Compact Inverter TOSVERT

Compact Inverter TOSVERT
Compact Inverter TOSVERT
1-phase 200V 0.2kW to 2.2kW
3-phase 200V 0.2kW to 15kW
3-phase 400V 0.75kW to 15kW
To users of our inverters: Our inverters are designed to control the speeds of three-phase induction motors for general industry.
!
Precautions
.
* Read the instruction manual before installing or operating the inverter unit and store it in a safe place for reference.
* When using our inverters for equipment such as nuclear power control equipment, aviation and space flight control equipment, traffic
equipment, and safety equipment, and there is a risk that any failure or malfunction of the inverter could directly endanger human life or
cause injury, please contact our headquarters, branch, or office printed on the front and back covers of this catalogue. Such applications
must be studied carefully.
* When using our inverters for critical equipment, even though the inverters are manufactured under strict quality control always fit your
equipment with safety devices to prevent serious accident or loss should the inverter fail (such as failure to issue an inverter trouble signal).
* Do not use our inverters for any load other than three-phase induction motors.
* None of Toshiba, its subsidiaries, affiliates or agents, shall be liable for any physical damages, including, without limitation,malfunction,
anomaly, breakdown or any other problem that may occur to any apparatus in which the Toshiba inverter is incorporated or to any
equipment that is used in combination with the Toshiba inverter. Nor shall Toshiba, its subsidiaries, affiliates or agents be liable for any
compensatory damages resulting from such utilization, including compensation for special,indirect, incidental, consequential, punitive or
exemplary damages, or for loss of profit, income or data, even if the user has been advised or apprised of the likelihood of the occurrence of
such loss or damages.
For further information, please contact your nearest Toshiba Representative or International Operations-Producer Goods.
The information in this brochure is subject to change without notice.
TOSHIBA CORPORATION
Environment-friendly, Handy Inverter — All Models, EMI Noise Filter Inside
Industrial Equipment Department
1-1,Shibaura 1-chome, Minato-ku,
Tokyo 105-8001,Japan
Tel: (03)3457-4911 Fax: (03)5444-9268
03-5(AB)6491A
Printed in Japan
Introducing the New-Generation Compact Inverter!
Easy to Use, Powerful Performance, and
Wide Applications
For Manufacturers ...
Easy Installation
Major World Standard
N1971
Complies with major world standards (CE marking, UL, cUL, C-tick)
ISO 9001:
VF-S9 series is
manufactured at the
works, which has
received the international
quality assurance
standard ISO 9001
certification.
EMI noise, audible noise, and
installation space problems are solved.
■ All models have EMI noise filter inside, significantly
reducing noise emissions.
■ EMC plate (attached as standard) shields the wiring
to further suppress radiated EMI noise.
■ Side-by-side installation saves space. Multiple units
can be installed without side clearance.
For example, installing five units of VFS9-2007PM
side by side requires only 60% of the area for
conventional inverters.
■ Optional DIN rail kit allows one-touch installation
(models of 200V class 0.75kW or less).
■ Availability of high carrier frequency setting reduces
audible motor noise.
Even if the carrier frequency is set to a low level to
suppress the EMI noise influence, the newly
developed “Random Mode Carrier Frequency” can
soften audible noise.
■ Foot-mount type filter for space-saving is provided
as option to comply with the EN standard.
120
Noise level of conventional
model (without filter)
100
80
[dBuV]
60
Noise level of PL-type
model (noise filter inside)
40
20
0.15
1
10
30
[MHz]
EMC plate
■ Side-by-side installation
The works producing
the VF-S9 series is
registered as an
environment
management system
factory specified by
ISO 14001.
Installation of VF-S9
Conventional models
For Users ...
Easy Setting
For System Designers ...
Flexible Selections
Excellent basic performance and diverse functions
allow operations as needed.
■ Sensorless vector control provides the startup
torque of 150% or more.
The “Auto-tuning function” allows setting motor
constants without rotating the motor.
■ Wide capacity range (0.2 to 15 kW) is provided
even for this compact class.
■ Compatible with various power voltages.
The single-phase input model inputs 200V to
240V, the three-phase 400V model inputs
380V to 500V.
■ The control circuit I/O logic (Sink/Source) is
switched by one-touch operation. Many types of
programmable controllers are easily connected.
(N·m)
200%
40
150%
30
Torque
100%
20
10
0
500
1000
1500
2000 (min-1)
Speed
■Capacity Range
Voltage Class
(Input/Rated Output)
1ø200V/3ø200V
3ø200V/3ø200V
Applicable Motor Capacity (kW)
0.2 0.4 0.75 1.5 2.2 3.7 5.5 7.5 11 15
Users can easily make settings and
operate reliably.
■ Switches and potentiometer dial on the front panel allow immediate
and easy operation.
■ The enhanced “Automatic Setting Functions” enable easy and convenient
set up.
Automatic acceleration/deceleration, Automatic torque boost, Automatic
environment setting, Automatic function setting, reduce start up time.
■ Diverse functions are conveniently enhanced.
• Relay contact output:
1 c-contact + 1 a-contact (+ 1 open collector output) is provided.
• Programmable I/O terminals:
6 input terminals and 3 output terminals can be selected from
51 input types and 30 output types of menus.
• Meter analog output:
Analog output signal can be selected from 6 types of menus.
0-10V and 4-20mA signal can also be switched by one-touch
operation.
■ Enhanced protective functions assure reliable operation.
• I/O phase failure detecting, earth fault detecting function.
• Dependable operation in case of power voltage drop.
• Reliable continuous operation secured by auto-restart control
function and regenerative power ride-through control function.
Contents
Panel and Operation Method .................. 3-4
Standard Specifications and External
Dimensions ................................................. 5-6
Functional Description .............................. 7-8
Connection Diagram and Selection of
Wiring Devices ................................................ 9
Terminal Functions ...................................... 10
Inverter Q & A ....................................... 11-13
To Users of Our Inverters ................... 14-16
Optional external devices ..................... 17-21
Trip Display and Alarm Display ................. 22
3ø400V/3ø400V
1
2
Panel and Operation Method
Connection diagram label
Charge lamp
Up/down key
Standard Setting (
Terminal board cover
= )
Displays
when
the standard setting
(
= ) is entered.
LED display
Control circuit terminals
Monitor key
Connector of common serial communication/
Extension panel/parameter writer
Enter key
Logic switching/voltage-current output switching
Main circuit terminals (connect to power supply)
Potentiometer
Select the base
motor frequency.
(
or
)
Main circuit terminals (connect to a motor)
STOP key
Grounding terminal (
)
RUN key
Attachment for EMC plate
ENT
Displays . during
frequency setting,
and
upon
completion.
Monitoring
.
In this mode, you can monitor the operational status of the inverter. To display the operation status during normal operation:
Press the MON key twice.
Monitoring
Setting procedure (eg. operation at 60Hz)
Power ON
Displays .
when the power
is ON.
1 Displays operation
frequency.
.
Item
displayed
1 Displays “
Pressing the MON
(monitor) key twice ...
MON
MON MON
Pressing the RUN key and
turning the potentiometer dial ...
Parameter
setting mode
MON
Operation
frequency
MON
The operation frequency is displayed (during operation).
(When the standard monitor display selection parameter
is setat 0 [operation frequency])
.
.
1 Operates TOSVERT
at the frequency set
with the potentiometer.
”
.
Load current
The inverter output current (load current) is displayed.
Input voltage
The inverter input voltage is displayed.
(Default setting: unit %)
Output voltage
The inverter output voltage is displayed.
(Default setting: unit %)
ON:
F
R
RST
S3
S2
.
S1
.
.
4 Displays load current
in (%/ampere)
Contents of the product code
4 Displays “
”
and the setting
value alternately,
and then the setting
is complete.
3
… ENT
Pressing the STOP key ...
3 Decelerates and stops
the motor.
STOP
.
Pressing the UP key displays
various data such as input voltage,
output voltage, input/output terminal
status.
Pressing the MON (monitor) key ...
5 Displays operation
frequency (returns
to the beginning).
MON
F
S
Past trip 3 (displayed alternately at 0.5-sec. intervals)
Past trip 4
Past trip 4 (displayed alternately at 0.5-sec. intervals)
.
The cumulative operation time is displayed.
(0.01 corresponds to 1 hours.)
The torque current is displayed in %.
The PI feedback value is displayed.
(Unit: processed amount)
Inverter load
factor
The inverter load factor is displayed in %.
PBR overload
factor
The overload factor of the braking resistor is displayed
in %.
Default
display mode
.
The operation frequency is displayed (during operation).
.
MON
The inverter output power is displayed in %.
Form
9
S
TOSVERT
VF-S9 Series
2
0
0
Applicable motor capacity
Input voltage
2: 200V to 240V
(200V to 230V)
4: 380V to 500V
Number of power phases
.
Past trip 3
RY
OUT
Model name
…
Past trip 2 (displayed alternately at 0.5-sec. intervals)
Type
V
Press the ENTER key
after setting a value with
the UP/DOWN key ...
Past trip 2
Note) 1. With the current unit selection parameter or voltage unit selection parameter, you can choose
between percentage and ampere (A) for current or between percentage and volt (V) for voltage,
respectively.
Press the UP key ...
2 Changes the frequency.
3 Displays the setting.
Past trip 1 (displayed alternately at 0.5-sec. intervals)
Output power
The ON/OFF status of each of the control signal output
terminals (RY, OUT and FL) is displayed in bits.
FL
Turning the potentiometer
dial ...
Past trip 1
PI feedback
OFF:
ENT
The version of the memory mounted is displayed.
Torque current
ON:
Press the ENTER key ...
The version of the CPU is displayed.
Memory
version
Cumulative
operation time
The ON/OFF status of each of the control signal input
terminals (F, R, RST, S1, S2 and S3) is displayed in bits.
Output
terminal
Description
The operation frequency command value is displayed.
Press the UP key ...
3 Displays operation
frequency command
value.
LED display
The operation frequency is displayed (during operation).
OFF:
2 Displays “
Key
operated
CPU version
The direction of rotation is displayed.
( : forward run,
: reverse run)
Direction
of rotation
Input
terminal
RUN
Item
displayed
Description
The first basic parameter “Automatic acceleration/
deceleration (
)” is displayed.
Operation
frequency
command
Operating
Pressing key until
“
” is displayed ...
LED display
.
2 Displays the motor
rotating direction.
”
Key
operated
.
Setting
Pressing the MON
(monitor) key ...
Status monitor mode
S;
1-phase
None: 3-phase
Note) 1. L:Standard model without optional filter conform to “EN55011 Group 1 Class A”
With Foot-mounted noise filter conform to “EN55011 Group 1 Class B”
M:With Foot-mounted noise filter conform to “EN55011 Group 1 Class A”
002:
004:
007:
015:
022:
037:
055:
075:
110:
150:
0.2kW
0.4kW
0.75kW
1.5kW
2.2kW
3.7kW
5.5kW
7.5kW
11kW
15kW
7
P
L
Additional functions
L: High-attenuation EMI
filter inside
M: Standard EMI filter
inside
Note) 1
W N
Interface logic
(Shipment setting)
WN: negative
WP: positive
AN: negative
Note) 2
Operation panel
P: Provided
Note) 2. Interface logic can be switched easily.
