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Summary of Contents

  • Page 4

    The AC motor drive may be destroyed beyond repair if incorrect cables are connected to the input/output terminals. Never connect the AC motor drive output terminals U/T1, V/T2, and W/T3 directly to the AC mains circuit power supply. Ground the VFD-E using the ground terminal. The grounding method must comply with the laws of the country where the AC motor drive is to be installed.

  • Page 5

    WARNING! DO NOT use Hi-pot test for internal components. The semi-conductor used in AC motor drive easily damage by high-voltage. There are highly sensitive MOS components on the printed circuit boards. These components are especially sensitive to static electricity. To prevent damage to these components, do not touch these components or the circuit boards with metal objects or your bare hands.

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Preface ... i Table of Contents ... iii Chapter 1 Introduction ... 1-1 1.1 Receiving and Inspection ... 1-2 1.1.1 Nameplate Information... 1-2 1.1.2 Model Explanation ... 1-2 1.1.3 Series Number Explanation ... 1-3 1.1.4 Drive Frames and Appearances ... 1-3 1.1.5 Remove Instructions ...

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Chapter 3 Keypad and Start Up ...3-1 3.1 Keypad ...3-1 3.2 Operation Method ...3-2 3.3 Trial Run ...3-3 Chapter 4 Parameters...4-1 4.1 Summary of Parameter Settings...4-2 4.2 Parameter Settings for Applications...4-32 4.3 Description of Parameter Settings ...4-37 4.4 Different Parameters for VFD*E*C Models ...4-152 Chapter 5 Troubleshooting ...5-1 5.1 Over Current (OC) ...5-1 5.2 Ground Fault...5-2...

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    Chapter 6 Fault Code Information and Maintenance... 6-1 6.1 Fault Code Information ... 6-1 6.1.1 Common Problems and Solutions... 6-1 6.1.2 Reset ... 6-6 6.2 Maintenance and Inspections... 6-6 Appendix A Specifications ... A-1 Appendix B Accessories ... B-1 B.1 All Brake Resistors & Brake Units Used in AC Motor Drives...B-1 B.1.1 Dimensions and Weights for Brake Resistors ...

  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    B.10.1 DeviceNet Communication Module (CME-DN01) ...B-24 B.10.1.1 Panel Appearance and Dimensions ...B-24 B.10.1.2 Wiring and Settings ...B-25 B.10.1.3 Mounting Method ...B-25 B.10.1.4 Power Supply ...B-26 B.10.1.5 LEDs Display...B-26 B.10.2 LonWorks Communication Module (CME-LW01) ...B-26 B.10.2.1 Introduction ...B-27 B.10.2.2 Dimensions ...B-27 B.10.2.3 Specifications ...B-27...

  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    B.10.3.4 Power Supply... B-30 B.10.3.5 PROFIBUS Address ... B-30 B.10.4 CME-COP01 (CANopen)... B-31 B.10.4.1 Product Profile ... B-31 B.10.4.2 Specifications... B-31 B.10.4.3 Components ... B-32 B.10.4.4 LED Indicator Explanation & Troubleshooting ... B-33 B.11 DIN Rail...B-35 B.11.1 MKE-DRA ... B-35 B.11.2 MKE-DRB ...

  • Page 11: Table Of Contents

    D.2.5 Program Download ... D-5 D.2.6 Program Monitor ... D-6 D.2.7 The Limit of PLC ... D-6 D.3 Ladder Diagram ... D-8 D.3.1 Program Scan Chart of the PLC Ladder Diagram... D-8 D.3.2 Introduction ... D-8 D.3.3 The Edition of PLC Ladder Diagram ... D-11 D.3.4 The Example for Designing Basic Program ...

  • Page 12: Table Of Contents

    D.5.4 Main Control Commands...D-29 D.5.5 Rising-edge/falling-edge Detection Commands of Contact ...D-29 D.5.6 Rising-edge/falling-edge Output Commands...D-30 D.5.7 End Command ...D-30 D.5.8 Explanation for the Commands ...D-30 D.5.9 Description of the Application Commands...D-45 D.5.10 Explanation for the Application Commands...D-46 D.5.11 Special Application Commands for the AC Motor Drive ...D-58 D.6 Error Code ...D-65 Appendix E CANopen Function ...E-1 E.1 Overview ...E-2...

