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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter 1 Introduction Getting Started .............................................................................................. 1

Receiving Storage and Transportation .......................................................... 2

Nameplate Information .................................................................................. 2

Identification of components and accessories ............................................... 3

Chapter 2 Installation and Wiring Installation Requirements .............................................................................. 5

Main Circuit Wiring ........................................................................................ 6

Control Circuit Wiring..................................................................................... 9

Basic Wiring Diagram ...................................................................................10

Chapter 3 Digital Keypad Operation Description of the Digital Keypad..................................................................11

Explanation of Displayed Messages .............................................................12

Chapter 4 Start Up .......................................................................................................16

Chapter 5 Parameter Settings .....................................................................................19

Chapter 6 Summary of Parameter Settings ...............................................................52

Chapter 7 Troubleshooting and Fault information ....................................................57

Appendix A Standard Specifications.............................................................................61

Appendix B Serial Communications ..............................................................................64

Appendix C Dimensions .................................................................................................70

Appendix D Accessories List .........................................................................................77

Appendix E EMI Filters ...................................................................................................78

Appendix F EC Declaration of Conformity....................................................................79

Appendix G NFB (No-Fuse Breaker) Specification .......................................................81

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1 Introduction Congratulations on your purchase of the DELTA VFD-A series AC motor drive. The VFD series is a high-performance / low noise general-purpose AC motor drive, manufactured using high-quality components and incorporating the latest micro-processor technology available.

The purpose of this chapter is to provide specific, yet simple information to unpack, install, and operate the AC drive. This chapter contains information on the following:

Getting Started Receiving, Transportation, and Storage Nameplate Information Identification of Components and Accessories

Getting Started

This manual will help in the installation, parameter setting, troubleshooting, and maintenance of the AC drive. To guarantee safe operation of the equipment, read the following safety guidelines before connecting the drive to the AC power line. Keep this manual in a place where it is available to all users for their reference.

Warning! To avoid personal injury, do not remove the cover of the AC motor drive until all of the digital keypad “DISPLAY LED” lamps are off. The DC-link capacitor remains charged with a hazardous voltage even after input power is removed.

Warning! Do not connect or disconnect wires and connectors while power is applied to the circuit. All connections should be performed by qualified personnel.

Attention: Grounding the VFD-A drive is done by connecting the Earth Ground to the drive ground terminal.

Attention: The final enclosure for operating the AC Motor Drive must comply with the requirements of EN 50178. ( Live parts shall be arranged in enclosures or located behind barriers that meet at least the requirements of the Protective Type IP20; Top surfaces of enclosures or barriers that are easily accessible shall meet at least the requirements of the Protective Type IP40 )

Caution: There are highly sensitive components on the printed circuit boards. These components are especially sensitive to ESD (electrostatic discharge). To avoid damage to the drive, do not touch components or the circuit boards until all static control precautions have been taken.

Caution: Never connect the main circuit output terminals U, V, and W directly to the AC main circuit power supply as this will damage the drive.

Caution: Do not apply the antirust to screws for fastening drives; Please clean the drives and screws with dry cloth or alcohol, not with synthetic cleaner. Fasten the screws with washers and rated torque lest the enclosure corners of drives be distorted.

This manual is for DELTA AC Motor Drive VFD-A and VFD-H Series. For the frequency in Pr.03, Pr.04, Pr.06, Pr.16, Pr.17, Pr.18, Pr.19, Pr.20, Pr.21, Pr.22, Pr.23, Pr.36, Pr.37, Pr.47, Pr.67, Pr.68 and Pr.69, VFD-A Series can be regulated up to 400Hz and VFD-H Series up to 1500Hz.

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Receiving, Storage and Transportation

The AC motor drive has gone through rigorous quality control tests at the factory before shipment. After receiving the AC drive, 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.

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. Some storage suggestions are:

Store in a clean, dry location.

Store within an ambient temperature range of -20°C to +60°C.

If possible, store in an air-conditioned environment where the relative humidity is less than 95%, non-condensing.

Do not store the AC drive in places where it could be exposed to corrosive gases.

Do not store the AC drive on a shelf or on an unstable surface.

Transportation

Temperature: -25°C to +70°C; R.H.: 0% to 95%; Air Pressure: 70kPa to 106kPa.

Nameplate Information

3HP, 440V AC Drive example

MODEL : VFD022A43A

INPUT : 3PH 380-480V 50/60Hz 7.2A OUTPUT : 3PH 0-480V 5.5A 4.2KVA 3HP Frequency Range : 0.1-400Hz

DELTA ELECTRONICS INC. MADE IN XXXXX

AC Drive Model Input Spec.

Output Spec. Output Frequency Range

Serial Number & Bar Code 022A43AT7010001

VFD 022 A 43 A Version type Input voltage 21 : Single phase 220V class 23 : Three phase 220V class 43 : Three phase 440V class A Series Applicable motor capacity 007 : 0.75 kW 015 : 1.5 kW 022 : 2.2 kW 037 : 3.7 kW 055 : 5.5 kW 075 : 7.5 kW

Series name

Description of AC Motor Drive Model

110 : 11.0 kW 150 : 15.0 kW 185 : 18.5 kW 220 : 22.0 kW

Description of Serial Number

022A43A T 8 01 0001

Factory control code

Production number Production week Production year

Model Name

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Identification of components and accessories

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2

3 4

5 6

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Removing and Installing the Front Cover

Refer to the figure shown below to remove the front cover. To re-install the front cover, simply reverse the indicated procedures.

♦0.75 - 1.5 KW (1-2HP) ♦2.2 - 3.7 KW (3-5HP) The front cover snaps on. Pull as The front terminal block cover snaps shown to remove the front cover. on. Pull as shown to release cover.

♦5.5 - 22.0 KW (7.5-30HP) ♦5.5 - 22.0 KW (7.5-30HP)

1. Mounting screw holes 2. Heat sink 3. Digital keypad 4. Ventilation hole and blind plate

installation position 5. Nameplate label 6. Terminal cover 7. Input / output rating 8. Cooling fan 9. External braking resistor (optional)

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Removing the Digital Keypad

The digital keypad can be easily removed from the AC motor drive unit as shown below.

♦0.75 - 1.5 KW (1-2HP) ♦2.2 - 3.7 KW (3-5HP)

♦5.5 KW - 22.0 KW The 7.5 thru 30 HP units have screws holding the digital keypads in place. To remove the keypad, first remove the screws and then lift the keypad out of the AC drive. ♦5.5 – 7.5 KW (7.5-10HP) ♦11.0 – 22.0 KW (15-30HP)

Installing the Optional Remote Control Unit (RC-01)

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2 Installation and Wiring Chapter 2 provides the information needed to properly install and wire the AC drive. Make sure that the AC drive is wired according to the instructions contained in this chapter. The instructions should be read and understood before the actual installation begins.

Installation Requirements Wiring Basic Wiring Diagram

Installation Requirements

Install the AC drive vertically to provide proper ventilation. Adequate space is required between the drive and a wall or other equipment. The figure below shows the minimum space needed. All enclosures must provide adequate ventilation and the internal ambient temperature must be kept at 40°C or below.

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OR MORE OR MORE

OR MORE

OR MORE

2 inches 2 inches

5 inches

5 inches

Caution: The AC drive should be installed in an environment that is: protected from rain or moisture; protected from direct sunlight; protected from corrosive gases or liquids; free from airborne dust or metallic particles; free from vibration; free from magnetic noise temperature: -10°C to +40°C; R.H.: 0% to 90%; air pressure: 86kPa to 106 kPa

Violating the conditions listed above may void the warranty!

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Wiring

Main Circuit Wiring

(1) Power terminal block designations

Power input and output may be connected via a nine or ten position terminal block. The pin assignments are as follows:

Model Power terminal pin assignments

VFD007A21A VFD007A23A VFD015A21A VFD015A23A VFD007A43A VFD015A43B

AWG: 22-16 Torque: 10kgf-cm

R S T U V W B1 B2

AC Input Line Terminals Motor

Connection

Braking Resistor

Earth Ground

VFD022A21A VFD022A23A VFD037A23A VFD022A43A VFD037A43A

AWG:18-10 Torque: 16kgf-cm

U V W R S T B1 B2

AC Input Line Terminals

Motor Connection

Braking Resistor

Earth Ground

VFD055A23B VFD075A23B VFD055A43B VFD075A43B

AWG: 14-8 Torque: 20kgf-cm

R S T U W N P/B1 B2V

AC Input Line Terminals

Motor Connection

Braking Resistor

Earth Ground

VFD110A23A VFD150A23A VFD185A23A VFD220A23A VFD110A43A VFD150A43A VFD185A43A VFD220A43A

AWG:10-2 Torque: 52kgf-cm

R/L1 S/L2 T/L3 +1 N(-) U/T1 V/T2 W/T3+2

AC Input Line Terminals

Braking Unit

Motor Connection

Earth Ground

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For VFD-A Series 15-30HP (VFD110A23A/43A, VFD150A23A/43A, VFD185A23A/43A, VFD220A23A/43A), the ring terminals below are suggested to be used when proceeding with main circuit wiring:

Vendor AWG Vendor Part NO. Moles 2 (Red) G-975-14 4 (Yellow) F-966-14 6 (Blue) E-957-14 8 (Red) D-950-14 AMP : ECBT 2 320383 4 33469

(2) Power block terminal designations

Terminals Description R, S, T AC input line terminals U, V, W Motor connection P/B1, B2 Connection for the regenerative resistor (option) P/B1, N Connection for the braking unit

Ground (connect appropriate ground wire to avoid electrical shock and noise interference)

(3) Terminal dimensions

VFD007A21A⋅VFD007A23A VFD022A21A⋅VFD022A23A VFD055A23B⋅VFD075A23B Model VFD015A21A⋅VFD015A23A VFD037A23A VFD055A43B⋅VFD075A43B

VFD007A43A⋅VFD015A43B VFD022A43A⋅VFD037A43A Terminal Terminal

diameter Terminal

width Terminal diameter

Terminal width

Terminal diameter

Terminal width

Spec. M3 7 mm M3.5 8 mm M4 10 mm VFD110A23A⋅VFD110A43A

Model VFD150A23A⋅VFD150A43A VFD185A23A⋅VFD185A43A VFD220A23A⋅VFD220A43A

Terminal Terminal diameter

Terminal width

Spec. M6 18.5mm

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(4) Attention:

The user must provide a circuit breaker or disconnect switch and fuses in accordance with all applicable electrical codes.

Make sure that the leads are connected correctly and the AC drive is properly grounded. (Ground leads should be at least the same size wire as the input leads R, S, and T.)

Use ground leads that comply with AWG standards. Make the length of these ground leads as short as possible.

Should several AC drive units be installed side by side, all the units should be grounded directly to the ground poles. Do not form a loop with the ground leads.

Make sure that the power source supplies the correct voltage and is capable of supplying the required current to the AC drive. Refer to specification for “Rated AC Input Power.” Motor Voltage should match the line voltage.

When power is applied to the AC drive, the DC bus charge indicator LED will be on.

For single phase applications, the AC input line can be connected to any two of the three input terminals R, S, T. A single phase VFD-A drive can be powered from three phase as well as single phase. Note: This drive is not intended for use with single-phase motors.

When the AC drive output terminals U, V, and W are connected to the motor terminals U, V, and W, respectively, the motor will rotate counter-clockwise (viewed from the shaft of the motor as shown below) if a forward operation command is entered (FWD lamp is ON).

Forward running

To reverse the direction of rotation, interchange any two connections of the three motor leads.

The control lines and power lines (R,S,T;U,V,W;P,N,B1,B2) should be separated and avoid parallel wiring lest it should generate noise and cause mis-operation.

Caution: Do not attach or remove wiring or connectors when power is applied to the AC drive. Do not monitor the signals at any point on the circuit board while the AC drive is in operation.

Caution: Do not connect the AC input to any of the U, V, W terminals, as this will damage the AC drive.

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Control Circuit Wiring

(1) Control terminal block designations The control leads must be routed separately from the power supply and motor leads. They must not be fed through the same cable conduit.

Terminal Symbol

220V/440V Class 15HP (AWG: 28 – 14; Torque:4 kgf-cm)

RA ACIAVI+10VRB RC MO1ACMAFM MCMMO2 MI1 RSTREVFWDMI2 MI3 DCMTRGEF SG-SG+DFM DCM

+EV

220V/440V Class 7.530HP (AWG: 24 – 12; Torque:4 kgf-cm) RA ACIAVI+10VRB RC MO1 ACMAFMMCM XXMO2MI1 RSTREV FWDMI2 MI3 DCMTRGEF SGSG+DFM

(2) Control terminal block descriptions

Close Contacts between Terminals

Terminals Use Function

RA - RC Multi-function indication output

contact

Refer to Chapter 5, Pr.57

RB - RC Multi-function indication output

contact

MI1 - DCM Multi-function input 1

MI2 - DCM Multi-function input 2 Refer to Chapter 5, Pr.39, 40, 41

MI3 - DCM Multi-function input 3

REV - DCM Reverse / Stop “Open”→stop, “Close” → Reverse

FWD - DCM Forward / Stop “Open”→stop, “Close” → Forward

RST - DCM Reset “Close” → Reset

EF - DCM External fault “Close” → External fault

DFM - DCM Digital frequency meter Digital frequency output (0, +10 V)

TRG - DCM Counter trigger input “Open”→“Close”:(counter value)+1

MO1 - MCM Multi-function PHC output 1 Refer to Pr.45, 46

MO2 - MCM Multi-function PHC output 2 (open collector output)

+10V - ACM Power supply for speed setting +10 V (20 mA max. output current)

AVI - ACM Analog voltage input 0 ∼10 V (Max. output freq.) input

ACI - ACM Analog current input 4 ∼20 mA (Max. output freq.) input

AFM - ACM Analog frequency/current meter

0 ∼10 V (Max. output freq.) output

SG+ - SG- Serial communication interface RS-485 serial port

+EV - DCM Auxiliary control power source DC 20V ~ 24V (50mA Max.)

