WJ200 Inverter Specifications
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the Hitachi WJ200 series inverter.
Please read this Quick Reference Guide (QRG) and Instruction manual, and understand
perfectly how to handle properly and the safety cautions of the product before operation, for
safety and proper usage.
Note that this QRG is intended for each product and should be delivered to the end user of the
inverter.
Safety precautions
Be sure to read this QRG and appended documents thoroughly before installing, operating the
inverter.
Maintenance and service items in this QRG are only caution related items. Read the
Instruction manual carefully before starting the maintenance and service. (Instruction manual
can be downloaded from our website.)
In the Instruction Manual, safety instructions are classified into two levels, namely WARNING
and CAUTION.
WARNING :
CAUTION
Indicates that incorrect handling may cause hazardous situations, which may
result in serious personal injury or death.
: Indicates that incorrect handling may cause hazardous situations, which may
result in moderate or slight personal injury or physical damage alone.
CAUTION
Note that even a
level situation may lead to a serious consequence according
to circumstances. Be sure to follow every safety instruction, which contains important safety
information. Also focus on and observe the items and instructions described under "Notes" in
the text.
CAUTION
Many of the drawings in the Instruction Manual show the inverter with covers and/or parts blocking
your view being removed.
Do not operate the inverter in the status shown in those drawings. If you have removed the covers
and/or parts, be sure to reinstall them in their original positions before starting operation, and follow
all instructions in the Instruction Manual when operating the inverter.
1. Installation
CAUTION
- Install the inverter on a non-flammable surface, e.g., metal. Otherwise, you run the risk of fire.
- Do not place flammable materials near the installed inverter. Otherwise, you run the risk of fire.
- When carrying the inverter, do not hold its top cover. Otherwise, you run the risk of injury and
damage by dropping the inverter.
- Prevent foreign matter (e.g., cut pieces of wire, sputtering welding materials, iron chips, wire, and
dust) from entering the inverter. Otherwise, you run the risk of fire.
- Install the inverter on a structure able to bear the weight specified in this document. Otherwise, you
run the risk of injury due to the inverter falling.
- Install the inverter on a vertical wall that is free of vibrations. Otherwise, you run the risk of injury
due to the inverter falling.
- Do not install and operate the inverter if it is damaged or its parts are missing. Otherwise, you run
the risk of injury.
- Install the inverter in a well-ventilated indoor site not exposed to direct sunlight. Avoid places where
the inverter is exposed to high temperature, high humidity, condensation, dust, explosive gases,
corrosive gases, flammable gases, grinding fluid mist, or salt water. Otherwise, you run the risk of
fire.
- The inverter is precision equipment. Do not allow it to fall or be subject to high impacts, step on it,
or place a heavy load on it. Doing so may cause the inverter to fail.
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2. Wiring
WARNING
- Be sure to ground the inverter. Otherwise, you run the risk of electric shock or fire.
- Commit wiring work to a qualified electrician. Otherwise, you run the risk of electric shock or fire.
- Before wiring, make sure that the power supply is off. Otherwise, you run the risk of electric shock or
fire.
- Perform wiring only after installing the inverter. Otherwise, you run the risk of electric shock or injury.
- The inverter must be powered OFF before you change any of the slide switch settings. Otherwise,
you run the risk of electric shock or injury.
CAUTION
-
Make sure that the voltage of AC power supply matches the rated voltage of your inverter.
Otherwise, you run the risk of injury or fire.
Do not input single-phase power into the 3-phase inverter. Otherwise, you run the risk of fire.
Do not connect AC power supply to any of the output terminals (U, V, and W). Otherwise, you run
the risk of injury or fire.
Connect an earth-leakage breaker to the power input circuit. Otherwise, you run the risk of fire.
Use only the power cables, earth-leakage breaker, and magnetic contactors that have the specified
capacity (ratings). Otherwise, you run the risk of fire.
Do not use the magnetic contactor installed on the primary and secondary sides of the inverter to
stop its operation.
Tighten each screw to the specified torque. No screws must be left loose. Otherwise, you run the
risk of fire
Before operating slide switch in the inverter, be sure to turn off the power supply. Otherwise, you run
the risk of electric shock and injury.
Please make sure that earth or ground screw is tightened properly and completely.
First, check the screws of output terminal (U, V and W) are properly tightened, and then tighten the
screws of input terminal (R,S and T)
3. Operation
WARNING
- While power is supplied to the inverter, even if the inverter has stopped, do not touch any terminal or
internal part of the inverter, insert a bar in it, check signals, or connect or disconnect any wire or
connector. Otherwise, you run the risk of electric shock, injury or fire.
- Be sure to close the terminal block cover before turning on the inverter power. Do not open the
terminal block cover while power is being supplied to the inverter or voltage remains inside.
Otherwise, you run the risk of electric shock.
- Do not operate switches with wet hands. Otherwise, you run the risk of electric shock.
- If the retry mode has been selected, the inverter will restart suddenly after a break in the tripping
status. Stay away from the machine controlled by the inverter when the inverter is under such
circumstances. (Design the machine so that human safety can be ensured, even when the inverter
restarts suddenly.) Otherwise, you run the risk of injury.
- Do not select the retry mode for controlling an elevating or traveling device because output
free-running status occurs in retry mode. Otherwise, you run the risk of injury or damage to the
machine controlled by the inverter.
- If an operation command has been input to the inverter before a short-term power failure, the
inverter may restart operation after the power recovery. If such a restart may put persons in danger,
design a control circuit that disables the inverter from restarting after power recovery. Otherwise,
you run the risk of injury.
- Prepare the additional emergency stop switch in addition to the stop key of the integrated operator
and/or the optional operator. Otherwise, there is a danger of injury.
- If an operation command has been input to the inverter before the inverter enters alarm status, the
inverter will restart suddenly when the alarm status is reset. Before resetting the alarm status, make
sure that no operation command has been input.
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CAUTION
- Do not touch the heat sink, which heats up during the inverter operation. Otherwise, you run the risk
of burn injury.
- The inverter allows you to easily control the speed of motor or machine operations. Before operating
the inverter, confirm the capacity and ratings of the motor or machine controlled by the inverter.
Otherwise, you run the risk of injury.
- Install an external brake system if needed. Otherwise, you run the risk of injury.
- When using the inverter to operate a standard motor at a frequency of over 60 Hz, check the
allowable motor speeds with the manufacturers of the motor and the machine to be driven and obtain
their consent before starting inverter operation. Otherwise, you run the risk of damage to the motor
and machine.
- During inverter operation, check the motor for the direction of rotation, abnormal sound, and
vibrations. Otherwise, you run the risk of damage to the machine driven by the motor.
- HIGH VOLTAGE: Dangerous voltage exists even after the Safe Stop is activated. It does NOT mean
that the main power has been removed.
4. Maintenance, inspection, and parts replacement
WARNING
- Before inspecting the inverter, be sure to turn off the power supply and wait for 10 minutes or more.
Otherwise, you run the risk of electric shock. (Before inspection, confirm that the Charge lamp on
the inverter is off.)
- Commit only a designated person to maintenance, inspection, and the replacement of parts. (Be
sure to remove wristwatches and metal accessories, e.g., bracelets, before maintenance and
inspection work and to use insulated tools for the work.) Otherwise, you run the risk of electric
shock and injury.
- Do not rely upon the STO feature to disconnect the power from the motor circuit. It is required isolate
the supply before any maintenance is carried out on the motor circuit. See Functional Safety for
detail.
5. Others
CAUTION
- Do not discard the inverter with household waste. Contact an industrial waste management company
in your area who can treat industrial waste without polluting the environment.
WARNING
- Never modify the inverter. Otherwise, you run the risk of electric shock and injury.
6. When using Safe Stop Function
WARNING
- When using Safe Stop function, make sure to check whether the safe stop function properly works
when installation (before starting operation). Please carefully refer to Functional Safety for detail.
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UL Cautions, Warnings and Instructions
Warnings and Cautions for Troubleshooting and Maintenance
(Standard to comply with : UL508C,CSA C22.2 No.14-05)
Warning Markings
GENERAL:
These devices are open type Power Conversion Equipment. They are intended to be used
in an enclosure. Insulated gate bipolar transistor (IGBT) incorporating microprocessor
technology. They are operated from a single or three-phase source of supply, and intended
to control three-phase induction motors by means of a variable frequency output. The units
are intended for general-purpose industrial applications.
MARKING REQUIREMENTS:
Ratings - Industrial control equipment shall be plainly marked with the Listee’s name,
trademark, File number, or other descriptive marking by which the organization responsible
for the product may be identified;
a) “Maximum surrounding air temperature rating of 50 ºC.”
b) “Solid State motor overload protection reacts with max. 150 % of FLA”.
c) “Install device in pollution degree 2 environment.”
d) “Suitable for use on a circuit capable of delivering not more than 100,000 rms
Symmetrical Amperes, 240 or 480 Volts Maximum.”
e) “When Protected by CC, G, J or R Class Fuses.” or “When Protected By A Circuit
Breaker Having An Interrupting Rating Not Less Than 100,000 rms Symmetrical
Amperes, 240 or 480 Volts Maximum.”
f) “Integral solid state short circuit protection does not provide branch circuit protection.
Branch circuit protection must be provided in accordance with the National Electrical
Code and any additional local codes.”
g) “Motor over temperature protection is not provided by the drive.”
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Terminal symbols and Screw size
Inverter Model
WJ200-001S
WJ200-002S
WJ200-004S
WJ200-007S
WJ200-015S
WJ200-022S
WJ200-001L
WJ200-002L
WJ200-004L
WJ200-007L
WJ200-015L
WJ200-022L
WJ200-037L
WJ200-055L
WJ200-075L
WJ200-110L
WJ200-150L
WJ200-004H
WJ200-007H
WJ200-015H
WJ200-022H
WJ200-030H
WJ200-040H
WJ200-055H
WJ200-075H
WJ200-110H
WJ200-150H
Screw Size
Required
Torque (N-m)
Wire range
M3.5
1.0
AWG16 (1.3mm )
M4
1.4
AWG12 (3.3mm )
M4
1.4
AWG10 (5.3mm )
M3.5
1.0
AWG16 (1.3mm )
M4
M4
M4
1.4
1.4
1.4
AWG14 (2.1mm )
2
AWG12 (3.3mm )
2
AWG10 (5.3mm )
M5
3.0
AWG6 (13mm )
M6
M8
3.9 to 5.1
5.9 to 8.8
AWG4 (21mm )
2
AWG2 (34mm )
M4
1.4
AWG16 (1.3mm )
M4
1.4
AWG14 (2.1mm )
M4
1.4
AWG12 (3.3mm )
M5
3.0
AWG10 (5.3mm )
M6
3.9 to 5.1
AWG6 (13mm )
5
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
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Fuse Sizes
Distribution fuse size marking is included in the manual to indicate that the unit shall be
connected with a Listed Cartridge Nonrenewable fuse, rated 600 Vac with the current ratings as
shown in the table below or Type E Combination Motor Controller marking is included in the
manual to indicate that the unit shall be connected with, LS Industrial System Co.,Ltd,Type E
Combination Motor Controller MMS Series with the ratings as shown in the table below:
Inverter Model
Type
Fuse Rating
WJ200-001S
WJ200-002S
WJ200-004S
10A, AIC 200kA
WJ200-007S
20A, AIC 200kA
WJ200-015S
WJ200-022S
30A, AIC 200kA
WJ200-001L
WJ200-002L
WJ200-004L
10A, AIC 200kA
WJ200-007L
WJ200-015L
15A, AIC 200kA
WJ200-022L
20A, AIC 200kA
WJ200-037L
WJ200-055L
WJ200-075L
Type E CMC
MMS-32H,240V,40A
MMS-32H,240V,40A
30A, AIC 200kA
Class J
60A, AIC 200kA
MMS-100H,240V,80A
WJ200-110L
WJ200-150L
80A, AIC 200kA
WJ200-004H
WJ200-007H
WJ200-015H
WJ200-022H
10A, AIC 200kA
WJ200-030H
WJ200-040H
15A, AIC 200kA
WJ200-055H
WJ200-075H
30A, AIC 200kA
WJ200-110H
WJ200-150H
50A, AIC 200kA
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MMS-32H,480V,40A
or
MMS-63H,480V,52A
Inverter Specification Label
The Hitachi WJ200 inverters have product labels located on the right side of the housing, as
pictured below. Be sure to verify that the specifications on the labels match your power
source, and application safety requirements.
Model name
Input ratings
Output ratings
MFG number
Inverter Specification Label
The model number for a specific inverter contains useful information about its operating
characteristics. Refer to the model number legend below:
WJ200
001
S
F
Configuration type
F=with keypad
Series name
Input voltage:
S=Single-phase 200V class
L=Three-phase 200V class
H=Three-phase 400V class
Applicable motor capacity in kW
001=0.1kW
037=3.7kW
002=0.2kW
040=4.0kW
004=0.4kW
055=5.5kW
007=0.75kW
075=7.5kW
015=1.5kW
110=11kW
022=2.2kW
150=15kW
030=3.0kW
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WJ200 Inverter Specifications
Model-specific tables for 200V and 400V class inverters
The following tables are specific to WJ200 inverters for the 200V and 400V class model
groups. Note that “General Specifications” on the following three pages apply to both
voltage class groups. Footnotes for all specification tables follow the table below.
Item
WJ200 inverters, 200V models
Applicable motor size
kW
HP
Rated capacity (kVA)
200V
240V
Rated input voltage
Rated output voltage
Rated output current (A)
VT
CT
VT
CT
VT
CT
VT
CT
VT
CT
Starting torque
Braking
Without resistor
With resistor
DC braking
Weight
kg
lb
Single-phase 200V class Specifications
001SF
002SF
004SF
007SF
015SF
022SF
0.2
0.4
0.55
1.1
2.2
3.0
0.1
0.2
0.4
0.75
1.5
2.2
1/4
1/2
3/4
1.5
3
4
1/8
1/4
1/2
1
2
3
0.4
0.6
1.2
2.0
3.3
4.1
0.2
0.5
1.0
1.7
2.7
3.8
0.4
0.7
1.4
2.4
3.9
4.9
0.3
0.6
1.2
2.0
3.3
4.5
Single-phase: 200V-15% to 240V +10%, 50/60Hz ±5%
Three-phase: 200 to 240V (proportional to input voltage)
1.2
1.9
3.5
6.0
9.6
12.0
1.0
1.6
3.0
5.0
8.0
11.0
200% at 0.5Hz
70%: ≤ 50Hz 20%: ≤ 50Hz
100%: ≤ 50Hz
50%: ≤ 60Hz 20%: ≤ 60Hz
50%: ≤ 60Hz
150%
100%
Variable operating frequency, time, and braking force
1.0
1.0
1.1
1.6
1.8
1.8
2.2
2.2
2.4
3.5
4.0
4.0
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WJ200 Inverter Specifications, continued…
Item
WJ200 inverters, 200V models
Applicable motor size
kW
HP
Rated capacity (kVA)
200V
240V
Rated input voltage
Rated output voltage
Rated output current (A)
VT
CT
VT
CT
VT
CT
VT
CT
VT
CT
Starting torque
Braking
Without resistor
With resistor
DC braking
Weight
kg
lb
Item
WJ200 inverters, 200V models
Applicable motor size
kW
HP
Rated capacity (kVA)
200V
240V
Rated input voltage
Rated output voltage
Rated output current (A)
VT
CT
VT
CT
VT
CT
VT
CT
VT
CT
Starting torque
Braking
Without resistor
With resistor
DC braking
Weight
Kg
lb
Three-phase 200V class Specifications
001LF
002LF
004LF
007LF
015LF
022LF
0.2
0.4
0.75
1.1
2.2
3.0
0.1
0.2
0.4
0.75
1.5
2.2
1/4
1/2
1
1.5
3
4
1/8
1/4
1/2
1
2
3
0.4
0.6
1.2
2.0
3.3
4.1
0.2
0.5
1.0
1.7
2.7
3.8
0.4
0.7
1.4
2.4
3.9
4.9
0.3
0.6
1.2
2.0
3.3
4.5
Three-phase: 200V-15% to 240V +10%, 50/60Hz ±5%
Three-phase: 200 to 240V (proportional to input voltage)
1.2
1.9
3.5
6.0
9.6
12.0
1.0
1.6
3.0
5.0
8.0
11.0
200% at 0.5Hz
70%: ≤ 50Hz 20%: ≤ 50Hz
100%: ≤ 50Hz
50%: ≤ 60Hz 20%: ≤ 60Hz
50%: ≤ 60Hz
150%
100%
Variable operating frequency, time, and braking force
1.0
1.0
1.1
1.2
1.6
1.8
2.2
2.2
2.4
2.6
3.5
4.0
Three-phase 200V class Specifications
037LF
055LF
075LF
110LF
150LF
5.5
7.5
11
15
18.5
3.7
5.5
7.5
11
15
7.5
10
15
20
25
5
7.5
10
15
20
6.7
10.3
13.8
19.3
20.7
6.0
8.6
11.4
16.2
20.7
8.1
12.4
16.6
23.2
24.9
7.2
10.3
13.7
19.5
24.9
Three-phase: 200V-15% to 240V +10%, 50/60Hz ±5%
Three-phase: 200 to 240V (proportional to input voltage)
19.6
30.0
40.0
56.0
69.0
17.5
25.0
33.0
47.0
60.0
200% at 0.5Hz
20%: ≤ 50Hz
20%: ≤ 60Hz
100%
80%
Variable operating frequency, time, and braking force
2.0
3.3
3.4
5.1
7.4
4.4
7.3
7.5
11.2
16.3
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WJ200 Inverter Specifications, continued…
Item
WJ200 inverters, 400V models
Applicable motor size
kW
HP
Rated capacity (kVA)
380V
480V
Rated input voltage
Rated output voltage
Rated output current (A)
VT
CT
VT
CT
VT
CT
VT
CT
VT
CT
Starting torque
Braking
Without resistor
With resistor
DC braking
Weight
kg
lb
Item
WJ200 inverters, 400V models
Applicable motor size
kW
HP
Rated capacity (kVA)
380V
480V
Rated input voltage
Rated output voltage
Rated output current (A)
VT
CT
VT
CT
VT
CT
VT
CT
VT
CT
Starting torque
Braking
Without resistor
With resistor
DC braking
Weight
kg
lb
Three-phase 400V class Specifications
004HF
007HF
015HF
022HF
030HF
040HF
0.75
1.5
2.2
3.0
4.0
5.5
0.4
0.75
1.5
2.2
3.0
4.0
1
2
3
4
5
7.5
1/2
1
2
3
4
5
1.3
2.6
3.5
4.5
5.7
7.3
1.1
2.2
3.1
3.6
4.7
6.0
1.7
3.4
4.4
5.7
7.3
9.2
1.4
2.8
3.9
4.5
5.9
7.6
Three-phase: 400V-15% to 480V +10%, 50/60Hz ±5%
Three-phase: 400 to 480V (proportional to input voltage)
2.1
4.1
5.4
6.9
8.8
11.1
1.8
3.4
4.8
5.5
7.2
9.2
200% at 0.5Hz
70%: ≤ 50Hz
20%: ≤ 50Hz
100%: ≤ 50Hz
50%: ≤ 60Hz
20%: ≤ 60Hz
50%: ≤ 60Hz
150%
100%
Variable operating frequency, time, and braking force
1.5
1.6
1.8
1.9
1.9
2.1
3.3
3.5
4.0
4.2
4.2
4.6
Three-phase 400V class Specifications
055HF
075HF
110HF
150HF
7.5
11
15
18.5
5.5
7.5
11
15
10
15
20
25
7.5
10
15
20
11.5
15.1
20.4
25.0
9.7
11.8
15.7
20.4
14.5
19.1
25.7
31.5
12.3
14.9
19.9
25.7
Three-phase: 400V-15% to 480V +10%, 50/60Hz ±5%
Three -phase: 400 to 480V (proportional to input voltage)
17.5
23.0
31.0
38.0
14.8
18.0
24.0
31.0
200% at 0.5Hz
20%: ≤ 50Hz
20%: ≤ 60Hz
80%
Variable operating frequency, time, and braking force
3.5
3.5
4.7
5.2
7.7
7.7
10.4
11.5
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The following table shows which models need derating.
1-ph 200V class
Need
derating
-
-


-
-
-
-
-
-
-
WJ200-001S
WJ200-002S
WJ200-004S
WJ200-007S
WJ200-015S
WJ200-022S
-
-
-
-
-
:need derating
-:need no derating
3-ph 200V class
WJ200-001L
WJ200-002L
WJ200-004L
WJ200-007L
WJ200-015L
WJ200-022L
WJ200-037L
WJ200-055L
WJ200-075L
WJ200-110L
WJ200-150L
Need
derating
-


-
-
-

-



3-ph 400V class
WJ200-004H
WJ200-007H
WJ200-015H
WJ200-022H
WJ200-030H
WJ200-040H
WJ200-055H
WJ200-075H
WJ200-110H
WJ200-150H
-
Need
derating


