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Inverter Software Version
The inverter software version can be read out from the monitor parameter U-10 or parameter n179. The parameter shows the last for digits of the software number (e.g. display is5740for the software version VSP015740). The manual describes the functionality of the Inverter software version VSP015740 (0.1 to 4.0 kW) and VSP105750 (5.5 and 7.5 kW). Older software versions do not support all described functions. Check the software version before starting to work with this manual.
Terminal Cover Digital Operator
Wiring Holes for Control Circuit Wiring Holes for Main Circuit Ground Terminal Cooling Fan Fan Cover
Front Cover Nameplate Heatsink Bottom Cover
Digital Operator (with potentiometer) JVOP-140 Used for setting or changing constants. Frequency can be set using the potentiometer.
Digital Operator (without potentiometer) JVOP-147 Used for setting or changing constants.
Blank cover In models without a Digital Operator, the blank cover is mounted in place of the Digital Operator.
2 Identifying the Parts V7AZ Inverters with the Covers Removed
Frequency-setting Potentiometer Inverter Operation Status Indicators Input Polarity Switch Short-circuit Bar Terminal Resistor Switch for Communication Circuit Voltage/Current Change Switch for Analog Frequency Reference Input Control Circuit Terminal Block Main Circuit Terminal Block
Example for 3-phase (200 V Class, 1.5 kW) Inverter
Frequency-setting Potentiometer Inverter Operation Status Indicators
Terminal Resistor Switch for Communication Circuit Input Polarity Switch Voltage/Current Change Switch for Analog Frequency Reference Input Control Circuit Terminal Block Short-circuit Bar
Main Circuit Terminal Block
Example for 3-phase (200 V Class, 0.1 kW) Inverter
Main Circuit Terminal Arrangement
The terminal arrangement of the main circuit terminals depends on the Inverter model.
CIMR-V7AZ20P1 to 20P7, B0P1 to B0P4
CIMR-V7AZ21P5, 22P2, B0P7, B1P5, 40P2 to 42P2
CIMR-V7AZ24P0, B2P2, 43P0, 44P0
CIMR-V7AZ25P5, 27P5, 45P5, 47P5
R/L1 S/L2 T/L3
B2 U/T1 V/T2 W/T3
Choosing a Location to Mount the Inverter
Be sure the Inverter is protected from the following conditions. Extreme cold and heat. Use only within the specified ambient temperature range: to 50 C (14 to 122 F) for IP20 (open chassis type), 10 to 40 C (14 to 105 F) for NEMA 1 (TYPE 1) 10 Rain and moisture Oil sprays and splashes Salt spray Direct sunlight (Avoid using outdoors.) Corrosive gases (e.g., sulfurized gas) or liquids Dust or metallic particles in the air Physical shock or vibration Magnetic noise (Examples: Welding machines, power devices, etc.) High humidity Radioactive substances Combustibles, such as thinner or solvents
Inverters of 5.5 and 7.5 kW After removing the terminal cover, use a screwdriver to loosen the mounting screw in direction 1.
Mounting the Bottom Cover
Mount the bottom cover by reversing the order of the above procedure for removal.
WARNING Only begin wiring after verifying that the power supply is turned OFF. Failure to observe this warning may result in an electric shock or a fire. Wiring should be performed only by qualified personnel. Failure to observe this warning may result in an electric shock or a fire. When wiring the emergency stop circuit, check the wiring thoroughly before operation. Failure to observe this warning may result in injury. For the 400 V Class, make sure to ground the supply neutral. Failure to observe this warning may result in an electric shock or a fire. Verify that the Inverter rated voltage coincides with the AC power supply voltage. Failure to observe this caution may result in personal injury or a fire. Do not perform a withstand voltage test on the Inverter. Performing withstand voltage tests may damage semiconductor elements. Always tighten terminal screws of the main circuit and the control circuits. Failure to observe this caution may result in a malfunction, damage, or a fire. Never connect the AC main circuit power supply to output terminals U/T1, V/T2, W/T3, B1, B2, -, +1, or +2. The Inverter will be damaged and the guarantee will be voided. Do not connect or disconnect wires or connectors while power is applied to the circuits. Failure to observe this caution may result in injury. Do not perform signal checks during operation. The machine or the Inverter may be damaged. To store a constant with an Enter Command by communications, be sure to take measures for an emergency stop by using the external terminals.