Note: Use twisted-shielded or twisted-pair shielded-lead wires for the control signal. It is recommended to run signal wiring in a separate steel conduit. The shield wire should only be connected at the drive.

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Basic Wiring Diagram

R

S

T

EF

MI1

MI2

MI3

REV

FWD

RST

TRG

Multi-function input 1

R

S

T

DCM

U

V

W

IM

Analog frequency/current meter

P/B1 B2N

Braking resistior(option)

Power source 3 phase 200-240V or 380-480V 50/60Hz

Motor

AFM

Grounding

VFD-A

RB

RA

RC

Multi-function indication output contact

MO2

MO1

MCM

AC 250V 2A below

DC 30V 2A below

ACM

and fuse

+10V

AVI

ACI

ACM

Frequency setting

DFM

Digital signal common

Current input

3

2 1

0V

Multi-function input 2

Reset

External fault

Counter trigger input

Digital frequency meter

Multi-function input 3

REV/STOP(REV/STOP)

FWD/STOP(RUN/STOP)

Analog signal common

48V 50mA below Multi-function PHC output 2

Multi-function PHC output 1 48V 50mA below}

SG

SG

RS-485 Serial interface

PC

AC Motor Drive

Signal +

Signal -

1

1

1

2

2

3

4

5

9

8

8

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Notes A:

Refer to Pr.39, 40, 41 on page 35.

Refer to Pr.38 on page 34.

Refer to Pr.45, 46 on page 38 and Pr.63, 64, 66 on pages 45 and 46.

Refer to Pr.43 on page 36.

Refer to Pr.00 on page 21, Pr.48, 49 on page 39.

Refer to Pr.42, 44 on pages 36 and 37.

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2

3

4

5

6

Refer to Pr.57 on page 42.7

indicates shielded leads and twisted-pair shielded leads.

Terminal symbols : shows main circuit; shows control circuit;

Notes B: 1.

2.

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Refer to Pr.00, 01 on page 21 and Pr.77, 78 on page 50.9 Refer to Pr.45, 46 on page 38.8

+EVDC 20V ~ 24V ( 50mA Max. )

0- +10V 1K - 5K

4 - 20ma

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Use a disconnect

Wiring diagram and programming for the RC-01 external control.

MI1 or MI2 or MI3

REV

FWD

RST

DCM

+10V

AVI

ACM

AFM

8 6 5 4 16 15 14 13 11

Program Parameters

Pr. 00 =d0001 Pr. 01 = d0001 or d0002

Pr. 38 = d0001 Pr. 39, Pr. 40 or Pr. 41 =d0003

Note: Pr. 41 > Pr. 40 > Pr. 39

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3 Digital Keypad Operation

Chapter 3 describes the various controls and indicators found on the digital keypad of the VFD-A AC drive. The information in this chapter should be read and understood before performing the start-up procedures described in Chapter 4.

Description of the Digital KeypadExplanation of Screen DisplayDigital Keypad Operating Modes & Programming steps

Description of the Digital Keypad

Digital Keypad Parts and Functions

This digital keypad module includes two parts: display panel and a keypad. The display panel allows the user to program the AC drive, as well as view the different operating parameters. The keypad is the user interface to the AC motor drive. Refer to the following figure for a description of the different parts.

RUN STOP JOG FWD REV

JOG

RUN STOP

FWD REV RESET

PRGM

FUNC DATA

Up and down keys

Forward / Reverse key

Jog key

Run key

LED displayLED indication

Program / Reset key

Starts inverter drive operation.

Indicates frequency, motor current and alarm contents.

Sets the parameter number or changes the numerical data such as the frequency reference.

Selects normal mode / program mode. Displays the motor drive status, such as output freq., selects the parameters, FWD/REV or output current, etc. Function / Data key

Displays the motor drive status, such as frequency

reference, output frequency or output current under

the normal mode; or sets parameters under the

program mode.

Red lamp lights during RUN, STOP, JOG, FWD, or REV operation.

Selects FWD or REV operation.

While pressing this key, jog speed is available.

Stop key Stops AC Motor Drive operation.

RESET PRGM

Program / Reset Used to select the Normal mode of operation or to program the AC drive when either the drive is running or has stopped. Switch to the PRGM mode to select a parameter or change the setting of a parameter. If the AC drive has stopped due to a fault, press this button to reset the drive.

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DATA FUNC

Function / Data Displays information on the AC drive status such as the reference frequency, output frequency, or output current in the normal mode.

While the drive is in the Program Mode, press this key once to display the current parameters. After changing the parameters, press this key again to store the new parameters.

REV FWD

Forward / Reverse Used to toggle between forward and reverse operation.

Pressing this key will cause the motor to ramp down to 0 Hz and then ramp up to the preset speed in the opposite direction. By default, the digital keypad controls the AC drive forward/reverse operation. To control the forward/reverse operation via the control terminal block, change the Pr.01 parameter to “d0001” or “d0002”.

JOG

Jog Used to start the AC drive, then run at the jog frequency as set by the parameter specified under Pr.23 [Jog Frequency].

RUN

Run Used to start the AC drive operation. This key has no effect when the drive is set to terminal run.

STOP

Stop Used to stop the AC drive operation.

Up / Down Press the “Up” or “Down” button to change parameter settings. These keys may also be used to scroll through different operating values or parameters. Note: Pressing the “Up” or “Down” button momentarily changes the parameter settings in increments. Press and hold down either of these keys to rapidly run through the possible settings.

Explanation of Displayed Messages

Displayed Message Description

Displays the AC drive output frequency controlled by the Maximum Output Frequency (Pr. 03), Jog Frequency (Pr. 16), or by the Multi-Function Input Terminals (Pr. 39-41).

If the frequency source originates from the Digital keypad, the user can use either the

or key to set the frequency.

Displays the output frequency present at terminals U, V, and W.

Displays the custom unit (v), where v = H x Pr.65.

Displays the internal counter value (C).

Note: Refer to Chapter 5, Pr.45, 46, 64 - 66 for a detailed description of the above.

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Displays the output current present at terminals U, V, and W

Displays the specified parameter number. The actual parameter

value may be displayed by pressing the FUNC DATA key.

Displays actual value stored within the specified parameter.

Press the FUNC DATA key to store the value of the specified parameter.

The display will read “end” (as shown) for approximately 1 second if the input has been accepted. After a parameter value has been set, the new value is automatically stored in memory. To modify an entry,

use or key.

Explanation of the LED Indicators

REVFWDJOGSTOPRUN

Red lamp lights during REV operation. Red lamp lights during FWD operation. Red lamp lights during JOG. Red lamp lights by pressing STOP. Red lamp lights by pressing RUN.

RUN or STOP lamp indication is defined by the following operation

FWD or REV lamp changes indication is defined by the following operation

Inverter output frequency

Frequency command

RUN

LAMP STOP LAMP

LIGHT BLINK LIGHT OFF

keySTOP

FWD LAMP REV

LAMP

FWD

REV

RUN

OUTPUT FREQ.

REV FWD

LIGHT BLINK LIGHT OFF

keySTOP keyRUN

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Digital Keypad Operating Modes & Programming steps

Pressing the RUN

key after power on will cause the AC drive to operate at 60 Hz, which is the

factory default setting. Use the STOP key to halt operation. Refer to the Basic Wiring Diagram in Chapter 2 for information on the wiring connection.

To change the operating frequency, proceed as follows: The operating frequency may be changed in either the “STOP” or “RUN” mode.

MODE

MODE

Decrease the frequency

Increase the frequency

Display changes every time key is pressed.or

NOTES:

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Setting parameters:

To operate the AC drive under optimum conditions, some parameter values may be modified as required. During the “Run” mode, the following set of parameters may be modified: 10-14, 16-23, 44, 48-50, 52-55, 65. It is also possible to check all the parameter settings during operation.

FUNC DATA

FUNC DATAOutput frequency

monitor

RESET PRGM

FUNC DATA

RESET PRGM

RESET PRGM

Press PRGM key

Press FUNC key Press FUNC key

Press up / down key to set the parameter data.

FUNC DATA

Press DATA key to store the data.

FUNC DATA

Press DATA key to display parameter data.

RESET PRGM

Press PRGM key, return to the normal operation mode.

Output current monitor

RESET PRGM

Press up / down key to set the parameter setting number.

Indication after power on. Frequency command

Press PRGM keyPress PRGM key

Press PRGM key, return to the normal operation mode. (Data entered will not be stored.)

Press FUNC key

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4 Start-up

This chapter describes the steps needed to start the AC drive and typical adjustment and verification procedures to ensure a simple and efficient start-up. The following start-up procedures describe the most common parameter settings and system configurations.

Initial Operation - Motor Disconnected

Verify that the AC power line, at the disconnect device, is within the rated power of the AC drive.

Disconnect and lockout all incoming power to the drive.

Connect the AC drive to the power line.

Reconnect the incoming power to the drive.

Proceed as follows to select a mode of operation.

1. Operating frequency determined by the digital keypad, Digital keypad enabled to control AC drive operation. (Pr.00 = d0000, Pr.01 = d0000) (Factory default setting)

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2. Operating frequency determined by the digital keypad, Control terminals enabled to control AC drive operation; ”Stop” key on digital

keypad is enabled. Two wire “REV/STOP” and “FWD/STOP” remote control enabled. (Pr.00 = d0000, Pr.01 = d0001, Pr.38 = d0000)

REV/STOP

FWD/STOP

IM

FWD

REV

DCM

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3. Operating frequency determined by the digital keypad; Control terminals enabled to control AC Drive operation; ”Stop” key on digital

keypad is enabled. Two wire “REV/FWD and “RUN/STOP” remote control enabled. (Pr.00 = d0000, Pr.01 = d0001, Pr.38 = d0001)

RUN/STOP

REV/FWD

IM

REV

FWD

DCM

4. Operating frequency determined by the digital keypad; Control terminals enabled to control AC Drive operation; ”Stop” key on digital

keypad is enabled. Three wire sequence remote control is enabled. (Pr.00 = d0000, Pr.01 = d0001, Pr.38 = d0002)

STOP

REV/FWD

IM

EF

FWD

DCM

REV

RUN

Note: Descriptions of the close / open function are as follows: Example: To select Rev and Stop operations: Rev / Fwd Contact “close” = reverse operation Stop Contact “open” = stop Momentary input Maintained input

5. Operating frequency determined by analog input; (DC 0 to +10 V) + (DC 4 to 20 mA) Digital keypad enabled to control AC Drive operation. (Pr.00 = d0001, Pr.01 = d0000)

IM +10V

AVI

ACM

3

2

1 ACI

0-10V Analog input

4-20mA Analog input

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6. Operating frequency determined by remote control via the RS-485 serial interface; RS-485 interface enabled to control AC Drive operation. “Stop” key on digital

keypad is enabled. (Pr.00 = d0002, Pr.01 = d0003)

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PC

SG+,SG-

INVERTER

This completes the operation mode selection. Verify your operation mode works correctly, then proceed to the next section for motor connection and initial operation.

Initial Operation – Setting Parameters and connecting the Motor.

1) Verify Minimum and Maximum Output Frequency Settings (Pr. 08 and 03) are correct for your application.

2) Verify the Motor Stop Method (Pr.02) is correct for your application. If set to “Ramp to Stop”, then verify the Accel/Decel Time Settings (Pr.10 and 11) are correct for your application.

3) Disconnect and lock out all incoming power to the AC drive. A DC bus voltage may be present at the terminal block for up to 1 minute after the power has been removed from the drive.

4) Connect the motor to the terminals U, V, and W

5) Connect all applicable control wiring. Refer to the Control Circuit Wiring diagram in Chapter 2.

6) Reconnect the incoming power to the AC drive.

7) Check for correct motor shaft rotation (counter clockwise when viewed from the shaft).

8) Verify the Stop command is functioning by pressing the Stop Key on the Digital Keypad or using your Control Terminal Stop method.

This completes the basic start-up. Depending on the application, some parameter values may need to be modified. Refer to Chapter 5 for parameter settings.

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5 Parameter Settings

Chapter 5 describes all VFD-A drive parameters. These parameters are divided into groups to simplify “start-up” programming procedures and minimize tuning.

ACDrive parameters and functions:

Operation Modes ....................................................................................21 V / F Data Settings ..................................................................................22 Accel. / Decel. Time Setting....................................................................25 Frequency Reference Setting ................................................................27 Operating and Protective Functions Setting ........................................28 External Control Terminal .....................................................................34 Torque and Slip Compensation ............................................................41 Overload Detection ................................................................................43 Display Functions ..................................................................................46 System Functions ..................................................................................47

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Operation Modes

Pr.00 Operating Frequency Source Select

Parameter #00

Parameter Name Master Frequency source select Factory Setting d0000

Settings d0000 Master Frequency determined by the digital keypad d0001 Master Frequency determined by the analog input signal

(DC 0 to +10V) + (DC 4 to 20 mA) d0002 Master Frequency determined by the RS-485 Interface.

