACC TIME3
6.00
20.00
A
E13
DEC TIME3
6.00
20.00
A
Acceleration time 4
E14
ACC TIME4
6.00
20.00
A
E15
Deceleration time 4
E15
DEC TIME4
6.00
20.00
A
E16
Torque limiter 2
(Driving) E16
DRV TRQ 2
(Braking) E17
BRK TRQ 2
E17
0.01
Remark
NA
6.00
0.01 to 3600s
User
during op Set value
E01
s
-
40HP-
G11S: 20 to 200%, 999
P11S: 20 to 150%, 999
%
1
999
A
G11S: 0%, 20 to 200%, 999
%
1
999
A
-
-
G11S: 0%, 20 to 150%, 999
E20
Y1 terminal function
E20
Y1 FUNC
0
NA
E21
Y2 terminal function
E21
Y2 FUNC
0 to 37
1
NA
E22
Y3 terminal function
E22
Y3 FUNC
2
NA
E23
Y4 terminal function
E23
Y4 FUNC
7
NA
E24
Y5A, Y5C terminal func.
E24
Y5 FUNC
10
NA
NA
E25
Y5 RY operation mode
E25
Y5RY MODE
0,1
-
1
0
E30
FAR function
(Hysteresis) E30
FAR HYSTR
0.0 to 10.0Hz
Hz
0.1
2.5
A
E31
FDT function
(Level) E31
FDT1 LEVEL
G11S: 0 to 400Hz
P11S: 0 to 120Hz
Hz
1
60
A
(Hysteresis) E32
FDT1 HYSTR
0.0 to 30.0Hz
Hz
0.1
1.0
A
OL1 WARNING
0: Thermal calculation
1: Output current
-
-
0
A
(Level) E34
OL1 LEVEL
G11S: 5 to 200%
P11S: 5 to 150%
A
0.01
Motor rated current
A
E32
signal
E33
OL1 function(Mode select)
E34
signal
E33
E35
(Timer) E35
OL1 TIMER
0.0 to 60.0s
s
0.1
10.0
A
E36
FDT2 function
(Level) E36
FDT2 LEVEL
G11S: 0 to 400Hz
P11S: 0 to 120Hz
Hz
1
60
A
E37
OL2 function
(Level) E37
OL2 LEVEL
G11S: 5 to 200%
A
0.01
Motor rated current
A
G11S: 5 to 150%
E40
Display coefficient A
E40
COEF A
-999.00 to 999.00
-
0.01
0.01
A
E41
Display coefficient B
E41
COEF B
-999.00 to 999.00
-
0.01
0.00
A
E42
DISPLAY FL
0.0 to 5.0s
s
0.1
0.5
A
LED MNTR
0 to 12
-
-
0
A
LED MNTR2
0, 1
-
-
0
A
LCD MNTR
0, 1
-
-
0
A
E42
LED Display filter
E43
LED Monitor
E44
E45
(Function) E43
(Display at STOP mode) E44
LCD Monitor
(Function) E45
E46
(Language) E46
LANGUAGE
0 to 5
-
-
1
A
E47
(Contrast) E47
CONTRAST
0(soft) to 10(hard)
-
-
5
A
C:Control Functions of Frequency
Func
Min.
NAME
LCD Display
Setting range
Unit
No.
C01 Jump frequency
Unit
(Jump freq. 1) C01
JUMP Hz 1
C02
(Jump freq. 2) C02
JUMP Hz 2
C03
(Jump freq. 3) C03
JUMP Hz 3
C04
(Hysteresis) C04
G11S: 0 to 400Hz
P11S: 0 to 120Hz
Hz
1
JUMP HYSTR
0 to 30Hz
Hz
1
G11S: 0.00 to 400.00Hz
P11S: 0.00 to 120.00Hz
Hz
0.01
C05 Multistep frequency
(Freq. 1) C05
MULTI Hz-1
C06 setting
(Freq. 2) C06
MULTI Hz-2
C07
(Freq. 3) C07
C08
Factory setting
-30HP
40HP-
Change
0
A
0
A
0
A
3
A
0.00
A
0.00
A
MULTI Hz-3
0.00
A
(Freq. 4) C08
MULTI Hz-4
0.00
A
C09
(Freq. 5) C09
MULTI Hz-5
0.00
A
C10
(Freq. 6) C10
MULTI Hz-6
0.00
A
C11
(Freq. 7) C11
MULTI Hz-7
0.00
A
C12
(Freq. 8) C12
MULTI Hz-8
0.00
A
C13
(Freq. 9) C13
MULTI Hz-9
0.00
A
C14
(Freq. 10) C14
MULTI Hz-10
0.00
A
C15
(Freq. 11) C15
MULTI Hz-11
0.00
A
C16
(Freq. 12) C16
MULTI Hz-12
0.00
A
C17
(Freq. 13) C17
MULTI Hz-13
0.00
A
C18
(Freq. 14) C18
MULTI Hz-14
0.00
A
C19
(Freq. 15) C19
MULTI Hz-15
0.00
A
5-2
User
during op Set value
Remark
Func
Min.
NAME
LCD Display
Setting range
Unit
No.
Unit
C20 JOG frequency
C20
JOG Hz
G11S:0.00 to 400.00Hz
P11S:0.00 to 120.00Hz
C21 PATTERN(Mode select)
C21
PATTERN
Factory setting
-30HP
40HP-
Change
Hz
0.01
5.00
A
0,1,2
-
-
0
NA
s
0.01
0.00 F1
A
operation
C22
(Stage 1) C22
STAGE 1
Operation time:0.00 to 6000s
C23
(Stage 2) C23
STAGE 2
F1 to F4 and R1 to R4
C24
(Stage 3) C24
C25
C26
0.00 F1
A
STAGE 3
0.00 F1
A
(Stage 4) C25
STAGE 4
0.00 F1
A
(Stage 5) C26
STAGE 5
0.00 F1
A
C27
(Stage 6) C27
STAGE 6
0.00 F1
A
C28
(Stage 7) C28
STAGE 7
0.00 F1
A
2
NA
0 to 11
-
-
C30 Frequency command 2
C30
FREQ CMD 2
C31 Offset adjust(terminal[12])
C31
BIAS 12
-100.0 to +100.0%
%
0.1
0.0
A
C32
C32
GAIN 12
0.0 to +200.0%
%
0.1
100.0
A
C33 Analog setting signal filter
C33
REF FILTER
0.00 to 5.00s
s
0.01
0.05
A
P01
M1 POLES
2 to 14
M1-CAP
Up to 30[HP]: 0.01 to 60HP
M1-Ir
P:Motor Parameters
P01
Number of motor 1 poles
P02 Motor 1
(Capacity) P02
-
2
4
NA
HP
0.01
Motor Capacity
NA
0.00 to 2000A
40[HP]and above: 0.01 to 800HP
P03
(Rated current) P03
A
0.01
Motor rated current
NA
P04
(Tuning) P04
M1 TUN1
0, 1, 2
-
-
0
NA
P05
(On-line Tuning) P05
M1 TUN2
0, 1
-
-
0
NA
P06
(No-load current) P06
M1-Io
0.00 to 2000A
A
0.01
Fuji STANDARD RATED
VALUE
NA
P07
(%R1 setting) P07
M1-%R1
0.00 to 50.00%
%
0.01
Fuji STANDARD RATED
VALUE
A
P08
(%X setting) P08
M1-%X
0.00 to 50.00%
%
0.01
Fuji STANDARD RATED
VALUE
A
P09
SLIP COMP1
0.00 to 15.00Hz
Hz
0.01
0.00
A
H03
DATA INIT
0, 1
-
-
0
NA
AUTO-RESET
0, 1 to 10 times
-
1
0
A
(Reset interval) H05
RESET INT
2 to 20s
s
1
5
A
H06
FAN STOP
0, 1
-
-
0
A
ACC PTN
0,1,2,3
-
-
0
NA
P09 Slip compensation control 1
H:High Performance Functions
H03 Data initializing
H04 Auto-reset
(Times) H04
H05
H06 Fan stop operation
H07 ACC/DEC pattern
(Mode select) H07
H08 Rev. phase sequence lock
H08
REV LOCK
0, 1
-
-
0
NA
H09 Start mode
H09
START MODE
0, 1, 2
-
-
0
NA
H10 Energy-saving operation
H10
ENERGY SAV
0, 1
-
-
G11S:0
P11S:1
A
H11 DEC mode
H11
DEC MODE
0, 1
-
-
0
A
H12 Instantaneous OC limiting
H12
INST CL
0, 1
-
-
1
NA
NA
H13 Auto-restart
(Restart time) H13
RESTART t
0.1 to 10.0s
H14
(Freq. fall rate) H14
FALL RATE
0.00 to 100.00Hz/s
H15
(Holding DC voltage) H15
HOLD V
H16
(OPR command selfhold time) H16
s
0.1
0.1
Hz/s
0.01
10.00
A
3ph 230V class: 200 to 300V
3ph 460V class: 400 to 600V
V
1
230V class:235V
460V class:470V
A
SELFHOLD t
0.0 to 30.0s, 999
s
0.1
999
NA
H18 Torque control
H18
TRQ CTRL
G11:0, 1, 2, P11:0
-
-
0
NA
H19 Active drive
H19
AUT RED
0, 1
-
-
0
A
H20 PID control
(Mode select) H20
PID MODE
0, 1, 2
-
-
0
NA
H21
(Feedback signal) H21
FB SIGNAL
0, 1, 2, 3
-
-
1
NA
H22
(P-gain) H22
P-GAIN
0.01 to 10.00 times
-
0.01
0.1
A
H23
(I-gain) H23
I-GAIN
0.0 , 0.1 to 3600s
s
0.1
0.0
A
H24
(D-gain) H24
D-GAIN
0.00s , 0.01 to 10.0s
s
0.01
0.00
A
H25
(Feedback filter) H25
FB FILTER
0.0 to 60.0s
s
0.1
0.5
A
(Mode select) H26
PTC MODE
0, 1
0
A
(Level) H27
PTC LEVEL
0.00 to 5.00V
V
0.01
1.60
A
DROOP
G11:-9.9 to 0.0Hz, P11:0.0 (Fixed.)
Hz
0.1
0.0
A
LINK FUNC
0, 1, 2, 3
-
-
0
A
ADDRESS
0 (broadcast), 1 to 247
-
1
1
NA
H26 PTC thermistor
H27
H28 Droop operation
H30 Serial link
H31 Modbus-RTU
H28
(Function select) H30
(Address) H31
H32
(Mode select on no response error) H32
H33
(Timer) H33
MODE ON ER
0, 1, 2, 3
-
-
0
A
TIMER
0.0 to 60.0s
s
0.1
2.0
A
H34
(Baud rate) H34
BAUD RATE
0, 1, 2, 3
-
-
1
A
H35
(Data length) H35
LENGTH
0 (8-bit fixed)
-
-
0
A
H36
(Parity check) H36
PARITY
0, 1, 2
-
-
0
A
H37
(Stop bits) H37
STOP BITS
0(2bit), 1(1bit)
-
-
0
A
H38
(No response error detection time) H38
NO RES t
0 (No detection), 1 to 60s
s
1
0
A
H39
(Response interval) H39
INTERVAL
0.00 to 1.00s
s
0.01
0.01
A
5-3
User
during op Set value
Remark
A:Alternative Motor Parameters
Func
Min.
NAME
LCD Display
Setting range
Unit
No.
Unit
A01 Maximum frequency 2
A01
MAX Hz-2
A02 Base frequency 2
A02
BASE Hz-2
Factory setting
-30HP
40HP-
Change
G11S: 50 to 400Hz
P11S: 50 to 120Hz
Hz
1
60
NA
G11S: 25 to 400Hz
Hz
1
60
NA
V
1
220:(230V class)
NA
P11S: 25 to 120Hz
A03 Rated voltage 2
A03
RATED V-2
(at Base frequency 2 )
0:
80 to 240V:(230V class)
380:(460V class)
320 to 480V:(460V class)
A04 Maximum voltage 2
A04
MAX V-2
80 to 240V:(230V class)
320 to 480V:(460V class)
V
1
220:(230V class)
380:(460V class)
NA
A05
TRQ BOOST2
0.0, 0.1 to 20.0
-
-
G11S:2.0
A
(at Base frequency 2)
A05 Torque boost2
P11S:0.1
A06 Electronic
thermal
overload
relay for
motor 2
(Select) A06
ELCTRN OL2
0, 1, 2
OL LEVEL2
INV rated current 20%to135%
TIME CNST2
0.5 to 75.0 min
A09
TRQVECTOR2
0, 1
A10
M2 POLES
2 to 14 poles
M2-CAP
Up to 30HP:0.01 to 60HP
A07
(Level) A07
A08
(Thermal time constant) A08
A09 Torque vector control 2
A10 Number of motor-2 poles
A11 Motor 2
(Capacity) A11
-
-
1
Motor rated current
A
0.01
min
0.1
-
-
5.0
A
10.0
0
A
A
NA
ploes
2
4
NA
HP
0.01
Motor capacity
NA
40HP and above:0.01to800HP
A12
(Rated current) A12
A13
M2-Ir
0.00 to 2000A
A
0.01
Motor rated current
NA
(Tuning) A13
M2 TUN1
0, 1, 2
-
-
0
NA
A14
(On-line Tuning) A14
M2 TUN2
0, 1
-
-
0
NA
A15
(No-load current) A15
M2-Io
0.00 to 2000A
A
0.01
Fuji standard rated value
NA
A16
(%R1 setting) A16
A17
(%X setting) A17
A18
(Slip compensation control 2) A18
M2-%R1
0.00 to 50.00%
%
0.01
Fuji standard rated value
A
M2-%X
0.00 to 50.00%
%
0.01
Fuji standard rated value
A
SLIP COMP2
0.00 to 15.00Hz
Hz
0.01
0.00
A
U01
USER 01
0 to 65535
-
1
75
A
U02 1st S-shape level at acceleration
U02
USER 02
1 to 50%
%
1
10
NA
U03 2nd S-shape level at acceleration
U03
USER 03
1 to 50%
%
1
10
NA
U04 1st S-shape level at deceleration
U04
USER 04
1 to 50%
%
1
10
NA
U05 2nd S-shape level at deceleration
U05
USER 05
1 to 50%
%
1
10
NA
(Initial value) U08
USER 08
0 to 65535
-
1
xxxx
A
(Measured value) U09
USER 09
0 to 65535
-
1
0
A
A
U:User Functions
U01 Maximum compensation frequency
during braking torque limit
U08 Main DC link capacitor
U09
U10 PC board capacitor powered on time
U10
USER 10
0 to 65535h
h
1
0
U11 Cooling fan operating time
U11
USER 11
0 to 65535h
h
1
0
U13 Magnetize current vibration damping gain
U13
USER 13
0 to 32767
-
1
U15 Slip compensation filter time constant
U15
USER 15
0 to 32767
U23 Integral gain of continuous operation
U23
USER 23
0 to 65535
U24
USER 24
0 to 65535
U48
USER 48
0, 1, 2
at power failure
U24 Proportional gain of continuous
operation at power failure
U48 Input phase loss protection
U49 RS-485 protocol selection
-
1
-
1
-
1
-
-
819
A
410
A
556
546
A
1738
1000
A
1024
1000
A
-75HP
100HP-
NA
0
1
U49
USER 49
0, 1
-
-
1
NA
U56 Speed agreement
(Detection width) U56
USER 56
0 to 50%
%
1
10
A
U57 /PG error
(Detection timer) U57
USER 57
0.0 to 10.0s
s
0.1
0.5
U58 PG error selection
U58
USER 58
0, 1
U59 Braking-resistor function select(up to 30HP)
U59
USER 59
00 to A8(HEX)
U60 Regeneration avoidance at deceleration
U60
USER 60
0, 1
U61 Voltage detect offset and gain adjustment
U61
USER 61
Manufacturer's function(40HP or more)
--30HP:0(Fixed.)
40HP--:0, 1, 2
U89 Motor overload memory
retention
U89
USER 89
0.1
5-4
-
-
-
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
User
during op Set value
1
NA
00
NA
0
NA
0
A
1
A
Remark
Table 5-1-1 The factory setting value (details)
Function code
*1 *2
*2
230V P11S
230V G11S
Inverter type
FRNF25G11S-2UX
FRNF50G11S-2UX
FRN001G11S-2UX
FRN002G11S-2UX
FRN003G11S-2UX
FRN005G11S-2UX
FRN007G11S-2UX
FRN010G11S-2UX
FRN015G11S-2UX
FRN020G11S-2UX
FRN025G11S-2UX
FRN030G11S-2UX
FRN040G11S-2UX
FRN050G11S-2UX
FRN060G11S-2UX
FRN075G11S-2UX
FRN100G11S-2UX
FRN125G11S-2UX
FRN007P11S-2UX
FRN010P11S-2UX
FRN015P11S-2UX
FRN020P11S-2UX
FRN025P11S-2UX
FRN030P11S-2UX
FRN040P11S-2UX
FRN050P11S-2UX
FRN060P11S-2UX
FRN075P11S-2UX
FRN100P11S-2UX
FRN125P11S-2UX
FRN150P11S-2UX
F11:Electric
thermal1(Level)
E34:OL1
function(Level)
E37:OL2
function(Level)
A07:Electric thermal
overload relay
for motor2
(Level)
[A]
1.40
2.00
3.00
5.80
7.90
12.6
18.6
25.3
37.3
49.1
60.0
72.4
91.0
115.0
137.0
174.0
226.0
268.0
18.6
25.3
37.3
49.1
60.0
72.4
91.0
115.0
137.0
174.0
226.0
268.0
337.0
P02:Motor1
(Capacity)
A11:Motor2
(Capacity)
P03:Motor1
(Rated current)
A12:Motor2
(Rated current)
[HP]
0.25
0.50
1.00
2.00
3.00
5.00
7.50
10.00
15.00
20.00
25.00
30.00
40.00
50.00
60.00
75.00
100.00
125.00
7.50
10.00
15.00
20.00
25.00
30.00
40.00
50.00
60.00
75.00
100.00
125.00
150.00
[A]
1.40
2.00
3.00
5.80
7.90
12.6
18.6
25.3
37.3
49.1
60.0
72.4
91.0
115.0
137.0
174.0
226.0
268.0
18.6
25.3
37.3
49.1
60.0
72.4
91.0
115.0
137.0
174.0
226.0
268.0
337.0
5-5
*1 *2
*1
P06:Motor1
P07:Motor1
(No-load current)
(%R1 setting)
A15:Motor2
A16:Motor2
(No-load current)
(%R1 setting)
[A]
1.12
1.22
1.54
2.80
3.57
4.78
6.23
8.75
12.7
9.20
16.7
19.8
13.6
18.7
20.8
28.6
37.4
29.8
6.23
8.75
12.7
9.20
16.7
19.8
13.6
18.7
20.8
28.6
37.4
29.8
90.4
[%]
11.02
6.15
3.96
4.29
3.15
3.34
2.65
2.43
2.07
2.09
1.75
1.90
1.82
1.92
1.29
1.37
1.08
1.05
2.65
2.43
2.07
2.09
1.75
1.90
1.82
1.92
1.29
1.37
1.08
1.05
0.96
*1
P08:Motor1
(%X setting)
A17:Motor2
(%X setting)
[%]
13.84
8.80
8.86
7.74
20.81
23.57
28.91
30.78
29.13
29.53
31.49
32.55
25.32
24.87
26.99
27.09
23.80
22.90
28.91
30.78
29.13
29.53
31.49
32.55
25.32
24.87
26.99
27.09
23.80
22.90
21.61
Function code
*1 *2
*2
Inverter type
F11:Electric
thermal1(Level)
E34:OL1
function(Level)
E37:OL2
function(Level)
A07:Electric thermal
overload relay
for motor2
(Level)
P02:Motor1
(Capacity)
A11:Motor2
(Capacity)
P03:Motor1
(Rated current)
A12:Motor2
(Rated current)
*1 *2
P06:Motor1
P07:Motor1
(No-load current)
(%R1 setting)
A15:Motor2
A16:Motor2
(No-load current)
(%R1 setting)
460V P11S
460V G11S
[A]
[HP]
[A]
[A]
[%]
FRNF50G11S-4UX
1.00
0.50
1.00
0.61
6.15
FRN001G11S-4UX
1.50
1.00
1.50
0.77
3.96
FRN002G11S-4UX
2.90
2.00
2.90
1.40
4.29
FRN003G11S-4UX
4.00
3.00
4.00
1.79
3.15
FRN005G11S-4UX
6.30
5.00
6.30
2.39
3.34
FRN007G11S-4UX
9.30
7.50
9.30
3.12
2.65
FRN010G11S-4UX
12.7
10.00
12.7
4.37
2.43
FRN015G11S-4UX
18.7
15.00
18.7
6.36
2.07
FRN020G11S-4UX
24.6
20.00
24.6
4.60
2.09
FRN025G11S-4UX
30.0
25.00
30.0
8.33
1.75
FRN030G11S-4UX
36.2
30.00
36.2
9.88
1.90
FRN040G11S-4UX
45.5
40.00
45.5
6.80
1.82
FRN050G11S-4UX
57.5
50.00
57.5
9.33
1.92
FRN060G11S-4UX
68.7
60.00
68.7
10.40
1.29
FRN075G11S-4UX
86.9
75.00
86.9
14.30
1.37
FRN100G11S-4UX
113.0
100.00
113.0
18.70
1.08
FRN125G11S-4UX
134.0
125.00
134.0
14.90
1.05
FRN150G11S-4UX
169.0
150.00
169.0
45.20
0.96
FRN200G11S-4UX
231.0
200.00
231.0
81.80
0.72
FRN250G11S-4UX
272.0
250.00
272.0
41.10
0.71
FRN300G11S-4UX
323.0
300.00
323.0
45.10
0.53
FRN350G11S-4UX
375.0
350.00
375.0
68.30
0.99
FRN400G11S-4UX
429.0
400.00
429.0
80.70
1.11
FRN450G11S-4UX
481.0
450.00
481.0
85.50
0.95
FRN500G11S-4UX
534.0
500.00
534.0
99.20
1.05
FRN600G11S-4UX
638.0
600.00
638.0
140.00
0.85
FRN007P11S-4UX
9.30
7.50
9.30
3.12
2.65
FRN010P11S-4UX
12.7
10.00
12.7
4.37
2.43
FRN015P11S-4UX
18.7
15.00
18.7
6.36
2.07
FRN020P11S-4UX
24.6
20.00
24.6
4.60
2.09
FRN025P11S-4UX
30.0
25.00
30.0
8.33
1.75
FRN030P11S-4UX
36.2
30.00
36.2
9.88
1.90
FRN040P11S-4UX
45.5
40.00
45.5
6.80
1.82
FRN050P11S-4UX
57.5
50.00
57.5
9.33
1.92
FRN060P11S-4UX
68.7
60.00
68.7
10.40
1.29
FRN075P11S-4UX
86.9
75.00
86.9
14.30
1.37
FRN100P11S-4UX
113.0
100.00
113.0
18.70
1.08
FRN125P11S-4UX
134.0
125.00
134.0
14.90
1.05
FRN150P11S-4UX
169.0
150.00
169.0
45.20
0.96
FRN200P11S-4UX
231.0
200.00
231.0
81.80
0.72
FRN250P11S-4UX
272.0
250.00
272.0
41.10
0.71
FRN300P11S-4UX
323.0
300.00
323.0
45.10
0.53
FRN350P11S-4UX
375.0
350.00
375.0
68.30
0.99
FRN400P11S-4UX
429.0
400.00
429.0
80.70
1.11
FRN450P11S-4UX
481.0
450.00
481.0
85.50
0.95
FRN500P11S-4UX
534.0
500.00
534.0
99.20
1.05
FRN600P11S-4UX
638.0
600.00
638.0
140.00
0.85
FRN700P11S-4UX
756.0
700.00
756.0
164.00
1.02
FRN800P11S-4UX
870.0
800.00
870.0
209.00
1.17
note 1) The factory setting described on *1 is the value of Fuji standard induction motor 460V/50Hz/4-poles.
The factory setting described on *1 is NOT changed automatically even function code P01/A10 (motor poles) is
changed to excluding 4-poles.
note 2) The minimum units of the data *2 is as follows.
Current value
Minimum units
[A]
[A]
0.00 to 9.99
0.01
10.0 to 99.9
0.1
100 to 999
1
1000 to 9990
10
5-6
*1
*1
P08:Motor1
(%X setting)
A17:Motor2
(%X setting)
[%]
8.80
8.86
7.74
20.81
23.57
28.91
30.78
29.13
29.53
31.49
32.55
25.32
24.87
26.99
27.09
23.80
22.90
21.61
20.84
18.72
18.44
19.24
18.92
19.01
18.39
18.38
28.91
30.78
29.13
29.53
31.49
32.55
25.32
24.87
26.99
27.09
23.80
22.90
21.61
20.84
18.72
18.44
19.24
18.92
19.01
18.39
18.38
21.92
21.69
5-2 Function Explanation
F:Fundamental function
F00
Data protection
‹Setting can be made so that a set value cannot be
changed by keypad panel operation.
F 0
0 D A T A
Setting range
P R T C
Forward / Inverse operation
Related functions
E01 to E09
(Set values 19)
Forward operation
(set value: 1, 3, 4, 5)
Frequency setting value
Maximum frequency
0 : The data can be changed.
1 : The data cannot be changed.
[Setting procedure ]
0 to 1: Press the
STOP
and
∧
keys simultaneously
Inverse operation
(set value::6)
Set value:1,3
to change the value from 0 to 1, then press the
FUNC
DATA
to validate the change.
1 to 0: Press the
STOP
and
∨
-10
keys simultaneously
0
+10 [V]
Analog input terminal
[12] , [V2]
to change the value from 1 to 0, then press the
FUNC
DATA
key to validate the change.
F01
Frequency command 1
‹This function selects the frequency
setting method.
F 0
1 F R E Q
C M D 1
Related functions:
E01 to E09
(Set value 21)
Set value:4,5
- Maximum frequency
Related functions
E01 to E09
(Set values 17,18)
C30
0 : Setting by keypad panel operation ( ∧
∨ key)
1 : Setting by voltage input (terminal [12 ](0 to +10V)
+ terminal [V2](0 to +10V) )
2: Setting by current input (terminal [C1] (4 to 20mA)).
3: Setting by voltage input + current input (terminal [12]
+ terminal [C1] ) (-10 to +10V + 4 to 20mA).
4: Reversible operation with polarity ( terminal [12]
(-10 to +10V))
5: Reversible operation with polarity ( terminal [12]
+[V2]+[V1](Option) (-10 to +10V))
6: Inverse mode operation
Related functions:
(terminal [12] +[V2] (+10V to 0 ))
E01 to E09
7: Inverse mode operation
(Set value 21)
(terminal [C1] (20 to 4mA))
8: Setting by UP/DOWN control mode 1
(initial value = 0) (terminals [UP] and [DOWN]) Related functions:
9: Setting by UP/DOWN control mode 2
E01 to E09
(initial value =last final value)
(Set value 17,18)
(terminals [UP] and [DOWN])
See the function explanation of E01 to E09 for details.
Related functions:
10: Setting by pattern operation
C21to C28
See the function explanation C21 to C28 for details.
Forward operation
(set value: 2)
Frequency setting value
Maximum frequency
Inverse operation
(set value: 7)
0
0
4
20 [mA]
Analog input terminal
[C1]
F02
Operation method
‹This function sets the operation command input
method.
F
0
2 O P R
M E T H O D
Setting range 0: Key pad operation
(
FWD
Press the
REV
STOP
keys).
FWD
for forward operation.
Press the
REV
for reverse operation.
Press the
STOP
for deceleration to a stop.
Input from terminals [FWD] and [REV] is
ignored.
(LOCAL)
1: Terminal operation( STOP key active)
11: Setting by digital input or pulse train
* Optional. For details, see the instruction manual on options.
2: Terminal operation(
STOP
key inactive)
3: Terminal operation( STOP key active)
with Fuji start software.
4: Terminal operation( STOP key inactive)
with Fuji start software.
* - This function can only be changed when terminals FWD
and REV are open.
- REMOTE/LOCAL switching from the keypad panel
automatically changes the set value of this function.
- REMOTE/LOCAL can be changed by pressing the STOP
key and RESET key simultaneously.
5-7
[LE]
Frequency setting
F01
C30
Feedback
selection
[Hz2/Hz1]
H21
Frequency setting by keypad panel
∨
Frequency setting signals
[12]
Gain
Bias
C31
C32
Feedback filter
#4
+
#3
+
#2
Gain
[C1]
+
[V2]
Forward/
Reverse
operation
#7
+
F18
Inverse
Inverse
#5
+
PID control
Bias frequency
F17
#6
[V1]
H25
#0
∧
Negative polarity
prevention
H20
Operation selection
#1,#2,#3,#6,#7
H22
Proportional
H23
Integral
H24
Differential
#1,#5
+
Limit signal
Option
C33
Analog input filter
[IVS]
[UP]
[DOWN]
#8,#9
Limiter processing
UP/DOWN control
Maximum frequency
#11
D/I or pulse train (optional)
#10
Pattern operation control
Upper-limit frequency
switching
C05
C23
C06
C24
C07
C25
C08
H30
C14
C01
Multistep frequencies 1 to 15
JOG frequency
C16
C20
C17
C10
C28
C11
C18
[SS2]
[SS4]
C03
C04
Lower-limit frequency
C09
C27
C19
Switching
command
[SS8]
[JOG]
[Hz2/PID]
note) The numbers marked "#" means the setting value of each functions.
Frequency setting block diagram
5-8
Set
frequency
value
C02
C15
[SS1]
F15
Jump frequency
Set frequency value
by Link function
C13
C26
A01
Multistep frequency
C21
C12
C22
F03
F16
F03
Maximum
frequency 1
‹This function sets the maximum output frequency for
motor 1.
‹This is a function for motor 1.
F 0
3 M A X
H z
-
1
H z
-
Deceleration time 1
7 A C C
8 D E C
T
T
I
I
M E 1
M E 1
Setting range Acceleration time 1: 0.01 to 3,600 seconds
Deceleration time 1: 0.01 to 3,600 seconds
Acceleration and deceleration times are represented by
the three most significant digits, thereby the setting of
three high-order digits can be set.
Set acceleration and deceleration times with respect to
maximum frequency. The relationship between the set
frequency value and acceleration/deceleration times is
as follows:
1
Setting range G11S: 25 to 400Hz
P11S: 25 to 120Hz
Note: When the set value of base frequency 1 is higher
than that of maximum output frequency 1, the output
voltage does not increase to the rated voltage because
the maximum frequency limits the output frequency.
Set frequency = maximum frequency
The actual operation time matches the set value.
FWD
STOP
Output frequency
Output
voltage
F08
F 0
F 0
‹This function sets the maximum output frequency in the
constant-torque range of motor 1 or the output
frequency at the rated output voltage. Match the rating
of the motor.
‹This is a function for motor 1.
4 B A S E
Acceleration time 1
‹This function sets the acceleration time for the output
frequency from startup to maximum frequency and the
deceleration time from maximum frequency to operation
stop.