Delayed response may cause injury or damage the machine. Wiring Instructions
1. Always connect the power supply for the main circuit inputs to the power input terminals R/L1, S/L2, and T/L3 (R/L1, S/L2 for single-phase power) via a molded-case circuit breaker (MCCB) or a fuse. Never connect the , power supply to terminals U/T1, V/T2, W/T3, B1, B2, +1, or +2. The Inverter may be damaged. For single-phase Inverters, always use terminals R/L1 and S/L2. Never connect terminal T/L3. Fuses must be of ULclass RK5 fuse or an equivalent. Refer to page 224 for recommended peripheral devices.
WARNING If the power supply is turned ON while the FWD (or
REV) Run Command is given, the motor will start automatically. Turn the power supply ON after verifying that the RUN signal is OFF. Failure to observe this warning may result in injury.
1. If the FWD (or REV) Run Command is given when the Run Command from the control circuit terminal is selected (n003 = 1), the motor will start automatically after the main circuit input power supply is turned ON. 2. To set the 3-wire sequence, set terminal S3 (n052) to 0. 37
5 Operating the Inverter
The Control Mode Selection (n002) is initially set to V/f control mode.
WARNING Only turn ON the input power supply after confirming that the Digital Operator or blank cover (optional) are in place. Do not remove the Digital Operator or the covers while current is flowing. Failure to observe this warning may result in an electric shock. Never operate the Digital Operator or DIP switches with wet hands. Failure to observe this warning may result in an electric shock. Never touch the terminals while current is flowing, even if the Inverter is stopped. Failure to observe this warning may result in an electric shock.
Never touch the heatsinks, which can be extremely hot. Failure to observe this caution may result in harmful burns to the body. It is easy to change operation speed from low to high. Verify the safe working range of the motor and machine before operation. Failure to observe this caution may result in injury and machine damage. Install a holding brake separately if necessary. Failure to observe this caution may result in injury. Do not perform signal checks during operation. The machine or the Inverter may be damaged. All the constants set in the Inverter have been preset at the factory. Do not change the settings unnecessarily. The Inverter may be damaged.
The Inverter operates when a frequency (speed) is set. There are four operating modes for the V7AZ: 1. Run Command from the Digital Operator (potentiometer/digital setting) 2. Run Command from the control circuit terminals 3. Run Command from MEMOBUS communications 4. Run Command from communication card (optional) Prior to shipping, the Inverter is set up to receive the Run Command and frequency reference from the Operator. Below are instructions for running the V7AZ using the JVOP-147 Digital Operator (without potentiometer). For instructions on operation, refer to page 50. Operation reference or frequency reference constants can be selected separately as shown below.
Name Run Command Selection Frequency Reference Selection n003 Constant = 0 --- Enables run, stop, and reset from Digital Operator. = 1 --- Enables run and stop from control circuit terminals. = 2 --- Enables MEMOBUS communications. = 3 --- Enables communication card (optional). = 0 --- Enables the Digital Operators potentiometer setting. = 1 --- Enables Frequency Reference 1 (constant n024). = 2 --- Enables a voltage reference (0 to 10 V) at the control circuit terminal. = 3 --- Enables a current reference (4 to 20 mA) at the control circuit terminal. = 4 --- Enables a current reference (0 to 20 mA) at the control circuit terminal. = 5 --- Enables a pulse train reference at the control circuit terminal. = 6 --- Enables MEMOBUS communications. = 7 --- Enables a voltage reference (0 to 10 V) at the Digital Operators circuit terminal. = 8 --- Enables a current reference (4 to 20 mA) at the Digital Operators circuit terminal. = 9 --- Enables communication card (optional).
FWD Run/Stop REV Run/Stop
n003: 1 (Factory setting: 0) n050: 1 (Factory setting) n051: 2 (Factory setting)
For an example of three-wire sequence, refer to page 111. For more information on how to select the sequence polarity, refer to page 219.
