Product Transition Guide GPD 506/P5 to P7
Product Transition Guide
GPD 506/P5 to P7
PL.P7.06.TransitionP5
Product Transition Guide
GPD506/P5 to P7
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Contents
FEATURE OVERVIEW ........................................................................................ 5
BENEFITS OF THE NEW P7 WHEN COMPARED TO GPD506/P5 ................... 5
NEW/ADDITIONAL P7 PARAMETER FUNCTIONS NOT PRESENT IN THE GPD506/P5 ...................... 5
P7 DIGITAL INPUTS (ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS) ............................................................................. 6
P7 DIGITAL INPUTS (ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS) ............................................................................. 6
P7 ANALOG INPUT (ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS) .............................................................................. 6
P7 DIGITAL OUTPUT RELAY (ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS)................................................................. 6
P7 ANALOG OUTPUTS (ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS)......................................................................... 6
P7 SERIAL COMMUNICATIONS .................................................................................................... 7
P7 START-UP, INSTALLATION & MAINTENANCE IMPROVEMENTS .................................................... 7
P7 ADDITIONAL HARDWARE PROTECTION ................................................................................... 7
REASONS TO CONTINUE GPD506/P5 ........................................................................................ 7
GPD506/P5 TO P7 SPECIFICATION DIFFERENCES ........................................ 9
DIGITAL OPERATOR COMPARISON .............................................................. 12
GPD506/P5 TO P7 TERMINAL COMPARISON ................................................ 13
NETWORK COMMUNICATIONS ...................................................................... 17
DETAILS ON NEW P7 FEATURES & FUNCTIONS ......................................... 18
APPENDIX 1 ...................................................................................................... 19
RATINGS AND HEAT LOSS COMPARISON ................................................................................... 19
NEC HP RATINGS FOR 240V NORMAL DUTY MODELS .............................................................. 21
NEC HP RATINGS FOR 480V NORMAL DUTY MODELS .............................................................. 22
HEAT LOSS DATA .................................................................................................................... 23
APPENDIX 2 ...................................................................................................... 25
MECHANICAL DIMENSIONS ....................................................................................................... 25
PANEL CUT-OUT FOR EXTERNAL HEATSINK MOUNTING .............................................................. 27
MOUNTING HOLE DATA............................................................................................................ 28
APPENDIX 3 – PARAMETER CROSS REFERENCE....................................... 29
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Product Transition Guide
GPD506/P5 to P7
Feature Overview
This document details differences between the GPD506/P5 and P7 product to assist in product transition and new product
introduction.
GPD506/P5 Drive
P7 Drive
The GPD 506/P5 inverter is
intended for fan and pump
applications in Building and
Industrial Automation. It is
available in constant and
variable torque ratings, 3/4 to
500 horsepower.
The P7 drive is an ideal choice for
industrial applications, such as
centrifugal fans and pumps. The
P7 drive is provided in Normal
Duty ratings with 110% overload
capability. V/f control mode,
network communication options,
and an array of input/output
choices are available.
Benefits of the New P7 When Compared to GPD506/P5
New/Additional P7 Parameter Functions not
Present in the GPD506/P5
New PI Snooze function available in conjunction with
Sleep mode (b5-21)
Adjustable Undervoltage Detection level (L2-05) not
available in GPD506/P5
Speed search function with new Speed Estimation
mode and Bi-directional search mode (b3-01)
New Setpoint PI features include:
Two feedback capability, Output Limit, Offset
adjustment, Primary delay, Output gain, Output reverse,
Setpoint accel/decel, Setpoint display scaling,
Selectable sleep input source, Snooze function, Setpoint
boost, Fdbk square root function with output monitor.
(b5-06, b5-07, b5-08, b5-10, b5-11, b5-17 thru 30)
Separately adjustable e-stop times (C1-09)
Accel/decel rate switchover via output frequency (C111)
14 more V/f presets than GPD506/P5 for a total of 15
V/f preset patterns (E1-03)
Mid frequency and voltage V/f points on the custom
V/f pattern (E1-11,12)
Trim speed control function (d4-02)
New Motor preheat function with adjustable current
setting to prevent condensation in motor, (b2-09)
P7 is flash memory upgradeable
Accel/Decel range now adjustable from 0.1 to 6000 sec.
(GPD506/P5 max. range is 3600)
Critical frequency rejection: 3 selectable, adjustable
bands, d3-03—Jump frequency 3 (additional)
(GPD506/P5 only has two)
New Wait To Run Timer function allowing output of
drive to delay start after a Run command (b1-11)
Torque boost with adjustable filter time for better
torque compensation response (C4-02)
Power loss ride-thru time settable to 25 sec.
(GPD506/P5 is 2 sec. Max.)
Auto restart now has maximum restart time after fault if
fault condition doesn’t clear during the first try
New "Up/Down" floating point control capability
Primary resistance auto-tuning
Customizable monitor display
Run permissive input
New/Additional P7 Parameter Functions not
Present in the GPD506/P5
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Motor thermistor input with
temperature filter and selectable
fault ,alarm settings (L1-02 to L105)
Intelligent stall prevention on
accel/decel with decel time 1 or 2
selections (L3-01,4,5)
Extended 0.5 to 600.0 sec. autorestart time between attempts vs.
10.0 secs for GPD506/P5 (L5-03)
Hunting prevention function (n101,2)
DC Injection braking (b1-03)
Run command can be accepted
while the drive is being programmed (b1-08)
High slip braking function (n3-01,2,3,4)
Selectable power-up monitor (o1-01,2)
Keypad display contrast adjustment (o1-05)
Two independent programmable over and under torque
detection levels
P7 Analog Input (Additional Functions)
A convenient PCB switch now changes analog input A2
between current and voltage, cutting PCB jumper for
mA signal is no longer required.
Adjustable analog input signal filter for added stability
Terminal A2 is selectable for :
Frequency bias
Motor thermister
PI differential
Analog input filter
Main and Aux frequency reference is selectable
between terminals A1 and A2
P7 Digital Output Relay (Additional Functions)
27 possible programmable functions for the digital
outputs, seven more than the GPD506/P5.
One additional relay output, M3 and M4 relays
DC bus under voltage output
Reset command active output
Reverse direction output
Drive enable output
OH frequency reduction output
Restart Enabled
P7 Digital Inputs (Additional Functions)
One more digital input for a total of seven
More versatile PNP/NPN sinking/sourcing 24 VDC
control logic
Transmitter/option power supply
29 more programmable functions for digital inputs than
GPD506/P5. 59 total :
Motor Preheat
MOP increase/decrease function
Forward and reverse jog input
Trim control increase and decrease functions
15 additional external fault action settings such as Faststop, Alarm only, Coast to stop with selectable N.O or
N.C. for each fault action.
PI integral hold and PI cancel functions
Speed search 3
Serial Communication test mode
High slip braking input
Jog 2
P7 Analog Outputs (Additional Functions)
P7 Digital Inputs (Additional Functions)
Drive enable, with selectable accept run command or
cycle run command function
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Additional AM analog monitor output with bias and
gain settings.
Analog monitors now selectable between 0-10V and 420ma, GPD506/P5 only 0-10V
18 programmable selections for the analog outputs, 14
more than the GPD506/P5.
Frequency reference monitor
Terminal A1 or A2 monitor
Motor SEC current monitor
SFS output monitor
PI- feedback, input, output and setpoint monitors
PI feedback 2 monitor
Output Voltage
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P7 Start-up, Installation & Maintenance
Improvements
Control terminal board: Quick disconnect
Enhanced digital keypad, 5 Line x 16 Character LCD
(Std)
6 new languages can be displayed on the keypad.
GPD506/P5 has only English (A1-00)
User password protection for 32 customizable user
parameters (A1-04)
A2-01 thru A2-32—User access level provides 32 user
selectable parameters.
Parameter copy function to another P7 using standard
digital operator (o3-01)
Improved fault storage, last 10 faults
Quick disconnect I/O blocks for easy wiring
Logged cooling fan hours for scheduled maintenance
Modular cooling fan for easy replacement
Automatic cooling fan run control to extend fan life
P7 Additional Hardware Protection
P7 Serial Communications
Built-in RS-485/422 modbus serial communications
Optional communication interface: Devicenet, Profibus,
and others
Serial communications loss detection timeout function
Drive Wizard upload/download and monitoring
/graphing software
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Adjustable heat-sink overheat pre-alarm level (L8-02)
Selectable ground fault detection (L8-09)
Selectable cooling fan operation with off delay (L810,11)
Automatic ambient temperature compensation to
protect the drive in environments exceeding its rating
(L8-12)
Adjustable OH frequency reference reduction (L8-19)
Adjustable motor overload time constant (L1-02)
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GPD506/P5 to P7 Specification Differences
Feature
Item
or Function
Performance Features
Yaskawa GPD506/P5 Yaskawa P7
HP Range
240V
0.75 to 125HP (VT)
5 to 150HP (ND2)
Note: The voltage rating in
the “Item” column is
generalized. Refer to the
Service Conditions section
for rated input voltage
requirements.
Overload Rating
480V
0.75 to 500HP (VT)
5 to 500HP (ND2)
600V
2 to 200HP (VT)
Available w/GPD506/P5
Not Available in P7
% for Minutes
150% for 1 min (CT)
200% peak
120% for 1 min (VT)
180% peak
110% for 1 min (ND2)
150% peak
PWM Carrier Frequency
Range
See Carrier Frequency Table
See Carrier Frequency Table
Max. Output Frequency
Hz
400Hz
0 To 120Hz
Speed Range
V/f
40:1
40:1
Fault Action
Coast, Ramp, Continue
--Coast, Ramp, Continue or
Continue with reduced speed
--OH Pre-alarm level setting
Qty of keys
7
11
Language
1
7 (w/LCD)
Copy Function
No
Display
LCD display, alpha numeric, 16
char x 2 lines
Protective Features
Heat Sink Temperature Fault
Design Features
Keypad Design
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Yes
LCD display, alpha numeric, 16
char x 5 lines, backlit
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GPD506/P5 to P7 Specification Differences (continued)
Feature
Item
or Function
Design Features (continued)
Network Communications
Yaskawa GPD506/P5
Auto-Tuning
Speed Search
Synchronized Start
PI / PID Control
Sleep Function
Automatic Restart
V/Hz Patterns
Skip Frequencies
Custom Drive Software
Parameter Upload/Download
Accel/Decel Time
Closed Loop PID Control
DC Injection Function
Braking Function
Cooling Fan
Timer Function
Modbus RTU via built in
RS485/422
DeviceNet, Profibus-DP,
Lonworks,
Ethernet
Standard
Modbus RTU via RS232
Optional
RS232 to RS485, DeviceNet,
Lonworks, ApogeeFLN,
MetasysN2
Fault Storage
Last 4 Faults
Type
No
Rotating/Stationary
No
Bi/Uni-Directional
Method
Analog Input Signal
Filter
Two Feedback
In Open Loop Mode
Time Between
Attempts
Qty.
Qty.
Embedded
PC Software
Sec.
Analog Input Filter
Two Feedback
Uni-Directional
Current
Yes (Phoenix)
With split front cover for easy
wiring
Primary
resistance auto-tuning
Bi-Directional
Current/Speed
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Not Adjustable
0.0 – 600.0 sec (selectable)
1 Preset, 1 Custom
2
No
InverterWin
0.0 - 3600.0 sec
No
No
At Start/At Stop
At Start/At Stop
15 Preset, 2 Custom
3
Flash memory
Drive Wizard Software
0.1 - 6000.0 sec.