-
-
-

-



-
Use the derating curves to help determine the optimal carrier frequency setting for your
inverter and find the output current derating. Be sure to use the proper curve for your
particular WJ200 inverter model number. For the detail of the derating curves, please refer
to Instruction manual. (Instruction manual can be downloaded from our website)
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Basic System Description
A motor control system will obviously include a motor and inverter, as well as a circuit
breaker or fuses for safety. If you are connecting a motor to the inverter on a test bench
just to get started, that’s all you may need for now. But a system can also have a variety of
additional components. Some can be for noise suppression, while others may enhance the
inverter’s braking performance. The figure and table below show a system with all the
optional components you might need in your finished application.
From power supply
Name
Breaker,
MCCB or
GFI
Breaker /
disconnect
Input-side
AC Reactor
Radio noise filter
L1 L2 L3
+1
Inverter
+
EMC filter *1 (for
CE applications,
see Appendix D)
Radio noise filter
(use in non-CE
applications)
DC link choke
Radio noise filter
GND
T1 T2 T3
Output-side
AC Reactor
LCR filter
M
Function
A molded-case circuit breaker (MCCB), ground fault
interrupter (GFI), or a fused disconnect device. NOTE: The
installer must refer to the NEC and local codes to ensure
safety and compliance.
This is useful in suppressing harmonics induced on the
power supply lines and for improving the power factor.
WARNING: Some applications must use an input-side AC
Reactor to prevent inverter damage. See Warning on next
page.
Electrical noise interference may occur on nearby
equipment such as a radio receiver. This magnetic choke
filter helps reduce radiated noise (can also be used on
output).
Reduces the conducted noise on the power supply wiring
between the inverter and the power distribution system.
Connect to the inverter primary (input) side.
This capacitive filter reduces radiated noise from the main
power wires in the inverter input side.
Suppress harmonics generated by the inverter. However, it
will not protect the input diode bridge rectifier.
Electrical noise interference may occur on nearby
equipment such as a radio receiver. This magnetic choke
filter helps reduce radiated noise (can also be used on
input).
This reactor reduces the vibration in the motor caused by
the inverter’s switching waveforms, by smoothing the
waveform to approximate commercial power quality. It is
also useful to reduce harmonics when wiring from the
inverter to the motor is more than 10m in length.
Sine wave shaping filter for output side.
Note 1) For CE application, please refer to page 91, “CE-EMC Installation Guideline”.
Thermal
switch
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Determining Wire and Fuse Sizes
The maximum motor current in your application determines the recommended wire size.
The following table gives the wire size in AWG. The “Power Lines” column applies to the
inverter input power, output wires to the motor, the earth ground connection, and any other
components shown in the “Basic System Description” on page 12. The “Signal Lines”
column applies to any wire connecting to the two green connectors just inside the front
cover panel.
Motor Output
kW
HP
Wiring
Inverter Model
Power Lines
VT CT VT CT
0.2 0.1
0.4 0.2
0.55 0.4
¼
½
¾
Signal Lines
1/8
¼
½
WJ200-001SF
WJ200-002SF
WJ200-004SF
AWG16 / 1.3mm
(75°C only)
1
WJ200-007SF
AWG12 / 3.3mm
(75°C only)
2
3
1/8
¼
½
1
WJ200-015SF
WJ200-022SF
WJ200-001LF
WJ200-002LF
WJ200-004LF
WJ200-007LF
Applicable
equipment
Fuse (UL-rated,
class J, 600V ,
Maximum
allowable current)
2
10A
2
1.1 0.75 1.5
2.2
3.0
0.2
0.4
0.75
1.1
1.5 3
2.2 4
0.1 ¼
0.2 ½
0.4 1
0.75 1.5
2.2 1.5
3
2
WJ200-015LF
3.0 2.2
4
3
WJ200-022LF
5.5 3.7
7.5
5
WJ200-037LF
7.5 5.5
11 7.5
10
15
7.5
10
WJ200-055LF
WJ200-075LF
15
11
20
15
WJ200-110LF
18.5 15
25
20
WJ200-150LF
0.75
1.5
2.2
3.0
4.0
1
2
3
4
5
½
1
2
3
4
WJ200-004HF
WJ200-007HF
WJ200-015HF
WJ200-022HF
WJ200-030HF
5.5 4.0
7.5
5
WJ200-040HF
7.5 5.5
11 7.5
10
15
7.5
10
WJ200-055HF
WJ200-075HF
15
11
20
15
WJ200-110HF
18.5 15
25
20
WJ200-150HF
0.4
0.75
1.5
2.2
3.0
20A
2
30A
2
10A
2
15A
AWG10 / 5.3mm
AWG16 / 1.3mm
AWG14 / 2.1mm
(75°C only)
2
AWG12 / 3.3mm
(75°C only)
2
AWG10 / 5.3mm
(75°C only)
2
AWG6 / 13mm
(75°C only)
2
AWG4 / 21mm
(75°C only)
2
AWG2 / 34mm
(75°C only)
20A
18 to 28
AWG / 0.14
2
to 0.75 mm
shielded wire
(see Note 4)
30A
60A
80A
80A
2
AWG16 / 1.3mm
10A
2
AWG14 / 2.1mm
2
AWG12 / 3.3mm
(75°C only)
2
AWG10/ 5.3mm
(75°C only)
2
AWG6 / 13mm
(75°C only)
2
AWG6 / 13mm
(75°C only)
15A
30A
50A
50A
Note 1: Field wiring must be made by a UL-Listed and CSA-certified closed-loop terminal
connector sized for the wire gauge involved. Connector must be fixed by using
the crimping tool specified by the connector manufacturer.
Note 2: Be sure to consider the capacity of the circuit breaker to be used.
Note 3: Be sure to use a larger wire gauge if power line length exceeds 66ft. (20m).
2
Note 4: Use 18 AWG / 0.75mm wire for the alarm signal wire ([AL0], [AL1], [AL2]
terminals).
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Wire the Inverter Input to a Supply
In this step, you will connect wiring to the input of the inverter. First, you must determine
whether the inverter model you have required three-phase power only, or single-phase
power only. All models have the same power connection terminals [R/L1], [S/L2], and
[T/L3]. So you must refer to the specifications label (on the side of the inverter) for
the acceptable power source types! For inverters that can accept single-phase
power and are connected that way, terminal [S/L2] will remain unconnected.
Note the use of ring lug connectors for a secure connection.
Single-phase 200V 0.1 to 0.4kW
Three-phase 200V 0.1 to 0.75kW
Single-phase
RB
L1
+1
Three-phase
+
-
N U/T1 V/T2 W/T3
Power input
Chassis Ground (M4)
Output to Motor
RB PD/+1 P/+ N/R/L1 S/L2 T/L3 U/T1 V/T2 W/T3
Power input
Output to Motor
Single-phase 200V 0.75 to 2.2kW
Three-phase 200V 1.5, 2.2kW
Three-phase 400V 0.4 to 3.0kW
Single-phase
RB
L1
+1
Three-phase
+
-
N U/T1 V/T2 W/T3
Power input
Chassis Ground (M4)
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Output to Motor
RB PD/+1 P/+ N/R/L1 S/L2 T/L3 U/T1 V/T2 W/T3
Power input
Output to Motor
Three-phase 200V
Three-phase 400V
3.7kW
4.0kW
R/L1
S/L2
RB
PD/+1
P/+
T/L3
U/T1 V/T2 W/T3
N/-
Chassis Ground (M4)
Power input
Three-phase 200V
Three-phase 400V
5.5, 7.5kW
5.5, 7.5kW
R/L1 S/L2
T/L3
U/T1 V/T2 W/T3
P/+
N/-
RB
PD/+1
Power input
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Output to Motor
G
G
Output to Motor
Three-phase 200V 11kW
Three-phase 400V 11, 15kW
R/L1 S/L2
T/L3
U/T1 V/T2 W/T3
P/+
N/-
RB
PD/+1
Power input
Three-phase 200V
G
G
Output to Motor
15kW
R/L1 S/L2
T/L3
U/T1 V/T2 W/T3
P/+
N/-
RB
PD/+1
Power input
G
G
Output to Motor
NOTE: An inverter powered by a portable power generator may receive a distorted power
waveform, overheating the generator. In general, the generator capacity should be five
times that of the inverter (kVA).
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Using the Front Panel Keypad
Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with the keypad layout shown in the figure
below. The display is used in programming the inverter’s parameters, as well as monitoring
specific parameter values during operation.
(1) POWER LED
(4) RUN LED
(5) Monitor LED [Hz]
(2) ALARM LED
(6) Monitor LED [A]
(3) Program LED
(8) 7-seg LED
(7) Run command LED
8888
RUN
PWR
Hz
ALM
A
PRG
(15) USB connector
(10) STOP/RESET key
(9) RUN key
RUN
1
STOP
RESET
ESC
2
SET
(11) ESC key
(12) Up key
(13) Down key
(16) RJ45 connector
(14) SET key
Key and Indicator Legend
Items
(1) POWER LED
(2) ALARM LED
(3) Program LED
(4) RUN LED
(5) Monitor LED [Hz]
(6) Monitor LED [A]
(7) Run command LED
(8) 7-seg LED
(9) RUN key
(10) STOP/RESET key
(11) ESC key
(12) Up key
(13) Down key
(14) SET key
(15) USB connector
(16) RJ45 connector
Contents
Turns ON (Green) while the inverter is powered up.
Turns ON (Red) when the inverter trips.
 Turns ON (Green) when the display shows changeable parameter.
 Blinks when there is a mismatch in setting.
Turns ON (Green) when the inverter is driving the motor.
Turns ON (Green) when the displayed data is frequency related.
Turns ON (Green) when the displayed data is current related.
Turns ON (Green) when a Run command is set to the operator. (Run key is effective.)
Shows each parameter, monitors etc.
Makes inverter run.
 Makes inverter decelerates to a stop.
 Reset the inverter when it is in trip situation
 Go to the top of next function group, when a function mode is shown
 Cancel the setting and return to the function code, when a data is shown
 Moves the cursor to a digit left, when it is in digit-to-digit setting mode
 Pressing for 1 second leads to display data of δ001, regardless of current display.
 Increase or decrease the data.
 Pressing the both keys at the same time gives you the digit-to-digit edit.
 Go to the data display mode when a function code is shown
 Stores the data and go back to show the function code, when data is shown.
 Moves the cursor to a digit right, when it is in digit-to-digit display mode
Connect USB connector (mini-B) for using PC communication
Connect RJ45 jack for remote operator
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Keys, Modes, and Parameters
The purpose of the keypad is to provide a way to
change modes and parameters. The term function
applies to both monitoring modes and parameters.
These are all accessible through function codes that are
primary 4-character codes. The various functions are
separated into related groups identifiable by the
left-most character, as the table shows.
Function
Group
“d”
“F”
“A”
“b”
“C”
“H”
“P”
“U”
“E”
RUN
8888
RUN
1
STOP
RESET
ESC
2
SET
Type (Category) of Function
Mode to Access
Monitoring functions
Main profile parameters
Standard functions
Fine tuning functions
Intelligent terminal functions
Motor constant related functions
Pulse train input, torque, EzSQ, and
communication related functions
User selected parameters
Error codes
Monitor
Program
Program
Program
Program
Program
PWR
Hz
ALM
A
PGM
PRG LED
Indicator






Program

Program
−

−
You can see from the following page how to monitor and/or program the parameters.
Keypad Navigation Map
The WJ200 Series inverter drives have many programmable functions and parameters.
The following pages will cover these in detail, but you need to access just a few items to
perform the powerup test. The menu structure makes use of function codes and parameter
codes to allow programming and monitoring with only a 4-digit display and keys and LEDs.
So, it is important to become familiar with the basic navigation map of parameters and
functions in the diagram below. You may later use this map as a reference.
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Func. code display
SET
Group "d"
Func. code display
: Moves to data display
SET
δ001

0.00
ESC

δ002
Func. code display
ESC : Jumps to the next group
δ104
ESC
Group "F"
Func. code display
Save
SET
Φ001

50.00

Φ002
Φ004
SET
ESC
SET
ESC
Data display (F001 to F003)
Data does not blink because of real time synchronizing
ESC
Group "A"
Func. code display
SET
: Saves the data in EEPROM
and returns to func. code display.
ESC
: Returns to func. code display without saving data.
SET
Α001

00

SET
ESC
SET
ESC
Α002
Α165
ESC
Group "b"
50.01
β 001
01
Data display
When data is changed, the display
starts blinking, which means that
new data has not been activated yet.
SET
: Saves the data in EEPROM and
returns to func. code display.
ESC
: Cancels the data change and
returns to func. code display.
Press the both up and down key at the same

time in func. code or data display, then

single-digit edit mode will be enabled.
Refer to 2-34 for further information.
NOTE: Pressing the [ESC] key will make the display go to the top of next function group,
regardless the display contents. (e.g. Α021  [ESC]  β001)
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[Setting example]
After power ON, changing from 0.00 display to change the Α002 (Run command source)
data.
 Press [ESC] key to show
the function code
 Data of δ001 will be shown on the
display after the first power ON
ESC
0.00
δ001
ESC
SET
 Press [ESC] key to move
on to the function group Φ001
Φ001
ESC
 Press [ESC] key Once to move
on to the function group Α001.
Α001


 Press Up key to change increase
function code (Α001  Α002)
 Press SET key to display the data of Α002
SET
Display is solid lighting.
Α002
02
ESC

 Press up key to increase the
data (02  01)

SET
01
 Press SET key to set
and save the data
When data is changed, the display
starts blinking, which means that new
data has not been activated yet.
SET :Fixes and stores the data and moves back to the function code
ESC :Cancels the change and moves back to the function code
Function code δxxx are for monitor and not possible to change.
Function codes Φxxx other than Φ004 are reflected on the performance just after changing the
data (before pressing SET key), and there will be no blinking.
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When a function code is shown…
ESC key
Move on to the next function group
SET key
Move on to the data display
When a data is shown…
Cancels the change and moves back to the
function code
Fix and stores the data and moves back to
the function code