Note: When the Inverter is operated without the Digital Operator, always set constant n010 to 0.
n010 = 0: Detects fault contact of the Digital Operator (factory setting) = 1: Does not detect fault contact of the Digital Operator
Operating (Run/Stop Commands) by Communications
Setting constant n003 to 2 in REMOTE mode enables using Run/Stop commands via MEMOBUS communications. For commands using communications, refer to page 134.
Selecting Frequency Reference
Select REMOTE or LOCAL mode in advance. For the method for selecting the mode, refer to page 62.
Select the command method using constant n008. n008=0: Enables using the potentiometer on the Digital Operator. =1: Enables digital setting on the Digital Operator (factory setting). The factory setting for models with the Digital Operator with a potentiometer (JVOP-140) is n008=0. Digital Setting Using the Digital Operator Input the frequency while is lit (press ENTER after setting the numeric value). Frequency reference setting is effective when 1 (factory setting: 0) is set for constant n009 instead of pressing ENTER. n009 =0: Enables frequency reference setting using the ENTER key. =1: Disables frequency reference setting using the ENTER key.
Select the command method in constant n004. n004 =0: Enables frequency reference setting using the potentiometer on the Digital Operator. =1: Enables using frequency reference 1 (n024) (factory setting) Factory setting of models with the Digital Operator with a potentiometer (JVOP-140) is n004=0. =2: Enables a voltage reference (0 to 10 V) (refer to the figure on page 64). =3: Enables a current reference (4 to 20 mA) (refer to page 119). =4: Enables a current reference (0 to 20 mA) (refer to page 119). =5: Enables a pulse train reference (refer to page 121). =6: Enables communication (refer to page 134). =7: Enables a voltage reference on Digital Operator circuit terminal CN2 (0 to 10 V) =8: Enables a current reference on Digital Operator circuit terminal CN2 (4 to 20 mA) =9: Enables communication card (optional). Example of frequency reference by voltage signal
n004=2 (factory setting: 1) (Frequency Setting Power FS +12 V 20 mA (0 to +10 V) FR (Master Frequency Reference) IM 2 k FC (0 V)
Master Frequency Reference
Frequency agree Zero speed Frequency detection 1 Frequency detection 2 Overtorque detection, NO contact output Overtorque detection, NC contact output Undertorque detected, NO contact output Undertorque detected, NC contact output Minor fault Base blocked Operating mode Inverter operation ready Fault retry UV
Name Reverse run Speed search Data output from communications
Description Closed during reverse run. Closed when Inverter conducts a speed search. Operates multi-function output terminal independently from Inverter operation (by MEMOBUS communication) Closed during PID feedback loss. Closed during frequency reference loss. Closed during Inverter overheat alert.
Ref. page 134
PID feedback loss Frequency reference loss Inverter overheat alert
monitor motor selection closed during select motor 2
Factory Settings No. n057 n058 n059 Terminal MA, MB P1 P2 Factory Setting 0 (fault) 1 (operating) 2 (frequency agree)
Frequency Agree Signal (setting=2)
Detection Width 2 Hz Output Frequency Frequency Agree Signal Release Width 4 Hz
Setting Frequency by Current Reference Input
When setting the frequency by inputting a current reference (4 to 20 mA or 0 to 20 mA) from the control circuit terminal FR, switch the DIP switch SW2 on the control circuit board to the I side.
Never input a voltage reference to control circuit terminal FR when DIP switch SW2 is switched to the I side. The Inverter might be damaged.
Current Reference Selection
After changing the DIP switch (V-I switch of SW2) to the I side, press PRGM on the Digital Operator, then set the following constants. Current reference (4 to 20 mA): constant n004 = 3 Current reference (0 to 20 mA): constant n004 = 4 Setting: n003 = 0
Press the Digital Operator keys to run or stop the Inverter. Switch FWD and REV run by setting the F/R LED. Set the frequency by the analog current signal [0 % to 100 % (max. frequency)/4 to 20 mA or 0 to 20 mA] connected to the control circuit terminals.
