Microprocessor Controlled
IGBT Drive
Inverter Motor Speed Regulator
Operating Manual
L510 Series
100V
0.2~0.75KW
(0.25~1HP)
200V
0.2~2.2KW
(0.25~3HP)
400V
0.75~2.2KW
(1~3HP)
L510
Chapter 0
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Table of Contents
Preface
0.1 Preface
Safety Precautions
1.1 Before Power UP
1.2 During Power UP
1.3 Before Operation
1.4 During Operation
1.5 Inverter Disposal
Part Number Definition
2.1 Model part number
2.2 Standard Product Specification
Environment & Installation
3.1 Environment
3.2 Installation
3.2.1 Installation methods
3.2.2 Installation space
3.2.3 De-rating curve
3.3 Wiring guidelines
3.3.1 Power cables
3.3.2 Control cable selection and wiring
3.3.3 Wiring and EMC guidelines
3.3.4 Failure liability
3.3.5 Considerations for peripheral equipment
3.3.6 Ground connection
3.3.7 Inverter exterior
3.4 Specifications
3.4.1 Product Specifications
3.4.2 General Specifications
3.5 Standard wiring
3.5.1 Single phase(NPN input)
3.5.2 Single phase(PNP input)
3.5.3 Three phase(NPN input)
3.5.4 Three phase(PNP input)
3.6 Terminal Description
3.6.1 Description of main circuit terminals
3.6.2 Control circuit terminal description
3.7 Outline Dimensions
3.8 EMC filter Disconnection
Software Index
4.1 Keypad Description
4.1.1 Operator Panel Functions
4.1.2 Digital Display Description
4.1.3 Digital Display Setup
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1-3
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2-2
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3-11
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3-12
3-12
3-13
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3-16
3-17
3-18
3-19
3-19
3-20
3-21
3-23
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4-2
4-4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Appendix I
4.1.4 Example of Keypad Operation
4.1.5 Operation Control
4.2 Programmable Parameter Groups
4.3 Parameter Function Description
Troubleshooting and Maintenance
5.1 Error Display and Corrective Action
5.1.1 Manual Reset and Auto-Reset
5.1.2 Keypad Operation Error Instruction
5.1.3 Special conditions
5.2 General troubleshooting
5.3 Troubleshooting of the inverter
5.3.1 Quick troubleshooting of the inverter
5.3.2 Troubleshooting for OC, OL error displays
5.3.3 Troubleshooting for OV, LV error
5.3.4 The Motor can not run
5.3.5 Motor Overheating
5.3.6 Motor runs unbalanced
5.4 Routine and periodic inspection
5.5 Maintenance
Peripheral Components
6.1 Reactor Specifications
6.2 Electromagnetic Contactor and No fuse circuit breaker
6.3 Fuse Specification
6.4 Fuse Specification(UL Model Recommended)
6.5 Barking Resistor
L510 Parameters Setting List
II
4-6
4-8
4-9
4-22
5-1
5-1
5-1
5-2
5-3
5-4
5-5
5-5
5-7
5-8
5-9
5-10
5-11
5-12
5-13
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Chapter 0 Preface
0.1 Preface
To extend the performance of the product and ensure personnel safety, please read
this manual thoroughly before using the inverter. Should there be any problem in
using the product that cannot be solved with the information provided in the manual,
contact our technical or sales representative who will be willing to help you.
※Precautions
The inverter is an electrical product. For your safety, there are symbols such as
“Danger”, “Caution” in this manual as a reminder to pay attention to safety
instructions on handling, installing, operating, and checking the inverter. Be sure to
follow the instructions for highest safety.
Danger
Indicates a potential hazard that could cause death or serious
personal injury if misused.
Caution
Indicates that the inverter or the mechanical system might be damaged
if misused.
Danger
¾
Risk of electric shock. The DC link capacitors remain charged for five
minutes after power has been removed. It is not permissible to open the
equipment until 5 minutes after the power has been removed.
¾
Do not make any connections when the inverter is powered on. Do not check
parts and signals on circuit boards during the inverter operation.
Do not disassemble the inverter or modify any internal wires, circuits, or
parts.
Ensure that the Inveter Ground terminal is connected correctly.
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Caution
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Do not perform a voltage test on parts inside the inverter. High voltage can
destroy the semiconductor components.
Do not connect T1, T2, and T3 terminals of the inverter to any AC input
power supply.
CMOS ICs on the inverter’s main board are susceptible to static electricity. Do
not touch the main circuit board.
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Chapter 1 Safety Precautions
1.1 Before Power Up
Danger
¾
Make sure the main circuit connections are correct. Single phase L1(L),L3(N), and
Three phase 200V L1(L),L2,L3(N); 400V : L1,L2,L3 are power-input terminals and
must not be mistaken for T1,T2 and T3. Otherwise, inverter damage can result.
Caution
¾
The line voltage applied must comply with the inverter’s specified input
voltage.(See the nameplate)
¾ To avoid the front cover from disengaging, or other damge do not carry the
inverter by its covers. Support the drive by the heat sink when transporting.
Improper handling can damage the inverter or injure personnel and should be
avoided.
¾ To avoid the risk of fire, do not install the inverter on a flammable object.Install on
nonflammable objects such as metal.
¾ If several inverters are placed in the same control panel, provide heat removal
means to maintain the temperature below 50 degree C to avoid overheat or fire.
¾ When disconnecting the remote keypad, turn the power off first to avoid any
damage to the keypad or the inverter.
Warning
¾ This product is sold subject to EN 61800-3 and EN 61800-5-1.
In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which
case the user may be required to apply corrective measures.
Caution
¾ Work on the device/system by unqualified personnel or failure to comply with
warnings can result in severe personal injury or serious damage to material. Only
suitably qualified personnel trained in the setup, installation, commissioning and
operation of the product should carry out work on the device/system.
¾
Only permanently-wired input power connections are allowed.
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1.2 During Power Up
Danger
¾ When the momentary power loss is longer than 2 seconds, the inverter will not
have sufficient stored power for its control circuit. Therefore, when the power is
re-applied, the run operation of the inverter will be based on the setup of
following parameters:
•
•
Run parameters. 00-02 or 00-03.
Direct run on power up. Parameter. 07-04 and the status of external run
switch,
Note-: the start operation will be regardless of the settings for parameters
07-00/07-01/07-02.
Danger. Direct run on power up.
If direct run on power up is enabled and inverter is set to external run
with the run FWD/REV switch closed then the inverter will restart.
Danger
Prior to use, ensure that all risks and safety implications are considered.
¾ When the momentary power loss ride through is selected and the power loss is
short, the inverter will have sufficient stored power for its control circuits to
function, therefore,when the power is resumed the inverter will automatically
restart depending on the setup of parameters 07-00 & 07-01.
1.3 Before Operation
Caution
¾ Make sure the model and inverter capacity are the same as that set in
parameter 13-00.
Note : On power up the supply voltage set in parameter 01-01 will flash on display
for 2 seconds.
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1.4 During Operation
Danger
¾
Do not connect or disconnect the motor during operation. Otherwise, It may
cause the inverter to trip or damage the unit.
Danger
¾
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To avoid electric shock, do not take the front cover off while power is on.
The motor will restart automatically after stop when auto-restart function is enabled.
In this case, care must be taken while working around the drive and associated
equipment .
The operation of the stop switch is different than that of the emergency stop switch.
The stop switch has to be activated to be effective. Emergency stop has to be
de-activated to become effective.
Caution
Do not touch heat radiating components such as heat sinks and brake resistors.
The inverter can drive the motor from low speed to high speed. Verify the allowable
speed ranges of the motor and the associated machinery.
Note the settings related to the braking unit.
Risk of electric shock. The DC link capacitors remain charged for five minutes after
power has been removed. It is not permissible to open the equipment until 5
minutes after the power has been removed.
Caution
¾
The Inverter should be used in environments with temperature range from
(14-104℉) or (-10 to 40℃) and relative humidity of 95%.
Danger
¾ Make sure that the power is switched off
any components.
before disassembling or checking
1.5 Inverter Disposal
Caution
Please dispose of this unit with care as an industrial waste and according to your
required local regulations.
¾
¾
The capacitors of inverter main circuit and printed circuit board are considered as
hazardous waste and must not be burnt.
The Plastic enclosure and parts of the inverter such as the cover board will release
harmful gases if burnt.
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Chapter 2 Part Number Definition
2.1 Model part number
L510 - 1P2 - H1
Supply voltage
1:100V Class
2:200V Class
4 : 400V Class
Internal Voltage
Blank : +12V Series
A:+24V Series
Horsepower
100V Class P2: 0.25 HP
P5: 0.5 HP
01: 0.75 HP
200V Class P2:
P5:
01:
02:
03:
-N
P:PNP
N:NPN
400V Class 01: 1HP
02: 2HP
03: 3HP
0.25 HP
0.5 HP
1 HP
2 HP
3 HP
Filter
F :Built-in
Blank:None
Power supply
1:Single phase
3:Three phase
Specification
H:Standard Type
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2.2 Standard Product Specification
100V/200V (If the model is marked A, it means that it is built in the power supply of 24V; if not, then it
is built in the power supply of 12V.)
Model
L510-1P2-H1-N
L510-1P5-H1-N
L510-101-H1-N
Supply
Voltage
(Vac)
Frequency
(Hz)
1ph,
100~120V
+10%/-15%
Model
(HP)
(KW)
0.25
0.2
0.5
0.4
1
0.75
L510-2P2-H1F-P
0.25
0.2
L510-2P5-H1F-P
0.5
0.4
L510-201-H1F-P
1
0.75
2
1.5
3
2.2
0.25
0.2
0.5
0.4
L510-201-H1-N
1
0.75
L510-202-H1-N
2
1.5
L510-203-H1-N
3
2.2
L510-2P2-H3-N
0.25
0.2
0.5
0.4
1
0.75
2
1.5
3
2.2
L510-202-H1F-P
L510-203-H1F-P
L510-2P2-H1-N
1ph,
200~240V
+10%/-15%
L510-2P5-H1-N
L510-2P5-H3-N
L510-201-H3-N
L510-202-H3-N
50/60Hz
3ph,
200~240V
+10%/-15%
L510-203-H3-N
Filter
NPN PNP Built-in
None
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400V (Models of 400V machines are all marked A, built in the power supply of 24V.)
Model
Supply
Voltage
(Vac)
Frequency
Model
(HP)
(KW)
L510-401-H3-N A
1
0.75
L510-402-H3-N A
2
1.5
3
2.2
1
0.75
L510-402-H3F-P A
2
1.5
L510-403-H3F-P A
3
2.2
L510-403-H3-N A
L510-401-H3F-P A
3ph,
380~480V
+10%/-15%
(Hz)
50/60Hz
Filter
NPN PNP Built-in
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None
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Suitable for use on a circuit capable of delivering not more than 5,000 rms symmetrical amperes,
120/240 volts maximum. The voltage shall be 120 for 100-120 V, 240 for 200-240 V, 480 for
380-480V rated units.
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Chapter 3 Environment & Installation
3.1 Environment
Installation environment has a direct affect on the correct operation and the life expectancy of the
inverter, Install the inverter in an environment complying with the following conditions:
Protection
Protection
class
IP20, NEMA/UL Open Type
Operating
temperature
Storage
temperature
Relative
Humidity
Shock
Suitable environment
-10~40°C (-10~50°C with fan)
If several inverters are installed in the same control panel, ensure
adequate spacing and provide the necessary cooling and ventilation for
successful operation.
-20~60°C
Max 95% (without condensation)
Notice prevention of inverter freezing up.
1G. (9.8m/s²) for 20Hz and below.
0.6G (5.88m/s²) from 20Hz to 50Hz
Installation site
Install in an environment that will not have an adverse effect on the operation of the unit
and ensure that there is no exposure to areas such as that listed below:¾
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¾
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Direct sunlight, Rain or moisture
Oil mist and salt
Dust, lint fibbers, small metal filings and corrosive liquid and gas
Electromagnetic interference from sources such as welding equipment
Radioactive and flammable materials
Excessive vibration from machines such as stamping, punching machines
Add a vibration-proof pads if necessary
Tightening torque for terminals
Chart 3-1
TM1
Model
Cable Size
AWG
mm²
TM2
Tightening torque
kgf.cm Ibf.in
14
12.15
Frame1
22~10 0.34~6
12.24 10.62
Frame2
Nm
1.37
1.2
3-1
Cable Size
AWG
mm²
24~12 0.25~4
Tightening torque
kgf.cm Ibf.in
4.08
3.54
Nm
0.4
3.2 Installation
3.2.1 Installation methods
Frame1. Mounting on a flat surface.
Screw: M4
Din rail type installation:
Din rail kit includes a plastic and a metal adaptor plates.
Assembly Steps:1) Attach the metal adaptor plate to the inverter base with the screws provided.
2) Attach the plastic Din rail adaptor to the metal adaptor plate.
3) Push the plastic adaptor forward to lock into position.
Disassembly Steps:1) Unlock by pushing the snap hooks
2) Retract and remove the plastic Din rail adaptor.
3) Unscrew the metal plate &Remove
Assembly:-
1. Metal plate adaptor
Disassembly:-
1. Metal plate adaptor
3. screws
3. screws
2. Plastic adaptor
2. Plastic adaptor
Snap hooks
Snap hooks
Note:
JN5-DIN-L01 (Frame 1 Din rail kit part number), including the following parts
1. Metal plate adaptor
2. Plastic adaptor
3. Chamfer head screw: M3×6
3-2
Frame 2. Mounting on a flat surface.
Screw: M4
Din rail type installation:
Din rail kit includes a plastic adaptor plate as an attachment for the inverter base.
Refere to Diagram below:-
Disassembly:-
Assembly:-
Plastic Adaptor plate
Snap hook
Middle Snap hook
Din Rail Mounting & Dismounting as shown in the diagram below:-Use a 35mm Din Rail.
Dismounting
Mounting
Plastic adaptor plate.
JN5-DIN-L02 (Frame 2 Din rail kit part number)
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3.2.2 Installation space
Provide sufficient air circulation space for cooling as shown in examples below.
Install the Inverter on surfaces that provide good heat dissipation.
Single unit Installation
Install the inverter verticality to obtain effective cooling.
Frames1 & 2.
Fan
Fan
CONTROL
PANEL
12cm
5cm
5cm
12cm
Side view
Front view
Side by side Installation
CONTROL
PANEL
Provide the necessary
physical space and cooling
based on the ambient
temperature and the heat
loss in the panel
5cm
3-4
3.2.3 De-rating curve
Curves below show the applicable output current de-rate due to setting of carrier
frequency and the ambient operating temperatures of 40 and 50 degree C.
3-5
3.3 Wiring Guidelines
3.3.1 Power Cables.
Supply power cable must be connected to TM1 terminal block, terminals L1(L) and L3(N) for
single phase 200V supply, L1(L), L2, L3(N) for three phase 200V supply and L1, L2, L3 for
three phase 400V supply.
Motor cable must be connected to TM1 terminals. T1, T2, T3.
Warning:- Connection of Supply line cable to terminals T1,T2& T3 will result in serious
damage to the drive components.
Example power connections:- Inverter with dedicated power line.
MCCB
Power
Inverter
IM
¾ Install a Supply RFI filter or Isolation transformer when the power source is shared
with other high power electrical equipment as shown below.
MCCB
Power
Inverter
Power
IM
MCCB
RFI
Filter
Inverter
IM
Insulation transformer
Machine
Machine
¾ The maximum rms symmetrical amperes and voltage are listed as follows:
Device Rating
Short circuit Rating
Maximum Voltage
voltage
HP
110V
0.2~1
5000A
120V
220V
0.2~3
5000A
240V
440V
1~3
5000A
480V
¾ Electrical ratings of terminals:
Horsepower
Power Specification
0.25/0.5/1
220V
1
110V
2/3
220V
1/2/3
440V
Voltage (Volt)
300
600
3-6
Current(A)
30
20
30
28
3.3.2 Control Cable selection and Wiring.
Control cables should be connected to terminal block TM2.
Choose power & Control cables according to the following criteria:¾ Use copper wires with correct diameter and temperature rating of 60/75°C.
¾ Minimum cable voltage rating for 200V type inverters should be 300VAC.
¾ Route all cables away from other high voltage or high current power lines
to reduce interference effects.
Use a twisted pair shielded cable and connect the shield (screen) wire to the ground
terminal at the inverter end only. Cable length should not exceed 50 meters.
Shielding sheath
Protective covering
Do not connect this end
Connect the shield to inverter
ground terminal
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3.3.3 Wiring and EMC guidelines.
For effective interference suppression, do not route power and control cables in the same
conduit or trucking.
To prevent radiated noise, motor cable should be put in a metal conduit. Alternatively an
armored or shielded type motor cable should be used.
For effective suppression of noise emissions the cable armor or shield must be grounded at
both ends to the motor and the inverter ground. These connections should be as short as
possible.
Motor cable and signal lines of other control equipment should be at the least 30 cm apart.
L510 has a built in Class “A” EMC filter to first Environment Restricted. (Category C2).
For some installations such as residential,(Category C1) an optional external Class “B” type
filter will be necessary. Please consult your local supplier.
Typical Wiring.
1.Protective Earth Conductor.
Conductor size for enclosure &
Back plate must comply with the local electrical
standards. Min 10mm².
L1(L)
L3(N)
E
1
2.Back plate. Galvanised steel (Unpainted).
3.Ferrite core / Output reactor
ferrite cores can be used to reduce
radiated noise due to long motor cables.
If ferrite core is used loop motor wires, 3 times
round the core. Install core as close to the
inverter as possible
L1(L) L3(N) E
Drive
2
T1 T2 T3
E
Output reactors provide additional
benefit of reducing dv/dt for protection of motor
windings.
3
4
4.Metal Cable clamp. no more than 150mm from
the inverter.
Note: If no enclosure & back plate is used then
connect the cable shield by a good 360 º
termination to the Inverter output terminal E.
5.Screened (Shielded four core cable).
5
6
7
M
6.Separate Protective Earth wire, routed outside
motor cable separated be at least 100mm.
Note:- this is the preferred method specially
for large output cables and long length.
Multi-core screened (3 core & protective
earth) can be used for small power and short
length.
PE
7.Connect the cable shield by a good
360º termination and connect to the motor
protective earth terminal.
This link must be as short as possible.
8
8.Motor Earth terminal(Protective Earth).
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3.3.4 Failure liability
¾ Teco bears no responsibility for any failures or damaged caused to the inverter if the
recommendations in this instruction manual have not been followed specifically
points listed below,
¾ If a correctly rated Fuse or Circuit breaker has not been installed between the power
source and the inverter.
¾ If a magnetic contactor, a phase capacitor, burst absorber and LC or RC circuits have
been connected between the inverter and the motor.
