Delta VFD-V Users Manual
VFD-V Series
Preface
Thank you for choosing DELTA’s high-performance VFD-V Series. VFD-V Series
are manufactured by adopting high-quality components, material and incorporating the
latest microprocessor technology available.
Getting Started
This manual will be helpful in the installation, parameter setting, troubleshooting, and daily
maintenance of the AC motor drives. To guarantee safe operation of the equipment, read
the following safety guidelines before connecting power to the AC drives. Keep this
operating manual handy and distribute to all users for reference.
!
WARNING
!
Always read this manual thoroughly before using VFD-V series AC Motor Drives.
!
DANGER! AC input power must be disconnected before any maintenance. Do not
connect or disconnect wires and connectors while power is applied to the circuit.
Maintenance must be performed by qualified technicians.
!
CAUTION! There are highly sensitive MOS components on the printed circuit boards.
These components are especially sensitive to static electricity. To avoid damage to
these components, do not touch these components or the circuit boards with metal
objects or your bare hands.
!
DANGER! A charge may still remain in the DC-link capacitor with hazardous voltages
even if the power has been turned off. To avoid personal injury, please ensure that
power has turned off before operating AC drive and wait ten minutes for capacitors to
discharge to safe voltage levels.
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CAUTION! Ground the VFD-V using the ground terminal. The grounding method must
comply with the laws of the country where the AC drive is to be installed. Refer to Basic
Wiring Diagram.
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DANGER! The AC drive may be destroyed beyond repair if incorrect cables are
connected to the input/output terminals. Never connect the AC drive output terminals
U/T1, V/T2, and W/T3 directly to the AC main circuit power supply.
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CAUTION! The final enclosures of the AC drive must comply with EN50178. (Live parts
shall be arranged in enclosures or located behind barriers that meet at least the
requirements of the Protective Type IP20. The top surface of the enclosures or barrier
that is easily accessible shall meet at least the requirements of the Protective Type
IP40). (VFD-V series corresponds with this regulation.)
CAUTION! Heat sink may heat up over 70oC (158oF), during the operation. Do not
touch the heat sink.
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CHAPTER 1 RECEIVING AND INSPECTION
1.1 Nameplate Information ...........................................................................................1 - 1
1.2 Model Explanation ..................................................................................................1 - 1
1.3 Serial Number Explanation.....................................................................................1 - 2
CHAPTER 2 STORAGE AND INSTALLATION
2.1 Storage ...................................................................................................................2 - 1
2.2 Installation ..............................................................................................................2 - 2
CHAPTER 3 WIRING
3.1 Basic Wiring Diagram .............................................................................................3 - 2
3.2 External Wiring .......................................................................................................3 - 5
3.3 Main Circuit Terminal Explanations.........................................................................3 - 6
3.4 Control Terminal Explanations ................................................................................3 - 6
3.5 Component Explanations .......................................................................................3 - 8
3.6 Wiring Notice ..........................................................................................................3 - 1 4
CHAPTER 4 DIGITAL KEYPAD (VFD-PU05) OPERATION
4.1 Description of the Digital Keypad VFD-PU05 .........................................................4 - 1
4.2 Explanations of Display Messages .........................................................................4 - 1
4.3 Operation steps of the Digital Keypad VFD-PU05 ..................................................4 - 3
CHAPTER 5 DESCRIPTION OF PARAMETER SETTINGS
5.1 Group 0: System Parameter...................................................................................5 - 1
5.2 Group 1: Basic Parameter ......................................................................................5 - 1 3
5.3 Group 2: Digital Output/Input Parameter ................................................................5 - 1 8
5.4 Group 3: Analog Output/Input Parameter ...............................................................5 - 2 7
5.5 Group 4: Multi-Step Speed and Procedural Operation Parameter..........................5 - 3 5
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5.6 Group 5: Motor Modulation Parameter ...................................................................5 - 4 0
5.7 Group 6: Protection Parameter...............................................................................5 - 4 5
5.8 Group 7: Special Parameter ...................................................................................5 - 5 2
5.9 Group 8: High-Performance Parameter..................................................................5 - 5 8
5.10 Group 9: Communication Parameter ....................................................................5 - 6 2
5.11 Group 10: Speed Feedback Parameter ................................................................5 - 7 3
CHAPTER 6
MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTIONS.......................................................6 - 1
CHAPTER 7
TROUBLESHOOTING...............................................................................7 - 1
CHAPTER 8
PARAMETER SUMMARY.........................................................................8 - 1
APPENDIX A
SPECIFICATIONS ...................................................................................A - 1
APPENDIX B
ACCESSORIES .......................................................................................B - 1
B.1 Fuse Specification Chart ........................................................................................B - 1
B.2 Braking Resistors ...................................................................................................B - 3
B.3 AMD - EMI Filter Cross Reference.........................................................................B - 7
B.4 PG Card .................................................................................................................B - 1 3
B.5 Zero Phase Reactor ...............................................................................................B - 17
APPENDIX C
DIMENSIONS...........................................................................................C - 1
APPENDIX D
EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY ..................................................D - 1
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CHAPTER 1 RECEIVING AND INSPECTION
This VFD-V AC drive has gone through rigorous quality control tests at the factory before
shipment. After receiving the AC drive, please check for the following:
Receiving
Check to make sure that the package includes an AC drive, the User Manual, dust
covers and rubber bushings.
Inspect the unit to insure it was not damaged during shipment.
Make sure that the part number indicated on the nameplate corresponds with the part number
of your order.
1.1 Nameplate Information → Example for 5HP/3.7kW 230V 3-Phase
Model Type
Input Spec.
Output Spec.
Output freq.
Barcode
037V23A0T0010123
1.2 Model Explanation
VFD 037 V 23 A
Version Type
Input Voltage
23:230V 3-PHASE
43:460V 3-PHASE
VFD-V Series
Applicable Motor Capacity
Series Name
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007:1HP(0.75kW)
015:2HP(1.5kW)
022:3HP(2.2kW)
037:5HP(3.7kW)
055:7.5HP(5.5kW) 075:10HP(7.5kW)
110:15HP(11kW)
150:20HP(15kW)
185:25HP(18.5kW) 220:30HP(22kW)
300:40HP(30kW)
370:50HP(37kW)
450:60HP(45kW)
550: 75HP(55kW)
750:100HP(75kW)
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1.3 Serial Number Explanation
037V23A0T 0 10 9999
Production Number
Production Week
Production Year
Production Factory
Production Model
230V 3-PHASE 5HP(3.7kW)
●Please contact the dealers immediately should any discrepancy occurred.
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CHAPTER 2 STORAGE AND INSTALLATION
2.1 Storage
The AC drive should be kept in the shipping carton before installation. In order to retain the
warranty coverage, the AC drive should be stored properly when it is not to be used for an
extended period of time.
Ambient Conditions:
Operation
Storage
Transportation
Pollution Degree
Air Temperature: -10oC to +40oC (14oF to 104oF)
+50oC (122oF) without dust cover.
Atmosphere pressure: 86 to 106 kPa
Installation Site Altitude: below 1000m
Vibration: Maximum 9.80 m/s2 (1G) at less than 20Hz
Maximum 5.88 m/s2 (0.6G) at 20Hz to 50Hz
Temperature: -20oC to +65oC (-4oF to 149oF)
Relative Humidity: Less than 90%, no condensation allowed
Atmosphere pressure: 86 to 106 kPa
Temperature: -20oC to +60oC (-4oF to 140oF)
Relative Humidity: Less than 90%, no condensation allowed
Atmosphere pressure: 86 to 106 kPa
Vibration: Maximum 9.80 m/s2 (1G) at less than 20Hz, Maximum 5.88
m/s2 (0.6G) at 20Hz to 50Hz
2: good for a factory type environment.
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2.2 Installation
CAUTION
The control, power supply and motor leads must be laid separately. They must not be
fed through the same cable conduit / trunking.
High voltage insulation test equipment must not be used on cables connected to the
drive.
Improper installation of the AC drive will greatly reduce its life. Be sure to observe the
following precautions when selecting a mounting location.
Failure to observe these precautions may void the warranty!
Do not mount the AC drive near heat-radiating elements or in direct sunlight.
Do not install the AC drive in a place subjected to high temperature, high humidity,
excessive vibration, corrosive gases or liquids, or airborne dust or metallic particles.
Mount the AC drive vertically and do not restrict the air flow to the heat sink fins.
The AC drive generates heat. Allow sufficient space around the unit for heat dissipation.
120mm
Air Flow
50mm
FWD
REV
PROG
DATA
50mm
120mm
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CHAPTER 3 WIRING
DANGER
Hazardous Voltage
Before accessing the AC drive:
Disconnect all power to the AC drive.
Wait five minutes for DC bus capacitors discharge.
Any electrical or mechanical modification to this equipment without prior written
consent of Delta Electronics, Inc. will void all warranties and may result in a safety
hazard in addition to voiding the UL listing.
Short Circuit Withstand:
The rated voltage must be equal to or less than 240V (460V model is 480Volts) and the current
must be equal to or less than 5000A RMS. (the model of 51HP or above is 10000A RMS)
General Wiring Information
Applicable Codes
VFD-V AC drives (007V23/43A, 015V23/43A, 022V23/43A, 037V23/43A, 055V23/43A,
075V23/43A, 110V43B, 110V23/43A, 150V23/43A, 185V23/43A, 220V23/43A, 300V23/43A,
370V23/43A, 450V43A) are Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. (UL) and Canadian Underwriters
Laboratories (cUL) listed, and therefore comply with the requirements of the National Electrical
Code (NEC) and the Canadian Electrical Code (CEC).
Installation intended to meet the UL and cUL requirements must follow the instructions
provided in “Wiring Notes” as a minimum standard. Follow all local codes that exceed UL and
cUL requirements. Refer to the technical data label affixed to the AC drive and the motor
nameplate for electrical data.
The "Line Fuse Specification" in Appendix B, lists the recommended fuse part number for each
V-Series part number. These fuses (or equivalent) must be used on all installations where
compliance with U.L. standards is a required.
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3.1 Basic Wiring Diagram
For wiring of the inverter, it is divided into the main circuit and the control circuit. Users
could open the case cover, and could inspect the main circuit terminal and the control circuit
terminal; users connect the circuit in compliance with the following wiring method.
The following diagram is the standard wiring diagram for the VFD-V inverter.
Wiring Diagram 1
10HP(7.5kW) and below
DC choke
(optional)
Jumper
Fuse/NFB(None Fuse Breaker)
+1
R/L1
S/L2
T/L3
E
R/L1
S/L2
T/L3
Recommended Circuit
when power supply
is turned OFF by a
fault output
Factory Default:
SINK Mode
MC
ON
OFF
REV/STOP
Sw1
Multi-step 1
Source
Please refer to wiring
of SINK mode and
SOURCE mode.
Factory
default
Multi-step 2
Multi-step 3
Multi-step 4
Multi-step 5
Multi-step 6
Digital Signal Common
* Don’t input voltage directly
to the above signals.
RB
RA
RB
+24V
FWD
REV
MI1
MI2
MI3
MI4
MI5
MI6
DCM
RC
MRA
MRC
MO1
MO2
Shield terminal
+10V
5K
MCM
AFM
AVI
2
1
4~20mA
-10~+10V
Analog Signal Common
Master Frequency
0 to 10V 47K
ACI
AUI
ACM
Main circuit (power) terminals
DCM
Photocoupler Common
Output Terminal
Multi-function Analog Output
Terminal
Factory default: Output
Frequency 0~ 10VDC/2mA
Analog Signal common
Digital Frequency Output
Terminal
Factory default: 1:1
Duty=50% 10VDC
Digital Signal Common
RS-485
Serial interface
1: +EV 2: GND 3: SG4: SG+ 5:NC
6: NC
Control circuit terminals
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Factory setting:
Operation Indication
Multi-function Photocoupler
Output 48VDC 50mA
Factory default:
Driver-Ready Indication
E
DFM
Power supply
+10V 20mA
Please refer to “Control
Terminal Explanation”.
Factory default:
Frequency-Achieving Indication
ACM
3
IM
3~
E
RC
MC
Motor
W/T3
SA
FWD/STOP
Sink
B2
U/T1
V/T2
Shielded leads & Cable
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Wiring Diagram 2
15HP(11kW) and above
DC chock
(optional)
Fuse/NFB(None Fuse Breaker)
+1
R/L1
S/L2
T/L3
E
R/L1
S/L2
T/L3
Recommended Circuit
when power supply
is turned OFF by a
fault output
Factory Default:
SINK Mode
SA
MC
ON
OFF
REV/STOP
Sw1
Multi-step 1
Source
Please refer to wiring
of SINK mode and
SOURCE mode.
Factory
default
-(minus sign)
Multi-step 2
Multi-step 3
Multi-step 4
Multi-step 5
Multi-step 6
Digital Signal Common
* Don’t input voltage directly
to the above signals.
E
RB
RA
RB
+24V
FWD
REV
MI1
MI2
MI3
MI4
MI5
MI6
DCM
RC
MRA
MRC
MO1
Shield terminal
Power supply
+10V 20mA
1
4~20mA
-10~+10V
MCM
AFM
E
DFM
Analog Signal Common
Main circuit (power) terminals
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Master Frequency
0 to 10V 47K
ACI
AUI
ACM
DCM
Control circuit terminals
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Factory setting:
Operation Indication
Multi-function Photocoupler
Output 48VDC 50mA
Factory default:
Driver-Ready Indication
AVI
2
Please refer to “Control
Terminal Explanation”.
Factory default:
Frequency-Achieving Indication
MO2
+10V
5K
IM
3~
W/T3
ACM
3
Motor
U/T1
V/T2
RC
MC
FWD/STOP
Sink
VFDB
Jumper
Photocoupler Common
Output Terminal
Multi-function Analog Output
Terminal
Factory default: Output
Frequency 0~ 10VDC/2mA
Analog Signal common
Digital Frequency Output
Terminal
Factory default: 1:1
Duty=50% 10VDC
Digital Signal Common
RS-485
Serial interface
1: +EV 2: GND 3: SG4: SG+ 5:NC
6: NC
Shielded leads & Cable
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Wiring of SINK mode and SOURCE mode
+24V
FWD
REV
MI1
MI2
MI3
MI4
FWD/STOP
REV/STOP
Multi-step 1
Multi-step 2
Multi-step 3
Multi-step 4
Multi-step 5
Multi-step 6
Digital Signal Common
MI5
MI6
DCM
Sink
Sw1
Source
+24V
FWD
REV
MI1
MI2
MI3
MI4
FWD/STOP
REV/STOP
Multi-step 1
Multi-step 2
Multi-step 3
Multi-step 4
Multi-step 5
Multi-step 6
Digital Signal Common
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MI5
MI6
DCM
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3.2 External Wiring
Items
Explanations
Please follow the specific power
Power
supply requirement shown in
supply
APPENDIX-A.
There may be inrush current during
Fuse/NFB power up. Please check the chart of
APPENDIX B and select the correct
(Optional) fuse with rated current. NFB is
optional.
Power Supply
FUSE/NFB
Magnetic
contactor
Input AC
Line Reactor
Zero-phase
Reactor
EMI Filter
R/L1
S/L2
T/L3
+1
+2/B1
B2
U/T1
V/T2
Please do not use a Magnetic
Magnetic
contactor as the I/O switch of the AC
contactor
drive, this will reduce the operating
(Optional)
life cycle of the AC drive.
Input AC
Line
Reactor
(Optional)
DC
Choke
Braking
Resistor
W/T3
Zero-phase
Reactor
Output AC
Line Reactor
Motor
Zero-phase
Reactor
(Ferrite
Core
Common
Choke)
(Optional)
EMI filter
(Optional)
Used to reduce stopping time of the
Braking
motor. Please refer to the chart on
Resistor
Appendix B for specific Braking
(Optional)
Resistors.
Output AC
Line
Reactor
(Optional)
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In order to improve the input power
factor, reduces harmonics and
protection from AC line
disturbances. (Surge, switching
spike, power flick, etc.) AC line
reactor should be installed when the
power supply capacity is 500kVA or
more and exceeds 6 times of the
inverter capacity, or the wiring
distance within 10m.
Zero phase reactors are used to
reduce radio noise specify when the
audio equipments installed near the
inverter. Good effective for noise
reduction on both the input and
output sides. Attenuation quality is
good in a wide range from AM band
to 10Mhz. Appendix B for specifies
zero phase reactors. (RF220X00A)
To reduce the electromagnetic
interference. Please refer to
Appendix B for detail.
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Motor surge voltage amplitudes
depending on the motor cable
length. For long motor cable
application, it is necessary installed
on the inverter output side.
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3.3 Main Circuit Terminal Explanations
Terminal Symbol
R/L1, S/L2, T/L3
Content Explanation
Input terminals for business-used power supply
U/T1, V/T2, W/T3 Output terminals for the AC motor drivers (at the side of the motor)
Power-improved continuing terminals of the DC reactor; disconnect
+1~+2/B1
the short-circuit piece when the device is installed
Connecting terminals of the braking resistor; purchase and install
+2/B1~B2
these devices according to the selection chart
+2/B1~
Continuing terminals of the braking module (the VFDB series)
Ground terminals, please have these terminals grounded following
the third-type grounding of 230V series and the special grounding of
460V series within the electrician regulations
3.4 Control Terminal Explanations
Terminal
Explanation on the Terminal Function
Symbol
FWD FWD RUN-STOP command
REV REV RUN-STOP command
MI1
Multi-function input selection 1 (3-wire
STOP-designated terminal)
MI2
Multi-function input selection 2
MI3
Multi-function input selection 3
MI4
Multi-function input selection 4
MI5
Multi-function input selection 5
MI6
Multi-function input selection 6 (TRG-designated
terminal)
DFM
Digital frequency signal output
+24V
DCM
RA
RB
RC
MRA
MRC
MO1
Factory Setting
Multi-step 1 command
Multi-step 2 command
Multi-step 3 command
Multi-step 4 command
Abnormal reset command
EF
1:1
+24V 20mA
Digital control signal – the common end
Digital control signal – the common end
Multi-function relay output contact (NO a)
Resistive Load
Multi-function relay output contact (NC b)
5A(N.O.)/3A(N.C.) 240VAC
Multi-function relay output contact
5A(N.O.)/3A(N.C.) 24VDC
Multi-function relay output contact (NO a)
Multi-function relay output contact – the common Inductive Load
end
1.5A(N.O.)/0.5A(N.C.)
240VAC
1.5A(N.O.)/0.5A(N.C.)
24VDC
Refer to Pr.02-11 to
Pr.02-12
Multi-function output terminal 1 (photo coupler)
Instruction during operation
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Terminal
Explanation on the Terminal Function
Symbol
MO2 Multi-function output terminal 2 (photo coupler)
(Max 48VDC 50mA)
MO3 Multi-function output terminal 3 (photo coupler)
(Max 48VDC 50mA)
MCM Multi-function output terminal – the common end
+10V
Auxiliary reference power
Factory Setting
Set up the frequency
attained
Driver ready
Max 48VDC 50mA
+10V 20mA
AVI
Analog voltage frequency command
ACI
Analog current frequency command
AUI
Auxiliary analog voltage frequency command
AFM
Multi-function analog voltage output
ACM
Analog control signal – the common end
The greatest operation
frequency corresponding to
0~+10V
The greatest operation
frequency corresponding to
4~20mA
The greatest operation
frequency corresponding to
-10~+10V
The greatest operation
frequency corresponding to
-10~10V
* Analog control signal wire specification: 18 AWG (0.8 mm2), cover the isolation
twisted wire.
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3.5 Component Explanations
1 HP to 5 HP (VFD007V23A/43A, VFD015V23A/43A, VFD022V23A/43A, VFD037V23A/43A)
+1 +2 B1
-
B2
U/T1 V/T2 W/T3
Screw Torque :
18Kgf-cm
Wire Gauge :
18~10AWG
R/L1 S/L2 T/L3
Control Terminal
Torque: 8Kgf-cm (6.9 in-lbf)
Wire: 22-14 AWG
Power Terminal
Torque: 18 kgf-cm (15.6 in-lbf)
Wire Gauge: 18-10 AWG
Wire Type: Stranded Copper only, 75°C
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7.5 HP to 15 HP (VFD055V23A/43A, VFD075V23A/43A, VFD110V43B)
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POWER
IM
3
MOTOR
Control Terminal
Torque: 8Kgf-cm (6.9 in-lbf)
Wire: 22-14 AWG
Power Terminal
Torque: 30 kgf-cm (26 in-lbf)
Wire Gauge: 12-8 AWG
Wire Type: Stranded Copper only, 75°C
Note: If wiring of the terminal utilizes the wire with a 6AWG-diameter, it is thus
necessary to use the Recongnized Ring Terminal to conduct a proper wiring.
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VFD-V Series
15HP to 30HP (VFD110V23A/43A, VFD150V23A/43A, VFD185V23A/43A,
VFD220V23A/43A)
R/L1 S/L2 T/L3 +1
POWER
+2
DC (+)
-
DC ( - )
V/T2 W/T3
IM
3
MOTOR
Control Terminal
Torque: 8Kgf-cm (6.9 in-lbf)
Wire: 22-14 AWG
Power Terminal
Torque: 30 kgf-cm (26 in-lbf)
Wire Gauge: 8-2 AWG
Wire Type: Stranded Copper only, 75°C
NOTE: If wiring of the terminal of VFD220V23A utilizes the wire with a 1AWG-diameter, it
is thus necessary to use the Recognized Ring Terminal to conduct a proper
wiring.
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VFD-V Series
40 to 50 HP 230V (VFD300V23A, VFD370V23A)
3
POWER
ALARM
CHARGE
R/L1 S/L2 T/L3
POWER
+1
+2
Screw Torque:
200kgf-cm (173in-lbf)
Control Terminal
Torque: 8Kgf-cm (6.9 in-lbf)
Wire: 22-14 AWG
Power Terminal
Torque: 200 kgf-cm (173.6 in-lbf)
Wire Gauge: 1/0 – 4/0 AWG
Wire Type: Stranded Copper only, 75°C
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U/T1 V/T2 W/T3
IM
3
MOTOR
VFD-V Series
40HP to 60HP 460V (VFD300V43A, VFD370V43A, VFD450V43A)
POWER
ALARM
CHARGE
R/L1 S/L2 T/L3
+1
+2
-
U/T1 V/T2 2/T3
IM
3
POWER
MOTOR
Control Terminal
Torque: 8Kgf-cm (6.9 in-lbf)
Wire: 22-14 AWG
Power Terminal
Torque: 57 kgf-cm (49.5 in-lbf)
Wire Gauge: 4-2 AWG
Wire Type: Stranded Copper only, 75°C
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75-100 HP 460V (VFD550V43A, VFD750V43A)
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R/L1 S/L2 T/L3
POWER
+1
+2
S c rew T orque:
200k gf-cm
Control Terminal
Torque: 8Kgf-cm (6.9 in-lbf)
Wire: 22-14 AWG
Power Terminal
Torque: 200 kgf-cm (173.6 in-lbf)
Wire Gauge: 1/0 – 4/0 AWG
Wire Type: Stranded Copper only, 75°C
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U/T1 V/T2 W/T3
MOT OR
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3.6 Wiring Notice
1. There are corresponding ring terminals which will be included with each unit (15-30HP),
and please use the proper crimping tool by KST INC. P/N: KST-HDC38A for securing
the conductor.
2. When wiring up, and that the wiring route specifications are settled, please conduct the
wiring following the electrician regulations.
3. The connection between the three-phase AC input power and the main circuit terminal
R/L1, S/L2, T/L3 has to set up a none-fusing switch in between. The best is to series
connect with an electro-magnetic contactor (MC) so as to cut off the power supply at the
same time when the inverter protection function acts. (The two ends of the
electro-magnetic contactor should have the R-C Varistor).
4. There is no phase-order differentiation in the input power R/L1, S/L2, T/L3 and users
could connect with either one of use.
5. The ground terminal E is grounded with the third-type grounding method (with the
grounding impedance under 100Ω).
6. The grounding wire of the inverter could not be grounded at the same time with
machinery with grand current loading, like that of the electric soldering machine and of
the motor with grand horsepower; they have to be grounded individually.
7. The shorter the ground wire, the better it is.
8. When several inverters are grounded at the same time, be sure not to make it into a
ground circuit. Please refer to the following diagram:
FWD RUN
9. If the output terminals U/T1, V/T2 and W/T3 of the inverter are connecting relatively to
the U, V, and W terminals of the motor, the FWD indicator located on the digital control
panel of the inverter will be lit, and that means the inverter is running forward, and the
rotation direction of the motor will be shown as the right hand side diagram above; if the
REV indicator is lit, it means that the inverter is running in reverse direction, and the
rotation direction will be of the opposite direction compared with the above diagram. If
users are not sure of whether the connection between output terminals U/T1, V/T2 and
W/T3 of the inverter is of one-to-one connection with U, V, and W terminals of the motor,
simply swap either two wires among the U, V, and W terminals of the motor for
correction if the inverter is running forward while the motor is running at reverse
direction.
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10. Be sure of the power voltage and the greatest current possible supplied.
11. When the “Digital Hand-held Programming Panel” is displayed, please do not
disconnect or dissemble any wiring.
12. No braking resistor is installed within the VFD-V inverter (selective purchasing item),
therefore, be sure to purchase and install the braking resistor if to be used on occasions
when the loading inertia is great or that it is of frequent start/stop.
13. Be sure not to connect the AC power with the terminals U/T1, V/T2 and W/T3 on the
power-generating side of the inverter.
14. Please tightly fasten the screws of the main circuit terminals so as to prevent sparks
generated due to the vibration and loosening of the screws.
15. Wiring of the main circuit and of the control circuit should be separated so as to prevent
erroneous actions. If the interlock connection is needed, please make it an
intersection of 90°.
16. If terminals U/T1, V/T2 and W/T3 on the power-generating side of the inverter is in need
of the noise wave-filter, it is then necessary to use the induction-type L-Varistor, but be
sure not to add in the phase-carrying capacitor or the L-C- and R-C-type wave filters.
