Table of Contents
Chapter 0 Preface .............................................................................................................. 2
0.1 Preface ................................................................................................................... 2
Chapter 1 Safety Precautions ........................................................................................... 3
1.1 Before Power Up .................................................................................................... 3
1.2 DuringPower Up .................................................................................................... 4
1.3 BeforeOperation .................................................................................................... 4
1.4 During Operation ................................................................................................... 5
1.5 Inverter Disposal ..................................................................................................... 5
Chapter 2 Part Number Definition .................................................................................... 6
2.1 Model part number.................................................................................................. 6
Chapter 3 Environment & Installation .............................................................................. 7
3.1 Environment............................................................................................................ 7
3.1.1 Wiring and EMC guidelines .......................................................................... 8
3.1.2 Considerations for peripheral equipment ...................................................... 9
3.2 Specifications.......................................................................................................... 9
3.2.1 Product Specifications ................................................................................ 10
3.2.2 General Specifications ................................................................................ 11
3.3 Standard wiring ..................................................................................................... 14
3.3.2 Single phase input ...................................................................................... 14
3.3.4 Three phase input ....................................................................................... 15
3.3.5 NPN/PNP selectable models ...................................................................... 16
3.4 Terminal Description ............................................................................................. 17
3.4.1 Description of main circuit terminals ........................................................... 17
3.4.2 Description of control circuit terminals ........................................................ 18
3.5 Outline Dimensions(unit: mm).............................. Hiba! A könyvjelző nem létezik.
Chapter4 Software Index ................................................................................................. 25
4.1 Keypad Description............................................................................................... 25
4.1.1Operator Panel Functions ............................................................................ 25
4.2 Programmable Parameter Groups ........................................................................ 26
Chapter 5 Troubleshooting and maintenance ............................................................... 40
5.1 Error display and corrective action........................................................................ 40
5.1.1 Manual Reset and Auto-Reset.................................................................... 40
5.1.2Keypad Operation Error Instruction ............................................................. 43
5.1.3 Special conditions ....................................................................................... 44
5.2 General troubleshooting ....................................................................................... 45
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Chapter 0 Preface
0.1 Preface
To extend the performance of the product and ensure personnel safety, please read
this manual thoroughly before using the inverter. Should there be any problem in using
the product that cannot be solved with the information provided in the manual, contact
our technical or sales representative who will be willing to help you.
※Precautions
The inverter is an electrical product. For your safety, there are symbols such as
“Danger”, “Caution” in this manual as a reminder to pay attention to safety
instructions on handling, installing, operating, and checking the inverter. Be sure to
follow the instructions for highest safety.
Danger
Indicates a potential hazard that could cause death or serious
personal injury if misused.
Caution
Indicates that the inverter or the mechanical system might be damaged
if misused.
Danger




Risk of electric shock. The DC link capacitors remain charged for five minutes
after power has been removed. It is not permissible to open the equipment
until 5 minutes after the power has been removed.
Do not make any connections when the inverter is powered on. Do not check
parts and signals on circuit boards during the inverter operation.
Do not disassemble the inverter or modify any internal wires, circuits, or parts.
Ensure that the Inveter Ground terminal is connected correctly.
Caution



Do not perform a voltage test on parts inside the inverter. High voltage can
destroy the semiconductor components.
Do not connect T1, T2, and T3 terminals of the inverter to any AC input
power supply.
CMOS ICs on the inverter’s main board are susceptible to static electricity. Do
not touch the main circuit board.
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Chapter 1 Safety Precautions
1.1 Before Power Up
Danger
 Make sure the main circuit connections are correct. Single phase L1(L),L3(N), and
Three phase L1(L),L2,L3(N); 400V : L1,L2,L3 are power-input terminals and must
not be mistaken for T1,T2 and T3. Otherwise, inverter damage can result.
Caution
 The line voltage applied must comply with the inverter’s specified input
voltage.(See the nameplate)
 To avoid the front cover from disengaging, or other damge do not carry the inverter
by its covers. Support the drive by the heat sink when transporting. Improper
handling can damage the inverter or injure personnel and should be avoided.
 To avoid the risk of fire, do not install the inverter on a flammable object.Install on
nonflammable objects such as metal.
 If several inverters are placed in the same control panel, provide heat removal
means to maintain the temperature below 50 degree C to avoid overheat or fire.
 When disconnecting the remote keypad, turn the power off first to avoid any
damage to the keypad or the inverter.
Warning
 This product is sold subject to EN 61800-3 and EN 61800-5-1.
In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which
case the user may be required to apply corrective measures.
Caution
 Work on the device/system by unqualified personnel or failure to comply with
warnings can result in severe personal injury or serious damage to material. Only
suitably qualified personnel trained in the setup, installation, commissioning and
operation of the product should carry out work on the device/system.
 Only permanently-wired input power connections are allowed.
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1.2 DuringPower Up
Danger
 When the momentary power loss is longer than 2 seconds, the inverter will not
have sufficient storedpower for its control circuit. Therefore, when the power is
re-applied, the run operation of the inverter will be based on the setup of
following parameters:


Runparameters. 00-02 or 00-03.
Direct run on power up. Parameter. 07-04 and the status of external run
switch,
Note-: the start operation will be regardless of the settings for parameters
07-00/07-01/07-02.
Danger. Direct run on power up.
If direct run on power up is enabled and inverter is set to external run
with the run FWD/REV switch closed then the inverter will restart.
Danger
Prior to use, ensure that all risks and safety implications are considered.
 When the momentary power loss ride through is selected and the power loss is
short, the inverter will have sufficient stored power for its control circuits to
function, therefore,when the power is resumed the inverter will automatically
restart depending on the setup of parameters 07-00 & 07-01.
1.3 BeforeOperation
Caution
 Make sure the model and inverter capacity are the same as that set in
parameter 13-00.
Note : On power up the supply voltage set in parameter 01-01 will flash on display
for 2 seconds.
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1.4 During Operation
Danger

Do not connect or disconnect the motor during operation. Otherwise, It may
cause the inverter to trip or damage the unit.
Danger







To avoid electric shock, do not take the front cover off while power is on.
The motor will restart automatically after stop when auto-restart function is
enabled. In this case, care must be taken while working around the drive and
associated equipment .
The operation of the stop switch is different than that of the emergency stop
switch. The stop switch has to be activated to be effective. Emergency stop has
to be de-activated to become effective.
Caution
Do not touch heat radiating components such as heat sinks and brake resistors.
The inverter can drive the motor from low speed to high speed. Verify the
allowable speed ranges of the motor and the associated machinery.
Note the settings related to the braking unit.
Risk of electric shock. The DC link capacitors remain charged for five minutes
after power has been removed. It is not permissible to open the equipment until 5
minutes after the power has been removed.
Caution
 The Inverter should be used in environments with temperature range from
(14-104℉) or (-10 to 40℃) and relative humidity of 95%.
Note: models with fan : -10~50℃ , models without fan : -10~40℃
Danger
 Make sure that the power is switched off before disassembling or checking any
components.
1.5 Inverter Disposal
Caution
Please dispose of this unit with care as an industrial waste and according to your
required local regulations.


The capacitors of inverter main circuit and printed circuit board are considered as
hazardous waste and must not be burnt.
The Plastic enclosure and parts of the inverter such as the cover board will
release harmful gases if burnt.
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Chapter 2 Part Number Definition
2.1 Model identification
LM16-340-0075-F-20
Series Power supply
LM16
123
340
123 = 1ph 230V
340 = 3ph 400V
LM16-123
0018 = 0.18 kW
0037 = 0.37 kW
0075 = 0.75 kW
0150 = 1.5 kW
0220 = 2.2 kW
0400 = 4.0 kW
0550 = 5.5 kW
0750 = 7.5 kW
1100 = 11 kW
Motor power EMI Filter IP degree
0018
F
20
0037
0075
F = integrated standard EMI
0150
filter A-class, C2-category
0220
20 = IP20 enclosure
0400
0550
0750
1100
LM16-340
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Chapter 3 Environment& Installation
3.1 Environment
Installation environment has a direct effect on the correct operation and the life expectancy of the
inverter, Install the inverter in an environment complying with the following conditions:
Protection
Protection
class
Operating
temperature
Storage
temperature
Relative
Humidity
Shock
IP20 Open Type
Suitable environment
-10~40°C(-10~50°C with fan) (non-freezing)
If several inverters are installed in the same control panel, ensure adequate
spacing and provide the necessary cooling and ventilation for successful
operation.