key
Increase function code
Increase data value

key
Decrease function code
Decrease data value
 Note
Keep pressing [ESC] key for more than 1 second leads to d001 display, regardless the display situation. But
note that the display will circulates while keep pressing the [ESC] key because of the original function of the
key.
(e.g. Φ001  Α001  β001  Χ001  … displays 50.00 after 1 second)
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Connecting to PLCs and Other Devices
Hitachi inverters (drives) are useful in many types of applications. During installation, the
inverter keypad (or other programming device) will facilitate the initial configuration. After
installation, the inverter will generally receive its control commands through the control
logic connector or serial interface from another controlling device. In a simple application
such as single-conveyor speed control, a Run/Stop switch and potentiometer will give the
operator all the required control. In a sophisticated application, you may have a
programmable logic controller (PLC) as the system controller, with several connections to
the inverter.
It is not possible to cover all the possible types of application in this QRG. It will be
necessary for you to know the electrical characteristics of the devices you want to connect
to the inverter. Then, this section and the following sections on I/O terminal functions can
help you quickly and safely connect those devices to the inverter.
CAUTION: It is possible to damage the inverter or other devices if your application
exceeds the maximum current or voltage characteristics of a connection point.
The connections between the inverter and
other devices rely on the electrical input/output
characteristics at both ends of each connection,
shown in the diagram to the right. The
inverter’s configurable inputs accept either a
sourcing or sinking output from an external
device (such as PLC). The following
page chapter shows the inverter’s internal
electrical component(s) at each I/O terminal. In
some cases, you will need to insert a power
source in the interface wiring.
WJ200 inverter
Input
circuit
signal
return
Output
circuit
Output
circuit
signal
return
Input
circuit
Other device
WJ200 inverter
P24
+-
24V
1
2
…
In order to avoid equipment damage and get
your application running smoothly, we
recommend drawing a schematic of each
connection between the inverter and the other
device. Include the internal components of
each device in the schematic, so that it makes
a complete circuit loop.
Other device
3
Input
circuits
…
After making the schematic, then:
7
1. Verify that the current and voltage for each
GND
connection is within the operating limits of
L
each device.
2. Make sure that the logic sense (active high or active low) of any ON/OFF connection is
correct.
3. Check the zero and span (curve end points) for analog connections, and be sure the
scale factor from input to output is correct.
4. Understand what will happen at the system level if any particular device suddenly
loses power, or powers up after other devices.
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Example Wiring Diagram
The schematic diagram below provides a general example of logic connector wiring, in
addition to basic power and motor wiring converted in the preceding pages. The goal of
this page is to help you determine the proper connections for the various terminals shown
below for your application needs.
Breaker, MCCB
or GFI
WJ200
R
Power source,
3-phase or
1-phase, per
inverter model
U(T1)
(L1)
Motor
V(T2)
S
(L2)
W(T3)
T
N(L3)
PD/+1
24V
Jumper wire
(Source logic)
P24
+-
DC reactor
(optional)
P/+
PLC
RB
L
Thermistor
N/-
Forward
L
GND for logic inputs
AL1
Intelligent inputs,
7 terminals
NOTE: For the wiring
of intelligent I/O and
analog inputs, be sure
to use twisted pair /
shielded cable. Attach
the shielded wire for
each signal to its
respective common
terminal at the inverter
end only.
Input impedance of
each intelligent input is
4.7kΩ
Braking
unit
(optional)
Brake
resistor
(optional)
AL0
1
2
3/GS1
4/GS2
Relay contacts,
type 1 Form C
AL2
Input
circuits
Output circuit
[5] configurable as
discrete input or
thermistor input
Open collector output
Freq. arrival signal
Load
11/EDM
5/PTC
Load
12
6
+
-
7/EB
CM2
Meter
Termination resistor (200Ω)
(Change by slide switch)
EO
L
Meter
0~10VDC
4~20mA
L
L
Serial communication port
(RS485/Modbus)
SN
10Vdc
H
+
-
O
Apprx.10kΩ
RS485
transceiver
OI
Apprx.100Ω
Pulse train input
24Vdc 32kHz max.
SP
RS485
transceiver
AM
Analog reference
GND for logic outputs
L
USB
transceiver
L
EA
L
Option port
controller
L
GND for analog signals
L
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L
NOTE: Common for
RS485 is “L”.
RJ45 port
(Optional operator port)
USB (mini-B) port
(PC communication port)
USB power: Self power
Option port connector
Control Logic Signal Specifications
The control logic connectors are located just behind the front housing cover. The relay
contacts are just to the left of the logic connectors. Connector labeling is shown below.
RS485
comm.
SN
Relay
contacts
Logic inputs
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
L PLC P24
Jumper wire
SP EO EA
AL2 AL1 AL0
H
RS485 Pulse Pulse
comm. Train Train
output input
Terminal Name
P24
PLC
Description
+24V for logic inputs
Intelligent input common
1
2
3/GS1
4/GS2
5/PTC
6
7/EB
GS1(3)
GS2(4)
PTC(5)
Discrete logic inputs
(Terminal [3],[4],[5] and [7]
have dual function. See
following description and
related pages for the details.)
EB(7)
Pulse train input B
EA
Pulse train input A
L (in upper row) *1
11/EDM
GND for logic inputs
Discrete logic outputs [11]
(Terminal [11] has dual
function. See following
description and related pages
for the details.)
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Discrete logic outputs [12]
CM2
AM
EO
L (in bottom row) *2
OI
GND for logic output
Analog voltage output
Pulse train output
GND for analog signals
Analog current input
Safe stop input GS1
Safe stop input GS2
Motor thermistor input
O
OI
Analog
input
L
AM CM2 12
Analog
output
11
Logic
output
Ratings
24VDC, 100mA. (do not short to terminal L)
To change to sink type, remove the jumper
wire between [PLC] and [L], and connect it
between [P24] and [PLC]. In this case,
connecting [L] to [1]~[7] makes each input
ON. Please remove the jumper wire when
using external power supply.
27VDC max. (use PLC or an external supply
referenced to terminal L)
Functionality is based on ISO13849-1 *4
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Connect motor thermistor between PTC and
L terminal to detect the motor temperature.
Set 19 in Χ005.
2kHz max.
Common is [PLC]
32kHz max.
Common is [L]
Sum of input [1]~[7] currents (return)
50mA max. ON state current,
27 VDC max. OFF state voltage
Common is CM2
In case the EDM is selected, the functionality
is based on ISO13849-1
4VDC max. ON state voltage depression
50mA max. ON state current,
27 VDC max. OFF state voltage
Common is CM2
100 mA: [11], [12] current return
0~10VDC 2mA maximum
10VDC 2mA maximum, 32kHz maximum
Sum of [OI], [O], and [H] currents (return)
4 to 19.6 mA range, 20 mA nominal,
input impedance 100 Ω
O
Terminal Name
Description
Analog voltage input
H
SP, SN
AL0, AL1, AL2 *3
+10V analog reference
Serial communication terminal
Relay common contact
Note 1:
Note 2:
Note 3:
Note 4:
Ratings
0 to 9.8 VDC range, 10 VDC nominal,
input impedance 10 kΩ
10VDC nominal, 10mA max.
For RS485 Modbus communication.
250VAC,
2.5A (R load) max.
250VAC,
0.2A (I load, P.F.=0.4) max.
100VAC, 10mA min.
30VDC,
3.0A (R load) max.
30VDC,
0.7A (I load, P.F.=0.4) max.
5VDC, 100mA min.
The two terminals [L] are electrically connected together inside the inverter.
We recommend using [L] logic GND (to the right) for logic input circuits and [L]
analog GND (to the left) for analog I/O circuits.
Refer to page 42 for details of trip signals.
Refer to page 96, “Functional safety” for details
Wiring sample of control logic terminal (Source logic)
Jumper wire
(source logic)
SN
SP
7/EB
EO
EA
6
5/PTC 4/GS2 3/GS1
H
O
OI
1
2
L
AM
L
CM2
PLC
P24
12
11/EDM
RY
RY
Variable resistor
for freq. setting
(1kΩ-2kΩ)
Freq. meter
Note:
If relay is connected to intelligent output, install a diode across the relay coil
(reverse-biased) in order to suppress the turn-off spike.
Caution for intelligent terminals setting
In turning on power when the input to the intelligent terminals becomes the following operations,
the set data might be initialized.
Please ensure not becoming the following operations, in changing the function allocation of the
intelligent input terminal.
1) Turning on power while [Intelligent input terminal 1/2/3 are ON] and [Intelligent input
terminal 4/5/6/7 are OFF].
2) After 1)’s condition, turning off power.
3) After 2)'s condition, turning on power while [Intelligent input terminal 2/3/4 are ON]
and [Intelligent input terminal 1/5/6/7 are OFF].
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Sink/source logic of intelligent input terminals
Sink or source logic is switched by a jumper wire as below.
Sink logic
2
1
Source logic
L PLC P24
2
1
L PLC P24
Jumper wire
Jumper wire
Wire size for control and relay terminals
Use wires within the specifications listed below. For safe wiring and reliability, it is recommended
to use ferrules, but if solid or stranded wire is used, stripping length should be 8mm.
Control logic terminal
Relay output terminal
8mm
Control logic
terminal
Relay terminal
Solid
2
mm (AWG)
0.2 to 1.5
(AWG 24 to 16)
Stranded
2
mm (AWG)
0.2 to 1.0
(AWG 24 to 17)
Ferrule
2
mm (AWG)
0.25 to 0.75
(AWG 24 to 18)
0.2 to 1.5
(AWG 24 to 16)
0.2 to 1.0
(AWG 24 to 17)
0.25 to 0.75
(AWG 24 to 18)
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Recommended ferrule
For safe wiring and reliability, it is recommended to use following ferrules.
Wire size
2
mm (AWG)
0.25 (24)
Model name of
ferrule *
AI 0.25-8YE
0.34 (22)
0.5 (20)
L [mm]
Φd [mm]
ΦD [mm]
12.5
0.8
2.0
AI 0.34-8TQ
12.5
0.8
2.0
AI 0.5-8WH
14
1.1
2.5
0.75 (18)
AI 0.75-8GY
14
1.3
* Supplier: Phoenix contact
Crimping pliers: CRIPMFOX UD 6-4 or CRIMPFOX ZA 3
2.8
Φd
8
L
ΦD
How to connect?
(1) Push down an orange actuating lever by a slotted screwdriver (width 2.5mm max.).
(2) Plug in the conductor.
(3) Pull out the screwdriver then the conductor is fixed.
2.5mm
Push down an
orange actuating
lever.
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Plug in the
conductor.
Pull out the
screwdriver to fix
the conductor.
Intelligent Terminal Listing
Intelligent Inputs
The following table shows the list of the functions which can be assigned to each
intelligent input. Please refer to the Instruction manual for the detail information.
Symbol
FW
RV
CF1
CF2
CF3
CF4
JG
DB
SET
2CH
FRS
EXT
USP
CS
SFT
AT
RS
PTC
STA
STP
F/R
PID
PIDC
UP
DWN
UDC
OPE
SF1~SF7
OLR
TL
TRQ1
TRQ2
BOK
LAC
PCLR
ADD
F-TM
ATR
KHC
MI1~MI7
AHD
CP1~CP3
ORL
ORG
SPD
GS1
GS2
485
PRG
HLD
ROK
Code
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
11
12
13
14
15
16
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
27
28
29
31
32~38
39
40
41
42
44
46
47
50
51
52
53
56~62
65
66~68
69
70
73
77
78
81
82
83
84
Input Function Summary Table
Function Name
Forward Run/Stop
Reverse Run/Stop
Multi-speed Select, Bit 0 (LSB)
Multi-speed Select, Bit 1
Multi-speed Select, Bit 2
Multi-speed Select, Bit 3 (MSB)
Jogging
External DC braking
Set (select) 2nd Motor Data
2-stage Acceleration and Deceleration
Free-run Stop
External Trip
Unattended Start Protection
Commercial power source switchover
Software Lock
Analog Input Voltage/Current Select
Reset Inverter
PTC thermistor Thermal Protection
Start (3-wire interface)
Stop (3-wire interface)
FWD, REV (3-wire interface)
PID Disable
PID Reset
Remote Control UP Function
Remote Control Down Function
Remote Control Data Clearing
Operator Control
Multi-speed Select,Bit operation Bit 1~7
Overload Restriction Source Changeover
Torque Limit Selection
Torque limit switch 1
Torque limit switch 2
Brake confirmation
LAD cancellation
Pulse counter clear
ADD frequency enable
Force Terminal Mode
Permission for torque command input
Clear watt-hour data
General purpose input (1)~(7)
Analog command hold
Multistage-position switch (1)~(3)
Limit signal of zero-return
Trigger signal of zero-return
Speed/position changeover
STO1 input (Safety related signal)
STO2 input (Safety related signal)
Starting communication signal
Executing EzSQ program
Retain output frequency
Permission of Run command
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Symbol
EB
DISP
NO
Code
85
86
255
Input Function Summary Table
Function Name
Rotation direction detection (phase B)
Display limitation
No assign
Intelligent Outputs
The following table shows the list of the functions which can be assigned to each
intelligent input. Please refer to the Instruction manual for the detail information.
Symbol
RUN
FA1
FA2
OL
OD
AL
FA3
OTQ
UV
TRQ
RNT
ONT
THM
BRK
BER
ZS
DSE
POK
FA4
FA5
OL2
ODc
OIDc
FBV
NDc
LOG1~3
WAC
WAF
FR
OHF
LOC
MO1~3
IRDY
FWR
RVR
MJA
WCO
WCOI
FREF
REF
SETM
EDM
Code
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
09
10
11
12
13
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
31
32
33~35
39
40
41
42
43
44~46
50
51
52
53
54
55
58
59
60
62
OP
no
63
255
Output Function Summary Table
Function Name
Run Signal
Frequency Arrival Type 1–Constant Speed
Frequency Arrival Type 2–Over frequency
Overload Advance Notice Signal
PID Deviation error signal
Alarm Signal
Frequency Arrival Type 3–Set frequency
Over/under Torque Threshold
Undervoltage
Torque Limited Signal
Run Time Expired
Power ON time Expired
Thermal Warning
Brake Release Signal
Brake Error Signal
Zero Hz Speed Detection Signal
Speed Deviation Excessive
Positioning Completion
Frequency Arrival Type 4–Over frequency
Frequency Arrival Type 5–Set frequency
Overload Advance Notice Signal 2
Analog Voltage Input Disconnect Detection
Analog Voltage Output Disconnect Detection
PID Second Stage Output
Network Disconnect Detection
Logic Output Function 1~3
Capacitor Life Warning Signal
Cooling Fan Warning Signal
Starting Contact Signal
Heat Sink Overheat Warning
Low load detection
General Output 1~3
Inverter Ready Signal
Forward Operation
Reverse Operation
Major Failure Signal
Window Comparator for Analog Voltage Input
Window Comparator for Analog Current Input
Frequency Command Source
Run Command Source
nd
2 Motor in operation
STO (Safe Torque Off) Performance Monitor
(Output terminal 11 only)
Option control signal
Not used
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Using Intelligent Input Terminals
Terminals [1], [2], [3], [4], [5], [6] and [7] are identical, programmable inputs for general use.
The input circuits can use the inverter’s internal (isolated) +24V field supply or an external
power supply. This section describes input circuits operation and how to connect them
properly to switches or transistor outputs on field devices.
The WJ200 inverter features selectable sinking or sourcing inputs. These terms refer to the
connection to the external switching device–it either sinks current (from the input to GND)
or sources current (from a power source) into the input. Note that the sink/source naming
convention may be different in your particular country or industry. In any case, just follow
the wiring diagrams in this section for your application.
The inverter has a jumper wire for
configuring the choice of sinking or sourcing
inputs. To access it, you must remove the
front cover of the inverter housing. In the
figure to the top right, the jumper wire is
shown as attached to the logic terminal block
(connector). If you need to change to the
source type connection, remove the jumper
wire and connect it as shown in the figure at
the bottom right.
Logic inputs
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
L PLC P24
Jumper wire
Sink logic connection
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
L PLC P24
Jumper wire
Source logic connection
CAUTION: Be sure to turn OFF power to the inverter before changing the jumper wire
position. Otherwise, damage to the inverter circuitry may occur.
Jumper wire
[PLC] Terminal Wiring – The [PLC]
for sink logic
terminal (Programmable Logic Control
terminal) is named to include various
devices that can connect to the inverter’s
logic inputs. In the figure to the right, note
the [PLC] terminal and the jumper wire.
Locating the jumper wire between [PLC]
and [L] sets the input logic source type,
which is the default setting for EU and
US versions. In this case, you connect
input terminal to [P24] to make it active. If
instead you locate the jumper wire
between [PLC] and [P24], the input logic
will be sink type. In this case, you
connect the input terminal to [L] to make
Jumper wire
it active.
WJ200 inverter
P24
PLC
Input common
24V
+
-
1
Input
circuits
7
L
Logic GND
for source logic
The wiring diagram on the following pages show the four combinations of using sourcing or
sinking inputs, and using the internal or an external DC supply.
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The two diagrams below input wiring circuits using the inverter’s internal +24V supply.
Each diagram shows the connection for simple switches, or for a field device with
transistor outputs. Note that in the lower diagram, it is necessary to connect terminal [L]
only when using the field device with transistors. Be sure to use the correct connection of
the jumper wire shown for each wiring diagram.
Sinking Inputs, Internal Supply
Jumper wire = [PLC] – [P24] position
Jumper wire
WJ200
P24
24V
Input common
PLC
Field device
GND
Logic GND
+
-
L
1
1
Input
circuits
7
7
Input switches
Open collector outputs,
NPN transistors
Sourcing Inputs, Internal Supply
Jumper wire = [PLC] – [L] position
Field device
Common to
[P24]
Jumper wire
WJ200
P24
24V
PLC Input common
Logic GND
1
L
1
Input
circuits
7
to PNP bias
circuits
GND
7
Input switches
PNP transistor
sourcing outputs
31
+
-
The two diagrams below show input wiring circuits using an external supply. If using the
“Sinking Inputs, External Supply” in below wiring diagram, be sure to remove the jumper
wire, and use a diode (*) with the external supply. This will prevent a power supply
contention in case the jumper wire is accidentally placed in the incorrect position. For the
“Sourcing Inputs, External Supply”, please connect the jumper wire as drawn in the
diagram below.
Sinking Inputs, External Supply
Jumper wire = Removed
WJ200
*
Field device
24V
Input common
PLC
24V
+
-
P24
+
-
24V
GND
Logic GND
1
+
-
L
1
Input
circuits
7
7
Input switches
Open collector outputs,
NPN transistors
* Note: Make sure to remove the jumper wire in case of using
an external power supply.
Sourcing Inputs, External Supply
Jumper wire = Removed
PNP transistor
sourcing outputs
24V
WJ200
+
-
Field device
P24
PLC
24V
Input common
L
1
1
Input
circuits
7
+
-
7
Input switches
24V
GND
32
+
-
CAUTION: Be sure to diode in between "P24" and "PLC" when connecting plural
inverters with digital input wiring in common.
By having ability inverter doesn’t block the current flowing into itself when it is not
powered. This may cause the closed circuit when two or more inverters are connected to
common I/O wiring as shown below to result in unexpected turning the on the input. To
avoid this closed circuit, please put the diode (rated:50V/0.1A) in the path as described
below.
Jumper
wire
PLC
Power ON
P24
PLC
L
L
Power ON
P24
1
Input
ON
Inserting
diode
1
Jumper
wire Power OFF
Power OFF
P24
P24
PLC
L
PLC
L
1
1
Switch
OFF
Switch
OFF
In case of Source logic
P24
Jumper
wire
Input
OFF
PLC
P24
PLC
L
L
1
Input
ON
1
Jumper
wire P24
P24
PLC
PLC
L
L
1
1
Switch
OFF
Switch
OFF
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Input
OFF
Forward Run/Stop and Reverse Run/Stop Commands:
When you input the Run command via the terminal [FW], the inverter executes the Forward
Run command (high) or Stop command (low). When you input the Run command via the
terminal [RV], the inverter executes the Reverse Run command (high) or Stop command
(low).
Option
Code
00
Terminal
Symbol
FW
Function Name
State
Forward Run/Stop
01
RV
Reverse Run/Stop
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Description
Inverter is in Run Mode, motor runs forward
Inverter is in Stop Mode, motor stops
Inverter is in Run Mode, motor runs reverse
Inverter is in Stop Mode, motor stops
Example (default input configuration shown see
page 69):
Valid for inputs:
Χ001~Χ007
Required settings Α002 = 01
Notes:
• When the Forward Run and Reverse Run
commands are active at the same time, the
inverter enters the Stop Mode.
• When a terminal associated with either [FW] or
[RV] function is configured for normally closed,
the motor starts rotation when that terminal is
disconnected or otherwise has no input voltage.
RV FW
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
L PLC P24
See I/O specs on page 24, 25.
NOTE: The parameter Φ004, Keypad Run Key Routing, determines whether the single Run
key issues a Run FWD command or Run REV command. However, it has no effect on the
[FW] and [RV] input terminal operation.
WARNING: If the power is turned ON and the Run command is already active, the motor
starts rotation and is dangerous! Before turning power ON, confirm that the Run command
is not active.
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Multi-Speed Select ~Binary Operation
The inverter can store up to 16 different target
frequencies (speeds) that the motor output uses for
steady-state run condition. These speeds are accessible
through programming four of the intelligent terminals as
binary-encoded inputs CF1 to CF4 per the table to the
right. These can be any of the six inputs, and in any
order. You can use fewer inputs if you need eight or
fewer speeds.
Multispeed
Speed 0
Speed 1
Speed 2
Speed 3
Speed 4
Speed 5
Speed 6
Speed 7
Speed 8
Speed 9
Speed 10
Speed 11
Speed 12
Speed 13
Speed 14
Speed 15
NOTE: When choosing a subset of speeds to use,
always start at the top of the table, and with the
least-significant bit: CF1, CF2, etc.
3rd
7th
5th
2nd
1st
6th
4th
0th
[CF1]
[CF2]
[CF3]
[FW]
Input Function
Speed
CF4 CF3 CF2 CF1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
1
1
1
0
1
1
1
1
The example with eight speeds in the
figure below shows how input switches
configured for CF1–CF4 functions can
change the motor speed in real time.
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
NOTE: Speed 0 depends on Α001
parameter value.
Option
Code
02
Terminal
Symbol
CF1
03
CF2
04
CF3
05
CF4
Valid for inputs:
Required settings
Function Name
State
Multi-speed Select,
Bit 0 (LSB)
Multi-speed Select,
Bit 1
Multi-speed Select,
Bit 2
Multi-speed Select,
Bit 3 (MSB)
Χ001~Χ007
Φ001, Α001=02,
Α020 to Α035
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Description
Binary encoded speed select, Bit 0, logical 1
Binary encoded speed select, Bit 0, logical 0
Binary encoded speed select, Bit 1, logical 1
Binary encoded speed select, Bit 1, logical 0
Binary encoded speed select, Bit 2, logical 1
Binary encoded speed select, Bit 2, logical 0
Binary encoded speed select, Bit 3, logical 1
Binary encoded speed select, Bit 3, logical 0
Example (some CF inputs require input
configuration; some are default inputs):
CF4 CF3 CF2 CF1
Notes:
• When programming the multi-speed settings, be
sure to press the SET key each time and then set
the next multi-speed setting. Note that when the
key is not pressed, no data will be set.
• When a multi-speed setting more than 50Hz
(60Hz) is to be set, it is necessary to program the
maximum frequency Α004 high enough to allow
that speed
7
6
5
4
3
2
See I/O specs on page 24, 25.
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1
L PLC P24
Two Stage Acceleration and Deceleration
When terminal [2CH] is turned ON, the inverter
changes the rate of acceleration and
deceleration from the initial settings (Φ002 and
Φ003) to use the second set of acceleration/
deceleration values. When the terminal is
turned OFF, the inverter is returned to the
original acceleration and deceleration time
(Φ002 acceleration time 1, and Φ003
deceleration time 1). Use Α092 (acceleration
time 2) and Α093 (deceleration time 2) to set
the second stage acceleration and deceleration
times.
Target
frequency
second
Output
frequency
initial
1
0
1
0
[2CH]
[FW,RV]
t
In the graph shown above, the [2CH] becomes active during the initial acceleration. This
causes the inverter to switch from using acceleration 1 (Φ002) to acceleration 2 (Α092).
Option
Code
09
Terminal
Symbol
2CH
Function Name
State
Description
Two-stage Acceleration and
Deceleration
ON
Frequency output uses 2nd-stage acceleration and
deceleration values
Frequency output uses the initial acceleration 1 and
deceleration 1 values
Example (default input configuration shown see
page 69):
OFF
Valid for inputs:
Χ001~Χ007
Required settings Α092, Α093, Α094=00
Notes:
• Function Α094 selects the method for second
stage acceleration. It must be set = 00 to select the
input terminal method in order for the [2CH]
terminal assignment to operate.
2CH
7
6
5
4
3
2
See I/O specs on page 24, 25.
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1
L
PLC P24
Unattended Start Protection
If the Run command is already set when power is turned ON, the inverter starts running
immediately after powerup. The Unattended Start Protection (USP) function prevents that
automatic startup, so that the inverter will not run without outside intervention. When USP
is active and you need to reset an alarm and resume running, either turn the Run
command OFF, or perform a reset operation by the terminal [RS] input or the keypad
Stop/reset key.
In the figure below, the [USP] feature is enabled. When the inverter power turns ON, the
motor does not start, even though the Run command is already active. Instead, it enters
the USP trip state, and displays Ε 13 error code. This requires outside intervention to reset
the alarm by turning OFF the Run command per this example (or applying a reset). Then
the Run command can turn ON again and start the inverter output.
Run command [FW,RV] 1
0
[USP] terminal 1
0
Alarm output terminal 1
0
Inverter output frequency
0
Inverter power supply 1
0
Events:
Option
Code
13
Terminal
Symbol
USP
Function Name
Unattended Start
Protection
Alarm
cleared
Ε13
State
ON
OFF
Valid for inputs:
Χ001~Χ007
Required settings (none)
Notes:
• Note that when a USP error occurs and it is
canceled by a reset from a [RS] terminal input, the
inverter restarts running immediately.
• Even when the trip state is canceled by turning
the terminal [RS] ON and OFF after an under
voltage protection Ε09 occurs, the USP function
will be performed.
• When the running command is active immediately
after the power is turned ON, a USP error will
occur. When this function is used, wait for at least
three (3) seconds after the powerup to generate a
Run command.
37
t
Run
command
Description
On powerup, the inverter will not resume a Run
command (mostly used in the US)
On powerup, the inverter will resume a Run
command that was active before power loss
Example (default input configuration shown see
page 69):
USP
7
6
5
4
3
2
See I/O specs on page 24, 25.
1
L PLC P24
Reset Inverter
The [RS] terminal causes the inverter to execute
the reset operation. If the inverter is in Trip Mode,
the reset cancels the Trip state. When the signal
[RS] is turned ON and OFF, the inverter executes
the reset operation. The minimum pulse width for
[RS] must be 12 ms or greater. The alarm output
will be cleared within 30 ms after the onset of the
Reset command.
12 ms
minimum
1
[RS]
0
Approx. 30 ms
Alarm 1
signal 0
t
WARNING: After the Reset command is given and the alarm reset occurs, the motor will
restart suddenly if the Run command is already active. Be sure to set the alarm reset after
verifying that the Run command is OFF to prevent injury to personnel.
Option
Code
18
Terminal
Symbol
RS
Function Name
Reset Inverter
State
ON
The motor output is turned OFF, the Trip Mode is
cleared (if it exists), and powerup reset is applied
Normal power ON operation
Example (default input configuration shown see
page 69):
OFF
Valid for inputs:
Required settings
Notes:
Description
Χ001~Χ007
(none)
RS
• While the control terminal [RS] input is ON, the
keypad displays alternating segments. After RS
turns OFF, the display recovers automatically.
7
• Pressing the Stop/Reset key of the digital operator
can generate a reset operation only when an
alarm occurs.
6
5
4
3
2
1
L PLC P24
See I/O specs on page 24, 25.
• A terminal configured with the [RS] function can only be configured for normally open operation. The
terminal cannot be used in the normally closed contact state.
• When input power is turned ON, the inverter performs the same reset operation as it does when a pulse
on the [RS] terminal occurs.
• The Stop/Reset key on the inverter is only operational for a few seconds after inverter powerup when a
hand-held remote operator is connected to the inverter.
• If the [RS] terminal is turned ON while the motor is running, the motor will be free running (coasting).
• If you are using the output terminal OFF delay feature (any of Χ145, Χ147, Χ149 > 0.0 sec.), the [RS]
terminal affects the ON-to-OFF transition slightly. Normally (without using OFF delays), the [RS] input
causes the motor output and the logic outputs to turn OFF together, immediately. However, when any
output uses an OFF delay, then after the [RS] input turns ON, that output will remain ON for an additional
1 sec. period (approximate) before turning OFF.
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Using Intelligent Output Terminals
Run Signal
When the [RUN] signal is selected as an
1
intelligent output terminal, the inverter outputs [FW,RV] 0
a signal on that terminal when it is in Run
Mode. The output logic is active low, and is
Β082
Output
the open collector type (switch to ground).
frequency
Run
signal
Option
Code
00
Terminal
Symbol
RUN
Valid for inputs:
Required settings
Function Name
Run Signal
State
ON
OFF
start freq.
ON
t
Description
when inverter is in Run Mode
when inverter is in Stop Mode
Example for terminal [11] (default output
configuration shown see page 69):
11, 12, AL0 – AL2
(none)
Notes:
• The inverter outputs the [RUN] signal whenever
the inverter output exceeds the start frequency
specified by parameter Β082. The start frequency
is the initial inverter output frequency when it turns
ON.
• The example circuit for terminal [11] drives a relay
coil. Note the use of a diode to prevent the
negative going turn-off spike generated by the coil
from damaging the inverter’s output transistor.
Inverter output
terminal circuit
RUN
CM2
11
RY
Example for terminal [AL0], [AL1], [AL2] (requires
output configuration see page 69):
Inverter logic
circuit board
RUN
AL0 AL1 AL2
Power
supply
Load
See I/O specs on page 24, 25.
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Frequency Arrival Signals
The Frequency Arrival group of outputs helps coordinate external systems with the current
velocity profile of the inverter. As the name implies, output [FA1] turns ON when the output
frequency arrives at the standard set frequency (parameter F001). Output [FA2] relies on
programmable accel/ decel thresholds for increased flexibility. For example, you can have
an output turn ON at one frequency during acceleration, and have it turn OFF at a different
frequency during deceleration. All transitions have hysteresis to avoid output chatter if the
output frequency is near one of the thresholds.
Option
Code
01
Terminal
Symbol
FA1
02
FA2
06
FA3
24
FA4
25
FA5
Valid for inputs:
Required
settings
Function Name
State
Description
Frequency Arrival
Type 1 – Constant
Speed
Frequency Arrival
Type 2 – Over
frequency
ON
OFF
Frequency Arrival
Type 3 – Set
frequency
Frequency Arrival
Type 4 – Over
frequency (2)
ON
OFF
when output to motor is at the constant frequency
when output to motor is OFF, or in any acceleration or
deceleration ramp
when output to motor is at or above the set frequency
thresholds for, even if in acceleration or decel ramps
when output to motor is OFF, or during accel or decel
before the respective thresholds are crossed
when output to motor is at the set frequency
when output to motor is OFF, or in any acceleration or
deceleration ramp
when output to motor is at or above the set frequency
thresholds for, even if in acceleration or decel ramps
when output to motor is OFF, or during accel or decel
before the respective thresholds are crossed
when output to motor is at the set frequency
when output to motor is OFF, or in any acceleration or
deceleration ramp
Example for terminal [11] (default output configuration
shown see page 69):
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Frequency Arrival
ON
Type 5 – Set
OFF
frequency (2)
11, 12, AL0 – AL2
Χ042, Χ043, Χ045, Χ046,
Inverter output
terminal circuit
Notes:
• For most applications you will need to use only
one type of frequency arrival outputs (see
examples). However, it is possible assign both
output terminals to output functions [FA1] and
[FA2]
CM2
• For each frequency arrival threshold, the output
anticipates the threshold (turns ON early) by
1.5Hz
• The output turns OFF as the output frequency
moves away from the threshold, delayed by
0.5Hz
FA1
11
RY
Example for terminal [AL0], [AL1], [AL2] (requires
output configuration see page 69):
• The example circuit for terminal [11] drives a
relay coil. Note the use of a diode to prevent the
negative going turn-off spike generated by the
coil from damaging the inverter’s output
transistor
Inverter logic
circuit board
FA1
AL0 AL1 AL2
Power
supply
Load
See I/O specs on page 24, 25.
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Frequency arrival output [FA1] uses the
standard output frequency (parameter
F001) as the threshold for switching. In
the figure to the right, Frequency Arrival
[FA1] turns ON when the output
frequency gets within Fon Hz below or
Fon Hz above the target constant
frequency, where Fon is 1% of the set
maximum frequency and Foff is 2% of
the set maximum frequency. This
provides hysteresis that prevents output
chatter near the threshold value. The
hysteresis effect causes the output to
turn ON slightly early as the speed
approaches the threshold. Then the
turn-OFF point is slightly delayed. Note
the active low nature of the signal, due to
the open collector output.
Frequency arrival output [FA2/FA4]
works the same way; it just uses two
separate thresholds as shown in the
figure to the right. These provide for
separate acceleration and deceleration
thresholds to provide more flexibility than
for [FA1]. [FA2/FA4] uses Χ042/Χ045
during acceleration for the ON threshold,
and Χ043/Χ046 during deceleration for
the OFF threshold. This signal also is
active low. Having different accel and
decel
thresholds
provides
an
asymmetrical output function. However,
you can use equal ON and OFF
thresholds, if desired.
Output
freq.
Φ001
Fon
Foff
Φ001
Foff
Fon
0
FA1
signal
ON
ON
Fon=1% of max. frequency
Foff=2% of max. frequency
Output
freq.
thresholds
Fon
Χ042/Χ045
Foff
Χ043/Χ046
0
FA2/FA4
signal
ON
Fon=1% of max. frequency
Foff=2% of max. frequency
Frequency arrival output [FA3/FA5] works
also the same way, only difference is
arriving at set frequency.
Output
freq.
thresholds
Foff
Fon
Χ042/Χ045
Fon
Χ043/Χ046
0
FA3/FA5
signal
ON
ON
Fon=1% of max. frequency
Foff=2% of max. frequency
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Foff
Alarm Signal
The inverter alarm signal is active when a fault has
occurred and it is in the Trip Mode (refer to the
diagram at right). When the fault is cleared the alarm
signal becomes inactive.
Run
STOP
RESET
Stop
RUN
STOP
RESET
We must make a distinction between the alarm signal
Trip
AL and the alarm relay contacts [AL0], [AL1] and [AL2]. Fault
Fault
The signal AL is a logic function, which you can assign
Alarm signal active
to the open collector output terminals [11], [12], or the
relay outputs.
The most common (and default) use of the relay is for AL, thus the labeling of its terminals.
Use an open collector output (terminal [11] or [12]) for a low-current logic signal interface
or to energize a small relay (50 mA maximum). Use the relay output to interface to higher
voltage and current devices (10 mA minimum).
Option
Code
05
Terminal
Symbol
AL
Function Name
State
Alarm Signal
ON
when an alarm signal has occurred and has not
been cleared
when no alarm has occurred since the last clearing
of alarm(s)
Example for terminal [11] (default output
configuration shown see page 69):
OFF
Valid for inputs:
Required settings
Description
11, 12, AL0 – AL2
Χ031, Χ032, Χ036
Notes:
• By default, the relay is configured as normally
closed (Χ036=01). Refer to the next page for an
explanation.
Inverter output
terminal circuit
• In the default relay configuration, an inverter
power loss turns ON the alarm output. the alarm
signal remains ON as long as the external control
circuit has power.
AL
11
CM2
• When the relay output is set to normally closed, a
time delay of less than 2 seconds occurs after
powerup before the contact is closed.
RY
• Terminals [11] and [12] are open collector
outputs, so the electric specifications of [AL] are
different from the contact output terminals [AL0],
[AL1], [AL2].
Example for terminal [AL0], [AL1], [AL2] (requires
output configuration see page 69):
Inverter logic
circuit board
• This signal output has the delay time (300 ms
nominal) from the fault alarm output.
• The relay contact specifications are in “Control
Logic Signal Specifications” on page 25. The
contact diagrams for different conditions are on
the next page.
AL
AL0 AL1 AL2
Power
supply
Load
See I/O specs on page 24, 25.
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The alarm relay output can be configured in two main ways:
•
Trip/Power Loss Alarm – The alarm relay is configured as normally closed (Χ036=01)
by default, shown below (left). An external alarm circuit that detects broken wiring also
as an alarm connects to [AL0] and [AL1]. After powerup and short delay (< 2 seconds),
the relay energizes and the alarm circuit is OFF. Then, either an inverter trip event or
an inverter power loss will de-energize the relay and open the alarm circuit
•
Trip Alarm – Alternatively, you can configure the relay as normally open (Χ036=00),
shown below (right). An external alarm circuit that detects broken wiring also as an
alarm connects to [AL0] and [AL2]. After powerup, the relay energizes only when an
inverter trip event occurs, opening the alarm circuit. However, in this configuration, an
inverter power loss does not open the alarm circuit.
Be sure to use the relay configuration that is appropriate for your system design. Note that
the external circuits shown assume that a closed circuit = no alarm condition (so that a
broken wire also causes an alarm). However, some systems may require a closed circuit =
alarm condition. In that case, then use the opposite terminal [AL1] or [AL2] from the ones
shown.
N.C. contacts (Χ036=01)
During normal operation When an alarm occurs or
when power is OFF
AL0
AL1
Power
supply
AL2
AL0
Load
AL1
N.O. contacts (Χ036=00)
During normal operation
When an alarm occurs
or when power is OFF
AL2
AL0
Power
supply
Load
Power
supply
AL1
AL2
AL0
AL1
AL2
Load
Power
supply
Load
Power
Run Mode
AL0-AL1
AL0-AL2
Power
Run Mode
AL0-AL1
AL0-AL2
ON
Normal
Closed
Open
ON
Normal
Open
Closed
ON
Trip
Open
Closed
ON
Trip
Closed
Open
OFF
–
Open
Closed
OFF
–
Open
Closed
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Analog Input Operation
The WJ200 inverters provide for analog input to
command the inverter frequency output value.
The analog input terminal group includes the [L],
[OI], [O], and [H] terminals on the control
connector, which provide for Voltage [O] or
Current [OI] input. All analog input signals must
use the analog ground [L].
If you use either the voltage or current analog
input, you must select one of them using the logic
input terminal function [AT] analog type. Refer to
the table on next page showing the activation of
each analog input by combination of Α005 set
parameter and [AT] terminal condition. The [AT]
terminal function is covered in “Analog Input
Current/Voltage Select” in section 4. Remember
that you must also set Α001 = 01 to select analog
input as the frequency source.
AM H
O OI L
+V Ref.
Voltage input
Current input
A GND
V/I input
select
[AT]
Α001
Freq.
setting
AM H
O OI L

