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WARNING DISPLAY

A warning label is displayed on the front cover of the inverter, as shown below. Follow these instructions when handling the inverter.

PLASTIC CASE

QUALIFICATION MARK NAMEPLATE STATUS INDICATOR LAMP WARNING DISPLAY
Warning Display (Back of this manual) English/French Warning Display A Japanese warning display is on the front panel of the inverter. If you need English or French warning display, use the stickers at the back of this manual. Place it over the Japanese warning display.

Risk of electric shock.

Read manual before installing. Wait 1 minute for capacitor discharge after disconnecting power supply. To conform to requirements, make sure to ground the supply neutral for 400V class.

English French Japanese

AVERTISSEMENT Risque de dcharge lectrique.
Lire le manuel avant Iinstallation. Attendre 1 minute aprs la coupure de Ialimentation, pour permettre la dcharge des condensateurs. Pour rpondre aux exigences , sassurer que le neutre soit reli la terre, pour la srie 400V.

Warning Display

Example of 200V class, 3-phase, 1.5kW inverter
CONTENTS NOTES FOR SAFE OPERATION3 1. RECEIVING15
Checking the Name Plate 15
2. IDENTIFYING THE PARTS 16 3. MOUNTING 17
Choosing a Location to Mount the Inverter17 Mounting Dimensions18 Mounting/Removing Components 19

4. WIRING 20

Wiring Instructions 20 Wire and Terminal Screw Sizes21 Wiring the Main Circuit 24 Wiring the Control Circuit 25 Wiring Inspection26
5. OPERATING THE INVERTER 27
Test Run 27 Operating the Digital Operator 29 LED Description 31 Simple Data Setting 35
6. PROGRAMMING FEATURES 36
Constant Set-up and Initialization 36 Selecting V/f pattern 37 Switching LOCAL/REMOTE Modes40 Selecting Run/Stop Commands41 Selecting Frequency Reference42 Setting Operation Conditions 43 Reverse run prohibit 43 Multi-step speed selection43 Operating at low speed44 Adjusting speed setting signal45 Adjusting frequency upper and lower limits 47 Using two accel/decel times 47

Mounting Dimensions

To mount the VS mini, dimensions as shown below are required.
Mounting / Removing Components
Removing and Mounting Digital Operator and Covers
Removing front cover Use a driver to loosen the screw on the front cover surface to direction 1 to remove it. Then press the right and left sides to direction 2 and lift the front cover to direction 3. Mounting front cover Insert the tab of the upper part of the front cover into the groove of the inverter, and press the lower part of the front cover onto the plastic case until the cover snaps shut. Then, tighten the screws. Removing option cover After removing front cover, remove the option cover to direction 2 with section A as a supporting point. Mounting option cover Mount the terminal cover in the descending order of the above procedure for removal. Removing upper/bottom covers After removing front cover, lift the covers to direction 1. Mounting upper/bottom covers Mount the front cover in the descending order of the above procedure for removal.

4. WIRING

Wiring Instructions
(1) Always connect the power supply (for main circuit inputs) and power input terminals R/L1, S/L2, and T/L3 (R/L1, S/L2 for single-phase) via a molded-case circuit breaker (MCCB) or a fuse. Never connect them to terminals U/T1,V/T2,W/T3, -, +1, or +2. The inverter may be damaged. Refer to page 108 for Recommended Peripheral Devices. For singlephase inverters, always use terminal R/L1 or S/L2. Never connect to terminal T/L3. Inverter Power Connection Terminals
200V 3-phase Input 200V Single Input Power Supply Specification Product Power Supply Specification Product CIMR-J7??B??? CIMR-J7??2??? Connect to R/L1, S/L2, T/L3 Connect to R/L1, S/L2 400V 3-phase Input Power Supply Specification Product CIMR-J7??4??? Connect to R/L1, S/L2, T/L3
(2) If the wiring distance between inverter and motor is long, reduce the inverter carrier frequency. For details, refer to Reducing motor noise or leakage current (n46) on page 57. (3) Control wiring must be less than 50m in length and separate from the power wiring. Use twisted-pair shielded wire when inputting the frequency signal externally. (4) Tighten the screws on the main circuit and control circuit terminals. (5) Do not connect or disconnect wiring, or perform signal check white the power supply is turned ON. (6) For 400V class inverters, make sure to ground the supply neutral to conform to CE requirements. (7) Only basic insulation to meet the requirements of protection class 1 and overvoltage category II is provided with control circuit terminals. Additional insulation may be necessary in the end product to conform to CE requirements. (8) A closed-loop connector should be used when wiring to the main circuit terminal. (9) Voltage drop should be considered when determining wire size. Voltage drop can be calculated using the following equation: Phase-to phase voltage drop (V) = 3 wire resistance (/km) wiring distance (m) current (A) 10-3 Select a wire size so that voltage drop will be less than 2% of the normal rated voltage.