-20~60°C
Max 95%
(without condensation)
2G (19.6m/s²) for 57~150Hz and below.
0.3mm for 10~57Hz (According to IEC60068-2-6 standard)
Installation site
Install in an environment that will not have an adverse effect on the operation of the unit
and ensure that there is no exposure to areas such as that listed below:






Direct sunlight, Rain or moisture
Oil mist and salt
Dust, lint fibres, small metal filings and corrosive liquid and gas
Electromagnetic interference from sources such as welding equipment
Radioactive and flammable materials
Excessive vibration from machines such as stamping, punching machines
Add vibration-proof pads if necessary
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3.1.1 Wiring and EMC guidelines
For effective interference suppression, do not route power and control cables in the same
conduit or trunking.
To prevent radiated noise, motor cable should be put in a metal conduit. Alternatively an
armored or shielded type motor cable should be used.
For effective suppression of noise emissions the cable armor or shield must be grounded at
both ends to the motor and the inverter ground. These connections should be as short as
possible.
Motor cable and signal lines of other control equipment should be at the least 30 cm apart.
LM16 has a built in Class “A” EMC filter to first Environment Restricted. (Category C2).
For some installations such as residential,(Category C1) an optional external Class “B” type
filter will be necessary. Please consult your local supplier.
Typical Wiring.
1.Protective Earth Conductor.
Conductor size for enclosure &
Backplate must comply with the local electrical
standards. Min 10mm².
L1(L)
L3(N)
E
1
2.Backplate. Galvanised steel (Unpainted).
3.Ferrite core / Output reactor
ferrite cores can be used to reduce
radiated noise due to long motor cables.
If ferrite core is used loop motor wires, 3times
round the core. Install core as close to the
inverter as possible
L1(L) L3(N) E
Drive
2
T1 T2 T3
E
Output reactors provide additional
benefit of reducing dv/dt for protection of motor
windings.
3
4
4.Metal Cable clamp. no more than 150mm from
the inverter.
Note: If no enclosure & backplate is used then
connect the cable shield by a good 360 º
termination to the Inverter output terminal E.
5
6
6.Separate Protective Earth wire, routed outside
motor cable separated be at least 100mm.
Note:- this is the preferred method specially
for large output cables and long length.
Multi-core screened (3 core & protective
earth) can be used for small power and short
length.
7
PE
M
5.Screened (Shielded four core cable).
8
7.Connect the cable shield by a good
360º termination and connect to themotor
protective earth terminal.
This link must be as short as possible.
8.Motor Earth terminal(Protective Earth).
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3.1.2 Considerations for peripheral equipment
(
Ensure that the supply voltage is correct.
A molded-case circuit breaker or fused disconnect
Power
must be installed between the AC source and the
inverter
Use a molded-case circuit breaker that conforms to
the rated voltage and current of the inverter.
Do not use the circuit breaker as the run/stop switch
Circuit
for the inverter.
Breaker
Residual Current Circuit Breaker(RCD)
&RCD
Current setting should be 200mA or above and the
operating time at 0.1 second or longer to prevent
malfunctions.
Normally a magnetic contactor is not needed.
A contactor can be used to perform functions such
Magnetic
as external control and auto restart after power
contactor
failure.
Do not use the magnetic contactor as the run/stop
switch for the inverter.
When a 200V/400V inverter with rating below 15KW
AC reactor for is connected to a high capacity power source
powerquality (600kVA or above) then an AC reactor can be
improvement connected for power factor improvement and
reducing harmonics.
LM16 inverter has a built-in filter to Class “A” first
Environment. (CategoryC2)
Inputnoise
To satisfy the required EMC regulations for your
filter
specific application you may require an additional
EMC filter.
Connect the single phase power to Terminals,
L1(L) & L3(N) and three phase power to Terminals :
(200V : L1(L),L2,L3(N) or 400V :L1,L2,L3)
Warning! Connecting the input terminals T1, T2,
and T3 to AC input power will damage the inverter.
Inverter
Output terminals T1, T2, and T3 are connected to U,
V, and W terminals of the motor.
To reverse the motor rotation direction just swap any
two wires at terminals T1, T2, and T3.
Ground the Inverter and motor correctly.Ground
Resistance for 200V power<100 Ohms.
Three-phase induction motor. Voltage drop on motor
due to long cable can be calculated.
Volts drop should be < 10%.
Motor
Phase-to-phase voltage drop (V) =
3 ×resistance of wire (Ω/km)×length of line
(m)×current×10-3
(For detailed information for the above peripheral equipment refer to Chapter 6)
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3.2 Specifications
3.2.1 Product Specifications
230V Class: Single phase.
Model : LM16- 123 -
F : Standards built-in filter
-F-20
00 1 8
Model : LM16- 340 -
00 7 5
01 5 0
02 2 0
0. 2
0. 4
0. 7 5
1. 5
2. 2
1. 8
2. 6
4. 3
7. 5
10 . 5
0. 6 8
1. 0 0
1. 6 5
2. 9 0
4. 0 0
Si ngl e P ha s e : 20 0 ~ 2 40 V( + 1 0 %- 1 5 %) ,5 0 /6 0 HZ
Three phase 0 ~ 2 40 V
4. 9
7. 2
11
15 . 5
21
0. 9 5
0. 9 5
0. 9 5
1. 4 5
1. 4 5
Recommended motor power (kW)
Rated output current (A)
Rated power capacity (kVA)
Input voltage range(V)
Output voltage range(V)
Input current (A)
Weight with filter(kg)
Allowable momentary power loss time (s)
Enclosure
400V Class: Three phase.
00 3 7
1. 0
1. 0
1. 0
IP 2 0
2. 0
2. 0
F : Standards built-in filter
0075
-F-20
Recommended motor power (kW)
Rated output current (A)
Rated powercapacity (kVA)
Input voltage range(V)
Output voltage range(V)
Input current (A)
Weight with filter(kg)
Allowable momentary power loss time (s)
Enclosure
0150
0220
0. 7 5
1. 5
2. 2
2. 3
3. 8
5. 2
1. 7
2. 9
4. 0
T hre e Ph a se : 3 80 ~ 4 8 0 V ( + 1 0 %- 15 %) , 5 0/ 6 0 HZ
Three phase 0 ~ 4 80 V
4. 2
5. 6
7. 3
1. 4 5
1. 4 5
1. 4 5
2. 0
2. 0
IP 2 0
2. 0
*The input current is calculated value at full rated output current.
0400
0550
0750
1100
Recommended motor power (kW)
3. 7
5. 5
7. 5
11
Rated output current (A)
9. 2
13 . 0
17 . 5
24
Rated power capacity (kVA)
7. 0 1
9. 9 1
13 . 34
18 . 29
Model : LM16- 340 -
-F-20
Input voltage range(V)
Output voltage range(V)
Input current (A)
Weight with filter(kg)
Allowable momentary power loss time (s)
Enclosure
T hre e Ph a se : 38 0 ~ 48 0 V ( + 1 0 %- 15 %) , 5 0/ 6 0 HZ
T hre e Ph a se 0 ~ 4 8 0V
26 . 4
10 . 1
14 . 3
19 . 3
2. 5
2. 7
2
2. 5
2. 7
2
6
6. 3
2
IP 2 0
10
6
6. 3
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3.2.2 General Specifications
Item
Control Mode
Range
Speed accuracy
(100% torque)
Starting Torque
Setting resolution
Frequency
Setting
Frequency limit
Run
Operation set
V / F curve setting
Carrier frequency
Acceleration and
deceleration control
Main Controls
Multifunction input
Multifunction output
Multifunction analog
output
Main features
LED
Display
LED Status Indicator
Protective
Functions
Overload Protection
Over voltage
Under voltage
Momentary Power Loss
Restart
Stall Prevention
LM16
V/F Control + SLV control
0.01~599.00Hz
V/F: 3%
SLV: 1%
V/F: 3Hz / 100%
SLV: 3Hz / 150%
Digital input : 0.01Hz
Analog input:0.015Hz/60Hz
Keypad : Set directly with▲▼ keys or the VR (Potentiometer)
on the keypad
External Input Terminals:
AVI(0/2~10V), ACI(0/4~20mA)input
Multifunction input up/down function(Group3)
Setting frequency by Communication method.
Lower and upper frequency limits
3 -skip frequency settings.