This parameter is used to determine the AC drive command frequency source. However, the actual AC drive command frequency may also be determined by [Jog frequency], [Multi-step speed 1-7] or [Up / Down frequency], using the Multi-function inputs 1, 2, and 3. Refer to Pr.39, 40, 41.

Pr.01 Operation Command Source Select

Parameter #01

Parameter Name Operation instructions source select Factory Setting d0000

Settings d0000 Operating instructions determined by the digital keypad d0001 Operating instructions determined by the external terminal

connections, Keypad STOP key is enabled d0002 Operating instructions determined by the external terminal

connections, Keypad STOP key is not enabled d0003 Operating instructions determined by the RS-485 interface,

Keypad STOP key is enabled d0004 Operating instructions determined by the RS-485 interface,

Keypad STOP key is not enabled

This parameter is used to determine the source of the AC Drive operating instructions.

Pr.02 Motor Stop Method Select

Parameter #02

Parameter Name Motor stop method Factory Setting d0000

Settings d0000 Ramp stop d0001 Coast to stop

This parameter determines how the motor is stopped when the AC Drive receives a valid stop command.

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Ramp The AC drive output frequency decelerates in the time specified by Pr.11 or Pr.13, down to the frequency specified by Pr.08, and then the drive output turns off.

Coast The AC drive is turned off immediately while the motor free runs until it comes to a complete stop.

Stop command

Ramp

Frequency command

sec Speed

Hz

Stop command

Coast

Frequency command

sec

Speed(Free running to stop)

Hz

?Setting value

V / F Data Setting

Pr.09Pr.03 Pr.04 Pr.05 Pr.06 Pr.07 Pr.08 V / F Curve

Parameter #03

Parameter Name Maximum output frequency Factory Setting d060.0 Hz

Units 0.1 Hz Parameter value d050.0 - d400.0 Hz

This parameter determines the AC drive’s maximum output frequency. All the AC drive analog inputs (0 - 10V, 4 - 20mA) are scaled to correspond to the output frequency range. (See graph on Page 24)

Parameter #04Parameter Name Maximum voltage frequency (Base frequency)

Factory Setting d060.0 Hz Units 0.1 Hz

Parameter value d010.0 -d400.0 Hz

This value should be set according to rated frequency of the motor as indicated on the motor nameplate (See graph on Page 24). Maximum voltage frequency determines the volts per hertz ratio. For example, if the drive is rated for 460 VAC output and the maximum voltage frequency is set to 60Hz, the drive will maintain a constant ratio of 7.66 v/Hz.

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Parameter #05

Parameter Name Maximum output voltage Factory Setting d220.0 V ; d440.0 for 440 V class.

Units 0.1 V Parameter value d002.0 - d255.0 V ; d004.0 – d510.0 for 440 V class.

This parameter determines the Maximum Output Voltage of the AC drive. The maximum output voltage setting must be smaller than or equal to the rated voltage of the motor as indicated on the motor nameplate. (See graph on Page 24)

Parameter #06Parameter Name Mid-point frequency

Factory Setting d001.5 Hz Units 0.1 Hz

Parameter value d000.1 - d400.0 Hz

This parameter sets the Mid-point frequency on the V/F curve. It may be used to determine the V/F ratio between the Minimum frequency and the Mid-point frequency. (See graph on Page 24)

Parameter #07Parameter Name Mid-point voltage

Factory Setting d010.0 V ; d020.0 for 440 V class. Units 0.1 V

Parameter value d002.0 - d255.0 V ; d004.0 – d510.0 for 440 V class.

This parameter sets the Mid-point voltage on the V/F curve. It may be used to determine the V/F ratio between the Minimum frequency and the Mid-point frequency. (See graph on Page 24)

Parameter #08Parameter Name Minimum output frequency

Factory Setting d001.5 Hz Units 0.1 Hz

Parameter value d000.1 - d020.0 Hz

This parameter sets the minimum output frequency of the AC Drive. (See graph on Page 24)

Parameter #09Parameter Name Minimum output voltage

Factory Setting d010.0 V ; d020.0 for 440 V class. Units 0.1 V

Parameter value d002.0 - d050.0 V ; d004.0 – d100.0 for 440 V class.

This parameter sets the minimum output voltage of the AC Drive.

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0

Voltage

Frequency

Standard V/F Curve

Pr.03

Pr.04

Pr.06

Pr.08

Pr.09Pr.07

Pr.05

Frequency

Voltage

Custom V/F Curve

Pr.06

Pr.07

Pr.04 Pr.03

Pr.09

Pr.08

Pr.05

Frequency

Voltage

Fan/Pump V/F Curve

Pr.07

Pr.08 Pr.06 Pr.04 Pr.03

Pr.05

Pr.09

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(1) General Purpose

Factory Settings

Motor Spec. 60Hz Pr.03

Pr.04

Pr.05

Pr.06

Pr.07

Pr.08

Pr.09

60.0

60.0

220.0

1.5

10.0

1.5

10.0

V

f60.0 10

1.5

220

Pr.03

Pr.04

Pr.05

Pr.06

Pr.07

Pr.08

Pr.09

50.0

50.0

220.0

1.3

12.0

1.3

12.0

V

f50.0 10

1.5

220

Pr.03

Pr.04

Pr.05

Pr.06

Pr.07

Pr.08

Pr.09

60.0

60.0

220.0

30

50.0

1.5

10.0

V

f60.0 10

1.5

220

Pr.03

Pr.04

Pr.05

Pr.06

Pr.07

Pr.08

Pr.09

50.0

50.0

220.0

25

50.0

1.3

10.0

V

f50.0 10

1.3

220

Pr.03

Pr.04

Pr.05

Pr.06

Pr.07

Pr.08

Pr.09

60.0

60.0

220.0

3.0

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1.5

18.0

V

f60.0 18

1.5

220

Pr.03

Pr.04

Pr.05

Pr.06

Pr.07

Pr.08

Pr.09

50.0

50.0

220.0

2.2

23.0

1.3

14

V

f50.0 14

1.3

220

2.2

23

3

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(2) Fans and Pumps

(3) High Starting Torque

25

50

30

50

No. No.

No.

No. No.

No.

Commonly Used V / F Pattern Settings

Motor Spec. 60Hz

Motor Spec. 60Hz Motor Spec. 50Hz

Motor Spec. 50Hz

Motor Spec. 50Hz

Set value Set value

Set value Set value

Set value Set value

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Accel / Decel Time Setting

Pr.10 Pr.11 Pr.12 Pr.13 Accel / Decel Time Setting

Parameter #10

Parameter Name Acceleration Time 1 Factory Setting d010.0 Sec

Units 0.1 Sec Parameter value d000.1 - d600.0 Sec

This parameter can be programmed while the drive is running. This parameter is used to determine the time required for the AC drive to ramp from

0 Hz to its Maximum operating frequency (Pr.03). The rate is linear unless S Curve is “Enabled.”

Parameter #11Parameter Name Deceleration Time 1

Factory Setting d010.0 Sec Units 0.1 Sec

Parameter value d000.1 - d600.0 Sec

This parameter can be programmed while the drive is running. This parameter is used to determine the time required for the AC drive to decelerate

from the Maximum operating frequency (Pr.03) down to 0 Hz. The rate is linear unless S Curve is “Enabled.”

Time

Speed

Accel Time

Decel Time

Pr.10 Pr.11Pr.12 Pr.13or or

Command frequency

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Parameter #12Parameter Name Acceleration time 2

Factory Setting d010.0 Sec Units 0.1 Sec

Parameter value d000.1 - d600.0 Sec

This parameter can be programmed while the drive is running. This parameter determines the time required for the AC drive to ramp from 0 Hz to

the Maximum operating frequency (Pr.03). The rate is linear unless S Curve is “Enabled.” Acceleration time 1 is the default. A Multi-Function Input Terminal can be programmed to select Acceleration time 1 or Acceleration time 2. See parameters 39, 40, and 41.

Parameter #13Parameter Name Deceleration time 2

Factory Setting d010.0 Sec Units 0.1 Sec

Parameter value d000.1 - d600.0 Sec

This parameter can be programmed while the drive is running. This parameter determines the time for the AC drive to decelerate from the

Maximum operating frequency (Pr.03) down to 0 Hz. The rate is linear unless S Curve is “Enabled.” Deceleration time 1 is the default. A Multi-Function Input Terminal can be programmed to select Deceleration time 1 or Deceleration time 2. See parameters 39, 40, and 41.

Pr.14 Jog Accel / Decel Time

Parameter #14

Parameter Name Jog Accel / Decel time select Factory Setting d010.0 Sec

Units 0.1 Sec Parameter value d000.1 - d600.0 Sec

This parameter can be programmed while the drive is running. This parameter determines the time required for the AC Drive to ramp from 0 Hz to the

Jog frequency and the time required to ramp from the Jog frequency to 0 Hz.

This parameter must accompany with parameter P111 deceleration S curve. In order to get the different results of S curves, just setting the parameter P111 to meet the requirement.

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Pr.15 S-curve

Parameter #15

Parameter Name S-curve setting Factory Setting d0000 (Disabled)

Parameter value d0000 - d0007

This parameter should be set during start-up. It is used to provide smooth acceleration and deceleration. The S-curve may be set from 1 to 7.

Frequency

Time

Time Accel Time 1 or 2

Decel Time 1 or 2

Pr.15 = d0000 "S curve Disabled"

Pr.15 > d0001 "S curve Enabled"

S-curve characteristics Time S-curve characteristics Time

Frequency Reference Setting

Pr.22Pr.16 Pr.17 Pr.18 Pr.19 Pr.20 Pr.21 Multi-speed Operation

Parameter #16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22

Parameter Name Multi-step speed setting 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 Factory Setting d000.0 Hz

Units 0.1 Hz Parameter value d000.1 - d400.0 Hz

These parameters can be programmed while the drive is running. The multi-function input terminals (refer to parameters 39, 40, and 41) are used to

select one of eight AC drive Multi-Speed output frequencies. The frequency is determined by Pr.16 to 22.

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Pr.23 Jog Frequency

Parameter #23

Parameter Name Jog frequency select Factory Setting d006.0 Hz

Units 0.1 Hz Parameter value d000.1 - d400.0 Hz

This parameter can be programmed while the drive is running. This parameter is used to set the AC drive jog frequency. Upon receipt of a jog

command the drive will ramp to the jog frequency.

Time

Speed

Decel Time

Accel Time Pr.14 Pr.14

Pr.23JOG frequency

JOG command ON

Operating and Protective Functions Setting

Pr.24 REV Run Setting

Parameter #24

Parameter Name REV run Factory Setting d0000

Settings d0000 REV run enabled d0001 REV run disabled

This parameter determines whether the AC Drive can operate in the reverse direction.

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Pr.25 Over-voltage Stall Prevention

Parameter #25

Parameter Name Over-voltage stall prevention during deceleration Factory Setting d0001

Settings d0000 Disable over-voltage stall prevention d0001 Enable over-voltage stall prevention

During deceleration, the motor DC bus voltage may exceed its maximum allowable value due to motor regeneration. When Pr.25 is enabled and an over-voltage is detected, the AC drive will cease to decelerate and will then maintain a constant output frequency. The drive will only resume deceleration when the DC bus voltage drops below the preset value.

Time

DC bus voltage

Over voltage detection level

Output frequency

Time Over voltage stall prevention

Pr.26 Pr.27 Over-current Stall Prevention

Parameter #26

Parameter Name Over-current stall prevention during acceleration Factory Setting d0170 %

Units 1% Parameter value d0050 - d0200 %

During periods of rapid acceleration or excessive load on the motor, the AC drive output current may increase abruptly and exceed the value specified by Pr.26. When over-current occurs, the AC drive will cease to accelerate and will maintain a constant output frequency until the current falls below the preset value. (The drive will only resume acceleration when the current drops below the preset value.)

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Time

Output current

Overcurrent detection level

Output frequency

Time

Stall prevention during acceleration

Pr.26

Parameter #27

Parameter Name Over-current stall prevention during steady-state operation Factory Setting d0170%

Units 1% Parameter value d0050 - d0200%

During steady-state operation with the motor load rapidly increasing, the AC drive output current may exceed the limit specified in Pr.27. When this occurs, the output frequency will decrease to maintain a constant motor speed. The drive will accelerate to the steady-state operating frequency only when the output current drops below the level specified by Pr.27. A setting of 100% is equal to the rated current of the drive.

Time

Output current %

Over current detection level

Output frequency

Time

Over-current stall prevention during steady-state operation

Pr.27

.

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Pr.28 Pr.29 Pr.30 Pr.31 DC Braking Current (DC Injection Current)

Parameter #28

Parameter Name DC braking current Factory Setting d0000%

Units 1% Parameter value d0000 - d0100%

This parameter determines the DC current that will be applied to the motor during braking when the Motor Stop Method is set to “RAMP stop” (refer to Pr.02). DC braking current is set in increments of 1%. A setting of 100% is equal to the rated current of drive.

Note: When setting this parameter, begin at a lower current level then increase the value until sufficient holding torque is achieved. The rated motor current cannot be exceeded.

Parameter #29Parameter Name DC braking time during start-up

Factory Setting d000.0 Sec Units 0.1 Sec

Parameter value d000.0 - d005.0 Sec

This parameter determines the time duration that DC braking current will be applied to the motor during the AC drive start-up.

Parameter #30Parameter Name DC braking time during stopping

Factory Setting d000.0 Sec Units 0.1 Sec

Parameter value d000.0 - d025.0 Sec

This parameter determines the time duration that DC braking current will be applied to the motor when the Motor Stop Method is set to “Ramp Stop”.