For single-phase inverters, always use terminals R/L1 and S/L2. Never connect to terminal T/L3.)
Grounding (Use ground terminal
Make sure to ground the ground terminal according to the local grounding code. Never ground the VS mini in common with welding machines, motors, or other electrical equipment. When several VS mini units are used side by side, ground each unit as shown in examples. Do not loop the ground wires.
Connect with a Phillips (plus) screwdriver.
Wiring the Control Circuit
Only basic insulation is provided for the control circuit terminals. Additional insulation may be necessary in the end product. Control Circuit terminals Pass the cable through wiring hole and connect. Be sure to mount the covers in its original position.

PNP NPN

MA MB MC
S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 SC FS FR FC AM AC
* SW7 can be changed according to sequence input signal (S1 to S5) polarity. 0V common: NPN side +24V common: PNP side Refer to page 103 for SW7. Refer to page 67 for SW8.
Wiring the control circuit terminals Screwdriver blade width

0.4 mm max

2.5 mm max
Insert the wire into the lower part of the terminal block and connect it tightly with a screwdriver.

5.5 mm

Wire sheath strip length must be 5.5mm.
Open the front cover and verify that the strip length is 5.5mm.

Wiring Inspection

After completing wiring, check the following : Wiring is proper. Wire clippings or screws are not left in the unit. Screws are securely tightened. Bare wire in the terminal does not contact other terminals.
If the FWD (REV) run command is given during the operation reference selection (n02=1) from the control circuit terminal, the motor will start automatically after the main circuit input power supply is turned ON.
5. OPERATING THE INVERTER

Test Run

The inverter operates by setting the frequency (speed). There are three types of operation modes for the VS mini : 1 Run command from the digital operator (potentiometer/digital setting). 2 Run command from the control circuit terminal. 3 Run command from communications (MEMOBUS communications). Prior to shipping, the drive is set up to receive run command and frequency reference from the operator. Below are instructions for running the VS mini using the digital operator (with potentiometer). For instructions on operation, refer to page 35. Operation reference or frequency reference constants can be selected separately as shown below.

LO/RE PRGM

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Press to run the motor. Press to stop the motor. (Press to reset at faults.)
Press to increase constant no./data value. Press to decrease constant no./data value.
Function display LEDs (Color in parenthesis indicates the color of LED.)
FREF FOUT Frequency reference Output frequency setting/monitoring monitor (GREEN) (GREEN) F/R Operator RUN command FWD/REV selection (GREEN) IOUT Output current monitor (GREEN) LO/RE LOCAL/REMOTE Selection (RED) MNTR Multi-function monitor (GREEN) PRGM Constant no./data (RED)
Description of Status Indicator LEDs There are two LEDs on the middle right section of the face of the VS mini. The inverter status is indicated by various combinations of ON, BLINKING and OFF LEDs. RUN indicator and status indicator on the RUN button have the same function.
: ON : BLINKING (Long Blinking) : BLINKING : OFF Operation Ready Ramp to Stop Normal Operation RUN ALARM (During Stop) RUN ALARM (Green) (Red) RUN ALARM RUN ALARM
For details on how the status indicator LEDs function at inverter faults, refer to Section 8 FAULT DIAGNOSIS on page 87. If a fault occurs, the ALARM LED lights. The fault can be reset by turning ON the fault reset signal (or pressing STOP RESET key on the digital operator) with the operation signal OFF or by turning OFF the power supply. If the operation signal is ON, the fault cannot be reset by the fault reset signal.