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  • Page 14: Chapter 1 Introduction

    The AC motor drive should be kept in the shipping carton or crate before installation. In order to retain the warranty coverage, the AC motor drive should be stored properly when it is not to be used for an extended period of time. Storage conditions are: CAUTION! Store in a clean and dry location free from direct sunlight or corrosive fumes.

  • Page 15: Receiving And Inspection, Nameplate Information, Model Explanation

    Chapter 1 Introduction| 1.1 Receiving and Inspection This VFD-E AC motor drive has gone through rigorous quality control tests at the factory before shipment. After receiving the AC motor drive, please check for the following: Check to make sure that the package includes an AC motor drive, the User Manual/Quick Start and CD.

  • Page 16: Series Number Explanation, Drive Frames And Appearances

    1.1.3 Series Number Explanation 007E23A 230V 3-phase 1HP(0.75kW) If the nameplate information does not correspond to your purchase order or if there are any problems, please contact your distributor. 1.1.4 Drive Frames and Appearances 0.25-2HP/0.2-1.5kW (Frame A) Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 Chapter 1 Introduction| Production number Production week...

  • Page 17

    Chapter 1 Introduction| 1-15HP/0.75-11kW (Frame B&C) Internal Structure NOTE The LED “READY” will light up after applying power. The light won’t be off until the capacitors are discharged to safe voltage levels after power off. Input terminals cover (R/L1, S/L2, T/L3) Keypad cover Case body Control board cover...

  • Page 18

    RFI Jumper Location Frame A: near the output terminals (U/T1, V/T2, W/T3) Frame B: above the nameplate Frame C: above the warning label Frame Power range 0.25-2hp (0.2-1.5kW) Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 Chapter 1 Introduction| Models VFD002E11A/21A/23A, VFD004E11A/21A/23A/43A, VFD007E21A/23A/43A, VFD015E23A/43A VFD002E11C/21C/23C, VFD004E11C/21C/23C/43C, VFD007E21C/23C/43C, VFD015E23C/43C...

  • Page 19: Remove Instructions

    Chapter 1 Introduction| Frame Power range 1-5hp (0.75-3.7kW) 7.5-15hp (5.5-11kW) RFI Jumper RFI Jumper: The AC motor drive may emit the electrical noise. The RFI jumper is used to suppress the interference (Radio Frequency Interference) on the power line. Main power isolated from earth: If the AC motor drive is supplied from an isolated power (IT power), the RFI jumper must be cut off.

  • Page 20

    Remove Keypad Press and hold in the tabs on each side of the cover. Pull the cover up to release. Remove RST Terminal Cover (For Frame B and Frame C) For frame A, it doesn’t have cover and can be wired directly.

  • Page 21: Preparation For Installation And Wiring, Ambient Conditions

    Chapter 1 Introduction| 1.2 Preparation for Installation and Wiring 1.2.1 Ambient Conditions Install the AC motor drive in an environment with the following conditions: Air Temperature: Relative Humidity: Atmosphere Operation pressure: Installation Site Altitude: Vibration: Temperature: Relative Humidity: Storage Atmosphere Transportation pressure: Vibration:...

  • Page 22

    Frame B and C Mounting Clearances Option 1 (-10 to +50°C) 150mm 150mm For VFD-E-P series: heat sink system example Control panel AC motor drive CAUTION! Operating, storing or transporting the AC motor drive outside these conditions may cause damage to the AC motor drive. Failure to observe these precautions may void the warranty! Mount the AC motor drive vertically on a flat vertical surface object by screws.

  • Page 23

    Chapter 1 Introduction| The heat sink temperature may rise to 90°C when running. The material on which the AC motor drive is mounted must be noncombustible and be able to withstand this high temperature. When AC motor drive is installed in a confined space (e.g. cabinet), the surrounding temperature must be within 10 ~ 40°C with good ventilation.