Parameter #31Parameter Name DC braking starting frequency

Factory Setting d000.0 Hz Units 0.1 Hz

Parameter value d000.0 - d060.0 Hz

This parameter determines the frequency at which DC breaking will start during AC drive deceleration. The frequency may be set in 0.1 Hz increments. When the preset value is less than that specified by Pr.08 (Minimum output frequency), the starting frequency for DC braking will be the Pr.08 frequency.

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Pr.31

Pr.30

DC brake starting frequency

Pr.28

DC braking current %

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Pr.29

Minimum output frequency

Pr.08

Pr.32 Pr.33 Pr.34 Pr.35 Momentary Power Loss Protection

Parameter #32

Parameter Name Momentary power failure operation mode Factory Setting d0000

Settings d0000 Operation stops after momentary power loss d0001 Operation continues after momentary power loss.

Speed search starts with the frequency reference value d0002 Operation continues after momentary power loss.

Speed search starts with the Minimum output frequency, Pr.08 Note Multi-function Indication and Photocoupler outputs that are

programmed for “fault indication” will not be energized during restart after a momentary power failure. (refer to Pr. 45 and 57)

This parameter determines the AC drive mode of operation after recovery from a momentary power failure.

Parameter #33Parameter Name Maximum allowable power loss time

Factory Setting d002.0 Sec Units 0.1 Sec

Parameter value d000.3 - d005.0 Sec

If during a power failure the power loss is less than the time defined by Pr.33, then the AC drive will resume operation (set by Pr.32). If the maximum allowable power loss time is exceeded, the AC drive output power will remain off and must be reset to resume operation (the fault indication will be set).

Parameter #34Parameter Name Minimum base block time

Factory Setting d000.5 Sec Units 0.1 Sec

Parameter value d000.3 - d005.0 Sec

When a momentary power loss is detected and the power failure is less than the time set by Pr.33, the AC drive output will resume operation after the specified period of time determined by Pr.34. This parameter should be set to a value where the residual output voltage is nearly zero.

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Parameter #35Parameter Name Speed Search Current Limit

Factory Setting d0150% Units 1%

Parameter value d0030 - d0200%

Following a power failure, the AC drive will start its speed search operation, only if the output current is greater than the value determined by Pr.35. When the output current is less than that of Pr.35, the AC drive output frequency is at a “speed synchronization point”. The drive will start to accelerate or decelerate back to the operating frequency at which it was running prior to the power failure.

Speed search operation

INPUT POWER

Pr.33

Allowable maximum power loss time

Pr.34

Speed search starts with the frequency reference value

Pr.32 = d0001

Min. baseblock time

Speed synchronization detection

OUTPUT FREQUENCY

OUTPUT VOLTAGE

INPUT POWER

Pr.33

Allowable maximum power loss time

Pr.34

Speed search starts with minimum starting frequency

Pr.32 = d0002

Min. baseblock time

OUTPUT FREQUENCY

OUTPUT VOLTAGE

Speed search time increases as the current limit setting is reduced.

Pr.36 Pr.37 Reference Frequency Upper / Lower Limit

Parameter #36

Parameter Name Reference frequency upper limit setting Factory Setting d400.0 Hz

Units 0.1 Hz Parameter value d000.1 - d400.0 Hz

Determines the upper limit of the reference frequency in 0.1 Hz increments.

Parameter #37Parameter Name Reference frequency lower limit setting

Factory Setting d000.0 Hz Units 0.1 Hz

Parameter value d000.0 - d400.0 Hz

Determines the lower limit of the reference frequency in 0.1 Hz increments.

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Pr.37

Pr.36

Input frequency

Output frequency

External Control Terminal

Pr.38 External Control Terminal Configuration

Parameter #38

Parameter Name 2-wire / 3-wire operation control selection Factory Setting d0000

Settings d0000 FWD / STOP, REV / STOP d0001 FWD / REV, RUN / STOP d0002 3-WIRE operation control mode

This parameter determines the control functions and operating modes available through the external control terminals. The following configurations are available:

Pr.38 Control terminal wiring diagram

d0000

Two wire

FWD / STOP REV / STOP

REV

FWD

REV/STOP

FWD/STOP

VFD-A

DCM

"Open" : Stop; "Close" : FWD Run

"Open" : Stop; "Close" : REV Run

d0001

Two wire

REV / FWD RUN / STOP

REV/FWD

RUN/STOP

REV

FWD

DCM

"Open" : Stop; "Close" : Run

"Open" : FWD; "Close" : REV

VFD-A

d0002

Three wire

REV/FWD

RUNSTOP

EF

FWD

DCM

(Run command, Runs when "Close)

(Stop command, stops when "Open")

REV ( REV/FWD Run select "Open" : FWD Run "Close" : REV Run)

VFD-A

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Pr.39 Pr.40 Pr.41

Multi-function Input Terminals

Parameter #39 (MI1), 40 (MI2), 41 (MI3)

Parameter Name Multi-function input terminals 1, 2, 3 Factory Setting d0000, d0001, d0002

Settings d0000 Multi-step speed command 1 d0001 Multi-step speed command 2 d0002 Multi-step speed command 3 d0003 Jog frequency reference select d0004 Accel/decel speed inhibit command d0005 First and second accel/decel time select d0006 External baseblock (NO-contact input) d0007 External baseblock (NC-contact input) d0008 Up command d0009 Down command

Parameter setting value limit Pr.41> Pr.40> Pr.39.

Description

d0000∼d0002: The multi-step speed commands 1 to 3 are used to determine a command frequency via the multi-step speed settings (Pr.16 to Pr.22).

Hz step 1

step 2

step 3

step 4

step 7

step 6

step 5

MI1-DCM

MI2-DCM

MI3-DCM

ON ON

ON

ON

ON ON

ON

ON

ON Time

ON ON ON

Pr.-16

Pr.-19

Pr.-18

Pr.-17

step 1

step 2

step 3

step 4

Pr.-22

Pr.-21

Pr.-20 step 5

step 6

step 7

Master frequency reference

d0003: When “Closed,” the jog reference frequency is selected.

d0004: When “Closed,” the output frequency remains constant.

d0005: When “Open,” the AC drive accelerates / decelerates according to the values set by ACCEL time 1 and DECEL time 1 (Pr.10,11). When “Closed,” the AC drive accelerates / decelerates according to the values set by in ACCEL time 2 and DECEL time 2 (Pr.12, 13).

d0006: When “Closed,” the AC drive output is turned off. (The reference frequency is held constant.)

d0007: When “Open,” the AC Drive output is turned off. (The reference frequency is held constant)

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d0008: When “Closed,” the AC Drive output frequency is increased.

d0009: When “Closed,” the AC Drive output frequency is decreased.

FWD RUN COMMAND

UP COMMAND

DOWN COMMAND

MIN. OUTPUT FREQUENCY

MAX. OUTPUT FREQUENCY

UP TO FREQUENCY SETTING SIGNAL

Note: When both the Up and Down command terminals are “closed”, the AC drive neither accelerates or decelerates. The output frequency is also held constant.

Pr.42 Analog Meter Output Select

Parameter #42

Parameter Name Analog meter output select Factory Setting d0000

Settings d0000 Analog frequency meter ( 0 to [Maximum Frequency]) d0001 Analog current meter (0 to 250% of the rated drive output

current)

This parameter selects the analog Meter output for either output frequency or output current (refer to Control Terminals AFM, ACM).

Pr.43 Digital Output Frequency Multiplier Factor

Parameter #43

Parameter Name Digital output frequency multiplier factor Factory Setting d0001

Units 1 Parameter value d0001 - d0020

This parameter determines the multiplying factor for the AC drive digital output

frequency (+10V pulse, 50% duty cycle) at the digital output terminals (DFM, DCM). The number of output pulses per second on DFM is equal to the AC drive output frequency multiplied by Pr.43. The maximum output frequency is 1.2 KHz or less.

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Pr.44 Analog Output Gain Setting

Parameter #44

Parameter Name Analog output gain setting Factory Setting d0100%

Units 1% Parameter value d0001 - d0200%

This parameter can be programmed while the drive is running. This function regulates the voltage level of the analog signal output (frequency or

current) at the AFM output terminal, which is then fed to the meter.

AFM ACM

Analog frequency meter

The analog voltage output is proportional to the AC drive output frequency. The AC drive maximum operating frequency (Pr.03) is equivalent to 10 VDC. If necessary, adjust the output level using Pr.44 Analog Output Gain.

AFM ACM

Analog current meter

The analog voltage output is proportional to the AC drive output current. 10 VDC of analog voltage is equivalent to 2.5 times the AC drive rated output current. If necessary, adjust the output level using Pr.44 Analog Output Gain.

Digital frequency meter

DFM DCM T1

T2

DC10V

T1 / T2 (duty cycle) = 50% The number of output pulses per second is equal to the output frequency multiplied by [Pr.43]. Note: The digital frequency output should be less than 1.2 KHz.

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Pr.45 Pr.46 Multi-function Output Terminal Setting

Parameter #45 (MO1), 46(MO2)

Parameter Name Multi-function photocoupled output terminals: MO1, MO2 Factory Setting d0000, d0001

Units None Settings d0000 AC drive operational

d0001 Pre-set frequency attained d0002 Desired frequency attained d0003 Count down complete d0004 Non-zero speed

d0005 Over-torque detection d0006 Baseblock indicator d0007 Low-voltage detect indicator d0008 AC drive operation mode d0009 Fault indicator

Control terminals MO1 and MO2 are open collector outputs. Terminal MCM is signal return (refer to Control Terminal Block description).

Description

AC drive operational: This terminal will be “closed” when there is output from the AC drive or when the FWD or REV run command is input.

Pre-set frequency attained: This terminal will be “closed” once the AC drive attained the specified operating frequency.

Desired frequency attained: This terminal will be “closed” once the AC drive attained the desired operating frequency.

Count down complete: This terminal will be “closed” when the AC drive’s internal counter, triggered by the external input TRG, starts countdown and reaches d0001. Set the count down value using Pr.63 and Pr.66.

Non-zero speed: This terminal will be “closed” when the AC drive output frequency is greater than the minimum output frequency.

Over-torque detection: This terminal will remain “closed” as long as over-torque is detected. Set the over-torque detection level using Pr.61 and the over-torque detection time using Pr.62.

Baseblock indicator: This terminal will always be “closed” as long as the AC drive output is turned off.

Low-voltage detect indicator: This terminal will be “closed” when the AC drive detects a low voltage state.

AC drive operation mode: This terminal will be “closed” when the AC drive is operated by commands via the RS-485 serial interface or control terminals.

Fault indicator: This terminal will be “closed” when a major fault is detected.

Please see descriptions below.

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Pr.47 Desired Frequency Attained Setting

Parameter #47

Parameter Name Desired frequency attained setting Factory Setting d000.0 Hz

Units 0.1 Hz Parameter value d000.0 - d400.0 Hz

Used to select a specified frequency, set in increments of 0.1 Hz. ( See Pr.45, 46 )

Pr.48 Pr.49 Analog Input Setting for Output Frequency Range

Parameter #48

Parameter Name Maximum output frequency voltage setting Factory Setting d010.0 V

Units 0.1 V Parameter value d000.0 - d010.0 V

This parameter can be programmed while the drive is running. Sets theinput signal voltage level (0 – 10V) that corresponds to the maximum

output frequency (Pr.03). Used in conjunction with Pr.49, this parameter may be used to set the analog input for frequency command curve setting. (See graph on next page)

Parameter #49Parameter Name Minimum output frequency voltage setting

Factory Setting d000.3 V Units 0.1 V

Parameter value d000.0 - d010.0 V

This parameter can be programmed while the drive is running. Sets the input signal voltage level (0 – 10V) that corresponds to the minimum

output frequency (Pr.08). (See graph on next page)

Note: The absolute value of the difference between the settings of Pr.48 and Pr.49 should be greater than or equal to 3.

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0V 10VPr.49 Pr.48

Pr.03

Pr.08

0V 10VPr.49Pr.48

Pr.03

Pr.08

Analog input signal levelAnalog input signal level

Output frequency Output frequency

The analog input signal level is the combined input signals from the analog voltage input

(AVI) (0 - 10 V) and analog current input (ACI) (4 - 20 mA). The voltage corresponding to the analog current input (4 - 20 mA) and analog input signal level is defined as follows:

Analog current frequency command

10 V

0 V 4 mA 20 mA

Voltage corresponding to the analog input signal level

5 V

12 mA

An example of such application may be illustrated as follows:

Analog input signal level 0V 10V

Pr.08

Pr.03

5V

60 Hz

1.5 Hz

= 60.0 Hz

= 1.5 Hz

Pr.49

Pr.48 = 5.0 V

= 0 V

0 V 10 V

Pr.08

Pr.03

60 Hz

1.5 Hz

= 60.0 Hz

= 1.5 Hz

Pr.49

Pr.48 = 5.0 V

= 1 V

5 V1 V

Output frequency Output frequency

Analog input signal level

Pr.50 Reserved

Pr.51 Reserved

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Torque and Slip Compensation

Pr.52 Pr.53

Motor Current Setting

Parameter #52

Parameter Name Motor rated current Factory Setting d0100%

Units 1% Parameter value d0030 - d0120%

This parameter can be programmed while the drive is running. This parameter must be set according to the motor specification found on its

nameplate. This setting will limit the AC drive output current in order to prevent the motor from overheating. When the motor current exceeds this value, the output frequency will be reduced until the current drops below this limit.