17. Please use the separating wire as much as possible during control wiring, and be sure
not to expose the peeled-off separation net in front of the terminal to the external.
18. Please use the separating wire or tube as much as possible during power wiring, and
ground these two ends of the separating layer or tube to the ground.
19. If the installation site of the inverter is sensitive to interferences, please have the RFI
wave filters installed, and the nearer the inverter to the installation site, the better. In
addition, the lower the carrier wave frequency of, the less the interferences.
20. If the electric-leakage circuit breaker is installed in the inverter, it could serve as the
protection for the electric-leakage error, and as the prevention on the erroneous actions
of the electric-leakage circuit breaker; please select the sensor current above 200mA
with the action time of more than 0.1 second to have these actions accessible.
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CHAPTER 4 DIGITAL KEYPAD (VFD-PU05) OPERATION
4.1 Description of the Digital Keypad VFD-PU05
LED Display
Display frequency, current, voltage
and error, etc.
F
H
U
Part Number
VFD-PU05
EXT PU
MODE Selection key
Press this key to view different
operating values
PU
JOG
Status Display
Display the driver's current status
When "PU" lights, RUN/STOP is
controlled by PU05. When "PU" is
dark, RUN/STOP is set by 00-21.
When "EXT" lights, frequency
command and torque command
is set by 00-20. When "EXT" is dark,
it is controlled by PU05.
Left key
moves cursor to the left
Right key
Moves the cursor right
FWD/REV Direction key
RUN key
STOP
RESET
RUN
STOP/RESET
4.2 Explanations of Display Messages
Messages Displayed
Descriptions
Master frequency of the drive
Actual operation frequency output to the motor from
the drive
User-selected content (the side DC-BUS voltage)
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Messages Displayed
Descriptions
Output current
Parameter duplication function: press
PROG/DATA and hold still for about 2~3 seconds,
it will start blinking and will duplicate the parameter
to PU-05.
Press the “Up” or “Down” key to switch to the
“SAVE” function
Parameter duplication function: press
PROG/DATA and hold still for about 2~3 seconds,
it will start blinking and will write the parameter into
the drive.
Press the “Up” or “Down” key to switch to the
“READ” function
The specified parameter item
Value of the parameter content
If the “End” message is displayed (as shown in the
figure), for about 1 second, it is an indication that
the data has been accepted and saved to the
internal memory automatically.
Displayed when the preset data is not accepted or
that the value goes over the limit
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4.3 Operation steps of the Digital Keypad VFD-PU05
VFD-PU05 Operation Flow Chart
Or
XX
Press UP key to select
SAVE: save parameters
READ: copy parameters
Press PROG/DATA for
about 2 seconds or until
it is flashing, then save/copy
data from AC drive to PU05.
XX-XX
XXXXX
-ERR-
-ENDSucceed to
Write in
Cannot
write in
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CHAPTER 5 DESCRIPTION OF PARAMETER SETTINGS
5.1 Group 0: System Parameter
00-00 Identity Code
Settings
Read Only
Factory setting
Read Only
Based on the model type
00-01 Rated Current Display
Settings
Factory setting
Based on the model type
230V Series
Power [HP]
0.75 1.5
[1] [2]
2.2
[3]
3.7 5.5 7.5 11 15 18.5 22 30 37
[5] [7.5] [10] [15] [20] [25] [30] [40] [50]
Model Code
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
Rated Current of the
Fixed Torque
5
7.5
11
17
25
33
49
65
75
90 120 146
Rated Current of the
6.25 9.375 13.75 21.25 31.25 41.25 61.25 81.25 93.75 112.5 150 182.5
Variable Torque
The Greatest Carrier
Wave Frequency
15KHz
10KHz
460V Series 0.75 1.5 2.2 3.7 5.5 7.5 11 15 18.5 22 30 37
45 55 75
Power [HP] [1] [2] [3] [5] [7.5] [10] [15] [20] [25] [30] [40] [50] [60] [75] [100]
Model Code
5
7
9
11
13
15
17 19
21
23
25
27
29
31
Rated Current
of the Fixed
Torque
3
4.2
6
8.5
13
18
24 32
38
45
60
73
91
110 150
Rated Current
of the Variable
Torque
3.75
5.25
7.5
22.5
30
47.5
56.25
75
91.25
113.75
The Greatest
Carrier Wave
Frequency
10.625 16.25
15KHz
40
10KHz
137.5
33
187.5
6KHz
Pr. 00-00 and Pr. 00-01 offer the user the ability to verify the drive’s capacity and current
rating which has been preset by the factory.
Note 1: This parameter is read only.
Note 2: The factory setting is a constant torque rating. If a variable torque rating is desired,
please refer to Pr. 00-12.
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00-02 Parameter Reset
Settings
Bit
settings
Factory setting
10
Parameter reset (for 60Hz input)
9
Parameter reset (for 50Hz input)
Bit 0 1 Parameters are read only
0
20 1
Bit 1 1 Disable Frequency and Torque Command changes. 21 2
22 4
Bit 2 1 Keypad disable
This parameter offers several functions.
1) The user may reset all parameters to their original factory settings.
2) The user may disable the keypad function.
3) The user may lock the parameters and allow them to be read only.
4) The user may disable the drive from accepting frequency or torque command
changes.
Throughout this manual, there are parameters such as this one, which use a term called
Bit Setting. This is simply the ability to have one parameter conduct multiple functions.
Example 1: Assume the function of Pr. 00-02 is set for “Disable Frequency and Torque
Command changes.” By referring to the above chart, we know Bit 1 is equal to “2”,
because the hex to decimal conversion is (2 ^ the bit = the decimal value). Therefore
21 = 2, and the decimal “2”, should be set in Pr. 00-02 to disable the frequency and
torque commands.
Example 2: Assume Pr. 00-02 is set for “Disable Frequency and Torque Command
changes” + “Keypad Disabled”.
If we follow what we have learned, “Disable
Frequency and Torque Command changes” must be set to decimal “2”; and “Keypad
Disable” must be set to decimal “4”. The summation of the two decimal numbers gives
us 6. By entering the number 6 in the parameter, both functions are enabled.
A setting of 1 enables the “Parameters are Read Only” feature, but Pr. 00-00~00-23,
continue to be accessed.
If users would like to reset the parameters to original factory-settings, simply set the Pr.
00-02 to “9” or “10”. If a password was entered, this must first be decoded to allow the
parameters to be reset.
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00-03
Start-up Display of the Drive
Settings
a
Factory setting
0
0 F (Master frequency command)
1 H (Output frequency)
2 U (multi-function display of Pr. 00-04)
3 Output current
This parameter allows the start-up display to be customized. The display may still be
changed, but during each power on, the display will default to the setting in this
parameter.
00-04 Definitions of the Multi-Function Display
a Factory setting
0
Settings
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
output voltage
1 DC-BUS voltage
voltage command
3 multi-step speed
Speed command for the Process
Time remaining for the Process Control
5
Control Operation step
Operation step
Remaining number of times for the
7 counter value
“restart after fault” feature
torque loading
9 power factor ±1.000
Power factor angle (0~180 degrees) 11 Output power (Kw)
Output power (Kva)
13 Motor speed (rpm)
IGBT module temperature
15 Braking resistor temperature
Digital terminal input status
17 PID output command
PID feedback value
19 the q axis voltage (V/F and vector)
the d axis voltage (Vector only)
21 Magnetic flux
Electronic thermal relay accumulated
Overload accumulated time
23
time
Execution time of the multi-step
25 quiescence stage
speed
over-torque accumulated time
27 DC braking time
Compensated voltage
29 Slip compensation frequency
Running number of Encoder
31 PG position (position control)
(Channel 1)
Remaining pulses to reach position
33 DC voltage upon a fault
control (home position)
The output AC voltage upon a fault
35 The output frequency upon a fault
The current value upon a fault
37 the frequency command upon a fault
day (power-up time)
39 hour, minute
The upper bound frequency value
41 Over-torque level
Stall level limitation
43 Torque compensation gain
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44
46
51
53
60
84
86
torque limit (Pr. 06-12)
Frequency of Encoder (Channel 1)
AVI input voltage
AUI input voltage
Input state of digital terminals
Input frequency of pulse (Channel 2)
OL3 timer
45
49
52
55
61
85
the q axis current (V/F and vector)
PID error value
ACI input current
Auxiliary frequency value
Output state of digital terminals
Input position of pulse (Channel 2)
This parameter defines the display content the User Defined setting. The User Defined
setting may be displayed upon power up (Pr. 00-03) or by pressing the Mode key on the
keypad and scrolling until the “U” is illuminated.
00-05 User-Defined Coefficient Setting
Settings
a Factory setting
4 digit
0-3: the number of the decimal places
3-0 digit
40~9999
0
This parameter allows the user to define a special value relative to the output frequency.
4th digit: Setting of the decimal places; 0 means that there is no decimal place and 3
stands for three decimal places.
3~0 digit: The actual value the maximum output frequency should correspond to.
Example: To display rpm’s for a 4-pole 60Hz motor with a base speed 1800rpm and no
slip, Pr 00-05 must be set as follows.
Set the 4th bit = 0, 3rd bit = 1, 2nd bit = 8, 1st bit = 0, 0 bit = 0.
The result of setting 01800 in Pr. 00-05 determines the value at 60Hz (Maximum Output
Frequency).
After this parameter is set, all functions relative to the frequency (except for the V/F
Curve frequency parameters) will automatically be changed to an RPM sale. RPM,
instead of Hz, will now be the unit for the keypad, and thus, if it is displayed as 60.00
before the setup, it will now display 1800 after the setup. Other parameters such as the
multi-step speed and JOG will be automatically changed also.
00-06 Software Version
Settings
Read-only
00-07 Password Input
Settings
a Factory setting 0
0~9999
00-08 Password Setting
Settings
a Factory setting 0
0~9999
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Pr. 00-07: This parameter allows the user to input their password and disable the
parameter lockout. An incorrect password may be entered 3 times and then a “Pcode”
will flash on the display, alerting the user the password is incorrect. The drive must be
powered off and then powered on again to clear the Pcode display.
Pr. 00-08: This parameter allows the user to input their password to lock out the
parameters from further changes.
To enter a password, the same password must be input twice within two minutes. To
verify the password was entered correctly, display the content of Pr. 00-08. If the
content is “1”, the password is entered. If the content is “0”, no password is entered.
To permanently disable the password. Enter the password in Pr. 00-07, then enter 0
into Pr. 00-08 twice within two minutes.
To re-activate the password, either enter an incorrect password into Pr. 00-07 or power
down and then re apply power to the AC drive.
00-09 Frequency and the Operation Method of PU05
Settings
Bit 0
a Factory setting
0 Frequency via the up/down keys
0
0
0
1
Bit 1
Frequency command enabled after pressing the 2
data/prog key
0 PU05&RS485 frequency memorized
1 PU05&RS485 frequency not memorized
Bit 2
0 Up/down pin frequency memorized
1 Up/down pin frequency not memorized
Bit 3
0 FWD/REV direction memorized
1 FWD/REV direction not memorized
Bit 4
0 Parameter memorized
1 Parameter not memorized
21
22
23
24
1
0
2
0
4
0
8
0
16
This parameter allows the user to define the PU05 function. It also allows the user to
determine if the drive retains the direction and speed command after power has been
removed.
Pr. 00-09 = Bit 4 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0 = xxxxx
Bit0 = This setting determines if it is necessary to press the PROG/DATA key first, to
enable the frequency/torque commands via up/down keys on the PU05.
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Bit1 = This setting allows the frequency/torque commands of PU05 and RS485 to either
be retained or forgotten after power has been removed.
Bit2 = This setting allows the frequency/torque commands of the UP/DOWN external
terminals to either be retained or forgotten after power has been removed.
Bit3 = This setting allows the FWD/REV direction to either be retained or forgotten after
power has been removed.
Bit4 = This parameter does not have to be memorized into EEPROM; its original value
will be recovered after the power is turned back on.
Example: If the frequency is to be controlled by the UP/DOWN keys (bit 0 = 0) and the
frequency is to be retained after power off (bit 1 = 1) and the direction is also to
be retained (bit3=1) then Pr. 00-09 must be set to 01010.
00-10 Control Methods
Settings
Factory setting
0
0 V/F Control
1 V/F Control + PG
2 Vector Control (open loop)
3 Vector Control + PG (closed loop)
4 Torque Control
5 Torque Control + PG
This parameter determines the control mode for the AC motor drive
0: V/F control: Drive will follow the V/F curve described by Pr. 01-00 to 01-08.
1: V/F control + PG: Drive will follow the V/F curve described by Pr. 01-00 to 01-08, but will
have more speed accuracy.
2: Vector Control: Enables Open Loop Vector control. To acquire the best results, it is
recommended to use the auto-tuning feature of the drive Pr. 05-00.
By using this
feature, 200% rated torque may be obtained at 0.5Hz. For more open loop vector
control, refer to group 5 parameters. While in Vector Control, Pr. 01-03 to 01-08 and Pr.
05-04 are not used.
3: Vector control + PG: Enables the Closed Loop Flux Vector Control. The Closed Loop
Flux Vector Control will offer the highest torque and speed accuracy control. 200%
torque at 0Hz and a 1:1000 turn down ratio. While in Vector Control, Pr. 01-03 to 01-08
and Pr. 05-04 are not used.
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4: Torque control: Enables Torque (current) Control. Torque control allows the user to run
the AC drive based on current instead of frequency.
5: Torque control + PG: Enables the Closed Loop Torque Control. This will increase the
torque accuracy throughout the speed range and disabled Pr. 05-04.
Note: PI values for PG (closed loop), vector control (open loop) and torque control are
determined by Pr. 05-21~05-25.
00-11 Forward Reverse transition in V/F mode
Settings
0
1
Follow Pr. 01-00 to
01-08 Settings
Follow Pr. 01-00 to
01-08 Settings
Factory setting
0
Do not skip the start-up frequency
Skip the start-up frequency
5
2 V/F1.5 power curve Do not skip the start-up frequency
3 V/F1.5 power curve Skip the start-up frequency
4 2 power curve
Do not skip the start-up frequency
5 2 power curve
Skip the start-up frequency
Frequency
FWD RUN
01-09
Startup
Frequency
Going through point 0
FWD RUN
REV RUN
REV RUN
FWD RUN
01-09
Startup
Frequency
STOP
V/F Mode bit=0
Not going through point 0
FWD RUN
Time
-01-09
REV RUN
REV RUN
V/F Mode bit=1
STOP
This parameter selects the transition mode between Forward and Reverse. By
skipping the start up frequency range, there will be a short time where the motor has not
flux and very little power. It is recommended for all non-horizontal movement to
choose “do not skip the start up frequency”.
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This parameter may also be used in Vector control to determine if the drive will skip the
zero point. If the drive skips the zero point, it will stop at the frequency determined by
Pr.01-09 and then start again in the opposite direction at Pr.01-09.
The Vector control
will generate its own V/F curve, therefore please select 0 or 1 for this parameter setting
when in Vector mode.
00-12 Constant Torque Operation Selection
Settings
a
Factory setting 0
0 oL (100%) Constant torque operation
1 oL (125%) Variable torque operation
When “1” is selected, the oL fault level is 125% of rated drive current. All other over load
ratings will not change, example: 150% of rated drive current for 60 sec.
00-13 Optimal Acceleration/Deceleration Setting
a Factory setting 0
Settings 0 Linear acceleration/deceleration (follow Pr. 01-12 to 01-21)
1 Auto acceleration (follow Pr. 07-09), Linear deceleration
2 Linear acceleration, Auto deceleration (follow Pr. 06-02)
3
Auto acceleration (follow Pr. 07-09), Auto deceleration (follow Pr.
06-02)
4
Linear acceleration/deceleration, but conduct the stall prevention
throughout the auto acceleration/deceleration function.
Optimal Acceleration/Deceleration settings could ease the drive’s vibration during loaded
starts and stops. Also if the detected torque is small, the processor will speed up the
acceleration time and reach the set frequency at the fastest and smoothest startup
possible. At deceleration, the processor will monitor regenerated voltage and
automatically stop the drive at the fastest and smoothest time possible. Pr. 07-09
(Maximum Current Level for Speed Search) is regarded as the target of the output
current upon acceleration.
00-14 Time Unit for Acceleration/Deceleration and S Curve
Settings
Factory setting
0
0 Unit: 0.01 sec
1 Unit: 0.1 sec
This parameter determines the time unit for the Acceleration/Deceleration setting. This
allows the user to choose either high resolution or long acceleration/deceleration times.
Refer to parameters (Pr. 01-12~01-19), the 1st to the 4th Acceleration/Deceleration Time,
(Pr. 01-20, 01-21) the JOG Acceleration/Deceleration Time and (Pr. 01-24~01-27) the S
Curve Acceleration/Deceleration Time.
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00-15 Carrier Frequency Upper Bound
Settings
a
Factory setting 15
a
Factory setting 10
a
Factory setting 3
0: soft pwm
1~15KHz
00-16 Carrier Frequency Lower Bound
Settings
1-15KHz (disabled during soft PWM)
00-17 Center Frequency of Soft pwm
Settings
1~7KHz
This parameter is utilized in setting the carrier frequency of the PWM output.
Carrier
Frequency
Electromagnetic
Noise
Interference,
Leakage Current
Heat
Dissipation
Maximum
Minimum
Minimum
Minimum
Maximum
Maximum
1kHz
8kHz
15kHz
00-15
PWM Carrier Frequency
00-16
01-00
Operation
Frequency
The PWM carrier frequency has a direct effect on the electromagnetic noise of the motor
and heat dissipation of the drive. Therefore, if the surrounding noise is greater than the
electromagnetic noises of the motor, it is suggested to lower the carrier frequency, to
decrease the temperature of the drive. Although a quiet operation may be achieved with
a higher carrier frequency, it is necessary to take into consideration the relative wiring
length between the motor and drive and the effect this high frequency may have on the
motor windings.
During SOFT PWM, the electromagnetic noises are less annoying at the same carrier
frequency for standard operation.
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If the carrier frequency’s lower bound (Pr. 00-16) > the carrier frequency’s upper bound
(Pr. 00-15), then the carrier frequency will be operated at the upper bound level.
00-18 Auto Voltage Regulation (AVR) Function
Settings
a Factory setting 0
0 AVR function enabled
1 AVR function disabled
2 AVR function disabled during deceleration
This parameter selects the AVR mode.
the motor.
AVR is used to regulate the output voltage to
The input voltage to the AC motor drive could range from AC180V-264V at, 50Hz/60Hz.
When this occurs, the output voltage to the motor will also vary from 180 to 264 unless
the AVR function is enabled. When enabled, the AVR function will limit the voltage to the
motor, based on Pr. 01-02.
00-19 Automatic Energy-Saving Operation
Settings
a Factory setting
00010
Bit 0 0 Disable automatic energy-saving operation
1 Enable automatic energy-saving operation
Bit 1 0 Maximum output voltage equals to the input power voltage
1
Maximum output voltage could be greater than the input power
voltage (over-modulation available)
When the Auto Energy-Saving function is enabled, the drive will operate with full voltage
during acceleration and deceleration. At constant speed the AC drive will calculate the
optimal output voltage value for the load. It is possible for the output voltage to be 25%
below Maximum Output Voltage during auto energy saving operation. This function
should not be used with variable loads or continuous rated output loads. During these
types of conditions, the operation will cycle on and off, giving poor energy saving results.
Output Voltage
100%
75%
The m aximum output voltage
reduction is 25%.
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00-20 Source of the Frequency Command
Settings
a Factory setting 0
0 The digital keypad
1 The RS485 communication input
2 The external analog input
3 The external up/down pins (multi-function input terminals)
4 The pg (encoder) input or clock
5 The RS485 and PU05 at the same time (dual source)
6 The clock and direction (set by 10-12)
This parameter determines the drive’s master frequency source and Master torque
source.
00-21 Source of the Operation Command
Settings
a Factory setting 0
0 The RS485 communication
1 The external terminal operation (2 wire or three wire)
2 The digital keypad operation
This parameter sets the drive’s operation command source, which may also be switched
via the PU key on the digital keypad. When the PU led on the keypad is illuminated the
Keypad has control over the drives operation.
00-22 Stop Methods
Settings
a Factory setting 0
0 Ramp to stop
1 Coast to stop
When a “STOP” command is received, the drive will follow the stop method programmed
this parameter.
Frequency
Output
Frequency
Output
Frequency
Time
Time
Operation
Command
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Operation
Command
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Free running
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STOP
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Ramp to stop: The drive will ramp down from maximum output frequency (Pr. 01-00) to
minimum output frequency (Pr. 01-09) based on the deceleration time (Pr. 01-13).
Coast to stop: the drive will stop the output instantly upon a STOP command and the
motor will coast to stop according to its inertia (time unknown).
(1) In applications where the motor must stop after the drive is stopped, please select
“Ramp to Stop”. This is often a safety consideration.
(2) If the inertial load is large, it is recommended to set the drive for “Coast to Stop” to
eliminate nuisance Over Voltage faults.
00-23 Reverse Operation
Setting
Factory setting 0
0 REV enabled
1 REV disabled
2 FWD disabled
This parameter enables the AC drives ability to run in the Reverse Direction. It may be
used to prevent a motor from running in a direction that would consequently injure
humans or damage the equipment.
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5.2 Group 1: Basic Parameter
01-00 Maximum Output Frequency
Settings
Factory setting 60.00/50.00
50.0~400.00Hz
This parameter determines the drive’s maximum output frequency.
01-01 Maximum Voltage Frequency (Base Frequency)
Settings
Factory setting 60.00/50.00
0.00~400.00 Hz
This parameter must be set to the motor’s nameplate frequency rating.
01-02 Maximum Output Voltage
Settings
Factory setting 220.0*
0.0~255.0*V
This parameter must be set to the motor’s nameplate voltage rating.
01-03 Upper Midpoint Output Frequency
Settings
Factory setting 0.50
0.00~400.00Hz
01-04 Upper Midpoint Output Voltage
Settings
Factory setting 5.0*
0.0~255.0*V
01-05 Lower Midpoint Output Frequency
Settings
Factory setting 0.50
0.00~400.00Hz
01-06 Lower Midpoint Output Voltage
Settings
Factory setting 5.0*
0.0~255.0*V
01-07 Minimum Output Frequency
Settings
Factory setting 0.00
0.00~400.00Hz
01-08 Minimum Output Voltage
Settings
Factory setting 0.0*
0.0~255.0*V
Setting of the V/F curve figure is usually based upon the motor’s allowable loading
characteristics. Pay special attention to the motor’s heat dissipation, dynamic balance,
and bearing lubricity, if the loading characteristics exceed the loading limit of the motor.
When setting the V/F curve, please follow this hierarchy for frequency:
01-01≥01-03≥01-05≥01-07.
There is no hierarchy for the voltage setting, but a high
voltage at low output frequencies may cause motor failure. At low frequencies, always
use the lowest voltage necessary for the application.
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01-09 Startup Frequency
Settings
a Factory setting 0.50
0.00~400.00Hz
The Start-up Frequency is the initial frequency output upon a RUN command. If the
startup frequency setting is greater than the Maximum Output Frequency (Pr. 01-00), the
drive will default to Pr. 01-00 as the start point.
When the Pr. 07-12 (Speed-Tracing Function) is enabled, Pr. 01-09 (Start-up frequency)
is disabled.
01-10 Upper Bound Frequency
Settings
a Factory setting 100.0
0.0~110.0%
01-11 Lower Bound Frequency
Settings
a Factory setting 0.0
0.0~100.0%
These parameters set the upper and lower limits of the output frequency. If the
command frequency is lower than the Lower Bound frequency, the motor will be
operating at ZERO speed; if the command frequency is greater than the Upper Bound
frequency, the motor will then operate at the Upper Bound frequency.
Voltage
1st Voltage
01-02
01-11
Lower Bound Frequency
01-10
Upper Bound Frequency
Frequency output
ranges limitation
2nd Voltage
01-04
Regular V/F Curve
Special V/F Curve
3rd Voltage
01-06
4th Voltage
01-08
01-01
01-05
01-03
01-00
01-07
01-09
4th Freq.Startup Freq.3rd Freq. 2nd Freq. 1st Freq. Maximum Operation
Frequency
V/F Curve
This function is disabled if the Lower Bound > the Upper Bound.
01-12 1st Acceleration Time
a Factory setting 10.00/60.00
st
01-13 1 Deceleration Time
a Factory setting 10.00/60.00
01-14 2nd Acceleration Time
a Factory setting 10.00/60.00
nd
01-15 2
Deceleration Time
a Factory setting 10.00/60.00
rd
01-16 3 Acceleration Time
a Factory setting 10.00/60.00
01-17 3rd Deceleration Time
a Factory setting 10.00/60.00
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01-18 4th Acceleration Time
a Factory setting 10.00/60.00
th
01-19 4 Deceleration Time
a Factory setting 10.00/60.00
01-20 JOG Acceleration Time
a Factory setting 10.00/60.00
01-21 JOG Deceleration Time
a Factory setting 10.00/60.00
Settings
0.00~600.00 Sec/0.0~6000.0 Sec
The Acceleration Time the time needed for the drive to ramp from 0.0Hz to Maximum
Output Frequency (Pr. 01-00). The Deceleration Time is the time needed for the drive
to ramp down from Maximum Output Frequency (Pr. 01-00) to 0.00Hz.
The acceleration/deceleration times will be disabled if Pr. 00-13 (Auto
acceleration/deceleration Selection) is set for automatic operation.
Acceleration/Deceleration times 2 to 4 are enabled by using a multi-function terminal
(Pr.02-01 to 02-06) set to 8 or 9. Acceleration/Deceleration time 4 may also be
selected via Pr. 01-23.
Acceleration/Deceleration time 1 are the factory default for out-of-the-box operation.
The acceleration time has a direct effect on the rise of current upon a RUN command.