  • Page 24: Parallel

    1.2.2 DC-bus Sharing: Connecting the DC-bus of the AC Motor Drives in Parallel This function is not for VFD-E-T series. The AC motor drives can absorb mutual voltage that generated to DC bus when deceleration. Enhance brake function and stabilize the voltage of the DC bus. The brake module can be added to enhance brake function after connecting in parallel.

  • Page 25: Dimensions

    Chapter 1 Introduction| 1.3 Dimensions (Dimensions are in millimeter and [inch]) Frame 72.0[2.83] 60.0[2.36] 142.0[5.59] 120.0[4.72] 152.0[5.98] 5.2[0.04] 100.0[3.94] 89.0[3.50] 174.0[6.86] 162.0[6.38] 152.0[5.98] 5.5[0.22] 130.0[5.12] 116.0[4.57] 260.0[10.24] 246.5[9.70] 169.2[6.66] 5.5[0.22] NOTE Frame A: VFD002E11A/21A/23A, VFD004E11A/21A/23A/43A, VFD007E21A/23A/43A, VFD015E23A/43A, VFD002E11C/21C/23C, VFD004E11C/21C/23C/43C, VFD007E21C/23C/43C, VFD015E23C/43C, VFD002E11T/21T/23T, VFD004E11T/21T/23T/43T, VFD007E21T/23T/43T, VFD015E23T/43T Frame B: VFD007E11A, VFD015E21A, VFD022E21A/23A/43A, VFD037E23A/43A, VFD007E11C,...

  • Page 26

    Dimensions for VFD-E-P series 72.0 56.0 30.0 [2.83] [2.20] [1.18] NOTE Frame A: VFD002E11P/21P/23P, VFD004E11P/21P/23P/43P, VFD007E11P/21P/23P/43P, VFD015E23P/43P Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 155.0 143.0 [6.10] [5.63] Chapter 1 Introduction| Unit: mm [inch] 130.0 111.5 [5.12] [4.39] [0.37] Ø [0.21] 1-13...

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    Chapter 1 Introduction| This page intentionally left blank 1-14 Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11...

  • Page 28: Chapter 2 Installation And Wiring

    After removing the front cover, check if the power and control terminals are clear. Be sure to observe the following precautions when wiring. General Wiring Information Applicable Codes All VFD-E series are Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. (UL) and Canadian Underwriters Laboratories (cUL) listed, and therefore comply with the requirements of the National Electrical Code (NEC) and the Canadian Electrical Code (CEC).

  • Page 29: Wiring

    Users must connect wires according to the circuit diagrams on the following pages. Do not plug a modem or telephone line to the RS-485 communication port or permanent damage may result. The pins 1 & 2 are the power supply for the optional copy keypad only and should not be used for RS-485 communication.

  • Page 30

    Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 brake unit ( optional) R(L1) S(L2) OF F +24V +10V Power supply +10V 20m A Master Fr equency 0 to 10V 47K 4-20mA/0-10V Contr ol c ircuit ter minals Chapter 2 Installation and Wiring| brake resi stor...

  • Page 31

    ( optional) R(L1) S(L2) T(L3) OF F +24V +10V Power supply +10V 20m A Master Fr equency 0 to 10V 47K 4-20mA/0-10V Contr ol c ircuit ter minals Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 brake resi stor...

  • Page 32

    Chapter 2 Installation and Wiring| brake resi stor (opti onal) +/B1 R(L1) S(L2) OF F +24V +10V Power supply +10V 20mA Master Fr equency 0 to 10V 47K 4-20mA/0-10V Contr ol c ircuit ter minals Motor U(T 1) V(T2) W(T 3) Multi-function c ontact output Refer to c hapter2.4 for detai ls.

  • Page 33

    Chapter 2 Installation and Wiring| Figure 4 for models of VFD-E Series VFD022E23A/43A, VFD037E23A/43A, VFD055E23A/43A, VFD075E23A/43A, VFD110E43A, VFD022E23C/43C, VFD037E23C/43C, VFD055E23C/43C, VFD075E23C/43C, VFD110E43C F us e/NF B(No F use B reaker) R(L1) S(L2) T(L3) Recommended Circ ui t when power suppl y is turned O FF by a fault output F WD/Stop...