Keypad run, stop button
External terminals:
Multi- operation-mode 2 / 3 wire selection
Jog operation
Run signal by communication method.
6 fixed curve and one customized curve
1~16kHz(default 5kHz)
2 off Acc / dec time parameters.
4 off S curve parameters.
19 functions (refer to description on group3)
5 points
Frame 4 : NPN&PNP switchable
16 functions (refer to description on group3)
5 functions (refer to description on group4)
1 point (0~10V)
Overload Detection, 8 preset speeds, Auto-run, Acc/Dec Switch
(2 Stages), Main/Alt run Command select, Main/Alt Frequency
Command select, PID control, torque boost, V/F start
Frequency ,Fault reset.
Display: parameter/parameter value/frequency/line speed/DC
voltage/output voltage/output current/PID feedback/input and
output terminal status/Heat sink temperature/Program
Version/Fault Log.
For run/stop/forward and reverse.
Integrated motor and Inverter overload protection.
(150% rated current for 60sec)
1ph200V : Over 410V, 3ph400V : Over 820V
1ph200V : Under 190V, 3ph400V : Under 380V
Inverter auto-restart after a momentary power loss.
Stall prevention for Acceleration/ Deceleration/ and continuous
Run.
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Short-circuit output
terminal
Grounding Fault
Additional protective
functions
International Certification
Communication
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Shock
Environment
EMC Compliance
LVD Compliance
Electrical Safety
Protection level
Electronic Circuit Protection
Electronic Circuit Protection
heatsink over temperature protection, Auto carrier
frequency reduction with temperature rise, fault output,
reverse prohibit, Number of auto restart attempts,
Parameter lock, over voltage protection(OVP), motor PTC
over-temperature protection
CE/UL/cUL/RCM
RS485 (Modbus) built in, with one to one or one to many
control.
Built-in BacNet communication.
Profibus, DeviceNet, CANopen, TCP/IP by gateways.
-10~50°C(with fan), -10~40°C(without fan)
-20~60°C
Under 95%RH(no condensation)
2G (19.6m/s²) for 57~150Hz and below.
0.3mm for 10~57Hz
EN61800-3, First Environment
Portion models can pass C1 level with grounding kit.
EN 61800-5-1
UL508C
IP20
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3.3 Standard wiring
3.3.2 Single phase230V
Magnetic
Contactor
MC
MCCB
Thermal
relay
(
T1
L1(L)
AC
Inverter
output T2
Power
input
source
(
Thermal
relay
ON-OFF
MC
M
T3
L3(N)
MC
Ground
Surge
Suppressor
1:Data+
2:Data3:Data+
4:Reserved
5:Reserved
6:Data7:5V
8:GND
Pin 1 to Pin 8
CON2
FWD (Run/Stop)
S1
REV (Run/Stop)
S2
S3
Speed Control
S4
RS485
Multifunction
Input
Terminals
RA
S5
Relay
Output
+24V
+
3
0~10V
External speed
potentiometer = 10 Kohm
or PID input
1
P
RB
250VAC/1A
(30VDC/1A)
10V
AVI
2
0~20mA
2'
Induction
Motor
ACI
Analog
Input
P'
- GND
Models:
LM16-123-0018-F-20
LM16-123-0037-F-20
LM16-123-0075-F-20
LM16-123-0150-F-20
LM16-123-0220-F-20
14
AO
Analog
Output
+
AO
GND
-
Frequency
Indicator
0~10VDC
3.3.4 Three phase 400V
Magnetic
Contactor
MC
MCCB
P
(
L1( L)
AC
(
source
(
Thermal
relay
ON-OFF
MC
T1
Power
input
L2
Thermal
relay
BR
Inverter
output T2
L3( N)
M
T3
MC
Ground
Surge
Suppressor
Pin 1 to Pin 8
CON2
FWD (Run/Stop)
S1
REV (Run/Stop)
S2
S3
Speed Control
S4
RS485
Multifunction
Input
Terminals
RA
S5
Relay
Output
+24V
+
3
0~10V
External speed
potentiometer = 10 Kohm
or PID input
1
P
RB
250VAC/1A
(30VDC/1A)
1:Data+
2:Data3:Data+
4:Reserved
5:Reserved
6:Data7:5V
8:GND
10V
AVI
2
0~20mA
2'
Induction
Motor
ACI
Analog
Input
P'
- GND
Models:
LM16-340-0075-F-20
LM16-340-0150-F-20
LM16-340-0220-F-20
15
AO
Analog
Output
+
AO
GND
-
Frequency
Indicator
0~10VDC
3.3.5 Three phase 400V
NPN/PNP selectable logical models
1:Data+
2:Data3:Data+
4:Reserved
5:Reserved
6:Data7:5V
8:GND
Models:
LM16-340-0400-F-20
LM16-340-0550-F-20
LM16-340-0750-F-20
LM16-340-1100-F-20
NPN/PNP input is selected by “SC” terminal.
If you need to use NPN input, please you shorted +24V and SC terminal.
If you need to use PNP input, please you shorted COM and SC terminal.
Notes : If the SC terminal does not be connected correctly, the functions of
group 3 will be malfunctioned.
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3.4 Terminal Description
3.4.1 Description of main circuit terminals
Terminal symbols
L1(L)
L2
L3(N)
P*
BR*
T1
T2
T3
TM1 Function Description
Main power input, single phase: L1(L) / L3(N)
three phase (400V): L1 / L2 / L3
externally connected braking resistor
Inverter output, connect to U, V, W terminals of motor
Ground terminal
*P,BR for 3ph 400Vserie
Single phase (200V)
L1(L)L2
L3(N)
T1
T2
T3
Note: the screw on L2 terminal is removed for the single phase input supply models.
Three phase (400V)
L1 L2
L3
P
BR
T1
17
T2 T3
3.4.2 Description of control circuit terminals
Frame1&Frame2
Terminal
symbols
RA
RB
24V
S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
10V
AVI
ACI
AO
AGND
Signal Level
TM2 Function Description
Relay output terminal, Specification:
250VAC/1A(30VDC/1A)
250VAC/1A(30VDC/1A)
S1~S5 (COMMON) 【PNP】
±15%,Max output current
30mA
Multi-function input terminals(refer to group3)
Built in Power for an external speed
potentiometer
Analog voltage input, Specification : 0/2~10VDC
(choose by parameter 04-00)
Analog current input, Specification : 0/4~20mA
(choose by parameter 04-00)
Multi function analog output terminal.
Maximum output 10VDC/1mA
Analog ground terminal
PNP:
18
24 VDC, 4.5 mA, Optical
coupling
isolation(Max,voltage30 Vdc,
Input impedance 6kΩ)
10V,(Max current:20mA)
0~10V(Input impedance
200kΩ)
0~20mA(Input impedance
499Ω)
0~10V(Max current2mA)
Frame3&Frame4
Terminal symbols TM1 Function Description
RA
RB
RC
Terminal
symbols
+24V
SC
COM
S1~S5
10V
AVI/PTC
ACI
AO
AGND
Relay output terminal, Specification: 250VAC/5A(30VDC/5A)
RA: Normally open RB: Normally close
TM2 Function Description
RC: common point
Signal Level
Common point of PNP input
NPN/PNP selectable terminal.
NPN input: +24V&SC need to be shorted.
PNP input: COM&SC need to be shorted.
±15%,Max output current 30mA
voltage reference point for S1~S5
Multi-function input terminals(refer to
group3)
Built in Power for an external speed
potentiometer (Max output : 20mA)
Analog voltage input/motor over
temperature protection signal input,
Specification : 0~10VDC
Analog current input, Specification :
0~20mA / 4~20mA(choose by parameter
04-00)
Multi function analog output terminal.