Yes
Yes
At Start/At Stop (adjustable)
+HSB during stop
DB Transistor
Built-in to 10HP (VT-230V)
Built-in to 25HP (VT-460V)
Special
No
On/Off Control
Power-up based
Service
Disassembly required
Operating Hours
Drive power-up hours logged
On/Off Delay
On/Off Delay (0-25.5 sec)
Diagnostics
Quick Disconnect I/O
Terminals
Yaskawa P7
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Last 10 Faults with Elapsed Time,
Most Recent Fault with all
Operating Conditions
Built-in to 25HP
High Slip Braking all models
(Faster stopping without options)
Run Based
Modular/pluggable fan select
models
Logged
On Delay at start (0-600 sec)
On/Off Delay Timer ( 0-3000sec)
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GPD506/P5 to P7 Specification Differences (continued)
Feature
Item
or Function
Design Features (continued)
Common DC Bus Capable
DC Link or AC Choke
Yaskawa GPD506/P5
Yaskawa P7
-
No
-
230V: 30HP to 125HP (VT)
460V: 30 to 250HP (VT)
-
12 Pulse: 230V: 30HP and Above
460V: 30HP to 250HP
-
-
Yes
DC Link (Standard)
240V: 30HP to 150 HP
480V: 40 HP to 500 HP
12 Pulse:
240V: 30HP to 150HP
480V: 40HP to 500HP
HSB – High Slip Braking
Total Qty.
NPN/PNP
Total Qty
Relay Output
Qty.
Level Input
Scan Rate
Loss Detection
Qty.
6
NPN
2
1 x Form C, 1 x Form A,
2
0-10V or 4-20mA
5 msec
Ramp or Continue
1
Output Level
0-10V
Resolution
9 bit
-
3-phase, 200-230Vac
3-phase, 380-460Vac
Tolerance +10 to –15%
3-phase,500-600Vac
Tolerance +10 to –10%
Frequency: 50/60 Hz +/- 5%
ºC
(IP21/NEMA1)
-10ºC ~ +40ºC
(IP00/Protected Chassis)
-10ºC ~ +45ºC
ºC
NEMA 4X
NEMA 3/3R
-10ºC ~ +60ºC
Optional
Optional
Harmonic Counter Measures
Unique Feature/Function
Inputs and Outputs
Digital Input Terminal
Digital Output Terminal
Analog Input
Analog Output
7 (optically isolated)
Switchable NPN/PNP
3
2 x Form A, 1 x Form C
2
0-10 or 4-20mA
5 msec
Ramp, Coast or Continue
2
0-10V or 4-20ma
With independent level selections
10 bit plus sign
Service Conditions
Rated Input
Ambient Temperature
Storage Temperature
Enclosure Types
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3-phase, 200-240Vac
3-phase, 380-480Vac
Tolerance +10 to –15%
Frequency: 50/60 Hz +/- 5%
Note: P7 Models 2037-2110 rated
for 200-230Vac.
-10ºC ~ +40ºC (IP21/NEMA1)
-10ºC ~ +45ºC
(IP00/Protected Chassis)
(Automatic OL protection curve
based on ambient temperature
setting of L8-12)
-20ºC ~ +60ºC
N/A
N/A
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Digital Operator Comparison
•
•
•
•
Enhanced LCD operator with built-in copy function and parameter verify for P7
Optional LED operator available for P7
LCD contrast adjustment
Simplified parameter grouping for easier navigation and set-up
GPD506/P5 Operator
New P7 Operator
Drive Mode Indicators
LCD DISPLAY
Menu Display
-DRIVE-
Rdy
Frequency Ref
U1-01=
60.00Hz
Ready Display
Drive can operate when a drive command is input
-----------------------------
U1-02=
U1-03=
60.00Hz
10.05A
Data Display
Displays monitor data, parameter data and settings
1 line x 13 characters
3 lines x 16 characters
Frequency Ref
U1-01 = 0.00Hz
Keys
RUN & STOP Indicators
-Rdy-
-QUICK-
Accel Time 1
-----------------------------C1-01= 21.0secs
(0.0~6000.0)
“30.0 sec”
Present Setting
(user adjusts)
Allowed Setting Range
Factory Default
•
•
•
P7 copy keypad is capable of uploading all of the parameter settings from the P7 drive memory.
o Upload of GPD506/P5 parameters to P7 not possible at this time
o P7 Drives must have the same software version, model, and control mode to copy parameters.
A Quick Start menu is added to aid in simple start-ups.
The Quick Start menu consists of 64 parameters. The Advanced menu is the other menu choice.
Simplified Menu Structure in P7:
GPD506/P5
-Quick Start -- 16 Parameters
Programming (All Parameters)
----
P7
Operation “DRIVE”
Quick Setting “QUICK”
Programming “ADV”
Modified Constants “VERIFY”
Auto-Tuning “A.TUNE”
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GPD506/P5 to P7 Terminal Comparison
The factory default is 2-wire control as shown.
P7 Terminal
GPD506/P5 Terminal
Type
GPD506/P5 Default Function & Description
Terminal
S1
S2
Digital Input Signals
S3
S4
S5
S6
–
SC
(Designations similar to GPD506/P5)
P7
Terminal
Forward run/stop, Forward run
when closed, and stop when
open.
Photo-coupler insulation
Input: +24VDC 8mA
Reverse run/stop, Reverse run
when closed, Stop when open.
Multi-function contact
input (n036)
Photo-coupler insulation
Input: +24VDC 8mA
External fault input, Fault when
closed, normal state when open.
Multi-function contact input
(n037)
Photo-coupler insulation
Input: +24VDC 8mA
Fault reset input,
Reset when closed.
Multi-function contact input
(n038)
Photo-coupler insulation
Input: +24VDC 8mA
Multi-step speed reference 1,
Enabled when closed.
Multi-function contact input
(n039)
Photo-coupler insulation
Input: +24VDC 8mA
Multi-step speed reference 2,
Enabled when closed.
Multi-function contact input
(n040)
Photo-coupler insulation
Input: +24VDC 8mA
–
Sequence input common
terminal
–
–
Default Function
P7 Description
S1
Forward run/stop command
–
S2
Reverse run/stop command
–
S3
External fault input
Multi-function digital inputs.
S4
S5
Fault reset
Functions set by:
H1-01 to H1-05.
24 VDC, 8mA
Photo coupler isolation
Multi-step speed reference 1
S6
Multi-step speed reference 2
S7
Jog frequency reference
SN
Digital input common
SC
Factory connected to SP
SP
Factory connected to SC
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Factory connected for internal
supply sinking mode.
Refer to P7 User Manual for
other methods.
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P7 Terminal
GPD506/P5 Terminal
Type
GPD506/P5 Default Function & Description
Terminal
Analog Input Signals
FS
FV
FI
FC
E(G)
M1
Digital Output Signals
M2
P7
Terminal
+15V Power supply output for
analog command
(Allowable current, 20mA max.)
Frequency reference input
(voltage) 0 to +10V/100%,
n043 = “FV=MSTR”:
FV enabled
n043 = “FI=MSTR”:
FI enabled
0 to +10V (20kW)
Frequency reference input
(current) 4 to 20mA/100%
n043 = “FV=MSTR”:
FV enabled
n043 = “FI=MSTR”:
FI enabled
4 to 20mA (250W)
Common terminal 0V
Connection to shield sheath of
signal lead
During running (N.O. contact)
Closed when running.
Multi-function contact output
(n042)
Dry contact capacity:
250VAC 1A or less
30VDC 1A or less
–
–
+15Vdc
(Max. current: 20mA)
A1
Analog input or speed
command
0 to +10Vdc=100%
(20k ohm)
A2
Analog input or speed
command
4 to 20mA=100%/(250 ohms)
0 to +10Vdc=100%/(20k ohm)
Function set by H3-09.
AC
Analog common
–
Shield wire, optional ground
line connection point
–
E(G)
M1
M2
M3
M4
MA
Fault contact output
(N.O./N.C. contact)
Fault when closed between
terminals MA and MC
Fault when open between
terminals MB and MC
Multi-function contact output
(n041)
Dry contact capacity:
250VAC 1A or less
30VDC 1A or less
Frequency meter output
0 to +10V/100% frequency
Multi-function analog monitor 1
(n052)
0 to +10V
2mA or less
MA
AM
P7 Description
+15Vdc power output
–
MB
Default Function
+V
–
MC
Analog Output
Signals
(Designations similar to GPD506/P5)
During run
(N.O. contact)
Form A Dry contacts capacity:
1 A max. at 250Vac
1 A max. at 30Vdc
Multi-function digital output.
Function set by H2-01.
Remote/Auto Operation
(N.O. contact)
Form A Dry contacts capacity:
1 A max. at 250Vac
1 A max. at 30Vdc
Multi-function digital output.
Function set by H2-02.
MB
Same function as
GPD506/P5. Nonprogrammable
MC
FM
Output frequency
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Form C Dry contacts
capacity:
1 A max. at 250Vac
1 A max. at 30Vdc
0 to +10Vdc
10V=100% Output frequency
(Max current 2mA).
Function set by H4-01.
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Terminal Comparison
P7 Terminal
GPD506/P5 Terminal
Type
GPD506/P5 Default Function & Description
Terminal
(Designations similar to GPD506/P5)
P7
Terminal
Default Function
–
–
AC
RS-485/422
–
Frequency meter output “AM”
Common
–
AM
Output current
AC
Analog common
R+
Modbus communication
Differential input,
PHC isolation
Modbus communication
Differential output,
PHC isolation
Signal common
–
–
R-
–
–
S+
–
–
S-
–
–
IG
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P7 Description
0 to +10Vdc or
10V=100% Drive output
current (Max current 2mA)
Drive's rated output current /
Function set by H4-04.
–
–
–
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Terminal Comparison
Shorting Bar Standard:
CIMR-P7U23P7 to 2018
CIMR-P7U43P7 to 4018
T1
L1
L2
L3
T2
GPD506/P5
IM
3-Phase
Power Supply
50/60Hz
T3
X
+ 1
+ 2
DC Reactor Standard:
CIMR-P7U2022 to 2110
CIMR-P7U4030 to 4300
+ 3
-
MCCB
L11
L21
L31
Gate Drive
L1
R/L1
L2
S/L2
L3
T/L3
P7
E7
Motor
U/T1
M
V/T2
W/T3
PE
Multi-function
Contact Inputs
(Factory Default)
S1 - Fixed
S2
Foward Run/Stop
S3
Reverse Run/Stop
S4
Multi-Function
Inputs
U
PWM
8 bit
S5
S6
0~10V
(Com) AC
Fault Contact
Digital Output
250VAC/30VDC, 1A
S4 (H1-02)
Multi-step Speed Setting 1
(H2-01) M1
Multi-function
Digital Outputs
M2
250VAC/30VDC, 1A
(H2-02) M3
S5 (H1-03)
Multi-step Speed Setting 2
SC (Com)
MC
S3 (H1-01)
Fault Reset
Multi-Function
Analog Outputs
MB
S2
External Fault
AM
MA
S1
S6 (H1-04)
Jog Frequency Reference
S7 (H1-05)
M4
SN
Digital Output 1
(Default: During RUN)
Digital Output 2
(Default: Remote/
Auto Operation)
SC
SP
G
G
FS (+15V)
0~+ 10V
FV (20kΩ)
4~20mA
FI (250Ω )
MA
MB
A/D
10 bit
FC (0V)
MC
M1
Multi-Function
Relay Outputs
A1 0-10VDC, 20 K Ω
4 to 20mA
P
Multi-function
Analog Outputs
0 to +10VDC, 2mA
+V +15VDC, 20mA
2k Ω
2k
Analog Inputs
Input FI selectable
4~20mA
or
0~10V
E(G)
E(G)
External
Frequency
Reference
P
A2 (H3-08)
4-20mA, 250 K Ω
[0 to +10VDC, 20KΩ ]
AC
M2
Terminating
Resistance
(H4-01) FM
+
-
(H4-04) AM
+
-
Serial Port
RS-232
(10-pin)
Digital
Operator
Modbus
RS-485/422
RS+
S-
IG
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110
AC
R+
S1-1
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Network Communications
GPD506/P5
P7
Not Available
Not Available
Not Available
RS-232 PCB Port (2CN)
SI-K2/P RS-485 Modbus Communication Card
Lon Works
Johnson Controls MetaSys N2
FLN Network for System 600/ Apogee
DeviceNet
EtherNet
Profi-Bus
RS-232 via Digital Operator Port
Standard Built-in RS-485
Lon Works2
Not Applicable
Not Applicable
Software Upload/Download Tool
InverterWin
2
DriveWizard
Available as an option based on market demands
Network Communications Option Availability
Note: Communication option release schedule is subject to change. Yaskawa Marketing
Communications will provide official notice of product availability.