4
Standard Specifications and External Dimensions
■ Model and standard specifications
■ Standard Specifications
Item
Input voltage
0.4
0.2
0.75
1.5
2.2
3.7
7.5
11
15
Form
2002PM
2004PM
2007PM
2015PM
2022PM
2037PM
2055PL
2075PL
2110PM
2150PM
Capacity (kVA) Note 1)
0.6
1.3
1.8
3.0
4.2
6.7
10
13
21
25
Rated output current
(A) Note 2)
1.5
(1.5)
3.3
(3.3)
4.8
(4.4)
7.8
(7.5)
11.0
(10.0)
17.5
(16.5)
27.5
(25.0)
33
(33)
54
(49)
66
(60)
3-phase 200V to 230V
Overload current rating
60 seconds at 150%, 0.5 seconds at 200%
Voltage-frequency
3-phase 200V to 230V – 50/60Hz
Allowable fluctuation
Voltage +10%, -15% Note 4), frequency ±5%
IP20 Enclosed type (JEM1030)
Self
cooling
Cooling method
Forced air-cooled
Color
Munsel 5Y-8/0.5
Built-in filter
Standard EMI filter
High-attenuation EMI filter
Item
Standard EMI filter
Specification
3-phase 400V
1-phase 200V
Applicable motor (kW)
0.2
0.4
0.75
Type
1.5
2.2
0.75
1.5
2.2
3.7
VFS9S –
Form
5.5
7.5
11
15
Protective function
Input voltage
VFS9 –
2002PL 2004PL 2007PL 2015PL 2022PL 4007PL 4015PL 4022PL 4037PL 4055PL 4075PL 4110PL 4150PL
0.6
1.3
1.8
3.0
4.2
1.8
3.1
4.2
7.2
11
13
21
25
Rated output current
(A) Note 2)
1.5
(1.5)
3.3
(3.3)
4.8
(4.4)
7.8
(7.5)
11.0
(10.0)
2.3
(2.1)
4.1
(3.7)
5.5
(5.0)
9.5
(8.6)
14.3
(13.0)
17.0
(17.0)
27.7
(25.0)
33
(30)
Rated output voltage Note 3)
3-phase 200V to 240V
3-phase 380V to 500V
Overload current rating
60 seconds at 150%, 0.5 seconds at 200%
60 seconds at 150%, 0.5 seconds at 200%
Voltage-frequency
3-phase 200V to 240V – 50/60Hz
3-phase 380V to 500V – 50/60Hz
Allowable fluctuation
Voltage +10%, -15% Note 4), frequency ±5%
Voltage +10%, -15% Note 4), frequency ±5%
IP20 Enclosed type (JEM1030)
IP20 Enclosed type (JEM1030)
Protective method
Self
cooling
Cooling method
Forced air-cooled
Forced air-cooled
Color
Munsel 5Y-8/0.5
Built-in filter
Display function
Capacity (kVA) Note 1)
Munsel 5Y-8/0.5
High-attenuation EMI filter
High-attenuation EMI filter
R3
R3
R2.
5
Grounding terminal
9
H1
(Mounting dimension)
Retry operation
W1
(Mounting dimension)
0.1 to 3600 seconds, switchable between acceleration/deceleration time 1 and 2, selectable between S-pattern acceleration/deceleration 1 and 2.
Restart after a check of the main circuit elements in case the protective function is activated: 10 times (Max.) (adjustable with a parameter).
With a built-in dynamic braking circuit, external braking resistor available (optional).
Braking start-up frequency: 0 to maximum frequency, braking rate: 0 to 100%, braking time: 0 to 20 seconds.
Input terminal functions (selectable)
Forward/reverse run input signal, jog run input signal, standby signal, preset-speed operation input signal, reset input signal, etc. / Switching
between sink/source.
Output terminal functions (selectable)
Frequency lower limit output signal, frequency upper limit output signal, low-speed detection output signal, specified speed attainment output
signal, etc. Open collector, RY output.
Failure detection signal
1c-contact output: 250Vac/2A, cosø = 0.1, 250Vac/1A, cosø = 0.4, 3Vdc/1A.
Output for frequency meter/output
for ammeter
Analog output: (1mAdc full-scale DC ammeter or 7.5Vdc full-scale DC ammeter / Rectifier-type AC voltmeter, 225% current Max. 1mAdc, 7.5Vdc
full-scale), 4 to 20mA/0 to 20mA output.
Protective function
Stall prevention, current limitation, over-current, output short circuit, over-voltage, over-voltage limitation, undervoltage, ground fault, power
supply phase failure, output phase failure overload protection by electronic thermal function, armature over-load at start-up (5.5kW or larger),
load-side over-torque at start, pre-alarm, overheat.
Protection against momentary power
failure
Auto-restart/non-stop control after momentary power failure.
Electronic thermal characteristic
Switching between standard motor/constant-torque VF motor, overload trip, overload stall selection.
4-digit 7-segments LED
Frequency:
Alarm:
Status:
inverter output frequency.
stall alarm "C", overvoltage alarm “P”, overload alarm "L", overheat alarm “H”.
inverter status (frequency, cause of activation of protective function, input/output voltage, output current, etc.) and parameter
settings.
Free-unit display: arbitrary unit (e.g. rotating speed) corresponding to output frequency.
Indicator
Lamps indicating the inverter status by lighting, such as RUN lamp, MON lamp, PRG lamp, VEC lamp, ECN lamp, frequency setting potentiometer
lamp, UP/DOWN key lamp and RUN key lamp. The charge lamp indicates that the main circuit capacitors are electrically charged.
Use environments
Indoor, altitude: 1000m (Max.), not exposed to direct sunlight, corrosive gas, explosive gas or vibration (less than 5.9m/s2) (10 to 55Hz).
Ambient temperature
-10 to +60°C
Storage temperature
-20 to +65°C
Relative humidity
20 to 93% (free from condensation and vapor).
1-phase 200V
91
91
D2
62
VF-S9
W
VF-S9
D
D
D
4-M4
3-phase 200V
W1
(Mounting dimension)
D2
D2
R3
Grounding terminal
EMC plate
M5
H2
W
VF-S9
M5
EMC plate
4-M4
198
198
B図
EMC plate
M5
4-M4
102
A図
Adjustable within a range of 0 to 10Hz / Up to 3 frequencies can be adjusted together with their widths.
Adjustable within a range of 2.0 to 16.5Hz (default: 12kHz).
DC braking
Grounding terminal
VFS9-2002PM and
2002PL don't have fan.
V/f constant, variable torque, vector control, automatic torque boost, Base frequency and torque boost amount adjustable.
Front potentiometer and external potentiometer (rated impedance of connectable potentiometer: 1 to 10kΩ), 0 to 10Vdc (input impedance:
VIA=30.55 kΩ, VB=30 kΩ), 4 to 20mAdc (input impedance: 400Ω), The characteristic can be set arbitrarily by two-point setting.
Dynamic braking
H
H
H1
(Mounting dimension)
H2
H2
H
H1
(Mounting dimension)
Voltage/frequency characteristics
Frequency setting signal
Input voltage
R7
R7
VFS9-2002PM∼2015PM, VFS9S-2002PL∼2007PL
don't have hole of upper to the right.
5
0.5 to 400Hz, default setting: 0.5 to 60Hz, maximum frequency: 30 to 400Hz.
0.1Hz: operation panel setting, 0.2Hz: analog input (when the max. frequency is 100Hz).
Digital setting: within ±0.01% of the max. frequency (-10 to +50°C).
Analog setting: within ±0.5% of the max. frequency (25°C±10°C).
Note)1.2.3
R3
9
φ5
W
Output frequency range
Minimum setting steps of frequency
Frequency accuracy
■ External dimensions/weights
■ Outline drawing
W1
(Mounting dimension)
Sinusoidal PWM control
Adjustable within a range of 100 to 120% of the corrected supply voltage (200/400V) (Unadjustable to any voltage higher than the input voltage).
Note) 1. Above 40°C : Remove the protective seal from the top of VF-S9.
2. Above 50°C : Remove the protective seal from the top of VF-S9, and derate the rated output current by 3% for every °C above 50°C
3. Side-by-side installation
・Model of 3.7kW or less : from —10°C to 40°C (Remove the protective seal from the top of VF-S9.)
・Model of 5.5kW or more : from —10°C to 50°C
Note) 3. Maximum output voltage is the same as the input voltage.
4. ±10% when the inverter is used continuously (load of 100%).
Note) 1. Capacity is calculated at 220V for the 200V models and at 440V for the 400V models.
2. Indicates rated output current setting when the PWM carrier frequency (parameter F300) is 4kHz or less.
When exceeding 4kHz, the rated output current setting is indicated in the parenthesis. When the input power
voltage of the 400V class model exceeds 480V, it is necessary to further reduce the setting. The default
setting of the PWM carrier frequency is 12kHz.
Specification
Control system
Rated output voltage
Start-up frequency/frequency jump
PWM carrier frequency (Note 1)
Acceleration/deceleration time
Operation specifications
Rated output voltage Note 3)
Protective method
Rating
5.5
VFS9 –
Environments
Power
supply
Rating
Type
Principal control functions
3-phase 200V
Applicable motor (kW)
Power
supply
Item
Specification
C図
3-phase 400V
Applicable motor
(kW)
Type
0.2
0.4
0.75
1.5
2.2
0.2
0.4
0.75
1.5
2.2
3.7
5.5
7.5
11
15
0.75
1.5
2.2
3.7
5.5
7.5
11
15
VFS9S-2002PL
VFS9S-2004PL
VFS9S-2007PL
VFS9S-2015PL
VFS9S-2022PL
VFS9-2002PM
VFS9-2004PM
VFS9-2007PM
VFS9-2015PM
VFS9-2022PM
VFS9-2037PM
VFS9-2055PL
VFS9-2075PL
VFS9-2110PM
VFS9-2150PM
VFS9-4007PL
VFS9-4015PL
VFS9-4022PL
VFS9-4037PL
VFS9-4055PL
VFS9-4075PL
VFS9-4110PL
VFS9-4150PL
Dimensions (mm)
W1
H1
W
H
D
105
130
140
93
118
130
140
150
195
150
163
118
126
138
182
130
93
H2
14
105
130
8.5
Drawing
A
118
138
150
D2
140
195
147
126
182
200
270
170
180
255
A
14
8.5
B
12
245
330
195
225
315
130
150
150
118
138
140
195
163
126
182
200
270
170
180
255
245
330
195
225
315
C
A
14
8.5
B
12
C
Approx. weight
(kg)
1.2
1.3
1.3
1.8
2.8
1.1
1.2
1.2
1.4
2.3
2.5
6.2
6.3
9.8
9.9
1.8
1.9
2.7
2.9
6.3
6.3
9.8
9.8
6
Extended parameters
● Input/output parameters
Title
Function Description
Function
Each “setting item” that determines the control (operation) of an inverter is called a parameter.
For example, the connection meter selection parameter (title
) is adjusted to set the connection meter, the
acceleration time parameter (title
) is adjusted to change the acceleration time, and the maximum
frequency parameter (title
) is adjusted to modify the maximum frequency.
For the function you want to use, check the necessary parameter(s).
● Four automatic functions
Title
● Other basic parameters
Unit
Function
Automatic acceleration/
deceleration
Default
setting
0
Adjustment range
–
0: Disabled (manual)
1: Optimum rate
2: Minimum rate
Automatic torque
boost
0: Disabled
1: Sensorless Vector control
+ auto-tuning
0
Automatic
environment setting
0: Disabled
1: Automatic setting
0
Automatic function
seting
0:
1:
2:
3:
0
Disabled
Coast stop
3-wire operation
External input UP/
DOWN setting
4: 4-20mA current input
operation
Title
MEMO
Function
Command mode
selection
–
0: Terminal board
1: Operation panel
Frequency setting
mode selection
–
0:
1:
2:
3:
–
Meter selection
Meter adjustment
–
Standard setting mode
selection
Setup parameters
● When the standard setting (
= ) is entered, the following
parameter is displayed. Be sure to make that setting.
Title
Function
—
Applicable motor
base frequency
Unit
Adjustment range
Hz
60
50
Default
setting
*1
0:
1:
2:
3:
4:
5:
6:
7:
8:
9:
10:
11:
Note) 1. In case of the model of Type-form “–WN”, default setting of parameter
,
,
,
, and
are 60 (Hz).
In case of “–WP”, these parameter are 50 (Hz).
2. The setting varies with the inverter capacity.
3. Display units are changed by the setting of parameter
(unit selection).
