L200 Quick Reference Guide NB6601XA
L200 Series Inverter
Quick Reference Guide
• Single-phase Input
• Three-phase Input
• Three-phase Input
200V Class
200V Class
400V Class
Hitachi Industrial Equipment Systems Co., Ltd.
Manual No. NB6601XA • September 2004
Caution: Be sure to read the L200 Inverter Manual and follow
its Cautions and Warnings for the initial product installation.
This Quick Reference Guide is intended for reference use by
experienced users in servicing existing installations.
Power Circuit Terminals
Inverter models L200–002NFEF/NFU, –004NFEF/NFU,
–005NFEF
Jumper
L1
+1
+
–
L2 N/L3 U/T1 V/T2 W/T3
Chassis
Ground
Inverter models L200–007NFEF/NFU to –022NFEF/NFU,
–037LFU, –004HFEF/HFU to –040HFEF/HFU
Jumper
NFEF, NFU
LFU, HFEF,
HFU
+1
L1
+
–
L2 N/L3 U/T1 V/T2 W/T3
L1
L2
L3
U/T1 V/T2 W/T3
Chassis
Ground
Inverter models –055LFU, –075LFU, –055HFEF/HFU,
–075HFEF/HFU
L1
+1
L2
+
L3
–
Jumper
1
U/T1 V/T2 W/T3
Chassis
Ground
Control Circuit Terminals
Alarm relay
AL2 AL1 AL0
Analog
output
Analog
inputs
AM H O OI L
Terminal
Name
PCS
Logic inputs
L
5
4
3
Description
2
Logic
outputs
1 PCS CM2 12 11
Ratings and Notes
+24V for logic inputs
24VDC supply, 30 mA max.
(Notes: Do not use for network
power
Do not short to terminal L)
1, 2, 3, 4, Intelligent (program5
mable) discrete logic
inputs
27VDC max. (use P24 or an
external supply referenced to
terminal L), 4.7kΩ input
impedance
L (right)
GND for logic inputs
Sum of input 1 to 5 currents
(Note: Do not ground)
11, 12
Discrete logic outputs
50 mA max. ON current,
27 VDC max. OFF voltage
CM2
GND for logic outputs
100 mA max for sum of
terminals 11 and 12 currents
AM
Analog voltage output
0 to 10VDC, 1 mA max., 50%
duty cycle
L (left)
GND for analog signals
Sum of OI, O, H, and AM
currents (return)
2
Terminal
Name
Description
Ratings and Notes
OI
Analog input, current
4 to 19.6 mA range, 20 mA
nominal
O
Analog input, voltage
0 to 9.6 VDC range, 10VDC
nominal, 12VDC max., input
impedance 10 kΩ
H
+10V analog reference
10VDC nominal, 10 mA max.
AL0
Relay common contact
AL1
Relay contact, normally
closed during RUN
AL2
Relay contact, normally
open during RUN
Contact rating
Max resistive load = 250VAC,
2.5A; 30VDC 3A;
Max inductive load = 250VAC,
0.2A; 30VDC 0.7A
Minimum load = 5VDC 100mA,
100VAC 10mA
3
Basic Wiring Diagram
The following wiring diagram shows the power and motor connections
for basic operation. The optional signal input wiring supports external
Fwd and Rev Run command, and a speed potentiometer.
L200
U
R
From 3-phase
power input
source (See
specifications
label on inverter
for details)
(T1)
(L1)
S
V
(L2)
(T2)
T
W
(N/L3)
(T3)
PCS
AL1
1
AL0
2
AL2
Motor
Inputs:
Forward
Relay contacts,
1 Form C
Reverse
GND for logic inputs
Open collector
outputs:
L
Run signal
12
Load
Analog reference
H
External
speed
reference
pot.
Load
O
11
Frequency
arrival signal
GND for logic
outputs
L
CM2
GND for analog signals
4
Inverter Keypad Operation
Parameter Display
Run Key Enable LED
Serial Port
Program/Monitor LED
Run/Stop LED
Power LED
Alarm LED
POWER
HITACHI
ALARM
Hz
5 0.0
RUN
FUNC.