Setting range G11S: 50 to 400 Hz
P11S: 50 to 120Hz
Setting a value higher than the rated value of the device
to be driven may damage the motor or machine.
Match the rating of the device.
F04
Base frequency 1
F 0
F07
Constant-torque range
F06 Maximum
output voltage 1
Maximum frequency
Set frequency
F05 Rated voltage 1
Time
Acceleration time
Output frequency
0
F05
F04 Base
frequency 1
F03 Maximum
output frequency
-
1
230 V series: 0, 80 to 240V
460 V series: 0, 320 to 480V
Value 0 terminates operation of the voltage regulation
function, thereby resulting in the output of a voltage
proportional to the supply voltage.
Note: When the set value of rated voltage 1 exceeds
maximum output voltage 1, the output voltage does not
increase to the rated voltage because the maximum
output voltage limits the output voltage.
Maximum
V
-
Time
Deceleration
operation time
Acceleration time
Deceleration time
Note: If the set acceleration and deceleration times are
too short even though the resistance torque and moment
of inertia of the load are great, the torque limiting function
or stall prevention function becomes activated, thereby
prolonging the operation time beyond that stated above.
voltage 1
‹This function sets the maximum value of the voltage
output for motor 1. Note that a voltage higher than the
supply (input) voltage cannot be output.
‹This is a function for motor 1.
6 M A X
Set frequency
Acceleration
operation time
Setting range
F06
Maximum frequency
Output frequency
V
STOP
FWD
‹This function sets the rated value of the voltage output
to motor 1. Note that a voltage greater than the supply
(input) voltage cannot be output.
‹This is a function for motor 1.
F 0
Set frequency < maximum frequency
The actual operation time differs from the set value.
Acceleration(deceleration) operation time = set value x
(set frequency/maximum frequency)
Rated voltage 1
F 0 5 R A T E D
Deceleration time
1
Setting range
230 V series: 80 to 240V
460 V series: 320 to 480V
Note: When the set value of rated voltage 1 (F05) to "0",
this function is invalid.
5-9
F09
<Constant torque>
Torque boost 1
‹This is a function for motor 1. The following can be
selected:
F 0 9 T R Q
B O O S T 1
Output voltage V
-- Selection of load characteristics such as automatic
torque boost, square law reduction torque load,
proportional torque load, constant torque load.
-- Enhancement of torque (V/f characteristics), which is
lowered during low-speed operation. Insufficient
magnetic flux of the motor due to a voltage drop in the
low-frequency range can be compensated.
Setting range Characteristics selected
Automatic torque boost characteristic
0.0
#20.0
1.0 to 1.9
2.0 to 20.0
0
100%
Output voltage V
Base
frequency 1
#0.9
17%
0
100%
#0.1
Output frequency f
Rated voltage 1
17%
Output frequency f
<Constant torque>
Output voltage V
Rated voltage 1
100%
#20.0
23%
F12
Electric thermal O/L relay (Thermal time constant)
Operation level current (%)
Base
frequency 1
#0.1
Output frequency f
0 E L C T R N
1 O L
O L 1
L E V E L 1
(%)
Output voltage V
Rated voltage 1
#0.9
0
(level)
Output frequency f
Output voltage V
18%
Electric thermal O/L relay
The setting range is 20 to 135% of the rated current of the
inverter.
‹Torque characteristics(40HP or above)
<Square law reduction torque> <Proportional torque>
100%
F11
F 1
Base
#2.0 frequency 1
0
( select)
Set value 0: Inactive
1: Active (for general-purpose motor)
2: Active (for inverter motor)
‹This function sets the operation level (current value) of
the electronic thermal. Enter a value from 1 to 1.1
times the current rating value of the motor.
‹The set value "2" is set for the inverter motor because
there is no cooling effect decrease by the rotational
speed.
#1.0
0
Electric thermal O/L relay
F 1
Base
frequency 1
#1.9
F10
The electronic thermal O/L relay manages the output
frequency, output current, and operation time of the
inverter to prevent the motor from overheating when
150% of the set current value flows for the time set by
F12 (thermal time constant).
‹This is a function for motor 1.
‹This function specifies whether to operate the
electronic thermal O/L relay and selects the target
motor. When a general-purpose motor is selected,
the operation level is lowered in the low speed range
according to the cooling characteristics of the motor.
‹Torque characteristics(30HP or less)
<Square law reduction torque> <Proportional torque>
Rated voltage 1
Output frequency f
Note: As a large torque boost value creates overexcitation
in the low-speed range, continued operation may cause
the motor to overheating. Check the characteristics of the
driven motor.
Constant torque (linear change)
Output voltage V
Base
#2.0 frequency 1
10%
where the torque boost value of a constant
torque load (a linear change) is
automatically adjusted.
The motor tuning (P04 / A13) should be set
to "2" for this function is valid.
Square law reduction torque for fan and
pump loads.
Proportional torque for middle class loads
between square law reduction torque and
constant torque (linear change)
0.1 to 0.9
Rated voltage 1
100%
100%
Rated voltage 1
Base
frequency 1
#1.9
18%
0
#1.0
W hen F10 = 2
100
95
90
85
69
54
30toto60HP
45kW
40
(W hen
(When
F10F10
= 1)= 1 )
0.25
0.2toto30HP
22kW
(When
F10F10
= 1) = 1 )
(W hen
fe= fb
(fb< 60Hz)
60Hz (fb≥ 60Hz)
fb:Base frequency
Output frequency f
fe
Output frequency f0 (Hz)
Operation level current and output frequency
Fe x 0.33
5-10
Fe x 0.83
Operation level current (%)
F13
75HP
125HP
110kWto or
above
(%)
100
90
85
This function controls the frequent use and continuous
operating time of the braking resistor to prevent the
resistor from overheating.
Related functions:
U59
F 1 3 D B R
O L
(W hen F10 = 1)
53
fb
(fb< 60Hz)
60Hz (fb≥ 60Hz)
fb:Base frequency
fe=
Electric thermal O/L relay (for breaking resistor)
Inverter capacity
G11S: 10HP or less
fe
Output frequency f0 (Hz)
Operation level current and output frequency
Fe x 0.33
150HP
110kW ororabove
above
(%)
Operation level current (%)
Fe x 0.83
100
90
85
G11S: 15HP or more
P11S: 20HP or more
53
fb
(fb< 60Hz)
60Hz (fb≥ 60Hz)
fb:Base frequency
fe
Output frequency f0 (Hz)
Operation level current and output frequency
Fe x 0.33
Fe x 0.83
‹The time from when 150% of the operation level
current flows continuously to when he electronic
thermal O/L relay activates can be set.
The setting range is 0.5 to 75.0 minutes (in 0.1
minute steps).
F 1
2 T
I
M E
C N S T 1
Current-Operation tim e Characteristics
20
Operation time(min)
15
10
changed by F12
5
F12=10
F12=5
F12=0.5
0
0
50
100
150
0: Inactive
‹When the setting value is selected to "2", the type of
braking resistor and connection circuit are set by U59.
The details are referred to the function : U59.
(W hen F10 = 1)
fe=
P11S: 15HP or less
Operation
0: Inactive
1: Active (built-in braking resistor)
2: Active
(DB***-2C/4C external braking resistor)
0: Inactive
2: Active
(DB***-2C/4C external braking resistor)
200
(output current/operation level current)
x 100(%)
5-11
F14
Restart mode after momentary power failure
‹This function selects operation if a momentary power failure occurs.
The function for detecting power failure and activating protective operation (i.e., alarm output, alarm display, inverter
output cutoff) for undervoltage can be selected. The automatic restart function (for automatically restarting a coasting
motor without stopping) when the supply voltage is recovered can also be selected.
‹When setting value is selected "2" or "3", both integration constant and the proportional constant during operation
ride-though can be adjusted by the function code : U23 and U24. The details are referred to the function code : U23 and
U24.
Related functions:
F 1 4 R E S T A R T
U23, U24
Setting range: 0 to 5
The following table lists the function details.
Set
value
0
Function name
Operation at power failure
Inactive
(immediate inverter trip)
If undervoltage is detected, the drive will immediately trip and
an undervoltage fault (LU) is displayed. The drive output
stops and the motor will coast to a stop.
If undervoltage is detected, the drive output stops and the
motor will immediately coast to a stop. A drive fault is not
activated
1
Inactive
(inverter trip at recovery)
2
Inactive
(inverter
trip
after
deceleration to a stop at
Note1
power failure)
3
Active
(operation ride through,
Note1
for high-inertia loads)
4
Active
(restart
with
the
frequency
at
power
Note1
failure)
Active
(restart with the start
frequency, for low-inertia
Note1
loads)
5
Operation at power recovery
The drive operation is not automatically
restarted. Input a reset command and
operation command to restart operation.
An undervoltage fault (LU) is activated at
power recovery. Drive operation is not
automatically restarted. Input a reset
command to restart operation.
When the DC bus voltage reaches the continue operation The drive operation is not automatically
voltage level (H15), a controlled deceleration to a stop occurs. restarted. Input a reset command and
The inverter collects the inertia energy of the load to maintain operation command to restart operation.
the DC bus voltage and controls the motor until it stops, then
an undervoltage fault (LU) is activated.
The drive will automatically decrease the deceleration time if
necessary. If the amount of inertia energy from the load is
small, and the undervoltage level is achieved before the motor
stops, the undervoltage fault is immediately activated and the
motor will coast to a stop.
When the DC bus voltage reaches the continue operation Operation is automatically restarted.
voltage level (H15), energy is collected from the inertia of the For power recovery during ride-through the
load to maintain the DC bus voltage and extend the ride drive will accelerate directly to the original
through time. The drive will automatically adjust the frequency. If undervoltage is detected,
deceleration rate to maintain DC bus voltage level. If operation automatically restarts with the
undervoltage is detected, the protective function is not frequency at the time that the undervoltage
activated, but drive output stops and the motor coast to a stop. is detected.
If undervoltage is detected, the protective function is not Operation is automatically restarted with
activated. The drive output stops and the motor will coast to a the frequency at power failure.
stop.
If undervoltage is detected, the protective function is not Operation is automatically restarted with
activated, but output stops.
the frequency set by F23, "Starting
frequency."
Note1) When the function code H18(Torque control) is excluding "0" and Motor 1 is selected, the inverter will trip at power
recovery if function code F14 is set to between "2" and "5". This operation is same as F14 is set to "1".
Function codes H13 to H16 are provided to control a restarting operation after momentary power failure. These functions
should be understood and used. The pick-up (speed search) function can also be selected as a method of restarting when
power is recovered following a momentary failure. (For setting details, see function code H09.)
The pick-up function searches for the speed of the coasting motor to restart the motor without subjecting it to excessive shock.
In a high-inertia system, the reduction in motor speed is minimal even when the motor is coasting. A speed searching time is
required when the pick-up function is active. In such a case, the original frequency may be recovered sooner when the function
is inactive and the operation restarted with the frequency prior to the momentary power failure.
The pick-up function works in the range of 5 to 100 Hz. If the detected speed is outside this range, restart the motor using the
regular restart function.
• Automatically restart could be provided at power recovered, if "Restart mode after
WARNING
momentary power failure" is valid.
• The machine should be designed to securing the human safe even restarting.
Accident may result.
5-12
Power failure
Power failure
Power recovery
Set value : 3
Set value : 0
Main circuit DC
voltage
Power recovery
H15
Operation continuation level
Main circuit DC
voltage
Under voltage
Time
Output
frequency
Output
frequency
(motor speed)
LV trip
ON
LV trip
Set value : 1
Main circuit DC
voltage
Output
(terminals
Y1 to Y5)
Under voltage
Set value : 4
Time
Output
frequency
LV trip
Set value : 2
ON
H15
Operation continuation level
Main circuit DC
voltage
Output
frequency
Under voltage
Synchronization
H13:Waiting time
(motor speed)
Main circuit DC
voltage
Acceleration
LV trip
Time
Output
frequency
LV trip
Output
(terminals
Y1 to Y5)
ON
Set value : 5
Main circuit DC
voltage
ON
Output
frequency
Under voltage
H13:Waiting time
(motor speed)
LV trip
Output
(terminals
Y1 to Y5)
Note : Dotted-dashed lines indicate motor speed.
5-13
F15
Frequency limiter
(High)
F18
F16
Frequency limiter
(Low)
‹This function sets the upper and lower limits for the
setting frequency .
F 1
F 1
5 H
6 L
L
L
I
I
M
M
I
I
Bias frequency
‹This function adds a bias frequency to the set
frequency value to analog input.
F 1
T E R
T E R
8 F R E Q
B
I
A S
Setting range G11S: -400.0 to +400.0Hz
P11S: -120.0 to +120.0Hz
The operation follows the figure below.
When the bias frequency is higher than the maximum
frequency or lower than the - maximum frequency, it is
limited to the maximum or - maximum frequency.
Bias frequency
Set frequency value
(when positive)
Setting range G11S: 0 to 400Hz
P11S: 0 to 120Hz
Set frequency
+ Maximum frequency
+Maximum
frequency
Upper limit value
-100%
Lower limit value
Lower limit value
-10
+100%
Upper limit value
Set frequency
‹This function sets the rate of the set frequency value
to analog input.
F 1 7 F R E Q
G A I N
Set frequency value
F20
DC brake
(starting frequency)
F21
DC brake
(Braking level)
F22
DC brake
(Braking time)
Setting range: 0 to 60Hz
‹Operation level: This function sets the output current
level when a DC injection brake is applied. Set a
percentage of inverter rated output current in 1% steps.
F 2 1 D C
B R K
L V L
200%
100%
50%
4
Bias frequency
(when negative)
‹Starting frequency: This function sets the frequency
with which to start a DC injection brake to decelerate
the motor to a stop.
F 2 0 D C
B R K
H z
Operation follows the figure below.
0
Analog input
+10V terminal 12
20mA terminal C1
※ Reversible operation is valid if the function code
F01/C30 is set to "4" or "5" only.
※ This function is invalid if PID control is selected(H20 is
"1" or "2").
Gain
-10
20[mA]
-Maximum
frequency
※ The inverter output starts with the start frequency when
operation begins, and stops with the stop frequency
when operation ends.
※ If the upper limit value is less than the lower limit value,
the upper limit value overrides the lower limit value.
※ When lower limit value is set, the inverter operates with
lower limit value at operation command is "ON" even
frequency command is zero(0Hz).
+Maximum
frequency
+10[V]
4
- Maximum frequency
F17
0
Analog input
+10V terminal 12
20[mA] 20mA terminal C1
+10[V]
Setting range G11S: 0 to 100%
P11S: 0 to 80%
‹Time: This function sets the time of a DC injection
brake operation.
F 2 2 D C
B R K
t
Setting range 0.0: Inactive
0.1 to 30.0 seconds
CAUTION
-Maximum
frequency
Do not use the inverter brake function for
mechanical holding.
Injury may result.
5-14
Starting frequency
F24
Start frequency
F25
(frequency)
(Holding time)
Stop frequency
The starting frequency can be set to reserve the torque at
startup and can be sustained until the magnetic flux of the
motor is being established.
‹Frequency: This function sets the frequency at startup.
F 2
3 S T A R T
H z
Setting range: 0.1 to 60Hz
‹Holding time: This function sets the holding time
during which the start frequency is sustained at startup.
F 2
4 H O L D
I
N G
t
Set values: 0.1 to 10.0 seconds
∗The holding time does not apply at the time of switching
between forward and reverse.
∗The holding time is not included in the acceleration time.
∗The holding time also applies when pattern operation
(C21) is selected. The holding time is included in the
timer value.
F27
5 S T O P
F 2
FMA
(voltage adjust)
F31
FMA
(function)
Monitor data (e.g.,output frequency, output current) can
be output to terminal FMA as a DC voltage. The amplitude
of the output can also be adjusted.
‹This function adjusts the voltage value of the monitor
item selected in F31 when the monitor amount is 100%.
A value from 0 to 200 (%) can be set in 1% steps.
F 3 0 F M A
V - A D J
Setting range: 0 to 200%
The operation does not start when the starting frequency
is less than the stopping frequency or when the setting
frequency is less than the stopping frequency.
(carrier frequency)
‹This function adjusts the carrier frequency, correct
adjustment of which prevents resonance with the
machine system, reduces motor and inverter noise, and
also reduces leakage current from output circuit wiring.
F 2 6 M T R
S O U N D
P11
Carrier frequency
Motor noise
Output current waveform
Leakage current
Noise occurrence
F30:0%
100%
‹This function selects the monitor item to be output to
terminal FMA.
F 3 1 F M A
F U N C
Time
Nominal applied motor
75HP or less
100HP or more
30HP or less
40HP to 100HP
125HP or more
F30:50%
5V
50%
Starting frequency
Stopping frequency
Motor sound
F30:200%
F30:100%
Higher than 10V
10V
Forward rotation
Holding time
G11
T O N E
F30
Setting range: 0.0 to 60.0Hz
F26
7 M T R
Setting range: 0 , 1, 2 , 3
H z
Output frequency
(sound tone)
‹The tone of motor noise can be altered when the carrier
frequency is 7kHz or lower. Use this function as
required.
‹This function sets the frequency at stop.
F 2
Motor sound
FMA terminal output
voltage
F23
Setting range
0.75 to 15kHz
0.75 to 10kHz
0.75 to 15kHz
0.75 to 10kHz
0.75 to 6kHz
Low
High
Bad
Small amount
Extremely low
High
Low
Good
Large amount
High
Notes:
1. Reducing the set value adversely affects the output
current waveform (i.e., higher harmonics), increases motor
loss, and raises motor temperature. For example, at
0.75kHz, reduce the motor torque by about15%.
2 Increasing the set value increases inverter loss and raises
inverter temperature.
5-15
Set
value
0
Monitor item
Definition of 100% monitor amount
Output frequency 1
(before slip compensation)
Maximum output frequency
Maximum output frequency
2
Output frequency 2
(after slip compensation)
Output current
3
Output voltage
4
5
6
7
8
Output torque
Load rate
Power consumption
PID feedback amount
PG feedback amount
(only when option is installed)
9
DC link circuit voltage
1
Rated output current of
inverter x 2
230V series: 250V
460V series: 500V
Rated torque of motor x 2
Rated load of motor x 2
Rated output of inverter x 2
Feedback amount of 100%
Synchronous
speed
at
maximum frequency
230V series: 500V
460V series: 1,000V
10
Universal AO
0 to 10V output
through
communication and not related to
inverter operation.
※The power consumption shows "0" during regenerative load.
F33
FMP
(pulse rate)
F34
FMP
F35
FMP terminal
F36
(voltage adjust)
(function)
Monitor data (e.g.,output frequency, output current) can
be output to terminal FMP as pulse voltage. Monitor
data can also be sent to an analog meter as average
voltage.
When sending data to a digital counter or other instrument
as pulse output, set the pulse rate in F33 to any value and
the voltage in F34 to 0%.
When data is sent to an analog meter or other instrument
as average voltage, the voltage value set in F34
determines the average voltage and the pulse rate in F33
is fixed to 2670 (p/s).
Set
value
0
1
3 F M P
Operation
At normal 30A - 30C: OFF, 30B - 30C: ON
At abnormal 30A - 30C: ON, 30B - 30C:OFF
At normal 30A - 30C:ON, 30B - 30C: OFF
At abnormal 30A - 30C: OFF, 30B - 30C: ON
‹When the set value is 1, contacts 30A and 30C are
connected when the inverter control voltage is
established (about one second after power on).
‹When the power is off, contacts 30A and 30C are OFF;
30B and 30C are ON.
‹This function sets the pulse frequency of the monitor
item selected in F35 within a range of 300 to 6000 (p/s)
in 1 p/s steps.
F 3
30Ry operation mode
‹This function specifies whether to activate (excite) the
alarm output relay (30Ry) for any fault at normal or
alarm status.
F 3 6 3 0 R Y
M O D E
30
30A
P U L S E S
30B
Setting range: 300 to 6,000 p/s
30C
T1
About 15.6V
0V
VL:0.5VMAX
T
Pulse cycle time
The output terminal of the FMP terminal is composed of
the transistor, therefore there is a saturation voltage
(0.5VMAX). When using in the analogue by the filter
processing the pulse voltage, it should be make a 0V
adjustment by external equipment.
‹This function sets the average voltage of pulse output to
terminal FMP.
4 F M P
V
-
A D J
Setting range
0%:
The pulse rate varies depending on the
monitor amount of the monitor item
selected in F35. (The maximum value is
the value set in F33. The pulse duty is fixed
at 50%.)
1 to 200%: Pulse rate is fixed at 2,670 p/s. The
average voltage of the monitor item
selected in F35 when the monitor amount is
100% is adjusted in the 1 to 200% range
(1% steps).
(The pulse duty varies.)
5 F M P
(driving)
F41
Torque limiter 1
(braking)
Related functions:
U01, U60
F 4
F 4
‹This function selects the monitor item to be output to
terminal FMP.
F 3
Torque limiter 1
‹The torque limit operation calculates motor torque from
the output voltage, current and the primary resistance
value of the motor, and controls the frequency so the
calculated value does not exceed the limit. This
operation enables the inverter to continue operation
under the limit even if a sudden change in load torque
occurs.
‹Select limit values for the driving torque and braking
torque.
‹When this function is activated, acceleration and
deceleration operation times are longer than the set
values.
‹The motor tuning (P04 / A13) should be set to "2" for
this function is valid.
‹The increase frequency upper bound during torque limit
operation is set by function code : U01.
‹When the setting value is selected "0" (prevent OU trip),
the operation mode is selected by function code : U60.
The details are referred to the functions : U01, U60.
Pulse frequency (p/s) = 1/T
Duty (%) = T1/T x 100
Average voltage (V) = 15.6 x T1/T
F 3
F40
Function
Torque
limit
(driving)
F U N C
The set value and monitor items are the same as those
of F31.
Torque
limit
(braking)
0 D R V
1 B R K
Setting range
G11S:20% to 200%
P11S:20% to 150%
Operation
The torque is limited to the set
value.
999
G11S:20% to 200%
P11S:20% to 150%
Torque limiting inactive
The torque is limited to the set
value.
0
Prevents OU trip due to
power regeneration effect
automatically.
Torque limiting inactive
999
5-16
T R Q 1
T R Q 1
WARNING
When the torque limit function is selected, an operation
may not match the set acceleration and deceleration time
or set speed. The machine should be so designed that
safety is ensured even when operation does not match
set values.
Accident may result.
WARNING
The frequency may be stagnated / not decelerate when
using the automatically OU trip prevention and set the
frequency limit(Low) to the setting frequency or less.
Accident may result.
F42
Torque vector control 1
‹This is a function for motor 1.
‹To obtain the motor torque most efficiently, the torque
vector control calculates torque according to load, to
adjust the voltage and current vectors to optimum
values based on the calculated value.
Related functions:
P01, P09
F 4
2 T R Q V
E C T O R 1
Set value
Operation
0
Inactive
1
Active
‹When 1 (Active) is set, the set values of the following
functions differ from the written values:
c F09 Torque boost 1
Automatically set to 0.0 (automatic torque boosting).
d P09 Slip compensation amount Slip compensation is
automatically activated.
When 0.0 is set, the amount of slip compensation for
the FUJI standard 3-phase motor is applied. Otherwise,
the written value is applied.
‹Use the torque vector control function under the
following conditions:
c There must be only one motor.
Connection of two or more motors makes accurate
control difficult.
dThe function data (rated current P03, no-load current
P06, %R1 P07, and %X P08) of motor 1 must be
correct.
When the standard FUJI 3-phase motor is used, setting
the capacity (function P02) ensures entry of the above
data. An auto tuning operation should be performed for
other motors.
eThe rated current of the motor must not be significantly
less than the rated current of the inverter. A motor two
ranks lower in capacity than the nominal applied motor
for the inverter should be used at the smallest
(depending on the model).
fTo prevent leakage current and ensure accurate control,
the length of the cable between the inverter and motor
should not exceed 164ft(50m).
gWhen a reactor is connected between the inverter and
the motor and the impedance of the wiring cannot be
disregarded, use P04, "Auto tuning," to rewrite data.
If these conditions are not satisfied, set 0 (Inactive).
5-17
E:Extension Terminal Functions
X1 Terminal function
E09
X9 Terminal function
Multistep frequency selection [SS1][SS2][SS4][SS8]
~
~
E01
The frequency can be switched to a preset frequency in
function codes C05 to C19 by switching the external digital
input signal. Assign values 0 to 3 to the target digital input
terminal. The combination of input signals determines the
frequency.
‹Each function of digital input terminals X1 to X9 can be
set as codes.
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
Set value
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
U
U
U
U
U
U
U
U
U
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
Combination of set
value input signals
3
2
1
0
[SS4]
[SS2]
[SS1]
off
off
off
off
off
off
off
off
on
on
on
on
on
on
on
on
off
off
off
off
on
on
on
on
off
off
off
off
on
on
on
on
off
off
on
on
off
off
on
on
off
off
on
on
off
off
on
on
off
on
off
on
off
on
off
on
off
on
off
on
off
on
off
on
Assigned by F01 or C30
C05 MULTI Hz-1
C06 MULTI Hz-2
Related function
C07 MULTI Hz-3
C05 to C19
C08 MULTI Hz-4
C09 MULTI Hz-5
C10 MULTI Hz-6
Setting range
C11 MULTI Hz-7
C12 MULTI Hz-8
C13 MULTI Hz-9
C14 MULTI Hz-10
C15 MULTI Hz-11
C16 MULTI Hz-12
C17 MULTI Hz-13
C18 MULTI Hz-14
C19 MULTI Hz-15
The acceleration and deceleration time can be switched to
a preset time in function codes E10 to E15 by switching the
external digital input signal. Assign values 4 and 5 to the
target digital input terminal. The combination of input
signals determines the acceleration and deceleration times.
Combination of
set value input
Acceleration and deceleration times selected
signals
5
4
[RT2]
[RT1]
off
off
off
on
on
off
on
on
F07 ACC TIME1
F08 DEC TIME1
E10 ACC TIME2
E11 DEC TIME2
E12 ACC TIME3
E13 DEC TIME3
E14 ACC TIME4
E15 DEC TIME4
Setting range
0.01 to 3600s
Related function
F07~F08
E10~E15
3-wire operation stop command [HLD]
This selection is used for 3-wire operation. The FWD or
REV signal is self-held when [HLD] is on, and the self-hold
is cleared when [HLD] is turned off. To use this [HLD]
terminal function, assign 6 to the target digital input
terminal.
FW D
Forward
rotation
ON
HLD
Reverse
rotation
Ignore
d
REV
5-18
G11S:0.00 to 400.00Hz
P11S:0.00 to 120.00Hz
Acceleration and deceleration time selection [RT1][RT2]
Output
frequency
Function
0,1,2,3 Multistep frequency selection (1 to 15 steps) [SS1],[SS2],[SS4],[SS8]
Acceleration and deceleration time selection (3 steps) [RT1],[RT2]
4,5
Self-hold selection [HLD]
6
Coast-to-stop command [BX]
7
Alarm reset [RST]
8
External alarm [THR]
9
Jogging [JOG]
10
Frequency setting 2/frequency setting 1 [Hz2/Hz1]
11
Motor 2/motor 1 [M2/M1]
12
DC injection brake command [DCBRK]
13
Torque limit 2/torque limit 1 [TL2/TL1]
14
Switching operation from line to inverter (50Hz) [SW50]
15
Switching operation from line to inverter (60Hz) [SW60]
16
UP command [UP]
17
DOWN command [DOWN]
18
Edit permission command (data change permission) [WE-KP]
19
PID control cancellation [Hz/PID]
20
Forward/inverse switching (terminals 12 and C1) [IVS]
21
Interlock (52-2) [IL]
22
Torque control cancellation [Hz/TRQ]
23
Link operation selection (Standard:RS-485, Option: BUS) [LE]
24
Universal DI [U-DI]
25
Start characteristics selection [STM]
26
PG-SY enable ( Option ) [PG/Hz]
27
Synchronization command ( Option ) [SYC]
28
Zero speed command with PG option [ZERO]
29
Forced stop command [STOP1]
30
Forced stop command with Deceleration time 4 [STOP2]
31
Pre-exiting command with PG option [EXITE]
32
Line speed control Cancellation [Hz/LSC]
33
Line speed frequency memory [LSC-HLD]
34
Frequency setting 1 / Frequency setting 2 [Hz1/Hz2]
35
Note: Data numbers which are not set in the functions
from E01 to E09, are assumed to be inactive.
[SS8]
Frequency selected
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
Coast-to-stop command [BX]
When BX and P24 are connected, inverter output is cut off
immediately and the motor starts to coast-to-stop. An
alarm signal is neither output nor self-held. If BX and
P24 are disconnected when the operation command
(FWD or REV) is on, operation starts at the start
frequency. To use this BX terminal function, assign value
"7" to the target digital input terminal.
Forward
rotation
Output
Frequency
FWD
Forward
rotation
Ignored
ON
Forward
rotation
ON
ON
REV
ON
BX
ON
WARNING
- When the JOG command and operation command
(FWD/REV) are input at the same time, it can NOT be
changed to the JOG operation. It operates with setting
frequency.
- When the JOG operation is used, it should be input the
operation command after input the JOG command during
the inverter is STOP.
- When the JOG command and operation command are
input at the same time, the JOG command is assigned to
the "Multistep frequency selection (SS1 to SS8)" and used
it.
- The inverter can NOT be stopped and JOG operation is
continued even JOG command is OFF during JOG
operation. The inverter is deceleration to a stop if the
operation command is OFF.
Accident may result.
Alarm reset [RST]
Frequency setting 2/frequency setting 1 [Hz1/Hz2]
When an inverter trip occurs, connecting RST and P24
clears the alarm output (for any fault) ; disconnecting
them clears trip indication and restarts operation. To
use this RST terminal function, assign value "8" to the
target digital input terminal.
External fault [THR]
Disconnecting THR and P24 during operation cuts off
inverter output (i.e., motor starts to coast-to-stop) and
outputs alarm OH2, which is self-held internally and
cleared by RST input. This function is used to protect an
external brake resistor and other components from
overheating. To use this THR terminal function, assign
value "9" to the target digital input terminal. ON input is
assumed when this terminal function is not set.
Jogging operation[JOG]
This function is used for jogging (inching) operation to
position a work piece.
When JOG and P24 are
connected, the operation is performed with the jogging
frequency set in function code C20 while the operation
command (FWD-P24 or REV-P24) is on. To use this
JOG terminal function, assign value "10" to the target
digital input terminal.
Note: It is possible to change to the JOG operation by
keypad panel when keypad panel operation.
JOG
Input
Operation
command
(FWD/REV)
Operation
mode
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
STOP
RUN
STOP
RUN
STOP
RUN
STOP
RUN
JOG
OPR.
JOG
OPR.
NOR.
OPR.
This function switches the frequency setting method set in
function codes F01 and C30 by an external digital input
signal.
