[AC10] : HA502320U001 : Product Manual to support the Parker

[AC10] : HA502320U001 : Product Manual to support the Parker

AC10 series

HA502320U001 Issue 1

Product Manual

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YOUR

SUCCESS.

AC10

FAILURE OR IMPROPER SELECTION OR IMPROPER USE OF THE PRODUCTS

DESCRIBED HEREIN OR RELATED ITEMS CAN CAUSE DEATH, PERSONAL INJURY

AND PROPERTY DAMAGE.

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Corporation or its subsidiaries or authorized distributors. To the extent that Parker Hannifin

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AC10 User’s Manual

Frames 1 - 5

HA502320U001 Issue 1

2012 © Parker Hannifin Manufacturing Limited.

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Parker Hannifin Manufacturing Limited reserved the right to change the content and product specification without notice.

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Contents

I. Safety............................................................................................................ 1

1.1 Application Area ................................................................................... 1

1.2 Personnel ............................................................................................... 1

1.3 Hazards ................................................................................................. 2

II. Product ....................................................................................................... 4

2.1 Product Code ........................................................................................ 4

2.2 Nameplate ............................................................................................. 5

2.3 Product Range ...................................................................................... 6

2.4 Technical Specifications ....................................................................... 7

2.5 Appearance ........................................................................................ 9

2.6 Designed Standards for Implementation ......................................... 9

2.7 Installation precautions .................................................................... 9

2.8 Maintenance ..................................................................................... 11

2.8.1 Periodic checking ......................................................................... 12

2.8.2 Storage .......................................................................................... 12

2.8.3 Daily Maintenance ....................................................................... 12

III. Keypad panel ......................................................................................... 13

3.1 Panel Illustration ............................................................................. 13

3.2 Remote-control panel structure ..................................................... 13

3.3 Panel Operating ............................................................................... 16

3.4 Parameters Setting .......................................................................... 16

3.5 Function Codes Switchover in/between Code-Groups ................. 17

3.6 Panel Display ................................................................................... 18

IV. Installation & Connection ................................................................... 19

4.1 Installation ....................................................................................... 19

4.2 Connection ....................................................................................... 20

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4.3 Measurement of main circuit voltages, currents and powers ...... 22

4.4 Functions of control terminals ....................................................... 25

4.5 Connection Overview ......................................................................... 28

4.6 Basic methods of suppressing the noise .............................................. 29

4.6.1 Noise propagation paths and suppressing methods ............... 29

4.6.2 Field Wire Connections ............................................................... 30

4.6.3 Earthing ...................................................................................... 31

4.6.4 Leakage current .......................................................................... 32

4.6.5 Electrical installation of the drive ................................................ 32

4.6.6 Application of Power Line Filter ................................................. 33

V Operation and Simple Running ........................................................... 34

5.1 Basic conception ................................................................................. 34

5.1.1 Control mode ............................................................................... 34

5.1.2 Mode of torque compensation .................................................... 34

5.1.3 Mode of frequency setting........................................................... 34

5.1.4 Mode of controlling for running command ............................... 34

5.1.5 Operating status of inverter ....................................................... 34

5.2 Keypad panel and operation method ................................................ 35

5.2.1 Method of operating the keypad panel ...................................... 35

5.2.2 Switching and displaying of status parameters ........................ 35

5.2.3 Operation process of measuring motor parameters ................. 35

5.2.4 Operation process of simple running ......................................... 36

5.3 Illustration of basic operation ........................................................... 38

5.3.1 Operation process of frequency setting, start, forward running and stop with keypad panel ............................................................................ 38

5.3.2 Operation process of setting the frequency with keypad panel, and starting, forward and reverse running, and stopping inverter through control terminals .................................................................... 39

5.3.3 Operation process of jogging operation with keypad panel .... 40

5.3.4 Operation process of setting the frequency with analog terminal and controlling the operation with control terminals ........ 40

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VI. Function Parameters .......................................................................... 42

6.1 Basic parameters ............................................................................. 42

6.2 Operation Control ........................................................................... 50

6.3 Multifunctional Input and Output Terminals ............................... 56

6.3.1 Digital multifunctional output terminals ................................... 56

6.3.2 Digital multifunctional input terminals ..................................... 58

6.4 Analog Input and Output ............................................................... 62

6.5 Multi-stage Speed Control .............................................................. 65

6.6 Auxiliary Functions ......................................................................... 68

6.7 Malfunction and Protection ............................................................ 70

6.8 Parameters of the Motor ................................................................. 73

6.9 Communication Parameter ............................................................ 75

6.10 PID Parameters ............................................................................. 76

6.11 Torque control parameters ........................................................... 77

Appendix 1 Trouble Shooting ................................................................... 79

Appendix 2 Selection of Braking Resistance ........................................... 81

Appendix 3 Communication Manual ...................................................... 82

I. General .................................................................................................. 82

II. Modbus Protocol ................................................................................. 82

2.1 Transmission mode ............................................................................. 82

2.1.1 Format .......................................................................................... 82

2.1.2 ASCII Mode ................................................................................. 82

2.1.3 RTU Mode .................................................................................... 82

2.2 Baud rate ............................................................................................. 82

2.3 Frame structure: ................................................................................ 83

2.4 Error Check ........................................................................................ 83

2.4.1 ASCII mode .................................................................................. 83

2.4.2 RTU Mode .................................................................................... 83

2.4.3 Protocol Converter ...................................................................... 84

2.5 Command Type & Format ................................................................ 84

2.5.1 The listing below shows the function codes. .............................. 84

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2.5.2 Address and meaning .................................................................. 84

III Function Codes Related to Communication ...................................... 87

IV Physical Interface ................................................................................. 88

IV Examples ............................................................................................... 90

Appendix 4 The default applications .......................................................... 92

Application 1: basic speed control (default) ............................................... 93

Application 2 : Auto/Manual Control ......................................................... 95

Application 3: Preset Speeds ....................................................................... 97

Application 4 : Raise/Lower Trim ............................................................... 99

Application 5: PID ...................................................................................... 101

Appendix 5 .................................................................................................. 103

Appendix 6 Compliance ............................................................................. 119

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I. Safety

Important Please read these safety notes before installing or operating this equipment.

This manual is to be made available to all persons who are required to install, configure or service equipment described herein, or any other associated operation.

The information given is intended to highlight safety issues, and to enable the user to obtain maximum benefit from the equipment.

Complete the following table for future reference detailing how the unit is to be installed and used.

1.1 Application Area

The equipment described is intended for industrial motor speed control utilising AC induction motors.

1.2 Personnel

Installation, operation and maintenance of the equipment should be carried out by competent personnel. A competent person is someone who is technically qualified and familiar with all safety information and established safety practices; with the installation process, operation and maintenance of this equipment; and with all the hazards involved.

DANGER

Risk of electric shock

WARNING

Hot surfaces

Caution

Refer to documentation

Earth/Ground

Protective Conductor

Terminal

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1.3 Hazards

DANGER! - Ignoring the following may result in injury

This equipment can endanger life by exposure to rotating machinery and high voltages.

The equipment must be permanently earthed due to the high earth leakage current, and the drive motor must be connected to an appropriate safety earth.

Ensure all incoming supplies are isolated before working on the equipment. Be aware that there may be more than one supply connection to the drive.

There may still be dangerous voltages present at power terminals (motor output, supply input phases, DC bus and the brake, where fitted) when the motor is at standstill or is stopped.

For measurements use only a meter to IEC 61010 (CAT III or higher). Always begin using the highest range.

CAT I and CAT II meters must not be used on this product

Allow at least 5 minutes for the drive's capacitors to discharge to safe voltage levels (<50V). Use the specified meter capable of measuring up to 1000V dc & ac rms to confirm that less than 50V is present between all power terminals and between power terminals and earth.

Unless otherwise stated, this product must NOT be dismantled. In the event of a fault the drive must be returned. Refer to "Routine Maintenance and Repair".

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SAFETY

• When there is a conflict between EMC and safety requirements, personnel safety shall always take preference.

• Never perform high voltage resistance checks on the wiring without first disconnecting the drive from the circuit being tested.

• Whilst ensuring ventilation is sufficient, provide guarding and /or additional safety systems to prevent injury or damage to equipment.

• When replacing a drive in an application and before returning to use, it is essential that all user defined parameters for the product’s operation are correctly installed.

• All control and signal terminals are SELV, i.e. protected by double insulation. Ensure all external wiring is rated for the highest system voltage.

• Thermal sensors contained within the motor must have at least basic insulation

• All exposed metalwork in the Inverter is protected by basic insulation and bonded to a safety earth.

• RCDs are not recommended for use with this product but, where their use is mandatory, only Type B RCDs should be used.

EMC

• In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case supplementary mitigation measures may be required.

• This equipment contains electrostatic discharge (ESD) sensitive parts. Observe static control precautions when handling, installing and servicing this product.

• This is a product of the restricted sales distribution class according to IEC 61800-3. It is designated as “professional equipment” as defined in EN61000-3-2. Permission of the supply authority shall be obtained before connection to the low voltage supply.

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II. Product

This manual offers an introduction of the installation and connection for AC10 series.

Parameters setting, software and operations are also covered in this manual.

2.1 Product Code

10 G 1 1 - 0015- B F

F : Built- in filter

N : without built-in filter

B : Built- in braking unit

XXXXOOO.O

Frame Size :

1:

80×135×138153

2:

3:

4:

5:

Input voltage:

1: 230 V / 240V 1 phase

3: 230

V

/ 240V

3 phase

4 400

V

/ 480V 3 phase

Industry

Product model

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2.2 Nameplate

AC10 series 2.2 kW inverter with 3-phase input nameplate is illustrated as a example.

3Ph: three-phase input; 380-480V, 50/60Hz: input voltage range and rated frequency.

3Ph: 3-phase output; 6.5A, 2.2kW: rated output current and power;

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2.3 Product Range

Supply Part number kW

Input current

(A)

Output

Current

(A)

10G-11-0015-XX

0.2 4.0 1.5

Input protection current

6.0

10.0

10G-11-0025-XX

0.37 6.1 2.5

14.0

10G-11-0035-XX

0.55 8.9 3.5

1Ph

220V

10G-11-0045-XX

0.75 11.4 4.5

18.1

10G-12-0050-XX

1.1 16.1 5

24.5

10G-12-0070-XX

1.5 16.8 7

25.2

10G-12-0100-XX

2.2 21.0 10

32.0

10G-31-0015-XX

0.2 2.2 1.5

5.0

10G-31-0025-XX

0.37 4.3 2.5

8.2

10G-31-0035-XX

0.55 6.1 3.5

10.0

3Ph

220V

10G-31-0045-XX

0.75 7.6 4.5

11.5

18.0

10G-32-0050-XX

1.1 11.8 5

10G-32-0070-XX

1.5 12.0 7

18.2

10G-32-0100-XX

2.2 14.3 10

21.5

10G-41-0006-XX

0.2 1.2 0.6

2.5

10G-41-0010-XX

0.37 2.2 1

5.0

10G-41-0015-XX

0.55 3.6 1.5

5.5

10G-42-0020-XX

0.75 4.1 2

6.5

10G-42-0030-XX

1.1 6.0 3

10.2

10G-42-0040-XX

1.5 6.9 4

11.0

3Ph

400V

10G-42-0065-XX

2.2 9.6 6.5

15.0

10G-43-0080-XX

3 11.6 7

18.0

10G-43-0090-XX

4 13.6 9

21.0

10G-43-0120-XX

5.5 18.8 12

29.0

10G-44-0170-XX

7.5 22.1 17

34.0

10G-44-0230-XX

11 30.9 23

46.5

10G-45-0320-XX

15 52 32

80.0

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2.4 Technical Specifications

Table1-1 Technical Specifications for AC10 Series Inverters

Input

Output

Control

Mode

Rated Voltage Range

Rated Frequency

Rated Voltage Range

Frequency Range

Carrier Frequency

Input Frequency Resolution

Control Mode

Start Torque

Speed-control Scope

Steady Speed Precision

Torque Control Precision

Overload Capacity

Torque Elevating

VVVF Curve

DC Braking

Jogging Control

Auto Circulating Running and multi-stage speed running

Built-in PID adjusting

Auto voltage regulation (AVR)

Frequency Setting

3-phase 380-480V (+10%, -15%)

1-phase 220-240V ±15%

3-phase 220-240V ±15%

50/60Hz

3-phase 0-INPUT (V)

0.50~650.0Hz

2000~10000Hz; Fixed carrier-wave and random carrier-wave can be selected by F159.

Digital setting: 0.01Hz, analog setting: max frequency

×

0.1%

Sensorless vector control (SVC), V/Hz control

0.5 Hz / 150% (SVC)

1:100 (SVC)

±0.5%(SVC)

±5%(SVC)

150% rated current, 60 seconds.

Auto torque promotion, manual torque promotion includes

1-20 curves.

3 kinds of modes: quadratic type, square type and user-defined V/Hz curve.

DC braking frequency: 0.2-5.00 Hz, braking time: 0.00~30.00s

Jogging frequency range: min frequency~ max frequency, jogging acceleration/deceleration time: 0.1~3000.0s

Auto circulating running or terminals control can realize

15-stage speed running. easy to realize a system for process closed-loop control

When source voltage changes, the modulation rate can be adjusted automatically, so that the output voltage is unchanged.

Analog signal (0~5V, 0~10V, 0~20mA); keypad

(terminal)▲/▼ keys, external control logic and automatic circulation setting.

Operation

Function

Start/Stop Control

Running Command Channels

Frequency Source

Terminal control, keypad control or communication control.

3 kinds of channels from keypad panel, control terminals or

RS485

Frequency sources: User terminals, from the MMI or vis

RS485.

5 options Auxiliary frequency Source

Optional Built-in EMC filter, built-in braking unit

Protection

Function

Input phase loss, Output phase loss, input under-voltage, DC over-voltage, over-current, inverter over-load, motor over-load, current stall, over-heat, external disturbance, analog line disconnected.

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MMI

Display

Environment

Conditions

LED seven segment display showing output frequency, rotate-speed (rpm), output current, output voltage, DC bus voltage, PID feedback value, PID setting value, linear-velocity, types of faults, and parameters for the system and operation; LED indicators showing the current working status of inverter.

Equipment Location

In an indoor location, Prevent exposure from direct sunlight, Free from dust, tangy caustic gases, flammable gases, steam or the salt-contented, etc.

Environment Temperature -10degC~+40degC (50degC with derating)

Environment Humidity

Vibration Strength

Height above sea level

Environment

Below 90% (no water-bead condensing)

Below 0.5g

1000m or below (2000m with derating)

3C3 conformance

Protection level

Applicable

Motor

IP20

0.2~15kW

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2.5 Appearance

The external structure of AC10 series inverter is plastic housings.

10G-12-0050-XX, the external appearance and structure are shown below.

2.6 Designed Standards for Implementation

IEC/EN 61800-5-1: 2007 Adjustable speed electrical power drive systems safety requirements.

IEC/EN 61800-3: 2004 Adjustable speed electrical power drive systems-Part

3: EMC product standard including specific test methods.

2.7 Installation precautions

 Please check the model in the nameplate of the inverter and the rated value of the inverter. Please do not use the product if it has been damaged in transit.

 Installation and application environment should be free of rain, drips, steam, dust and oily dirt; without corrosive or flammable gases or liquids, metal particles or metal powder. Environment temperature within the scope of -10 ℃

+40

℃.

 Please install inverter away from combustibles.

 Do not drop anything into the inverter.

 The reliability of inverters relies heavily on the temperature. As the surrounding temperature increases by 10 degrees the inverter life will be halved.

 The inverter is desined to be installed in a control cabinet, and smooth ventilation should be ensured and inverter should be installed vertically. If there are several inverters in one cabinet, in order to ensure ventilation, please install inverters side by side. If it is necessary to install several inverters above each other, please add additional ventilation.

 Never touch the internal elements within 15 minutes after power off. Wait until it is completely discharged.

 Input terminals R, S and T are connected to power supply of 400V while output terminals U, V and W are connected to motor.

 Proper grounding should be ensured with grounding resistance not exceeding

4Ω; separate grounding is required for motor and inverter. Grounding with

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 There should be separate wiring between control loop and power loop to avoid any possible interference.

 Signal line should not be too long to avoid any increase with common mode interference.

 If circuit breaker or contactor needs to be connected between the drive and the motor, be sure to operate these circuit breakers or contactor when the drive has no output, to avoid damaging of drive.

 Before using the drive, the insulation of the motors must be checked, especially if it is used for the first time or if it has been stored for a long time. This is to reduce the risk of the drive being damaged by poor insulation of the motor.

 Do not connect any varistor or capacitor to the output terminals of the drive because the drive’s output voltage waveform is pulse wave, otherwise tripping or damaging of components may occur. Iin addition, do not install circuit breaker or contactor at the output side of the drive as shown in Fig 1-6.

Inverter

M

Fig 1-6 Capacitors are prohibited to be used.

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 Derating must be considered when the drive is installed at high altitude (greater than 1000m). This is because the cooling effect of drive is deteriorated due to the thin air, as shown in Fig. 1-7 that indicates the relationship between the elevation and rated current of the drive.

Iout

100%

90%

80%

1000 2000 3000

( m)

Fig 1-7 Derating drive’s output current with altitude

• Temperature derating

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2.8 Maintenance

2.8.1 Periodic checking

 Cooling fan and wind channel should be cleaned regularly to check whether it is normal; remove the dust accumulated in the inverter on a regular basis.

 Check inverter’s input and output wiring and wiring terminals regularly and check if wirings are ageing.

 Check whether screws on each terminals are fastened.

2.8.2 Storage

 Please put the inverter in the packing case of manufacture.

 If inverter is stored for long time, please charge the inverter within half a year to prevent the electrolytic capacitors damaged. The charging time should be longer than 5 hours.

2.8.3 Daily Maintenance

Environment temperature, humidity, dust and vibration would decrease the life of inverter. Daily maintenance is necessary to inverters.

Daily inspecting:

 Inspecting for noise of motor when it is working.

 Inspecting for abnormal vibration of motor when it is working.

 Inspecting for the installing environment of inverter.

 Inspecting for the fan and inverter temperature.

Daily cleaning:

Keep the inverter clean. Clean surface dust of inverter to prevent dust, metal powder, oily dirt and water from dropping into the inverter.

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III. Keypad panel

3.1 Panel Illustration

The panel covers three sections: data display section, status indicating section and keypad operating section, as shown in Fig. 2-1.

LED shows running frequency, flashing target frequency, function code, parameter value or fault code.

4 LEDs indicate working status. RUN while running. FWD running forward and

FRQ when the MMI is showing frequency.

Contents

Press “M” for function code, and “E” for original parameters.▲and

▼keys can be used to select function codes and parameters. Press

“E” again to confirm. In the mode of keypad control, ▲and▼keys can also be used for dynamic speed control. “I” and “O” keys control start and stop. Press “O” key to reset inverter in fault status.

3.2 Remote-control panel structure

The remote mounted keypad can be ordered as 1001-00-00.

This includes the keypad, cable and mounting brackets.

1. structure diagram

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2. Structure size (Unit: mm)

Code

1001-00-00

A

124

B

74

3. Panel mounting structure diagram

C

120

D

70

H

26

Opening size

121*71

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Mounting panel

Keypad frame

Frame back cover

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4. Panel mounting size (Unit: mm)

Keypad panel size

E

170

F

110

5. Port of control panel

L

22

N

102

Opening size

M

142

Pins

8 core

1

None

2

5V

3 4 5 6 7 8

Grounding Grounding Signal 1 Signal 2 Signal 3 Signal 4

6. The default length of remote cable is 1m. On the occasion of heavy interference or if remote control cable is longer than 3m, please add magnetic ring on the cable.

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3.3 Panel Operating

All keys on the panel are available for user. Refer to Table 2-1 for their functions.

Table 2-1 Uses of Keys

Keys

M

E

Names

Menu

Enter

Up

Down

Remarks

To call function code and switch over display mode.

To call and save data.

To increase data (speed control or setting parameters)

To decrease data (speed control or setting parameters)

I

Run

To start inverter;

O

Stop or reset

To stop inverter; to reset in fault status; to change function codes in a code group or between two code groups.

3.4 Parameters Setting

This inverter has numerous function parameters that the user can modify to effect different modes of operation . The user should be aware that if they set password valid (F107=1), the password must be entered first.

Table 2-2 Steps for Parameters Setting

Steps

3

4

1

2

5

Keys

M

or

E

or

M

E

Operation

Press “M” key to display function code

Press “Up” or “Down” to select required function code

To read data set in the function code

To modify data

To show corresponding target frequency by flashing after saving the set data

To display the current function code

Display

The above-mentioned step should be operated when inverter is in stop status.

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3.5 Function Codes Switchover in/between Code-Groups

It has more than 300 parameters (function codes) available to user, divided into 10 sections as indicated in Table 2-3.

Table 2-3 Function Code Partition

Group Name

Basic Parameters

Function

Code Range

Group

No.

F100~F160 1

Group Name

Function

Code Range

Timing control and protection function

F700~F770

Run Control Mode

F200~F280 2

Multi-functional input/output terminal

Analog signals and pulse of input/output

Multi-stage speed

parameters

F300~F340

F400~F480

F500~F580

3

4

5

Subsidiary function F600~F670 6

Parameters of the motor

F800~F850

Communication function

F900~F930

PID parameter setting

Torque control

FA00~FA80

FC00~FC40

Group

No.

7

8

9

10

11

As parameter setting can take time due to numerous function codes, such function is specially designed as

“Function Code Switchover in a Code Group or between Two Code-Groups” so that parameters setting becomes convenient and simple.

Press “M” key so that the keypad controller will display function code. If user press es “▲” or “▼” key, the function code will circularly keep increasing or decreasing by degrees within the group; if user presses the

“O” key again, the fu nction code will change circularly between two code groups when operating the “▲” or “▼” key. e.g. when function code shows F111 and DGT indicator is on, p ress “▲”/ “▼” key, function code will keep increasing or decreasing by degrees within F100~F160; press “O” key again, DGT indicator will be off.

When pressing “▲”/ “▼” key, function codes will change circularly among the 10 code-groups, like F211,

F311…FA11, F111…, Refer to Fig 2-2 (The flashing “

50.00”

is indicated the corresponding target frequency values).

Enter correct user’s password (currently showing50.00)

M

Display

Display

DGT

Display

Display

DGT

Display

O

Fig 2-2

Switch over in a Code Group or between Different Code-Groups

Display

DGT Off

DGT On

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3.6 Panel Display

Table 2-4 Items and Remarks Displayed on the Panel

HF-0

Items Remarks

This Item will be displayed when you press “M” in stopping status, which indicates jogging operation is valid. But HF-0 will be displayed only after you change the value of F132.

It stands for resetting process and will display target frequency after reset.

-HF-

OC, OC1, OE, OL1,

OL2, OH, LU, PF0,

PF1, CE

Fault code, indicating “over-current OC”, “over-current OC1”, “over-voltage”,

“inverter over-load”, “motor over-load” “over-heat”, “under-voltage for input”,

“phase loss for output”, “phase loss for input” “Communication error” respectively.

AErr, Err5

Analog line disconnected, PID parameters are set wrong,

External emergency stop terminal is closed, ESP will be displayed.

ESP

F152

10.00

50.00

0.

A100、U100 b*.* o*.*

L***

H *

Function code (parameter code).

Indicating inverter’s current running frequency (or rotate speed) and parameter setting values, etc.

Flashing in stopping status to display target frequency.

Holding time when changing the running direction. When “Stop” or “Free Stop” command is executed, the holding time can be canceled

Output current (100A) and output voltage (100V). Keep one digit of decimal when current is below 100A.

PID feedback value is displayed.

PID given value is displayed.

Linear speed is displayed.

Heat Sink temperature is displayed.

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IV. Installation & Connection

4.1 Installation

Inverter should be installed vertically, as shown in Fig 3-1. Sufficient ventilation space should be ensured in its surrounding. Clearance dimensions (recommended) are available from Table 3-1 for installing the inverter.