If the application load is large and the acceleration time is short (1 second) it is possible
the drive will fault with an “oc”. Similarly if the deceleration time is short (1 second) it is
possible the drive will fault with an “ov” due to motor regeneration.
01-00
Maximum
Operation Frequency
Set Point of
the Operation
Frequency
Time
01-12
01-16
01-20
01-14
01-18
01-13
01-16
01-21
01-15
01-19
Definition of the Acceleration/Deceleration Time
01-22 JOG Frequency
Settings
a Factory setting 6.00
0.00Hz~400.00Hz
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This parameter determines the Jog frequency. The Jog function may be selected by
the JOG key on the PU05 keypad or the external I/O terminals. When the drive is
operating under a RUN command, the JOG operation is disabled. Likewise, the drive
will not accept a RUN command while the JOG command is enabled.
01-23 1st/4th Acceleration/Deceleration Frequency
a
Factory setting 0.00
Settings 0.00Hz~400.00Hz
This parameter selects the frequency point for transition from acceleration/deceleration
time 1 to acceleration/deceleration time 4.
The transition from acceleration/deceleration time 1 to acceleration/deceleration time 4,
may also be enabled by the external terminals (Pr. 02-01 to 02-06). The external
terminal has priority over Pr. 01-23.
Frequency
1st Acceleration
Time
01-23
1st/4th
Acceleration
/Deceleration
Freq.
4th Acceleration Time
1st Deceleration
Time
4th Deceleration
Time
1st/4th Acceleration/Deceleration Switching
01-24 S-Curve for Acceleration Departure Time
a
Factory setting
0.00
01-25 S-Curve for Acceleration Arrival Time
a
Factory setting
0.00
01-26 S-Curve for Deceleration Departure Time
a
Factory setting
0.00
01-27 S-Curve for Deceleration Arrival Time
a
Factory setting
0.00
Settings 0.00~25.00 Sec/0.0~250.0 Sec
This parameter determines the S curve strength. A large S curve time will give the
smoothest transition between speed changes. Please note the S curve settings
increase the actual acceleration/deceleration times as follows:
Actual acceleration time = [½(Pr.01-24) + ½(Pr.01-25) + Pr.01-12]
The S curve is disabled when Pr. 00-13 (Auto Acceleration/Deceleration Speed
Selection) is set to Auto or Pr 01-12 to 01-19 (acceleration/deceleration times) is set to
0.
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Frequency
01-25
01-26
01-27
01-24
TIME
01-28 Skip Frequency 1 (upper limit)
Factory setting
0.00
01-29 Skip Frequency 1 (lower limit)
Factory setting
0.00
01-30 Skip Frequency 2 (upper limit)
Factory setting
0.00
01-31 Skip Frequency 2 (lower limit)
Factory setting
0.00
01-32 Skip Frequency 3 (upper limit)
Factory setting
0.00
01-33 Skip Frequency 3 (lower limit)
Factory setting
0.00
Settings
0.00~400.00Hz
These parameters determine the skip frequencies of the AC drive.
Please use the following hierarchy when setting these parameters: Pr. 01-28 > Pr. 01-29 >
Pr. 01-30 > Pr. 01-31> Pr. 01-32 > Pr. 01-33. The Skip frequency will be disabled if this
rule is not followed.
The Skip Frequencies are useful when a motor has vibration at a specific frequency
bandwidth. By skipping this frequency, the vibration will be avoided.
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5.3 Group 2: Digital Output/Input Parameter
02-00 2-Wire/3-Wire Operation Control
Factory setting 0
0 FWD/STOP, REV/STOP
Settings
1 FWD/STOP, REV/STOP (Line Start Lockout)
2 RUN/STOP, REV/FWD
3 RUN/STOP, REV/FWD (Line Start Lockout)
4 3-wire (momentary push button)
5 3-wire (momentary push button and Line Start Lockout)
The VFD-V drive offers six types of external operation control.
Three of the six methods include a “Line Start Lockout” feature. When Line
start lock out is enabled, the drive will not recognize a RUN command upon
power up. The VFD-V must see the terminal state change from low to high.
This is a safety feature for applications where applying power does not
determine a RUN command.
The Line Start Lockout feature does not guarantee the motor will never start under this
condition.
It is possible the motor may be set in motion by a malfunctioning switch.
02-00
0, 1
2-wire operation control (1)
FWD/STOP
REV/STOP
2, 3
2-wire operation control (2)
RUN/STOP
REV/FWD
4, 5
3-wire operation control
Control Circuits of the External Terminal
FWD/STOP
FWD:("OPEN":STOP)
("CLOSE":FWD)
REV/STOP
REV:("OPEN": STOP)
("CLOSE": REV)
DCM
VFD-V
RUN/STOP
FWD:("OPEN":STOP)
("CLOSE":RUN)
FWD/REV
REV:("OPEN": FWD)
("CLOSE": REV)
DCM
VFD-V
STOP
RUN
FWD "CLOSE":RUN
EF/MI1 "OPEN":STOP
REV/FWD "OPEN": FWD
RUN/FWD
"CLOSE": REV
DCM
VFD-V
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02-01 Multi-Function Input Command 1 (MI1) (NOTE 1)
Factory setting 1
02-02 Multi-Function Input Command 2 (MI2)
Factory setting 2
02-03 Multi-Function Input Command 3 (MI3)
Factory setting 3
02-04 Multi-Function Input Command 4 (MI4)
Factory setting 4
02-05 Multi-Function Input Command 5 (MI5)
Factory setting 5
02-06 Multi-Function Input Command 6 (MI6) (NOTE 2)
Factory setting 10
Factory setting 0
Factory setting 0
02-23 Multi-Function Input Command 7
02-24 Multi-Function Input Command 8
Factory setting 0
Factory setting 0
02-25 Multi-Function Input Command 9
02-26 Multi-Function Input Command 10
Factory setting 0
Factory setting 0
02-27 Multi-Function Input Command 11
02-28 Multi-Function Input Command 12
Factory setting 0
Factory setting 0
02-29 Multi-Function Input Command 13
02-30 Multi-Function Input Command 14
Settings
0 to 44
This parameter selects the functions for each multi-function terminal.
Note 1: If Pr.02-00 is set to 3-wire operation control. Terminal MI1 is needed for the third
wire position. Therefore MI1 is not allowed for any other operation.
Note 2: Multi-Function Input Commands 7-14 are the extension terminals of 02-01-02-06.
There are 14 terminals but the terminals 7-14 are virtual terminals and you can set
the state of bit 8-15 of 02-10 to ON or OFF by PU05 or communication.
Full List of the Functions
Settings Functions
0
No Function
1
Multi-step Speed Command 1
2
Multi-step Speed Command 2
3
4
5
6
Explanations
15 step speeds could be conducted through the
digital statuses of the 4 terminals, and 17 in total if
Multi-step Speed Command 3
the master speed and JOG are included.
Multi-step Speed Command 4
Reset
After the error of the drive is eliminated, use this
terminal to reset the drive
JOG Command
JOG operation
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Settings Functions
7
Acceleration/deceleration
Speed Inhibit
Explanations
When the acceleration/deceleration speed
inhibition function is executed, the drive will stop
the acceleration/deceleration immediately; the
drive will go on with the acceleration/deceleration
from where it stopped earlier after this command is
removed
The 1st, 2nd acceleration or
deceleration time selection
9
The acceleration/deceleration time of the drive
could be selected from this function or the digital
statuses of the terminals; there are 4
The 3rd, 4th acceleration or
acceleration/deceleration speeds in total for
deceleration time selection
selection.
10
EF Input
11
Disable Vector(stop)
8
External fault input terminal
If the ON/OFF function of the terminal is
pre-determined, output of the drive will be cut off
immediately, and the motor will then be of the B.B.
status.
And once the ON/OFF function is
restored, the drive will then trace from the bottom
upward to catch up with its mutual rotation speed
with the same frequency before B.B., then speed
up to the pre-set frequency. Even if the motor is
of a complete stop after B.B., as long as the
ON/OFF status is restored, the speed-tracing
function could still be operated.
12
B.B. traces from the bottom
upward
13
B.B. traces from the top
downward
14
Cancel the setting of the optimal acceleration/deceleration time
15
Switch between drive settings Used in the vector control
1 and 2
16
Operation speed command
form AVI
17
Operation speed command
from ACI
18
Operation speed command
from AUI
19
Emergency Stop
20
Digital Up command
Refer to Pr. 02-07
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Settings Functions
Explanations
21
Digital Down Command
22
Auto procedural operation function disabled
23
Auto procedural operation suspended
24
PID function disabled
When this terminal is functioning, the currently
displayed counter value will be cleared and “0” is
then displayed; the drive could only accept the
trigger signals to keep counting upward after this
signal disappeared.
25
Clear counter
26
Input the counter value (multi-function input command 6)
27
FWD JOG command
28
REV JOG command
29
Braking Module Breakdown
Accommodating the braking module breakdown
output
30
Position Control
Use with PG03/PG04
31
PG feedback control function
disable
32
Torque/Speed Switch
33
EEPROM write function
disable
34
It is a zero speed command and it is valid during
running. It is used to improve the vibration by using
Zero speed is replaced by DC
DC mode at zero speed when AC drive is not
current control
matched with motor or parameter settings of motor
is not very well.
35
04-35,04-36 disable
36
Position control 2 (PG2 input)
37
Dwell function disable
38
Pause Stop
AC drive stops at this moment and it will run after
closing the function of this terminal.
P2P Position Control
It can be used to control the 8 default positions
when using with PG03/PG04. But sub-function will
be valid when d36 is set.
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It can be used as position function of clock input
when using with CH2 of PG04.
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Explanations
40
P2P Hold
P2P is pause. AC drive keeps outputting at this
moment. It will keep on unfinished jog after
terminal is closed.
41
FWD Home Search
In speed mode, it will do FWD home search
according to the setting of 10-09.
P2P FWD Limit
In P2P mode, it is used with FWD limit sensor.
When it reaches FWD limit during running, it will
stop free running.
43
P2P REV Limit
In P2P mode, it is used with REV limit sensor.
When it reaches REV limit during running, it will
stop free running.
44
REV Home Search
In speed mode, it will do REV home search
according to the setting of 10-09.
42
02-07 UP/DOWN Key Mode
Settings Bit 0
Bit 1
a Factory setting 0
0 UP/DOWM following the acceleration/deceleration time
1
UP following the constant speed, and DOWN following the
deceleration time
0
UP following the acceleration time, and DOWN following the
constant speed
1 UP/DOWN following the constant speed
The maximum Up/Down acceleration/deceleration speed is 10.00Hz/Sec.
02-08 The Acceleration/Deceleration Speed of the UP/DOWN
a Factory setting 0.01
Key with Constant Speed
Settings
0.01~1.00Hz/msec
02-09 Digital Input Responding Time
Settings
a Factory setting
0.005
0.001~30.000 Sec
Function of this parameter is to delay or confirm the message of the digital input terminals;
the delayed time is the confirmation time, which will be helpful in preventing some
uncertain interferences that would consequently result in erroneous motions (except for
the counter input) in the input of the digital terminals (FWD, REV, and MI1~6), and under
this condition, confirmation for this parameter could be improved effectively, but the
responding time will be somewhat delayed.
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02-10 Digital Input Operation Direction
Settings
a Factory setting 0
0~65535
Bit 0~7 1 High active
This parameter determines the level of the input signal operation.
02-11 Multi-Function Output 1
RA, RB, RC (Relay 1)
a Factory setting
0
02-12 Multi-Function Output 2
MRA, MRC (Relay 2)
a Factory setting
0
02-13 Multi-Function Output 3
MO1
a Factory setting
0
02-14 Multi-Function Output 4
MO2
a Factory setting
0
Settings
0 to 72
Settings
Functions
Explanations
0
No Function
1
AC Drive Running
2
Operation Speed Attained 1 (both
directions)
3
Operation Speed Attained 2 (both
directions)
4
Pre-set speed attained 1 (both directions)
5
Pre-set speed attained 2 (forward only)
6
Pre-set speed attained 1 (both directions)
7
Pre-set speed attained 2 (forward
direction)
10
Zero speed
Drive output is below Min Frequency
11
Over-torque(oL2)
Please refer to 06-08
12
Base block (Pause)
13
Drive ready for use
AC drive has no faults
14
Low voltage alarm (LV)
Please refer to 06-00
15
Error indication
16
Drive operation mode
17
PCO Run
18
PCO suspended
19
1st step of PCO completed
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There is an output from the AC drive
Output is on when the external terminals
have command and off if keypad or
RS485 have control.
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Settings
Functions
Explanations
20
PCO completed
21
Pre-set counter value attained
Please refer to 02-16
22
Desired counter value attained
Please refer to 02-17
23
Heat sink overheat warning
Please refer to 06-15
24
Operation frequency attained 1 (both
directions)
25
Operation frequency attained 2 (both
directions)
26
Pre-set frequency attained 1 (both
directions)
27
Pre-set frequency attained 2 (forward
only)
28
Pre-set frequency attained 1 (both
directions)
29
Pre-set frequency attained 2 (forward
only)
30
Software braking output
Please refer to 07-00
Position Achieved
In position mode, position point can
output a position achieved signal by
setting this parameter. At this moment,
AC drive achieves position and motor is
in holding state.
31
32~47 PCO Step Indication
Corresponds to the 0~15 step speeds
48~63 Multi-step Indication
Corresponds to the 0~15 step speeds
64
PG Fault
65
PG Stall
69
Over-torque(oL3)
70
Zero speed (STOP)
71
Position synchronization 1 (10-10)
72
Position synchronization 2 (10-23)
Please refer to 06-09
In position mode, you can output a
position synchronization signal by
setting d71, d72 (please refer to 10-10,
10-23)
02-15 Multi-Function Output Direction
Settings
a Factory setting 0
0~15 (1 high)
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This function uses the Bit setting method.
Example: If Pr.02-10 is 1 (AC Drive running), and Relay 1 is set to N.O., then R1 close when
the drive has an output and will open when the drive has stopped.
Settings
Bit
content
Relay 1
03-07
Relay 2
03-08
MO1
03-09
MO2
03-10
0
0000
N.O.
N.O.
N.O.
N.O.
1
0001
N.O.
N.O.
N.O.
N.C.
2
0010
N.O.
N.O.
N.C.
N.O.
3
0011
N.O.
N.O.
N.C.
N.C.
4
0100
N.O.
N.C.
N.O.
N.O.
5
0101
N.O.
N.C.
N.O.
N.C.
6
0110
N.O.
N.C.
N.C.
N.O.
7
0111
N.O.
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
8
1000
N.C.
N.O.
N.O.
N.O.
9
1001
N.C.
N.O.
N.O.
N.C.
10
1010
N.C.
N.O.
N.C.
N.O.
11
1011
N.C.
N.O.
N.C.
N.C.
12
1100
N.C.
N.C.
N.O.
N.O.
13
1101
N.C.
N.C.
N.O.
N.C.
14
1110
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
N.O.
15
1111
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
Note: N.O. : normal open, N.C.: normal close
02-16 Counter Values Achieve the Pre-Set Values
Settings
a Factory setting 0
0~65500
The input contact of the counter could set the multi-function terminal MI6 (with the
designated terminal Pr. 02-06 as 26) as the trigger terminal, and when the counting is over
(which reaches the destination), the signals could select one among the multi-function
output terminals (with Pr. 02-10~02-13 set as 21) to be the motion contact.
02-17 Designated Counter Value Achieved
Settings
a
Factory setting 0
0~65500
When the counter value starts counting upward from 1 to the setting of this parameter, its
corresponding multi-function output terminal contact with the “arbitrary counting
achieves the output indication” function would start functioning. This parameter could
be utilized at the moment when the counting is almost to an end, and then, set the
output signal to enable the drive operating at a low speed till it stopped.
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The Time-and-Order Diagram is shown as follows:
Display
(Pr.00-04=07)
0.5ms
TRG
Counter Trigger
(Output signal)
Multi-function output terminal
Pr. 02-10~02-13
02-12=22
Desired Counter Value
Attained output
Preset Counter Value
Attained output
02-13=21
0.5ms
Trigger signal width
02-16=3
02-15=5
Diagram of the External Counter Terminal and the Arrival of the Counter Value
02-18 Digital Output Gain
Settings
a Factory setting
1
1~40
This parameter determines the signals of the drive’s digital output terminal (DFM-DCM)
and of the digital frequency output (pulse, work period = 50%). Output pulse per
second = output frequency × (Pr. 02-17)。
Setting of the multiple has a lot to do with the carrier frequency; the carrier frequency has
to be greater than “2 x maximum operation frequency x multiplying rate”.
02-19 Pre-set Arrival Frequency 1
Settings
a Factory setting 60.00/50.00
0.00~400.00Hz
02-20 Pre-set Arrival Frequency 1 Width
Settings
a Factory setting 2.00
0.00~400.00Hz
02-21 Pre-set Arrival Frequency 2
Settings
a Factory setting 60.00/50.00
0.00~400.00Hz
02-22 Pre-set Arrival Frequency 2 Width
Settings
a Factory setting 2.00
0.00~400.00Hz
Once the drive’s output speed (frequency) achieves the arbitrary designated (speed)
frequency, and that if the corresponding multi-function output terminal is set as 2~7 or
24~27 (Pr. 02-10~02-14), then the multi-function output terminal contact will be “closed”.
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5.4 Group 3: Analog Output/Input Parameter
03-00 Analog Input 1 (AVI)
a Factory setting
1
03-01 Analog Input 2 (ACI)
a Factory setting
0
03-02 Analog Input 3 (AUI)
a Factory setting
0
Settings
Function
0
no function (analog input disabled)
1
frequency/torque command (See Pr.00-10)
2
torque limitations (increase or decrease torque limit Pr. 06-12)
3
acceleration/deceleration time gain (increase or decrease time base)
4
upper bound frequency (increase or decrease Pr.01-10)
5
over-torque current level (increase or decrease Pr.06-07)
6
torque compensation gain (increase or decrease Pr.05-03 / 05-13)
7
over-current stall prevention level during operation(06-04)
8
torque compensation(Vector)
9
AVI auxiliary frequency (multiplication by the ratio of AVI)
10
ACI auxiliary frequency (multiplication by the ratio of ACI)
11
AUI auxiliary frequency (multiplication by the ratio of AUI)
12
PID offset
13
Auxiliary frequency of master frequency
The value (0~10V/4~20mA) of the setting 2 (torque limitations) corresponds to rated
output current 0~100% can be adjusted by analog input gain 03-09~03-11.
current stall level during running: when 03-00~03-02 is set to d7, the setting of 06-04 is
disable.
03-03 (AVI) Analog Input Bias 1
Settings
a Factory setting 0.00
-10.00~10.00V
This parameter determines the AVI voltage value that corresponds to 0Hz frequency.
03-04 (ACI) Analog Input Bias 2
Settings
a Factory setting 4.00
0.00~20.00mA
This parameter determines the ACI current value that corresponds to 0Hz frequency.
03-05 (AUI) Analog Input Bias 3
Settings
a Factory setting 0.00
-10.00~10.00V
This parameter determines the AUI voltage value that corresponds to 0Hz frequency.
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03-06 (AVI) Positive/Negative Bias Mode
Settings
a Factory setting 0
0
zero bias
1
value lower than bias = bias
2
value greater than bias = bias
3
the absolute value of the bias voltage while serving as the center
03-07 (ACI) Positive/Negative Bias Mode
Settings
a Factory setting 1
0
zero bias
1
value lower than bias = bias
2
value greater than bias = bias
3
the absolute value of the bias voltage while serving as the center
03-08 (AUI) Positive/Negative Bias Mode
Settings
a Factory setting 0
0
zero bias
1
value lower than bias = bias
2
value greater than bias = bias
3
the absolute value of the bias voltage while serving as the center
01-00=60Hz
Frequency
3
3
0
1
1
0
3
1
-10V -9 -8 -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10V
2
0
Gain adjustment
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03-09 Analog Input 1 Gain (AVI)
Settings
a Factory setting
125.0
a Factory setting
100.0
-500.0~+500.0%
03-11 Analog Input 3 Gain (AUI)
Settings
100.0
-500.0~+500.0%
03-10 Analog Input 2 Gain (ACI)
Settings
a Factory setting
-500.0~+500.0%
Pr.03-09 to 03-11 are used to adjust the 10V or 20mA corresponding frequency value.
Example:
If Pr.03-00 = 10, Pr.01-00 =60, and you would like the 10V position of AVI (0-10V ) to
equal 60Hz, than use the following equation to program the Gain.
Pr.03-09 = ( 1+ (Pr.03-00/Pr.01-00))x 100
03-12 Addition Function of the Analog Inputs
Settings
a Factory setting
0
0 disable addition function (AVI, ACI, AUI)
1 enable addition function
If the addition between AVI, ACI and AUI are disabled, and that the selections on the
analog input setting function are similar among the three, the priority order of the analog
input will be: AVI > ACI > AUI.
Example 1:
60Hz
03-03=0V
03-06=d0
03-09=100%
0V
Example 2:
10V
60Hz
03-03=1V
03-06=d1
03-09=10/8=125%
1V
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Example 3:
60Hz
03-06=1
03-09=
Example 4:
60
X100%=92.5%
10
03-03
50 60
=
9
X
10Hz
0V
50
9
9V 10V
X=10.8
9-10.8=-1.8
60Hz
03-06=1
03-09=
03-03
50 60
=
10
X
10Hz
0V
Example 5:
60
X100%=83.3%
10
50
10
10V
X=12
10-12=-2
60Hz
03-03=1
03-06=1
60
9
1V
Example 6:
60
X100%=111.1%
10
10V
60Hz
03-03=0
03-06=d0
30Hz
0V
30
10
60
X100%=50%
10
10V
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Example 7:
60Hz
03-03=5
03-06=3
0V
Example 8:
5V
120
20
10V
60
X100%=200%
10
60Hz
03-03=10
03-06=0
03-09=-100%
10V
Example 9:
60Hz
FWD
03-03=5
03-06=d 0
0V
5V
REV
10V
120
10
60
X100%=200%
10
60Hz
Example 10:
60Hz
FWD
03-05=0
03-08=0
-10V
0V
REV
10V
60Hz
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20
60
X100%=100%
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03-13 Analog Input Noise Filter
Settings
a Factory setting 0.10
0.00~2.00 Sec
Interferences commonly exist with analog signals, such as those entering AVI, ACI and AUI.
These interferences constantly affect the stability of analog control and using the Input
Noise Filter will create a more stable system.
If Pr. 03-13 is large, the control will be stable, yet the response to the input will be slow. If
Pr. 03-13 is small, the control may be unstable, yet the response to the input will fast.
03-14 Loss of the ACI signal
Settings
a Factory setting 0
0
disabled
1
continue operation at last known frequency
2
decelerate to a stop
3
stop immediately and display E.F.
This parameter determines the operation of the drive when the 4~20mA (ACI) signal is lost.
03-15 Analog Output Selection
Settings
a Factory setting 0
0-24
Full List of the Functions
Settings
Functions
Explanations
0
Output frequency
01-00=100%
1
Command frequency
01-00=100%
2
Speed
01-00=100%
3
Current
rated current of the inverter =100%
4
Output voltage
200V (400V) =100%
5
DC BUS voltage
400V (800V) =100%
6
Power factor
-1.000~1.000=100%
7
Power
rated power of the inverter =100%
8
Torque
full-load torque =100%
9
AVI
(0~10V=0~100%)
10
ACI
(0~20mA=0~100%)
11
AUI
(-10~10V=0~100%)
12
Torque current command
rated current of the inverter =100%
13
Torque current estimation
rated current of the inverter =100%
14
Exciting magnet current
command
rated current of the inverter =100%
15
Magnetic flux current
rated current of the inverter =100%
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Settings
Functions
Explanations
16
Q-axis voltage command
200V (400V) =100%
17
D-axis voltage command
200V (400V) =100%
18
Vector-controlled error
measures
01-00=100%
19
Vector-controlled PID
overall measures
01-00=100%
20
PID error measures
01-00=100% (full-load torque =100%: torque
control)
21
PID total measures
01-00=100% (full-load torque =100%: torque
control)
22
Torque command
full-load torque =100%
23
Pg frequency
01-00=100%
24
Voltage command
200V (400V) =100%
03-16 Analog Output Gain
Settings
5
a Factory setting 100.0
-900.0~900.0%
This parameter adjusts the voltage level of the analog output signal (AFM = Pr. 03-13).
The parameter sets the voltage range of the analog output signal at terminals AFM-ACM,
that corresponds with either the output frequency or the output current of the VFD.
AFM
AFM
GND
+
-
GND
+
Analog Frequency Meter
-
Analog Current Meter
The analog output voltage is directly proportional to the output frequency of the AC drive. With
the factory setting of 100%, the Maximum Output Frequency (Pr.01-00) of the AC drive
corresponds to +10VDC analog voltage output. (The actual voltage is about +10VDC, and can
be adjusted by Pr.03-16).
The analog output voltage is directly proportional to the output current of the AC drive. With the
factory setting of 100%, the 2.5 times rated current of the AC drive corresponds to +10VDC
analog voltage output. (The actual voltage is about +10VDC, and can be adjusted by Pr.
03-16)
Note: Voltmeter specification: The sourcing capability of the output is limited to 0.21mA.
Sourcing voltage: 10V. Output resistance: 47kΩ.
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If the meter reads full scale at a voltage less than 10 volts, then Pr.03-16 should be set
by the following formula:
Pr.03-16 = ((meter full scale voltage)/10) ×100%
For Example: When using the meter with full scale of 5 volts, adjust Pr.03-16 to 50%.