Set value input signal
Frequency setting method selected
11
F01 FREQ CMD1
off
C30 FREQ CMD2
on
Note: It can not be used with set value "35"
simultaneously. When the set value "11" and "35" are
selected, "Er6" is displayed.
Motor 2/motor 1 [M1/M2]
This function switches motor constants using an external
digital input signal.
This input is effective only when the operation command
to the inverter is off and operation has stopped and does
not apply to the operation at 0Hz.
Set value input signal
Related function
Motor selected
12
A01~A18
off
on
Motor 1
Motor 2
DC brake command [DCBRK]
When the external digital input signal is on, DC injection
braking starts when the inverter's output frequency drops
below the frequency preset in function code F20 after the
operation command goes off. (The operation command
goes off when the STOP key is pressed at keypad panel
operation and when both terminals FWD and REV go on
or off at terminal block operation.) The DC injection
braking continues while the digital input signal is on. In
this case, the longer time of the following is selected:
- The time set in function code F22.
- The time which the input signal is set on.
Set value input signal
Operation selected
13
No DC injection brake command is given.
off
A DC injection brake command is given.
on
NOR.
OPR.
5-19
Combination of set
value input signals
18
17
off
off
off
on
Torque limit 2/torque limit 1 [TL2/TL1]
This function switches the torque limit value set in
function codes F40 and F41, and E16 and E17 by an
external digital input signal.
Set value input signal
14
off
on
Torque limit
value selected
Related function
F40~F41
E16~E17
F40 DRV TRQ1
F41 BRK TRQ1
E16 DRV TRQ2
E17 BRK TRQ2
Setting range
DRV 20 to 200% ,999
BRK 0, 20 to 200% ,999
Switching operation between line and inverter (50Hz) [SW50]
Motor operation can be switched from 50Hz commercial
power operation to inverter operation without stopping the
motor by switching the external digital input signal.
Set value
input signal
15
off→on
on→off
Holds the output frequency.
Increases the output frequency
according to the acceleration time.
Decreases the output frequency
on
off
according to the deceleration time.
Holds the output frequency.
on
on
There are the two types of UP/DOWN operations as
shown below. Set the desired type by setting the
frequency (F01 or C30).
‹The data "8: UP/DOWN 1" is valid only when the Motor
2 is selected.
Frequency
Initial value
Operation command reentry
setting
at power
during deceleration
input on
(F01 or C30)
Operates at the frequency at reentry.
Function
Frequency
8
(UP/DOWN1)
Inverter operation to line operation (50Hz)
Line operation to inverter operation (50Hz)
Switching operation between line and inverter (60Hz) [SW60]
Motor operation can be switched from 60Hz commercial
power operation to inverter operation without stopping the
motor by switching the external digital input signal.
Set value
input signal
Function
16
Inverter operation to line operation (60Hz)
off→on
Line operation to inverter operation (60Hz)
on→off
‹When the digital input signal goes off, 50 or 60 Hz is
output according to the set value input signal after the
restart waiting time following a momentary power failure
(function code H13). The motor is then directed to
inverter operation.
Function selected
(when operation command is on)
0Hz
FWD
(REV)
ON
OFF
Returns to the frequency before
deceleration
9
(UP/DOWN2)
WARNING
- After the LU(Low Voltage) trip is occurred and reset it,
the inverter will automatically restart because the
operation command is kept by internal sequence.
Accident may result.
Previous
frequency
Frequency
FWD
(REV)
ON
OFF
Write enable for KEYPAD [WE-KP]
This function allows the data to be changed only when an
external signal is being input, thereby making it difficult to
change the data.
Function selected
19
Inhibit data changes.
off
Allow data changes.
on
Note:
If a terminal is set to value 19, the data becomes unable
to be changed. To change the data, turn on the terminal
and change the terminal setting to another number.
PID control cancel [Hz/PID]
UP command [UP]/DOWN command [DOWN]
When an operation command is input (on), the output
frequency can be increased or decreased by an external
digital input signal.
The change ranges from 0 to maximum frequency.
Operation in the opposite direction of the operation
command is not allowed.
Related function Related function
F01, C30
E01~E09
(set value: 11, 35)
5-20
The PID control can be disabled by an external digital
input signal.
Set value
Related function
input signal
Function selected
H20~H25
20
off
on
Enable PID control.
Disable PID control
(frequency setting from keypad panel).
Link enable (RS-485 standard, BUS) [LE]
Inverse mode changeover [IVS]
The analog input (terminals 12 and C1) can be switched
between forward and inverse operations by an external
digital input signal.
Set value
Related function
input signal Function selected
F01, C30
21
Forward operation when forward
operation is set and vice versa
Inverse operation when forward
on
operation is set and vice versa
‹This function is invalid when the PID control is
selected(H20: 1 or 2).
off
When a contactor is installed on the output side of the
inverter, the contactor opens at the time of a momentary
power failure, which hinders the reduction of the DC
circuit voltage and may prevent the detection of a power
failure and the correct restart operation when power is
recovered. The restart operation at momentary power
failure can be performed effectively with power failure
information provided by an external digital input signal.
on
Function selected
Related function
F14
No momentary power failure detection
operation by digital input
Momentary power failure detection
operation by digital input
Torque control cancel [Hz/TRQ]
When function code H18 (torque control function
selection) is set to be active (value 1 or 2), this operation
can be canceled externally
Assign value "23" to the target digital input terminal and
switch between operation and no operation in this input
signal state.
Set value
input signal
23
off
on
Function selected
Set value
input signal
24
off
on
Function selected
Related function
H30
Link command disabled.
Link command enabled.
Universal DI (U-DI)
Interlock signal (52-2) [IL]
Set value
input signal
22
off
Frequency and operation commands from the link can be
enabled or disabled by switching the external digital input
signal.
Select the command source in H30, "Link
function." Assign value "24" to the target digital input
terminal and enable or disable commands in this input
signal state.
Related function
H18
Torque control function active
The input voltage to terminal 12 is the
torque command value.
Torque control function inactive
The input voltage to terminal 12 is the
frequency command value.
PID feedback amount when PID control
operation is selected (H20 = 1 or 2).
WARNING
- The motor speed may be changed quickly when the
"Torque control cancel" is changed to ON or OFF
because of changing the control.
Accident may result.
Assigning value "25" to a digital input terminal renders the
terminal a universal DI terminal. The ON/OFF state of
signal input to this terminal can be checked through the
RS-485 and BUS option.
This input terminal is only used to check for an incoming
input signal through communication and does not affect
inverter operation.
Pick up start mode [STM]
The start characteristics function (pick-up mode) in
function code H09 can be enabled or disabled by
switching the external digital input signal. Assign value
"26" to the target digital input terminal and enable or
disable the function in this input signal state.
Set value
Related function
input signal
Function selected
H09
26
Start characteristic function disabled
off
Start characteristic function enabled
on
PG-SY enable ( Option ) [PG/Hz]
Zero speed command with PG option [ZERO]
Pre-exiting command with PG option [EXITE]
These functions are used for PG-Option or
SY-Option card. Refer to each instruction manual.
Forced stop command with Deceleration [STOP1]
Forced stop command with Deceleration time 4 [STOP2]
Normally this terminal should be “ON”, when this terminal
goes off during motor running, the motor decelerates to
stop, and outputs alarm “Er6 “. When the inverter is stop
by STOP1/STOP2 signal, the signal should be kept on
4ms or longer.
In case of terminal [STOP2], the deceleration time is
determined by E15( DEC TIME4).
This function is prioritized under any operation (Terminal.
Keypad, Communication...operation). However when the
torque limiter/regeneration avoidance at deceleration is
selected, the time which is set by deceleration time may
be longer.
FWD or REV
ON
[STOP1] or
[STOP2]
ON
Alarm
5-21
In case of [STOP2],
time is fixed by E15
(EDC TIME4)
Output
Frequency
ON
ON
Er6
Related functions
E01 to E09
(Set values:14)
Line speed control Cancellation [Hz/LSC]
Line speed frequency memory [LSC-HLD]
‹These functions are used for OPC-G11S-PG / PG2
and PGA. Refer to each instruction manual.
E
E
E
E
E
E
Frequency setting 1 / Frequency setting 2 [Hz1/Hz2]
‹This function switches the frequency setting method
set in function codes F01 and C30 by an external
digital input signal.
This is the reverse-logic of setting value
"11"(Frequency setting 2/Frequency setting 1
[Hz2/Hz1]).
1
1
1
1
1
1
Terminal X1
Terminal X2
Terminal X3
Terminal X4
Terminal X5
Terminal X6
Terminal X7
Terminal X8
Terminal X9
FWD
(REV)
E11
Deceleration time 2
E12
Acceleration time 3
E13
Deceleration time 3
E14
Acceleration time 4
E15
Deceleration time 4
T
T
T
T
T
T
I
I
I
I
I
I
M
M
M
M
M
M
E
E
E
E
E
E
2
2
3
3
4
4
Time
ON
ON
X2
ON
X3
P24
Maximum
frequency
Accel
time
1
Multistep frequency selection [SS1]
Multistep frequency selection [SS2]
Multistep frequency selection [SS4]
Multistep frequency selection [SS8]
Acceleration and deceleration selection [RT1]
Acceleration and deceleration selection [RT2]
Self-hold selection [HLD]
Coast-to-stop command [BX]
Alarm reset [RST]
Acceleration time 2
C
C
C
C
C
C
Operation
Setting at factory shipment
Description
E10
C
E
C
E
C
E
Output
frequency
Settings when shipped from the factory
Set
value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
A
D
A
D
A
D
‹Example: When 4 and 5 are set to terminals X2 and X3:
Set value input signal
Frequency setting method selected
35
C30 FREQ CMD2
off
F01 FREQ CMD1
on
Note: It can not be used with set value "11"
simultaneously. When the set value "11" and "35" are
selected, "Er6" is displayed.
Digital
input
0
1
2
3
4
5
Decel Accel
time
time
1
2
Decel Accel Decel
time
time
time
2
3
3
Accel
time
4
E16
Torque limiter 2 (driving)
E17
Torque limiter 2 (braking)
Decel
time
4
‹This function is used to switch the torque limit level set
in F40 and F41 by an external control signal. Input an
external signal by selecting any of the control input
terminals (X1 to X9) as torque limit 2/torque limit 1
(value 14) in E01 to E09.
‹The motor tuning (P04 / A13) should be set to "2" for
this function is valid.
‹Maximum compensation frequency during braking torque limit
is set by U01.
Related functions
U01
U60
‹The operation mode is set by U60 when the setting
value is "0%: Regeneration avoidance at deceleration".
The detail is referred to the U01, U60.
Related functions
E01~E09
(Set value: 14)
‹Acceleration time 1 (F07) and deceleration time 1 (F08)
as well as three other types of acceleration and
deceleration time can be selected.
‹The operation and setting ranges are the same as those
of acceleration time 1 and deceleration time 1. See
explanations for F07 and F08.
‹For switching acceleration and deceleration times, select
any two terminals from terminal X1 (function selection) in
E01 to terminal X9 (function selection) in E09 as
switching signal input terminals. Set "4" (acceleration
and deceleration time 1) and "5" (acceleration and
deceleration time 2) to the selected terminals and input a
signal to each terminal to switch acceleration and
deceleration times.
Switching is possible during
acceleration, deceleration, or constant-speed operation.
5-22
E 1
E 1
6 D R V
7 B R K
T R Q
T R Q
2
2
E24
Y5A and Y5C terminal function
Inverter running [RUN]
~
Y1 terminal function
~
E20
‹Some control and monitor signals can be selected and
output from terminals [Y1] to [Y5]. Terminals [Y1] to
[Y4] use transistor output; terminals[Y5A] and [Y5C]
use relay contacts.
E
E
E
E
E
2
2
2
2
2
0
1
2
3
4
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
1
2
3
4
5
F
F
F
F
F
U
U
U
U
U
N
N
N
N
N
"Running" means that the inverter is outputting a
frequency. “RUN” signal is output as when there is output
speed (frequency).
When the DC injection brake
function is active, “RUN” signal is off.
Frequency equivalence signal [FAR]
See the explanation of function code E30 (frequency
arrival [detection width]).
Frequency level detection [FDT1]
See the explanation of function codes E31 and E32
(frequency detection).
C
C
C
C
C
Undervoltage detection signal [LV]
Set
Output signal
value
0
Operating [RUN]
1
Frequency arrival [FAR]
2
Frequency detection [FDT1]
3
Stopping due to undervoltage [LV]
4
Torque polarity detection [B/D]
5
Torque limiting [TL]
6
Restarting after momentary power failure [IPF]
7
Overload early warning [OL1]
8
During keypad panel operation [KP]
9
Inverter stopping [STP]
10
Ready for operation [RDY]
11
Operation switching between line and inverter [SW88]
12
Operation switching between line and inverter [SW52-2]
13
Operation switching between line and inverter [SW52-1]
14
Motor 2 switching [SWM2]
15
Terminal AX function [AX]
16
Pattern operation stage change [TU]
17
Pattern operation cycle operation completed [TO]
18
Pattern operation stage number [STG1]
19
Pattern operation stage number [STG2]
20
Pattern operation stage number [STG4]
21
Alarm detail [AL1]
22
Alarm detail [AL2]
23
Alarm detail [AL4]
24
Alarm detail [AL8]
25
Cooling fan operating [FAN]
26
Retry function operating [TRY]
27
Universal DO [U-DO] ∗
28
Heat sink overheat early warning [OH]
Synchronization completed by synchronous operation card [SY] ∗
29
30
Life expectancy detection signal [LIFE]
31
2nd Freq. level detection [FDT2]
32
2nd OL level detection [OL2]
33
Terminal C1 off signal [C1OFF]
Speed existence signal [DNZS] ∗
34
35
Speed agreement signal [DSAG] ∗
36
PG error signal [PG-ABN] ∗
37
Torque limiting (Signal with delay) [TL2]
Note: For output signals marked "∗" are used for RS-485
communication, OPC-G11S-PG / PG2, PGA or
OPC-G11S-SY. Refer to each instruction manual.
5-23
If the undervoltage protective function activates, i.e.
when the main circuit DC voltage falls below the
undervoltage detection level, an ON signal is output. The
signal goes off when the voltage recovers and increases
above the detection level. The ON signal is retained
while the undervoltage protective function is activating.
Undervoltage detection level: 230V series: 200V, 460V
series: 400V.
Torque polarity [B/D]
This function determines the torque polarity calculated in
the inverter and outputs a signal indicating driving or
braking torque. An OFF signal is output for driving
torque; an ON signal is output for braking torque.
Torque limiting [TL]
When the torque limiting activates, the stall prevention
function is automatically activated to change the output
frequency. The torque limiting signal is output to lighten
the load, and also used to display overload conditions on
the monitor device. This ON signal is output during the
current or torque is limited or power regeneration is
prevented.
Auto-restarting
[IPF]
Following a momentary power failure, this function
reports the start of the restart mode, the occurrence of
an automatic pull-in, and the completion of the recovery
operation.
Following a momentary power failure, an ON signal is
output when power is recovered and a synchronization
(pull-in) operation is performed. The signal goes off
when the frequency (before power failure) is recovered.
For 0Hz restart at power recovery, no signal is output
because synchronization ends when power is recovered.
The frequency is not recovered to the frequency before
the power failure occurrence.
Overload early warning [OL1]
Before the motor stops by the trip operation of an
electronic thermal O/L relay, this function outputs an ON
signal when the load reaches the overload early warning
level.
Either the electronic thermal O/L relay early warning or
output current overload early warning can be selected.
For setting procedure, see “E33 Overload early warning
(operation selection)”, and "E34 Overload early warning
(operation level)."
Note: This function is effective for motor 1 only.
Keypad operation mode [KP]
An ON signal is output when operation command keys
( FWD , REV and STOP ) on the keypad panel can
be used (i.e., 0 set in "F02 Operation") to issue operation
and stop commands.
This signal is OFF when the function H30(Serial link) is
set to communication side.
Inverter stopping [STOP]
Alarm indication [AL1] [AL2] [AL4] [AL8]
This function reports the operating status of the inverter
protective function.
Alarm detail
Output terminal
(inverter protective function)
AL1 AL2 AL4 AL8
Overcurrent, ground fault, fuse blown
on off off off
Overvoltage
off on off off
Undervoltage shortage, input phase failure
on on off off
Motors 1 and 2 overload
off off on off
Inverter overload
on off on off
Heat sink overheating, inverter inside overheating
off on on off
External alarm input, braking resistor overheating
on on on off
Memory error, CPU error
off off off on
Keypad panel communication error, option communication error
on off off on
Option error
off on off on
Output wiring error
off off on on
RS-485 communication error
on off on on
Overspeed, PG disconnection
off on on on
In normal operation terminals do not output a signal.
This function outputs an inverted signal to Running
(RUN) to indicate zero speed. An ON signal is output
when the DC injection brake function is operating.
Ready output [RDY]
This function outputs an ON signal when the inverter is
ready to operate. The inverter is ready to operate when
the main circuit and control circuit power is established
and the inverter protective function is not activating.
About one second is required from power-on to ready for
operation in normal condition.
Line/Inv changeover [SW88] [SW52-2] [SW52-1]
To perform switching operation between the line and the
inverter, the sequence prepared in the inverter can be
used to select and output signals for opening and closing
the magnetic contactors connected to the inverter. As
the operation is complex, refer to technical
documentation for the FRENIC5000G11S series when
using this function.
As the sequence will operate automatically when SW88
or SW52-2 is selected, do not select when not using the
sequence.
Fan operation signal [FAN]
When used with "H06 Cooling fan ON/OFF control," this
function outputs a signal while the cooling fan is
operating.
Auto-resetting [TRY]
Motor 2 /Motor 1 [SWM2]
When a value of 1 or larger is set to "H04 Retry
operating," the signal is output while retry operation is
activating when the inverter protective function is
activated.
When a signal for switching to motor 2 is input from the
terminal selected by terminals [X1] to [X9], this function
selects and outputs the signal for switching the magnetic
contactor for the motor. As this switching signal is not
output during running including when the DC injection
braking function is operating, a signal must be re-input
after output stops.
Universal DO [U-DO]
Assigning value "27" to a transistor output terminal
renders the terminal a universal DO terminal.
This function enables ON/OFF through the RS-485 and
BUS option.
This function serves only to turn on and off the transistor
output through communication and is not related to
inverter operation.
Auxiliary terminal [AX]
When an operation (forward or reverse) command is
entered, this function outputs an ON signal. When a
stop command is entered, the signal goes off after
inverter output stops. When a coast-to-stop command
is entered and the inverter protective function operates,
the signal goes off immediately.
Overheat early warning [OH]
This function outputs a early warning signal when heat
sink temperature is (overheat detection level - 10℃) or
higher.
Time-up signal for pattern operation [TU]
When the pattern operation stage changes, this function
outputs a one-shot (100ms) ON signal to report a stage
change.
Life expectancy detection signal [LIFE]
Cycle completion signal for pattern operation [TO]
When the seven stages of a pattern operation are
completed, this function outputs a one-shot (100 ms) ON
signal to report the completion of all stages.
Stage No. indication for pattern operation [STG1] [STG2] [STG4]
During pattern operation, this function reports the stage
(operation process) being operated.
Pattern operation
Output terminal
stage No.
STG1
STG2
STG4
Stage 1
on
off
off
Stage 2
off
on
off
Stage 3
on
on
off
Stage 4
off
off
on
Stage 5
on
off
on
Stage 6
off
on
on
Stage 7
on
on
on
When pattern operation is not activated (i.e., no stage is
selected), the terminals do not output a signal.
5-24
‹When either of data for the Life expectancy judgment
of the function code:U09 to U11 reaches at the Life
expectancy judgment level, the ON signal is output.
However, the inverter does not do alarm.
Moreover, the alarm output for any fault (30A, 30B,
30C ) does not operate.
Function
Parts of
Life expectancy
code
Life expectancy judgment
judgment level
U09
Capacitor in main circuit
85% or less of the initial value
U10
Electrolytic capacitor on PCB
61,000 hours
U11
Cooling fan
25,000 hours
U59
DC fan broken for stir internal DC fan is broken
unit up
[40HP or more is corresponded.]
In the following cases, normal life judgment of the
capacitor in main circuit may not be able to be
performed.
1. When a power is turned off during inverter operation.
2. When cooling fan ON/OFF control is operated.
( function code : H 06= 1)
3. When the power is supplied by the auxiliary input
terminals (R0,T0).
4. When the option card is operated .
5. When RS-485 communication is operated .
6. When the power supply is turned off with digital input
(FWD, REV, X1-X9) of a control terminal being ON.
In the case of "3", "4", "5" and "6", life judgment is
enabled by adjusting the function both code:U08 and
U09.
Related functions
U08~U11, U59
E25
Y5 Ry operation mode
‹This function specifies whether to excite the Y5 relay at
“ON signal mode” or “OFF signal mode”.
E 2
5 Y 5 R Y
Set value
0
Operation
At “OFF signal mode” Y5A - Y5C: OFF
At “ON signal mode”
Y5A - Y5C: ON
1
At “OFF signal mode” Y5A - Y5C: ON
At “ON signal mode”
Y5A - Y5C: OFF
‹When the set value is "1", contacts Y5A and Y5C are
connected when the inverter control voltage is
established (about one second after power on).
E30
2nd Freq. level detection [FDT2]
This function is same as Frequency detection [FDT1],
the detection level of the output frequency and hysteresis
width are determined by E36 and E32.
M O D E
FAR function signal (Hysteresis)
‹This function adjusts the detection width when the output
frequency is the same as the set frequency (operating
frequency). The detection width can be adjusted from 0
to ±10 Hz of the setting frequency.
E 3
0 F A R
H Y S T R
Setting range: 0.0 to 10.0 Hz
When the frequency is within the detection width, an ON
signal can be selected and output from terminals [Y1] to
[Y5].
2nd OL level early warning [OL2]
This function outputs an ON signal when the output
current exceeds “E37 OL2 LEVEL” for longer than “E35
OL TIMER”.
NOTE) This function is valid for both of Motor 1 and
Motor 2.
Output frequency
+Detection width
Set frequency
Terminal C1 off signal [C1OFF]
-Detection width
This function outputs an ON signal when the input
current of terminal C1 is less than 2mA.
(When AIO option is connected, it can be detected the
disconnection of C2 terminal.)
+Detection width
Set frequency
-Detection width
Synchronization completed by synchronous operation card [SY]
Time
Frequency
detection
signal
(terminals
Y1 to Y5)
Speed agreement signal [DSAG]
ON
ON
PG error signal [PG-ABN]
‹The above functions are set for OPC-G11S-PG / PG2
or PGA. Refer to each instruction manual.
Torque limiting (Signal with delay) [TL2]
‹The turning on signal is output by continuing the
limiting action(Torque limit operation, regeneration
avoidance operation and overcurrent limiting
operation) of 20ms or more.
Terminal Y1
Terminal Y2
Terminal Y3
Terminal Y4
Terminal Y5
FDT1 function signal (Level)
E32
FDT1 function signal (Hysteresis)
‹This function determines the operation (detection) level
of the output frequency and hysteresis width for
operation release. When the output frequency exceeds
the set operation level, an ON signal can be selected and
output from terminals [Y1] to [Y5].
E 3
E 3
Settings when shipped from the factory
Digital input
E31
Setting at factory shipment
Set value
Description
Operating [RUN]
0
Frequency arrival [FAR]
1
Frequency detection [FDT]
2
Overload early warning [OL1]
7
Ready output [RDY]
10
1 F D T 1 L E V E L
2 F D T
H Y S T R
Setting range(Operation level) : G11S: 0 to 400 Hz
P11S: 0 to 120 Hz
(Hysteresis width) : 0.0 to 30.0 Hz
Output frequency
Set frequency
Hysteresis width
Operation level
Release level
Frequency
detection
signal
(terminals
Y1 to Y5)
5-25
Time
ON
E33
OL function signal (mode select)
‹Select one of the following two types of overload early
warning: early warning by electronic thermal O/L relay
function or early warning by output current.
E 3 3 O L
W A R N I N G
Set value
0: Electronic thermal O/L relay
1: Output current
Set
Function
Description
value
Electronic
0
Overload early warning by electronic
thermal
thermal O/L relay (having inverse-time
O/L relay
characteristics) to output current.
The operation selection and thermal
time constant for the inverse-time
characteristics are the same as those
of the electronic thermal O/L relay for
motor protection (F10 and F12).
Output
1
An overload early warning is issued
current
when output current exceeds the set
current value for the set time.
The figure of OL2(E37) is refferred.
‹This function cannot be used when Motor 2 is selected.
E34
4 O L 1
L E V E L
Setting range G11S:Inverter rated output current x (5 to 200%)
P11S:Inverter rated output current x (5 to 150%)
The operation release level is 90% of the set value.
‹This function cannot be used when Motor 2 is selected.
E35
OL function signal
(Timer)
E 3 5 O L 1
T I M E R
‹This function is used when 1 (output current) is set to
"E33 Overload early warning (operation selection)."
Setting range: 0.1 to 60.0 seconds
‹Set the time from when the operation level is attained
until the overload early warning function is activated.
E36
(E34 OL1 LEVEL)
[OL2]
FDT2 function (Level)
6 F D T 2 L E V E L
OL2 function (Level)
7 O L 2
Display coefficient A
E41
Display coefficient B
‹Load and line speed
Use the display coefficient A.
Displayed value = output frequency x (0.01 to 200.00)
Although the setting range is ±999.00, the effective
value range of display data is 0.01 to 200.00. Therefore,
values smaller or larger than this range are limited to a
minimum value of 0.01 or a maximum value of 200.00.
‹Target value and feedback amount of PID controller
Set the maximum value of display data in E40, "Display
coefficient A," and the minimum value in E41, "Display
coefficient B."
Displayed value = (target value or feedback amount)
x (display coefficient A - B)+B
‹This function determines the operation level of the output
current for “2nd OL level detection [OL2]”.
E 3
E40
E 4 0 C O E F
A
E 4 1 C O E F
B
Setting range
Display coefficient A:-999.00 to 0.00 to +999.00
Display coefficient B:-999.00 to 0.00 to +999.00
Setting range(Operation level) : G11S: 0 to 400 Hz
P11S: 0 to 120 Hz
E37
ON
‹These coefficients are conversion coefficients which are
used to determine the load and line speed and the target
value and feedback amount (process amount) of the PID
controller displayed on the LED monitor.
‹This function determines the operation (detection) level
of output frequency for “2nd Freq. level detection [FDT2]”.
The hysteresis width for operation release is set by the
function E32: FDT1 function signal (Hysteresis).
E 3
OL2 LEVEL x 90%
(OL1 LEVEL x 90% )
E35
OL TIMER
OL function signal (Level)
‹This function determines the operation level of the
electronic thermal O/L relay or output current.
E 3
Output current
E37 OL2 LEVEL
L E V E L
Setting range G11S:Inverter rated output current x (5 to 200%)
P11S:Inverter rated output current x (5 to 150%)
The operation release level is 90% of the set value.
5-26
Displayed value
A
B
0%
100%
Target value or
feedback amount
E43
E44
LED monitor (function)
E45
LED monitor (display at stop mode)
‹The data during inverter operation, during stopping, at
frequency setting, and at PID setting is displayed on the
LED.
‹Display during running and stopping
During running, the items selected in "E43 LED monitor
(display selection)," are displayed. In "E44 LED monitor
(display at stopping)," specify whether to display some
items out of the set values or whether to display the
same items as during running.
E 4
E 4
Value
set to
E43
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
3 L E D
4 L E D
M N
M N
E 4
M
N
T
Display item
0
1
Operation status, rotating direction, operation guide
Output frequency (before slip compensation), output
current, calculated torque value in bar graph
When stopping
60.00
RUN FWD
E44=1
During
At
During
running
stopping
running
Set frequency value Output frequency
(Hz)
(before slip compensation) (Hz)
Set frequency value Output frequency
(Hz)
(after slip compensation) (Hz)
Set frequency value (Hz)
Output current (A)
Output voltage (command value) (V)
Synchronous speed Synchronous speed (r/min)
set value (r/min)
Line speed set Line speed (m/min.)
value (m/min.)
Load speed set Load speed (r/min)
value (r/min)
Calculated torque value (%)
Output power (HP)
PID target value 1 (direct input from keypad panel)
PID target value 2 (input from "F02 Frequency 1")
PID feedback amount
R
Set value
60.00
E44=0
At stopping
PRG⇒PRG MENU
F/D⇒LED SHIFT
STOP
PRG⇒PRG MENU
F/D⇒LED SHIFT
Set value: 1
60.00
Hz
A
%
Fout/Iout/TRQ
Full-scale value of bar graph
Display item
Full-scale
Output frequency
Maximum frequency
Output current
200% of inverter rated value
Calculated torque value
200% of motor rated value
Note: The scale cannot be adjusted.
Note: For the values 10 to 12 set to E43, the data is
displayed only when selected in "H20 PID control
(operation selection)."
Value set to
Frequency setting
E43
0,1,2,3,4
Set value of frequency (Hz)
5
Set value of synchronous speed (r/min)
6
Set value of line speed (m/min.)
7
Set value of load speed (r/min)
8,9
Set value of frequency (Hz)
10,11,12
Set value of frequency (Hz)
Note: For the values 10 to 12 set to E43, the data is
displayed only when selected in "H20 PID control
(operation selection)."
5 L C D
Set value: 0
During running
T R
T R 2
‹Display at frequency setting
When a set frequency is checked or changed by the
keypad panel, the set value shown below is displayed.
Select the display item by using "E43 LED monitor
(display selection)." This display is not affected by "E44
LED monitor (display at stopping)."
LCD monitor (function)
‹This function selects the item to be displayed on the LCD
monitor in the operation mode.
E46
Language
‹This function selects the language for data display on the
LCD monitor.
E 4 6 L A N G U A G E
Set value
Language
Set value
Language
displayed
displayed
0
Japanese
3
French
1
English
4
Spanish
2
German
5
Italian
Note: English language is used for all LCD screens in this
manual. For other languages, refer to the relevant
instruction manual.
E47
LCD monitor (contrast)
‹This function adjusts the LCD contrast. Increase the set
value to raise contrast and decrease to lower contrast.
E 4
7 C O N T R A S T
Set value
Screen
5-27
0,1,2 • • • • • • 8,9,10
Low
High
C:Control Functions of Frequency
Internal set frequency (Hz)
C01
Jump frequency 1
C02
Jump frequency 2
C03
Jump frequency 3
C04
Jump frequency (Hysteresis)
Actual
jump width
Jump frequency
width
Jump frequency 2
‹This function makes the set frequency jump so that the
inverter's output frequency does not match the
mechanical resonance point of the load.
‹Up to three jump points can be set.
‹This function is ineffective when jump frequencies 1 to 3
are set to 0Hz.
‹A jump does not occur during acceleration or deceleration.
When a jump frequency setting range overlaps another
range, both ranges are added to determine the actual
jump area.
Jump frequency 1
Set frequency (Hz)
~
Multistep frequency 1
C19
Multistep frequency 15
~
C05
‹Multistep frequencies 1 to 15 can be switched by turning
on and off terminal functions SS1, SS2, SS4, and SS8.