  • Page 34

    Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 Chapter 2 Installation and Wiring| brake resi stor (opti onal) R(L1) S(L2) OF F +24V +10V Power supply +10V 20mA Master Fr equency 0 to 10V 47K 4-20mA/0-10V Contr ol c ircuit ter minals Motor U(T 1) V(T2)

  • Page 35

    DC- BUS i n parallel. brake resi stor (opti onal) R(L1) S(L2) T(L3) OF F +24V +10V Power supply +10V 20mA Master Fr equency 0 to 10V 47K 4-20mA/0-10V Contr ol c ircuit ter minals Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 Motor U(T1)

  • Page 36

    Figure 7 Wiring for NPN mode and PNP mode A. NPN mode without external power Factory setting B. NPN mode with external power Factory setting C. PNP mode without external power Factory setting Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 Chapter 2 Installation and Wiring|...

  • Page 37

    Chapter 2 Installation and Wiring| D. PNP mode with external power Factory setting Figure 8 RJ-45 pin definition for VFD*E*C models Signal CAN_H CAN_L CAN_GND CAN_GND CAUTION! The wiring of main circuit and control circuit should be separated to prevent erroneous actions. Please use shield wire for the control wiring and not to expose the peeled-off net in front of the terminal.

  • Page 38

    With long motor cables, high capacitive switching current peaks can cause over-current, high leakage current or lower current readout accuracy. To prevent this, the motor cable should be less than 20m for 3.7kW models and below. And the cable should be less than 50m for 5.5kW models and above.

  • Page 39: External Wiring

    AC line disturbances. (surges, switching spikes, short interruptions, etc.). AC line reactor should be installed when the power supply capacity is 500kVA or more or advanced capacity is activated .The wiring distance should ≤ 10m. Refer to appendix B for details.

  • Page 40: Main Circuit, Main Circuit Connection

    2.3 Main Circuit 2.3.1 Main Circuit Connection Figure 1 For frame A: VFD002E11A/21A/23A, VFD004E11A/21A/23A/43A, VFD007E21A/23A/43A, VFD015E23A/43A, VFD002E11C/21C/23C, VFD004E11C/21C/23C/43C, VFD007E21C/23C/43C, VFD002E11P/21P/23P, VFD004E11P/21P/23P/43P, VFD007E11P/21P/23P/43P, VFD015E23P No fuse breaker (NFB) Figure 2 For frame B: VFD007E11A, VFD015E21A, VFD022E21A/23A/43A, VFD037E23A/43A, VFD007E11C, VFD015E21C, VFD022E21C/23C/43C, VFD037E23C/43C For frame C: VFD055E23A/43A, VFD075E23A/43A, VFD110E43A, VFD055E23C/43C, VFD075E23C/43C, VFD110E43C N o fuse br eaker...

  • Page 41

    Chapter 2 Installation and Wiring| Terminal Symbol R/L1, S/L2, T/L3 U/T1, V/T2, W/T3 +/B1~ B2 +/B1, - CAUTION! Mains power terminals (R/L1, S/L2, T/L3) Connect these terminals (R/L1, S/L2, T/L3) via a no-fuse breaker or earth leakage breaker to 3-phase AC power (some models to 1-phase AC power) for circuit protection. It is unnecessary to consider phase-sequence.

  • Page 42

    The factory setting of the operation direction is forward running. The methods to control the operation direction are: method 1, set by the communication parameters. Please refer to the group 9 for details. Method2, control by the optional keypad KPE-LE02. Refer to Appendix B for details.

  • Page 43: Main Circuit Terminals

    Chapter 2 Installation and Wiring| 2.3.2 Main Circuit Terminals Frame A Frame Power Terminals R/L1, S/L2, T/L3 U/T1, V/T2, W/T3, R/L1, S/L2, T/L3 U/T1, V/T2, W/T3 +/B1, B2, -, R/L1, S/L2, T/L3 U/T1, V/T2, W/T3 +/B1, B2, - 2-16 Frame B Torque Wire 14kgf-cm...