03-17 Analog Output Bias Voltage
Settings
a Factory setting
0.00
-10.00~10.00V
This parameter determines the output voltage value corresponding to 0Hz.
a Factory setting
03-18 Analog Output Value in REV Direction
Settings
0 absolute value in REV direction
1 output 0V in REV direction
2 output negative voltage in REV direction
10V
10V
03-18=0
-10V
10V
03-18=20
03-18=1
-10V
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5.5 Group 04: Multi-Step Speed and Process Control Operation (PCO)
04-00 The 1st Step Speed
a Factory setting 0.00
nd
04-01 The 2 Step Speed
a Factory setting 0.00
04-02 The 3rd Step Speed
a Factory setting 0.00
th
a Factory setting 0.00
th
04-04 The 5 Step Speed
a Factory setting 0.00
04-05 The 6th Step Speed
a Factory setting 0.00
04-03 The 4 Step Speed
th
a Factory setting 0.00
th
a Factory setting 0.00
th
04-08 The 9 Step Speed
a Factory setting 0.00
04-09 The 10th Step Speed
a Factory setting 0.00
04-06 The 7 Step Speed
04-07 The 8 Step Speed
th
04-10 The 11 Step Speed
a Factory setting 0.00
04-11 The 12th Step Speed
a Factory setting 0.00
04-12 The 13th Step Speed
a Factory setting 0.00
th
a Factory setting 0.00
th
a Factory setting 0.00
04-13 The 14 Step Speed
04-14 The 15 Step Speed
Settings
0.00~400.00Hz
The multi-function input terminals (refer to Pr. 02-01 to 02-06) are used to select one of
the AC drive Multi-Step Speeds above. These speeds may also be used in conjunction
with Pr. 04-15 - 04-32 to run the process control operation.
04-07
Frequency
04-06
04-08
04-05
04-09
04-04
04-10
04-03
04-11
04-02
04-12
04-01
JOG Freq.
04-13 01-22
04-00
04-14
Master Speed
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1011 12 131415
Run Signal
1st step speed
Multi-function Terminal
Pr.02-01 to Pr.02-06
(Mi1 to MI6 1)
2nd step speed
Multi-function Terminal
Pr.02-01 to Pr.02-06
(Mi1 to MI6 2)
3rd step speed
Multi-function Terminal
Pr.02-01 to Pr.02-06
(MI1 to MI6 3)
4th step speed
Multi-function Terminal
Pr.02-01 to Pr.02-06
(MI1 to MI6 4)
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
Jog Freq.
Multi-Step Speed via External Terminals
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04-15 Time Duration of the PCO Master Speed
Factory setting
0
04-16 Time Duration of PCO Step 1
04-17 Time Duration of PCO Step 2
Factory setting
0
Factory setting
0
04-18 Time Duration of PCO Step 3
Factory setting
0
04-19 Time Duration of PCO Step 4
Factory setting
0
04-20 Time Duration of PCO Step 5
Factory setting
0
04-21 Time Duration of PCO Step 6
Factory setting
0
04-22 Time Duration of PCO Step 7
Factory setting
0
04-23 Time Duration of PCO Step 8
Factory setting
0
04-24 Time Duration of PCO Step 9
04-25 Time Duration of PCO Step 10
Factory setting
0
Factory setting
0
04-26 Time Duration of PCO Step 11
Factory setting
0
04-27 Time Duration of PCO Step 12
Factory setting
0
04-28 Time Duration of PCO Step 13
Factory setting
0
04-29 Time Duration of PCO Step 14
Factory setting
0
04-30 Time Duration of PCO Step 15
Settings 0 - 65500 sec
Factory setting
0
04-31 The PCO Time Multiplier
Settings 1 - 10
Factory setting
10
04-32 The PCO Operation Direction
Settings 0 - 32767 (0: FWD; 1: REV)
Factory setting
0
This parameter controls the direction of Pr. 04-00~04-14, for the Process Control
Operation.
Programming: A 15bit binary number determines the PCO direction. The binary number is
then converted to decimal and entered into Pr. 04-32. Below is an example
on how to generate the decimal value needed for this parameter.
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0=Forward
1=Reverse
Direction of 1st speed for Pr.04-00
Weights
Bit 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Direction of 2nd speed for Pr.04-01
Direction of 3rd speed for Pr.04-02
Direction of 4th speed for Pr.04-03
Direction of 5th speed for Pr.04-04
Direction of 6th speed for Pr.04-05
Direction of 7th speed for Pr.04-06
Direction of 8th speed for Pr.04-07
Direction of 9th speed for Pr.04-08
Direction of 10th speed for Pr.04-09
Direction of 11th speed for Pr.04-10
Direction of 12th speed for Pr.04-11
Direction of 1 3th speed for Pr.04-12
Direction of 14th speed for Pr.04-13
Direction of 15th speed for Pr.04-14
Simple Example
Weights
Bit
0
1
0
0
1 1
0 0
0
1
1
1
0
0
1
0
0=Forward
1=Reverse
Direction of Pr.04-00, 1st speed = Forward
Direction of Pr.04-01,2nd speed=Reverse
Direction of Pr.04-02 ,3rd speed=Forward
Direction of Pr.04-03 ,4th speed=Forward
Direction of Pr.04-04 ,5th speed=Reverse
Direction of Pr.04-05,6th speed=Reverse
Direction of Pr.04-06,7th speed=Reverse
Direction of Pr.04-07,8th speed=Forward
Direction of Pr.04-08,9th speed=Forward
Direction of Pr.04-09,10th speed=Forward
Direction of Pr.04-10,11th speed=Reverse
Direction of Pr.04-11,12th speed=Reverse
Direction of Pr.04-12, 13th speed=Forward
Direction of Pr.04-13,14th speed=Forward
14
13
Direction of Pr.04-14,15th speed=Reverse
2
1
The setting value = bit14x2 + bit13x2 +....+bit2x2 +bit1x2 +bit0x2
14
11
10
6
5
4
1
= 1x2 + 1x2 +1x2 +1x2 +1x2 +1x2 +1x2
=16384+2048+1024+64+32+16+2
=19570
Setting 04-32 =19570
NOTE:
14
2 =16384
9
2 =512
4
2 =16
13
2 =8192
8
2 =256
3
2 =8
12
2 =4096
7
2 =128
2
2 =4
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2 =2048
6
2 =64
1
2 =2
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2 =1024
5
2 =32
0
2 =1
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04-33 Process Control Operation Mode
Bit setting
Bit 0
Bit 1
Bit 2
Bit 3
Bit 4
Factory setting
0 direction determined by Pr. 04-32
1 direction determined by the master speed control
0 continuously execute the process control operation
1 execute only one process control operation cycle
0 zero speed intervals disabled
1 zero speed intervals enabled
0 operate at zero speed upon time extension (note 1)
1 operate at a constant speed upon time extension (note 1)
0 PCO disabled
1 PCO enabled
0
20 1
21 2
22 4
23 8
24 16
Note: Please refer to Pr.02-01 to 02-06 and setting 23 “PCO time extension”.
04-34 Multi-Step Speed Operation Mode
Bit setting
Bit 0
Bit 1
Bit 2
Factory setting
0 direction determined by Pr. 04-32
1 direction determined by the master speed control
0 continuously execute multi-step speed
0
20 1
execute multi-step speed based on time (Pr. 4-15 to 21 2
1
4-30)
0 zero speed intervals disabled
1 zero speed intervals enabled
22 4
Program operation
command
Program operation
indication
Step operation
indication
Program operation
fulfillment indication
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04-35 Disable Skip frequency width
Factory setting 0.00
Settings 0.00~400.00Hz
04-36 Interfere jump width
Factory setting 0.00
Settings 0.00~400.00Hz
Frequency
04-35
04-36
Center
Frequency
5
04-36
04-35
Time
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5.6 Group 5: Motor Parameters
05-00 Motor Auto Tuning
Settings
Factory setting
0
0 no function
1 measures (R1, R2, Lm, Lc, no-load current)
2 measures (R1, R2, Lc)
3
measures (R1, R2, Lc, Lm, calculated by the motor’s no-load
current)
This parameter automatically measures the motor’s characteristics and enters the values
into Pr.05-02, Pr.05-06~09, Pr.05-12, Pr.05-16~19, respectively.
Note 1. The Torque/Vector control mode is not intended for use with multiple motors connected
to one AC drive.
Note 2. If two motors will be connected to one drive and both must be auto tuned, it is
necessary to set a multi-function input terminal to switch between Motors 1 and 2.
This will enable the drive to enter the calculated values into the correct parameter
positions.
Note 3. When using the Auto tune feature with a loaded motor, please set Pr05-00 = 2 or 3. A
setting of 2 or 3 is a “Static tune” and no movement of the motor is necessary to
calculate the motor characteristics. If a Static tune is desired, please make sure to
input the correct No-Load and Full-Load current before conducting the Auto Tuning
feature.
Motor Auto Tuning Procedure:
1. Make sure all the parameter settings are at the factory settings and all power wiring is
correct.
2. Remove any load on the motor before proceeding with the auto tuning (Nothing should be
connected to the motor shaft).
3. Enter the motor rated voltage in Pr. 01-02 and motor rated frequency in Pr. 01-01.
4. Set Pr. 05-00 = 1, 2, or 3, then press the “RUN” key on the keypad to execute the motor
auto-tuning operation (Caution: the motor will begin to turn if Pr.05-00 is set to 1). The
execution time is about 2 minutes. (The greater the horsepower of the motor, the longer the
acceleration/deceleration time should be set).
5. After the auto tuning procedure is complete, verify the parameters (Pr.05-02, Pr.05-06~09,
Pr.05-12 and Pr.05-16~19) have been updated. If not, set Pr.05-00 = 1 to 3 and press the
“RUN” key again.
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6. Set Pr.00-10 = 2~5 after any errors are eliminated.
based on the requirement of the application.
If needed, now adjust other parameters
05-01 Full-Load Current of Motor 1
Settings
Factory setting A xx.x
****A(30~120%)
This parameter will limit the AC drive output current in order to prevent the motor from
overheating.
The value entered must be in Amps, and should be found on the motor nameplate.
This parameter and Pr. 05-01 must be programmed correctly if the drive is to operated in
the Vector or Torque control mode, the Electronic Thermal Overload Relay is used (Pr.
06-09), or if the Slip Compensation function is used (Pr. 05-04).
05-02 No-Load Current of Motor 1
Factory setting A xx.x
Settings XXXA(5~90%)
The motor’s no-load current must be less than Pr. 05-01. This parameter directly
effects the amount of the slip compensation generated and the no-load current during
Vector control mode. Please set this parameter carefully.
05-03 Torque Compensation of Motor 1 (for the V/F Mode Only) a Factory setting 0.0
Settings 0.0~25.0%
This parameter increases the amount of voltage the drive will output to the motor during
operation to increase motor torque. The V/F Torque Compensation is based on the
setting of the parameter.
Be careful when setting this parameter. Always start at the lowest setting and increase the
value until sufficient torque is achieved. A large Torque Compensation may generate
more voltage than needed and the motor will overheat and possibly be damaged.
05-04 Slip Compensation of Motor 1 (for V/F mode only)
Settings
a Factory setting 0.0
0.0-10.0%
While driving an asynchronous motor, an increasing load will cause an increase in slip.
This parameter may be used to compensate the nominal slip within a range of 0.0-10.0%.
When the output current of the drive is greater than the motor’s no-load current (setting of
Pr. 05-02), the drive will adjust the output frequency to the motor to compensate for slip.
Note 1. If Pr.05-02 > the rated current of the motor, the slip compensation will not work
correctly.
Note 2. To obtain effective slip compensation, use the auto tune feature Pr.05-00.
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05-05 Number of Poles for Motor 1
Settings
Factory setting 4
2~20
This parameter sets the number of poles of your motor (must be an even number).
05-06 Line to Line resistance R1 of Motor 1
Settings
Factory setting XX
mΩ
05-07 Rotor resistance R2 of Motor 1
Settings
Factory setting XX
mΩ
05-08 LM of Motor 1
Settings
Factory setting XX
MH
05-09 LC of Motor 1
Settings
Factory setting XX
MH
The settings of Pr.05-05 to 05-09 depend on the current rating of the inverter and the auto
tune feature. Please do not change these settings as incorrect performance may occur.
05-10 Iron Loss of Motor 1
Settings
a Factory setting 1.5
0.0~10.0%
This parameter is defined as the percentage of the rated power.
05-11 Full-Load Current of Motor 2
Settings
Factory setting A xx.x
****A(30~120%)
05-12 No-Load Current of Motor 2
Settings
Factory setting A xx.x
XXXA(5~90%)
05-13 Torque Compensation of Motor 2
Settings
a Factory setting 0.0
0.0~25.0%
05-14 Slip Compensation of Motor 2
Settings
a Factory setting 0.0
0.0~10.0%
05-15 Number of Poles for Motor 2
Settings
Factory setting 4
2~20
05-16 Line to Line resistance R1 of Motor 2
Settings
Factory setting XX
mΩ
05-17 Rotor resistance R2 of Motor 2
Settings
Factory setting XX
mΩ
05-18 LM of Motor 2
Settings
Factory setting XX
MH
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05-19 LC of Motor 2
Settings
Factory setting XX
MH
05-20 Iron Loss of Motor 2
Settings
a Factory setting 1.5
0.0~10.0%
For parameters 05-11~20, please refer to parameters 05-01~05-10.
05-21 ASR (Auto Speed Regulation) P (Gain) 1
Settings
a
Factory setting 25.0
0.0~500.0%
This parameter determines the error value gain while in vector, or vector w/PG control
mode.
05-22 ASR I (Integration) Time 1
Settings
a Factory setting
0.250
0.000~10.000 sec
0.000: no integration
This parameter determines the integration time during vector or vector w/PG control.
There is no integration, if the integration time is set to 0.
05-23 ASR P (Gain) 2
Settings
a Factory setting 25.0
0.0~500.0%
This setting determines the gain of the error value, and it is suitable for use with the vector
control and the PG control.
05-24 ASR I
Settings
(Integration) Time 2
a Factory setting
0.250
0.000~10.000 sec
0.000: no integration
This setting is defined as the integration time of the integrating device, and it is suitable
for use with the vector control and the PG control.
The integration is invalid if the integration time is set as 0.
05-25 Frequency Switch between ASR1 and 2
Settings
a Factory setting
7.00
0.0~400.00Hz
This parameter is defined as the frequency switching point between ASR1 (Pr. 05-21, 22)
and ASR2 (Pr. 05-23, 24).
+
+
PI
H
F
-
Speed Feedback
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05-26 Low-Speed Excitation Magnet Compensation
Settings
a Factory setting
10
0~100%
This parameter determines the amount of current applied to the motor to excite the
magnetic field during vector control.
05-27 The Pre-Controlled Torque Feedback
Settings
a Factory setting
0~100%
Used with the vector control to help with low speed torque control.
gain and should be increased as more torque is needed.
05-28 Time Delay of the Pre-Controlled Torque Feedback
Settings
10
The number is a
a Factory setting
0.010
0.000~2.000 sec
The parameter determines the filtering time of Pr. 05-27, before any action is taken.
05-29 Vibration Compensation Factor
a Factory setting
100
Settings 0~10000
This parameter will minimize vibration at low speed during vector control. The value of
the parameter is a GAIN. The higher the value, the more vibration dampening that will
occur.
05-30 R1 Detection Frequency
Settings
0
a Factory setting
0
no R1 detection
1 R1 detection
This parameter selects the frequency of detection for R1. If Pr05-30 is set to 1, the
motor’s line to line resistance will be detected during each “RUN” command.
Note: If the response time to a “RUN” command is critical, than Pr.05-30 should be set to 0.
05-31 Dynamic Response Gain
Settings
a Factory setting
0.0
0.0~100.0%
This parameter is used to avoid frequency decrease rapidly when increasing load suddenly.
05-32 Response of current control gain
Settings
a Factory setting
10
0~100%
This parameter should be used with 05-28 to increase running smooth in low speed and
won’t have run-stop-run-stop situation.
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5.7 Group 6: Protection Parameter
06-00 Low Voltage Level
Settings
a Factory setting
180
160~220V*
This parameter determines the level for “LV” fault.
*Twice the voltage for the 460V model
Input voltage
06-00
15V
5
LV
06-01 Over-Voltage Stall Prevention
a Factory setting 380.0*
Settings 350.0~450.0V*
This parameter sets the voltage limit for use with the Over Voltage Stall prevention
function. During deceleration, a heavy loaded motor will begin to regenerate voltage
back to the drive. As the drive absorbs this regenerated voltage the DC bus will
increase. If the DC bus reaches the value programmed in this parameter, the drive will
stop deceleration, hold speed, and wait for the power to dissipate, before deceleration
begins again.
*Twice the voltage for the 460V model
Over-Voltage Stall Prevention,
properties of decel when the
function is activated.
Output
Frequency
Frequency sustained
Time
Pre-set
Deceleration
Time
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06-025 Phase-Loss Protection
0 warn and keep operating
Settings
a Factory setting
0
1 warn and ramp to stop
2 warn and coast to stop
The phase-loss protection is for the input side of the power phase-loss protection. The
drive will have influence on control characteristics and driver life when it operates the
input phase-loss. But it can be operated if its’ output current is less than 50% of rated
current.
06-03 Over-Current Stall Prevention during Acceleration
a
Factory setting
170
Settings 20~250%
This value sets the current limit for the Over Current Stall Prevention function. During
acceleration, a heavy loaded motor may require very high current. If the current
reaches the value programmed in Pr 06-03, the drive will stop acceleration, hold speed
and wait for the current to dissipate in the motor. Once the current has fallen below the
limit set in 06-03, the drive will begin to accelerate to command speed as shown in the
graph below.
06-03
Time
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06-04 Over-Current Stall Prevention during Operation
a Factory setting
170
Settings 20~250%
This parameter sets the current limit for the Over-Current Stall Prevention during
Operation function. If the load on the motor causes the current to rise above the
value set in this parameter, the drive will lower its output frequency (therefore lowering
current) to avoid the motor from stalling. After the current has fallen below the value
set in Pr.06-04, the drive will begin to bring the motor back to command speed as
shown in the graph below.
Current
06-04
5
Over-current stall prevention
during constant speed; output
frequency kept decreasing
Time
06-05 Over-Current Deceleration Time during Operation
Settings
a Factory setting
0
0 disabled
Over-torque detection during constant speed operation, continue
1
to operate after detection.
2
Over-torque detection during constant speed operation, stop
operation after detection.
3
Over-torque detection during entire (acceleration, steady state,
deceleration) operation, continue operation after detection.
4
Over-torque detection during entire (acceleration, steady state,
deceleration) operation, stop operation after detection.
06-07 Over-Torque Detection Level (oL2)
Settings
3.00
0.05~600.00 Sec
06-06 Over-Torque Detection Selection (oL2)
Settings
a Factory setting
a Factory setting
10-250%
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06-08 Over-Torque Detection Time (oL2)
a Factory setting
0.1
Settings 0.0-60.0 Second
These parameters define the current level and detection time for the Over Torque
Detection function.
The Over Torque Detection level is a percentage of the rated drive current. The factory
setting is 150% of the drives rated current.
The Over Torque Detection time is the length of time the drive may be in an over torque
condition.
Current
5%
06-07, 06-10
06-08, 06-11
Example: When the output current exceeds the over torque detection level (Pr.06-07) and
exceeds the over torque detection time (Pr.06-08), the drive will display oL2 on
the keypad and will follow the setting in Pr.06-06.
06-09 Over-Torque Detection Selection 2 (OL3)
Settings
1
over-torque detection during constant speed operation, continue to
operate after detection
2
over-torque detection during constant speed operation, stop
operation after detection.
3
over-torque detection during operation, continue operation after
detection.
4
over-torque detection during operation, stop operation after
detection.
a Factory setting
150
a Factory setting
0.1
10~250%
06-11 Over-Torque Detection Time 2 (OL3)
Settings
0
0 Disable
06-10 Over-Torque Detection Level 2 (OL3)
Settings
a Factory setting
0.0~60.0 Sec
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06-12 Over-Torque limit
a Factory setting
150
Settings 0~250%
This parameter sets the over torque limit used during torque control, V/F control, and
Vector control. When using an analog input set for “Torque Limit”, this parameter will set
the actual limit. The value in this parameter is based on the AC drive output current in %.
06-13 Electronic Thermal Relay Selection (I2t)
Settings
0 Inverter/vector motor
a Factory setting
2
1 Standard motor
2 Electronic thermal relay function disabled
This parameter selects the type electronic thermal relay function based on the motor
characteristics.
Inverter/vector motor = windings designed for AC drive output and low speeds with
high currents.
Standard motor = windings not designed for AC drives. Motor has a shaft mounted fan
which offers poor cooling at low speeds
06-14 Electronic Thermal Relay Time (I2t)
a Factory setting
60
Settings 30~600 Sec
This parameter sets the time period for the Electronic Thermal Relay (I2t) function.
Operation
time(min)
5
60Hz or more
4
50Hz
3
10Hz
2
5Hz
1
0
Load
factor
(%)
20 40
60
80 100 120 140 160 180 200
The electronic thermal relay function is designed to protect the motor from overheating,
due to low output frequency and high currents.
06-15 Heat Sink Over-Heat (oH) Warning
Settings
0.0~110.0
Unit
The setting for parameters 02-10~02-13 is 23.
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06-16 Op stall low limit
a Factory setting
120
06-17 Most Recent Fault Record
a Factory setting
0
06-18 2nd Most Recent Fault Record
Settings
0~250%
a Factory setting
0
rd
a Factory setting
0
th
a Factory setting
0
06-19 3 Most Recent Fault Record
06-20 4 Most Recent Fault Record
Content
0
no fault
displayed 1
oc (over-current)
2
ov (over-voltage)
3
oH1 (IGBT overheat)
4
oL (drive overload)
5
oL1 (electronic thermal relay)
6
EF (external fault)
7
CF3 (hardware circuit fault)
8
HPF (protection circuit fault)
9
ocA (over-current during accel)
10 ocd (over-current during decel)
11 ocn (over-current during constant speed)
12 GFF (ground fault)
13 pg error
14 Lv (low voltage)
15 CF1 (unable to write to memory)
16 CF2 (unable to read memory)
17 bb (Pause)
18 oL2 (motor overload)
19 sc (IGBT failure)
20 brake (braking transistor failure)
21 OL3 (motor overload)
22 oh2 (brake overheat)
23 Fuse failure
24 CT2 (current sensor 2)
25 CT1 (current sensor 1)
26 PWM (upper and lower points at the same low level)
27 Motor auto tuning failure
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28 pid error
29 ACI error
30 P2P Over Limit
31 CC
33 VEC R1 out of range (Pr. 05-30)
34 keypad error
35 RS 485 watchdog timer
36 FAN failure
37 input phase loss
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5.8 Group 7: Special Parameter
07-00 Software Braking Level
a Factory setting 380.0*
Settings 350.0~450.0VDC*
This parameter sets the level for dynamic braking to enable.
The value must be higher
than the steady state DC-BUS voltage, otherwise the braking transistor will have a 100%
duty. At 100% duty the transistor and resistor will most likely fail.
*The factory setting is twice the value for the 460V model
07-01 DC Braking Current Level
a Factory setting
0
Settings 0~100%
This parameter sets the DC braking current level in percentage, for use with DC injection
braking. The percentage is based on the rated current of the AC drive. When programming
this parameter, be sure to increase the percentage slowly from 0, until sufficient braking
torque is obtained. A current level too high may damage the motor.
07-02 DC Braking Time at Start-up
a Factory setting
0.00
Settings 0.00~60.00 Sec
This parameter determines the duration of DC braking current applied to the motor
immediately following a START command.
07-03 DC Braking Time during a STOP
a Factory setting
0.00
Settings 0.00~60.00 Sec
This parameter determines the duration of DC braking current applied to the motor upon a
STOP command. This is often used to hold a motor shaft in position for a short time.
07-04 Frequency point for DC Braking
Settings
a Factory setting
0.00
0.00~400.00Hz
Output Frequency
Startup Frequency
01-09
RUN/STOP
Time
OFF
ON
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This parameter determines the frequency point of DC braking for both Pr. 07-02 and Pr.
07-03.
During deceleration, the drive will begin to output a DC current once the frequency reaches
the value set in this parameter.
Output Frequency
Startup Frequency
01-09
Time
5
OFF
ON
RUN/STOP
Immediately following a RUN command, the drive will output a DC current until the output
frequency reaches the value set in this parameter.
The DC braking is commonly used to help decrease the deceleration time. For the best
stopping performance, it is recommended to use the Deceleration Time (Pr.01-13) to slow
the motor and then apply the DC brake at speeds below 25hz.
07-05 Increasing Rate of the DC Voltage
a Factory setting
30
Settings 1~500
This parameter determines the rate of increase for the DC voltage output during the DC
injection braking function.
07-06 Re-activate after Momentary Power Loss
0 disable
Settings
a Factory setting
0
1 begins from command frequency
2 begins from minimum output frequency
This parameter selects the speed search type after a momentary power loss.
07-07 Maximum Allowable Power Loss Time
Settings
0.1~5.0 Sec
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During a power loss, if the power loss time is less than the time defined by this parameter,
the AC drive will resume operation. If the Maximum Allowable Power Loss Time is
exceeded, the AC drive output is then turned off.
If the power loss occurs while the AC drive is under heavy load, it is possible all available
ride through power will be dissipated in the motor and the AC drive will shut down quickly
(less than 1 second).
The Momentary Power Loss function is only enabled while the “Lu” is displayed on the
keypad.
07-08 Base Block Time for Speed Search
Settings
a Factory setting
0.5
0.1~5.0 Sec
When a momentary power loss is detected, the AC drive waits for a specified time interval
determined by Pr.07-08 before resuming operation.
This parameter also determines the wait time after performing an external Base Block and
Fault Reset function.
07-09 Maximum Current Level for Speed Search
Settings
a Factory setting
150
20~200%
This parameter determines the maximum current level used for the speed search function.
The drive will only conduct a speed search if the drive’s output current is greater than the
current level set in this parameter. If the current is below this value, then the drive will
simply ramp up in a normal condition.
When speed search is conducted, the dive will follow the V/F curve determined by Pr.
01-00 to Pr.01-09.
This parameter is used for both the “Auto Acceleration/Deceleration Time” and “Speed
Search” functions.