(See E01 to E09 for terminal function definitions.)
‹OFF input is assumed for any undefined terminal of SS1,
SS2, SS4, and SS8.
C 0 1 J U M P
C 0 2 J U M P
C 0 3 J U M P
Setting range
G11S : 0 to 400Hz
P11S : 0 to 120Hz
In 1Hz steps (min.)
H z
H z
H z
1
2
3
C 0 4 J U M P
Setting range
0 to 30Hz
In 1Hz steps (min.)
H Y S T R
To avoid the resonance of the motor driving frequency to
the peculiar vibration frequency of the machine, the jump
frequency band can be set to the output frequency up to
three point.
‹During accelerating, an internal set frequency is kept
constant by the lower frequency of the jump frequency
band when a set frequency enters the jump frequency
band. This means that the output frequency is kept
constant according to an internal set frequency.
When a set frequency exceeds the upper bound of the
jump frequency band, an internal set frequency reaches
the value of a set frequency. The output frequency
accelerates up to a set frequency while passing the jump
frequency band according to the acceleration time at this
time.
During decelerating, it has a relation opposite to
accelerating. Refer to figure below.
‹When two jump frequency bands or more come in
succession mutually, the lowest and highest frequency
become the lower bound and the upper bound frequency
of an actual jump frequency band respectively among
them. Refer to upper right figure.
C 0 5 M U L T
C 0 6 M U L T
C 0 7 M U L T
C 0 8 M U L T
C 0 9 M U L T
C 1 0 M U L T
C 1 1 M U L T
C 1 2 M U L T
C 1 3 M U L T
C 1 4 M U L T
C 1 5 M U L T
C 1 6 M U L T
C 1 7 M U L T
C 1 8 M U L T
C 1 9 M U L T
Setting range
G11S: 0.00 to 400.00Hz
P11S: 0.00 to 120.00Hz
In 0.01Hz steps (min.)
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
Output frequency
(Hz)
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
1 Related functions
E01 to E09
2
(Set value:0 to 3)
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
1
2
3
4
5
1
1
1
1
1
1
C13
C12
C14
C11
C15
C10
C16
C09
C17
C08
C18
C07
Internal set frequency (Hz)
C19
C06
C05
Jump frequency
width
Jump frequency
width
FWD-P24
Jump frequency
width
Jump frequency 3
Jump frequency 2
SS1-P24
SS2-P24
Jump frequency 1
SS4-P24
Set frequency (Hz)
5-28
SS8-P24
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
frequency
C22
‹This function sets the frequency for jogging operation of
motor, which is different from the normal operation.
C 2 0 J O G
H z
Setting range G11S : 0.00 to 400.00 Hz
P11S : 0.00 to 120.00 Hz
‹Starting with the jogging frequency is combined with
jogging select signal input from the keypad panel or
control terminal. For details, see the explanations of
"E01 Terminal X1" to "E09 Terminal X9."
C21
C28
Pattern operation (stage 7)
‹Seven stages are operated in order (of function codes)
according to the values set in "C22 Pattern operation
(stage 1)" to "C28 Pattern operation (stage 7)." Each
function sets the operation time and the rotating direction
for each stage and assigns set values of the acceleration
and deceleration time.
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
Pattern operation (mode select)
‹Pattern operation is an automatic operation according to
preset operation time, direction of rotation, acceleration
and deceleration time, and frequency.
When using this function, set 10 (pattern operation) to
"F01 Frequency setting."
The following operation patterns can be selected.
Related functions
C 2 1 P A T T E R N
F01, C30
(Set value:10)
Set value
0
1
Set value:0
Output
frequency
End of a cycle
FWD
Forward
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Set or
assign item
Operation time
Rotation
direction
Acceleration
and
deceleration
time
0
Time
Set value:1
FWD
Forward
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Value range
Acceleration and deceleration
time (code): 3
Motor rotating direction:
Forward (counterclockwise)
End of a cycle
Operation time:
0
Set value:2
FWD
Forward
0
100s
Time
Set the operation time to 0.00 for stages not used, which
are skipped in operation.
With regard to the set frequency value, the multistep
frequency function is assigned as listed in the table below.
Set frequencies to "C05 Multistep frequency 1," to "C11
Multistep frequency 7."
Reverse
Output
frequency
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
‹Setting example
100
F
3
Reverse
Output
frequency
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
0.00 to 6000s
F: Forward (counterclockwise)
R: Reverse (clockwise)
1: Acceleration time 1 (F07), deceleration time 1 (F08)
2: Acceleration time 2 (E10), deceleration time 2 (E11)
3: Acceleration time 3 (E12), deceleration time 3 (E13)
4: Acceleration time 4 (E14), deceleration time 4 (E15)
Note: The operation time is represented by the three most
significant digits, hence, can be set with only three
high-order digits.
Operation pattern
Perform a pattern operation cycle, then stop operation.
Perform pattern operation repeatedly. Stop operation
using a stop command.
Perform a pattern operation cycle, then continue
operation with the last frequency set.
2
Pattern operation (stage 1)
~
JOG
~
C20
End of a cycle
Time
Reverse
5-29
Stage No.
Stage 1
Stage 2
Stage 3
Stage 4
Stage 5
Stage 6
Stage 7
Operation frequency to be set
Multistep frequency 1 (C05)
Multistep frequency 2 (C06)
Multistep frequency 3 (C07)
Multistep frequency 4 (C08)
Multistep frequency 5 (C09)
Multistep frequency 6 (C10)
Multistep frequency 7 (C11)
‹Pattern operation setting example
Set value
Function
Operation frequency to be set
C21 (operation selection)
1
C22 (stage 1)
60.0F2
Multistep frequency 1 (C05)
C23 (stage 2)
100F1
Multistep frequency 2 (C06)
C24 (stage 3)
65.5R4
Multistep frequency 3 (C07)
C25 (stage 4)
55.0R3
Multistep frequency 4 (C08)
C26 (stage 5)
50.0F2
Multistep frequency 5 (C09)
C27 (stage 6)
72.0F4
Multistep frequency 6 (C10)
C28 (stage 7)
35.0F2
Multistep frequency 7 (C11)
The following diagram shows this operation.
Output frequency(motor speed)
ACC1
ACC2
ACC2
DEC4
ACC4
ACC3
Multistep
frequency 3
Reverse
60.0S
direction
100S
C 3
0 F R E Q
C M D
2
C31
Bias
(terminal[12])
C32
Gain
(terminal[12])
‹This function sets the Gain and Bias of the analog input
(terminals [12] ).
DEC1
DEC2
Frequency command 2
For the setting method, see the explanation for F01.
Multistep
frequency 7
(Stage 7)
Forward
Multistep
Multistep
direction
frequency 6
frequency 2
Multistep
ACC4
frequency 1
Multistep
(Stage 1)
frequency 5
FWD
C30
‹This function selects the frequency setting method.
Related functions
E01 to E09
(Set value:11)
F01
C 3
C 3
1 B I A S
2 G A I N
1
1
2
2
The setting range :
Time
DEC2
Multistep
frequency 4
BIAS: -100 to +100%
GAIN:0.0 to 200%
Terminal
12
Gain
Reference
voltage
Bias
65.5S 55.0S 50.0S 72.0S 35.0S
Output value of Gain 12
Set
value
:16
Set
value
:17
0.1S
200%
Output signals from terminals Y1 to Y5
100%
+10V
0.1S
50%
FWD
‹Running and stopping are controlled by pressing the
and STOP keys and by opening and closing the control
terminals.
When using the keypad panel, pressing the FWD key
starts operation. Pressing the STOP key pauses stage
advance. Pressing the FWD key again restarts operation
from the stop point according to the stages. If an alarm
stop occurs, press the RESET key to release operation
of the inverter protective function, then press the FWD
key to restart stage advance.
If required to start operation from the first stage "C22
Pattern operation (stage 1)," enter a stop command and
press the RESET key.
If an alarm stop occurs, press the RESET key to release
the protective function, then press the key again.
Notes:
1. The direction of rotation cannot be reversed by a
command issued from the REV key on the keypad panel
or terminal [REV]. Any reverse rotation commands entered
are canceled. Select forward or reverse rotation by the data
in each stage. When the control terminals are used for
operation, the self-hold function of operation command also
does not work. Select an alternate type switch when using.
2. At the end of a cycle, the motor decelerates-to-stop
according to the value set to "F08 Deceleration time 1."
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-10
0
+10[V] Analog input voltage
[terminal 12]
-10V
Output value of Bias 12
Bias setting
(when positive)
+10V
(+100%)
-10
0
+10[V]
Output value of Gain 12
Bias setting
(when negative)
-10V
(-100%)
C33
Analog setting signal filter
‹Analog signals input from control terminal 12 or C1 may
contain noise, which renders control unstable. This
function adjusts the time constant of the input filter to
remove the effects of noise.
C 3 3 R E F
F I L T E R
Setting range: 0.00 to 5.00 seconds
‹An set value too large delays control response though
stabilizing control. A set value too small speeds up
control response but renders control unstable.
If the optimum value is not known, change the setting when
control is unstable or response is delayed.
Note:
The set value is commonly applied to terminals 12 and C1.
For input of PID feedback amount, the PID control
feedback filter (set in H25) is used.
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Motor 1 (P: Motor Parameters)
P01
Number of motor 1 poles
‹This function sets the number of poles of motor 1 to be
driven. If this setting is not made, an incorrect motor
speed (synchronous speed) is displayed on the LED.
P 0 1 M 1
P O L E S
Set values: 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14
P02
Motor 1 (capacity)
‹The nominal applied motor capacity is set at the factory.
The setting should be changed when driving a motor with
a different capacity.
P 0 2 M 1 - C A P
Set value for models with nominal applied motor of 30HP or less
: 0.01 to 60HP
Models with nominal applied motor of 40HP or more
: 0.01 to 800HP
‹Set the nominal applied motor capacity listed in 9-1,
"Standard Specifications." Also set a value in the range
from two ranks lower to one rank higher than the nominal
applied motor capacity. When a value outside this
range is set, accurate control cannot be guaranteed. If
a value between two nominal applied motor capacities is
set, data for the lower capacity is automatically written for
related function data.
‹ When the setting of this function is changed, the values
of the following related functions are automatically set to
data of the FUJI 3-phase standard motor.
-- P03 Motor 1 (rated current)
-- P06 Motor 1 (no-load current)
-- P07 Motor 1 (% R1)
-- P08 Motor 1 (% X1)
Note:
The set values for the FUJI 3-phase standard motor are
230V, 50Hz, 4 poles for the 230V series; 460V, 50Hz, 4
poles for the 460V series.
P03
Motor 1 (rated current)
‹This function sets the rated current value of motor 1.
P 0 3 M 1 - I r
Setting range: 0.00 to 2,000A
P04
Motor 1 (Tuning)
‹This function measures and automatically writes motor
data.
P 0
4 M 1
T U N 1
Set
value
0
1
Operation
Inactive
Measure the primary resistance (%R1) of the
motor and leakage reactance (%X) of the base
frequency when the motor is stopping and
automatically write both values in P07 and
P08.
Measure the primary resistance (%R1) of the
2
motor and leakage reactance (%X) of the base
frequency when the motor is stopping,
measure the no-load current (lo) when the
motor is running, and automatically write these
values in P06, P07, and P08.
Put the motor into the state unit separating
from the machine for the tuning of the no-load
current.
In the state that the load is connected, cannot
the tuning correctly. Execute the auto tuning of
set value “1" after obtaining the test report etc.
from the motor manufactures when not making
it in the state of the motor unit, and setting P06
(no-load current) beforehand.
‹Perform auto tuning when data written beforehand in
"P06 No-load current," "P07 %R1," and "P08 %X," differs
from actual motor data. Typical cases are listed below.
Auto tuning improves control and calculation accuracy.
・When a motor other than the FUJI standard 3-phase
motor is used and accurate data is required for close
control.
・When output-side impedance cannot be ignored as
when cable between the inverter and the motor is too
long or when a reactor is connected.
・ When %R1 or %X is unknown as when a non-standard
or special motor is used.
Tuning procedure
1. Adjust the voltage and frequency according to motor
characteristics. Adjust functions "F03 Maximum output
frequency," "F04 Base frequency," "F05 Rated voltage,"
and "F06 Maximum output voltage."
2. Enter untunable motor constants first. Set functions
"P02 Capacity," "P03 Rated current," and "P06 No-load
current," (input of no-load current not required when
P04=2, for running the motor at tuning, is selected).
3. When tuning the no-load current, beware of motor rotation.
4. Set 1 (motor stop) or 2 (motor rotation) to function "P04
FUNC
Auto tuning." Press the DATA key to write the set
value and press the FWD key or REV key then
start tuning simultaneously.
5. Tuning takes several seconds to several tens of seconds
(when 2 is set. As the motor accelerates up to half the
base frequency according to acceleration time, is tuned
for the no-load current, and decelerates according to the
deceleration time, the total tuning time varies depending
on set acceleration and deceleration times.)
6. Press the STOP key after the tuning is completed .
7. End of procedure.
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Note1:
If REMOTE operation(F02: 1) is selected, operation signal is
given from terminal [FWD] or [REV].
Note2:
Use function "A13 Motor 2 (auto tuning)," to tune motor 2. In
this case, set values described in 1 and 2 above are for the
function (A01 - ) of motor 2.
When the auto tuning value is set to 2,
the motor rotates at a maximum of half
the base frequency. Beware of motor
rotation.
as injury may result.
WARNING
P05
Motor 1 (On-line Tuning)
‹Long-time operation affects motor temperature and
motor speed. Online tuning minimizes speed changes
when motor temperature changes.
‹Auto tuning(P04/A13: 2) should be done to use this
function.
P 0
5 M 1
Set value
0
1
P06
P09
P 0 9 S L I P
C O M P 1
‹Auto tuning(P04/A13: 2) should be done to use this
function.
Set value: 0.00 to 15.00Hz
‹Calculate the amount of slip compensation using the
following formula:
Slip compenssation amount
Operation
Inactive
Active
Motor 1 (no-load current)
‹This function sets the no-load current (exciting current)
of motor 1.
P 0 6 M 1 - I O
Setting range: 0.00 to 2,000A
Motor 1 (%R1 setting)
P08
Motor 1 (%X setting)
‹Write this data when using a motor other than the FUJI
standard 3-phase motor and when the motor constant
and the impedance between the inverter and motor are
known.
P 0
P 0
7 M 1 - % R 1
8 M 1 - % X
‹Calculate %R1 using the following formula:
%R1 =
R1+Cable R
V/
( 3・I)
×100[%]
R1 : Primary coil resistance value of the motor [Ω]
Cable R : Output-side cable resistance value [Ω]
V : Rated voltage [V] I: Motor rated current [A]
‹Calculate %X using the following formula:
%X =
X1+X2・XM/
(X2+XM ) + Cable
V/
(
3・I
)
X
Slippage[r/min]
[Hz]
Synchronous speed[r/min]
Slippage = Synchronous speed - Rated speed
=Base frequency ×
T U N 2
P07
Slip compensation control
‹Changes in load torque affect motor slippage, thus causing
variations in motor speed. The slip compensation control
adds a frequency (proportional to motor torque) to the
inverter output frequency to minimize variations in motor
speed due to torque changes.
× 100[%]
X1 : Primary leakage reactance of the motor [Ω]
X2 : Secondary leakage reactance (converted to a
primary value)of the motor [Ω]
XM : Exciting reactance of the motor [Ω]
Cable X : Output-side cable reactance [Ω]
V : Rated voltage [V] I : Motor rated current[A]
Note:
For reactance, use a value in the data written in "F04
Base frequency 1."
‹When connecting a reactor or filter to the output circuit,
add its value. Use value 0 for cable values that can be
ignored.
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High Performance functions (H:High Performance function)
H03
Data initializing
W hen retry succeeded
‹This function returns all function data changed by the
customer to the factory setting data. (initialization).
H 0 3 D A T A
I N I T
Set value 0: Disabled.
1: Initializing data.
‹To perform initialization, press the STOP and ∧ keys
together to set 1, then press the FUNC
key. The set
DATA
values of all functions are initialized. The set value in
H03 automatically returns to 0 following the end of
initialization.
H04
Auto-reset(Times)
H05
Auto-reset (Reset interval)
‹When the inverter protective function which invokes the
retry operation is activated, this function releases
operation of the protective function and restarts
operation without issuing an alarm or terminating output.
H 0 4 A U T O - R E S E T
H 0 5 R E S E T
I N T
Set the protective function release count and waiting
time from its operation startup to release.
Setting range (Count)
: 0, 1 to 10
(Waiting time) : 2 to 20 seconds
To not use the retry function, set 0 to "H04 Retry (count)."
‹Inverter protective functions that can invoke retry
function.
OC1,OC2,OC3
dBH
: Overcurrent
: Braking resistor overheating
OV1,OV2,OV3
OL1
: Overvoltage
: Motor 1 overload
OH1
OL2
: Heat sink overheating
: Motor 2 overload
OH3
OLU
: Inverter inside overheating
: Inverter overload
‹When the value of "H04 Retry (count)," is set from 1 to
10, an inverter run command is immediately entered
following the wait time set in H05, "Retry (wait time),"
and the startup of the retry operation. If the cause of
the alarm has been removed at this time, the inverter
starts without switching to alarm mode. If the cause of
the alarm still remains, the protective function is
reactivated according to the wait time set in "H05 Retry
(waiting time)." This operation is repeated until the
cause of the alarm is removed. The restart operation
switches to alarm mode when the retry count exceeds
the value set in "H04 Retry (count)."
The operation of the retry function can be monitored
from terminals Y1 to Y5.
When the retry function is selected,
operation automatically restarts depending
on the cause of the trip stop. (The
WARNING machine should be designed to ensure
safety during a restart)
as accident may result.
O ccurrence Extinction
Alarm
Automatic
release
command
of
protective
function
Time
0.1S
W aiting time
(H05)
Restart
5min. after
constant speed
O utput
frequency
O utput
signals
terminals
Y1 to Y5
RESET the times
of auto-reset
ON
retry failed
Extinction
O ccurrence
Alarm
reset
Alarm
Automatic
release
command
of
protective
function
O utput
frequency
O utput
signals
terminals
Y1 to Y5
H06
0.1S
H05:
W ait
time
0.1S
H05:
W ait
time
First
0.1S
Retry
end
Second
Count set in
H04 (count)
ON
Fan stop operation
‹This function specifies whether cooling fan ON/OFF
control is automatic. While power is applied to the
inverter, the automatic fan control detects the
temperature of the cooling fan in the inverter and turns
the fan on or off.
When this control is not selected, the cooling fan rotates
continually.
H 0 6 F A N
S T O P
Set value 0: ON/OFF control disabled.
1: ON/OFF control enabled.
The cooling fan operating status can be monitored from
terminals Y1 to Y5.
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H07
ACC/DEC (Mode select) pattern
‹This function selects the acceleration and deceleration
pattern.
H 0
7 A C C
Set value 0:
1:
2:
3:
Output
frequency
Acceleration time
P T N
Inactive (linear acceleration and deceleration)
S-shape acceleration and deceleration (mild)
S-shape acceleration and deceleration (*)
Curvilinear acceleration and deceleration
Base
frequency
Related functions
U02 to U05
t[sec]
0
H08
* The S-shape range is set by the
function: U02 to U05 when the set value "2" is selected.
The detail is referred to the function: U02 to U05.
[S-shape acceleration and deceleration]
This pattern reduces shock by mitigating output frequency
changes at the beginning/end of acceleration and
deceleration.
Output frequency
f[Hz]
Deceleration time
Maximum
output
frequency
Set
frequency
Mild S-shape ern
Arbitrary S-shape
α
Rev. phase sequence lock
‹When accidental reversing is expected to cause a
malfunction, this function can be set to prevent reversal.
H 0 8 R E V
L O C K
Set value 0: Inactive
1: Active
When reversible operation with polarity(set value: "4" or
"5") is selected in frequency command: F01, C30, the
inverter operates as follows.
Operation
0V to 10V input
-10V to 0V input
command
Short FWD-CM The inverter operates. The frequency display
terminals or
is "0.00" Hz.
FWD : ON
Short REV-CM
terminals or
REV : ON
The frequency display
is "0.00" Hz.
The inverter operates.
α
0
βacc
βacc
βdec
βdec
t[s]
This function prevents a reversing operation resulting from
a connection between the REV and P24 terminals,
inadvertent activation of the REV key, or negative analog
input from terminal 12 or V1. During this function is
operating, "0.00Hz" is displayed on the LED monitor.
This function cannot be prevented against H18: Torque
control function. It may be reverse because of the torque
signal and load.
<Pattern constants>
When 1 is selected in H07
(mild S-shape pattern)
Range of
S-shape(α)
Time for
S-shape at
acceleration
(β acc)
Time for
S-shape at
deceleration
(β dec)
0.05 x max. output freq. (Hz)
When 2 is selected in H07
(arbitrary S-shape pattern)
(U02 to U05) x max. output
freq. (Hz)
0.10 x acceleration time (s)
(U02, U03) x2 x
acceleration time (s)
0.10 x deceleration time (s)
U04, U05 x2 x
deceleration time (s)
∗ When acceleration and deceleration times are very
long or short, acceleration and deceleration are rendered
linear.
It may be switched the acceleration and deceleration
time during constant speed or stopping by the function
"acceleration and deceleration time selection"(E01 to
E09: 4, 5).
The signal may be ignored switched during S-shape at
acceleration.
The linear deceleration time is corresponded if switched
during S-shape at deceleration.
It may be switched to the S-shape operation if output
frequency is reached to the setting frequency or change
to acceleration control.
[ Curvilinear acceleration and deceleration ]
This function is used to minimize motor acceleration and
deceleration times in the range that includes a
constant-output range.
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H09
H10
Start mode
This function smoothly starts the motor which is coasting
after a momentary power failure or after the motor has
been subject to external force, without stopping motor.
At startup, this function detects the motor speed and
outputs the corresponding frequency, thereby enabling a
shock-free motor startup. Although the normal startup
method is used, when the coasting speed of the motor is
120 Hz or more as an inverter frequency, when the value
set to "F03 Maximum frequency," exceeds the value set to
"F15 Frequency limiter (upper limit)." and when the
coasting speed is less than 5 Hz as an inverter frequency.
H 0 9 S T A R T
M O D E
Set value
0,1,2
Restart after a
Other
Set value STM
momentary power
operation
failure or
Line-to-inverter
switching
0
OFF /
Inactive
not selected
(normal starting)
1
Active
Inactive
(smoothly starting)
2
Active
any value
ON
Active
STM: Start characteristics selection signal(E01 to E09: 26)
NOTE:
-1: Automatically restart when overcurrent or overvoltage is
detected during smoothly starts.
-2: The coasting speed is used 100 Hz or less as an
inverter frequency.
-3: When H09:2 or STM:ON, it needs the time more than
normal start even the motor is STOP because the motor
speed is detected on ALL situation. And it may be
rotated the motor when the load is too small.
-4: Auto tuning(P04/A13: 2) should be done to use this
function.
-5: When the used motor slippage is too differ from FUJI
motor, the "Slip compensation control (P09, A18)"
should be set. The characteristics may not be satisfied.
‹When the operation above is to be problem, this function
is not used (inactive).
‹This function may not be satisfied the characteristics
because of the load condition, motor constant, operating
frequency, coasting speed, wire length, momentary
power failure time or external factor.
P24
0.1 s or
longer
0.2 s or
longer
STM
Time
ON
FWD
ON
Output
frequency
(motor speed)
‹When the output frequency is fixed (constant-speed
operation) at light loads and except for”0.0” is set to F09,
"Torque boost 1," this function automatically reduces the
output voltage, while minimizing the product (power) of
voltage and current.
‹Auto tuning(P04/A13: 2) should be done to use this
function.
‹The energy-saving operation does not be operated when
set below.
- Under Torque control
- Selected the Automatic torque boost
- Selected the Torque vector control
- Under PG vector control
H 1 0 E N E R G Y
S A V
Set value 0: Inactive
1: Active
Note:
-Use this function for square law reduction torque loads
(e.g., fans, pumps). When used for a constant-torque
load or rapidly changing load, this function causes a delay
in control response.
-The energy-saving operation automatically stops
during acceleration and deceleration and when the
torque limiting function is activated.
H11
DEC mode
‹This function selects the inverter stopping method when
a stop command is entered.
H 1 1 D E C
M O D E
Set value 0: Deceleration-to-stop based on data set to
"H07
Non-linear
acceleration
and
deceleration"
1: Coasting-to-stop
Note:
This function is effective only when a stop command is
entered and, therefore, is ineffective when the motor is
stopped by lowering the set frequency.
H12
Instantaneous overcurrent limiting
‹An overcurrent trip generally occurs when current flows
above the inverter protective level following a rapid
change in motor load. The instantaneous overcurrent
limiting function controls inverter output and prohibits the
flow of a current exceeding the protective level even
when the load changes.
‹As the operation level of the instantaneous overcurrent
limiting function cannot be adjusted, the torque limiting
function must be used.
As motor generation torque may be
reduced
when
instantaneous
overcurrent limiting is applied, set this
function to be inactive for equipment
such as elevators, which are
adversely affected by reduced motor
WARNING generation torque, in which case an
overcurrent trip occurs when the
current flow exceeds the inverter
protective level. A mechanical brake
should be used to ensure safety.
as accident may result.
Time
Speed
search
Energy-saving operation
Acceleration
In this section, the output
voltage is gradually increased
in steps to minimize shock.
Note: The dotted-dashed line indicates motor speed.
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H 1
2
I
N S T
Set value 0: Inactive
1: Active
C L
H13
Auto-restart (Restart time)
H18
Torque control
‹Instantaneous switching to another power line (when the
power of an operating motor is cut off or power failure
occurs) creates a large phase difference between the
line voltage and the voltage remaining in the motor,
which may cause electrical or mechanical failure. To
rapidly switch power lines, write the remaining voltage
attenuation time to wait for the voltage remaining in the
motor to attenuate. This function operates at restart
after a momentary power failure.
H 1 3 R E S T A R T
T
Setting range: 0.1 to 5.0 seconds
‹When the momentary power failure time is shorter than
the wait time value, a restart occurs following the wait
time. When the power failure time is longer than the
wait time value, a restart occurs when the inverter is
ready to operate (after about 0.2 to 0.5 second).
‹This function controls motor torque according to a
command value.
Related functions
E01toE09
H 1 8 T R Q
C T R L
(Set value: 23)
H14
Auto-restart (Freq. fall rate)
‹This function determines the reduction rate of the output
frequency for synchronizing the inverter output frequency
and the motor speed. This function is also used to
reduce the frequency and thereby prevent stalling under
a heavy load during normal operation.
H 1 4 F A L L
R A T E
Setting range: 0.00, 0.01 to 100.00 Hz/s
‹When 0.00 is set, the frequency is reduced according to
the set deceleration time.
Note:
A too large frequency reduction rate is may temporarily
increase the regeneration energy from the load and
invoke the overvoltage protective function. Conversely,
a rate that is too small extends the operation time of the
current limiting function and may invoke the inverter
overload protective function.
T o rq u e c o n tro l b lo c k d ia g ra m
H15
Auto-restart
(Holding DC voltage)
‹This function is for when 2 (deceleration-to-stop at power
failure) or 3 (operation continuation) is set to "F14
Restart after momentary power failure (operation
selection)." Either function starts a control operation if
the main circuit DC voltage drops below the set operation
continuation level.
H 1 5 H O L D
V
Setting range 230 V series: 200 to 300V
460 V series: 400 to 600V
‹When power supply voltage to the inverter is high,
control can be stabilized even under an excessive load
by raising the operation continuation level. However,
when the level is too high, this function activates during
normal operation and causes unexpected motion.
Please contact Fuji electric when changing the initial
value.
H16
Auto-restart (OPR command selfhold time)
‹As the power to an external operation circuit (relay
sequence) and the main power to the inverter is
generally cut off at a power failure, the operation
command issued to the inverter is also cut off. This
function sets the time an operation command is to be
held in the inverter. If a power failure lasts beyond the
self-hold time, power-off is assumed, automatic restart
mode is released, and the inverter starts operation at
normal mode when power is applied again. (This time
can be considered the allowable power failure time.)
H 1 6 S E L F H O L D
T
Setting range: 0.0 to 30.0 seconds, 999
When "999" is set, an operation command is held (i.e.,
considered a momentary power failure) while control power
in the inverter is being established or until the main circuit
DC voltage is about 100Vdc.
Set value
0
1
2
Operation
Inactive (Operation by frequency command)
Torque control active
0 to +10V analog voltage input to terminal 12
and the direction of rotation (FWD or REV) is
used for the torque command value. 0 is
used for 0 to -10V.
Torque control active
-10 to +10V analog voltage input to terminal
12 and the direction of rotation (FWD or
REV) is used for the torque command value.
T o rq u e c o m m a n d v a lu e
V o lta g e a t
te rm in a l 1 2
x
F o rw a rd c o m m a n d
R e v e rs e c o m m a n d
T o rq u e
lim ita tio n
+
-
R e g u la to r
O u tp u t
fre q u e n c y
D e te c te d to rq u e
c u rre n t
The torque command value is +200% when the voltage at
terminal 12 is +10V and is -200% when the voltage is -10V.
‹Auto tuning(P04/A13: 2) should be done to use this
function.
‹In torque control, the torque command value and motor
load determine the speed and direction of rotation.
‹When the torque is controlled, the upper limit of
frequency refers to the minimum value among the
maximum frequency , the frequency limiter (upper limiter)
value, and 120 Hz. Maintain the frequency at least
one-tenth of the base frequency because torque control
performance deteriorates at lower frequencies.
‹If the operation command goes off during a torque
control operation, the operation is switched to speed
control and the motor decelerates-to-stop. At this time,
the torque control function does not operate.
‹This function cannot be used when the motor 2 is
selected.
‹This function cannot be used for FRN-P11S.
The malfunction may be occurred
when the set torque is mistaken. (up
WARNING to upper frequency, maximum
frequency or 120Hz)
as accident may result.
H19
Active drive
‹This function automatically extends accelerating time
against acceleration operation of 60 seconds or longer to
prevent an inverter trip resulting from a temperature rise
in inverter due to overcurrent.
H 1 9 A U T
R E D
Set value 0: Inactive
1: Active
(When the active drive function is activated,
acceleration time is three times the selected time.)
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the
PID control (Mode select)
H21
~
~
H20
H25
PID control(Feedback filter)
‹PID control detects the amount of control (feedback
amount) from a sensor of the control target, then
compares it with the target value (e.g., reference
temperature). If the values differ, this function performs a
control to eliminate the deviation. In other words, this
control matches the feedback amount with the target
value.
This function can be used for flow control, pressure control,
temperature control, and other process controls.
Target
value
+
-
+
P
+
+
Drive
section
PID control
(Feedback signal)
This function selects the feedback amount input terminal
and electrical specifications of the terminal. Select a value
from the table below according to sensor specifications.