Present
Ready now, available at P7 launch
P7 (CM058) available at P7 launch
Modbus -Plus, testing, available at P7 launch
Ethernet
MODBUS TCP/IP
Available at P7 launch
Ready now, available at P7 launch
Page 17 of 48
Product Transition Guide
GPD506/P5 to P7
Details on New P7 Features & Functions
Note: This section details only a few of the new P7 features.
o New Auto Tuning
The P7 comes with a Motor Auto-tuning function to help to optimize the drive performance.
Feature
R1 Primary Resistance Tuning
GPD506/P5
No
P7
Yes
R1 Primary Resistance Auto-tuning method is for motor terminal resistance. This method involves no motor shaft
rotation.
o
New High Slip Braking
The P7 incorporates a
new braking function called High
Slip Braking (HSB).
By using a method that utilizes
increased rotor slip, the drive
will gain the capability of
stopping up to 50% faster than
without a braking resistor.
All of this without the need of any
external equipment or resistors!
Motor speed
Motor voltage
DC-Bus voltage
Greater than 150% brake
torque is possible.
Motor speed
Motor voltage
DC-Bus voltage
Page 18 of 48
Product Transition Guide
Appendix 1
Ratings and Heat Loss Comparison
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Product Transition Guide
GPD506/P5 to P7
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Page 20 of 48
Product Transition Guide
Appendix 1 –Ratings and Heat Loss Comparison
NEC HP Ratings for 240V Normal Duty Models
GPD506/P5 230V Models
Variable Torque (n116=1)
P7 240V Models
Normal Duty (C6-01=2)
GPD506/P5
NEC
Output Fc
NEC
Model
HP
Amps
Amps kHz
CIMR-P5U
230V
Overload%
VT
1 minute
P7
Model
CIMR-P7U
Output
Amps
23P71
25P51
27P51
20111
17.5
27
36
54
15
10
10
10
120
120
120
120
20151
20181
20221
20301
20371*
20451*
68
80
104
130
160
192
10
15
15
10
10
10
120
120
120
120
120
120
23P71
25P51
27P51
20111
20151
20181
20221
20301
20371*
16.8
23
31
46.2
59.4
74.8
88
115
162
10
15
15
8
10
10
10
10
5
107
120
102
117
117
114
116
120
107
20451*
20551*
20751*
192
215
312
5
8
2
113
120
109
5
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
60
75
15.2
22
28
42
54
68
80
104
130
154
192
Fc Overload %
kHz
ND
1 minute
20551*
248
8
120
100 248
20751*
312
8
120
125 312
20901*
360
2
115
150 360
21100*
415
2
120
150 360
*Note: Optional NEMA1 kit required for NEMA1 rating. Input voltage rating is 230V on these
models.
Page 21 of 48
Product Transition Guide
Appendix 1 –Ratings and Heat Loss Comparison
NEC HP Ratings for 480V Normal Duty Models
GPD506/P5 460V Models
Variable Torque (n116=1)
GPD506/P5
NEC
NEC
Output
HP
Model
Amps
Amps
460V
CIMR-P5U
Fc kHz
OL %
P7
Output Fc
VT
Model
Amps kHz
1 minute CIMR-P7U
5.0
7.6
43P71
8.5
10
120
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
60
75
100
125
150
200
11
14
21
27
34
40
52
65
77
96
124
156
180
240
44P01
45P51
47P51
40111
40151
40181
40221
40301
40371
40451
40551
40751*
11.7
14.8
21
28.6
34
41
52
65
80
96
128
180
10
10
10
10
10
10
8
5
5
5
5
5
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
41101*
240
5
120
250
300
350
400
450
500
302
361
414
477
506
590
41601*
41850
42200
302
380
506
5
2.5
2.5
120
120
120
550
660
43000
675
2.5
P7 480V Models
Normal Duty (C6-02=2)
120
43P71
44P01
45P51
47P51
40111
7.6
8.7
12.5
17
27
15
15
15
15
8
120
120
120
120
107
40151
40181
40301
34
40
67.2
10
10
8
109
117
107
40371
40451
40551
40751*
40901*
41101*
41321*
41601*
41850
77
96
125
156
180
240
260
304
414
8
8
5
5
8
5
5
5
2
117
114
108
115
120
108
120
120
107
42200
506
2
118
43000
675
2
120
*Note: Optional NEMA1 kit required on these models for NEMA1 rating.
Page 22 of 48
Overload %
ND
1 minute
Product Transition Guide
Appendix 1 –Ratings and Heat Loss Comparison
Heat Loss Data
Note: Ampacity ratings vary between GPD506/P5 and P7 models.
Refer to NEC Ratings tables in Appendix 1 for the appropriate GPD506/P5 to P7 cross-reference.
GPD506/
P5 Model
23P7
25P5
27P5
2011
2015
2018
2022
2030
2037
2045
2055
2075
2090
2110
40P4
40P7
43P7
44P0
45P5
47P5
4011
4015
4018
4022
4030
4037
4045
4055
4075
4090
4110
4132
4160
4185
4220
4300
GPD506/P5 (W)
Internal Heatsink
80
90
110
160
200
230
280
500
700
750
1000
1300
50
65
65
80
85
120
150
180
195
260
315
370
415
710
890
1160
1520
1510
2110
2910
135
210
235
425
525
655
830
1050
1250
1550
1950
2300
10
20
80
120
135
240
305
390
465
620
705
875
970
1110
1430
1870
2670
3400
4740
6820
Total
215
300
345
585
725
885
1110
1550
1950
2300
2950
3600
60
85
145
200
220
360
455
570
660
880
1020
1245
1385
1820
2320
3030
4190
4910
6850
9730
Page 23 of 48
P7
P7 (W)
Model Internal Heatsink Total
23P7
25P5
27P5
2011
2015
2018
2022
2030
2037
2045
2055
2075
2090
2110
40P4
40P7
43P7
44P0
45P5
47P5
4011
4015
4018
4022
4030
4037
4045
4055
4075
4090
4110
4132
4160
4185
4220
4300
74
84
113
168
182
208
252
333
421
499
619
844
964
1234
39
41
68
70
81
114
158
169
201
233
297
332
386
478
562
673
847
1005
1144
1328
1712
2482
110
164
219
357
416
472
583
883
1010
1228
1588
1956
2194
2733
14
17
80
90
127
193
232
296
389
420
691
801
901
1204
1285
1614
1889
2388
2791
2636
3797
5838
184
248
332
525
598
680
835
1216
1431
1727
2207
2800
3158
3967
53
58
148
160
208
307
390
465
590
653
988
1133
1287
1682
1847
2287
2736
3393
3935
3964
5509
8320
Product Transition Guide
Appendix 1 – Ratings and Heat Loss Comparison
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Product Transition Guide
Appendix 1 – Ratings and Heat Loss Comparison
Appendix 2
Mechanical Dimensions
Page 25 of 48
Product Transition Guide
GPD506/P5 to P7
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Page 26 of 48
Product Transition Guide
Appendix 2 – Mechanical Dimensions
Panel Cut-out for External Heatsink Mounting
Note: Ampacity ratings vary between GPD506/P5 and P7 models.
Refer to NEC Ratings tables in Appendix 1 for the appropriate GPD506/P5 to P7 cross-reference.
GPD506/P5 Panel Cutout for
External Heatsink
Model
23P7
25P5
27P5
2011
2015
2018
2022
2030
2037
2045
2055
2075
2090
2110
43P7
45P5
47P5
4011
4015
4018
4022
4030
4037
4045
4055
4075
4090
4110
4132
4160
4185
4220
4300
GPD506/P5
(mm)
W
H
138
180
180
200
200
308
308
403
403
445
445
555
138
180
180
200
200
308
308
309
309
309
440
440
555
555
875
875
873
271
298
298
377
377
404
404
627
627
756
756
894
271
298
298
377
377
404
404
571
571
571
761
761
894
894
1324
1324
1475
GPD506/P5 (in)
W
H
5.43
7.09
7.09
7.87
7.87
12.13
12.13
15.87
15.87
17.52
17.52
21.85
10.67
11.73
11.73
14.84
14.84
15.91
15.91
24.69
24.69
29.76
29.76
35.20
5.43
7.09
7.09
7.87
7.87
12.13
12.13
12.17
12.17
12.17
17.32
17.32
10.67
11.73
11.73
14.84
14.84
15.91
15.91
22.48
22.48
22.48
29.96
29.96
21.85
35.20
21.85
34.45
34.45
34.37
35.20
52.13
52.13
58.07
Page 27 of 48
P7 Panel Cutout for
External Heatsink
Model
23P7
25P5
27P5
2011
2015
2018
2022
2030
2037
2045
2055
2075
2090
2110
43P7
45P5
47P5
4011
4015
4018
4022
4030
4037
4045
4055
4075
4090
4110
4132
4160
4185
4220
4300
P7 (mm)
P7 (in)
W
H
W
H
138
138
197
197
233
233
244
269
359
359
434
434
484
555
138
138
197
197
233
233
269
269
309
309
309
434
434
484
484
555
271
271
298
298
353
353
369
419
545
545
673
673
782
817
271
271
298
298
353
353
419
419
519
519
519
673
673
782
782
817
5.43
5.43
7.76
7.76
9.17
9.17
9.61
10.59
14.13
14.13
17.09
17.09
19.06
21.85
5.43
5.43
7.76
7.76
9.17
9.17
10.59
10.59
12.17
12.17
12.17
17.09
17.09
19.06
19.06
21.85
10.67
10.67
11.73
11.73
13.90
13.90
14.53
16.50
21.46
21.46
26.50
26.50
30.79
32.17
10.67
10.67
11.73
11.73
13.90
13.90
16.50
16.50
20.43
20.43
20.43
26.50
26.50
30.79
30.79
32.17
-
Product Transition Guide
Appendix 2 – Mechanical Dimensions
Mounting Hole Data
Note: Ampacity ratings vary between GPD506/P5 and P7 models.
Refer to NEC Ratings tables in Appendix 1 for the appropriate GPD506/P5 to P7 cross-reference.