STOP
RESET
1
2
A
RUN
Display Units LEDs
Hertz
Amperes
PRG
Potentiometer
Enable LED
STR
Potentiometer
Stop/Reset Key
Run Key
Up/Down Keys
Store Key
Function Key
• Run/Stop LED – ON when the inverter output is ON and the motor is
developing torque, and OFF when the inverter output is OFF (Stop
Mode).
• Program/Monitor LED – ON when the inverter is ready for parameter editing (Program Mode). It is OFF when the parameter display is
monitoring data (Monitor Mode).
• Run Key Enable LED – ON when the inverter is ready to respond to
the Run key, OFF when the Run key is disabled.
• Run Key – Press this key to run the motor (the Run Enable LED must
be ON first). Parameter F004, Keypad Run Key Routing, determines
whether the Run key generates a Run FWD or Run REV command.
• Stop/Reset Key – Press this key to stop the motor when it is running
(uses the programmed deceleration rate). This key will also reset an
alarm which has tripped.
• Potentiometer – Allows an operator to directly set the motor speed
when the potentiometer is enabled for output frequency control.
• Potentiometer Enable LED – ON when the potentiometer is enabled
for value entry.
(continued, next page...)
5
• Parameter Display – A 4-digit, 7-segment display for parameters and
function codes.
• Display Units: Hertz/Amperes – One of these LEDs will be ON to
indicate the units associated with the parameter display.
• Power LED – ON when the power input to the inverter is ON.
• Alarm LED – ON when the inverter in Trip Mode.
• Function Key – This key is used to navigate through the lists of
parameters and functions for setting and monitoring parameter values.
• Up/Down Keys – Use these keys alternately to move up or down the
lists of parameter and functions shown in the display, and to increment/
decrement values.
• Store Key – When the unit is in Program Mode and the operator has
edited a parameter value, press the Store key to write the new value to
the EEPROM.
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Keypad Navigation Map
Monitor Mode
Program Mode
Display data
0.0
Select Parameter
1
d083
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1 2 3.4
2
FUNC.
STR
Write data
to
EEPROM
A1 46
2
2
2
b001
2
F 004
Edit
b1 50
2
A- - 1
2
2
FUNC.
FUNC.
b- - 1
1
2
C 001
2
C- - -
Increment/
decrement
value
2
C1 49
2
H- - 1
2
H003
2
d001
1
Store as
powerup
default
H006
FUNC.
1
Edit Parameter
powerdown
1
FUNC.
2
A001
F 001
7
Return to
parameter list
Powerup Test
The Powerup Test procedure uses minimal parameter settings to run the
motor. The procedure describes two alternative methods for commanding
the inverter: via the inverter keypad, or via the logic terminals.
• Check power input and motor output wiring (see page 4 diagram).
• If using logic terminals for testing, verify correct wiring on [PCS],
[FW], [H], [O], and [L] (bottom row) per the diagram on page 4.
• Reverse [RV] input wiring (defaults to terminal [2]) is optional.
Step
Description
Via Keypad
Via Logic
Terminals
1
Set speed command
source setting
A001 = 00
(keypad pot.)
A001 = 01,
[H–O–L] input
2
Set Run FW command
source
A002 = 02
(Run key)
A002 = 01,
[FW] input
3
Set Run REV command
source
—
C002 = 01,
[RV] input
4
Set motor base freq.
5
Set motor poles
(2 / 4 / 6 / 8)
H004 = 4 (default), change only if
your motor is different
6
Set keypad display to
monitor freq.
Access D001, press Func. key, display
will show 0.0
Perform safety check
Disconnect load from motor
7
A003 = 60
Turn keypad pot.
to MIN position
Ensure voltage on
[O]—[L] terminals= 0V
8
Run Forward command
Press Run key
Turn ON the
[FW] terminal
9
Increase speed
Rotate keypad
pot. CW dir.
Increase voltage
at [O]
10
Decrease speed
Rotate keypad
pot. CCW dir.