Parameter #53Parameter Name Motor no-load current

Factory Setting d0040 Units 1%

Parameter value d0000 - d0099%

This parameter can be programmed while the drive is running. This parameter sets the motor no-load current in 1% increments.

Pr.54 Torque Compensation Setting

Parameter #54

Parameter Name Auto torque-compensation Factory Setting d0000

Units 1% Parameter value d0000 - d0010%

This parameter can be programmed while the drive is running. This parameter may be set so that the AC drive will increase the voltage output

during startup to obtain a higher initial starting torque. This additional torque will be present until the master operating frequency is attained.

Be careful while setting the value for Pr.54. If the value is too high, the motor might overheat or be damaged.

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Pr.55 Slip Compensation

Parameter #55

Parameter Name Slip compensation Factory Setting d000.0

Units 0.1% Parameter value d000.0 - d010.0%

This parameter can be programmed while the drive is running. This parameter is used to compensate for the nominal slip within a range of 0.0 -

10.0%. When the output current of the AC drive is greater than the motor no-load current (Pr.53), the AC drive will adjust its output frequency according to Pr.55.

Example: If Pr. 04 is set at 60Hz and Pr. 55 is set at 10%, the drive will increase the output frequency up to 6% under full load conditions to compensate for slip.

Pr.56 Reserved

Pr.57 Multi-function Indication Output Contact

Parameter #57

Parameter Name Multi-function indication output contact RA-RC(NO), RB-RC(NC)Factory Setting d0000

Settings d0000 Fault indicator d0001 AC drive operational d0002 Pre-set frequency attained d0003 Desired frequency attained d0004 Non-zero speed d0005 Over-torque detection d0006 Baseblock indicator

This parameter sets the multi-function programmable relay contact outputs. The contact ratings are 250Vac @ 2A, 30Vdc @ 2A. Set parameter Pr.57 according to the table listed above.

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Overload Detection Setting

Pr.58 Pr.59

Electronic Thermal Overload Relay

Parameter #58

Parameter Name Motor derating curve during temperature change Factory Setting d0002

Units None Settings d0000 Active with standard motor

d0001 Active with special motor d0002 Inactive

To prevent self-cooling motors from over-heating while running at low speeds, this parameter may be set to limit the AC drive output power.

d0000: The electronic thermal characteristics behave in accordance with a reduced torque motor (standard motor).

d0001: The electronic thermal characteristics behave in accordance with a constant torque motor (special motor).

Parameter #59Parameter Name Electronic thermal characteristics selection

Factory Setting d0060 Units 1 Sec

Parameter value d0030 - d0300 Sec.

This parameter determines the time required to activate the I2t electronic thermal protection function. The activation time may be defined according to short, standard and long time ratings.

0 80 120 140 20020 40 60 100

1

160 180

2

3

4

5

Operation time (min)

Load factor (%)

60Hz or more

50Hz

10Hz

5Hz

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Pr.60 Pr.61 Pr.62

Over-torque Detection Setting

Parameter #60

Parameter Name Over-torque detection mode select Factory Setting d0000

Settings d0000 Over-torque detection not enabled d0001 Over-torque detection during constant speed operation,

operation halted after over-torque detection d0002 Over-torque detection during constant speed operation,

operation continues after over-torque detection d0003 Over-torque detection during operation, operation halted

after over-torque detection d0004 Over-torque detection during operation, operation continues

after over-torque detection

This parameter determines the AC drive operation after an over-torque is detected. Over-torque detection is based on the following: When the output current exceeds the over-torque detection level (Pr.61, factory preset value = 150%) and the over- torque detection time (Pr.62, factory preset value = 0.1 second, hysteresis fixed at 10%). The Multi-function PHC output 1 and 2 may be set to indicate an over-torque condition. Refer to Pr.45, 46. The Multi-function Indication Output (Pr. 57) may also be set to indicate an over-torque condition.

Parameter #61Parameter Name Over-torque detection level

Factory Setting d0150 Units 1%

Parameter value d0030 - d0200%

This parameter sets the over-torque detection level at 1% increments. The AC drive rated current is regarded as 100%.

Parameter #62Parameter Name Over-torque detection time

Factory Setting d000.1 Sec Units 0.1 Sec

Parameter value d000.1 - d010.0 Sec

This parameter sets the over-torque detection time in units of 0.1 second.

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Pr.63 Pre-set Count Down Value Attained Setting

Parameter #63

Parameter Name Pre-set count down value attained Factory Setting d0001

Parameter value d0001 - d9999

When the VFD-A internal counter, triggered by the external input TRG, counts down and reaches this specified value, the specified output terminal (MO1) will be closed (assuming that Pr.45 is set to d0003). The output terminal (MO1) will be opened when the internal counter reaches the value specified in Pr.66. (See chart below)

Pr.66 Count Down Value Setting

Parameter #66

Parameter Name Count down value setting Factory Setting d0001

Units 1 Parameter value d0001 - d9999

This parameter determines the value of the VFD-A internal counter. The internal counter may be triggered by an external signal via the external input TRG terminal. Upon completion of the countdown, the specified output terminal (MO2) will be closed (assuming that Pr.46 is set to d0003). (See chart below)

The timing chart is illustrated as follows:

Application example:

"CLOSED"

Pr.45 = d0003

Pr.46 = d0003

Pr.63 = d0005

Pr.66 = d0010

c 10 c 09 c 08 c 07 c 06 c 05 c 04 c 03 c 02 c 01 c 10 c 09 c 08

TRG

MO1

Control terminal

MO2

"CLOSED"T T

1 2Control

terminal

Control terminal

Note: The minimum On time for T2 is 2 msec or more. The minimum cycle time for T1 is 6 msec. or more.

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Display Functions

Pr.64 Function Display Setting

Parameter #64

Parameter Name Displays the contents of the monitored item Factory Setting d0000

Settings d0000 Displays the actual operating frequency (H) d0001 Displays the user-defined setting (v) d0002 Displays the value of the internal counter (c)

Displays the contents of the monitored item as follows:

H: Displays the actual operation frequency v: Displays the user-defined setting ( where v = H x Pr.65 )

c: Displays the value of the internal counter. This counter is triggered by an external signal provided via the external input TRG. When the counter reaches d0000 during count down, the multi-function output terminal MO1 or MO2 will be “closed” (Refer to Pr.45, 46). The counter will use the value contained in Pr.66 as its starting point when another count down is to be executed.

Pr.65 Coefficient K Setting

Parameter #65

Parameter Name Coefficient of line speed Factory Setting d001.0

Units 0.1 Parameter value d000.1 - d200.0

This parameter can be programmed while the drive is running. Coefficient K determines the multiplying factor for the user-defined setting (v).

The value of the user-defined setting (v) is calculated and displayed as follows: Display value of v = output frequency x K. The maximum value that can be displayed is . If the value of v exceeds 9999, the actual value is equal to the display value multiplied by 10.

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System Functions

Pr.67 Pr.68 Pr.69 Pr.70

Skip Frequencies 1 to 3 Setting

Parameter #67, 68, 69

Parameter Name Skip frequency 1, 2, 3 Factory Setting d000.0 Hz

Units 0.1 Hz Parameter value d000.1 - d400.0 Hz

This parameter determines the three skip frequencies, which in conjunction with Pr.70 [Skip Frequency Band] will cause the AC drive to skip operation at these frequency ranges. (See graph below)

Parameter #70Parameter Name Skip frequency band

Factory Setting d000.1 Units 0.1 Hz

Parameter value d000.1 - d020.0 Hz

This parameter determines the frequency band of a given [Skip frequency]. The actual band is 2 x Skip frequency band, half of which is above and the other half is below the [Skip frequency] setting. Setting this parameter to 0.1 to disable all skip frequencies. (See graph below)

0

Frequency to be jumped

Skip frequency set point

Output frequency

Adjustable range

Commandfrequency

Accelerating

Decelerating

Pr.69

Pr.68

Pr.67

Pr.70

Pr.70

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Pr.71 PWM Frequency Setting

Parameter #71

Parameter Name PWM frequency setting Factory Setting d0005

Settings d0001 fc = 3 KHz d0002 fc = 6 KHz d0003 fc = 9 KHz d0004 fc = 12 KHz d0005 fc = 15 KHz

This parameter determines the carrier frequency for the PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) output.

Carrier frequency Acoustic noise Leakage current Heat dissipation 3 KHz significant minimal minimal 6 KHz 9 KHz

12 KHz 15 KHz minimal significant significant

Note: For AC drives rated below 7.5 KW (10HP), the output current derating applies above 9 KHz. For AC drives rated 7.5KW and above, the output current derating applies above 12KHz. See figure below:

3 6 9 12 15

100

80

90

Carrier Frequency, KHz

% Output Current (A)

Pr.72 Auto Reset / Restart Operation after Fault

Parameter #72

Parameter Name Auto reset / restart operation after fault Factory Setting d0000

Parameter value d0000 - d0010

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Reset / restart operation may be performed up to 10 times after a fault has occurred. Setting this parameter to 0 disables the reset / restart operation after any fault has occurred. If a protective shut-down operation (oc, ov) occurs during operation, the auto reset / restart function can be selected. (Refer to Fault Names in Ch. 7)

Pr.73 Pr.74 Pr.75

Fault Records

Parameter #73, 74, 75

Parameter Name Three most recent fault records Factory Setting d0000

Settings d0000 d0001 Over-current (oc) d0002 Over-voltage (ov) d0003 Overheat (oH)

d0004 Overload (oL) d0005 Overload 1 (oL1) d0006 External fault (EF) d0007 CPU failure 1 (CF1) d0008 CPU failure 3 (CF3) d0009 Hardware protection failure (HPF) d0010 Over-current during acceleration (ocA) d0011 Over-current during deceleration (ocd) d0012 Over-current during steady state operation (ocn) d0013 Ground fault or fuse failure (GFF) d0014 Manufacturer-used diagnostics d0015 Manufacturer-used diagnostics d0016 Manufacturer-used diagnostics d0017 External baseblock (bb) d0018 Overload 2 (oL2) d0019 Manufacturer-used diagnostics d0020 Manufacturer-used diagnostics

These parameters store records of the three most recent faults that have occurred.

Pr.76 Keypad Lockout / Reset

Parameter #76

Parameter Name Keypad Lockout / Reset Factory Setting d0000

Settings d0000 All parameters can always be set and read d0001 All parameters are read-only

d0002 - d0009 Not used d0010 Resets all parameters to the factory defaults

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This setting determines the access to the parameters and allows the user to return all parameters to the factory default settings.

Pr.77 Baud Rate

Parameter #77

Parameter Name Special function parameter Factory Setting d0000

Settings d0000 1200 baud (Data rate bps) d0001 2400 baud (Data rate bps) d0002 4800 baud (Data rate bps)

This parameter sets the communication baud rate between the personal computer and the AC drive. A personal computer may be connected to the AC drive via its RS-485 serial port. The PC may then be used to set or modify the internal parameters of the AC drive, or to control and monitor the AC drive operation. Thirty- two AC drives may be connected simultaneously to a personal computer.

Pr.78 Slave Address

Parameter #78

Parameter Name Slave address Factory Setting d0000

Units None Parameter value d0000 - d0031

If the VFD-A is to be operated by remote control via the RS-485 serial interface, the bus address should be specified using this parameter.

A 0 A 1 A 2 A 30 A 31

PC

RS-485

A personal computer may be used to load, change, or monitor the parameter value through the PC‘s RS-485 interface, which permits communication with higher-level automation systems.

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Pr.79 Reserved

Pr.80 Manufacturer-used Function

This parameter displays the firmware version number of the AC drive, which may vary according to the software version and AC drive system number.

This parameter is read only.

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6 Summary of Parameter Settings

This chapter summarizes all the 10 groups of parameters. The page number shown in parenthesis will direct you to the explanation of settings associated with each parameter.