Table 3-1 Clearance Dimensions

Model

Hanging

Clearance Dimensions

A≥150mm B≥50mm

Frame

3

4

1

2

5

Note 1: the unit is mm.

External Dimension

[A×B×H

(H1)]

note1

80×135×138 (153)

106×150×180 (195)

138×152 ×235 (250)

156×170×265 (280)

205×196 ×340 (355)

Mounting

Size

(W×L)

70×128

94×170

126×225

146×255

194×330

A

B B

A

Fig 3-1 Installation Sketch

Mounting

Bolt

M4

M4

M5

M5

M5

Note:

Plastic Profile

1. H is the size of inverter without grounding plate.

2. H1 is the size of inverter with grounding plate.

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4.2 Connection

Connect R/L1, S/L2 and T/L3 terminals (L1/R and L2/S terminals for single-phase) with power supply, to grounding, and U, V and W terminals to motor.

Motor shall have to be grounded. Otherwise electrified motor causes interference.

Model Sketch

1-phase 230V 0.2kW~0.75kW

L

1

L

2

P B U V W

1- phase input

220V~240V

Braking resistor

3- phase output

1-phase 230V 1.1kW~2.2kW

3-phase 230V 0.2kW~0.75kW

3-phase 230V 1.1kW~2.2kW

L

1

/R L

2

/S L

3

/T

P B U V W

1-phase input

220V~240V

Braking resistor

3-phase output

L

1

L

2

L

3

P B U V W

3-phase input

220V~240V

Braking resistor

3-phase output

Grounding

L

1

/RL

2

/S L

3

/T

P B U V W

3-phase input

220V~240V

Braking resistor

3-phase output

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3-phase 400V 0.2kW~0.55kW

3-phase 400V 0.75kW~11kW

3-phase 400V 15kW

L

1

L

2

L

3

P B U V W

3-phase input

380V~480V

Braking resistor

3-phase output

Grounding

L

1

/R L

2

/SL

3

/T

P B U V W

3-phase input

380V~480V

Braking resistor

L

1

/R L

2

/SL

3

/T

P

-

3-phase output

B U V W

3-phase input

380V~480V

Braking resistor

3-phase output

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Introduction of terminals of power loop

Terminals

Power Input

Terminal

Terminal

Marking

R/L1, S/L2,

T/L3

Terminal Function Description

Input terminals of three-phase 400V AC voltage (R/L1 and S/L2 terminals for single-phase)

Output Terminal U, V, W Inverter power output terminal, connected to motor.

Grounding

Terminal

Inverter grounding terminal.

Braking

Terminal

P, B

P, -

External braking resistor (Note: no Terminals P or B for inverter without built-in braking unit).

DC bus-line output

Externally connected to braking unit

P connected to input terminal “P” or “DC+”of braking unit,

- connected to input terminal of braking unit “N” or “DC-”.

Wiring for control loop as follows:

TA TB TC DO1 24V CM DI1 DI2 DI3 DI4 DI5 10V AI1 AI2 GND AO1 A+ B-

4.3 Measurement of main circuit voltages, currents and powers

Since the voltages and currents on the inverter power supply and output sides include harmonics, measurement data depends on the instruments used and circuits measured. When instruments for commercial frequency are used for measurement, measure the following circuits with the recommended instruments.

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Item

Power supply voltage V1

Power supply side current I1

Power supply side power P1

Measuring Point

Across R-S,S-T, T-R

R, S, and T line currents

At R, S and T, and across

R-S, S-T and T-R

Measuring

Instrument

Moving-iron type AC voltmeter

Moving-iron type AC voltmeter

Electrodynamic type single-phase wattmeter

Remarks (Reference

Measurement Value)

400V±15%,230V±15%

P1=W11+W12+W13

(3-wattmeter method)

Power supply side power factor Pf1

Output side voltage V2 current I2

Output side power

P2

Calculate after measuring power supply voltage, power supply side current and power supply side power.[Three phase power supply]

Pf

1

=

P

1

3

V

1

×

I

1

×

100 %

Across U-V, V-W and W-U

U, V, W and U-V, V-W,W-U

Rectifier type AC voltmeter (Moving-iron type cannot measure)

Moving-iron type AC

Ammeter

Electrodynamic type single-phase wattmeter

Difference between the phases is within ±1% of the maximum output voltage.

Current should be equal to or less than rated inverter current.

Difference between the phases is 10% or lower of the rated inverter current.

P2 = W21 + W22

2-wattmeter method

Output side power factor Pf2

Converter output

Power supply of control PCB

Analog output

AO1

Alarm signal

Calculate in similar manner to power supply side power factor:

Pf

2

=

P

2

3

V

2

×

I

2

×

100 %

Across P+(P)and -(N)

Across 10V-GND

Across 24V-CM

Across AO1-GND

Moving-coil type

(such as multi-meter)

Moving-coil type

(such as multi-meter)

Moving-coil type

(such as multi-meter)

Moving-coil type

(such as multi-meter)

DC voltage, the value is

×

1

DC10V±0.2V

DC24V±1.5V

Across TA/TC

Across TB/TC

Moving-coil type

(such as multi-meter)

Approx. DC10V at max frequency.

<Normal> <Abnormal>

Across

TA/TC: Discontinuity

Continuity

Across

TB/TC: Continuity

Discontinuity

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4.4 Functions of control terminals

To operate the inverter the user must operate the control terminals correctly and flexibly. The following is a description of the user terminals and any relevant paramaters.

Table 4-3 Functions of Control Terminals

Terminal

Type

DO1

TA

TB

TC

AO1

10V

AI1

AI2

GND

24V

Description Function

Output signal

Multifunctional output terminal 1

When the token function is valid, the value between this terminal and CM is 0V; when the inverter is stopped, the value is 24V.

The functions of output terminals shall be defined per manufacturer’s value.

TC is a common point, TB-TC are normally

Their initial state may be

Relay contact closed contacts, TA-TC are normally open contacts. The contact capacity is 10A/125VAC, changed through

5A/250VAC, 5A/30VDC. changing function codes.

Running frequency

It is connected with frequency meter, speedometer or ammeter externally, and its minus pole is connected with GND. See F423~F426 for details,.

Analog power

Self contained

power supply supply

Input

Signal

Internal 10V self-contained power supply of the inverter provides power to the inverter. When used externally, it can only be used as the power supply for voltage control signal, with current restricted below 20mA.

When analog speed control is adopted, the voltage or current signal is input through this terminal. The range of voltage input is 0~10V and the

Voltage / Current current input is 0~20mA, the input resistor is 500Ohm, and grounding:

GND. If the input is 4~20mA, it can be realised by setting F406 to 2. analog input

The voltage or current signal can be chosen by coding switch. See table

4-2 and 4-3 for details, the default setting of AI1 is 0~10V, and the default setting of AI2 is 0-20mA.

Self-contained

Power supply Ground

Power

Control power supply supply

Ground terminal of external control signal (voltage control signal or current source control signal) is also the ground of 10V power supply of this inverter.

Power: 24±1.5V, grounding is CM; current is restricted below 50mA for external use.

DI1

DI2

DI3

DI4

DI5

Digital input control terminal

Jogging terminal

External

Emergency Stop

When this terminal is valid, the inverter will have jogging running. The jogging function of this terminal is valid under both at stopped and running status.

When this terminal is valid, “ESP”

The functions of input terminals shall be defined malfunction signal will be displayed. per manufacturer’s value.

“FWD” Terminal

When this terminal is valid, inverter will run forward.

Other functions can also be defined by changing function codes.

“REV” Terminal

When this terminal is valid, inverter will run reverse.

Reset terminal

Make this terminal valid under fault status to reset the inverter.

CM

A+

B-

Common control power port supply

The grounding of 24V power supply and other control signals.

Positive polarity

RS485 of differential Standard: TIA/EIA-485(RS-485) communi cation signal

Communication protocol: Modbus terminals

Negative polarity of

Communication rate: 1200/2400/4800/9600/19200/38400/57600bps

Differential signal

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.

Wiring for digital input terminals:

Generally, shield cable is adopted and wiring distance should be as short as possible. When active signal is adopted, it is necessary to take filter measures to prevent power supply interference. Mode of contact control is recommended.

Digital input terminals are only connected by source electrode (NPN mode) or by drain electrode (PNP mode). If NPN mode is adopted, please turn the toggle switch to the end of “NPN”.

Wiring for control terminals as follows:

1. Wiring for positive source electrode (NPN mode).

2. Wiring for active source electrode

If digital input control terminals are connected by drain electrode, please turn the toggle switch to the end of “PNP”. Wiring for control terminals as follows:

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3. Wiring for positive drain electrode (PNP mode)

4. Wiring for active drain electrode (PNP mode)

Wiring by source electrode is a mode most in use at present. Wiring for control terminal is connected by source electrode, user should choose wiring mode according to requirement.

Instructions of choosing NPN mode or PNP mode:

1. There is a toggle switch J7 near to control terminals. Please refer to

Fig 3-2.

2. When turning J7 to “NPN”, DI terminal is connected to CM.

When turning J7 to “PNP”, DI terminal is connected to 24V. a) J7 is on the back of control board for single-phase inverter 0.2-0.75KW.

NPN

Fig 3-2 Toggle

PNP

Switch J7

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4.5 Connection Overview

Refer to next figure for overall connection sketch for AC10 series inverters. Wiring mode is available for various terminals whereas not every terminal needs connection when applied.

Note:

1. Please only connect power terminals L1/R and L2/S with power grid for single-phase inverters.

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4.6 Basic methods of suppressing the noise

The noise generated by the drive may disturb the equipment nearby. The degree of disturbance is dependent on the drive system, immunity of the equipment, wiring, installation clearance and earthing methods.

4.6.1 Noise propagation paths and suppressing methods

1Noise categories

3 Noise propagation paths

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3Basic methods of suppressing the noise

Noise emission

Actions to reduce the noise paths

2

3

4,5,6

1,7,8

When the external equipment forms a loop with the drive, the equipment may suffer nuisance tripping due to the drive’s earth leakage current. The problem can be solved if the equipment is not grounded.

If the external equipment shares the same AC supply with the drive, the drive’s noise may be transmitted along its input power supply cables, which may cause nuisance tripping to other external equipment. Take the following actions to solve this problem: Install noise filter at the input side of the drive, and use an isolation transformer or line filter to prevent the noise from disturbing the external equipment.

If the signal cables of measuring meters, radio equipment and sensors are installed in a cabinet together with the drive, these equipment cables will be easily disturbed. Take the actions below to solve the problem:

(1) The equipment and the signal cables should be as far away as possible from the drive. The signal cables should be shielded and the shielding layer should be grounded. The signal cables should be placed inside a metal tube and should be located as far away as possible from the input/output cables of the drive. If the signal cables must cross over the power cables, they should be placed at right angle to one another.

(2) Install radio noise filter and linear noise filter (ferrite common-mode choke) at the input and output of the drive to suppress the emission noise of power lines.

(3) Motor cables should be placed in a tube thicker than 2mm or buried in a cement conduit. Power cables should be placed inside a metal tube and be grounded by shielding layer

Don’t route the signal cables in parallel with the power cables or bundle these cables together because the induced electro-magnetic noise and induced ESD noise may disturb the signal cables.

Other equipment should also be located as far away as possible from the drive. The signal cables should be placed inside a metal tube and should be placed as far away as possible from the input/output cables of the drive. The signal cables and power cables should be shielded cables.

EMC interference will be further reduced if they could be placed inside metal tubes. The clearance between the metal tubes should be at least 20cm.

4.6.2 Field Wire Connections

Control cables, input power cables and motor cables should be installed separately and enough clearance should be left among the cables, especially when the cables are laid in parallel and the cable length is great. If the signal cables must be laid with the power cables, they should be installed parallel to each other.

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Generally, the control cables should be shielded cables and the shielding metal net must be connected to the metal enclosure of the drive by cable clamps.

4.6.3 Earthing

Independent earthing poles (best) Shared earthing pole (good)

Drive

Other equipment

Drive

Other equipment

Shared earthing cable (not good)

Drive

Other equipment

Drive

Other equipment

Note:

1. In order to reduce the earthing resistance, flat cable should be used because the high frequency impedance of flat cable is smaller than that of round cable with the same CSA.

2. If the earthing poles of different equipment in one system are connected together, then the leakage current will be a noise source that may disturb the whole system. Therefore, the drive’s earthing pole should be separated with the earthing pole of other equipment such as audio equipment, sensors and PC, etc.

3. Earthing cables should be as far away from the I/O cables of the equipment that is sensitive to noise, and also should be as short as possible.

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4.6.4 Leakage current

Leakage current may flow through the drive’s input and output capacitors and the motor. The leakage current value is dependent on the distributed capacitance and carrier wave frequency. The leakage current includes ground leakage current and the leakage current between lines.

Ground leakage current

The ground leakage current can not only flow into the drive system, but also other equipment via earthing cables. It may cause the leakage current circuit breaker and relays falsely activated. The higher the drive’s carrier wave frequency, the bigger the leakage current, also, the longer the motor cable, the greater the leakage current,

Suppressing methods:

Reduce the carrier wave frequency, but the motor noise may be louder;

Motor cables should be as short as possible;

The drive and other equipment should use leakage current circuit breaker designed for protecting the product against high-order harmonics/surge leakage current;

Leakage current between lines

The line leakage current flowing through the distribution capacitors of the drive out side may cause the thermal relay to be falsely activated, especially for the drive whose power is lower than 7.5kW. When the cable is longer than 50m, the ratio of leakage current to motor rated current may be increased and can cause the wrong action of external thermal relay very easily.

Suppressing methods:

Reduce the carrier wave frequency, but the motor noise may become louder;

Install reactor at the output side of the drive.

In order to protect the motor reliably, it is recommended to use a temperature sensor to detect the motor’s temperature, and use the drive’s over-load protection device (electronic thermal relay) instead of an external thermal relay.

4.6.5 Electrical installation of the drive

Isolation transformer

Power source cable of meters

Metal cabinet

PLC or moters

Control cable

Power source cable of drive

>20cm

EMI filter

Circuit breaker

AC input reactor

Drive

>50cm

>30cm

Motor cable

AC output reactor

Metal cabinet

Motor

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Note:

·Motor cable should be earthed at the drive side, if possible, the motor and drive should be earthed separately;

·Motor cable and control cable should be shielded . The shield must be earthed and avoid entangling at cable end to improve high frequency noise immunity.

·Assure good conductivity among plates, screw and metal case of the drive; use tooth-shape washer and conductive installation plate;

4.6.6 Application of Power Line Filter

Power source filter should be used in the equipment that may generate strong EMI or the equipment that is sensitive to the external EMI. The power source filter should be a two-way low pass filter through which only 50Hz current can flow and high frequency current should be rejected.

Function of power line filter

The power line filter ensures the equipment can satisfy the conducting emission and conducting sensitivity in EMC standard. It can also suppress the radiation of the equipment.

Common mistakes in using power cable filter

1. Too long power cable

The filter inside the cabinet should be located near to the input power source. The length of the power cables should be as short as possible.

2. The input and output cables of the AC supply filter are too close

The distance between input and output cables of the filter should be as far apart as possible, otherwise the high frequency noise may be coupled between the cables and bypass the filter. This will make the filter ineffective.

3. Bad earthing of filter

The filter’s enclosure must be earthed properly to the metal case of the drive. In order to be earthed well, make use of a special earthing terminal on the filter’s enclosure. If you use one cable to connect the filter to the case, the earthing is useless for high frequency interference. When the frequency is high, so is the impedance of cable, hence there is little bypass effect. The filter should be mounted on the enclosure of equipment. Ensure to clear away the insulation paint between the filter case and the enclosure for good earthing contact.

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V Operation and Simple Running

This chapter defines and interprets the terms and names describing the control, running and status of the inverter. Please read it carefully. It will ensure correct operation.

5.1 Basic conception

5.1.1 Control mode

AC10 inverter has three control modes: sensorless vector control (F106=0), VVVF control (F106=2) and vector control 1 (F106=3).

5.1.2 Mode of torque compensation

Under VVVF control mode, AC10 inverter has four kinds of torque compensation modes: Linear compensation (F137=0); Square compensation (F137=1); User-defined multipoint compensation (F137=2);

Auto torque compensation (F137=3)

5.1.3 Mode of frequency setting

Please refer to F203~F207 for the method for setting the running frequency of the AC10 inverter.

5.1.4 Mode of controlling for running command

The channel for inverter to receive control commands (including start, stop and jogging, etc) contains 5 modes: 0. Keypad control; 1. Terminal control; 2. Keypad + terminal control 3. Modbus control; 4. Keypad + terminal +Modbus

The modes of control command can be selected through the function codes F200 and F201.

5.1.5 Operating status of inverter

When the inverter is powered on, it may have four kinds of operating status: stopped status, programming status, running status, and fault alarm status. They are described in the following:

Stopped status

If re-energize the inverter (if “auto-startup after being powered on” is not set) or decelerate the inverter to stop, the inverter is at the stopping status until receiving control command. At this point, the running status indicator on the keypad goes off and the display shows the display status before power down.

Programming status

Through keypad panel, the inverter can be switched to the status that can read or change the function code parameters. Such a status is the programming status.

There are numbers of function parameters in the inverter. By changing these parameters, the user can realize different control modes.

Running status

The inverter at the stopped status or fault-free status will enter running status after having received operation command.

The running indicator on keypad panel lights up under normal running status.

Fault alarm status

The status under which the inverter has a fault and the fault code is displayed.

Fault codes mainly include: OC, OE, OL1, OL2, OH, LU, PF1 and PF0 representing “over current”,

“over voltage”, “inverter overload”, “motor overload”, “overheat”, “input under-voltage”, “input phase loss”, and “output phase loss” respectively.

For trouble shooting, please refer to Appendix I to this manual, “Trouble Shooting”.

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5.2 Keypad panel and operation method

Keypad panel (keypad) is a standard part for configuration of AC10 inverter. Through keypad panel, the user may carry out parameter setting, status monitoring and operation control over the inverter. Both keypad panel and display screen are arranged on the keypad controller, which mainly consists of three sections: data display section, status indicating section, and keypad operating section. It is necessary to know the functions and how to use the keypad panel. Please read this manual carefully before operation.

5.2.1 Method of operating the keypad panel

(1) Operation process of setting the parameters through keypad panel

A three-level menu structure is adopted for setting the parameters through keypad panel of inverter, which enables convenient and quick searching and changing of function code parameters.

Three-level menu: Function code group (firstlevel menu) → Function code (second-level menu) → Set value of each function code (third-level menu).

(2) Setting the parameters

Setting the parameters correctly is a precondition to give full inverter performance. The following is the introduction on how to set the parameters through keypad panel.

Operating procedures:

1 Press the “M” key, to enter programming menu.

2 Press the key “O

”, the DGT lamp goes out. Press ▲ and ▼, the function code will change within the function code group. The first number behind F displayed on the panel is 1, in other words, it displays F1××at this moment.

3 Press the key “O” again, the DGT lamp lights up, and the function code will change within the code group. Press ▲ and ▼ to change the function code to F113; press the “E” key to display 50.00; while press ▲ and ▼ to change to the need frequency.

4 Press the “E” key to complete the change.

5.2.2 Switching and displaying of status parameters

Under stopped status or running status, the LED indicators of inverter can display status parameters of the inverter. Actual parameters displayed can be selected and set through function codes F131 and F132.

Through the “M” key, it can switch over repeatedly and display the parameters of stopped status or running status. The followings are the description of operation method of displaying the parameters under stopped status and running status.

(1) Switching of the parameters displayed under stopped status

Under stopped status, inverter has five parameters of stopped status, which can be switched over repeatedly and displayed with the keys “M” and “O”. These parameters are displaying: keypad jogging, target rotary speed, PN voltage, PID feedback value, and temperature. Please refer to the description of function code F132.

(2) Switching of the parameters displayed under running status

Under running status, eight parameters of running status can be switched over repeatedly and displayed with the keys “M”. These parameters are displayed: output rotary speed, output current, output voltage,

PN voltage, PID feedback value, temperature, count value and linear speed. Please refer to the description of function code F131.

5.2.3 Operation process of measuring motor parameters

The user shall input the parameters accurately as indicated on the nameplate of the motor prior to selecting operation mode of vector control and auto torque compensation (F137=3) of VVVF control mode. Inverter will match standard motor stator resistance parameters according to the parameters indicated on the nameplate. To achieve better control performance, the user may start the inverter to measure the motor stator resistance parameters, so as to obtain accurate parameters of the motor controlled.

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The motor parameters can be tuned through function code F800.

For example: If the parameters indicated on the nameplate of the motor controlled are as follows: numbers of motor poles are 4; rated power is 7.5kW; rated voltage is 400V; rated current is 15.4A; rated frequency is

50.00HZ; and rated rotary speed is 1440rpm, operation process of measuring the parameters shall be done as described in the following:

In accordance with the above motor parameters, set the values of F801 to F805 correctly: set the value of

F801 = 7.5, F802 = 400, F803 = 15.4, F804 = 4 and F805 = 1440 respectively.

2. In order to ensure dynamic control performance of the inverter, set F800=1, i.e. select rotating tuning.

Make sure that the motor is disconnected from the load. Press the “I” key on the keypad, and the inverter will display “TEST”, and it will tune the motor’s parameters of two stages. After that, the motor will accelerate according to the acceleration time set at F114 and maintain for a certain period. The speed of motor will then decelerate to 0 according to the time set at F115. After auto-checking is completed, relevant parameters of the motor will be stored in function codes F806~F809, and F800 will turn to 0 automatically.

3. If it is impossible to disconnect the motor from the load, select F800=2, i.e. stationary tuning. Press the

“I” key, the inverter will display “TEST”, and it will tune the motor’s parameters of two stages. The motor’s stator resistance, rotor resistance and leakage inductance will be stored in F806-F808 automatically, and F800 will turn to 0 automatically. The user may also calculate and input the motor’s mutual inductance value manually according to actual conditions of the motor.

5.2.4 Operation process of simple running

Table 4-1 Brief Introduction to Inverter Operation Process

Process

Installation and operation environment

Wiring of the inverter

Checking before

getting energised

Checking immediately after energised

Operation Reference

Install the inverter at a location meeting the technical specifications and requirements of the product. Mainly take into consideration the environment conditions (temperature, humidity, etc) and heat radiation of the inverter, to check whether they can satisfy the requirements.

See Chapters I, II,

III.

Wiring of input and output terminals of the main circuit; wiring of grounding; wiring of switching value control terminal, analog terminal and communication interface, etc.

See Chapter III.

Make sure that the voltage of input power supply is correct; the input power supply loop is connected with a breaker; the inverter has been grounded correctly and reliably; the power cable is connected to the power supply input terminals of inverter correctly (R/L1, S/L2 terminals for single-phase power grid, and R/L1, S/L2, and T/L3 for three-phase power grid); the output terminals U, V, and W of the inverter are connected to the motor correctly; the wiring of control terminals is correct; all the external switches are preset correctly; and the motor is under no load (the mechanical load is disconnected from the motor).

Check if there is any abnormal sound, smell with the inverter.

Make sure that the display of keypad panel is normal, without any fault alarm message. In case of any abnormality, switch off the power supply immediately.

See Chapters I~

III

See Appendix 1 and Appendix 2.

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Make sure to input the parameters indicated on the motor

Inputting the parameters nameplate correctly, and study the parameters of the motor. The users shall check carefully, otherwise, serious problems may arise during running. Before initial running with vector control indicated on the motor’s mode, carry out tuning of motor parameters, to obtain accurate nameplate correctly, and electric parameters of the motor controlled. Before carrying out measuring the motor’s tuning of the parameters, make sure to disconnect the motor parameters. from mechanical load, to make the motor under entirely no load

See description of parameter group

F800~F830 status. It is prohibited to measure the parameters when the motor is at a running status.

Set the parameters of the inverter and the motor correctly, which

See description of

Setting running control parameters mainly include target frequency, upper and lower frequency limits, acceleration/deceleration time, and direction control command, etc.