¾ If an incorrectly rated three-phase squirrel cage induction motor has been used
Note:
When one inverter is driving several motors, the total current of all motors running
simultaneously must be less than the rated current of the inverter, and each motor
has to be equipped with a correctly rated thermal overload relay.
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3.3.5 Considerations for peripheral equipment
Power
Circuit
Breaker
& RCD
Magnetic
contactor
Ensure that the supply voltage is correct.
A molded-case circuit breaker or fused disconnect
must be installed between the AC source and the
inverter
Use a molded-case circuit breaker that conforms to
the rated voltage and current of the inverter.
Do not use the circuit breaker as the run/stop switch
for the inverter.
Residual Current Circuit Breaker(RCD)
Current setting should be 200mA or above and the
operating time at 0.1 second or longer to prevent
malfunctions.
Normally a magnetic contactor is not needed.
A contactor can be used to perform functions such
as external control and auto restart after power
failure.
Do not use the magnetic contactor as the run/stop
switch for the inverter.
When a 200V/400V inverter with rating below 15KW
AC reactor for is connected to a high capacity power source
power quality (600KVA or above) then an AC reactor can be
improvement connected for power factor improvement and
reducing harmonics.
L510 inverter has a built-in filter to Class “A” first
Environment. (CategoryC2)
Input noise
To satisfy the required EMC regulations for your
filter
specific application you may require an additional
EMC filter.
Connect the single phase power to Terminals, L1(L)
& L3(N) and three phase power to Terminals :
(200V : L1(L),L2,L3(N) or 400V : L1,L2,L3)
Warning! Connecting the input terminals T1, T2,
and T3 to AC input power will damage the inverter.
Output terminals T1, T2, and T3 are connected to U,
Inverter
V, and W terminals of the motor.
To reverse the motor rotation direction just swap
any two wires at terminals T1, T2, and T3.
Ground the Inverter and motor correctly.
Ground Resistance for 200V power<100 Ohms.
(
Motor
Three-phase induction motor. Voltage drop on
motor due to long cable can be calculated.
Volts drop should be < 10%.
Phase-to-phase voltage drop (V) =
3 ×resistance of wire (Ω/km)×length of line
(m)×current×10-3
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3.3.6 Ground connection
Inverter Ground terminal must be connected to installation ground correctly and
according to the required local wiring regulations.
¾ Ground cable size must be according to the required local wiring
regulations. Ground connection should be as short as possible.
¾ Do not share the ground of the inverter with other high current loads (Welding
machine, high power motors). Ground each unit separately.
¾ Ensure that all ground terminals and connections are secure
¾
Do not make ground loops when several inverters share a common ground point.
Note: Please leave at least 5cm while installing inverter side by side in order to provide
enough cooling space.
(a) Correct
(b) Correct
(c) Incorrect
3.3.7 Inverter exterior
Operator panel
RS485 Communication Port
TM2
TM1
Ground terminal
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3.4 Specifications
3.4.1 Product Specifications
100V Class : Single phase
Model : L510-□□□-H1-N □
1P2
1P5
101
0 . 25
0.5
1
0.2
0.4
0 . 75
1.8
2.6
4.3
0 . 68
1 . 00
1 . 65
Sing le Ph ase : 100~ 12 0 V,50 /60HZ
+ 1 0 %- 15 %
Three phase 0~ 240 V
9.5
13
19
1.0
1.0
1.0
IP20
Horse power (HP)
Suitable motor capacity (KW)
Rated output current (A)
Rated capacity (KVA)
Input voltage range(V)
Allowable voltage fluctuation
Output voltage range(V)
Input current (A)*
Allowable momentary power loss time (S)
Enclosure
(If the model is marked A, it means that it is built in the power supply of 24V; if not, then it is built in
the power supply of 12V.)
200V Class : Single phase.
F : Standards for built-in filter
Model : L510- □□□ -H1-N □
2P2
2P5
(L510- □□□ -H1F-P □ )
Horse power (HP)
Suitable motor capacity (KW)
Rated output current (A)
Rated capacity (KVA)
Input voltage range(V)
Allowable voltage fluctuation
Output voltage range(V)
Input current (A)
Allowable momentary power loss time (S)
Enclosure
0 . 25
0.2
1.8
0 .68
4 .9
1.0
2 01
2 02
0.5
1
2
0.4
0 . 75
1.5
2.6
4.3
7.5
1 .00
1 .65
2 .90
Si ng le Ph ase : 200~ 24 0 V,50 /60HZ
+ 1 0 %- 15 %
Three phase 0~ 240 V
7 .2
11
1 5 .5
1.0
1.0
2.0
IP2 0
2 03
3
2.2
1 0 .5
4 .00
21
2.0
(If the model is marked A, it means that it is built in the power supply of 24V; if not, then it is built in
the power supply of 12V.)
200V Class : Three phase
Model L510- □□□ -H3-N □
2P2
2P5
2 01
2 02
2 03
Horse power (HP)
0 . 25
0.5
1
2
3
Suitable motor capacity (KW)
0.2
0.4
0 . 75
1.5
2.2
Rated output current (A)
1.8
2.6
4.3
7.5
1 0 .5
Rated capacity (KVA)
0 .68
1 .00
1 .65
2 .90
4 .00
Input voltage range(V)*
Allowable voltage fluctuation
Output voltage range(V)
Three phase : 2 00~2 40V,5 0/60H Z
+ 1 0 %- 15 %
Three phase 0~ 240 V
Input current (A)
3 .0
4 .0
6 .4
9 .4
1 2 .2
Allowable momentary power loss time(S)
Enclosure
1.0
1.0
1.0
IP2 0
2.0
2.0
(If the model is marked A, it means that it is built in the power supply of 24V; if not, then it is built in
the power supply of 12V.)
3-12
400V Class : Single phase.
F : Standards for built-in filter
Model : L510- □□□ -H3-N A
4 01
4 02
(L510- □□□ -H3F-P A)
Horse power (HP)
Suitable motor capacity (KW)
Rated output current (A)
Rated capacity (KVA)
Input voltage range(V)
Allowable voltage fluctuation
Output voltage range(V)
Input current (A)
Allowable momentary power loss time (S)
Enclosure
4 03
1
2
3
0 . 75
1.5
2.2
2.3
3.8
5.2
1 .7
2 .9
4 .0
T hre e Phase : 380~ 48 0 V,50 /60HZ
+ 1 0 %- 15 %
4 .2
2 .0
Three phase 0~ 480 V
5 .6
7 .3
2 .0
2 .0
IP2 0
(Models of 400V machines are all marked A, built in the power supply of 24V.)
*The input current is calculated value at full rated output current.
3.4.2 General Specifications
Item
Control Mode
Range
Setting resolution
Frequency
Setting
Frequency limit
Run
Operation set
V / F curve setting
Carrier frequency
Commonly
Control
Acceleration and
deceleration control
Multifunction input
Multifunction output
Multifunction analog
output
Main features
L510
V/F Control + Auto-torque compensation function
0.01~650.00Hz
Digital input : 0.01Hz
Analog input : 0.06Hz/60Hz
Keypad : Set directly with▲▼ keys or the VR (Potentiometer)
on the keypad
External Input Terminals:
AVI(0/2~10V), ACI(0/4~20mA)input
Multifunction input up/down function(Group3)
Setting frequency by Communication method.
Lower and upper frequency limits
3 -skip frequency settings.
Keypad run, stop button
External terminals:
Multi- operation-mode 2 / 3 wire selection
Jog operation
Run signal by communication method.
6 fixed curve and one customized curve
1~16KHz(default 5KHz)
2 off Acc / dec time parameters.
4 off S curve parameters.
19 functions (refer to description on group3)
14 functions (refer to description on group3)
5 functions (refer to description on group3)
Overload Detection, 8 preset speeds, Auto-run, Acc/Dec
Switch (2 Stages), Main/Alt run Command select, Main/Alt
Frequency Command select, PID control, torque boost, V/F
start Frequency ,Fault reset, Firemode.
3-13
LED
Display
Protective
Functions
LED Status Indicator
Overload Protection
Over voltage
Under voltage
Momentary Power Loss
Restart
Stall Prevention
Short-circuit output
terminal
Grounding Fault
Protective
functions
Other protective
functions
International
authentication
communication control
Environment
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Shock
Specifications of EMC
Specifications of LVD
Security level
Protection level
Display: parameter/parameter value/frequency/line speed/DC
voltage/output voltage/output current/PID feedback/input and
output terminal status/Heat sink temperature/Program
Version/Fault Log.
For run/stop/forward and reverse.
Integrated motor and Inverter overload protection.
100V/200V : Over 410V, 400V : Over 820V
100V/200V : Under 190V, 400V : Under 380V
Inverter auto-restart after a momentary power loss.
Stall prevention for Acceleration/ Deceleration/ and
continuous Run.
Electronic Circuit Protection
Electronic Circuit Protection
Overheat protection, carrier frequency following as temperature
decreases, fault contact output, reverse limitation, unattended
start protection (USP) , times of automatic reset setting,
parameters locking and etc.
CE/UL
Standard built in RS485 communication (Modbus), and it can
make control at one to one or one to more.
-10~50℃
-20~60℃
under 95%RH ( no condensation)
Under 20Hz, 1G(9.8m/s²)20~50Hz 0.6G(5.88m/s²)
complying with the first type of environment of EN61800-3
complying with the demand of EN50178
UL508C
IP20
3-14
3.5 Standard wiring
3.5.1 Single phase (NPN input)
Main
Switch
AC Power
source
Fuse
L1(L)
L3(N)
Power
input
T1
Inverter
output T2
M
T3
E
Ground
1:Data+
2:Data3:Data+
RS485 4:Reserved
5:Reserved
Pin1 to Pin 8
6:Data7:5V
8:GND
CON2
S1
S2
Multi-function input
S3
S4
S5
COM
RA
RB
Relay output
250VAC/1A
(30VDC/1A)
+ 10V
Frequency
reference or PID
AVI (0~10V)
ACI (0~20mA)
- AGND
+
AO
AO
AGND
Multi-function output
0~10V
Model:
100V : L510-1P2-H1-N □ / L510-1P5-H1-N □ / L510-101-H1-N □
200V : L510-2P2-H1-N □ / L510-2P5-H1-N □ / L510-201-H1-N □
L510-202-H1-N □ / L510-203-H1-N □
3-15
3.5.2 Single phase (PNP input)
Main
Switch
Fuse
L1(L)
AC Power
source
L3(N)
Power
input
T1
Inverter
output T2
M
T3
E
Ground
1:Data+
2:Data3:Data+
RS485 4:Reserved
5:Reserved
Pin1 to Pin 8
6:Data7:5V
8:GND
S1
CON2
S2
Multi-function input
S3
S4
S5
+12V
RA
+24V (A)
RB
+
Frequency
reference or PID
Relay output
250VAC/1A
(30VDC/1A)
10V
AVI (0~10V)
ACI (0~20mA)
- AGND
AO
+
AO
AGND
Multi-function output
0~10V
Model:
200V : L510-2P2-H1F-P □ / L510-2P5-H1F-P □ / L510-201-H1F-P □
L510-202-H1F-P □ / L510-203-H1F-P □
3-16
3.5.3 Three phase (NPN input)
P, BR for 400 series
Main
Switch
P
Fuse
BR
L1(L)
AC Power
source
L2
Power
input
T1
Inverter
output T2
M
T3
L3(N)
Ground
E
1:Data+
2:DataCON2
3:Data+
RS485 4:Reserved
5:Reserved
Pin1 to Pin 8
6:Data7:5V
8:GND
S1
S2
Multi-function input
S3
S4
RA
S5
COM
RB
Relay output
250VAC/1A
(30VDC/1A)
+ 10V
Frequency
reference or PID
AVI (0~10V)
ACI (0~20mA)
-
AGND
AO
+
AO
AGND
Multi-function output
0~10V
Model:
200V : L510-2P2-H3-N □ / L510-2P5-H3-N □ / L510-201-H3-N □
L510-202-H3-N □ / L510-203-H3-N □
400V : L510-401-H3-N A / L510-402-H3-N A / L510-403-H3-N A
3-17
3.5.4 Three phase (PNP input)
P, BR for 400 series
Main
Switch
AC Power
source
P
Fuse
L1(L)
L2
Power
input
BR
T1
Inverter
output T2
M
T3
L3(N)
Ground
E
1:Data+
2:DataCON2
3:Data+
RS485 4:Reserved
5:Reserved
Pin1 to Pin 8
6:Data7:5V
8:GND
S1
S2
Multi-function input
S3
S4
S5
+12V
RA
+24V (A)
RB
Relay output
250VAC/1A
(30VDC/1A)
+ 10V
Frequency
reference or PID
AVI (0~10V)
ACI (0~20mA)
- AGND
AO
+
AO
AGND
Multi-function output
0~10V
Model:
400V : L510-401-H3F-P A / L510-402-H3F-P A / L510-403-H3F-P A
3-18
3.6 Terminal Description
3.6.1 Description of main circuit terminals
Terminal symbols
L1(L)
L2
L3(N)
P*
BR*
T1
T2
T3
TM1 Function Description
Main power input, L1(L)/L2/L3(N)
externally connected braking resistor
Inverter output, connect to U, V, W terminals of motor
Ground terminal
*P,BR for 400V series
Single phase
L1(L)
L2
L3(N)
T1
T2
T3
Note: the screw on L2 terminal is removed for the single phase input supply models.
Three phase
L1(L)
L2
L3(N)
T1
T2
T3
Three phase (400V series)
L1
L2
L3
P
BR
3-19
T1
T2
T3
3.6.2 Control circuit terminal description
Terminal symbols
RA
RB
COM
+12V / +24V
S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
10V
AVI
ACI
AO
AGND
TM1 Function Description
Relay output terminal, Specification: 250VAC/1A(30VDC/1A)
S1~S5 (COMMON) 【NPN】
S1~S5 (COMMON) 【PNP】(Model Name + A : 24V)
Multi-function input terminals(refer to group3)
Built in Power for an external speed potentiometer
Analog voltage input, Specification : 0~10VDC/ 2-10V
Analog current input, Specification : 0/4~20mA
Multi function analog output terminal. Maximum output 10VDC/1mA
Analog ground terminal
NPN:
PNP:
3-20
3.7 Outline Dimensions
(unit: mm)
Frame1
W
W1
W2
H
H1
H2
D
D1
Model
D
Unit : mm(inch)
Weight
D1
L510-1P2-H1 □
L510-1P5-H1 □
L510-2P2-H1(F) □
72
63
61
141
131
122
139.2
L510-2P5-H1(F) □
136
0.9kg
(2.83)
(2.48)
(2.40)
(5.55)
(5.16)
(4.80)
(5.48)
(5.35)
L510-201-H1(F) □
L510-2P2-H3 □
L510-2P5-H3 □
L510-201-H3 □
(If the model is marked A, it means that it is built in the power supply of 24V; if not, then it is built in
the power supply of 12V.)
F : Built-in EMC filter
3-21
Frame2
Model
W
W1
W2
H
H1
H2
D
Unit : mm(inch)
Weight
D1
L510-101-H1 □
L510-202-H1(F) □
L510-203-H1(F) □
L510-202-H3 □
118
108
108
144
131
121
147.3
144.2
1.6kg
(4.65)
(4.25)
(4.25)
(5.67)
(5.16)
(4.76)
(5.80)
(5.68)
L510-203-H3 □
L510-401-H3(F) A
L510-402-H3(F) A
L510-403-H3(F) A
(If the model is marked A, it means that it is built in the power supply of 24V; if not, then it is built in
the power supply of 12V. Models of 400V machines are all marked A, built in the power supply of
24V)
F : Built-in EMC filter
3-22
3.8 EMC Filter Disconnection
EMC filter may be disconnected:
Inverter drives with built-in EMC filter are not suitable for connection to certain type of
supply systems, such as listed below; in these cases the RFI filter can be disabled.
In all such cases consult your local electrical standards requirements.
IT type supply systems (ungrounded) & certain supply systems for medical
equipment.
For ungrounded supply systems If the filter is not disconnected the supply system
becomes connected to Earth through the Y capacitors on the filter circuit. This could
result in danger and damage to the Drive.
Disconnection steps:
1. Remove EMC filter protection cover by screwdriver.
2. Remove EMC line by pliers.
Note:- Disconnecting the EMC filter link will disable the filter function, please consult your local
EMC standards requirement..
①
②
3-23
Chapter4 Software Index
4.1 Keypad Description
4.1.1 Operator Panel Functions
Type
Item
Main digital displays
Digital
display &
LEDs
Variable
Resistor
LED Status
FREQ SET
Used to set the frequency
RUN
RUN: Run at the set frequency.
STOP/RESET
(Dual function keys)
STOP: Decelerate or Coast to Stop.
RESET: Use to Reset alarms or resettable faults.
Increment parameter number and preset values.
Decrement parameter number and preset values.
Switch between available displays
▲
Keys
On Keypad
Function
Frequency Display, Parameter, voltage, Current,
Temperature, Fault messages.
Hz/RPM: ON when the frequency or line speed is displayed.
OFF when the parameters are displayed.
FWD: ON while the inverter is running forward. Flashes
while stopped.
REV: ON while the inverter is running reverse. Flashes
while stopped.
FUN: ON when the parameters are displayed. OFF when
the frequency is displayed.
▼
MODE
</ENTER
(Dual function keys,
a short press for left
shift function, a long
press for ENTER
function)
“<” Left Shift:
Used while changing the parameters or parameter values
ENTER:
Used to display the preset value of parameters and for saving
the changed parameter values.
4-1
4.1.2 Digital display Description
Alpha numerical display format
LED
LED
Letter
Digit
Letter
LED
Symbol
LED
0
A
n
°
1
b
o
2
C
P
_
3
d
q
.
4
E
r
5
F
S
6
G
t
7
H
u
8
J
V
9
L
Y
Digital display indication formats
Actual output frequency
Digits are lit Continually
Set frequency
Preset digits flashing
Selected digit flashing
4-2
LED display examples
Display
Description
In stop mode shows the set frequency
In run mode shows the actual output frequency
Selected Parameter
Parameter Value
Output Voltage
Output Current in Amps
DC Bus voltage
Temperature
PID feedback value
Error display
Analogue Current / Voltage ACID / AVI . Range ( 0~1000)
LED Status description
LED Indicator light Status
Frequency / line
speed Indicator
Hz/RPM
Hz/RPM
Menu mode indicator
Fun
FUN
FWD indicator
REV indicator light
On
On while not displaying frequency or line speed
FWD
FWD
Flashing while
stopped in
Forward mode.
REV
REV
Flashing while
stopped in
Reverse mode
On while running
FWD
FWD
forward
REV
REV
On while running
reverse
4-3
4.1.3 Digital display set up
On power up digital display screens will be as shown below.