Current Reference 4 to 20 mA or 0 to 20 mA (n004 = 3 or 4
FS FR FC
Setting: n003 = 1
FWD Run/Stop REV Run/Stop Current Reference 4 to 20 mA or 0 to 20 mA (n004 = 3 or 4)
S1 S2 SC FS FR FC
Switch run/stop and FWD/REV run with switching device connected to the control circuit terminal. Multi-function input terminals S1 and S2 are set to Forward run/stop (n050=1) and Reverse run/stop (n051=2) respectively. Set frequency by the analog current signal [0 % to 100 % (max. frequency)/4 to 20 mA or 0 to 20 mA] connected to the control circuit terminal.
Maximum Voltage Output Frequency n013
Stall Prevention (Current Limit) Level while Running (n094)
Sets the stall prevention (current limit) level while running in units of 1%. (Inverter rated current = 100%) Factory setting: 160% A setting of 200% disables stall prevention (current limit) while running. If the stall prevention action current at speed agreement exceeds the value set for n094 for longer than 100 ms, deceleration starts. If the output current exceeds the value set for n094, deceleration continues. If the output current goes to the value set for n094, acceleration to the set frequency starts. Stall prevention acceleration/deceleration settings during operation are set either for the currently selected Acceleration Time, i.e., for Acceleration Time 1 (n019) and Deceleration Time 1 (n020), or for Acceleration Time 2 (n021) and Deceleration Time 2 (n022).
n094 Output Frequency
*1: Decreases the frequency to prevent the mo from stalling. *2: At the start of acceleration, the output curre hysterisis is approx. 5% of Inverter rated current.
100 ms *1
Stall Prevention during Operation Stall Prevention above Base Speed during Run (n115)
The stall prevention level can be decreased automatically in the constant output range.
Constant No. n115 Name Stall Prevention above Base Speed during Run Unit Setting Range 0=Disabled 1=Enabled Factory Setting 0
Setting Function The stall prevention level is the level set for constant n094 in all frequency areas. The following figure shows how the stall prevention level is automatically decreased in the constant output range (Max. frequency > Max. Voltage Output Frequency (n013)). The lower limit is 40% of the set value of n094.
Constant Output Area Operation Level n094 Operation Level Max. Voltage Output Frequency n013 n094 Output Frequency Lower Limit n013 Output Frequency
40% of n094
Acceleration/Deceleration Time Selection during Stall Prevention (n116)
With this function, Acceleration Time 2 (n021) and Deceleration Time 2 (n022) can be fixed as the acceleration/deceleration time when moving to prevent stalling during operation.
Constant No. n116 Name Acceleration/Deceleration Time Selection during Stall Prevention Unit Setting Range 0=Disabled 1=Enabled Factory Setting 0
Note: When the analog signal (0 to 10 V) input into terminal FR is used as the motor overheat signal for the PTC thermistor input (FR) (when n141 is set to 1 or higher), the signal cannot be used as a frequency reference or for PID feedback. (There are restrictions when setting constants.) The following settings cannot be set from the Digital Operator. (After the error is displayed on the Digital Operator, the value returns to the value before the change.) If the following settings are set from the MEMOBUS, a constant setting error will occur. (oP7 will flash on the Digital Operator.)
When n141 is set to 1 or higher: n004 (Frequency Reference Selection) cannot be set to 2, 3, or 4 (frequency reference of 0 to 10 V, 4 to 20 mA, or 0 to 20 mA, respectively). When n128 (PID Control Selection) is set to a value other than 0 (with PID control), n164 (PID Feedback Value Selection) cannot be set to 0, 1, or 2 (feedback values of 0 to 10 V, 4 to 20 mA, or 0 to 20 mA, respectively). Constant n141 cannot be set to 1 when n004 is set to 2, 3, or 4, and n128 is set to 1 and n164 is set to 0,1, or 2. Terminal Connection Diagram of PTC Thermistor Input Motor Overheat Protection
Multi-function input MA MB Multi-function output MC P1 FR (0 to 10 V: 20 k9) FC Multi-function output PHC
+V (+12 V) Voltage divider, 18 k9
Note: When performing motor overheat protection using the PTC thermistor input, be sure to set the V-I switch (SW2) on the DIP switch on the control circuit board to V.