+-
4-20 mA
0-10 V
NOTE: If no logic input terminal is configured for the [AT] function, then inverter recognizes
that [AT]=OFF and MCU recognizes [O]+[OI] as analog input.
Using an external potentiometer is a common way to
control the inverter output frequency (and a good way
to learn how to use the analog inputs). The
potentiometer uses the built-in 10V reference [H] and
the analog ground [L] for excitation, and the voltage
input [O] for the signal. By default, the [AT] terminal
selects the voltage input when it is OFF.
Take care to use the proper resistance for the
potentiometer, which is 1~2 kΩ, 2 Watts.
Voltage Input – The voltage input circuit uses
terminals [L] and [O]. Attach the signal cable’s
shield wire only to terminal [L] on the inverter.
Maintain the voltage within specifications (do not
apply negative voltage).
Current Input – The current input circuit uses
terminals [OI] and [L]. The current comes from a
sourcing type transmitter; a sinking type will not
work! This means the current must flow into
terminal [OI], and terminal [L] is the return back to
the transmitter. The input impedance from [OI] to
[L] is 100 Ohms. Attach the cable shield wire only
to terminal [L] on the inverter.
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AM H
O OI L
1 to 2kΩ, 2W
AM H
0 to 9.6 VDC,
0 to 10V nominal
AM H
4 to 19.6 mA DC,
4 to 20mA nominal
O OI L
+-
O OI L

See I/O specs on page 24, 25.
The following table shows the available analog input settings. Parameter Α005 and the
input terminal [AT] determine the External Frequency Command input terminals that are
available, and how they function. The analog inputs [O] and [OI] use terminal [L] as the
reference (signal return).
Α005
00
02
03
[AT] Input
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Analog Input Configuration
[OI]
[O]
Integrated POT on external panel
[O]
Integrated POT on external panel
[OI]
Other Analog Input-related topics:
·
·
·
·
·
·
“Analog Input Settings”
“Additional Analog Input Settings”
“Analog Signal Calibration Settings”
“Analog Input Current/Voltage Select”
“ADD Frequency Enable”
“Analog Input Disconnect Detect”
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Pulse Train Input Operation
The WJ200 inverter is capable of accepting pulse train input signals, which are used for
frequency command, process variable (feedback) for PID control, and simple positioning.
The dedicated terminal is called “EA” and “EB”. Terminal “EA” is a dedicated terminal, and
the terminal “EB” is an intelligent terminal, that has to be changed by a parameter setting.
RS485
comm.
SN 7
Relay contact
AL2 AL1 AL0
Logic input
6
5
4
3
2
1
L PLC P24
Jumper wire
SP EO EA H
RS485 Pulse Pulse
comm. Train Train
output input
Terminal Name
EA
Description
Pulse train input A
EB
(Input terminal 7)
Pulse train input B
(Set Χ007 to 85 )
O
OI
Analog
input
L AM CM2 12 11
Analog
output
Logic
output
Ratings
For frequency command, 32kHz max.
Reference voltage: Common is [L]
27Vdc max.
For frequency command, 2kHz max.
Reference voltage: Common is [PLC]
(1) Frequency Command by pulse train input
When using this mode, you should set Α001 to 06. In this case the frequency is detected by
input-capture, and calculated based on the ratio of designated max. frequency (under
32kHz). Only an input terminal “EA” will be used in this case.
(2) Using for process variable of PID control
You can use the pulse train input for process variable (feedback) of PID control. In this
case you need to set Α076 to 03. Only “EA” input terminal is to be used.
(3) Simple positioning by pulse train input
This is to use the pulse train input like an encoder signal. You can select three types of
operation.
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Analog Output Operation
In inverter applications it is useful to monitor the
inverter operation from a remote location or from the
front panel of an inverter enclosure. In some cases,
this requires only a panel-mounted volt meter. In other
cases, a controller such as a PLC may provide the
inverter’s frequency command, and require inverter
feedback data (such as output frequency or output
current) to confirm actual operation. The analog output
terminal [AM] serves these purposes.
AM H
Analog
Voltage
Output
+
O OI L
A GND
10VDC
full scale,
2mA max
See I/O specs on page 24, 25
The inverter provides an analog voltage output on terminal [AM] with terminal [L] as analog
GND reference. The [AM] can output inverter frequency or current output value. Note that
the voltage range is 0 to +10V (positive-going only), regardless of forward or reverse motor
rotation. Use Χ028 to configure terminal [AM] as indicated below.
Func.
Χ028
Code
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
10
12
15
16
Description
Inverter output frequency
Inverter output current
Inverter output torque
Digital output freqnency
Inverter output goltage
Inverter input power
Electronic Thermal Load
LAD frequency
Digital current monitor
Cooling fin temperature
General purpose
Pulse train
Option
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The [AM] signal offset and gain are adjustable, as indicated below.
Func.
Χ106
Χ109
Description
[AM] output gain
[AM] output offset
Range
0.~255.
0.0~10.0
Default
100.
0.0
The graph below shows the effect of the gain and offset setting. To calibrate the [AM]
output for your application (analog meter), follow the steps below:
1. Run the motor at the full scale speed, or most common operating speed.
a. If the analog meter represents output frequency, adjust offset (Χ109) first, and then
use Χ106 to set the voltage for full scale output.
b. If [AM] represents motor current, adjust offset (Χ109) first, and then use ΒΧ106 to
set the voltage for full scale output. Remember to leave room at the upper end of
the range for increased current when the motor is under heavier loads.
AM output offset adjustment
AM output gain adjustment
AM output
AM output
10V
10V
Χ106=0~255
Χ109=0~10
Parallel
movement
5V
5V
0
1/2 FS
Full scale (FS)
Hz or A
0
1/2 FS
Full scale (FS)
Hz or A
NOTE: As mentioned above, first adjust the offset, and then adjust the gain. Otherwise the
required performance cannot be obtained because of the parallel movement of the offset
adjustment.
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Monitoring functions
NOTE: Mark “” in b031=10 shows the accessible parameters when b031 is set “10”, high
level access.
* Please change from"04 (Basic display)" to "00 (Full display)" in parameter
code display restriction), in case some parameters cannot be displayed.
Β037 (Function
IMPORTANT
Please be sure to set the motor nameplate data into the appropriate parameters
to ensure proper operation and protection of the motor:
 b012 is the motor overload protection value
 A082 is the motor voltage selection
 H003 is the motor kW capacity
 H004 is the number of motor poles
Please refer to the appropriate pages in this guide and the Instruction Manual for further details.
“d” Function
Func.
Code
Name
∆001 Output frequency monitor
∆002 Output current monitor
∆003 Rotation direction monitor
∆004 Process variable (PV),
PID feedback monitor
∆005 Intelligent input
terminal status
Description
Real time display of output frequency
to motor from
*1
0.0 to 400.0(1000.) Hz
If β163 is set high, output frequency
(Φ001) can be changed by up/down
key with d001 monitoring.
Filtered display of output current to
motor, range is
0 to 655.3 ampere (~99.9 ampere for
1.5kW and less)
Three different indications:
“Φ” …Forward
“ο” …Stop
“ρ” …Reverse
Displays the scaled PID process
variable (feedback) value (Α075 is
scale factor),
0.00 to 10000
Displays the state of the intelligent
input terminals:
ON
OFF
7
6 5 4
3
Terminal numbers
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2
1
Run
Mode
Edit
−
Units
Hz
−
A
−
−
−
% times
constant
−
−
“d” Function
Func.
Code
Name
∆006 Intelligent output
terminal status
Description
Displays the state of the intelligent
output terminals:
Run
Mode
Edit
−
Units
−
ON
OFF
Relay
∆007 Scaled output frequency
monitor
δ008 Actual frequency monitor
δ009 Torque command monitor
δ010 Torque bias monitor
δ012 Output torque monitor
∆013 Output voltage monitor
δ014 Input power monitor
δ015 Watt-hour monitor
∆016 Elapsed RUN time monitor
∆017 Elapsed power-on time
monitor
∆018 Heat sink temperature monitor
δ022 Life check monitor
12 11
Displays the output frequency scaled
by the constant in Β086.
Decimal point indicates range:
0 to 3999
Displays the actual frequency, range
*1
is -400 (-1000) to 400 (1000) Hz
Displays the torque command, range
is -200 to 200 %
Displays the torque bias value, range
is -200 to 200 %
Displays the output torque, range is
-200 to 200 %
Voltage of output to motor,
Range is 0.0 to 600.0V
Displays the input power, range is 0
to 999.9 kW
Displays watt-hour of the inverter,
range is 0 to 9999000
Displays total time the inverter has
been in RUN mode in hours.
Range is 0 to 9999 / 1000 to 9999 /
100 to 999 (10,000 to 99,900)
−
Hz times
constant
−
Hz
−
%
−
%
−
%
−
V
−
KW
−
hours
Displays total time the inverter has
been powered up in hours.
Range is 0 to 9999 / 1000 to 9999 /
100 to 999 (10,000 to 99,900)
Temperature of the cooling fin, range
is -20 to 150
Displays the state of lifetime of
electrolytic capacitors on the PWB
and cooling fan.
−
hours
−
°C
−
−
−
Lifetime expired
Normal
Cooling fan
Electrolytic caps
δ023 Program counter monitor
Range is 0 to 1024
−
−
δ024 Program number monitor
Range is 0 to 9999
−
−
δ025
Result of EzSQ execution, range is
–2147483647 to 2147483647
Result of EzSQ execution, range is
–2147483647 to 2147483647
Result of EzSQ execution, range is
–2147483647 to 2147483647
−
−
−
−
−
−
[EzSQ]
δ026
δ027
[EzSQ]
User monitor 0
[EzSQ]
User monitor 1
[EzSQ]
User monitor 2
[EzSQ]
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“d” Function
Func.
Code
Name
δ029 Positioning command monitor
δ030 Current position monitor
δ050 Dual monitor
δ060 Inverter mode monitor
∆080 Trip counter
∆081 Trip monitor 1
∆082 Trip monitor 2
∆083 Trip monitor 3
δ084 Trip monitor 4
δ085 Trip monitor 5
δ086 Trip monitor 6
Description
Displays the positioning command,
range is –268435455~+268435455
Displays the current position, range
is –268435455~+268435455
Displays
two
different
data
configured in β160 and β161.
Displays currently selected inverter
mode :
I-C: IM CT mode /I-V: IM VT mode
/H-I: IM High frequency mode
/P: PM mode
Number of trip events,
Range is 0. to 65530
Displays trip event information:
•
Error code
•
Output frequency at trip point
•
Motor current at trip point
•
DC bus voltage at trip point
•
Cumulative inverter operation
time at trip point
•
Cumulative power-ON time at
trip point
Run
Mode
Edit
−
Units
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
events
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
δ090 Warning monitor
Displays the warning code
−
−
∆102 DC bus voltage monitor
Voltage of inverter internal DC bus,
Range is 0.0 to 999.9
Usage ratio of integrated brake
chopper, range is 0.0 to 100.0%
Accumulated value of electronic
thermal detection, range is from 0.0
to 100.0%
−
V
−
%
−
%
δ103 BRD load ratio monitor
∆104 Electronic thermal monitor
*1
: Up to 1000Hz for high frequency mode (b171 set to 02)
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Main Profile Parameters
NOTE:. Mark “” in b031=10 shows the accessible parameters when b031 is set “10”, high
level access.
“F” Function
Func.
Code
Name
Φ001 Output frequency setting
Φ002 Acceleration time (1)
Description
Standard default target frequency
that determines constant motor
speed, range is 0.0 / start
frequency to maximum frequency
(A004)
Standard default acceleration,
range is 0.01 to 3600 sec.
time (1),
Φ202 Acceleration
nd
Φ003
2 motor
Deceleration time (1)
Standard default deceleration,
range is 0.01 to 3600 sec.
time (1),
Φ203 Deceleration
nd
Φ004
2 motor
Keypad RUN key routing
Two options; select codes:
00 …Forward
01 …Reverse
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Run
Mode
Edit
Defaults
Initial data
Units

0.0
Hz

10.0
sec.

10.0
sec.

10.0
sec.

10.0
sec.

00
−
Standard Functions
NOTE:. Mark “” in b031=10 shows the accessible parameters when b031 is set “10”, high
level access.
“A” Function
Func.
Code
Name
Α001 Frequency source
source,
Α201 Frequency
nd
2
motor
Α002 Run command source
command source,
Α202 Run
nd
2
motor
Α003 Base frequency
Run
Mode
Edit
Description
Eight options; select codes:
00 …POT on ext. operator
01 …Control terminal
02 …Function F001 setting
03 …Modbus network input
04 …Option
06 …Pulse train input
07 …via EzSQ
10 …Calculate function output
Four options; select codes:
01 …Control terminal
02 …Run key on keypad, or
digital operator
03 …Modbus network input
04 …Option
Settable from 30 Hz to the
maximum frequency(Α004)
nd
Defaults
Initial data
Units

01
−

01
−

01
−

01
−

50.0
Hz
frequency,
Α203 Base
nd
Settable from 30 Hz to the 2
maximum frequency(Α204)

50.0
Hz
Α004 Maximum frequency
Settable from the base
*1
frequency to 400(1000) Hz

50.0
Hz
frequency,
Α204 Maximum
nd
Settable from the 2 base
*1
frequency to 400(1000) Hz

50.0
Hz
Α005 [AT] selection
Three options; select codes:
00...Select between [O] and [OI]
at [AT] (ON=OI, OFF=O)
02...Select between [O] and
external POT at [AT]
(ON=POT, OFF=O)
03...Select between [OI] and
external POT at [AT]
(ON=POT, OFF=OI)
The output frequency
corresponding to the analog
input range starting point,
*1
range is 0.00 to 400.0(1000.)
The output frequency
corresponding to the analog
input range ending point,
*1
range is 0.0 to 400.0(1000.)
The starting point (offset) for the
active analog input range,
range is 0. to 100.
The ending point (offset) for the
active analog input range,
range is 0. to 100.

00
−

0.00
Hz

0.00
Hz

0.
%

100.
%
2
2
motor
motor
Α011 [O] input active range start
frequency
Α012 [O] input active range end
frequency
Α013 [O] input active range start
voltage
Α014 [O] input active range end
voltage
nd
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“A” Function
Func.
Code
Name
Α015 [O] input start frequency
enable
Α016 Analog input filter
Α017 EzSQ function select
α019 Multi-speed operation
selection
Α020 Multi-speed freq. 0
freq. 0,
Α220 Multi-speed
nd
2
motor
Α021 Multi-speed freq. 1 to 15
to
(for both motors)
Α035
Α038 Jog frequency
Α039 Jog stop mode
Α041 Torque boost select
nd
Α241 Torque boost select, 2 motor
Α042 Manual torque boost value
Description
Two options; select codes:
00…Use offset (Α011 value)
01…Use 0Hz
Range n = 1 to 31,
1 to 30 : ×2ms filter
31: 500ms fixed filter with ±
0.1kHz hys.
Select codes:
00…Disable
01…Activate by PRG terminal
02…Activate always
Select codes:
00...Binary operation (16 speeds
selectable with 4 terminals)
01...Bit operation (8 speeds
selectable with 7 terminals)
Defines the first speed of a
multi-speed profile, range is 0.0 /
*1
start frequency to 400(1000) Hz
Α020 = Speed 0 (1st motor)
Defines the first speed of a
multi-speed profile or a 2nd
motor, range is 0.0 / start
*1
frequency to 400(1000) Hz
Α220 = Speed 0 (2nd motor)
Defines 15 more speeds,
range is 0.0 / start frequency to
*1
400(1000) Hz.
Α021=Speed 1 to Α035=Speed15
Α021 to Α035
Defines limited speed for jog,
range is from start frequency to
9.99 Hz
Define how end of jog stops the
motor; six options:
00…Free-run stop (invalid during
run)
01…Controlled deceleration
(invalid during run)
02…DC braking to stop(invalid
during run)
03…Free-run stop (valid during
run)
04…Controlled deceleration
(valid during run)
05…DC braking to stop(valid
during run)
Two options:
00…Manual torque boost
01…Automatic torque boost
Can boost starting torque
between 0 and 20% above
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Run
Mode
Edit
Defaults
Initial data
Units

01
−

8.
Spl.

00
-

00
-

6.0
Hz

6.0
Hz

See next
row
Hz


0.0
Hz
6.00
Hz

04
−

00
−

00
−

1.0
%
“A” Function
Func.
Code
Name
Description
nd
Run
Mode
Edit
Defaults
Initial data
Units
Α242 Manual torque boost value, 2
normal V/f curve,
range is 0.0 to 20.0%

1.0
%
Α043 Manual torque boost
Sets the frequency of the V/f
breakpoint A in graph (top of
previous page) for torque boost,
range is 0.0 to 50.0%

5.0
%

5.0
%
Four available V/f curves;
00…Constant torque
01…Reduced torque (1.7)
02…Free V/F
03…Sensorless vector (SLV)

00
−

00
−
Sets voltage gain of the inverter,
range is 20. to 100.%

100.
%

100.
%

100.
−

100.
−

100.
−

100.
−
Three options; select codes:
00…Disable
01…Enable during stop
02…Frequency detection
The frequency at which DC
braking begins,
range is from the start frequency
(Β082) to 60Hz
The delay from the end of
controlled deceleration to start of
DC braking (motor free runs until
DC braking begins),
range is 0.0 to 5.0 sec.
Level of DC braking force,
settable from 0 to 100%

00
−

0.5
Hz

0.0
sec.

50.
%
Sets the duration for DC braking,
range is from 0.0 to 60.0
seconds
Two options; select codes:
00…Edge detection
01…Level detection
Level of DC braking force at
start, settable from 0 to 100%

0.5
sec.

01
−

0.
%
motor
frequency
Α243 Manual torque boost
frequency,
2nd motor
Α044 V/f characteristic curve
characteristic curve,
Α244 V/f
nd
2
motor
Α045 V/f gain
nd
Α245 V/f gain, 2 motor
α046 Voltage compensation gain for
automatic torque boost
for
α246 Voltage compensation gain
nd
Sets voltage compensation gain
under automatic torque boost,
range is 0. to 255.
automatic torque boost, 2
motor
α047 Slip compensation gain for
automatic torque boost
α247 Slip compensation gain fornd
Sets slip compensation gain
under automatic torque boost,
range is 0. to 255.
automatic torque boost, 2
motor
Α051 DC braking enable
Α052 DC braking frequency
Α053 DC braking wait time
Α054 DC braking force for
deceleration
Α055 DC braking time for
deceleration
Α056 DC braking / edge or level
detection for [DB] input
α057 DC braking force at start
55
“A” Function
Func.
Code
Name
α058 DC braking time at start
α059 Carrier frequency during DC
braking
Α061 Frequency upper limit
Α261 Frequency upper limit,
2nd motor
Α062 Frequency lower limit
Α262 Frequency lower limit,
2nd motor
Α063 Jump freq. (center) 1 to 3
Α065
Α067
Α064 Jump freq. width (hysteresis) 1
to 3
Α066
Α068
Α069 Acceleration hold frequency
Α070 Acceleration hold time
Α071 PID enable
Α072 PID proportional gain
Description
Sets the duration for DC braking,
range is from 0.0 to 60.0
seconds
Carrier frequency of DC braking
performance, range is from 2.0 to
15.0kHz
Sets a limit on output frequency
less than the maximum
frequency (Α004).
Range is from frequency lower
limit (Α062) to maximum
frequency (Α004).
0.0 setting is disabled
>0.0 setting is enabled
Sets a limit on output frequency
less than the maximum
frequency (Α204).
Range is from frequency lower
limit (Α262) to maximum
frequency (Α204).
0.0 setting is disabled
>0.0 setting is enabled
Sets a limit on output frequency
greater than zero.
Range is start frequency (Β082)
to frequency upper limit (Α061)
0.0 setting is disabled
>0.0 setting is enabled
Sets a limit on output frequency
greater than zero.
Range is start frequency (Β082)
to frequency upper limit (Α261)
0.0 setting is disabled
>0.0 setting is enabled
Up to 3 output frequencies can
be defined for the output to jump
past to avoid motor resonances
(center frequency)
*1
Range is 0.0 to 400.0(1000) Hz
Defines the distance from the
center frequency at which the
jump around occurs
Range is 0.0 to 10.0 Hz
Sets the frequency to hold
acceleration, range is 0.0 to
*1
400.0(1000) Hz
Sets the duration of acceleration
hold, range is 0.0 to 60.0
seconds
Enables PID function,
three option codes:
00…PID Disable
01…PID Enable
02…PID Enable with reverse
output
Proportional gain has a range of
0.00 to 25.00
56
Run
Mode
Edit
Defaults
Initial data
Units

0.0
sec.