MODE
MODE
2sec later
parameter
frequency
Power supply
User selectable display formats:
12- 00
Display Mode
0
0
0
0
0
high
Low
Each of the above 5 digits can be set to any of the selections below from 0 to 7
Range
【0】:Disable display
【1】:output Current
【2】:output Voltage
【3】:DC voltage
【4】:Temperature
【5】:PID feedback
【6】:AVI
【7】:ACI
The highest bit of 12-00 sets the power on the display, other bits set the selected display from range
0-7.as Listed above.
Example1: Set parameter 12- 00=【10000】to obtain display format shown below.
MODE
2sec later
display:Power supply
Output Current
parameter
MODE
MODE
Set frequency
4-4
Example 2. Set parameter 2: 12- 00=【12345】 to obtain the display format shown below.
MODE
Temperature
<4>
PIDfeedback
<5>
MODE
MODE
MODE
MODE
2sec later
Output Current
<1>
Display: Power supply
DC voltage
<3>
Output Voltage
<2>
Parameter
MODE
MODE
Set Frequency
Increment/ Decrement key functions:
1.“▲”/ “▼” :
T1
Short time press
Long time press
T2
Quick pressing of these keys will Increment or Decrement the selected digit by one.
Extended pressing will Increment or Decrement the selected digit continuously.
2.“</ENT” Key functions :
“</ENT”
short press for left shift
function
“</ENT”
long press for ENT
function
T1
T2
Quick pressing of this key will display the preset value of the parameter selected.
Extended pressing of this key will save the altered value of the selected parameter.
4-5
4.1.4 Example of keypad operation
Example1: Modifying Parameters
Frequency
Short time press
MODE once
Short time press
</ENT twice
Short time press
</ENT once
Long time press
</ENT once
Short time
press ▲
once
Long time press
</ENT once
4-6
Short time
press ▲
once
Example2: Modifying the frequency from keypad in run and stop modes.
Modify
stopping
Modifyfrequency
frequency inisstopping
Modify
frequency
Modify
frequency is
in stopping
operating
Power Supply
Power
supply
Power
Powersupply
supply
2seclater
later
2sec
2seclater
later
2sec
Set
Setfrequency
frequency display
display
Set
display
Setfrequency
frequency display
Press
run
Press RUN
Short time press
Short time press
</ENT once
</ENT once
Actualfrequency
frequency
Actual
Short
time
press
Short time press
</ENTonce
once
</ENT
Modifybit<unit>
bit<unit>
Modify
Short
time
press
Short time press
</ENTonce
once
</ENT
Modify bit<ten>
Modify
bit<ten>
Short
Shorttime
timepress
press
</ENT
</ENTonce
once
Modifybit<unit>
bit<unit>
Modify
Short
time
press
Short time press
</ENTonce
once
</ENT
Modifybit<ten>
bit<ten>
Modify
Short
time
press
Short time press
</ENTonce
once
</ENT
Modify
Modify bit<hundred>
bit<hundred>
Shorttime
timepress
press
Short
▲onceonce
Without
pressing the
Without
button pressing
the
button </ENT,
</ENT,
After
After 5
5 seconds to
return
seconds to
return
Modify
Modify bit<hundred>
bit<hundred>
Short
time
press
Short
time
press
▲once once
▲
▲
Modify bit<hundred+1>
bit<hundred+1>
5 sec5sec
laterlater
or long Modify
long</ENT
time press
time or
press
once</ENT once
Modifybit<hundred+1>
bit<hundred+1>
Modify
Long
time
press
Long
time
press
</ENT
once
</ENT
once
Actual
Actual frequency
frequency
Note: frequency command setting will be limited to the range set by parameters for lower &
upper frequency.
4-7
4.1.5 Operation Control
Run
Stop
Power
on
REV
Stop
Actual
Output
frequency
FWD
Run
Stop
FWD
REV
FWD
LED
FWD
FWD
FWD
FWD
FWD
FWD
FWD
REV
LED
REV
REV
REV
REV
REV
REV
REV
4-8
4.2 Programmable Parameter Groups
Parameter Group No.
Description
Group 00
Basic parameters
Group 01
V/F Pattern selections & setup
Group 02
Motor parameters
Group 03
Multi function digital Inputs/Outputs
Group 04
Analog signal inputs/ Analog output
Group 05
Preset Frequency Selections.
Group 06
Auto Run(Auto Sequencer) function
Group 07
Start/Stop command setup
Group 08
Drive and motor Protection
Group 09
Communication function setup
Group 10
PID function setup
Group 11
Performance control functions
Group 12
Digital Display & Monitor functions
Group 13
Inspection & Maintenance function
*1
*2
*3
*4
Parameter notes for Parameter Groups
Parameter can be adjusted during running mode
Cannot be modified in communication mode
Does not change with factory reset
Read only
4-9
Group 00- The basic parameters group
No.
Description
00-00
00-01
Motor rotation
00-02
Main Run
Source Selection
00-03
Alternative Run
Source Selection
00-04
Operation modes for
external terminals
00-05
Main Frequency
Source Selection
00-06
Alternative Frequency
Source Selection
00-07
Main and Alternative
Frequency Command modes
00-08
00-09
00-10
00-11
00-12
00-13
00-14
00-15
00-16
00-17
00-18
00-19
00-20
Communication
Frequency Command
Frequency command
Save mode
(Communication mode)
Initial Frequency
Selection ( keypad mode)
Initial Frequency
Keypad mode
Frequency Upper Limit
Frequency Lower Limit
Acceleration Time 1
Deceleration Time 1
Acceleration Time 2
Deceleration Time 2
Jog Frequency
Jog Acceleration Time
Jog Deceleration Time
Range
Reserved
0:Forward
1:Reverse
0:Keypad
1:External Run/Stop Control
2:Communication
0:Keypad
1:External Run/Stop Control
2:Communication
0: Forward/Stop-Reverse/Stop
1: Run/Stop-Reverse/Forward
2: 3-Wire Control Mode-Run/Stop
0:Keypad
1:Potentiometer on Keypad
2:External AVI Analog Signal Input
3:External ACI Analog Signal Input
4:External Up/Down Frequency
Control
5:Communication setting Frequency
6:PID output frequency
0:Keypad
1:Potentiometer on Keypad
2:External AVI Analog Signal Input
3:External ACI Analog Signal Input
4:External Up/Down Frequency
Control
5:Communication setting Frequency
6:PID output frequency.
0: Main Or Alternative Frequency
1: Main frequency+Alternative
Frequency
Factory
Setting
Unit
Note
0
-
*1
0
-
0
-
0
-
0
-
4
-
0
-
0.00~650.00
0:Save the frequency before power
down
1:Save the communication frequency
0:by Current Frequency Command
1:by 0 Frequency Command
2:by 00-11
Hz
0
-
0
-
0.00~650.00
50.00/60.00
Hz
0.01~650.00
0.00~649.99
0.1~3600.0
0.1~3600.0
0.1~3600.0
0.1~3600.0
1.00~25.00
0.1~25.5
0.1~25.5
50.00/60.00
0.00
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
2.00
0.5
0.5
Hz
Hz
s
s
s
s
Hz
s
s
4-10
*4
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
Group 01- V/F Pattern selection & Setup
No.
Description
Range
01-00
Volts/Hz Patterns
01-01
V/F Max voltage
01-02
01-03
01-04
01-05
01-06
01-07
01-08
01-09
Max Frequency
Max Frequency Voltage Ratio
Mid Frequency 2
Mid Frequency Voltage Ratio 2
Mid Frequency 1
Mid Frequency Voltage Ratio 1
Min Frequency
Min Frequency Voltage Ratio
Volts/Hz Curve Modification
(Torque Boost)
V/F start Frequency
01-10
01-11
1~7
200V:198.0~256.0
400V:323.0~528.0
0.20 ~ 650.00
0.0 ~ 100.0
0.10 ~ 650.00
0.0 ~ 100.0
0.10 ~ 650.00
0.0 ~ 100.0
0.10 ~ 650.00
0.0 ~ 100.0
Factory
Setting
1/4
Unit
Note
-
220.0/440.0
Vac
50.00/60.00
100.0
25.00/30.00
50.0
10.00/12.00
20.0
0.50/0.60
1.0
Hz
%
Hz
%
Hz
%
Hz
%
0 ~ 10.0
0.0
%
0.00~10.00
0.00
Hz
*1
Group 02- Motor parameters
No.
Description
02-00
Motor No Load Current
Motor Rated Current
(OL1)
Motor rated Slip
Compensation
Motor Rated Speed
Motor Rated Voltage
02-01
02-02
02-03
02-04
Range
Factory
Setting
----
Unit
Note
A
*3
A
---0.0 ~ 100.0
0.0
-------
4-11
%
*1
Rpm
Vac
*4
Group 03-
Multi function Digital Inputs/Outputs
No.
Description
Range
03-00
Multifunction Input Term. S1
03-01
Multifunction Input Term. S2
03-02
03-03
Multifunction Input Term. S3
Multifunction Input Term. S4
03-04
Multifunction Input Term. S5
03-05
03-06
Up/Down frequency band
03-07
Up/Down Frequency modes
03-08
S1~S5 scan confirmation
03-09
S1~ S5 switch type select
03-10
03-11
Output Relay(RY1)
0:Forward/Stop Command or Run /Stop
1:Reverse/Stop Command Or
REV/FWD
2:Preset Speed 1 (5-02)
3:Preset Speed 2 (5-03)
4:Preset Speed 4 (5-05)
6:Jog Forward Command
7:Jog Reverse Command
8:Up Command
9:Down Command
10:Acc/Dec 2
11:Acc/Dec Disabled
12:Main/Alternative Run Command
select
13:Main/Alternative Frequency
Command select
14:Rapid Stop ( Decel to stop)
15:Base Block
16:Disable PID Function
17:Reset
18:Auto Run Mode enable
Reserved
0.00~5.00
0:When Up/Down is used, the preset
frequency is held as the inverter stops,
and the UP/Down function is disabled.
1:When Up/Down is used, the preset
frequency is reset to 0 Hz as the
inverter stops.
2:When Up/Down is used, the preset
frequency is held as the inverter stops,
and the UP/Down is available.
1~400. Number of Scan cycles
xxxx0:S1 NO xxxx1:S1 NC
xxx0x:S2 NO xxx1x:S2 NC
xx0xx:S3 NO xx1xx:S3 NC
x0xxx:S4 NO x1xxx:S4 NC
0xxxx:S5 NO 1xxxx:S5 NC
Reserved
0:Run
1:Fault
2:Setting Frequency Agree
3:Frequency Agree (3-13±3-14)
4:Output Frequency Detection1(> 3-13)
5:Output Frequency Detection2(< 3-13)
6:Auto-Restart
7:Momentary AC Power Loss
8:Rapid Stop
9:Base Block
10:Motor Overload Protection(OL1)
11:Drive Overload Protection(OL2)
12:Reserved
13:Output Current Agree
4-12
Factory
Setting
0
Unit
-
1
8
9
-
17
-
0.00
Hz
0
-
20
1ms
00000
-
0
-
Note
14:Brake Control
Reserved
03-12
03-13
03-14
03-15
03-16
03-17
03-18
03-19
Output frequency detection
level (Hz)
Frequency Detection band
Output Current Agree
Setting
Current Agree Delay Time
External Brake Release
level
External Brake Engage
Level
Relay Output function type
0.00~650.00
0.00
Hz
*1
0.00~30.00
2.00
Hz
*1
0.1~15.0
0.1
A
0.1~10.0
0.1
s
0.00~20.00
0.00
Hz
0.00~20.00
0.00
Hz
0
-
0:A (Normally open)
1:B (Normally close)
※ “NO” indicates normally open, “NC” indicates normally closed.
Group 04- Analog signal inputs/ Analogue output functions
No.
04-00
04-01
04-02
04-03
04-04
04-05
04-06
04-07
04-08
04-09
04-10
04-11
04-12
04-13
Factory
Setting
Unit
0
-
1~400
100
1ms
0 ~ 1000
0 ~ 100
0: Positive
0: Positive
100
0
0
0
%
%
-
1~400
100
1ms
0 ~ 1000
0 ~ 100
0: Positive
0: Positive
100
0
0
0
%
%
-
*1
*1
*1
*1
0
-
*1
0 ~ 1000
100
%
*1
0 ~ 1000
0
%
*1
0
-
*1
0
-
*1
Description
AVI/ACI analog Input
signal type select
AVI Signal Verification
Scan rate
AVI Gain
AVI Bias
AVI Bias Selection
AVI Slope
ACI Signal Verification
Scan rate
ACI Gain
ACIBias
ACI Bias Selection
ACI Slope
Analog Output
mode(AO)
Analog Output AO Gain
(%)
Analog Output AO Bias
(%)
04-14
AO Bias Selection
04-15
AO Slope
Range
AVI
0:0~10V
1:0~10V
2:2~10V
3:2~10V
ACI
0~20mA
4~20mA
0~20mA
4~20mA
1: Negative
1: Negative
1: Negative
1: Negative
0: Output Frequency
1: Frequency Command
2: Output Voltage
3: DC Bus Voltage
4: Motor Current
0: Positive
1: Negative
0: Positive
1: Negative
4-13
Note
*1
*1
*1
*1
Group 05- Preset Frequency Selections.
No.
05-00
05-01
05-02
05-03
05-04
05-05
05-06
05-07
05-08
05-09
~
05-16
05-17
05-18
05-19
05-20
05-21
05-22
05-23
05-24
05-25
05-26
05-27
05-28
05-29
05-30
05-31
05-32
Range
Factory
Setting
Unit
0: Common Accel/Decel
Accel/Decel 1 or 2 apply to all speeds
1: Individual Accel/Decel Accel/ Decel
0-7 apply to the selected preset
speeds (Acc0/Dec0~ Acc7/Dec7)
0
-
5.00
Hz
5.00
10.00
20.00
30.00
40.00
50.00
50.00
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
Description
Preset Speed Control
mode Selection
Preset Speed 0
(Keypad Freq)
Preset Speed1
Preset Speed2
Preset Speed3
Preset Speed4
Preset Speed5
Preset Speed6
Preset Speed7
(Hz)
(Hz)
(Hz)
(Hz)
(Hz)
(Hz)
(Hz)
0.00 ~ 650.00
Note
Reserved
Preset Speed0-Acctime
Preset Speed0-Dectime
Preset Speed1-Acctime
Preset Speed1-Dectime
Preset Speed2-Acctime
Preset Speed2-Dectime
Preset Speed3-Acctime
Preset Speed3-Dectime
Preset Speed4-Acctime
Preset Speed4-Dectime
Preset Speed5-Acctime
Preset Speed5-Dectime
Preset Speed6-Acctime
Preset Speed6-Dectime
Preset Speed7-Acctime
Preset Speed7-Dectime
0.1 ~ 3600.0
4-14
Group 06- Auto Run(Auto Sequencer) function
No.
06-00
06-01
06-02
06-03
06-04
06-05
06-06
06-07
Description
Range
Factory
Setting
Unit
Auto Run
(sequencer)
mode selection
0: Disabled.
1: Single cycle.
(Continues to run from the Unfinished
step if restarted).
2: Periodic cycle.
(Continues to run from the unfinished
step if restarted).
3: Single cycle, then holds the speed Of
final step to run.
(Continues to run from the unfinished
step if restarted).
4: Single cycle.
(Starts a new cycle if restarted).
5: Periodic cycle.
(Starts a new cycle if restarted).
6: Single cycle, then hold the speed of
final step to run
(Starts a new cycle if restarted).
0
-
0.00
Hz
*1
0.00
Hz
*1
0.00
Hz
*1
0.00
Hz
*1
0.00
Hz
*1
0.00
Hz
*1
0.00
Hz
*1
0.0
s
0.0
s
0.0
s
0.0
s
0.0
s
0.0
s
0.0
s
0.0
s
0
-
0
-
Auto _ Run Mode
frequency command 1
Auto _ Run Mode
frequency command 2
Auto _ Run Mode
frequency command 3
Auto _ Run Mode
frequency command 4
Auto _ Run Mode
frequency command 5
Auto _ Run Mode
frequency command 6
Auto _ Run Mode
frequency command 7
0.00~650.00
06-08
~
06-15
06-16
06-17
06-18
06-19
06-20
06-21
06-22
06-23
Reserved
Auto_ Run Mode
running time setting 0
Auto_ Run Mode
running time setting 1
Auto_ Run Mode
running time setting 2
Auto_ Run Mode
running time setting 3
Auto_ Run Mode
running time setting 4
Auto_ Run Mode
running time setting 5
Auto_ Run Mode
running time setting 6
Auto_ Run Mode
running time setting 7
0.0 ~ 3600.0
06-24
~
06-31
06-32
06-33
Reserved
Auto_ Run Mode
running direction 0
Auto_ Run Mode
running direction 1
0: Stop
1: Forward
2: Reverse
4-15
Note
06-34
06-35
06-36
06-37
06-38
06-39
Auto_ Run Mode
running direction 2
Auto_ Run Mode
running direction 3
Auto_ Run Mode
running direction 4
Auto_ Run Mode
running direction 5
Auto_ Run Mode
running direction 6
Auto_ Run Mode
running direction 7
0
-
0
-
0
-
0
-
0
-
0
-
Group 07- Start/Stop command setup
No.
07-00
07-01
07-02
07-03
07-04
07-05
07-06
07-07
07-08
07-09
Range
Factory
Setting
Unit
0: Momentary Power Loss and Restart disable
1: Momentary power loss and restart enable
0
s
0.0
s
0
-
0
-
Description
Momentary Power
Loss and Restart
Auto Restart Delay
Time
Number of Auto
Restart Attempts
Reset Mode Setting
Direct Running After
Power Up
Delay-ON Timer
DC Injection Brake
Start Frequency
(Hz) In Stop mode
DC Injection Brake
Level (%) In stop
mode
DC Injection Brake
Time (Seconds)
In stop mode
Stopping Method
0.0~800.0
0~10
0: Enable Reset Only when Run Command is
Off
1: Enable Reset when Run Command is On or
Off
0: Enable Direct run on power up
1: Disable Direct run on power up
1.0~300.0
1
-
1.0
s
0.10 ~ 10.00
1.5
Hz
5
%
0.5
s
0 ~20
0.0 ~ 25.5
0: Deceleration to stop
1: Coast to stop
4-16
0
Note
Group 08No.