The user can select corresponding running control mode according to actual applications. parameter group.

With the motor under no load, start the inverter with the keypad or control terminal. Check and confirm running status of the drive system.

See Chapter Ⅳ.

Checking under no load

Checking under with

Load

Checking during running

Motor’s status: stable running, normal running, correct rotary direction, normal acceleration/deceleration process, free from abnormal vibration, abnormal noise and foreign flavor.

Inverter’ status: normal display of the data on keypad panel, normal running of the fan, normal acting sequence of the relay, free from the abnormalities like vibration or noise.

In case of any abnormality, stop and check the inverter immediately.

After successful test run under no load, connect the load of drive system properly. Start the inverter with the keypad or control terminal, and increase the load gradually. When the load is increased to 50% and 100%, keep the inverter run for a period respectively, to check if the system is running normally.

Carry out overall inspection over the inverter during running, to check if there is any abnormality. In case of any abnormality, stop and check the inverter immediately.

Check if the motor is running stable, if the rotary direction of the motor is correct, if there is any abnormal vibration or noise when the motor is running, if the acceleration/deceleration process of the motor is stable, if the output status of the inverter and the display of keypad panel is correct, if the blower fan is run normally, and if there is any abnormal vibration or noise. In case of any abnormality, stop the inverter immediately, and check it after switching off the power supply.

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5.3 Illustration of basic operation

Illustration of inverter basic operation: we hereafter show various basic control operation processes by taking a 7.5kW inverter that drives a 7.5kW three-phase asynchronous AC motor as an example.

Figure 4-1 Wiring Diagram 1

The parameters indicated on the nameplate of the motor are as follows: 4 poles; rated power, 7.5kW; rated voltage, 400V; rated current, 15.4A; rated frequency 50.00HZ; and rated rotary speed, 1440rpm.

5.3.1 Operation process of frequency setting, start, forward running and stop with keypad panel

(1) Connect the wires in accordance with Figure 4-1. After having checked the wiring successfully, switch on the air switch, and power on the inverter.

(2) Press the “M” key, to enter the programming menu.

(3) Measure the parameters of the motor

Function

F800

Values

1(2)

F801

F802

F803

F805

7.5

400

15.4

1440

Press the “I” key, to measure the parameters of the motor. After completion of the tuning, the motor will stop running, and relevant parameters will be stored in F806~F809. For the details of tuning of motor parameters, please refer to “Operation process of measuring the motor parameters” in this manual and Chapter XII of this manual. (Note: F800=1 is rotating tuning, F800=2 is stationary tuning.

In the mode of rotating tuning, make sure to disconnect the motor from the load).

(4) Set functional parameters of the inverter:

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Function code

F111

F200

F201

F202

F203

Values

50.00

0

0

0

0

(5) Press the “I” key, to start the inverter;

(6) Dur ing running, current frequency of the inverter can be changed by pressing ▲ or ▼;

(7) Press the “O” key once, the motor will decelerate until it stops running;

(8) Switch off the air switch, and power off the inverter.

5.3.2 Operation process of setting the frequency with keypad panel, and starting, forward and reverse running, and stopping inverter through control terminals

(1) Connect the wires in accordance with Figure 4-2. After having checked the wiring successfully, switch on the air switch, and power on the inverter;

Figure 4-2 Wiring Diagram 2

(2) Press the “M” key, to enter the programming menu.

(3) Study the parameters of the motor: the operation process is the same as that of example 1.

(4) Set functional parameters of the inverter:

Function code

F111

F203

Values

50.00

0

F208 1

(5) Close the switch DI3, the inverter starts forward running;

(6

) During running, current frequency of the inverter can be changed by pressing ▲ or ▼;

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(7) During running, switch off the switch DI3, then close the switch DI4, the running direction of the motor will be changed (Note: The user should set the dead time of forward and reverse running F120 on the basis of the load. If it was too short, OC protection of the inverter may occur.)

(8) Switch off the switches DI3 and DI4, the motor will decelerate until it stops running;

(9) Switch off the air switch, and power off the inverter.

5.3.3 Operation process of jogging operation with keypad panel

(1) Connect the wires in accordance with Figure 4-1. After having checked the wiring successfully, switch on the air switch, and power on the inverter;

(2) Press the “M” key, to enter the programming menu.

(3) Study the parameters of the motor: the operation process is the same as that of example 1.

(4) Set functional parameters of the inverter:

Function code

F124

F125

F126

Values

5.00

30

30

F132

F202

1

0

(5) Press and hold the “I” key until the motor is accelerated to the jogging frequency, and maintain the status of jogging operation.

(6) Release the “I” key. The motor will decelerate until jogging operation is stopped;

(7) Switch off the air switch, and power off the inverter.

5.3.4 Operation process of setting the frequency with analog terminal and controlling the operation with control terminals

(1) Connect the wires in accordance with Figure 4-3. After having checked the wiring successfully, switch on the air switch, and power on the inverter. Note: 2K~5K potentiometer may be adopted for setting external analog signals. For the cases with higher requirements for precision, please adopt precise multiturn potentiometer, and adopt shielded wire for the wire connection, with near end of the shielding layer grounded reliably.

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Figure 4-3 Wiring Diagram 3

(2) Press the “M” key, to enter the programming menu.

(3) Study the parameters of the motor: the operation process is the same as that of example 1.

(4) Set functional parameters of the inverter:

Function code

F203

F208

Values

1

1

(5) There is a red two-digit coding switch SW1 near the control terminal block, as shown in Figure 4-4. The function of coding switch is to select the voltage signal (0~5V/0~10V) or current signal of analog input terminal AI2, current channel is default. In actual application, select the analog input channel through F203.

Turn switches 1 to ON and 2 to ON as illustrated in the figure, and select 0~20mA current speed control.

Another switches states and mode of control speed are as table 4-2.

(6) Close the switch DI3, the motor starts forward running;

(7) The potentiometer can be adjusted and set during running, and the current setting frequency of the inverter can be changed;

(8) During running process, switch off the switch DI3, then, close DI4, the running direction of the motor will be changed;

(9) Switch off the switches DI3 and DI4, the motor will decelerate until it stops running;

(10) Switch off the air switch, and power off the inverter.

(11) Analog output terminal AO1 can output voltage and current signal, the selecting switch is J5, please refer to Fig 4-5, the output relation is shown in table 4-3.

1

ON

2

V J

J5

Fig 4-5

SW1

Fig 4-4

Table 4-2

The Setting of Coding Switch and Parameters in the Mode of Analog Speed Control

Coding Switch 1

OFF

OFF

ON

F203=2, channel AI2 is selected

SW1 coding switch

Coding Switch 2

OFF

ON

ON

Mode of Speed Control

0~5V voltage

0~10V voltage

0~20mA current

Table 4-3 The relationship between AO1 and J5 and F423

F203=1, channel AI1 is selected

0~10V voltage

Setting of F423

AO1 output

0 1 2

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V 0~5V 0~10V

J5

I Reserved 0~20mA

VI. Function Parameters

6.1 Basic parameters

F100 User’s Password Setting range: 0~9999

Reserved

4~20mA

Mfr’s value: 0

·When F107=1 with valid password, the user must enter correct user’s password after power on or fault reset if you intend to change parameters. Otherwise, parameter setting will not be possible, and a prompt “Err1” will be displayed.

Relating function code: F107 Password valid or not F108 Setting user’s password

F102 Inverter’s Rated Current (A)

F103 Inverter Power (kW)

Mfr’s value: Subject to inverter model

Mfr’s value: Subject to inverter model

· Rated current and rated power can only be checked but cannot be modified.

F105 Software Edition No. Mfr’s value: Subject to inverter model

Software Edition No. can only be checked but cannot be modified.

F106 Control mode

Setting range:

0:Sensorless vector control (SVC);

1: Reserved; 2: VVVF; 3: Vector control 1

Mfr’s value: 2

·0: Sensorless vector control is suitable for the application of high-performance requirement. One inverter can only drive one motor.

·2: VVVF control is suitable for common requirement of control precision or one inverter drives several motors.

·3: Vector control 1 is auto torque promotion, which has the same function of F137=3. While studying motor parameters, motor does not need to be disconnected with load. One inverter can only drive one motor.

Note:

1. It is necessary to study the parameters of motor before inverter runs in the sensorless vector control.

2. Under sensorless vector control, one inverter can only drive one motor and the power of motor should be similar to the power of inverter. Otherwise, control performance will be decreased or the system cannot work properly.

3. The operator may input motor parameters manually according to the motor parameters given by motor manufactures.

4. Usually, the motor will work normally by inverter’s default parameters, but the inverter’s best control performance will not be acquired. Therefore, in order to get the best control performance, please study the parameters of motor before inverter runs in the sensorless vector control.

F107 Password Valid or Not Setting range: 0: invalid; 1: valid Mfr’s value: 0

F108 Setting User’s Password Setting range: 0~9999 Mfr’s value: 8

·When F107 is set to 0, the function codes can be changed without inputting the password. When F107 is set to 1, the function codes can be changed only after inputting the user’s password by F100.

·The user can change “User’s Password”. The operation process is the same as those of changing other parameters.

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· Input the value of F108 into F100, and the user’s password can be unlocked.

Note: When password protection is valid, and if the user’s password is not entered, F108 will display 0.

F109 Starting Frequency (Hz) Setting range: 0.00~10.00 Mfr’s value: 0.00

F110 Holding Time of Starting Frequency (S) Setting range: 0.0~999.9 Mfr’s value: 0.0

·The inverter begins to run from the starting frequency. If the target frequency is lower than starting frequency, F109 is invalid.

·The inverter begins to run from the starting frequency. After it keeps running at the starting frequency for the time as set in F110, it will accelerate to target frequency. The holding time is not included in acceleration/deceleration time.

·Starting frequency is not limited by the Min frequency set by F112. If the starting frequency set by F109 is lower than Min frequency set by F112, inverter will start according to the setting parameters set by F109 and

F110. After inverter starts and runs normally, the frequency will be limited by frequency set by F111 and F112.

·Starting frequency should be lower than Max frequency set by F111.

F111 Max Frequency (Hz) Setting range: F113~650.0 Mfr’s value: 50.00

F112 Min Frequency (Hz) Setting range: 0.00~F113 Mfr’s value: 0.50

· Max frequency is set by F111.

· Min frequency is set by F112.

· The setting value of min frequency should be lower than target frequency set by F113.

· The inverter begins to run from the starting frequency. During inverter running, if the given frequency is lower than min frequency, then inverter will run at min frequency until inverter stops or given frequency is higher than min frequency.

Max/Min frequency should be set according to the nameplate parameters and running situations of motor. The motor should not run at low frequency for a long time, or else motor will be damaged because of overheating.

F113 Target Frequency (Hz) Setting range: F112~F111 Mfr’s value: 50.00

·It shows the preset frequency. Under keypad speed control or terminal speed control mode, the inverter will run to this frequency automatically after startup.

F114 First Acceleration Time (S)

F115 First Deceleration Time (S)

F116 Second Acceleration Time (S)

Setting range:

0.1~3000

Mfr’s value: subject to inverter model

F117 Second Deceleration Time (S)

F119 is used to set the reference of setting accel/decel time.

· The Acceleration/Deceleration time can be chosen by multifunction digital input terminals F316~F323 and connecting DI terminal with CM terminal. Please refer to the instructions of multi-functional input terminals.

F118 Base Frequency (Hz) Setting range: 15.00~650.0 Mfr’s value: 50.00Hz

· Turnover frequency is the final frequency of VVVF curve, and also is the least frequency according to the highest output voltage.

·When running frequency is lower than this value, inverter has constant-torque output. When running frequency exceeds this value, inverter has constant-power output.

Setting range: 0: 0~50.00Hz

F119 The reference of setting accel/decel time Mfr’s value: 0

1: 0~F111

When F119=0, acceleration/ deceleration time means the time for inverter to accelerate/ decelerate from 0Hz

(50Hz) to 50Hz (0Hz).

When F119=1, acceleration/ deceleration time means the time for inverter to accelerate/ decelerate from 0Hz

(max frequency) to max frequency (0Hz).

F120 Forward / Reverse Switchover dead-Time (S) Setting range: 0.0~3000 Mfr’s value: 0.0

· Within “forward/ reverse switchover dead-time”, this latency time will be cancelled and the inverter will

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· This function can ease the current impact in the process of direction switchover.

F122 Reverse Running Forbidden Setting range: 0: invalid; 1: valid Mfr’s value: 0

When F122=1, inverter will only run forward no matter the state of terminals and the parameters set by F202.

Inverter will not run reverse and forward / reverse switchover is forbidden. If reverse signal is given, inverter will stop.

If reverse running locking is valid (F202=1), inverter has no output.

When F122=1,F613=1,

F614≥2 and inverter gets forward running command and motor is rotating in reverse, the inverter will run to 0.0Hz reverse, then run forward according to the setting value of parameters.

F123 Minus frequency is valid in the mode of combined speed control. 0:Invalid;1:valid 0

·In the mode of combined speed control, if running frequency is minus and F123=0, inverter will run at 0Hz; if F123=1, inverter will run reverse at this frequency. (This function is controlled by F122.)

F124 Jogging Frequency (Hz) Setting range: F112~F111

F125 Jogging Acceleration Time (S)

Setting range:

F126 Jogging Deceleration Time (S)

0.1~3000

·There are two types of jogging: keypad jogging and terminal jogging. Keypad jogging is valid only under stopped status

f

(F132 including of displaying items of keypad jogging should be set). Terminal jogging is valid under both running status and stopped status.

F124

Mfr’s value: subject to inverter model

Receiving jogging operation instruction

Mfr’s value: 5.00Hz

Jogging Operation

·Carry out jogging operation through the keypad (under stopped status): a. Press the “M” key, it will display

“HF-0”; b. Press the “I” key, the inverter will run to

“jogging frequency” (if pressing “M” key again, “keypad jogging” will be cancelled).

·Jogging Acceleration Time: the time for inverter to accelerate from 0Hz to 50Hz.

·Jogging Deceleration Time: the time for inverter to decelerate from 50Hz to 0Hz.

· In case of terminal jogging, make

“jogging” terminal (such as DI1) connected to CM, and inverter will run to jogging frequency. The rated function codes are from F316 to F323.

Output

Frequency

(Hz)

F129

F127

Figure 5-1 Jogging Operation

F128

F130

t

Time (t)

Figure 5-2 Skip Frequency

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F127/F129 Skip Frequency A,B (Hz) Setting range: 0.00~650.0 Mfr’s value:0.00Hz

F128/F130 Skip Width A,B (Hz) Setting range: ±2.5 Mfr’s value: 0.0

· Systematic vibration may occur when the motor is running at a certain frequency. This parameter is set to skip this frequency.

·The inverter will skip the point automatically when output frequency is equal to the set value of this parameter.

·“Skip Width” is the span from the upper to the lower limits around Skip Frequency. For example, Skip

Frequency=20Hz, Skip Width=±0.5Hz, inverter will skip automatically when output is between 19.5~

20.5Hz.

·Inverter will not skip this frequency span during acceleration/deceleration.

F131 Running Display Items

0-Current output frequency/function-code

1-Output rotary speed

2-Output current

4-Output voltage

8-PN voltage

16-PID feedback value

32-Temperature

64-Reserved

128-Linear speed

256-PID given value

512-Reserved

1024-Reserved

2048-Output power

4096- Output torque

Mfr’s value:

0+1+2+4+8=15

· Single-phase 0.2~0.75kW inverters, 3-phase 230V 0.2~0.75kw and 3-phase 400V 0.2-0.55KW have no function of temperature display.

·Selection of one value from 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64 and 128 shows that only one specific display item is selected. Should multiple display items be intended, add the values of the corresponding display items and take the total values as the set value of F131, e.g., just set F131 to be 19 (1+2+16) if you want to call “current output rotary speed”, “output current” and “PID feedback value”. The other display items will be covered.

·As F131=8191, all display items are visible, of which, “frequency/function-code” will be visible whether or not it is selected.

·Should you intend to check any display item, press the “M” key for switchover.

·Refer to the following table for each specific value unit and its indication:

·Whatever the value of F131 is set to, corresponding target frequency will flash under stopped status.

Target rotary speed is an integral number. If it exceeds 9999, add a decimal point to it.

Current display A *.* Bus voltage display U*** Output voltage display u*** Temperature

H***Linear speed L***. If it exceeds 999, add a decimal point to it. If it exceeds 9999, add two decimal points to it, and the like.

PID given value o*.* PID feedback value b*.* output power *.* output torque *.*

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F132 Display items of stop

Setting range: 0: Frequency/function-code

1: Keypad jogging

2: Target rotary speed

4: PN voltage

8: PID feedback value

16: Temperature 32: Reserved

64: PID given value 128: Reserved

256: Reserved 512: Setting torque

F133 Drive ratio of driven system

Setting range: 0.10~200.0

Mfr’s value:

0+2+4=6

Mfr’s value: 1.00

F134 Transmission-wheel radius 0.001~1.000 (m) Mfr’s value: 0.001

·Calculation of rotary speed and linear speed:

For example, If inverter’s max frequency F111=50.00Hz, numbers of motor poles F804=4, drive ratio

F133=1.00, transmission-shaft radius R=0.05m, then

Transmission shaft perimeter: 2πR =2×3.14×0.05=0.314 (meter)

Transmission shaft rotary speed: 60× operation frequency/ (numbers of poles pairs × drive ratio)

=60×50/ (2×1.00) =1500rpm

Endmost linear speed: rotary speed × perimeter=1500×0.314=471(meters/second)

F136 Slip compensation

· F137 Modes of torque compensation

Setting range: 0~10

Setting range:

0: Linear compensation;

1: Square compensation;

2: User-defined multipoint compensation

3: Auto torque compensation

Mfr’s value: 0

Mfr’s value: 3

F138 Linear compensation Setting range: 1~20

Mfr’s value: subject to inverter model

F139 Square compensation

Setting range: 1: 1.5 2: 1.8

3: 1.9 4: 2.0

When F106=2, the function of F137 is valid.

To compensate low-frequency torque controlled by

VVVF, output voltage of inverter while low-frequency should be compensated.

When F137=0, linear compensation is chosen and it is applied on universal constant-torque load;

When F137=1, square compensation is chose and it is applied on the loads of fan or water pump;

When F137=2, user-defined multipoint compensation is chosen and it is applied on the special loads of spin-drier or centrifuge;

This parameter should be increased when the load is heavier, and this parameter should be decreased

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20

1

Turnover frequency

Mfr’s value: 1

Fig 5-3 Torque Promotion f

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If the torque is elevated too much, the motor is easy to overheat, and the current of inverter will be too high.

Please check the motor while elevating the torque.

When F137=3, auto torque compensation is chose and it can compensate low-frequency torque automatically, to diminish motor slip, to make rotor rotary speed close to synchro rotary speed and to restrain motor vibration. Customers should set correctly motor power, rotary speed, numbers of motor poles, motor rated current and stator resistance. Please refer to the chapter “Operation process of measuring motor parameters”.

F140 User-defined frequency point F1 Setting range: 0~F142 Mfr’s value: 1.00

F141 User-defined voltage point V1

F142 User-defined frequency point F2

F143 User-defined voltage point V2

Setting range: 0~100%

Setting range: F140~F144

Setting range: 0~100%

Mfr’s value: 4

Mfr’s value: 5.00

Mfr’s value: 13

F144 User-defined frequency point F3

F145 User-defined voltage point V3

F146 User-defined frequency point F4

F147 User-defined voltage point V4

F148 User-defined frequency point F5

F149 User-defined voltage point V5

F150 User-defined frequency point F6

F151 User-defined voltage point V6

Setting range: F142~F146

Setting range: 0~100%

Setting range: F144~F148

Setting range: 0~100%

Setting range: F146~F150

Setting range: 0~100%

Setting range: F148~F118

Setting range: 0~100%

Mfr’s value: 10.00

Mfr’s value: 24

Mfr’s value: 20.00

Mfr’s value: 45

Mfr’s value: 30.00

Mfr’s value: 63

Mfr’s value: 40.00

Mfr’s value: 81

Multi-stage VVVF curves are defined by 12 parameters from F140 to F151.

The setting value of VVVF curve is set by motor load characteristic.

Note: V1<V2<V3<V4<V5<V6,F1<F2<F3<F4<F5<F6.As low-frequency, if the setting voltage is too high, motor will overheat or be damaged. Inverter will be stalling or occur over-current protection.

Voltage

(%)

V6

V5

V4

V3

V2

V1

F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6

Fig 5-4 Polygonal-Line Type VVVF

Fre (Hz)

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F152 Output voltage corresponding to turnover frequency Setting range: 0~100 Mfr’s value: 100

This function can meet the needs of some special loads, for example, when the frequency outputs 300Hz and corresponding voltage outputs 200V (supposed voltage of inverter power supply is 400V), turnover frequency F118 should be set to 300Hz and F152 is set to(200÷400)×100=50. And F152 should be equal to

50.

Please pay attention to nameplate parameters of motor. If the working voltage is higher than rated voltage or the frequency is higher than rated frequency, motor would be damaged.

F153 Carrier frequency setting

Setting range: subject to inverter model

Mfr’s value: subject to inverter model

Carrier-wave frequency of inverter is adjusted by setting this code function. Adjusting carrier-wave may reduce motor noise, avoid point of resonance of mechanical system, decrease leakage current of wire to earth and the interference of inverter.

When carrier-wave frequency is low, although carrier-wave noise from motor will increase, the current leaked to the earth will decrease. The wastage of motor and the temperature of motor will increase, but the temperature of inverter will decrease.

When carrier-wave frequency is high, the situations are opposite, and the interference will raise.

When output frequency of inverter is adjusted to high frequency, the setting value of carrier-wave should be increased. Performance is influenced by adjusting carrier-wave frequency as below table:

Carrier-wave frequency

Motor noise

Inverter temperature

Low

→ High

Loud

→ Low

Waveform of output current Bad

→ Good

Motor temperature High

→ Low

Low

→ High

Leakage current

Interference

Low

→ High

Low

→ High

Setting range: 0: Invalid 1: Valid

F154 Automatic voltage rectification Mfr’s value: 0

2:Invalid during deceleration process

This function is enable to keep output voltage constant automatically in the case of fluctuation of input voltage, but the deceleration time will be affected by internal PI adjustor. If deceleration time is forbidden being changed, please select F154=2.

F155 Digital accessorial frequency setting

F156 Digital accessorial frequency polarity setting

F157 Reading accessorial frequency

Setting range: 0~F111

Setting range: 0 or 1

Mfr’s value: 0

Mfr’s value: 0

F158 Reading accessorial frequency polarity

Under combined speed control mode, when accessorial frequency source is digital setting memory (F204=0), F155 and

F156 are considered as initial set values of accessorial frequency and polarity (direction).

In the mode of combined speed control, F157 and F158 are used for reading the value and direction of accessorial frequency.

For example, when F203=1, F204=0. F207=1, the given analog frequency is 15Hz, inverter is required to run to 20Hz. In case of this requirement, user can push “UP” button to raise the frequency from 15Hz to 20Hz. User can also set

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F155=5Hz and F160=0 (0 means forward, 1 means reverse). In this way, inverter can be run to 20Hz directly.

F159 Random carrier-wave selection Setting range: 0: Invalid 1: Valid Mfr’s value: 1

When F159=0, inverter will modulate as per the carrier-wave set by F153. When F159=1, inverter will operate in mode of random carrier-wave modulating.

Note: when random carrier-wave is selected, output torque will increase but noise will be loud. When the carrier-wave set by F153 is selected, noise will be reduced, but output torque will decrease. Please set the value according to the situation.

F160 Reverting to manufacturer values

Setting range: 0: Invalid 1: Valid

Mfr’s value: 0

·When there is disorder with inverter’s parameters and manufacturer values need to be restored, set F160=1.

After “Reverting to manufacturer values” is done, F160 values will be automatically changed to 0.

· “Reverting to manufacturer values” will not work for the functioncodes marked “○”in the “change” column of the parameters table. These function codes have been adjusted properly before delivery. And it is recommended not to change them.