Selecting Cooling Fan Operation
In order to increase the life of the cooling fan, the fan can be set to operate only when Inverter is running n039 = 0 (Factory setting): Operates only when Inverter is running (Continues operation for 1 minute after Inverter is stopped.) =1: Operates with power ON.
Using MEMOBUS (MODBUS) Communications
Serial communication is available with V7AZ using a programmable controller (MEMOCON series) and MEMOBUS (MODBUS). Refer to the MEMOBUS Instruction Manual (Manual No.: TOEZ-C736-70.1) for details of communications.
MEMOBUS (MODBUS) Communications
The MEMOBUS system is composed of a single master (PLC) and slaves (1 to 31 V7AZ units). Communication between master and slave (serial communication) is controlled according to the master program with the master initiating communication and the slave responding. The master sends a signal to one slave at a time. Each slave has a preregistered address number, and the master specifies the number and conducts signal communications. The slave receives the communications to carry out designated functions and reply to the master.
CAUTION While the constant is being stored after an Enter Com-
mand was issued, response to the commands or data input with the keys on the Digital Operator (JVOP-140) becomes poor. Be sure to take some measures for an emergency stop by using the external terminals (setting the external terminal to Run Command priority, or setting the multi-function input terminal to external fault, External Baseblock or emergency stop).
Maximum number of writing times of the non-volatile memory used for V7AZ is 100,000; do not execute the Enter Command excessively.
When a constant is changed from the Digital Operator, the constant data on the RAM is written to the non-volatile memory without the Enter Command. Constant No. n170 Name Enter Command operation selection (MEMOBUS communications) Unit Setting Factory Range Setting 0, 1 0
n170 Setting Description Accepts the Enter Command (constant saving) while the Inverter is stopped. Always accepts the Enter Command (constant storing). The new constant becomes valid even if the Enter Command is not input. If the Enter Command is not used, however, the value returns to the stored value when the power supply is turned ON again.
Register number 0900H is used only for write-in. If this register is readout, a register number error (error code: 02H) occurs.
Error Code 01H Function code error Function code from PLC is other than 03H, 08H, or 10H. Improper register number 02H No register numbers to be accessed have been registered. Enter Command 0900H (an exclusive-use register for write-in) was read out. Improper quantity 03H The number of data items to be read or written-in is not in the range between 1 and 16. The number of data items in a message is not the value obtained by multiplying the quantity by two in the write-in mode. Data setting error 21H A simple upper/lower limit error occurred with control data or constant write-in. A constant setting error occurred when a constant was written. Write-in mode error Attempt to write in a constant from PLC was made during running.* Attempt to write in an Enter Command from PLC was made during running (n170=0). Attempt to write in a constant from PLC was made during UV occurrence. Attempt to write in an Enter Command from PLC was made during UV occurrence. Attempt to write in a constant other than n001=12, 13 (constant initialization) from PLC was made during F04 occurrence. Attempt to write in a constant from PLC was made while data were being stored. Attempt to write in data exclusive for read-out from PLC was made. * Refer to the constants list for constants that can be changed during operation. Contents
6 Programming Features Performing Self-test
V7AZ is provided with a function to perform self-diagnosis for operation check of the serial communication I/F circuit. This function is called self-test. In the self-test, connect the sending terminal with the receiving terminal in the communication section. It checks if the data received by V7AZ is not being changed. It also checks if the data can be received normally. Carry out the self-test in the following procedure. 1. Turn ON the V7AZ power supply. Set constant n056 to 35 (selftest). 2. Turn OFF the V7AZ power supply. 3. Make the following wiring with the power supply turned OFF. 4. Turn the power ON.
(Note: Select NPN side for SW1.)
Normal operation: Operator displays frequency reference value. , fault signal is turned ON and Faulty operation: Operator displays Inverter ready signal is turned OFF.
Using PID Control Mode
For details on the PID control settings, refer to the block diagram of the Inverters internal PID control or the block diagram of the Operator analog speed reference.