Maximum output 10VDC/1mA
Analog ground terminal
NPN/PNP selectable
19
24 VDC, 4.5 mA, Optical coupling
isolation(Max,voltage30 Vdc,
Input impedance 6kΩ)
10V,(Max current:20mA)
0~10V(Input impedance 200kΩ)
0~20mA(Input impedance 499Ω)
0~10V(Max current2mA)
3.5 Outline Dimensions (unit: mm)
Tolerance Table
0~6±0.8
6~30±1.5
30~120±2.5
120~315±4.0
315~1000±6.0
Frame1
W1
D2
H3
H
H2
H1
2-Q1
2-Q2
E2
W2
W
E1
D
D1
E
dimension
Model
LM16-123-0018-F-20
LM16-123-0037-F-20
LM16-123-0075-F-20
W
W1
W2
H
H1
H2
H3
D
D1
D2
E
E1
E2
Q1
Q2
72
63
61
141
131
122
114
141
136
128.2
86.3
81.1
55
4.4
2.2
20
Frame2
 Type 230V
W1
D2
H1
H
H2
H3
2-Q1
2-Q2
E2
W2
W
D
D1
E1
E
dimension
Model
LM16-123-0150-F-20
LM16-123-0220-F-20
W
W1
W2
H
H1
H2
H3
D
D1
D2
E
E1
E2
Q1
Q2
118
108
108
144
131
121
114
150
144.2
136.4
101.32
96.73
51.5
4.4
2.2
21
Frame2
 Type 400V
D2
W1
H2
H1
H
H3
2-Q1
2-Q2
E2
W2
W
E1
D
D1
E
dimension
Model
W
W1
W2
H
H1
H2
H3
D
D1
D2
E
E1
E2
Q1
Q2
118
108
108
144
131
121
114
150
144.2
136.4
101.32
96.73
51.5
4.3
2.2
LM16-340-0075-F-20
LM16-340-0150-F-20
LM16-340-0220-F-20
22
Frame3
D2
W1
H3
H
H2
H1
2-Q
E2
W
E1
D
D1
E
Model
dimension
W
W1
H
H1
H2
H3
D
D1
D2
E
129
118
197.5
177.6
188
154.7
148
143.7
136
102.6
E1
E2
Q
48.2
4.5
LM16-340-0400-F-20
LM16-340-0550-F-20
23
96
Frame4
W1
D2
H
H1
H2
H3
2-Q
E1
W
D
D1
E
dimension
Model
LM16-340-0750-F-20
LM16-340-1100-F-20
W
W1
H
H1
H2
H3
D
D1
D2
E
E1
Q
187
176
273
249.8
261
228.6
190
185.6
177.9
136
84.7
4.5
24
Chapter4 Software Index
4.1 Keypad Description
4.1.1Operator Panel Functions
Type
Digital
display &
LEDs
Variable
Resistor
Keys
On
Keypad
Item
Function
Main
digital Frequency Display, Parameter, voltage, Current,
displays
Temperature, Fault messages.
Hz/RPM: ON when the frequency or line speed is
displayed.
OFF when the parameters are displayed.
FWD: ON while the inverter is running
LED Status
forward.Flashes while stopped.
REV: ON while the inverter is running
reverse.Flashes while stopped.
FUN: ON when the parameters are displayed. OFF
when the frequency is displayed.
FREQ SET
Used to set the frequency
RUN
RUN: Run at the set frequency.
STOP/RESET
STOP: Decelerate or Coast to Stop.
(Dual functionkeys) RESET: Use to Reset alarms or resettable faults.
▲
Increment parameter number and preset values.
▼
Decrement parameter number and preset values.
MODE
Switch between available displays
</ENTER
“<” Left Shift:
(Dual function
Used while changing the parameters or parameter
keys, a short press
values
for left shift
ENTER:
function, a long
Used to display the preset value of parameters and for
press for ENTER
saving the changed parameter values.
function)
25
4.2 Programmable Parameter Groups
ParameterGroup No.
Description
Group 00
Basic parameters
Group 01
V/F Pattern selections & setup
Group 02
Motor parameters
Group 03
Multi function digital Inputs/Outputs
Group 04
Analog signal inputs/ Analog output
Group 05
Preset Frequency Selections.
Group 06
AutoRun(Auto Sequencer) function
Group 07
Start/Stop command setup
Group 08
Drive and motor Protection
Group 09
Communication function setup
Group 10
PID function setup
Group 11
Performance control functions
Group 12
Digital Display & Monitor functions
Group 13
Inspection & Maintenance function
*1
*2
*3
*4
Parameter notes for Parameter Groups
Parameter can be adjusted during running mode
Cannot be modified in communication mode
Does not change with factory reset
Read only
26
Group 00- The basic parameters group
No.
Description
00-00
control mode
00-01
Motor rotation
00-02
Main Run
Source Selection
00-03
Alternative Run
Source Selection
00-04
Operation modes for
external terminals
00-05
Main Frequency
Source Selection
00-06
Alternative Frequency
Source Selection
00-07
Main and Alternative
Frequency Command modes
00-08
00-09
00-10
00-11
00-12
00-13
00-14
00-15
00-16
00-17
00-18
00-19
00-20
Communication
FrequencyCommand
Frequency command
Save mode
(Communication mode)
Initial Frequency
Selection ( keypad mode)
Initial Frequency
Keypad mode
Frequency Upper Limit
Frequency Lower Limit
Acceleration Time 1
Deceleration Time 1
Acceleration Time 2
Deceleration Time 2
Jog Frequency
Jog Acceleration Time
Jog Deceleration Time
Range
0:V/F mode
1:SLV mode
0:Forward
1:Reverse
0:Keypad
1:External Run/Stop Control
2:Communication
0:Keypad
1:External Run/Stop Control
2:Communication
0: Forward/Stop-Reverse/Stop
1: Run/Stop-Reverse/Forward
2: 3-Wire Control Mode-Run/Stop
0:Keypad
1:Potentiometer on Keypad
2:ExternalAVI Analog Signal Input
3:ExternalACI Analog Signal Input
4:External Up/Down Frequency
Control
5:Communication setting Frequency
6:PID output frequency
0:Keypad
1:Potentiometer on Keypad
2:ExternalAVI Analog Signal Input
3:ExternalACI Analog Signal Input
4:External Up/Down Frequency
Control
5:Communication setting Frequency
6:PID output frequency.
0: Main Or Alternative Frequency
1:Main frequency+Alternative
Frequency
Factory
Setting
Unit
0
-
0
-
0
-
0
-
0
-
0
-
4
-
0
-
0.00~599.00
Hz
0:Save the frequency before
powerdown
1:Save the communicationfrequency
0:by Current Frequency Command
1:by 0 Frequency Command
2:by 00-11
0
-
0
-
0.00~599.00
50.00/60.00
Hz
0.01~599.00
0.00~598.99
0.1~3600.0
0.1~3600.0
0.1~3600.0
0.1~3600.0
1.00~25.00
0.1~25.5
0.1~25.5
50.00/60.00
0.00
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
2.00
0.5
0.5
Hz
Hz
s
s
s
s
Hz
s
s
27
Note
*1
*4
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
Group 01- V/F Pattern selection & Setup
No.
Description
01-00
Volts/Hz Patterns
01-01
V/F Max voltage
01-02
01-03
01-04
01-05
01-06
01-07
01-08
01-09
Max Frequency
Max Frequency Voltage Ratio
Mid Frequency 2
Mid Frequency Voltage Ratio 2
Mid Frequency 1
Mid Frequency Voltage Ratio 1
Min Frequency
Min Frequency Voltage Ratio
Volts/Hz Curve Modification
(Torque Boost)
V/F start Frequency
No-load oscillation suppression
gain
Motor Hunting Prevention
Coefficient
01-10
01-11
01-12
01-13
1~7
200V:170.0~264.0
400V:323.0~528.0
1.40 ~ 599.00
0.0 ~ 100.0
1.30 ~ 599.00
0.0 ~ 100.0
1.30 ~ 599.00
0.0 ~ 100.0
1.30 ~ 599.00
0.0 ~ 100.0
50.00/60.00
100.0
2.50/3.00
10.0/6.8
2.50/3.00
10.0/6.8
1.30/1.50
8.0/3.4
Hz
%
Hz
%
Hz
%
Hz
%
0 ~ 10.0
0.0
%
0.00~10.00
0.00
Hz
0
%
0.0~200.0
1~8192
*1
800
0~100
01-15
Motor Hunting Prevention Limit
Auto-Torque Compensation
FilterCoefficient
Auto-torque Compensation
Gain
Auto-torque Compensation
Frequency
0~100.0
01-18
Note
Vac
Motor Hunting Prevention Gain
01-17
Unit
Based on 13-08
01-14
01-16
Factory
Setting
1/4
Range
Frame1/2
100V/200V series:7
others:0
5.0
0.1~1000.0
%
%
0.1
ms
0~100
0
%
1.30~5.00
2
Hz
Group 02- Motor parameters
No.