5.0
sec.

0.00
Hz

0.00
Hz

0.00
Hz

0.00
Hz

0.0
0.0
0.0
Hz

0.5
0.5
0.5
Hz

0.00
Hz

0.0
sec.

00
−

1.0
−
“A” Function
Func.
Code
Name
Description
Run
Mode
Edit
Defaults
Initial data
Units
Α073 PID integral time constant
Integral time constant has a
range of 0.0 to 3600 seconds

1.0
sec
Α074 PID derivative time constant
Derivative time constant has a
range of 0.0 to 100 seconds

0.00
sec
Α075 PV scale conversion
Process Variable (PV), scale
factor (multiplier), range of 0.01
to 99.99
Selects source of Process
Variable (PV), option codes:
00…[OI] terminal (current in)
01…[O] terminal (voltage in)
02…Modbus network
03…Pulse train input
10…Calculate function output
Two option codes:
00…PID input = SP-PV
01…PID input = -(SP-PV)
Sets the limit of PID output as
percent of full scale,
range is 0.0 to 100.0%
Selects source of feed forward
gain, option codes:
00…Disabled
01…[O] terminal (voltage in)
02…[OI] terminal (current in)
Automatic (output) voltage
regulation, selects from three
type of AVR functions, three
option codes:
00…AVR enabled
01…AVR disabled
02…AVR enabled except during
deceleration
200V class inverter settings:
……200/215/220/230/240
400V class inverter settings:
……380/400/415/440/460/480

1.00
−

00
−

00
−

0.0
%

00
−

02
−

02
−

230/
400
V

230/
400
V
α083 AVR filter time constant
Define the time constant of the
AVR filter, range is 0 to 10 sec.

0.300
sec
α084 AVR deceleration gain
Gain adjustment of the braking
performance, range is 50 to
200%
Two option codes:
00…Normal operation
01…Energy-saving operation
Range is 0.0 to 100 %.

100.
%

00
−

50.0
%

10.00
sec
Α076 PV source
Α077 Reverse PID action
Α078 PID output limit
α079 PID feed forward selection
Α081 AVR function select
function select,
α281 AVR
nd
2
motor
Α082 AVR voltage select
voltage select,
α282 AVR
nd
2
motor
Α085 Energy-saving operation mode
Α086 Energy-saving mode tuning
Α092 Acceleration time (2)
nd
Duration of 2 segment of
acceleration, range is:
57
“A” Function
Func.
Code
Name
Description
Units

10.00
sec

10.00
sec

10.00
sec
Three options for switching from
1st to 2nd accel/decel:
00…2CH input from terminal
01…Transition frequency
02…Forward and reverse

00
−

00
−
Output frequency at which
Accel1 switches to Accel2, range
*1
is 0.0 to 400.0(1000) Hz

0.0
Hz

0.0
Hz

0.0
Hz

0.0
Hz

01
−

01
−

0.00
Hz

0.0
Hz

20.
%

100.
%

00
−

02
−
0.01 to 3600 sec.
Α093 Deceleration time (2)
Duration of 2 segment of
deceleration, range is:
0.01 to 3600 sec.
motor
nd
time (2),
Α293 Deceleration
nd
2
motor
Α094 Select method to switch to
Acc2/Dec2 profile
to
Α294 Select method to switch
nd
Acc2/Dec2 profile, 2
motor
Α095 Acc1 to Acc2 frequency
transition point
Α295 Acc1 to Acc2 frequency
nd
transition point, 2
motor
Α096 Dec1 to Dec2 frequency
transition point
Α296 Dec1 to Dec2 frequency
nd
transition point, 2
Output frequency at which
Decel1 switches to Decel2,
*1
range is 0.0 to 400.0(1000) Hz
motor
Α097 Acceleration curve selection
Α098 Deceleration curve selection
Α101 [OI] input active range start
frequency
Α102 [OI] input active range end
frequency
Α103 [OI] input active range start
current
Α104 [OI] input active range end
current
Α105 [OI] input start frequency
select
α131 Acceleration curve constant
Defaults
Initial data
time (2),
Α292 Acceleration
nd
2
Run
Mode
Edit
Set the characteristic curve of
Acc1 and Acc2, five options:
00…linear
01…S-curve
02…U-curve
03…Inverse U-curve
04…EL S-curve
Set the characteristic curve of
Dec1 and Dec2, options are
same as above (α097)
The output frequency
corresponding to the analog
input range starting point,
*1
range is 0.0 to 400.0(1000) Hz
The output frequency
corresponding to the current
input range ending point,
*1
range is 0.0 to 400.0(1000) Hz
The starting point (offset) for the
current input range,
range is 0. to 100.%
The ending point (offset) for the
current input range,
range is 0. to 100.%
Two options; select codes:
00…Use offset (Α101 value)
01…Use 0Hz
Range is 01 to 10.
58
“A” Function
Func.
Code
Name
Description
Run
Mode
Edit
Defaults
Initial data
Units
α132 Deceleration curve constant
Range is 01 to 10.

02
−
Α141 A input select for calculate

02
−

03
−

00
−

0.00
Hz

00
−
α150 Curvature of EL-S-curve at the
Seven options:
00…Operator
01…VR
02…Terminal [O] input
03…Terminal [OI] input
04…RS485
05…Option
07…Pulse train input
Seven options:
00…Operator
01…VR
02…Terminal [O] input
03…Terminal [OI] input
04…RS485
05…Option
07…Pulse train input
Calculates a value based on the
A input source (Α141 selects)
and B input source (Α142
selects).
Three options:
00…ADD (A input + B input)
01…SUB (A input - B input)
02…MUL (A input * B input)
An offset value that is applied to
the output frequency when the
[ADD] terminal is ON.
*1
Range is 0.0 to 400.(1000) Hz
Two options:
00…Plus (adds Α145 value to the
output frequency setting)
01…Minus (subtracts Α145 value
from the output frequency
setting)
Range is 0 to 50%

10.
%
α151 Curvature of EL-S-curve at the
Range is 0 to 50%

10.
%
α152 Curvature of EL-S-curve at the
Range is 0 to 50%

10.
%
α153 Curvature of EL-S-curve at the
Range is 0 to 50%

10.
%
α154 Deceleration hold frequency
Sets the frequency to hold
deceleration, range is 0.0 to
*1
400.0(1000) Hz
Sets the duration of deceleration
hold, range is 0.0 to 60.0
seconds

0.0
Hz

0.0
sec.
function
Α142 B input select for calculate
function
Α143 Calculation symbol
Α145 ADD frequency
Α146 ADD direction select
start of acceleration
end of acceleration
start of deceleration
end of deceleration
α155 Deceleration hold time
59
“A” Function
Func.
Code
Name
α156 PID sleep function action
Description
Run
Mode
Edit
Defaults
Initial data
Units

0.00
Hz
α157 PID sleep function action delay Sets the delay time for the

0.0
sec
Α161 [VR] input active range start

0.00
Hz

0.00
Hz

0.
%

100.
%

01
−
threshold
time
frequency
Α162 [VR] input active range end
frequency
Α163 [VR] input active range start %
Α164 [VR] input active range end %
Α165 [VR] input start frequency
select
Sets the threshold for the action,
*1
set range 0.0 to 400.0(1000) Hz
action, set range 0.0 to 25.5 sec
The output frequency
corresponding to the analog
input range starting point,
*1
range is 0.0 to 400.0(1000) Hz
The output frequency
corresponding to the current
input range ending point,
*1
range is 0.0 to 400.0(1000) Hz
The starting point (offset) for the
current input range,
range is 0. to 100.%
The ending point (offset) for the
current input range,
range is 0. to 100.%
Two options; select codes:
00…Use offset (Α161 value)
01…Use 0Hz
*1
: Up to 1000Hz for high frequency mode (b171 set to 02)
60
Fine Tuning Functions
“b” Function
Func.
Code
Name
Β001 Restart mode on power failure
Description
Defaults
Run
Mode
Initial data
Units
Edit
Select inverter restart method,
Five option codes:
00…Alarm output after trip, no
automatic restart
01…Restart at 0Hz
02…Resume
operation
after
frequency matching
03…Resume previous freq. after
freq. matching, then decelerate
to stop and display trip info
04…Resume operation after active
freq. matching
The amount of time a power input
under-voltage can occur without
tripping the power failure alarm.
Range is 0.3 to 25 sec. If
under-voltage exists longer than this
time, the inverter trips, even if the
restart mode is selected.
Time delay after under-voltage
condition goes away, before the
inverter runs motor again.
Range is 0.3 to 100 seconds.

00
−

1.0
sec.

1.0
sec.

00
−

00
−

0.00
Hz

00
−
β010 Number of retry on over
Three option codes:
00…Disable
01…Enable
02…Disable during stop and
decelerates to a stop
Two option codes:
00…Restart 16 times
01…Always restart
Restart the motor from 0Hz if the
frequency becomes less than this
set value during the motor is
coasting, range is 0 to
*1
400(1000) Hz
Select inverter restart method,
Five option codes:
00…Alarm output after trip, no
automatic restart
01…Restart at 0Hz
02…Resume
operation
after
frequency matching
03…Resume previous freq. after
active freq. matching, then
decelerate to stop and display
trip info
04…Resume operation after active
freq. matching
Range is 1 to 3 times

3
times
β011
Range is 0.3 to 100 sec.

1.0
sec
/ under-voltage trip
Β002 Allowable under-voltage power
failure time
Β003 Retry wait time before motor
restart
Β004 Instantaneous power failure /
under-voltage trip alarm
enable
Β005 Number of restarts on power
β007
failure / under-voltage trip
events
Restart frequency threshold
β008 Restart mode on over voltage /
over current trip
voltage / over current trip
Retry wait time on over voltage
/ over current trip
61
“b” Function
Func.
Code
Name
Β012 Level of electronic thermal
of electronic thermal,
Β212 Level
nd
2
characteristic
Electronic thermal
nd
characteristic, 2 motor
β015 Free setting electronic thermal
β016
β017
β018
β019
β020
Β021
Β221
~freq.1
Free setting electronic thermal
~current1
Free setting electronic thermal
~freq.2
Free setting electronic thermal
~current2
Free setting electronic thermal
~freq.3
Free setting electronic thermal
~current3
Overload restriction operation
mode
Overload restriction operation
nd
mode, 2 motor
Β022 Overload restriction level
restriction level,
Β222 Overload
nd
2
β024
restriction
Deceleration rate at overload
nd
restriction, 2 motor
Overload restriction operation
mode 2

Select from three curves, option
codes:
00…Reduced torque
01…Constant torque
02…Free setting
*1
Range is 0 to 400(1000) Hz

Rated
current for
each
inverter
model
01

01
−

0.0
Hz
Range is 0 to inverter rated current
Amps
*1
Range is 0 to 400(1000) Hz

0.00
Amps

0.0
Hz
Range is 0 to inverter rated current
Amps
*1
Range is 0 to 400(1000) Hz

0.00
Amps

0.0
Hz
Range is 0 to inverter rated current
Amps
Select the operation mode during
overload conditions, four options,
option codes:
00…Disabled
01…Enabled for acceleration and
constant speed
02…Enabled for constant speed
only
03…Enabled for acceleration and
constant speed, increase speed
at regen.
Sets the level of overload restriction,
between 20% and 200% of the rated
current of the inverter, setting
resolution is 1% of rated current

0.00
Amps

01
−

01
−

Amps
Sets the deceleration rate when
inverter detects overload, range is
0.1 to 3000.0, resolution 0.1

Rated
current
x 1.5
Rated
current
x 1.5
1.0

1.0
sec.
Select the operation mode during
overload conditions, four options,
option codes:
00…Disabled
01…Enabled for acceleration and
constant speed
02…Enabled for constant speed
only
03…Enabled for acceleration and
constant speed, increase speed
at regen.

01
−

motor
Β023 Deceleration rate at overload
Β223
Set a level between 20% and 100%
of the rated inverter current.
motor
Β013 Electronic thermal
Β213
Description
Defaults
Run
Mode
Initial data
Units
Edit
62

A
A
−
Amps
sec.
“b” Function
Func.
Code
Name
β025 Overload restriction level 2
β026 Deceleration rate 2 at overload
restriction
β027 OC suppression selection
Β028 Current level of active freq.
matching
Β029 Deceleration rate of active
freq. matching
Β030 Start freq. of active freq.
matching
Β031 Software lock mode selection
Β033 Motor cable length parameter
β034 Run/power ON warning time
Β035 Rotation direction restriction
β036 Reduced voltage start
selection
Description
Defaults
Run
Mode
Initial data
Units
Edit
Sets the level of overload restriction,
between 20% and 200% of the rated
current of the inverter, setting
resolution is 1% of rated current
Sets the deceleration rate when
inverter detects overload, range is
0.1 to 3000.0, resolution 0.1
Two option codes:
00…Disabled
01…Enabled
Sets the current level of active freq.
matching restart, range is
0.1*inverter rated current to
2.0*inverter rated current, resolution
0.1
Sets the deceleration rate when
active freq. matching restart, range
is 0.1 to 3000.0, resolution 0.1
Three option codes:
00…freq at previous shutoff
01…start from max. Hz
02…start from set frequency
Prevents parameter changes, in five
options, option codes:
00…all parameters except Β031 are
locked when [SFT] terminal is
ON
01…all parameters except Β031 and
output frequency Φ001 are
locked when [SFT] terminal is
ON
02…all parameters except Β031 are
locked
03…all parameters except Β031 and
output frequency Φ001 are
locked
10…High level access including
Β031
See the row “Run Mode Edit” for the
accessible parameters in this mode.
Set range is 5 to 20.

Rated
current
x 1.5

1.0
sec.

00
−

Rated
current
A

0.5
sec.

00
−

01
−

10.
−
Range is,
0.:Warning disabled
1. to 9999.:
10 to 99,990 hrs (unit: 10)
1000 to 6553:
100,000 to 655,350 hrs (unit: 100)
Three option codes:
00…No restriction
01…Reverse rotation is restricted
02…Forward rotation is restricted
Set range, 0 (disabling the function),
1 (approx. 6ms) to 255 (approx.
1.5s)

0.
Hrs.

00
−

2
−
63
“b” Function
Func.
Code
Name
β037 Function code display
restriction
β038 Initial display selection
Β039 Automatic user parameter
registration
Β040 Torque limit selection
Β041 Torque limit 1 (fwd/power)
Description
Defaults
Run
Mode
Initial data
Units
Edit
Six option codes:
00…Full display
01…Function-specific display
02…User setting (and β037)
03…Data comparison display
04…Basic display
05…Monitor display only
000…Func. code that SET key
pressed last displayed.(*)
001~030…δ001~δ030 displayed
201…Φ001 displayed
202…B display of LCD operator
Two option codes:
00…Disable
01…Enable
Three option codes:
00…Quadrant-specific setting mode
01…Terminal-switching mode
02…Analog voltage input mode(O)
Torque limit level in forward
powering quadrant, range is 0 to
200%/no(disabled)

00
−

001
−

00

00

200
%
Torque limit level in reverse
powering quadrant, range is 0 to
200%/no(disabled)
Torque limit level in forward regen.
quadrant,
range
is
0
to
200%/no(disabled)
Two option codes:
00…Disable
01…Enable
Two option codes:
00…No protection
01…Reverse rotation is protected
00… (CT mode) / 01… (VT mode)

200
%

200
%

00

00

00
Four option codes:
00…Trips
01…Decelerates to a stop
02…Decelerates to a stop with DC
bus voltage controlled
03…Decelerates to a stop with DC
bus voltage controlled, then
restart
Setting of DC bus voltage to start
controlled decel. operation. Range is
0.0 to 1000.0
Setting the OV-LAD stop level of
controlled decel. operation. Range is
0.0 to 1000.0
Range is 0.01 to 3600.0

00
−

220.0/
440.0
V

360.0/
720.0
V

1.0
sec
Setting of initial freq. drop.
Range is 0.0 to 10.0 Hz

0.0
Hz
β042
Β043 Torque limit 3 (rev/power)
Β044 Torque limit 4 (fwd/regen.)
β045 Torque LAD STOP selection
β046 Reverse run protection
β049 Dual Rating Selection
Β050 Controlled deceleration on
power loss
Β051 DC bus voltage trigger level of
ctrl. decel.
Β052 Over-voltage threshold of ctrl.
decel.
Β053 Deceleration time of ctrl. decel.
Β054 Initial freq. drop of ctrl. decel.
64
−
“b” Function
Func.
Code
Name
Β060 Maximum-limit level of window
comparator (O)
Β061 Minimum-limit level of window
comparator (O)
Β062 Hysteresis width of window
comparator (O)
Β063 Maximum-limit level of window
comparator (OI)
Β064 Minimum-limit level of window
comparator (OI)
β065 Hysteresis width of window
comparator (OI)
β070 Operation level at O
β071
β075
disconnection
Operation level at OI
disconnection
Ambient temperature setting
Β078 Watt-hour clearance
β079 Watt-hour display gain
Β082 Start frequency
Β083 Carrier frequency
Β084 Initialization mode (parameters
or trip history)
Β085 Country for initialization
Β086 Frequency scaling conversion
factor
Β087 STOP key enable
Description
Defaults
Run
Mode
Initial data
Units
Edit
Set range, {Min.-limit level (β061) +
hysteresis width (β062)x2} to 100 %
(Minimum of 0%)
Set range, 0 to {Max.-limit level
(β060) - hysteresis width
(β062)x2} % (Maximum of 0%)
Set range, 0 to {Max.-limit level
(β060) - Min.-limit level (β061)}/2 %
(Maximum of 10%)
Set range, {Min.-limit level (β064 +
hysteresis width (β065)x2} to 100 %
(Minimum of 0%)
Set range, 0 to {Max.-limit level
(β063) - hysteresis width
(β065)x2} % (Maximum of 0%)
Set range, 0 to {Max.-limit level
(β063) - Min.-limit level (β064)}/2 %
(Maximum of 10%)
Set range, 0 to 100%, or “no”
(ignore)
Set range, 0 to 100%, or “no”
(ignore)
Set range is,
-10 to 50 °C
Two option codes:
00…OFF
01…ON (press STR then clear)
Set range is,
1. to 1000.
Sets the starting frequency for the
inverter output, range is 0.10 to 9.99
Hz
Sets the PWM carrier (internal
switching frequency), range is 2.0 to
15.0 kHz
Select initialized data, five option
codes:
00…Initialization disabled
01…Clears Trip history
02…Initializes all Parameters
03…Clears Trip history and
initializes all parameters
04…Clears Trip history and
initializes all parameters and
EzSQ program
01…Mode 1

100.
%

0.
%

0.
%

100.
%

0.
%

0.
%

no
-

no
-

40
°C

00
-

1.

0.50
Hz

10.0
kHz

00
−

01
−
Specify a constant to scale the
displayed frequency for ∆007
monitor, range is 0.01 to 99.99
Select whether the STOP key on the
keypad is enabled, three option
codes:
00…Enabled
01…Disabled always
02… Disabled for stop

1.00
−

00
−
65
“b” Function
Func.
Code
Name
Β088 Restart mode after FRS
Description
Defaults
Run
Mode
Initial data
Units
Edit

00
−

01
-

0.0
%

00
−

01
-

00
-

00
-

00
-

360/
720
V
β097 BRD resistor value
Selects how the inverter resumes
operation when free-run stop (FRS)
is cancelled, three options:
00…Restart from 0Hz
01…Restart from frequency detected
from real speed of motor (freq.
matching)
02…Restart from frequency detected
from real speed of motor (active
freq. matching)
Three option codes:
00…Disabled
01…Enabled, depending on the
output current
02…Enabled, depending on the
heat-sink temperature
Selects the rate of use (in %) of the
regenerative braking resistor per
100 sec. intervals, range is 0.0 to
100%.
0%: Function disabled
>0%: Enabled, per value
Select how the inverter stops the
motor, two option codes:
00…DEC (decelerate to stop)
01…FRS (free-run to stop)
Selects when the fan is ON during
inverter operation, three options:
00…Fan is always ON
01…Fan is ON during run, OFF
during stop (5 minute delay
from ON to OFF)
02…Fan is temperature controlled
Two option codes:
00…Count
01…Clear
Select initialized parameters, four
option codes:
00…All parameters
01…All parameters except in/output
terminals and communication.
02…Only registered parameters in
Υxxx.
03…All parameters except
registered parameters in Υxxx
and β037.
Three option codes:
00…Disable
01…Enable during run only
02…Enable always
Range is:
330 to 380V (200V class)
660 to 760V (400V class)
Min.Resistance to 600.0

Min.
Resistance
Ohm
Β100 Free V/F setting, freq.1
Set range, 0 to value of β102

0.
Hz
β089 Automatic carrier frequency
reduction
β090 Dynamic braking usage ratio
Β091 Stop mode selection
Β092 Cooling fan control
Β093 Clear elapsed time of cooling
fan
β094 Initialization target data
β095 Dynamic braking control
(BRD) selection
β096 BRD activation level
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“b” Function
Func.
Code
Name
Defaults
Run
Mode
Initial data
Units
Edit
Description
β101 Free V/F setting, voltage.1
Set range, 0 to 800V

0.0
V
β102 Free V/F setting, freq.2
Set range, value of β100 to β104

0.
Hz
β103 Free V/F setting, voltage.2
Set range, 0 to 800V

0.0
V
β104 Free V/F setting, freq.3
Set range, value of β102 to β106

0.
Hz
β105 Free V/F setting, voltage.3
Set range, 0 to 800V

0.0
V
β106 Free V/F setting, freq.4
Set range, value of β104 to β108

0.
Hz
β107 Free V/F setting, voltage.4
Set range, 0 to 800V

0.0
V
β108 Free V/F setting, freq.5
Set range, value of β108 to β110

0.
Hz
β109 Free V/F setting, voltage.5
Set range, 0 to 800V

0.0
V
β110 Free V/F setting, freq.6
Set range, value of β108 to β112

0.
Hz
β111 Free V/F setting, voltage.6
Set range, 0 to 800V

0.0
V
β112 Free V/F setting, freq.7
Set range, β110 to 400(1000)

0.
Hz
β113 Free V/F setting, voltage.7
Set range, 0 to 800V

0.0
V
Β120 Brake control enable

00
-
β121 Brake Wait Time for Release
Two option codes:
00…Disable
01…Enable
Set range: 0.00 to 5.00 sec