  • Page 44: Control Terminals

    NOTE Frame A: VFD002E11A/21A/23A, VFD004E11A/21A/23A/43A, VFD007E21A/23A/43A, VFD015E23A/43A, VFD002E11C/21C/23C, VFD004E11C/21C/23C/43C, VFD007E21C/23C/43C, VFD015E23C/43C, VFD002E11T/21T/23T, VFD004E11T/21T/23T/43T, VFD007E21T/23T/43T, VFD015E23T/43T, VFD002E11P/21P/23P, VFD004E11P/21P/23P/43P, VFD007E21P/23P/43P, VFD015E23P Frame B: VFD007E11A, VFD015E21A, VFD022E21A/23A/43A, VFD037E23A/43A, VFD007E11C, VFD015E21C, VFD022E21C/23C/43C, VFD037E23C/43C Frame C: VFD055E23A/43A, VFD075E23A/43A, VFD110E43A, VFD055E23C/43C, VFD075E23C/43C, VFD110E43C For frame C: To connect 6 AWG (13.3 mm 2.4 Control Terminals Circuit diagram for digital inputs (NPN current 16mA.) NPN Mode...

  • Page 45

    Chapter 2 Installation and Wiring| The position of the control terminals MI1 MI2 MI3 MI4 MI5 MI6 Terminal symbols and functions Terminal Terminal Function Symbol Forward-Stop command Reverse-Stop command Multi-function Input 3 Multi-function Input 4 Multi-function Input 5 Multi-function Input 6 +24V DC Voltage Source Digital Signal Common...

  • Page 46

    Terminal Terminal Function Symbol Multi-function Output 1 (Photocoupler) Multi-function output common Common for Multi-function Outputs +10V Potentiometer power supply Analog voltage Input +10V internal circuit Analog control signal (common) Analog current Input ACI circuit internal circuit Analog output meter ACM circuit internal circuit NOTE: Control signal wiring size: 18 AWG (0.75 mm...

  • Page 47

    Chapter 2 Installation and Wiring| Analog inputs (AVI, ACI, ACM) Analog input signals are easily affected by external noise. Use shielded wiring and keep it as short as possible (<20m) with proper grounding. If the noise is inductive, connecting the shield to terminal ACM can bring improvement. If the analog input signals are affected by noise from the AC motor drive, please connect μ...

  • Page 48

    The specification for the control terminals MI1 MI2 MI3 MI4 MI5 MI6 Frame Control Terminals A, B, C NOTE Frame A: VFD002E11A/21A/23A, VFD004E11A/21A/23A/43A, VFD007E21A/23A/43A, VFD015E23A/43A, VFD002E11C/21C/23C, VFD004E11C/21C/23C/43C, VFD007E21C/23C/43C, VFD015E23C/43C, VFD002E11T/21T/23T, VFD004E11T/21T/23T/43T, VFD007E21T/23T/43T, VFD015E23T/43T, VFD002E11P/21P/23P, VFD004E11P/21P/23P/43P, VFD007E21P/23P/43P, VFD015E23P Frame B: VFD007E11A, VFD015E21A, VFD022E21A/23A/43A, VFD037E23A/43A, VFD007E11C, VFD015E21C, VFD022E21C/23C/43C, VFD037E23C/43C Frame C: VFD055E23A/43A, VFD075E23A/43A, VFD110E43A, VFD055E23C/43C, VFD075E23C/43C, VFD110E43C...

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  • Page 50: Chapter 3 Keypad And Start Up, Keypad

    Make sure that the wiring is correct. In particular, check that the output terminals U/T1, V/T2, W/T3. are NOT connected to power and that the drive is well grounded. Verify that no other equipment is connected to the AC motor drive Do NOT operate the AC motor drive with humid hands.

  • Page 51: Operation Method

    Chapter 3 Keypad and Start Up| 3.2 Operation Method The operation method can be set via communication, control terminals and optional keypad KPE- LE02. RS485 port (RJ-45) It needs to use VFD-USB01 or IFD8500 converter to connect to the PC. Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11...