F 1 0 0

OK!

F 1 6 0

E

0

50.00 E 1

Figure 5-3 Reverting to manufacturer values

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6.2 Operation Control

F200

Source of start command

F201

Source of stop command

Setting range:

0: Keypad command;

1: Terminal command; 2: Keypad+Terminal;

3: MODBUS; 4: Keypad+Terminal+MODBUS

Setting range:

0: Keypad command;

1: Terminal command; 2: Keypad+Terminal;

3: MODBUS; 4: Keypad+Terminal+MODBUS

Mfr’s value: 4

Mfr’s value: 4

· F200 and F201 are the resource of selecting inverter control commands.

· Inverter control commands include: starting, stopping, forward running, reverse running, jogging, etc.

·”Keypad command” refers to the start/stop commands given by the “I” or “O” key on the keypad.

·“Terminal command” refers to the start/stop command given by the “I” terminal defined by F316-F323.

·When F200=3 and F201=3, the running command is given by MODBUS communication.

·When F200=2 and F201=2, “keypad command” and “terminal command” are valid at the mean time,

F200=4 and F201=4 are the same.

F202

Mode of direction setting

Setting range:

0: Forward running locking;

1: Reverse running locking;

2: Terminal setting

Mfr’s value: 0

· The running direction is controlled by this function code together with other speed control mode which can set the running direction of inverter. When auto-circulation speed is selected by F500=2, this function code is not valid.

· When speed control mode without controlling direction is selected, the running direction of inverter is controlled by this function code, for example, keypad controls speed.

Direction given by F202

0

0

1

1

Direction given by other control mode

0

1

0

1

Running direction

0

1

1

0 remarks

0 means forward.

1 means reverse.

F203

Main frequency source X

Setting range:

0: Memory of digital given;

1: External analog AI1;

2: External analog AI2;

3: Reserved;

4: Stage speed control;

5: No memory of digital given;

6: Reserved; 7: Reserved;

8:Reserved; 9: PID adjusting; 10: MODBUS

· Main frequency source is set by this function code.

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·0: Memory of digital given

Its initial value is the value of F113. The frequency can be adjusted through the key “up” or “down”, or through the “up”, “down” terminals.

“Memory of digital given” means after inverter stops, the target frequency is the running frequency before stop. If the user would like to save target frequency in memory when the power is disconnected, please set

F220=1, i.e. frequency memory after power down is valid.

1: External analog AI1; 2: External analog AI2

The frequency is set by analog input terminal AI1 and AI2. The analog signal may be current signal

(0-20mA or 4-20mA) or voltage signal (0-5V or 0-10V), which can be chosen by switch code. Please adjust the switch code according to practical situations, refer to fig 4-4 and table 4-2.

When inverters leave the factory, the analog signal of AI1 channel is DC voltage signal, the range of voltage is 0-10V, and the analog signal of AI2 channel is DC current signal, the range of current is 0-20 mA. If

4-20mA current signal is needed, please set lower limit of analog input F406=2, which input resistor is

500OHM. If some errors exist, please make some adjustments.

4: Stage speed control

Multi-stage speed control is selected by setting stage speed terminals F316-F322 and function codes of multi-stage speed section. The frequency is set by multi-stage terminal or automatic cycling frequency.

5: No memory of digital given

Its initial value is the value of F113. The frequency can be adjusted through the key “up” or “down”, or through the “up”, “down” terminals.

“No memory of digital given” means that the target frequency will restore to the value of F113 after stop no matter the state of F220.

9: PID adjusting

When PID adjusting is selected, the running frequency of inverter is the value of frequency adjusted by PID.

Please refer to instructions of PID parameters for PID given resource, PID given numbers, feedback source, and so on.

10: MODBUS

The main frequency is given by MODBUS communication.

F204 Trim frequency source

Y

Setting range:

0: Memory of digital given; 1: External analog AI1;

2: External analog AI2; 3: Reserved;

4: Stage speed control; 5: PID adjusting;

6: Reserved;

Mfr’s value: 0

· When trim frequency Y is given to channel as independent frequency, it has the same function with main frequency source X.

· When F204=0, the initial value of trim frequency is set by F155. When accessorial frequency controls speed independently, polarity setting F156 is not valid.

· When F207=1 or 3, and F204=0, the initial value of trim frequency is set by F155, the polarity of frequency is set by

F156, the initial value of accessorial frequency and the polarity of accessorial frequency can be checked by F157 and

F158.

· When the trim frequency is set by analog input (AI1, AI2), the setting range for the frequency is set by F205 and F206.

When the trim frequency is given by keypad potentiometer, the main frequency can only select stage speed control and

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· Note: trim frequency source Y and main frequency source X can not use the same frequency given channel.

F205 reference for selecting trim frequency source Y range

Setting range:

0: Relative to max frequency;

1: Relative to main frequency X

Mfr’s value: 0

F206 Trim frequency Y range (%) Setting range: 0~100 Mfr’s value: 100

· When combined speed control is adopted for frequency source, F206 is used to confirm the relative object of the setting range for the accessorial frequency.

F205 is to confirm the reference of the accessorial frequency range. If it is relative to main frequency, the range will change according to the change of main frequency X.

F207 Frequency source selecting

Setting range:

0: X; 1: X+Y;

2: X or Y (terminal switchover);

3: X or X+Y (terminal switchover);

4: Combination of stage speed and analog

5: X-Y 6: Reserved

Mfr’s value: 0

·Select the channel of setting the frequency. The frequency is given by combination of main frequency X and accessorial frequency Y.

·When F207=0, the frequency is set by main frequency source.

·When F207=1, X+Y, the frequency is set by adding main frequency source to accessorial frequency source.

X or Y can not be given by PID.

·When F207=2, main frequency source and accessorial frequency source can be switched over by frequency source switching terminal.

·When F207=3, main frequency given and adding frequency given(X+Y) can be switched over by frequency source switching terminal. X or Y can not be given by PID.

·When F207=4, stage speed setting of main frequency source has priority over analog setting of accessorial frequency source (only suitable for F203=4 F204=1).

·When F207=5, X-Y, the frequency is set by subtracting accessorial frequency source from main frequency source. If the frequency is set by main frequency or accessorial frequency, PID speed control can not be selected.

Note:

1. When F203=4 and F204=1, the difference between F207=1 and F207=4 is that when F207=1, frequency source selecting is the addition of stage speed and analog, when F207=4, frequency source selecting is stage speed with stage speed and analog given at the same time. If stage speed given is canceled and analog given still exists, inverter will run by analog given.

2. Frequency given mode can be switched over by selecting F207. For example: switching PID adjusting and normal speed control, switching stage speed and analog given, switching PID adjusting and analog given, and so on.

3. The acceleration/deceleration time of stage speed is set by function code of corresponding stage speed time. When combined speed control is adopted for frequency source, the acceleration/deceleration time is set by F114 and F115.

4. The mode of automatic cycle speed control is unable to combine with other modes.

5. When F207=2 (main frequency source and accessorial frequency source can be switched over by

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terminals), if main frequency is not set to be under stage-speed control, accessorial frequency can be set to be under automatic cycle speed control (F204=5, F500=0). Through the defined switchover terminal, the control mode (defined by X) and automatic cycle speed control (defined by Y) can be freely switched.

6. If the settings of main frequency and accessorial frequency are the same, only main frequency will be valid.

F208

Terminal two-line/three-line operation control

Setting range:

0: No function

1: Two-line operation mode 1;

2: Two-line operation mode 2;

3: three-line operation mode 1;

4: three-line operation mode 2;

5: start/stop controlled by direction pulse

Mfr’s value: 0

· When selecting two-line type or three-line type), F200, F201 and F202 are invalid.

· Five modes are available for terminal operation control.

Note:

In case of stage speed control, set F208 to 0. If

F208 ≠0 (when selecting two-line type or three-line type),

F200, F201 and F202 are invalid.

“FWD”, “REV” and “X” are three terminals designated in programming DI1~DI6.

1: Two-line operation mode 1: this mode is the most popularly used two-line mode. The running direction of mode is controlled by FWD, REV terminals.

For example: “FWD” terminal-----“open”: stop, “closed”: forward running;

“REV” terminal-----“open”: stop, “closed”: reverse running;

“CM” terminal-----common port

K1

0

1

K2

0

0

Running command

Stop

Forward running

K 1

K2

FWD

REV

0

1

1

1

Reverse running

Stop

CM

2. Two-line operation mode 2: when this mode is used,

FWD is enable terminal, the direction is controlled by REV terminal.

For example: “FWD” terminal-----“open”: stop, “closed”: running;

“REV” terminal-----“open”: forward running, “closed”: reverse running;

“CM” terminal-----common port

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K1

0

0

K2

0

1

Running command

Stop

Stop

K 1

K2

1 0 Forward running

1 1 Reverse running

3. Three-line operation mode 1:

In this mode, X terminal is enable terminal, the direction is controlled by FWD terminal and REV terminal. Pulse signal is valid.

Stopping commands is enabled by opening X terminal.

SB3: Stop button

SB2: Forward button.

SB1: Reverse button.

4. Three-line operation mode 2:

SB2

SB3

SB1

FWD

REV

CM

FWD

X

REV

CM

In this mode, X terminal is enable terminal, running command is controlled by FWD terminal. The running direction is controlled by REV terminal, and stopping command enable by opening X terminal.

SB1: Running button

SB2: Stop button

K1: direction switch. Open stands for forward running; close stands for reverse running.

5. Start/stop controlled by direction pulse:

“FWD” terminal—(impulse signal: forward/stop)

SB1

SB2

K1

“REV” terminal—(impulse signal: reverse/stop)

“CM” terminal—common port

Note: when pulse of SB1 triggers, inverter will run forward. When the pulse triggers again, inverter will stop running.

When pulse of SB2 triggers, inverter will run reverse. When the pulse triggers again, inverter will stop running.

SB1

SB2

Setting range:

F209 Selecting the mode of stopping the motor

0: stop by deceleration time; 1: free stop(coast stop)

When the stop signal is input, stopping mode is set by this function code:

FWD

X

REV

CM

FWD

REV

CM

Mfr’s value: 0

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F209=0: stop by deceleration time

Inverter will decrease output frequency according to setting acceleration/deceleration curve and decelerating time, after frequency decreases to 0, inverter will stop. This is often common stopping type.

F209=1: free stop

After stop command is valid, inverter will stop output. Motor will free stop by mechanical inertia.

F210 Frequency display accuracy Setting range: 0.01~2.00 Mfr’s value: 0.01

Under keypad speed control or terminal UP/DOWN speed control, frequency display accuracy is set by this function code and the range is from 0.01 to 2.00. For example, when F210=0.5,

▲/▼ terminal is pressed at one time, frequency will increase or decrease by 0.5Hz.

F211 Speed of digital control Setting range: 0.01~100.0Hz/S Mfr’s value: 5.00

When UP/DOWN terminal is pressed, frequency will change at the setting rate. The Mfr’s value is 5.00Hz/s.

F212 Direction memory Setting range: 0: Invalid 1: Valid

· This function is valid when three-line operation mode 1(F208=3) is valid.

Mfr’s value: 0

· When F212=1,after inverter is stopped, resetted and repowered on, if inverter starts running but no direction signal, inverter will run according the memory direction.

F213 Auto-starting after repowered on Setting range: 0: invalid; 1: valid Mfr’s value: 0

F214 Auto-starting after reset Setting range: 0: invalid; 1: valid Mfr’s value: 0

Whether or not to start automatically after repowered on is set by F213

F213=1, Auto-starting after repowered on is valid. When inverter is power off and then powered on again, it will run automatically after the time set by F215 and according to the running mode before power-down. If

F220=0 frequency memory after power-down is not valid, inverter will run by the setting value of F113.

F213=0, after repower-on, inverter will not run automatically unless running command is given to inverter.

·Whether or not to start automatically after fault resetting is set by F214

When F214=1, if fault occurs, inverter will reset automatically after delay time for fault reset (F217). After resetting, inverter will run automatically after the auto-starting delay time (F215).

If frequency memory after power-down (F220) is valid, inverter will run at the speed before power-down.

Otherwise, inverter will run at the speed set by F113.

In case of fault under running status, inverter will reset automatically and auto-start. In case of fault under stopped status, the inverter will only reset automatically.

When F214=0, after fault occurs, inverter will display fault code, it must be reset by manually.

F215 Auto-starting delay time Setting range: 0.1~3000.0 Mfr’s value: 60.0

F215 is the auto-starting delay time for F213 and F214. The range is from 0.1s to 3000.0s.

F216 Times of auto-starting in case of

Setting range: 0~5 Mfr’s value: 0 repeated faults

F217 Delay time for fault reset Setting range: 0.0~10.0 Mfr’s value: 3.0

F219 Write EEPROM by Modbus Setting range: 0: invalid; 1: valid Mfr’s value: 1

F216 sets the most times of auto-starting in case of repeated faults. If starting times are more than the setting value of this function code, inverter will not reset or start automatically after fault. Inverter will run after running command is given to inverter manually.

F217 sets delay time for fault reset. The range is from 0.0 to 10.0S which is time interval from fault to resetting.

F220 Frequency memory after power-down Setting range: 0: invalid; 1: valid Mfr’s value: 0

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F220 sets whether or not frequency memory after power-down is valid.

This function is valid for F213 and F214. Whether or not to memory running state after power-down or malfunction is set by this function.

·The function of frequency memory after power-down is valid for main frequency and accessorial frequency that is given by digital. Because the digital given accessorial frequency has positive polarity and negative polarity, it is saved in the function codes F155 and F156.

Table 5-1 Combination of Speed Control

F204

F203

0. Memory of digital setting

1 External

analog AI1

2 External analog AI2

4 Terminal stage speed control

5 PID adjusting

0 Memory of digital setting

1External analog AI1

● ● ●

2External analog AI2

4Terminal Stage speed control

5 Digital setting

● ● ●

● ● ●

9 PID adjusting

10 MODBUS

●: Inter-combination is allowable.

〇: Combination is not allowable.

The mode of automatic cycle speed control is unable to combine with other modes. If the combination includes the mode of automatic cycle speed control, only main speed control mode will be valid.

6.3 Multifunctional Input and Output Terminals

6.3.1 Digital multifunctional output terminals

F300 Relay token output Setting range: 0~40

F301 DO1 token output

Refer to table 5-2 for detailed instructions.

Mfr’s value: 1

Mfr’s value: 14

Table 5-2 Instructions for digital multifunctional output terminal

Value Function Instructions

2

3

0

1

4

5 no function Output terminal has no functions. inverter fault protection When inverter trips this signal is output high. over latent frequency 1 Please refer to instructions from F307 to F309. over latent frequency 2 Please refer to instructions from F307 to F309. free stop

In running status 1

Under free stop status, after stop command is given, ON signal is output until inverter completely stops.

Indicating that inverter is running and ON signal is output.

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6

7

DC braking acceleration/deceleration time switchover

Reserved

Reserved

Indicating that inverter is in the status of DC braking and ON signal is output.

Indicating that inverter is in the status of acceleration/deceleration time switchover

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15 inverter overload pre-alarm

Stall Warning motor overload pre-alarm stalling

Inverter is ready to run

In running status 2 frequency arrival output

At Speed

After inverter overloads, ON signal is output after the half time of protection timed, ON signal stops outputting after overload stops or overload protection occurs.

After motor overloads, ON signal is output after the half time of protection timed, ON signal stops outputting after overload stops or overload protection occurs.

During accel/decel process, inverter stops accelerating/decelerating because inverter is stalling, and ON signal is output.

When inverter is powered on. Protection function is not in action and inverter is ready to run, then ON signal is output.

Indicating that inverter is running and ON signal is output. When inverter is running at 0HZ, it seems as the running status, and ON signal is output.

Indicating inverter runs to the setting target frequency, and ON signal is output. See F312.

When testing temperature reaches 80% of setting value, ON overheat pre-alarm

16

17

18

Warning over latent current output

Analog line disconnection protection signal is output. When overheat protection occurs or testing value is lower than 80%of setting value, ON signal stops outputting.

When output current of inverter reaches the setting overlatent current, ON signal is output. See F310 and F311.

Indicating inverter detects analog input lines disconnection, and

ON signal is output. Please refer to F741.

19

20

21

22

23

24

25-39

40

Reserved

Zero current detecting output

When inverter output current has fallen to zero current detecting value, and after the setting time of F755, ON signal is output.

Please refer to F754 and F755.

DO1 Output controlled by PC/PLC

Reserved

1 means output is valid.

0 means output is invalid.

TA\TC Output controlled by PC/PLC

Watchdog token output The token output is valid when inverter trips into Err6.

Reserved

Switchover of high-frequency performance

When this function is valid, inverter will switch into high-frequency optimizing mode.

F307 Characteristic frequency 1

Setting range: F112~F111Hz

Mfr’s value: 10.00Hz

F308 Characteristic frequency 2 Mfr’s value: 50.00Hz

F309 Characteristic frequency width Setting range: 0~100% Mfr’s value: 50

When F300=2, 3, F301=2, 3 and F302=2, 3 and token characteristic frequency is selected, this group function codes set characteristic frequency and its width. For example: setting F301=2, F307=10, F309=10,

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=9Hz, DO1 outputs OFF signal.

F310 Characteristic current Setting range: 0~1000 Mfr’s value: Rated current

F311 Characteristic current width Setting range: 0~100 Mfr’s value: 10

When F300=17 and F301=17 and F302=17 and token characteristic current is selected, this group function codes set characteristic current and its width.

For example: setting F301=17, F310=100, F311=10, when inverter current is higher than F310, DO1 outputs ON signal. When inverter current is lower than (100-100*10%)=90A, DO1 outputs OFF signal.

F312 Frequency arrival threshold

Setting range: 0.00~5.00Hz Mfr’s value: 0.00

At Speeed

When F300=15 and F301=15, threshold range is set by F312.

For example: when F301=15, target frequency is 20HZ and F312=2, the running frequency reaches 18Hz

(20-2), ON signal is output by DO1 until the running frequency reaches target frequency.

6.3.2 Digital multifunctional input terminals

F316 DI1 terminal function setting

Setting range:

0: no function; 1: Run

2: Stop; 3: multi-stage speed 1;

4: multi-stage speed 2;

F317 DI2 terminal function setting

5: multi-stage speed 3;

6: multi-stage speed 4;

F318 DI3 terminal function setting

7: reset; 8: free stop;

9: external emergency stop;

10: acceleration/deceleration forbidden;

11: forward run jogging;

F319 DI4 terminal function setting

12: reverse run jogging;

13: UP frequency increasing terminal;

14: DOWN frequency decreasing terminal;

15: “FWD” terminal;

Mfr’s value: 11

Mfr’s value: 9

Mfr’s value: 15

Mfr’s value: 16

16: “REV” terminal;

17: three-line type input “X” terminal;

18: acceleration/deceleration time switchover 1;

19: Reserved;

F320 DI5 terminal function setting

20: switchover between speed and torque;

21: frequency source switchover terminal;

34: Acceleration / deceleration switchover 2

48: High-frequency switchover

52: Jogging (no direction)

53: Watchdog

Mfr’s value: 7

54: Frequency reset

55: switchover between manual running and auto running

56: Manual running

57: Auto running

58: Direction

·This parameter is used for setting the corresponding function for multifunctional digital input terminal.

·Both free stop and external emergency stop of the terminal have the highest priority.

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5

6

7

8

3

4

Table 5-3 Instructions for digital multifunctional input terminal

Value Function

0

1

2

No function

Running terminal

Stop terminal

Instructions

Even if signal is input, inverter will not work. This function can be set by undefined terminal to prevent mistake action.

When running command is given by terminal or terminals combination and this terminal is valid, inverter will run. This terminal has the same function with “I” key in keypad.

When stop command is given by terminal or terminals combination and this terminal is valid, inverter will stop. This terminal has the same function with “stop” key in keypad.

9

10

11

12

Multistage speed terminal 1

Multistage speed terminal 2

Multistage speed terminal 3

Multistage speed terminal 4

Reset terminal

Free stop terminal

Coast Stop

External emergency stop terminal

Acceleration/deceleration forbidden terminal

Speed Hold forward run jogging reverse run jogging

15-stage speed is realized by combination of this group of terminals. See table 5-6.

This terminal has the same function with “O” key in keypad.

Inverter closes off output and motor stop process is not controlled by inverter. This mode is often used when load has big inertia or there are no requirements for stop time. This mode has the same function with free stop of F209.

When external malfunction signal is given to inverter, malfunction will occur and inverter will stop.

Inverter will not be controlled by external signal (except for stop command), and it will run at the current output frequency.

Forward jogging running and reverse jogging running. Refer to

F124, F125 and F126 for jogging running frequency, jogging acceleration/deceleration time.

13

14

15

UP frequency increasing terminal

DOWN frequency decreasing terminal

“FWD” terminal

When frequency source is set by digital given, the setting frequency can be adjusted which rate is set by F211.

16

17

18

21

“REV” terminal

Three-line input “X” terminal acceleration/deceleration time switchover 1 frequency source switchover terminal

When start/stop command is given by terminal or terminals combination, running direction of inverter is controlled by external terminals.

“FWD”、“REV”、“CM” terminals realize three-line control. See

F208 for details.

If this function is valid, the second acceleration/deceleration time will be valid. Please refer to F116 and F117.

When F207=2, main frequency source and accessorial frequency source can be switched over by frequency source switching terminal.

When F207=3, X and (X + Y) can be switched over by frequency source switching terminal.

34

48

52

Acceleration / deceleration switchover 2

High-frequency switchover

Jogging (no direction)

Please refer to Table 5-4.

When this function is valid, inverter will switch into high-frequency optimizing mode.

In the application 1 and 2, the direction of jogging command is controlled by terminal set to 58: direction.

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54

55

56

57

58

Watchdog

Frequency reset

Switchover between manual run and auto run

Manual run

Auto running

Direction

During the time set by F326 elapses without an impulse being registered, inverter will trip into Err6, and inverter will stop according to stop mode set by F327.

In the application 4, if the function is valid, target frequency will change to the value set by F113.

In the application 2, the function is used to switch manual run and auto run.

In the application 2, if the function is valid, inverter will run manually.

In the application 2, if the function is valid, inverter will run automatically.

In the application 1 and 2, the function is used to give direction.

When the function is valid, inverter will run reverse. Or else, inverter will run forward.

Table 5-4 Accel/decel selection

Accel/decel switchover

2 (34)

0

0

1

1

Accel/decel switchover

1 (18)

0

1

0

1

Present accel/decel time

The first accel/decel time

The second accel/decel time

The third accel/decel time

The fourth accel/decel time

Table 5-5 Instructions for multistage speed

Related parameters

F114, F115

F116, F117

F277, F278

F279, F280

K4

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

K3

1

1

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

1

1

K2

1

1

0

0

0

0

1

1

0

0

1

1

1

1

0

0

K1

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

Frequency setting

Multi-stage speed 1

Multi-stage speed 2

Multi-stage speed 3

Multi-stage speed 4

Multi-stage speed 5

Multi-stage speed 6

Multi-stage speed 7

Multi-stage speed 8

Multi-stage speed 9

Multi-stage speed 10

Multi-stage speed 11

Multi-stage speed 12

Multi-stage speed 13

Multi-stage speed 14

Multi-stage speed 15

None

Parameters

F504/F519/F534/F549/F557/F565

F505/F520/F535/F550/F558/F566

F506/F521/F536/F551/F559/F567

F507/F522/F537/F552/F560/F568

F508/F523/F538/F553/F561/F569

F509/F524/F539/F554/F562/F570

F510/F525/F540/F555/F563/F571

F511/F526/F541/F556/F564/F572

F512/F527/F542/F573

F513/F528/F543/F574

F514/F529/F544/F575

F515/F530/F545/F576

F516/F531/F546/F577

F517/F532/F547/F578

F518/F533/F548/F579

None

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Note: 1. K4 is multi-stage speed terminal 4, K3 is multi-stage speed terminal 3, K2 is multi-stage speed terminal 2, K1 is multi-stage speed terminal 1. And 0 stands for OFF, 1 stands for ON.