08-00
08-01
08-02
08-03
08-04
Drive & Motor Protection functions
Description
Range
Factory
Setting
Unit
Trip Prevention Selection
xxxx0: Enable Trip Prevention During
Acceleration
xxxx1: Disable Trip Prevention During
Acceleration
xxx0x: Enable Trip Prevention During
Deceleration
xxx1x: Disable Trip Prevention During
Deceleration
xx0xx: Enable Trip Prevention in Run
Mode
xx1xx: Disable Trip Prevention in Run
Mode
x0xxx: Enable over voltage Prevention
in Run Mode
x1xxx: Disable over voltage Prevention
in Run Mode
00000
-
Trip Prevention Level
During Acceleration (%)
Trip Prevention Level
During Deceleration (%)
Trip Prevention Level In
Run Mode (%)
over voltage Prevention
Level in Run Mode
08-05
Electronic Motor
Overload Protection
Operation Mode
08-06
Operation After
Overload Protection is
Activated
08-07
Over heat Protection
(cooling fan control)
08-08
AVR Function
(Auto Voltage
Regulation)
08-09
Input phase lost
protection
50 ~ 200
200
50 ~ 200
200
50 ~ 200
200
Inverter
Rated
Current
100%
350~390
380
VDC
1
-
0
-
1
-
4
-
0
-
0: Enable Electronic Motor Overload
Protection
1: Disable Electronic Motor Overload
Protection
0: Coast-to-Stop After Overload
Protection is Activated
1: Drive Will Not Trip when Overload
Protection is Activated (OL1)
0: Auto (Depends on temp.)
1: Operate while in RUN mode
2: Always Run
3: Disabled
0: AVR function enable
1: AVR function Disable
2: AVR function disable for stop
3: AVR function disable for deceleration
4: AVR function disable for stop and
deceleration.
5: When VDC>(360V/740V), AVR
function disable for stop and
deceleration.
0: Disabled
1: Enabled
4-17
Note
Group 09- Communication function setup
No.
09-00
09-01
Assigned
Communication
Station Number
RTU code /ASCII
code select
09-02
Baud Rate Setting
(bps)
09-03
Stop Bit Selection
09-04
Parity Selection
09-05
09-06
09-07
09-08
09-09
Factory
Setting
Unit
Note
1
-
*2*3
0
-
*2*3
2
bps
*2*3
0
-
*2*3
0
-
*2*3
0
-
*2*3
0.0
s
0:Deceleration to stop
(00-15: Deceleration time 1)
1:Coast to stop
2: Deceleration to stop
(00-17: Deceleration time 2)
3: continue operating
0
-
1 ~ 20
3
5 ~ 65
5
Description
Data Format
Selection
Communication
time-out detection
time
Communication
time-out operation
selection
Error 6 verification
time.
Drive Transmit
delay Time(ms)
Range
1 ~ 32
0:RTU code
1:ASCII code
0:4800
1:9600
2:19200
3:38400
0:1 Stop Bit
1:2 Stop Bits
0:Without Parity
1:With Even Parity
2:With Odd Parity
0: 8-Bits Data
1: 7-Bits Data
0.0 ~ 25.5
4-18
ms
Group10- PID function Setup
Range
Factory
Setting
Unit
Note
PID target value selection
(when 00-03\00-04=6
,this function is enabled)
0:Potentiometer on Keypad
1: Analog Signal Input. (AVI)
2: Analog Signal Input. (ACI)
3: Frequency set by communication
4: KeyPad Frequency parameter
10-02
1
-
*1
10-01
PID feedback value selection
0:Potentiometer on Keypad
1: Analog Signal Input. (AVI)
2: Analog Signal Input. (ACI)
3: Frequency set by communication
2
-
*1
10-02
PID Target (keypad input)
50.0
%
*1
10-03
PID Mode Selection
0
-
10-04
10-05
10-06
10-07
Feedback Gain Coefficient
Proportional Gain
Integral Time
Derivative Time
1.00
1.0
10.0
0.00
%
%
s
s
*1
*1
*1
*1
10-08
PID Offset
0
-
*1
10-09
10-10
PID Offset Adjust
PID Output Lag Filter Time
0
0.0
%
s
*1
*1
10-11
Feedback Loss Detection
Mode
0
-
0
%
0.0 ~25.5
1.0
s
0 ~ 109
100
%
0:Disabled
1: 1 Second
30: 30 Seconds (0 ~ 30)
0
-
0 ~ 100
0
-
0.00~650.00
0.00
Hz
0.0 ~25.5
0.0
s
0.00 ~ 650.00
0.00
Hz
0.0 ~ 25.5
0.0
s
0 ~999
0 ~999
100
0
-
No.
10-00
10-12
10-13
10-14
10-15
10-16
10-17
10-18
10-19
10-20
10-21
10-22
Description
Feedback Loss Detection
Level
Feedback Loss Detection
Delay Time
Integration Limit Value
Integral Value Resets to Zero
when Feedback Signal Equals
the Target Value
Allowable Integration Error
Margin (units)(1unit = 1/8192)
PID Sleep Frequency Level
PID Sleep Function Delay
Time
PID Wake up frequency Level
PID Wake up function Delay
Time
Max PID Feedback Setting
Min PID Feedback Setting
0.0~100.0
0:Disabled
1: Deviation D Control.
FWD Characteristic.
2: Feedback D Control
FWD Characteristic.
3: Deviation D Control
Reverse Characteristic.
4: Feedback D Control
Reverse Characteristic.
0.00 ~ 10.00
0.0 ~ 10.0
0.0 ~ 100.0
0.00 ~ 10.00
0: Positive
1: Negative
0 ~ 109
0.0 ~ 2.5
0: Disabled
1: Enabled - Drive Continues to
Operate After Feedback Loss
2: Enabled - Drive "STOPS"
After Feedback Loss
0 ~ 100
4-19
*1
*1
*1
Group11- Performance Control functions
No.
Description
11-00
Reverse operation control
11-01
Carrier Frequency (kHz)
11-02
Carrier mode Selection
11-03
11-04
11-05
11-06
11-07
11-08
11-09
11-10
11-11
Carrier Frequency
Reduction by temperature
rise
S-Curve Acc 1
S-Curve Acc 2
S-Curve Dec 3
S-Curve Dec 4
Skip Frequency 1
Skip Frequency 2
Skip Frequency 3
Skip Frequency
Bandwidth (±)
Factory
Setting
unit
0
-
5
KHz
0
-
0
-
0.0 ~ 4.0
0.0 ~ 4.0
0.0 ~ 4.0
0.0 ~ 4.0
0.00 ~ 650.00
0.00 ~ 650.00
0.00 ~ 650.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
s
s
s
s
Hz
Hz
Hz
*1
*1
*1
0.00 ~ 30.00
0.00
Hz
*1
Factory
Setting
Unit
Note
00000
-
*1
0
-
*1
0
-
*1
1500/1800
RPM
*1
0
-
*1
Range
0: Reverse command is enabled
1: Reverse command is disabled
1~16
0: Mode0, 3phase PWM modulation
1: Mode1, 2phase PWM modulation
2: Mode2, 2phase random PWM
modulation
0:disabled
1:enabled
Note
Group12 Digital Display & Monitor functions
No.
Description
Range
00000 ~77777.
Each digit can be set to 0 to 7
0: Default display
(frequency&parameters)
1:Output Current
2:Output Voltage
3:DC voltage
4:Temperature
5:PID feedback
6:Analog Signal Input. (AVI)
7:Analog Signal Input. (ACI)
0: Integer (xxx)
1:One decimal Place (xx.x)
2:Two Decimal Places (x.xx)
0:xxx-1:xxxpb (pressure)
2:xxxfl (flow)
12-00
Extended Display Mode
12-01
PID Feedback Display
format
12-02
PID Feedback Display
Unit Setting
12-03
Custom Units (Line
Speed) Value
0~65535
Custom Units (Line
Speed) Display Mode
0:Drive Output Frequency is Displayed
1:Line Speed. Integer.(xxxxx)
2:Line Speed..One Decimal Place
(xxxx.x)
3:Line Speed.Two Decimal Places
(xxx.xx)
4:Line Speed.Three Decimal Places
(xx.xxx)
12-04
4-20
Group12 Digital Display & Monitor functions
No.
Factory
Setting
Unit
Note
-----
-
*4
Factory
Setting
unit
Note
----
-
-
*3
----
-
-
*3*4
----
-
-
*3*4
0~23
-
hour
*3
----
day
*3
0
-
*3
0
-
00000
-
00000
-
Description
Range
S1
12-05
S2 S3
S4 S5
Inputs and output
Logic status display
( S1 to S5) & RY1
RY1
Group 13 Inspection & Maintenance functions
No.
13-00
13-01
13-02
13-03
13-04
Description
Drive Horsepower
Code
Software Version
Fault Log
(Last 3 Faults)
Accumulated Operation
Time1 1
Accumulated Operation
Time1 2
13-05
Accumulated Operation
Time Mode
13-06
Parameter Lock
13-07
Parameter Lock Code
13-08
Reset Drive to Factory
Settings
Range
0~65535
0:Time Under Power
1:Run Mode Time Only
0: Enable all Functions
1: Preset speeds 05-01~05-08 cannot
be changed
2: All Functions cannot be changed
Except for Preset speeds
05-01~05-08
3: Disable All Function
00000~65535
1150: Reset to factory setting. 50Hz
system.
1160: Reset to factory setting. 60Hz
system.
4-21
4.3 Parameter Function Description
00- Basic parameter group
00- 01
Motor Direction Control
【0】: Forward
Range
【1】: Reverse
¾ 00 - 01 Is valid in key pad mode only.
※Note: When Reverse function is disabled by parameter 11- 00=1 setting 00-01 to 1 .” LOC” will be
displayed
00- 02
Main Run Command Source selection
00- 03
Alternative Run Command Source selection
【0】: Keypad
Range
【1】: External Run/Stop Control
【2】: Communication
Parameter 00 - 02/00- 03 sets the inverter operation command source. For switching between
00-02 and 00-03, use any of the external inputs S1 to S5 and set the relevant parameters
(03-00~03-04) to [12]. refer to parameter group3.
00- 04
Operation modes for external terminals
【0】: Forward/stop-reverse/stop
Range
【1】: Run/stop-forward/reverse
【2】: 3-wire control mode -run/stop
¾ 00-04 Is valid when Run command is set to External mode by 00- 02/00- 03 =1.
2-wire operation mode:
Set 00-04=【0/1】first, before setting (03-00,03-04) to[0] or [1]
00-04= 【0】Set external terminals (03-00 to 03-04) function to 0 for FWD/Stop or Set to 1 for
REV/Stop.
00-04= 【1】Set external terminals (03-00 to 03-04) function to 0 for Run/Stop or Set to 1 for
FWD/REV.
3-wire operation mode:
00-04 =【2】Terminals S1, S2, S3 are used in a combination to enable 3 wire run/stop mode.
Settings for 03-00, 03-01, 03–02 will not be effective. (refer to Group 03)
¾
00- 05
00- 06
Main Frequency Command Source Selection
Alternative Frequency Command Source Selection
【0】:UP/DOWN of Keypad
【1】:Potentiometer on Keypad
【2】:External AVI Analog Signal Input
Range
【3】:External ACI Analog Signal Input
【4】:External Up/Down Frequency Control
【5】:Communication setting Frequency
【6】:PID Output frequency
¾ When 00-06 =[6], frequency command source is output of the PID.
00- 07
Main and Alternative Frequency Command Modes
【0】:Main Or Alternative Frequency.
Range
【1】:Main frequency + Alternative Frequency
¾ When 00-07=【0】, the frequency source is set by the Main frequency parameter 00-05 (Default)
or by the Alternative frequency parameter 00-06.
Use any of the external terminals S1 to S5 and set the relevant parameter 03-00 to 03-04 =【13】to
switch from main to Alternative source.
¾ When 00 - 07 =【1】The Frequency command will be the result of setting of Main & alternative
frequencies.
4-22
00- 08
Communication Frequency Command
【0.00~650.00】Hz
This parameter can be used to set frequency command
This parameter can be used to read the set frequency in communication mode
This parameter is only effective in the communication mode.
Range
¾
¾
¾
00- 09
Frequency Command save on power down (Communication mode)
【0】:disable
Range
【1】:enable
¾ 00-09=【0】 Keypad frequency is saved.
¾ 00-09=【1】 Frequency set by communication is saved.
00-10
Initial Frequency Selection
【0】:By Current Freq Command
Range
【1】:By Zero Freq Command
【2】:By 00-11
00-11
Initial Frequency Setpoint
Range
¾
¾
¾
¾
【0.00~650.00】Hz
This parameter is only effective in keypad mode..
When 00-10=【0】,the initial frequency will be current frequency.
When 00-10=【1】,the initial frequency will be 0.
When 00-10=【2】,the initial frequency will be as set by parameter 00-11.
00-12
Frequency Upper limit
Range
00-13
【0.01~650.00】Hz
Frequency Lower limit
【0.00~649.99】Hz
When 00-13 and the command frequency are both set to 0.00, if RUN is pressed ” Stpo” is
displayed.
When Frequency command is > than preset in 00-13 inverter output will ramp up from 0.00 to the
command frequency.
When 00-13> 0, and the frequency command value ≤ 00-13, inverter output will ramp up from
preset in lower limit to the command frequency.
Range
¾
¾
¾
Hz
Frequency upper limit
Frequency Lower limit
T
0
4-23
00-14
Acceleration time 1
Range
00-15
【0.1~3600.0】 s
Deceleration time 1
Range
00-16
【0.1~3600.0】s
Acceleration time 2
Range
00-17
【0.1~3600.0】s
Deceleration time 2
【0.1~3600.0】s
Range
¾ Preset Acceleration and Deceleration times by above parameters are the time taken for the
output frequency to ramp up or ramp down between the Upper and the lower frequency limits.
¾
Actual acceleration and deceleration time is calculated as follows:
Hz
Maximum output Frequency
Set frequency
The minimum starting
frequency
0
T
Actual acc-time
Acc-time 00-14
Actual dec-time
Dec-time 00-15
Jog Frequency
【1.00~25.00】Hz
00-19
Jog Acceleration Time
Range
【0.1~3600.0】s
00-20
Jog Deceleration Time
Range
【0.1~3600.0】s
¾ The JOG function is operational by using the multi-function input terminals S1 to S5 and setting
the relevant parameters 03-00~03-04 to 【6】JOG FWD or【7】JOG REV. Refer to parameter
group 3.
00-18
Range
4-24
01-V/F command group
Volts/Hz Patterns (V/F)
【1~7】
Range
¾ Set 01-00 to one of the following preset V/f selections 【1~6】according to the required
application.
¾ Parameters 01-02~01-09 are not applicable.
¾ Six fixed V/f patterns are shown below.【1~3】for 50 Hz systems and 【4~6】for 60 Hz.
01- 00
Function
TYPE
50Hz
01-00
60Hz
V/F pattern
01-00
(V)%
(V)%
100
General Use
100
=【1】
=【4】
B
C
B
C
2.5
50
650
Hz
1
(V)%
(V)%
100
100
=【5】
B
C
3.0
50
650 Hz
B
C
1 2.5
50
650
1
Hz
(V)%
(V)%
100
100
3.0
50
650 Hz
Decreasing torque
High start torque
1
=【2】
V/F pattern
=【3】
¾
(V) 100% is the maximum output voltage. B, C point preset % settings will be as table below:-
¾
=【6】
B
B
C
C
1
25
50
650
Hz
1
01- 00
1/4
B(Xb)
C(Xc)
10%
8%
2/5
15%
10.5%
3/6
25%
7.7%
30
50
650
Hz
Setting 01-00 =[7] provides a flexible V/F curve which can be selected by experienced users by
setting parameters (01-02~01-09).
4-25
01- 01
Range
01- 02
v/f Maximum voltage
200:【198.0~256.0】V
400:【323.0~528.0】V
Maximum Frequency
Range
01- 03
【0.20 ~ 650.00】Hz
Maximum Frequency Voltage Ratio
Range
01- 04
【0.0 ~ 100.0】%
Medium Frequency 2
Range
01- 05
【0.10 ~ 650.00】Hz
Medium Frequency Voltage Ratio 2
Range
01- 06
【0.0 ~ 100.0】%
Medium Frequency 1
Range
01- 07
【0.10 ~ 650.00】Hz
Medium Frequency Voltage Ratio 1
Range
01- 08
【0.0 ~ 100.0】%
Minimum Frequency
Range
01- 09
【0.10 ~ 650.00】Hz
Minimum Frequency Voltage Ratio
Range
【0.0 ~ 100.0】%
¾ Max output frequency depends on parameter 01-00 , for 01-00=【7】It can be set by parameter
01-02.
¾ For 01-00 ≠【7】, the maximum output frequency will depending on parameter 00-12, frequency
upper limit.
(V)%
01-03 (Vmax)
01-05 (Vmid2)
01-07 (Vmid1)
01-09 (Vmin)
01-08
01-10
01-06 01-04
01-02 650.00
Hz
Volts/Hz Curve Modification (Torque Boost)
Range
【0 ~ 10.0】%
Inverter output V / F curve settings for points B, C can be adjusted by parameter 01-10 to
improve the output torque.
¾ Calculation of B, C point voltage: B point voltage = Xb × maximum output voltage, C point
voltage = Xc × maximum output voltage (Xb, Xc see Page 4-26). When 01-10 = 0, the torque
improvement is disabled.
¾
(V)%
100
01-10
B
C
1
2.5/3.0
4-26
50/60
Hz
01-11
V/F start Frequency
Range
【0.00 ~10.00】Hz
02- Motor parameter group
¾
02- 00
Motor no load current
Range
02- 01
---Motor Rated Current
Range
02- 02
---Motor rated Slip Compensation
Range
02- 03
【0.0 ~ 100.0】(%)
Motor Rated Speed
Range
02- 04
---Motor Rated Voltage
Range
----
When the load causes the actual motor speed to be reduced below the speed set by inverter
output frequency (Slip) , parameter 02-02 Slip compensation can be used to correct the
speed.
Motor slip = Motor synchronous speed- Motor Rated Speed
※Note: 02- 00/02- 01 differs with the inverter capacities (13- 00),It should be regulated according
to actual conditions.
03- External digital inputs & Realy Output functions
03- 00
03- 01
03- 02
03- 03
03- 04
Multifunction Input Term. S1
Multifunction Input Term. S2
Multifunction Input Term. S3
Multifunction Input Term. S4
Multifunction Input Term. S5
Range
【0】:Forward/Stop Command-------------------(Parameters 00- 02/00-03=1 & 00-04)
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【1】:Reverse/Stop Command---------------------(Parameters 00-02/00-03=1 & 00-04)
【2】:Preset Speed 1 (5- 02)--------------------- (Parameter Group5)
【3】:Preset Speed 2 (5- 03)----------------------(Parameter Group5)
【4】:Preset Speed 4 (5- 05) ---------------------(Parameter Group5)
【6】:JOG Forward Command-------------------(Parameters 00-18~00-20)
【7】:JOG Reverse Command------------------ (Parameters 00-18~00-20)
【8】:Up Command------------------------------- (Parameters 00- 05/00- 06=4& 03-06/03-07)
【9】:Down Command--------------------------- (Parameters 00- 05/00- 06=4& 03-06/03-07)
【10】: 2nd Acc/Dec times
【11】: Disable Acc/Dec
【12】: Main/ Alternative run source Select-----------------(Parameters 00- 02/00- 03)
【13】: Main/Alternative Frequency Command Select----(Parameters 00- 05/00- 06)
【14】: Rapid Stop (controlled deceleration stop)
【15】: Base Block (Coast to stop)
【16】: Disable PID Function.----------------------------------(Parameter Goup10)
【17】: Reset
【18】: Enable Auto Run Mode--------------------------------(Parameter Group 6)
Various example settings and descriptions for Parameters 03-00 to 03-04 are noted in the
following pages seconds from 1 to 13.