H 2
Set value
0
1
2
Control
target
3
I
D
1 F B
S
I
G N A L
Descriptions
Control terminal 12, forward operation (0 to
10V voltage input)
Control terminal C1, forward operation (4 to
20mA current input)
Control terminal 12, reverse operation (10
to 0V voltage input)
Control terminal C1, reverse operation (20
to 4mA current input)
Feedback amount
Feedback amount
‹Forward or reverse operations can be selected for PID
controller output. This enables motor revolutions to be
faster or lower according to PID controller output
‹This function cannot be used when the motor 2 is
selected.
H 2 0 P I D
M O D E
Set value 0: No operation
1: Forward operation
2: Reverse operation
Inverter output
frequency
Maximum
frequency
100%
rw
Fo
0V
4mA
0
100%
‹The target value can be entered using F01, "Frequency
setting 1," or directly from the keypad panel. Select any
terminal of Terminals X1 (E01) to X9 (E09) and set value
11 (frequency setting switching).
For entry from F01, "Frequency setting 1," input an OFF
signal to the selected terminal. For direct entry from the
keypad panel, turn on the selected terminal.
‹For the target value and feedback amount, the process
amount can be displayed according to the values set in
E40, "Display coefficient A," and E41, "Display
coefficient B."
Display
Display coefficient A
Display coefficient B
0%
R
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er se
ati
on
0%
R
op ever
er se
ati
on
PID output
n
tio
ra
Input
10V
20mA
Only positive values can be input for this feedback amount
of PID control. Negative values (e.g., 0 to -10V, -10 to 0V)
cannot be input, thereby the function cannot be used for a
reverse operation by an analog signal.
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ar
rw on
Fo rati
e
op
0%
pe
do
ar
Target value or
100% feedback amount
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H23
PID control (I-gain)
H24
PID control (D-gain)
‹These functions are not generally used alone but are
combined like P control, PI control, PD control, and PID
control.
‹P operation
Operation using an operation amount (output frequency)
proportional to deviation is called P operation, which
outputs an operation amount proportional to deviation,
though it cannot eliminate deviation alone.
‹D operation
An operation where the operation amount (output
frequency) is proportional to the deviation differential is
called a D operation, which outputs an operation amount
as the deviation differential and, therefore, is capable of
responding to sudden changes.
Deviation
PID control (P-gain)
Time
Operation
amount
H22
Deviation
Time
Operation
amount
H 2
2 P
-
G A I
N
Setting range: 0.01 to 10.0 times
P (gain) is the parameter that determines the response
level for the deviation of P operation. Although an
increase in gain speeds up response, an excessive gain
causes vibration, and a decrease in gain delays response.
The value "1" is the P(gain) that is when the maximum
frequency 100% at deviation 100%.
Response
Time
Operation Deviation
amount
‹ I operation
An operation where the change speed of the operation
amount (output frequency) is proportional to the
deviation is called an I operation. An I operation
outputs an operation amount as the integral of deviation
and, therefore, has the effect of matching the control
amount (feedback amount) to the target value (e.g., set
frequency), though it deteriorates response for significant
changes in deviation.
Time
H 2
3
I
-
G A
I
N
Setting range: 0.0 (Inactive), 0.1 to 3600 seconds
"H23 I-gain" is used as a parameter to determine the effect
of I operation. A longer integration time delays response
and weakens resistance to external elements. A shorter
integration time speeds up response, but an integration
time that is too short causes vibration.
H 2 4 D - G A I N
Setting range: 0.00 (Inactive), 0.01 to 10.0 seconds
"H24 D-gain" is used as a parameter to determine the
effect of a D operation. A longer differentiation time
causes vibration by P operation quickly attenuating at the
occurrence of deviation. Excessive differentiation time
could cause vibration. Shortening the differentiation
time reduces attenuation at the occurrence of deviation.
‹PI control
P operation alone does not remove deviation completely.
P + I control (where I operation is added to P operation)
is normally used to remove the remaining deviation. PI
control always operates to eliminate deviation even when
the target value is changed or there is a constant
disturbance.
When I operation is strengthened,
however, the response for rapidly changing deviation
deteriorates. P operation can also be used individually
for loads containing an integral element.
‹ PD control
If deviation occurs under PD control, an operation
amount larger than that of D operation alone occurs
rapidly and prevents deviation from expanding. For a
small deviation, P operation is restricted. When the
load contains an integral element, P operation alone may
allow responses to vibrate due to the effect of the integral
element, in which case PD control is used to attenuate
the vibration of P operation and stabilize responses. In
other words, this control is applied to loads in processes
without a braking function.
‹PID control
PID control combines the P operation, the I operation
which removes deviation, and the D operation which
suppresses vibration.
This control achieves
deviation-free, accurate, and stable responses.
‹Adjusting PID set value
Adjust the PID value while monitoring the response
waveform on an oscilloscope or other instrument if
possible. Proceed as follows:
-Increase the value of "H22 P-gain" without generating
vibration.
- Decrease the value of "H23 I-gain" without generating
vibration.
- Increase the value of "H24 D-gain" without generating
vibration.
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Response
-To suppress vibration with a frequency roughly equivalent
to the value "H24 D-gain," decrease the value of H24. If
there is residual vibration with 0.0, decrease the value of
"H22 P-gain."
Before
adjustment
Internal resistance of
PTC thermistor
Rp2
Rp1
After
adjustment
Alarm
temperature
Time
H25
The figure in "H26 PTC thermistor (Mode select)," shows
that resistor 250Ω and the thermistor (resistance value
Rp) are connected in parallel. Hence, voltage Vc1
(Level) at terminal [C1] can be calculated by using the
following formula.
PID control (Feedback filter)
‹This filter is for feedback signal input from terminal [12]
or [C1]. This filter stabilizes operation of the PID control
system.
A set value that is too large, however,
deteriorates response.
H 2
5 F B
F
I
250・Rp
250 + Rp
Vc1 =
× 10
[V]
250・Rp
1000 +
250 + Rp
L T E R
The operation level can be set by bringing Rp in the Vc1
calculation formula into the following range.
Rp1 < Rp < Rp2
To obtain Rp easily, use the following formula.
Setting range: 0.0 to 60.0 seconds
H26
PTC thermistor (Mode select)
Rp =
‹Set this function active when the motor has a PTC
thermistor for overheat protection
H 2 6 P T C
M O D E
Set value 0: Inactive
1: Active
‹Connect the PTC thermistor as shown in the figure
below.
Turn on switch “PTC” on the control PCB.
The trip mode is activated by “OH2:External thermal
relay tripped.”
13
ON
Droop operation
When two or more motors drive a single machine, a higher
load is placed on the motor rotating the fastest. Droop
operation achieves a good load balance by applying
drooping characteristics to speed against load variations.
Auto tuning(P04: 2) should be done to use this function.
This function cannot be used when the motor 2 is selected.
The drooping speed at constant torque is set.
Set value : -9.9Hz to 0.0Hz
H 2
8 D R O O P
OFF
H27
(Level)
Resistor
250 Ohom
Characteristics of the motor
Comparator
When droop operation
is active
OH2
When droop operation
is inactive
Rated torque
(drive)
Freq. setting
0V
0
Speed
PTC thermistor (Level)
Setting value of |H28|
‹The voltage input to terminal [C1] is compared to the set
voltage (Level). When the input voltage is equal to or
greater than the set voltage (Level), "H26 PTC thermistor
(Mode select)," starts.
H 2
Setting value of |H28|
Torque
11
H27
Rp1 + Rp 2
[Ω]
2
H28
1k Ohom
C1
PTC
thermistor
DC10V
PTC
Temperature
7 P T C
L E V E L
Setting range: 0.00 to 5.00V
‹The PTC thermistor has its own alarm temperature. The
internal resistance value of the thermistor largely change
at the alarm temperature. The operation (voltage) level
is set using this change in the resistance value.
Rated torque
(brake)
Acc/Dec calculation
Freq.
setting
value
+
+
Output
freq.
+
+
H28 Droop freq.
P09 Slip compensation freq.
Feedback amount
5-40
τ
Torque calculation
+ : drive
- : brake
H30
Serial link (Function select)
‹The link function (communication function) provides
RS-485 (provided as standard) and bus connections
(optional).
The serial link function includes:
1) Monitoring (data monitoring, function data check)
2) Frequency setting
3) Operation command
(FWD, REV, and other commands for digital input)
4)Write function data
H 3 0 L I N K
F U N C
Setting range: 0 to 3
Communication can be enabled and disabled by a digital
input. This function sets the serial link function when
communication is enabled.
Set value
Frequency
Operation
command
command
0
Disabled
Disabled
1
Enabled
Disabled
2
Disabled
Enabled
3
Enabled
Enabled
The data monitoring and function data write functions are
always enabled. Disabling communication using digital
input brings about the same result as when "0" is set to this
function. When the bus option is installed, this setting
selects the function of the option and the RS-485 interface
is restricted to monitoring and writing function data.
H39
RS-485 (Response interval)
~
RS-485 (Address)
~
H31
These functions set the conditions of RS-485 Modbus-RTU
communication.
Set the conditions according to the
upstream device.
Refer to technical manual for the
protocol.
‹This function sets the station address of RTU.
H 3 1 4 8 5 A D R E S S
Setting range: 1 to 247
‹This function sets data length.
H 3 5 L E N G T H
Setting range: 0
Set value
0
‹This function sets the parity bit.
H 3 6 P A R I T Y
Setting range: 0 to 2
Set value
0
1
2
Parity bit
None
Even
Odd
‹This function sets the stop bit.
H 3 7 S T O P
B I
Setting range: 0, 1
T S
Set value
Stop bit
0
2 bit
1
1 bit
The stop bit is automatically configured by the value of the
parity bit. For parity “NONE” the stop bit is 2bits. For
parity “EVEN” or “ODD” the stop bit is 1 bit.
‹In a system where the local station is always accessed
within a specific time, this function detects that access
was stopped due to an open-circuit or other fault and
invokes an Er 8 trip.
H 3 8 N O
R E S
t
Setting range: 0 (No detection)
1 to 60 seconds
‹This function sets the time from when a request is issued
from the upstream device to when a response is
returned.
H 3 9 I N T E R V A L
Setting range: 0.00 to 1.00 second
‹This function sets processing at communication error and
sets the error processing timer value.
H 3 2 M O D E
O N
E R
Setting range: 0 to 3
Set value
Processing at communication error
0
Immediate Er 8 trip (forced stop)
Continue operation within timer time, Er8 trip
1
after timer time.
Continue operation and effect retry within timer
time, then invoke an Er8 trip if a
2
communication error occurs. If an error does
not occur, continue operation.
3
Continue operation.
H 3 3 T I M E R
Setting range: 0.0 to 60.0 seconds
‹This function sets the baud rate.
H 3 4 B A U D
R A T E
Setting range: 0 to 3
Set value
0
1
2
3
Data length
8 bit
Baud rate
19200 bit/s
9600 bit/s
4800 bit/s
2400 bit/s
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Motor 2 (A:Altemative Motor Parameters)
A01
Maximum frequency2
‹This function sets the maximum frequency for motor 2
output by the inverter. This function operates the same
as "F03 Maximum frequency 1." For details, see the
explanation for F03.
A 0 1 M A X
H z - 2
A02
Base frequency 2
‹This function sets the maximum output frequency in the
constant-torque area of motor 2 (i.e., output frequency at
rated output voltage). This function operates the same
as "F04 Base frequency 1." For details, see the
explanation for F04.
A 0
2 B A S E
H z
-
2
A03
Rated voltage 2
‹This function sets the rated value of voltage output to
motor 2. This function operates the same as "F05
Rated voltage 1." For details, see the explanation for
F05.
A 0 3 R A T E D
V 2
A04
Maximum voltage 2
‹This function sets the maximum value of the inverter
output voltage of motor 2. This function operates the
same as "F06 Maximum voltage 1." For details, see the
explanation for F06.
A 0 4 M A X
V - 2
A05
Torque boost 2
‹This function sets the torque boost function of motor 2.
This function operates the same as "F09 Torque boost
1." For details, see the explanation for F09.
A 0
5 T R Q
Electronic thermal overload relay 2 (Select)
A07
Electronic thermal overload relay 2 (Level)
A08
Electronic thermal overload relay 2 (Thermal time constant)
6 E L C T
7 O L
L
8 T I M E
R N
O L 2
E V E L 2
C N S T 2
Torque vector control 2
‹This function sets the torque vector function of motor 2.
This function operates the same as "F42 Torque vector
control 1." For details, see the explanation for F42.
A 0
9 T R Q V
E C T O R 2
A10
Number of motor-2 poles
‹This function sets the number of poles of motor 2 to be
driven. This function operates the same as "P01 Number
of motor-1 poles." For details, see the explanation for P01.
A 1
0 M 2
Motor 2 (Rated current)
‹This function sets the rated current of motor 2. This
function operates the same as "P03 Motor 1 (Rated
current)." For details, see the explanation for P03.
A 1 2 M 2 - I r
A13
Motor 2 (Tuning)
‹This function sets the auto tuning of motor 2. This
function operates the same as "P04 Motor 1 (Tuning)."
For details, see the explanation for P04.
A 1
A14
3 M 2
T
U N 1
Motor 2 (On-line tuning)
‹This function sets the online tuning of motor 2. This
function operates the same as "P05 Motor 1 (On-line
tuning)." For details, see the explanation for P05.
A 1 4 M 2
T U N 2
A15
Motor 2 (No-load current)
‹This function sets the no-load current of motor 2. This
function operates the same as "P06 Motor 1 (No-load
current)." For details, see the explanation for P06.
A 1
5 M 2 -
I
o
A16
Motor 2 (%R1 setting)
A17
Motor 2 (%X setting)
‹This function sets %R1 and %X of motor 2. This
function operates the same as "P07 Motor 1 (%R1
setting)," and "P08 Motor 1 (%X setting)." For details,
see the explanations for P07 and P08.
‹This function sets the function of the electronic thermal
overload relay for motor 2. This function operates the
same as F10 to F12, "Electronic thermal overload relay
1." For details, see the explanations for F10 to F12.
A09
A12
B O O S T 2
A06
A 0
A 0
A 0
A11
Motor 2 (Capacity)
‹This function sets the capacity of motor 2. This function
operates the same as "P02 Motor 1 (Capacity)." For
details, see the explanation for P02. However, the
related motor data functions change to "A12 Motor 2
(Rated current)," "A15 Motor 2 (No-load current)," "A16
Motor 2 (%R1 setting)," and "A17 Motor 2 (%X setting)."
A 1 1 M 2 - C A P
A 1
A 1
6 M 2
7 M 2
- % R 1
- % X
A18
Slip compensation control 2
‹This function sets the amount of slip compensation for
motor 2. This function operates the same as "P09 Slip
compensation control." For details, see the explanation
for P09.
A 1
8 S L
I
P
C O M P 2
Set value : 0.00Hz to 15.00Hz
‹Calculate the amount of slip compensation using the
following formula:
Slip compenssation amount
= Base frequency ×
Slippage [r / min]
[Hz]
Synchronous speed [r / min]
Slippage = Synchronous speed-Rated speed
P O L E S
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U : User function
U01
Maximum compensation frequency during braking torque limit
- At acceleration,
‹This function becomes effective, when the torque limit
(brake) is used. The inverter controls to increase the
output frequency so that torque calculations do not
exceed the torque limit (brake) setting ( F41 or E17).
(When F41 or E17 is set to 999, it becomes invalid.)
This function sets the increment of upper limit for
output frequency.
When the regeneration avoidance is selected, the
resurrection ability can be improved by raising the
increment of upper limit. However, the output frequency
of the inverter is limited at the frequency limit(high):
F15.
U 0 1 U S E R
| f 1 − f 0 |≥ f max ×
U 04 + U 05
100
f 1 − f 0 U 02 + U 03
tacc = (
+
) × Ta
f max
100
f 1 − f 0 U 04 + U 05
tdec = (
+
) × Td
f max
100
| f 1 − f 0 |≥ f max ×
0 1
linear Acceleration and
deceleration clause
| f 1 − f 0 |< f max ×
U02
1st S-shape level at acceleration (start)
U03
2nd S-shape level at acceleration (stop)
U04
1st S-shape level at deceleration (start)
U05
2nd S-shape level at deceleration (stop)
0 3
U 0 4 U S E R
0 4
U 0 5 U S E R
0 5
U 02 + U 03
100
or,
- At deceleration,
| f 1 − f 0 |< f max ×
‹When "2" is set in the function code: H07, both
curvilinear acceleration and deceleration ranges of
S-shape can be set up arbitrarily.
The range is the ratio for maximum output frequency 1
(F03) or 2 (A01) .
U 0 3 U S E R
S-shape clause
- At acceleration,
The set value "15" becomes 1Hz.
(The set value "1" becomes 1/15Hz)
0 2
or,
- At deceleration,
Setting range : 0 to 65535
U 0 2 U S E R
U 02 + U 03
100
U 04 + U 05
100
⎧ f1− f0
⎫ ⎛ U 02 + U 03 ⎞
100
×
tacc = 2 × ⎨
⎟ × Ta
⎬×⎜
U 02 + U 03 ⎭ ⎝
100
⎠
⎩ f max
⎧⎪ f 1 − f 0
⎫⎪ ⎛ U 04 + U 05 ⎞
100
×
tdec = 2 × ⎨
⎟ × Td
⎬×⎜
U 04 + U 05 ⎪⎭ ⎝
100
⎪⎩ f max
⎠
U08
Initial value of main DC link capacitor
U09
Measured value of main DC link capacitor
‹Data for the life expectancy judgment of the capacitor
in main circuit is stored in this function. The electrical
discharge time of the capacitor can be measured
automatically, and the time of part replacement can be
confirmed according to the decrement rate from the
factory shipment.
Setting range : 1 to 50%
Output frequency
f[Hz]
U 0 8 U S E R
0 8
U 0 9 U S E R
0 9
Setting range : 0 to 65535
f1
U03
f0
U04
U02
U05
0
tacc
tdec
t[s]
‹100% value of this function means maximum
frequency (fmax) .
Acceleration time “tacc” and deceleration time “tdec”
of upper figure become longer than the linear
acceleration time and deceleration time. When the set
acceleration time(F07,E10,E12,E14) is assumed to
be “Ta” and deceleration time(F08,E11,E13,E15) is
assumed to be “Td”, “tacc” and “tdec” can be
calculated by the following expressions.
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‹The electrical discharge time which is measured in the
factory shipment is set to function code U08 as a initial
value. This value is different in each inverter.
‹The electrical discharge time of the capacitor is
measured automatically, when the power supply is
turned off. And, the result is stored in function code
U09.
When the power supply is turned off under the
conditions as follows, decrement rate (%) to the factory
shipment can be measured.
Conditions: which has been described to "*Estimation
of life expectancy based on
maintenance
information" of the instruction manual "8-2 periodical
inspection".
The result of
U 09
× 100 is displayed in CAP=xxx.x%
U 08
of maintenance information. 85% becomes a standard
at the part replacement time.
◆When you make measurement of capacity and life
expectancy judgment of capacitor with an actual
operating condition, set the value “30” to the function
code “E20 to E24”. And write the measurement result
U09 with an actual operating condition to the function
code U08 as an initial value as early as possible since
inverter operation starts.
However, life judgment by the measurement result
cannot be performed in case of 1 and 2 as below.
1. During inverter operation, a power supply is turned
off and it stops.
2. Cooling fan ON/OFF control is used.
(function code : H 06= 1)
Turn off the power supply of inverter, on the conditions
at which the inverter has stopped, and a cooling fan is
operated. It is not necessary to remove an option card
and the connection with a control terminal.
As for this "measurement with an actual operating
condition", carry out this measurement about 10 times
to minimize the error of a measurement result, and
make the average value into an initial value.
Moreover, when there is 10% or more of change from
the last measured value, measurement is disregarded
in order to prevent incorrect measurement. Renewal of
a display is not carried out.
◆Set measured value U09 to the initial value U08 after
exchanging capacitors.
Related Functions
E20 to E24
(Set value:30)
U10
PC board capacitor powered on time
◆The accumulation time of the capacitor on PC board
are displayed. The accumulation time of the control
power supply multiplied by the life expectancy
coefficient defined by the temperature inside the
inverter are displayed. Hence, the hours displayed
may not agree with the actual operating hours. Since
the accumulation time are counted by unit hours,
power input for less than one hour will be disregarded.
The accumulation time are displayed in TCAP=xxxxxh
of maintenance information. The standard at the
replacement time is 61,000h. Refer to the manual "8-2
regular check" for the maintenance.
U 1 0 U S E R
1 0
Setting range: 0 to 65535 hours
◆Clear the accumulation time to 0 hour, after replacing
the PC board on which capacitors are equipped with.
There is also PC Board without the capacitor
(ex :Control circuit board) not to be cleared the
accumulation time. For details, contact Fuji Electric.
Related Functions
E20 to E24
(Set value:30)
U11
Cooling fan operating time
◆The integrated operating hours of the cooling fan are
displayed. Since the integrated hours are counted by
unit hours, power input for less than one hour will be
disregarded. The integrated hours are displayed in
TFAN=xxxxxh of maintenance information.
The standard at the replacement time is 40,000h in the
inverter of 5HP or less. The standard at the
replacement time is 25,000h in the inverter of 7.5HP or
more. (Estimated life expectancy of a cooling-fan at
inverter ambient temperature of 40 degree.)
The displayed value should be considered as a rough
estimate because the actual life of a cooling fan is
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influenced significantly by the temperature. Refer to
the manual "8-2 regular check" for the maintenance.
U 1 1 U S E R
1 1
Setting range : 0 to 65535 hours
◆ Clear integrated operating time to 0 hour after
replacing the cooling fan.
Related Functions
E20 to E24
(Set value:30)
U13
Magnetize current vibration damping gain
◆Adjust if Magnetize current vibration was occurred in
the inverter output current .
U 1 3 U S E R
1 3
Setting range: 0 to 32767
◆Adjust the value from 0 to 2048 as a standard value.
Vibration damping gain becomes 100% in set value
4096.
U15
Slip compensation filter time constant
◆The filter time constant of Slip compensation is set.
U 1 5 U S E R
1 5
Setting range : 0 to 32767
◆Calculate the filter time constant using the following
formula.
Filter time constant =
2 16
" U15" set value
[ms]
◆The response time of the control slows because the
filter time constant is enlarged when a value is set to
smaller. However, system becomes steady.
◆The response time of the control quickens because the
filter time constant becomes smaller, when a set value
is enlarged.
Note : Response time quickens when a set value is
enlarged. Therefore, there is a possibility that the
output frequency becomes unstable. Please adjust
a set value to smaller than factory setting value.
U23
Integral gain of continuous operation at power failure
U24
Proportional gain of continuous operation at power failure
◆This function becomes effective, when function code
F14 (Restart mode after momentary power failure) set
value is 2 or 3.
U 2 3 U S E R
2 3
U 2 4 U S E R
2 4
Setting range : 0~65535
◆In case of F14 set value : 2.
When the operation continuation level (H15) is
reached, deceleration to a stop occurs. The DC
voltage of the main circuit sharpens the deceleration
slope, and the inverter collects the inertia energy of the
load to maintain the DC bus voltage and controls the
motor until it stops, so that the undervoltage protective
function is not activated.
The deceleration slope is adjusted with U23 and U24.
However, the deceleration operation time never
becomes longer than the set deceleration time.
◆In case of F14 set value : 3.
The output frequency is lowered by the control by
which the DC voltage of the main circuit is kept
constant from the regeneration energy, so that the
inverter may continue operation when momentary
power failure occurs.
The response is adjusted with U23 and U24 at this
time.
◆Calculate the integral gain using the following formula.
2 16
Integral gain =
" U 23" set value
Braking - resistor function select
[30HP or less is corresponded]
◆When function code F13 (electronic thermal)is set to 2,
both the type of the braking resistor and connection
circuit are set. Factory setting is set to nominal applied
resistor and the number of resistor is one. When the
power load capacities of resistor are increased, set the
factory setting properly
U59
U 5 9 U S E R
[ms]
Setting range : 0 to A8 (HEX)
Output frequency
command
|f**|
Output frequency
command
|f*|
Setting of ten’s digit ( type selection )
Set
value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
|f*|
PI
calculator
H15
Set value
0
I gain:U23
P gain:U24
DC voltage of the
main circuit
U48
Input phase loss protection
◆This function selects operation of input phase loss or
power supply unbalance protection.
U 4 8 U S E R
4 8
Setting range : 0 to 2
! CAUTION
△
U49
Operation
Active (without reactor (ACR/DCR))
Active (with reactor (ACR/DCR))
Inactive
When "2" is set to U48, protection
operation of the inverter to input phase
loss or power supply voltage unbalance
does not work. If you use it as it is,
there is a possibility of damaging an
inverter.
Failure may result.
Setting of unit’s digit (connection circuit selection)
*1)
Power
Braking-resistor
Duty Synthetic consumption per
cycle resistance
resistance
Use
[Ω]
[%ED]
[comparatively]
Connection circuit
number
0
1
10%
R
100%
P
1
2
2
2
3
4
4
3
5
6
6
9
7
4
8
8
RS-485 protocol selection
◆The protocol of RS-485 communication is changed.
U 4 9 U S E R
4 9
Set value : 0, 1
Set value
0
1
Operation
FGI-bus
Modbus-RTU
Instruction manual and specifications are prepared
about communicative details. Contact Fuji Electric.
U56
Speed agreement /PG error(Detection width)
U57
Speed agreement /PG error (Detection timer)
U58
PG error selection
5 6
U 5 7 U S E R
5 7
U 5 8 U S E R
5 8
DB
P
DB
P
DB
P
DB
P
DB
P
DB
P
DB
P
DB
P
DB
20%
2R
50%
20%
(1/2)R
50%
40%
R
25%
30%
3R
33%
50%
(3/2)R
17%
50%
R
11%
40%
4R
25%
50%
2R
12.5%
1) It is limited by the %ED value of the braking transistor
inside the inverter.
◆ These functions are effective for the option card
( OPC-G11S-PG,-PG2,-PGA ).
Refer to each manual.
U 5 6 U S E R
Type braking resistor
Standard applied resistor
DB0.75-2C
DB2.2-2C
DB3.7-2C
DB5.5-2C
DB7.5-2C
DB0.75-4C
DB2.2-4C
DB3.7-4C
DB5.5-4C
DB7.5-4C
Duty
Resistance Capacity cycle
[Ω]
[%ED]
[W]
10%
100
200
40
400
33
400
20
800
15
900
200
200
160
400
130
400
80
800
60
900
Set value
Set value
0
1
2
5 9
5-45
! CAUTION
△
◆Set the function code both “ F13” and “U59 ” before
operating the inverter, and don’t change the functions
during operation. The integrated thermal data are
cleared immediately, when function code “ F13” or
“U59 ” are changed. The overheat protection of
resistor becomes invalid. When the function code
“ F13” or “U59 ” are changed in the state where
temperature rose, the overheat protection of resistor
becomes invalid, too.
◆As there is a possibility of damaging the inverter, the
resistor value less than standard applied value should
not be available.
◆Make into one kind the resistor used as combination
conditions for a braking resistor, and connect it so that
the electric power is consumed equally in each
resistor.
◆When the resistor which is instead of DB***-2C/4C are
used as External braking resistor, function code F13
should be set to “0”.
◆ When resistor values less than Standard applied
resistor value is set to the function code, regeneration
operation is invalid. OU alarm will be occurred.
◆If connection of resistor and setting value of resistor is
not corresponded, there is a possibility of damaging
the resistor and the inverter.
Function for manufacturer
[40HP or more is corresponded]
This function is available to release the overheating alarm
(OH1) at the DC fan broken.
U59
5 9
Set value : 00, 01
Set value
00
01
Operation
OH1 alarm at DC fan broken
No alarm at DC fan broken
! CAUTION
△
◆It causes overheating trip (OH1,OH3) in the inverter,
and the life time decrease such as electrolytic
capacitors on the PCB in the unit by a partial rise
temperature, and there is a possibility to the worst unit
damage when left with the DC fan for an internal stir
stops.
Be sure that set it to the fan exchange and the factory
setting value again promptly after the DC fan for an
internal stir stops. (Contact the fan exchange
procedure Fuji Electric.)
Failure may result.
U60
Regeneration avoidance at deceleration
◆This function is available, when torque limit (brake) of
F41( or E17) is set to “0%”.
U 6 0 U S E R
6 0
Set value : 0, 1
Set value
0
1
U61
Voltage detect offset and gain adjustment
◆40HP or more :
It adjusts, only when a print board is replaced by
maintenance, etc. If not necessary, do not use this
function.
U 6 1 U S E R
Operation
Torque limit operation
(for high response use)
OU alarm avoidance operation
(for only deceleration or Large inertia use )
5-46
6 1
Set value : 0, 1, 2
Inverter
capacity
30HP or less
40HP or more
Failure may result.
U 5 9 U S E R
◆If function code U60 is set to “0”, braking torque is kept
to about “0%” under acceleration, deceleration,
constant speed state. Output frequency is controlled in
correspond to the rapid change in motor load to
prevent OU alarm. Deceleration time becomes longer
than the set deceleration time (F08).
◆In case of setting value U60:1, Compared with setting
value "0", it controls not to perform torque limit
operation only at the deceleration time, but to prevent
the rise of the DC voltage of the main circuit, and
avoid OU alarm.
At this time, although deceleration time becomes
longer than a setting value of F08, it becomes shorter
than setting value"0" of U60. It may occur OU alarm, if
load changes rapidly during deceleration.
Operation
0 : Inactive(fixed)
0 : Inactive
1 : Voltage detect offset adjustment
2 : Voltage detect gain adjustment
◆Set the function code in the following procedure.
If the inverter are operated without this adjustment
after replacing the PC board, normal operation may
not be able to be performed.
(Offset adjustment)
1) Confirm that the main power supply is turned ON,
the motor wiring are connected and the motor has
stopped (inverter operation command is OFF).
2) When the data of U61 is changed to "1", and the
FUNC/DATA key is ON, the offset self adjustment is
started. The display of “storing" of the keypad
panel disappears several seconds later. When the
set value returns to "0", adjustment is completed.
If the main power supply is turned OFF, while
outputting alarm, motor is driving, coast-to-stop
command(BX) is ON and this adjustment is started,
the inverter becomes “Er7:TUNING ERROR".
In this case, start the adjustment after removing the
above-mentioned factor.
(Gain adjustment)
1) Drive the motor in an arbitrary frequency of about
10 to 60Hz(However, constant speed) after
executing
the
above-mentioned
offset
adjustment.(U61:1)
At this time, gain adjustment is available unrelated
to the load state.
2) When the data of U61 is changed to "2", and the
FUNC/DATA key is ON, the gain self adjustment is
started. The display of “ storing" of the keypad
panel disappears several seconds to 30 seconds
later. When the set value returns to "0", adjustment
is completed.
If inverter is not operated, this adjustment is not
available.
U89
Motor overload memory retention
◆This is Motor overload memory (Electrical thermal O/L
relay) retention selection at power up.