2.

0=OFF, 1=ON

F326 Watchdog time Setting range: 0.0~3000.0 Mfr’s value: 10.0

F327 Stop mode Setting range:

0: Free to stop 1: Deceleration to stop

Mfr’s value : 0

When F326=0.0, watchdog function is invalid.

When F327=0, and during the time set by F326 elapses without an impulse being registered, inverter will free to stop and it will trip into Err6, and digital output token is valid.

When F327=1, and during the time set by F326 elapses without an impulse being registered, inverter will deceleration to stop, then inverter will trip into Err6, and digital output token is valid.

F324 Free stop terminal logic

F325 External emergency stop terminal logic

Setting range:

0: positive logic (valid for low level);

1: negative logic (valid for high level)

Mfr’s value: 0

Mfr’s value: 0

F328 Terminal filtering times Setting range: 1~100 Mfr’s value: 10

When multi-stage speed terminal is set to free stop terminal (8) and external emergency stop terminal (9), terminal logic level is set by this group of function codes. When F324=0 and F325=0, positive logic and low level is valid, when F324=1 and F325=1, negative logic and high level is valid.

Only read F330 Diagnostics of DIX terminal

F330 is used to display the diagnostics of DIX terminals.

Please refer to Fig 5-11 about the DIX terminals diagnostics in the first digit.

1

3 5

2

4

Fig 5-6 Status of digital input terminal

The dotted line means this part of digit is red.

2 stands for DI2 valid.

○ stands for DI5 valid.

1. Analog input monitoring

F331Monitoring AI1

F332 Monitoring AI2

The value of analog is displayed by 0~4095.

Only read

Only read

F335 Relay output simulation Setting range:

0:Output active 1:Output inactive.

Mfr’s value: 0

F336 DO1 output simulation Mfr’s value: 0

Take an example of DO1 output simulation, when inverter is in the stop status and enter F336, press the UP key, the DO1 terminal is valid. Relax the UP key, DO1 remains valid status. After quitting F336, DO1 will revert to initial output status.

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F338 AO1 output simulation Setting range: 0~4095 Mfr’s value: 0

When inverter is in the stop status, and enter F338, press the UP key, the output analog will increase, and when press the DOWN key, the output analog will decrease. If relax the key, analog output remains stable.

After quitting the parameters, AO1 will revert to initial output status.

6.4 Analog Input and Output

AC10 series inverters have 2 analog input channels and 2 analog output channels.

F400 Lower limit of AI1 channel input (V) Setting range: 0.00~F402 Mfr’s value: 0.01V

F401 Corresponding setting for lower limit of AI1 input Setting range: 0~F403 Mfr’s value: 1.00

F402 Upper limit of AI1 channel input (V)

F403 Corresponding setting for upper limit of AI1 input

F404 AI1 channel proportional gain K1

Setting range: F400~10.00 Mfr’s value: 10.00

Setting range:

Max (1.00,F401) ~2.00

Setting range: 0.0~10.0

Mfr’s value: 2.00

Mfr’s value: 1.0

F405 AI1 filtering time constant (S) Setting range: 0.1~10.0 Mfr’s value: 0.10

·In the mode of analog speed control, sometimes it requires adjusting coincidence relation among upper limit and lower limit of input analog, analog changes and output frequency, to achieve a satisfactory speed control effect.

· Upper and lower limit of analog input are set by F400 and F402.

For example: when F400=1, F402=8, if analog input voltage is lower than 1V, system judges it as 0. If input voltage is higher than 8V, system judges it as 10V (Suppose analog channel selects 0-10V). If Max frequency F111 is set to 50Hz, the output frequency corresponding to 1-8V is 0-50Hz.

· The filtering time constant is set by F405.

The greater the filtering time constant is, the more stable for the analog testing. However, the precision may decrease to a certain extent. It may require appropriate adjustment according to actual application.

· Channel proportional gain is set by F404.

If 1V corresponds to 10Hz and F404=2, then 1V will correspond to 20Hz.

· Corresponding setting for upper / lower limit of analog input are set by F401 and F403.

If Max frequency F111 is 50Hz, analog input voltage 0-10V can correspond to output frequency from -50Hz to 50Hz by setting this group function codes. Please set F401=0 and F403=2, then 0V corresponds to -50Hz,

5V corresponds to 0Hz and 10V corresponds to 50Hz. The unit of corresponding setting for upper / lower limit of input is in percentage (%). If the value is greater than 1.00, it is positive; if the value is less than 1.00, it is negative. (e.g. F401=0.5 represents –50%).

If the running direction is set to forward running by F202, then 0-5V corresponding to the minus frequency will cause reverse running, or vice versa.

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.0%

Corresponding setting

(Frequency)

100.0%

Corresponding setting

(Frequency)

0.0%

0V

(0mA)

10V

(20 mA)

AI

-100.0%

0V

(0mA)

Fig 5-12 correspondence of analog input to setting

10V

(20mA)

AI

The unit of corresponding setting for upper / lower limit of input is in percentage (%). If the value is greater than 1.00, it is positive; if the value is less than 1.00, it is negative. (e.g.

F401=0.5 represents –50%).The corresponding setting benchmark: in the mode of combined speed control, analog is the accessorial frequency and the setting benchmark for range of accessorial frequency which relatives to main frequency is “main frequency X”; corresponding setting benchmark for other cases is the “max frequency”, as illustrated in the right figure:

A= (F401-1)* setting value

B= (F403-1)* setting value

C= F400 D= F402

F406 Lower limit of AI2 channel input (V) Setting range: 0.00~F408

F407 Corresponding setting for lower limit of AI2 input Setting range: 0~F409

F408 Upper limit of AI2 channel input (V)

F409 Corresponding setting for upper limit of AI2 input

F410 AI2 channel proportional gain K2

F411 AI2 filtering time constant (S)

Mfr’s value: 0.01

Mfr’s value: 1.00

Setting range: F406~10.00 Mfr’s value: 10.00

Setting range:

Max (1.00,F407) ~2.00

Setting range: 0.0~10.0

Mfr’s value: 2.00

Mfr’s value: 1.0

Setting range: 0.1~50.0 Mfr’s value: 0.1

The function of AI2 is the same with AI1.

F418 AI1 channel 0Hz voltage dead zone

Setting range:

0~0.50V (Positive-Negative)

Mfr’s value: 0.00

F419 AI2 channel 0Hz voltage dead zone

Setting range:

0~0.50V (Positive-Negative)

Mfr’s value: 0.00

Analog input voltage 0-5V can correspond to output frequency -50Hz-50Hz (2.5V corresponds to 0Hz) by setting the function of corresponding setting for upper / lower limit of analog input. The group function codes of

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F418 and F419 set the voltage range corresponding to 0Hz. For example, when F418=0.5 and F419=0.5, the voltage range from (2.5-0.5=2) to (2.5+0.5=3) corresponds to 0Hz. So if F418=N and F419=N, then 2.5±N should correspond to 0Hz. If the voltage is in this range, inverter will output 0Hz.

0HZ voltage dead zone will be valid when corresponding setting for lower limit of input is less than 1.00.

F421 Panel selection

Setting range: 0: Local keypad panel

1: Remote control keypad panel

2: local keypad + remote control keypad

Mfr’s value: 1

·When F421 is set to 0, local keypad panel is working. When F421 is set to 1, remote control keypad panel is working, and local keypad panel will be invalid for saving energy.

The remote control panel is connected by 8-cores net cable.

AC10 can supply one analog output channel AO1.

F423 AO1 output range

Setting range:

0: 0~5V; 1: 0~10V or 0~20mA

2: 4~20mA

Mfr’s value: 1

F424 AO1 lowest corresponding frequency (Hz) Setting range: 0.0~F425 Mfr’s value: 0.05

F425 AO1 highest corresponding frequency (Hz) Setting range: F424~F111 Mfr’s value: 50.00

F426 AO1 output compensation (%) Setting range: 0~120 Mfr’s value: 100

· AO1 output range is selected by F423. When F423=0, AO1 output range selects 0-5V, and when F423=1,

AO1 output range selects 0-10V or 0-20mA. When F423=2, AO1 output range selects 4-20mA (When AO1 output range selects current signal, please turn the switch J5 to “I” position.

· Correspondence of output voltage range (0-5V or 0-10V) to output frequency is set by F424 and F425. For example, when F423=0, F424=10 and F425=120, analog channel AO1 outputs 0-5V and the output frequency is 10-120Hz.

· AO1 output compensation is set by F426. Analog excursion can be compensated by setting F426.

Setting range:

F431 AO1 analog output signal selecting

0: Running frequency;

1: Output current;

2: Output voltage;

3: Analog AI1;

4: Analog AI2;

6: Output torque;

7: Given by PC/PLC;

8: Target frequency

Mfr’s value: 0

· Token contents output by analog channel are selected by F431. Token contents include running frequency, output current and output voltage.

· When output current is selected, analog output signal is from 0 to twice rated current.

· When output voltage is selected, analog output signal is from 0V to rated output voltage.

F433 Corresponding current for full range of external voltmeter

Setting range:

0.01~5.00 times of

F434 Corresponding current for full range of external ammeter rated current

Mfr’s value: 2.00

Mfr’s value: 2.00

· In case of F431=1 and AO1 channel for token current, F433 is the ratio of measurement range of external voltage type ammeter to rated current of the inverter.

For example: measurement range of external ammeter is 20A, and rated current of the inverter is 8A, then,

F433=20/8=2.50.

F437 Analog filter width Setting range: 1~100 Mfr’s value:10

The greater the setting value of F437 is, the steadier the detecting analog is, but the response speed will decrease. Please set it according to the actual situations.

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F460 AI1channel input mode

F461 AI2 channel input mode

Setting range: 0: straight line mode

1: folding line mode

Setting range: 0: straight line mode

1: folding line mode

F462 AI1 insertion point A1 voltage value (V) Setting range: F400~F464

F463 AI1 insertion point A1 setting value Setting range: F401~F465

F464 AI1 insertion point A2 voltage value (V) Setting range: F462~F466

F465 AI1 insertion point A2 setting value Setting range: F463~F467

F466 AI1 insertion point A3 voltage value (V) Setting range: F464~F402

F467 AI1 insertion point A3 setting value Setting range: F465~F403

F468 AI2 insertion point B1 voltage value (V) Setting range: F406~F470

F469 AI2 insertion point B1 setting value Setting range: F407~F471

F470 AI2 insertion point B2 voltage value (V) Setting range: F468~F472

F471 AI2 insertion point B2 setting value Setting range: F469~F473

F472 AI2 insertion point B3 voltage value (V) Setting range: F470~F412

F473 AI2 insertion point B3 setting value Setting range: F471~F413

Mfr’s value: 0

Mfr’s value: 0

Mfr’s value: 2.00

Mfr’s value: 1.20

Mfr’s value: 5.00

Mfr’s value: 1.50

Mfr’s value: 8.00

Mfr’s value: 1.80

Mfr’s value: 2.00

Mfr’s value: 1.20

Mfr’s value: 5.00

Mfr’s value: 1.50

Mfr’s value: 8.00

Mfr’s value: 1.80

When analog channel input mode selects straight-line, please set it according to the parameters from F400 to

F429. When folding line mode is selected, three points A1(B1), A2(B2), A3(B3) are inserted into the straight line, each of which can set the according frequency to input voltage. Please refer to the following figure:

100%

According setting (frequency)

F400

A1 A2 A3 F402

Fig 5-14 Folding analog with setting value

F400 and F402 are lower/upper limit of analog AI1 input. When F460=1,F462=2.00V, F463=1.4, F111=50,

F203=1, F207=0, then A1 point corresponding frequency is (F463-1)*F111=20Hz, which means 2.00V corresponding to 20Hz. The other points can be set by the same way.

6.5 Multi-stage Speed Control

The function of multi-stage speed control is equivalent to a built-in PLC in the inverter. This function can set running time, running direction and running frequency.

AC10 series inverter can realize 15-stage speed control and 8-stage speed auto circulating.

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F500 Stage speed type

Setting range: 0: 3-stage speed;

1: 15-stage speed;

2: Max 8-stage speed auto circulating

Mfr’s value: 1

·In case of multi-stage speed control (F203=4), the user must select a mode by F500. When F500=0, 3-stage speed is selected. When F500=1, 15-stage speed is selected. When F500=2, max 8-stage speed auto circulating is selected. When F500=2, “auto circulating” is classified into “2-stage speed auto circulating”,

“3-stage speed auto circulating”, … “8-stage speed auto circulating”, which is to be set by F501.

Table 5-7 Selection of Stage Speed Running Mode

F203 F500 Mode of Running

4

4

4

0

1

2

Description

3-stage speed control

15-stage speed control

Max 8-stage speed auto circulating

The priority in turn is stage-1 speed, stage-2 speed and stage-3 speed.

It can be combined with analog speed control. If F207=4, “3-stage speed control” is prior to analog speed control.

It can be combined with analog speed control. If F207=4, “15-stage speed control” is prior to analog speed control.

Adjusting the running frequency manually is not allowable. “2-stage speed auto circulating”, “3-stage speed auto circulating”, … “8-stage speed auto circulating” may be selected through setting the parameters.

F501 Selection of Stage Speed Under

Auto-circulation Speed Control

Setting range: 2~8 Mfr’s value: 7

F502 Selection of Times of Auto-circulation

Speed Control

Setting range: 0~9999

(when the value is set to 0, the inverter Mfr’s value: 0 will carry out infinite circulating)

F503 Status After Auto-circulation

Running Finished.

Setting range:

0: Stop 1: Keep running at last-stage speed

Mfr’s value: 0

· If running mode is auto-circulation speed control (F203=4 and F500=2), please set the related parameters by F501~F503.

· That the inverter runs at the preset stage speed one by one under the auto-circulation speed control is called as “one time”.

· If F502=0, inverter will run at infinite auto circulation, which will be stopped by “stop” signal.

· If F502>0, inverter will run at auto circulation conditionally. When auto circulation of the preset times is finished continuously (set by F502), inverter will finish auto-circulation running conditionally. When inverter keeps running and the preset times is not finished, if inverter receives “stop command”, inverter will stop. If inverter receives “run command” again, inverter will automatically circulate by the setting time of F502.

· If F503=0, then inverter will stop after auto circulation is finished. If F503=1, then inverter will run at the speed of the last-stage after auto-circulation is finished as follows: e.g., F501=3, then inverter will run at auto circulation of 3-stage speed;

F502=100, then inverter will run 100 times of auto circulation;

F503=1, inverter will run at the speed of the last stage after the auto-circulation running is finished.

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Start auto circulating running

Stage-1 speed

Stage-2 speed

Stage-3 speed

After circulating

100 times Keep running at

Stage-3 speed

Figure 5-17 Auto-circulating Running

Then the inverter can be stopped by pressing “O” or sending “O” signal through terminal during auto-circulation running.

F504 Frequency setting for stage 1 speed (Hz) Mfr’s value: 5.00

F505 Frequency setting for stage 2 speed (Hz)

F506 Frequency setting for stage 3 speed (Hz)

F507 Frequency setting for stage 4 speed (Hz)

F508 Frequency setting for stage 5 speed (Hz)

F509 Frequency setting for stage 6 speed (Hz)

F510 Frequency setting for stage 7 speed (Hz)

F511 Frequency setting for stage 8 speed (Hz)

Setting range:

F112~F111

F512 Frequency setting for stage 9 speed (Hz)

F513 Frequency setting for stage 10 speed (Hz)

F514 Frequency setting for stage 11 speed (Hz)

F515 Frequency setting for stage 12 speed (Hz)

F516 Frequency setting for stage 13 speed (Hz)

F517 Frequency setting for stage 14 speed (Hz)

F518 Frequency setting for stage 15 speed (Hz)

F519 ~ F533 Acceleration time setting for the Setting range: speeds from Stage 1 to Stage 15 (S) 0.1~3000

F534 ~ F548 Deceleration time setting for the Setting range: speeds from Stage 1 to Stage 15 (S) 0.1~3000

Mfr’s value: 10.00

Mfr’s value: 15.00

Mfr’s value: 20.00

Mfr’s value: 25.00

Mfr’s value: 30.00

Mfr’s value: 35.00

Mfr’s value: 40.00

Mfr’s value: 5.00

Mfr’s value: 10.00

Mfr’s value: 15.00

Mfr’s value: 20.00

Mfr’s value: 25.00

Mfr’s value: 30.00

Mfr’s value: 35.00

Subject to inverter model

F549~F556

Setting range:

Running directions of stage speeds from Stage 1 to 0: forward running;

Stage 8 (S)

1: reverse running

F573~F579

Setting range:

Running directions of stage speeds from stage 9 to 0: forward running; stage 15 (S)

1: reverse running

F557~564 Running time of stage speeds from Setting range:

Stage 1 to Stage 8 (S) 0.1~3000

F565~F572 Stop time after finishing stages from Setting range:

Stage 1 to Stage 8 (S) 0.0~3000

Mfr’s value: 0

Mfr’s value: 0

Mfr’s value: 1.0

Mfr’s value: 0.0

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6.6 Auxiliary Functions

F600 DC Braking Function Selection

Setting range:

0: Invalid;

1: braking before starting;

2: braking during stopping;

3: braking during starting and stopping

Mfr’s value: 0

F601 Initial Frequency for DC Braking (Hz) Setting range: 0.20~5.00 Mfr’s value: 1.00

F602 DC Braking efficiency before Starting

Setting range: 0~100

F603 DC Braking efficiency During Stop

F604 Braking Lasting Time Before Starting (S)

F605 Braking Lasting Time During Stopping (S)

Setting range: 0.0~10.0

Mfr’s value: 10

Mfr’s value: 0.5

· When F600=0, DC braking function is invalid.

· When F600=1, braking before starting is valid.

After the right starting signal is input, inverter starts DC braking. After braking is finished, inverter will run from the initial frequency.

In some application occasion, such as fan, motor is running at a low speed or in a reverse status, if inverter starts immediately, OC malfunction will occur. Adopting “braking before starting” will ensure that the fan stays in a static state before starting to avoid this malfunction.

·During braking before starting, if “stop” signal is given, inverter will stop by deceleration time.

When F600=2, DC braking during stopping is selected. After output frequency is lower than the initial frequency for DC braking (F601), DC braking will stop the motor immediately

During the process of braking during stopping, if “start” signal is given, DC braking will be finished and inverter will start.

If “stop” signal is given during the process of braking during stopping, inverter will have no response and

DC braking during stopping still goes on.

· Parameters related to “DC Braking”: F601, F602, F603, F604, F605 and F606, interpreted as follows: a. F601: Initial frequency of DC-braking. DC braking will start to work as inverter’s output frequency is lower than this value. b. F604: Braking duration before starting. The time lasted for DC braking before inverter starts. c. F605: Braking duration when stopping. The time lasted for DC braking while inverter stops.

·Note: during DC braking, because motor does not have self-cooling effect caused by rotating, it is in a condition of easy over-heating. Please do not set DC braking voltage too high and do not set DC braking time to long.

DC braking, as shown in Figure 5-11

F607 Selection of Stalling Adjusting Function

Setting range:

0: invalid; 1: valid 2:Reserved

Mfr’s value: 0

F608 Stalling Current Adjusting (%)

F609 Stalling Voltage Adjusting (%)

F610 Stalling Protection Judging Time (S)

Setting range: 60~200 Mfr’s value: 160

Setting range: 100~200 Mfr’s value: 140

Setting range: 0.1~3000.0 Mfr’s value: 60.0

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Initial value of stalling current adjusting is set by F608, when the present current is higher than rated current

*F608, stalling current adjusting function is valid.

During the process of deceleration, stalling current function is invalid.

During the process of acceleration, if output current is higher than initial value of stalling current adjusting and F607=1, then stalling adjusting function is valid. Inverter will not accelerate until the output current is lower than initial value of stalling current adjusting.

In case of stalling during stable speed running, the frequency will drop. If the current returns to normal during a stall condition the frequency will rise. Otherwise, the frequency will keep dropping to the minimum frequency and the protection OL1 will occur after it lasts for the time as set in F610.

Initial value of stalling voltage adjusting is set by F609, when the present voltage is higher than rated voltage *F609, stalling voltage adjusting function is valid.

Stalling voltage adjusting is valid during the process of deceleration, including the deceleration process caused by stalling current.

Over-voltage means the DC bus voltage is too high and it is usually caused by decelerating. During the process of deceleration, DC bus voltage will increase because of energy feedback. When DC bus voltage is higher than the initial value of stalling voltage and F607=1, then stalling adjusting function is valid. Inverter will temporarily stop decelerating and keep output frequency constant, then inverter stops energy feedback.

Inverter will not decelerate until DC bus voltage is lower than the initial value of stalling voltage.

Stalling protection judging time is set by F610. When inverter starts stalling adjusting function and continues the setting time of F610, inverter will stop running and OL1 protection occurs.

F611 Dynamic Braking threshold Setting range: 200~1000 Subject to inverter model

F612 Dynamic braking duty ratio (%) Setting range: 0~100% Mfr’s value: 80

Initial voltage of dynamic braking threshold is set by F611, which of unit is V. When DC bus voltage is higher than the setting value of this function, dynamic braking starts, braking unit starts working. After DC bus voltage is lower than the setting value, braking unit stops working.

Dynamic braking duty ratio is set by F612, the range is 0~100%. The value is higher, the braking effect is better, but the braking resistor will get hot.

F631 VDC adjustment selection 0: invalid 1: valid 2: reserved

Subject to inverter model

F632 Target voltage of VDC adjustor (V) Setting range: 200~800

When F631=1, VDC adjustment function is valid. During motor running process, the PN bus voltage will rise suddenly because of load mutation, over-voltage protection will occur. VDC adjustment is used to control voltage steady by adjusting output frequency or reducing braking torque.

If the DC bus voltage is higher than the setting value of F632, VDC adjustor will automatically adjust the bus voltage same as the value of F632.

F650 High-frequency performance

F651 Switchover frequency 1

Setting range:

0: Invalid 1: Terminal enabled

2: Enabled mode 1

3: Enabled mode 2

Setting range: F652-150.00

Mfr’s value: 2

Mfr’s value: 100.0

F652 Switchover frequency 2 Setting range: 0-F651 Mfr’s value: 95.00

F650 is valid in vector control mode.

(1) Enabled mode 1: when frequency is higher than F651, inverter will carry on optimized calculation for high-frequency performance. When frequency is lower than F652, the calculation will be stopped.

(2) Enabled mode 2: when frequency is higher than F651, inverter will carry on optimized calculation until inverter stops.

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(3) Terminal enabled: when function of DIX terminal is set to 48, if DIX terminal is valid, inverter will carry on optimized calculation.

6.7 Malfunction and Protection

F700 Selection of terminal free stop mode

Setting range:

0: free stop immediately;

1: delayed free stop

Mfr’s value: 0

F701 Delay time for free stop and programmable terminal action Setting range: 0.0~60.0 Mfr’s value: 0.0

· “Selection of free stop mode” can be used only for the mode of “free stop” controlled by the terminal. The related parameters setting is F201=1, 2, 4 and F209=1.

When “free stop immediately” is selected, delay time (F701) will be invalid and inverter will free stop immediately.

· “Delayed free stop” means that upon receiving “free stop” signal, the inverter will execute “free stop” command after waiting some time instead of stopping immediately. Delay time is set by F701.

0: controlled by temperature

F702 Fan control mode 1: Running when inverter is powered on.

2: controlled by running status

Mfr’s value: 2

When F702=0, fan will run if the heat sink temperature is up to setting temperature.

When F702=2, fan will run when inverter begins running. When inverter stops, fan will stop until the heat sink temperature is lower than setting temperature.

F704 Inverter Overloading pre-alarm Coefficient (%) Setting range: 50~100 Mfr’s value: 80

F705 Motor Overloading pre-alarm Coefficient (%) Setting range: 50~100

F706 Inverter Overloading Coefficient (%) Setting range: 120~190

Mfr’s value: 80

Mfr’s value: 150

F707 Motor Overloading Coefficient (%) Setting range: 20~100 Mfr’s value: 100

· Inverter overloading coefficient: the ratio of overload-protection current and rated current, whose value shall be subject to actual load.