NO. Parameter Name Function Explanation Parameter ValueFactory Setting

00 Command frequency

source select

Command frequency

source select

d0000: Command frequency input determined by the digital control panel d0000

(page 20) d0001: Command frequency input determined by the analog signal (DC 0 to +10 V) + (DC 4 to 20 mA)

d0002: Command frequency input determined by remote control via the RS-485 serial interface

01 Operation Command source

Operation command source select

d0000: Operating instructions determined by the digital control panel d0000

(page 21) d0001: Operating instructions determined by the external terminal connections, keypad STOP key effective

d0002: Operating instructions determined by the external terminal connections, keypad STOP key not effective

d0003 Operating instructions determined by the RS-485 serial interface, keypad STOP key effective

d0004: Operating instructions determined by the RS-485 serial interface, keypad STOP key not effective

02 Motor stop method Motor stop method d0000: RAMP stop d0000 (page 20) d0001: Coasting to stop

03 V / F curve setting Max. operating d050.0 - d400.0 Hz d060.0 04 (page 21) Max. voltage frequency d010.0 - d400.0 Hz d060.0 05 Max. output voltage d002.0 - d255.0 V d220.0 06 Mid-point frequency d000.1 - d400.0 Hz d001.5 07 Mid-point voltage d002.0 - d255.0 V d010.0 08 Min. output frequency d000.1 - d020.0 Hz d001.5 09 Min. output voltage d002.0 - d050.0 V d010.0

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NO. Parameter Name Function Explanation Parameter ValueFactory Setting 10 Accel / decel time Acceleration time 1 d000.1 - d600.0 sec d010.0 11 Setting Deceleration time 1 d000.1 - d600.0 sec d010.0 12 (page 24) Acceleration time 2 d000.1 - d600.0 sec d010.0 13 Deceleration time 2 d000.1 - d600.0 sec d010.0

14 Jog accel / decel time (page 25) Jog accel / decel time select

d000.1 - d600.0 sec d010.0

15 S-curve (page 26) S-curve setting d0000 - d0007 d0000

16 Multi-step speed Multi-step speed setting 1 d000.0 - d400.0 Hz d000.0 17 operation Multi-step speed setting 2 d000.0 - d400.0 Hz d000.0 18 (page 26) Multi-step speed setting 3 d000.0 - d400.0 Hz d000.0 19 Multi-step speed setting 4 d000.0 - d400.0 Hz d000.0 20 Multi-step speed setting 5 d000.0 - d400.0 Hz d000.0 21 Multi-step speed setting 6 d000.0 - d400.0 Hz d000.0 22 Multi-step speed setting 7 d000.0 - d400.0 Hz d000.0

23 Jog frequency (page 27) Jog frequency select d000.1 - d400.0 Hz d006.0

d0000: REV run enable 24 REV run setting

(page 27)

REV run

d0001: REV run disable d0000

d0000: Disable over-voltage stall prevention 25 Over-voltage stall prevention (page 28)

Over-voltage stall prevention

d0001: Enable over-voltage stall prevention

d0001

26 Over-current stall prevention

Over-current stall prevention during acceleration

d0050 - d0200 % d0170

27 (page 28) Over-current stall prevention during operation

d0050 - d0200 % d0170

28 DC braking current setting

DC braking current

d0000 - d0100% d0000

29 (page 30) DC braking time during start-up

d000.0 - d005.0 sec d000.0

30 DC braking time during stopping

d000.0 - d025.0 sec d000.0

31 DC braking start-up frequency

d000.0 - d060.0 Hz d000.0

32 Momentary power loss protection

Momentary power failure operation mode selection

d0000: Operation stops after momentary power Loss. d0000

(page 31)

d0001: Operation continues after momentary power loss. Speed search starts with the frequency reference value.

d0002: Operation continues after momentary

power loss. Speed search starts with the minimum output frequency.

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NO. Parameter Name Function Explanation Parameter ValueFactory Setting

33 Maximum allowable power loss time d000.3 - d005.0 sec d002.0

34 Minimum base block time d000.3 - d005.0 sec d000.5

35 Speed search

current limit d0030 - d0200 % d0150

36 Reference freq. upper / lower limit

Reference frequency upper limit setting d000.1 - d400.0 Hz d400.0

37 setting (page 32)

Reference frequency lower limit setting

d000.0 - d400.0 Hz d000.0

38 External control 2-wire / 3-wire operation d0000: FWD / STOP, REV / STOP d0000 terminal setting control selection d0001: FWD / REV, RUN / STOP

(page 33) d0002: 3-WIRE operation control mode

39 Multi-function input Multi-function input 1 d0000: Multi-step speed command 1 d0000 40 terminal setting Multi-function input 2 d0001: Multi-step speed command 2 d0001 41 Multi-function input 3 d0002: Multi-step speed command 3 d0002

(page 34) d0003: Jog frequency reference select d0004: Accel / decel speed inhibit command d0005: First and second accel/decel time select d0006: External baseblock (NO- contact input)

d0007: External baseblock (NC- contact input) d0008: Up command

d0009: Down command

42 Analog meter Analog output select d0000: Analog frequency meter ( 0 to Maximum

Frequency ) d0000

output select (page 35) d0001:

Analog current meter ( 0 to 250% of the rated drive output current )

43 Digital output frequency multiplier factor (page 35)

Digital output frequency multiplier select

d0001 - d0020 d0001

44 Analog output gain setting (page 36)

Analog output gain select

d0001 - d0200 % d0100

45 Multi-function output Multi-function output d0000: AC drive operational d0000 terminal setting terminal 1 (MO1) d0001: Pre-set frequency attained

46 (page 37) Multi-function output d0002: Desired frequency attained d0001 terminal 2 (MO2) d0003: Count down complete

d0004: Non-zero speed d0005: Over-torque detection d0006: Baseblock indicator d0007: Low-voltage detect indicator d0008: AC drive operation mode

d0009: Fault indicator

47 Desired frequency attained setting (page 38)

Desired frequency attained d000.0 - d400.0 Hz d000.0

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NO. Parameter Name Function Explanation Parameter ValueFactory Setting

48 Analog input for output frequency range

Max. output frequency voltage setting.

d000.0 - d010.0 V d010.0

49 (page 38) Min. output frequency

voltage setting. d000.0 - d010.0 V d000.3

50 Reserved 51 Reserved

52 Motor current setting

Motor rated current d0030 - d0120 % d0100

53 (page 40) Motor no-load current d0000 - d0099 % d0040

54 Torque compensation setting (page 40)

Auto torque compensation gain d0000 - d0010 % d0000

55 Slip compensation (page 41)

Slip correction compensation

d000.0 - d010.0 % d000.0

56 Reserved 57 Multi-function d0000: Fault indicator d0000 indication output d0001: AC drive operational contact d0002: Pre-set frequency attained RA-RC (NO) d0003: Desired frequency attained

RB-RC (NC) d0004: Non-zero speed (page 41) d0005: Over-torque detection d0006: Baseblock indicator

58 Electronic thermal Motor current derated by d0000: Active with standard motor d0002

overload relay (page 42)

temperature. d0001: Active with special motor

d0002: Inactive 59 Electronic thermal characteristics selection (42) d0030 d0300 sec d0060

60 Over-torque detection setting

Over-torque detection mode select

d0000: Over-torque detection not enabled d0000

(page 43)

d0001: Over-torque detection during constant

speed operation, operation halted after over-torque

d0002: Over-torque detection during constant

speed operation, operation continues after over-torque detection

d0003: Over-torque detection during operation,

operation halted after over-torque

d0004: Over-torque detection during operation,

operation continues after over-torque detection

61 Over-torque detection d0030 d0200 % d0150 62 Over-torque detection time d000.1 d010.0 sec d000.1

64 Function display Function Display Setting d0000: Displays the actual operating freq. (H) d0000 setting d0001: Displays the user-defined setting (v) d0002: Displays the value of the internal (page 45) Counter (c)

65 Coefficient K setting for line speed (page45) d000.1 d200.0 d001.0

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NO. Parameter Name Function Explanation Parameter ValueFactory Setting 63 Pre-set count down setting (page 44) d0001 - d9999 d0001 66 Count down value setting (page 44) d0001 - d9999 d0001

67 Skip frequencies Skip Frequency 1 d000.0 - d400.0 Hz d000.0 68 1 to 3 setting Skip Frequency 2 d000.0 - d400.0 Hz d000.0 69 (page 46) Skip Frequency 3 d000.0 - d400.0 Hz d000.0 70 Skip Frequency Band d000.1 - d020.0 Hz d000.1

71 PWM Frequency setting (page 47)

Carrier frequency select d0001: fc = 3 KHz, d0002: fc = 6 KHz d0003: fc = 9 KHz, d0004: fc = 12 KHz

d0005

d0005: fc = 15 KHz

72 Auto reset/restart operation after fault (page47) d0000 - d0010 d0000

73 Fault records Most recent fault record d0000: Fault records clear (No errors occurred ) d0000

74 (page 48) Second most recent fault record d0001: Over-current (oc) d0000

75 Third most recent fault record d0002: Over-voltage (ov) d0000

d0003: Overheat (oH) d0004: Overload (oL) d0005: Overload 1 (oL1) d0006: External fault (EF) d0007: CPU failure 1 (CF1) d0008: CPU Failure 3 (CF3) d0009: Hardware protection failure (HPF) d0010: O.C. during acceleration (ocA) d0011: O.C. during deceleration (ocd) d0012: O.C. during steady state operation (ocn) d0013: Ground fault or fuse failure (GFF) d0014-16: Manufacture used diagnostics

d0017: External baseblock (bb) d0018: Overload 2 (oL2) d0019-20: Manufacture used diagnostics

76 Keypad lockout Keypad lockout or reset

d0000: All parameters can always be set and read

d0000

(page 48) d0001: All parameters are read-only d0002-d0009: not used

d0010: Resets all parameters to the factory defaults

77 Baud rate Data rate in bps d0000: 1200 baud (Data rate bps) d0002

(page 49) d0001: 2400 baud (Data rate bps) d0002: 4800 baud (Data rate bps)

78 Slave address (page49) d0000-d0031 d0000 79 Reserved 80 AC motor drive model number and software version (page 50)

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7 Troubleshooting and Fault Information

The AC drive has a comprehensive fault diagnosis system that includes more than 20 different alarms and fault messages. Once a fault is detected, the corresponding protective functions will be activated to turn off the AC drive output. The various AC drive failures may be classified as follows:

Over Voltage / Low VoltageHeat sink Over TemperatureMotor OverloadAC drive OverloadMotor StalledMicroprocessor Systems Failure

The three most recent faults are stored in the AC drive non-volatile memory and may be read through the digital keypad, or through the RS-485 interface on the control board.

Troubleshooting and Fault Information

This section provides information to guide the user in understanding the various AC drive fault conditions and their general troubleshooting procedures. A listing and description of the different AC drive failures is given, along with their possible solutions. A section on general troubleshooting is also included for reference.

Important: Pressing the Reset button will not restore the AC drive to its normal operating conditions unless the fault is corrected. During any failure, the AC drive switches off and an error message will appear in the display. The last error that occurred is stored in Pr.73.

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Common Problems and Solutions

Fault Name Fault Descriptions Corrective Actions

The over-current hardware trip circuit detects an abnormal increase in current.

Check whether the motor output power corresponds to the AC drive output power. Check the wiring connections between the AC drive and motor for possible short circuits. Increase the Acceleration time 1 and 2 (Pr. 10, 12). Check for possible excessive loading conditions at the motor. After short-circuit being removed, if there is any abnormal conditions when operating the AC Motor Drive, it should be sent back to the agency or manufacturer.

The AC drive detects that the DC bus voltage has exceeded its maximum allowable value.

Check whether the input voltage falls within the rated AC drive input voltage. Check for possible voltage transients. Bus over-voltage may also be caused by motor regeneration. Either increase the Decel time or add an optional braking resistor. Check whether the required braking power is within the specified limits.

The AC drive temperature sensor detects excessive heat.

Ensure that the ambient temperature falls within the specified temperature range. Make sure that the ventilation holes are not obstructed. Remove any foreign objects on the heatsinks and check for possible dirty heatsink fins. Provide enough spacing for adequate ventilation.

The AC drive detects that the DC bus voltage has fallen below its minimum value.

Check whether the input voltage falls within the rated AC drive’s input voltage.

The AC drive detects excessive drive output current. The AC drive can withstand up to 150% of the rated current for a maximum of 60 seconds.

Check whether the motor is overloaded. Reduce the torque compensation setting as set in Pr.54. Increase the AC drive’s output capacity.

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Fault Name Fault Descriptions Corrective Actions

Internal electronic overload trip: Motor is overloaded. Reduce the current level so that the drive output current does not exceed the value set by the [Motor rated current] Pr.52.

Check for possible motor overload. Check electronic thermal overload setting. Increase motor capacity.

Motor overload. Check the parameter settings Pr.60, 62.)

Reduce the motor load. Adjust the over-torque detection setting to an appropriate setting.

Over-current during acceleration: 1. Short-circuit at motor output. 2. Torque boost too high. 3. Acceleration time too short. 4. AC drive output capacity too small.

Check for possible poor insulation at the output line. Decrease the torque boost setting in Pr.-54. Increase the acceleration time. Replace with an AC drive with higher output capacity.

Over-current during deceleration: 1. Short-circuit at motor output. 2. Deceleration time too short. 3. AC drive output capacity too small.

Check for possible poor insulation at the output line. Increase the deceleration time. Replace with an AC drive with higher output capacity.

Over-current during steady state operation: 1. Short-circuit at motor output. 2. Sudden increase in motor loading. 3. AC drive output capacity too small.

Check for possible poor insulation at the output line. Check for possible motor stall. Replace with an AC drive with higher output capacity.

The external terminal EF- DCM goes from ON to OFF.

External fault.

AC drive internal circuitry failure.

1. Switch off power supply. 2. Check whether the input voltage falls within the rated AC drive input voltage. 3. Switch the AC drive back on.

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Fault Name Fault Descriptions Corrective Actions

AC drive E 2PROM contains

invalid data or can not be programmed.

Check the connections between the main control board and the power board. Reset drive to factory defaults.

Ground fault or fuse failure: Ground fault : The AC drive output is abnormal. When the output terminal is grounded (short circuit current is 50% more than the AC drive rated current), the AC drive power module may be damaged. The short circuit protection is provided for the AC drive protection, not user protection.

Ground fault : 1. Check whether the IGBT power module is damaged. 2. Check for possible poor insulation at the output line.

Fuse failure: The fuse failure information will be displayed by the LED located on the power board.

Fuse failure: 1. Replace Fuse. 2. Check whether the IGBT power module is damaged. 3. Check for possible poor insulation at the output line.

External baseblock. AC drive output is turned off.

When the multi-function input 1 (2, 3)-DCM terminal goes from OFF to ON, the AC drive output will be turned off.

Drive’s internal circuitry abnormal.

Switch off power supply. Check whether the input voltage falls within the rated AC drive input voltage. Switch on the AC drive.

Protection circuitry of hardware detected abnormal operation.

Remove power from the AC drive and then restore power. If H.P.F. fault appears again, the AC drive should be returned for service.