U 8 9 U S E R
8 9
Setting range : 0, 1
Set value
0
1
Operation
Inactive
When power up the drive, Motor
overload data is reset.
Active.
When power is down, the drive stores
Motor overload data and use this data
at next power up.
5-47
6. Protective Operation
6-1 List of Protective Operations
In the event of an abnormality in the inverter, the protective function will activate immediately to trip the inverter, display the
alarm name on the LED monitor, and the motor coasts-to-a stop. For alarm contents, see Section 6.1.1.
Table 6.6.1 List of alarm displays and protective functions
Keypad panel display
Alarm Name
Contents of operation
LED LCD
If the inverter output current momentarily exceeds the overcurrent
During
OC1 OC DURING ACC
detection level due to an overcurrent in the motor, or a short-circuit
acceleration
or a ground fault in the output circuit, the protective function is
During
activated.
deceleration
Running at
constant speed
If a ground fault in the inverter output circuit is detected, the protective function is
activated (for 40HP or more only). If a ground fault occurs in an inverter rated at
30HP or less, the inverter is protected by the overcurrent protection. If protection
against personal injury or property damage is required, install a ground-fault
protective relay or earth-leakage circuit breaker separately.
During
If the DC link circuit voltage of the main circuit exceeds the
acceleration
overvoltage detection level (230V series: 400V DC,460V series:
During
800V DC) due to an increase in the regenerating current from the
deceleration
motor, the output is shut down.
However, protection against inadvertent overvoltage apply (e.g.,
Running at
constant speed high-voltage line) may not be provided.
If the DC link circuit voltage of the main circuit falls below the undervoltage detection
level (230V series: 200V DC,460V series: 400V DC) due to a lowered power supply,
the output is shut down. If function code F14 (Restart after momentary power failure)
is selected, an alarm is not displayed. In addition, if the supply voltage falls to a
level unable to maintain control power, an alarm may not be displayed.
If the inverter is driven with any one of the three phases connected to L1/R, L2/S and
L3/T of the main circuit power supply "open", the rectifying diodes or smoothing
capacitors may be damaged, at such time an alarm is issued and the inverter is
tripped.
If the temperature of the heat sink rises due to a cooling fan failure, etc., the
protective function is activated.
If the external alarm contacts of the braking unit, braking resistor or external thermal
O/L relay are connected to the control circuit terminals (THR), this alarm will be
actuated according to contact off signal.
When the PCT thermal protection is activated(H26:1), it operates when the detected
temperature is increased.
If the temperature inside the inverter rises due to poor ventilation, etc., the protective
function is activated.
Overcurrent of the terminal 13(20mA or more) due to the short circuit between the
terminal 13 and 11, etc., the protective function is activated.
If electronic thermal O/L relay (for braking resistor) function code F13 is selected, the
protective function is activated to prevent the resistor from burning due to overheating
following frequent use of the braking resistor.
The protective function is activated if the motor current exceeds the preset level,
provided that electronic thermal O/L relay 1 function code F10 has been selected.
If the second motor current exceeds the preset level when the operation is switched
to drive the second motor, the protective function is activated, provided that
electronic thermal O/L relay 2 of function code A04 is selected.
OC2
OC DURING DEC
OC3
OC AT SET SPD
EF
GROUND FAULT
OU1
OV DURING ACC
OU2
OV DURING DEC
OU3
OV AT SET SPD
LU
UNDERVOLTAGE
Lin
PHASE LOSS
Overheating of heat
sink
External alarm
OH1
FIN OVERHEAT
OH2
EXT ALARM
Inverter internal
overheating
OH3
HIGH AMB TEMP
Overheating of
braking resistor
dbH
DBR OVERHEAT
Motor 1 overload
OL1
MOTOR1 OL
Motor 2 overload
OL2
MOTOR2 OL
Inverter overload
OLU
INVERTER OL
Blown fuse
FUS
DC FUSE OPEN
Memory error
Er1
MEMORY ERROR
Keypad panel
communication
error
CPU error
Option error
Er2
KEYPD COM ERR
CPU ERROR
OPTN COM ERR
OPTION ERROR
OPR PROCD ERR
TUNING ERROR
If an CPU error occurs due to noise, etc., the protective function is activated.
Error when using an optional unit
Forced stop
Output wiring error
Er3
Er4
Er5
Er6
Er7
RS-485
communication error
Er8
RS-485 COM ERR
If an error occurs when using RS-485, the protective function is activated.
Over current
Ground fault
Overvoltage
Undervoltage
Input open-phase
If the output current exceeds the rated overload current, the protective function is
activated to provide thermal protection against semiconductor element overheating in
the inverter main circuit.
If the fuse in the inverter is blown out following a short-circuit or damage to the
internal circuit, the protective function is activated (for 40HP or more only).
If a memory error occurs, such as missing or invalid data, the protective function is
activated.
If a communication error or interrupt between the keypad panel and control circuit is
detected, the protective function is activated.
Error when using the forced stop command
If there is an open circuit or a connection error in the inverter output wiring during
performing auto-tuning, the protective function is activated.
6-1
6-2 Alarm Reset
10ms
To release the trip status, enter the reset command
by pressing the RESET key on the keypad panel or
inputting signal from the terminal (RST) of the control
terminals after removing the cause of the trip. Since
the reset command is an edge operation, input a
command such as !!OFF-ON-OFF!! as shown in
Fig.6-2-1.
When releasing the trip status, set the operation
command to OFF. If the operation command is set
to ON, inverter will start operation after resetting.
!
WARNING
Reset command
OFF
ON
Keypad panel display
OFF
Trip
OFF
Normal
display
Alarm display
Alarm output
or
ON
(Operable)
OFF
Fig.6-2-1
If the alarm reset is activated with the operation signal ON, the inverter will restart suddenly, which
may be dangerous. To ensure safety, disable the operating signal when releasing the trip status.
as accident may result.
6-2
7.Trouble shooting
7.1
Protective function activation
(1) Overcurrent
Overcurrent
during acceleration
OC1
YES
Remove the short-circuit
and ground fault.
Overcurrent
during deceleration
OC2
Are the motor connecting terminals (U, V, W) short-circuited or grounded?
NO
NO
Reduce the load or increase
the inverter capacity.
YES
NO
Can the torque boost
amount be reduced?
NO
Is the load excessive?
NO
NO
Overcurrent
running at constant speed
OC3
NO
Is the torque boost
correct?
YES
YES
Reduce the torque boost.
NO
Is the acceleration time
setting too short
compared with the load?
YES
NO
Faulty inverter or error
due to noise.
Consult with Fuji Electric.
Is the deceleration time
setting too short compared
with the load?
YES
NO
YES
Has the load changed
suddenly?
YES
Can the acceleration time
setting be prolonged?
NO
YES
Prolong time settings.
Can the deceleration time
setting be prolonged?
NO
The braking method
requires inspection.
Contact Fuji Electric.
Reduce the load or increase
the inverter capacity.
Reduce the load or increase
the inverter capacity.
(2) Ground fault
Remove the grounded part.
YES
Ground fault
EF
Is a part in the inverter output
circuit (cable, motor) grounded?
NO
Faulty inverter or error due to noise.
Contact Fuji Electric.
Note:The ground fault protective function is provided only for inverter for nominal applied motors rated at 40HP or more.
(3) Fuse brown
Fuse brown
FUS
Possible short-circuit
within the inverter.
Contact Fuji Electric.
7-1
(4) Overvoltage
Overvoltage
during acceleration
OU1
Reduce the supply voltage
to less than the specified
upper limit.
NO
Overvoltage
during deceleration
OU2
Overvoltage
running at constant speed
OU3
Is the power supply voltage within the specified value?
YES
YES
YES
Is start mode(H09) activated and its start-mode?
NO
NO
Is restart mode after momentary power failure or
operation switching between line and inverter?
NO
NO
Check the motor and /or
the terminal(U, V, W)
is shorted or ground fault.
YES
NO
YES
Restart time(H13) is
set longer.
NO
Does OU activated when the load is suddenly removed? YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
Faulty inverter
or error due to noise.
Contact Fuji Electric.
YES
Does the main circuit DC link circuit
voltage exceed the protection level?
YES
Does OU alarm activate
when acceleration
is completed?
YES
NO
Can the acceleration
time be prolonged?
NO
YES
YES
NO
YES
Can the deceleration time be prolonged?
NO
Reduce.
YES
Prolong.
Can the moment of load inertia be reduced?
NO
NO
Is the braking device or DC brake function in use?
YES
YES
NO
NO
YES
Consider using
a braking system
or DC brake function.
Inspect the braking method. Contact Fuji Electric.
(5) Low voltage
Has a (momentary) power YES
failure occurred?
Low voltage
LU
Reset and restart
operation.
Faulty of inverter control
circuit or error due
to noise, etc.
Contact Fuji Electric.
NO
NO
Faulty parts or loose
connection in the
power circuit?
YES
Replace the faulty part
and repair the connection.
YES
Is the power supply
voltage within the
specified value?
NO
YES
Is there a load requiring
a large starting current
within the same power
distribution group?
NO
YES
Does LU activate when
the circuit breaker or
magnetic contactor is
switched on?
NO
YES
Modify power distribution system
to satisfy the specified value.
7-2
Is power transformer
capacity adequate?
Is the main circuit DC voltage
(between P-N) higher than
the detection level specified
in Section 6.1.1?
NO
YES
The inverter may be faulty.
Contact Fuji Electric.
(6)(6)
Overtemperature
at inside
air air
Overtemperature
at inside
andand
overheating
at heatsink.
overheating
at heatsink.
Overtemperature
at inside air OH3
Overtemperature
at
inside air OH3
Is between the control
(7) External thermal relay tripped
External thermal relay tripped
OH2
Overheating
at heatsink OH1
Overheating
at heatsink
OH1
YES
Is between the control
terminals 13-11 closed?
YES
terminals 13-11 closed?
NO
NO
Check the temperature of
Remove the short circuit.
the heatsink
usingthe
the alarm
Check
temperature of
information
thedisplayed
heatsink using the alarm
on the keypad panel.
information displayed
Is the cooling fan
NO
on the keypad panel.
for mixing inside air
rotating?
Check the keypad panel display.
(40HP or more)
YES
Display limit or not?
30HP or less: 20 degrees C.
or less)
Does
the heatsink
FaultyYES(30HP
detection
(40HP or more:
50 degrees
C)
YES
Faulty
detection
temperature indicate
circuit
on PCB.
NO
circuit on PCB.
Contact Fuji Electric.
Contact Fuji Electric.
Is the peripheralNO
temperature of the
inverter –10 degrees C
NOYESMake peripheral
Reduce
the
Isor the
less ?load excessive?
temperature
of the
inverter to meet
YES NO
the specification.
YES
Is the load excessive?
Is the cooling
NO
fan
rotating?
Is the cooling
fan rotating?
NO
Replace the cooling fan.
YES
NO
Remove
Replace
the obstacles.
cooling fan
for mixing inside air.
YES
YES
Remove obstacles.
the specification?
NO
Is the ambient NO
temperature within
the specification ?
YES
Arrange peripheral
conditions to meet
Arrange
peripheral
the specification.
conditions to meet
Faulty inverter or error
due to noise, etc.
Contact Fuji Electric.
Faulty inverter or error
due to noise, etc.
Contract Fuji Electric.
no
the specification.
YES
NO
Is PTC level
H27 set correctly?
NO
Incorrect motor load or
inadequate cooling.
Check the motor side.
Set to correct
value.
NO
Change to regular
external circuit.
YES
Faulty inverter or error
due to noise, etc.
Contact Fuji Electric.
Is data input to
the control terminals
THR-X1 to X9?
Are alarm signals from
external equipment
input to the terminals
and the CM?
NO
Connect the alarm
signal contact.
YES
(8) Inverter unit overload and motor overload
Inverter unit
overload OLU
Is PTC operating?
Replace the cooling fan.
YES(30HP or less)
Is the
ambient
Is the
cooling
air
passage
blocked? within
temperature
YES
Is the external circuit
(including constants)
regular?
YES
Is the
fan
Iscooling
the cooling
air
for mixing
insideblocked?
air
passage
rotating?
(40HP or more) NO
Is PTC MODE
H26 enabled?
YES
load.
Reduce the load.
NO
YES
NO
Is the alarm function
of the external
equipment operating
correctly?
Motor overload
OL1, OL2
YES
Do the characteristics
of the electronic thermal
O/L relay and motor
overload match?
NO Connect a thermal
O/L relay externally.
YES
Is the electronic thermal
O/L relay setting correct?
NO
Set to the correct level
YES
Is the load excessive?
YES
NO
Faulty inverter or error
due to noise, etc.
Contact Fuji Electric.
Reduce the load or
increase inverter
capacity
7-3
Faulty inverter or error
due to noise, etc.
Contact Fuji Electric.
NO
Remove the cause
of alarm function
activation.
(9) Memory error Er1,
(9) Memory
errorpanel
Er1,
Keypad
communication error Er2,
Keypad panel communication error Er2,
CPU
error
CPU
error
Er3 Er3
(10) Output wiring error
(10) Output wiring error
Er1,2,3 indicated. Abnormal
display or indication goes out.
Output wiring
error Er7
Are the braking unit and
braking resistor connected
incorrectly?
Connect
correctly
the cable.
YES
NO
Turn the power off then on
again after the CHARGE lamp
(CRG) goes off.
YES
Is the wiring of CNRXTX(RED)
correct on the power PCB?
(When DC power supply, connect it to the
R0-T0 side and AC power input is
connected to the auxilialy power
input terminal.)
Did the error occur
during tuning?
NO
NO
YES
Is Er1 displayed?
NO
Is there noise
source around?
YES
NO
Is the auxiliary
control power input
terminal used?
Are the braking unit and
braking resistor connected
incorrectly?
YES
NO
Faulty inverter or error
due to noise, etc.
Contact Fuji Electric.
Faulty inverter or error
due to noise, etc.
Contact Fuji Electric.
Did the power off
when the function data
was writing?
NO
Is The
the U,V,W
U,V,Wterminal
terminal
Is
wiring not connected
wiring
connected
or
is not
there
an open
or circuit?
is there an open circuit?
YES
Is it possible to
reset the alarm after
the initialize by H03?
NO
Connect
correctly
or replace
the cable.
NO
YES
NO
Is the keypad panel
connector loose?
Inverter is normal.
Continue operation.
Connect
YES correctly
or replace
the cable.
NO
YES
Inverter may be faulty.
Contact Fuji Electric.
YES
Secure
the connector.
NO
theoperation
operation signal
Is Is
the
OFF
during signal OFF
during auto-tuing?
auto-tuning?
(11) Input phase loss
YES
Do not operation signal OFF
until finishing the auto tuning.
YES
Acceleration/Deceleration
time is longer.
NO
Input phase loss
Lin
NO
YES
NO
The trouble part is
improvement.
Is disappeared an
error code on
the LED monitor?
YES
Is Er7 displayed?
overcurrent limiting
IsIs itit overcurrent
limiting
because of small
because
smallvalue
valueofof
acceleration/deceleration
accelaration/deceleration
timetime(F07/F08)?
(F07/F08)?
Is the inverter ROM No.
S09000 or more?
NO
YES
Is the setting value of
input phase loss protection
(U48) is correct?
Is the coast-to-stop
signal(BX) ON?
NO
Set it correct value.
YES
NO
Faulty inverter or
error due to noise, etc.
Contact Fuji Electric.
Are all main circuit power
supply terminals L1/R, L2/S
and L3/T connected to
the power supply?
NO
Connect all
three phases.
YES
Are there loose screws
on the terminal block?
YES
Tightenen the screws
on the terminal block.
NO
Is there a significant
imbalance voltage
between phases?
YES
The power supply is incorrect.
The inspection of the power supply
is needed including the wiring.
NO
Faulty inverter or error
due to noise, etc.
Contact Fuji Electric.
(12) Charging circuit error
Charging circuit error
Er7
Is
circuit
power
supply
terminals
Is circuit
power
terminals
L1/R,L2/S
andsupply
L3/T supplied
theL1/R,
powerL2/S
and
L3/T supplied the power voltage?
voltage?
NO
Input the voltage.
YES
Faulty inverter or error
due to noise, etc.
Contact Fuji Electric.
7-4
YES
It is OFF.
YES
Connect
correctly
the cable.
7-2
Abnormal motor rotation
(1) If motor does not rotate
Charge lamp (CRG)
lights and LCD monitor
lights up?
Motor does not rotate.
NO
Are the circuit breaker and
magnetic contactor on the
power supply side switched on?
YES
Remove the cause of
alarm function activation
and reset the alarm,
then run the motor.
YES
NO
Are the voltages
on the power terminals
(R/L1, S/L2, T/L3) normal?
YES
NO
Is operation method
the keypad panel or
control terminal input?
If no error is detected,
continue operation.
Turn on.
YES
Is the LCD monitor
displaying an alarm
mode screen?
Keypad
panel
NO
Is a jumper or DC reactor
connected between
terminals P1 and P(+)?
Control
terminals
NO
Check for problems
(low voltage,
an open-phase,
a loose connection,
poor contact) and
remedy accordingly.
Connect.
YES
Inverter may be faulty.
Contact Fuji Electric.
YES
Does the motor run
if FWD or REV is
pressed?
NO
YES
∧
Press the !Up!
key and set
the frequency.
external
wiring
between
AreAre
external
wiring
between
control
circuit
terminals
NO control
circuit
terminals
FWD,
connected
FWD,
REVREV-CM
-CM
correctly?correctly?
connected
Was the forward or
reverse operation
command given?
NO
NO
YES
Has the frequency
been set?
YES
YES
Does the motor start
∧ key
when the !Up!
is pressed?
NO
NO
NO
Is the external wiring
between control terminals
13, 12, 11, C1and V2 or
between X1-X9 and
CM for the multistep
frequency selection
connected correctly?
YES
Are the frequency limiter
(High) and the frequency
setting lower than
the starting frequency?
YES
YES
Are the inverter output
terminals (U,V,W) provided
with the proper voltage?
Faulty motor
NO
Correct the wiring error.
NO
Replace
Replacethe
thefaulty
faulty
frequency
POT
(VR),
frequencysetting
setting
POT
(VR)
signal
switch,
, signalconverter,
converter,
switch,
or
as as
required.
orrelay
relaycontacts
contacts
required.
NO
Set the frequency
correctly.
YES Replace the faulty
switch or relay.
Inverter may be faulty.
Contact Fuji Electric.
YES
NO
YES
Excessive load?
YES
Is the torque boost
set correctly?
NO
YES
Are the cables to
the motor connected
correctly?
NO
Correct the wiring error.
The load is excessive,
resulting in motor lock.
Reduce the load and check
that the brake is released
(if a mechanical brake is used).
Note: Monitor the operation
command or frequency setting
values, etc., on the LED or LCD
monitor after selecting
the respective functions.
Raise the torque boost.
The motor does not rotate if the following commands are issued.
An operation command is issued while the coast-to-stop or DC braking command is output
A reverse operation command is issued with the “H08 Rev. phase sequence lock” value set to 1.
7-5
(2) If the motor rotates but the speed does not change
Is the maximum
frequency
setting too low?
The motor rotates but
the speed does not change.
YES
Increase the setting.
NO
YES
Change the setting.
Is the higher or lower
frequency limiter
activating?
Set the frequency.
YES
Keypad panel
operation
NO
YES
Pattern
operation
Is the timer
timing too long?
NO
YES
Is the pattern
operation complete?
Which frequency setting
methodis used: keypad
panel, analog signal,
multistep frequency,
or UP/DOWN control?
Is the pattern operation
activated?
Does the speed change
when the ∧ or
∨ key is pressed?
Analog signal
Multistep frequency
UP/DOWN
Can the frequency
setting signal(0 to
±10V,
4 to 20 mA)
be changed?
NO
YES
NO
NO
YES
Are the external
connections between
X1-X9 and CM correct?
Are all acceleration
and deceleration
times identical?
NO
Correct the
connection error.
YES
NO
Are the frequencies
for each multistep
frequency different?
NO
Change the
frequency setting.
YES
Faulty inverter or error
due to noise, etc.
Contact Fuji Electric.
NO
NO
Are the external
connections
between control
terminals 13,
11,
terminals
13,12,
12,11
,V2 and C1 correct?
YES
Replace the faulty
frequency setting
POT (VR) or signal
converter as required.
Is the acceleration
or deceleration time
set too long?
YES
Change the time setting
to conform to load values.
In the following cases, changing the motor speed is also restricted:
Signals are input from control terminals both 12 and C1 when “F01 Frequency command 1”and “C30
Frequency command 2” are set to 3, and there is no significant change in the added value
The load is excessive, and the torque limiting and current limiting functions are activated
7-6
(3) If the motor stalls during acceleration
The motor stalls
during acceleration.
Is the acceleration
time too short?
YES
Prolong the time.
NO
Is the inertia moment
of the motor or
the load excessive?
YES
Reduce the torque of
the load or increase
the inverter capacity.
YES
Contact Fuji Electric.
Reduce the inertia moment
of the load or increase
the inverter capacity.
Has the motor terminal
voltage dropped?
NO
YES
YES
NO
NO
Use a thicker cable
between the inverter
and the motor or
shorten the cable length.
Is a special motor used?
Is the torque of
the load excessive?
NO
YES
Is the torque boost
set correctly?
Faulty inverter or error
due to noise, etc.
Contact Fuji Electric.
NO
Increase the torque boost.
(4) If the motor generates abnormal heat
The motor generates
abnormal heat.
Is the torque
boost excessive?
YES
Reduce the torque boost.
NO
Has the motor been
operated continuously
at a very low speed?
YES
Use a motor exclusive
to the inverter.
NO
Is the load excessive?
YES
Reduce the load or
increase motor capacity.
NO
Is the inverter output
voltage (at terminals
U, V, W) balanced?
YES
Faulty motor
NO
Faulty inverter or error
due to noise, etc.
Contact Fuji Electric.
7-7
Note: Motor overheating following a higher frequency
setting is likely the result of current waveform.
Contact Fuji Electric.
8. Maintenance and Inspection
Proceed with daily inspection and periodic inspection to prevent malfunction and ensure long-term
reliability. Note the following:
8-1 Daily Inspection
During operation, a visual inspection for abnormal operation is completed externally without
removing the covers
The inspections usually cover the following:
(1) The performance (satisfying the standard specification) is as expected.
(2) The environment satisfies standard specifications.
(3) The keypad panel display is normal.
(4) There are no abnormal sounds, vibrations, or odors.
(5) There are no indications of overheating or no discoloration.
8-2 Periodical Inspection
Periodic inspections must be completed after stopping operations, cutting off the power source,
and removing the surface cover.
Note that after turning off the power, the smoothing capacitors in the DC section in the main circuit
take time to discharge. To prevent electric shock, confirm using a multimeter that the voltage has
dropped below the safety value (25 V DC or below) after the charge lamp (CRG) goes off.
• Start the inspection at least five minutes after turning off the power supply for
inverter rated at 30HP or less, and ten minutes for inverter rated at 40HP or
more. (Check that the charge lamp (CRG) goes off, and that the voltage is 25V
DC or less between terminals P(+) and N(-). Electric shock may result.
• Only authorized personnel should perform maintenance and component
! WARNING
replacement operations. (Remove metal jewelry such as watches and rings.)
(Use insulated tools.))
• Never modify the inverter.
Electric shock or injury may result.
Table 8-2-1 Periodical inspection list
Check parts
Environment
Keypad panel
Structure such as a
frame or cover
Main circuit
Common
Conductor and
wire
Check items
1) Check the ambient temperature, humidity,
vibration, atmosphere (dust, gas, oil mist,
water drops).
2) Is the area surrounding the equipment clear
of foreign objects.
1) Is the display hard to read?
2) Are the characters complete?
How to inspect
1) Conduct visual
inspection and use
the meter.
2) Visual inspection
Evaluation Criteria
1) The specified
standard value
must be satisfied.
2) The area is clear.
1),2) Visual inspection
1) Is there abnormal sound or vibration?
2) Are nuts or bolts loose?
3) Is there deformation or damage?
4) Is there discoloration as a result of
overheating?
5) Are there stains or dust?
1) Are there loose or missing nuts or bolts?
2) Are there deformation, cracks, damage, and
discoloration
due
to
overheating
or
deterioration in the equipment and insulation?
3) Are there stains and dust?
1) Visual and aural
inspection
2) Tighten.
3),4),5) Visual
inspection
1),2) The display can
be read and is not
abnormal.
1), 2), 3), 4), 5) Not
abnormal
1) Is there discoloration or distortion of a
conductor due to overheating?
2) Are there cracks, crazing or discoloration of
the cable sheath?
8-1
1) Tighten.
2),3) Visual inspection
1),2) Visual inspection
1), 2), 3) Not
abnormal
Note: Discoloration
of the bus bar does
not indicate a
problem.
1), 2) Not abnormal
Main circuit
Main circuit
Control circuit
Is there damage?
1) Is there electrolyte leakage, discoloration,
crazing, or swelling of the case?
2) Is the safety valve not protruding or are
valves protruding too far?
3) Measure the capacitance if necessary.
Resistor
1) Is there unusual odor or damage to the
insulation by overheating?
2) Is there an open circuit?
Transformer
and reactor
Magnetic
conductor and
relay
Control PC
board and
connector
Is there abnormal buzzing or an unpleasant
smell?
1) Is there rattling during operation?
2) Are the contacts rough?
Cooling fan
1) Is there abnormal sound or vibration?
2) Are nuts or bolts loose?
3) Is there discoloration due to overheating?
Cooling system
Terminal block
Smoothing
capacitor
1) Are there any loose screws or connectors?
2) Is there an unusual odor or discoloration?
3) Are there cracks, damage, deformation, or
excessive rust?
4) Is there electrolyte leakage or damage to
the capacitor?
Ventilation
Is there foreign matter on the heat sink or intake
and exhaust ports?
Note: If equipment is stained, wipe with a clean cloth. Vacuum the dust.
Visual inspection
1), 2) Visual inspection
3) * Estimate life
expectancy from
maintenance
information and from
measurements using
capacitance
measuring
equipment.
1) Visual and
olfactory inspection
2) Conduct a visual
Inspection or use
a multimeter by
removing the
connection on one
side.
Aural, olfactory, and
visual inspection
1) Aural inspection
2) Visual inspection
1) Tighten.
2) Visual and olfactory
inspection
3) Visual inspection
4) * Estimate life
expectancy by visual
inspection and
maintenance
information
1) Aural and visual
inspection. Turn
manually (confirm the
power is off).
2) Tighten.
3) Visual inspection
4) * Estimate life
expectancy by
maintenance
information
Visual inspection
Not abnormal
1), 2) Not abnormal
3) Capacitance ≧
initial value x 0.85
1) Not abnormal
2) Less than about
±10% of the
indicated
resistance value
Not abnormal
1),2)Not abnormal
1),2),3),4)Not
abnormal
1) The fan must
rotate smoothly.
2), 3) Not abnormal
Not abnormal
∗Estimation of life expectancy based on maintenance information
The maintenance information is stored in the inverter keypad panel and indicates the
electrostatic capacitance of the main circuit capacitors and the life expectancy of the electrolytic
capacitors on the control PC board and of the cooling fans. Use this data as the basis to
estimate the life expectancy of parts.
1) Determination of the capacitance of the main circuit capacitors
This inverter is equipped with a function to automatically indicate the capacitance of the
capacitors installed in the main circuit when powering up the inverter again after disconnecting
the power according to the prescribed conditions.
The initial capacitance values are set in the inverter when shipped from the factory, and the
decrease ratio (%) to those values can be displayed.
Use this function as follows:
8-2
(1) Remove any optional cards from the inverter. Also disconnect the DC bus connections to the
main circuit P(+) and N(-) terminals from the braking unit or other inverters if connected. The
existing power-factor correcting reactor (DC reactor) need not be disconnected.
A power supply introduced to the auxiliary input terminals (R0, T0) that provides control power
should be isolated.
(2) Disable all the digital inputs (FWD, REV, X1-X9) on the control terminals. Also disconnect
RS-485 communication if used.
Turn on the main power supply. Confirm that the cooling fan is rotating and that the inverter is not
operating. (There is no problem if the "OH2 External thermal relay tripped" trip function is
activated due to the digital input terminal setting off.)
(3) Turn the main power off.
(4) Turn on the main power again after verifying that the charge lamp is completely off.
(5) Open the maintenance information on the keypad panel and confirm the capacitance values of
the built-in capacitors.
2) Life expectancy of the control PC board
The actual capacitance of a capacitor is not measured in this case. However, the integrated
operating hours of the control power supply multiplied by the life expectancy coefficient defined
by the temperature inside the inverter will be displayed. Hence, the hours displayed may not
agree with the actual operating hours depending on the operational environment.
Since the integrated hours are counted by unit hours, power input for less than one hour will be
disregarded.
3) Life expectancy of cooling fan
The integrated operating hours of the cooling fan are displayed. Since the integrated hours
are counted by unit hours, power input for less than one hour will be disregarded.
The displayed value should be considered as a rough estimate because the actual life of a
cooling fan is influenced significantly by the temperature.
Table 8-2-2 Rough estimate of life expectancy using maintenance information
Parts
Level of judgment
Capacitor in main circuit
85% or less of the initial value
Electrolytic capacitor on
control PC board
61,000 hours
Cooling fan
40,000 hours (5HP or less), 25,000 hours (Over 7.5HP) (*1)
*1 Estimated life expectancy of a ventilation-fan at inverter ambient temperature of 40°C (104°F)
8-3
8-3 Measurement of Main Circuit Electrical Quantity
The indicated values depend on the type of meter because the harmonic component is included
in the voltage and current of the main circuit power (input) and the output (motor) side of the
inverter. When measuring with a meter for commercial power frequency use, use the meters
shown in Table 8.3.1.
The power-factor cannot be measured using power-factor meters currently available on the
market, which measure the phase difference between voltage and current. When power-factors
must be measured, measure the power, voltage, and current on the input side and output side,
then calculate the power-factor using the following formula:
Power[ W]
Power − factor =
× 100[%]
3 × Voltage[ V ] × Current[ A ]
Table 8-3-1
Meters for measuring main circuit
Input (power supply) side
Item
Voltage
Meter
name
Ammeter
Meter
type
Moving-iron
type
AR,S,T
Current*
Voltmeter
VR,S,T
Rectifier or
moving-iron
type
Output (motor) side
Voltage
Powermeter
WR,S,T
Ammeter
AU,V,W
Digital
power meter
Moving-iron
type
DC link circuit
voltage
(P(+) - N(-))
Current
Voltmeter
VU,V,W
Rectifier type
Powermeter
WU,V,W
DC voltmeter
V
Digital power
meter
Moving-coil
type
Symbol
Note: When measuring the output voltage using a rectifier type meter, an error may occur.
Use a digital AC power meter to ensure accuracy.
Fig 8-3-1 Connection of the meters
8-4
8-4 Insulation Test
Avoid testing an inverter with a megger because an insulation test is completed at the factory. If a
megger test must be completed, proceed as described below. Use of an incorrect testing method
may result in product damage.