Maximum Allowable
Power Loss Time
Maximum Allowable
Power Loss Time
Input
Power
07-07
07-06=01
Output
Frequency
Speed Search
Speed
Synchronization
Detection
07-07
07-06=02
Baseblock Time
Baseblock Time
07-08
07-08
Output
Voltage
The Procedure Diagram of "Re-activate after Momentary Power Loss"
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07-10 Deceleration Time for Speed Search
Settings
a Factory setting
3.00
0.50~600.00 Sec
This parameter determines the rate at which the drive will decelerate the output frequency
to find the motor speed, during the momentary speed search method “begins from
command frequency”.
If the speed search or momentary power loss is set for “begin from minimum output
frequency”, then this parameter is not used.
When speed search is executed, the Auto Deceleration and the S curve deceleration will
not be conducted.
07-11 Auto Restart after Fault
Settings
a Factory setting
0
0~10
5
This parameter determines the number of restarts after the following faults, “OC, GFF and
OV”.
The “Auto Restart after Fault” begins with the “Maximum Output Frequency Speed Search”
method.
If this parameter is set to 10 and 3 faults occur, the remaining number of faults for auto
restart is 7. If there are no more faults within 10 minutes, the drive will reset this
parameter to 10.
07-12 Speed Search Type
Settings
a Factory setting
0
speed search disabled
1
speed search through the frequency command
2
FWD-speed search only (motor only runs in FWD direction)
3
REV-speed search only (motor only runs in REV direction)
4
FWD/REV speed search enabled in both directions (fwd first)
0
5 REV/FWD speed search enabled in both directions (rev first)
This parameter selects the method for speed search. Settings 2 and 3 are used when
the motor direction is always guaranteed. If it is possible the motor direction may be
either REV or FWD upon a speed search, then selection 4 or 5 should be used.
The speed search function is most applicable to a large Punch Press machine, blower,
or other high inertia application. While these applications normally stop, using the
“Coast to Stop” method, this may take 2~5 minutes or the application comes to a
complete stop. However, with the speed search function enabled, users could instantly
start the drive without waiting for the flywheel to come to a stop and the drive would
quickly find the speed and bring the motor to speed.
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By adding an encoder (PG) to the application, a faster and more speed search would
occur.
07-13 Speed Search Frequency (FWD direction)
a Factory setting 60.00/50.00
Settings 0.00~400.00Hz
This parameter is used as the frequency start point for the Speed Search function, when
Pr. 07-12 is set to 2 or 4.
07-14 Speed Search Frequency (REV direction)
a Factory setting 60.00/50.00
Settings 0.00~400.00Hz
This parameter is used as the frequency start point for the Speed Search function when
Pr. 07-12 is set to 3 or 5.
Frequency
07-13
Speed search
frequency
(forward direction)
Speed Search type
07-12
current>07-09
07-14
Speed search
frequency
(REV direction)
07-15 Gear Gap Acceleration-Interruption Time
Settings
a Factory setting
6.00
a Factory setting
0.00
a Factory setting
6.00
0.00~400.00Hz
07-17 Gear Gap Deceleration-Interruption Time
Settings
0.00
0.00~400.00 Sec
07-16 Gear Gap Acceleration-Interruption Frequency
Settings
a Factory setting
0.00~400.00 Sec
07-18 Gear Gap Deceleration-Interruption Frequency
Settings 0.00~400.00Hz
These parameters determine the time and frequency point for the drive to stop
acceleration or deceleration to allow the motor to catch up to the ac drives output
frequency. This is commonly used with heavy loaded applications where the motors
rotor is lagging the stator.
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07-16
Gear Gap
AccelerationInterruption
Frequency
07-15
Gear Gap
AccelerationInterruption
Time
07-17
Gear Gap
DeceerationlInterruption
Time
07-18 Gear Gap
DecelerationInterruption
Frequency
Time
Gear Gap Acceleration/Deceleration
07-19 External Terminals RUN after Fault Reset
Settings
a Factory setting
0
0 Invalid
1 If running command is still ON and it is running.
When RUN command terminal of external terminal is ON and AC drive solve the fault
after detecting fault, you can re-run by pressing RESET key.
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5.9 Group 8: High-Performance Parameter
08-00 PID Feedback Terminal Selection
Settings
0 Disable
1 AVI (0~10V)
2 ACI (4~20mA)
3 AUI (+/-10V)
4 Clock (F/R--master speed)
5 Clock (F/R--A/B direction)
a Factory setting
Select an input terminal to serve as the PID feedback position.
feedback position is different from the Frequency Set Point position.
08-01 Proportional Gain (P)
Settings
0
Please verify the
a Factory setting
80.0
0.0~500.0%
This parameter determines the gain of the feedback loop. If the gain is large, the
response will be strong and immediate (If the gain is too large, vibration may occur). If
the gain is small, the response will be weak and slow.
08-02 Integral Time (I)
Settings
a Factory setting
1.00
0.00~100.00 Sec
0.00: no integral
This parameter determines the speed of response for the PID feedback loop. If the
integral time is long, the response will be slow. If the integral time is short, the response
will be quick. Be careful not to set (I) too small, since a rapid response may cause
oscillation in the PID loop.
If the integral time is set as 0.00, Pr. 08-02 will be disabled.
08-03 Differential Time (D)
Settings
a Factory setting
0.00
0.00~1.00 Sec
This parameter determines the damping effect for the PID feedback loop. If the
differential time is long, any oscillation will quickly subside. If the differential time is
short, the oscillation will subside slowly.
08-04 Integration’s Upper Bound Frequency
Settings
a Factory setting
100.0
0.0~100.0%
This parameter determines the integration’s upper frequency limit while operating in the
PID feedback loop. (Limit = 01-00×08-04 %). During a fast Integration response, it is
possible for the frequency to spike beyond a reasonable point.
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08-05 PID Frequency Output Command limit
Settings
a Factory setting
100.0
0.0~100.0%
This parameter determines the limit of the PID Command frequency. If this parameter
is set to 120%, then the maximum output frequency while in the PID operation will be
(120% x Pr.01-00) 72%.
08-06 PID Deviation Range
Settings
0.0
a Factory setting
0.000
-100.0~+100.0%
08-07 One-Time Delay
Settings
a Factory setting
0.000~0.005 Sec
Input Selection of the
PID Targeted Value
One-Time Delay
PID Cancelled 08-00=0
or 02-01~06=24(pid off)
Output
1
2
Error Range Output
03-13=20
00-14=17:PID
command
00-14=18 display of the
PID feedback
+
-
PID Deviation Range
08-06
P
D
Proportion
gain
Differential
Time
Input Selection
of the PID Feedback
10-00:AVI/ACI
AUI/PG
08-01
I
08-02
08-03
+
+
One-Time
Delay
08-07
+
08-04
Integral's
Upper
Bound Freq.
03-13=21
08-05
Treatment of the
Feedback Signal Fault
If Hz>08-05
time over08-08
=>08-09
PI Control: controlled by the P action only, and thus, the deviation cannot be eliminated
entirely. To eliminate residual deviations, the P + I control will generally be utilized.
And when the PI control is utilized, it could eliminate the deviation incurred by the
targeted value changes and the constant external interferences. However, if the I
action is excessively powerful, it will delay the responding toward the swift variation.
The P action could be used solely on the loading system that possesses the integral
components.
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PD Control: when deviation occurred, the system will immediately generate some
operation load that is greater than the load generated single handedly by the D action to
restrain the increment of the deviation. If the deviation is small, the effectiveness of the
P action will be decreasing as well. The control objects include occasions with integral
component loads, which are controlled by the P action only, and sometimes, if the
integral component is functioning, the whole system will be vibrating. On such
occasions, in order to make the P action’s vibration subsiding and the system stabilizing,
the PD control could be utilized. In other words, this control is good for use with
loadings with no braking functions over the processes.
PID Control: Utilize the I action to eliminate the deviation and the D action to restrain the
vibration, thereafter, combine with the P action to construct the PID control. Use of the
PID method could obtain a control process with no deviations, high accuracies and a
stable system.
08-08 Detection Time of the Feedback Error
Settings
a Factory setting
0.0
0.0~6000.0 Sec
This parameter defines the detection time for the loss of a feedback analog signal. The
drive will follow the operating procedure programmed in Pr.08-09 if the feedback signal
is lost for more than the time set in Pr. 08-08.
A setting of 0.0 disables this function.
08-09 Feedback Signal Fault Treatment
Settings
a Factory setting
0
0 warn and keep operating
1 warn and RAMP to stop
2 warn and COAST to stop
This parameter selects the operation of the drive upon a loss of PID feedback signal.
08-10 Dwell (sleep) Frequency
Settings
a Factory setting
0.00
a Factory setting
0.0
0.00~400.00Hz
08-12 Dwell (sleep) Period
Settings
0.00
0.00~400.00Hz
08-11 Revival Frequency
Settings
a Factory setting
0.0~6000.0 Sec
These parameters determine Dwell (sleep) functions of the AC drive. If the command
frequency falls below the Dwell frequency, for the specified time in Pr. 08-12, then the
drive will shut off the output and wait until the command frequency rises above Pr. 08-11.
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Please see the below diagram.
Actual running
output frequency
Frequency Command
08-11
Revival Frequency
08-10
Dwell (sleep) Frequency
Dwell (sleep) Period
08-12
0Hz
Dwell (sleep) Function
08-13 Fan control
a Factory setting
Settings
0 When power is applied, the fan will turn on
1 When the run command is given, the fan will turn on
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5.10 Group 9: Communication Parameter
09-00 Communication Address
Settings
a Factory setting
1
1-254
When the system is controlling or monitoring with the RS-485 series connection
communication interface, every drive has to be determined with one communication
address then and that the address connected to the network should be specific and
could not be repeated.
09-01 Transmission Speed of the Communication
Settings
a Factory setting
9.6
4.8~115.2 Kbits/Sec
Through the internal RS-485 series connection ports within the computer, users are to
set and revise the parameters within the drive, and to control the operation of the drive,
and further, to monitor the operation status of the drive. This parameter is utilized in
setting up the transmission speed between the computer and the drive.
09-02 Transmission Fault Treatment
Settings
a Factory setting
3
0 warn and keep operating
1 warn and RAMP to stop
2 warn and COAST to stop
3 no treatment and no display
This parameter is utilized in setting the drive’s treatment toward transmission overtime fault
(e.g. when the communication cord is broken) during the communication.
09-03 Overtime Detection
Settings
a Factory setting
0
0 disabled
1~100 Sec
This parameter is utilized in setting the transmission overtime between the
communication and the keypad.
09-04 Communication Protocol
Settings
a Factory setting
0
0 to 17
Settings
Function
Settings
Function
0
7, N, 1 for ASCII
9
8, O, 1 for ASCII
1
7, N, 2 for ASCII
10
8, E, 2 for ASCII
2
7, E, 1 for ASCII
11
8, O, 2 for ASCII
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Settings
Function
Settings
Function
3
7, O, 1 for ASCII
12
8, N, 1 for RTU
4
7, E, 2 for ASCII
13
8, N, 2 for RTU
5
7, O, 2 for ASCII
14
8, E, 1 for RTU
6
8, N, 1 for ASCII
15
8, O, 1 for RTU
7
8, N, 2 for ASCII
16
8, E, 2 for RTU
8
8, E, 1 for ASCII
17
8, O, 2 for RTU
Computer-controlled Link: when the RS-485 series connection communication interface
is utilized, every VDF-V has to pre-determine the communication address at Pr. 09-00,
and thereafter, the computer will proceed with the control based on respective
addresses.
The Communication Protocol is of the MODBUS ASCII (American Standard Code for
Information Interchange) Mode: every byte is composed of 2 ASCII words. For
example, if the numeric value is 64 Hex, the way to show it through the ASCII mode will
be ”64”, which is composed respectively be ”6” (36Hex) and ”4” (34Hex).
1. Meaning of Encoding:
The communication protocol is of the Hexadecimal system, and thus, the meaning of the
ASCII message words would be: ”0”…”9”, ”A”…”F”, which every Hexadecimal code
represents every ASCII message word.
For instance:
WORD
‘0’
‘1’
‘2’
‘3’
‘4’
‘5’
‘6’
‘7’
ASCII code
30H
31H
32H
33H
34H
35H
36H
37H
WORD
‘8’
‘9’
‘A’
‘B’
‘C’
‘D’
‘E’
‘F’
ASCII code
38H
39H
41H
42H
43H
44H
45H
46H
2. WORD Structure
2.1 10-bit Word Frame (For ASCll)
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Data Format 7.N.2
Start
bit
0
1
3
2
4
5
6
Stop Stop
bit
bit
5
6
Even Stop
parity bit
5
6
7-data bits
10-bit word frame
Data Format 7.E.1
Start
bit
0
1
2
4
3
7-data bits
10-bit word frame
Data Format 7.O.1
Start
bit
0
1
2
4
3
Odd Stop
parity bit
7-data bits
10-bit word frame
1.2
11-bit Word Frame (For RTU)
Data Format 8.N.2
Start
bit
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Stop Stop
bit
bit
6
7
Even Stop
parity bit
6
7
8-data bits
11-bit word frame
Data Format 8.E.1
Start
bit
0
1
2
3
4
5
8-data bits
11-bit word frame
Data Format 8.O.1
Start
bit
0
1
2
3
4
5
Odd
Stop
parity bit
8-data bits
11-bit word frame
3. Communication Data Structure
3.1 The Data Format Frame
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The ASCII Mode:
STX
Address Hi
Address Lo
Function Hi
Function Lo
DATA (n-1)
…….
DATA 0
LRC CHK Hi
LRC CHK Lo
END Hi
END Lo
Start Word = ‘:’ (3AH)
Communication Address:
The 8-bit address is composed of 2 ASCll codes
Function Code:
The 8-bit function code is composed of 2 ASCll
codes
Data Contents:
n×8-bit, the data contents is composed of 2n
ASCll codes
n<=16, 32 ASCII codes as the maximum
LRC Check Sum:
The 8-bit check sum is composed of 2 ASCll
codes
End Word:
END Hi = CR (0DH), END Lo = LF(0AH)
The RTU Mode:
START
Keep the non-input message greater or equal to
10 ms
Address
Communication Address: the 8-bit binary address
Function
Function Code: the 8-bit binary address
DATA (n-1)
…….
Data Contents:
n×8-bit data, n<=16
DATA 0
CRC CHK Low CRC Check Sum:
The 16-bit CRC check sum is composed of 2
CRC CHK High
8-bit binary codes
END
Keep the non-input message greater or equal to
10 ms
3.2 Communication Address
00H: all the drives are broadcasting
01H: toward the drive at the 01 address
0FH: toward the drive at the 15 address
10H: toward the drive at the 16 address
and consequently, the maximum to be reached is 254 (FEH).
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3.3 Function Code and Data Contents
03H: read the contents of the register
06H: write one WORD into the register
3.3.1 Function Code 03H: read the contents of the register.
e.g.: When the address of the drive is set as 01H, read 2 data contents that exist
successively within the register, as shown follows: the address of the start
register is 2102H.
The ASCII Mode:
Inquiry message:
Response message:
STX
‘:’
STX
‘:’
Address
‘0’
Address
‘0’
‘1’
Function
‘1’
‘0’
Function
‘3’
‘3’
‘2’
Starting address
‘1’
‘0’
‘2’
Number of data
(count by word)
‘0’
‘0’
Content of
starting address
2102H
‘1’
‘4’
‘7’
‘7’
‘0’
Content of
address 2103H
‘2’
END
Number of data
(count by byte)
‘0’
‘0’
LRC Check
‘0’
‘0’
‘0’
‘D’
‘0’
‘7’
‘0’
CR
LRC Check
LF
‘7’
‘1’
END
CR
LF
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The RTU Mode:
Inquiry message:
Response message:
Address
01H
Address
01H
Function
03H
Function
03H
Starting data
address
21H
Number of data
(count by byte)
04H
Number of data
(count by word)
00H
Content of data
address 8102H
17H
CRC CHK Low
6FH
00H
CRC CHK High
F7H
Content of data
address 8103H
00H
CRC CHK Low
FEH
CRC CHK High
5CH
02H
02H
70H
3.3.2 Function Code 06H: write a WORD into the register.
e.g.: aim at address 01H of the drive, and write 6000 (1770H) into the interior of
the drive to set the parameter 0100H.
The ASCII Mode:
Inquiry message:
Response message:
STX
‘:’
STX
‘:’
Address
‘0’
Address
‘0’
‘1’
Function
‘1’
‘0’
Function
‘6’
Data address
Data content
LRC Check
‘6’
‘0’
Data address
‘1’
‘0’
‘0’
‘0’
‘0’
‘1’
Data content
‘1’
‘7’
‘7’
‘7’
‘7’
‘0’
‘0’
‘7’
LRC Check
‘7’
‘1’
CR
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‘1’
‘1’
END
‘0’
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LF
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The RTU Mode:
Inquiry message:
Response message:
Address
01H
Address
01H
Function
06H
Function
06H
Data address
01H
Data address
01H
00H
Data content
00H
17H
Data content
70H
17H
70H
CRC CHK Low
86H
CRC CHK Low
86H
CRC CHK High
22H
CRC CHK High
22H
3.4 The LRC Check of the ASCII Mode
The LRC Check is the added sum from “Address” to “Data Contents”. For example, in
3.3.1, the LRC Check for the inquiry message will be: 01H + 03H + 21H + 02H + 00H +
02H = 29H, then take the complementary of 2, D7H.
3.5 The CRC Check of the RTU Mode
The CRC Check starts from “Address” and ends in “Data Contents”. Its calculation is as
follows:
Step 1: Load the 16-bit register (the CRC register) with FFFFH.
Step 2: Exclusive OR the first 8-bit byte message command with the 16-bit CRC
register of the lower bit, then save the result into the CRC register.
Step 3: Shift the CRC register one bit to the right and fill in 0 to the higher bit.
Step 4: Check the value that shifts to the right. If it is 0, save the new value from
Step 3 into the CRC register, otherwise, Exclusive OR A001H and the
CRC register, then save the result into the CRC register.
Step 5: Repeat Steps 3 and 4 and calculates the 8-bit.
Step 6: Repeat Steps 2~5 for the next 8-bit message command, till all the
message commands are processed. And finally, the obtained CRC
register value is the CRC Check value. What should be noted is that the
CRC Check must be placed interchangeably in the Check Sum of the
message command.
What follows is the calculation example of the CRC Check using the C language:
unsigned char* data
// index of the message command
unsigned char length
// length of the message command
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unsigned int crc_chk(unsigned char* data, unsigned char length)
{
int j;
unsigned int reg_crc=0Xffff;
while(length--){
reg_crc ^= *data++;
for(j=0;j<8;j++){
if(reg_crc & 0x01){ /* LSB(b0)=1 */
reg_crc=(reg_crc>>1) ^ 0Xa001;
}else{
reg_crc=reg_crc >>1;
}
}
}
return reg_crc; // the value that sent back to the CRC register finally
}
4. Definition of the Parameters Addresses of the Communication Protocol:
Definition
Parameter Address
Function
Parameter setting GGnnH
within the drive
GG suggests the parameter group whereas nn
suggests the parameter code. For example,
Pr. 04-01 is indicated as 0401H.
Command toward 2000H
the drive
Bit0~3
0: no function
1: STOP
2: RUN
3: JOG + RUN
Bit4~5
00B: no function
01B: FWD
10B: REV
11B: direction change
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Definition
Parameter Address
Command toward 2000H
the drive
Function
Bit8~9
00B: no function
01B: operation commands
controlled by the digital
keypad
10B: operation commands
controlled by the RS485
communication or the external
terminal command (Pr. 02-01)
11B: source change for the
operation command
Bit6~7
Reserved
Bit12~15
Reserved
2001H
frequency/torque command
2002H
Bit0
1: E.F. ON
Bit1
1: RESET command
Bit2~15
Reserved
Monitor the status 2100H
of the drive
2119H
Error code: refer to Pr. 06-10~06-13
Bit 0
1: RUN command
Bit 1
1: RUN state
Bit 2
1: JOG command
Bit 3
1: REV command
Bit 4
1: REV state
Bit 8
1: master frequency source from
the communication interface
Bit 9
1: master frequency source comes
from the input of
/plc/muit/avi/aci/aui through the
analog/external terminal signals
Bit 10
1: operation command from the
communication
interface/external terminals
Bit 11
1: parameter locked
Bit 14~15
Reserved
2102H
frequency/torque command (F)
2103H
output frequency/torque (H)
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Definition
Parameter Address
Function
2104H
output current (XX.XX)
2105H
DC-BUS voltage (XXX.X)
2106H
output voltage (XXX.XX)
2107H
presently-executed step speed
2109H
residual time after procedural operating the
step speed
2116H
multi-function display (Pr. 00-04)
2120H
2122H
217EH
(00-04=0)
(00-04=1)
(00-04=47)
5. Additional Response during Erroneous Communication:
If errors occurred when the drive is conducting the communication connection, the drive
will respond to this error and then respond (send) the Function code AND 80H to the
master control system so that the system will be informed of the error. And at the same
time, the keypad display panel of the drive will show “CE-XX” as a warning message, and
“XX” is then the error code. Please refer to “Meaning of the Error Codes” during the
communication.
For example:
The ASCII Mode:
The RTU Mode:
STX
‘:’
Address
01H
Address
‘0’
Function
86H
‘1’
Exception code
02H
‘8’
CRC CHK Low
C3H
‘6’
CRC CHK High
A1H
Function
Exception code
‘0’
‘2’
LRC CHK
‘7’
‘7’
END
CR
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Meaning of the Error Codes:
Error Codes
Explanations
1
Data Contents Error:
If the value of the data contents is great, it is then not
recognizable by the drive.
2
Parameter Address Error:
Parameter addresses not recognizable by the drive.
3
Password Locked: parameter change disabled
4
Parameter change disabled during operation
5
E2ROM Error when the parameter is written in
6
Data Length Error
7
The parameter is a fixed value, and thus, parameter
read is enabled and parameter change disabled
8
When LV, parameter read enabled and parameter
change disabled
9
Parameter Locked: parameter read disabled (Pr. 00-02)
10
Transmission Overtime
11
Frame Error: word frame error.
09-05 Keypad Transmission Fault Treatment
Settings
a Factory setting
0
0 warn and keep operating
1 warn and RAMP to stop
2 warn and COAST to stop
This parameter is utilized to determine the treatment of the drive if errors occurred during
the communication.
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5.11 Group 10: Speed Feedback Parameter
10-00 PG (encoder) Pulses
Settings
Factory setting
600
Factory setting
0
1~20000
This parameter sets the encoder pulse per revolution.
10-01 Encoder Input Setting (channel 1)
Phase A leads in a forward run command and phase B leads in a
reverse run command. (rising/falling edge trigger) (Pulses x 4)
Settings
FWD
0
REV
A
B
Phase B leads in a forward run command and phase A leads in a
reverse run command. (rising/falling edge trigger) (Pulses x 4)
FWD
1
REV
A
B
Phase A is a pulse input and phase B is a direction input.
(low input = reverse direction, high input = forward direction)
FWD
2
REV
A
B
Phase A is a pulse input and phase B is a direction input.
(low input = forward direction, high input = reverse direction)
FWD
3
REV
A
B
Phase A is a forward run pulse, then phase B is High.
Phase B is a reverse run pulse, then phase A is High.
4
FWD
REV
A
B
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Phase B is a forward run pulse, then phase A is High.
Phase A is a reverse run pulse, then phase B is High.
FWD
5
REV
A
B
Phase A leads in a forward run command and phase B leads in a
reverse run command. (level trigger)
FWD
6
REV
A
B
Phase B leads in a forward run command and phase A leads in a
reverse run command. (level trigger)
FWD
7
REV
A
B
This parameter sets the type of feedback received from the encoder.
The direction is determined as follows:
Forward = motor shaft is turning counter clockwise as viewed from the motors shaft end.
Reverse = motor shaft is turning clockwise as viewed from the motors shaft end.
10-02 PG Feedback Fault Treatment
Settings
0
warn and keep operating
1
warn and RAMP to stop
2
warn and COAST to stop
10-03 PG Feedback Fault Detection Time
Factory setting
0
Factory setting
0.10
Settings 0.00~10.00 sec
This parameter sets the amount of time to the PG feedback signal may be in error.
The feedback signal is in error if it outside the Slip Range (Pr.10-05) or if is over the Stall
Level (Pr.10-06).
Once either of the errors are met, the drive will begin to accumulate
time. If the feedback signal continues to be in error at the end of the Detection Time
period(Pr.10-03) the drive will display a PGerr.
10-04 PG Feedback Filter Time
Settings
a Factory setting
0.003
0.001~1.000 sec
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This parameter determines the PG feedback filter time for the AC drive to process the
motor’s rotation speed.
10-05 PG Slip Range
Factory setting
10.0
Settings 0.0~50.0%
This parameter determines the maximum slip range (deviation) for the PG feedback signal.
The slip range is calculated as follows (Pr. 10-05 x Pr. 01-00 = slip frequency). The slip
frequency value is than added to and subtracted from the “command frequency” to give a
“slip range”. If the encoder feedback gives a value outside this range, a PGerr will occur.
10-06 PG Stall Level (overspeed protection)
Factory setting
110.0
Settings 0.0~115.0%
This parameter determines the maximum PG feedback signal allowed before a fault will
occur.
The stall level is calculated as follows (Pr. 10-06 x Pr. 01-00 = maximum feedback
frequency). If the feedback signal is higher than this value, a PGerr will our.
10-07 PG Electrical Gear A
Settings
Factory setting
100
Factory setting
100
1~5000
10-08 PG Electrical Gear B
Settings 1~5000
These parameters are used when multiple feedback signals are used. One feedback
signal will trim the other. The actual output frequency will be based on the following
equation.
Output frequency = [PG frequency/PG point (Pr. 10-00)] * PG Electrical Gear A/ PG Electrical
Gear B.