0.00
Sec
β122 Brake Wait Time for
Set range: 0.00 to 5.00 sec

0.00
Sec
β123
Set range: 0.00 to 5.00 sec

0.00
Sec
β124 Brake Wait Time for
Set range: 0.00 to 5.00 sec

0.00
Sec
β125
Set range: 0 to 400(1000) Hz
*1

0.00
Sec
Set range: 0 to 200% of inverter
rated current
*1
Set range: 0 to 400(1000) Hz

A

Rated
current
0.00
Hz
00…Disabled
01…Enabled
02…Enabled with accel.
DC bus voltage of suppression.
Range is:
200V class…330 to 395
400V class…660 to 790
Accel. rate when b130=02.
Set range: 0.10 to 30.00 sec.
Proportional gain when b130=01.
Range is: 0.00 to 5.00
Integration time when b130=01.
Range is: 0.00 to 150.0
Two option codes:
00…No trip (Hardware shutoff only)
01…Trip

00
−

380
/760
V

1.00
sec

0.20
−

1.0
sec

00
-
Acceleration
Brake Wait Time for Stopping
Confirmation
Brake release freq.
β126 Brake release current
β127 Braking freq. setting
Β130 Deceleration overvoltage
suppression enable
Β131 Decel. overvolt. suppress level
β132 Decel. overvolt. suppress
Β133
Β134
β145
const.
Decel. overvolt. suppress
proportional gain
Decel. overvolt. suppress
integral time
GS input mode
*1
67
“b” Function
Func.
Code
Name
β150 Display ex.operator connected
β160 1st parameter of Dual Monitor
Description
When an external operator is
connected via RS-422 port, the
built-in display is locked and shows
only one "d" parameter configured
in:
δ001 ~ δ030
Set any two "d" parameters in b160
and b161, then they can be
monitored in d050. The two
parameters are switched by
up/down keys.
Set range: δ001 ~ δ030
β161 2nd parameter of Dual Monitor
β163 Frequency set in monitoring
β164 Automatic return to the initial
display
β165 Ex. operator com. loss action
β166 Data Read/Write select
β171 Inverter mode selection
β180 Initialization trigger
β190 Password Settings A
β191 Password authentication A
β192 Password Settings B
β193 Password authentication B
Two option codes:
00…Freq. set disabled
01…Freq. set enabled
10 min. after the last key operation,
display returns to the initial
parameter set by β038. Two option
codes:
00…Disable
01…Enable
Five option codes:
00…Trip
01…Trip after deceleration to a stop
02…Ignore
03…Coasting (FRS)
04…Decelerates to a stop
00… Read/Write OK
01… Protected
Three option codes:
00…No function
01…Std. IM (Induction Motor)
02…High frequency induction motor
03…PM (Permanent Magnet Motor)
This is to perform initialization by
parameter input with β084, β085 and
β094. Two option codes:
00…Initialization disable
01…Perform initialization
0000(Invalid Password)
0001-FFFF(Password)
0000-FFFF
0000(Invalid Password)
0001-FFFF(Password)
0000-FFFF
*1
: Up to 1000Hz for high frequency mode (b171 set to 02)
68
Defaults
Run
Mode
Initial data
Units
Edit

001
−

001
−

002
−

00
-

00
-

02
-

00
-

00
-

00
-

0000
-

0000
-

0000
-

0000
-
Intelligent Terminal Functions
“C” Function
Func.
Code
Name
Χ001 Input [1] function
Χ002 Input [2] function
Χ003 Input [3] function
Χ004
Χ005
Χ006
[GS1 assignable]
Input [4] function
[GS2 assignable]
Input [5] function
[PTC assignable]
Input [6] function
Χ007 Input [7] function
Χ011
Χ012
Χ013
Χ014
Χ015
Χ016
Χ017
Χ021
Input [1] active state
Input [2] active state
Input [3] active state
Description
Select input terminal [1] function,
68 options (see next section)
Select input terminal [2] function,
68 options (see next section)

Select input terminal [3] function,
68 options (see next section)
Select input terminal [4] function,
68 options (see next section)
Select input terminal [5] function,
68 options (see next section)
Select input terminal [6] function,
68 options (see next section)
Select input terminal [7] function,
68 options (see next section)
Select logic conversion, two option
codes:
00…normally open [NO]
01…normally closed [NC]

Input [4] active state
Input [5] active state
Input [6] active state
Input [7] active state
Output [11] function
[EDM assignable]
Χ022 Output [12] function
Χ026 Alarm relay function
Χ027 [EO] terminal selection
(Pulse/PWM output)
Run
Mode
Edit
48 programmable functions
available for logic (discrete) outputs
(see next section)
48 programmable functions
available for logic (discrete) outputs
(see next section)
13 programmable functions:
00…Output frequency (PWM)
01…Output current (PWM)
02…Output torque (PWM)
03…Output frequency (Pulse train)
04…Output voltage (PWM)
05…Input power (PWM)
06…Electronic thermal load ratio
(PWM)
07…LAD frequency (PWM)
08…Output current (Pulse train)
10…Heat sink temperature (PWM)
12…General output (PWM)
15…Pulse train input monitor
16…Option(PWM)
69
















Defaults
Initial data
Units
00
[FW]
01
[RV]
−
12
[EXT]
18
[RS]
02
[CF1]
03
[CF2]
06
[JG]
00
−
00
−
00
−
00
−
00
−
00
−
00
−
00
[RUN]
01
[FA1]
05
[AL]
−
07
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
“C” Function
Func.
Code
Name
Χ028 [AM] terminal selection
Run
Mode
Edit
Description
Χ045 Frequency arrival setting 2
11 programmable functions:
00…Output frequency
01…Output current
02…Output torque
04…Output voltage
05…Input power
06…Electronic thermal load ratio
07…LAD frequency
10…Heat sink temperature
11…Output torque (with code)
13…General output
16…Option
Current with digital current monitor
output at 1,440Hz
Range is 20%~200% of rated
current
Select logic conversion, two option
codes:
00…normally open [NO]
01…normally closed [NC]
Two option codes:
00…During acceleration,
deceleration and constant speed
01…During constant speed only
Set the level of low load detection,
range is 0.0 to 2.0 * inverter rated
current
Two option codes:
00…During accel., decel. and
constant speed
01…During constant speed only
Sets the overload warning signal
level between 0% and 200% (from
0 to two time the rated current of
the inverter)
Sets the overload warning signal
level between 0% and 200% (from
0 to two time the rated current of
the inverter)
Sets the frequency arrival setting
threshold for the output frequency
during acceleration,
*1
range is 0.0 to 400.0(1000) Hz
Sets the frequency arrival setting
threshold for the output frequency
during deceleration,
*1
range is 0.0 to 400.0(1000) Hz
Sets the allowable PID loop error
magnitude (absolute value),
SP-PV, range is 0.0 to 100%
*1
Set range is 0.0 to 400.0(1000) Hz
Χ046
Set range is 0.0 to 400.0(1000) Hz
(Analog voltage output
0...10V)
Χ030 Digital current monitor
reference value
Χ031
Χ032
Χ036
Χ038
Output [11] active state
Output [12] active state
Alarm relay active state
Output mode of low current
detection
Χ039 Low current detection level
Χ040 Output mode of overload
warning
Χ041 Overload warning level
nd
Χ241 Overload warning level, 2
motor
Χ042 Frequency arrival setting
for acceleration
Χ043 Frequency arrival setting
for deceleration
Χ044 PID deviation level
for acceleration
Frequency arrival setting 2
for deceleration
*1
70
Defaults
Initial data
Units

07
[LAD]
−

Rated current
A




00
−
00
-
01
−
01
−

Rated
current
A

01
−

Rated current
x 1.15
A

Rated current
x 1.15
A

0.0
Hz

0.0
Hz

3.0
%

0.00
Hz

0.00
Hz
“C” Function
Func.
Code
Name
Χ047 Pulse train input/output
Description
Run
Mode
Edit
Defaults
Initial data
Units

1.00

100.0
%

0.0
%

00
-

100.
%
Χ055 Over/under-torque level
If EO terminal is configured as
pulse train input (C027=15), scale
conversion is set in C047.
Pulse-out = Pulse-in × (C047)
Set range is 0.01 to 99.99
When the PV exceeds this value,
the PID loop turns OFF the PID
second stage output, range is 0.0
to 100%
When the PV goes below this
value, the PID loop turns ON the
PID second stage output, range is
0.0 to 100%
Two option codes:
00…Over-torque
01…Under-torque
Set range is 0 to 200%
Χ056
Set range is 0 to 200%

100.
%
Set range is 0 to 200%

100.
%
Set range is 0 to 200%

100.
%
Two option codes:
00…During accel., decel. and
constant speed
01…During constant speed only
Set range is 0 to 100%
Setting 0 means disabled.
Set range is 0.0 to 100.0Hz

01
-

90
%
Χ063
Χ064 Heat sink overheat warning Set range is 0 to 110 °C
Eight option codes:
Χ071 Communication speed



0.00
Hz
Χ072 Modbus address
scale conversion
Χ052 PID FBV output
high limit
Χ053 PID FBV output
low limit
Χ054 Over-torque/under-torque
selection
Χ057
Χ058
Χ059
(Forward powering mode)
Over/under-torque level
(Reverse regen. mode)
Over/under-torque level
(Reverse powering mode)
Over/under-torque level
(Forward regen. mode)
Signal output mode of
Over/under-torque
Χ061 Electronic thermal warning
level
Zero speed detection level
Χ074 Communication parity
Χ075 Communication stop bit
03…2,400 bps
04…4,800 bps
05…9,600 bps
06…19,200 bps
07…38,400 bps
08…57,600 bps
09…76,800 bps
10…115,200 bps
Set the address of the inverter on
the network. Range is 1 to 247
Three option codes:
00…No parity
01…Even parity
02…Odd parity
Two option codes:
1…1 bit
2…2 bit
71
100.
°C
05
baud

1.
−

00
−

1
bit
“C” Function
Func.
Code
Name
Χ076 Communication error
Description
Run
Mode
Edit
Defaults
Initial data
Units

02
−

0.00
sec.

0.
msec.

100.0
%

100.0
%

100.0
%

00
−

00
−
Χ098 EzCOM start adr. of master
Χ099 EzCOM end adr. of master 01 to 08
00… Input terminal
Χ100 EzCOM starting trigger



01
−
01
−
00
−
Χ101 Up/Down memory mode

00
−
select
Χ077 Communication error
time-out
Χ078 Communication wait time
Χ081 O input span calibration
Χ082 OI input span calibration
Χ085 Thermistor input (PTC)
Χ091
span calibration
Debug mode enable
Χ096 Communication selection
selection
Selects inverter response to
communications error.
Five options:
00…Trip
01…Decelerate to a stop and trip
02…Disable
03…Free run stop (coasting)
04…Decelerates to a stop
Sets the communications watchdog
timer period.
Range is 0.00 to 99.99 sec
0.0 = disabled
Time the inverter waits after
receiving a message before it
transmits.
Range is 0. to 1000. ms
Scale factor between the external
frequency command on terminals
L–O (voltage input) and the
frequency output,
range is 0.0 to 200%
Scale factor between the external
frequency command on terminals
L–OI (voltage input) and the
frequency output,
range is 0.0 to 200%
Scale factor of PTC input.
Range is 0.0 to 200%
Displays debug parameters.
Two option codes:
00…Disable
01…Enable <Do not set>
(for factory use)
00…Modbus-RTU
01… EzCOM
02… EzCOM<administrator>
01 to 08
01… Always
Controls speed setpoint for the
inverter after power cycle.
Two option codes:
00…Clear last frequency (return to
default frequency Φ001)
01…Keep last frequency adjusted
by UP/DWN
72
“C” Function
Func.
Code
Name
Χ102 Reset selection
Description
Χ105
Χ106
Χ109
Χ111
EO gain adjustment
Determines response to Reset
input [RS].
Four option codes:
00…Cancel trip state at input signal
ON transition, stops inverter if
in Run Mode
01…Cancel trip state at signal OFF
transition, stops inverter if in
Run Mode
02…Cancel trip state at input ON
transition, no effect if in Run
Mode
03…Clear the memories only
related to trip status
Determines the restart mode after
reset is given, three option codes:
00…Start with 0 Hz
01…Start with freq. matching
02…Start with active freq. matching
Freq. set value when UDC signal is
given to the input terminal, two
option codes:
00…0 Hz
01…Original setting (in the
EEPROM memory at power
on)
Set range is 50 to 200%
AM gain adjustment
Set range is 50 to 200%
AM bias adjustment
Set range is 0 to 100%
Overload warning level 2
Χ130
Χ131
Χ132
Χ133
Χ140
Χ141
Χ142
Χ143
Output [11] on delay
Sets the overload warning signal
level between 0% and 200% (from
0 to two time the rated current of
the inverter)
Set range is 0.0 to 100.0 sec.
Χ144
Logic output 1 operator
Χ103 Restart mode after reset
Χ104 UP/DWN clear mode
Output [11] off delay
Output [12] on delay
Set range is 0.0 to 100.0 sec.
Output [12] off delay
Relay output on delay
Set range is 0.0 to 100.0 sec.
Relay output off delay
Logic output 1 operand A
Logic output 1 operand B
Χ145 Logic output 2 operand A
Χ146 Logic output 2 operand B
All the programmable functions
available for logic (discrete) outputs
except LOG1 to LOG3, OPO, no
Applies a logic function to calculate
[LOG] output state,
Three options:
00…[LOG] = A AND B
01…[LOG] = A OR B
02…[LOG] = A XOR B
All the programmable functions
available for logic (discrete) outputs
except LOG1 to LOG3, OPO, no
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Run
Mode
Edit
Defaults
Initial data
Units

00
−

00
-

00
-




100.
%
100.
%
0.
%
Rated current
x 1.15
A









0.0
Sec.
0.0
Sec.
0.0
Sec.
0.0
Sec.
0.0
Sec.
0.0
Sec.
00
−
00
−
00
−


00
−
00
−
“C” Function
Func.
Code
Name
Description
Χ147 Logic output 2 operator
Χ148 Logic output 3 operand A
Χ149 Logic output 3 operand B
Χ150
Logic output 3 operator
Χ160
Χ161
Χ162
Χ163
Χ164
Χ165
Χ166
Χ169
Input [1] response time
Input [2] response time
Input [3] response time
Applies a logic function to calculate
[LOG] output state,
Three options:
00…[LOG] = A AND B
01…[LOG] = A OR B
02…[LOG] = A XOR B
All the programmable functions
available for logic (discrete) outputs
except LOG1 to LOG3, OPO, no
Applies a logic function to calculate
[LOG] output state,
Three options:
00…[LOG] = A AND B
01…[LOG] = A OR B
02…[LOG] = A XOR B
Sets response time of each input
terminal, set range:
0 (x 2 [ms]) to 200 (x 2 [ms])
(0 to 400 [ms])
Input [4] response time
Input [5] response time
Input [6] response time
Input [7] response time
Multistage speed/position
determination time
Set range is 0. to 200. (x 10ms)
Run
Mode
Edit
Defaults
Initial data
Units

00
−



00
−
00
−
00
−








1.
−
1.
−
1.
−
1.
−
1.
−
1.
−
1.
−
0.
ms
*1
: Up to 1000Hz for high frequency mode (b171 set to 02)
Input Function Summary Table – This table shows all thirty-one intelligent input functions
at a glance. Detailed description of these functions, related parameters and settings, and
example wiring diagrams are in “Using Intelligent Input Terminals” on page 30.
Input Function Summary Table
Option
Code
Terminal
Symbol
00
FW
FORWARD Run/Stop
01
RV
Reverse Run/Stop
02
CF1
03
CF2
04
CF3
05
CF4
06
JG
Function Name
Multi-speed Select,
Bit 0 (LSB)
Multi-speed Select,
Bit 1
Multi-speed Select,
Bit 2
Multi-speed Select,
Bit 3 (MSB)
Jogging
07
DB
External DC braking
08
SET
Set (select) 2nd Motor
Data
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
74
Desc
ription
Inverter is in Run Mode, motor runs forward
Inverter is in Stop Mode, motor stops
Inverter is in Run Mode, motor runs reverse
Inverter is in Stop Mode, motor stops
Binary encoded speed select, Bit 0, logical 1
Binary encoded speed select, Bit 0, logical 0
Binary encoded speed select, Bit 1, logical 1
Binary encoded speed select, Bit 1, logical 0
Binary encoded speed select, Bit 2, logical 1
Binary encoded speed select, Bit 2, logical 0
Binary encoded speed select, Bit 3, logical 1
Binary encoded speed select, Bit 3, logical 0
Inverter is in Run Mode, output to motor runs at
jog parameter frequency
Inverter is in Stop Mode
DC braking will be applied during deceleration
DC braking will not be applied
The inverter uses 2nd motor parameters for
generating frequency output to motor
The inverter uses 1st (main) motor parameters
for generating frequency output to motor
Input Function Summary Table
Option
Code
09
11
Terminal
Symbol
2CH
Function Name
2-stage Acceleration
and Deceleration
Description
ON
OFF
ON
FRS
Free-run Stop
OFF
12
ON
EXT
External Trip
OFF
13
USP
Unattended Start
Protection
ON
OFF
14
CS
Commercial
power ON
source switchover
OFF
15
SFT
Software Lock
16
AT
18
RS
ON
OFF
ON
Analog Input
Voltage/Current Select OFF
Reset Inverter
ON
OFF
19
PTC
20
STA
21
STP
22
F/R
PTC
thermistor ANLG
Thermal Protection
(C005 only)
OPEN
Start
(3-wire interface)
Stop
(3-wire interface)
FWD, REV
(3-wire interface)
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
23
PID
PID Disable
ON
OFF
24
PIDC
27
UP
28
DWN
PID Reset
Remote Control UP
Function (motorized
speed pot.)
Remote Control Down
Function (motorized
speed pot.)
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Frequency output uses 2nd-stage acceleration and
deceleration values
Frequency output uses standard acceleration and
deceleration values
Causes output to turn OFF, allowing motor to free run
(coast) to stop
Output operates normally, so controlled deceleration
stop motor
When assigned input transitions OFF to ON, inverter
latches trip event and displays Ε 12
No trip event for ON to OFF, any recorded trip events
remain in history until reset
On powerup, the inverter will not resume a Run
command (mostly used in the US)
On powerup, the inverter will resume a Run command
that was active before power loss
Motor can be driven by commercial power
Motor is driven via the inverter
The keypad and remote programming devices are
prevented from changing parameters
The parameters may be edited and stored
Refer to “Analog Input Operation” on page 44.
The trip condition is reset, the motor output is turned
OFF, and powerup reset is asserted
Normal power-ON operation
When a thermistor is connected to terminal [5] and [L],
the inverter checks for over-temperature and will cause
trip event and turn OFF output to motor
A disconnect of the thermistor causes a trip event, and
the inverter turns OFF the motor
Starts the motor rotation
No change to present motor status
Stops the motor rotation
No change to present motor status
Selects the direction of motor rotation: ON = FWD.
While the motor is rotating, a change of F/R will start a
deceleration, followed by a change in direction
Selects the direction of motor rotation: OFF = REV.
While the motor is rotating, a change of F/R will start a
deceleration, followed by a change in direction
Temporarily disables PID loop control. Inverter output
turns OFF as long as PID Enable is active (Α071=01)
Has no effect on PID loop operation, which operates
normally if PID Enable is active (Α071=01)
Resets the PID loop controller. The main consequence
is that the integrator sum is forced to zero
No effect on PID controller
Accelerates (increases output frequency) motor from
current frequency
Output to motor operates normally
Decelerates (decreases output frequency) motor from
current frequency
Output to motor operates normally
75
Input Function Summary Table
Option
Code
29
Terminal
Symbol
UDC
31
OPE
Function Name
Remote Control Data
Clearing
Operator Control
Description
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
32
SF1
33
SF2
34
SF3
35
SF4
36
SF5
37
SF6
38
SF7
39
OLR
40
TL
41
TRQ1
Torque limit switch 1
42
TRQ2
Torque limit switch 2
44
BOK
Brake confirmation
46
LAC
LAD cancellation
Multi-speed Select,
Bit operation Bit 1
Multi-speed Select,
Bit operation Bit 2
Multi-speed Select,
Bit operation Bit 3
Multi-speed Select,
Bit operation Bit 4
Multi-speed Select,
Bit operation Bit 5
Multi-speed Select,
Bit operation Bit 6
Multi-speed Select,
Bit operation Bit 7
Overload Restriction
Source Changeover
Torque Limit Selection
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
47
PCLR
50
ADD
Pulse counter clear
ON
OFF
ADD frequency enable ON
OFF
51
F-TM
Force Terminal Mode
ON
OFF
52
ATR
53
KHC
56
MI1
57
MI2
Enable torque
command input
Clear watt-hour data
General purpose input
(1)
General purpose input
(2)
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Clears the UP/DWN frequency memory by forcing it to
equal the set frequency parameter F001. Setting Χ101
must be set=00 to enable this function to work
UP/DWN frequency memory is not changed
Forces the source of the output frequency setting Α001
and the source of the Run command Α002 to be from
the digital operator
Source of output frequency set by Α001 and source of
Run command set by Α002 is used
Bit encoded speed select, Bit 1, logical 1
Bit encoded speed select, Bit 1, logical 0
Bit encoded speed select, Bit 2, logical 1
Bit encoded speed select, Bit 2, logical 0
Bit encoded speed select, Bit 3, logical 1
Bit encoded speed select, Bit 3, logical 0
Bit encoded speed select, Bit 4, logical 1
Bit encoded speed select, Bit 4, logical 0
Bit encoded speed select, Bit 5, logical 1
Bit encoded speed select, Bit 5, logical 0
Bit encoded speed select, Bit 6, logical 1
Bit encoded speed select, Bit 6, logical 0
Bit encoded speed select, Bit 7, logical 1
Bit encoded speed select, Bit 7, logical 0
Perform overload restriction
Normal operation
Setting of β040 is enabled
Max. torque is limited with 200%
Torque limit related parameters of Powering/regen, and
FW/RV modes are selected by the combinations of
these inputs.
Brake wait time (β124) is valid
Brake wait time (β124) is not valid
Set ramp times are ignored. Inverter output
immediately follows the freq. command.
Accel. and/or decel. is according to the
set ramp time
Clear the position deviation data
Maintain the position deviation data
Adds the Α145 (add frequency) value
to the output frequency
Does not add the Α145 value to the
output frequency
Force inverter to use input terminals
for output frequency and Run command sources
Source of output frequency set by Α001 and source of
Run command set by Α002 is used
Torque control command input is enabled
Torque control command input is disabled
Clear watt-hour data
No action
General purpose input (1) is made ON under EzSQ
General purpose input (1) is made OFF under EzSQ
General purpose input (2) is made ON under EzSQ
General purpose input (2) is made OFF under EzSQ
76
Input Function Summary Table
Option
Code
58
Terminal
Symbol
MI3
59
MI4
60
MI5
61
MI6
62
MI7
65
AHD
66
CP1
67
CP2
68
CP3
69
ORL
70
ORG
73
SPD
77
GS1
Trigger signal of
homing
Speed/position
changeover
GS1 input
78
GS2
GS2 input
81
485
Start EzCOM
82
PRG
83
HLD
84
ROK
85
EB
86
DISP
Executing EzSQ
program
Retain output
frequency
Permission of Run
command
Rotation direction
detection (C007 only)
Display limitation
255
no
Function Name
General purpose input
(3)
General purpose input
(4)
General purpose input
(5)
General purpose input
(6)
General purpose input
(7)
Analog command hold
Multistage-position
switch (1)
Multistage-position
switch (2)
Multistage-position
switch (3)
Limit signal of homing
No function
Description
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
General purpose input (3) is made ON under EzSQ
General purpose input (3) is made OFF under EzSQ
General purpose input (4) is made ON under EzSQ
General purpose input (4) is made OFF under EzSQ
General purpose input (5) is made ON under EzSQ
General purpose input (5) is made OFF under EzSQ
General purpose input (6) is made ON under EzSQ
General purpose input (6) is made OFF under EzSQ
General purpose input (7) is made ON under EzSQ
General purpose input (7) is made OFF under EzSQ
Analog command is held
Analog command is not held
Multistage position commands are set according to the
combination of these switches.
Limit signal of homing is ON
Limit signal of homing is OFF
Starts homing operation
No action
Speed control mode
Position control mode
EN60204-1 related signals:
Signal input of “Safe torque off” function.
Starts EzCOM
No execution
Executing EzSQ program
No execution
Retain the current output frequency
No retention
Run command permitted
Run command is not permitted
Forward rotation
Reverse rotation
Only a parameter configured in β038 is shown
All the monitors can be shown
(input ignored)
(input ignored)
77
Output Function Summary Table – This table shows all functions for the logical outputs
(terminals [11], [12] and [AL]) at a glance. Detailed descriptions of these functions, related
parameters and settings, and example wiring diagrams are in “Using Intelligent Output
Terminals” on page 39.
Option
Code
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
09
10
11
12
13
19
20
Output Function Summary Table
Terminal
Function Name
Description
Symbol
RUN
Run Signal
ON
When the inverter is in Run Mode
OFF When the inverter is in Stop Mode
FA1
Frequency Arrival Type ON
When output to motor is at the set frequency
1–Constant Speed
OFF When output to motor is OFF, or in any
acceleration or deceleration ramp
FA2
Frequency Arrival Type ON
When output to motor is at or above the set freq,
2–Over frequency
even if in accel (Χ042) or decel (Χ043) ramps
OFF When output to motor is OFF,
or at a level below the set frequency
OL
Overload Advance
ON
When output current is more than the set
Notice Signal 1
threshold (Χ041) for the overload signal
OFF When output current is less than the set threshold
for the deviation signal
OD
Output Deviation
ON
When PID error is more than the set threshold for
for PID Control
the deviation signal
OFF When PID error is less than the set threshold for
the deviation signal
AL
Alarm Signal
ON
When an alarm signal has occurred and has not
been cleared
OFF When no alarm has occurred since the last
cleaning of alarm(s)
FA3
Frequency Arrival Type ON
When output to motor is at the set frequency,
3–Set frequency
during accel (Χ042) and decel (Χ043).
OFF When output to motor is OFF,
or is not at a level of the set frequency
OTQ
Over/under Torque
ON
Estimated motor torque exceeds
Signal
the specified level
OFF Estimated motor torque is lower than
the specified level
UV
Undervoltage
ON
Inverter is in Undervoltage
OFF Inverter is not in Undervoltage
TRQ
Torque Limited Signal
ON
Torque limit function is executing
OFF Torque limit function is not executing
RNT
Run Time Expired
ON
Total running time of the inverter exceeds
the specified value
OFF Total running time of the inverter does not exceed
the specified value
ONT
Power ON time Expired ON
Total power ON time of the inverter exceeds
the specified value
OFF Total power ON time of the inverter does not
exceed the specified value
THM
Thermal Warning
ON
Accumulated thermal count exceeds
the Χ061 set value
OFF Accumulated thermal count does not exceed the
Χ061 set value
BRK
Brake Release Signal
ON
Output for brake release
BER
Brake Error Signal
OFF
No action for brake
ON
OFF
Brake error has occurred
Brake performance is normal
78
Option
Code
21
22
23
24
Output Function Summary Table
Terminal
Function Name
Description
Symbol
ZS
Zero Hz Speed
ON
Output frequency falls below the threshold
Detection Signal
specified in Χ063
OFF Output frequency is higher than the threshold
specified in Χ063
DSE
Speed Deviation
ON
Deviation of speed command and actual speed
Excessive
exceeds the specified value Π027.
OFF Deviation of speed command and actual speed
does not exceed the specified value Π027.
POK
Positioning Completion ON
Positioning is completed
OFF Positioning is not completed
FA4
Frequency Arrival Type
4–Over frequency
ON
OFF
25
FA5
Frequency Arrival Type
5–Set frequency
ON
OFF
26
OL2
Overload Advance
Notice Signal 2
ON
OFF
27
ODc
Analog Voltage Input
Disconnect Detection
28
OIDc
Analog Current input
Disconnect Detection
31
FBV
PID Second Stage
Output
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
When output to motor is at or above the set freq.,
even if in accel (Χ045) or decel (Χ046) ramps
When output to motor is OFF, or at a level below
the set frequency
When output to motor is at the set frequency,
during accel (Χ045) and decel (Χ046).
When output to motor is OFF, or is not at a level of
the set frequency
When output current is more than the set
threshold (Χ111) for the overload signal
When output current is less than the set threshold
for the deviation signal
When the [O] input value < Β070 setting (signal
loss detected)
When no signal loss is detected
When the [OI] input value < Β071 setting (signal
loss detected)
When no signal loss is detected
39
WAC
Capacitor Life Warning
Signal
ON
OFF
Transitions to ON when the inverter is in RUN
Mode and the PID Process Variable (PV) is less
than the Feedback Low Limit (Χ053)
Transitions to OFF when the PID Process Variable
(PV) exceeds the PID High Limit (Χ052), and
transitions to OFF when the inverter goes from
Run Mode to Stop Mode
When the communications watchdog timer (period
specified by Χ077) has time out
When the communications watchdog timer is
satisfied by regular communications activity
When the Boolean operation specified by Χ143
has a logical “1” result
When the Boolean operation specified by Χ143
has a logical “0” result
When the Boolean operation specified by Χ146
has a logical “1” result
When the Boolean operation specified by Χ146
has a logical “0” result
When the Boolean operation specified by Χ149
has a logical “1” result
When the Boolean operation specified by Χ149
has a logical “0” result
Lifetime of internal capacitor has expired.
Lifetime of internal capacitor has not expired.
40
WAF
Cooling Fan Warning
Signal
ON
Lifetime of cooling fan has expired.
OFF
32
NDc
Network Disconnect
Detection
ON
OFF
33
LOG1
Logic Output Function 1
ON
OFF
34
LOG2
Logic Output Function 2
ON
OFF
35
LOG3
Logic Output Function 3
ON
OFF
79
Output Function Summary Table
Option
Code
Terminal
Symbol
41
FR
42
OHF
Function Name
Description
OFF
Lifetime of cooling fan has not expired.
Starting Contact Signal
ON
OFF
Heat Sink Overheat
Warning
ON
58
FREF
Frequency Command
Source
ON
OFF
59
REF
Run Command Source
60
SETM
2
62
EDM
STO (Safe Torque Off)
Performance Monitor
(Output terminal 11
only)
Option card output
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
Either FW or RV command is given to the inverter
No FW or RV command is given to the inverter, or
both are given to the inverter
Temperature of the heat sink exceeds a specified
value (Χ064)
Temperature of the heat sink does not exceed a
specified value (Χ064)
Motor current is less than the specified value
(Χ039)
Motor current is not less than the specified value
(Χ039)
General output 1 is ON
General output 1 is OFF
General output 2 is ON
General output 2 is OFF
General output 3 is ON
General output 3 is OFF
Inverter can receive a run command
Inverter cannot receive a run command
Inverter is driving the motor in forward direction
Inverter is not driving the motor in forward
direction
Inverter is driving the motor in reverse direction
Inverter is not driving the motor in reverse
direction
Inverter is tripping with major failure
Inverter is normal, or is not tripping with major
failure
Analog voltage input value is inside of the window
comparator
Analog voltage input value is outside of the
window comparator
Analog current input value is inside of the window
comparator
Analog current input value is outside of the
window comparator
Frequency command is given from the operator
Frequency command is not given from the
operator
Run command is given from the operator
Run command is not given from the operator
nd
2 motor is being selected
nd
2 motor is not being selected
STO is being performed
OFF
STO is not being performed
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
(output terminal for option card)
(output terminal for option card)
-
OFF
43
LOC
Low load detection
ON
OFF
44
MO1
General Output 1
45
MO2
General Output 2
46
MO3
General Output 3
50
IRDY
Inverter Ready Signal
51
FWR
Forward Rotation
52
RVR
Reverse Rotation
ON
OFF
53
MJA
Major Failure Signal
ON
OFF
54
WCO
Window Comparator for
Analog Voltage Input
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
55
WCOI
Window Comparator for
Analog Current Input
ON
OFF
63
OPO
255
no
nd
Motor Selection
Not used
80
Motor Constants Functions
“H” Function
Func.
Code
Name
Description
Run
Mode
Edit
Defaults
Initial data
Units
Η001 Auto-tuning selection
Three option codes:
00…Disabled
01…Enabled with motor stop
02…Enabled with motor rotation