  • Page 52: Trial Run

    * Don't apply the mains voltage directly to above terminals. Analog Signal Common Figure 3-1 Chapter 3 Keypad and Start Up| Operation Command Source +24V +10V Power supply +10V 3mA Master Frequency 0 to 10V 47K 4-20mA/0-10V External terminals input: MI1-DCM MI2-DCM...

  • Page 53

    Chapter 3 Keypad and Start Up| Setting the potentiometer or AVI-DCM 0-10Vdc power to less than 1V. Setting MI1=On for forward running. And if you want to change to reverse running, you should set MI2=On. And if you want to decelerate to stop, please set MI1/MI2=Off. Check following items: Check if the motor direction of rotation is correct.

  • Page 54: Chapter 4 Parameters

    The VFD-E parameters are divided into 14 groups by property for easy setting. In most applications, the user can finish all parameter settings before start-up without the need for re-adjustment during operation. The 14 groups are as follows: Group 0: User Parameters Group 1: Basic Parameters Group 2: Operation Method Parameters Group 3: Output Function Parameters...

  • Page 55: Summary Of Parameter Settings

    Chapter 4 Parameters| 4.1 Summary of Parameter Settings : The parameter can be set during operation. Group 0 User Parameters Parameter Explanation 00.00 Identity Code of the AC motor drive 00.01 Rated Current Display of the AC motor drive 00.02 Parameter Reset Start-up Display 00.03...

  • Page 56

    Parameter Explanation User-Defined 00.05 Coefficient K 00.06 Power Board Software Version 00.07 Control Board Software Version 00.08 Password Input 00.09 Password Set 00.10 Control Method 00.11 Reserved 50Hz Base Voltage 00.12 Selection Group 1 Basic Parameters Parameter Explanation Maximum Output 01.00 Frequency (Fmax) Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11...

  • Page 57

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Parameter Explanation Maximum Voltage 01.01 Frequency (Fbase) (Motor 0) Maximum Output 01.02 Voltage (Vmax) (Motor 0) Mid-Point Frequency 01.03 (Fmid) (Motor 0) Mid-Point Voltage 01.04 (Vmid) (Motor 0) Minimum Output 01.05 Frequency (Fmin) (Motor 0) Minimum Output 01.06 Voltage (Vmin) (Motor 0)

  • Page 58

    Parameter Explanation Acceleration S- 01.17 Curve Deceleration S- 01.18 Curve Accel/Decel Time 01.19 Unit Delay Time at 0Hz 01.20 for Simple Position Delay Time at 10Hz 01.21 for Simple Position Delay Time at 20Hz 01.22 for Simple Position Delay Time at 30Hz 01.23 for Simple Position Delay Time at 40Hz...

  • Page 59

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Parameter Explanation Maximum Output 01.33 Voltage (Vmax) (Motor 2) Mid-Point 01.34 Frequency (Fmid) (Motor 2) Mid-Point Voltage 01.35 (Vmid) (Motor 2) Minimum Output 01.36 Frequency (Fmin) (Motor 2) Minimum Output 01.37 Voltage (Vmin) (Motor 2) Maximum Voltage 01.38 Frequency (Fbase) (Motor 3)

  • Page 60

    Group 2 Operation Method Parameters Parameter Explanation Source of First 02.00 Master Frequency Command Source of First 02.01 Operation Command 02.02 Stop Method PWM Carrier 02.03 Frequency Selections Motor Direction 02.04 Control 02.05 Line Start Lockout Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 Settings 0: Digital keypad UP/DOWN keys or Multi- function Inputs UP/DOWN.

  • Page 61

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Parameter Explanation Loss of ACI Signal 02.06 (4-20mA) 02.07 Up/Down Mode Accel/Decel Rate of Change of 02.08 UP/DOWN Operation with Constant Speed Source of Second 02.09 Frequency Command Combination of the First and Second 02.10 Master Frequency Command Keypad Frequency 02.11...