10-09 PG Position Control Point (Home)
Settings
0
Factory setting
10
0~20000
10-10 Range for PG Position Attained (Home range)
Settings
Factory setting
0~20000
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Frequency
Command +
Speed
Detection
Output
Frequency
P
05-21
Frequency
switch
between
ASR1,2
05-25
10-04
PG
Feedback
Filter
Time
PG Slip
Range
+
05-23
-
10-05
+
I
05-22
05-24
10-06
01-10
PG Stall
Level
Upper
bound
frequency
Motor
Vector
Control
10-07
10-08
10-00 10-01
05-05 05-15
PG
PG Pulses,
Numbers of poles
for Motor
Electrical
Gear
Speed Control Diagram
These parameters are used for the positioning feature inside our AC Drive.
The “PG Position Control Point” is the HOME position for the AC Drive. At zero speed the
drive will always stop at this point.
The “Range for PG Position Attained” is used for the Multi Function Output terminals.
When the encoder is near the control point, (within a range set by this parameter), a multi
function terminal will be enabled. The actual range = 2 x Pr.10-10.
If Pr.10-10 is set to
20, then the range is 40 pulses (or 20pulses on either side of the Control Point).
10-11 PG Encoder input Filter Time
a Factory setting
0.003
Settings 0.001~1.000 second
This parameter sets the filter time for the PG input. A larger time helps with noise but
slows the response time of the drive to PG pulse changes.
10-12 PG04 encoder input selection (channel 2)
a Factory setting
0
Phase A leads in a forward run command and phase B leads in a
reverse run command. (rising/falling edge trigger)
Settings
0
FWD
REV
A
B
Phase B leads in a forward run command and phase A leads in a
reverse run command. (rising/falling edge trigger)
1
FWD
REV
A
B
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Phase A is a forward run pulse, then phase B is High.
Phase B is a reverse run pulse, then phase A is High.
FWD
2
REV
A
B
Phase B is a forward run pulse, then phase A is High.
Phase A is a reverse run pulse, then phase B is High.
FWD
3
REV
A
B
Phase A is a pulse input, phase B is a direction input,
(low = reverse , high = forward)
FWD
4
5
REV
A
B
Phase A is a pulse input, phase B is direction input.
(low = forward, high = reverse)
FWD
5
REV
A
B
This parameter is used to define the encoder input type on channel 2 of the PG04/05.
♦ Position Control Parameter
10-13 Proportional (P) Gain
Settings
Factory setting
50.0
a
Factory setting
0.050
a
Factory setting
0.05
a
Factory setting
5.00
a
Factory setting
50
0.0~500.0%
10-14 Integral (I) Time
Settings
a
0.000~100.000 Sec
0.000: no integral
10-15 Differential (D) Time
Settings
0.00~1.00 Sec
10-16 Orient Speed
Settings
0.00~400.00 Hz
10-17 Creep point
Settings
0~20000
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10-18 Loop Speed
Settings
a
Factory setting
1.00
a
Factory setting
10
a
Factory setting
1
0.00~400.00 Hz
10-19 Loop Point
Settings
0~20000
10-20 Division (scaling) factor for PG04/05
Settings
1~128
Parameter 10-20 is used when the drive must follow a second encoder for speed reference.
The main encoder (A) is a factor of the second encoder (B) as follows.
If Pr.10-20 is set to 1, then the feedback from both encoders are 1:1, (1 pulse on encoder A
= one pulse on encoder B). If encoder A is 1 pulse for every 100 pulses on encoder B,
then Pr. 10-20 should be set at 100.
Drawing for position control.
The origin(z phase)
10-16
10-09
Orient Speed
PG Location Control Point
10-19
Loop Point
10-17
Creep point
10-18
Loop Speed
Position control timing:
speed of 10-18
10-17 Creep point
Speed of 10-16
Master speed
10-19
Loop Point
10-09
PG Location
Control Point
Speed 0
Fwd/Rev
Location control
(Multi-function input)
Location achieve
(Multi-function output
02-01~02-06 set 30
02-11~02-14 set 31
10-21 Feed Forward
Settings
a Factory setting 5.0
0.0~100.0%
10-22 Position Control Speed Gain
Settings
a Factory setting 90.0
0.0~100.0%
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There are speed LOOP and position LOOP in position mode. This parameter is used to
adjust gain of speed LOOP (FX 10-22).
10-23 PG Position Attained 2
a Factory setting 0
Settings 0~20000
It is used to set the range of position attained in P2P mode.
10-24 P2P Acceleration Time
Settings
a Factory setting 0.1
0.00~100.00 s
10-25 P2P Deceleration Time
Settings
a Factory setting 0.1
0.00~100.00 s
10-26 Delay Time for Position Command
Settings
a Factory setting 0.1
0.00~100.00 s
10-27 Position Control P Gain 2
Settings
a Factory setting 50.0
0.0~1500.0%(05-25 switch)
10-28 Position Control Integral (I) Time 2
Settings
a Factory setting 0.050
0.001~10.000 s
0.000: no integral(0.5-25 switch)
10-29 Selection of P2P Control Mode
Settings 0: relative P2P
1: absolute P2P
a Factory setting
0
It is used to position control of point to point. There are two modes (relative and absolute)
for selection.
10-30 Direction Command of Absolute P2P
Settings 0~255 (10-33~40)
a Factory setting
0
It is used to set the direction in absolute P2P mode. (the direction is determined by main
control command in relative P2P mode)
10-31 FWD Limit of Absolute P2P
Settings 0: No Limit
a Factory setting
1~60000
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10-32 REV Limit of Absolute P2P
Settings 0: No Limit
a Factory setting
0
1~60000
10-31 and 10-32 are protective parameters. When the settings of 02-01~02-06 /
02-23~02-30 are set to d42 P2P FWD Limit/d 43 REV Limit and it is ON, AC drive will free
stop when it is over the limit.
10-33 P2P Command 0
Settings 0~50000 (in position control 2 mode)
a Factory setting
0
10-34 P2P Command 1
Settings 0~50000 (in position control 2 mode)
a Factory setting
0
10-35 P2P Command 2
Settings 0~50000 (in position control 2 mode)
a Factory setting
0
10-36 P2P Command 3
Settings 0~50000 (in position control 2 mode)
a Factory setting
0
10-37 P2P Command 4
Settings 0~50000 (in position control 2 mode)
a Factory setting
0
10-38 P2P Command 5
Settings 0~50000 (in position control 2 mode)
a Factory setting
0
10-40 P2P Command 7
Settings 0~50000 (in position control 2 mode)
a Factory setting
0
10-41 P2P Pulse
a Factory setting
1
a Factory setting
1
Settings
1~20000 (*4 for 10-00)
10-42 P2P mm
Settings 1~20000
The distance that each pulse moves (mm) should use with 10-33~10-40 (8-point P2P
command) for application.
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CHAPTER 6 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTIONS
Modern AC drives are based on solid state electronics technology, preventive maintenance is
required to operate this AC drive in its optimal condition, and to ensure a long life. It is
recommended to perform a monthly check up of the AC drive by a qualified technician.
Before the check up, always turn off the AC Input Power to the unit. Wait at least 10
minutes after all display lamps have gone out, and then confirm that the capacitors
have fully discharged by measuring the voltage between B1 and Ground using a multi
meter set to measure DC.
Periodic Inspection:
Basic check up items to detect if there were any abnormality during the operation.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Whether the motors are operating as expected.
Whether the installation environment is abnormal.
Whether the cooling system is operating as expected.
Whether any irregular vibration or sound occurred during the operation.
Whether the motors are overheated during the operation.
Always check the input voltage of the AC drive with Voltmeter.
Periodic Maintenance
!
1.
WARNING! Disconnecting AC power before processing!
Tighten and reinforce the screws of the AC drive if necessary because they might loose
due to the vibration or temperature changes.
2.
Whether the conductors or insulators were corroded and damaged.
3.
Check the resistance of the insulation with Mega-ohm meters.
4.
Often check and change the capacitors and relays.
5.
If use of the AC drive is discontinued for a long period of time, turn the power on at least
once every two years and confirm that it still functions properly. To confirm functionality,
disconnect the motor and energize the AC drive for 5 hours or more before attempting to
run a motor with it.
6.
Clean off any dust and dirt with a vacuum cleaner. Place special emphasis on cleaning
the ventilation ports and PCBs.
Always keep these areas clean, as accumulation of dust
and dirt can cause unforeseen failures.
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CHAPTER 7 ERROR MESSAGE AND TROUBLESHOOTING
The AC drive has a comprehensive fault diagnostic system that includes various alarms and
fault messages such as over-voltage, low-voltage and over-current. Once a fault is detected,
the corresponding protective functions will be activated, and the AC drive will stop the output
and the motor will then coast to stop. The following faults are displayed as shown on the AC
drive digital keypad panel. Once the fault occurred, eliminate it first, and then press the
RESET button after 5 seconds to reactivate the operation.
Problems and Solutions
Code Displayed
Error Explanations
OC: output current of the
AC drive exceeds the OC
level
OV: DC voltage of the main
circuit exceeds the
over-voltage detection level
230 V Series: about 400V
460 V Series: about 800V
OH1: radiation base
over-heat
Temperature of the cooling
fan of the transistor module
exceeds the allowable
value
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Treatments
Extend the accel/decel time
Check whether the motor rating and
the AC drive rating match up with
each other
Check whether there is short-circuit
among U-V-W of the AC drive
Check whether the wiring to the
motor is short-circuited or grounded
Check whether the screw between
the AC drive and the motor is
tightened or not
Check whether the motor is over
loaded
Check whether the input voltage is
within the scope of the rated input
voltage of the AC drive, and monitor
whether there is any occurrence of
the voltage transients
If it is of the motor inertia uprising
voltage that caused the exceeding
voltage on the DC high-voltage side
within the AC drive, the solution is to
extend the accel/decel time or install
the braking resistor (optional)
Check whether the fan is functioning
right and whether its ambient
temperature is within the rated
temperature
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Code Displayed
Error Explanations
Treatments
OL: AC drive overload
Output current exceeds the
AC drive-bearable current;
e.g. could sustain for 60
seconds if the output is
150% of the AC drive rated
current.
OL1: motor overload
Internal electronic thermal
relay protections
Decrease the loading and extend
the acceleration time
Check whether the motor is
overloaded
Decrease the (Pr. 07-02) torque
level-up setting
Increase the AC drive output
capacity
Decrease the loading
Check whether the motor is
overloaded
Check whether the rated current
value of the motor (Pr. 07-00) is
appropriate
Check the electronic thermal relay’s
function setup
Increase the motor capacity
Check whether the loading of the
motor is too great
Check the setting of the
over-torque detection level
(Pr. 06-03 ~ 06-05)
OL2: motor overload
Motor with exceedingly
great loading
External EF terminal
closed, and the AC drive
would stop the output
Eliminate the fault source and then
press the RESET button
Fault occurred within the
protection circuit of the
controller
Check every appliance that connects
to the AC drive
Return to the factory
Over-current during accel
Check whether the screw between
the AC drive and the motor is
tightened or not
Check whether the U-V-W output
connection cord is of poor insulation
Increase the decel time
Decrease the (Pr. 07-02) torque
level-up setting
Replace with the AC drive that
possesses greater output capacity
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Code Displayed
Error Explanations
Over-current during decel
Treatments
Check whether the output wiring is of
poor insulation
Extend the decel time
Replace with the AC drive that
possesses greater output capacity
Check whether the output wiring is of
poor insulation
Check whether the motor is blocked
during operation
Replace with the AC drive that
possesses greater output capacity
Over-current during
operation
Grounding circuit
protections. This
message is displayed when
the AC drive detects that
the output terminal is
grounded and that the
grounding current exceeds
50% of the AC drive’s rated
current. Note: This is a
protection towards the AC
drive rather than the
personnel.
Check whether the connection to
the motor is short circuited or
grounded
Check whether the IGBT power
module is functioning right
Check whether the wiring on the
output side is of poor insulation
PG with a broken cord
Check the PG connection and
whether the motor is blocked
Check whether the input power
voltage is normal
DC high-voltage side is
exceedingly low within the
AC drive
IC data WRITE fault within
the interior memory
Check whether the loading will be
put on another unexpected heavy
loading
Whether the 3-phase model is of
the single-phase power input or the
phase-lacking
Return to the factory
Press the RESET button to reset
the parameter to the factory setting
IC data READ fault within
the interior memory
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Return to the factory if the previous
method is not working
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Code Displayed
Error Explanations
AC drive’s detection circuit
fault
When this function is set for
the external multi-function
input terminals (MI1~MI6),
the AC drive will stop the
output
SC: loading with short
circuit
Output side of the AC drive
is short circuited
Treatments
Return to the factory
After the signal source is
eliminated, “bb” disappeared
immediately
Check whether the motor’s
resistance and insulation are
functioning right
Return to the factory
Braking transistor fault
Braking transistor
over-heat
Check the fan and the ambient
temperature
Review the braking time and the
braking resistor’s rate of usage
Broken fuse
Check whether the fuse of the
transistor module is functioning
right
The transistor module of
the main circuit is broken
A fused DC circuit fuse
Check whether the loading side is
short circuited or grounded
The A/D1 changer within
the CPU is defected
Replace the controller or the
current sensor
The A/D2 changer within
the CPU is defected
Replace the controller or the
current sensor
Check the PID feedback wiring
PID motion error
Check whether the setting of the
parameter is appropriate
ACI with a broken cord
Check the wiring of ACI
Current message error
while the drive is stopped
Return to the factory
7-4
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Code Displayed
Error Explanations
R1 setting error
Treatments
Re-do the setting or execute the
Tuning function
Check whether the fan is blocked
Fan fault
Return to the factory
Power input phase-lacking
Phase-lacking within the
input power of the AC drive
Three imbalanced
conditions existed within
the input voltage
Check whether the power voltage
is normal
Check whether the screw at the
input power terminal is tightened
Other faults
Reserved
The motor parameter
-Tuning- failed
Re-check the wiring and reset the
parameter
Check whether the communication
signal is counter-connected (RJ11)
Communication error
Check whether the communication
form is correct
Upper and lower legs of
PWM are of the same LOW
level
Return to the factory
KEYPAD communication
overtime
Check whether the communication
circuit is well-conducted
RS485 communication
overtime
Check whether the communication
circuit is well-conducted
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CHAPTER 8 PARAMETER SUMMARY
Group 0: System Parameter
Parameters
a
Settings
00-00
Identity Code
00-01
Rated Current Display Based on the model type
00-02
a
Functions
00-03
00-04
Based on the model type
10: Parameter reset (for 60Hz
input)
9: Parameter reset (for 50Hz input)
Parameter Reset
bit 0=1: Parameters are read only
bit 1=1: Disable Frequency and
Torque Command changes.
bit 2=1: Keypad disable
0: F (Master frequency command)
1: H (Output frequency)
Star-up Display of the
2: U (multi-function display of
Drive
00-04)
3: Output current
0: output voltage
1: DC-BUS voltage
2: voltage command
3: multi-step speed
4: Speed command for the Process
Control Operation step
5: Time remaining for the Process
Control Operation step
6: Remaining number of times for
the “restart after fault” feature
7: counter value
8: torque loading
9: power factor ±1.000
Definitions of the
10: Power factor angle (0~180
Multi-Function
degrees)
Display
11: Output power (Kw)
12: Output power (Kva)
13: Motor speed (rpm)
14: IGBT module temperature
15: Braking resistor temperature
16: Digital terminal input status
17: PID output command
18: PID feedback value
19: the q axis voltage (V/F and
vector)
20: the d axis voltage (Vector only)
21: Magnetic flux
22: Overload accumulated time
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Factory
Customer
Setting
Read
Only
Read
Only
0
0
8
0
VFD-V Series
Parameters
00-04
Functions
Definitions of the
Multi-Function
Display
Settings
23: Electronic thermal relay
accumulated time
24: Execution time of the multi-step
speed
25: quiescence stage
26: over-torque accumulated time
27: DC braking time
28: compensated voltage
29: Slip compensation frequency
30: Running number of Encoder
(Channel 1)
31: PG position (position control)
32: Remaining pulses to reach
position control (home position)
33: DC voltage upon a fault
34: The output AC voltage upon a
fault
35: The output frequency upon a
fault
36: The current value upon a fault
37: the frequency command upon a
fault
38: day (power-up time)
39: hour, minute
40: The upper bound frequency
value
41: Over-torque level
42: Stall level limitation
43: Torque compensation gain
44: torque limit (Pr. 06-12)
45: the q axis current (V/F and
vector)
46: Frequency of Encoder (Channel
1)
49: PID error value
51: AVI input voltage
52: ACI input current
53: AUI input voltage
55: Auxiliary frequency value
60: Input state of digital terminals
61: Output state of digital terminals
84: Input frequency of pulse
(Channel 2)
85: Input position of pulse (Channel
2)
86: OL3 timer
8-2
Factory
Customer
Setting
0
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Parameters
Functions
00-05
User-Defined
Coefficient Setting
00-06
Software Version
a
00-07
Password Input
a
00-08
Password Setting
a
Settings
4 digit: 0-3: the number of the
decimal places
3-0 digit: 40~9999
Read-only
0~9999
Factory
Customer
Setting
0
0
0~9999
a
00- 09
00-10
00-11
0
Bit0=0: Frequency via the up/down
keys
Bit0=1: Frequency command
enabled after pressing the
data/prog key
Bit1=0: PU05&RS485 frequency
memorized
Bit1=1: PU05&RS485 frequency
Frequency and the
not memorized
Operation Method of Bit2=0: Up/down pin frequency
PU05
memorized
Bit2=1: Up/down pin frequency not
memorized
Bit3=0: FWD/REV direction
memorized
Bit3=1: FWD/REV direction not
memorized
Bit4=0: Parameter memorized
Bit4=1: Parameter not memorized
0: V/F Control
1: V/F Control + PG
2: Vector Control (open loop)
Control Methods
3: Vector Control + PG (closed
loop)
4: Torque Control
5: Torque Control + PG
0: Follow Pr. 01-00 to 01-08
Settings
1: Follow Pr. 01-00 to 01-08
Forward Reverse
Settings
transition in V/F mode 2: V/F1.5 power curve (Do not skip
the start-up frequency)
3: V/F1.5 power curve (skip)
4: 2 power curve (do not skip)
5: 2 power curve (skip)
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0
0
0
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Parameters
a
00-12
a
00-13
00-14
a
00-15
a
00-16
a
00-17
a
00-18
a
00-19
Functions
Settings
0: OL (100%) constant torque
operation
1: OL (125%) variable torque
operation
0: Linear acceleration/deceleration
1: Auto acceleration, linear
deceleration
2: Linear acceleration, auto
deceleration
Optimal Acceleration
3: Auto acceleration/deceleration
/Deceleration Setting
4: Linear acceleration/deceleration,
but conduct the stall prevention
throughout the auto
acceleration/deceleration
function.
Time Unit for
Acceleration
0: unit: 0.01 sec
/Deceleration and S 1: unit: 0.1 sec
Curve
Carrier Frequency
0: soft pwm
Upper Bound
1~15KHz
Carrier Frequency
1-15KHz (disabled during soft
Lower Bound
PWM)
Center Frequency of 1~7KHz
Soft pwm
0: AVR function enabled
Auto Voltage
1: AVR function disabled
Regulation (AVR)
2: AVR function disabled during
Function
deceleration
Constant Torque
Operation Selection
Automatic
Energy-Saving
Operation
BIT0=0: Disable automatic
energy-saving operation
BIT0=1: Enable automatic
energy-saving operation
BIT1=0: Maximum output voltage
equals to the input power voltage
BIT1=1: Maximum output voltage
could be greater than the input
power voltage (over-modulation
available)
8-4
Factory
Customer
Setting
0
0
0
15
10
3
0
00010
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Parameters
Functions
Settings
0: The digital keypad
1: The RS485 communication input
2: The external analog input
3: The external up/down pins
Source of the
(multi-function input terminal)
Frequency Command 4: The pg (encoder) input or clock
5: The RS485 and PU05 at the
same time (dual source)
6: The clock and direction (set by
10-12)
0: The RS485 communication
Source of the
1: The external terminal operation
Operation Command
(2 wire or three wire)
2: The digital keypad operation
a
00-20
a
00-21
a
00-22
Stop Methods
00-23
Reverse Operation
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0: Ramp to stop
1: Coast to stop
0: REV enabled
1: REV disabled
2: FWD disabled
8-5
Factory
Customer
Setting
0
0
0
0
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Group 1: Basic Parameter
Parameters
01-00
Functions
Settings
Maximum Operation Frequency
50.0~400.00Hz
Factory
Customer
Setting
60.00/
50.00
60.00/
50.00
220.0*
01-02
Maximum Voltage Frequency (Base
Frequency)
Maximum Output Voltage
0.0~255.0*V
01-03
Upper Midpoint Output Frequency
0.00~400.00Hz
0.50
01-04
Upper Midpoint Output Voltage
0.0~255.0*V
5.0*
01-05
Lower Midpoint Output Frequency
0.00~400.00Hz
0.50
01-06
Lower Midpoint Output Voltage
0.0~255.0*V
5.0*
01-07
Minimum Output Frequency
0.00~400.00Hz
0.00
01-08
Minimum Output Voltage
0.0~255.0*V
0.0*
a
01-09
Startup Frequency
0.00~400.00Hz
0.50
a
01-10
Upper Bound Frequency
0.0~110.0%
100.0
a
01-11
Lower Bound Frequency
0.0~100.0%
0.0
a
01-12
The 1st Acceleration Time
0.00~600.00
/0.0~6000.0 Sec
10.00/
60.00
a
01-13
The 1st Deceleration Time
0.00~600.00
/0.0~6000.0 Sec
10.00/
60.00
a
01-14
The 2nd Acceleration Time
0.00~600.00
/0.0~6000.0 Sec
10.00/
60.00
a
01-15
The 2nd Deceleration Time
0.00~600.00
/0.0~6000.0 Sec
10.00/
60.00
a
01-16
The 3rd Acceleration Time
0.00~600.00
/0.0~6000.0 Sec
10.00/
60.00
a
01-17
The 3rd Deceleration Time
0.00~600.00
/0.0~6000.0 Sec
10.00/
60.00
a
01-18
The 4th Acceleration Time
10.00/
60.00
a
01-19
The 4th Deceleration Time
a
01-20
JOG Acceleration Time
0.00~600.00
/0.0~6000.0 Sec
0.00~600.00
/0.0~6000.0 Sec
0.00~600.00
a
01-21
JOG Deceleration Time
01-01
8-6
0.00~400.00Hz
10.00/
60.00
/0.0~6000.0 Sec
10.00/
60.00
0.00~600.00
/0.0~6000.0 Sec
10.00/
60.00
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Parameters
a
01-22
a
01-23
a
01-24
a
01-25
a
01-26
a
Functions
Settings
JOG Frequency
01-27
1st/4th Acceleration/Deceleration
Frequency
S-Curve for Acceleration Departure
Time
S-Curve for Acceleration Arrival Time
S-Curve for Deceleration Departure
Time
S-Curve for Deceleration Arrival Time
01-28
0.00 Hz ~
400.00Hz
0.00 Hz ~
400.00Hz
Factory
Customer
Setting
6.00
0.00
0.00~250.0 Sec
0.00
0.00~250.0 Sec
0.00
0.00~250.0 Sec
0.00
0.00~250.0 Sec
0.00
Skip Frequency 1 (upper limit)
0.00~400.00Hz
0.00
01-29
Skip Frequency 1 (lower limit)
0.00~400.00Hz
0.00
01-30
Skip Frequency 2 (upper limit)
0.00~400.00Hz
0.00
01-31
Skip Frequency 2 (lower limit)
0.00~400.00Hz
0.00
01-32
Skip Frequency 3 (upper limit)
0.00~400.00Hz
0.00
01-33
Skip Frequency 3 (lower limit)
0.00~400.00Hz
0.00
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Group 2: Digital Output/Input Parameter
Parameters
Functions
02-00
2-Wire/3-Wire
Operation Control
02-01
Multi-Function Input
Command 1 (MI1)
02-02
Multi-Function Input
Command 2 (MI2)
02-03
Multi-Function Input
Command 3 (MI3)
02-04
Multi-Function Input
Command 4 (MI4)
02-05
Multi-Function Input
Command 5 (MI5)
Settings
0: FWD/STOP, REV/STOP
1: FWD/STOP, REV/STOP (Line
Start Lockout)
2: RUN/STOP, REV/FWD
3: RUN/STOP, REV/FWD (Line
Start Lockout)
4: 3-wire (momentary push
button)
5: 3-wire (momentary push
button and Line Start
Lockout)
0: no function
1: multi-step speed command 1
2: multi-step speed command 2
3: multi-step speed command 3
4: multi-step speed command 4
5: Reset
6: JOG command
7: acceleration/deceleration
speed inhibit
8: the 1st, 2nd
acceleration/deceleration
time selection
9: the 3rd, 4th
acceleration/deceleration
time selection
10: EF input
11: disable vector(stop)
12: B.B. traces from the bottom
upward
13: B.B. traces from the top
downward
14: cancel the setting of the
optimal
acceleration/deceleration
time
15: switch between drive
settings 1 and 2
16: operation speed command
form AVI
8-8
Factory
Customer
Setting
0
1
2
3
4
5
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Parameters
Functions
02-06
Multi-Function Input
Command 6 (MI6)
02-23
Multi-Function Input
Command 7
02-24
Multi-Function Input
Command 8
02-25
Multi-Function Input
Command 9
02-26
Multi-Function Input
Command 10
02-27
Multi-Function Input
Command 11
02-28
Multi-Function Input
Command 12
02-29
Multi-Function Input
Command 13
02-30
Multi-Function Input
Command 14
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17: operation speed command
from ACI
18: operation speed command
from AUI
19: Emergency Stop
20: Digital Up command
21: Digital Down command
22: auto procedural operation
function disabled
23: auto procedural operation
suspended
24: PID function disabled
25: clear counter
26: input the counter value
(multi-function input
command 6)
27: FWD JOG command
28: REV JOG command
29: braking module breakdown
30: position control
31: no PG control
32: torque/speed switch
33: no EEPROM write
34: DC current control
35: 04-35,04-36 disable
36: Position control 2 (PG2
input)
37: dwell function disable
38: PAUSE STOP
39: P2P position control
40: P2P Hold
41: FWD Home Search
42: P2P FWD Limit
43: P2P REV Limit
44: REV Home Search
8-9
Factory
Customer
Setting
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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Parameters
a
02-07
a
02-08
a
02-09
a
02-10
a
02-11
a
02-12
Functions
UP/DOWN key mode
Settings
Bit 0=0: UP/DOWM following
the acceleration/deceleration
time
Bit 0=1: UP following the
constant speed, and DOWN
following the deceleration
time
Bit 1=0: UP following the
acceleration time, and
DOWN following the constant
speed
Bit 1=1: UP/DOWN following the
constant speed
Factory
Customer
Setting
0
The Acceleration
/Deceleration Speed of
0.01~1.00Hz/msec
0.01
the UP/DOWN Key with
Constant Speed
Digital Input
0.001~30.000 Sec
0.005
Responding Time
Digital Input Operation 0~65535
0
Direction
Bit 0~7=1 high active
1: AC drive running
2: operation speed attained 1
(both directions)
3: operation speed attained 2
(both directions)
4: pre-set speed attained 1 (both
Multi-Function Output 1
0
directions)
RA, RB, RC (Relay 1)
5: pre-set speed attained 2
(forward only)
6: pre-set speed attained 1 (both
directions)
7: pre-set speed attained 2
(forward direction)
10: zero speed
11: over-torque(oL2)
12: base block (Pause)
13: drive ready for use
Multi-Function Output 2
0
14: low voltage alarm (LV)
MRA, MRC (Relay 2)
15: error indication
16: drive operation mode
17: PCO Run
18: PCO suspended
8-10
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Parameters
a
02-13
a
02-14
a
02-15
a
02-16
a
02-17
a
02-18
a
02-19
a
02-20
a
02-21
Functions
Settings
19: 1st step of PCO completed
20: PCO completed
21: pre-set counter value
attained
22: desired counter value
attained
Multi-Function Output 3
23: heat sink overheat warning
MO1
24: operation frequency attained
1 (both directions)
25: operation frequency attained
2 (both directions)
26: pre-set frequency attained 1
(both directions)
27: pre-set frequency attained 2
(forward only)
28: pre-set frequency attained 1
(both directions)
29: pre-set frequency attained 2
(forward only)
30: software braking output
31: position achieved
32~47: PCO step indication
Multi-Function Output 4
48~63: multi-step indication
(MO2)
64: PG Fault
65: PG Stall
69: over-torque(oL3)
70: Zero speed (STOP)
71: Position synchronization 1
(10-10)
72: Position synchronization 2
(10-23)
0: no functions
Multi-Function Output
0~15 (1 high)
Direction
Counter Values
0~65500
Achieve the Pre-Set
Values
Designated Counter
0~65500
Value Achieved
Digital Output Gain
1~40
Pre-set Arrival
0.00~400.00HZ
Frequency 1
Pre-set Arrival
0.00~400.00HZ
Frequency 1 Width
Pre-set Arrival
0.00~400.00HZ
Frequency 2
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Factory
Customer
Setting
0
8
0
0
0
0
1
60.00/
50.00
2.00
60.00/
50.00
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Parameters
a
02-22
Functions
Pre-set Arrival
Frequency 2 Width
Settings
0.00~400.00HZ
8-12
Factory
Customer
Setting
2.00
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Group 3: Analog Output/Input Parameter
Parameters Functions
a
03-00
a
03-01
a
03-02
a
03-03
a
03-04
a
03-05
a
03-06
a
03-07
Settings
0: no functions
1: frequency/torque command
Analog Input 1 (AVI)
2: torque limitations
3: acceleration/deceleration time
gain
4: upper bound frequency
5: over-torque current level
Analog Input 2 (ACI)
6: torque compensation gain
7: over-current stall prevention
level during operation
8: torque compensation(Vector)
9: AVI auxiliary frequency
(multiplication by the ratio of AVI)
10: ACI auxiliary frequency
(multiplication by the ratio of ACI)
Analog Input 3 (AUI)
11: AUI auxiliary frequency
(multiplication by the ratio of AUI)
12: PID offset
13: Auxiliary frequency of master
frequency
(AVI) Analog Input Bias 1 -10.00~10.00V
(ACI) Analog Input Bias
0.00~20.00mA
2
(AUI) Analog Input Bias
-10.00~10.00V
3
0: zero bias
1: value lower than bias = bias
2: value greater than bias = bias
(AVI) Positive/Negative 3: the absolute value of the bias
Bias Mode
voltage while serving as the
center
0: zero bias
1: value lower than bias = bias
(ACI) Positive/Negative 2: value greater than bias = bias
Bias Mode
3: the absolute value of the bias
voltage while serving as the
center
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Factory
Customer
Setting
1
0
0
8
0.00
4.00
0.00
0
1
VFD-V Series
Parameters Functions
a
03-08
a
03-09
a
03-10
a
03-11
a
03-12
a
03-13
a
03-14
a
03-15
Factory
Customer
Setting
Settings
0: zero bias
1: value lower than bias = bias
(AUI) Positive/Negative 2: value greater than bias = bias
Bias Mode
3: the absolute value of the bias
voltage while serving as the
center
Analog Input 1 Gain
-500.0~+500.0%
(AVI)
Analog Input 2 Gain
-500.0~+500.0%
(ACI)
Analog Input 3 Gain
-500.0~+500.0%
(AUI)
0: disable addition function (AVI,
Addition Function of the
ACI, AUI)
Analog Inputs
1: enable addition function
Analog Input Noise Filter 0.00~2.00 Sec
0: disabled
1: continue operation at last
Loss of the ACI signal
known frequency
2: decelerate to a stop
3: stop immediately and display
E.F.