4. If 3 or 4 is set for parameter
(frequency priority selection), the parameter
function at the lower stage is active for
to
.
MEMO
Note) Make settings suitable for the applicable motor base frequency
(reference frequency at rated torque of motor).
Hz
0.0 -
0.0
Hz
Hz
–
0.0 0.0 0: Stand by on when ST is on
1: Stand by always on
2: Interlocked with F/R
3: Stand by on when ST is off
0: Default
1: Activated by turning RST off
0.0
2.5
1
-(invalid)
50 Hz setting
60 Hz setting
Default setting
Trip clear
Cumulative operation time
clear
6: Initialization of type
information
0
0
0.1 - 3600
0.1 - 3600
30.0 - 400
0.5 0.5 25 - 400
%/(V)
%/(A)
Electronic-thermal
protection characteristic
selection
.
0:
1:
2:
3:
4:
5:
s
s
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Torque boost
Motor electronicthermal protection
level 1
to
–
Acceleration time 1
Deceleration time 1
Maximum frequency
Upper limit frequency
Lower limit frequency
Base frequency 1
–
–
0
—
0: Forward run
1: Reverse run
10.0
10.0
80.0
*1
0.0
*1
valid
valid
invalid
invalid
valid
valid
invalid
invalid
Standard
motor
VF motor
(special
motor)
–
—
–
—
0
2
3
10
6
7
8
–
–
–
Hz
% (V)
% (A)
0 - 41 (LOW)
0 - 41 (RCH)
0 - 41 (FL)
25 - 400
0.0 - 30.0 *3
0.0 - 30.0 *3
4
6
10
*1
*2
100
The LEDs on the operation panel display the following symbols to
indicate operations and parameters.
LED (number)
0
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
VIA/II, VIB, 1: VIB, VIA/II
External switching (FCHG enabled)
External contact UP/DOWN *4
External contact UP/DOWN *4
(Setting retained even if the
power is turned off)
5: VIAI/II+VIB
0 - 100
0.0 - 400.0
0 - 100
0.0 - 400.0
0 - 100
0 - 100
0.0 - 400.0
0.0 - 400.0
0 - 100
Title
0
0.0
100
*1
0
0
0
0
100
0.0 - 400.0
100
VIB input point 2 frequency
Frequency DOWN step width *4
Hz
0 - 400
0.0 - 400.0
*1
60.0
Starting frequency setting
Operation starting frequency
Operation starting frequency hysterisis
Hz
Hz
Hz
0.5 - 10.0
0.0 0.0 -
0.5
0.0
0.0
DC braking starting frequency
Hz
DC braking current
% (A)
DC braking time
s
Motor shaft fixing control
–
Auto stop of continuous running at LL
–
Jog run freguency
Hz
Jog run stopping pattern
–
0.0 - 20.0
0 - 100
0.0 - 20.0
0: Disabled, 1: Enabled
0.0:Disabled, 0.1-25.5
0.0 - 20.0
0: Slowdown stop, 1: Coast stop
2: DC braking
3: Slowdown stop (panel jog mode)
4: Coast stop (panel jog mode)
5: DC braking (panel jog mode)
0.0
30
1.0
0
0
0.0
0
Jumping frequency 1
Jumping width 1
Jumping frequency 2
Hz
Hz
Hz
0.0 - 30.0
-
0.0
0.0
0.0
Jumping width 2
Jumping frequency 3
Hz
Hz
0.0 - 30.0
-
0.0
0.0
Jumping width 3
Preset-speed operation frequencies
1 to 15
Hz
Hz
0.0 - 30.0
-
0.0
0.0
Unit
kHz
–
Regenerative power ride-through
control
–
Retry selection (number of times)
Dynamic braking selection
Times
–
Overvoltage stall operation
–
Output voltage adjustment
(Base frequency voltage)
Supply voltage compensation
V
–
LED (alphabet)
Bb
Cc
Dd
Ee
Ff
Gg
Hh
Ii
Jj
Kk
Ll
Mm
Nn
Oo
Pp
Qq
Rr
Ss
Tt
Uu
Vv
Ww
Xx
Yy
Zz
Braking resistor operation rate
Random mode
Voltage gain of overexcitation
Drooping gain
Drooping insensitive torque band
Integral gain
–
0.01 - 100.0
0.20
%ED
–
–
%
%
Adjustment range
2.0 - 16.5
0: Disabled
1: At auto-restart after momentary stop
2: When turning ST-CC on or off
3: At auto-restart or when turning
ST-CC on or off
4: Motion of DC braking at start-up (at
auto-restart after momentary stop)
5: Motion of DC braking at start-up
(when turning ST-CC on or ff)
6: Motion of DC braking at start-up
(at auto-restart or when turning
ST-CC on or off)
7~13: See the instruction manual
0: Disabled, 1:Enabled
2: Enabled(deceleration stop)
0 - 10
0: Dynamic braking disabled
1: Dynamic braking enabled,
overload protection disabled
2: Dynamic braking enabled,
overload protection enabled
0: Enabled, 1: Disabled
2: Enabled(quick deceleration with
overexcitation)
0 - 300 / 0 - 600
0: Supply voltage uncorrected, output
voltage limited
1: Suply voltage corrected, output
voltage limited
2: Supply voltage corrected (off during
deceleration), output voltage limited
3: Supply voltage uncorrected, output
voltage unlimited
4: Supply voltage corrected, output
voltage limited
5: Supply voltage corrected (off during
deceleration), output voltage unlimited
1 - 100
0: Disabled, 1: Enabled
0-255
0-25.0
0-100
Default
setting
12.0
0
Auto-tuning
–
Slip frequency
Hz
0: Auto-tuning disabled (use of
internal parameters)
1: Application of individual settings of
to
2: Auto-tuning enabled (returns to 1
after auto-tuning)
0.0 - 10.0
*2
Motor primary constant
–
0 - 255
*2
Motor secondary constant
–
0 - 255
*2
Motor excitation constant
–
0 - 255
*2
0 - 200
0: Same capacity as interver
1: One-size smaller than inverter
0-8
0
0
Magnification of load inertial moment
Rated capacity ratio of motor to
inverter
Torque current filter
Times
–
–
Title
Function
Acceleration time 2
Deceleration time 2
Acceleraion/deceleration 1 pattern
3
0
*1
0.0
100
2
Unit
s
s
–
–
Hz
Default
setting
Adjustment range
0.1 - 3600
0.1 - 3600
0: Linear
1: S-pattern 1
2: S-pattern 2
0: Acceleration/deceleration 1
1: Acceleration/deceleration 2
0-
MEMO
10.0
10.0
0
0
0
0.0
● Protection parameters
Default
setting
Function
Unit
Motor electronic-thermal
protection level 1
Stall prevention level
Inverter trip retention selection
External input trip stop mode
selection
Emergency DC braking time
Output phase failure detection mode
selection
Input phase failure detection
mode selection
Small current trip selection
Small current (trip/alarm) detectin
current
Small current (trip/alarm) detectin time
% (A)
10 - 100 *3
100
% (A)
–
–
10 - 199, 200 (disabled) *3
0: Not retained, 1: Retained
0: Coast stop, 1: Slowdown stop
2: Emergency DC braking
0.0 - 20.0
0: Disabled, 1: Enabled
150
0
0
Title
s
–
Adjustment range
MEMO
1.0
0
–
0: Disabled, 1: Enabled
1
–
%
0: Disabled, 1: Enabled
0 - 100
0
0
s
0 - 255
0
–
0:
1:
2:
3:
0
Over-torque trip selection
–
0: Disabled, 1: Enabled
Over-torque (trip/alarm) level
Over-torque detection time
Over-torque (trip/alarm) level hysterisis
Overvoltage limit operation level
Undervoltage trip selection
%
s
%
%
–
VIA analog input line break detection
Meter bias
%
%
0 - 250
0 - 10
0 - 100
50 - 150
0: Disabled 1:Enabled (at 70% or les)
2: Disabled (at 50% or less, optional
soon to be relreased)
0: Disabled, 1-100%
0: - 50
Selection of output short-circuit
detection pulse during start-up
60usec, every start to run
60usec, only at power on or reset
30usec, every start to run
30usec, only at power on or reset
0
150
0.5
10
*1
0
0
0
● Operation panel parameters
Title
Function
Unit
–
MEMO
0
0
3
MEMO
0
● Acceleration/deceleration time parameters
0
200/400
Default
setting
Adjustment range
Unit selection
0
0
Unit
Function
Prohibition of change of
parameter settings
0.0
Aa
0.30
Acceleration/deceleration pattern
selection (1 or 2)
Acceleration/deceleration 1 and 2
switching frequency
(0.1s)
0
–
–
0.01 - 100.0
Acceleraion/deceleration 2 pattern
Frequency DOWN response time *4
Function
0: Disabled, 1: Enabled
–
Title
0
%
Hz
%
Hz
%
(0.1s)
Hz
%
–
Proportional gain
0
VIA/II input point 1 setting
VIA/II input point 1 frequency
VIA/II input point 2 setting
VIA/II input point 2 frequency
VIB input point 1 setting
Frequency UP response time *4
VIB input point 1 frequency
Frequency UP step width *4
VIB input point 2 setting
How to read the monitor display?
Monitor display
0:
2:
3:
4:
PI control
● Torque boost parameters
● Operation mode parameters
invalid
valid
invalid
valid
invalid
valid
invalid
valid
–
Extended parameter
Automatic edit function
0: Reverse run
1: Stop
0 - 53
0 - 53 (F)
0 - 53 (R)
0 - 53 (RST)
0 - 53 (SS1)
0 - 53 (SS2)
0 - 53 (SS3)
PWM carrier frequency
Auto-restart control selection
Overload OL stall
Setting Type protection
Hz
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
*2
100
0.0 - 30.0 *3
10 - 100 *3
Preset-speed operation
frequencies 1 to 7
to
0
0: V/F constant
1: Variable torque
2: Automatic torque boost
3: Sensorless vector control
4: Automatic energy-saving
5: Sensorless vector control
(VFS7 mode)
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
–
Always-active function selection
Input terminal selection 1 (F)
Input terminal selection 2 (R)
Input terminal selection 3 (RST)
Input terminal selection 4 (S1)
Input terminal selection 5 (S2)
Input terminal selection 6 (S3)
–
MEMO
0
Movement of F/R input at same time
MEMO
2
Output frequency
Output current
Set frequency
For adjustment
(current fixed at 100%)
Inverter load factor
Output power
Torque current
PBr load factor
PN voltage
Output voltage command
Frequency of VIA
Frequency command after PI
–
–
1
Terminal board
Operation panel
Internal potentiometer
Serial communication
Forward/reverse run
selection
(Operation panel)
V/F control mode
selection
Default
setting
Adjustment range
Unit
Default
setting
Speed reach setting frequency
Speed reach detection band
ST signal selection
Output terminal selection 1 (RY-RC)
Output terminal selection 2 (OUT)
Output terminal selection 3 (FL)
Base frequency 2
Torque boost 2
Motor electronic-thermal
protection level 2
Frequency priority selection
Basic parameters
Adjustment range
Low-speed signal output frequency
RST signal selection
What are parameters?