GPD506/P5
Model Enclosure
NEMA1
23P71
NEMA1
25P51
NEMA1
27P51
NEMA1
20111
NEMA1
20151
NEMA1
20181
NEMA1
20221
NEMA1
20301
NEMA1
20371
NEMA1
20451
NEMA1
20551
NEMA1
20751
20900 Open (IP00)
21100 Open (IP00)
NEMA1
43P71
NEMA1
45P51
NEMA1
47P51
NEMA1
40111
NEMA1
40151
NEMA1
40181
NEMA1
40221
NEMA1
40301
NEMA1
40371
NEMA1
40451
NEMA1
40551
NEMA1
40751
NEMA1
40901
NEMA1
41101
NEMA1
41321
NEMA1
41601
41850 Open (IP00)
42200 Open (IP00)
43000 Open (IP00)
(in)
P7
(mm)
H1
10.47
11.22
11.22
14.37
14.37
17.13
17.13
25.59
25.59
30.51
30.51
35.24
W1
4.96
7.32
7.32
9.29
9.29
10.83
10.83
12.6
12.6
14.57
14.57
17.52
-
H1
266
285
285
365
365
435
435
650
650
775
775
895
W1
126
186
186
236
236
275
275
320
320
370
370
445
10.47
10.22
10.22
14.37
14.37
17.13
17.13
24.02
24.02
24.02
31.3
31.3
4.96
7.32
7.32
9.29
9.29
10.83
10.83
10.83
10.83
10.83
13.78
13.78
17.52
17.52
17.52
29.53
29.53
29.53
266
260
260
365
365
435
435
610
610
610
795
795
126
186
186
236
236
275
275
275
275
275
350
350
895
895
895
1400
1400
1550
445
445
445
750
750
750
35.24
35.24
35.24
55.12
55.12
61.02
Model Enclosure
(in)
(mm)
NEMA1
NEMA1
NEMA1
NEMA1
NEMA1
NEMA1
NEMA1
NEMA1
NEMA1
NEMA1
NEMA1
NEMA1
NEMA1
Open (IP00)
H1
10.47
10.47
11.22
11.22
13.19
13.19
15.16
17.13
22.64
22.64
27.56
27.56
32.28
33.56
W1
4.96
4.96
7.32
7.32
8.5
8.5
7.68
8.66
9.84
9.84
12.8
12.8
14.57
17.52
H1
266
266
285
285
335
335
385
435
575
575
700
700
820
852
W1
126
126
186
186
216
216
195
220
250
250
325
325
370
445
NEMA1
43P71
NEMA1
45P51
NEMA1
47P51
NEMA1
40111
NEMA1
40151
NEMA1
40181
NEMA1
40221
NEMA1
40301
NEMA1
40371
NEMA1
40451
NEMA1
40551
NEMA1
40751
NEMA1
40901
NEMA1
41101
NEMA1
41321
NEMA1
41601
41850 (1) Open (IP00)
42200 (1) Open (IP00)
43000 (1) Open (IP00)
10.47
10.47
11.22
11.22
13.19
13.19
17.13
17.13
21.06
21.06
21.06
27.56
27.56
32.28
32.28
33.66
50
50
56.7
4.96
4.96
7.32
7.32
8.5
8.5
8.66
8.66
10.24
10.24
10.24
12.8
12.8
14.57
14.57
17.52
10.63
10.63
14.37
266
266
285
285
335
335
435
435
535
535
535
700
700
820
820
855
1270
1270
1440
126
126
186
186
216
216
220
220
260
260
260
325
325
370
370
445
270
270
365
23P71
25P51
27P51
20111
20151
20181
20221
20301
20371
20451
20551
20751
20901
21100
Note (1): 3 mounting holes top and 3 mounting holes bottom.
Dimension is between each mounting hole.
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Product Transition Guide
Appendix 3 – Parameter Cross Reference
The following parameter list shows each GPD506/P5 parameter and
the P7 equivalent. P7 parameters without a GPD506/P5 equivalent
are omitted for brevity. For details on P7 parameters please refer to
the P7 manual. Parameters are listed numerically by GPD506/P5.
Page 29 of 48
Appendix 3- Parameter Cross Reference
GPD506/P5 Parameter
Param
No.
Nxxx
001
002
Parameter
Name
Password
Run Signal Selection
P7 Parameter
Description or Selection
Param.
No.
0: Operation Only
1: User Level (only available if A2
parameters have been set)
2: Advanced Level
Access Level Selection
A1-01
6: 2-wire initialization (Japanese spec.)
8: Initialization (2wire sequence)
9: Initialization (3wire sequence)
0: No Initialize
1110: User Initialize (The user must first
set their own parameter values and then
store them using parameter o2-03.)
2220: 2-Wire Initialization
3330: 3-Wire Initialization
Initialize Parameters
A1-03
Value--Run Command-------Freq Reference
0: Operator---------------------Operator
1: Terminal block ------------Operator
2: Operator-------------------- Terminal block
3: Terminal block -------------Terminal block
4: Operator --------------------Communication
5: Terminal block -------------Communication
6: Communication-------------Transmission
7: Communication-------------Operator
8: Communication------------ Terminal block
0: Operator - Digital preset speed U1-01 or
d1-01 to d1-17.
1: Terminals - Analog input terminal A1
(or terminal A2 based on parameter
H3 13).
2: Serial Com - Modbus RS-422/485
terminals R+, R-, S+, and S-.
3: Option PCB - Option board connected
on 2CN.
Frequency Reference
Selection
b1-01
Input voltage
Set unit:0.1V and set ranges:150.0-733.1V
004
Stop method selection
0: Deceleration stop
1: Coast to stop
2: Coast to stop 1 with timer
3: Coast to stop 2 with timer
Motor Rotation
Parameter
Name
0: Parameter n001 read/write and parameter
n002 ~ n116 read only. (Operator's FREF and
F/R is read/write. Others are read only,
1: The 1st function (n001 ~ n036)are
read/write, others read only
2: The 2nd function (n001 ~ n053) are
read/write, others read only
3: The 1st, 2nd, and 3rd functions
(n001 ~ n116) are read/write
003
005
Description or Selection
0: Rotation CCW from load side.
1: Rotation CW from load side
006
Reverse inhibit
0: Reverse enabled
1: Reverse disabled
007
Remote/Local key
008
Function selection of STOP
key
009
Frequency Reference
selection
0: The function of the Remote/Local key is
disabled.
1: The function of the Remote/Local key is
enabled.
0: The STOP key is effective when run
command is from the operator.
1: The STOP key is always enabled.
0: Frequency reference setting by the operator,
the 'Enter' input is not required.
1: Frequency reference setting by the operator,
the 'Enter' input is required.
Run Command Selection
0: Operator - RUN and STOP keys on
Digital Operator.
1:Terminals - Contact closure on terminals
S1 or S2.
2: Serial Com - Modbus RS-422/485
terminals R+, R-, S+, and S-.
3: Option PCB - Option board connected
on 2CN.
Set to the nominal voltage of the incoming Input Voltage Setting
line. Sets the maximum and base voltage
used by preset V/F patterns, adjusts the
levels of drive protective features (i.e.
overvoltage, braking resistor turn-on, stall
prevention, etc.).
0: Ramp to Stop
Stopping Method Selection
1: Coast to Stop
2: DC Injection to Stop
3: Coast with Timer
(A new run command is ignored if received
before the timer expires).
Determines the forward rotation of the
Reverse Operation Selection
motor, and if reverse operation
is disabled.
0: Reverse Enabled
1: Reverse Disabled
2: Exchange Phase - Change direction of
forward motor rotation.
3: ExchgPhs, Rev Dsbl - Change direction
of forward motor
rotation and disable reverse operation.
b1-02
0: Disabled
1: Enabled
Local/Remote Key Function
Selection
o2-01
0: Disabled
1: Enabled
STOP Key Function
Selection
o2-02
0: Disabled - Data/Enter key must be
Frequency Reference Setting
pressed to enter a frequency reference.
Method Selection
1: Enabled - Data/Enter key is not required.
The frequency reference is adjusted by
the up and down arrow keys on the
Digital Operator without having to press
the data/enter key.
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E1-01
b1-03
b1-04
o2-05
Appendix 3- Parameter Cross Reference
GPD506/P5 Parameter
Param
No.
Nxxx
Parameter
Name
P7 Parameter
Description or Selection
010
V/f pattern selection
1: Fixed V/f pattern
0: Adjustible V/f pattern
(Constant n011-n017 can be set)
011
Max. output frequency
012
Description or Selection
Parameter
Name
Param.
No.
E1-03
Set unit: 0.1Hz and set range: 50.0-400.0Hz
There are 15 different preset V/F patterns
V/F Pattern Selection
to select from (E1-03 = 0 to E) with
varying voltage profiles, base levels (base
level = frequency at which maximum
voltage is reached), and maximum
frequencies. There are also settings for
Custom V/F patterns that will use the
settings of parameters E1-04 through E113. E1-03 = F selects a custom V/F pattern
with an upper voltage limit and E1-03 = FF
selects a custom V/F pattern without an
upper voltage limit.
0:
50 Hz
1:
60 Hz
2:
60Hz (50 Hz Base)
3:
72 Hz (60 Hz Base)
4:
50 Hz VT1
5:
50 Hz VT2
6:
60 Hz VT1
7:
60 Hz VT2
8:
50 Hz HST1
9:
50 Hz HST2
A:
60 Hz HST1
B:
60 Hz HST2
C:
90 Hz (60Hz Base)
D:
120 Hz (60Hz Base)
E:
180 Hz (60Hz Base)
F:
Custom V/F
FF:
Custom w/o limit
0.0 to 120.0
Maximum Output Frequency
Maximum voltage
Set unit: 0.1V and set ranges: 0.1-733.1V
0 to 255.0 (240V), 0 to 510.0(480V)
Maximum Output Voltage
E1-05
013
Base Frequency
Set unit: 0.1Hz and set range: 0.2-400.0Hz
0.0 to 200.0
Base Frequency
E1-06
014
Mid Freq output
Set unit: 0.1Hz and set range: 0.1-399.9Hz
0.0 to 200.0
Mid Output Frequency A
E1-07
015
Mid Freq. voltage
Set unit: 0.1V and set ranges: 0.1-733.1V
0 to 255.0 (240V, ) 0 to 510.0 (480V)
Mid Output Voltage A
E1-08
016
Min output frequency
Set unit: 0.1Hz and set range: 0.1-10.0Hz
0.0 to 200.0
Minimum Output Frequency
E1-09
017
Min output voltage
Set unit: 0.1V and set ranges: 0.1-143.7V
0 to 255.0 (240V), 0 to 510.0 (480V)
Minimum Output Voltage
E1-10
Acceleration time 1
Set unit: 0.1sec (1sec in 1000sec or more)
Set range: 0 to 3600sec
Acceleration Time 1
C1-01
Deceleration time 1
Set unit: 0.1sec (1sec in 1000sec or more)
Set range: 0.to 3600sec
Deceleration Time 1
C1-02
018
019
020
021
022
E1-04
0.0 to 6000.0
Acceleration time 2
Set unit: 1sec and set range: 0-255sec
Acceleration Time 2
C1-03
Deceleration time 2
Set unit: 1sec and set range: 0-255sec
Deceleration Time 2
C1-04
S curve selection
0: No S curve
1 : 0.2sec
2 : 0.5sec
3 : 1.0sec
S-Curve Characteristic at
Accel Start
C2-01
S-Curve Characteristic at
Accel End
C2-02
0.00 to 2.50
Page 31 of 48
Appendix 3- Parameter Cross Reference
GPD506/P5 Parameter
Param
No.