0: output frequency
1: command frequency
2: speed
3: current
4: output voltage
5: DC BUS voltage
Analog Output Selection 6: power factor
7: power
8: torque
9: AVI
10: ACI
11: AUI
12: torque current command
8-14
0
100.0
125.0
100.0
0
0.10
0
0
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a
03-15
a
03-16
a
03-17
a
03-18
Settings
Factory
Customer
Setting
13: torque current estimation
14: exciting magnet current
command
15: magnetic flux current
16: q-axis voltage command
17: d-axis voltage command
18: vector-controlled error
Analog Output Selection
0
measures
19: vector-controlled PID overall
measures
20: PID error measures
21: PID total measures
22: torque command
23: pg frequency
24: voltage command
Analog Output Gain
-900.0~900.0%
100.0
Analog Output Bias
-10.00~10.00V
0.00
Voltage
0: absolute value in REV
direction
Analog Output Value in
1: output 0V in REV direction
0
REV Direction
2: output negative voltage in REV
direction
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Group 4: Multi-Step Speed and Process Control Operation (PCO) Parameter
Parameters
a
a
04-00
04-01
Functions
The 1st Step Speed
Settings
0.00~400.00Hz
Factory
Customer
Setting
0.00
nd
0.00~400.00Hz
0.00
rd
The 2 Step Speed
a
04-02
The 3 Step Speed
0.00~400.00Hz
0.00
a
04-03
The 4th Step Speed
a
a
a
04-04
04-05
04-06
0.00~400.00Hz
0.00
th
0.00~400.00Hz
0.00
th
0.00~400.00Hz
0.00
th
0.00~400.00Hz
0.00
th
The 5 Step Speed
The 6 Step Speed
The 7 Step Speed
a
04-07
The 8 Step Speed
0.00~400.00Hz
0.00
a
04-08
The 9th Step Speed
a
a
a
04-09
04-10
04-11
0.00~400.00Hz
0.00
th
0.00~400.00Hz
0.00
th
0.00~400.00Hz
0.00
th
0.00~400.00Hz
0.00
th
The 10 Step Speed
The 11 Step Speed
The 12 Step Speed
a
04-12
The 13 Step Speed
0.00~400.00Hz
0.00
a
04-13
The 14th Step Speed
0.00~400.00Hz
0.00
a
04-14
th
0.00~400.00Hz
0.00
0.0~65500 Sec
0.0
04-16
The 15 Step Speed
Time Duration of the PCO
Master Speed
Time Duration of PCO Step 1
0.0~65500 Sec
0.0
04-17
Time Duration of PCO Step 2
0.0~65500 Sec
0.0
04-18
Time Duration of PCO Step 3
0.0~65500 Sec
0.0
04-19
Time Duration of PCO Step 4
0.0~65500 Sec
0.0
04-20
Time Duration of PCO Step 5
0.0~65500 Sec
0.0
04-21
Time Duration of PCO Step 6
0.0~65500 Sec
0.0
04-22
Time Duration of PCO Step 7
0.0~65500 Sec
0.0
04-23
Time Duration of PCO Step 8
0.0~65500 Sec
0.0
04-24
Time Duration of PCO Step 9
0.0~65500 Sec
0.0
04-25
Time Duration of PCO Step 10
0.0~65500 Sec
0.0
04-26
Time Duration of PCO Step 11
0.0~65500 Sec
0.0
04-27
Time Duration of PCO Step 12
0.0~65500 Sec
0.0
04-28
Time Duration of PCO Step 13
0.0~65500 Sec
0.0
04-29
Time Duration of PCO Step 14
0.0~65500 Sec
0.0
04-30
Time Duration of PCO Step 15
0.0~65500 Sec
0.0
04-31
The PCO Time Multiplier
1~10
10
04-15
8-16
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Parameters
04-32
04-33
04-34
Functions
Settings
0~32767 (0: FWD; 1:
REV)
bit0=0: direction
determined by Pr. 04-32
bit0=1: direction
determined by the master
speed control
Bit1=0: continuously
execute the process
control operation
Bit1=1: execute only one
process control operation
cycle
Process Control Operation Mode Bit2=0: zero speed
intervals disabled
Bit2=1: zero speed
intervals enabled
Bit3=0: operate at zero
speed upon time
extension
Bit3=1: operate at a
constant speed upon
time extension
Bit4=0: PCO disabled
Bit4=1: PCO enabled
bit0=0: direction
determined by 04-32
bit0=1: direction
determined by the master
speed
Bit1=0: continuously
Multi-Step Speed Operation
execute multi-step speed
Mode
Bit1=1: execute
multi-step speed based
on time (Pr. 4-15 to 4-30)
Bit2=0: zero speed
intervals disabled
Bit2=1: zero speed
intervals enabled
The PCO Operation Direction
Factory
Customer
Setting
0
0
8
0
04-35
Disable Skip frequency width
0.00~400.00Hz
0.00
04-36
Interfere jump width
0.00~400.00Hz
0.00
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VFD-V Series
Group 5: Motor Parameter
Parameters
05-00
0: no function
1: measures (R1, R2, Lm, Lc,
no-load current)
2: measures (R1, R2, Lc)
3: measures (R1, R2, Lc, Lm,
calculated by the motor’s
no-load current)
05-08
05-09
LC of Motor 1
05-10
Iron Loss of Motor 1
0.0~10.0%
Full-Load Current of Motor
****A (30~120%)
2
05-02
a
05-03
a
05-04
05-05
05-06
05-07
05-11
05-12
MH
Factory
Customer
Setting
0
A xx.x
A xx.x
0.0
0.0
4
Xx
Xx
Xx
Xx
No-Load Current of Motor 2 XXXA(5~90%)
1.5
A xx.x
A xx.x
05-18
Torque Compensation of
0.0~25.0%
Motor 2
Slip Compensation of Motor
0.0~10.0%
2
Number of Poles for Motor
2~20
2
Line to Line resistance R1
mΩ
of Motor 2
Rotor resistance R2 of
mΩ
Motor 2
LM of Motor 2
MH
05-19
LC of Motor 2
MH
Xx
05-20
Iron Loss of Motor 2
0.0~10.0%
1.5
a
05-13
a
05-14
05-15
05-16
05-17
a
Motor Auto Tuning
Settings
Full-Load Current of Motor
****A(30~120%)
1
No-Load Current of Motor 1 XXXA (5~90%)
Torque Compensation of
Motor 1 (for the V/F Mode 0.0~25.0%
Only)
Slip Compensation of Motor
0.0~10.0%
1 (for V/F mode only)
Number of Poles for Motor
2~20
1
Line to Line resistance R1
mΩ
of Motor 1
Rotor resistance R2 of
mΩ
Motor 1
LM of Motor 1
MH
05-01
a
Functions
8-18
0.0
0.0
4
Xx
Xx
Xx
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VFD-V Series
Parameters
a
05-21
a
05-22
a
05-23
a
05-24
a
05-25
a
05-26
a
05-27
Functions
ASR (Auto Speed
Regulation) P (Gain) 1
Settings
0.0~500.0%
0.000~10.000 Sec
0.000: no integration
ASR P (Gain) 2
0.0~500.0%
0.000~10.000 Sec
ASR I (Integration) Time 2
0.000: no integration
Frequency Switch between
0.00~400.00Hz
ASR1 and 2
Low-Speed Excitation
0~100%
Magnet Compensation
The Pre-Controlled Torque
0~100%
Feedback
ASR I (Integration) Time 1
Time Delay of the
Pre-Controlled
Torque Feedback
Vibration Compensation
Factor
a
05-28
a
05-29
a
05-30
R1 Detection Frequency
0: no R1 detection
1: R1 detection
a
05-31
Dynamic Response Gain
0.0~100.0%
a
05-32
Response of current control
0~100%
gain
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0.000~2.000 Sec
0~10000
8-19
Factory
Customer
Setting
25.0
0.250
25.0
0.250
7.00
10
10
0.010
100
0
0.0
10
8
VFD-V Series
Group 6: Protection Parameter
a
06-00
Low Voltage Level
160~220V
320-440V
Factory
Customer
Setting
180
360
a
06-01
Over-Voltage Stall
Prevention
350.0~450.0V*
380.0*
a
06-02
Phase-Loss Protection
0: warn and keep operating
1: warn and ramp to stop
2: warn and coast to stop
a
06-03
a
06-04
a
06-05
a
06-06
a
06-07
a
06-08
Parameters
Functions
Settings
Over-Current Stall
20~250%
Prevention during
Acceleration
Over-Current Stall
20~250%
Prevention during
Operation
Over-Current Deceleration
0.05~600.00 Sec
Time during Operation
0: disabled
1: Over-torque detection
during constant speed
operation, continue to
operate after detection.
2: Over-torque detection
during constant speed
operation, stop operation
after detection.
Over-Torque Detection
3: Over-torque detection
Selection (oL2)
during entire (acceleration,
steady state, deceleration)
operation, continue
operation after detection.
4: Over-torque detection
during entire (acceleration,
steady state, deceleration)
operation, stop operation
after detection.
Over-Torque Detection
Level (oL2)
Over-Torque Detection
Time (oL2)
0
170
170
3.00
0
10~250%
150
0.0~60.0 Sec
0.1
8-20
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Parameters
Functions
Settings
Factory
Customer
Setting
a
06-09
Over-Torque Detection
Selection 2 (OL3)
0: Disable
1: over-torque detection
during constant speed
operation, continue to
operate after detection
2: over-torque detection
during constant speed
operation, stop operation
after detection.
3: over-torque detection
during operation, continue
operation after detection.
4: over-torque detection
during operation, stop
operation after detection.
a
06-10
Over-Torque Detection
Level 2 (OL3)
10~250%
150
a
06-11
Over-Torque Detection
Time 2 (OL3)
0.0~60.0 Sec
0.1
a
06-12
Over-Torque limit
0~250%
150
a
06-13
a
06-14
a
06-15
a
06-16
Electronic Thermal Relay
Selection (I2t)
Electronic Thermal Relay
Time (I2t)
Heat Sink Over-Heat (oH)
Warning
Op stall low limit
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0: Inverter/vector motor
1: Standard motor
2: Electronic thermal relay
function disabled
0
2
30~600 Sec
60
0.0~110.0℃
85.0
0~250%
120
8-21
8
VFD-V Series
Parameters
a
06-17
a
06-18
a
06-19
a
06-20
Functions
Settings
0: no fault
1: oc (over-current)
2: ov (over-voltage)
3: oH1 (IGBT overheat)
4: oL (drive overload)
Most Recent Fault Record
5: oL1 (electronic thermal
relay)
6: EF (external fault)
7: CF3 (hardware circuit fault)
8: HPF (protection circuit fault)
9: ocA (over-current during
accel)
10: ocd (over-current during
decel)
11: ocn (over-current during
constant speed)
2nd Most Recent Fault
12: GFF (ground fault)
Record
13: pg error
14: Lv (low voltage)
15: CF1 (unable to write to
memory)
16: CF2 (unable to read
memory)
17: bb (Pause)
18: oL2 (motor overload)
19: sc (IGBT failure)
20: brake (braking transistor
failure)
21: OL3 (motor overload)
22: oh2 (brake overheat)
3rd Most Recent
Fault Record
23: Fuse failure
24: CT2 (current sensor 2)
25: CT1 (current sensor 1)
26: PWM (upper and lower
points at the same low level)
27: Motor auto tuning failure
28: pid error
29: ACI error
31: CC
33: VEC R1 out of range (Pr.
4th Most Recent Fault
05-30)
Record
34: keypad error
35: RS 485 watchdog timer
36: FAN failure
37: input phase loss
8-22
Factory
Customer
Setting
0
0
0
0
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Group 7: Special Parameter
Parameters
Functions
Settings
Factory
Customer
Setting
380.0*
a
07-00
Software Braking Level
350.0~450.0VDC*
a
07-01
DC Braking Current Level
0~100%
a
07-02
0.00~60.00 Sec
0.00
a
07-03
0.00~60.00 Sec
0.00
a
07-04
0.00~400.00Hz
0.00
a
07-05
DC Braking Time at Start-up
DC Braking Time during a
STOP
Frequency point for DC
Braking
Increasing Rate of the DC
Voltage
Re-activate after Momentary
Power Loss
a
07-06
a
07-07
a
07-08
a
07-09
a
07-10
a
07-11
Maximum Allowable Power
Loss Time
Base Block Time for Speed
Search
Maximum Current Level for
Speed Search
Deceleration Time for Speed
Search
Auto Restart after Fault
a
07-12
Speed Search Type
a
07-13
a
07-14
Speed Search Frequency
(FWD direction)
Speed Search Frequency
(REV direction)
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0
1~500
30
0: disable
1: begins from command
frequency
2: begins from minimum
output frequency
0
0.1~5.0 Sec
2.0
0.1~5.0 Sec
0.5
20~200%
150
0.50~600.00 Sec
3.00
0~10
0: speed search disabled
1: speed search through
the frequency command
2: FWD-speed search only
(motor only runs in FWD
direction)
3: REV-speed search only
(motor only runs in REV
direction)
4: FWD/REV speed search
enabled in both
directions (fwd first)
5: REV/FWD speed search
enabled in both
directions (rev first)
0.00~400.00Hz
0.00~400.00Hz
8-23
0
0
60.00/
50.00
60.00/
50.00
8
VFD-V Series
Parameters
a
07-15
a
07-16
a
07-17
a
07-18
a
07-19
Functions
Settings
Gear Gap
0.00~400.00 Sec
Acceleration-Interruption Time
Gear Gap
0.00~400.00Hz
Acceleration-Interruption
Frequency
Gear Gap
0.00~400.00 Sec
Deceleration-Interruption Time
Gear Gap
0.00~400.00Hz
Deceleration-Interruption
Frequency
0: Invalid
External Terminals RUN after
1: If running command is
Fault Reset
still ON and it is running.
8-24
Factory
Customer
Setting
0.00
6.00
0.00
6.00
0
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Group 8: High-Performance Parameter
Parameters
Functions
Settings
0: Disable
1: AVI (0~10V)
PID Feedback Terminal 2: ACI (4~20mA)
3: AUI ( +/-10V)
Selection
4: Clock (F/R--master speed)
5: Clock (F/R--A/B direction)
Proportional Gain (P) 0.0~500.0%
0.00~100.00 Sec
Integral Time (I)
0.00: no integral
0.00~1.00 Sec
Differential Time (D)
a
08-00
a
08-01
a
08-02
a
08-03
a
08-04
a
08-05
a
08-06
a
08-07
a
08-08
a
08-09
a
08-10
a
08-11
0: warn and keep operating
Feedback Signal Fault
1: warn and RAMP to stop
Treatment
2: warn and COAST to stop
Dwell (sleep)
0.00~400.00Hz
Frequency
0.00~400.00Hz
Revival Frequency
a
08-12
Dwell (sleep) Period
0.0~6000.0 Sec
Fan control
0: when power is applied, the fan
will turn on
1:When the run command is
given, the fan will turn on
a
08-13
Integration’s Upper
0.0~100.0%
Bound Frequency
PID Frequency Output 0.0~100.0%
Command limit
PID Deviation Range -100.0~+100.0%
0.000~0.005 Sec
One-Time Delay
Detection Time of the
Feedback Error
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0.0~6000.0 Sec
8-25
Factory
Customer
Setting
0
80.0
1.00
0.00
100.0
100.0
0.0
0.000
0.0
0
0.00
0.00
0.0
0
8
VFD-V Series
Group 9: Communication Parameter
Parameters
a
09-00
a
09-01
Functions
Communication Address
Transmission Speed of
the Communication
Settings
1~254
4.8~125 Kbits/Sec
Factory
Customer
Setting
1
9.6
a
09-02
Transmission Fault
Treatment
0: warn and keep operating
1: warn and RAMP to stop
2: warn and COAST to stop
3: no treatment and no display
a
09-03
Overtime Detection
0: disabled
1~100 Sec
0
0
0
a
09-04
Communication Protocol
0: 7, N, 1 for ASCII
1: 7, N, 2 for ASCII
2: 7, E, 1 for ASCII
3: 7, O, 1 for ASCII
4: 7, E, 2 for ASCII
5: 7, O, 2 for ASCII
6: 8, N, 1 for ASCII
7: 8, N, 2 for ASCII
8: 8, E, 1 for ASCII
9: 8, O, 1 for ASCII
10: 8, E, 2 for ASCII
11: 8, O, 2 for ASCII
12: 8, N, 1 for RTU
13: 8, N, 2 for RTU
14: 8, E, 1 for RTU
15: 8, O, 1 for RTU
16: 8, E, 2 for RTU
17: 8, O, 2 for RTU
a
09-05
Keypad Transmission
Fault Treatment
0: warn and keep operating
1: warn and RAMP to stop
2: warn and COAST to stop
8-26
3
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VFD-V Series
Group 10: Speed Feedback Parameter
Parameters
10-00
PG (encoder) Pulses
10-01
Encoder Input Setting
(channel 1)
10-02
PG Feedback Fault
Treatment
10-03
a
Functions
10-04
10-05
PG Feedback Fault
Detection Time
PG Feedback Filter
Time
PG Slip Range
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Settings
1~20000
0: Phase A leads in a forward run
command and phase B leads
in a reverse run command.
(rising/falling edge trigger)
(Pulses x 4)
1: Phase B leads in a forward run
command and phase A leads
in a reverse run command.
(rising/falling edge trigger)
(Pulses x 4)
2: Phase A is a pulse input and
phase B is a direction input.
(low input = reverse direction,
high input = forward direction)
3: Phase A is a pulse input and
phase B is a direction input.
(low input = forward direction,
high input = reverse direction)
4: Phase A is a forward run pulse,
then phase B is High.
Phase B is a reverse run pulse,
then phase A is High.
5: Phase B is a forward run pulse,
then phase A is High.
Phase A is a reverse run pulse,
then phase B is High.
6: Phase A leads in a forward run
command and phase B leads
in a reverse run command.
(level trigger)
7: Phase B leads in a forward run
command and phase A leads
in a reverse run command.
(level trigger)
0: warn and keep operating
1: warn and RAMP to stop
2: warn and COAST to stop
Factory
Customer
Setting
600
8
0
0
0.00~10.00 Sec
0.10
0.001~1.000 Sec
0.003
0.0~50.0%
10.0
8-27
VFD-V Series
Parameters
Functions
Settings
Factory
Customer
Setting
10-07
PG Stall Level
(overspeed protection)
PG Electrical Gear A
1~5000
100
10-08
PG Electrical Gear B
1~5000
100
10-09
PG Position Control
Point (Home)
0~20000
0
10-10
Range for PG Position
0~20000
Attained (Home range)
10
10-06
0.0~115.0%
110.0
PG Encoder input Filter
0.001~1.000 second
0.003
Time
0: Phase A leads in a forward run
command and phase B leads
in a reverse run command.
(rising/falling edge trigger)
1: Phase B leads in a forward run
command and phase A leads
in a reverse run command.
(rising/falling edge trigger)
2: Phase A is a forward run pulse,
then phase B is High.
PG04 encoder input
Phase B is a reverse run pulse,
a
10-12
0
selection (channel 2)
then phase A is High.
3: Phase B is a forward run pulse,
then phase A is High.
Phase A is a reverse run pulse,
then phase B is High.
4: Phase A is a pulse input, phase
B is a direction input,
(low = reverse , high =forward)
5: Phase A is a pulse input, phase
B is direction input.