LED Description

By pressing DSPL on the digital operator, each of the function LEDs can be selected. The following flowchart describes each function LED.

Power ON

Frequency reference setting/monitor (Hz) Sets VS mini operation speed. DSPL
Output frequency monitor (Hz) Displays frequency that VS mini is currently outputting. Setting disabled. DSPL
Output current monitor (A) Displays current that VS mini is currently outputting. Setting disabled. DSPL
If the VS mini loses power while in one of these modes, it will return to this mode once power is restored.
Multi-function monitor Description of the selected monitor is displayed. (Refer to pages 32 for details.) DSPL

* Factory setting : 100%

Frequency reference bias (n42)
The frequency reference provided when analog input is 0V (4mA or 0mA) can be set in units of 1%. (max. output frequency n09=100%)

* Factory setting : 0%

Typical Setting To operate the inverter with frequency reference of 50% to 100% at 0 to 5V input

MAX. FREQUENCY (100%)

Gain n41 = 200 Bias n42 = 0
To operate the inverter with frequency reference of 50% to 100% at 0 to 10V input
MAX. FREQUENCY (100%) 50% 0V 10V
Gain n41 = 100 Bias n42 = 50
Adjusting frequency upper and lower limits
Frequency reference upper limit (n30) Sets the upper limit of the frequency reference in units of 1%. (n09: Max. output frequency = 100%) Factory setting: 100%
FREQUENCY UPPER LIMIT INTERNAL (n30) FREQUENCY FREQUENCY REFERENCE LOWER LIMIT (n31) SET FREQUENCY REFERENCE
Frequency reference lower limit (n31) Sets the lower limit of the frequency reference in units of 1%. (n09: Max. output frequency = 100%) When operating at frequency reference 0, operation is continued at the frequency reference lower limit. However, when frequency reference lower limit is set to less than the min. output frequency (n14), operation is not performed. Factory setting: 0%
Using two accel/decel times
ACCEL TIME 1 (n16) DECEL TIME 1 ACCEL (n17) TIME 2 (n18) DECEL TIME 2* (n19) DECEL TIME 1* (n17)

OUTPUT FREQUENCY

FORWARD (REVERSE) RUN COMMAND MULTI-STEP SPEED REFERENCE ACCEL/DECEL TIME SELECTION (TERMINAL S2 TO S5)

ON ON ON

* When deceleration to a stop is selected (n04 = 0).
By setting input terminal function selection (either of n36 to n39) to 11 (accel/decel time select), accel/decel time is selected by turning ON/OFF the accel/decel time select (terminal S2 to S5). At OFF : n16 (accel time 1) n17 (decel time 1) At ON : n18 (accel time 2) n19 (decel time 2) 47
Accel time Set the time needed for output frequency to reach 100% from 0%. Decel time Set the time needed for output frequency to reach 0% from 100%. (Maximum output frequency n09=100%) Automatic restart after momentary power loss (n47) When momentary power loss occurs, operation restarts automatically.
Setting 0 1* 2* Description Continuous operation after momentary power loss not provided. Continuous operation after power recovery within momentary power loss ridethru time Continuous operation after power recovery (Fault output not provided)
* Hold the operation command to continue the operation after recovery from a momentary power loss. When 2 is selected, operation restarts if power supply voltage reaches its normal level while control power supply is held. No fault signal is output.

Setting enabled only for UP/DOWN command n39 (terminal S5) Setting enabled only for Self-test n39 (terminal S5) * Numbers 2 to 5 is displayed in corresponding to the terminal numbers S1 to S5 respectively.