Unit
–
Default
setting
Adjustment range
settings RUN/STOP/ Key
Parameter
setting
Change
,
0
effective
Permit
impossible
―
1
effective
Prohibit
―
Prohibit
2
effective
Permit
possible
―
3
effective
Prohibit
―
Permit
4
Prohibit
Permit
impossible
―
5
Prohibit
Prohibit
―
Prohibit
6
Prohibit
Permit
possible
7
Prohibit
Prohibit
―
0: No change
1: % → A (ampere)/V (volt)
2: Free unit selection enabled
(
)
3: % → A (ampere)/V (volt)
Free unit selection enabled
(
)
Free unit selection
–
0.01 - 200.0
Standard monitor display
selection
–
0:
1:
2:
3:
4:
5:
6:
MEMO
Panel
0
Parameter setting
―
Permit
0
1.00
Operation frequency (Hz/free unit) 0
Output current (%/A)
Frequency command (Hz/free unit)
Inverter rate current (A)
Inverter over load factor (%)
Output power (%)
After compensation frequency (Hz/free unit)
● Communication parameters
Title
Function
Unit
Adjustment range
0: 1200bps 1: 2400 bps
2: 4800 bps 3: 9600 bps
4: 19200bps
0: NON 1:EVEN
2: ODD
Default
setting
Communication band speed
–
Parity
–
Inverter number
–
0 - 255
0
Communication error trip time
s
0 (Disabled), 1 - 100
0
MEMO
3
1
Communication internal
s
0.00 - 2.00
Inter-drive communication
–
0: Normal 1:Frequency reference
2: Output frequency
0.00
0
Free internal
–
0 - 65535
0
8
Connection Diagram and Selection of Wiring Devices
Terminal Functions
Standard connection diagram
Main circuit teminal functions
Sink (common: CC)
Braking resistor
(option)
DC reactor (DCL)
*2 (option)
Terminals symbol
P0
400V class: 3-phase 380 to 500V - 50/60Hz
PB
EMI
Filter
U/T1
V/T2
W/T3
Main circuit
*1
*3
Low-speed
detection signal RC
Voltage SOURCE
Logic
FM meter
S/L2
Current
*1: 1-phase series don’t have T/L3 terminal
*2: The PO PA terminals are shorted by a
bar when shipped from the factory.
Before installing the DC reactor (DCL),
remove the bar.
*3: Model of type “—WN” and “—AN” :
Shipment setting of interface logic is “SINK”.
Model of type “—WP” :
Shipment setting of interface logic is “SOURCE”.
However, interface logic can be switched easily.
S2
Preset speed 2
S3
Preset speed 3
CC
Common
FM
CC
VIA
VIB
P24
Ry
Control circuit terminal functions
Terminal
symbol
Voltage signal: 0-10V
F
R
Selection of wiring devices
Voltage
class
1-phase
200V class
3-phase
200V class
3-phase
400V class
S1
Interver model
Rated
current
(A)
Note 1)
Rated
current
(A)
Note 1)
Overload relay
(Th-Ry)
Adjusted
current
(A)
Note 1)
Note 1)
Wire size (mm2)
Main circuit
(mm2)
S3
Braking resistor/
Braking unit
(optional)
(mm2)
Grounding
cable
(mm2)
Note 4)
DC reactor
(optional)
(mm2)
0.2
VFS9S-2002PL
10
NJ30N
11
C11J
1.3
T13J
10
NJV50E
2.0
1.25
1.25
3.5
0.4
VFS9S-2004PL
15
NJ30N
11
C11J
2.3
T13J
15
NJV50E
2.0
1.25
1.25
3.5
Type
Type
Type
(For reference)
Type
Function
Electrical specifications
Wire size
Shorting across F-CC causes forward rotation; open causes
slowdown and stop.
Shorting across R-CC causes reverce rotation; open causes
slowdown and stop.
Shorting across RST-CC causes a held reset when the inverter
protector function is operating. Note that when the inverter is operating
normally, it will not operate even if there is a short across RST-CC.
Dry contact input
24Vdc - 5mA or less
* Sink/source switchable
Shorting across S1-CC causes preset speed operation.
Shorting across S2-CC causes preset speed operation.
Shorting across S3-CC causes preset speed operation.
CC
Control circuit’s equipotential terminal (sink logic).
2 common terminals for input/output.
PP
Power output for analog input setting.
Note 6)
0.75
VFS9S-2007PL
20
NJ30N
11
C11J
3.6
T13J
20
NJV50E
2.0
2.0
1.25
3.5
1.5
VFS9S-2015PL
30
NJ30N
18
C20J
6.8
T13J
30
NJV50E
3.5
2.0
1.25
3.5
2.2
VFS9S-2022PL
40
NJ50E
35
C35J
9.3
T13J
40
NJV50E
5.5
2.0
2.0
5.5
0.2
VFS9-2002PM
5
NJ30N
11
C11J
1.3
T13J
5
NJV50E
2.0
1.25
1.25
3.5
0.4
VFS9-2004PM
5
NJ30N
11
C11J
2.3
T13J
5
NJV50E
2.0
1.25
1.25
3.5
0.75
VFS9-2007PM
10
NJ30N
11
C11J
3.6
T13J
10
NJV50E
2.0
2.0
1.25
3.5
1.5
VFS9-2015PM
15
NJ30N
11
C11J
6.8
T13J
15
NJV50E
2.0
2.0
1.25
3.5
2.2
VFS9-2022PM
20
NJ30N
13
C13J
9.3
T13J
20
NJV50E
2.0
2.0
2.0
3.5
3.7
VFS9-2037PM
30
NJ30N
26
C25J
15
T20J
30
NJV50E
3.5
5.5
5.5
3.5
5.5
VFS9-2055PL
50
NJ50E
35
C35J
22
T35J
50
NJV50E
8.0
5.5
5.5
8.0
7.5
VFS9-2075PL
60
NJ100F
50
C50J
28
T35J
60
NJV60F
14
14
5.5
14
11
VFS9-2110PM
100
NJ100F
65
C65J
44
T65J
100
NJV100F
14
14
5.5
14
15
VFS9-2150PM
125
NJ225F
80
C80J
57
T65J
125
NJV225F
22
22
5.5
22
0.75
VFS9-4007PL
5
NJ30N
9
C11J
1.6
T13J
5
NJV50E
2.0
1.25
1.25
3.5
1.5
VFS9-4015PL
10
NJ30N
9
C11J
3.6
T13J
10
NJV50E
2.0
1.25
1.25
3.5
2.2
VFS9-4022PL
15
NJ30N
9
C11J
5.0
T13J
15
NJV50E
2.0
2.0
1.25
3.5
3.7
VFS9-4037PL
20
NJ30N
13
C13J
6.8
T13J
20
NJV50E
2.0
2.0
1.25
3.5
5.5
VFS9-4055PL
30
NJ30N
17
C20J
11
T13J
30
NJV50E
3.5
2.0
2.0
3.5
7.5
VFS9-4075PL
30
NJ30N
25
C25J
15
T20J
30
NJV50E
3.5
3.5
2.0
3.5
11
VFS9-4110PL
50
NJ50E
33
C35J
22
T35J
50
NJV50E
5.5
5.5
3.5
5.5
15
VFS9-4150PL
60
NJ100F
48
C50J
28
T35J
60
NJV100F
8.0
8.0
3.5
8.0
Note) 1. Produced by Schneider Toshiba electric corporation.
2. Be sure to attach surge killer to the exciting coil of the relay and the magnetic contactor.
Selection of surge killers for Toshiba magnetic contactors
200V class: Surge absorbing units are optionally available for Toshiba C11J to C65J, or Model SS-2 for
C50J and C65J
400V class: For the operation and control circuit, regulate the voltage at 200V or less with a step-down
transformer.
9
S2
Earth leakage
breaker
Rated
current
(A)
if necessary.
Terminals for connecting a DC reactor (DCL: optional external device).
Shorted when shipped from the factory. Before installing DCL, remove the short bar.
Designated frequency
attainment signal
External potentiometer (1-10kΩ)
(or input voltage signal across VIA-CC terminals: 0-10V)
* The VIA terminal and II terminal cannot be used at the same time.
Molded-case
Magnetic contactor
circuit breaker (MCCB)
(MC)
and
* 1-phase series have R/L1 and S/L2 terminal.
This is a negative potential terminal in the internal DC main circuit. DC common power can be input across the PA terminals (positive potential).
PO, PA
RST
Capacity
applicable
motor
(kW)
Connect to braking resistors.
Change parameters
,
PC
PP
Ammeter
or
Frequency
voltmeter meter
Connect to a (3-phase induction) motor.
Current signal: 4-20mA
II
OUT
SINK
U/T1, V/T2, W/T3
PA, PB
Preset speed 1
Connector for
common serial
communications
RY
200V class: 1-phase 200 to 240V - 50/60Hz
3-phase 200 to 230V - 50/60Hz
400V class: 3-phase 380 to 500V - 50/60Hz
Reset
S1
FLA
R/L1
Reverse
R
VF-S9
1-phase power supply
R/L1, S/L2, T/L3
Forward
RST
Fault detection relay FLB
MCCB (2P)
IM
F
Control
circuit
FLC
Power supply
1-phase 200 to 240V
- 50/60Hz
Grounding terminal for connecting inverter case. 2 grounding terminals.
Motor
R/L1
S/L2
T/L3
Terminal function
PC
Multifunction programmable
contact input
MCCB
Main circuit power supply
200V class: 3-phase 200 to 230V - 50/60Hz
PA
Note) 3. When using the auxiliary contacts 2a of the magnetic contactor MC for the control
circuit, connect the contacts 2a in parallel to increase reliability.
4. Size of the wires conected to the input terminals R, S and T and the output terminals
U, V and W when the length of each wire does not exceed 30m.
5. For the control circuit, use shielded wires 0.75 mm2 or more in diameter.
6. For grounding, use a cable with a size equal to or larger than the above.
10Vdc
(permissible load current: 10mAdc)
Multifunction programmable analog input.
Standard default setting: 4 (0) to 20mAdc input and 0-50Hz (50Hz setting)
or 0-60Hz (60Hz setting) frequency.
4 to 20mA
(internal impedance: 400Ω)
Multifunction programmable analog input.
Standard default setting: 0-10Vdc input and 0-80Hz frequency.
10Vdc
(internal impedance: 30kΩ)
VIB
Multifunction programmable analog input.
Standard default setting: 0-10Vdc input and 0-50Hz (50Hz setting) or 060Hz (60Hz setting) frequency.
10Vdc
(internal impedance: 30kΩ)
FM
Multifunction programmable analog output.
Standard default setting: output current. Connect a 1mAdc full-scale
ammeter or 7.5Vdc (10Vdc)-1mA full-scale voltmeter. Can change to 020mA (4-20mA) by jumper switching.
1mA full-scale DC ammeter
or 7.5Vdc 1mA full-scale
DC voltmeter
*Switchable for jumpper
0 to 20mA
(4 to 20mA) DC ammeter
P24
24Vdc power output/common at source logic.
OUT
Multifunction programmable open collector output. Standard default settings
detect and output speed reach signal output frequencies.
II
❋
VIA
❋
Solid wire : 0.3 to 1.5 (mm2)
Stranded wire : 0.3 to 1.25 (mm2)
(AWG22 to 16)
Sheath strip length : 5 (mm)
24Vdc - 100mA
Open collector output:
24Vdc - 50mA
*Sink-source selectable
RC
RY
FLA
FLB
FLC
❋
Multifunction programmable relay contact output.
Contact ratings: 250Vac - 2A (cosø = 1), 30Vdc - 1A, 250Vac - 1A
(cosø = 0.4).
Standard default settings detect and output low-speed signal output frequencies.
Multifunction programmable relay contact output.
Contact ratings: 250Vac-2A (cosø = 1), 30Vdc-1A, 250Vac-1A
(cosø = 0.4).
Detects the opertion of the inverter’s protection function. Contact across FLAFLC is closed and FLB-FLC is opened during protection function operation.
250Vac - 2A: at resistance load
30Vdc - 1A, 250Vac - 1A
(cosø = 0.4)
250Vac - 2A: at resistance load
30Vdc - 1A, 250Vac - 1A
(cosø = 0.4)
Solid wire : 0.3 to 1.5 (mm2)
Stranded wire : 0.3 to 1.5 (mm2)
(AWG22 to 16)
Sheath strip length : 6 (mm)
The VIA terminal and I I terminal cannot be used at the same time.
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What is the input/output programmable terminal block?
Inverter Q & A
The VF-S9 series allows you to set the terminal functions as you wish from a
broad menu selection.