  • Page 62

    Parameter Explanation The Selections for Saving Keypad or 02.13 Communication Frequency Command Initial Frequency Selection (for 02.14 keypad & RS485/USB) Initial Frequency 02.15 Setpoint (for keypad & RS485/USB) Display the Master 02.16 Freq Command Source Display the 02.17 Operation Command Source Group 3 Output Function Parameters Parameter Explanation...

  • Page 63

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Parameter Explanation 03.02 Desired Frequency 1 Attained Analog Output 03.03 Signal Selection (AFM) 03.04 Analog Output Gain 03.05 Terminal Count Value Preliminary Count 03.06 Value EF Active When 03.07 Terminal Count Value Attained 03.08 Fan Control 4-10 Settings 8: Fault indication 9: Desired frequency 1 attained...

  • Page 64

    Parameter Explanation The Digital Output Used by PLC 03.09 (NOT for VFD*E*C models) The Analog Output Used by PLC 03.10 (NOT for VFD*E*C models) Brake Release 03.11 Frequency Brake Engage 03.12 Frequency Display the Status of 03.13 Multi-function Output Terminals Desired Frequency 03.14 2 Attained...

  • Page 65

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Parameter Explanation Keypad 04.00 Potentiometer Bias Keypad 04.01 Potentiometer Bias Polarity Keypad 04.02 Potentiometer Gain Keypad Potentiometer 04.03 Negative Bias, Reverse Motion Enable/Disable 04.04 2-wire/3-wire Operation Control Modes 04.05 Multi-function Input Terminal (MI3) 04.06 Multi-function Input Terminal (MI4) 04.07 Multi-function Input Terminal (MI5)

  • Page 66

    Parameter Explanation Multi-function Input 04.09 Contact Selection Digital Terminal 04.10 Input Debouncing Time Min AVI Voltage 04.11 Min AVI Frequency 04.12 Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 Settings 17: Parameter lock enable 18: Operation command selection (external terminals) 19: Operation command selection(keypad) 20: Operation command selection (communication) 21: FWD/REV command...

  • Page 67

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Parameter Explanation Max AVI Voltage 04.13 Max AVI Frequency 04.14 Min ACI Current 04.15 Min ACI Frequency 04.16 Max ACI Current 04.17 Max ACI Frequency 0.0 to 100.0% 04.18 04.19 ACI/AVI2 Selection Min AVI2 Voltage 04.20 Min AVI2 Frequency 0.0 to 100.0% 04.21 Max AVI2 Voltage 04.22...

  • Page 68

    Parameter Explanation The Analog Input Used by PLC 04.25 (NOT for VFD*E*C models) Display the Status 04.26 of Multi-function Input Terminal Internal/External 04.27 Multi-function Input Terminals Selection Internal Terminal 04.28 Status Group 5 Multi-Step Speeds Parameters Parameter Explanation 05.00 1st Step Speed Frequency 05.01 2nd Step Speed...

  • Page 69

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Parameter Explanation 05.02 3rd Step Speed Frequency 05.03 4th Step Speed Frequency 05.04 5th Step Speed Frequency 05.05 6th Step Speed Frequency 05.06 7th Step Speed Frequency 05.07 8th Step Speed Frequency 05.08 9th Step Speed Frequency 05.09 10th Step Speed Frequency...

  • Page 70

    Parameter Explanation Over-Current Stall 06.02 Prevention during Operation Over-Torque 06.03 Detection Mode (OL2) Over-Torque 06.04 Detection Level Over-Torque 06.05 Detection Time Electronic Thermal Overload Relay 06.06 Selection Electronic Thermal 06.07 Characteristic Present Fault 06.08 Record 06.09 Second Most Recent Fault Record Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 Settings 0:Disable...

  • Page 71

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Parameter Explanation 06.10 Third Most Recent Fault Record 06.11 Fourth Most Recent Fault Record Fifth Most Recent 06.12 Fault Record 4-18 Settings 10: Current exceeds 2 times rated current during decel.(ocd) 11: Current exceeds 2 times rated current during steady state operation (ocn) 12: Ground fault (GFF) 13: Reserved...