PID Control Selection (n128)
Constant No. n128
Setting 8 Disabled. Enabled: Deviation is subject to derivative control. Enabled: Feedback signal is subject to derivative control. Enabled: Frequency reference + PID output, and deviation are subject to derivative control. Enabled: Frequency reference + PID output, and feedback signal are subject to derivative control. Enabled: Deviation is subject to derivative control. Enabled: Feedback signal is subject to derivative control. Enabled: Frequency reference + PID output, and deviation are subject to derivative control. Enabled: Frequency reference + PID output, and feedback signal are subject to derivative control. Reverse (Reverse the PID output.)
Name PID Control Selection
Setting Range 0 to 8
PID Output Characteristics Forward
Set one of the above values when using PID control. The following table shows how to determine the target value and the feedback value to be input when PID control is enabled.
Input Target Value The currently selected frequency reference Condition Determined by the Frequency Reference Selection (n004). When LOCAL mode is selected, the target value is determined by the Frequency Reference Selection in Local Mode (n008). When multi-step speed references are selected, the currently selected frequency reference will be the target value. -
The software number of the Inverter for which constants are stored in the Digital Operator is displayed. Example: Displaying Software No. of Inverter for which Constants are Stored in EEPROM in Digital Operator
Explanation Enable the setting for constants n001 to n179. Press DSPL and Operator Display (May be a different constant number) (Lit) (May be a different set value.) (Flashes) (Lit for one second.) (The constant number is displayed.) Execute Software No. Display (Sno)* using the Constant Copy Function Selection (n176). Change the constant number to n176 by pressing the or key. Press ENTER to display the set value. Change the set value to Sno by pressing the or key. Press ENTER. (Lit) (Lit) (Lit) (Software version: for example VSP010013) (The constant number is displayed.)
PRGM will light. Press ENTER to display
the set value. Change the set value to 4 by pressing the or key. Press ENTER.
* Displays the lower 4 digits of the software version.
Operator Display Description Lit: Constant copy function selection enabled. Lit: READ selected. Flashes: READ under execution. Lit: Writing (COPY) selected. Flashes: Writing (COPY) under execution. Lit: VERIFY selected. Flashes: VERIFY under execution. Lit: Inverter capacity display selected. Lit: Software No. display selected. Lit: READ, COPY (writing), VERIFY completed. Flashes: Attempt made to execute READ while Constant Read Selection Prohibit (n177) is set to 0. Flashes: The constant could not be read properly for READ operation. Or, a main circuit low voltage is detected during READ operation. Flashes: A checksum error occurred in the constant data stored in the Digital Operator. Flashes: The password for the connected Inverter and that for the constant data stored in the Digital Operator disagree. Example: Writing (COPY) from V7AZ to VS mini J7 Flashes: No constant data stored in the Digital Operator. Flashes: Attempt made to execute writing (COPY) or VERIFY between different voltage classes or different control modes. Flashes: A main circuit low voltage was detected during writing (COPY) operation. Lit: A checksum error occurred in the constant data stored in the Inverter. Corrective Action Confirm the necessity to execute READ, then set Constant Read Selection Prohibit (n177) to 1 to execute READ. Confirm that the main circuit power supply voltage is correct, then re-execute READ.
The constants stored in the Digital Operator cannot be used. Re-execute READ to store the constants in the Digital Operator. Check if the Inverters are the same product series.
Execute READ. Check each voltage class and control mode.
Confirm that the main circuit power supply voltage is correct, then re-execute writing (COPY). Initialize the constants. If an error occurs again, replace the Inverter due to a failure of constant memory element (EEPROM) in the Inverter. Press ENTER to continue the execution of COPY or VERIFY. Press STOP to interrupt the execution of COPY or VERIFY.
Flashes: Attempt made to execute COPY or VERIFY between different Inverters or different capacities.
Operator Display Description Flashes: A communications error occurred between the Inverter and the Digital Operator. Corrective Action Check the connection between the Inverter and Digital Operator. If a communications error occurs during the READ operation or writing (COPY) operation, always re-execute the READ or COPY.