Nxxx
023
Parameter
Name
Digital operator
display mode
P7 Parameter
Description or Selection
Set range: 0-4999
0: Hz with 0.1Hz
1: % speed with 0.1%
2-39: RPM. RPM =120 * freq ref(Hz) /n023
(N023 is a motor pole)
40-4999:
n23 fourth digit = decimal point
n23 1,2,3 digits = 100% freq set value
(100% frequency = xxx*10 in case of 4xxx)
Description or Selection
Parameter
Name
Sets the units of the Frequency References (d1-01 to Digital Operator Display
d1-17), the Frequency Reference Monitors (U1-01, Selection
U1-02, U1-05), and the Modbus communication
frequency reference.
0: Hz
1: % (100%= E1-04)
2 to 39: RPM (Enter the number of motorpoles).
40 to 39999: User display.
Set the number desired at maximum
output frequency.
4 digit number
Number of digits from the right of the
decimal point
Param.
No.
o1-03
Example 1: o1-03 = 12000, will result in frequency
reference from 0.0 to 200.0 (200.0 = Fmax).
Example 2: o1-03 = 21234, will result in frequency
reference from 0.00 to 12.34 (12.34 = Fmax).
024
Freq Ref 1
Set unit: Set range by constant n023 setting:
0-9999
0.00 to E1-04 Value
Setting units are affected by o1-03
025
Freq Ref 2
Set unit: Set range by constant n023 setting:
0-9999
026
Freq Ref 3
Set unit: Set range by constant n023 setting:
0-9999
027
Freq Ref 4
Set unit: Set range by constant n023 setting:
0-9999
030
Jog Ref
Set unit: Set range by constant n023 setting:
0-9999
031
Output freq upper
limit
Set unit: 1% and set range:0-109%
032
Output freq lower
limit
Set unit: 1% and set range:0-100%
033
Rated motor current
Set unit: 0.1A (In 1000A or more, every 1A)
Set range:10-200% of drive rated current
Set to the motor nameplate full load current Motor Rated Current
in amperes (A). This value is automatically
set during Auto-Tuning.
E2-01
034
Motor protection selection
(OL1)
0: Disabled.
1: Standard motor (eight minutes)
2: Standard motor (five minutes)
3: Inverter rated motor (eight minutes)
4: Inverter rated motor (five minutes)
Sets the motor thermal overload protection
(OL1) based on the cooling capacity of the
motor.
0: Disabled
1: Standard Fan Cooled
L1-01
0.00 to E1-04 Value
Frequency reference when multi-function
input “Multi-step speed reference 1” is ON.
Setting units are affected by o1-03.
0.00 to E1-04 Value
Frequency reference when multi-function
input “Multi-step speed reference 2” is ON.
Setting units are affected by o1-03.
0.00 to E1-04 Value
Frequency reference when multi-function
input “Multi-step speed reference 1,2” is
ON. Setting units are affected by o1-03.
0.00 to E1-04 Value
Frequency reference when:
“Jog frequency reference” is selected via
multi-function input
terminals. “Jog frequency reference” has
priority over “multi-step speed reference 1
to 4”. d1-17 is also the reference for the
JOG key on the Digital Operator, and the
multi-function inputs “forward jog” and
“reverse jog”. Setting units are affected by
o1-03.
0.0 to 110.0
Determines maximum frequency reference,
set as a percentage of maximum output
frequency (E1-04). If the frequency
reference is above this value, actual Drive
speed will be limited to this value. This
parameter applies to all frequency
reference sources.
0.0 to 110.0
Determines minimum frequency reference,
set as a percentage of maximum output
frequency (E1-04). If frequency reference
is below this value, actual Drive speed will
be set to this value. This parameter applies
to all frequency reference sources.
Page 32 of 48
Frequency Reference 1
d1-01
Frequency Reference 2
d1-02
Frequency Reference 3
d1-03
Frequency Reference 4
d1-04
Jog Frequency Reference
d1-17
Frequency Reference Upper
Limit
d2-01
Frequency Reference Lower
Limit
d2-02
Motor Overload Protection
Selection
Appendix 3- Parameter Cross Reference
GPD506/P5 Parameter
Param
No.
Nxxx
Parameter
Name
P7 Parameter
Description or Selection
035
Cooling fin overheat
Stop method
selection
0: Deceleration stop
(Decelerate by deceleration time 1)
1: Coast to stop
2: Deceleration stop
(Decelerate by deceleration time 2)
3: Operation continues
(The alarm is displayed, and drive runs at
80% of the freq ref)
036
Multi-function
contact input 1
(terminal S2)
0: REV command (2wire sequence selection)
1: FWD/REV Command
(3wire sequence selection)
2: External fault. (N.O contact input)
3: External fault. (N.C contact input)
4: Fault reset
5: LOCAL/REMOTE switch
(run and freq ref)
6: Communication/Control circuit terminal
switch (run and freq ref)
7: Emergency stop (N.O. contact input)
8: Emergency stop (N.C contact input)
9: FV/FI terminal switch
10: Multistep speed set 1
11: Multistep speed set 2
12: Multistep speed set 3
13: Jog frequency select
14: Accel/decel time switch
15: External base block instruction
(N.O.contact input)
16: External base block instruction
(N.C contact input)
17: Speed search command from Max
frequency
18: Speed search command from set
frequency
19: Parameter set enable/disable
20: PID integral value reset
21: PID control disable
22: Timer start command
23: Inverter overheat
(blinking display of OH3)
24: Sample/holding of analog reference
25: KEB instruction (N.O. contact)
26: KEB instruction (N.C. contact)
27: Decel/accel prohibit
28: PID input characteristic switchover
Set range: 2-28
(It is the same as constant n036)
037
Multi-function
contact input 2
(terminal S3)
Description or Selection
Parameter
Name
Overheat Pre-Alarm
Drive Operation upon OH Pre Alarm
Operation Selection
Detection.
0: Ramp to Stop (Decel Time C1-02).
1: Coast to Stop
2: Fast-Stop (Decel Time = C1-09).
3: Alarm Only
*0 to 2 is recognized as fault detection, and
3 is
recognized as alarm. (For the fault
detection, the fault
contact operates.)
4: OH Alarm & Reduce (Continue
operation and reduce
output frequency by L8-19)

Terminal S2 is not
programmable in P7 :
P7 default setting for terminal
S2:
Param.
No.
L8-03
-
Reverse run when closed,
stopped when open.
Initialization parameter
A1-03 programs terminals
S1 and S2 for 2-Wire or
3-Wire run control.
Multi-Function Digital Input
0 to 70
Terminal S3 Function
Selects the function of terminal S3.
Selection
0: 3-wire control
FWD/REV selection for 3-wire sequence
1: Local/Remote Sel
Hand/Auto Selection - Closed = Hand,
Open = Auto
2: Option/Inv Sel
Selects source of speed command and
sequence
Closed = Option Card, Open = b1-01 & b102
3: Multi-Step Ref 1
Closed = speed command from d1-02 or
Terminal A2,
Open = speed command determined by b101
4: Multi-Step Ref 2
Closed = speed command from d1-03 or
d1-04
Open speed command determined by b1-01
Page 33 of 48
H1-01
Appendix 3- Parameter Cross Reference
GPD506/P5 Parameter
Param
No.
Nxxx
(con’t)
037
Parameter
Name
Multi-function
contact input 2
(terminal S3)
P7 Parameter
Description or Selection
Set range: 2-28
Description or Selection
Parameter
Name
6: Jog Freq Ref
Multi-Function Digital Input
Closed = speed command from d1-17
Open = speed command determined by b1- Terminal S3 Function
Selection
01
7: Multi-Acc/Dec 1
Closed = Accel & Decel Ramps
determined by C1-03 & C1-04,
Open = Accel & Decel Ramps determined
by C1-01 & C1-02
8: Ext BaseBlk N.O.
Closed = Output transistors forced off,
Open = Normal operation
9: Ext BaseBlk N.C.
Closed = Normal Operation, Open =
Output transistors forced
off
A: Acc/Dec RampHold
Closed = Acceleration suspended and
speed held, Open =
Normal Operation
C: Term A2 Enable
Closed = Terminal A2 is active, Open =
Terminal A2 is disabled
F: Term Not Used
Terminal has no effect
10: MOP Increase
Closed = Speed Command Increases, Open
= Speed Command
Held.
Must be set in conjunction with MOP
Decrease and b1-02 must
be set to 1.
11: MOP Decrease
Closed = Speed Command Decreases,
Open = Speed Command
Held.
Must be set in conjunction with MOP
Increase and b1-02 must
be set to 1.
12: Forward Jog
Closed = drive runs forward at speed
command entered into
parameter d1-17.
13: Reverse Jog
Closed = drive runs in reverse at speed
command entered into
parameter d1-17.
14: Fault Reset
Closed = Resets the drive after the fault
and the run
command have been removed.
15: Fast-Stop N.O.
Closed = Drive decelerates using C1-09,
regardless of run
command status.
17: Fast-Stop N.C.
Closed = Normal operation
Open = Drive decelerates using C1-09,
regardless of run
command status.
Closed = Normal operation
Open = Drive decelerates using C1-09,
regardless of run command status.
18: Timer Function
Input for independent timer, controlled by
b4-01 and b4-02.
Used in conjunction with a multi-function
digital output.
19: PI Disable
Turns off the PI controller, and PI setpoint
becomes speed command.
1B: Program Lockout
Closed =All parameter settings can be
changed.
Page 34 of 48
Param.
No.
H1-01
Appendix 3- Parameter Cross Reference
GPD506/P5 Parameter
Param
No.
Nxxx
(con’t)
037
Parameter
Name
P7 Parameter
Description or Selection
Multi-function contact input 2 Set range: 2-28
(terminal S3)
(It is the same as constant n036)
Description or Selection
Parameter
Name
Open = Only speed command at U1-01 can
Multi-Function Digital Input
be changed.
Terminal S3 Function
1C: TrimCtl Increase
Closed = Increase motor speed by value in Selection
d4-02.
Open = Return to normal speed command.
Not effective when using d1-01 thru d1-04
as a speed command.
Must be used in conjunction with Trim Ctrl
Decrease.
1D: Trim Ctl Decrease
Closed = Decrease motor speed by value in
d4-02
Open = Return to normal speed command.
Not effective when using d1-01 thru d1-04
as speed command.
Must be used in conjunction with Trim Ctrl
Increase.
1E: Ref Sample Hold
Analog speed command is sampled then
held at time of input
closure.
20: External fault, Normally Open, Always
Detected, Ramp To
Stop
21: External fault, Normally Closed,
Always Detected, Ramp To
Stop
22: External fault, Normally Open, During
Run, Ramp To Stop
23: External fault, Normally Closed,
During Run, Ramp To Stop
24: External fault, Normally Open, Always
Detected, Coast To
Stop
25: External fault, Normally Closed,
Always Detected, Coast To
Stop
26: External fault, Normally Open, During
Run, Coast To Stop
27: External fault, Normally Closed,
During Run, Coast To Stop
28: External fault, Normally Open, Always
Detected, Fast-Stop
29: External fault, Normally Open, Always
Detected, Fast-Stop
2A: External fault, Normally Open, During
Run, Fast-Stop
2B: External fault, Normally Closed,
During Run, Fast-Stop
2C: External fault, Normally Open, Always
Detected, Alarm Only
2D: External fault, Normally Closed,
Always Detected, Alarm
Only
2E: External fault, Normally Open, During
Run, Alarm Only
2F: External fault, Normally Closed,
During Run, Alarm Only
30: PI Integral Reset
Resets the PI Integral component to zero
when closed
31: PI Integral Hold
Holds the PI integral value when closed
34: PI SFS Cancel (SFS= SoftStart, also
called Accel/Decel,
See Parameter b5-17)
35: PI Input Level Sel
Inverts the PI error signal when closed
36: Option/Inv Sel 2 Selects source of
speed command and
sequence
Closed = b1-01 & b1-02, Open = Option
Card
Page 35 of 48
Param.