Parameter
Input terminal selection 1(F)
Input terminal selection 2(R)
Input terminal selection 3(RST)
Input terminal selection 4(S1)
Input terminal selection 5(S2)
Input terminal selection 6(S3)
Output terminal selection 1(RY-RC)
Output terminal selection 2(OUT)
Output terminal selection 3(FL)
How can I use the inverter immediately?
Just connect the power supply and the motor, and you can use the VF-S9
series inverter immediately.
You can use the RUN and STOP keys and the frequency setting
potentiometer to easily operate the inverter. You can also make
adjustments easily using the automatic setting functions.
• Automatic acceleration/deceleration: Automatically adjusts the
acceleration or deceleration time according to the load.
• Automatic torque increase: Automatically improves the motor
torque according to the load.
• Automatic environment setting: Automatically makes all the
settings related to the inverter environment protection at one time.
• Automatic function setting: Selects the inverter operation
method.
Example of wiring
Power
supply
U/T1
S/L2
V/T2
T/L3
Function No.
IM
W/T3
What can I do if I forget what I have programmed?
You can use the change setting retrieval function. You can also use the following
operation to restore all the parameters to the default values immediately.
1) Change setting retrieval (
): Automatically retrieves and displays only the parameters differing from the default setting.
You can confirm the changed parameters.
.
▲
.
MON
▲
ENT
Pressing the MON (monitor) key,
and pressing the DOWN key ...
Pressing the ENTER key and
then the DOWN key ...
2) Standard setting mode selection (
):
Restores all the parameters to the default values.
(Forward run)
(Reverse run)
(Reset)
(Preset-speed 1)
(Preset-speed 2)
(Preset-speed 3)
(Low-speed detection signal)
(Designated frequency reach)
(Failure FL)
Table of input terminal functions
VF-S9
R/L1
Setting
Parameter
(standard setting mode selection)
Setting
3 (default value)
Note) When the defaurt setting is entered, the system enters the setup
parameter mode.
How can I change the frequency by contact input in
combination with a PC (programmable controller)?
Incorporating a standard 15-step speed function, the VF-S9 series allows
you to change the frequency by setting parameters and using contact input.
Code
Function
Function No.
Code
Function
0
-
No function is assigned
49
HD
Operation holding (stop of 3-wire operation)
1
ST
Standby terminal
50
SDBF
Forward run after DC braking
2
F
Forward-run command
51
SDBR
Reverse run after DC braking
3
R
Reverse-run command
52
FCR
Forced operation (factory setting needed)
4
JOG
Jog run command
53
FIRES
Fire speed control
5
AD2
Acceleration/deceleration 2 pattern selection
6
SS1
Preset-speed command 1
Table of output terminal functions
7
SS2
Preset-speed command 2
Function No.
8
SS3
Preset-speed command 3
0
LL
Frequency lower limit
Code
Function
9
SS4
Preset-speed command 4
1
LLN
Inversion of frequency lower limit
10
RST
Reset command
2
UL
Frequency upper limit
11
EXT
Trip stop command from external input device
3
ULN
Inversion of frequency upper limit
12
PNL/TB
Operation panel/terminal board switching
4
LOW
Low-speed detection signal
13
DB
DC braking command
5
LOWN
Inversion of low-speed detection signal
14
PI
Prohibition of PI control
6
RCH
Designated frequency reach signal (completion of acceleration/deceleration)
15
PWENE
Permission of parameter editing
7
RCHN
Inversion of designated frequency reach signal (inversion of completion of acceleration/deceleration)
16
ST+RST
Combination of standby and reset commands
8
RCHF
Set frequency reach signal
17
ST+PNL/TB
Combination of standby and operation panel/terminal board switching
9
RCHFN
Inversion of set frequency reach signal
18
F+JOG
Combination of forward run and jog run
10
FL
Failure FL (trip output)
19
R+JOG
Combination of reverse run and jog run
11
FLN
Inversion of failure FL (inversion of trip output)
20
F+AD2
Combination of forward run and acceleration/deceleration 2
12
OT
Over-torque detection
21
R+AD2
Combination of reverse run and acceleration/deceleration 2
13
OTN
Inversion of over-torque detection
22
F+SS1
Combination of forward run and preset-speed command 1
14
RUN
RUN/STOP
23
R+SS1
Combination of reverse run and preset-speed command 1
15
RUNN
Inversion of RUN/STOP
24
F+SS2
Combination of forward run and preset-speed command 2
16
POL
OL pre-alarm
25
R+SS2
Combination of reverse run and preset-speed command 2
17
POLN
Inversion of OL pre-alarm
26
F+SS3
Combination of forward run and preset-speed command 3
18
POHR
Braking resistor overload pre-alarm
27
R+SS3
Combination of reverse run and preset-speed command 3
19
POHRN
Inversion of braking resistor overload pre-alarm
28
F+SS4
Combination of forward run and preset-speed command 4
20
POT
Over-torque detection pre-alarm
29
R+SS4
Combination of reverse run and preset-speed command 4
21
POTN
Inversion of over-torque detection pre-alarm
30
F+SS1+AD2
Combination of forward run, preset-speed command 1 and acceleration/deceleration 2
22
PAL
Pre-alarm
31
R+SS1+AD2
Combination of reverse run, preset-speed command 1 and acceleration/deceleration 2
23
PALN
Inversion of pre-alarm
32
F+SS2+AD2
Combination of forward run, preset-speed command 2 and acceleration/deceleration 2
24
UC
Low-current detection
33
R+SS2+AD2
Combination of reverse run, preset-speed command 2 and acceleration/deceleration 2
25
UCN
Inversion of low-current detection
34
F+SS3+AD2
Combination of forward run, preset-speed command 3 and acceleration/deceleration 2
26
HFL
Hard fault
35
R+SS3+AD2
Combination of reverse run, preset-speed command 3 and acceleration/deceleration 2
27
HFLN
Inversion of hard fault
36
F+SS4+AD2
Combination of forward run, preset-speed command 4 and acceleration/deceleration 2
28
LFL
Soft fault
37
R+SS4+AD2
Combination of reverse run, preset-speed command 4 and acceleration/deceleration 2
29
LFLN
Inversion of soft fault
38
FCHG
Frequency command forced switching
30
RDY1
Ready for operation(including ST, RUN)
39
THR2
No. 2 thermal switching
31
RDY1N
Inversion of ready for operation(including ST, RUN)
40
MCHG
No. 2 motor switching
32
RDY2
Ready for operation
41
UP
Frequency UP signal input from external contacts
33
RDY2N
Inversion of ready for operation
42
DOWN
Frequency DOWN signal input from external contacts
34
FCVIA
Selection of freqency reference for VIA
43
CLR
Frequency UP/DOWN clear signal input from external contacts
35
FCVIAN
Selection of freqency reference for VIA(inverted)
44
CLR+RST
Combination of frequency UP/DOWN clear and reset by means of external contacts
36
TBVIA
Selection of terminal for VIA
45
EXTN
Inversion of trip stop command from external device
37
TBVIAN
Selection of terminal for VIA(inverted)
46
OH
Thermal trip stop signal input from external device
38
OUT0
Communication data output1
47
OHN
Inversion of thermal trip stop command from external device
39
OUT0N
Communication data output1(inverted)
48
SC/LC
Remote/local control forced switching
40
OUT1
Communication data output2
49
HD
Operation holding (stop of 3-wire operation)
41
OUT1N
Communication data output2(inverted)
Multi-step contact input signal samples
: ON
: OFF (Speed command other than a preset-speed becomes effective when all contacts are OFF.)
Terminal
CC
S1
1
2
3
4
5
6
Preset-speed
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
S1-CC
S2-CC
S3-CC
RST-CC
S2
S3
RST
How can I get a large torque?
VF- S9
S1
S2
S3
RST
You can change the frequency using contact input.
Parameter
(
(
11
)(Preset-speed operation frequencies1)
:
)(Preset-speed operation frequencies7)
:
(Preset-speed operation frequencies15)
(Input teminal Selection4)
(Input teminal Selection5)
(Input teminal Selection6)
(Input teminal Selection3)
CC
Setting
Lower limit frequency-Upper limit frequency
:
Lower limit frequency-Upper limit frequency
:
Lower limit frequency-Upper limit frequency
(Preset-speed
(Preset-speed
(Preset-speed
(Preset-speed
command
command
command
command
1)
2)
3)
4)
F
CC
The VF-S9 series ensures a torque of 150% or more from low speeds by
utilizing Toshiba’s sensorless vector control.
Enable the sensorless vector control for a load that requires
high starting or low speed torque.
To use sensorless vector control
1) When automatic torque increase
= is set, all the
sensorless vector controls and motor constants are set at
one time.
2) Set V/F control mode selection
= (sensorless vector
control). Set the motor constant.
(1) For the same capacity as the inverter with the 4P Toshiba
standard motor, it is not necessary to set the motor
constants.
(2) The motor constants can be automatically set using the autotuning function
= (Auto tuning).
(3) The motor constants can be set individually.
: Slip frequency
: Motor primary constant
: Motor secondary constant
: Motor excitation constant
: Magnification of load inertial moment
: Rated capacity ratio of motor to inverter
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To users of our inverters
Inverter Q & A
When wiring the inverter
How do I start/stop a motor by external contacts, and control
the frequency by a current signal of 4-20 mA
(or a voltage signal of 0-10 Vdc.)
To allow start/stop of the motor by external contacts, and to control the frequency by a
current (voltage) signal, you need to set the following parameters:
■ Parameters to be changed
Setting
Parameter
(Command mode selection)
0 (Terminal board)
(Frecuency setting mode selection)
0 (Terminal board)
■
For performing run/stop through a terminal
→ set to 0 (terminal board).
For performing run/stop with RUN/STOP key on the
panel → set to 1 (panel).
Example of wiring
VF-S9
R/L1 U/T1
Power
supply
S/L2 V/T2
■
IM
T/L3 W/T3
Run/Stop
F
CC
II
+
VIB
CC
(Command mode selection) is a parameter
to determine the source of the operation signal.
+
4-20 mAdc
current signal
(0-10 Vdc
voltage signal)
(Frequency setting mode selection) is a
parameter to determine the place for providing
frequency command.
For providing frequency by current (voltage) signal
through a terminal
→ set to 0 (terminal board).
For setting with UP/DOWN key on the panel
→ To be set on 1 (operation panel).
For setting with potentiometer
→ To be set to 2 (internal potentiometer).
Why do other devices malfunction due to noise?
Using PWM control, the VF-S9 series generates noise that may affect nearby
instrumentation and electronic equipment.
*VF-S9 series have a built-in noise filter (primary of inverter).
Ground
separately as
required
Separate by 30 cm or
more. When enclosing
signal cables and power
cables in the same duct,
separate them with a
metal plate.
Twist the signal cables.
Noise Filter
● Use
twisted-pair shielding cables for weak electric
circuits and signal circuits, and be sure to ground
one end of the shielding.
● Install the inverters separately from other equipment.
● Cover the inverters and their cables with metal conduit
tubes and metal control panels, and ground these
covers.
● EMC plate is attached for measures of radiation noise.
Erectronic
equipment
Inverter
Separate grounding
Noise Filter
Control panel frame
Sensor signal
Control signal
1 point
grounding
Metal conduit tube,
shielding cable,
Motor
Application to standard motors
Installing a molded-case circuit breaker [MCCB]
Vibration
(1) Install a molded-case circuit breaker (MCCB) on the inverter's power supply input
to protect the wiring.
(2) Avoid turning the molded-case circuit breaker on and off frequently to turn on/off
the motor.
(3) To turn on/off the motor frequently, close/break the control terminals F (or R)-CC.
When a motor is operated with an industrial inverter, it experiences more vibrations
than when it is operated by the commercial power supply. The vibration can be
reduced to a negligible level by securing the motor and machine to the base firmly.
If the base is weak, however, the vibration may increase at a light load due to
resonance with the mechanical system.
Installing a magnetic contactor [MC] [primary side]
Reduction gear, belt, chain
(1) To prevent an automatic restart after the power interruption or overload relay
has tripped, or actuation of the protective circuit, install an electro-magnetic
contact in the power supply.