1) For setting parameters 03- 00~03- 04 to【0, 1】External Run/Stop Control, refer to 00- 04.
2-wire method. Mode 1.
Example: FWD/STOP and REV/STOP from two inputs ( S1&S2)
Set 00- 04=【0】, S1: 03- 00=【0】(FWD/STOP) , S2: 03- 01=【1】(REV/STOP);
S1 (FWD/STOP)
S2 (REV/STOP)
COM
L 510
Hz
FWD
T
REV
S1
S2
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
※ Note: If both forward and reverse commands are ON, it will be treated as a STOP.
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2-wire method. Mode 2.
Example: RUN/STOP and REV/FWD from two inputs ( S1&S2)
Set 00- 04=【1】; S1: 03- 00=【0】(RUN/STOP); S2:03- 01=【1】(REV/FWD);
S1(RUN /STOP)
S2(REV/FWD)
COM
L 510
Hz
FWD
T
REV
S1
ON
S2
OFF
OFF
ON
3-wire method.
Example:- Two separate push buttons for RUN & STOP and a two position switch for
FWD/ REV
Set 00- 04 =2.( 3 wire control mode), then terminals S1, S2 and S3 are dedicated to this function and
Preset selections for parameters 03-00, 03-01 and 03-02.are not relevant.
S1(RUN)
S2(STOP)
S3(FWD/REV)
COM
L510
Hz
FWD
REV
S1
ON
ON
S2
ON
S3
OFF
OFF
ON
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T
2) Parameters 03- 00~03- 04=【2, 3, 4】Preset speed selections.
Combination of any three terminals from S1~ S5 can be used to select preset speeds 0 to 7
according to the table below.
Preset speed 0-7 and the related acceleration/decelerating times should be set in parameter group 5.
For example timing diagram refer to Group 5 description.
Preset
speed
speed 0
speed 1
speed 2
speed 3
speed 4
speed 5
speed 6
speed 7
Function setting and state of any
three (A,B,C) of terminal S1~S5
terminal A=2
terminal B =3
terminal C =4
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
Frequency
Acc-time
Dec-time
05- 01
05- 02
05- 03
05- 04
05- 05
05- 06
05- 07
05- 17
05- 19
05- 21
05- 23
05- 25
05- 27
05- 29
05-18
05-20
05-22
05-24
05-26
05-28
05-30
05- 08
05- 31
05-32
3) 03- 00~03- 04=【6 ,7】Forward/ Reverse JOG
When an input terminal is set to function【6】and is turned on, inverter will work in jog forward mode.
When an input terminal is set to function【7】and is turned on, inverter will work in jog reverse mode.
Note: If jog forward and jog reverse function is enabled at the same time, inverter will enter stop
mode.
4) 03- 00~03- 04=【8, 9】UP/DOWN
When an input terminal is set to function【8】and is turned on ,frequency command is increased
according to the UP/DOWN , increment/decrement step set in parameter 03-06.
If the input is kept on continuously, the frequency command increases accordingly until the upper
frequency limit is reached.
When an input terminal is set to function【9】and is turned on , frequency command decreases
according to the UP/DOWN increment/decrement step set in parameter 03-06.
If the input is kept on continuously, the frequency command decreases accordingly and in relation to
settings for parameter 03-06 and 3-07 until Zero speed is reached.
Refer to group 3 parameter description.
5) 03- 00~03- 04=【10】 2nd Acc/Dec time
When an input terminal is set to function【10】and is turned on ,the actual acceleration and
deceleration time will be according to the time for 2nd Accel/Decel set in parameters 00-16 and 00-17.
if the input is turned off, the acceleration and deceleration times will be according to the default
accel/decal 1 set in parameters 00-14 & 00-15.
6) 03- 00~03- 04=【11】 Disable Acc/Dec function
When an input terminal is set to function【11】and is turned on, acceleration and deceleration function
will be disabled and the frequency at the time is maintained. (constant speed mode)
If the input is turned off, acceleration and deceleration function is enabled again.
For an example see the following diagram.
Accel/Decel & Enable/Disable timing diagram using terminal S1 and parameter 03-00 = 11.
4-30
Hz
T
RUN Command
S1
STOP
RUN
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
7) 03- 00~03- 04=【12】Main/ Alternative run source select.
When an input terminal is set to function【12】and is turned on, the run command source is according
to parameter 00-03(Alternative Run source).If the Input is off it will be according to 00-02 ( Main run
source).
8) 03- 00~03- 04=【13】Main/ Alternative Frequency source Select
When an input terminal is set to function【13】and is turned on, the frequency source is according to
parameter 00-06(Alternative Frequency source).If the Input is off it will be according to 00-05 ( Main
Frequency source).
9) 03- 00~03- 04=【14】 Rapid Stop (controlled deceleration stop)
When an input terminal is set to function【14】and is turned on , inverter decelerates to stop.
10) 03- 00~03- 04=【15】Base Block (Coast to stop)
When an input terminal is set to function【15】and is turned on, inverter output is turned off.
11) 03- 00~03- 04=【16】Disable PID Function.
When an input terminal is set to function【16】and is turned on, PID functions is disabled, if it is turned
off , PID function is enabled again.
12) 03- 00~03- 04=【17】Reset
When a failure that can be manually reset occurs, turn on a terminal with function 【17】, the failure
will be reset. (Same function as the Reset button on keypad).
13) 03- 00~03- 04=【18】Auto _ Run Mode
When an input terminal is set to function【18】, the programmable auto- sequencer function is enabled,
Refer to description of parameter group 6.
03- 06
Up/Down frequency step
【0.00~5.00】Hz
Range
Example:S1:03- 00=【8】Up frequency command, S2:03- 01=【9】Down frequency command,
03- 06=【△】Hz
Mode1:If UP or DOWN input terminals are turned on for less than 2 seconds, for every On operation
frequency changes by △ Hz.
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Hz
Actual output
frequency
△Hz
△Hz
T
S1
ON
ON
ON
ON
S2
ON
ON
Mode 2:If UP or DOWN input terminals are turned on for more than 2Seconds, the original
UP/DOWN mode is restored Output frequency Ramps up or down as long as the input is
kept ON.
As shown in the diagram below.
Hz
>2Sec
S1
S2
ON
ON
>2Sec
T
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
03- 07
Up/Down keep Frequency status after a stop command
【0】: After a stop command in Up/Down mode, the preset frequency is held as
the inverter stops, and the UP/Down function is disabled.
【1】: After a stop command in Up/Down mode, the preset frequency is reset to
Range
0 Hz as the inverter stops.
【2】: After a stop command in Up/Down mode, the preset frequency is held as
the inverter stops, and the UP/Down function remains enabled.
¾ 03 - 07 =【0】,【2】When run signal is removed (Stop Command), the output frequency is
stored in parameter 05-01( Key pad Frequency).
¾ 03 - 07 =【0】 In stop mode since frequency can not be increased or decreased from
Up/Down terminals then keypad can be used to change the frequency by modifying
parameter 05-01.
¾
03 - 07 =【1】In Up/down frequency mode inverter will ramp up from 0Hz on Run command
and Ramp down to 0 Hz on stop command.
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03- 08
Multifunction terminals S1~S5 scan time
Range
【1~200】 1m s
¾ Multifunction input terminal On/Off periods will be scanned for the number of cycles according to
the set value in parameter 03-08. If the signal status for On or off period is less than the set
period it will be treated as noise.
¾ Scan period unit is 1ms.
¾ Use this parameter if unstable input signal is expected, however setting long scan time periods
results in slower response times.
03- 09
s1~s5 Input type selection NO & NC
【xxxx0】:S1 NO
【xxxx1】:S1 NC
【xxx0x】:S2 NO
【xxx1x】:S2 NC
Range
【xx0xx】:S3 NO
【xx1xx】:S3 NC
【x0xxx】:S4 NO
【x1xxx】:S4 NC
【0xxxx】:S5 NO
【1xxxx】:S5 NC
¾ (NO) Normally open, (NC) Normally closed. Select as required.
¾ For selecting Normally Open (NO) or Normally Closed(NC) set the relevant digit in
parameter 03-09 to 0 or 1 as required.
¾ Set Parameter 03-09 first before you use the Parameters 00-02/00-03=1 to set the
inverter run mode to External multifunction inputs.
03-11
03-13
Multifunction Output Relay RY1 functions. ( Terminals RB, RA )
【0】:Run
【1】:Fault
【2】:Setting Frequency Agree -------------------------------( refer to 03-14)
【3】:Frequency Agree (3-13±3-14) -------------------------( refer to 03-13/03-14)
【4】:Output Frequency Detection 1 (> 03-13) ----------( refer to 03-13)
【5】:Output Frequency Detection 2 (< 03-13) ----------( refer to 03-13)
【6】:Auto-Restart
【7】:Momentary AC Power Loss----------------------------( refer to 07-00)
【8】:Rapid Stop ( Decelerate to Stop)
【9】:Base Block
【10】:Motor Overload Protection (OL1)
【11】:Drive Overload Protection (OL2)
【12】:Reserved
【13】:Output Current Agree---------------------------------(refer to 03-15/03-16)
【14】:Brake Control--------------------------------------------(refer to 03-17/03-18)
Frequency Detection Level
Range
03-14
【0.00~650.00】 Hz
Frequency Detection Width
Range
【0.00~30.00】 Hz
Range
Output relay RY1. function descriptions:
1) 03-11 =【0】. RY1 will be ON with Run signal.
2) 03-11 =【1】. RY1 will be ON with inverter Faults.
3) 03-11 =【2】. RY1 will be ON when Output Frequency reached Setting Frequency.
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Example:Setting Freq. =30, and Frequency Detection Width (03-14) =5,
Relay will be ON when output frequency reached 25Hz to 30Hz and Run Command
is on (Allowable tolerance ±0.01).
4) 03-11=【3】RY1 will be ON when Setting Freq. and Output Frequency reached Frequency Agree
(03-13 +/- 03-14).
Example: Frequency Detection Level (03-13) =30, and Frequency Detection Width (03-14) =5 cause
Frequency Detection Range upper limit = 35, and Frequency Detection Range lower limit =
25. So RY1 will be on when Setting Freq. and Output Freq. are both under these limits; on
the other hand, RY1 will be off when Setting Freq. and Output Freq. are not under these
limits either.
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5) 03-11=【4】. RY1 will be on while Output Freq. > Frequency Detection Level (03-13).
6) 03-11=【5】. RY1 will be on while Output Freq. < Frequency Detection Level (03-13).
03-15
Output Current Agree Setting
Range
03-16
【0.1~15.0】 A
Current Agree Delay Time
Range
【0.1~10.0】Sec
¾ 03-11=【13】.RY1 will be on as soon as the output current value > current agree setting
(03-15).
¾ 03-15: Setting range (0.1~15.0 Amps) as required according to the rated motor current.
¾ 03-16: Setting range (0.1~10.0) unit: seconds.
4-35
100%
I load
03-15
Fixed T
Value
100msec
03-16
03-11
ON
03-17
Brake Release Level
【0.00~20.00】 Hz
Range
03-18
Brake Engage Level
【0.00~20.00】 Hz
Range
¾ If 03-11 =【14】
¾ In accelerating mode. RY1 will be ON as soon as the actual output frequency reaches the
external Brake release level set in parameter 03-17.
¾ In decelerating mode, RY1 will be OFF as soon as the actual output frequency reaches the
external Brake engage level set in parameter 03-18.
Timing diagram for 03-17 < 03-18 is shown below:
Hz
03-18
03-17
T
RUN command
RUN
STOP
ON
03-11=14
4-36
OFF
Timing diagram for 03-17 > 03-18 is shown below:
03- 19
Range
Relay Output Status type
【0】:A (Normally open)
【1】:B (Normally close)
04- External analog signal input / output functions
04- 00
Range
¾
Analog Voltage & Current input selections
AVI
ACI
【0】:0~10V
0~20mA
【1】:0~10V
4~20mA
【2】:2~10V
0~20mA
【3】:2~10V
4~20mA
Analog Input Scaling formulas:-
„
AVI (0~10V), ACI (0~20mA)
AV I(0~10V ) : F( H z ) =
V ( v)
× (00 − 12)
10( v)
;
ACI(0~20mA) : F( Hz ) =
„
I(mA )
× (00 − 12)
20(mA )
AVI (2~10V), ACI (4~20mA)
V − 2(v)
× (00 − 12), V>=2 ;
10 − 2(v)
I − 4(mA )
ACI(4~20mA): F( Hz ) =
× (00 − 12), I>=4 ;
20 − 4(mA)
AVI(2~10V): F( Hz ) =
4-37
04- 01
AVI signal verification Scan Time
Range
04- 02
【1~200】1m s
AVI Gain
Range
04- 03
【0 ~ 1000】%
AVI Bias
Range
04- 04
【0~ 100】%
AVI Bias Selection
Range
04- 05
【0】: Positive 【1】: Negative
AVI Slope
Range
04- 06
【0】: Positive
【1】: Negative
ACI signal verification Scan Time
Range
04- 07
【1~200】1m sec
ACIGain
Range
04- 08
【0 ~ 1000】%
ACI Bias
Range
04- 09
【0 ~ 100】%
ACI Bias Selection
Range
04-10
【0】: Positive
ACI Slope
【1】: Negative
Range
【0】: Positive
【1】: Negative
¾ Set 04- 01 and 04- 06 for Analog signal verification.
Inverter reads the average values of A/D signal once per (04- 01/04- 06 x 1ms).
Set scan intervals according to the application and with consideration for signal instability or
interference effects on the signal by external sources. Long scan times will result in slower
response time.
AVI. Analog Voltage input scaling examples by adjusting Gain, Bias & Slope parameters (04-02~04-05).
(1) Positive Bias type (04-04= 0) and effects of modifying Bias amount by parameter 04-03 and
Slope type with parameter 04-05 are shown in Fig 1&2.
Figure 1.
Figure 2.
04- 02
04- 03
04- 04
04- 05
04- 02
04- 03
04- 04
04- 05
A
100%
50%
0
0
C 100%
50%
0
1
B
100%
0%
0
0
D 100%
0%
0
1
04-03
Bias
Hz
100%
60Hz
04-03
Bias
100%
Upper
Frequency
Hz
60Hz
C
A
50%
50%
30Hz
30Hz
D
B
0%
0%
0Hz
0V
5V
10V
V
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0Hz
0V
5V
10V
V
(2) Negative Bias type and effects of modifying Bias amount by parameter 04-03 and Slope type
with parameter 04-05 are shown in Fig 3&4.
Figure3:
Figure4:
04- 02
E
100%
04- 03
04- 04
20%
04- 05
1
0
04- 02
F
100%
04- 04
04- 05
50%
1
1
Hz
Hz
Upper
Frequency
60Hz
04-03
Bias
-0%
04- 03
30Hz
04-03
Bias
-0%
E
0Hz
2V
5V
10V
Upper
Frequency
60Hz
30Hz
F
0Hz
5V
V
-50%
-50%
-100%
-100%
10V
V
(3) Offset bias set to 0% (04-03) and effect of modifying Analog Gain ( 04-02), Bias type ( 04-04)
and slope type( 04-05) are shown in shown Fig 5&6.
Figure 5
Figure 6
04- 02
04- 03
04- 04
04- 05
04- 02
04- 03
04- 04
04- 05
A'
50%
0%
0/1
0
C'
50%
0%
0/1
1
B'
200%
0%
0/1
0
D' 200%
0%
0/1
1
Hz
Hz
Upper
Frequency
60Hz
B'
C'
A'
30Hz
Upper
Frequency
60Hz
30Hz
D'
0Hz
0V
5V
10V
0Hz
V
0V
5V
10V
V
(4) Various other examples of analog input scaling and modification are shown in following
figures 7,8,9 & 10.
Figure7
04- 02
Figure 8
04- 03
04- 04
04- 05
04- 02
04- 03
04- 04
04- 05
a
50%
50%
0
0
c
50%
50%
0
1
b
200%
50%
0
0
d 200%
50%
0
1
4-39
04-03
bias
Hz
100%
Upper
Frequency
60Hz
b
37.5Hz
50%
30Hz
0%
0Hz
04-03
bias
Hz
100%
60Hz
37.5Hz
50%
a
30Hz
d
0Hz
0%
0V
5V
10V
0V
V
Figure 9
5V
10V
04- 04
04- 05
V
Figure 10
04- 02
04- 03
e
50%
20%
1
0
f
200%
20%
1
0
04- 04
04- 05
04- 02
04- 03
g
50%
50%
1
1
h
200%
0%
0
1
Hz
Hz
Upper
Frequency
60Hz
Upper
Frequency
60Hz
g
f
04-03 bias
Upper
Frequency
c
18.26Hz
-0%
04-03
bias
-0%
e
0Hz
1V 4V
10V
V
-50%
-50%
-100%
-100%
1.81Hz
0Hz
h
2V
5V
10V
V
04-11
Range
Analog Output (AO) function selection.
【0】:Output frequency
【1】:Frequency Setting
【2】:Output voltage
【3】:DC Bus Voltage
【4】:Output current
Example: Set 04-11 required according to the following table.
04-11
【0】
【1】
【2】
【3】
A
Output frequency
Frequency Setting
Output voltage
DC Bus Voltage
【4】
Output current
4-40
Xmax
upper frequency limit
upper frequency limit
Motor Rated Voltage
220V: 0~400V
2 times rated current
of inverter
04-12
AO Gain
Range
04-13
【0 ~ 1000】%
AO Bias
Range
04-14
【0 ~ 100】%
AO Bias Selection
Range
04-15
【0】: Positive
AO Slope
【1】: Negative
Range
【0】: Positive
【1】: Negative
¾ Select the Analog output type for the multifunction analog output on terminal (TM2)
as required by parameter 04-11. Output format is 0-10V dc.
The output voltage level can be scaled and modified by parameters 04-12 to 04-15 If
necessary.
¾ The modification format will be same as the examples shown previously for Analog Voltage
Input (AVI) parameters 4-02 to 4-05.
Note: the max output voltage is 10V due to the hardware of the circuit.
Use external devices that require a maximum of 10V dc signal.
05- Preset Frequency Selections.