Initial setting

No. n36 n37 n38 n39 Terminal S2 S3 S4 S5 Initial Setting Function Reverse run (2-wire sequence selection) Fault reset External fault (NO contact output) Multi-step speed reference 1
Terminal function at 3-wire sequence selection When 0 is set at the terminal S3 (n37), terminal S1 becomes run command, terminal S2 becomes stop command, and terminal S3 becomes FWD/REV run command.
RUN SW VS mini STOP SW (NO CONTACT) (NC CONTACT) S1 Run command (Run when closed) S2 Stop command S3 (Stop when open) FWD/REV run selection SC FWD run when open

( REV run when closed)

LOCAL/REMOTE select (setting: 17) Select operation reference either by the digital operator or by the settings of run command selection (n02) and frequency reference selection (n03). LOCAL/REMOTE select is available only during stop. Open : Run according to the setting of run command selection (n02) or frequency reference selection (n03). Closed : Run by frequency reference and run command from the digital operator. (Example) Set n02 = 1, n03 = 2, n07 = 0. Open : Run by frequency reference from multi-function input terminal FR and run command from multi-function input terminals S1 to S5. Closed : Run by volume frequency reference and run command from the digital operator. UP/DOWN command (setting: n39 = 34) With the FWD (REV) run command entered, accel/decel is enabled by inputting the UP or DOWN signals to multi-function input terminals S4 and S5 without changing the frequency reference, so that operation can be performed at the desired speed. When UP/DOWN commands are specified by n39, any function set to n38 becomes disabled; terminal S4 becomes an input terminal for the UP command and terminal S5 for the DOWN command.
Multi-function Input Terminal Closed Open Open Closed S4 (UP command) Multi-function Input Terminal Open Closed Open Closed S5 (DOWN command) Operation Status Accel Decel Hold Hold
Time Chart at UP/DOWN Command Input
FWD RUN UP COMMAND S4 DOWN COMMAND S5 UPPER LIMIT SPEED
LOWER LIMIT SPEED OUTPUT FREQUENCY FREQUENCY AGREED SIGNAL

D1 H U

U = UP (accelerating) status D = DOWN (decelerating) status H = HOLD (constant speed) status U1 = UP status, clamping at upper limit speed D1 = DOWN status, clamping at lower limit speed Notes : 1. When UP/DOWN command is selected, the upper limit speed is set regardless of frequency reference. Upper limit speed = Max. output frequency (n09) Frequency reference upper limit (n30)/100% 2. Lower limit value is either min. output frequency (n14) or Max. output frequency (n09) frequency reference lower limit (n31)/100% (whichever is larger.). 3. When the FWD (REV) run command is input, operation starts at the lower limit speed without an UP/DOWN command. 4. If the jog command is input while running by the UP/DOWN command, the jog command has priority. 5. Multi-step speed reference 1 to 3 is not effective when UP/DOWN command is selected. Multi-step speed reference is effective during running in hold status. 6. When 1 is set for HOLD output frequency memory selection (n62), output frequency can be recorded during HOLD. Setting Description Output frequency is not recorded during HOLD. When HOLD status is continued for 5 seconds or longer, the output frequency during HOLD is recorded and the inverter restarts at the recorded frequency.

MOTOR CURRENT n57

* reduces frequency prevent speed loss at acceleration start, output current hysterisis is approx., 5% of inverter rated current.

100msec

Stall prevention (current limit) function during deceleration (n55) To prevent overvoltage during deceleration, the inverter automatically lengthen the deceleration time according to the value of main circuit DC voltage.

FREQUENCY

Setting 0 1
Stall prevention (current limit) during deceleration Provided Not Provided
Controls the deceleration time to prevent overvoltage fault.

SET DECEL TIME

Decreasing Motor Speed Fluctuation
Slip compensation As the load becomes larger, motor speed is reduced and motor slip value is increased. The slip compensating function controls the motor speed at a constant value even if the load varies. When inverter output current is equal to the motor rated current (n32), the compensation frequency is added to the output frequency.
Compensation frequency = Motor rated slip (n64) Output current Motor no-load current (n65) Motor rated current (n32) Motor no-load current (n65) Slip compensation gain (n66) Constants

No. n32 n64 n65 n66 n67

Setting range

Initial Setting

Motor rated current 0.1A 0 to 120% of inverter rated current Motor rated slip Motor no-load current Slip compensation gain Slip compensation time constant 0.1Hz 0.0 to 20Hz 1% 0.1 0.1s 0 to 99% (100%=Motor rated current n32) 0.0 to 2.5 0.0 to 25.5s When 0.0s is set, delay time becomes 2.0s

0.0 2.0s

* Differs depending on inverter capacity. Notes : 1. Slip compensation is not performed in the following condition: Output frequency < min. output frequency (n14) 2. Slip compensation is not performed during regeneration. 3. Slip compensation is not performed when motor rated current (n32) is set to 0.0A.