Note: While rEd, CPy, or vFy is flashing, key input on the Digital Operator is disabled. While rEd, CPy and vFy are not flashing, pressing DSPL or
ENTER redisplays the constant number.
Customer Specific Display Scaling
Constants and Monitor Displays for Which Selection of Unit Function is Valid
Item Frequency reference constants Contents Frequency References 1 to 8 (Constants n024 to n031) Jog Frequency Reference (Constant n032) Frequency References 9 to 16 (Constants n120 to n127) Monitor display Frequency Reference Display (FREF) Output Frequency Display (FOUT) Frequency Reference Display (U-01) Output Frequency Display (U-02)
Setting/Displaying Unit Selection for Frequency Reference (n035)
The frequency reference, output frequency, and the numeric data of frequency reference constants can be displayed in %, rpm, or m/min according to the set value of constant n035.
Constant No. n035 Constant Name Setting/Displaying Unit Selection for Frequency Reference Description 0: Units of 0.01 Hz (less than 100 Hz) 0.1 Hz (100 Hz and more) 1: Units of 0.1% 2 to 39: Units of rpm (set the number of motor poles) 40 to 3999: Any unit Factory Setting 0
6 Programming Features n035 Settings
Setting 2 to 39 Description Setting unit: 0.01 Hz (below 100 Hz), 0.1 Hz (above 100 Hz ) Setting in units of 0.1%: 100.0% at Fmax (n011) Setting in units of 1 rpm: (Set number of motor poles in n035) Display = 120 x frequency value [Hz] / number of motor poles Limits: 9999 rpm and rpm x n035 / Hz Set the display value at 100% of frequency reference (set value of Fmax (n011)) at the 1st to 4th digits of n035. The 4th digit of n035, sets the position of decimal point. The 1st to 3rd digits of n035, sets the display value at 100% frequency reference (excluding decimal point). 4th digit Position of decimal point 0 1. 2. 3 0. Example: To display 20.0 at 100% of frequency reference, set n035 to 1200. Limits: max. Display value 999 (3 lower digits of n035)
Status Indicators Digital Operator (JVOP-140) Terminals
Wiring Distance between Inverter and Motor Enclosure
Open chassis (IP20, IP00)*7, or enclosed wall-mounted NEMA 1 (TYPE 1) *8 Cooling fan is provided for the following models: 400 V, 1.5 kW or larger Inverters (3-phase) Other models are self-cooling. Open chassis (IP20, IP00): to 50 C (14 to 122 F) 10 Enclosed wall-mounted NEMA 1 (TYPE 1): to 40 C (14 to 105 F) 10 (not frozen) 95 % or less (non-condensing) to 60 C ( to 140 F) Indoor (free from corrosive gases or dust) 1,000 m (3,280 ft) or less Up to 9.8 m/s2 (1G) at 10 to less than 20 Hz, up to 2 m/s2 (0.2G) at 20 to 50 Hz
* 1. Based on a standard 4-pole motor for max. applicable motor output. * 2. Shows deceleration torque for uncoupled motor decelerating from 60 Hz with the shortest possible deceleration time. * 3. The operation level becomes approx. 50% of Inverter rated output current in case of Inverters of 5.5 kW or 7.5 kW. * 4. The ground fault here is one which occurs in the motor wiring while the motor is running. A ground fault may not be detected in the following cases. A ground fault with low resistance which occurs in motor cables or terminals. A ground fault occurs when the power is turned ON. * 5. Minimum permissible load: 5 VDC, 10 mA (as reference value) * 6. For details, refer to Carrier Frequency Selection (n080)14kHz max on page 93. * 7. 0P1 to 3P7 are of IP20. Be sure to remove the top and bottom covers when Inverter 5P5 or 7P5 of open chassis mounting type is used. * 8. NEMA 1 of 0P1 to 3P7 is optional, while NEMA 1 of 5P5 and 7P5 is provided as standard. * 9. Temperature during shipping (for short period).
DC Reactor (Optional)
Thermal Overload Braking Resistor (Optional) Relay
Power Supply For Singlephase. Use R/L1 and S/L2.