If the specifications for the dielectric strength test are not followed, the inverter may be damaged.
If a dielectric strength test must be completed, contact your local distributor or nearest Fuji Electric
sales office.
(1) Megger test for the main circuit
① Use a 500V DC type megger and isolate the main power before commencing measurement.
② If the test voltage is connected to the control circuit, remove all connection cables to the control
circuit.
③ Connect the main circuit terminals using common cables as shown in Fig. 8-4-1.
④ Execute the megger test only between the common cables connected to the main circuit and the
ground (terminal
G).
⑤ A megger indicating 5MΩ or more is normal. (This is the value measured with an inverter only.)
Fig. 8-4-1
Megger test
(2) Insulation test in the control circuit
A megger test and a dielectric strength test must not be performed in the control circuit.
resistance range multimeter for the control circuit.
Prepare a high
① Remove all external cables from the control circuit terminals.
② Conduct a continuity test between grounds. A result of 1MΩ or more is normal.
(3) Exterior main circuit and sequence control circuit
Remove all cables from inverter terminals to ensure the test voltage is not applied to the inverter.
8-5 Parts Replacement
The life expectancy of a part depends
on the type of part, the environment,
and usage conditions. Parts should
be replaced as shown in Table 8-5-1.
Table 8-5-1 Part replacement
Part name
Standard
period for
replacement
Cooling fan
3 years
Smoothing
capacitor
Electrolytic
capacitor on the
PC board
Fuse
Other parts
5 years
7 years
10 years
-
Comments
Exchange for a new part.
Exchange for a new part
(determine after checking).
Exchange for a new PC board
(determine after checking).
Exchange for a new part.
Determine after checking.
8-6 Inquiries about Products and Product Guarantee
(1) Inquiries
If there is damage, a fault in the product, or questions concerning the product, contact your local distributor
or nearest Fuji Electric sales office:
a) Inverter type
b) Serial No. (equipment serial number)
c) Purchase date
d) Inquiry details (e.g., damaged part, extent of damage, questions, status of fault)
8-5
(2) Product guarantee --- Please take the following items into consideration when placing your order.
When requesting an estimate and placing your orders for the products included in these materials, please be aware that any items
such as specifications which are not specifically mentioned in the contract, catalog, specifications or other materials will be as
mentioned below.
In addition, the products included in these materials are limited in the use they are put to and the place where they can be used,
etc., and may require periodic inspection. Please confirm these points with your sales representative or directly with this company.
Furthermore, regarding purchased products and delivered products, we request that you take adequate consideration of the
necessity of rapid receiving inspections and of product management and maintenance even before receiving your products.
1. Free of Charge Warranty Period and Warranty Range
1-1 Free of charge warranty period
(1) The product warranty period is "1 year from the date of purchase" or 24 month from the manufacturing
date imprinted on the name place, whichever date is earlier.
(2) However in cases where the use environment, conditions of use, use frequency and times, etc., have an
effect on product life, this warranty period may not apply.
(3) Furthermore, the warranty period for parts restored by Fuji Electric's Service Department is "6 month from
the date that repairs are completed."
1-2 Warranty range
(1) In the event that breakdown occurs during the product's warranty period which is the responsibility of Fuji
Electric, Fuji Electric will replace or repair the part of the product that has broken down free of charge at
the place where the product was purchased or where it was delivered. However, if the following cases
are applicable, the terms of this warranty may not apply.
1) The breakdown was caused by inappropriate conditions, environment, handling or use methods, etc. which are not
specified in the catalog, operation manual, specifications or other relevant documents.
2) The breakdown was caused by the product other than the purchased or delivered Fuji's product.
3) The breakdown was caused by the product other than Fuji's product, such as the customer's equipment or software
design etc.
4) Concerning the Fuji's programmable products, the breakdown was caused by a program other than a program supplied
by this company, or the results from using such a program.
5) The breakdown was caused by modifications or repairs affected by a party other than Fuji Electric.
6) The breakdown was caused by improper maintenance or replacement using consumables, etc. specified in the operation
manual or catalog, etc.
7) The breakdown was caused by a chemical or technical problem that was not foreseen when making practical application
of the product at the time it was purchased or delivered.
8) The product was not used in the manner the product was originally intended to be used.
9) The breakdown was caused by a reason which is not this company's responsibility, such as lightning or other disaster.
(2) Furthermore, the warranty specified herein shall be limited to the purchased or delivered product alone.
(3) The upper limit for the warranty range shall be as specified in item (1) above and any damages
(damage to or loss of machinery or equipment, or lost profits from the same, etc.) consequent to or
resulting from breakdown of the purchased or delivered product shall be excluded from coverage by this
warranty.
1-3. Trouble diagnosis
As a rule, the customer is requested to carry out a preliminary trouble diagnosis. However, at the customer's request, this company or
its service network can perform the trouble diagnosis on a chargeable basis. In this case, the customer is asked to assume the burden
for charges levied in accordance with this company's fee schedule.
2. Exclusion of Liability for Loss of Opportunity, etc.
Regardless of whether a breakdown occurs during or after the free of charge warranty period, this company shall not be liable for any
loss of opportunity, loss of profits, or damages arising from special circumstances, secondary damages, accident compensation to
another company, or damages to products other than this company's products, whether foreseen or not by this company, which this
company is not be responsible for causing.
3. Repair Period after Production Stop, Spare Parts Supply Period (Holding Period)
Concerning models (products) which have gone out of production, this company will perform repairs for a period of 7 years after
production stop, counting from the month and year when the production stop occurs. In addition, we will continue to supply the spare
parts required for repairs for a period of 7 years, counting from the month and year when the production stop occurs. However, if it is
estimated that the life cycle of certain electronic and other parts is short and it will be difficult to produce or produce those parts, there
may be causes where it is difficult to provide repairs or supply spare parts even within this 7-year period. For details, please confirm at
our company's business office or our service office.
4. Transfer Rights
In the case of standard products which do not include settings or adjustments in an application program, the products shall be
transported to and transferred to the customer and this company shall not be responsible for local adjustments or trial operation.
5. Service Contents
The cost of purchased and delivered products does not include the cost of dispatching engineers or service costs. Depending on the
request, these can be discussed separately.
6. Applicable Scope of Service
Above contents shall be assumed to apply to transactions and use of the country where you purchased the products. Consult the local
supplier or Fuji for detail separately.
8-6
9. Specifications
9-1 Standard Specifications
(1) Three-phase 230V series
Nominal
[HP]
G11
Input ratings
Output
ratings
P11
applied
motor
Type
FRN[][][]G11S-2UX
Rated output
capacity (*1) [kVA]
Rated output
current (*2) [A]
Overload
capability
Starting torque
Braking torque
(*3) [%]
Braking time [s]
Braking duty
cycle [%ED]
Mass [lbs (kg)]
Type
FRN[][][]P11S-2UX
Rated capacity (*1)
[kVA]
Rated output
current (*2) [A]
Overload
capability
Starting torque
Braking torque
(*3) [%]
Braking time [s]
Braking duty
cycle [%ED]
Mass [lbs (kg)]
Rated output
voltage (*4) [V]
Rated output
frequency [Hz]
Phases, voltage,
frequency
Voltage/frequency
variations
Momentary voltage
dip capability (*7)
Required power
supply
capacity (*8)[kVA]
0.25
0.5
1
2
3
5
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
60
75
100
125
150
F25
F50
001
002
003
005
007
010
015
020
025
030
040
050
060
075
100
125
-
0.6
1.2
2.0
3.2
4.4
6.8
10
13
18
24
29
35
46
58
72
86
113
138
-
1.5
3.0
5.0
8.0
11
17
25
33
46
59
74
87
115
145
180
215
283
346
-
150% of rated output current for 1 min.
200% of rated output current for 0.5 s
200% or more (under torque vector control)
150% or more
100% or more
10
10
4.9
(2.2)
5
5
150% of rated output current for 1 min.
180% of rated output current for 0.5 s
180% or more (under torque vector control)
Approx. 10 to 15%
Approx. 20%
5
3
4.9
5.5
(2.2) (2.5)
No limit
No limit
5
3
2
3
2
8.4
(3.8)
8.4
(3.8)
8.4
(3.8)
13
(6.1)
13
(6.1)
22
(10)
22
23
23
64
(10) (10.5) (10.5) (29)
79
(36)
97
(44)
101
(46)
154
(70)
254
(115)
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
007
010
015
020
025
030
040
050
060
075
100
125
150
-
-
-
-
-
-
8.8
12
17
22
27
31
46
58
72
86
113
138
165
-
-
-
-
-
-
22
29
42
55
67
78
115
145
180
215
283
346
415
154
(70)
254
(115)
110% of rated output current for 1 min.
50% or more
Approx. 20%
Approx. 10 to 15%
No limit
No limit
-
-
-
-
3-phase, 200V/50Hz,
13
13
(5.7) (5.7)
200V,220V,230V/60Hz
-
-
13
(5.7)
22
(10)
22
23
64
(10) (10.5) (29)
64
(29)
79
(36)
97
(44)
101
(46)
50,60Hz
3-phase, 200 to 220V, 220 to 230V/50Hz
3-phase, 200 to 230V/60Hz
3-phase, 200 to 230V, 50/60Hz
Voltage:
+10% to -15% (Imbalance rate between phases:
2% or less (*6) , Frequency:
+5% to -5%
Operation will continue with 165V or more. If voltage drops below 165V, operation will continue for up to 15 ms.
If "Continuous operation" is selected, the output frequency will be lowered to withstand the load until normal voltage is resumed.
0.4
0.7
1.3
2.2
3.1
5.0
7.2
9.7
9-1
15
20
24
29
38
47
56
69
93
111
134
(2) Three-phase 460V series
Nominal applied
motor [HP]
Type
FRN[][][]G11S-4UX
Rated output
capacity (*1) [kVA]
Rated output
current (*2) [A]
Overload
capability
G11
Starting torque
Braking torque
(*3) [%]
Braking time [s]
Braking duty
cycle [%ED]
Mass [lbs (kg)]
Input ratings
Output
ratings
Type
FRN[][][]P11S-4UX
Rated capacity (*1)
[kVA]
Rated output
current (*2) [A]
Overload
capability
P11
Starting torque
Braking torque
(*3) [%]
Braking time [s]
Braking duty
cycle [%ED]
Mass [lbs (kg)]
Rated output
voltage(*4) [V]
Rated output
frequency [Hz]
Phases, voltage,
frequency
Voltage/frequency
variations
Momentary voltage
dip capability (*7)
Required power
supply
capacity (*8)[kVA]
0.5
1
2
3
5
7.5 10
15
20
25
30
40
50
60
75 100 125 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 600 700 800
F50 001 002 003 005 007 010 015 020 025 030 040 050 060 075 100 125 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 600
-
-
1.2 2.0 2.9 4.4 7.2 10
14
19
24
31
36
48
60
73
89 120 140 167 202 242 300 331 414 466 518 590
-
-
1.5 2.5 3.7 5.5
18
24
30
39
45
60
75
91 112 150 176 210 253 304 377 415 520 585 650 740
-
-
-
-
9
13
150% of rated output current for 1 min.
200% of rated output current for 0.5 s
200% or more (under torque vector control)
50% or more
100% or more
20% or more
5
5
3
5
3
5
2
3
150% of rated output current for 1 min.
180% of rated output current for 0.5 s
180% or more (under torque vector control)
10 to 15%
No limit
No limit
2
4.9 5.5 8.4 8.4 8.4 14 14 22 22 23 23 64 75 86 88 106 154 154 220 220 309 309 705 705 904 904
(2.2) (2.5) (3.8) (3.8) (3.8) (6.5) (6.5) (10) (10) (10.5) (10.5) (29) (34) (39) (40) (48) (70) (70) (100) (100) (140) (140) (320) (320) (410) (410)
-
-
-
-
-
007 010 015 020 025 030 040 050 060 075 100 125 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 600 700 800
-
-
-
-
-
10
-
-
-
-
-
13
18
24
29
35
48
60
73
89 120 140 167 202 242 300 331 386 414 518 590 669 765
12.5 16.5 23
30
37
44
60
75
91 112 150 176 210 253 304 377 415 485 520 650 740 840 960
110% of rated output current for 1 min.
50% or more
Approx. 20%
Approx. 10 to 15%
No limit
No limit
-
13 13 13 22 22 23 64 64 75 86 88 106 154 154 220 220 309 309 309 705 705 904 904
(6.1) (6.1) (6.1) (10) (10) (10.5) (29) (29) (34) (39) (40) (48) (70) (70) (100) (100) (140) (140) (140) (320) (320) (410) (410)
3-phase, 380V, 400V, 415V(440V)/50Hz, 380V, 400V, 440V, 460V/60Hz
-
-
-
-
50,60Hz
3-phase,380 to 480V,50/60Hz
Voltage:
3-phase, 380 to 440V/50Hz
3-phase, 380 to 480V/60Hz
+10% to -15% (Imbalance rate between phases:
*5)
2% or less (*6) , Frequency:
+5% to -5%
Operation will continue with 310V or more. If voltage drops below 310V, operation will continue for up to 15 ms.
If "Continuous operation" is selected, the output frequency will be lowered to withstand the load until normal voltage is resumed.
0.7 1.2 2.2 3.1 5.0 7.2 9.7 15
20
24
29
38
47
57
70
93
111 136 161 196 244 267 341 383 433 488 549 610
(*1) Indicated capacities are at the rated output voltage 230V for the 230V series and 460V for the 460V series. The rated capacity will
be lowered if the supply voltage is lowered.
(*2) In the case of a low impedance load, such as a high-frequency motor, the current may drop below the rated current.
(*3) Indicates when a nominal applied motor is used (the average torque when decelerated to stoppage from 60 Hz, which varies
depending on motor loss).
(*4) An output voltage exceeding the supply voltage cannot be generated.
(*5) The taps within the inverter must be changed for a power supply rated at 380 to 398V/50 Hz or 380 to 430V/60 Hz.
(*6) If the imbalance between phases exceeds 2%, use a power-factor correcting DC reactor (DCR).
Imbalance rate between phases [%] =
( Max. Voltage [V] - Min. Voltage [V] )
x 67[%]
3-phase average voltage [V]
(*7) Test was conducted under the standard load conditions stipulated by the JEMA committee (at the load equivalent to 85% of the
nominal applied motor).
(*8) Indicates the values required when using a power-factor correcting DC reactor (DCR) (optional for inverters of 75HP or less) with a
loaded nominal applied motor.
9-2
Output frequency
9-2 Common Specifications
Item
Control method
Maximum
frequency
Base
frequency
Starting
frequency
Carrier
frequency
Accuracy
(stability)
Control
Setting
resolution
Voltage/frequency
characteristics
Torque boost
Accelerating/decelerating
time
DC injection braking
Function equipped
Operation method
25 to 400Hz variable setting
0.1 to 60Hz variable setting
P11S: 25-120Hz variable setting
Holding time:
0.0 to 10.0 s
G11: 0.75 to 15kHz (75HP or less) 0.75 to 10kHz (100HP or more)
P11: 0.75 to 15kHz (30HP or less) 0.75 to 10kHz (40 to 100HP) 0.75 to 6kHz (125HP or more)
Analog setting: +/- 0.2% or less of the max. Frequency (at 25℃ (77°F) +/- 10℃ (50°F))
Digital setting: +/- 0.01% or less of the max. Frequency (-10℃ (14°F) to +5℃ (122°F))
Analog setting: 1/1000 of max. frequency (30HP or less) 1/3000 of max. frequency (40HP or more)
Digital setting: 0.01Hz (99.99Hz or less), 0.1Hz (100.0Hz or more)
Output voltage at base frequency can be adjusted separately, such as 80 to 240V (230V series) or 320 to 480V
(460V series).
Output voltage at max. frequency can be adjusted separately, such as 80 to 240V (230V series) or 320 to 480V
(460V series).
Auto: Optimum control corresponding to the load torque.
Manual: 0.1 to 20.0 code setting (energy saving reduced torque, constant torque (strong), etc.)
0.01 to 3600s
Four accelerating and decelerating time settings are possible independent of each other by selecting digital input
signals.
In addition to linear acceleration and deceleration, either S-shaped acceleration/deceleration (weak/strong) or
curvilinear acceleration/deceleration can be selected.
Starting frequency: 0.0 to 60.0Hz, braking time: 0.0 to 30.0s,
Braking level: 0 to 100% (G11S), 0-80% (P11S)
Frequency upper and lower limiter, bias frequency, frequency gain, jump frequency, pick-up operation, restart
after momentary power failure, switching operation from line to inverter, slip compensation control, automatic
energy saving operation, regeneration avoiding control, droop control, torque limiting (2-step), torque control, PID
control, second motor switching, cooling fan ON/OFF control.
Keypad panel: Run by FWD , REV keys, stop by STOP key
Terminal input:
Forward/stop command, reverse/stop command, coast-to-stop command, alarm reset,
acceleration/deceleration selection, multistep frequency selection, etc.
Keypad panel: Setting by ∧ , ∨ keys
External potentiometer: External freq.setting POT (VR) (1 to 5kΩ)
Analog input: 0 to +10V (0 to +5V), 4 to 20mA, 0 to +/- 10V (FWD/REV operation)
+10 V to 0 (reverse operation), 20 to 4mA (reverse operation)
UP/DOWN control: Frequency increases or decreases as long as the digital input signal is turned on.
Multistep frequency selection: Up to 15 steps are selectable by a combination of digital input signals (four kinds).
Link operation: Operation by RS-485 (standard).
Program operation: Pattern operation by program
Jogging operation: Jogging operation by FWD , REV key or digital input signals
Operation status signal
Transistor output (4 signals): Running, frequency arrival, frequency detection, overload early warning, etc.
Relay output (2 signals): Alarm output (for any fault), multi-purpose relay output signals
Analog output (1 signal): Output frequency, output current, output voltage, output torque, power consumption, etc.
Pulse output (1 signal): Output frequency, output current, output power, output torque, power consumption, etc.
Output frequency, setting frequency, output current, output voltage, motor synchronous speed, line speed, load
rotation speed, calculated torque value, power consumption, calculated PID value, PID command value, PID
feedback value, alarm code
Operation information, operational guide, functional code/name/setting data, alarm information, tester function,
motor load rate measuring function (Maximum/average current (rms) during measuring period, maintenance
information (Integrated operation hours, capacitance measurement for main circuit capacitors, heat sink
temperature, etc.))
Six languages (Japanese, English, German, French, Spanish, and Italian)
Charging (voltage residual), operation indication
Overcurrent, short-circuit, ground fault, overvoltage, undervoltage, overload, overheating, blown fuse, motor
overload, external alarm, input open-phase, output open-phase (when tuning), braking resistor protection, CPU
and memory error, keypad panel communication error, PTC thermistor protection, surge protection, stall
prevention, etc.
Indoor, altitude less than 3300ft (1000m), free from corrosive gas, dust, and direct sunlight (Pollution degree 2)
-10℃ (14°F) to +50℃ (122°F) (ventilating cover must be removed under conditions exceeding +40℃ (104°F)
for models rated at 30HP or less)
5 to 95%RH (no condensation)
Operation/storage :86 to 106 kPa
Transport
:70 to 106 kPa
0.12inch(3mm) at from 2 to less than 9Hz, 9.8m/s2 at from 9 to less than 20Hz,
2m/s2 at from 20 to less than 55Hz, 1m/s2 at from 55 to less than 200Hz,
-25℃ (-13°F) to +65℃ (149°F)
Operation
Indication
G11S:
Frequency setting
Digital display (LED)
Liquid crystal display (LCD)
Language
Lamp display
Protective functions
Installation location
Ambient temperature
Environment
Explanation
Sinusoidal wave PWM control (with V/F control, torque vector control, PG feedback vector control (option))
G11S: 50 to 400Hz variable setting P11S: 50-120Hz variable setting
Ambient humidity
Air pressure
Vibration
Storage
Ambient
temperature
Ambient humidity
5 to 95%RH (no condensation)
9-3
9-3 Outline Dimensions
■ Outline Dimensions (30HP or less)
inch (mm)
4.33(110)
0.28(7)
0.28(7)
0.28(7)
3.78(96)
0.24(6)
5.90(150)
5.70(145)
5.35(136)
2.42(61.5)
0.28(7)
0.24(6)
9.69(246)
0.61(15.5)
0.28(7)
0.31(8)
0.61(15.5)
1.56(39.5)
10.2(260)
9.69(246)
0.28(7)
0.24(6)
10.2(260)
0.28(7)
0.28(7)
0.24(6)
3.43(87)
3.74(95)
0.31(8)
4.29(109)
3.92(99.5)
1.06
(27)
1.73 1.22 1.22
(44) (31) (31)
FRNF25G11S-2UX to FRNF50G11S-2UX
FRNF50G11S-4UX
5.12
(130)
1.44
(36.5)
3.15
(80)
3.70
(94)
2.82
(71.5)
FRN001G11S-2UX
FRN001G11S-4UX
5.71
(145)
2.03
(51.5)
3.74
(95)
4.29
(109)
3.41
(86.5)
FRN002G11S-2UX to FRN005G11S-2UX
FRN002G11S-4UX to FRN005G11S-4UX
FRNF25G11S-2UX to FRN001G11S-2UX
FRNF50G11S-4UX to FRN001G11S-4UX
9.84(250)
1.81 2.07
(46) (52.5)
0.43
(11)
5.67(144)
0.31(8)
6.26(159)
0.39
(10)
2.17 2.42
(55) (61.5)
5.75(146)
5.51(140)
2.54
(64.5)
FRN007G11S-2UX to FRN010G11S-2UX
FRN007G11S-4UX to FRN010G11S-4UX
FRN007P11S-2UX to FRN015P11S-2UX
FRN007P11S-4UX to FRN015P11S-4UX
FRN015G11S-2UX to FRN030G11S-2UX
FRN015G11S-4UX to FRN030G11S-4UX
FRN020P11S-2UX to FRN030P11S-2UX
FRN020P11S-4UX to FRN030P11S-4UX
9-4
5.06(128.5)
0.43
(11)
2.28
(58)
0.39(10)
5.49(139.5)
0.43(11)
0.39(10)
4.17
(106)
15.7(400)
4.09(104)
0.39(10)
14.88(378)
0.47(12)
9.37(238)
7.72(196)
10.2(260)
0.47(12)
0.47(12)
7.68(195)
0.43(11)
8.66(220)
7.68(195)
8.90(226)
0.47(12)
5.12(130)
0.31(8)
6.26(159)
■ Outline Dimensions (G11S :40HP to 350HP, P11S :40HP to 450HP)
IInstallation
盤内設置型inside panel type
External
cooling type
外部冷却型
H5
H4
2or3-φC
W
W1
W3
D2
D2
4-φ18
吊り穴
4or6取付寸法 mounting
4or6hole
取付ボルト
W1
W3
4or6パネルカット寸法
mounting
4or6W2
hole
取付ボルト
W1
W3
H3
H1
H6
C
H1
C
D1
H2
H1
H
4-φ18
吊り穴
2or3-φC
H5
H4
D
D1
H2
H1
H
W
W1
W3
230V Series
Nominal
Inverter type
applied
FRN-G11S series
FRN-P11S series
motor[HP]
40
FRN040G11S-2UX FRN040P11S-2UX
FRN050P11S-2UX
-
50
FRN050G11S-2UX
-
FRN060P11S-2UX
-
60
FRN060G11S-2UX
-
FRN075P11S-2UX
-
75
FRN075G11S-2UX
-
FRN100P11S-2UX
-
100
FRN100G11S-2UX
-
FRN125P11S-2UX
-
125
FRN125G11S-2UX
-
150
FRN150P11S-2UX
-
Dimension
W
W1
W2
W3
13.4 9.45 12.8
(340) (240) (326)
14.8 10.8 14.2
(375) (275) (361)
H
Unit inch (mm)
H1
H2
H3
H4
H5
H6
21.7 20.9 19.7 20.2
(550) (530) (500) (512)
-
D
D1
D2
C
Mounting
bolt
10.0
(255)
24.2 23.4 22.2 22.7
(615) (595) (565) (577) 0.47 0.98 0.35
5.71
0.39
(12) (25) (9) 10.6 (145)
(10)
(270)
0.16
29.1 28.3 27.2 27.6
(4)
(740) (720) (690) (702)
20.9 16.9 20.1
(530) (430) (510)
29.5 28.3 27.0 27.4
(750) (720) (685) (695) 0.61 1.28 0.49
26.8 22.8 26.0 11.4 34.6 33.5 32.1 32.5 (15.5) (32.5) (12.5)
(680) (580) (660) (290) (880) (850) (815) (825)
11.2 5.71
(285) (145)
0.59
(15)
14.2 8.66
(360) (220)
M8
M12
460V Series
Nominal
Inverter type
applied
FRN-G11S series
FRN-P11S series
motor[HP]
40
FRN040G11S-4UX FRN040P11S-4UX
FRN050P11S-4UX
-
50
FRN050G11S-4UX
-
FRN060P11S-4UX
-
60
FRN060G11S-4UX
-
FRN075P11S-4UX
-
75
FRN075G11S-4UX
-
FRN100P11S-4UX
-
100
FRN100G11S-4UX
-
FRN125P11S-4UX
-
125
FRN125G11S-4UX
-
FRN150P11S-4UX
-
150
FRN150G11S-4UX
-
FRN200P11S-4UX
-
200
FRN200G11S-4UX
-
FRN250P11S-4UX
-
250
FRN250G11S-4UX
-
FRN300P11S-4UX
-
300
FRN300G11S-4UX
-
FRN350P11S-4UX
-
350
FRN350G11S-4UX
-
400
FRN400P11S-4UX
450
FRN450P11S-4UX
Dimension
W
W1
W2
W3
13.4 9.45 12.8
(340) (240) (326)
H
Unit inch (mm)
H1
H2
H3
H4
H5
H6
D
D1
D2
0.47 0.98 0.35
5.71
26.6 25.8 24.6 25.1 (12) (25) (9) 10.6 (145)
(675) (655) (625) (637)
(270)
-
Mounting
bolt
10.0
(255)
21.7 20.9 19.7 20.2
(550) (530) (500) (512)
14.8 10.8 14.2
(375) (275) (361)
C
0.39
(10)
M8
0.59
(15)
M12
29.1 28.3 27.2 27.6
(740) (720) (690) (702)
12.4 6.89 0.16
(315) (175) (4)
29.1 28.0 26.6 27.0
(740) (710) (675) (685)
20.9 16.9 20.1
(530) (430) (510)
0.61 1.28 0.49
(15.5) (32.5) (12.5)
39.4 38.2 36.8 37.2
(1000) (970) (935) (945)
26.8 22.8 26.0 11.4
(680) (580) (660) (290)
9-5
14.2 8.66
(360) (220)
■Outline Dimensions (G11S :400HP or more ,P11S :500HP or more)
D
W
W1
W2
W1
W2
W1
W3 W4
W3 W4
W3 W4
H7
W1
H7
H1
Lifting bolts
Mounting dimensions
of internal mounting type
Holes for
fixing bolts
H4
H1
Holes for
fixing bolts
H1
D4
Holes for
fixing bolts
H3
D3
W5
D5
D2
D2
C
D6
D1
D2
H
H6
H5
H2
W3 W4
D1
D1
Mounting dimensions of external cooling type
460V Series
Nominal
Inverter type
applied
FRN-G11S
series
FRN-P11S series
W
W1 W2
motor[HP]
400
FRN400G11S-4UX
-
-
450
26.8 22.8 26.0
FRN450G11S-4UX
-
(680) (580) (660)
500
FRN500P11S-4UX
-
600
FRN600P11S-4UX
-
500
FRN500G11S-4UX
-
600
FRN600G11S-4UX
-
34.6 30.7 33.9
700
FRN700P11S-4UX (880) (780) (860)
-
800
FRN800P11S-4UX
-
Nominal
Inverter type
applied
FRN-G11S series
FRN-P11S series
motor[HP]
400
FRN400G11S-4UX
FRN450P11S-4UX
-
450
FRN450G11S-4UX
-
500
FRN500P11S-4UX
-
600
FRN600P11S-4UX
-
500
FRN500G11S-4UX
-
600
FRN600G11S-4UX
-
700
FRN700P11S-4UX
-
800
FRN800P11S-4UX
-
Dimension
D2
D3
D4
Dimension
W3
W4
W5
11.4
(290)
-
24.0
(610)
Unit inch (mm)
H
H1
H2
H3
H4
H5
H6
H7
D
D1
55.1 53.9 52.4 52.8 52.6 0.61 1.38 0.57 17.7 11.2
(1400) (1370) (1330) (1340) (1335) (15.5) (35) (14.5) (450) (285)
10.2 10.2 31.9
(260) (260) (810)
Unit inch (mm)
D5
D6
C
0.25 1.97 3.94 1.38 4.53 0.59
(6.4) (50) (100) (35) (115) (15)
9-6
Mounting
bolt
M12
■ Outline Dimensions (Reactor; Accessories for 100HP or more)
terminal
端子 穴 hole
Fig. B
J
Fig. A
端子 部 詳
細
terminal
details
MA X. E
F± 5
MA X. E
F± 5
B± 1
A± 3
4-ø G
取付 穴 hole
terminal
C±2
B± 1
D±3
A± 3
MA X. I
MA X. H
MA X. I
MA X. H
terminal
端子 穴 hole
C±2
4-ø G
D±3
取付 穴 hole
terminal
terminal
端子 穴 hole
J
Fig.
C
図B
terminal
details
端子 部 詳
細
L±3
MAX.F
K±3
MA X. H
E ±5
20
B± 1
A± 3
4-ø G×20 長穴
取付 穴 hole
terminal
C±2
D±3
230V Series
Inverter type
FRN100G11S/P11S-2UX
DC Reactor type
DCR2-75B
FRN125G11S/P11S-2UX
DCR2-90B
FRN150P11S-2UX
DCR2-110B
Fig.
Fig. A
Fig. B
Dimension
A
B
C
D
E
7.87 6.69 3.94 5.55 4.33
(200) (170) (100) (141) (110)
7.09 5.91 4.33 5.94 5.51
(180) (150) (110) (151) (140)
7.48 6.30 4.72 6.34 5.91
(190) (160) (120) (161) (150)
Unit inch (mm)
F
G
2.76
(70)
2.95
(75)
3.15
(80)
0.39
(10)
F
G
H
I
8.27 10.6
(210) (270)
9.45 11.0
(240) (280)
10.6 13.0
(270) (330)
J
K
L
Terminal
hole size
—
—
—
M12
0.98
(25)
—
—
φ15
Mass
[lbs]
(kg)
40
(18)
44
(20)
55
(25)
460V Series
Inverter type
FRN100G11S/P11S-4UX
DC Reactor type
DCR4-75B
FRN125G11S/P11S-4UX
DCR4-90B
FRN150G11S/P11S-4UX
DCR4-110B
FRN200G11S/P11S-4UX
DCR4-132B
FRN250G11S/P11S-4UX
DCR4-160B
FRN300G11S/P11S-4UX
DCR4-200B
FRN350G11S/P11S-4UX
DCR4-220B
FRN400G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN450P11S-4UX
FRN450G11S-4UX
DCR4-315B
FRN500G11S/P11S-4UX
DCR4-355B
Fig.