Description
02-00
02-01
02-02
02-03
02-04
02-05
02-06
Motor No Load Current
Motor Rated Current (OL1)
V/F Slip Compensation
Motor Rated Speed
Motor Rated Voltage
Motor Rated Power
Motor Rated Frequency
02-07
Motor Auto Tuning
02-08
02-09
02-10
02-11
02-12
02-13
Stator Resistor Gain
Rotor Resistor Gain
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
SLV SlipCompensation Gain
SLV Torque Compensation
Gain
Low Frequency Torque Gain
SLV Without Load Slip
Compensation Gain
SLV With Load Slip
Compensation Gain
SLV With Load Torque
Compensation Gain
02-14
02-15
02-16
02-17
02-18
Range
------0.0 ~ 100.0
------0~22.0
0~599.0
0: Disable
1: Static auto tuning
0~600
0~600
Factory
Setting
by motor nameplate
by motor nameplate
0.0
by motor nameplate
by motor nameplate
by motor nameplate
by motor nameplate
Unit
A
A
%
Rpm
Vac
kW
0
by series
by series
0~200
by series
%
0~200
0~100
100
50
%
%
0~200
by series
%
0~200
150
%
0~200
100
%
28
Note
*1
Group 02- Motor parameters
No.
Description
02-19
SLV Slip Compensation Select
Range
0: Slip Compensation 1
2: Slip Compensation 2
Factory
Setting
Unit
Note
0
Group 03- Multi function Digital Inputs/Outputs
No.
Description
03-00
Multifunction Input Term. S1
03-01
Multifunction Input Term. S2
03-02
03-03
Multifunction Input Term. S3
Multifunction Input Term. S4
03-04
Multifunction Input Term. S5
03-05
03-06
Up/Down frequency band
03-07
Up/Down Frequency modes
03-08
S1~S5 scan confirmation
03-09
S1~ S5 switch type select
03-10
03-11
Output Relay(RY1)
Range
0:Forward/Stop Command or Run
/Stop
1:Reverse/Stop Command Or
REV/FWD
2:Preset Speed 1 (5-02)
3:Preset Speed 2 (5-03)
4:Preset Speed 4 (5-05)
6:Jog Forward Command
7:Jog Reverse Command
8:Up Command
9:Down Command
10:Acc/Dec 2
11:Acc/Dec Disabled
12:Main/Alternative Run
Command select
13:Main/Alternative Frequency
Command select
14:Rapid Stop ( Decel to stop)
15:Base Block
16:Disable PID Function
17:Reset
18:Auto Run Mode enable
Reserved
0.00~5.00
0:Preset frequency is held as the
inverter stops, and the
UP/Down function is disabled.
1:Preset frequency is reset to 0
Hz as the inverter stops.
2:Preset frequency is held as the
inverter stops, and the
UP/Down is available.
1~200. Number of Scan cycles
xxxx0:S1 NO xxxx1:S1 NC
xxx0x:S2 NO
xxx1x:S2 NC
xx0xx:S3 NO
xx1xx:S3 NC
x0xxx:S4 NO
0xxxx:S5 NO
x1xxx:S4 NC
1xxxx:S5 NC
Reserved
0:Run
1:Fault
2:Setting Frequency Reached
3:Frequency Reached
(3-13±3-14)
4:Output Frequency Detection1(>
3-13)
5:Output Frequency Detection2(<
3-13)
29
Factory
Setting
0
1
Unit
-
2
3
-
17
-
0.00
Hz
0
-
10
2ms
00000
-
0
-
Note
Group 03- Multi function Digital Inputs/Outputs
No.
Factory
Setting
Unit
Note
0.00~599.00
0.00
Hz
*1
0.00~30.00
2.00
Hz
*1
0.1~15.0
0.1
A
0.1~10.0
0.1
s
0.00~20.00
0.00
Hz
0.00~20.00
0.00
Hz
0
-
Description
Range
6:Auto-Restart
7:Momentary AC Power Loss
8:Rapid Stop
9:Base Block
10:Motor Overload
Protection(OL1)
11:Drive Overload
Protection(OL2)
12:Reserved
13:Output Current Reached
14:Brake Control
15:PID feedback disconnection
detection
Reserved
03-12
03-13
03-14
03-15
03-16
03-17
03-18
Output frequency detection
level (Hz)
Frequency Detection band
Output Current Detection
Level
Output Current Detection
Period
External Brake Release
level
External Brake Engage
Level
03-19
Relay Output function type
03-20
Braking Transistor On
Level
03-21
Brake Transistor Off Level
0:A (Normally open)
1:B (Normally close)
100/200V:
240.0~400.0V
400V: 500.0~800.0V
100/200V:
240.0~400.0V
400V: 500.0~800.0V
220/230V:
380/400V:
415/460V:
220/230V:
380/400V:
415/460V:
380
690
780
360
670
760
VDC
VDC
※ “NO” indicates normally open, “NC” indicates normally closed.
Group 04- Analog signal inputs/ Analogue output functions
No.
04-00
04-01
04-02
04-03
04-04
04-05
04-06
04-07
04-08
04-09
04-10
Factory
Setting
Unit
0
-
1~200
50
2ms
0 ~ 1000
0 ~ 100
0: Positive
0: Positive
100
0
0
0
%
%
-
1~200
50
2ms
0 ~ 1000
0 ~ 100
0: Positive
0: Positive
100
0
0
0
%
%
-
Description
AVI/ACI analog Input
signal type select
AVI Signal Verification
Scan rate
AVI Gain
AVI Bias
AVI Bias Selection
AVI Slope
ACI Signal Verification
Scan rate
ACI Gain
ACIBias
ACI Bias Selection
ACI Slope
Range
0:
1:
2:
3:
ACI
0~10V
0~10V
2~10V
2~10V
AVI
0~20mA
4~20mA
0~20mA
4~20mA
1: Negative
1: Negative
1: Negative
1: Negative
30
Note
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
Group 04- Analog signal inputs/ Analogue output functions
No.
04-11
04-12
04-13
Factory
Setting
Unit
Note
0
-
*1
0 ~ 1000
100
%
*1
0 ~ 1000
0
%
*1
0
-
*1
0
-
*1
Note
Description
Range
0: Output Frequency
1: Frequency Command
2: Output Voltage
3: DC Bus Voltage
4: Motor Current
Analog Output
mode(AO)
Analog Output AO Gain
(%)
Analog Output AO Bias
(%)
04-14
AO Bias Selection
04-15
AO Slope
0: Positive
1: Negative
0: Positive
1: Negative
Group 05- Preset Frequency Selections.
No.
05-00
05-01
05-02
05-03
05-04
05-05
05-06
05-07
05-08
Range
Factory
Setting
Unit
0: Common Accel/Decel
Accel/Decel 1 or 2 apply to all speeds
1: Individual Accel/DecelAccel/ Decel
0-7 apply to the selected preset
speeds (Acc0/Dec0~ Acc7/Dec7)
0
-
5.00
Hz
*1
5.00
10.00
20.00
30.00
40.00
50.00
50.00
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
Description
Preset Speed Control
modeSelection
Preset Speed 0
(Keypad Freq)
Preset Speed1(Hz)
Preset Speed2(Hz)
Preset Speed3 (Hz)
Preset Speed4 (Hz)
Preset Speed5(Hz)
Preset Speed6 (Hz)
Preset Speed7 (Hz)
0.00 ~ 599.00
05-09
~
05-16
05-17
05-18
05-19
05-20
05-21
05-22
05-23
05-24
05-25
05-26
05-27
05-28
05-29
05-30
05-31
05-32
Reserved
Preset Speed0-Acctime
Preset Speed0-Dectime
Preset Speed1-Acctime
Preset Speed1-Dectime
Preset Speed2-Acctime
Preset Speed2-Dectime
Preset Speed3-Acctime
Preset Speed3-Dectime
Preset Speed4-Acctime
Preset Speed4-Dectime
Preset Speed5-Acctime
Preset Speed5-Dectime
Preset Speed6-Acctime
Preset Speed6-Dectime
Preset Speed7-Acctime
Preset Speed7-Dectime
0.1 ~ 3600.0
31
Group 06- Auto Run(Auto Sequencer) function
No.
06-00
06-01
06-02
06-03
06-04
06-05
06-06
06-07
Description
Range
Factory
Setting
Unit
Auto Run
(sequencer)
mode selection
0: Disabled.
1: Single cycle.
(Continues to run from the Unfinished
step if restarted).
2: Periodic cycle.
(Continues to run from the unfinished
step if restarted).
3: Single cycle, then holds thespeed Of
finalsteptorun.
(Continues to run from the unfinished
stepif restarted).
4: Single cycle.