Motor Protection

Motor overload detection The VS mini protects against motor overload with a built-in electronic thermal overload relay. Motor rated current (electronic thermal reference current, n32) Set to the rated current value shown on the motor nameplate.

Open FWD/REV command of control circuit terminals.

FRN Blinking CE Blinking

Check the following: Cooling fan Cooling fan wiring is not connected. Check the comunication devices or signals.
CE (MEMOBUS comunications fault)
Fault Display and Contents
Fault Display Digital RUN ALARM Operator (Green) (Red) Inverter Status Explanation
OC (Overcurrent) Inverter output current momentarily exceeds approx. 200% of rated current. (Control power supply fault) Voltage fault of control power supply is detected.
Short circuit or grounding at inverter output side Excessive load GD2 Extremely rapid accel/ decel time (constants n019 to n022) Special motor used Starting motor during coasting Motor of a capacity greater than the inverter rating has been started. Magnetic contactor open/closed at the inverter output side Cycle power. If the fault remains, replace the inverter.
Protective Operation Output is shut OFF and motor coasts to a stop.
GF (Ground fault) Ground fault current at the inverter output exceeded inverter rated current. OV (Main circuit overvoltage) Main circuit DC voltage exceeds the overvoltage detection level because of excessive regenerative energy from the motor. Detection level: 200V:Stops at main circuit DC voltage below approx. 410V 400V:Stops at main circuit DC voltage approx. 820V or more UV1 (Main circuit low voltage) Main circuit DC voltage drops below the lowvoltage detection level while the inverter output is ON. 200V:Stops at main circuit DC voltage below approx. 200V(160V for single-phase) 400V:Stops at main circuit DC voltage approx. 400V or more
Check that motor insulation has not deteriorated. Check the connection between inverter and motor. Insufficient decel time (constants n17 and n18) Lowering of minus load (elevator, etc.)

Increase decel time.

Reduction of input power supply voltage Open phase of input supply Occurrence of momentary power loss Check the following : Power supply voltage Main circuit power supply wiring is connected. Terminal screws are securely tightened.
Fault Display Digital RUN ALARM Operator (Green) (Red)
OH (Cooling fin overheat) Temperature rise because of inverter overload operation or intake air temperature rise.
Excessive load Improper V/f pattern setting Insufficient accel time if the fault occurs during acceleration Intake air temperature exceeding 50: Cooling fan stops Check the following : Load size V/f pattern setting (constants n09 to n15) Intake air temperature.
Protective Operation Output is shut OFF and motor coasts to a stop. OL1 (Motor overload) Motor overload protection operates by built-in electronic thermal overload relay.

Check the load size or V/f pattern setting (constants n09 to n15) Set the motor rated current shown on the nameplate by constant n32. Check the load size or V/f pattern setting (constants n09 to n15) Check the inverter capacity. Check the driven machine and correct the cause of the fault, or increase the value of constant n60 up to the highest value allowed for the machine.
OL2 (Inverter overload) Inverter overload protection operates by built-in electronic thermal overload relay. OL3 (Overtorque detection) Inverter output current exceeded the preset value in constant n60. When overtorque is detected, inverter performs operation according to the preset setting of constant n59.
EF? Check the external circuit (External fault) (sequence). Inverter receives an external fault input from control circuit terminal. EF0: External fault reference through MEMOBUS communications EF2: External fault input command from control circuit terminal S2 EF3: External fault input command from control Protective circuit terminal S3 Operation EF4: External fault input command from control Output is circuit terminal S4 shut OFF and motor EF5: External fault input command from control coasts to circuit terminal S5 a stop. CPF-00 Initial memory fault has detected. CPF-01 ROM error has detected. CPF-04 EEPROM fault of inverter control circuit is detected. Cycle power. If the fault remains, replace the inverter. Cycle power. If the fault remains, replace the inverter. Record all constant data and initialize the constants. (Refer to page 36 for constant initialization.) Cycle power. If the fault remains, replace the inverter.