No.
H1-01
Appendix 3- Parameter Cross Reference
GPD506/P5 Parameter
Param
No.
Nxxx
(con’t)
037
Parameter
Name
Multi-function
contact input 2
(terminal S3)
P7 Parameter
Description or Selection
Set range: 2-28
(It is the same as constant n036)
Description or Selection
Parameter
Name
60: Motor Preheat
Applies current to create heat to avoid
Multi-Function Digital Input
condensation
Terminal S3 Function
Closed = Apply amount of current as set in Selection
parameter b2-09
61: Speed Search 1
When closed as a run command is given,
drive does a speed
search starting at maximum frequency (E104).
62: Speed Search 2
When closed as a run command is given,
drive does a speed
search starting at speed command.
64: Speed Search 3
When opened, the Drive performs a
baseblock (motor coasts).
When closed, the Drive performs Speed
Search from set
frequency.
67: Com Test Mode - Used to test RS485/422 interface.
68: High Slip Braking - Closed = Drive
stops using High Slip
Braking regardless of run command status.
69: Jog2 - Closed = Drive runs at speed
command entered into
parameter d1-17. Direction determined by
fwd/rev input.
3-wire control Only.
6A: Drive Enable - Closed = Drive will
accept run command.
Open = Drive will not run.
If running, drive will stop per b1-03.
Run Command must be cycled
6B: Com/Inv Sel - Selects source of Speed
Command and
Sequence.
Closed = Serial Communication (R+,R,S+,S-), Open = b1-01
& b1-02
6C: Com/Inv Sel 2 - Selects source of
Speed Command and
Sequence.
Closed = b1-01 & b1-02, Open = Serial
Communication
(R+,R-,S+,S-)
6D: Auto Mode Sel - Hand/Auto Selection
- Closed = Auto, Open
= Hand
6E: Hand Mode Sel - Hand/Auto Selection
- Closed = Hand,
Open = Auto
70: Drv Enbl. Same as 6A except a run
command is accepted
038
Multi-function contact input 3 Set range: 2-28
(terminal S4)
(It is the same as constant n036)
0-70
Same selections as H1-01
039
Multi-function contact input 4 Set range: 2-28
(terminal S5)
(It is the same as constant n036)
0-70
Same selections as H1-01
040
Multi-function contact input 5 Set range: 2-29
(terminal S6)
0-70
Same selections as H1-01
Page 36 of 48
Multi-Function Digital Input
Terminal S4 Function
Selection
Multi-Function Digital Input
Terminal S5 Function
Selection
Multi-Function Digital Input
Terminal S6 Function
Selection
Param.
No.
H1-01
H1-02
H1-03
H1-04
Appendix 3- Parameter Cross Reference
GPD506/P5 Parameter
Param
No.
Nxxx
041
Parameter
Name
Multi-function
contact output 1
(terminal MA-MB-MC)
P7 Parameter
Description or Selection
0: Fault
1: During run.
2: Frequency agree
3: At set frequency agree
4: Freq detect
(output freq = set freq detection level)
5: Freq detect
(output frequency = set freq detect level)
6: Overtorque detect. (N.O contact)
7: Overtorque detect. (N.C contact)
8: The base block.
9: Operation mode
10: Inverter drive ready
11: Timer function
12: Auto restart. (Fault retry)
13: OL pre-alarm (OL1,OL2)
14: Frequency reference loss
15: Closed from serial communication.
16: PID feedback loss
17: OH1 alarm
Description or Selection
Parameter
Name
Selects the function of terminals M1 to M4. Terminal M3-M4 Function
Selection
0: During RUN 1 = Closed when a run
command is input or
the drive is outputting voltage.
1: Zero Speed = Closed when drive output
frequency is less
than Fmin (E1-09)
2: Fref/Fout Agree 1 = Closed when drive
output speed
equals the speed command within the
bandwidth of L4-02.
3: Fref/Set Agree 1 = Closed when the
drive output speed
and the speed command are equal to
the value in L4-01 within the bandwidth of
L4-02.
4: Freq Detect 1 = Closed when the drive
output speed is
less than or equal to the value in L4-01,
with hysteresis determined by L4-02.
5: Freq Detect 2 = Closed when the drive
output speed is
greater than or equal to the value in
L4-01, with hysteresis determined by L402.
6: Inverter Ready = Closed when the drive
is not in a fault
state, and not in program mode.
7: DC Bus Undervolt = Closed when the
DC bus voltage
falls below the UV trip level (L2-05)
8: Base Blk 1 = Closed when the drive is
not outputting
voltage.
9: Operator Reference = Closed when the
speed command
is coming from the digital operator.
A: Remote/Auto Oper = Closed when the
run command is
coming from the digital operator.
B: Trq Det 1 N.O. - Closes when the output
current exceeds
the value set in parameter
L6-02 for more time than is set in
parameter L6-03.
C: Loss of Ref - Closes when the drive has
detected a loss
of analog speed command.
Speed command is considered lost when it
drops 90% in
0.4 seconds.
Parameter L4-05 determines drive reaction
to a loss of
speed command.
E: Fault - Closes when the drive
experiences a major fault.
F: Not Used
10: Minor Fault - Closes when drive
experiences a minor
fault or alarm.
11: Reset Cmd Active - Closes when the
drive receives a
reset command from terminals or serial
comms.
12: Timer Output - Output for independent
timer, controlled
by b4-01 and b4-02.
Used in conjunction with a multi-function
digital input.
17: Trq. Det 1 N.C. - Opens when the
output current
exceeds the value set in parameter
L6-02 for more time than is set in
parameter L6-03.
Page 37 of 48
Param.
No.
H2-01
Appendix 3- Parameter Cross Reference
GPD506/P5 Parameter
Param
No.
Nxxx
(con’t)
041
Parameter
Name
Multi-function
contact output 1
(terminal MA-MB-MC)
P7 Parameter
Description or Selection
Description or Selection
1A: Reverse Dir - Closes when the drive is
running in the
reverse direction.
1E: Restart Enabled - Closes when the
drive is performing
an automatic restart.
Automatic restart is configured by
parameter L5-01.
1F: Overload (OL1) - Closes before a
motor overload
occurs. (90% of OL1 time)
20: OH Prealarm - Closes when the Drive’s
heatsink
temperature exceeds the setting
of parameter L8-02.
38: Drive Enable - Closes when the drive
enable input is
active.
39: Waiting to Run - Closes during the time
after a run
command is issued, but the Drive is not
running due to
the time set in parameter b1-10.
3A: OH Freq Reduce
3B: Run Src Com/Opt
Page 38 of 48
Parameter
Name
Param.
No.
H2-01
Appendix 3- Parameter Cross Reference
GPD506/P5 Parameter
Param
No.
Nxxx
Parameter
Name
P7 Parameter
Description or Selection
Description or Selection
Parameter
Name
Param.
No.
Multi-function
contact output 2
(terminal M1-M2)
Terminal FI signal Level
Selection
It is the same as constant n041.
Same selections as H2-01
0: The FI terminal inputs 0-10V.
(Jumper J1 is cut)
1: The FI terminal inputs 4-20mA.
045
Frequency Reference
Retention
1: The holding frequency reference is not
memorized.
0: The holding frequency reference is
memorized and stored in n024
046
Frequency Ref
Loss selection
0: No detection
1: Continue running at n047 setting
Selects the signal level of terminal A2.
0: 0 to 10Vdc (switch S1-2 must be in the
OFF position).
2: 4 to 20mA (switch S1-2 must be in the
ON position)
This parameter is used to retain the held
frequency reference in U1-01 (d1-01) when
power is removed. This function is
available when the multi-function inputs
“accel/decel ramp hold” or “up/down”
commands are selected
(H1-XX = A or 10 and 11).
0: Disabled
1: Enabled
The frequency reference is considered lost
when reference drops 90% or more of its
current value in less than 400ms.
0: Normal Operation - Drive will run at the
frequency reference.
1: Run at L4-06 PrevRef - Drive will run at
the percentage set in L4-06 of the
frequency reference level at the time
frequency reference was lost.
047
Frequency Ref
when frequency reference is
lost
Set unit: 1% and set range: 0-100%
0 to 100.0
Frequency Reference Level at
If the frequency reference loss function is
Loss Frequency
enabled (L4-05=1) and frequency reference
is lost, the Drive will run at a reduced
frequency reference determined by the
following formula:
Fref=Fref at time of loss * L4-06.
L4-06
048
Terminal FV gain
Set unit: 1% and set range: 0 to 200%
H3-02
049
Terminal FV bias
Set unit: 1% and set range = -100 to +100%
050
Terminal FI gain
Set unit: 1% and set range: 0 to 200%
Terminal A1 Gain Setting
0.0 to1000.0
Sets the output level when 10V is input, as
a percentage of the maximum output
frequency (E1-04).
Terminal A1 Bias Setting
–100.0 to +100.0
Sets the output level when 0V is input, as a
percentage of the maximum output
frequency (E1-04).
0.0 to 1000.0
Terminal A2 Gain Setting
Sets the output level when 10V is input.
051
Terminal FI bias
Set unit: 1% and set range -100 to +100%
–100.0 to+100.0
Sets the output level when 0V is input.
Terminal A2 Bias Setting
H3-11
052
Analog output
Select
(terminal AM-AC)
0: Output frequency
(10V = Max frequency n011)
1: Output current
(10V = rated current of inverter)
2: Output power (10V = inverter rated power)
3: DC bus voltage (10V = 1150VDC)
Selects which monitor will be output on
terminals FM
and FC.
1: Frequency Ref (100% = max. output
frequency)
Terminal FM Monitor
Selection
H4-01
042
044
2: Output Freq (100% = max. output
frequency)
3: Output Current (100% = drive rated
current)
6: Output Voltage (100% = 230V or 100%
= 460V)
7: DC Bus Voltage (100% = 400V or 100%
= 800V)
8: Output kWatts (100% = drive rated
power)
15: Term A1 Level
16: Term A2 Level
18: Mot SEC Current (100% = Motor rated
secondary
current)
20: SFS Output (100% = max. output
frequency)
24: PI Feedback
Page 39 of 48
Terminal M3-M4 Function
Selection
H2-02
Terminal A2 Signal Level
Selection
H3-08
MOP Ref Memory
d4-01
Frequency Reference Loss
Detection Selection
L4-05
H3-03
H3-10
Appendix 3- Parameter Cross Reference
GPD506/P5 Parameter
Param
No.
Nxxx
Parameter
Name
P7 Parameter
Description or Selection
(cont) Analog output
Description or Selection
31: Not Used
36: PI Input
37: PI Output (100% = max. output
frequency)
38: PI Setpoint
51: Auto Mode Fref (100% = max. output
frequency)
52: Hand Mode Fref (100% = max. output
frequency)
53: PI Feedback 2
NOTE: 100% = 10V DC output * FM gain
setting
(H4-02).
Parameter
Name
Terminal FM Monitor
Selection
Param.
No.