+2 R/L1 S/L2 T/L3
Forward Run/Stop Reverse Run/Stop External Fault (NO Contact) Fault Reset Multi-step Speed Ref. 1 Multi-step Speed Ref. 2 Jog Command
S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 S6 S7 SW1 NPN +24V SC PNP MA MB MC
Multi-function Contact Output*VAC: 1 A or less 30 VDC: 1 A or less
Pulse Train Input Frequency Ref.
RP FS FR
Shield connection terminal Reference Pulse Train (Max. 33 kHz)
Frequency Setting Power Supply (+12 V 20 mA)
Multi-function Photocoupler Output +48 VDC, 50 mA or less
2k P P
Frequency Setting Potentiometer
Frequency Reference PC 0 to +10 V (20 k) 4 to 20 mA (250 )/0 to 20 mA (250 )
Digital Operator Frequency Setting Potentiometer
0 to 10 V 4 to 20 mA P P 0V
V/f Control Mode (n002 = 0) 1.3 Hz 12.0 V*1 *2 1.3 Hz 12.0 V*1 *2 0.3 s 0.0 2.0 s
Vector Control Mode (n002 = 1) 3.0 Hz 11.0 V*1 1.0 Hz 4.3 V*1 0.2 s 1.0 0.2 s
n014 n015 n016 n017 n104 n111 n112
Mid. Output Frequency Mid. Output Frequency Voltage Min. Output Frequency Min. Output Frequency Voltage Torque Compensation Time Constant Slip Compensation Gain Slip Compensation Gain Time Constant
* 1. Values are doubled for 400 V Class. * 2. 10.0 V for 5.5 kW and 7.5 kW Inverters of 200 V Class and 20.0 V of 400 V Class.
Factory Settings That Change with the Inverter Capacity
200 V Class 3-phase
No. Name Inverter Capacity Unit kW A W Hz
0.1 kW 0.25 kW 0.55 kW
1.1 kW 1.5 kW 2.2 kW 4.0 kW 5.5 kW 7.5 kW
n036 Motor Rated Current n105 Torque Compensation Iron Loss n106 Motor Rated Slip n107 Motor Line-to-neutral Resistance * n108 Motor Leakage Inductance n110 Motor No-load Current n159 Motor 2 Mid. Output Frequency Voltage n160 Motor 2 Min. Output Frequency Voltage
0.6 1.7 2.5
1.1 3.4 2.6
1.9 4.2 2.9
3.3 6.5 2.5
6.2 11.1 2.6
8.5 11.8 2.9
14.1 19.6 26.3.3 28.8 43.9 1.5 1.3
17.99 10.28 4.573 2.575 1.233 0.8 0.385 0.199 0.111
mH 110.4 56.08 42.21 19.07 13.4 9.81 6.34 4.22 2.65 % V V 72 12.0 12.12.0 12.12.0 12.12.0 12.26 30
12.0 12.0 12.0 10.0 10.0 12.0 12.0 12.0 10.0 10.0
* Sets the value of the motor resistance for one phase.
200 V Class Single-phase
No. Name Inverter Capacity Unit Factory Setting
kW 0.1 kW 0.25 kW 0.55 kW 1.1 kW 1.5 kW 2.2 kW 4.0 kW A W Hz mH % V V 0.6 1.7 2.5 17.99 110.12.0 12.0 1.1 3.4 2.6 10.28 56.12.0 12.0 1.9 4.2 2.9 4.573 42.12.0 12.0 3.3 6.5 2.5 6.2 11.1 2.6 8.5 11.8 2.9 0.8 9.12.0 12.0 14.3.3 0.385 6.12.0 12.0
2.575 1.233 19.12.0 12.0 13.12.0 12.0
400 V Class 3-phase
0.37 kW 0.55 kW 1.1 kW
1.5 kW 2.2 kW 3.0 kW 4.0 kW 5.5 kW 7.5 kW
n036 Motor Rated Current n105 Torque Compensation Iron Loss n106 Motor Rated Slip n107 Motor Line-to-neutral Resistance *
0.6 3.4 2.5
1.0 4.0 2.7
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