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APPENDIX A Standard Specifications

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Voltage classification 230V

Model name VFD-  007* 015* 022* 037 055 075 110 150 185 220 3 Phase motor rating (KW) 0.75 1.5 2.2 3.7 5.5 7.5 11.0 15.0 18.5 22.0

3 Phase motor rating (HP) 1.0 2.0 3.0 5.0 7.5 10.0 15.0 20.0 25.0 30.0 Inverter output (KVA) 1.9 2.5 4.2 6.5 9.5 12.5 17.5 22.8 28.6 33.2 Output current (A) 5.0 6.5 11 17 25 33 46 60 75 87 Output voltage (V) Adjustable from 0 to input voltage

O ut

pu t R

at in

g

Output frequency (Hz) Programmable from 0 to 400 Hz

Rated AC input power supply 200 / 208/ 220 / 240 VAC, three phase, 50 / 60Hz

Single (3-phase Input Current) 6.8 8.9 14.3 Input Current (A) 7.4 9.9 15.5 19.6 33.5 43.3 46 76 83 99

Operational range (V) 180∼265 VAC, 47∼63 Hz

In pu

t R at

in g

Power factor (Displacement) 0.8 (Lagging)

Control system Sinusoidal PWM control Frequency control range 0.1∼400.0 Hz Frequency setting resolution 0.1 Hz

Output frequency resolution 0.1 Hz

Overload current rating 150% of rated current for 1 minute

Acceleration / deceleration time 0.1∼600.0 Sec Torque characteristics Starting torque 150% or more (at 5 Hz)

Regenerative braking Incorporate regenerative braking circuit

V / F pattern Any V / F pattern setting

C on

tro l C

ha ra

ct er

is tic

s

Stall prevention level Setting to percentage of rated current

Digital operation ﹑Setting by or JOG Frequency

setting External signal Variable resistor of 5K/ 0.5W, 0 to 10 VDC, 4∼20mA, RS-485 serial port, Multi-function 1∼3(JOG, Multi-step speed, Up / Down)

Digital operation Setting by RUN, STOP, FWD / REV Operation Setting Signal External signal FWD, REV, EF can be combined for 2 or 3-wire operation, RS-485 serial interface.

Multi-function input signal Multi-step selection 1 ∼7, Jogging, Accel. / Decel. Prohibit, First / Second Accel. / Decel. Switching command, External BB (NC, NO selection), etc.

Multi-function output signal During running, Up to frequency setting, Up to desired frequency setting Count out detection, Non zero-speed, Over-torque detection, etc. O

pe ra

tin g

C ha

ra ct

er is

tic s

Analog / Digital Output Analog frequency / current signal output, digital frequency signal output

Other functions Automatic Voltage Regulation (AVR), S-Curve, over voltage, over-current stall prevention, abnormal records checking, Carrier-frequency adjustable, DC braking, DB starting frequency setting, Momentary power failure restart, Frequency limit, etc.

Protective function Over-current, over voltage, under voltage, electronic thermal, overheat ground fault, overload limit, over voltage supply, etc., but no short-circuit protection of output terminals.

Cooling Method Forced air-cooling

Installation site Altitude 1,000m or lower, keep from corrosive gasses, liquid and dust

Pollution Degree 2

Ambient temperature -10°C ∼ 40°C (-10°C∼50°C without blind plate) at rated voltage and rated current. Storage temperature -20°C ∼ 60°C Ambient Humidity Below 90% RH (non-condensing) En

vi ro

nm en

ts

Vibration 1.0G less than 20Hz, 0.6G at 20∼50Hz

Options EG2010A extension cable, LC-A05E, LC-A10E digital keypad, RC-01 remote control unit, MVR / MHR Braking resistor

* Only 220V Series, 0.75∼2.2Kw provide single-phase input. Note 1: The frequency can be reached to 1500Hz by VFD-H Series AC Motor Drives. Note 2: 11Kw∼22Kw models, exclude inherent braking transistor, external braking is optional.

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Voltage classification 460V

Model name VFD- 007 015 022 037 055 075 110 150 185 220 3 Phase motor rating (KW) 0.75 1.5 2.2 3.7 5.5 7.5 11.0 15.0 18.5 22.0

3 Phase motor rating (HP) 1.0 2.0 3.0 5.0 7.5 10.0 15.0 20.0 25.0 30.0

Inverter output (KVA) 2.3 3.2 4.2 6.3 9.9 13.7 18.3 24.4 28.9 34.3

Output current (A) 3 4.2 5.5 8.2 13 18 24 32 38 45

Output voltage (V) Adjustable from 0 to input voltage

O ut

pu t R

at in

g

Output frequency (Hz) Programmable from 0 to 400 Hz

Rated AC input power supply 380 / 400 / 415 / 480 VAC, three phase, 50 / 60Hz

Input Current (A) 4.2 43A 5.8

43B 6.0

7.2 8.5 14.0 20.6 28 30 39 49

Operational range (V) 340∼500 VAC, 47∼63 Hz

In pu

t R at

in g

Power factor (Displacement) 0.8 (Lagging)

Control system Sinusoidal PWM control

Frequency control range 0.1∼400.0 Hz Frequency setting resolution 0.1 Hz

Output frequency resolution 0.1 Hz

Overload current rating 150% of rated current for 1 minute

Acceleration / deceleration time 0.1∼600.0 Sec Torque characteristics Starting torque 150% or more (at 5 Hz)

Regenerative braking Incorporate regenerative braking circuit

V / F pattern Any V / F pattern setting

C on

tro l C

ha ra

ct er

is tic

s

Stall prevention level Setting to percentage of rated current

Digital operation ﹑Setting by or JOGFrequency setting External signal Variable resistor of 5K/ 0.5W, 0 to 10 VDC, 4∼20mA, RS-485 serial port,

Multi-function 1∼3(JOG, Multi-step speed, Up / Down) Digital operation Setting by RUN, STOP, FWD / REV Operation Setting

Signal External signal FWD, REV, EF can be combined for 2 or 3-wire operation, RS-485 serial interface.

Multi-function input signal Multi-step selection 1 ∼7, Jogging, Accel. / Decel. Prohibit, First / Second Accel. / Decel. Switching command, External BB (NC, NO selection), etc.

Multi-function output signal During running, Up to frequency setting, Up to desired frequency setting Count out detection, Non zero-speed, Over-torque detection, etc. O

pe ra

tin g

C ha

ra ct

er is

tic s

Analog / Digital Output Analog frequency / current signal output, digital frequency signal output

Other functions Automatic Voltage Regulation (AVR), S-Curve, over voltage, over-current stall prevention, abnormal records checking, Carrier-frequency adjustable, DC braking, DB starting frequency setting, Momentary power failure restart, Frequency limit, etc.

Protective function Over-current, over voltage, under voltage, electronic thermal, overheat ground fault, overload limit, over voltage supply, etc., but no short-circuit protection of output terminals.

Cooling Method Forced air-cooling

Installation site Altitude 1,000m or lower, keep from corrosive gasses, liquid and dust

Pollution Degree 2

Ambient temperature -10°C∼ 40°C (-10°C∼50°C without blind plate) at rated voltage and rated current. Storage temperature -20°C∼60°C Ambient Humidity Below 90% RH (non-condensing) En

vi ro

nm en

ts

Vibration 1.0G less than 20Hz, 0.6G at 20∼50Hz

Options EG2010A extension cable, LC-A05E, LC-A10E digital keypad, RC-01 remote control unit, MVR / MHR Braking resistor

Note 1: The frequency can be reached to 1500Hz by VFD-H Series AC Motor Drives. Note 2: 11Kw∼22Kw models, exclude inherent braking transistor, external braking is optional.

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APPENDIX B Serial Communications

The different AC motor drive parameters can be programmed and displayed by remote control via the RS-485 serial interface. A personal computer may be used to load, change, or monitor the parameter value through the PC‘s RS-485 interface, which permits communication with higher-level automation systems. This appendix describes the following:

Computer ControlData Format and Protocol Character Delay Time and Response Delay Time

Computer Control

The VFD-A series AC motor drive has a built in RS-485 serial communication port on its control terminal block marked SG+, SG-. The two connector pins are defined as follows:

SG + : Signal + SG- : Signal -

Each VFD-A AC motor drive has a pre-assigned slave address specified by Pr.-78. The computer may select any AC drive according to this slave address. The computer may also control all of the AC drives connected to it when the “A” code in command string is 02H.

Data Format and Protocol

Data Format Baud Rate (Transmission speed in bits per second)

Range of values: 1200, 2400, 4800 Baud (See Pr.-77)

Eleven (11) bits are required to represent each character, as shown in the following example:

Number of bits Function 1 start bit 8 data bits 1 odd parity bit 1 stop bit

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0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Stop bitStartbit

Character string

Odd parity

T 0

1

11-bit (character frame)

Protocol

Control Command

"C,S,A,UU,MM,FFFF" COMPUTER TO AC MOTOR DRIV

COMMAND STRUCTURE

Word length = 11 characters

C: Header of control string S: Check sum (03H)

A: Command acknowledge 01H: Command acknowledged by a single AC drive 02H: Command acknowledged by all AC drives

UU: Slave address (“00” - “31”) MM: Operation command (X = don‘t care) X0 Stop X1 Forward running X2 Stop X3 Reverse running X4, X5 Jog (FWD) X6, X7 Jog (REV) X8 Reset after AC drive error FFFF Frequency command, Setting range: from 0000 (0.0Hz) to 4000 (400.0Hz)

Example: A setting of “1234” = 123.4 Hz

The AC drive will return a character string, the format of which will be as follows:

"C,S,B,UU,MM,FFFF" AC MOTOR DRIVE TO COMPUTER

COMMAND STRUCTURE

Word length = 11 characters

C: Header of control string S: Check sum (03H)

B: Acknowledge back Correct: 06H Error: 07H UU: Slave address (“00” - “31”)

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MM: Operation command (X = don‘t care) X0 Stop X1 Forward running X2 Stop X3 Reverse running X4, X5 Jog (FWD) X6, X7 Jog (REV) X8 Reset after AC drive error FFFF Frequency command, Setting range: from 0000 (0.0Hz) to 4000 (400.0Hz)

Example: A setting of “1234” = 123.4 Hz

Parameter Setting Command

"P,S,A,UU,NN,DDDD" COMPUTER TO AC MOTOR DRIV

COMMAND STRUCTURE

Word length = 11 characters

P: Header of parameter string S: Check sum (03H)

A: Command acknowledge 01H: Command acknowledged by a single AC drive 02H: Command acknowledged by all AC drives UU: Slave address (“00” - “31”) NN: Parameter number (“00” “80”) DDDD: Data of parameter

The AC drive will return a character string, the format of which will be as follows:

"P,S,B,UU,NN,DDDD" AC MOTOR DRIVE TO COMPUTE

COMMAND STRUCTURE

Word length = 11 characters

P: Header of parameter string S: Check sum (03H)

B: Acknowledge back Correct: 06H Error: 07H UU: Slave address (“00” - “31”) NN: Parameter number (“00” “80”) DDDD: Data of parameter

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Parameter Read Command

"R,S,A,UU,NN" COMPUTER TO AC MOTOR DRIV

COMMAND STRUCTURE

Word length = 7 characters

R: Header of read string S: Check sum (03H)

A: Command acknowledge 01H: Command acknowledged by a single AC drive 02H: Command acknowledged by all AC drives UU: Slave address (“00” - “31”) NN: Parameter number (“00” “80”)

The AC drive will return a character string, the format of which will be as follows:

"R,S,B,UU,NN,DDDD" AC MOTOR DRIVE TO COMPUTE

COMMAND STRUCTURE

Word length = 11 characters

R: Header of read string S: Check sum (03H)

B: Acknowledge back Correct: 06H Error: 07H UU: Slave address (“00” - “31”) NN: Parameter number (“00” “80”) DDDD: Data of parameter

AC drive Status Read Command

"Q,S,A,UU,NN" COMPUTER TO AC MOTOR DRIV

COMMAND STRUCTURE

Word length = 7 characters

Q: Header of question string S: Check sum (03H)

A: Command acknowledge 01H: Command acknowledged by a single AC drive 02H: Command acknowledged by all AC drives

UU: Slave address (“00” - “31”)

NN: Retrieve contents of drive status. (x = don‘t care) X0: Frequency command X1: Output frequency X2: Output current X3: Operation command Drive status and Error code

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The AC drive will return a character string, the format of which will be as follows:

"Q,S,B,UU,NN,ABCD" AC MOTOR DRIVE TO COMPUTER

COMMAND STRUCTURE

Word length = 11 characters

Q: Header of question string S: Check sum (03H) B: Acknowledge back Correct: 06H Error: 07H UU: Slave address (“00” - “31”) NN: 00 Frequency command = ABC.D (Hz) 01 Output frequency = ABC.D (Hz) 02 Output current = ABC.D (Amp) 03 Operation command, Drive status & Error code

ABCD: When NN = 00, ABC.D (Hz) When NN = 01, ABC.D (Hz) When NN = 02, ABC.D (Amp) When NN = 03, A: Operation command 0: Stop 1: Forward operation 2: Stop 3: Reverse operation 4: Forward jog 5: Forward jog 6: Reverse jog 7: Reverse jog 8: Reset after AC drive error B: AC drive status “ ” = Binary code bit map bit 0: 0 = Stop 1 = Run bit 1: 0 = Forward 1 = Reverse bit 2: 0 = Non-DC

braking start 1 = DC braking start

bit 3: 0 = Non-DC braking stop

1 = DC braking stop

bit no. 7 6 5 4 Frequency reference source 0 0 0 0 Keypad control 0 0 0 1 Multi-step speed command 1 0 0 1 0 Multi-step speed command 2 0 0 1 1 Multi-step speed command 3 0 1 0 0 Multi-step speed command 4 0 1 0 1 Multi-step speed command 5 0 1 1 0 Multi-step speed command 6 0 1 1 1 Multi-step speed command 7

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1 0 0 0 Jog speed command 1 0 0 1 Analog input freq. command 1 0 1 0 RS-485 serial interface 1 0 1 1 Up/Down control

CD: Error code

Code Fault Name 0 No error 01 Over-current (oc) 02 Over voltage (ov) 03 Overheat (oH) 04 Overload (oL) 05 Overload 1 (oL1) 06 External fault (EF) 07 CPU fault 1 (cF1) 08 CPU fault 3 (cF3) 09 Hardware Protection Fault (HPF) 10 Over-current acceleration (ocA) 11 Over-current deceleration (ocd) 12 Over-current normal (ocn) 13 Ground and fuse fault (GFF) 14 Low voltage (Lv) 15 Low voltage 1 (Lv1) 16 CPU fault 2 (cF2) 17 Baseblock (bb) 18 Overload (oL2) 19, 20 Reserved

Character Delay Time and Response Delay Time

Character Delay Time

CHAR CHAR CHAR

1 2 3

< 5ms Response Delay Time

String String String

1 2 3

10ms...20ms

InverterComputer Inverter Computer

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APPENDIX C Dimensions

181.5 [7.15] 196.0 [7.72]

21 3.