Decrease voltage
at [O]
11
Stop motor
Press Stop key
Turn OFF the
[FW] terminal
12
Run Reverse command
(optional)
—
Turn ON the [RV]
terminal
13
Stop motor
—
Turn OFF the
[RV] terminal
8
Error Codes
The L200 series inverters will trip on over-current, over-voltage, and
under-voltage to protect the inverter. The motor output turns OFF, allowing the motor to free-run to a stop. Press the Stop/Reset key to reset the
inverter and clear the error.
Basic Error Codes
Error
Code
Name
Probable Cause(s)
E01
Over current event while at
constant speed
E02
Over current event during
deceleration
E03
Over current event during
acceleration
• Inverter output was short-circuited
• Motor shaft is locked
• Load is too heavy
• A dual-voltage motor is wired
incorrectly
Note: The L200 will over current trip at
nominally 200% of rated current
E04
Over current event for other
conditions
• DC braking power(A054) set too high
• Current transformer / noise error
E05
Overload protection
• Motor overload is detected by the
electronic thermal function
E07
Over voltage protection
• DC bus voltage exceeds a threshold,
due to regenerative energy from motor
E08
EEPROM error
• Built-in EEPROM memory experienced noise, high temperature, etc.
E09
Under-voltage error
• DC bus voltage decreased enough to
cause a control circuit fault
E11
E22
E12
E13
CPU error
• Built-in CPU had internal error
External trip
• [EXT] input signal detected
USP (Unattended Start
Protection)
• When (USP) was enabled, an error
occurred when power was applied while
a Run signal was present
E14
Ground fault
• A ground fault was detected between
the inverter output and the motor. This
feature protects the inverter, and does not
protect humans.
E15
Input over-voltage
• Input voltage was higher than specified
value, after 60 sec. in Stop Mode
E21
Inverter thermal trip
• Inverter internal temperature is above
the threshold
E30
Driver error
• Inverter internal error, electrical noise
at CPU-to-drive circuit interface.
9
Error
Code
Name
Probable Cause(s)
E35
Thermistor
• Thermistor input, [THM] and [L], is
over the temp. threshold
E60
Communications error
• The inverter’s watchdog timer for the
communications network has timed out.
---
Under-voltage (brownout)
with output shutoff
• Low input voltage caused the inverter
to turn OFF the motor output and try to
restart. If unsuccessful, a trip occurs.
Error Trip Conditions
Use function code D081 to access the error trip conditions for the current
error as shown in the table below. Use the Up and Down arrow keys to
scroll through the trip condition parameters.
Step
Display
1. Access D081
d081
2. Press Function Key
If no error:
___
If error exists:
EXX
(error code)
3. Press Up/Dn key (if
error exists)
Output frequency at trip point:
10.0
Motor current at trip point:
1
2.5
DC bus voltage at trip point:
284.0
2
Cumulative Run time house at trip
point:
15
Cumulation power-ON hours at
trip point:
18
10
Restoring Factory Default Settings
Action
Display
Press FUNC. , 1 or 2 as
needed.
Press FUNC. .
Press/hold
1
until...
Function/Parameter
b- - -
“B” Group selected
b001
First “B” Group parameter
b085
Country code for
initialization selected
02
Press FUNC. . If setting is
correct, then skip next step.
To change country code, press 1
00 = Japan
01 = Europe
02 = USA
or 2 to set; STR to store.
Press FUNC. .
b085
Country code for
initialization selected
Press 2 .
b084
Initialization function
selected
Press FUNC. .
00
00 = disable initialization,
clear trip history only
Press 1 .
01
01 = enable initialization
Press FUNC. .
Press/hold FUNC. ,
and
yet.
STOP
RESET
1 ,
2 ,
b084
Initialization now enabled
to restore all defaults
b084
First part of key sequence
EU
USA
JP
d001
Default parameter country
code shown during initialization
keys. Do not release
When your country code
appears in the display, release
all the keys.
Initialization is complete.
Function code for output
frequency monitor shown
Note: After initializing the inverter, use the Powerup Test on
page 8 to get the motor running again.
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Parameter Tables
“D” Group: Monitoring Functions
Func.