05- 00
Range
Preset Speed Control mode Selection
【0】:Common Accel / Decel.
【1】: Individual Accel/Decel for each preset speed 0-7.
05- 01
05- 02
05- 03
05- 04
05- 05
05- 06
05- 07
05- 08
Preset Speed 0
Preset Speed 1
Preset Speed 2
Preset Speed 3
Preset Speed 4
Preset Speed 5
Preset Speed 6
Preset Speed 7
Range
05-17
05-18
05-19
05- 20
05- 21
05- 22
05- 23
05- 24
05- 25
05- 26
05- 27
05- 28
05- 29
05- 30
05- 31
05- 32
【0.00 ~ 650.00】 Hz
Preset Speed 0 Acceleration time
Preset Speed 0 Deceleration time
Preset Speed 1 Acceleration time
Preset Speed 1 Deceleration time
Preset Speed 2 Acceleration time
Preset Speed 2 Deceleration time
Preset Speed 3 Acceleration time
Preset Speed 3 Deceleration time
Preset Speed 4 Acceleration time
Preset Speed 4 Deceleration time
Preset Speed 5 Acceleration time
Preset Speed 5 Deceleration time
Preset Speed 6 Acceleration time
Preset Speed 6 Deceleration time
Preset Speed 7Acceleration time
Preset Speed 7 Deceleration time
(Keypad Freq)
4-41
Range
【0.1 ~ 3600.0】s
¾ When 05- 00 =【0】Accel /Decl 1 or 2 set by parameters 00-14/00-15 or 00-16/00-17 apply to all
speeds.
¾ When 05- 00 =【1】Individual Accel/Decel apply to each preset speed 0-7. Parameters 05-17 to
05-32.
¾ Formula for calculating acceleration and deceleration time:
Actual Acc time=
Actual Dec time=
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
Time of Accel1 or 2 x Preset Frequency
Max Frequency
Time of Accel1 or 2 x Preset Frequency
Max Frequency
Maximum output frequency = parameter 01-02 when programmable V/F is selected by 01- 00=
【7】.
Maximum output frequency = 50.00 hz or 60.00 hz when preset V/F patterns are selected. 0100≠【7】.
Multi speed run/stop cycles with Individual accel/decal times. 05-00=【1】
Two modes are shown below:Mode1 = On/Off run command
Mode2= Continuous run command
Mode1 Example:
00- 02=【1】(External Run/Stop Control).
00- 04=【1】(Operation Mode:Run/stop-forward/reverse).
S1: 03- 00=【0】(RUN/STOP );
S2: 03- 01=【1】(Forward/Reserve);
S3: 03- 02=【2】(Preset speed 1);
S4: 03- 03=【3】(Preset speed 2);
S5: 03- 04=【4】(Preset speed 4);
4-42
Hz
05-03
05-02
FWD
Preset
speed2
05-01
Preset
speed1
Preset
speed0
a
RUN
command
b
RUN
S2
c
STOP
d
RUN
e
STOP
T
f
RUN
STOP
OFF
ON
S3
ON
OFF
S4
OFF
ON
When the run command is On/Off, acceleration and deceleration times for each cycle can be
calculated as below:- time unit is in seconds’.
a=
¾
¾
¾
¾
(05−17)×(05− 01)
(05−18)×(05− 01)
(05−19)×(05− 02)
(05− 20)×(05− 02)
,b=
,c=
,d =
……
01− 02
01− 02
01−02
01− 02
Mode2 Example. Continuous run command.
Set S1 for Continuous Run
Set S2 For Forward /Revise direction selection
Set multi function terminals S3,S4 & S5 for setting three different preset speeds
Hz
0 5 -0 3
0 5 -0 2
P re s e t
speed 2
0 5 -0 6
P re s e t
speed 1
0 5 -0 1
FW D
0 5 -0 4
P re s e t
speed 3
P re s e t
speed5
P re s e t
speed 0
a
b
c
d
e
0 5 -0 5
h
T
i
f P re s e t g
speed4
RUN
com m and
S2
S3
S4
S5
STO P
RUN
O FF
ON
O FF
ON
O FF
ON
O FF
ON
ON
O FF
O FF
ON
ON
O FF
O FF
O FF
O FF
O FF
O FF
O FF
ON
ON
O FF
When the run command is continuous, acceleration and deceleration times for each segment can be
calculated as below:4-43
06- Auto Run(Auto Sequencer) function
06- 00
Range
Auto Run( sequencer) mode selection
【0】:Disabled
【1】:Single cycle
(Continues to run from the unfinished step if restarted).
【2】:Periodic cycle. (Continues to run from the unfinished step if restarted).
【3】:Single cycle, then holds the speed of final step to run.
(Continues to run from the unfinished step if restarted).
【4】:Single cycle.
(Starts a new cycle if restarted).
【5】:Periodic cycle. (Starts a new cycle if restarted).
【6】:Single cycle, then hold the speed of final step to run.
(Starts a new cycle if restarted).
Frequency of the step 0 is set by parameter 05-01 keypad Frequency.
06- 01
Auto _ Run Mode Frequency Command 1
06- 02
Auto _ Run Mode Frequency Command 2
06- 03
Auto _ Run Mode Frequency Command 3
06- 04
Auto _ Run Mode Frequency Command 4
06- 05
Auto _ Run Mode Frequency Command 5
06- 06
Auto _ Run Mode Frequency Command 6
06- 07
Auto _ Run Mode Frequency Command 7
【0.00 ~ 650.00】Hz
Range
06- 16
06- 17
06- 18
06- 19
06- 20
06- 21
06- 22
06- 23
Range
Auto_ Run Mode Running Time Setting0
Auto_ Run Mode Running Time Setting1
Auto_ Run Mode Running Time Setting2
Auto_ Run Mode Running Time Setting3
Auto_ Run Mode Running Time Setting4
Auto_ Run Mode Running Time Setting5
Auto_ Run Mode Running Time Setting6
Auto_ Run Mode Running Time Setting7
【0.00 ~ 3600.0】Sec
06- 32
06- 33
06- 34
06- 35
06- 36
Auto_ Run Mode Running Direction0
Auto_ Run Mode Running Direction1
Auto_ Run Mode Running Direction2
Auto_ Run Mode Running Direction3
Auto_ Run Mode Running Direction4
4-44
06- 37
06- 38
06- 39
Range
Auto_ Run Mode Running Direction5
Auto_ Run Mode Running Direction6
Auto_ Run Mode Running Direction7
【0】: STOP
【1】: Forward
【2】: Reverse
¾ Auto Run sequencer mode has to be enabled by using one of the multifunctional inputs S1 to S5
and setting the relevant parameter 03-00 to 03-04 to selection【18】.
¾ Various Auto Run (sequencer) modes can be selected by parameter (06-00) as listed above.
¾ 7 Auto Run (sequencer) modes can be selected by parameters (06-01~06-39)
¾ Auto Run frequency commands1 to 7 are set with Parameters (06-01 ~ 06-07),
¾ Sequence run times are set with parameters (06-17 ~ 06-23)
¾ FWD/REV Direction for each sequence can be set with parameters (06-33 ~ 06-39).
¾ Auto sequence 0, frequency is set from keypad by parameter 05-01, sequence run time and
direction are set by parameters 06-16 and 06-32.
Auto RUN (Auto Sequencer) examples are shown in the following pages:Example 1. Single Cycle (06- 00=1,4)
The inverter will run for a single full cycle based on the specified number of sequences, then it
will stop. In this example 4 sequences are set, three in forward direction and one in Reverse.
Auto Run Mode.
06- 00=【1】or【4】,
Frequency
05- 01=【15】Hz, 06- 01=【30】Hz, 06- 02=【50】Hz, 06- 03=【20】Hz
Sequence Run Time 06-16=【20】s, 06-17 =【25】s, 06-18=【30】s, 06-19=【40】s,
Direction
06-32=【1】FWD, 06-33 =【1】FWD, 06-34=【1】(FWD), 06-35=【2】(REV)
Unused Sequence Parameters 06-04~ 06-07=【0】Hz , 06-20~06-23=【0】s , 06-36~06-39=【0】
Hz
06-02
06-01
05-01
06-16
06-17
06-18
T
06-03
06-19
RUN command
RUN
S1 to S5 auto
run enable
ON
4-45
Example 2. Periodic cycle Run.
Mode: 06- 00=【2】or【5】
The inverter will repeat the same cycle periodically.
All other Parameters are set same as Example 1. shown above.
Hz
06-02
06-02
06-01
06-01
05-01
05-01
T
06-16
06-17
06-18
06-03
06-16
06-17
06-18
06-03
06-19
06-19
RUN
Command
RUN
S1 to S5 auto
Run enable
ON
Example 3. Auto_Run Mode for Single Cycle 06-00=【3 or 6】
The speed of final step will be held to run.
Auto Run Mode.
06- 00 =【3】or【6】
Frequency
05- 01 =【15】Hz, 06- 01=【30】Hz, 06- 02=【50】Hz, 06- 07=【20】Hz,
Sequence Run Time 06-16 =【20】s, 06-17=【25】s, 06-18=【30】s, 06-23=【40】s,
Direction
06-32 =【1】FWD 06-33=【1】, 06-34 =【1】, 06-39=【1】,
Unused Sequence Parameters 06-03~06- 06=【0】Hz, 06-19~06-22=【0】s, 06-35~06-38 =【0】
Hz
06-02
06-01
06-07
05-01
T
06-16
06-17
RUN
Command
06-18
RUN
S1 to S5 auto
run enable
RUN
4-46
06-23
Example 4&5 .
Auto Run Mode 06-00=【1~3】. After a restart continues to run from the unfinished step.
Auto Run Mode 06-00=【4~6】. After a restart, it will begin a new cycle.
Output Frequency
06- 00
1~3
Run
Command run stop
4~6
Run
Command run stop
run
Output
Frequency
Output
Frequency
run
begin a new cycle
Continue running from
unfinished step
time
time
¾ ACC/DEC time in Auto run mode will be according to the setting of 00-14/00-15 or 00-16/00-17.
¾ For Auto sequence 0.The run frequency will be according to keypad frequency set by parameter
05-01.Parameters 06-16 and 06-32 are used to set the sequence Run time and Run direction.
07- Start/Stop command setup
07- 00
Range
¾
¾
¾
¾
Momentary power loss and restart
【0】:Momentary Power Loss and Restart disable
【1】:Momentary power loss and restart enable
If the input power supply due to sudden increase in supply demand by other equipment results in
voltage drops below the under voltage level, the inverter will stop its output at once.
When 07-00 =【0】.On power loss, the inverter will not start.
When 07-00 =【1】.Aafter a momentary power loss, inverter will restart with the same frequency
before power loss, and there is no limitation on number of restarts.
On power loss, as long as the inverter CPU power is not completely lost, the momentary
power loss restart will be effective, restart will be according to setting of parameters 00-02 &
07-04 and status of External run switch.
Caution:- After any power loss if the Run mode is set to External by parameter 00-02=1 and if Direct
start on power up is also selected by parameter 07-04=0, please note that the inverter will run on
resumption of power.
To ensure safety of operators and to avoid any damages to the machinery, all necessary safety
measure must be considered, including disconnection of power to the inverter.
¾
¾
¾
¾
07- 01
Auto Restart Delay Time
Range
07- 02
【0.0~800.0】Sec
Number of Auto Restart Attempts
Range
【0~10】
07- 02=【0】: The inverter will not auto restart after trips due to fault.
07- 02>【0】, 07- 01=【0】.After a trip due to fault the inverter will run with the same frequency
before power loss, and restarts after an internal delay of 0.5 seconds.
07- 02>【0】, 07- 01>【0】, After a fault trip the inverter will run with the same frequency before
power loss, and restart with a delay according the preset in parameter 07-01.
Note:- Auto restart after a fault will not function while DC injection braking or decelerating
to stop
4-47
07- 03
Reset Mode Setting
【0】:Enable Reset Only when Run Command is Off
Range
【1】:Enable Reset when Run Command is On or Off
¾ 07-03=0 Once the inverter is detected a fault, please turn Run switch Off and then On again to
perform reset, otherwise restarting will not be possible.
07- 04
Direct Running on Power Up
【0】:Enable Direct running after power up
Range
【1】:Disable Direct running after power up
07- 05
Delay-ON Timer (Seconds)
Range
【1.0~300.0】Sec
¾
When direct run on power up is selected by 07-04=0 and the inverter is set to external run by
(00-02/00-03=1), if the run switch is ON as power is applied, the inverter will auto start.
It is recommend that the power is turned off and the run switch is also off to avoid possibility of
injury to operators and damage to machines as the power is reapplied.
Note: If this mode is required all safety measures must be considered including warning
labels.
¾ When direct run on power up is disabled by 07-04=1and if the inverter is set to external run by
(00-02/00-03=1), if the run switch is ON as power is applied, the inverter will not auto start and
the display will flash with STP1. It will be necessary to turn OFF the run switch and then ON
again to start normally.
07- 06
DC Injection Brake Start Frequency (Hz)
Range
07- 07
【0.10 ~ 10.00】Hz
DC Injection Brake Level (%)
Range
07- 08
【0~ 20】%
DC Injection Brake Time (Sec)
Range
【0.0 ~ 25.5】Sec
¾ 07- 08/07- 06 set the DC injection brake duration and the brake start frequency as shown below.
Frequency
07-06
RUN
Command
07-08
T
Run
Stop
07- 09
Stopping Method
【0】:Deceleration to stop.
Range
【1】:Coast to stop.
¾ 07- 09 = 【0】: after receiving stop command, the motor will decelerate to stop according to
setting of 00-15, deceleration time 1.
¾ 07- 09 = 【1】: after receiving stop command, the motor will free-run (Coast) to stop.
4-48
08- Protection function group
08- 00
Range
08- 01
Trip Prevention Selection
【xxxx0】:Enable Trip Prevention During Acceleration
【xxxx1】:Disable Trip Prevention During Acceleration
【xxx0x】:Enable Trip Prevention During Deceleration
【xxx1x】:Disable Trip Prevention During Deceleration
【xx0xx】:Enable Trip Prevention in Run Mode
【xx1xx】:Disable Trip Prevention in Run Mode
【x0xxx】:Enable over voltage Prevention in Run Mode
【x1xxx】:Disable over voltage Prevention in Run Mode
Trip Prevention Level During Acceleration
Range
【50 ~ 200】%
¾ Trip prevention adjustment level during acceleration to prevent over current (OC-A) trips.
¾ If trip prevention during acceleration is enabled and an over current occurs due to the load, then
the acceleration is interrupted until the over current level is dropped below the setting in 08-01
then the acceleration is resumed.
08- 02
Trip Prevention Level During Deceleration
Range
【50 ~ 200】%
¾ Trip prevention adjustment level during deceleration to prevent over Voltage (OV-C) trips.
¾ If trip prevention during deceleration is enabled and an over voltage occurs during stopping due
to the load, then the deceleration is interrupted until the over voltage level is dropped below the
setting in 08-02 then the deceleration is resumed.
08- 03
Trip Prevention Level during continuous Run Mode
Range
【50 ~ 200】%
¾ Trip prevention adjustment level during continuous Run to prevent over current (OC-C) trips.
¾ If trip prevention during continuous Run is enabled and an over current occurs due the load such
as a sudden transient load, then the output frequency is reduced by decelerating to a lower
speed until the over current level is dropped below the preset in 08-03, then the output frequency
accelerates back to the normal running frequency.
08- 04
Over voltage Prevention Level during Run Mode
200:【350~390】VDC
Range
400:【700~780】VDC
¾ Over voltage prevention level can be set by parameter 08-04 when necessary.
When the DC bus voltage is higher than the level set in 08-04, the over voltage fault will occur.
08- 05
Electronic Motor Overload Protection Operation Mod (OL1)
【0】:Enable Electronic Motor Overload Protection
Range
【1】:Disable Electronic Motor Overload Protection
08- 06
Operation After Overload Protection is Activated
【0】:Coast-to-Stop After Overload Protection is Activated
Range
【1】:Drive Will Not Trip when Overload Protection is Activated (OL1)
¾ 08- 06 = 【0】: On overload condition the inverter coast to stop as the thermal relay detects the
overload and the display will flash OL1.To reset Press the ‘Reset’ key or use an external reset to
continue to run.
¾ 08- 06 = 【1】: On overload condition the inverter continues to run, display flash with OL1, until
the current falls below the overload level.
The heat sinking function will not be as effective when the motor run at low speed. So the thermal
action level will decline at the same time. (The curve 1 will change to curve 2)
4-49
Minute
5.0
(1)
1.0
(2)
103
113
123
150
Current Precent (%)
08- 07
¾
¾
¾
¾
OH over heat Protection
【0】:Auto (Depends on heat sink temp.)
【1】:Operate while in RUN mode
Range
【2】:Always Run
【3】:Disabled
08- 07=【0】: Cooling fan runs as the inverter detects temperature rise.
08- 07=【1】: Cooling fan runs while the inverter is running.
08- 07=【2】: Cooling fan runs continuously.
08- 07=【3】: Cooling fan is Disabled.
08- 08
¾
¾
¾
¾
AVR function
【0】:AVR function enable
【1】:AVR function disable
【2】:AVR function disable for stop
【3】:AVR function disable for Deceleration
Range
【4】:AVR function disabled for stop & Deceleration from one speed to another
speed.
【5】:when VDC>(360V/740V), AVR function is disabled for stop and
Deceleration
Automatic voltage regulator function provides a level of output voltage stability when there is
input voltage instability. So when 08-08=0, Input voltage fluctuations will not effect the output
voltage.
08-08=1. Input voltage fluctuations will cause fluctuations on output voltage.
08-08=2. AVR is disabled during stopping to avoid an increase in stopping time.
08-08=3. AVR is disabled only during deceleration from one speed to another speed. This will
avoid longer than required deceleration time.
08- 09
Input phase loss protection protection
【0】:Disabled
Range
【1】:Enabled
When 08-09=【1】:On phase loss warring message PF is displayed.
4-50
09- Communication function group
09- 00
Assigned Communication Station Number
Range
【1 ~ 32】
¾ 09-00 sets the communication station number when there are more that one unit on the
communication network. Up to 32 Slave units can be controlled from one master controller such
as a PLC.
09- 01
RTU code /ASCII code Selection
【0】:RTU
Range
【1】:ASCII
09- 02
Baud Rate Setting (bps)
【0】:4800
【1】:9600
Range
【2】:19200
【3】:38400
09- 03
Stop Bit Selection
【0】:1 stop bit
Range
【1】:2 stop bit
09- 04
Parity Selection
【0】:no parity
Range
【1】:even parity
【2】:odd parity
09- 05
Data Format Selection
【0】:8 bit data
Range
【1】:7 bit data
¾ Set 09-01~09-05 to configure communication format before starting communication.