(2) Because the VF-S9 inverter has a built-in fault detection relay [FL], the
primary end magnetic contactor (MC) can be configured to trip on activation
of the inverter's protective functions by connecting the contact points of the FL
to the operation circuit of the MC.
(3) The inverter can be used without a magnetic contactor. In this case, use an
MCCB (equipped with a voltage tripping device) for opening the primary
circuit when the inverter protective circuit is activated.
(4) Avoid turning the magnetic contactor on and off frequently to turn on/off the
motor.
(5) To turn on/off the motor frequently, close/break the control terminals F (or R)CC.
(6) Install a surge suppressor on the excitation coil of the magnetic contactor
(MC).
Note that the lubrication capability of a reducer or a converter used as the
interface of the motor and the load machine may affected at low speeds.
When operating at a frequencies exceeding 60 Hz or higher, power transmission
mechanisms such as reduction gear, belts and chains, may cause problems such as
production of noise, a reduction in strength, or shortening of service life.
Installing a magnetic contactor [MC] [secondary side]
(1) As a rule, if a magnetic contactor is installed between the inverter and the motor,
do not turn of ON/OFF while running. (If the secondary-side contactor is turned of
ON/OFF while running, a large current may flow in the inverter, causing inverter
damage and failure.)
(2) A magnetic contactor may be installed to change the motor or change to the
commercial power source when the inverter is stopped. Always use an interlock
with the magnetic contactor in this situation so that the commercial power supply is
not applied to the inverter's output terminals.
Note) Because they are connected to each other in the inverter, the VIA and ll terminals cannot be used jointly. Use terminal VIB for joint use with terminal ll.
Noise is classified by propagation route into
transmission noise, and radiation noise.
Take the following counter measures for noise which
affects other equipment:
● Separate the signal cables from the power cables
with sufficient distance.
● Install noise filters.
Wiring precautions
When changing the motor speed
Frequency
Before setting the maximum frequency to 60 Hz or higher, confirm that this operating
range is acceptable for the motor.
Application to special motors
Braking motor
When using a braking motor, if the braking circuit is directly connected to the
inverters's output terminals, the brake cannot be released because of the lowered
starting voltage. Therefore, when using a braking motor, connect the braking circuit to
the inverter's power supply side, as shown in the figure below. Usually, braking
motors produce larger noise in low speed ranges.
Non-excitation activation
type brake
MC2
B
Power
supply
MC1
Installing an overload relay
(1) The VF-S9 inverter has a built-in overload protection function by means of a
thermal relay. However, in the following cases, the thermal relay operation level
must be adjusted or an overload relay matching the motor's characteristics must
be installed between the inverter and the motor.
(a) When using a motor having a rated current value different from that of the
equivalent.
(b) When driving several motors simultaneously.
(2) When you want to use a constant-torque Toshiba VF motor together with the VFS9 inverter, change the inverter's electronic thermal protection characteristics to
match those of the VF motor.
(3) In order to adequately protect a motor used for low-speed operation, we
recommend the use of a motor equipped with a embedded thermal relay.
RC
IM
F CC
MC2
Run/stop
External signal
(1) Use a relay rated for low currents. Mount a surge suppressor on the excitation coil
of the relay.
(2) When wiring the control circuit, use shielded wires or twisted pair cables.
(3) Because all of the control terminals except FLA, FLB and FLC are connected to
electronic circuits, insulate these terminals to prevent them from coming into
contact with the main circuit.
RY
RY
Gear motor
When using an industrial inverter to drive a gear motor, inquire of the motor
manufacturer about its continuous operation range, since low-speed operation of a
gear motor may cause insufficient lubrication.
Toshiba Gold Motor (High-efficiency power-saving motor)
Inverter-driven operation of Toshiba Gold Motors is the best solution for saving
energy. This is because these motors have improved efficiency, power factor, and
noise/vibration reduction characteristics when compared to standard motors.
Pole-changing motor
Pole-changing motors can be driven by the VF-S9 inverter. Before changing
poles, however, be sure to let the motor come to a complete stop.
Hight-pole-count motors
Note that hight-pole count motors(8 or more poles), which may be used for
fans,etc., have higher rated current than 4-pole moters.
The current ratings of multipole motors are relatively high. So, when selecting an
inverter, you must pay special attention to its current rating so that the current
rating of the motor is below that of the inverter.
Single-phase motor
Because single-phase motors are equipped with a centrifugal switch and
capacitors for starting, they cannot be driven by an inverter. If only a single-phase,
power system is availabls a 3-phase motor can be driven by using a single-phase
input interter to convert it into a 3-phase 200V output. (A special inverter and a
3-phase motor are required.)
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14
To users of our inverters
When studying how to use our inverters
Selecting the capacity (model) of the inverter
Selection
Notes
Leakage current
The VF-S9 series of inverters uses high-speed switching deuices for PWM control.
When a relatively long cable is used for power supply to an inverter, current may
leak from the cable or the motor to the ground because of its capacitance,
adversely affecting peripheral equipment. The intensity of such a leakage current
depends on the PWM carrier frequency, the lengths of the input and output
cables, etc., of the inverter. To prevent current leakage, it is recommended to
take the following measures.
Leakage current which increases when an inverter is used may pass through the
following routes:
Route (1) ... Leakage due to the capacitance between the ground and the noise filter
Route (2) ... Leakage due to the capacitance between the ground and the inverter
Route (3) ... Leakage due to the capacitance between ground and the cable connecting the inverter and the motor
Route (4) ... Leakage due to the capacitance of the cable connecting the motor and an inverter in another power distribution line
Route (5) ... Leakage through the grounding line common to motors
Route (6) ... Leakage to another line because of the capacitance of the ground
Leakage current which passes through the above routes may cause the following
trouble.
●Malfunction of a leakage circuit breaker in the same or another
power distribution line
●Malfunction of a ground-relay installed in the same or another power distribution line
●Noise produced at the output of an electronic device in another power distribution line
●Activation of an external thermal relay installed between the inverter and the
motor, at a current below the rate current
ELCB
Noise filter
motor
M
Inverter
①
(*): The PWM carried frequency should not be decreased below 2.2kHz in the vector control mode.
Ground fault
【Effects of leakage current】
Power supply
5) Measures by means of wiring and grounding
(1) Use a grounding wire as large as possible.
(2) Separate the inverter's grounding wire from that of other systems or install
the grounding wire of each system separately to the grounding point.
(3) Ground (shield) the main circuit wires with metallic conduits.
②
③
Ground-fault relay
Radio interference
[Noise produced by inverters]
Since the VF-S9 series of inverters performs PWM control, it produces noise
and sometimes affects nearby instrumental devices, electrical and electronic
systems, etc. The effects of noise greatly vary with the noise resistance of each
individual device, its wiring condition, the distance between it and the inverter,
etc.
[Measures against noises]
According to the route through which noise is transmitted, the noises produced
by an inverter are classified into transmission noise, induction noise and
radiation noise.
[Examples of protective measures]
●Separate the power line from other lines, such as weak-current lines and
signal lines, and install them apart from each other.
●Install a noise filter in each inverter. It is effective for noise prevention to install noise filters in other devices and systems, as well.
●Shield cables and wires with grounded metallic conduits, and cover electronic
systems with grounded metallic cases.
●Separate the power distribution line of the inverter from that of other devices
and systems.
●Install the input and output cables of the inverter apart from each other.
●Use shielded twisted pair wires for wiring of the weak-current and signal
circuits, and always ground one of each pair of wires.
●Ground the inverter with grounding wires as large and short as possible,
separately from other devices and systems.
M
⑤
Leakage current flow routes
【Measures against effects of leakage current】
The measures against the effects of leakage current are as follows:
1) Measures to prevent the malfunction of leakage circuit breakers
(1) Decrease the PWM carrier frequency of the inverter. In the case of
the VF-S9, the frequency can be decreased to 2.0kHz. (*)
(2) Install leakage circuit breakers (ELCB) with a high-frequency protective function (e.g., Toshiba Mighty series of breakers) in both
the same and the other power distribution lines. This makes it possible
to operate the VF- S9 with its PWM carrier frequency set high.
2) Measures against malfunction of ground-fault relay:
(1) Decrease the PWM carrier frequency of the inverter. In the case of
the VF-S9, the frequency can be decreased to 2.0kHz. (*)
(2) Install ground-fault relays with a high-frequency protective function (e.g., Toshiba CCR12 type of relays) in both the same and other
lines. This makes it possible to operate the VF-S9 with its PWM
carrier frequency set high.
3) Measures against noise produced by other electric and electronic systems:
(1) Separate the grounding line of the inverter from that of the affected electric and electronic systems.
(2) Decrease the PWM carrier frequency of the inverter. In the case of
the VF-S9, the frequency can be decreased to 2.0kHz. (*)
4) Measures against malfunction of external thermal relays:
(1) Remove the external thermal relay and use the electronic thermal function of the inverter instead of it. (Unapplicable to cases where a
single inverter is used to drive more than one motor. Refer to the
instruction manual for measures to be taken when thermal relays
cannot be removed.)
(2) Decrease the PWM carrier frequency of the inverter. In the case of
the VF-S9, the frequency can be decreased to 2.0kHz.
Note) If the carrier frequency reduce, the magnetic noise caused by the motor increase.
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These devices are used to improve the input power factor and suppress high
harmonic currents and surges. Install an input AC reactor when using a VF-S9
inverter under the following conditions:
(1) When the power source capacity is 200kVA or more, and when it is 10
times or more greater than the inverter capacity.
(2) When the inverter is connected the same power distribution system as a
thyristor-committed control equipment.
(3) When the inverter is connected to the same power distribution system as that
of distorted wave-producing systems, such as arc furnaces and large-capacity
inverters.
Standard replacement intervals of main parts
The table below lists standard component replacement intervals under normal
operating conditions (i.e., average year round ambient temperature of 30∞C,
load ratio of 80% or less, average operation time of 12 hours/day). The
replacement intervals do not indicates the service life of each component, but the
number of years beyond which the failure rate of a component used without
being replaced increases shapely because of deterioration and wear.
Component name
Cooling fan
Smoothing capacitor
Standard replacement intervals 2 to 3 years
5 years
Decided upon examination of the cumulative
operation time
5 years
ta =
Deceleration
time
ta =
Replaced with a new one (upon examination)
Timer
10 years
Acceleration
time
Replaced with a new one
Decided upon examination
Aluminum capacitors on
the printed circuit board
Acceleration/deceleration times
The actual acceleration and deceleration times of a motor driven by an inverter are
determined by the torque and moment of inertia2 of the load, and can be calculated by
the following equations.
The acceleration and deceleration times of an inverter can be set individually. In any
case, however, they should be set longer than their respective values determined by
the following equations.
Replacement method, etc.
Circuit breaker, relay
Fuse
Capacity
Refer to the applicable motor capacities listed in the standard specifications.
When driving a high-pole motor, special motor, or multiple motors in parallel, select
such an inverter that the sum of the motor rated current multiplied by 1.05 to 1.1 is
less than the inverter's rated output current value.
Replaced with a new one
Replaced with a new circuit board
(upon examination)
Extract from "Periodic Inspection of General-purpose Inverters" published by the Japan Electrical Ma
nufacturers' Association
Note: The service life of each component greatly varies with its usage environment.
Conditions
(JM +JL)×△N
9.56×(TM−TL)
(sec.)
(JM +JL)×△N
(sec.)