Code
Name / Description
Units
D001
Output frequency monitor
D002
Output current monitor
Hz
A
D003
Rotation direction monitor
—
Stop
Forward
Reverse
Direction
D004
Process variable (PV), PID feedback monitor
%
D005
Intelligent input terminal status
—
ON
OFF
5 4
3 2
1
Terminal Numbers
D006
Intelligent output terminal status
—
ON
OFF
AL 12 11
Terminal Numbers
D007
Scaled output frequency monitor
(output frequency x B086 scale factor)
Userdefined
D013
Output voltage monitor
D016
Cumulative operation RUN tim monitor
hours
V
D017
Cumulative power-on time monitor
hours
12
Trip History and Inverter Status
Func.
Code
Name / Description
Units
D080
Trip Counter
Hz
D081
Trip monitor 1 (most recent trip n)
—
D082
Trip monitor 2 (trip n-1)
—
D083
Trip monitor 3 (trip n-2)
—
No error
Error
exists?
Monitor Mode
No
Yes
Display data
0.0
Trip conditions
2
FUNC.
1
E07
2
1
d083
1
2
2
6 0.0
FUNC.
1
d081
1
2
Error code
2
4.0
FUNC.
1
2
1 8
1
13
DC bus voltage
at trip point
2
1 5
1
Motor current
at trip point
2
3 9 8.0
1
Output frequency
at trip point
Cumulative
inverter operation
time at trip point
Cumulative powerON time at trip
point
Parameter tables for user-settable functions follow these conventions:
• Some parameters have 2nd motor equivalents, indicated by the x2xx
parameter codes in the left-most column.
• Some parameters specify an option code. Where applicable, the
options codes will be in a bulleted list in the Name/Description
column.
• The default values apply to all models unless otherwise noted for each
parameter... –FEF (Europe) / – FU (U.S.)
• Some parameters cannot be edited during Run Mode, and certain
Software Lock settings (B031) can prohibit all edits. If in doubt, place
the inverter in Stop Mode or consult the inverter manual for details.
“F” Group: Main Profile Parameters
Func.
Code
Name / Description
Default
Value
F001
Output frequency setting
0.0
F002
Acceleration (1) time setting
10.0
F202
Acceleration (1) time setting, 2nd motor
10.0
F003
Deceleration (1) time setting
10.0
F203
Deceleration (1) time setting, 2nd motor
10.0
F004
Keypad Run key routing
• 00 Forward
• 01 Reverse
Set
Value
00
“A” Group: Standard Functions
Func.
Code
Name / Description
Default
Value
–FEF / –FU
A001
Frequency source setting
• 00 Keypad potentiometer
• 01 Control terminal
• 02 Function F001 setting
• 03 ModBus network input
• 10 Calculate function input
01 / 00
A002
Run command source setting
• 01 Input terminal FW or RV (assignable)
• 02 Run key on keypad, or digital operator
• 03 ModBus network input
01 / 02
14
Set
Value
Func.
Code
Name / Description
Default
Value
–FEF / –FU
A003/
A203
Base frequency setting
50.0 / 60.0
A004/
A204
Maximum frequency setting
50.0 / 60.0
A005
[AT] selection
• 00 Select between [O] and [OI] at [AT]
• 01 [O]+[OI] ([AT] input is ignored)
• 02 Select between [O] and keypad pot
• 03 Select between [OI] and keypad pot
00
A011
Pot./O–L input active range start frequency
0.0
A012
Pot./O–L input active range end frequency
0.0
A013
Pot./O–L input active range start voltage
0.
A014
Pot./O–L input active range end voltage
100.
A015
Pot./O–L input start frequency enable
• 00 Use A011 starting value)
• 01 Use 0 Hz
01
A016
External frequency filter time constant
2. / 8.
A020/
A220
Multi-speed frequency setting
0
A021 Multi-speed frequency settings (for both motors)
A022
A023
A024
A025
A026
A027..
..A035
0.0 / 0.0
0.0 / 0.0
0.0 / 0.0
0.0 / 0.0
0.0 / 0.0
0.0 / 0.0
......