0 [8

.3 9]

22 6.

0 [8

.9 0]

5.5 [0.22] 167.0 [6.57]

5.5 [0.22]

9. 3

[0 .3

6]

VFD007A21A/H VFD007A23A/H VFD007A43A/H VFD015A21A/H VFD015A23A/H VFD015A43B/H Unit: mm

VFD015A43A VFD022A21A/H VFD022A23A/H VFD022A43A VFD037A23A/H VFD037A43A/H Unit: mm [inches]

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185.3 [7.30] 203.3 [8.00]

30 8

[1 2.

13 ]

32 3.

3 [1

2. 73

]

178 [7.01] 6.5 [0.26]

6.5 [0.26]

10 .2

[0 .4

0]

38 4.

0 [1

5. 12

]

40 3.

8 [1

5. 90

]

226.0 [8.90] 250.0 [9.84]

200 [7.87]

10.0 [0.39]

13 .0

[0 .5

1]

10.0[0.39]

VFD055A23A/H VFD055A43A/H VFD075A23A/H VFD075A43A/H Unit: mm [inches]

VFD110A23A/H VFD110A43A/H VFD150A23A/H VFD150A43A/H VFD185A23A/H VFD185A43A/H VFD220A23A/H VFD220A43A/H Unit: mm [inches]

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Digital Keypad

1. LC-A05E: it is used for A-Series 1HP~5HP Unit: mm [inch]

FWD

REV

DATA FUNC

PRGM

2. LC-A10E: it is used for A-Series 7.5HP~30HP

Unit: mm [inch]

FUNC

DATA

REV

FWD PRGM

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Remote Controller RC01 Adapter Unit: mm [inches]

Standard Extension Cable Unit: mm

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All Braking Resistors & Braking Units Use in AC Drives Note: Please only use DELTA resistors and recommended values. Other resistors and values will void Delta’s warranty. Please contact your nearest Delta representative for use of special resistors. For instance, in 460 V series, 100 HP, AC drive has 2 braking units with total of 16 braking resistors, so each braking unit uses 8 braking resistors. There should be at least 10 cm away from AC drive to avoid possible noise. Refer to the “Braking Unit Module User Manual” for further detail.

Applicable Motor

Vo lta

ge

HP kW

Full Load

Torque KG-M

Specification of

Resistors

Braking Unit Model VFDB

No. of Unit Used

Braking Resistors Model No. of Units Used

Braking Torque 10%ED

1/4 0.2 0.110 80W 200Ω BR080W200 1 400 1/2 0.5 0.216 80W 200Ω BR080W200 1 220 1 0.75 0.427 80W 200Ω BR080W200 1 125 2 1.5 0.849 300W 100Ω BR300W100 1 125 3 2.2 1.262 300W 70Ω BR300W070 1 125 5 3.7 2.080 400W 40Ω BR400W040 1 125

7.5 5.5 3.111 500W 30Ω BR500W030 1 125 10 7.5 4.148 1000W 20Ω BR1K0W020 1 125 15 11 6.186 2400W 13.6Ω 2015 1 BR1K2W6P8 2 125 20 15 8.248 3000W 10Ω 2015 1 BR1K5W005 2 125 25 18.5 10.281 4800W 8Ω 2022 1 BR1K2W008 4 125 30 22 12.338 4800W 6.8Ω 2022 1 BR1K2W6P8 4 125 40 30 16.497 6000W 5Ω 2015 2 BR1K5W005 4 125

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ie s

50 37 20.6 9600W 4Ω 2015 2 BR1K2W008 8 125 1/4 0.2 0.110 80W 750Ω BR080W750 1 300 1/2 0.5 0.216 80W 750Ω BR080W750 1 230 1 0.75 0.427 80W 750Ω BR080W750 1 125 2 1.5 0.849 300W 400Ω BR300W400 1 125 3 2.2 1.262 300W 250Ω BR300W250 1 125 5 3.7 2.080 400W 150Ω BR400W150 1 125

7.5 5.5 3.111 500W 100Ω BR500W100 1 125 10 7.5 4.148 1000W 75Ω BR1K0W075 1 125 15 11 6.186 1000W 50Ω 4030 1 BR1K0W050 1 125 20 15 8.248 1500W 40Ω 4030 1 BR1K5W040 1 125 25 18.5 10.281 4800W 32Ω 4030 1 BR1K2W008 4 125 30 22 12.338 4800W 27.2Ω 4030 1 BR1K2W6P8 4 125 40 30 16.497 6000W 20Ω 4030 1 BR1K5W005 4 125 50 37 20.6 9600W 16Ω 4045 1 BR1K2W008 8 125 60 45 24.745 9600W 13.6Ω 4045 1 BR1K2W6P8 8 125 75 55 31.11 12000W 10Ω 4030 2 BR1K5W005 8 125

46 0V

S er

ie s

100 75 42.7 19200W 6.8Ω 4045 2 BR1K2W6P8 16 125

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Braking Resistors & Braking Units

Braking Resistors & Braking Units

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Braking resistors model no.: BR1K0W050, BR1K2W008, BR1K2W6P8,

BR1K5W005, BR1K5W040

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APPENDIX D Accessories

Name Model Remarks Remote control box RC-01 Used the twisted shielded or twisted-pair shield.

Digital keypad LC-A05E Used for A-Series 1HP~5HP.

Digital keypad LC-A10E Used for A-Series 7.5HP~30HP.

Standard extension cable (0.6 M) EG0610A Used for A-Series 1~30HP, M-Series 0.5HP~2HP.

Standard extension cable (1 M) EG1010A Used for A-Series 1~30HP, M-Series 0.5HP~2HP.

Standard extension cable (2 M) EG2010A Used for A-Series 1~30HP, M-Series 0.5HP~2HP.

Standard extension cable (3 M) EG3010A Used for A-Series 1~30HP, M-Series 0.5HP~2HP.

Standard extension cable (5 M) EG5010A Used for A-Series 1~30HP, M-Series 0.5HP~2HP.

Braking resistor (400Ω120W) MHR400W120 Used for 1, 2 HP / 440 V.

Braking resistor (200Ω120W) MVR200W120 Used for 3, 5 HP / 440 V.

Braking resistor (200Ω200W) MVR200W200 Used for 3, 5 HP / 440 V.

Braking resistor (200Ω120W) MHR200W120 Used for 1, 2 HP / 220 V.

Braking resistor (80Ω120W) MVR080W120 Used for 3 HP / 220 V.

Braking resistor (80Ω200W) MVR080W200 Used for 3 HP / 220 V.

Braking resistor (50Ω120W) MVR050W120 Used for 5 HP / 220 V.

Braking resistor (50Ω200W) MVR050W200 Used for 5 HP / 220 V.

Braking resistor (25Ω500W) MHR025W500 Used for 7.5∼10 HP / 220 V.

Braking resistor (50Ω500W) MHR050W500 Used for 7.5∼10 HP / 220 V and 440 V.

Braking resistor (100Ω500W) MHR100W500 Used for 7.5∼10 HP / 440 V.

EMI CORE ( 22*14*8 ) CTC221408A Integrated by the wiring diameter

EMI CORE ( 31*19*13 ) CTC311913A Integrated by the wiring diameter

EMI CORE ( 51*31*13 ) CTC513113A Integrated by the wiring diameter

EMI CORE ( 68*44*13.5 ) CTC684413B Integrated by the wiring diameter

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APPENDIX E EMI Filters

The EC Declaration of Conformity for AC Motor Drives VFD-A Series 1-30HP was completed in conjunction of DELTA’s EMI Filters. The correspondence of AC Motor Drives to EMI Filters is shown as below:

Model of AC Motor Drive Model of EMI Filter Spec. of EMI Filter

VFD007A21A, VFD015A21A 16DRT1W3A 220V, 1φ, 16A VFD007A23A, VFD007A43A, VFD015A23A, VFD015A43B,

10TDT1W4 220V/440V, 3φ, 10A

VFD022A21A 30DRT1W3 220V, 1φ, 30A VFD022A43A, VFD037A43A 10TDT1W4B 440V, 3φ, 10A VFD022A23A, VFD037A23A 20TDT1W4 220V, 3φ, 20A VFD055A43B, VFD075A43B 21TDT1W4 440V, 3φ, 21A VFD055A23B, VFD075A23B, VFD110A23A, VFD110A43A, VFD150A43A, VFD185A43A, VFD220A43A

50TDS4W4

220V/440V, 3φ, 50A

VFD150A23A, VFD185A23A, VFD220A23A

100TDS8A 220V, 3φ, 100A

If the users need to operate the AC Motor Drives VFD-A Series with DELTA’s EMI Filters, the suitable models can be determined from the above table.

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APPENDIX F EC Declaration of Conformity

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)

VFD007A21A, VFD007A23A, VFD007A43A, VFD015A21A, VFD015A23A, VFD015A43A, VFD015A43B, VFD022A21A, VFD022A23A, VFD022A43A, VFD037A23A, VFD037A43A, VFD055A23B, VFD055A43B, VFD075A23B, VFD075A43B, VFD110A23A, VFD110A43A, VFD150A23A, VFD150A43A, VFD185A23A, VFD185A43A, VFD220A23A, VFD220A43A (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)

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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) VFD007A21A, VFD007A23A, VFD007A43A, VFD015A21A, VFD015A23A, VFD015A43A, VFD015A43B, VFD022A21A, VFD022A23A, VFD022A43A, VFD037A23A, VFD037A43A, VFD055A23B, VFD055A43B, VFD075A23B, VFD075A43B, VFD110A23A, VFD110A43A, VFD150A23A, VFD150A43A, VFD185A23A, VFD185A43A, VFD220A23A, VFD220A43A (Model Designation) 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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APPENDIX G Non-fuse Circuit Breaker Chart Per UL 508C, paragraph 44.8.6, part a, 1. For 1-phase drives, the current rating of the breaker shall be four times Max. of

input current rating. 2. For 3-phase drives, the current rating of the breaker shall be four times Max. of

output current rating. (Note: Please select enough current capacity of NFB.)

1-phase 3-phase

Model Input Current (A) Model Output

Current (A) Model Output

Current (A) VFD007A21A 11 VFD007A23A 5.0 VFD075A23B 33 VFD015A21A 15 VFD007A43A 3.0 VFD075A43B 18 VFD022A21A 27 VFD015A23A 6.5 VFD110A23A 46

VFD015A43A 4.2 VFD110A43A 24 VFD015A43B 4.2 VFD150A23A 60 VFD022A23A 11 VFD150A43A 32 VFD022A43A 5.5 VFD185A23A 75 VFD037A23A 17 VFD185A43A 38 VFD037A43A 8.2 VFD220A23A 87 VFD055A23B 25 VFD220A43A 45 VFD055A43B 13

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Fuse Specification Chart Smaller fuses than those shown in the table are permitted.

Line Fuse Model Input Current (A) Output

Current (A) I (A) Bussmann P/N VFD007A21A 11 5.0 40 JJN-40 VFD007A23A 7.4 5.0 20 JJN-20 VFD007A43A 4.2 3.0 10 JJS-10 VFD015A21A 15 6.5 60 JJN-60 VFD015A23A 9.9 6.5 25 JJN-25 VFD015A43A 6 4.2 15 JJS-15 VFD015A43B 5.8 4.2 15 JJS-15 VFD022A21A 27 11 100 JJN-100 VFD022A23A 15.5 11 40 JJN-40 VFD022A43A 7.2 5.5 20 JJS-20 VFD037A23A 19.6 17 60 JJN-60 VFD037A43A 8.5 8.2 30 JJS-30 VFD055A23B 33.5 25 100 JJN-100 VFD055A43B 14 13 50 JJS-50 VFD075A23B 43.3 33 125 JJN-125 VFD075A43B 20.6 18 70 JJS-70 VFD110A23A 46 46 175 JJN-175 VFD110A43A 28 24 90 JJS-90 VFD150A23A 76 60 225 JJN-225 VFD150A43A 30 32 125 JJS-125 VFD185A23A 83 75 300 JJN-300 VFD185A43A 39 38 150 JJS-150 VFD220A23A 99 87 340 JJN-300 VFD220A43A 49 45 175 JJS-175

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