9.56×(T B+TL)
J M : Moment of inertia of motor (kge.m2)
J L : Moment of inertia of load (kge.m2)
(converted into value on motor shaft)
△N: Difference in rotating speed between before and
after acc. or dce. (min.-1)
T L : Load torque (Ne.m)
T M : Motor rated torque x 1.2-1.3 (Ne.m) ... V/f control
: Motor rated torque x 1.5 (Ne.m)
... Vector operation control
T B : Motor rated torque x 0.2 (Ne.m)
a braking resistor or a braking resistor unit is used:
( When
Motor rated torque x 0.8-1.0 (Ne.m)
)
Allowable torque characteristics
When a standard motor is combined with an inverter to perform variable speed
operation, the motor temperature rises slightly higher than it normally does during
commercial power supply operation. This is because the inverter output voltage has a
sinusoidal (approximate) PWM waveform. In addition, the cooling becomes less
effective at low speed, so the torque must be reduced according to the frequency.
When constant-torque operation must be performed at low speeds, use a Toshiba VF
motor designed specifically for use with inverters.
All models have built-in noise filters which significantly reduce noise.
④
⑥
Before begining operation, thoroughly check the wiring between the motor and
the inverter for incorrect wiring or short circuits. Do not ground the neutral
point of any star-connected motor.
Installation of input AC rectors
Exclusive grounding,
if necessary
Noise filter
Install the wires 30 cm or more
apart from each other.
When the wires are installed in the
same duct, separate the weak-current
ine and the strong-current line with a
metallic separator.
Use twisted wires for weak-current lines.
Starting characteristics
When a motor is driven by an inverter, its operation is restricted by the inverter’s
overload current rating, so the starting characteristic is different from those obtained
from commercial power supply operation.
Although the starting torque is smaller with an inverter than with the commercial
power supply, a high starting torque can be produced at low speeds by adjusting the
V/f pattern torque boost amount or by employing vector control. (200% in
sensorless control mode, though this rate varies with the motor characteristics.)
When a larger starting torque is necessary, select an inverter with a larger capacity
and examine the possibility of increasing the motor capacity.
Electronic
system
Inverter
Exclusive grounding
Noise filter
Control panel enclosure
Sensor signal
Control signal
Ground every
shielded cable
at one point
Metallic conduit,
Plica tube,
shielded cable, etc
motor
Power factor improvement capacitors
Do not install a power factor improvement capacitors on the input or output side
of the inverter.
Installing a power factor improvement capacitor on the input or output side
causes current containing harmonic components to flow into the capacitor,
adversely affecting the capacitor itself or causing the inverter to trip. To improve
the power factor, install an input AC reactor or a DC reactor (optional) on the
primary side of the inverter.
16
Optional external devices
Device
External dimensions and connections
Input AC
reactor
(ACL)
VF-S9
Input AC reactor
Terminal box with cover
G
No.
Device
Input AC reactor
Function, Purpose, etc.
Power supply
DC reactor
②
Non-fuse circuit
breaker MCCB
③
① Input AC
reactor (ACL)
④
③ High-attenuation
⑤ Foot-mounted
noise filter
N.F
radio noise filter
④ Zero-phase reactor
ferrite core-type radio
noise filter
High-attenuation filter
(LC filter)
NF type
manufactured by
Soshin Electric Co.
Radio noise reduction filter
Magnetic
contactor MC
4- F holes
Harmonics suppression
Power factor
improvement 200V-3.7kW or less
Other model
External
surge
suppression
Input AC reactor
○
○
○
○
DC reactor
○ Large
○
○ Large
×
Fig.A
These types of filters are not necessary because all singlephase 200 V or 3-phase 400 V models and 3-phase 200
V, 5.5 kW or 7.5 kW models have a built-in EMI noise
filter, conforming to Class A, as standard But install these
filters if necessavly of noise reduction more and more.
• Effective to prevent interference with audio equipment
used near the inverter.
• Install on the input side of the inverter.
• Provided with wide-range attenuation characteristics from
AM radio bands to near 10 MHz.
• Use when equipment readily affected by noise is installed
in the peripheral area.
• Effective to prevent interference with audio equipment
used near the inverter.
• Effective in noise reduction on both input and output sides
of the inverter.
• Provided with attenuation characteristics of several dB in
frequencies from AM radio bands to 10 MHz.
• For noise countermeasures, insert on the secondary side
of the inverter.
Foot-mounted type
noise reduction
filter
High-attenuation EMI noise filter requiring only small
space; mounted on the rear side of the inverter. This filter
can be installed to conform to the following classes of EMC
standard EN5501 Group 1.
3-phase 200 V models excluding
those of 5.5/7.5 kW
: Conform to Class A.
All models other than above : Conform to Class B.
U
X
Power
supply V
Y
Dimensions (mm)
Type
P. 19
U
V
W
IM
VF-S9S
R
U
V
W
S
IM
Fig.B
P. 18
Improves the power factor more than the input reactor.
When the facility applying the inverter requires high
reliability, it is recommended to use the DC reactor with an
input reactor effective for external surge suppression.
* An inverter unit of 200V-3.7kW or less is connected to a
reactor selected on P. 18 to conform “Guides of limits for
harmonics current emissions on general purpose inverter
having an input current up to and including 20A per phase”
by the Japan Electrical Manufacturers' Association.
Zero-phase reactor
(inductive filter)
Ferrite core type
manufactured by
Soshin Electric Co.
⑤
R
S
T
Input AC reactor
Effect
Reactor Type
X
Y
Y
Refer to
Used to improve the input power factor, reduce the
harmonics, and suppress external surge on the inverter
power source side. Install when the power capacity is
500 kVA or more and 10 times or more than the inverter
capacity or when a distorted wave generation source such
as a thyristor unit or a large-capacity inverter is connected
in the same distribution system.
①
U
V
V
Power
supply
The following external devices are optionally available for the VF-S9 series of inverters.
Rating
Inverter type
Drawing Terminals
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
Approx.weight.
(kg)
PFLS2002S 1φ-230V-2.0A-50/60Hz
VFS9S-2002PL
80
55
115
63
45
5
45
M3.5
0.85
PFL2001S
3φ-230V-1.7A-50/60Hz
VFS9-2002PM
105
65
115
90
55
5
40
M3.5
1.0
PFL2005S
3φ-230V-5.5A-50/60Hz
VFS9-2004PM,2007PM
VFS9S-2004PL,2007PL
105
65
115
90
55
5
40
M3.5
1.2
PFL2011S
3φ-230V-11A-50/60Hz
VFS9-2015PM、2022PM
130
70
140 115
60
5
50
M4
2.3
PFL2018S
3φ-230V-18A-50/60Hz
VFS9-2037PM,
VFS9S-2015PL,VFS9S-2022PL
130
70
140 115
60
5
50
M4
2.5
PFL2025S
3φ-230V-25A-50/60Hz
VFS9-2055PL
125 100 130
50
83
7
――
M4
2.6
PFL2050S
3φ-230V-50A-50/60Hz
VFS9-2075PL,VFS9-2110PM
155 115 140
50
95
7
――
M6
3.4
PFL2100S
3φ-230V-100A-50/60Hz
VFS9-2150PM
230 150 210
60
90
8
――
M8
8.2
PFL4012S
3φ-460V-12.5A-50/60Hz
VFS9-4007PL∼VFS9-4037PL
125
130
50
79
7
――
PFL4025S
3φ-460V-25A-50/60Hz
VFS9-4055PL∼VFS9-4110PL
155 110 155
50
94
7
――
PFL4050S
3φ-460V-50A-50/60Hz
VFS9-4150PL
155 140 165
50
112
7
――
95
A
B
M4
2.3
4.9
M6
6.6
Note) PFL2002S has 4 terminals.
P. 19
DC reactor
(DCL)
Terminal box with cover
Name plate
Name plate
P. 19
4.4x6 slotted hole (DCLS-2002)
4.4x6 slotted hole (DCL-2007)
② DC reactor
⑥
(DCL)
VF-S9
⑦
⑧
Use when rapid deceleration or stop is frequently required
or when it is desired to reduce the deceleration time with
large load. This resistor consumes regenerative energy
during power generation braking.
• Braking resistor -- With (resistor + protective thermal
relay) built in.
Motor-end surge
voltage suppression
filter
(400 V class only)
Conduit pipe kit
Use an insulation-reinforced motor or install the surge
voltage restraint filter to prevent degrading motor insulation
caused by surge voltage generation depending on cable
length and wiring method, or use of a 400 V class motor
driven with an inverter.
IP43 enclosure kit
Attachment kit for making a panel conform to the
IP43 structure.
DIN rail kit
Available for the 200 V class models of 0.75 kW or less.
(Model: DIN001Z)
Parameter writer
Use this unit for batch read, batch copy, and batch writing
of setting parameters.
(Model: PWU001Z)
Attachment kit used for conformance to NEMA TYPE1.
⑥ Braking
resistor
⑨
N.F
④ Zero-phase reactor
ferrite core-type radio
noise filter
⑩
⑪
Extension panel
⑫
⑦ Motor -end surge
voltage suppression
filter (for 400V
models only)
IM
Extended operation panel kit provided with LED indication
section, RUN/STOP key, UP/DOWN key, Monitor key,
and Enter key.
(Model: RKP001Z)
⑬
RS485 communication
converter unit
Use to connect a personal computer for data
communication with up to 64 or 256 units.
(Model: RS4001Z, RS4002Z)
⑭
RS232C communication
converter unit
Use to connect a personal computer for data
communication.
(Model: RS2001Z)
Motor
Remote panel
⑮
⑯
Application
control unit
Provided with built-in frequency indicator, frequency setting
device, and RUN-STOP (forward/reverse) switch.
(Model: CBVR-7B1)
AP Series is available to enable various types of
application control functions when combined with an
inverter. Contact your Toshiba representative for further
information.
図A
Fig.A
Fig.B
P. 20
Terminal box with cover
Name
plate
DC reactor
Contact your
Toshiba representative.
Braking resistor
Power
supply
Fig.C
Type
Rated current
(A)
DCL-2002
DCLS-2002
2.5
P. 20
P. 21
─
Dimensions (mm)
Inverter type
Terminals
Approx.weight.
(kg)
- - -
V1.25-3.5
0.2
- - -
V1.25-3.5
0.6
V2-3.5
1.2
M4
2.2
H
D
X
VFS9-2002PM
59
37
35
51
VFS9S-2002PL
79
50
44
66
92
65
70
82
- - -
110
80
71
DCL-2007
7
VFS9-2004PM,2007PM
VFS9S-2004PL
VFS9-4007PL,4015PL Note)
DCL-2022
14
VFS9-2015PM,2022PM
VFS9S-2007PL
VFS9-4022PL,4037PL Note)
86
VFS9-2037PM
VFS9S-2015PL,2022PL
Y
Drawing
W
64
d1
d2
A
- B
DCL-2037
22.5
86
110
85
71
70
-
55
M4
2.5
DCL-2055
38
VFS9-2055PL
75
130
140
50
85
85
55
M5
1.9
DCL-2110
75
VFS9-2075PL~VFS9-2110PM
100
150
150
65
85
95
60
M6
2.4
DCL-2220
150
VFS9-2150PM
117
170
190
90
90
130
-
M8
4.3
DCL-4110
38
VFS9-4055PL~4110PL
95
150
165
70
90
105
60
M5
3.0
DCL-4220
75
VFS9-4150PL
105
160
185
80
100
130
65
M8
3.7
C
C
Note) VFS9-4007PL~4037PL are used DC reactor for 200V class.
17
18
Device
External dimensions and connections
High-attenuation
radio noise
reduction filter
Device
Braking
resistor
Highattenuation
filter
Earth terminal
External dimensions and connections
B
E
VF-S9
4.2
R
S
T
Power
supply
A
D
Power
supply
U
V
W
500
Note)
Noise filter should be
connected to the primary-side
of inveter.
Out put cable should be
kept away from input cable.
IM
PA
PB
C
Braking resistor
Fig.A
Fig.C
4- 5 holes
VF-S9
Wire opening
Dimensions (mm)
Rated current
(A)
Inverter type
5
VFS9-2002PM~VFS9-2007PM
NF3005A-MJ
A
B
C
E
F
G
H
J
K
M
N
Approx.weight.