· Motor overloading coefficient (F707): when inverter drives lower power motor, please set the value of

F707 by below formula in order to protect motor

Actual motor power

Motor Overloading Coefficient= ×100%。

Matching motor power

Please set F707 according to actual situation. The lower the setting value of F707 is, the faster the overload protection speed. Please refer to Fig 5-12.

5.5

For example: 7.5kW inverter drives 5.5kW motor, F707= ×100%

≈70%. When the actual

7.5 current of motor reaches 140% of inverter rated current, inverter overload protection will display after 1 minute.

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70%

100%

Motor overload coefficient

1

110% 140%

160%

200%

Current

Fig 5-12 Motor overload coefficient

When the output frequency is lower than 10Hz, the heat dissipation effect of common motor will be worse.

So when running frequency is lower than 10Hz, the threshold of motor overload value will be reduced.

Please refer to Fig 5-13 (F707=100%):

Time (minutes)

10

<5Hz

5~10Hz

>10Hz

1

120140160

180% 200%

Fig 5-13 Motor overload protection value

F708 Record of The Latest Malfunction Type

F709 Record of Malfunction Type for Last but One

F710 Record of Malfunction Type for Last but Two

Setting range:

2: Over current (OC)

3: over voltage (OE)

4: input phase loss (PF1)

5: inverter overload (OL1)

6: under voltage (LU)

7: overheat (OH)

8: motor overload (OL2)

11: external malfunction (ESP)

12: Current fault before running

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F711 Fault Frequency of The Latest Malfunction

F712 Fault Current of The Latest Malfunction

F713 Fault PN Voltage of The Latest Malfunction

F714 Fault Frequency of Last Malfunction but One

F715 Fault Current of Last Malfunction but One

F716 Fault PN Voltage of Last Malfunction but One

F717 Fault Frequency of Last Malfunction but Two

(Err3)

13. studying parameters without motor (Err2)

15: Current sampling fault (Err4)

16: Over current 1 (OC1)

17: output phase loss (PF0)

18: Aerr analog disconnected

23: PID parameters are set wrong

(Err5)

45: Communication timeout (CE)

F718 Fault Current of Last Malfunction but Two

F719 Fault PN Voltage of Last Malfunction but Two

F720 Record of overcurrent protection fault times

F721 Record of overvoltage protection fault times

F722 Record of overheat protection fault times

F723 Record of overload protection fault times

F724 Input phase loss

Setting range:

0: invalid; 1: valid

Mfr’s value: 1

F726 Overheat

F727 Output phase loss

F728 Input phase loss filtering constant (S)

F730 Overheat protection filtering constant (S)

Setting range:

0: invalid; 1: valid

Setting range:

0: invalid; 1: valid

Setting range: 0.1~60.0

Setting range: 0.1~60.0

Mfr’s value: 1

Mfr’s value: 0

Mfr’s value: 0.5

Mfr’s value: 5.0

F732 Voltage threshold of under-voltage protection (V) Setting range: 0~450

Subject to inverter model

·“Under-voltage” refers to too low voltage at AC input side.

“Input phase loss” refers to phase loss of three-phase power supply, 5.5 kW and below 5.5 kW inverters have not got this function.

“Output phase loss” refers to phase loss of inverter three-phase wirings or motor wirings.

·““phase loss” signal filtering constant is used for the purpose of eliminating disturbance to avoid mis-protection. The greater the set value is, the longer the filtering time constant is and the better for the filtering effect.

F737 Over-current 1 protection Setting range: 0:Invalid 1: Valid Mfr’s value: 1

F738 Over-current 1 protection coefficient

F739 Over-current 1 protection record

Setting range: 0.50~3.00 Mfr’s value: 2.50

· F738= OC 1 value/inverter rated current

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· In running status, F738 is not allowed to modify. When over-current occurs, OC1 is displayed

F745 Threshold of pre-alarm overheat (%) Setting range: 0~100 Mfr’s value: 80

F747 Carrier frequency auto-adjusting Setting range: 0: Invalid 1: Valid Mfr’s value: 1

When the temperature of radiator reaches the value of 95℃ X F745 and multi-function output terminal is set to

16 (Please refer to F300~F302), it indicates inverter is in the status of overheat.

When F747=1, the temperature of radiator reaches 86℃, inverter carrier frequency will adjust automatically, to decrease the temperature of inverter. This function can avoid overheat malfunction.

When F159=1, random carrier frequency is selected, F747 is invalid.

F754 Zero-current threshold (%) Setting range: 0~200 Mfr’s value: 5

F755 Duration time of zero-current (S) Setting range: 0~60 Mfr’s value: 0.5

When the output current is fallen to zero-current threshold, and after the duration time of zero-current, ON signal is output.

6.8 Parameters of the Motor

F800 Motor’s parameters tuning

F801 Rated power (kW)

F802 Rated voltage (V)

F803 Rated current (A)

F804 Number of motor poles

Setting range:

0: Invalid;

1: Rotating tuning;

2: stationary tuning

Setting range: 0.75~1000

Setting range: 1~460

Setting range: 0.1~6500

Setting range: 2~100

Mfr’s value: 0

4

F805 Rated rotary speed (rmp/min) Setting range: 1~30000

F810 Motor rated frequency (Hz) Setting range: 1.0~650.0 50.00

·Please set the parameters in accordance with those indicated on the nameplate of the motor.

·Good control performance of vector control requires accurate parameters of the motor. Accurate parameter tuning requires correct setting of rated parameters of the motor.

·In order to get the excellent control performance, please configurate the motor in accordance with adaptable motor of the inverter. In case of too large difference between the actual power of the motor and that of adaptable motor for inverter, the inverter’s control performance will decrease remarkably.

·F800=0, parameter tuning is invalid. But it is still necessary to set the parameters F801~F803,F805 and

F810 correctly according to those indicated on the nameplate of the motor.

After being powered on, it will use default parameters of the motor (see the values of F806-F809) according to the motor power set in F801. This value is only a reference value in view of Y series 4-pole asynchronous motor.

·F800=1, rotating tuning.

In order to ensure dynamic control performance of the inverter, select “rotating tuning” after ensuring that the motor is disconnected from the load. Please set F801-805 and F810 correctly prior to running testing.

Operation process of rotating tuning: Press the “I” key on the keypad to display “TEST”, and it will tune the motor’s parameter of two stages. After that, the motor will accelerate according to acceleration time set at F114 and maintain it for a certain period. The motor will then decelerate to 0 according to the time set at F115. After auto-checking is completed, relevant parameters of the motor will be stored in function codes F806~F809, and F800 will turn to 0 automatically.

·F800=2, stationary tuning.

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It is suitable for the cases where it is impossible to disconnect the motor from the load.

Press the “I” key, and the inverter will display “TEST”, and it will tune the motor‘s parameter of two stages. The motor’s stator resistance, rotor resistance and leakage inductance will be stored in F806-F809 automatically (the motor’s mutual inductance uses default value generated according to the power), and

F800 will turn to 0 automatically. The user may also calculate and input the motor’s mutual inductance value manually according to actual conditions of the motor. With regard to calculation formula and method, please call us for consultation.

When tuning the motor’s parameter, motor is not running but it is powered on. Please do not touch motor during this process.

*Note:

1. No matter which tuning method of motor parameter is adopted, please set the information of the motor

(F801-F805) correctly according to the nameplate of the motor. If the operator is quite familiar with the motor, the operator may input all the parameters (F806-F809) of the motor manually.

2. Parameter F804 can only be checked, not be modified.

3. Incorrect parameters of the motor may result in unstable running of the motor or even failure of normal running. Correct tuning of the parameters is a requirement of vector control performance.

Each time when F801 rated power of the motor is changed, the parameters of the motor (F806-F809) will be refreshed to default settings automatically. Therefore, please be careful while amending this parameter.

The motor’s parameters may change when the motor heats up after running for a long time. If the load can be disconnected, we recommend auto-checking before each running.

F806 Stator resistance Setting range: 0.001~65.00

Ω

F807 Rotor resistance Setting range: 0.001~65.00

Ω

F808 Leakage inductance Setting range: 0.01~650.0mH

F809 Mutual inductance

F812 Pre-exciting time

Setting range: 0.1~6500mH

Setting range: 0.000~30.00S

·The set values of F806~F809 will be updated automatically after normal completion of parameter tuning of the motor.

·The inverter will restore the parameter values of F806~F809 automatically to default standard parameters of the motor each time after changing F801 rated power of the motor;

·If it is impossible to measure the motor at the site, input the parameters manually by referring to the known parameters of a similar motor.

Take a 3.7kW inverter for the example: all data are 3.7kW, 380V, 8.8A, 1440rmp/min, 50Hz, and the load is disconnected. When F800=1, the operation steps are as following:

0.30S

F813 Rotary speed loop KP1

Setting range:

0.01~20.00

Subject to inverter model

F814 Rotary speed loop KI1

Setting range:

0.01~2.00

Subject to inverter model

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F815 Rotary speed loop KP2

F816 Rotary speed loop KI2

F817 PID switching frequency 1

F818 PID switching frequency 2

K

F815

F813

F817 F818

Setting range:

0.01~20.00

Setting range:

0.01~2.00

Setting range: 0~F111

Setting range: F817~F111

f

KI

F814

F816

Subject to inverter model

Subject to inverter model

5.00

50.00

F817 F818

f

Fig 5-15 PID parameter

Dynamic response of vector control speed can be adjusted through adjusting gains of speed loop. Increasing

KP and KI can speed up dynamic response of speed loop. However, if proportional gain or intergral gain is too large, it may give rise to oscillation.

Recommended adjusting procedures:

Make fine adjustment of the value on the basis of manufacturer value if the manufacturer setting value can not meet the needs of practical application. Be cautious that amplitude of adjustment each time should not be too large.

In the event of weak loading capacity or slow rising of rotary speed, please increase the value of KP first under the precondition of ensuring no oscillation. If it is stable, please increase the value of KI properly to speed up response.

In the event of oscillation of current or rotary speed, decrease KP and KI properly.

In conditions of uncertainty, please decrease KP at first, if there is no effect, increase KP. Then adjust KI.

Note: Improper setting of KP and KI may result in violent oscillation of the system, or even failure of normal operation. Please set them carefully.

6.9 Communication Parameter

F900 Communication Address

F901 Communication Mode

1~255: single inverter address

0: broadcast address

1: ASCII 2: RTU

1

1

F903 Parity Check

0: Invalid 1: Odd 2: Even

0

F904 Baud Rate(bps)

Setting range:

0: 1200; 1: 2400; 2: 4800;

3: 9600; 4: 19200 5: 38400 6: 57600

F904=9600 is recommended for baud rate.

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F905 Communication timeout period Setting range: 0~3000 Mfr’s value: 0

When F905 is set to 0.0, the function is invalid. When F905 ≠ 0.0, if the inverter has not received effective command from PC/PLC during the time set by F905, inverter will trip into CE.

Communication parameters refer to Appendix 3.

6.10 PID Parameters

Internal PID adjusting control is used for simple close-loop system with convenient operation.

FA01 PID adjusting target given source Setting range:

0: FA04 1: AI1 2: AI2

When FA01=0, PID adjusting target is given by FA04 or MODBUS.

When FA01=1, PID adjusting target is given by external analog AI1.

When FA01=2, PID adjusting target is given by external analog AI2.

Mfr’s value: 0

FA02 PID adjusting feedback given source Setting range:

1: AI1 2: AI2

Mfr’s value: 1

When FA02=1, PID adjusting feedback signal is given by external analog AI1.

When FA02=2, PID adjusting feedback signal is given by external analog AI2.

FA03 Max limit of PID adjusting (%)

FA04 Digital setting value of PID adjusting (%)

FA04~100.0

FA05~FA03

Mfr’s value:100.0

Mfr’s value:50.0

FA05 Min limit of PID adjusting (%) 0.1~FA04 Mfr’s value:0.0

When FA01=0, the value set by FA04 is digital setting reference value of PID adjusting.

FA06 PID polarity

0: Positive feedback

1: Negative feedback

Mfr’s value:1

When FA06=0, the higher feedback value is, the higher the motor speed is. This is positive feedback.

When FA06=1, the lower the feedback value is, the higher the motor speed is. This is negative feedback.

FA07 Dormancy function selection Setting range: 0: Valid 1: Invalid Mfr’s value: 1

When FA07=0, if inverter runs at the min frequency FA09 for a period time set by FA10, inverter will stop.

When FA07=1, the dormancy function is invalid.

FA09 Min frequency of PID adjusting (Hz) Setting range: F112~F111

The min frequency is set by FA09 when PID adjusting is valid.

FA10 Dormancy delay time (S)

FA11 Wake delay time (S)

Setting range: 0~500.0

Setting range: 0.0~3000

Mfr’s value: 5.00

Mfr’s value: 15.0

Mfr’s value: 3.0

FA18 Whether PID adjusting target is changed 0: Invalid 1: Valid Mfr’s value: 1

When FA18=0, PID adjusting target can not be changed.

FA19 Proportion Gain P

FA20 Integration time I (S)

Setting range: 0.00~10.00

Setting range: 0.1~100.0

Mfr’s value: 0.3

Mfr’s value: 0.3

FA21 Differential time D (S)

FA22 PID sampling period (S)

Setting range: 0.0~10.0

Setting range: 0.1~10.0

Mfr’s value: 0.0

Mfr’s value: 0.1

Increasing proportion gain, decreasing integration time and increasing differential time can increase the

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dynamic response of PID closed-loop system. But if P is too high, I is too low or D is too high, system will not be steady.

PID adjusting period is set by FA22. It affects PID adjusting speed.

The following is PID adjusting arithmetic.

Negative feedback

+

P

I

+

+

Drive limit

Control

Object

Target

-

Value

D

+

Feedback

Gain

Feedback

Filter

Sensor

FA29 PID dead time (%)

0.0~10.0 Mfr’s value: 2.0

FA29, PID dead time has two functions. First, setting dead time can restrain PID adjustor oscillation. The greater this value is, the lighter PID adjustor oscillation is. But if the value of FA29 is too high, PID adjusting precision will decrease. For example: when FA29=2.0 and FA04=70, PID adjusting will not invalid during the feedback value from 68 to 72.

6.11 Torque control parameters

FC00 Speed/torque control selection

0:Speed control 1:Torque control 2:Terminal switchover 0

0: speed control. Inverter will run by setting frequency, and output torque will automatically match with the torque of load, and output torque is limited by max torque (set by manufacture.)

1: Torque control. Inverter will run by setting torque, and output speed will automatically match with the speed of load, and output speed is limited by max speed (set by FC23 and FC25). Please set the proper torque and speed limited.

2:Terminal switchover. User can set DIX terminal as torque/speed switchover terminal to realize switchover between torque and speed. When the terminal is valid, torque control is valid. When the terminal is invalid, speed control is valid.

FC01 Delay time of torque/speed control switchover(S) 0.0~1.0 0.1

This function is valid while terminal switchover.

FC02 Torque accel/decel time (S) 0.1~100.0 1

The time is for inverter to run from 0% to 100% of motor rated torque.

FC06 Torque given channel

0: Digital given (FC09)

1: Analog input AI1

2: Analog input AI2

FC07 Torque given coefficient 0~3.000

0

3.000

FC09 Torque given command value (%) 0~300.0 100.0

FC07: when input given torque reaches max value, FC07 is the ratio of inverter output torque and motor rated torque. For example, if FC06=1, F402=10.00, FC07=3.00, when AI1 channel output 10V, the output torque of inverter is 3 times of motor rated torque.

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FC14

FC15

FC16

Offset torque given channel

0: Digital given (FC17)

1: Analog input AI1

2: Analog input AI2

Offset torque coefficient 0~0.500

Offset torque cut-off frequency (%) 0~100.0

0

0.500

10.0

FC17 Offset torque command value (%) 0~50.0 10.00

· Offset torque is used to output larger start torque which equals to setting torque and offset torque when motor drives big inertia load. When actual speed is lower than the setting frequency by FC16, offset torque is given by FC14. When actual speed is higher than the setting frequency by FC16, offset torque is 0.

· When FC14

≠0, and offset torque reaches max value, FC15 is the ratio of offset torque and motor rated torque. For example: if FC14=1, F402=10.00 and FC15=0.500, when AI1 channel outputs 10V, offset torque is 50% of motor rated torque.

FC22 Forward speed limited channel

0: Digital given (FC23)

1: Analog input AI1

2: Analog input AI2

0

FC23 Forward speed limited (%)

10.0

FC24 Reverse speed limited channel

0~100.0

0: Digital given (FC25)

1: Analog input AI1

2: Analog input AI2

0

FC25 Reverse speed limited (%) 0~100.0 10.00

·Speed limited FC23/FC25: if given speed reaches max value, they are used to set percent of inverter output frequency and max frequency F111.

FC28

FC29

FC30

FC31

FC34

FC35

Electric torque limit channel

Electric torque limit coefficient

Electric torque limit (%)

Braking torque limit channel

Braking torque limit coefficient

Braking torque limit (%)

0: Digital given (FC30)

1: Analog input AI1

2: Analog input AI2

0~3.000

0~300.0

0: Digital given (FC35)

1: Analog input AI1

2: Analog input AI2

0~3.000

0~300.0

0

3.000

200.0

0

3.000

200.00

·When motor is in the electric status, output torque limit channel is set by FC28, and limit torque is set by FC29.

·When motor is in the Braking status, Braking torque limit channel is set by FC31, and limit torque is set by

FC34.

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Appendix 1 Trouble Shooting

When the inverter is tripped check what the cause is and rectify as required.

Take counter measures by referring to this manual in case of any malfunctions on inverter. Should it still be unsolved, contact the manufacturer. Never attempt any repairs without due authorization.

Table 1-1 Inverter’s Common Cases of Malfunctions

Fault

O.C.

OC1

O.L1

O.L2

O.E.

P.F1.

PF0

L.U.

O.H.

Description Causes Countermeasures

Overcurrent * too short acceleration time

Overcurrent 1

Inverter

Overload

Motor

Overload

DC

Over-Voltage

Input Phase loss

Output

Phase loss

Under-Voltage

Protection

Heatsink

Overheat

* short circuit at output side

* locked rotor with motor

* parameter tuning is not correct.

* load too heavy

*prolong acceleration time;

*whether motor cable is broken;

*check if motor overloads;

*reduce VVVF compensation value

* measure parameter correctly.

*reduce load; *check drive ratio;

*increase inverter’s capacity

* load too heavy

*reduce load; *check drive ratio;

*increase motor’s capacity

*supply voltage too high;

*load inertia too big

*deceleration time too short;

*motor inertia rise again

*parameter of speed loop PID is set abnormally.

*check if rated voltage is input;

*add braking resistance(optional);

*increase deceleration time

*set the parameter of rotary speed loop

PID correctly.

*phase loss with input power

*check if power input is normal;

*check if parameter setting is correct.

* Motor is broken

* Motor wire is loose.

* Inverter is broken

* check if wire of motor is loose.

* check if motor is broken.

*input voltage on the low side

*environment temperature too high;

*poor ventilation;

*fan damaged

*check if supply voltage is normal

*check if parameter setting is correct.

*improve ventilation;

*clean air inlet and outlet and radiator;

*install as required; compensation curve is too high. compensation curve.

AErr

Line disconnected

* Analog signal line disconnected

* Signal source is broken.

* Change the signal line.

* Change the signal source.

ERR1

ERR2

ERR3

ERR4

Password is wrong

Parameters tuning wrong

Current malfunction before running

Current zero excursion malfunction

*When password function is valid, password is set wrong.

*please set password correctly.

* incorrect motor parameters entered *please connect motor correctly.

*Current alarm signal exists before

*check if control board is connected with power board well. running.

*Flat cable is loosened.

*Current detector is broken.

*contact Parker

*check the flat cable.

*ask for help from manufacture.

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ERR5

PID parameters are set wrong,

* PID parameters are set wrong. * Set the parameters correctly.

CE

Communicatio n timeout

Communication fault

*PC/PLC does not send command at fixed time

*Check whether the communication line is connected reliably.

No P.F1 protection for single-phase and three-phase under 5.5kW.

Table 1-2 Motor Malfunction and Counter Measures

Malfunction Items to Be Checked Counter Measures

Motor not Running

Wiring correct? Setting correct? Too big with load? Motor is damaged? Malfunction protection occurs?

Get connected with power; Check wiring; Checking malfunction; Reduce load; Check against Table 1-1

Wrong Direction of

Motor Running

U, V, W wiring correct?

Parameters setting correct?

Motor Turning but

Speed Change not

Possible

To correct wiring

Setting the parameters correctly.

Wiring correct for lines with given frequency?

To correct wiring;

Correct setting of running mode?

Too big with load?

To correct setting; Reduce load

Motor’s rated value correct? Drive ratio Check motor nameplate data; Check

Motor Speed Too

High or Too Low

Motor Running

Unstable

Power Trip in-corrected? Check if inverter output voltage is abnormal? parameters setting; Check VVVF

Characteristic value

Reduce load; reduce load change,

Too big load? Too big with load change?

Phase loss? Motor malfunction. increase capacity;

Correct wiring.

Wiring current is too high?

Check input wring; Selecting matching air switch; Reduce load; checking inverter malfunction.

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Appendix 2 Selection of Braking Resistance

Applicable Motor

Inverter Models Applicable Braking Resistance

Power(kW)

10G-11-0015 0.2

10G-12-0070

10G-12-0100

10G-31-0015

10G-31-0025

10G-31-0035

10G-31-0045

10G-32-0050

10G-32-0070

10G-32-0100

10G-41-0006

10G-41-0010

10G-41-0015

10G-42-0020

10G-42-0030

10G-42-0040

10G-42-0065

10G-43-0080

10G-43-0090

10G-43-0120

10G-44-0170

0.37

0.55

0.75

1.1

1.5

2.2

0.2

0.37

0.55

0.75

1.1

1.5

2.2

0.2

0.37

0.55

0.75

1.1

1.5

2.2

3.0

4.0

5.5

7.5

10G-11-0025

10G-11-0035

10G-11-0045

10G-12-0050

10G-44-0230

10G-45-0320

11

15

150W/

60Ω

80W/500Ω

80W/200Ω

80W/150Ω

150W/150Ω

250W/120Ω

500W/120Ω

1kW/90Ω

1.5kW/80Ω

Note: in the occasion of large inertia load, if the braking resistor heat is excessive, please adopt the larger power of resistor than recommended resistor.

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Appendix 3 Communication Manual

I. General

Modbus is a serial and asynchronous communication protocol. Modbus protocol is a general language applied to PLC and other controlling units. This protocol has defined an information structure which can be identified and used by a controlling unit regardless of whatever network they are transmitted.

You can read reference books or ask for the details of MODBUS from manufactures.

Modbus protocol does not require a special interface while a typical physical interface is RS485.

II. Modbus Protocol

2.1 Transmission mode

2.1.1 Format

1) ASCII mode

Start Address Function

:

(0X3A)

Inverter

Address

Function

Code

Data

Data

Length

Data

1

LRC check

Data

N

High-order byte of LRC

Low-order byte of

LRC

2RTU mode

End

Return

(0X0D)

Line Feed

(0X0A)

Start

T1-T2-T3-T4

Address Function Data

Inverter

Address

Function

Code

N data

CRC check

Low-order byte of CRC

High-order byte of CRC

End

T1-T2-T3-T4

2.1.2 ASCII Mode

In ASCII mode, one Byte (hexadecimal format) is expressed by two ASCII characters.

For example, 31H (hexadecimal data) includes two ASCII characters’3(33H)’,’1(31H)’.