(low = forward, high = reverse)
Position Control Parameter
Factory
Parameters
Functions
Settings
Customer
Setting
a
10-13
Proportional (P) Gain
0.0~500.0%
50.0
0.00~100.00 Sec
a
10-14
Integral (I) Time
0.050
0.00: no integral
a
10-15
Differential (D) Time
0.00~1.00 Sec
0.25
a
10-11
a
10-16
Orient Speed
0.00~400.00 Hz
a
10-17
Creep point
0~20000
a
10-18
Loop Speed
0.00~400.00 Hz
8-28
5.00
50
1.00
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Parameters
Functions
Settings
Factory
Customer
Setting
10
a
10-19
a
10-20
a
10-21
a
10-22
a
10-23
Loop Point
0~20000
Division (scaling) factor
1~128
for PG04/05
Feed Forward
0.0~100.0%
Position Control Speed
0.0~100.0%
Gain
PG Position Attained 2 0〜20000
a
10-24
P2P Acceleration Time
a
10-25
a
10-26
a
10-27
a
10-28
a
10-29
a
10-30
a
10-31
a
10-32
a
10-33
a
10-34
P2P Deceleration Time 0.00〜100.00 s
0.1
Delay Time for Position
0.00〜100.00 s
0.1
Command
Position Control Integral
0.0〜1500.0%(05-25 switch)
50.0
(I) Time 2
Position Control Integral 0.001〜10.000 s
0.050
(I) Time 2
000: no integral(0.5-25 switch)
Selection of P2P Control 0: relative P2P
0
Mode
1: absolute P2P
Direction Command of
0~255 (10-33~40)
0
Absolute P2P
FWD Limit of Absolute 1~60000
0
P2P
0: No Limit
REV Limit of Absolute 1~60000
0
P2P
0: No Limit
0~50000 (in position control 2
P2P Command 0
0
mode)
0~50000 (in position control 2
P2P Command 1
0
mode)
a
10-35
P2P Command 2
0~50000 (in position control 2
mode)
0
a
10-36
P2P Command 3
0~50000 (in position control 2
mode)
0
a
10-37
P2P Command 4
0~50000 (in position control 2
mode)
0
a
10-38
P2P Command 5
0~50000 (in position control 2
mode)
0
a
10-39
P2P Command 6
0~50000 (in position control 2
mode)
0
a
10-40
P2P Command 7
0~50000 (in position control 2
mode)
0
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0.00〜100.00 s
8-29
1
5.0
90.0
0
0.1
8
VFD-V Series
Parameters
Functions
Settings
a
10-41
P2P Pulse
1~20000 (*4 for 10-00)
a
10-42
P2P mm
1~20000
8-30
Factory
Customer
Setting
1
1
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VFD-V Series
Specifications
230V Class
Environment
Protection
Characteristics
Control Characteristics
Input Rating
Output Rating
Model Number VFD-xxxV23A
007
015
022
037
055
230V Class
075
110
150 185 220 300 370
Max. Applicable Motor
0.7
1.5
2.2
3.7
5.5
7.5
11
15
18.5
22
30
37
output (kW)
Max. Applicable Motor
1
2
3
5
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
output (HP)
Constant Torque Output
5.0
7.5
11
17
25
33
49
65
75
90
120 146
Current (A)
Variable Torque Output
6.25 9.4
13
21
31
41
61
81
93
112
150 182
Current (A)
Rated Output Capacity kVA 1.9
2.7
4.2
6.5
9.5 12.5
19
25
29
34
46
55
Maximum Output Voltage
Proportional to the input voltage
(V)
Rated Input
200/208/220/230 VAC 3-phase, 50/60Hz
Voltage/Frequency
Operation Voltage
180~265VAC, 47~63Hz
Range/Frequency
Input Current
6.4
10
14.9 21.2 25.2 33.2
58
69
83
100 120
146
Control System
1. Vector Control; 2. Torque Control; 3. V/F Control
Starting Torque
Starting Torque is 150% at 0.5Hz and above.
Speed Control Range
1:100 Sensorless Vector (1:1000 when using PG card and encoder feedback)
Speed Control Accuracy
0.5% Sensorless Vector (0.02% when using a PG card and encoder feedback)
Speed Response Ability
5Hz (connect externally with PG to achieve 30Hz)
Maximum Output
0.00 to 400.00 Hz
Frequency (Hz)
Frequency Output Accuracy
Digital Command: ±0.005%, Analog Command: ±0.5%
Digital Command: 0.01Hz, Analog Command: 1/1000 (10bit) of the maximum output
Frequency-Set Resolution
frequency
Torque Limit
Maximum allowable torque is 200%
Torque Accuracy
±5%
Accel/Decel Time
0.00~600.00/0.1~6000.0 sec
V/F Curve
Adjustable V/F curve using 4 independent points.
Frequency Control Signal
0-10V, -10-+10V, 4-20mA, Square wave pulse input
Braking Torque
Approx. 20%
Motor Protection
Electronic thermal relay protection
Over-Current Protection
The current forces 220% of the over-current protection and 300% of the rated current
Ground Current Leakage
Current Leakage Protection: 50% peak value rated current
Protection
Over-Load Ability
Constant/Variable torque 150% for 60 seconds; 200% for 2 seconds
Voltage Protection
Over-voltage level: Vdc>400/800 V; low-voltage level: Vdc<200/400 V
220V/440V
Over-Voltage Protection for
Varistor (MOV)
the Input Power
Over-Temperature
Built-in temperature sensor
Protection
Momentary Power Loss
5 second maximum time setting
Protection Level
NEMA 1/IP21
Ambient Temperature
-10℃~40℃ for UL & -10℃~50℃ for CE
Storage Temperature
-20℃~60℃
Below 90% RH (non-condensing)
Below 20hz: 1G, above 20hz: 0.6G
Forced air cooling
Altitude of 1,000m or less, keep away from corrosive gas, liquid, and dust.
Humidity
Vibration
Cooling System
Installation Location
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460V Class
Environment
Protection Characteristics
Control Characteristics
Input Rating
Output Rating
Model Number VFD-xxxV43x
Max. Applicable Motor
output (kW)
Max. Applicable Motor
output (HP)
Constant Torque Output
Current (A)
Variable Torque Output
Current (A)
Rated Output Capacity
kVA
Maximum Output Voltage
(V)
Rated Input
Voltage/Frequency
Operation Voltage
Range/Frequency
Input Current
Control System
Starting Torque
Speed Control Range
Speed Control Accuracy
Speed Response Ability
Maximum Output
Frequency (Hz)
Frequency Output
Accuracy
Frequency-Set Resolution
Torque Limit
Torque Accuracy
Accel/Decel Time
V/F Curve
Frequency Control Signal
Braking Torque
Motor Protection
Over Current Protection
Ground Current Leakage
Protection
Over-Load Ability
Voltage Protection
220V/440V
Over-Voltage Protection for
the Input Power
Over-Temperature
Protection
Momentary Power Loss
Enclosure type
Ambient Temperature
Storage Temperature
Humidity
Vibration
Cooling System
Installation Location
460V Class
007 015 022 037 055 075 110 150 185 220 300 370 450
550
750
0.7
1.5
1
2
3
5
3.0
4.2
6
3.8
5.3
7.5
2.3
3.2
2.2 3.7 5.5
7.5
11
15
18.5 22
30
37
45
55
75
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
60
75
100
8.5
13
18
24
32
38
45
60
73
91
110
150
10
16
22
30
40
47
56
75
91
113
138
188
4.6 6.5 9.9 13.7 18
24
29
34
46
56
69
84
114
Proportional to the input voltage
380/400/415/460 VAC 3 phase, 50/60 Hz
340~500VAC, 47~63 Hz
4.0
5.7
7.3 9.9 12.2 17.2 25 32 39 49 60 73 91 130 175
1. Vector Control; 2. Torque Control; 3. V/F Control
Starting Torque is 150% at 0.5Hz and above.
1:100 Sensorless Vector (1:1000 when using PG card and encoder feedback)
0.5% Sensorless Vector (0.02% when using a PG card and encoder feedback)
5Hz (connect externally with PG to achieve 30Hz)
0.00 to 400.00 Hz
Digital Command: ±0.005%, Analog Command: ±0.5%
Digital Command: 0.01Hz, Analog Command: 1/1000 (10bit) of the maximum output
frequency
Maximum allowable torque is 200%
±5%
0.00~600.00/0.1~6000.0 sec
Adjustable V/F curve using 4 independent points.
0-10V, -10-+10V, 4-20mA, Square wave pulse input
Approx. 20%
Electronic thermal relay protection
The current forces 220% of the over-current protection and 300% of the rated current
Current Leakage Protection: 50% peak value rated current
Constant/Variable 150% for 60 seconds; 200% for 2 seconds
Over-voltage level: Vdc>400/800 V; low-voltage level: Vdc<200/400 V
Varistor (MOV)
Built-in temperature sensor
5 second maximum time setting
NEMA 1/IP21
-10℃~40℃ for UL & -10℃~50℃ for CE
-20℃~60℃
Below 90% RH (non-condensing)
Below 20hz: 1G, above 20hz: 0.6G
Forced air cooling
Altitude of 1,000m or less, keep away from corrosive gas, liquid, and dust.
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ACCESSORIES
B.1 Non-fuse Circuit Breaker Chart
Per UL 508C, paragraph 45.8.4, part a,
For 3-phase drives, the current rating of the breaker shall be four times maximum of output
current rating.
(Note: According to our experience, we suggest to use 1.5 – 2 times maximum of output
current rating.)
3-phase
Output Current (A)
Output Current (A)
Model
Model
VFD007V23A
5
VFD150V23A
65
VFD007V43A
3
VFD150V43A
32
VFD015V23A
7.5
VFD185V23A
75
VFD015V43A
4.2
VFD185V43A
38
VFD022V23A
11
VFD220V23A
90
VFD022V43A
6
VFD220V43A
45
VFD037V23A
17
VFD300V23A
120
VFD037V43A
8.5
VFD300V43A
60
VFD055V23A
25
VFD370V23A
146
VFD055V43A
13
VFD370V43A
73
VFD075V23A
33
VFD450V43A
91
VFD075V43A
18
VFD550V43A
110
VFD110V23A
49
VFD750V43A
150
VFD110V43A
24
Fuse Specification Chart (Smaller fuses than those shown in the table are permitted.)
Model
VFD007V23A
VFD007V43A
VFD015V23A
VFD015V43A
VFD022V23A
VFD022V43A
VFD037V23A
VFD037V43A
VFD055V23A
VFD055V43A
VFD075V23A
VFD075V43A
VFD110V23A
VFD110V43A
VFD150V23A
VFD150V43A
VFD185V23A
Input Current (A) Output Current (A)
6.4
4
10
5.7
14.9
7.3
21.2
9.9
25.2
12.2
33.2
17.2
58
25
69
32
83
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3
7.5
4.2
11
6
17
8.5
25
13
33
18
49
24
65
32
75
B-1
Line Fuse
I (A)
20
10
30
15
40
20
60
30
100
50
125
70
175
90
250
125
300
Bussmann P/N
JJN-20
JJS-10
JJN-30
JJS-15
JJN-40
JJS-20
JJN-60
JJS-30
JJN-100
JJS-50
JJN-125
JJS-70
JJN-175
JJS-90
JJN-250
JJS-125
JJN-300
B
VFD-V Series
Model
VFD185V43A
VFD220V23A
VFD220V43A
VFD300V23A
VFD300V43A
VFD370V23A
VFD370V43A
VFD450V43A
VFD550V43A
VFD750V43A
Input Current (A) Output Current (A)
39
100
49
120
60
146
73
91
130
175
38
90
45
120
60
146
73
91
110
150
B-2
Line Fuse
I (A)
150
350
175
450
225
500
250
350
400
600
Bussmann P/N
JJS-150
JJN-350
JJS-175
JJN-450
JJS-225
JJN-500
JJS-250
JJS-350
JJS-400
JJS-600
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Voltage
B.2 Braking Resistors
2
3
0
V
4
6
0
V
Motors
Braking
Full
Braking Unit
Part Numbers
Torque Minimum
-load
Specifications
Resistance
of the Braking Qty.
10%
Output
Type
of the Resistors
Qty.
Value
Resistors
ED%
Torque
VFDB
KG-M
1
0.427
BR080W200
125
80W 200Ω
80Ω
1
0.849
BR300W100
125
300W 100Ω
55Ω
1
1.262
BR300W070
125
300W 70Ω
35Ω
HP
kW
1
0.75
2
1.5
3
2.2
5
3.7
2.080
400W 40Ω
BR400W040
1
125
25Ω
7.5
5.5
3.111
500W 30Ω
BR500W030
1
125
16Ω
10
7.5
4.148
1000W 20Ω
BR1K0W020
1
125
12Ω
15
11
6.186
2400W 13.6Ω
2015
1
BR1K2W6P8
2
125
13.6
20
15
8.248
3000W 10Ω
2015
1
BR1K5W005
2
125
10Ω
25
18.5
10.281
4800W 8Ω
2022
1
BR1K2W008
4
125
8Ω
30
22
12.338
4800W 6.8Ω
2022
1
BR1K2W6P8
4
125
6.8Ω
40
30
16.497
6000W 5Ω
2015
2
BR1K5W005
4
125
5Ω
50
37
20.6
9600W 4Ω
2015
2
BR1K2W008
125
4Ω
1
0.75
0.427
80W 750Ω
BR080W750
8
1
125
260Ω
2
1.5
0.849
300W 400Ω
BR300W400
1
125
190Ω
3
2.2
1.262
300W 250Ω
BR300W250
1
125
145Ω
5
3.7
2.080
400W 150Ω
BR400W150
1
125
95Ω
7.5
5.5
3.111
500W 100Ω
BR500W100
1
125
60Ω
10
7.5
4.148
1000W 75Ω
BR1K0W075
1
125
45Ω
15
11
6.186
1000W 50Ω
4030
1
BR1K0W050
1
125
50Ω
20
15
8.248
1500W 40Ω
4030
1
BR1K5W040
1
125
40Ω
25
18.5
10.281
4800W 32Ω
4030
1
BR1K2W008
4
125
32Ω
30
22
12.338
4800W 27.2Ω
4030
1
BR1K2W6P8
4
125
27.2Ω
40
30
16.497
6000W 20Ω
4030
1
BR1K5W005
4
125
20Ω
50
37
20.6
9600W 16Ω
4045
1
BR1K2W008
8
125
16Ω
60
45
24.745
9600W 13.6Ω
4045
1
BR1K2W6P8
8
125
13.6Ω
Note:
1. Please select the factory default resistance value (Watt) and the frequency value (ED%).
2. If damage resulted in the drive or other equipments due to the fact that the braking resistors and the
braking modules in use are not provided by DELTA, the warranty will be void.
3. Take into consideration the safety of the environment when installing the braking resistors.
4. If the minimum resistance value is to be utilized, consult local dealers for the calculation of the Watt figures.
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Braking Resistors & Braking Units
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Braking Resistors & Braking Units
Braking resistors model no.: BR1K0W050, BR1K2W008, BR1K2W6P8, BR1K5W005,
BR1K5W040
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B.3 AMD - EMI Filter Cross Reference
Model of AC Motor
Drive
VFD007V23A,
VFD015V23A,
VFD022V23A,
VFD037V23A
VFD007V43A,
VFD015V43A,
VFD022V43A,
VFD037V43A
VFD055V23A,
VFD075V23A,
VFD110V43A
VFD110V43B
VFD150V43A,
VFD185V43A
VFD110V23A,
VFD150V23A,
VFD220V43A,
VFD300V43A,
VFD370V43A
VFD185V23A,
VFD220V23A,
VFD300V23A,
VFD450V43A
VFD370V23A,
VFD550V43A
VFD750V43A
EMI Filter with choke
Filter
Output chock QTY Turn
EMI Filter w/o
choke
--
--
--
--
26TDT1W4C
--
--
--
--
15TDT1W44
--
--
--
--
50TDS4W4V4
--
--
--
--
26TDT1W4B4
--
--
--
--
50TDS4W4C
--
--
--
--
100TDS84C
--
--
--
--
150TDS84C
--
--
--
--
180TDS84C
--
--
--
--
200TDDS84C
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Use on 1-5 HP, 230V, Three phase Models
EMI Filters (15TDT1W44)
Use on 1-5 HP, 460V, Three phase Models
POWER-IN
EMI Filters (26TDT1W4C)
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EMI Filters (50TDS4W4V4)
Use on 7.5-10HP/230V, VFD110V43A, Three phase Models
EMI Filters (26TDT1W4B4) Use on VFD110V43B
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EMI Filters (50TDS4W4C)
EMI Filters (100TDS84C)
Use on 20-25 HP, 430V, Three phase Models
Use on 15-20 HP, 230V & 30-50 HP, 430V, Three phase Models
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EMI Filters (150TDS84C)
Use on 25-40 HP, 230V & 60HP, 430V, Three phase Models
EMI Filters (180TDS84C)
Use on 50 HP, 230V & 60 HP, 430V, Three phase Models
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EMI Filters (200TDDS84C)
Use on 100 HP, 430V, Three phase Models
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B.4 PG Card
Wiring Diagram
R/L1
NFB
R/L1
U/T1
Motor
S/L2
S/L2
V/T2
M
3~
T/L3
T/L3
W/T3
VFD-V
A
A
PG-03
B
B
PG
B
B
12V
0V
OC
TP
A
A
+12V
GND
Shield
Terminal
*Specification of the Encoder
is of the 12V/OC Output
Connection between PG-03 and the Encoder
Connect Externally with the Encoder of 5V Power Supply and Output Signals to Additional
Tachometer
Non-Fuse Breaker
NFB
R/L1
U/T1
S/L2
S/L2
V/T2
T/L3
T/L3
W/T3
R/L1
M
3~
B
VFD-V
A
A
PG-03
OC
A
A
B
B
B
B
12V
0V
TP
*Specification of the
Encoder is of 5V/OC output,
which could also connect
externally with the RPM wire
GND
B/O
0V
RPM Wire
*Power of the RPM wire should
be supplied by the customers
Connection between PG-03 and the Encoder
B-13
+5V
A/O
Shield
Terminal
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B.4.1 Explanations on the PG Card Terminals
Terminals
Explanation
Power Supply of the Encoder: +12V
12V
Output Voltage: +12V±5% 200mA
0V
Common point for the power supply and the signal
A- A, B-B
Encoder signal input (select the output type of the Encoder from FSW2)
Both single-phase input and two-phase input available
Maximum: 500KP/Sec
A/O, B/O
The Encoder signal output
Maximum: DC24V 300mA
Common point for signal grounding
B.4.2 Wiring Notes
1. Use the shielded isolated wire to prevent interference, and do not line up in parallel with
circuits of AC200V or above.
2. The shielded end of the isolated wire should connect to the “DCM” terminal.
3. Recommended wire size: 0.21~0.81mm2(AWG24~AWG18).
4. Wire length:
The Output Types
of the Encoder
Maximum Wire Length
Voltage
50m
Open Collector
50m
Wire Gauge
1.25mm2(AWG18) or above
Line Driver
300m
Complementary
70m
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B.4.3 Exterior of PG-03
Fj1
B/O
A/O
0V
12V
0V
Connect to the VFD-V
Series Control Board
PG-03
G
B
A
FSW2
OC
Select the input
power and the
output type of the
Encoder
TP
B
B
A
A
B.4.4 The Output Types to Accommodate the Encoder
Output Types of the Encoder
FSW2 Switch
VCC
OC
Voltage
O/P
TP
0V
VCC
OC
Open collector
O/P
TP
0V
OC
Q
Line driver
Q
TP
VCC
OC
Complementary
O/P
TP
0V
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B.4.5 VFD-V & VFD-B Series Speed Regulation Comparison
Series
Char.
Speed Control
Range
Speed Regulation
Initial Speed
VFD-V
Sensorless-Vector
Flux Vector Mode
Mode
(with PG)
(without PG)
VFD-B
Without PG
With PG
1:40
1:100
1:1000
1:40
± 0.2%
150% at 1Hz
± 0.02%
150% at 0 RPM
± 3%
± 0.05%
150% at 3Hz
Note: The speed regulation is based on rated speed.
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B.5 Zero Phase Reactor (RF220X00A)
1. Dimension
2. Wiring Method
Please wind each wire 4 times around the core.
Zero Phase Reactor
Power
Supply
R/L1
U/1
S/L2
V/2
T/L3
W3
MOTOR
If it is difficult for you to wire your wiring as above due to wire size or another reason for your
application. Please put all wires through 4 cores in series without winding as following
diagram.
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Zero Phase Reactor
Power
Supply
R/L1
S/L2
T/L3
U/1
V/2
W3
MOTOR
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DIMENSIONS
VFD007V23A/43A
Unit: mm (inches)
244.3 [9.63]
X)
(] 2
87
0.
28
.0[
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R3
11.3 [0.44]
[
.0
2
2
160.2 [6.31]
260.0 [10.24]
]
.26
0
[
6.5
150.0 [5.91]
135.0 [5.32]
1.1
0](
2X
)
C-1
]
.13
0
5[R
6.5 [0.26]
C
VFD-V Series
VFD015V23A/43A
VFD022V23A/43A
Unit: mm (inches)
244.3 [9.63]
X)
(] 2
28
.0[
[
. 25
3
R
1.1
0
11.3 [0.44]
[
.0
2
2
87
0.
160.2 [6.31]
260.0 [10.24]
]
.26
0
[
6.5
150.0 [5.91]
135.0 [5.32]
]
.13
0
R
6.5 [0.26]
](2
X)
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VFD037V23A/43A
Unit: mm (inches)
]
.26
0
[
6.5
1 .1
[
0
.
28
183.7 [7.24]
272.1 [10.72]
244.3 [9.63]
150.0 [5.91]
135.0 [5.32]
)
2X
(
]
0
0.1
[R
5
.2
R3
3]
34.
0[
1.3
4](2
X)
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11.3 [0.44]
C
6.5 [0.26]
VFD-V Series
VFD055V23A/43A
VFD075V23A/43A
VFD110V43B
Unit: mm (inches)
8]
183.2 [7.22]
R3
.5
[R
0.
14
]
13.5 [0.53]
[
2
0.
323.0 [12.72]
0
7.
303.0 [11.93]
200.0 [7.88]
185.6 [7.31]
7.0 [0.28]
C-4
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VFD110V23A/43A
VFD150V23A/43A
VFD185V23A/43A
VFD220V23A/43A
Unit: mm (inches)
250.0 [9.84]
384.0 [15.12]
0]
1.1
.0[
]
.20
0
R
0[
R 5.
)
](2X
5
6
.
13.0 [0.51]
28
4
[ 1
2.0
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205.4 [8.08]
403.8 [15.90]
10.0 [ 0.39]
226.0 [8.90]
C-5
10.0 [0.39]
C
VFD-V Series
VFD300V23A
VFD370V23A
Unit: mm (inches)
370.0 [14.57]
260.0 [10.24]
589.0 [23.19]
560.0 [22.05]
18.0 [0.71]
132.5 [5.22]
21.0[0.83]
595.0 [23.43]
335.0 [13.19]
R6.5[0.25]
13.0[0.51]
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VFD-V Series
VFD300V43A
VFD370V43A
VFD450V43A
Unit: mm (inches)
370.0 [14.57]
260.0 [10.24]
589.0 [23.19]
560.0 [22.05]
335.0 [13.19]
18.0 [0.71]
132.5 [5.22]
21.0[0.83]
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R6.5[0.25]
13.0[0.51]
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VFD550V43A
VFD750V43A
Unit: mm (inches)
425.0 [16.73]
264.0 [10.39]
660.0 [25.98]
631.0 [24.84]
385.0 [15.16]
18.0 [0.71]
130.4 [5.13]
21.0[0.83]
280.0 [11.02]
R6.5[0.25]
13.0[0.51]
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VFD-V Series
The Apparatus Size of the Digital Hand-Held Programming Panel VFD-PU05
Unit: mm (inches)
73.0 [2.87]
19.0 [0.75]
9.1 [0.36]
14.1 [0.55]
VFD-PU05
17.6 [0.69]
16.0 [0.63]
6.5 [0.26]
M4*O0.7(3X)
F
H
U
VFD-PU05
RUN
119.0[4.69]
119.2[4.69]
PU
PROG
DATA
STOP
RESET
14.5 [0.57]
44.0 [1.73]
6.5[0.26]
FWD
REV
MODE
112.9 [4.44]
JOG
PU
132.0 [5.20]
RUN STOP JOG FWD REV EXT
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DELTA ELECTRONICS, INC.
EC Declaration of Conformity
According to the Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and the
Amendment Directive 93/68/EEC
For the following equipment:
AC Motor Drive
(Product Name)
VFD007V23A, VFD007V43A, VFD015V23A, VFD015V43A, VFD022V23A,
VFD022V43A, VFD037V23A, VFD037V43A, VFD055V23A, VFD055V43A,
VFD075V23A, VFD075V43A, VFD110V23A, VFD110V43A, VFD110V43B,
VFD150V23A, VFD150V43A, VFD185V23A, VFD185V43A, VFD220V23A,
VFD220V43A, VFD300V23A, VFD300V43A, VFD370V23A, VFD370V43A,
VFD450V43A
(Model Name)
is herewith confirmed to comply with the requirements set out in the Council
Directive 73/23/EEC for electrical equipment used within certain voltage limits
and the Amendment Directive 93/68/EEC. For the evaluation of the compliance
with this Directive, the following standard was applied:
EN 50178
The following manufacturer/importer is responsible for this declaration:
Delta Electronics, Inc.
(Company Name)
DELTA ELECTRONICS, INC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
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DELTA ELECTRONICS,INC.
EC Declaration of Conformity
According to the Electromagnetic Compatibility 89/336/EEC and
the Amendment Directive 93/68/EEC
For the following equipment:
AC Motor Drive
(Product Name)
VFD007V23A, VFD007V43A, VFD015V23A, VFD015V43A, VFD022V23A,
VFD022V43A, VFD037V23A, VFD037V43A, VFD055V23A, VFD055V43A,
VFD075V23A, VFD075V43A, VFD110V23A, VFD110V43A, VFD110V43B,
VFD150V23A, VFD150V43A, VFD185V23A, VFD185V43A, VFD220V23A,
VFD220V43A, VFD300V23A, VFD300V43A, VFD370V23A, VFD370V43A,
VFD450V43A
(Model Name)
is herewith confirmed to comply with the requirements set out in the Council
Directive 89/336/EEC for electromagnetic compatibility and the Amendment
Directive 93/68/EEC. For the evaluation of the compliance with this Directive, the
following standard was applied:
EN61800-3, EN55011, EN61000-4-2, EN61000-4-3, EN61000-4-4, EN61000-4-5,
EN61000-4-6, EN61000-4-8
The following manufacturer/importer is responsible for this declaration:
Delta Electronics, Inc.
(Company Name)
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