09- 06
Communication time-out detection time
Range
09- 07
【0.0~25.5】Sec
Communication time-out operation selection
【0】:Stop in deceleration time 1 and show COT after communication timeout
【1】:Stop in free run mode and show COT after communication timeout
Range
【2】:Stop in deceleration time 2 and show COT after communication timeout
【3】:Keep running and show COT after Communication timeout
¾ Time-out detection time: 00.0~25.5 seconds; setting 00.0 seconds: disables time-out function.
09- 08
Err6 fault tolerance times
Range
【1~20】
¾ When communication error time ≥ 09-08 setting,keypad display shows ERR6.
09- 09
Drive Transmit Wait Time
Range
【5~65】m s
¾ This parameter is used to set the converter to receive data from the sending date to the
beginning of the time.
4-51
10-PID function Setup
PID block diagram
1? 2
Target
10-00
Positive
P(10-05)
Negative
I(10-06)
+
-
+
+
I Limiter
3? 4
1? 3
10-03
2? 4
Feedback
10-01
D(10-07)
I Reset
+
Offset
(10-08
10-09)
10-03=0
or external terminal
prohibit or stop
Delay device
(10-10)
PID Limit
Sleep /Wake
Function
PID Communication
Read
2? 4
10-03
D
10-21
12-00, PID
Feedback Display
1? 3
10-03
10-22
10- 00
PID target value selection
【0】:Potentiometer on Keypad
【1】:External AVI Analog Signal Input
【2】:External ACI Analog Signal Input
Range
【3】:Target Frequency set by Communication method.
【4】:Set from keypad by parameter 10-02.
¾ 10-00 selections are only effective when frequency source selection is set to PID
by parameters 00 - 05 \ 00 - 06= 6.
10- 01
PID feedback value selection
【0】:Potentiometer on Keypad
【1】:External AVI Analog Signal Input
Range
【2】:External ACI Analog Signal Input
【3】:Communication setting Frequency
¾ !Note: 10-00 and 10-01 can not be set to the same value.
10- 02
Range
PID keypad input
【0.0~100.0】%
4-52
PID Freq.
Output
10- 03
Range
PID operation selection
【0】: PID Function disabled
【1】: FWD Characteristic.
【2】: FWD Characteristic.
【3】: REV Characteristic.
【4】: REV Characteristic.
Deviation is D-controlled
Feedback is D-controlled
Deviation is D-controlled
Feedback is D-controlled
¾ 10- 03 =【1】.
Deviation (target - detected value) is derivative controlled in unit time set in parameter 10-07.
¾ 10- 03 =【2】
Feedback (detected value) is derivative controlled in unit time set in parameter 10- 07.
¾ 10- 03 =【3】
Deviation (target value - detected value) is derivative controlled in unit time set in parameter 1007. If the deviation is positive, the output frequency decreases, vice versa.
¾ 10- 03 =【4】
Feed back (detected value) is derivative controlled in unit time set in parameter 10- 07.
If the deviation is positive, the output frequency decreases, vice versa.
Note:For 10-03 = 1 or 2, If the deviation is positive, the output frequency increases and, vice versa.
For 10-03 = 3 or 4, If the deviation is positive, the output frequency decreases, vice versa.
10- 04
Feedback Gain coefficient
【0.00 ~ 10.00】
¾ 10-04 is the calibration gain. Deviation = set point – (feedback signal×10-04)
10- 05
Proportional Gain
Range
【0.0 ~ 10.0】
10- 05: Proportion gain for P control.
10- 06
Integral Time
【0.0 ~ 100.0】s
Range
10- 06: Integration time for I control
10- 07
Derivative Time
【0.00 ~ 10.00】s
Range
10- 07: Differential time for D control
10- 08
PID Offset
【0】: Positive Direction
Range
【1】: Negative Direction
10- 09
PID Offset Adjust
【0 ~ 109】%
Range
10- 08 /10- 09: Calculated PID output is offset by 10-09 (the polarity of offset is according
to10-08)
10-10
PID Output Lag Filter Time
【0.0 ~ 2.5】s
Range
10-10: Update time for output frequency.
10-11
Feedback Loss Detection Mode
【0】:Disable
【1】:Enable – Drive Continues to Operate After Feedback Loss
Range
【2】:Enable – Drive “STOPS” After Feedback Loss
10-11= 【1】: On feed back loss detection, continue running, and display ‘PDER’;
10-11= 【2】: On feed back loss detection, stop, and display ‘PDER’。
Range
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
4-53
Feedback Loss Detection Level
【0 ~ 100】
Range
10-12 is the level for signal loss. Error = (Set point – Feedback value). When the error is
larger than the loss level setting, the feedback signal is considered lost.
10-13
Feedback Loss Detection Delay Time
【0.0 ~25.5】s
Range
10-13:The minimum time delay before feedback signal loss is determined.
10-14
Integration Limit Value
【0 ~ 109】%
Range
10-14: the Limiter to prevent the PID from saturating.
Integration Value Resets to Zero when Feedback Signal Equals the target
10-15
Value
【0】: Disabled
Range
【1】: After 1 Sec
【30】: After 30 Sec ( Range:- 1 ~ 30 Sec)
10-15=0.As PID feedback value reaches the set point, the integral value will not be reset.
10-15=1~30.As PID feedback value reaches the set point, reset to 0 in 1~30 seconds and
inverter stops. The inverter will run again when the feedback value differs from the set point
value.
10-12
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
Allowable Integration Error Margin (Unit) (1 Unit = 1/8192)
【0 ~ 100】%
Range
¾ 10-16 = 0 ~ 100% unit value: Restart the tolerance after the integrator reset to 0.
10-16
10-17
PID Sleep Frequency Level
Range
10-18
【0.00~650.00】Hz
PID Sleep Function Delay Time
Range
10-19
【0.0 ~25.5】s
PID Wake up frequency Level
Range
10-20
【0.00 ~ 650.00】Hz
PID Wake up function Delay Time
【0.0 ~ 25.5】s
When PID output frequency is less than the sleep threshold frequency and exceeds the time
of sleep delay, the inverter will decelerate to 0 and enters PID sleep mode.
When PID output frequency is larger than the Wake up threshold frequency inverter will
enter the PID mode again as shown in the timing diagram below.
Range
¾
¾
Hz
W a ke u p
fre q u e n c y
1 0 -1 9
1 0 -2 0
1 0 -1 8
S le e p
fre q u e n c y
1 0 -1 7
T
P ID o u tp u t fre q u e n cy
A ctu a l o u tp u t fre q u e n cy
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10-21
Max PID Feedback Level.
【0 ~ 999】
Range
10-22
Min PID Feedback Level.
【0 ~ 999】
Range
¾ Example: If 10-21=100 and 10-22=50 and the unit for the range from 0 to 999 will be defined
with the parameters setting of 12-02 , actual feedback value variation range, will be scaled to
50 and 100 only for display, as Shown below.
999
10-21=100
10-22=50
Max 100%
(10V/20mA)
Min 0%
0V/0mA(or 2V/4mA)
4-55
PID fback
11 Performance control functions
11- 00
Prevention of Reverse operation
【0】:Reverse command is enabled
Range
【1】:Reverse command is disabled
¾ 11-00=1, the reverse command is disabled.
11- 01
Carrier Frequency
Range
【1~16】KHz
11- 02
Carrier mode selection
【0】:Carrier mode0
3-phase PW M modulation
Range
【1】:Carrier mode1
2-phase PW M modulation
【2】:Carrier mode2
2-phase randomized PW M modulation
¾ Mode 0: 3-phase PWM Modulation Three Output transistors on at the same time (Full Duty).
¾ Mode 1: 2-phase PWM Modulation Two output transistors on at the same time (2/3 Duty).
¾ Mode 2: Random PWM Modulation This modulation method will use 3-phase PWM and 2-phase
PWM modulation in a random mode.
Heat
Torque
Waveform
Motor
Modes
Name
IGBT Duty
Losses Performance Distortion
Noise
0
3-Phase PWM
100%
High
High
Low
Low
1
2-Phase PWM
66.6%
Low
Low
High
High
2
Randomized PWM Between mode0
Mid
Mid
Mid
Mid
& mode1
(Leverage)
11- 03
Carrier Frequency auto reduction by temperature decreasing
【0】:Disable
Range
【1】:Enable
¾ When inverter (heatsink) temperature rises above 80°C the Carrier Frequency is reduced by 4K.
¾ When the temperature falls below less than 70°C, Carrier Frequency is reset to default.
¾ Temperature can be displayed by setting parameter 12-00=04000.
Temperature
80℃
70℃
0
t1
t2
T
0
t1
t2
T
Carrier
Frequency
10K
4K
4-56
¾
11- 04
11- 05
11- 06
11- 07
S-Curve Acc 1
S-Curve Acc 2
S-Curve Dec 3
S-Curve Dec 4
Range
【0.0 ~ 4.0】s
Use S Curve parameters where a smooth acceleration or deceleration action is required,
this will prevent possible damage to driven machines by sudden acceleration/deceleration.
Actual
output
frequency
S2
S3
S1
S4
T
RUN command
RUN
Note:
¾ Regardless of the stall prevention period, actual acceleration and deceleration time =preset
acceleration / deceleration time + S curve time.
¾ Please set the required individual S curve times in the parameters (11-04~11-07).
¾ When S curve time (11-04~11-07) is set as 0, the S curve function is disabled.
¾ The calculation of S curve time is based on the Maximum output frequency of motor
(01-02), Please refer to the parameters (00-14/00-15/00-16/00-17).
¾
11- 08
11- 09
11-10
Skip frequency 1
Skip frequency 2
Skip frequency 3
Range
【0.00 ~ 650.00】Hz
11-11
Skip frequency range. (± frequency band)
Range
【0.00 ~ 30.00】Hz
Skip frequency parameters can be used to avoid mechanical resonance in certain applications.
Example: 11-08=10.00(Hz); 11-09=20.00(Hz); 11-10=30.00(Hz); 11-11=2.00(Hz).
±2Hz=8~12Hz
±2Hz=18~22Hz
Skip frequency
±2Hz=28~32Hz
10Hz
20Hz
30Hz
11-11
11-10
11-09
11-08
4-57
12 Monitor function group
12- 00
Display Mode
0
0
0
0
0
MSD
LSD
00000~77777
Each digit can be set from 0 to 7 as listed below.
【0】:Disable display
【1】:output Current
Range
【2】:output Voltage
【3】:DC voltage
【4】:Temperature
【5】:PID feedback
【6】:AVI
【7】:ACI
¾ MSD= Most significant digit. LSD= Least significant digit.
¾ Note: MSD of parameter 12-00 sets the power on display, other digits set user selected
displays. (refer to P4-4)
12- 01
Range
12- 02
Range
PID Feedback Display Mode
【0】:Displayed in Integer (xxx)
【1】:Displayed with One Decimal Place (xx.x)
【2】:Displayed with Two Decimal Places (x.xx)
PID Feedback Display Unit Setting
【0】:xxx-【1】:xxxpb(pressure)
【2】:xxxfl(flow)
12- 03
Custom Units (Line Speed) Display Mode
【0~65535】rpm
Range
¾ Set motor rated RPM in this parameter if required then the display will show this value when
inverter output frequency reaches the motor name plate frequency. 50Hz or 60 Hz as
appropriate.
¾ The line speed display is linearly proportional to the output frequency 0 to 50Hz or 0-60 Hz
as appropriate. Motor synchronous speed = 120 x Rated frequency/Number of poles.
12- 04
Custom Units (Line Speed) Display Mode
【0】:Drive Output Frequency is Displayed
【1】:Line Speed is Displayed in Integer (xxxxx)
Range
【2】:Line Speed is Displayed with One Decimal Place (xxxx.x)
【3】:Line Speed is Displayed with Two Decimal Places (xxx.xx)
【4】:Line Speed is Displayed with Three Decimal Places (xx.xxx)
¾ 12- 04≠0, line speed is displayed while the inverter is running or stopped.
¾
¾
¾
12- 05
Input and output terminal status display
Range
Read only(Panel read only)
When any of S1 ~ S5 is turned on, corresponding segments on the digital display digits will be
on.
When relay output RY1 is on, the corresponding digit will be on as shown below.
When no Digital input and no relay output, they will show - - - - - .
4-58
Example 1: The following figure shows 12 - 05 display status,
when S1, S3, S5 Inputs are ON and S2, S4 and RY1 are OFF.
S1
S2 S3
S4 S5
Example 2: The following figure shows 12 - 05 display status
when S2, S3, S4 inputs are ON and S1, S5 are OFF but RY1 is ON.
RY1
13
13- 00
Drive Horsepower Code
Range
----
Inverter Model:
L510-1P2-XXX
L510-1P5-XXX
L510-101-XXX
¾
¾
¾
¾
Inspection & Maintenance functions
13- 00 show
1P2
1P5
101
Inverter Model:
L510-2P2-XXX
L510-2P5-XXX
L510-201-XXX
L510-202-XXX
L510-203-XXX
13- 01
Software Version
Range
----
13- 02
Fault Log Display (Latest 3 faults)
13- 00 show
2P2
2P5
201
202
203
Inverter Model:
L510-401-XXX
L510-402-XXX
L510-403-XXX
13- 00 show
401
402
403
Range
---Last three faults are stored in a stack and whenever there is a new fault the previous faults
are pushed down the stack. So the fault stored in 2.xxx will be transferred to 3.xxx, and the
one in 1.xxx to 2.xxx. The recent fault will be stored in the empty register 1.xxx.
Use Up▲and Down▼ keys to scroll between the fault registers.
Pressing reset key when parameter 13-02 is displayed then all three fault registers will be
cleared and the display for each register will change to 1. ---, 2. ---, 3. ---.
E.g. fault log content is ‘1.OC-C’; this indicates the latest fault is OC-C, etc.
13- 03
Accumulated Inverter Operation Time 1
Range
13- 04
【0~23】Hours
Accumulated Inverter Operation Time 2
4-59
Range
13- 05
【0~65535】Days
Accumulated Inverter Operation Time Mode
【0】:Power on time
Range
【1】:Operation time
¾ When the operation time recorded in accumulator 1(Parameter 13-03) reaches 24 hours
¾ The recorded value in accumulator 2 parameter 13-04 changes to 1 day and the value in
accumulator 1 is reset to 0000.
13- 06
Parameter lock
【0】:Enable all Functions
【1】: Preset speeds 05- 01~05- 08 cannot be changed
Range
【2】:All Functions cannot be changed Except for preset speeds set in 0501~05- 08
【3】:Disable All Function Except 13-06
¾ When the 13-07=00000 (not set a password), you can adjust the parameters 05-01~05-08 from
13-06.
13- 07
Parameter Lock Key Code
Range
¾
【00000~65535】
When a parameter lock key number is entered in parameter 13-07. For any parameter
modification the key number has to be entered.
See following Parameter lock key setting example:-
¾ Setting Parameter lock key number example:Step1:
▲
</ENT
1st entry
or
▼
</ENT
Step2:
Set Password failed
</ENT
2nd
entry
▲
or
▼
▲
or
▼
</ENT
</ENT
Set Password successfully
Key code ( password) unlock
4-60
Password failed to lift
</ENT
Lifting
Password
▲
or
▼
▲
or
▼
</ENT
</ENT
Password successfully lifted
13- 08
Reset Drive to Factory Settings
【1150】:Reset to the 50Hz factory setting
Range
【1160】:Reset to the 60Hz factory setting
¾ When a Parameter lock key number has been entered in parameter 13 – 07. This key
number must be entered first before parameter 13-08 cab be used.
4-61
Chapter 5 Troubleshooting and maintenance
5.1 Error display and corrective action
5.1.1 Manual Reset and Auto-Reset
Faults which can not be recovered manually
Display
-oV-
content
Detection circuit malfunction
Consult with the supplier
Voltage too low
when stopped
1. Power voltage too low
2. Pre-charge resistor or fuse
burnt out.
3. Detection circuit malfunction
1.Check if the power voltage
is correct
2. failed resistor or fuse
3. Consult with the supplier
The inverter is
overheated when
stopped
1. Detection circuit
malfunction
2. Ambient temperature too
high or bad ventilation
Improve the ventilation
conditions, if no result then
replace the inverter
Current Sensor
detection error
Current sensor error or
circuit malfunction
Consult with the supplier
EEPROM
problem
Faulty EEPROM
Consult with the supplier
Communication
error
Communications disruption
Check the wiring
-oH-
EPr
Cot
Corrective action
Voltage too high
when stopped
-LV-
CtEr
Cause
Faults which can be recovered manually and automatically
Display
oC-A
content
Cause
Corrective action
Over-current at
acceleration
1.Acceleration time too short
2.The capacity of the motor
exceeds the capacity of
the inverter
3.Short circuit between the
motor coil and the case
4.Short circuit between
motor wiring and ground
5.IGBT module damaged
1.Set a longer acceleration
time
2.Replace inverter with one
that has the same rating as
that of the motor
3.Check the motor
4.Check the wiring
5. Consult with the supplier
Over-current at
fixed speed
1. Transient load change
2. Transient power change
1.Increase the capacity of
the inverter
2.Install inductor on the
power supply input side
Over-current at
deceleration
The preset deceleration time is
too short.
Set a longer deceleration time
1.Short circuit between the
motor coil and the case
2.Short circuit between motor
coil and ground
3.IGBT module damaged
1.Inspect the motor
2.Inspect the wiring
3. Consult with the supplier
oC-C
oC-d
oC-S
Over current at
start
5-1
oV-C
Excessive Voltage
during operation/
deceleration
1.Deceleration time setting
too short or excessive load
inertia
2.Power voltage varies widely
(fluctuates)
Input phase Loss
Abnormal fluctuations in the
main circuit voltage
PF
1.Set a longer deceleration
time
2.Consider use of a brake
resistor and/or brake module
3.Consider use of a reactor at
the power input side
1.Check the main circuit
power supply wiring.
2.Check the power supply
voltage
Faults which can be recovered manually but not automatically
Display
oC
content
Cause
Corrective action
Over-current
during stop
Detection circuit malfunction
Consult with the supplier
Motor overload
loading too large
Consider increasing the Motor
capacity
Inverter overload
Excessive Load
Consider increasing the
inverter capacity
Voltage too low
during operation
1.Power voltage too low
1.Improve power quality
2.Power voltage varies widely
2.Consider adding a reactor at
(fluctuates)
the power input side
oL1
oL2
LV-C
5.1.2 Keypad Operation Error Instruction
Display
LoC
content
1.Parameter
already locked
2.Motor direction
locked
3.Parameter
password (13-07)
enabled
Err1
Keypad operation
error
Err2
Err5
Cause
1.Attempt to modify
frequency parameter while
13-06>0.
2.Attempt to reverse
direction when 11- 00=1。
3.Parameter (13 - 07)
enabled, set the correct
password will show LOC.