(Starts a new cycle if restarted).
5: Periodic cycle.
(Starts a new cycle if restarted).
6: Single cycle, then hold the speed of
final step to run
(Starts a new cycle if restarted).
0
-
0.00
Hz
*1
0.00
Hz
*1
0.00
Hz
*1
0.00
Hz
*1
0.00
Hz
*1
0.00
Hz
*1
0.00
Hz
*1
0.0
s
0.0
s
0.0
s
0.0
s
0.0
s
0.0
s
0.0
s
0.0
s
Auto _ Run Mode
frequency command 1
Auto _ Run Mode
frequency command 2
Auto _ Run Mode
frequency command 3
Auto _ Run Mode
frequency command 4
Auto _ Run Mode
frequency command 5
Auto _ Run Mode
frequency command 6
Auto _ Run Mode
frequency command 7
0.00~599.00
06-08
~
06-15
06-16
06-17
06-18
06-19
06-20
06-21
06-22
06-23
06-24
~
06-31
Note
Reserved
Auto_ Run Mode
running time setting 0
Auto_ Run Mode
running time setting 1
Auto_ Run Mode
running time setting 2
Auto_ Run Mode
running time setting 3
Auto_ Run Mode
running time setting 4
Auto_ Run Mode
running time setting 5
Auto_ Run Mode
running time setting 6
Auto_ Run Mode
running time setting 7
0.0 ~ 3600.0
Reserved
32
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
Group 06- Auto Run(Auto Sequencer) function
No.
06-32
06-33
06-34
06-35
06-36
06-37
06-38
06-39
Description
Auto_ Run Mode
running direction 0
Auto_ Run Mode
running direction 1
Auto_ Run Mode
running direction 2
Auto_ Run Mode
running direction 3
Auto_ Run Mode
running direction 4
Auto_ Run Mode
running direction 5
Auto_ Run Mode
running direction 6
Auto_ Run Mode
running direction 7
Range
0: Stop
1: Forward
2: Reverse
Factory
Setting
Unit
0
-
0
-
0
-
0
-
0
-
0
-
0
-
0
-
Note
Group 07- Start/Stop command setup
No.
07-00
07-01
07-02
Range
Factory
Setting
Unit
0: Momentary Power Loss and Restart disable
1: Momentary power loss and restart enable
0
s
0.0
s
0
-
0
-
Description
Momentary Power
Loss and Restart
Auto Restart Delay
Time
Number of Auto
Restart Attempts
0.0~800.0
0~10
0: Enable Reset Only when Run Command is
Off
1: Enable Reset when Run Command is On or
Off
0: Enable Direct run on power up
1: Disable Direct run on power up
1.0~300.0
1
-
1.0
s
0.10 ~ 10.00
1.5
Hz
0 ~ 20 (Frame1/2). Based on the 20% of
maximum outputvoltage
5
%
0 ~ 100 (Frame3/4) based on the rated current
50
07-08
DC Injection Brake
Time (Seconds)
In stop mode
0.0 ~ 25.5
0.5
07-09
Stopping Method
0: Deceleration to stop
1: Coast to stop
07-03
07-04
07-05
07-06
07-07
Reset Mode Setting
Direct Running After
Power Up
Delay-ON Timer
DC Injection Brake
Start Frequency
(Hz) In Stop mode
DC Injection Brake
Level (%)In stop
mode
33
0
s
Note
Group 08- Drive & Motor Protection functions
No.
08-00
08-01
08-02
08-03
08-04
Description
Range
Factory
Setting
Unit
Trip Prevention Selection
xxxx0:Enable Trip Prevention During
Acceleration
xxxx1: Disable Trip Prevention During
Acceleration
xxx0x: Enable Trip Prevention During
Deceleration
xxx1x: Disable Trip Prevention During
Deceleration
xx0xx: Enable Trip Prevention in Run
Mode
xx1xx: Disable Trip Prevention inRun
Mode
x0xxx: Enable over voltage Prevention
in Run Mode
x1xxx: Disable over voltage Prevention
inRun Mode
00000
-
Trip Prevention Level
DuringAcceleration (%)
Trip Prevention Level
During Deceleration (%)
Trip Prevention Level In
Run Mode (%)
over voltage Prevention
Levelin Run Mode
08-05
Electronic Motor
OverloadProtection
Operation Mode
08-06
Operation After
OverloadProtection is
Activated
08-07
Over heat Protection
(cooling fan control)
08-08
AVR Function
(Auto Voltage
Regulation)
08-09
Input phase lost
protection
08-10
PTC Overheat Function
50 ~ 200
by series
50 ~ 200
by series
50 ~ 200
by series
Inverter
Rated
Current
100%
380.0/760.0
VDC
00001
-
0
-
1
-
4
-
0
-
200V: 350.0~390.0
400V: 700.0~780.0
xxxx0: Disable Electronic
MotorOverload Protection
xxxx1: Enable Electronic
MotorOverload Protection
xxx0x: Motor Overload Cold Start
xxx1x: Motor Overload Hot Start
xx0xx: Standard Motor
xx1xx: Invertor Duty Motor ( Force
Vent)
0: Coast-to-Stop After Overload
Protection is Activated
1: Drive Will Not Trip when Overload
Protection is Activated (OL1)
0: Auto (Depends on temp.)
1: Operate while in RUN mode
2: Always Run
3: Disabled
0: AVR function enable
1: AVR function Disable
2: AVR function disable for stop
3: AVR function disable for
deceleration
4: AVR function disable for stop and
deceleration.
5: When VDC>(360V/740V), AVR
function disable for stop and
deceleration.
0: Disabled
1: Enabled
0: Disable
0
1: Decelerate to stop
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Note
*1
Group 08- Drive & Motor Protection functions
No.
Factory
Setting
Unit
0.01~10.00
0.2
Sec
1~300
60
Sec
Description
Range
Note
2: Coast to stop
3:Continue running, when warning
level is reached.
Coast to stop, when protection
level is reached.
08-11
08-12
PTC Signal Smoothing
Time
PTC Detection Time
Delay
08-13
PTC Protection Level
0.1~10.0
0.7
V
08-14
PTC Detection Level
Reset
0.1~10.0
0.3
V
08-15
PTC Warning Level
0.1~10.0
0.5
V
08-16
Fan Control Temperature
Level
10.0~50.0
50.0
°C
Group 09- Communication function setup
No.
09-00
Assigned
Communication
Station Number
09-01
Communication
ModeSelect
09-02
Baud Rate Setting
(bps)
09-03
Stop Bit Selection
09-04
Parity Selection
09-05
09-06
09-07
09-08
09-09
09-10
Factory
Setting
Unit
Note
1
-
*2*3
0
-
*2*3
2
bps
*2*3
0
-
*2*3
0
-
*2*3
0
-
*2*3
0.0
s
0: Deceleration to stop
(00-15: Deceleration time 1)
1: Coast to stop
2: Deceleration to stop
(00-17: Deceleration time 2)
3: continue operating
0
-
1 ~ 20
3
5 ~ 65
5
1~254
1
Description
DataFormat
Selection
Communication
time-outdetection
time
Communication
time-out operation
selection
Error 6 verification
time.
Drive Transmit
delay Time(ms)
BACnet stations
Range
1 ~ 32
0:Modbus RTU code
1:Modbus ASCII code
2:BACnet
0:4800
1:9600
2:19200
3:38400
0:1 Stop Bit
1:2 Stop Bits
0:Without Parity
1:With Even Parity
2:With Odd Parity
0: 8-Bits Data
1: 7-Bits Data
0.0 ~ 25.5
35
2ms
*2*3
Group10- PIDfunction Setup
No.