F00 F01

Fault Display Digital RUN ALARM Operator (Green) (Red) F05
CPF-05 AD converter fault is detected.
Cycle power. If the fault remains, replace the inverter. Remove power to the inverter. Check the connection of the digital operator. Verify inverter software number. Cycle power. If the fault remains, replace the inverter.
CPF-06 Option card connecting Protective fault Operation A non-corresponding option card is connected. Output is shut OFF and motor CPF-07 Operator control circuit coasts to (EEPROM or A/D a stop. converter) fault CE(MEMOBUS communications fault) Normal reception of communication data is not possible. STP(Emergency stop) The inverter stops according to constant n04 after receiving the emergency stop fault signal.
Check the communication devices or communication signals.

(OFF)

Stops according to Insufficient power constant supply voltage Control power supply fault Hardware fault
Check the following : Power supply voltage Main circuit power supply wiring is connected. Terminal screws are securely tightened. Control sequence. Replace the inverter.
Note : For display/clear of fault history, refer to page 34.

Troubleshooting

Output Characteristics

Max. Applicable Motor Output kW * Inverter Capacity (kVA) Rated Output Current (A)
Max. Output Voltage (V) 3-phase, 380 to 460V (proportional to input voltage) Max. Output Frequency (Hz) Rated input Voltage and Frequency Allowable Voltage Fluctuation Allowable Frequency Fluctuation Control Method Frequency Control Range Frequency Accuracy (Temperature Change) Frequency Setting Resolution 400Hz(Programmable) 3-phase, 380 to 460V, 50/60Hz -15 to + 10% 5% Sine wave PWM (V/f control) 0.1 to 400Hz Digital reference: 0.01% (-10 to + 50C) Analog reference: 0.5% (25 10C) Digital reference: 0.1Hz (less than 100Hz) / 1Hz (100Hz or more) Analog reference: 1 / 1000 of max. output frequency 0.01Hz 150% rated output current for one minute 0 to 10VDC (20k), 4 to 20mA (250), 0 to 20mA (250) Frequency setting potentiometer (Selectable) 0.0 to 999 sec. (accel / decel time are independently programmed) Short-term average deceleration torque 0.2kW: 150% 0.4/0.75kW: 100% 1.5kW : 50% 2.2kW or more: 20% Continuous regenerative torgue: Approx. 20%

Power Supply

V/f Characteristics Possible to program any V / f patterm * Based on a standard 4-pole motor for max. applicable motor output. Shows deceleration torque for uncoupled motor decelerating from 60Hz with the shortest possible deceleration time.
Voltage Class 3Model CIMR-J7 A???? phase Motor Overload Protection Instantaneous Overcurrent
400V 3-phase 40P2 40P4 40P7 41P5 42P2 43P0 43P7
Electronic thermal overload relay Motor coasts to a stop at approx. 200% of inverter rated current Motor coasts to a stop after 1 minute at 150% of inverter rated output current Motor coasts to a stop if DC bus voltage exceed 820V Stops when DC bus voltage is approx. 400V or less
Overload Protective Functions Overvoltage Undervoltage Momentary Power Loss
Following items are selectable : Not provided (stops if power loss is 15ms or longer), continuous operation if power loss is approx. 0.5s or shorter, continuous operation Cooling Fin Overheat Protected by electronic circuit Can be set to individual levels during accel / decel, Stall Prevention Level provided / not provided available during coast to a stop Cooling Fan Fault Ground Fault Power Charge Indication Protected by electronic circuit (fan look detection) Protected by electronic circuit (rated output current level) Charge LED is provided. ON until the DC bus voltage becomes 50V or less. Four of the following input signals are selectable: Reverse run (3-wire sequence), fault reset, external fault (NO / NC contact input), multi-step speed operation, Jog command, accel / decel time select. external baseblock (NO / NC contact input), speed search command, accel / decel hold command, LOCAL / REMOTE selection, communication / control circuit terminal selection, emergency stop fault emergency stop alarm