1.Press ▲ or ▼while
00-05/00-06>0 or running
at preset speed.
2.Attempt to modify the
Parameter.Can not be
modified during operation
(refer to the parameter
list)
Corrective action
1.Adjust 13-06
2.Adjust 11-00
1.The ▲ or▼ is available for
modifying the parameter
only when 00-05/00-06=0
2.Modify the parameter in
STOP mode.
Parameter setting
error
1.00-13 is within the range
of (11-08 ±11-11) or
(11-09 ±11-11) or (11-10
±11-11)
2.00- 12≦00-13
1. Modify 11-08~11-10 or
11-11 Set 00-12>00-13
Modification of
parameter is not
available in
communication
1.Control command sent
during communication.
2.Attempt to modify the
function 09-02~ 09-05
during communication
1.Issue enable command
before communication
2.Set parameters 09-02~
09-05 function before
communication
5-2
Err6
Communication
failed
Err7
Parameter conflict
1.Wiring error
2.Communication
parameter setting error.
3.Incorrect communication
protocol
1.Attempt to modify the
function 13-00/13-08.
2. Voltage and current
detection circuit is
abnormal.
1.Check hardware and wiring
2.Check Functions(09-00~
09- 05).
If reset is not possible, please
consult with the supplier.
5.1.3 Special conditions
Display
StP0
Fault
Description
Zero speed at stop
Occurs when preset frequency <0.1Hz
StP1
Fail to start directly
On power up.
StP2
E.S.
Keypad Stop
Operated when
inverter in external
Control mode.
External
Rapid stop
1. If the inverter is set for external terminal control mode
(00-02/00-03=1) and direct start is disabled (07-04=1)
2. The inverter cannot be started and will flash STP1.
3. The run input is active at power-up, refer to descriptions
of (07-04).
1. If the Stop key is pressed while the inverter is set to
external control mode (00-02/00-03=1) then‘STP2’flashes
after stop.
2. Release and re-activate the run contact to restart the
inverter.
When external rapid stop input is activated the inverter will
decelerate to stop and the display will flash with E.S.
message.
External base block
When external base block input is activated the inverter
stops immediately and then the display will flash with b.b.
message.
PID feedback loss
PID feedback loss is detected.
b.b.
PdEr
5-3
5.2 General troubleshooting
Status
Checking point
Is the wiring for the output
Motor runs in
terminals correct?
wrong
Is the wiring for forward and
direction
reverse signals correct?
Is the wiring for the analog
The motor
frequency inputs correct?
speed can
Is the setting of operation mode
not be
correct?
regulated.
Is the load too excessive?
Check the motor specifications
Motor
(poles, voltage…) correct?
running
speed too
Is the gear ratio correct?
high or too
Is the setting of the highest output
low
frequency correct?
Is the load too excessive?
Motor speed
varies
unusually
Does the load vary excessively?
Is the input power unstable or is
there a phase loss ?
Is the power connected to the
correct L1, L2, and L3 terminals?
is the charging indicator lit ?
Motor can
not run
Is there voltage across the output
terminals T1, T2, and T3?
Is overload causing the motor to
stall?
Are there any abnormalities in the
inverter?
Is there a forward or reverse run
command ?
Has the analog frequency signal
been input?
Is the operation mode setting
correct?
Remedy
Wiring must match U, V, and W terminals of the
motor.
Check for correct wiring.
Check for correct wiring.
Check the operation mode of the operator.
Reduce the load.
Confirm the motor specifications.
Confirm the gear ratio.
Confirm the highest output frequency
Reduce the load.
1.Minimize the variation of the load.
2.Consider increasing the capacities of the
inverter and the motor.
Consider adding an AC reactor at the power
input side if using single-phase power.
2. Check wiring if using three-phase power
1 Is the power applied?
2.Turn the power OFF and then ON again.
3.Make sure the power voltage is correct.
4.Make sure screws are secured firmly.
Turn the power OFF and then ON again.
Reduce the load so the motor will run.
See error descriptions to check wiring and
correct if necessary.
1.Is analog frequency input signal wiring correct?
2.Is voltage of frequency input correct?
Operate through the digital keypad
5-4
5.3 Troubleshooting of the Inverter
5.3.1 Quick troubleshooting of the Inverter
INV Fault
Is fault known?
NO
YES
Symptoms other than burn
out, damage, or fuse
meltdown in the inverter?
NO
Any Symptoms of burn
out and damage?
Check burnt and
damaged parts
NO
Consult with the supplier
NO
Replace fuse
NO
YES
Fault signal?
YES
Is the main circuit DM
intact?
YES
NO
YES
Is the fuse intact?
Check according to
displayed fault messages
YES
Is the main circuit
I.G.B.T intact?
NO
Consult with the supplier
YES
Consult with the supplier
YES
Visually check controller
and Drive boards
Any visual
abnormalities?
NO
Apply the power
Are displays and
indicators of the
operating unit working
normally?
NO
Is LED lit?
Replace the pre-charge
resistor
YES
YES
Any fault display?
Is the DC input voltage
controlling the power
correct
YES
YES
What the message?
Is +5V control voltage
correct?
NO
*to next page
NO
NO
Check terminals and
wiring
YES
NO
Consult with the supplier
NO
Perform detailed check and
consult with the supplier
YES
Replace control board
and digital operating unit
Is the error eliminated
after replacing control
board?
5-5
From previous page
Check Inverter parameters
Perform parameter
initializations
Specify operation
control mode
Does the FWD or REV
LED light flash?
Replace the control
board
NO
YES
Set up frequency command
Is the frequency value
displayed on the display?
NO
Replace the control
board
NO
Replace the control
board
YES
Are there voltage outputs at
terminals U, V and W
YES
Connect the motor to run
Does the control Board
function after replacement
YES
NO
Is there any fault display?
YES
NO
NO
Are output
currents of each
phase even?
NO
YES
Perform detailed check and
consult with the supplier.
The inverter is OK
5-6
5.3.2 Troubleshooting for OC, OL error displays
The inverter displays OC, OL errors
Is the main circuit I.G.B.T
working
NO
Replace I.G.B.T
YES
Replace faulty circuit
board
YES
Any visual abnormalities?
NO
Apply power
Any abnormal indications?
YES
Is the current detector
OK?
YES
Replace the current
controller
NO
Input operation command
Replace control board
Is FWD LED illuminated?
NO
Replace control board
YES
Input frequency command
Is the output frequency of the
operating unit displayed?
NO
Replace control board
NO
Replace control board
YES
Is there Voltage at U,V and W
output terminals?
Connect the motor to run
Is the inverter operation OK
after board replacement ?
YES
Any fault values displayed?
YES
NO
NO
Is the output current of each
phase even?
NO
YES
The inverter is faulted
(Perform detailed check)
The inverter output is OK
5-7
5.3.3 Troubleshooting for OV, LV error
The inverter displays OV, LV
Is the main circuit fuse intact?
NO
Consult with the supplier
YES
Consult with the supplier
YES
Consult with the supplier
YES
Any visual abnormalities?
NO
Apply power
Any abnormal indications?
Input operation command
Is FWD LED still illuminated after flash
NO
Consult with the supplier
YES
Input frequency commands
Is the output frequency of the
operating unit displayed?
NO
Replace the control board
YES
Is there Voltage at T1,T2,T3
output terminals?
NO
Replace the control
board
YES
Connect the motor to run
Is the inverter operation OK
after board replacement?
YES
NO
Any abnormal value?
YES
NO
NO
Is the current on all phases
even?
NO
YES
Perform detailed check and
consult with the supplier
The inverter’s output is OK
5-8
5.3.4 The motor can not run
The motor can not run
Is MCCB On?
NO
YES
Can MCCB be turned On?
NO
Short circuited wiring
NO
1.The power is abnormal
2.Incorrect wiring
YES
Are voltages between power
terminals correct?
YES
Is LED lit?
NO
INVfault
NO
The operation switch is set to
“RUN” position
YES
Is the operation switch in UN??
YES
Are there outputs between the U,V,
and W terminals of the motor?
NO
INVfault
NO
INVfault
YES
Are outputs between U,V,W the
same?
YES
1. Motor
2. Motor faults
3. Incorrect wiring
5-9
5.3.5 Motor Overheating
M o to r O v e rh e a tin g
Is lo a d o r c u rre n t e x c e e d in g
th e s p e c ifie d v a lu e ?
YES
C o n s id e r re d u c in g th e lo a d a n d in c re a s in g
th e c a p a c itie s o f th e in v e rte r a n d m o to r
NO
Is m o to r ru n n in g a t lo w s p e e d
fo r a lo n g tim e ?
YES
S e le c t th e m o to r a g a in
NO
IN V fa u lts
YES
C le a r th e d e te rre n c e
YES
C o rre c t th e b a d c o n n e c tio n
NO
Is m o to r v o lta g e b e tw e e n U V ,V -W ,W -U c o rre c t?
YES
Is th e re a n y d e te rre n c e
p re v e n tin g c o o lin g o f th e
m o to r
NO
B a d c o n n e c tio n b e tw e e n d riv e
a n d th e m o to r
5-10
5.3.6 Motor runs unbalanced
Motor runs unevenly
Does it happen
during eceleration?
YES
Is the acceleration
time correct?
NO
YES
Are the output voltages
between U-V,V-W,W-U
balanced?
NO
NO
Increase the Acc/ Dec time
Reduce the load.Increase
capacities of INV and the motor.
INV faults
YES
Is the load fluctuating?
YES
Reduce the load fluctuation
or add a flywheel.
YES
Inspect the mechanical
system
NO
Any mechanical vibration or
gear backlash
NO
INV faults
5-11
5.4 Routine and periodic inspection
To ensure stable and safe operations, check and maintain the inverter at regular intervals.
Use the checklist below to carry out inspection.
Disconnect power after approximately 5 minutes to make sure no voltage is present on the output terminals
before any inspection or maintenance.
Items
Checking
period
Daily 1Year
Details
Methods
Criteria
Remedies
Environment & Ground connection
Ambient
conditions at
the installation
Confirm the temperature
and humidity at the machine
Installation
Grounding
Is the grounding resistance
correct?
◎
◎
Measure with
thermometer
and
hygrometer
Temperature:
-10 ~40°C
(14~120°F)
Humidity:
Below
95%RH
Improve the
ambient or
relocate the
drive to a
better area.
Measure the
resistance
with a
multi-tester
200Vclass:
below 100Ω
Improve the
grounding if
needed.
Visual check
Check with a
screwdriver
Correct
installation
requirement
Secure
terminals and
remove rust
Visual check
Correct wiring Rectify as
requirement
necessary
Measure the
voltage with a
multi-tester
Voltage must
conform with
the spec.
Improve input
voltage if
necessary.
Visual check
Correct
component
condition
Clean or
replace the
circuit board
Clean
components
Measure with
a multi-tester
No short
circuit or
broken circuit
in three
phase output
Consult with
the supplier
Terminals & Wiring
Connection
terminals
Wiring
Any loose parts or
terminals?
Any damage to the base ?
Any corroded Terminals?
Any broken wires?
Any damage to the wire
insulation?
◎
◎
◎
◎
◎
voltage
Input power
voltage
Is the voltage of the main
circuit correct?
Printed circuit
board
Any contamination or
damage to printed circuit
board?
◎
Any dust or debris
◎
◎
Circuit boards and components
Power
component
Check resistance between
terminals
◎
Cooling System
Unusual vibration and
noise?
Excessive dust or debris
◎
Heat sink
Excessive dust or debris
◎
Ventilation Path
Is the ventilation path
blocked?
◎
Cooling fan
◎
5-12
Visual and
sound check
Visual check
Correct
cooling
Consult with
the supplier
Clean the fan
Clean up
debris or dust
Clear the
path
5.5 Maintenance
To ensure long-term reliability, follow the instructions below to perform regular inspection. Turn the power off
and wait for a minimum of 5 minutes before inspection to avoid potential shock hazard from the charge stored in
high-capacity capacitors.
1. Maintenance Check List.
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
Ensure that temperature and humidity around the inverters is as required in the instruction
manual, installed away from any sources of heat and the correct ventilation is provided..
For replacement of a failed or damaged inverter consult with the local supplier.
Ensure that the installation area is free from dust and any other contamination.
Check and ensure that the ground connections are secure and correct.
Terminal screws must be tight, especially on the power input and output of the inverter.
Do not perform any insulation test on the control circuit.
2. Insulation test Method .
Single Phase
L1(L)
T1
Power
Source
INV
T2
L3(N)
Motor
T3
Dielectric
Withstand
Voltage Test
Three Phase
L1(L)
Power
Source
L2
T1
INV
L3(N)
T2
T3
Dielectric
Withstand
Voltage Test
5-13
Motor
Chapter 6 Peripherals Components
6.1 Reactor Specifications
Model: L510-□ □ □ -XXX-X □
2P2
2P5
201
202
203
401
402
403
Specification
Current (A)
Inductance (mH)
3.0
7.0
5.2
4.2
9.4
2.1
19.0
1.1
25.0
0.71
2.3
15.22
3.8
9.21
5.2
6.73
6.2 Electromagnetic Contactor and No fuse circuit breaker
Model: L510-□ □ □ -XXX-X □
1P2/1P5/2P2/2P5
101/201/202
203
401/402/403
Molded-case circuit breaker
made by TECO
Magnetic contactor
made by TECO
TO-50E 15A
TO-50E 20A
TO-50E 30A
TO-50E 15A
CN-11
6.3 Fuse Specification
Model: L510-□ □ □ -XXX-X □
1P2
1P5
101
2P2
2P5
201
202
203
401
402/403
HP
KW
Rating
0.25
0.5
1
0.25
0.5
1
2
3
1
2/3
0.2
0.4
0.75
0.2
0.4
0.75
1.5
2.2
0.75
1.5/2.2
10A , 300VAC
10A , 300VAC
20A , 300VAC
10A , 300VAC
10A , 300VAC
20A , 300VAC
30A , 300VAC
30A , 300VAC
5/10A , 600VAC
16/20A , 600VAC
6.4 Fuse Specification(UL Model Recommended)
Model
L510-1P2-H1X
L510-1P5-H1X
L510-101-H1X
L510-2P2-H1/H1F
L510-2P5-H1/H1F
L510-201-H1/H1F
L510-202-H1/H1F
L510-203-H1/H1F
L510-2P2-H3
Manufacture
Bussmann
Bussmann
Bussmann
Bussmann
Bussmann
Bussmann
Bussmann
Bussmann
Bussmann
6-1
Type
16CT
20CT
25ET
10CT
10CT/16CT
16CT/20CT
30FE
50FE
10CT
Rating
16A, 690VAC
20A, 690VAC
25A, 690VAC
10A, 690VAC
10A/16A, 690VAC
16A/20A, 690VAC
30A, 690VAC
50A, 690VAC
10A, 690VAC
(MC)
Manufacture
Bussmann
Bussmann
Bussmann
Bussmann
Bussmann
Bussmann
Bussmann
Model
L510-2P5-H3
L510-201-H3
L510-202-H3
L510-203-H3
L510-401-H3
L510-402-H3
L510-403-H3
Type
10CT
10CT
16CT
20CT
10CT
16CT
16CT
Rating
10A, 690VAC
10A, 690VAC
16A, 690VAC
20A, 690VAC
10A, 690VAC
16A, 690VAC
16A, 690VAC
6.5 Barking Resistor
Model :
L510-□□□-XXX
Braking detection
module
Parallel
Model
Number
(HP)
Rough of
Braking resistor
(KW)
(W)
(Ω)
Parallel
Number
ED(%) braking torque
(%)
401
-
-
1
0.75
60
750
-
8
123
402
-
-
2
1.5
150
400
-
10
117
403
-
-
3
2.2
200
250
-
8
123
※Note: Braking resistor : W= ( Vpnb * Vpnb ) * ED% / Rmin
1. W: The power consumption of braking action
2. Vpnb: The voltage of braking action (220V=380VDC, 440V=760VDC)
3. ED%: The efficiency period of braking action
4. Rmin: Adapt Minimum Resistor
6-2
Appendix I L510 parameters setting list
Customer
Inverter Model
Using Site
Contact Phone
Address
Parameter
Code
00-00
Setting
Content
Parameter
Code
03-04
Setting
Content
00-01
03-05
Parameter
Code
05-17
05-18
00-02
03-06
05-19
07-03
00-03
03-07
05-20
07-04
00-04
03-08
05-21
07-05
00-05
03-09
05-22
07-06
00-06
05-23
07-07
00-07
03-10
03-11
05-24
07-08
00-08
03-12
05-25
08-00
00-09
03-13
05-26
08-01
00-10
03-14
05-27
08-02
00-11
03-15
05-28
08-03
00-12
03-16
05-29
08-04
00-13
03-17
05-30
08-05
00-14
03-18
05-31
08-06
00-15
03-19
05-32
08-07
00-16
04-00
06-00
08-08
00-17
04-01
06-01
08-09
00-18
04-02
06-02
09-00
00-19
04-03
09-01
00-20
04-04
06-03
06-04
09-02
01-00
04-05
06-05
09-03
01-01
04-06
06-06
09-04
01-02
04-07
06-07
09-05
01-03
04-08
06-16
09-06
01-04
04-09
06-17
09-07
01-05
04-10
06-18
09-08
01-06
04-11
06-19
09-09
01-07
04-12
06-20
10-00
01-08
04-13
06-21
10-01
01-09
04-14
06-22
10-02
01-10
04-15
06-23
10-03
01-11
05-00
06-32
10-04
02-00
05-01
06-33
10-05
02-01
05-02
06-34
10-06
02-02
05-03
06-35
10-07
02-03
05-04
06-36
10-08
03-00
05-05
06-37
10-09
03-01
03-02
05-06
05-07
06-38
06-39
10-10
10-11
03-03
05-08
07-00
10-12
App1-1
Setting
Content
Parameter
Code
07-01
07-02
Setting
Content
Parameter
Code
10-13
Setting
Content
Parameter
Code
11-02
Setting
Content
Parameter
Code
12-03
10-14
11-03
12-04
10-15
11-04
12-05
10-16
11-05
13-00
10-17
11-06
13-01
10-18
11-07
13-02
10-19
11-08
13-03
10-20
11-09
13-04
10-21
10-22
11-00
11-01
11-11
12-00
12-01
12-02
13-05
13-06
13-07
13-08
App1-2
Setting
Content
Parameter
Code
Setting
Content
TECO Electric & Machinery Co., Ltd
Distributor
10F.,No.3-1 , Yuancyu St., Nangang District,
Taipei City 115, Taiwan
Tel: +886-2-6615-9111
Fax: +886-2-6615-0933
http://www.teco.com.tw
Ver: 02
2013.01
This manual may be modified when necessary because of improvement of the product,
modification, or change in specifications. This manual is subject to change without notice.
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