10-00
PID target value selection
(when 00-05\00-06=6
,this function is enabled)
10-01
PID feedback value
selection
10-02
PID Target
input)
10-03
(keypad
PID Mode Selection
10-05
10-06
10-07
Feedback Gain
Coefficient
Proportional Gain
Integral Time
Derivative Time
10-08
PID Offset
10-09
PID Offset Adjust
PID Output Lag Filter
Time
10-04
10-10
10-11
10-12
10-13
10-14
10-15
Factory
Setting
Unit
Note
1
-
*1
2
-
*1
50.0
%
*1
0
-
0.00 ~ 10.00
1.00
%
*1
0.0 ~ 10.0
0.0 ~ 100.0
0.00 ~ 10.00
0: Positive
1: Negative
0 ~ 109
1.0
10.0
0.00
%
s
s
*1
*1
*1
0
-
*1
0
%
*1
0.0 ~ 2.5
0.0
s
*1
0: Disabled
1:Drive keeps runningafter feedback loss
2: Drive stopsafter feedback loss
0
-
0 ~ 100
0
%
0.0 ~25.5
1.0
s
0 ~ 109
100
%
0
-
Description
Feedback Loss Detection
Mode
Feedback Loss Detection
Level
Feedback Loss Detection
Delay Time
Integration Limit Value
Integral Value Resets to
Zero
when Feedback Signal
Equals
the Target Value
Range
0:Potentiometer on Keypad
1: Analog Signal Input. (AVI)
2: Analog Signal Input. (ACI)
3: Frequency set by communication
4: KeyPad Frequency parameter
10-02
0: Potentiometer on Keypad
1: Analog Signal Input. (AVI)
2: Analog Signal Input. (ACI)
3: Communication Setting Frequency
0.0~100.0
0:Disabled
1: Deviation D Control.
FWD Characteristic.
2: Feedback D Control
FWD Characteristic.
3:Deviation D Control
Reverse Characteristic.
4: Feedback D Control
Reverse Characteristic.
5: Frequency Command + Deviation D Control.
FWD Characteristic.
6: Frequency Command + Feedback D Control
FWD Characteristic.
7: Frequency Command + Deviation D Control
Reverse Characteristic.
8: Frequency Command + Feedback D Control
Reverse Characteristic.
0:Disabled
1: 1 Second
30: 30 Seconds (0 ~ 30)
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*1
Group10- PIDfunction Setup
No.
10-16
10-17
10-18
10-19
10-20
10-21
10-22
Factory
Setting
Unit
0
-
0.00~599.00
0.00
Hz
0.0 ~25.5
0.0
s
0.00 ~599.00
0.00
Hz
0.0 ~25.5
0.0
s
0 ~999
100
-
*1
0 ~999
0
-
*1
Description
Range
Allowable Integration
Error
Margin (units)(1unit =
1/8192)
PID Sleep Frequency
Level
PID Sleep Function Delay
Time
PID Wake up frequency
Level
PID Wake up function
Delay Time
Max PID Feedback
Setting
Min PID Feedback Setting
0 ~ 100
Note
Group11- Performance Controlfunctions
No.
Description
11-00
Reverse operation control
11-01
Carrier Frequency (kHz)
11-02
Carrier mode Selection
11-03
11-04
11-05
11-06
11-07
11-08
11-09
11-10
11-11
11-12
11-13
11-14
11-15
11-16
11-17
11-18
11-19
Carrier Frequency
Reduction by
temperaturerise
S-Curve Acc 1
S-Curve Acc 2
S-Curve Dec 3
S-Curve Dec 4
Skip Frequency 1
Skip Frequency 2
Skip Frequency 3
Skip Frequency
Bandwidth (±)
Reserved
Regeneration Prevention
Function
Regeneration Prevention
Voltage Level
Regeneration Prevention
Frequency Limit
Regeneration Prevention
Voltage Gain
Regeneration Prevention
Frequency Gain
Speed loop proportion
gain
Speed loop integration
gain
Factory
Setting
unit
0
-
5
KHz
1
-
0
-
0.0 ~ 4.0
0.0 ~ 4.0
0.0 ~ 4.0
0.0 ~ 4.0
0.00 ~ 599.00
0.00 ~ 599.00
0.00 ~ 599.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
s
s
s
s
Hz
Hz
Hz
*1
*1
*1
0.00 ~ 30.00
0.00
Hz
*1
0
-
380/760
V
0.00~15.00
3.00
Hz
0~200
100
%
0~200
100
%
Range
0: Reverse command is enabled
1: Reverse command is disabled
1~16
0: Mode0, 3phase PWMmodulation
1: Mode1, 2phase PWM modulation
2: Mode2, 2phase soft PWM
modulation
0:disabled
1:enabled
0: Disable
1: Enable
2: Enable (during constant speed
only)
200v:300.0~400.0
400v:600.0~800.0
0~65535
10000
0 ~65535
800
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Note
Group11- Performance Controlfunctions
No.
11-20
Description
Range
Speed loop differential
gain
0 ~65535
Group12
No.
Factory
Setting
unit
Note
0
Digital Display & Monitor functions
Description
Range
00000 ~77777.
Each digit can be set to 0 to 7
0: Default display
(frequency&parameters)
1:Output Current
2:Output Voltage
3:DC voltage
4:Temperature of Heat sink
5:PID feedback
6:Analog Signal Input. (AVI)
7:Analog Signal Input. (ACI)
0: Integer (xxx)
1:One decimal Place (xx.x)
2:Two Decimal Places (x.xx)
0:xxx-1:xxxpb (pressure)
2:xxxfl (flow)
12-00
Extended Display Mode
12-01
PID Feedback Display
format
12-02
PID
Feedback
DisplayUnitSetting
12-03
Custom Units (Line
Speed) Value
0~65535
12-04
Custom Units (Line
Speed) Display Mode
0:Drive Output Frequency is Displayed
1:Line Speed. Integer.(xxxxx)
2:Line Speed..One Decimal Place
(xxxx.x)
3:Line Speed.Two Decimal Places
(xxx.xx)
4:Line Speed.Three Decimal Places
(xx.xxx)
12-05
Inputs and output
Logic status display
( S1 to S5) & RY1
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Factory
Setting
Unit
Note
00000
-
*1
0
-
*1
0
-
*1
1500/1800
RPM
*1
0
-
*1
-----
-
*4
Group 13
No.
13-00
13-01
13-02
13-03
13-04
Inspection &Maintenance functions
Factory
Setting
unit
Note
----
-
-
*3
----
-
-
*3*4
----
-
-
*3*4
0~23
-
hour
*3
----
day
*3
0
-
*3
0
-
00000
-
1250/1360
(Note)
-
Description
Drive Horsepower
Code
Software Version
Fault Log
(Last 3 Faults)
Accumulated Operation
Time11
Accumulated Operation
Time12
13-05
Accumulated Operation
Time Mode
13-06
Parameter Lock
13-07
ParameterLock Code
13-08
Reset Drive to Factory
Settings
Range
0~65535
0:Time Under Power
1:Run Mode Time Only
0:Enable all Functions
1: Preset speeds 05-01~05-08 cannot
bechanged
2:All Functions cannot be changed
Except for Preset speeds
05-01~05-08
3:Disable All Function
00000~65535
1150: Initialization (50Hz,220V/380V)
1160: Initialization (60Hz,220V/380V)
1250: Initialization(50Hz,230V/400V)
1260: Initialization(60Hz,230V/460V)
1350: Initialization(50Hz,220V/415V)
1360: Initialization (60Hz,230V/400V)
Notes:
For built-in EMC filter models, the default setting of 13-08 is “1250”.
For without built-in EMC filter models, the default setting of 13-08 is “1360”
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Chapter 5 Troubleshooting and maintenance
5.1 Error display and corrective action
5.1.1 Manual Reset and Auto-Reset
Faults which cannot be recovered manually
Display
-OV-
content
Detection circuit malfunction
Consult with the supplier
Voltage too low
when stopped
1. Power voltage too low
2. Pre-charge resistor or fuse
burnt out.
3. Detection circuit
malfunction
1.Check if the power voltage
is correct
2. failed resistor or fuse
3. Consult with the supplier
The inverter is
overheated when
stopped
1. Detection circuit
malfunction
2. Ambient temperature too
high or bad ventilation
Improve the ventilation
conditions, if no result then
replace the inverter
-OH-
CtEr
HPErr
1. IGBT temperature is too
The inverter is
high or poor ventilation
overheated during
2. temperature sensor error or
running
circuit malfunctions
1. Reduce carrier
frequency
2. Improve the ventilation
conditions, if no result then
replace the inverter
Current Sensor
detection error
Current sensor error or
circuit malfunction
Consult with the supplier
Inverter capacity
setting error:
Inverter capacity
setting 13-00
does not match
the rated voltage.
The inverter capacity setting
(13-00) does not match the
hardware voltage levels
Check the inverter capacity
setting (13-00) to meet the
hardware voltage levels.