052
Select
(terminal AM-AC)
053
Analog output gain
Set unit: 0.01 and set range: 0.01-2.00
0.0 to 1000.0
Terminal FM Gain Setting
Sets terminal FM output voltage (in percent
of 10V)
when selected monitor is at 100% output.
H4-02
054
Carrier frequency
1, 2, 4 ~ 6: carrier freq = set value * 2.5 Khz
3: Carrier frequency =8kHz
7, 8, 9: The output freq of 2.5kHz or less is
proportional to the carrier frequency.
(7: 12*fout ,8: 24*fout, 9:36*fout)
10: Carrier frequency =7kHz
(Only 400V 45kW)
Carrier frequency sets the number of pulses Carrier Frequency Selection
per second of the output
voltage waveform.
0: Low Noise (Carrier frequency is
randomly moduled for lower
audible noise)
1: Fc = 2.0 kHz
2: Fc = 5.0 kHz
3: Fc = 8.0 kHz
4: Fc = 10.0 kHz
5: Fc = 12.5 kHz
6: Fc = 15.0 kHz
F: Program (Determined by the settings of
C6-03 thru C6-05)
C6-02
H4-01
0.4 to 15.0 kHz
Carrier Frequency Upper
Limit
C6-03
0.4 to 15.0 kHz
Carrier Frequency Lower
Limit
C6-04
0 to 99
Carrier Frequency
Sets the relationship of output frequency to Proportional
carrier frequency when C6-02 = F.
Gain
C6-05
055
Operation after
momentary power
loss
0: Not Provided.
1: Operation continues after power recovery
within 2 sec
2: Operation continues while control power is
on ( UV1, UV3 faults not are detected)
Enables and disables the momentary power Momentary Power Loss
Detection
loss function.
Selection
0: Disabled - Drive trips on (UV1) fault
when power is lost.
1: Power Loss Ride Thru Time - Drive will
restart if power returns within the time
set in L2-02.*
2: CPU Power Active - Drive will restart if
power returns prior to control power
supply shut down.*
* In order for a restart to occur, the run
command must be maintained throughout
the ride thru period.
L2-01
056
Speed search operation level
Set unit: 1%
Set range: 0-200%
(100%= rated current of inverter)
Speed Search Deactivation
Current
b3-02
057
Minimum base block time
Set unit: 0.1sec
Set range: 0.5-10.0sec
0 to 200
Used only when b3-01 = 2 or 3. Sets the
speed search operation current as a
percentage of Drive rated current.
0.1 to 5.0sec
Sets the minimum time to wait to allow the
residual motor voltage to decay before the
Drive output turns back on during power
loss ride thru. After a power loss, if L2-03
is greater than L2-02, operation resumes
after the time set in L2-03.
Momentary Power Loss
Minimum
Base Block Time
L2-03
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Appendix 3- Parameter Cross Reference
GPD506/P5 Parameter
Param
No.
Nxxx
Parameter
Name
P7 Parameter
Description or Selection
Description or Selection
Parameter
Name
Param.
No.
059
Power ride through
time
Set unit: 0.1sec and set range: 0.0-2.0sec
0.0 to 25.5sec
Sets the power loss ride-thru time. This
value is dependent on the capacity of the
Drive. Only effective when L2-01 = 1.
Momentary Power Loss
Ride-thru
Time
L2-02
060
No. of Fault Retries
Setting unit = 1 times
Set range: 0-10 times
(There is no fault retry at 0)
Number of Auto Restart
Attempts
L5-01
061
Fault contact during
fault retry
0: Fault contact output enabled while fault
retry.
1: Fault contact output disabled while fault
retry.
0 to 10
Sets the counter for the number of times the
Drive will perform an automatic restart on
the following faults: GF, LF, OC, OV, PF,
PUF, RH, RR, OL1, OL2, OL3, OL4,
UV1. Auto restart will check to see if the
fault has cleared every 5ms. When no fault
is present, the Drive will attempt an auto
restart. If the Drive faults after an auto
restart attempt, the counter is incremented.
When the drive operates without fault for
10 minutes, the counter will reset to the
value set in L5-01
Determines if the fault contact activates
during an automatic restart attempt.
0: No Fault Relay - fault contact will not
activate during an automatic restart
attempt.
1: Fault Relay Active - fault contact will
activate during an automatic restart
attempt.
Auto Restart Operation
Selection
L5-02
062
Jump frequency 1
Set unit: 0.1Hz and set range: 0.0-400.0Hz
d3-01
063
Jump frequency 2
Set unit: 0.1Hz and set range: 0.0-400.0Hz
064
Width of jump
Set unit: 0.1Hz and set range: 0.0-25.5Hz
0.0 to 200.0
Jump Frequency 1
These parameters allow programming of up
to three prohibited frequency reference
Jump Frequency 2
points for eliminating problems with
resonant vibration of the motor / machine.
This feature does not actually eliminate the Jump Frequency Width
selected frequency values, but will
accelerate and decelerate the motor through
the prohibited bandwidth.
065
Elapsed timer 1
mode
0: Operation time accumulates.
1: Operation time accumulates. (During Run)
Cumulative Operation Time
Selection
o2-08
066
Elapsed timer 1
(lower 4 digits)
Cumulative Operation Time
Setting
o2-07
067
Elapsed timer 1
(upper 4 digits)
068
DC injection braking current
b2-02
DC braking time at stop
DC Injection Braking Time at
Stop
b2-04
070
DC braking time at start
Set unit: 0.1sec and set range: 0.0-10.0sec
0 to 100
Sets the DC injection braking current as a
percentage of the Drive rated current.
0.00 to 10.00
Sets the time length of DC injection
braking at stop in units of 0.01 seconds.
NOTE: When b1-03 = 2, actual DC
Injection time is calculated as follows:
b2-04 * 10 * Output Frequency / E1-04.
NOTE: When b1-03 = 0, this parameter
determines the amount of time DC
Injection is applied to the motor at the end
of the decel ramp.
NOTE: This should be set to a minimum of
0.50 seconds when using HSB. This will
activate DC injection during the final
portion of HSB and help ensure that the
motor stops completely.
0.00 to 10.00
Sets the time of DC injection braking at
start in units of 0.01 seconds.
DC Injection Braking
Current
069
Setting unit = 1 hour, range = 0 ~ 9999 hours
1 minute is stored in EEPROM, < 1day
rounded up
Set unit: 1(For 10000 hours) and a set range:
0-27.
* Initial value becomes 0 only when
initialized during
CPF4 occurrence.
Set unit: 1%
Set range: 0-100%
(100%= rated current of inverter)
Set unit:0.1sec and set range: 0.0-10.0sec
Sets how time is accumulated for the
elapsed operation timer U1-13.
0: Power-On Time - Time accumulates
when the Drive is powered.
1: Running Time - Time accumulates only
when the Drive is running.
0 to 65535
Sets the initial value of the elapsed
operation timer U1-13.
DC Injection Braking Time at
Start
b2-03
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d3-02
d3-04
Appendix 3- Parameter Cross Reference
GPD506/P5 Parameter
Param
No.
Nxxx
Parameter
Name
Description or Selection
071
Torque comp gain
Set unit: 0.1 and set range: 0.0-3.0
072
Stall prevention during
deceleration
0: Stall prevention function none at
deceleration
1: The stall prevention is provided while
decelerating.
073
074
Stall prevention level
during acceleration
Stall prevention level
during run
P7 Parameter
Set unit: 1%
Set range: 30-200%
(100%= rated current of inverter)
(Stall prevention disabled when set point
=200%)
Set unit: 1%
Set range: 30-200%
(100%= rated current of inverter)
(Stall prevention disabled when set point
=200%)
Description or Selection
0.00 to 2.50
This parameter sets the gain for the Drive’s
automatic torque boost function to match
the Drive’s output voltage to the motor
load. This parameter helps to produce
better starting torque. It determines the
amount of torque or voltage boost based
upon motor current, motor resistance, and
output frequency.
When using a braking resistor, use setting
“0”. Setting “3” is used in specific
applications.
Parameter
Name
Param.
No.
Torque Compensation Gain
C4-01
Stall Prevention Selection
During
Decel
L3-04
0: Disabled - The Drive decelerates at the
active deceleration rate. If the load is too
large or the deceleration time is too
short, an OV fault may occur.
1: General Purpose - The Drive decelerates
at the active deceleration rate, but if the
main circuit DC bus voltage reaches the
stall prevention level (380/760Vdc),
deceleration will stop. Deceleration will
continue once the DC bus level drops
below the stall prevention level.
2: Intelligent - The active deceleration rate
is ignored and the Drive decelerates as
fast as possible w/o hitting OV fault
level. Range: C1-02 / 10.
3: Stall Prevention w/ Braking Resistor
Selects the stall prevention method used to Stall Prevention Selection
During
prevent excessive
Accel
current during acceleration.
0: Disabled - Motor accelerates at active
acceleration rate. The motor may stall if
load is too heavy or accel time is too
short.
1: General Purpose - When output current
exceeds L3-02 level, acceleration stops.
Acceleration will continue when the
output current level falls below the L3-02
level.
2: Intelligent - The active acceleration rate
is ignored. Acceleration is completed in
the shortest amount of time without
exceeding the current value set in L3-02.
L3-01
0 to 200
Stall Prevention Level During
This function is enabled when L3-01 is “1” Accel
or “2”.Drive rated current is 100%.
Decrease the set value if stalling or
excessive current occurs with factory
setting.
L3-02
Selects the stall prevention method to use
Stall Prevention Selection
to prevent Drive faults during run.
During
0: Disabled - Drive runs a set frequency.
Run
A heavy load may cause the Drive to trip
on an OC or OL fault.
1: Decel Time 1 - In order to avoid stalling
during heavy loading, the Drive will
decelerate at Decel time 1 (C1-02) if the
output current exceeds the level set by
L3-06. Once the current level drops
below the L3-06 level, the Drive will
accelerate back to its frequency reference
at the active acceleration rate.
2: Decel Time 2 - Same as setting 1 except
the Drive decelerates at Decel Time 2
(C1-04). When output frequency is 6Hz
or less, stall prevention during running is
disabled regardless of L3-05 setting.
L3-05
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Appendix 3- Parameter Cross Reference
GPD506/P5 Parameter
Param
No.
Nxxx
Parameter
Name
P7 Parameter
Description or Selection
Description or Selection
Parameter
Name
Param.
No.
075
Set frequency
detection level
Set unit: 0.1Hz and set range: 0.0-400.0Hz
0.0 to 200.0
L4-01 and L4-02 are used in conjunction
with the
multi-function outputs, (H2-01and H2-02)
as a setpoint
and hysteresis for a contact closure.
Speed Agreement Detection
Level
L4-01
076
Width of frequency
agreement detection
Set unit: 0.1Hz and set range: 0.0-25.5Hz
0.0 to 20.0
Speed Agreement Detection
Width
L4-02
077
Overtorque/
Undertorque
Selection
0: Overtorque/undertorque detection disabled.
1: Overtorque is detected during constant
speed operation and operation continues
after overtorque detection.
2: Overtorque is always detected and
operation continues after overtorque
detection.
3: Overtorque is detected during constant
speed operation and inverter output is
disabled after overtorque detection.
4: Overtorque is always detected and inverter
output is disabled after overtorque detection.
5: Undertorque is detected during constant
speed operation and operation continues
after undertorque detection.
6: Undertorque is always detected and
operation continues after undertorque
detection.
7: Undertorque is detected during constant
speed operation and inverter output is
disabled after undertorque detection.