DCR4-400B
FRN700P11S-4UX
DCR4-450B
FRN800P11S-4UX
DCR4-500B
B
Fig. A
7.48 6.30
(190) (160)
C
D
Fig. B
E
2.95
(75)
4.92 6.34
(125) (161)
3.15
(80)
9.84
(250)
0.47
(12)
10.2
(260)
11.4 12.6
(290) (320)
11.6 13.0
(295) (330)
11.8 13.8
(300) (350)
14.6
(370)
12.6
—
(320)
8.27 7.09 5.31 6.73
(210) (180) (135) (171)
3.54
(90)
5.91
(150)
6.30 3.74
5.71 7.13 (160) (95)
9.45 8.27 (145) (181)
(240) (210)
6.69
(170)
10.2 8.86
(260) (225)
7.28 3.94
(185) (100)
9-7
I
0.39
(10)
3.35
(85)
8.66 7.48
(220) (190)
H
9.45 10.6
(240) (270)
4.72
(120)
5.51
(140)
Fig. C
Unit inch (mm)
4.53 5.94 3.94
(115) (151) (100)
7.87 6.69
(200) (170)
DCR4-280B
FRN600G11S/P11S-4UX
Dimension
A
11.0
(280)
J
K
L
Terminal
hole size
—
—
—
M10
0.98
(25)
—
—
1.18
(30)
—
—
—
—
1.61
(41)
8.46
(215)
1.77
(45)
8.86
(225)
φ12
1.57
(40)
—
—
13.4
(340)
—
—
1.97
(50)
φ15
Mass
[lbs]
(kg)
44
(20)
50
(23)
55
(25)
62
(28)
71
(32)
77
(35)
88
(40)
99
(45)
115
(52)
121
(55)
132
(60)
148
(67)
154
(70)
9-4 RS-485 Modbus RTU Serial Communications
The serial interface supports operation, configuration and monitoring of inverter functions through an
EIA/RS-485 connection. The serial interface is based on Modbus RTU protocol. This protocol allows the
inverter to function as an RTU slave on an industrial network.
9-4-1 Transmission Specification
Item
Physical level
Transmission distance
Number of nodes
Transmission speed
Transmission mode
Transmission protocol
Character code
Character length
Error check
Specification
EIA/RS-485
1600 ft (500 m)
32 total
19200, 9600, 4800, 2400 [bits/s]
Half duplex
Modbus RTU
Binary
8 bits
CRC
9-4-2 Connection
Connection method
Use shielded wire and connect to the control terminals (DX-, DX+ and SD). A termination resistor should be
added between the data lines on the each end of the network. The value of the termination resistor
depends on the characteristic impedance of the cable. A common value for termination resistors is 120
ohms.
Control terminals
Terminal
marking
DX+
DXSD
Terminal name
Function description
Input/output terminals for RS-485
communication.
RS-485 communication data (+)
RS-485 communication data (–)
Cable shield
Electrically floating
9-4-3 Serial Interface Configuration
Inverter function codes H30 to H39 are used to configure the serial interface parameters, such as device
address, baud rate and error response.
9-4-4 Modbus RTU Functions
The following RTU functions are supported. The maximum number of consecutive parameters for function
03 and 16 messages is 16.
Code
03
06
16
Description
Read Holding Registers (16 registers maximum)
Preset Single Register
Preset Multiple Registers (16 registers maximum)
9-8
9-4-5 Inverter Function Code Access
All of the inverter function codes are accessible through the RS-485 serial interface. Inverter function codes
are mapped to RTU holding registers. An inverter function code RTU address is 2 bytes in length. The high
byte corresponds to a code that represents the inverter parameter sort (F–M). The low byte corresponds to
the inverter parameter number within the sort (0 -99).
Code
0
1
2
3
4
Sort
F
E
C
P
H
Name
Basic function
Terminal function
Control function
Motor 1 function
High level function
Code
5
6
7
8
Sort
A
o
S
M
Name
Motor 2 function
Option function
Command/function data
Monitor data
For example, inverter function code M11, output current, is addressed as RTU parameter number 080B
hexadecimal or 2059 decimal.
9-4-6 Command and Monitor Data Registers
high byte
inverter parameter sort code
low byte
inverter parameter number
The command and monitor function codes are used to control the operation of the inverter and monitor the
status variables through the serial interface. The command and monitor function codes are not accessible
from the inverter keypad interface. Inverter parameter H30 and digital input signal LE must be enabled to
operate the inverter from the Modbus interface. If LE is not assigned to a digital input (X1-X9), the signal will
default to ON.
Frequency Setting Registers
Address
1793
Code
S01
Name
Frequency command
Unit
-
Variable Range
Min. unit
Read/
Write
Data
Format
-20000–20000
(max. frequency at ± 20000)
0.00–400.00
1
R/W
2
1797
S05
Frequency command
Hz
0.01
R/W
5
Note:
1) If both S01 and S05 are set, the inverter will ignore the setting of S05.
2) A data setting that exceeds the setting range is possible, but the actual action will be limited by the inverter
configuration.
Operation command data Registers
Address
1798
1799
1804
Code
S06
S07
S12
Name
Operation command
Universal Do
Universal Ao
Unit
-
Variable Range
Refer to the data format [14]
Refer to the data format [15]
-20000–20000
(100% output at ± 20000 )
Min. unit
1
Read/
Write
R/W
R/W
R/W
Data
Format
14
15
2
Note:
1) Since X1–X9 are configurable input commands, it is necessary to set the functions by E01–E09.
2) The alarm reset is executed, when RST signal changes from ON to OFF even if there are no alarms.
3) Universal Do is a function that utilizes the inverter’s digital outputs via communication.
Function data Registers
Address
Code
1800
1801
1802
S08
S09
S10
1803
S11
Name
Acceleration time F07
Deceleration time F08
Torque limit level 1
(driving) F40
Torque limit level 2
(braking) F41
Unit
s
s
%
%
Variable Range
0.1–3600.0
0.1–3600.0
20.00 –200.00, 999
(P11S:20.00-150.00)
0.00, 20.00–200.00, 999
(P11S:20.00-150.00)
Note:
1) The writing of data out of range is treated as out of range error.
2) Use a value of 7FFFH to enter 999 for torque limit functions.
9-9
0.1
0.1
1.00
Read/
Write
R/W
R/W
R/W
Data
Format
3
3
5
1.00
R/W
5
Min. unit
Monitoring parameter registers
Address
Code
2049
M01
2053
M05
2054
Description
Unit
-
Range
1
Read/
Write
R
Data
Format
[2]
0.01
R
[5]
1
R
[2]
0.01
0.01
0.01
R
R
R
[6]
[6]
[5]
0.01
R
[5]
0.01
R
[5]
1.0
-
R
R
[3]
[14]
Min. unit
Hz
M06
Frequency command
(final command)
Frequency command
(final command)
Actual frequency
2055
2056
2057
M07
M08
M09
Actual torque value
Torque current
Output frequency
%
%
Hz
2058
M10
%
2059
M11
Motor output (input
electric power)
Output current r. m. s.
2060
2061
M12
M13
V
-
2062
2063
M14
M15
-
Refer to data format [16]
Refer to data format [15]
-
R
R
[16]
[15]
2064
2065
2066
2067
2068
2069
2071
2072
2073
2074
M16
M17
M18
M19
M20
M21
M23
M24
M25
M26
-
Refer to data format [10]
-
R
[10]
h
V
-
0–65535
0–1000
Refer to data format [17]
Refer to data format [11]
0–64999
Refer to data format [20]
1
1
1
-
R
R
R
R
R
R
[1]
[1]
[17]
[11]
[1]
[20]
2075
M27
-
R
[2]
M31
0.01
R
[5]
2080
M32
1
R
[2]
2081
2082
2083
M33
M34
M35
Actual torque at alarm
Torque current at alarm
Output frequency at alarm
%
%
Hz
0.01
0.01
0.01
R
R
R
[6]
[6]
[5]
2084
M36
%
0.01
R
[5]
2085
M37
0.01
R
[5]
2086
M38
1.0
R
[3]
2087
M39
2088
2089
M40
M41
2090
M42
2091
2092
M43
M44
2093
2094
M45
M46
2095
M47
2096
M48
Motor output at alarm
(input power)
Output current r.m.s. at
alarm
Output voltage effective
value at alarm
Operation command at
alarm
Operating state at alarm
Universal output terminal
data at alarm
Integrated operation time
at alarm
DC link voltage at alarm
Inverter internal air
temp.at alarm
Cooling fin temp. at alarm
Life of main circuit
capacitor.
Life of printed circuit
board capacitor.
Life of cooling fan.
- 20000–20000 (max.
frequency at ±20000 )
0.00–400.00
(P11S:0.00-120.00)
- 20000–20000
(max. frequency at ± 20000)
- 200.00 – 200.00
- 200.00 – 200.00
0.00 – 400.00
(P11S:0.00-120.00)
0.00–200.00
1
2079
Output voltage r. m. s.
Operation command (final
command)
Operating state
Universal output terminal
data
Fault memory 0
Fault memory 1
Fault memory 2
Fault memory 3
Integrated operating time
DC link voltage
Type code
Inverter capacity code
ROM version
Transmission error
processing code
Frequency command at
alarm (final command)
Frequency command at
alarm (final command)
Actual frequency at alarm
0.00–200.00 (inverter rating
at 100.00)
0.0–600.0
Refer to data format [14]
-
%
Hz
-
- 20000–20000
(max. frequency at ± 20000)
0.00–400.00
(P11S:0.00-120.00)
- 20000–20000
(max. frequency at ± 20000)
- 200.00–200.00
- 200.00–200.00
0.00–400.00
(P11S:0.00-120.00)
0.00–200.00
V
0.00 – 200.00 (inverter rating
at 100.00)
0.0 – 600.0
-
Refer to data format [14]
-
R
[14]
-
Refer to data format [16]
Refer to data format [15]
-
R
R
[16]
[15]
h
0–65535
1
R
[1]
V
°C
0–1000
0–120
1
1
R
R
[1]
[1]
°C
%
0–120
0.0–100.0
1
0.1
R
R
[1]
[3]
h
0–65535
1
R
[1]
h
0–65535
1
R
[1]
%
9-10
9-4-7 Data Format Specification
All data in the data field of communication frame shall be represented by a 16 bit length word.
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
16 bits binary data
Data format [1]
Unsigned Integer data (Positive): Min. unit 1
Example If F15 (Frequency limit, upper)= 60Hz
60 = 003CH
Data format [2]
Example data = -20
-20 = FFECH
Integer data (Positive, negative): Min. unit 1
Data format [3]
Unsigned Decimal data (Positive): Min. unit 0.1
Example: If F17 (frequency gain setting signal) = 100.0%
100.0 X 10 = 1000 = 03E8H
Data format [4]
Decimal data (Positive, negative): Min. unit 0.1
Example If: C31 (Analog input offset adjust, terminal12) = - 5.0%
- 5.0 X 10= - 50 = FFCEH
Data format [5]
Unsigned Decimal data (Positive): Min. unit 0.01
Example: If C05 (multi-step frequency 1) = 50.25Hz
50.25 X 100 = 5025 = 13A1H
Data format [6]
Decimal data (Positive, negative): Min. unit 0.01
Example: If M07 (actual torque value)= - 85.38%
- 85.38 X 100= - 8538=DEA6H
Data format [7]
Unsigned Decimal data (Positive): Min. unit 0.001
Example: If o05 (follow - up side ASR 1 constant) = 0.105s
0.105 X 1000 = 105 = 0069H
Data format [8]
Decimal data (Positive, negative): Min. unit 0.001
Example: Data = -1.234
- 1.234 X 1000 = - 1234 = FB2EH
Data format [9]
Unsigned Integer data (Positive): Min. unit 2
Example If P01 (Motor 1 number of poles) =2pole
2 = 0002H
9-11
2
1
0
Data format [10]
Code
0
1
2
3
Alarm Code
Description
No alarm
Overcurrent, during acceleration (INV output )
Overcurrent, during deceleration (INV output )
Overcurrent, during steady state operation
(INV output )
Ground fault
Overvoltage, during acceleration
Over voltage, during deceleration
Overvoltage, during steady state operation
DC undervoltage
Power supply open phase
Blown DC fuse
Output wiring error
Overheat, heat sink, inverter
Overheat, outside thermal
Overheat, unit inside temp.
5
6
7
8
10
11
14
16
17
18
19
Data format [11]
Code
22
23
24
25
OC1
OC2
OC3
EF
OU1
OU2
OU3
LU
Lin
FUS
Er7
OH1
OH2
OH3
27
28
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
Description
Overheat, DB resistor
Overload, motor 1
Overload, motor 2
Overload, inverter
dbH
OL1
OL2
OLU
Overspeed
PG wire break
Memory error
Keypad error
CPU error
Option comm. error
Option error
PL error
Output wiring error
RS-485 comm. error
OS
Pg
Er1
Er2
Er3
Er4
Er5
Er6
Er7
Er8
Capacity code
Code
7
15
25
50
100
200
300
500
750
1000
1500
Capacity (HP)
0.07(spare)
0.15(spare)
0.25
0.5
1
2
3
5
7.5
10
15
Data format [12]
Code
2000
2500
3000
4000
5000
6000
7500
10000
12500
15000
Capacity (HP)
20
25
30
40
50
60
75
100
125
150
Code
17500
20000
25000
30000
35000
40000
45000
50000
60600
60700
60800
Capacity (HP)
175
200
250
300
350
400
450
500
600
700
800
Index data (ACC/DEC time, display coefficient)
15
14
13
12
Polarity
0
0
0
0: Positive (+),
1: Negative ( - )
11
10
9
8
7
6
Index portion
0: 0.01
1: 0.1
2: 1
3: 10
5
4
3
Data portion
X
X
X
X
001–999
100–999
100–999
100–999
Example: If F07 (acceleration time 1) = 20.0 s
10.0 < 20< 99.9 → index =1
20.0 = 0.1 X 200 → 0400H + 00C8H = 04C8H
9-12
(0.00–9.99)
(10.0–99.9)
(100–999)
(1000–9990)
2
1
0
Data format [13]
Pattern operation
15
14
13
Direction
of rotation
0
Time
12
11
10
8
7
6
Index portion
0: 1st ACC/DEC time
1: 2nd ACC/DEC time
2: 3rd ACC/DEC time
3: 4th ACC/DEC time
0: FWD
1: REV
9
5
4
3
2
1
0
Data portion
0: 0.01
1: 0.1
2: 1
3: 10
X
X
X
X
001–999
100–999
100–999
100–999
(0.00–9.99)
(10.0–99.9)
(100–999)
(1000–9990)
Example) If C22 (Stage1) = 10.0s R2 (10s, reverse rotation, acceleration time 2/deceleration time 2)
Since 10.0 = 0.1 X 100 > 9000H + 0400H + 0064H = 9464H
Data format [14]
Operation command
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
RST
0
0
0
0
X9
X8
X7
X6
X5
X4
X3
X2
X1
REV
FWD
(All bit are ON by 1)
Example If S06 (operation command) = FWD, X1 and X5 = ON
0000 0000 0100 0101b = 0045H
Data format [15]
Universal output terminal
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Y5
Y4
Y3
Y2
Y1
(All bit are ON by 1)
Example) If M15 (Universal output terminal)=Y1 and Y5 = ON
0000 0000 0001 0001b = 0011H
Data format [16]
15
Operating state
14
BUSY
13
WR
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
RL
ALM
DEC
ACC
IL
VL
TL
NUV
BRK
INT
EXT
REV
FWD
(All bit are ON or active by 1)
FWD: Forward operation
REV: Reverse operation
EXT: DC braking active (or pre-excitation)
INT:
BRK:
NUV:
TL:
VL:
No Output
Braking active
DC link voltage is established
(undervoltage at 0)
Torque limiting
Voltage limiting
9-13
IL:
ACC:
DEC:
ALM:
RL:
WR:
Current limiting
Under acceleration
Under deceleration
Inverter fault
Transmission valid
Function writing privilege
0: Keypad panel
1: RS-485
2: Fieldbus (option)
BUSY: Processing data write
Data format [17]
15
14
Type code
13
12
11
Type
Type
G
P
-
Data format [18]
14
Generation
G11/P11
-
8
7
6
5
4
Series
Series
USA
-
Code
1
2
3
7
2
1
0
Voltage series
Voltage series
230V three phase
460V three phase
575V three phase
-
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
Data 3
6
5
4
3
Data 2
Amperage value Decimal data (positive ):
Min. unit 0.01 inverter capacity is not more than 30HP
Min unit 0.01 for not less than 40HP
Example) If F11 (electronics thermal overload relay 1 level)107.0A (40HP)
107.0 X 10=1070=042EH
If F11 (electronics thermal overload relay 1 level)=3.60A (1HP)
Since 3.60 X 100=360=0168H
Data format [20]
3
Code setting (1–4 figures)
Data 4
Data format [19]
9
Generation
Code
1
2
3
4
5
6
15
10
Transmission error code
Description
FC (function code) error
Illegal address
Illegal address (Data range error)
Code
71
72
73
Description
CRC error
(no response)
Parity error
(no response)
Other errors
(no response)
-Framing error
-Overrun error
-Buffer full error
NAK
-Priority for comm.
-No privilege for writing error
-Forbidden writing error
9-14
2
1
Data 1
0
Data format [21]
Auto tuning
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
0
0
0
0
0
0
REV
FWD
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Data portion
0: Without forward rotation command
1: With forward rotation command.
0: Without reverse rotation command.
1: With reverse rotation command.
Example) If P04 (motor 1 auto - tuning)=1: Forward rotation
0000 0001 0000 0001b=0101H
9-4-8 Communication Errors
Exception Response
When the inverter receives a message that does not contain communication errors but the message can not
be processed, the inverter will return an exception response. The exception response contains an error
sub-code in the data field that represents the problem.
Exception Response Errors
Sub-Code
1
2
3
7
Name
Illegal Function
Illegal Data Address
Illegal Data Value
Negative Acknowledge
Causes
Received RTU Function other than 03, 06 or 16
• The starting parameter address is an unused inverter parameter.
• The starting parameter address plus the offset refers to inverter
parameter greater than the last parameter in a Function Code sort.
• The number of registers is greater than 16.
Data contains an out of range value for an inverter parameter
• Requested data cannot be changed while the inverter is running.
• The inverter parameter function is owned by the network interface
option card and cannot be changed.
Communication errors
Communication errors occur when the inverter receives an invalid message. The inverter will not return a
response to a communication error. A code that represents the last communication error is stored in
inverter parameter M26. Typical communication message errors include parity, framing, and CRC errors.
9-15
10. Options
10-1 Built-in Options
The inverter supports two internally mounted cards. One option card is mounted under the main cover
(Location A) and the other option card is mounted in a special adapter under the keypad (Location B). Only
one card can be mounted in these locations. There are two different types of option cards, Type 1 and Type 2.
You cannot use two Type 1 or Two Type 2 cards but you can mix any combination of Type 1 and Type 2
provided you only have one option per mounting location. Each option card must be mounted in the
designated location. The chart below lists the option card, their types, and their mounting locations.
Type
Loc
OPC-G11S-RY
(Relay output card)
1
A
2nd Option
Type/Loc
2/B
OPC-G11S-DIO
(Digital interface card)
2
A
None
OPC-G11S-AIO
(Analog interface card)
2
A
None
OPC-G11S-PG
(PG Feedback Card)
(G11S only)
1
A
2/B
OPC-G11S-PG2
(PG Feedback Card)
(G11S only)
1
A
2/B
OPC-G11S-SY
(Synchronized operation card)
(G11S only)
OPC-G11S-PDP
(Communication card)
OPC-G11S-DEV
(Communication card)
OPC-G11S-COP
(Communication card)
OPC-G11S-MBP
(Communication card)
OPC-G11S-IBS
(Communication card)
1
A
2/B
• Relay output card
The transistor output from the inverter control output
terminals Y1 and Y4 are converted to the relay
output (1SPDT).
• Frequency setting by binary code (max. 16 bits)
• Monitoring (8 bits) of frequency, output current, and
output voltage
• Auxiliary input for analog frequency setting (0 to
+/-10 V)
• Monitoring of inverter output frequency, current, and
torque in analog voltage, analog output 0-10 VDC
and 4-20mA
• This will enable vector control by pulse generator
feedback signal
• Proportional operation, tuning operation (12/15 V; A,
B Signal)
• This will enable vector control by pulse generator
feedback signal
• Proportional operation, tuning operation (5V; A, not
A, B, not B Signals)
• Two motors are driven synchronously.
2
B
1/A
• Serial communication card for Profibus-DP
2
B
1/A
• Serial communication card for Device Net
2
B
1/A
• Serial communication card for CAN
2
B
1/A
• Serial communication card for Modbus plus
2
B
1/A
• Serial communication card for Interbus-S
Name
10-1
Function
10-2 Separately Installed Options
Name (Type)
Arrester
(CN23232)
(CN2324E)
EMC compliance filter
(FS5536-[][]-07)
(EFL-[][]SP-2)
(EFL-[][][]G11-4 )
(RF3[][][]-F11)
Output circuit filter
(OFL-[][][]-2)
(OFL-[][][]-4)
(OFL-[][][]-4A)
DC reactor
(DCR2-[][][])
(DCR4-[][][])
Explanation
Installation Position
Absorbs power surges from the power source and protects the
whole equipment connected to the power source.
Power supply
An exclusive filter to conform to the EMC Directive
(emissions) in European standard.
Note: Refer to the "Installation Manual" when installing the
filter.
FAB
or
GFCI
ELCB
Connected to the output circuit of the low-noise type inverter
(Carrier frequency :8kHz to 15kHz, 6kHz when exceeding 40HP)
and used for the following purposes.
① Voltage vibration suppression at the motor terminals.
Prevent damage to the motor insulation by surge voltage for
the 460V series inverter.
② Leakage current reduction on the output side wiring.
Reduce leakage current by parallel operation by multiple
motors or long-distance wiring.
- Length of wiring should be 1300ft (400m) or less.
③ To reduce induced noise and radiating noise from output
wiring. Effective in long-distance wiring such as plant lines.
Note 1 : When OFL-[][][]-2 or OFL-[][][]-4 is connected, the setting
value of the carrier frequency (F26) should be set to
8kHz or more. (6kHz or more when exceeding 40HP.)
Note 2 : There is no restriction of carrier frequency (F26) when
connecting the OFL-[][][]-4A.
(For power coordination)
① Used when the capacity of the power supply transformer
exceeds 500kVA and exceeds the rated capacity of the
inverter tenfold.
② Used when a thyristor converter is connected as a common
load on the same transformer.
- If the commutating reactor is not used for the thyristor
converter, an AC reactor is necessary at the inverter input
side. Confirm.
③ Used to prevent an inverter OV trip from occurring when the
phase advanced capacitor in the power line is switched on
and off.
④ Used when the voltage imbalance exceeds 2%.
Voltage unbalance [%] ( Max. Voltage [V] - Min. Voltage [V] )
=
3-phase average voltage [V]
x67%
R S T
U V W
L1/R
L2/S
L3/T
P1
P(+)
Inverter
Power supply capacity
Commutating
reactor
Inverter
DC reactor
U V W
Series
connected
reactor
M
Motor
Thyristor
converter
Power-factor
improving capacitor
R S T
U V W
(For improving the input power-factor and reducing harmonics)
Used to reduce the harmonic current (improvement of
power-factor).
* For details on the degree of reduction, see the materials
attached to the guidelines, etc.
Surge suppressor
(SZ-Z[])
Frequency meter
(TRM-45)(FM-60)
Frequency setting device
(VR)
(RJ-13BA-2)(WA3W-1kΩ)
For magnetic contactor
[Product of Fuji Electric Technica Co., Ltd.]
Analog frequency meter (45, 60 square)
[Product of Fuji Electric Technica Co., Ltd.]
Frequency setting variable resistor
[Product of Fuji Electric Technica Co., Ltd.]
10-2
M
Motor
11. Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
11-1 General
In accordance with the provisions described in the European Commission Guidelines Document on Council
Directive 89/336/EEC,Fuji Electric Co., Ltd. has chosen to classify the FRENIC 5000G11S range of Inverters
as "Complex Components".
Classification as a "Complex Components" allows a product to be treated as an "apparatus", and thus permits
compliance with the essential requirements of the EMC Directive to be demonstrated to both an integrator of
FRENIC Inverters and to his customer or the installer and the user.
FRENIC Inverters is supplied `CE-marked', signifying compliance with EC Directive 89/336/EEC when fitted
with specified filter units installed and earthed in accordance with this sheet.
This Specification requires the following performance criteria to be met.
EMC product standard
EN61800-3/1997 +A11/2000
Immunity : Second environment ( Industrial environment )
Emission : First environment ( Domestic environment )
Distribution class of Emission
Unrestricted distribution
Without OPC-G11S-***
FRN020G11S-4UX or less.
FRN025P11S-4UX or less.
Restricted distribution
Without OPC-G11S-***
FRN025G11S-4UX or more.
FRN030P11S-4UX or more.
FRN-G11S/P11S-2UX
With OPC-G11S-***
FRN-G11S-2UX/4UX all models with OPC-G11S-***.
Card option :OPC-G11S-AIO, DIO, PG, PGA, PG2, SY, RY, PGDIO,
PGRY, TL
Bus option
:OPC-G11S-PDP, DEV, MBP, IBS, COP
WARNING
This is a product of the restricted sales distribution class according to
IEC61800-3.
In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in
which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
Finally, it is customer’s responsibility to check whether the equipment conforms to EMC directive.
11-1
11-2 Recommended Installation Instructions
It is necessary that to conformed to EMC Directive, these instructions must be followed.
Follow the usual safety procedures when working with electrical equipment. All electrical
filter, Inverter and motor must be made by a qualified electrical technician.
connections to the
1) Use the correct filter according to Table 11-1.
2) Install the Inverter and filter in the electrically shielded metal wiring cabinet.
3) The back panel of the wiring cabinet of board should be prepared for the mounting dimensions of the filter.
Care should be taken to remove any paint etc. from the mounting holes and face area of the panel. This
will ensure the best possible earthing of the filter.
4) Use the screened cable for the control , motor and other main wiring which are connected to the Inverter,
and these screens should be securely earthed.
5) It is important that all wire lengths are kept as short as possible and that incoming mains and outgoing
motor cables are kept well separated.
" To minimize the conducted radio disturbance in the power distribution system, the length of the motor-cable
should be as short as possible. "
Table 11-1
RFI
Applied Inverter
FRNF50G11S-4UX
FRN001G11S-4UX
FRN002G11S-4UX
FRN003G11S-4UX
FRN005G11S-4UX
FRN007G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN010G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN015G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN020G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN025G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN030G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN040G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN040G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN050G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN060G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN075G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN100G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN125G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN150G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN200G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN250G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN300G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN350G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN400G11S/P11S-4UX
FRN450G11S/P11S-4UX
filters
Rated
Max.
Filter Type Current Rated
Voltage
FS5536-5-07
(EFL-0.75G11-4)
5A
FS5536-12-07
(EFL-4.0G11-4)
12A
FS5536-35-07
(EFL-7.5G11-4)
FS5536-50-07
(EFL-15G11-4)
FS5536-72-07
(EFL-22G11-4)
35A
RFI
Dimensions
LxWxH [inch (mm)]
filter
Mount Dims
Y x X [inch (mm)]
12.6(320)×4.57(116)×1.65(42)
11.5(293)×3.54(90)
12.6(320)×6.10(155)×1.77 (45)
11.5(293)×4.13(105)
13.4(341)×8.86(225)×1.87(47.5)
12.2(311)×6.57(167)
50A
19.7(500)×9.84(250)×2.76(70)
17.7(449)×7.28(185)
72A
19.7(500)×9.84(250)×2.76(70)
17.7(449)×7.28(185)
RF 3100-F11
100A
17.1(435)×7.87(200)×5.12(130)
16.0(408)×6.54(166)
RF 3180-F11
180A
19.5(495)×7.87(200)×6.30(160)
18.4(468)×6.54(166)
RF 3280-F11
280A
9.84(250)×23.11(587)×8.07(205)
22.1(560)×3.35(85)
RF 3400-F11
400A
9.84(250)×23.11(587)×8.07(205)
22.1(560)×3.35(85)
RF 3880-F11
880A
27.1(688)×14.33(364)×7.09(180)
25.5(648)×5.91(150)
3ph
480Vac
3ph
480Vac
11-2
Note
Fig.
11-1
Fig.
11-2
Fig.
11-3
Fig.
11-4
Fig.11-1
Dimensions [inch(mm)]
RF3100-F11
RF3180-F11
W
W1
H
H1
D
7.87
(200)
7.87
(200)
6.54
(166)
6.54
(166)
17.1
(435)
19.5
(495)
16.1
(408)
18.4
(468)
5.12
(130)
6.30
(160)
Fig.11-2 Outline Dimensions
11-3
(RF3100-F11, RF3180-F11)
23.1 (587)
3.35 (85)
3.35 (85)
8.07 (205)
1.57
(40)
9.84 (250)
22.0 (560)
Fig.11-3 Outline Dimensions
(RF3280-F11, RF3400-F11)
5.90 (150)
5.90 (150)
7.09 (180)
1.26
(32)
14.3 (364)
27.1 (688)
25.5 (648)
Fig.11-4 Outline Dimensions (RF3880-F11)
Metal wiring cabinet
RCD or
MCCB
RFI filter
Inverter
L1 L1’
L2 L2’
L3 L3’
PE
L1/R U
L2/S V
L3/T W
Screened Motor Cable
M
Screening must be electrically
continuous and earthed at the
cabinet and the motor.
3ph
Power supply
Motor
Fig.11-5
11-4
11-3 The harmonics restriction in Europe Union (EU)
Combinations of the inverter with DC-reactor in table 11-2 fulfill the harmonics requirements of the EN
61000-3-2(+A14), which are European EN standard.
However these inverters without DC-reactor don’t fulfill them. If they shall be connected to the public low
voltage power supply system, the supply authority must be asked for permission to connect.
Fuji Electric can provide this data sheets when you need the data for harmonics currents.
Inverter model name
FRNF50G11S-4UX
FRN001G11S-4UX
Table 11-2
Applied DC-reactor model name
DCR4-0.4
or
DCRE4-0.4
DCR4-0.75
or
DCRE4-0.75
Power supply
Three-phase
460V
Middle voltage power supply system
User C
Public MV/LV
Transformer
User A
Own MV/LV
Transformer
Public low voltage
Power supply system
Industrial low voltage
Power supply system
User B
Inverter
Inverter
1kW or less
1kW or less
This inverter must fulfill EN61000-3-2+A14
requirements or permission of the power
supply authority is required if it doesn’t
fulfill.
11-5
This inverter doesn’t need to fulfill
EN61000-3-2+A14 requirements.
No standard of harmonic current exists
for the present.
2007-11 (K07/K07) 10CM