0.0 / 0.0
A038
Jog frequency setting
A039
Jog stop mode
• 00 Free-run stop, jogging disabled during
motor run
• 01 Controlled deceleration, jogging disabled
during motor run
• 02 DC braking to stop, jogging disabled
during motor run
1.00
00
A041/
A241
Torque boost select
• 00 Manual torque boost
• 01 Automatic torque boost
00
A042/
A242
Manual torque boost value
5.0(A042)/
0.0 (A242)
A043/
A243
Manual torque boost frequency adjustment
3.0/(A043)
0.0(A243)
15
Set
Value
Func.
Code
A044/
A244
Name / Description
V/f characteristic curve selection
• 00 V/f constant torque
• 01 V/f variable torque
A045
V/f gain setting
A051
DC braking enable
• 00 Disable
Default
Value
–FEF / –FU
00
100.
00
• 01 Enable
A052
DC braking frequency setting
0.5
A053
DC braking wait time
0.0
A054
DC braking force during deceleration
0.
A055
DC braking time for deceleration
0.0
A056
DC braking / edge or level detection for [DB]
input
01
A061/
A261
Frequency upper limit setting
0.0
A062/
A262
Frequency lower limit setting
0.0
A063
A065
A067
Jump (center) frequency setting
0.0
A064
A066
A068
Jump (hysteresis) frequency width setting
0.5
A071
PID Enable
• 00 PID operation OFF
• 01 PID operation ON
00
A072
PID proportional gain
1.0
A073
PID integral time constant
1.0
A074
PID derivative time constant
0.0
A075
PV scale conversion
1.00
A076
PV source setting
• 00 [OI] terminal (current input)
• 01 [O] terminal (voltage input)
• 02 ModBus network
• 03 Calculate function output
00
A077
Reverse PID action
• 00 PID input = SP – PV
• 01 PID input = –(SP – PV)
00
A078
PID output limit
0.0
16
Set
Value
Func.
Code
Name / Description
Default
Value
–FEF / –FU
00
A081
AVR function select
• 00 AVR enabled
• 01 AVR disabled
• 02 AVR enabled except during decel
A082
AVR voltage select
A092/
A292
Acceleration (2) time setting
15.0
A093/
A293
Deceleration (2) time setting
15.0
A094/
A294
Select method to switch to Acc2/Dec2 profile
• 00 2CH input from terminal
• 01 transition frequency
00
A095/
A295
Acc1 to Acc2 frequency transition point
0.0
A096/
A296
Dec1 to Dec2 frequency transition point
0.0
A097
Acceleration curve selection
• 00 Linear
• 01 S-curve
00
A098
Deceleration curve selection
• 00 Linear
• 01 S-curve
00
A101
[OI]–[L] input active range start frequency
0.0
A102
[OI]–[L] input active range end frequency
0.0
A103
[OI]–[L] input active range start current
0.0
A104
[OI]–[L] input active range end current
100.
230 / 230
400 / 460
A105
[OI]–[L] input start frequency enable
01
A141
A input select for calculate function
• 00 Digital operator
• 01 Keypad potentiometer
• 02 [O] input
• 03 [OI] input
• 04 Network variable
02
A142
B input select for calculate function
• 00 Digital operator
• 01 Keypad potentiometer
• 02 [O] input
• 03 [OI] input
• 04 Network variable
03
A143
Calculation symbol
• 00 ADD (A input + B input)
• 01 SUB (A input – B input)
• 02 MUL (A input x B input)
00
A145
ADD frequency
0.0
17
Set
Value
Func.
Code
A146
Name / Description
ADD direction select
• 00 Plus (adds A145 value to output frequency)
• 01 Minus (subtracts A145 value from output
frequency)
Default
Value
–FEF / –FU
Set
Value
00
“B” Group: Fine-tuning Functions
Default
Value
–FEF / –FU
Func.
Code
Name / Description
B001
Selection of automatic restart mode
• 00 Alarm output after trip, automatic restart
disabled
• 01 Restart at 0Hz
• 02 Resume operation after frequency
matching
• 03 Resume previous freq. after freq. matching,
then decelerate to stop and display trip info
B002
Allowable under-voltage power failure time
1.0
B003
Retry wait time before motor restart
1.0
B004
Instantaneous power failure / under-voltage trip
alarm enable
• 00 Disable
• 01 Enable
00
B005
Number of restarts on power failure / undervoltage trip event
• 00 Restart 16 times
• 01 Always restart
00
B012/
B212
Level of electronic thermal setting
B013/
B213
Electronic thermal characteristic
• 00 Reduced torque1• 01 Const. torque
• 02 Reduced torque2
01
B021
Overload restriction operation mode
• 00 Disabled
• 01 Enabled for accel and constant speed
• 02 Enabled for constant speed only
01
B022
Overload restriction setting
00
Rated
current of
each inverter
Rated
current x 1.5
18
Set
Value
Func.