8: Undertorque is always detected and inverter
output is disabled after undertorque
detection.
Torque Detection Selection 1
Determines the drive's response to an
overtorque /
undertorque condition. Overtorque and
Undertorque
are determined by the settings in
parameters L6-02 and
L6-03.
0: Disabled
1: [email protected] - Alm (Overtorque
Detection only
active during Speed Agree and Operation
continues
after detection)
2: OL At RUN - Alm (Overtorque
Detection is always
active and operation continues after
detection)
3: [email protected] - Flt (Overtorque
Detection only
active during Speed Agree and drive output
will shut
down on an OL3 fault.)
4: OL At RUN - Flt (Overtorque Detection
is always
active and drive output will shut down on
an OL3
fault.)
5: [email protected] - Alm (Undertorque
Detection is
only active during Speed Agree and
operation
continues after detection.)
6: UL at RUN - Alm (Undertorque
Detection is always
active and operation continues after
detection.)
7: UL @ SpdAgree - Flt (Undertorque
Detection only
active during Speed Agree and drive output
will shut
down on an OL3 fault.)
8: UL At RUN - Flt (Undertorque
Detection is always
active and drive output will shut down on
an OL3
fault.)
L6-01
078
Overtorque detection
level
Set unit: 1%
Set range: 30-200%
(100%= rated current of inverter)
0 to 300
Sets the overtorque/undertorque detection
level as a
percentage of Drive rated current.
L6-02
079
Overtorque detection time
Set unit: 0.1sec and set range: 0.1-10.0sec
080
(timer function)
ON Delay time
Set unit: 0.1sec
Set range: 0.0-25.5sec
0.0 to 10.0
Torque Detection Time 1
Sets the length of time an Over/Under
torque condition must exist before torque
detection 1 recognized by the Drive.
0.0 to 3000.0
Timer Function ON-Delay
Used in conjunction with a multi-function Time
digital input and a multi-function digital
output programmed for the timer function.
This sets the amount of time between when
the digital input is closed, and the digital
output is energized.
Page 43 of 48
Torque Detection Level 1
L6-03
b4-01
Appendix 3- Parameter Cross Reference
GPD506/P5 Parameter
Param
No.
Nxxx
Parameter
Name
P7 Parameter
Description or Selection
Description or Selection
Parameter
Name
Param.
No.
081
(timer function)
Off delay time
Set unit: 0.1sec
Set range: 0.0-25.5sec
0.0 to 3000.0
Used in conjunction with a multi-function
digital input and a multi-function digital
output programmed for the timer function.
This sets the amount of time the output
stays energized after the digital input is
opened.
Timer Function OFF-Delay
Time
b4-02
082
Braking resistor
Overheat protection
0: Braking resistor overheat protection
disabled.
1: Braking resistor overheat protection
enabled.
Internal Dynamic Braking
Resistor
Protection Selection
L8-01
083
Input open-phase
detection level
Set unit:1% and set range: 1-100%
(Open-phase detection disabled at set point
=100%)
Selects the DB protection only when using
3% duty cycle heatsink mount Yaskawa
braking resistor. This parameter does not
enable or disable the DB function of the
Drive.
0: Not Provided
1: Provided
Monitors the DC Bus current ripple and
activates when
one of the input phases is lost (PF).
Input Phase Loss Detection
Level
L8-06
084
(PID control)
PID control selection
0: PID control disabled.
1: PID control enabled. (D=Fdbk)
2: PID control enabled. (D=Fdfwd)
3: PID control enabled.
(D=Fdbk, feedback=reverse)
This parameter enables / disables the closed
loop (PI) controller.
0: Disabled
1: Enabled (commanded speed becomes PI
setpoint)
3: Fref+PI
086
(PID control)
Proportional gain
Set unit: 0.1
Set range: 0.0-10.0
Proportional Gain Setting
b5-02
087
(PID control)
Integral time
Set unit: 0.1sec
Set range: 0.0-100.0sec
Integral Time Setting
b5-03
089
(PID control)
Integration upper limit
Set unit: 1%
Set range: 0-109%
Integral Limit Setting
b5-04
090
PID Feedback loss
detection selection
PI Feedback Reference
Missing Detection Selection
b5-12
091
PID Feedback loss
detection level
0: PID feedback loss disabled.
1: PID feedback loss enabled, no fault
detected.
2: PID feedback loss enabled, fault detection
enabled.
Set unit:1%
Set range: 0-100%
0.00 to25.00
Sets the proportional gain of the PID
controller.
0.0 to 360.0
Sets the integral time for the PID
controller. A setting of zero disables
integral control.
0.0 to100.0
Sets the maximum output possible from the
integrator. Set as a% of maximum
frequency.
0: Disabled
1: Alarm
2: Fault
PI Feedback Loss Detection
Level
b5-13
092
PID Feedback loss
detection time
Set unit: 0.1sec
Set range: 0.0-25.5sec
PI Feedback Loss Detection
Time
b5-14
093
PID output
reverse-characteristic
0: Reverse-characteristic disabled
1: Reverse-characteristic enabled.
PI Output Level Selection
b5-09
094
PID Sleep function
operation level
Set unit: 0.1Hz
Set range: 0.0-400.0Hz
0 to 100
Sets the PID feedback loss detection level
as a percentage of maximum frequency
(E1-04).
0.0 to 25.5
Sets the PID feedback loss detection delay
time in terms of seconds.
Determines whether the PID controller will
be direct or reverse acting.
0: Normal Output (direct acting)
1: Reverse Output (reverse acting)
0.0 to 200.0
Sets the sleep function start frequency.
Sleep Function Start
Level
b5-15
095
PID Sleep function
operation time
Set unit: 0.1sec
Set range: 0.0-25.5sec
Sleep Delay Time
b5-16
096
Energy Saving
Selection
0: Energy saving disabled
1: Energy saving enabled
Energy Saving Control
Selection
b8-01
098
Energy Save Voltage Lower
limit @ 60 Hz
Set unit: 1%
Set range: 0-120%
Power Detection Filter Time
b8-05
099
Energy Save Voltage Lower
limit @ 6 Hz
Set unit:1%
Set range:0-25%
Search Operation Voltage
Limit
b8-06
0.0 to 25.5
Sets the sleep function delay time in terms
of seconds.
Energy Savings function enable/disable
selection.
0: Disabled
1: Enabled
Used to fine-tune the energy savings
function when in V/F control method.
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PI Mode Setting
b5-01
Appendix 3- Parameter Cross Reference
GPD506/P5 Parameter
Param
No.
Nxxx
Parameter
Name
P7 Parameter
Description or Selection
100
Time of average
KW
Set unit:1 (1=25ms)
Set range: 1-200 (25ms=5.0sec)
101
MEMOBUS timeout
detection
0: Timeout detection disabled.
1: Timeout detection enabled.
102
MEMOBUS Stop
method selection at
communication error (CE)
0: Deceleration stop
(Decelerate by deceleration time 1)
1: Coast stop
2: Deceleration stop
(Decelerate by deceleration time 2)
3: Continue operation (alarm display)
104
MEMOBUS
Slave address
Set unit:1 Set range:0-31
(There is no MEMOBUS communication at
set point =0)
105
MEMOBUS
Baud rate selection
0: 2400bps
1: 4800bps
2: 9600bps
106
MEMOBUS
Parity selection
0: Parity none
1: Even parity
2: Odd parity
108
Motor no-load current
Set unit: 1%
Set range: 0-99%
(100%= rated current of motor)
110
Operator Connection Fault
Detect Select
0: Operator connection fault disabled.
1: Operator connection fault enabled.
111
Local/remote Change- over
function Select
0: Cycle External run
1: Accept external run
112
Low frequency OL
starting point
Set unit: 0.1Hz
Set range: 0.0-10.0Hz
113
Continuous running
level at 0Hz
Set unit: 1%
Set range: 25-100%
Description or Selection
Parameter
Name
Param.
No.
0 to 2000
Used to fine-tune the energy savings
function when in V/F control method.
Enables or disables the communications
timeout fault (CE).
0: Disabled - A communication loss will
not cause a communication fault.
1: Enabled - If communication is lost for
more than 2 seconds, a CE fault will
occur.
Selects the stopping method when a
communication timeout fault (CE) is
detected.
0: Ramp to Stop
1: Coast to Stop
2: Fast-Stop
3: Alarm Only
4: Run at d1-04
0 to 20 Hex
Selects Drive station node number
(address) for Modbus terminals R+, R-, S+,
S-. The Drive’s power must be cycled for
the setting to take effect.
Selects the baud rate for Modbus terminals
R+, R-, S+ and S-. The Drive’s power must
be cycled for the setting to take effect.
0: 1200 bps
1: 2400 bps
2: 4800 bps
3: 9600 bps
4: 19200 bps
Power Detection Filter Time
b8-05
Communication Error
Detection
Selection
H5-05
Stopping Method after
Communication Error
H5-04
Drive Node Address
H5-01
Communication Speed
Selection
H5-02
Selects the communication parity for
Modbus terminals R+, R-, S+ and S-. The
Drive’s power must be cycled for the
setting to take effect.
0: No Parity
1: Even Parity
2: Odd Parity
Set to the magnetizing current of the motor
as a percentage of full load amps (E2-01).
This value is automatically set during
rotational Auto-Tuning.
Determines if the Drive will stop when the
Digital Operator is removed when in
LOCAL mode or b1-02=0.
0: Disabled - The Drive will not stop when
the Digital Operator is removed.
1: Enabled - The Drive will fault (OPR)
and coast to stop when the operator is
removed.
0: Cycle External RUN - If the run
command is closed when switching from
local mode to remote mode, the Drive
will not run.
1: Accept External RUN - If the run
command is closed when switching
from local mode to remote mode, the
Drive will run.
This parameter assists in protecting the
output transistors from overheating when
output current is high and output frequency
is low (6Hz and less).
0: Disabled
1: Enabled (L8-18 is active)
Communication Parity
Selection
H5-03
No-Load Current
E2-03
Operation Selection when
Digital
Operator is Disconnected
o2-06
Local/Remote Run Selection
b1-07
OL2 Characteristic Selection
at
Low Speeds
L8-15
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Appendix 3- Parameter Cross Reference
GPD506/P5 Parameter
Param
No.
Nxxx
Parameter
Name
P7 Parameter
Description or Selection
Description or Selection
Parameter
Name
Param.
No.
115
KVA selection
Set unit: 1
Set range: PC5 (0~8, 20~29),
GPD506/P5(9~F, 2A~35)
Drive/kVA Selection
0 to FF
Sets the kVA of the Drive. Enter the
number based on Drive model number. Use
the last four digits of the model number.
CIMR-P7U
.
This parameter only needs to be set when
installing a new control board. Do not
change for any other reason.
Refer to Table B.1. in the P7 Instruction
Manual
o2-04
116
CT/VT selection
0: Constant Torque selection
1: Variable Torque selection
Selects Drive’s rated input and output
current, overload capacity, carrier
frequency, current limit, and maximum
output frequency. See Introduction for
details.
1: Normal Duty 1
2: Normal Duty 2
C6-01
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Reduced Current Rating
Standard Current Rating
Appendix 3- Parameter Cross Reference
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GPD506/P5 to P7 Product Transition Guide
Yaskawa Electric America, Inc
16555 W. Ryerson Rd
New Berlin, WI
(800)YASKAWA (927-5292) Fax (262) 782-3418
www.drives.com
YEA Document Number: PL.P7.06.Transistion
9/24/03
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