Common characters, ASCII characters are shown in the following table:

Characters

ASCII Code

‘0’

30H

‘1’

31H

‘2’

32H

‘3’

33H

‘4’

34H

‘5’

35H

‘6’

36H

Characters

ASCII Code

‘8’

38H

‘9’

39H

‘A’

41H

‘B’

42H

‘C’

43H

‘D’

44H

‘E’

45H

‘7’

37H

‘F’

46H

2.1.3 RTU Mode

In RTU mode, one Byte is expressed by hexadecimal format. For example, 31H is delivered to data packet.

2.2 Baud rate

Setting range: 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600

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2.3 Frame structure:

ASCII mode

Byte

1

7

0/1

1/2

Function

Start Bit (Low Level)

Data Bit

Parity Check Bit (None for this bit in case of no checking. Otherwise 1 bit)

Stop Bit (1 bit in case of checking, otherwise 2 bits)

2) RTU mode

Byte

1

8

0/1

1/2

2.4 Error Check

Function

Start Bit (Low Level)

Data Bit

Parity Check Bit (None for this bit in case of no checking. Otherwise 1 bit)

Stop Bit (1 bit in case of checking, otherwise 2 bits)

2.4.1 ASCII mode

Longitudinal Redundancy Check (LRC): It is performed on the ASCII message field contents excluding the ‘colon’ character that begins the message, and excluding the CRLF pair at the end of the message.

The LRC is calculated by adding together successive 8–bit bytes of the message, discarding any carries, and then two’s complementing the result.

A procedure for generating an LRC is:

1. Add all bytes in the message, excluding the starting ‘colon’ and ending CRLF. Add them into an 8–bit field, so that carries will be discarded.

2. Subtract the final field value from FF hex (all 1’s), to produce the ones–complement.

3. Add 1 to produce the twos–complement.

2.4.2 RTU Mode

Cyclical Redundancy Check (CRC): The CRC field is two bytes, containing a 16–bit binary value.

The CRC is started by first preloading a 16–bit register to all 1’s. Then a process begins of applying successive 8–bit bytes of the message to the current contents of the register. Only the eight bits of data in each character are used for generating the CRC. Start and stop bits, and the parity bit, do not apply to the

CRC.

A procedure for generating a CRC-16 is:

1. Load a 16–bit register with FFFF hex (all 1’s). Call this the CRC register.

2. Exclusive OR the first 8–bit byte of the message with the high–order byte of the 16–bit CRC register, putting the result in the CRC register.

3. Shift the CRC register one bit to the right (toward the LSB), zero–filling the MSB. Extract and examine the LSB.

4. (If the LSB was 0): Repeat Step 3 (another shift).

(If the LSB was 1): Exclusive OR the CRC register with the polynomial value A001 hex (1010 0000 0000

0001).

5. Repeat Steps 3 and 4 until 8 shifts have been performed. When this is done, a complete 8–bit byte will have been processed.

When the CRC is appended to the message, the low-order byte is appended first, followed by the

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2.4.3 Protocol Converter

It is easy to turn a RTU command into an ASCII command followed by the lists:

1) Use the LRC replacing the CRC.

2) Transform each byte in RTU command into a corresponding two byte ASCII. For example: transform

0x03 into 0x30, 0x33 (ASCII code for 0 and ASCII code for 3).

3) Add a ‘colon’ ( : ) character (ASCII 3A hex) at the beginning of the message.

4) End with a ‘carriage return – line feed’ (CRLF) pair (ASCII 0D and 0A hex).

So we will introduce RTU Mode in followed part. If you use ASCII mode, you can use the up lists to convert.

2.5 Command Type & Format

2.5.1 The listing below shows the function codes.

code

03 Read Holding Registers name description

Read the binary contents of holding registers in the slave.

(Less than 10 registers once time )

06 Preset Single Register Preset a value into holding register

2.5.2 Address and meaning

The part introduces inverter running, inverter status and related parameters setting.

Description of rules of function codes parameters address:

1) Use the function code as parameter address

General Series:

High-order byte: 01~0A (hexadecimal)

Low-order byte: 00~50 (max range) (hexadecimal) Function code range of each partition is not the same. The specific range refers to manual.

For example: parameter address of F114 is 010E (hexadecimal).

parameter address of F201 is 0201 (hexadecimal).

Note: in this situation, it allows to read six function codes and write only one function code.

Some function codes can only be checked but cannot be modified; some function codes can neither be checked nor be modified; some function codes can not be modified in run state; some function codes can not be modified both in stop and run state.

In case parameters of all function codes are changed, the effective range, unit and related instructions shall refer to user manual of related series of inverters. Otherwise, unexpected results may occur.

2) Use different parameters as parameter address

(The above address and parameters descriptions are in hexadecimal format, for example, the decimal digit 4096 is represented by hexadecimal 1000).

1. Running status parameters

Parameters Address Parameter Description(read only)

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1000

1001

1002

1003

1004

1005

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1006

1007

1008

1009

Output frequency

Output voltage

Output current

Pole numbers/ control mode, high-order byte is pole numbers, low-order byte is control mode.

Bus voltage

Drive ratio/inverter status

High-order byte is drive ratio, low-order byte is inverter status

Inverter status:

0X00: Standby mode 0X01: Forward running

0X02: Reverse running 0X04: Over-current (OC)

0X05: DC over-current (OE) 0X06: Input Phase loss (PF1)

0X07: Frequency Over-load (OL1) 0X08: Under-voltage (LU)

0X09: Overheat (OH) 0X0A: Motor overload (OL2)

0X0B: Interference (Err) 0X0C: LL

0X0D: External Malfunction (ESP) 0X0E: Err1 0X0F: Err2

0X10: Err3 0X11: Err4 0X12: OC1 0X13:PF0

0X14: Analog disconnected protection (AErr)

0X19: PID parameters are set incorrectly (Err5)

0X2D: Communication timeout (CE)

The percent of output torque

Inverter radiator temperature

PID given value

PID feedback value

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2. Control commands

Parameters Address

2000

2001

Parameters Description(write only)

Command meaning:

0001:Forward running (no parameters)

0002:Reverse running(no parameters)

0003:Deceleration stop 0004:Free stop

0005:Forward jogging start

0006:Forward jogging stop

0007:Reserved 0008:Run(no directions)0009:Fault reset

000A: Forward jogging stop 000B: Reverse jogging stop

Lock parameters

0001:Relieve system locked (remote control locked)

0002:Lock remote control (any remote control commands are no valid before unlocking)

0003: RAM and eeprom are permitted to be written.

0004: Only RAM is permitted to be written, eeprom is prohibited being written.

.

Reading parameter address

100A

100B

100C

100D

100E

1010

1011

1012

1013

Function

Read integer power value

DI terminal status

Terminal output status

AI1

AI2

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Present-stage speed value

1014

1015

1017

1018

Reserved

Remarks

The integer power value is read by PC.

DI1~DI5—bit0~bit4 bit0-OUT1 bit2-fault relay

0~4095 read input analog digital value

0~4095 read input analog digital value

Monitoring in which stage speed inverter is.

0000 Stage speed1 0001 stage speed 2

0010 Stage speed 3 0011 Stage speed 4

0100 Stage speed 5 0101 Stage speed 6

0110 Stage speed 7 0111 Stage speed 8

1000 Stage speed 9 1001 Stage speed 10

1010 Stage speed 11 1011 Stage speed 12

1100 Stage speed 13 1101 Stage speed 14

1110 Stage speed 15 1111 None

Current speed

Read accurate power value

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Monitoring current speed.

Correct the power to 1 decimal place.

2. Illegal Response When Reading Parameters

Command Description Function Data

Slave parameters response T he highest-order byte changes into 1.

Command meaning:

0001: Illegal function code

0002: Illegal address

0003: Illegal data

0004: Slave fault note 2

Note 2: Illegal response 0004 appears below two cases:

1. Do not reset inverter when inverter is in the malfunction state.

2. Do not unlock inverter when inverter is in the locked state.

2.5.3 Additional Remarks

Expressions during communication process:

Parameter Values of Frequency

=actual value X 100

Parameter Values of Time=actual value X 10

Parameter Values of Current=actual value X 100

Parameter Values of Voltage=actual value X 1

Parameter Values of Power (100A)=actual value X 1

Parameter Values of Power (1018)=actual value X 10

Writing parameter address Function Remarks

2002 AO1output percent is set by

PC/PLC.

F431=7

AO1 token output analog is controlled

Setting range: 0~1000 by PC/PLC.

2003

2004

2005

Reserved

Reserved

Multi-function output terminal DO1

Reserved

1 means token output is valid.

0 means token output is invalid.

2006

2007 Reserved

Parameter Values of Drive Ratio=actual value X 100

Parameter Values of Version No. =actual value X 100

Instruction: Parameter value is the value sent in the data package. Actual value is the actual value of inverter.

After PC/PLC receives the parameter value, it will divide the corresponding coefficient to get the actual value.

NOTE: Take no account of radix point of the data in the data package when PC/PLC transmits command to inverter. The valid value is range from 0 to 65535.

III Function Codes Related to Communication

Function Code Function Definition

F200

Source of start command

Setting Rang

0: Keypad command;

1: Terminal command;

2: Keypad+Terminal;

3:MODBUS;

4: Keypad+Terminal+MODBUS

Mfr’s Value

4

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F201

F203

F900

F901

Source of stop command

Main frequency source X

Inverter Address

Modbus Mode Selection

0: Keypad command;

1: Terminal command;

2: Keypad+Terminal;

3:MODBUS;

4: Keypad+Terminal+MODBUS

0: Digital setting memory;

1: External analog AI1;

2: External analog AI2;

3: Reserved

4: Stage speed control;

5: No memory by digital setting;

6:Reserved;

7: Reserved;

8: Reserved;

9: PID adjusting; 10: MODBUS

1~2 55

1: ASCII mode

2: RTU mode

4

1

1

0

F903

F904

Parity Check

Baud Rate(bps)

0: Invalid 1: Odd 2: Even

0: 1200 1: 2400 2: 4800

3: 9600 4: 19200 5: 38400

6: 57600

0

3

Please set functions code related to communication consonant with the PLC/PC communication parameters, when inverter communicates with PLC/PC.

IV Physical Interface

4.1 Interface instruction

Communication interface of RS485 is located on the most left of control terminals, marked underneath with

A+ and B-

4.2 Structure of Field Bus

Inverter

PLC/PC

Field Bus

Inverter

Connecting Diagram of Field Bus

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RS485 Half-duplex communication mode is adopted for AC10 series inverter. Daisy chain structure is adopted by 485 Bus-line. Do not use 'spur' lines or a star configuration. Reflect signals which are produced by spur lines or star configuration will interfere in 485 communications.

Please note that for the same time in half-duplex connection, only one inverter can have communication with PC/PLC. Should two or more than two inverters upload data at the same time, then bus competition will occur, which will not only lead to communication failure, but higher current to certain elements as well.

4.3. Grounding and Terminal

Terminal resistance of 120

Ω will be adopted for terminal of RS485 network, to diminish the reflection of signals. Terminal resistance shall not be used for intermediate network.

No direct grounding shall be allowed for any point of RS485 network. All the equipment in the network shall be well grounded via their own grounding terminal. Please note that grounding wires will not form closed loop in any case.

Terminal

Resistor

The distance should be less than 0.5M.

Terminal

Resistor

Connecting Diagram of Terminal Resistance

Please think over the drive capacity of PC/PLC and the distance between PC/PLC and inverter when wiring.

Add a repeaters if drive capacity is not enough.

All wiring connections for installation shall have to be made when the inverter is disconnected from power supply.

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V Examples

Eg1

: In RTU mode, change acc time (F114) to 10.0s in NO.01 inverter.

Query

Address Function

01 06

Register

Address Hi

01

Register

Address Lo

0E

Preset

Data Hi

00

Preset

Data Lo

64

CRC Lo CRC Hi

Function code F114 Value: 10.0S

E8 1E

Normal Response

Address

01

Function

06

Register

Address Hi

01

Register

Address Lo

0E

Response

Data Hi

00

Response

Data Lo

64

CRC Lo CRC Hi

E8

Function code F114 Normal Response

1E

Abnormal Response

Address

01

Function

86

Abnormal code

04

CRC Lo CRC Hi

43 A3

The max value of function code is 1. Slave fault

Eg 2:Read output frequency, output voltage, output current and current rotate speed from N0.2 inverter.

Host Query

Address Function

First Register

Address Hi

First Register

Address Lo

Register count Hi

Register count L0

CRC

Lo

CRC

Hi

02 03 10 00 00 04

Communication Parameters Address 1000H

Slave Response

40 FA

02 03 08 13 88 01 90 00 3C 02 00 82 F6

Output Frequency Output Voltage Output Current Numbers of Pole Pairs Control Mode

NO.2 Inverter’s output frequency is 50.00Hz, output voltage is 400V, output current is 6.0A, numbers of pole pairs are 2 and control mode keypad control.

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Eg 3 NO.1 Inverter runs forwardly.

Host Query:

Address Function

Register

Hi

Register

Lo

Write status Hi

Write status Lo

CRC Lo CRC Hi

01 06 20 00 00 01 43 CA

Communication parameters address 2000H Forward running

Slave Normal Response:

Address Function

Register

Hi

Register

Lo

Write status Hi

Write status Lo

CRC Lo CRC Hi

01 06 20 00 00 01 43 CA

Normal Response

Slave Abnormal Response:

Address

01

Function

86

Abnormal Code

01

CRC Lo

83

CRC Hi

A0

The max value of function code is 1. Illegal function code (assumption)

Eg4: Read the value of F113, F114 from NO.2 inverter

Host Query

Address Function

02 03

Register

Address Hi

01

Register

Address Lo

0D

Register

Count Hi

00

Register

Count L0

02

CRC

Lo

54

CRC

Hi

07

Communication Parameter Address F10DH Numbers of Read Registers

Slave Normal Response

:

Address Function

Byte count

The first parameters status Hi

The first parameters status Lo

The second parameters status Hi

The second parameters status Lo

CRC

Lo

CRC

Hi

02 03 04 03 E8 00 78 49

The actual value is 10.00. The actual value is 12.00.

Slave Abnormal Response

Address Function Code Abnormal Code CRC Lo CRC Hi

02 83 08 B0

The max value of function code is 1. Parity check fault

F6

61

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Appendix 4 The default applications

The drive is supplied with 5 Applications, application 0 to application 5. Please refer to following:

Application 1 is the factory default application, providing for basic speed control.

Application 2 supplies speed control using a manual or auto set-point.

Application 3 supplies speed control using preset speeds.

Application 4 supplies speed control using terminal.

Application 5 supplies speed control using PID.

Control wiring of application

Normally open push-button

2-position switch

Normally open contact (relay)

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Application 1: basic speed control (default)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

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This Application is ideal for general purpose applications. The set-point is the sum of the two analogue

Speed trim

Coast stop

Stop

Jog

Direction

Run

GND

REF

B

A

AO

1

AI

DI4

DI3

2

AI

10V

DI5

-

+

1

18

17

16

15

14

13

12

11

10

9

DI2

DI1

CM

24V

DO

TC

TB

TA

1

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

not used not used

Analog output

GND

Speed trim

F431=0 , running

AI 2 input 4-20 mA

Speed setpointAI 1 input 0-10V

10V

Coast stop

Stop

Jog

Direction

The jogging direction is controlled by DI2.

When the function is valid, inverter runs reverse

Run

CM

24V

not used

Relay output

inputs AI1 and AI2, providing Speed Set-point + Speed Trim capability.

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Application 2 : Auto/Manual Control

1 2

CT :

VT :

Linear compensatio

Square compensation

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Two Run inputs and two Set-point inputs are provided. The Auto/Manual switch selects which pair of inputs is active. The Application is sometimes referred to as Local/Remote.

Auto setpoint

Coast stop

Direction

Auto/manual select

Manual run

Auto run

B

-

18

A

+

17

AO

1

16

GND

15

AI

2

14

REF

AI

1

13

10V

12

DI5

11

DI4

10

DI3

9

DI2

8

DI1

7

CM

6

24V

DO

1

5

4

TC

3

TB

TA

2

1

not used not used

Analog output

F 431=0 , running

GND

Auto setpointAI 2 input 4- 20 mA

Manual setpoint AI1 input 0- 10V

10V

Coast stop

Direction

Auto / manual select

Manual run

Auto run

CM

24V

not used

The function is valid ,

The function is valid , manual run is selected.

Relay output

F 300=1 , inverter outputs fault signal.

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Application 3: Preset Speeds

TC TA

User relay

+

+

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This is ideal for applications requiring multiple discrete speed levels.

The set-point is selected from either the sum of the analogue inputs, or as one of up to eight other pre-defined speed levels. These are selected using DI2, DI3 and DI4, refer to the Truth Table below.

Coast stop

Preset select 1

Preset select 2

Preset select 3

Run forward

B

A

-

+

18

17

AO

1

GND

AI

2

REF

AI

1

Speed trim

10V

16

15

14

13

12

DI5

11

DI4

DI3

10

9

DI2

8

DI1

CM

7

6

24V

DO

TC

TB

TA

1

3

2

1

5

4

not used not used

Analog output

F 431=0 , running

GND

Speed trim AI 2 input 4- 20 mA

Speed setpoint AI 1 input 0- 10V

10V

Coast stop

Preset select 1

Preset select 2

Preset select 3

Auto run

CM

24V

not used

Relay output

See truth table below

See truth table below

See truth table below

F 300=1 , inverter outputs

Preset Speed Truth Table

DI4

0V

0V

0V

0V

24V

24V

24V

24V

DI3

0V

0V

24V

24V

0V

0V

24V

24V

DI2

0V

24V

0V

24V

0V

24V

0V

24V

Preset

5

6

7

8

1

2

3

4

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Application 4 : Raise/Lower Trim

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This Application mimics the operation of a motorised potentiometer. Digital inputs allow the set-point to be increased and decreased between limits. The Application is sometimes referred to as motorised

Potentiometer.

Coast stop

Reset

Lower input

Raise input

Run forward

B

-

A

+

AO

1

GND

AI

2

AI

DI2

DI1

CM

24V

TC

TB

TA

1

10V

DI5

DI4

DI3

DO

1

18

17

16

15

14

13

12

11

10

9

8

7

6

3

2

1

5

4

not used not used

Analog output F431=0 , running frequency is output.

GND

not used not used

10V

Coast stop

Reset

Lower input

Raise input

Run forward

CM

24V

not used

Relay output

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Application 5: PID

TC

User relay

TA

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7

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A simple application using a Proportional-Integral-Derivative 3-term controller. The set-point is taken from

AI1, with feedback signal from the process on AI2. The difference between these two signals is taken as the

PID error. The output of the PID block is then used as the drive set-point.

B

-

A

+

AO

1

GND not used not used

Analog output

F 431=0 , running frequency is output .

GND

Feedback source

18

17

16

15

14

AI

2

REF

AI

1

Given source

10V

DI5

13

12

11

Feedback source AI 2 input 4-20 mA

Speed setpoint AI1 input 0-10V

10V

Coast stop

Stop

Jog

DI4

DI3

10

9

Stop

Jog

The jogging direction is controlled by DI2.

Direction

DI2

8

Direction

Run

DI1

7

Run

inverter runs reverse .

CM

24V

CM

DO

1

TC

TB

TA

3

2

1

6

5

4

24V

not used

Relay output

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Appendix 5

Zoom Table of Function Code

Basic parameters: F100-F160

Function

Code

F100

F102

F103

F104

F105

F106

F107

F108

F109

F110

F111

F112

F113

F114

F115

F116

F117

F118

F119

F120

F121

F122

F123

F124

F125

F126

Function

Definition

User’s Password

Inverter’s Rated Current (A)

Inverter Power (kW)

Reserved

Software Edition No.

Control mode

Setting Range

0~9999

Setting range:

0:Sensorless vector control (SVC);

1: Reserved;

2: VVVF

3: Vector control 1

0: invalid; 1: valid

0~9999

0.0~10.00Hz

Mfr’s Value

Chang e

Subject to inverter model

О

Subject to inverter model

О

Subject to inverter model

2

Password Valid or Not

Setting User’s Password

Starting Frequency (Hz)

Holding Time of Starting

Frequency (S)

Max Frequency (Hz)

Jogging Acceleration Time

Jogging Deceleration Time

0.0~999.9

0.1~3000S

0.1~3000S

0.0

0

8 subject to inverter model

0.0

Min Frequency (Hz)

F113~650.0Hz

0.00Hz~F113

Target Frequency (Hz)

1 st

Acceleration Time (S)

1 st

Deceleration Time (S)

2 nd

Acceleration Time (S)

2 nd

Deceleration Time

(S)

Turnover Frequency (Hz)

Reference of setting accel/decel time

Forward/Reverse

Switchover dead-Time

Reserved

Reverse Running Forbidden

Minus frequency is valid in the mode of combined speed control.