Code
Name / Description
B023
Deceleration rate at overload restriction
B031
Software lock mode selection
• 00 Low-level access, [SFT] blocks edits
• 01 Low-level access, [SFT] blocks edits
(except F001 and Multi-speed parameters)
• 02 No access to edits
• 03 No access to edits except F001 and Multispeed parameters
Default
Value
–FEF / –FU
1.0 / 30.0
01
B032
Reactive current setting
100.
B080
[AM] analog signal gain
100.
B082
Start frequency adjustment
0.5
B083
Carrier frequency setting
5.0
B084
Initialization mode (parameters or trip history)
• 00 Trip history clear
• 01 Parameter initialization
• 02 Trip history clear and parameter
initialization
00
B085
Country code for initialization
• 00 Japan version • 01 Europe version
• 02 USA version
01 / 02
B086
Frequency scaling conversion factor
1.0
B087
STOP key enable
• 00 Enable
00
• 01 Disable
B088
Restart mode after FRS
• 00 Restart from 0Hz
• 01 Restart from frequency detected from
actual speed of motor
00
B089
Monitor display select for networked inverter,
7 options:
• 01 Output frequency monitor
• 02Output current monitor
• 03 Rotation direction monitor
• 04 Process variable (PV), PID feedback
monitor
• 05 Intelligent input terminal status
• 06 Intelligent output terminal status
• 07 Scaled output frequency monitor
01
B091
Stop mode selection
• 00 DEC (decelerate and stop)
• 01 FRS (free-run to stop)
00
B130
Over-voltage LADSTOP enable
• 00 Disable
• 01 Enable
00
B150
Carrier mode
• 00 Disable
00
• 01 Enable
19
Set
Value
“C” Group: Intelligent Terminal Functions
Func.
Code
Name / Description
C001
Terminal [1] function
C002
Terminal [2] function
C003
Terminal [3] function
02 / 16
C004
Terminal [4] function
03 / 13
C005
Terminal [5] function
C011
Terminal [1] active state
C012
Terminal [2] active state
C013
Terminal [3] active state
C014
Terminal [4] active state
C015
Terminal [5] active state
C021
Terminal [11] function
Twenty-four option
codes available
(see page 23)
Default
Value
–FEF / –FU
00
01
18 / 09
• 00 Normally open
[NO]
• 01 Normally
closed [NC]
00
00
00
00 / 01
00
Ten option codes
available
(see page 24)
01
C022
Terminal [12] function
C026
Alarm relay terminal
function
00
C028
[AM] signal selection
Two option codes
available
(see page 24)
00
C031
Terminal [11] active state
Terminal [12] active state
C036
Alarm relay terminal
active state
• 00 Normally open
(NO)
• 01 Normally
closed (NC)
00
C032
C041
Overload level setting
05
00
01
Rated
current of
inverter
C042
Frequency arrival setting for accel
0.0
C043
Arrival frequency setting for decel
0.0
C044
PID deviation level setting
C052
PID FBV function high limit
3.0
100.0
C053
PID FBV function variable low limit
C071
Communication speed selection
• 04 4800 bps
• 05 9600 bps
• 06 19200 bps
C072
Node allocation
0.0
06 / 04
1.
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Set
Value
Func.