Multi-function contact output

Output

MA NO contact output MB NC contact output Contact output MC common Analog monitor output Analog monitor common

Factory setting: running

Factory setting: Output frequency 0 to +10VDC 0 to +10VDC, 2mA or less, 8-bit resolution 0V
* DC power supply input terminal is not applied to CE/UL standards. Minimum permissible load : 5VDC, 10mA (as reference value)
Sequence input connection with NPN/PNP transistor
When connecting sequence inputs (S1 to S5) with transistor, turn the rotary switch SW7 depending on the polarity (0V common: NPN side, +24V common: PNP side). Factory setting: NPN side
Sequence connection with NPN transistor (0V common) VS mini J7
S1 Forward run / stop Multifuction input Reverse run/ stop External fault (NO) Fault reset Multi-step speed reference 1 SW7 NPN +24V S2 S3 S4 S5
Sequence connection with PNP transistor (+24V common)
Forward run / stop Reverse run / stop MultiExternal fault (NO) function input Fault reset Multi-step speed reference1
S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 SW7 NPN +24V
External power supply +24V

Dimensions / Heat Loss

Fig. 1

Fig. 2

Dimensions in mm/mass in kg
Voltage class Capacity kW

W1 H1 H5 5

Heat Loss (W) d Mass Heatsink Unit Total Fig. M 4 0.5 3.7 9.3 13.M 4 0.5 7.7 10.3 18.M 4 0.8 15.8 12.3 28.M 4 0.9 28.4 16.7 45.M 4 1.3 53.7 19.1 72.M 4 1.5 60.4 34.4 94.M 4 2.1 96.7 52.4 149.M 4 0.5 3.7 10.4 14.M 4 0.5 7.7 12.3 20.M 4 0.9 15.8 16.1 31.M 4 1.5 28.4 23.0 51.M 4 1.5 53.7 29.1 82.M 4 1.0 9.4 13.7 23.M 4 1.1 15.1 15.0 30.M 4 1.5 30.3 24.6 54.M 4 1.5 45.8 29.9 75.M 4 1.5 50.5 32.5 83.M 4 2.1 58.2 37.6 95.M 4 2.1 73.4 44.5 117.9 2
0.1 0.2 0.4 200V 3-phase 0.75 1.5 2.2 3.7 0.1 200V singlephase 0.2 0.4 0.75 1.5 0.2 0.4 0.75 400V 3-phase 1.5 2.2 3.0 3.7

128 70

Recommended Peripheral Devices
It is recommended that the following peripheral devices should be mounted between the AC main circuit power supply and VS mini input terminals R/L1, S/L2, and T/L3. MCCB (Molded-case circuit breaker)/fuse : Be sure to connect it for wiring protection. Magnetic contactor : Mount a surge suppressor on the coil (refer to the table shown below.) When using a magnetic contactor to start and stop the inverter, do not exceed one start per hour. Recommended MCCB and magnetic contactor and fuse 200V 3-phase

0118H Frequency reference 4
0119H Frequency reference 5
011AH Frequency reference 6
011BH Frequency reference 7
011CH Frequency reference 8
011DH Jog frequency Frequency reference 011EH upper limit Frequency reference 011FH lower limit 0120H Motor rated current 0121H Electronic thermal motor protection selection Electronic thermal motor 0122H protection time constant setting Selecting cooling fan 0123H operation
0 to 110% 0 to 110% 0 to 120% of inverter rated current 0 to to 60 min 0, 1
100% 0% (Note 2) 0 8min 0
Register No. No. for Transmission 48 49
Setting Unit 1 1% 1% 0.01s 1 0.0.1Hz (less than 100Hz) / 1Hz (100Hz or more) 0.1Hz (less than 100Hz) / 1Hz (100Hz or more) 0.1Hz 1% 0.1s 0.1s 1 1% 1% 0.1Hz (less than 100Hz) / 1Hz (100Hz or more)
Initial User Setting Setting 1 100% 0% 0.10s 0 1.00 (Note 3) time 0.0Hz