Jogging Frequency

F112~F111

0.1~3000

0.1~3000

0.1~3000

0.1~3000

15.00~650.0

0: 0~50.00Hz

1: 0~ F111

0.0~3000

0: invalid; 1: valid

0:Invalid;1:valid

F112~F111

50.00

0.50

50.00 subject to inverter model

50.00

0

0.0

0

0

5.00Hz

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F127

F128

F129

F130

Skip Frequency A

Skip Width A

Skip Frequency B

Skip Width B

F131 Running Display Items

F132 Display items of stop

F133 Drive Ratio of Driven System

F134 Transmission-wheel radius

F135 Reserved

F136 Slip compensation

F137 Modes of torque compensation

0.00~650.0Hz

±2.50Hz

0.00~650.0Hz

±2.50Hz

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0-Output frequency / function code

1-Output rotary speed

2-Output current

4-Output voltage

8-PN voltage

16-PID feedback value

32-Temperature

64-Reserved

128-Linear speed

256-PID given value

512-Reserved

1024-Reserved

2048-Output power

4096- Output torque

0: frequency / function code

1: Keypad jogging

2: Target rotary speed

4: PN voltage

8: PID feedback value

16: Temperature

32: Reserved

64: PID given value

128: Reserved

256: Reserved

512: Setting torque

0+1+2+4+8=15

2+4=6

0.10~200.0 1.0

0.001~1.000

0~10

0.001

0

0: Linear compensation;

1: Square compensation;

2: User-defined multipoint compensation

3: Auto torque compensation

3

F138 Linear compensation 1~20

╳ subject to inverter model

F139 Square compensation

F140 User-defined frequency point 1

1:1.5; 2:1.8;

3:1.9; 4:2.0

0~F142

1

1.00

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F141 User-defined voltage point 1

F142 User-defined frequency point 2

0~100%

F140~F144

4

5.00

F143 User-defined voltage point 2

F144 User-defined frequency point 3

F145 User-defined voltage point 3

F146 User-defined frequency point 4

F155

Digital accessorial frequency setting

0~100%

F142~F146

0~100%

F144~F148

13

10.00

24

20.00

F147 User-defined voltage point 4

F148 User-defined frequency point 5

F149 User-defined voltage point 5

F150 User-defined frequency point 6

0~100%

F146~F150

0~100%

F148~F118

45

30.00

63

40.00

F151 User-defined voltage point 6

F152

Output voltage corresponding to turnover frequency

0~100%

10~100%

81

100

F153 Carrier frequency setting subject to inverter model subject to inverter model

F154

Automatic voltage rectification

Setting range:

0: Invalid 1: Valid

2:Invalid during deceleration process

0

0~F111 0

F156

Digital accessorial frequency polarity setting

F157 Reading accessorial frequency

F158

Reading accessorial frequency polarity

0~1 0

F159

Random carrier-wave frequency selection

F160

Reverting to manufacturer values

Running control mode: F200-F230

0: Control speed normally;

1: Random carrier-wave frequency

0: Not reverting to manufacturer values;

1: Reverting to manufacturer values

1

0

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F200 Source of start command

F201 Source of stop command

0: Keypad command;

1: Terminal command;

2: Keypad+Terminal;

3:MODBUS;

4: Keypad+Terminal+MODBUS

0: Keypad command;

1: Terminal command;

2: Keypad+Terminal;

3:MODBUS;

4: Keypad+Terminal+MODBUS

F202 Mode of direction setting

0: Forward running locking;

1: Reverse running locking;

2: Terminal setting

F203 Main frequency source X

F204 Accessorial frequency source Y

0: Digital setting memory;

1: External analog AI1;

2: External analog AI2;

3: Reserved;

4: Stage speed control;

5: No memory by digital setting;

6: Reserved;;

7: Reserved;

8: Reserved;

9: PID adjusting; 10: MODBUS

0: Digital setting memory;

1: External analog AI1;

2: External analog AI2;

3: Reserved;;

4: Stage speed control;

5: PID adjusting;

6: Reserved;;

F205

Reference for selecting accessorial frequency source Y range

0: Relative to max frequency;

1: Relative to main frequency X

4

4

0

0

0

0

100

F206 Accessorial frequency Y range

0~100%

F207 Frequency source selecting

F208

0: X; 1: X+Y;

2: X or Y (terminal switchover);

3: X or X+Y (terminal switchover);

4: Combination of stage speed and analog 5: X-Y

6: Reserved;

0: No function;

1: Two-line operation mode 1;

Terminal two-line/three-line

2: Two-line operation mode 2; operation control

3: three-line operation mode 1;

4: three-line operation mode 2;

5: start/stop controlled by direction pulse

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0

0

AC10

F209

Selecting the mode of stopping the motor

F210 Frequency display accuracy

0: stop by deceleration time;

1: free stop

0.01~2.00

F211 Speed of digital control

F212 Direction memory

0.01~100.00Hz/S

0: Invalid 1: Valid

F213 Auto-starting after repowered on

F221-F227

Reserved

0: invalid; 1: valid

F214 Auto-starting after reset 0: invalid; 1: valid

F215 Auto-starting delay time

F216

0.1~3000.0

Times of auto-starting in case of repeated faults

0~5

F217 Delay time for fault reset

F218

Reserved

F219

Write EEPORM by Modbus

0.0~10.0

0: invalid; 1: valid

F220

Frequency memory after power-down 0: invalid; 1: valid

F228

F229~F230

Application selection

Reserved

0: Invalid

1: Basic speed control

2: auto/manual control

3: Stage speed control

4: Terminal control;

5: PID control;

0

0.01

5.00

0

0

0

60.0

0

3.0

1

0

0

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Multifunctional Input and Output Terminals: F300-F330

Function

Code

F300

F301

F302

Function

Definition

Setting Range

Relay token output

DO1 token output

DO2 token output

0: no function;

1: inverter fault protection;

2: over latent frequency 1;

3: over latent frequency 2;

4: free stop;

5: in running status 1;

6: DC braking;

7: accel/decel time switchover;

8-9: Reserved;10: inverter overload pre-alarm;

11: motor overload pre-alarm;

12: stalling;

13: Inverter is ready to run

14: in running status 2;

15: frequency arrival output;

16: overheat pre-alarm;

17: over latent current output

18: Analog line disconnection protection

19: Reserved;

20: Zero current detecting output

21: DO1 controlled by PC/PLC

22: Reserved;

23: TA, TC fault relay output controlled by PC/PLC

24: Watchdog

25-39: Reserved;

40: High-frequency performance switchover

F303-F306 Reserved

F307

F308

F309

F310

F311

F312

Characteristic frequency 1

Characteristic frequency 2

Characteristic frequency width (%)

Characteristic current (A)

Characteristic current width (%)

Frequency arrival threshold (Hz)

F313-F315 Reserved

F112~F111

F112~F111

0~100

0~1000

0~100

0.00~5.00

Mfr’s Value

Change

5

10.00

50.00

50

Rated current

10

0.00

1

14

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F316

F317

F318

F319

F320

F324

F325

F326

F327

F328

F329

F330

F331

F332

F335

F336

F338

DI1 terminal function setting

DI2 terminal function setting

DI3 terminal function setting

DI4 terminal function setting

DI5 terminal function setting

Free stop terminal logic

External emergency stop terminal logic

Watchdog time

Stop mode

Terminal filter times

Reserved

Diagnostics of DIX terminal

Monitoring AI1

Monitoring AI2

Relay output simulation

DO1 output simulation

AO1 output simulation

0: no function;

1: running terminal;

2: stop terminal;

3: multi-stage speed terminal 1;

4: multi-stage speed terminal 2;

5: multi-stage speed terminal 3;

6: multi-stage speed terminal 4;

7: reset terminal;

8: free stop terminal;

9: external emergency stop terminal;

10: acceleration/deceleration forbidden terminal;

11: forward run jogging;

12: reverse run jogging;

13: UP frequency increasing terminal;

14: DOWN frequency decreasing terminal;

15: “FWD” terminal;

16: “REV” terminal;

17: three-line type input “X” terminal;

18: accel/decel time switchover 1;

19: Reserved;

20: Reserved;

21: frequency source switchover terminal;

34: Accel / decel switchover 2

48: High-frequency switchover

52: Jogging (no direction)

53: Watchdog

54: Frequency reset

55: switchover between manual running and auto running

56: Manual running

57: Auto running

58: Direction

0: positive logic (valid for low level);

1: negative logic (valid for high level)

11

9

15

16

7

0

0

0.0~3000.0

0: Free stop 1: Deceleration to stop

1~100

Setting range:

0:Output active.

1:Output inactive.

Setting range: 0~4095

0

0

0

10.0

0

10

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Analog Input and Output: F400-F480

F400 Lower limit of AI1 channel input

F401

Corresponding setting for lower limit of AI1 input

F402 Upper limit of AI1 channel input

0.00~F402

0~F403

F400~10.00

F403

Corresponding setting for upper limit of

AI1 input

Max(1.00,F401)~2.00

F404 AI1 channel proportional gain K1 0.0~10.0

F405 AI1 filtering time constant 0.01~10.0

0.01

1.00

10.00

2.00

1.0

0.10

F406 Lower limit of AI2 channel input

F423 AO1 output range

F424 AO1 lowest corresponding frequency

0.00~F408

F407

Corresponding setting for lower limit of

AI2 input

F408 Upper limit of AI2 channel input

0~F409

F406~10.00

F409

Corresponding setting for upper limit of AI2 input

F410 AI2 channel proportional gain K2

Max(1.00,F407)~2.00

0.0~10.0

F411 AI2 filtering time constant

0.01~10.0

0~0.50V (Positive-Negative)

F418 AI1 channel 0Hz voltage dead zone

F419 AI2 channel 0Hz voltage dead zone 0~0.50V (Positive-Negative)

0: Local keypad panel

F421 Panel selection

1: Remote control keypad panel

2: Local keypad + remote control keypad

F422 Reserved

0:0~5V;1:0~10V or

0-20mA 2: 4-20mA

0.0~F425

0.01V

1.00

10.00V

2.00

1.0

0.10

0.00

0.00

1

1

0.05Hz

F425 AO1 highest corresponding frequency F424~F111 50.00Hz

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F426 AO1 output compensation

F427-

F430

Reserved

0~120

F431 AO1 analog output signal selecting

F433

F434

0: Running frequency;

1: Output current;

2: Output voltage;

3: Analog AI1;

4: Analog AI2;

6: Output torque;

7: Given by PC/PLC;

8: Target frequency

Corresponding current for full range of external voltmeter

0.01~5.00 times of rated current

Corresponding current for full range of external ammeter

F435-

F436

Reserved

F437 Analog filter width 1~100

F438-

F459

Reserved

F460

F461

AI1channel input mode

AI2 channel input mode

0: straight line mode

1: folding line mode

0: straight line mode

1: folding line mode

F462 AI1 insertion point A1 voltage value F400~F464

F463 AI1 insertion point A1 setting value F401~F465

F464 AI1 insertion point A2 voltage value F462~F466

F465 AI1 insertion point A2 setting value F463~F467

F466 AI1 insertion point A3 voltage value F464~F402

F467 AI1 insertion point A3 setting value F465~F403

F468 AI2 insertion point B1 voltage value F406~F470

F469 AI2 insertion point B1 setting value F407~F471

F470 AI2 insertion point B2 voltage value F468~F472

F471 AI2 insertion point B2 setting value F469~F473

F472 AI2 insertion point B3 voltage value F470~F412

F473 AI2 insertion point B3 setting value F471~F413

0

0

100

0

2

2

10

2.00V

1.20

5.00V

1.50

8.00V

1.80

2.00V

1.20

5.00V

1.50

8.00V

1.80

Multi-stage Speed Control: F500-F580

F500 Stage speed type

0: 3-stage speed;

1: 15-stage speed;

2: Max 8-stage speed auto circulating

F501

Selection of Stage Speed Under

Auto-circulation Speed Control

2~8

F502

Selection of Times of Auto- Circulation

Speed Control

0~9999(when the value is set to 0, the inverter will carry out infinite circulating)

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1

7

0

*

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F503

Status after auto circulation running

Finished

F504 Frequency setting for stage 1 speed

F505

Frequency setting for stage 2 speed

F506

Frequency setting for stage 3 speed

F507

Frequency setting for stage 4 speed

F508

Frequency setting for stage 5 speed

F509

Frequency setting for stage 6 speed

F510

Frequency setting for stage 7 speed

F511

Frequency setting for stage 8 speed

F512

Frequency setting for stage 9 speed

F513

Frequency setting for stage 10 speed

F514

Frequency setting for stage 11 speed

F515

Frequency setting for stage 12 speed

F516

Frequency setting for stage 13 speed

F517

Frequency setting for stage 14 speed

F518

Frequency setting for stage 15 speed

F519-

F533

F534-

F548

Acceleration time setting for the speeds from Stage 1 to stage 15

Deceleration time setting for the speeds from Stage 1 to stage 15

F549-

F556

F557-

F564

Running directions of stage speeds from Stage 1 to stage 8

Running time of stage speeds from

Stage 1 to stage 8

F565-

F572

F573-

F579

Stop time after finishing stages from

Stage 1 to stage 8.

Running directions of stage speeds from Stage 9 to stage 15.

F580 Reserved

Auxiliary Functions: F600-F670

0: Stop

1: Keep running at last stage speed

F112~F111

F112~F111

F112~F111

F112~F111

F112~F111

F112~F111

F112~F111

F112~F111

F112~F111

F112~F111

F112~F111

F112~F111

F112~F111

F112~F111

F112~F111

0.1~3000S

0.1~3000S

0: forward running;

1: reverse running

0.1~3000S

0.0~3000S

0: forward running;

1: reverse running

0

5.00Hz

10.00Hz

15.00Hz

20.00Hz

25.00Hz

30.00Hz

35.00Hz

40.00Hz

5.00Hz

10.00Hz

15.00Hz

20.00Hz

25.00Hz

30.00Hz

35.00Hz

Subject to inverter model

0

1.0S

0.0S

0

F600 DC Braking Function Selection

F601 Initial Frequency for DC Braking

F602 DC Braking efficiency before Starting

F603 DC Braking efficiency During Stop

F604

Braking Lasting Time Before Starting

F605

Braking Lasting Time During Stopping

F606 Reserved

F607

Selection of Stalling Adjusting

Function

F608 Stalling Current Adjusting (%)

0: Invalid;

1: braking before starting;

2: braking during stopping;

3: braking during starting and stopping

0.20~50.00

0~100

0

1.00

10

0~100

0.00~30.00

0.00~30.00

10

0.50

0.50

0: invalid; 1: valid

60~200

0

160

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F609 Stalling Voltage Adjusting (%)

F610 Stalling Protection Judging Time

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100~200

0.1~3000

F611 Dynamic Braking threshold (V)

F708

F709

Record of The Latest Malfunction

Type

Record of Malfunction Type for Last but One

200~1000

F612

Dynamic braking duty ratio (%)

F613-

F621

Reserved

0~100%

F622

Dynamic braking mode

0: Fixed duty ratio

1: Auto duty ratio

F623-

F630

Reserved

F631 VDC adjustment selection

F632

Target voltage of VDC adjustor

(V)

F633-

F649

Reserved

0: invalid 1: valid

200-800

F650 High-frequency performance

F651 Switchover frequency 1

F652 Switchover frequency 2

F653-

F670

Reserved

Setting range:

0: Invalid 1: Terminal enabled

2: Enabled mode 1

3: Enabled mode 2

F652-150.00

0-F651

Timing Control and Protection: F700-F770

F700

F701

Selection of terminal free stop mode

Delay time for free stop and programmable terminal action

0: free stop immediately;

1: delayed free stop

0.0~60.0s

F702

Fan control mode

0:controlled by temperature

1: Running when inverter is powered on

2: Controlled by running status

F703

Reserved

F704

Inverter Overloading pre-alarm

Coefficient (%)

50~100

F705 Overloading adjusting gains 50~100

F706 Inverter Overloading coefficient%

F707 Motor Overloading coefficient %

120~190

20~100

Setting range:

2: Over current (OC)

3: over voltage (OE)

4: input phase loss (PF1)

5: inverter overload (OL1)

6: under voltage (LU)

7: overheat (OH)

8: motor overload (OL2)

100.00

95.00

0

0.0

2

80

80

150

100

140

60.0 inverter model

80

0

0

Subject to inverter model

√〇

×〇

2

√〇

√〇

AC10

F710

Record of Malfunction Type for Last but Two

11: external malfunction (ESP)

13. studying parameters without motor (Err2)

16: Over current 1 (OC1)

17: output phase loss (PF0)

18: Aerr analog disconnected

23: Err5 PID parameters are set wrong

24: Communication timeout

(CE)

F711

F712

F713

F714

Fault Frequency of The Latest

Malfunction

Fault Current of The Latest

Malfunction

Fault PN Voltage of The Latest

Malfunction

Fault Frequency of Last Malfunction but One

F715 Fault Current of Last Malfunction but One

F716 Fault PN Voltage of Last Malfunction but One

F717 Fault Frequency of Last Malfunction but Two

F718 Fault Current of Last Malfunction but Two

F719 Fault PN Voltage of Last Malfunction but Two

F720 Record of overcurrent protection fault times

F721 Record of overvoltage protection fault times

F722 Record of overheat protection fault times

F723 Record of overload protection fault times

F724 Input phase loss

F725 Reserved

F726 Overheat

F727 Output phase loss

F728 Input phase loss filtering constant

F730 Overheat protection filtering constant

F732

Voltage threshold of under-voltage protection

F737 Over-current 1 protection

F738 Over-current 1 protection coefficient

F739 Over-current 1 protection record

F740-

F744

Reserved

F745 Threshold of pre-alarm overheat (%)

F747 Carrier frequency auto-adjusting

F754 Zero-current threshold (%)

F755 Duration time of zero-current

0: invalid; 1: valid

0: invalid; 1: valid

0: invalid; 1: valid

0.1~60.0

0.1~60.0

0~450

0: Invalid 1:Valid

0.50~3.00

0~100

0: Invalid 1: Valid

0~200

0~60

1

1

0

0.5

5.0 inverter model

80

1

5

0.5

0

2.50

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○╳

○╳

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Motor parameters: F800-F830

F800 Motor’s parameters selection

Setting range:

0: Invalid;

1: Rotating tuning.;

2: Stationary tuning

F801 Rated power

F802 Rated voltage

0.2~1000kW

1~1000V

F803 Rated current

F804 Number of motor poles

F805 Rated rotary speed

F806 Stator resistance

F807 Rotor resistance

F808 Leakage inductance

F809 Mutual inductance

F810 Motor rated power

F812 Pre-exciting time

F813 Rotary speed loop KP1

0.1~6500A

2~100

1~30000

0.001~65.00

Ω

0.001~65.00

Ω

0.01~650.0mH

0.1~6500mH

1.00~300.0Hz

0.000~3.000S

0.01~20.00

F814 Rotary speed loop KI1

0.01~2.00

0

4

50.00

0.30

○╳

○╳

Subject to inverter model

○╳

○╳

○╳

○△

○╳

○╳

○╳

○╳

Subject to inverter model

F815 Rotary speed loop KP2

0.01~20.00

F816 Rotary speed loop KI2

F817 PID switching frequency 1

F818 PID switching frequency 2

F819~

F860

Reserved

0.01~2.00

0~F111

F817~F111

Communication parameter: F900-F930

F900 Communication Address

F901

Communication Mode

F902 Reserved

F903 Parity Check

F904 Baud Rate

1~255: single inverter address

0: broadcast address

1: ASCII 2: RTU

1

1

0: Invalid 1: Odd 2: Even 0

0: 1200; 1: 2400; 2: 4800;

3: 9600 ; 4: 19200 5: 38400

6: 57600

3

0.0~3000.0 0.0 F905 Communication timeout

F906-

F930

Reserved

Subject to inverter model

Subject to inverter model

5.00

50.00

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PID parameters: FA00-FA80

FA01

PID adjusting target given source

0: FA04 1: AI1 2: AI2

0

FA02

PID adjusting feedback given source

1: AI1 2: AI2

0

FA03

FA04

FA05

Max limit of PID adjusting

(%)

FA04~100.0

Digital setting value of PID

FA05~FA03 adjusting (%)

Min limit of PID adjusting

(%)

0.0~FA04

10.00

50.0

0.0

FA06 PID polarity

0: Positive feedback

1: Negative feedback

1

FA07 Dormancy function selection 0: Valid 1: Invalid

FA09

Min frequency of PID adjusting (Hz)

Max(F112, 0.1)~F111

0

5.00

FA10 Dormancy delay time (S) 0~500.0 15.0

FA11 Wake delay time (S)

FA18

Whether PID adjusting target is changed

FA19 Proportion Gain P

FA20 Integration time I (S)

FA21 Differential time D (S)

FA22 PID sampling period (S)

FA29 PID dead time (%)

0.0~3000

0: Invalid 1: Valid

0.00~10.00

0.0~100.0S

0.00~10.00

0.1~10.0s

0.0~10.0

3.0

1

0.3

0.3

0.0

0.1

2.0

Torque control parameters: FC00-FC40

FC00

FC01

Speed/torque control selection 0:Speed control

1:Torque control

2:Terminal switchover

Delay time of torque/speed control

0.0~1.0 switchover(S)

FC02 Torque accel/decel time (S)

FC03-

FC05

Reserved

0.1~100.0

FC06 Torque given channel

0: Digital given (FC09)

1: Analog input AI1

2: Analog input AI2

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0

0.1

1

0

AC10

FC07 Torque given coefficient

FC08 Reserved

FC09 Torque given command value (%)

FC10-

FC13

Reserved

0~3.000

0~300.0

FC14 Offset torque given channel

FC15 Offset torque coefficient

FC16 Offset torque cut-off frequency (%)

FC17 Offset torque command value (%)

FC18-

FC21

Reserved

0: Digital given (FC17)

1: Analog input AI1

2: Analog input AI2

0~0.500

0~100.0

0~50.0

FC22

FC23

FC24

Forward speed limited channel

Forward speed limited (%)

Reverse speed limited channel

0: Digital given (FC23)

1: Analog input AI1

2: Analog input AI

0~100.0

0: Digital given (FC25)

1: Analog input AI1

2: Analog input AI

FC25 Reverse speed limited (%)

FC26-

FC27

Reserved

0~100.0

FC28 Electric torque limited channel

FC29

Electric torque limited coefficient

FC30

Electric torque limited (%)

FC31

FC32

FC33

Reserved

Reserved

Braking torque limited channel

FC34 Braking torque limited coefficient

FC35 Braking torque limited (%)

FC36-

FC40

Reserved

0: Digital given (FC30)

1: Analog input AI1

2: Analog input AI2

0~3.000

0~300.0

0: Digital given (FC35)

1: Analog input AI1

2: Analog input AI2

0~3.000

0~300.0

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0

0

0

10.00

0

0

3.000

200.00

3.000

100.0

0.500

10.00

10.00

10.00

3.000

200.0

AC10

Note: × indicating that function code can only be modified in stop state.

√ indicating that function code can be modified both in stop and run state.

△ indicating that function code can only be checked in stop or run state but cannot be modified.

○ indicating that function code cannot be initialized as inverter restores manufacturer’s value but can only be modified manually.

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AC10

Appendix 6 Compliance

APPLICABLE STANDARDS

EN 61800-3:2004 Adjustable speed electrical power drive systems – Part 3: EMC requirements and specific test methods.

EN 61800-5-1:2007 Adjustable speed electrical power drive systems – Part 5-1: Safety requirements –

Electrical, thermal and energy.

EN 61800-5-2:2007 Adjustable speed electrical power drive systems – Part 5-2: Safety requirements –

Functional.

EN ISO 13849-1:2008 Safety of machinery – Safety-related parts of control systems – Part 1: General principles for design.

EN 60204-1:2006 Safety of machinery – Electrical equipment of machines – Part 1: General requirements.

EN 61000-3-2:2006 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) - Part 3-2: Limits – Limits for harmonic current emissions (equipment input current up to and including 16A per phase).

IEC 61000-3-12:2011 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 3-12: Limits – Limits for harmonic currents produced by equipment connected to public low-voltage systems with input currents >16A and

≤75A per phase.

EN 61000-6-2:2007 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 6-2: General standards – Immunity for industrial environments.

EN 61000-6-3:2007 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 6-3: General standards - Emission standard for residential, commercial and light-industrial environments.

EN 61000-6-4:2007 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 6-4: General standards – Emission standard for residential, commercial and light-industrial environments.

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RESTRICTION, EVALUATION, AUTHORISATION AND RESTRICTION OF

CHEMICALS (REACH)

The Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 December 2006 concerning the Registration, Evaluation, Authorization, and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH) entered into force on June 1, 2007. Parker agrees with the purpose of REACH which is to ensure a high level of protection of human health and the environment. Parker is compliant with all applicable requirements of

REACH.

As of 19 th

December 2011 VSD products manufactured and marketed by Parker do not contain substances on the REACH SVHC candidate list in concentrations greater than 0.1% by weight per article.

Parker will continue to monitor the developments of the REACH legislation and will communicate with our customers according to the requirement above.

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Declaration

AC10 S

ERIES

V

ARIABLE

S

PEED

D

RIVES

M

ANUFACTURERS

EC D

ECLARATIONS OF

C

ONFORMITY

Date CE marked first applied: 01/12/13

EMC Directive

In accordance with the EC Directive

2004/108/EC

We Parker Hannifin Manufacturing Limited, address as below, declare under our sole responsibility that the above

Electronic Products when installed and operated with reference to the instructions in the Product Manual

(provided with each piece of equipment) is in accordance with the relevant clauses from the following standards:-

EN 61800-3 (2004)(+A1:2012)

Note: Filtered versions

Low Voltage Directive

In accordance with the EC Directive

2006/95/EC

We Parker Hannifin Manufacturing Limited, address as below, declare under our sole responsibility that the above Electronic Products when installed and operated with reference to the instructions in the Product Manual

(provided with each piece of equipment), is in accordance with the following standard :-

EN 61800-5-1 (2007)

M

ANUFACTURERS

D

ECLARATIONS OF

C

ONFORMITY

EMC Declaration Low Voltage and Machinery Directives

We Parker Hannifin Manufacturing Limited, address as below, declare under our sole responsibility that the above

Electronic Products when installed and operated with reference to the instructions in the Product Manual

(provided with each piece of equipment) is in accordance with the relevant clauses from the following standards:-

BSEN61800-3 (2004)(+A1:2012)

Notes:

Non-filtered versions

This is provided to aid justification for EMC Compliance when the unit is used as a component.

The above Electronic Products are components to be incorporated into machinery and may not be operated alone.

The complete machinery or installation using this equipment may only be put into service when all safety considerations of the Directive 2006/42/EC are fully implemented.

Particular reference should be made to EN60204-1

(Safety of Machinery - Electrical Equipment of

Machines).

All instructions, warnings and safety information of the

Product Manual must be implemented.

Mr. Jonathan McCormick

(UK Quality Assurance & Compliance Manager)

Parker Hannifin Manufacturing Limited, Automation Group, SSD Drives Europe,

NEW COURTWICK LANE, LITTLEHAMPTON, WEST SUSSEX BN17 7RZ

TELEPHONE: +44 (0) 1903 737000, FAX: +44 (0)1903 737100

Registered Number 4806503 England. Registered Office: 55 Maylands Avenue, Hemel Hempstead, Herts HP2 4SJ

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