Code
C074
Name / Description
Communication parity selection
• 00 No parity
• 01 Even parity
• 02 Odd parity
Default
Value
–FEF / –FU
00
C075
Communication stop bit selection
1
C076
Communication error select
• 00 Trip (error code E60)
• 01 Decelerate to stop and trip (error code E60)
• 02 Disable
• 03 Free run stop (coasting)
• 04 Decelerate to a stop
02
C077
Communication error time-out
C078
Communication wait time
C081
O input span calibration
100.0
C082
OI input span calibration
100.0
C085
Thermistor input tuning
100.0
C086
[AM] terminal offset tuning
0.0
C091
Debug mode enable
• 00 Display
• 01 No display
00
C101
Up/Down memory mode selection
• 00 Clear last frequency (return to default
frequency F001)
• 01 Keep last frequency adjusted by UP/DWN
00
C102
Reset selection
• 00 Cancel trip state at input signal ON transition, stops inverter if in Run Mode
• 01 Cancel trip state at signal OFF transition,
stops inverter if in Run Mode
• 02 Cancel trip state at input signal ON transition, no effect if in Run Mode
00
C141
Input A select for logic
output
00
C142
Input B select for logic
output
C143
Logic function select
• 00 [LOG] = A AND B
• 01 [LOG] = A OR B
• 02 [LOG] = A XOR B
00
C144
Terminal [11] ON delay
0.0
C145
Terminal [11] OFF delay
0.0
C146
Terminal [12] ON delay
0.0
0.00
0.
Nine option codes
available
(LOG excluded),
see page 24
21
01
Set
Value
Func.
Code
Name / Description
Default
Value
–FEF / –FU
C147
Terminal [12] OFF delay
0.0
C148
Output relay ON delay
0.0
C149
Output relay OFF delay
0.0
Set
Value
“H” Group: Motor Constants Functions
Func.
Code
Name / Description
H003/
H203
Motor capacity
H004/
H204
Motor poles setting
• 2 poles
• 6 poles
H006/
H206
Motor stabilization constant
Default
Value
–FEF / –FU
Factory set
4
• 4 poles
• 8 poles
100
22
Set
Value
Intelligent Input Terminal Listing
Symbol
Code
FW
00
Input Terminal Name
Forward Run/Stop
RV
01
Reverse Run/Stop
CF1
02
Multi-speed select, Bit 0 (LSB)
CF2
03
Multi-speed select, Bit 1
CF3
04
Multi-speed select, Bit 2
CF4
05
Multi-speed select, Bit 3 (LSB)
JG
06
Jogging
DB
07
External DC braking
SET
08
Set (select) second motor data
2CH
09
2-stage accel and decel
FRS
11
Free-run stop
EXT
12
External trip
USP
13
Unattended start protection
SFT
15
Software lock
AT
16
Analog input voltage/current sel.
RS
18
Reset inverter
PTC
19
PTC thermistor thermal protection
STA
20
Start (3-wire interface)
STP
21
Stop (3-wire interface)
F/R
22
FWD, REV (3-wire interface)
PID disable
PID
23
PIDC
24
PID Reset
UP
27
Remote control Up func.
DWN
28
Remote control Down func.
UDC
29
Remote control data clearing
OPE
31
Operator control
ADD
50
Add frequency enable
F-TM
51
Force Terminal Mode
—
255
Not selected
23
Intelligent Output Terminal Listing
Symbol
Code
RUN
00
Input Terminal Name
Run signal
FA1
01
Freq. arrival type 1 – constant speed
FA2
02
Freq. arrival type 2 – over-frequency
OL
03
Overload advance notice signal
OD
04
Output deviation for PID control
AL
05
Alarm signal
Dc
06
Analog input disconnect detect
FBV
07
PID second stage output
NDc
08
Network detection signal
LOG
09
Logic output function
Analog Input Configuration
The following table shows the parameter settings and [AT] state required
to select various analog input sources.
A005
[AT]
00
OFF
[O]
ON
[OI]
01
(ignored)
Sum (O + OI)
02
OFF
[O]
ON
Keypad potentiometer
03
External Frequency Command Input
OFF
[OI]
ON
Keypad potentiometer
Analog Output Function Listing
The following table shows the functions available for assignment to the
analog output terminal via terminal [AM], option set by C028:
Option
Code
Function Name
Description
Corresponding
Signal Range
00
Analog freq. monitor Actual motor speed
0 to max. freq. (Hz)
01
Analog current
output monitor
0 to 200%
Motor current (% of max.
rated output current)
24
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