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Multi-function input 2 to 8 0124H selection to 22 Multi-function input 0, 2 to 8 0125H selection to to 8 Multi-function input 0126H 10 to 22 selection to 8 0127H Multi-function input 10 to 22, 34, 35 selection 5 Multi-function output 0128H 0 to 7, 10 to 18 selection Analog frequency 0129H 0 to 255% reference gain Analog frequency 012AH reference bias -99 to 99% Filter time constant for 012BH analog frequency reference 0.00 to 2.00s constant 012CH Multi-function analog output 0, 1 (terminal AM-AC) 012DH Analog monitor gain 0.00 to 2.00 012EH Carrier frequency selection 1 to 4, 7 to 9 012FH Momentary power loss 0 to 2 ridethrough method 0130H Automatic retry attempts 0 to 10 times 0131H Jump frequency 1 0.0 to 400Hz
0132H Jump frequency 2 0133H Jump frequency range DC injection braking 0134H current 0135H DC injection braking time at stop DC injection braking time 0136H at start Stall prevention during 0137H deceleration Stall prevention during 0138H acceleration Stall prevention level 0139H during running 013AH Frequency detection
0.0 to 400Hz 0.0 to 25.5Hz 0 to 100% 0.0 to 25.5% 0.0 to 25.5% 0, to 200% 30 to 200%
0.0Hz 0.0Hz 50% 0.5s 0.0s 0 170% 160%

0.0 to 400Hz

Register Setting Name No. No. for TransRange mission 59 013BH Overtorque detection function 0 to 013CH Overtorque detection level 30 to 200% 61 013DH Overtorque detection time 0.1 to 10.0s 62 013EH Hold output frequency 0, 1 saving selection 63 013FH Torque compensation gain 0.0 to 2.0140H Motor rated slip 0.0 to 20.0Hz 65 0141H Motor no-load current 0 to 99% 66 0142H Slip compensation gain 0.0 to 2.5 Slip compensation time 67 0143H constant 0.0 to 25.5s MEMOBUS timeover 68 0144H detection 0 to ###MEMOBUS frequency 0145H reference and frequency monitor unit 0146H 0147H 0148H 0149H 014AH MEMOBUS slave address MEMOBUS BPS selection MEMOBUS parity selection Transmission waiting time RTS control 0 to to to to to 65ms 0, 1 0, 1 rdy, rEd, Cpy, vFy, vA, Sno 0, 1
Setting Unit 1 1% 0.1s 1 0.1 0.1Hz 1% 0.1 0.1s 1
Initial User Setting Setting 0 160% 0.1s 0 1.0 (Note 2) (Note 2) 0.0 2.0s 0

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1ms 1 1

10ms rdy

76 34
Reducing carrier 014BH frequency selection at low speed #1 Constant copy 014CH function selection #1 Constant read 014DH selection prohibit #1 014EH Fault history
014FH Software version No.
Stores, displays Setting disabled most recent alarm Displays lowerplace 3 digits of Setting disabled software No.

Notes:

1. Upper limit of setting range and initial setting are doubled at 400V class. 2. Changes depending on inverter capacity. Refer to the next page. 3. Changes depending on inverter capacity. Refer to page 57. 4. Initial setting of the model with digital operator (without potentiometer) is 1. Setting can be set to 0 by constant initialization.

< 200V class 3-phase

No. n32 n64 n65 Name Inverter capacity Motor rated current Motor rated slip Motor no-load current Unit kW A Hz % Initial Setting 0.1kW 0.2kW 0.4kW 0.75kW 1.5kW 2.2kW 0.6 1.1 1.9 3.3 6.2 8.5 2.5 2.6 2.9 2.5 2.6 2.35 3.7kW 14.1 3.3 32
< 200V class single-phase
No. n32 n64 n65 Name Inverter capacity Motor rated current Motor rated slip Motor no-load current Unit kW A Hz % Initial Setting 0.1kW 0.2kW 0.4kW 0.75kW 1.5kW 0.6 1.1 1.9 3.3 6.2 2.5 2.6 2.9 2.5 2.55 45

 

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