00
-
Η002 Motor constant selection
Two option codes:
00…Hitachi standard motor
02…Auto tuned data

00
-

00
-

Specified by
the capacity of
each inverter
model
kW


4
poles
4
poles

100.
-

100.
-

100.
−

100.
−
constant selection,
Η202 Motor
nd
2
motor
Η003 Motor capacity
Twelve selections:
0.1/0.2/0.4/0.75/1.5/2.2/3.7/
5.5/7.5/11/15/18.5
capacity,
Η203 Motor
nd
2
Η004 Motor poles setting
poles setting,
Η204 Motor
nd
Η005
Η205
Η006

motor
2 motor
Motor speed response
constant
Motor speed response
nd
constant, 2 motor
Motor stabilization constant
Five selections:
2 / 4 / 6 / 8 / 10
Set range is 1 to 1000
Motor constant (factory set),
range is 0 to 255
Η206 Motor stabilization
nd
Η020
Η220
Η021
Η221
Η022
Η222
Η023
Η223
Η024
Η224
Η030
Η230
constant, 2 motor
Motor constant R1
(Hitachi motor)
Motor constant R1,
nd
2 motor (Hitachi motor)
Motor constant R2
(Hitachi motor)
Motor constant R2,
nd
2 motor (Hitachi motor)
Motor constant L
(Hitachi motor)
Motor constant L,
nd
2 motor (Hitachi motor)
Motor constant I0
(Hitachi motor)
Motor constant I0,
nd
2 motor (Hitachi motor)
Motor constant J
(Hitachi motor)
Motor constant J,
nd
2 motor (Hitachi motor)
Motor constant R1
(Auto tuned data)
Motor constant R1,
nd
2 motor (Auto tuned data)
0.001 to 65.535 ohms


Specified by Ohm
the capacity of
each inverter Ohm
mode
Ohm

Ohm

mH

mH

A

A

kgm

kgm

0.001 to 65.535 ohms
0.01 to 655.35mH
0.01 to 655.35A
2
0.001 to 9999 kgm
0.001 to 65.535 ohms


81
kW
2
2
Specified by ohm
the capacity of
each inverter
ohm
“H” Function
Func.
Code
Name
Description
Η031 Motor constant R2
Η231
Η032
Η232
Η033
Η233
Η034
Η234
Η050
Η051

0.001 to 65.535 ohms
(Auto tuned data)
Motor constant R2,
nd
2 motor (Auto tuned data)
Motor constant L
(Auto tuned data)
Motor constant L,
nd
2 motor (Auto tuned data)
Motor constant I0
(Auto tuned data)
Motor constant I0,
nd
2 motor (Auto tuned data)
Motor constant J
(Auto tuned data)
Motor constant J,
nd
2 motor (Auto tuned data)
Slip compensation P gain
for V/f control with FB
Slip compensation I gain
for V/f control with FB
Run
Mode
Edit
0.01 to 655.35mH
0.01 to 655.35A
2
0.001 to 9999 kgm
Defaults
Initial data
Units
mode
ohm

ohm

mH

mH

A

A

kgm

kgm
2
2
0.00 to 10.00

0.2
Times
0. to 1000.

2.
(s)
PM Motor Constants Functions
“H” Function
Func.
Code
Name
Description
Run
Mode
Edit
Defaults
Initial data
Units
00…Hitachi standard
(Use H106-H110 for motor
constants)
01…Auto-Tuning
(Use H109-H110, H111-H113
for motor constants)

0.1/0.2/0.4/0.55/0.75/1.1/1.5/2.2/
3.0/3.7/4.0/5.5/7.5/11.0/15.0/18.5

kW
dependent
kW
Η104 PM motor pole setting
2/4/6/8/10/12/14/16/18/20/22/24/26/
28/30/32/34/36/38/40/42/44/46/48

kW
dependent
Poles
Η105 PM Rated Current
(0.00 to 1.00)×Rated current of the
inverter [A]

kW
dependent
A
Η106 PM const R(Resistance)
0.001 to 65.535 [Ω]

kW
dependent
Ohm
PM const Ld
0.01 to 655.35 [mH]

kW
dependent
mH
PM const Lq
0.01 to 655.35 [mH]

kW
dependent
mH
PM const Ke
0.0001 to 6.5535 [V/(rad/s)]

kW
dependent
V/
(rad/s)
PM const J
(Moment of inertia)
0.001 to 9999.000 [kgm ]

kW
dependent
kgm
Η102 PM motor code setting
Η103 PM motor capacity
Η107 (d-axis inductance)
Η108 (q-axis inductance)
Η109 (Induction voltage constant)
Η110
2
82
00
2
“H” Function
Func.
Code
Name
Description
PM const R
Η111 (Resistance, Auto)
Run
Mode
Edit
Defaults
Initial data
Units
0.001 to 65.535 [Ω]

kW
dependent
Ohm
PM
const
Ld(d-axis
0.01 to 655.35 [mH]

kW
dependent
mH
PM
const
Lq(q-axis
0.01 to 655.35 [mH]

kW
dependent
mH
1 to 1000 [%]

20.00 to 100.00 [%]

Η118 PM Starting Time
0.01 to 60.00 [s]

1.00[s]
Η119 PM Stabilization Constant
0 to 120 [%]

100[%]
Η121 PM Minimum Frequency
0.0 to 25.5 [%]

8.0 [%]
Η122 PM No-Load Current
0.00 to 100.00 [%]

10.00 [%]
00… Normal
01… Initial Magnet Position
Estimation
0 to 255

PM Initial Magnet Position
Detect Wait
Times
0 to 255

PM Initial Magnet Position
0 to 255

30
PM Initial Magnet Position
0 to 200

100
Η112 inductance, Auto)
Η113 inductance, Auto)
Η116 PM Speed Response
Η117 PM Starting Current
Η123 PM Starting Method Select
PM Initial Magnet Position
Η131 Estimation 0V Wait Times
Η132 Estimation
Η133 Estimation Detect Times
Η134 Estimation Voltage Gain
83

100
70.00[%]
%
%
s
%
%
%
-
0
10
-
10
-
Expansion Card Functions
“P” parameters will be appeared when the expansion option is connected.
“P” Function
Func.
Code
Name
Π001 Reaction when option card
Description
Π026 Over-speed error detection
Two option codes:
00…Inverter trips
01…Ignores the error (Inverter
continues operation)
Three option codes:
00…Speed reference (incl. PID)
01…For control with encoder
feedback
02…Extended terminal for EzSQ
Four option codes:
00…Single-phase pulse [EA]
01…2-phase pulse (90° difference) 1
([EA] and [EB])
02…2-phase pulse (90° difference) 2
([EA] and [EB])
03…Single-phase pulse [EA] and
direction signal [EB]
Sets the pulse number (ppr) of the
encoder, set range is 32 to 1024
pulses
Two option codes:
00…simple positioning deactivated
01…simple positioning activated
Set range is start frequency (β082) to
10.00 Hz
Set range is 0 to150%
Π027
Set range is 0 to 120 Hz
error occurs
Π003 [EA] terminal selection
Π004 Pulse train input mode
selection for feedback
Π011 Encoder pulse setting
Π012 Simple positioning selection
π015 Creep Speed
level
Speed deviation error
detection level
Deceleration time Input Type
Π031
Π033 Torque command input
selection
Π034 Torque command level input
π036 Torque bias mode selection
π037 Torque bias value setting
π038 Torque bias polar selection
00…Operator, 01…EzSQ
Three option codes:
00…Analog voltage input [O]
01…Analog current input [OI]
03…Operator, 06…Option
Set range is 0 to 200%
Two option codes:
00…No bias
01…Operator
Range is –200 to 200%
π039 Speed limit of Torque control
Three option codes:
00…According to the sign
01…According to the rotation
direction
05…Option
Set range is 0.00 to 120.00Hz
π040
Set range is 0.00 to 120.00Hz
(Forward rotation)
Speed limit of Torque control
(Forward rotation)
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Defaults
Run
Mode
Initial data Units
Edit

00
-

00
-

00
-

512.
-

00
-

5.00
Hz

115.0
%


10.00
Hz
00
-

00
-

0.
%

00
-

0.
%

00
-

0.00
Hz

0.00
Hz
“P” Function
Func.
Code
Name
Description
π041 Speed / Torque control
Set range is 0 to 1000 ms
Π044
Set range is 0.00 to 99.99s
Defaults
Run
Mode
Initial data Units
Edit

0.
ms

1.00
s

00
-

1
-

00
-

0
Poles

25.0
kHz



0.10
sec
0.
%
100.
%

0
Π061 Multistage position 1

0
Π062 Multistage position 2

0
Π063 Multistage position 3

0
Π064 Multistage position 4

0
Π065 Multistage position 5

0
Π066 Multistage position 6

0
Π067 Multistage position 7

0

00
Pulse
s
Pulse
s
Pulse
s
Pulse
s
Pulse
s
Pulse
s
Pulse
s
Pulse
s
-

01
-


5.00
Hz
5.00
Hz
Π045
switching time
Communication watchdog
timer
(for option)
Inverter action on
communication error
(for option)
Π046 DeviceNet polled I/O:
Π048
Output instance number
Inverter action on
communication idle mode
Π049 Motor poles setting for RPM
π055 Pulse train input frequency
π056
scale setting
Pulse train input frequency
filter time constant setting
Pulse train input bias setting
00 (tripping),
01 (tripping after decelerating and
stopping the motor),
02 (ignoring errors),
03 (stopping the motor after
free-running),
04 (decelerating and stopping the
motor)
0 to 20
00 (tripping),
01 (tripping after decelerating and
stopping the motor),
02 (ignoring errors),
03 (stopping the motor after
free-running),
04 (decelerating and stopping the
motor)
0/2/4/6/8/10/12/14/16/18/20/22/24/
26/28/30/32/34/36/38/40/42/44/46/48
Sets the pulse numbers at max.
frequency, set range is 1.0~32.0 kHz
Set range is 0.01 to 2.00 sec.
π057
π058 Limitation of the pulse train
Set range is –100 to 100 %
Π060 Multistage position 0
P073 to P072
(Displayed higher 4-digits only)
Set range is 0 to 100 %
input setting
Π068 Homing mode selection
Π069 Homing direction
Π070 Low speed homing freq.
Π071 High speed homing freq.
00…Low speed mode
01…High speed mode
00…Forward rotation side
01…Reverse rotation side
0 to 10Hz
*1
0 to 400(1000) Hz
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“P” Function
Π077 Encoder
Defaults
Run
Mode
Description
Initial data Units
Edit
0 to +268435455 (Higher 4-digits
+2684354 Pulse
 55
displayed)
s
-2684354 Pulse
–268435455 to 0 (Higher 4-digits
 55
displayed)
s
00…With limitation
00
01…No limitation (shorter route)

P004 is to be set 00 or 01
s
0.0 to 10.0 s
1.0

π100
Each set range is 0 to 65535
Func.
Code
Name
Π072 Position range (Forward)
Π073 Position range (Reverse)
Π075 Positioning mode selection
~
Π131
Π140
Π141
Π142
Π143
Π144
Π145
Π146
Π147
Π148
Π149
Π150
Π151
Π152
Π153
Π154
Π155
disconnection
timeout
EzSQ user parameter
U(00) ~ U(31)
EzCOM number of data
1 to 5
EzCOM destination 1 adderss
1 to 247
EzCOM destination 1 register
0000 to FFFF
EzCOM source 1 register
0000 to FFFF
EzCOM destination 2 adderss
1 to 247
EzCOM destination 2 register
0000 to FFFF
EzCOM source 2 register
0000 to FFFF
EzCOM destination 3 adderss
1 to 247
EzCOM destination 3 register
0000 to FFFF
EzCOM source 3 register
0000 to FFFF
EzCOM destination 4 adderss
1 to 247
EzCOM destination 4 register
0000 to FFFF
EzCOM source 4 register
0000 to FFFF
EzCOM destination 5 adderss
1 to 247
EzCOM destination 5 register
0000 to FFFF
EzCOM source 5 register
0000 to FFFF
*1
: Up to 1000Hz for high frequency mode (b171 set to 02)
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
0.
-
















5
-
1
-
0000
-
0000
-
2
-
0000
-
0000
-
3
-
0000
-
0000
-
4
-
0000
-
0000
-
5
-
0000
-
0000
-
Monitoring Trip Events, History, & Conditions
Trip History and Inverter Status
We recommend that you first find the cause of the fault before clearing it. When a fault occurs,
the inverter stores important performance data at the moment of the fault. To access the data,
use the monitor function (δxxx) and select δ081 details about the present fault. The previous 5
faults are stored in δ082 to δ086. Each error shifts δ081-δ085 to δ082-δ086, and writes the new
error to δ081.
The following Monitor Menu map shows how to access the error codes. When fault(s) exist,
you can review their details by first selecting the proper function: ∆081 is the most recent,
and ∆086 is the oldest.
Trip history 1 (Latest)
δ081
ESC

Trip history 6
SET
Ε 0 7.2

Hz
A
Output frequency
Hz
A
Output current
Hz
A
DC bus voltage

18

Inverter status
at trip point
Error code

2 8 4 .0

A
Trip cause

4 .0 0

Hz

6 0.0 0

Ε 0 7.2
δ086
...
Hz
A
Elapsed RUN time
.0
Power up or initial processing
.1
Stop
.2
Deceleration
.3
Constant speed
.4
Acceleration
.5
0Hz command and RUN
.6
Starting
.7
DC braking
.8
Overload restriction

15
Hz
A
Note: Indicated inverter status could be
different from actual inverter behavior.
e.g. When PID operation or frequency given
by analog signal, although it seems constant
speed, acceleration and deceleration could
be repeated in very short cycle.
Elapsed powerON time