(kg)
P
NF3015A-MJ
15
VFS9-2015PM, VFS9-2022PM
NF3020A-MJ
20
VFS9-2037PM
NF3050A-MJ
50
VFS9-2110PM
267.5
250
235
170
140
44
90
NF3080A-MJ
80
VFS9-2150PM
294.5
280
260
170
150
37
100
174.5
160
145
110
80
70
32
20
60
30
M4
ø5.5
45
Earth terminal
(M5)
D
A
C
Type
VF-S9
R
S
T
Power
supply
IM
Motor
Input or output cable should
be coiled over 4-times.
Type : RC5078
Type : RC9129
U
V
W
Unit : mm
W
D2
F
Foot-mounted
noise filter
E
φ
D
W1(Mounting dimension)
filter
VF-S9
VF-S9
filter
R
S
T
E
U
V
W
E
IM
Fig.D
Fig.B
Rating
Dimensions (mm)
Inverter type
PBR-2007
PBR-2007
120W-200
120W-200
VFS9-2002PM~VFS9-2007PM
VFS9S-2002PL~VFS9S-2007PL
VFS9-4007PL~VFS9-4022PL Note)
PBR-2022
PBR-2022
120W-75
120W-75
VFS9-2015PM~VFS9-2022PM
VFS9S-2015PL, 2022PL
PBR-2037
120W-40
PBR3-2055
120W-40
X2P
(240W-20
)
VFS9-2055PL
PBR3-2075
220W-30
X2P
(440W-15 )
VFS9-2075PL
PBR3-2110
220W-30
X3P
(660W-10 )
VFS9-2110PM
PBR3-2150
220W-30
X4P
(880W-7.5 )
VFS9-2150PM
PBR-4037
120W-160
PBR3-4055
120W-160
X2P
(240W-80 ) VFS9-4055PL
PBR3-4075
220W-120
X2P
(440W-60 ) VFS9-4075PL
PBR3-4110
220W-120
X3P
(660W-40 ) VFS9-4110PL
PBR3-4150
120W-120
X4P
(880W-30 ) VFS9-4150PL
A
B
C
D
E
G
42
182
20
4.2
172
-
320
115
Drawing
Approx.weight.
(kg)
A&C
0.28
VFS9-2037PM
4
50
4.5
120
350
190
110
230
150
B&D
5
5.5
42
VFS9-4037PL
182
20
320
115
4.2
172
-
A&C
0.28
4
50
4.5
120
350
190
110
230
150
B&D
5
5.5
Note) VFS9-4007PL~4022PL are used breaking resister for 200V class.
Parameter writer
Extention panel
Communication
Converter unit
(RS485/RS232C)
H
H1(Mounting dimension)
R
S
T
Connect to operation circuit
TH1
TH2
Zero-phase reactor
7X14holes
Braking resistor
TH2
FLB
FLC
Note) End of type of Inverter : -PL has a built-in the high-attenuation radio noise reduction filter
Zero-phase
ferrite core
type radio noise
reduction filter
TH1
IM
PA
PB PA
MC
7.0
M6
PB
OFF E
4.6
M6
ø6.5
65
1.6
M4
U
V
W
MC
ON E
1.0
E
B
Type
R
S
T
Power
supply
Parameter writer
Extention panel
Note) Dimentions of extention panel are
same as following drawing, but tha
surface of panel are different.
Communication Converter Unit
RS485/RS232C
Note) Following is RS485 unit. Dimentions of RS232C unit are
same as following,but RS232C doesn't have a connector.
3.2 hole
3.2 hole
Type
Rated current
(A)
EMFS2010AZ
10
VFS9S-2002PL~2007PL
EMF2011BZ
11
VFS9-2002PM~2015PM
EMFS2016CZ
16
VFS9S-2015PL
Inverter type
Dimensions (mm)
W
105
130
H
185
W1
50
85
205
EMF4006CZ
6
EMFS2025DZ
25
EMF4022DZ
22
EMF4045EZ
45
VFS9-2055PL, 2075PL, 4055PL, 4075PL 200 351
EMF4045FZ
45
VFS9-4110PL, 4150PL
EMF2080GZ*
80
VFS9-2110PM, 2150PM
VFS9-4007PL, 4015PL
D
110
H1
F
G
84
190
140 250
245 372
60
connector
70
10
8.5 4.5
3.2 hole
200
3.2 hole
78
2
VFS9-4022PL, 4037PL
Leakage current(mA)
note)
76
120 230
170
400
160 330
250 360
*Install grounding cable between the filter and EMC plate to conform to "EN55011 Group 1 class A".(EMF2080GZ)
wire size : 6mm2 or more (AWG9 or more)
wire length : 0.29m or less
note) In case of the delta connection.(Primary side of the inverter)
19
E
170
VFS9S-2022PL
VFS9-2022PM, 2037PM
D2
180
11
9.5 5.5
400
110
Parameter writer type:
PWU001Z
Parameter writer cable type:
CAB0011(1m)
CAB0013(3m)
CAB0015(5m)
Extension panel type:
PKP001Z
Extension panel cable type:
CAB0011(1m)
CAB0013(3m)
CAB0015(5m)
RS485 communication
converter type:
RS4001Z
RS485 cable type: CAB0011(1m)
CAB0013(3m)
CAB0015(5m)
RS232C communication
converter type:
RS2001Z
Computer cable type: CAB0025
RS232C cable type: CAB0011(1m)
CAB0013(3m)
CAB0015(5m)
20
Device
Trip display / Alarm display
Panel hole
R2.5
(Installation screw M4)
R5
Frequency meter
■ Trip information
Installation hole
2- 4(M3 screw)
Error code
90(Mounting dimension)
Remote
panel
CBVR-7B1
External dimensions and connections
Potentiometer
Remote
Problem
■ Trip information
Error code
Remedies
*
Overcurrent during ・Increase the acceleration time
acceleration
.
・Check the V/F parameter.
・Use
(Auto-restart) and
(ride-through control).
・Increase the carrier frequency
Overcurrent during ・Increase the deceleration time
deceleration
6 holes
Panel
Rubber bush( 34)
MCCB
Remote panel
options
Grounding
Unit : mm
Color : 5Y7/1
(panel : N1.5)
Approx. weight. : 0.7kg
PP
Revese
FM
R
FM
PP
V IB
FM
Ground fault trip
Overcurrent during ・Reduce the load fluctuation.
operation
・Check the load (operated machine).
・Check the cable and the motor for ground
faults.
Emergency stop
・Reset the inverter.
Arm overcurrent at ・A main circuit element is defective.
start-up
Make a service call.
VIA analog input line ・Check F633 setting value or VIA input value
break detected
Main unit RAM fault ・Make a service call.
Main unit ROM fault ・Make a service call.
CPU fault trip
CC
Inverter type error
・Make a service call.
EEPROM fault
・Turn off the inverter, then turn it on again. If it does
not recover from the error, make a service call.
Auto-tuning error
・Check the settings of the motor parameters
to
.
・Check that the motor is not two or more sizes
smaller in capacity than the inverter.
・Check that the inverter output cable is not too
thin.
・Check that the motor is not running.
・Check that the motor is a three-phase
inductive motor.
Overvoltage during ・Insert a suitable input reactor.
constant-speed
・Install a dynamic braking resistor.
operation
Inverter overload
Note) The length of wire between inverter and remote panel less than 30m.
Motor overload
Frequency meter <QS60T(80Hz-1mAdc)>
40
terminal cover
60
9
M3 screw
24
QS60T
φ52
80Hz-1mAdc
60
0
80
Hz
24
20
10
60
(Front)
13
25.
5
24±0.
224±0.
2
Panel cut dimensions
M4 terminal screw
φ5
3.
5
Frequency
meter
QS60T
30
17
24
(Side)
24
Color : Black (N1.5)
Output phase
failure
*
Input phase failure ・Check the main circuit input line for phase
failure.
・Enable
(Input phase failure
detection).
24±0.
224±0.
2
(Rear)
・Check the V/F parameter setting.
・Check the load (operated machine).
・Adjust
to the overload that the motor
can withstand during operation in a low
speed range.
*
Approx. weight. : 75g
2- 3.5 holes
・Increase the acceleration time
.
・Reduce the DC braking amount
and the DC braking time
.
・Check the V/F parameter setting.
・Use
(Auto-restart) and
(ride-through control).
・Use an inverter with a larger rating.
Unit : mm
Note) With a parameter, you can choose between trip-on and -off.
■ Alarm information
Each message in the table is displayed to give a warning but does not cause the
inverter to trip.
Error code
・Check the main circuit output line, motor, etc.,
for phase failure.
・Enable
(Output phase failure
detection).
External thermal trip ・Check the external input device.
*
Over-torque trip
Note) Dimension of QS60T is diffrent from old type : QY-11.
FRH kit
Frequency setting resistor
<RV30YN-20S-B302>
Frequency setting panel
Frequency setting
・Increase the deceleration time
.
・Use a dynamic resistor with a larger capacity
(W) and adjust
(PBR capacity
parameter) accordingly.
Overheat
・Restart the operation by resetting the inverter
after it has cooled down enough.
・The fan requires replacement if it does not
rotate during operation.
・Secure sufficient space around the inverter.
・Do not place any heat-generating device near
the inverter.
・The thermistor in the unit is broken.
Make a service call.
White mark
Screw
M4X5P0.7
*
3.2 holes
10 holes
・Check whether the system is in a normal
condition.
Dynamic braking
resistor overload
trip
Undervoltage trip
(main circuit)
・Check the input voltage.
・Enable
(undervoltage trip selection).
・To cope with a momentary stop due to
undervoltage, enable
(ridethrough control) and (Auto-restart)
.
・Make a service call.
Remote control error ・Check the remote control device, cables, etc.
Overvoltage during ・Increase the deceleration time
.
deceleration
・Install a suitable dynamic braking resistor.
・Enable
(dynamic braking selection).
・Enable
(overvoltage limit
operation).
・Inset a suitable input reactor.
F
R
CC
F
CC
Note) Mounting dimension of CBVR-7B(old type)is same as CBVR-7B1.
M
FLC
CC
.
Overvoltage during ・Insert a suitable input reactor.
acceleration
・Use
(Auto-restart) and
(ride-through control).
FLA
FLB
RR
Forward
Motor
U/T1
V/T2
W/T3
R/L1
S/L2
T/L3
Power
supply
Remedies
・Enable
(Low-current detection
parameter).
・Check whether the detection level is set
properly to the system. (
and
)
・If no error is found in the setting, make a
service call.
.
Overcurrent (An
・Check the cables and wires for defective
overcurrent on the
insulation.
lood side at start-up)
VF-S9
Problem
Small-current
operation trip
Problem
Remedies
ST terminal OFF
・Close the ST-CC circuit.
Undervoltage in
main circuit
・Measure the main circuit supply voltage.
If the voltage is at a normal level, the inverter
requires repairing.
Retry in process
・The inverter is normal if it restarts after
several tens of seconds.
The inverter restarts automatically. Be
careful of the machine because it may
suddenly restart.
Frequency point
setting error
・Set the frequency setting signals at points 1
and 2 apart from each other.
Clear command
acceptable
・Press the STOP key again to clear the trip.
Emergency stop
・Press the STOP key for an emergency stop.
command acceptable
To cancel the emergency stop, press any other key.
/
Setting error alarm / ・Check whether the setting is made correctly.
An error code and
data are displayed
alternately twice each.
DC braking
・Normal if the message disappears after
several tens of seconds. (See Note.)
Parameters in the
・Normal if the message disappears after a while
process of initialization
(several seconds to several tens of seconds).
Setup parameters in the ・Normal if the message disappears after a while
process of being set
(several seconds to several tens of seconds).
Auto-tuning in
process
・Normal if the message disappears after
several seconds.
Note) When the ON/OFF function is selected for DC braking (DB), using the input terminal selection parameter, you
can judge the inverter to be normal if “
” disappears when opening the circuit between the terminal and CC.
Unit : mm
21
22
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