CPUUnusual
interruption
External noise interference
1.Remove the interference
source then restart by
switching power OFF/ON
2 If not resolved then
Consult with the supplier
EEPROM
problem
Faulty EEPROM
Consult with the supplier
Communicationer
ror
Communications disruption
Check the wiring
Err4
EPr
COt
Corrective action
Voltage too high
when stopped
-LV-
OH-C
Cause
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Faults which can be recovered manually and automatically
Display
OC-A
content
Cause
Corrective action
Over-current at
acceleration
1.Acceleration time too short
2.The capacity of the motor
exceeds the capacity of
the inverter
3.Short circuit between the
motor coil and thecase
4.Short circuit between
motor wiring and ground
5.IGBT moduledamaged
1.Set a longer acceleration
time
2.Replace inverter with one
that has the same rating as
that of the motor
3.Check the motor
4.Check the wiring
5.Consult with the supplier
Over-current at
fixed speed
1.Transient load change
2.Transient power change
1.Increase the capacity of
the inverter
2.Install inductor on the
power supply input side
Over-current at
deceleration
The preset deceleration time
is too short.
Set a longer deceleration
time
Over current at
start
1.Short circuit between the
motor coil and the case
2.Short circuit between motor
coil and ground
3.IGBT module damaged
1.Inspect the motor
2.Inspect the wiring
3.Consult with the supplier
OC-C
OC-d
OC-S
OV-C
Excessive
Voltage during
operation/
deceleration
PF
Input phase Loss
1.Set a longer deceleration
time
1.Deceleration time setting
2.Consider use of a brake
too short or excessive load
resistor and/or brake
inertia
module (For 400V models or
2.Power voltage varies widely
200V 5hp~15hp models)
(fluctuates)
3.Consider use of a reactor at
the power input side
1.Check the main circuit
Abnormal fluctuations in the
power supply wiring.
main circuit voltage
2.Check the power supply
voltage
Faults which can be recovered manually but not automatically
Display
OC
content
Cause
Corrective action
Over-current
during stop
Detection circuit malfunction
Consult with the supplier
Motor overload
loading too large
Consider increasing the
Motor capacity
Inverter overload
Excessive Load
Consider increasing the
inverter capacity
OL1
OL2
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Faults which can be recovered manually but not automatically
Display
CL
content
Inverter over
current:
Wait 1 minute to
reset .If it occurs
CL or OL2 up to 4
successive times
then wait 5
minutes to reset
LV-C
Voltage too low
during operation
OVSP
motor rotation
over speed
OH4
motor over heat
error
Cause
Corrective action
inverter over current warning:
Check load condition and
inverter current reach the level running period time.
of over current protection
1.Power voltage too low
1.Improve power quality
2.Power voltage varies widely
2.Consider adding a reactor
(fluctuates)
at the power input side
1.Check for excessive load
The actual rotation speed is
2.Check weather frequency
different to the set speed.
setting signal is right or not
1.If temperature detected
increases above the set limit
in parameter 08-13 and for the
delay time set in parameter
08-12 then the display will
show “OH4” (motor over heat
detection), and the motor will
1.To improve the ventilation
coast to stop.
condition
2.Motor over heat detection
2.Adjust parameter 08-15
“OH4” can be reset when the
temperature detection level is
lower than the set level in
parameter【08-14 PTC reset
level】.
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5.1.2Keypad Operation Error Instruction
Display
LOC
content
1.Parameter
already locked
2.Motor direction
locked
3.Parameter
password(13-07)
enabled
Err1
Keypad operation
error
Err2
Parameter setting
error
Err5
Cause
1.Attempt to modify
frequency parameter while
13-06>0.
2.Attempt to reverse
direction when 11- 00=1.
3.Parameter (13 - 07)
enabled, set the correct
password will show LOC.
1.Press ▲ or ▼while
00-05/00-06>0 or running
at preset speed.
2.Attempt to modify the
Parameter. Can not be
modified during operation
(refer to the parameter
list)
1. 00-13 is within the range
of (11-08 ±11-11)
or (11-09 ±11-11)
or (11-10 ±11-11)
2. 00- 12≦00-13
3. 00-05 and 00-06 have
been set the same.
4. Modifying parameters
01-01~01-09 when
01-00≠7.
5. When 00-05/00-06=2,
and 08-10=1~3;
When PID function be
used with 10-00/10-01 =1
and 08-10=1~3
6. Parameter password
function(13-07) set
incorrect
Corrective action
1.Adjust 13-06
2.Adjust 11-00
1.The ▲ or▼ is available for
modifying the parameter
only when 00-05/00-06=0
2.Modify the parameter in
STOP mode.
1.modify11-08~11-10
or 11-11
2.00- 12>00-13
3.set 00-05 and 00-06 to be
different
4.set 03-21 <03-20
5.PTC function source can not
be set the same source(AVI)
with frequency command
and PID command.
6.Please set correct password
Modification of
parameter is not
available in
communication
1.Control command sent
during communication.
2.Attempt to modify the
function 09-02~ 09-05
during communication
1.Issue enable command
before communication
2.Set parameters 09-02~
09-05 function before
communication
Communication
failed
1.Wiring error
2.Communication
Parameter setting error.
3.Incorrect communication
protocol
1.Check hardware and wiring
2.Check Functions(09-00~
09- 05).
Parameter conflict
1.Attempt to modify the
function 13-00/13-08.
2. Voltage and current
detection circuit is
abnormal.
If reset is not possible, please
consult with the supplier.
Err6
Err7
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5.1.3 Special conditions
Display
StP0
Fault
Zero speed at stop
In V/f mode, STP0 comes out at less than 1.3Hz (50Hz set)
or at less than 1.5Hz (60Hz set)
In SLV mode, STP0 comes out at less than 1Hz
Fail to start directly
On power up.
1. If the inverter is set for external terminal control mode
(00-02/00-03=1) and direct start is disabled (07-04=1)
2. The inverter cannot be started and will flash STP1.
3. The run input is active at power-up, refer to descriptions
of (07-04).
StP1
StP2
E.S.
Description
Keypad Stop
Operated when
inverter in external
Control mode.
External
Rapid stop
b.b.
External base block
1. If the Stop key is pressed while the inverter is set to
external control mode (00-02/00-03=1) then‘STP2’flashes
after stop.
2. Release and re-activate the run contact to restart the
inverter.
When external rapid stop input is activated the inverter will
decelerate to stop and the display will flash with E.S.
message.
When external base block input is activated the inverter
stops immediately and then the display will flash with b.b.
message.
PdEr
PID feedback loss
PID feedback loss is detected.
auto tuning error
other errors show up in the process of auto tuning.
motor over heat
warning
If 08-10 = 3, When over temperature is detected by signal at
terminal AVI increasing above the warning detection limit set
in parameter 08-15, then the display will show “OH3”(motor
over heat warning level) and the motor will continue to run.
Alter
OH3
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5.2 General troubleshooting
Status
Motor runs
in wrong
direction
The motor
speed can
not be
regulated.
Motor
running
speed too
high or too
low
Motor speed
varies
unusually
Checking point
Is the wiring for the output
terminals correct?
Is the wiring for forward and
reverse signals correct?
Is the wiring for the analog
frequency inputs correct?
Is the setting of operation mode
correct?
Is the load too excessive?
Check the motor specifications
(poles, voltage…) correct?
Is the gear ratio correct?
Is the setting of the highest
output frequency correct?
Is the load too excessive?
Remedy
Wiring must match U, V, and W terminals of the
motor.
Check for correct wiring.
Check for correct wiring.
Check the Frequency Source set in parameters
00-05/00-06.
Reduce the load.
Confirm the motor specifications.
Confirm the gear ratio.
Confirm the highest output frequency
Does the load vary excessively?
Is the input power unstable or is
there a phase loss ?
Reduce the load.
1.Minimize the variation of the load.
2.Consider increasing the capacities of the
inverter and the motor.
1.Consider adding an AC reactor at the power
input side if using single-phase power.
2. Check wiring if using three-phase power
1.Is the power applied?
Is the power connected to the
2.Turn the power OFF and then ON again.
correct L1, L2, and L3 terminals?
3.Make sure the power voltage is correct.
is the charging indicator lit ?
4.Make sure screws are secured firmly.
Motor can
not run
Is there voltage across the
output terminals T1, T2, and T3?
Is overload causing the motor to
stall?
Are there any abnormalities in
the inverter?
Is there a forward or reverse run
command ?
Turn the power OFF and then ON again.
Reduce the load so the motor will run.
See error descriptions to check wiring and
correct if necessary.
Has the analog frequency signal
been input?
1.Is analog frequency input signal wiring
correct?
2.Is voltage of frequency input correct?
Is the operation mode setting
correct?
Operate through the digital keypad
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