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Error Codes
An error code will appear on the display automatically when a fault causes the inverter to
trip. The following table lists the cause associated with the error.
Error
Code
Name
Cause(s)
The inverter output was short-circuited, or the motor shaft
is locked or has a heavy load. These conditions cause
excessive current for the inverter, so the inverter output is
turned OFF.
The dual-voltage motor is wired incorrectly.
Ε05
Over-current event while at constant
speed
Over-current event during
deceleration
Over-current event during
acceleration
Over-current event during
other conditions
Overload protection
Ε06
Braking resistor overload protection
Ε07
Over-voltage protection
Ε08
EEPROM error
Ε09
Under-voltage error
Ε10
Current detection error
Ε11
CPU error
Ε12
External trip
Ε13
USP
Ε14
Ground fault
Ε15
Input over-voltage
Ε19
Ε21
Inverter thermal detection
system error
Inverter thermal trip
Ε22
CPU communication error
Ε01
Ε02
Ε03
Ε04
When a motor overload is detected by the electronic
thermal function, the inverter trips and turns OFF its
output.
When the BRD operation rate exceeds
the setting of "b090", this protective
function shuts off the inverter output and
displays the error code.
When the DC bus voltage exceeds a threshold, due to
regenerative energy from the motor.
When the built-in EEPROM memory has problems due to
noise or excessive temperature, the inverter trips and
turns OFF its output to the motor.
A decrease of internal DC bus voltage below a threshold
results in a control circuit fault. This condition can also
generate excessive motor heat or cause low torque. The
inverter trips and turns OFF its output.
If an error occurs in the internal current
detection system, the inverter will shut off its
output and display the error code.
A malfunction in the built-in CPU has occurred, so the
inverter trips and turns OFF its output to the motor.
A signal on an intelligent input terminal configured as EXT
has occurred. The inverter trips and turns OFF the output
to the motor.
When the Unattended Start Protection (USP) is enabled,
an error occurred when power is applied while a Run
signal is present. The inverter trips and does not go into
Run Mode until the error is cleared.
The inverter is protected by the detection of ground faults
between the inverter output and the motor upon during
powerup tests. This feature protects the inverter, and does
not protect humans.
The inverter tests for input over-voltage after the inverter
has been in Stop Mode for 100 seconds. If an
over-voltage condition exists, the inverter enters a fault
state. After the fault is cleared, the inverter can enter Run
Mode again.
When the thermal sensor in the inverter module is not
connected.
When the inverter internal temperature is above the
threshold, the thermal sensor in the inverter module
detects the excessive temperature of the power devices
and trips, turning the inverter output OFF.
When communication between two CPU fails, inverter
trips and displays the error code.
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Error
Code
Name
Ε25
Main circuit
error (*3)
Ε30
Driver error
Ε35
Thermistor
Ε36
Braking error
Ε37
Ε38
Safe Stop
Ε40
Operator connection
Ε41
Modbus communication error
Ε43
EzSQ invalid instruction
Ε44
EzSQ
Ε45
Ε50
EzSQ instruction error
Low-speed overload protection
nesting count error
If overload occurs during the motor operation at a very low
speed, the inverter will detect the
overload and shut off the inverter output.
When the connection between inverter and operator
keypad failed, inverter trips and displays the error code.
When “trip” is selected (C076=00) as a behavior in case of
communication error, inverter trips when timeout happens.
The program stored in inverter memory has been
destroyed, or the PRG terminal was turned on without a
program downloaded to the inverter.
Subroutines, if-statement, or for-next loop are nested in
more than eight layers
Inverter found the command which cannot be executed.
When user –defined trip happens, inverter trips and
displays the error code.
Option error
The inverter detects errors in the option board mounted in
the optional slot. For details, refer to the instruction
manual for the mounted option board.
Encoder
disconnection
If the encoder wiring is disconnected, an encoder
connection error is detected, the encoder fails, or an
encoder that does not support line driver output is used,
the inverter will shut off its output and display the error
code shown on the right.
If the motor speed rises to "maximum frequency
(A004) x over-speed error detection level (P026)" or more,
the inverter will shut off its output and display the error
code shown on the right.
If current position exceeds the position range
(P072-P073), the inverter will shut off its output and
display the error code.
to
Ε69
Ε80
The inverter will trip if the power supply establishment is
not recognized because of a malfunction due to noise or
damage to the main circuit element.
An internal inverter error has occurred at the safety
protection circuit between the CPU and main driver unit.
Excessive electrical noise may be the cause. The inverter
has turned OFF the IGBT module output.
When a thermistor is connected to terminals [5] and [L]
and the inverter has sensed the temperature is too high,
the inverter trips and turns OFF the output.
When "01" has been specified for the Brake Control
Enable (b120), the inverter will trip if it cannot receive the
braking confirmation signal within the
Brake Wait Time for Confirmation (b124) after the output
of the brake release signal.
Safe stop signal is given.
EzSQ user trip (0 to 9)
to
Ε59
Ε60
Cause(s)
Ε81
Excessive speed
Ε83
Positioning range error
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Other indication
Error
Code
Rotating
Name
Reset
Undervoltage
Waiting to restart
Blinking
Descriptions
RS input is ON or STOP/RESET key is pressed.
If input voltage is under the allowed level, inverter shuts
off output and waits with this indication.
This indication is displayed after tripping before
restarting.
Restricted operation
command
Commanded RUN direction is restricted in b035.
Trip history initializing
Trip history is being initialized.
No data
(Trip monitor)
No trip/waning data exists.
Communication error
Communication between inverter and digital operator
fails.
Auto-tuning
completed
Auto-tuning is completed properly.
Auto-tuning error
Auto-tuning fails.
NOTE: Reset is not allowed in 10 second after trip.
NOTE: When error E08, E14 and E30 occur, reset operation by RS terminal or STOP/RESET key is
not accepted. In this case, reset by cycling power. If still same error occurs, perform initialization.
Restoring Factory Default Settings
You can restore all inverter parameters to the original factory (default) settings according to
area of use. After initializing the inverter, use the powerup test (please refer to Chapter 2 in
the Instruction Manual) to get the motor running again. If operation mode (std. or high
frequency) mode is changed, inverter must be initialized to activate new mode. To initialize
the inverter, follow the steps below.
(1) Select initialization mode in β084.
(2) If β084=02, 03 or 04, select initialization target data in β094.
(3) If β084=02, 03 or 04, select country code in β085.
(4) Set 01 in β180.
(5) The following display appears for a few seconds, and initialization is completed with
δ001 displayed.
* Please change from"0 4 (Basic display)" to "0 0 (Full display)" in parameter
Β 0 3 7 (Function code display restriction), in case some parameters cannot be displayed.
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CE-EMC Installation Guidelines
You are required to satisfy the EMC directive (2004/108/EC) when using an WJ200 inverter in an
EU country.
To satisfy the EMC directive and to comply with standard, you need to use a dedicated EMC filter
suitable for each model, and follow the guidelines in this section. Following table shows the
compliance condition for reference.
Table 1. Condition for the compliance
Model
Cat.
Carrier f
Motor cable
All WJ200 series
C1
2kHz
20m (Shielded)
Table 2. Applicable EMC filter
Inverter model Filter model (Schaffner)
WJ200-001SF
WJ200-002SF FS24828-8-07
WJ200-004SF
1-ph. 200V class
WJ200-007SF
WJ200-015SF FS24828-27-07
WJ200-022SF
WJ200-001LF
WJ200-002LF
FS24829-8-07
WJ200-004LF
WJ200-007LF
WJ200-015LF
FS24829-16-07
3-ph. 200V class WJ200-022LF
WJ200-037LF FS24829-25-07
WJ200-055LF
FS24829-50-07
WJ200-075LF
WJ200-110LF FS24829-70-07
WJ200-150LF FS24829-75-07
WJ200-004HF
FS24830-6-07
WJ200-007HF
WJ200-015HF
WJ200-022HF FS24830-12-07
WJ200-030HF
3-ph. 400V class
WJ200-040HF FS24830-15-07
WJ200-055HF
FS24830-29-07
WJ200-075HF
WJ200-110HF
FS24830-48-07
WJ200-150HF
WJ200-110L and 150H needs to be installed in a metal cabinet and add ferrite core at
the input cable to meet category C1. Unless otherwise category C2.
Input class
Important notes
1. Input choke or other equipment is required if necessary to comply with EMC directive
from the harmonic distortion point of view (IEC 61000-3-2 and 4).
2. If the motor cable length exceeds 20m, use output choke to avoid unexpected problem
due to the leakage current from the motor cable (such as malfunction of the thermal
relay, vibration of the motor, etc...).
3. As user you must ensure that the HF (high frequency) impedance between adjustable
frequency inverter, filter, and ground is as small as possible.
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4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
• Ensure that the connections are metallic and have the largest possible contact
areas (zinc-plated mounting plates).
Avoid conductor loops that act like antennas, especially loops that encompass large
areas.
• Avoid unnecessary conductor loops.
• Avoid parallel arrangement of low-level signal wiring and power-carrying or
noise-prone conductors.
Use shielded wiring for the motor cable and all analog and digital control lines.
• Allow the effective shield area of these lines to remain as large as possible; i.e., do
not strip away the shield (screen) further away from the cable end than absolutely
necessary.
• With integrated systems (for example, when the adjustable frequency inverter is
communicating with some type of supervisory controller or host computer in the
same control cabinet and they are connected at the same ground + PE-potential),
connect the shields of the control lines to ground + PE (protective earth) at both
ends. With distributed systems (for example the communicating supervisory
controller or host computer is not in the same control cabinet and there is a
distance between the systems), we recommend connecting the shield of the control
lines only at the end connecting to the adjustable frequency inverter. If possible,
route the other end of the control lines directly to the cable entry section of the
supervisory controller or host computer. The shield conductor of the motor cables
always must connected to ground + PE at both ends.
• To achieve a large area contact between shield and ground + PE-potential, use a
PG screw with a metallic shell, or use a metallic mounting clip.
• Use only cable with braided, tinned copper mesh shield (type “CY”) with 85%
coverage.
• The shielding continuity should not be broken at any point in the cable. If the use of
reactors, contactors, terminals, or safety switches in the motor output is necessary,
the unshielded section should be kept as short as possible.
• Some motors have a rubber gasket between terminal box and motor housing. Very
often, the terminal boxes, and particularly the threads for the metal PG screw
connections, are painted. Make sure there is always a good metallic connection
between the shielding of the motor cable, the metal PG screw connection, the
terminal box, and the motor housing. If necessary, carefully remove paint between
conducting surfaces.
Take measures to minimize interference that is frequently coupled in through
installation cables.
• Separate interfering cables with 0.25m minimum from cables susceptible to
interference. A particularly critical point is laying parallel cables over longer
distances. If two cables intersect (one crosses over the other), the interference is
smallest if they intersect at an angle of 90°. Cables susceptible to interference
should therefore only intersect motor cables, intermediate circuit cables, or the
wiring of a rheostat at right angles and never be laid parallel to them over longer
distances.
Minimize the distance between an interference source and an interference sink
(interference- threatened device), thereby decreasing the effect of the emitted
interference on the interference sink.
• You should use only interference-free devices and maintain a minimum distance of
0.25 m from the adjustable frequency inverter.
Follow safety measures in the filter installation.
• If using external EMC filter, ensure that the ground terminal (PE) of the filter is
properly connected to the ground terminal of the adjustable frequency inverter. An
HF ground connection via metal contact between the housings of the filter and the
adjustable frequency inverter, or solely via cable shield, is not permitted as a
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protective conductor connection. The filter must be solidly and permanently
connected with the ground potential so as to preclude the danger of electric shock
upon touching the filter if a fault occurs.
To achieve a protective ground connection for the filter:
2
• Ground the filter with a conductor of at least 10 mm cross-sectional area.
• Connect a second grounding conductor, using a separate grounding terminal
parallel to the protective conductor. (The cross section of each single protective
conductor terminal must be sized for the required nominal load.)
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Installation for WJ200 series (example of SF models)
Model LFx (3-ph. 200V class) and HFx (3-ph. 400V class) are the same concept for the
installation.
Power supply
1-ph. 200V
Metal plate (earth)
The filter is a footprint type, so it is located
between the inverter and the metal plate.
Remove the insulation material coating of the
earth contact portions so to obtain good
grounding condition.
PE
EMC filter
(Foot-print)
L1,N
U,V,W
Cable clamp *
Earth line is connected to the
heatsink of the inverter
(or PE terminal for bigger models)
Shielded cable
Metal plate (earth)
Cable clamp *
M
*) Both earth portions of the shielded cable must be connected to the earth point by cable clamps.
Input choke or equipment to reduce harmonic current is necessary for CE marking (IEC
61000-3-2 and IEC61000-3-3) from the harmonic current point of view, even conducted
emission and radiated emission passed without the input choke.
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Hitachi EMC Recommendations
WARNING: This equipment should be installed, adjusted, and serviced by qualified
personal familiar with construction and operation of the equipment and the hazards
involved. Failure to observe this precaution could result in bodily injury.
Use the following checklist to ensure the inverter is within proper operating ranges and
conditions.
1. The power supply to WJ200 inverters must meet these specifications:
• Voltage fluctuation ±10% or less
• Voltage imbalance ±3% or less
• Frequency variation ±4% or less
• Voltage distortion THD = 10% or less
2. Installation measure:
• Use a filter designed for WJ200 inverter. Refer to the instruction of the applicable
external EMC filter.
3. Wiring:
• Shielded wire (screened cable) is required for motor wiring, and the length must be
20 meter or less.
• If the motor cable length exceeds the value shown above, use output choke to
avoid unexpected problem due to the leakage current from the motor cable.
• The carrier frequency setting must be 2 kHz to satisfy EMC requirements.
• Separate the power input and motor wiring from the signal/process circuit wiring.
4. Environmental conditions—when using a filter, follow these guidelines:
• Ambient temperature: –10 to 50 °C (Derating is required when the ambient
temperature exceeds 40 °C)
• Humidity: 20 to 90% RH (non-condensing)
• Vibration: 5.9 m/sec2 (0.6 G) 10 ~ 55Hz
• Location: 1000 meters or less altitude, indoors (no corrosive gas or dust)
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Functional Safety
Introduction
The Gate Suppress function can be utilized to perform a safe stop according to the
EN60204-1, stop category 0 (Uncontrolled stop by power removal) (as STO function of
IEC/EN61800-5-2). It is designed to meet the requirements of the ISO13849-1 Cat.3 PLd,
IEC61508 SIL2 and IEC/EN61800-5-2 SIL2 only in a system in which EDM signal is
monitored by an “External Device Monitor”.
Stop Category defined in EN60204-1
Category 0 : Uncontrolled stop by immediate (< 200 ms) shut-down of the power supply to
the actuators. (as STO function of IEC/EN61800-5-2)
Category 1 : Controlled stop by interrupting the power supply to the actuator level if, for
example, the hazardous movement has been brought to a standstill
(time-delayed shut-down of the power supply).
(as SS1 function of IEC/EN61800-5-2)
Category 2 : Controlled stop. The power supply to the drive element is not interrupted.
Additional measures to EN 1037 (protection from unexpected restart) are
necessary. (as SS2 function of IEC/EN61800-5-2)
How it works
Interrupting the current to GS1 or GS2, for
example removing the link between either GS1
or GS2 and PLC or both GS1/GS2 and PLC
disables the drive output, i.e. the power supply
to the motor is cut by stopping the switching of
the output transistors in a safe way. EDM output
is activated when GS1 and GS2 are given to the
drive.
Always use both inputs to disable the drive.
EDM output conducts when both GS1 and GS2
circuits are working properly. If for any reason
only one channel is opened, the drive output is
stopped but the EDM output is not activated. In
this case the Safe Disable input wiring must be
checked.
Activation
Turning on the safety switch automatically
assign the GS1 input and GS2 input
automatically.
To assign EDM (External Device Monitor) output,
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Safety function
switch
OFF
ON
EDM function
switch
OFF
(normal)
ON
(EDM)
please turn the EDM function switch on. EDM output is automatically assigned on
intelligent output terminal 11.
(When safety switch or EDM switch is turned off, the intelligent input and output terminal
assigned on will be set as "no" function, and contact will remain normally off.)
Always use both inputs to disable the drive. If for any reason only one channel is opened,
the drive output is stopped but the EDM output is not activated. In this case the Safe
Disable input wiring must be checked.
Installation
According to the safety standard listed above, please install referring to the example.
Please be sure to use the both GS1 and GS2, and construct the system that GS1 andGS2
are both turned off when safety input is given to the inverter.
Be sure to carry out the proof test when installation is ready before operation.
When the Gate Suppress function is utilized, connect the drive to a safety certified
interrupting device utilizing EDM output signal to reconfirm both safety inputs GS1 and
GS2. Follow the wiring instructions in the Instruction manual.
item
Input [3] and [4]
function
Input [3] and [4]
active state
Output [11] function
Output [11] active
state
GS input mode
Function
code
C003
C004
C013
C014
C021
C031
b145
data
description
77
78
01
01
62
GS1: Safety input 1 (note 1)
GS2:Safety input 2 (note 1)
NC: Normally Closed
(note 1)
NC: Normally Closed
(note 1)
EDM:External Device Monitor(note2)
00
NO: Normally Open
00
Output is shut off by hardware. No trip.
Output is shut off by hardware, and then,
trip. (note3) (note4)
01
(note 2)
Note 1) They are automatically set when safety switch is turned ON, cannot be changed.
Note 2) Those are automatically assigned when EDM switch is turned ON, cannot be
changed.
Note 3) Inverter trips with "E37". When competing with external trip (E12), E37 has priority.
Note 4) While the drive is the trip status "E037" and either GS1 or GS2 is activated, on the
safety by is not guaranteed.
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Wiring example
When the Gate Suppress function is utilized, connect the drive to a safety certified
interrupting device utilizing EDM output signal to reconfirm both safety inputs GS1 and
GS2. Follow the wiring instructions in the Instruction manual.
Reset
Switch
EDM
(feedback) input
Fuse *
KM1
+24V
Safety input
T11
T12
T31
T32 T33
A1
+24V
A2
CM2
EDM
Safety output
Safety Switch
(Example: emergency
push button)
T21
T22
S14
S24
GS1
GS2
Safety Unit
※Standard
(IEC61508, ISO13849)
certified
PLC
L
WJ200
M
(*) Specification of the fuse:
The arch extinguishing fuse with rated voltage AC250V, rated current 100mA complies to either IEC6127 -2/-3/-4
example) SOC
EQ series AC250V, 100mA (UL, SEMKO, BSI)
Little
216 series AC250V, 100mA (CCC, UL, CSA, SEMKO, CE, VDE)
Any external signal voltage connected to the WJ200 must be from a SELV Power Supply.
By pressing the emergency stop button, the current to GS1 and GS2 is shut off, and the
inverter output is shut off. By this, motor is free-running. This behavior is according to the
stop category 0 defined in EN60204.
Note 1: Above is the example to use the intelligent input terminal with source logic. When
it is used with sink logic, the wiring is to be modified.
Note 2: The wire for safety relay and emergency input signal are to be shielded coaxial
cable for example RS174/U (produced by LAPP) by MIL-C17, or KX2B by NF C
93-550 with diameter 2.9mm with less than 2 meters. Please be sure to ground
the shielding.
Note 3: All the inductance related parts such as relay and contactor are required to
contain the over-voltage protection circuit.
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Inverter doesn’t block the current flowing into itself when it is not powered. This may
cause the closed circuit when two or more inverters are connected to common I/O
wiring as shown below to result in unexpected turning the on the input. This may lead
to dangerous situation. To avoid this closed circuit, please put the diode
(rated:50V/0.1A) in the path as described below.
IF the protection diodes used when the units are in wired parallel are only single diodes
then their condition would be checked as part of the proof test.
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In case of Sink logic
Power ON
Jumper
wire P24
Power ON
P24
PLC
PLC
L
L
1
Input
ON
Inserting
diode
1
Jumper Power OFF
wire P24
Input
OFF
Power OFF
P24
PLC
L
PLC
L
1
1
Switch
OFF
Switch
OFF
In case of Source logic
Jumper
wire
P24
P24
PLC
PLC
L
L
1
Input
ON
1
Jumper
wire P24
P24
PLC
PLC
L
L
1
1
Switch
OFF
Input
OFF
Switch
OFF
The current loop cause turn the input ON
even the switch is off when diode is not
inserted.
The current loop is to be prevented by
inserting diode instead of short bar.
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Components to be combined
Followings are the example of the safety devices to be combined.
Series
Model
Norms to comply
Certification date
GS9A
301
ISO13849-2 cat4, SIL3
06.06.2007
G9SX
GS226-T15-RC
IEC61508 SIL1-3
04.11.2004
NE1A
SCPU01-V1
IEC61508 SIL3
27.09.2006
The configuration of and components used in any circuit other than an appropriately pre approved
safety module that interfaces with the WJ200 GS1/GS2 and EDM ports MUST be at least equivalent
to Cat.3 PLd under ISO 13849-1:2006 in order to be able to claim an overall Cat.3 PLd for the WJ200
and external circuit combination.
The EMI level that the external module has been assessed to must be at least equivalent to that of
Annex E in IEC 62061.
Periodical check (proof test)
Proof test is essential to be able to reveal any dangerous undetected failures after a period of time, in
this case 1 year. Carrying out this proof test at least one a year is the condition to comply the
ISO13849-1 PLd.
- To activate (give current to) GS1 and GS2 simultaneously and separately to see output is
allowed and EDM is conducting
Terminal
Status
GS1
current OFF
current ON
current OFF
current ON
GS2
current OFF
current OFF
current ON
current ON
EDM
conducted
not conducted
not conducted
not conducted
(output)
forbidden
forbidden
forbidden
Allowed
- To activate (give current to) both GS1 and GS2 to see output is allowed and EDM is not conducting
- To activate (give current to) GS1, not to activate GS2 and see output is forbidden and EDM is not conducting
- To activate (give current to) GS2, not to activate GS1 and see output is forbidden and EDM is not conducting
- To deactivate (interrupt current to) both GS1 and GS2 to see output is forbidden and EDM is conducting
Be sure to carry out the proof test when installation is ready before operation.
IF the protection diodes used when the units are in wired parallel are only single diodes then their condition would
be checked as part of the proof test. Check to reconfirm the diodes are not damaged when proof test is done.
Precautions
1. To assure, that the Safe Disable function appropriately fulfills the safety requirements
of the application, a throughout risk assessment for the whole safety system has to be
carried out.
2. The Safe Disable function does not cut the power supply to the drive and does not
provide electrical isolation. Before any installation or maintenance work is done, the
drives power supply must be switched off and place a tag/lock-out.
3. The wiring distance for the Safe Disable inputs should be shorter than 30 m.
4.
The time from opening the Safe Disable input until the drive output is switched off is
less than 10 ms.
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EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
We, Hitachi Industrial Equipment Systems Co., Ltd., of
1-1, Higashinarashino 7-chome, Narashino-shi, Chiba 275-8611 Japan
declare under our sole responsibility that: the Hitachi Sanki WJ200 series of Inverter Drivers which consists of 27 models ranging from motor
capacity 0.1kW to 15kW with the exact designated model numbers for the WJ200 series detailed as
follows.
WJ200-(I)(II)(III)(IV)
(I)= 001, 002, 004, 007, 015, 022, 030, 037, 040, 055, 075, 110 or 150
(which stands for the applicable motor capacity in kW)
(II) = S, L or H
(S=single phase 200V power system;
L=3 phases 200V power system,
H=3 phases 400V power system)
(III) = F (product is provided with keypad)
(IV) = blank
(These model numbers appear on the respective labels of these drives)
Serial number /
(s) / range………………….(not necessary for the user manual copy of DoC)
conforms to applicable Essential Health and Safety Requirements of the EU Machinery Directive
(2006/42/EC) and the Protection Requirements of the EU EMC Directive (2004/108/EC).
The name and address of the person authorized to compile the technical file, established in the
Community is: Hitachi Europe GmbH
Am Seestern 18, D-40547 Duesseldorf, Germany.
An EC Type Examination Certificate (Nr. 01/205/0699/09) has been issued by Notified Body (0035) under
the EU Machinery Directive by TUV Rheinland Industrie Services GmbH of Alboinstr, 58 12103 Berlin
Germany.
Harmonised standards used to support this Declaration of Conformity, as referred to in
Article 7(2), include: Harmonised standards forming the basis of conformity for the EU Machinery Directive
EN61800-5-2: 2007
EN ISO 13849-1: 2008
EN61800-5-1: 20007
EN62061: 2005
EN60204-1: 2006
Harmonised standards forming the basis of conformity for the EU EMC Directive
EN61800-3: 2004
Place and date of the declaration:(left blank for DoC on user manual)
Identity and signature of the person empowered to draw up the declaration on
behalf of the manufacturer
(left blank for DoC on user manual)
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