  • Page 72

    Group 7 Motor Parameters Parameter Explanation 07.00 Motor Rated Current (Motor 0) Motor No-Load 07.01 Current (Motor 0) Torque 07.02 Compensation (Motor 0) 07.03 Slip Compensation (Used without PG) (Motor 0) Motor Parameters 07.04 Auto Tuning Motor Line-to-line 07.05 Resistance R1 (Motor 0) Motor Rated Slip 07.06...

  • Page 73

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Parameter Explanation Motor PTC 07.14 Overheat Protection Level Motor PTC 07.15 Overheat Warning Level Motor PTC 07.16 Overheat Reset Delta Level Treatment of the 07.17 Motor PTC Overheat Motor Rated Current 07.18 (Motor 1) Motor No-Load 07.19 Current (Motor 1) Torque 07.20...

  • Page 74

    Parameter Explanation Motor Line-to-line 07.29 Resistance R1 (Motor 2) Motor Rated Slip 07.30 (Motor 2) Motor Pole Number 07.31 (Motor 3) Motor Rated Current 07.32 (Motor 3) Motor No-Load 07.33 Current (Motor 3) Torque 07.34 Compensation (Motor 3) Slip Compensation 07.35 (Used without PG) (Motor 3)

  • Page 75

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Parameter Explanation Momentary Power 08.04 Loss Operation Selection Maximum Allowable 08.05 Power Loss Time Base-block Speed 08.06 Search B.B. Time for Speed 08.07 Search Current Limit for 08.08 Speed Search Skip Frequency 1 08.09 Upper Limit Skip Frequency 1 08.10 Lower Limit Skip Frequency 2...

  • Page 76

    Parameter Explanation 08.18 AVR Function Software Brake 08.19 Level Compensation 08.20 Coefficient for Motor Instability OOB Sampling Time 0.1 to 120.0 sec 08.21 Number of OOB 08.22 Sampling Times OOB Average 08.23 Sampling Angle 08.24 DEB Function 08.25 DEB Return Time Group 9 Communication Parameters Parameter Explanation...

  • Page 77

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Parameter Explanation 09.03 Time-out Detection Communication 09.04 Protocol 09.05 Reserved 09.06 Reserved Response Delay 09.07 Time Transmission Speed 09.08 for USB Card Communication 09.09 Protocol for USB Card 4-24 Settings 0.1 ~ 120.0 seconds 0.0: Disable 0: 7,N,2 (Modbus, ASCII) 1: 7,E,1 (Modbus, ASCII) 2: 7,O,1 (Modbus, ASCII) 3: 8,N,2 (Modbus, RTU)

  • Page 78

    Parameter Explanation Communication 09.09 Protocol for USB Card Transmission Fault 09.10 Treatment for USB Card Time-out Detection 09.11 for USB Card COM port for PLC Communication 09.12 (NOT for VFD*E*C models) Group 10 PID Control Parameters Parameter Explanation PID Set Point 10.00 Selection Input Terminal for...

  • Page 79

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Parameter Explanation Proportional Gain 10.02 10.03 Integral Time (I) Derivative Control 10.04 Upper Bound for 10.05 Integral Control Primary Delay Filter 10.06 Time PID Output Freq 10.07 Limit PID Feedback 10.08 Signal Detection Time Treatment of the 10.09 Erroneous PID Feedback Signals...

  • Page 80

    Parameter Explanation Multi-function 11.00 Output Terminal MO2/RA2 Multi-function 11.01 Output Terminal MO3/RA3 Multi-function 11.02 Output Terminal MO4/RA4 Multi-function 11.03 Output Terminal MO5/RA5 Multi-function 11.04 Output Terminal MO6/RA6 Multi-function 11.05 Output Terminal MO7/RA7 Multi-function Input 11.06 Terminal (MI7) 11.07 Multi-function Input Terminal (MI8) Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 Settings...

  • Page 81

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Parameter Explanation Multi-function Input 11.08 Terminal (MI9) Multi-function Input 11.09 Terminal (MI10) Multi-function Input 11.10 Terminal (MI11) 11.11 Multi-function Input Terminal (MI12) 4-28 Settings 5: External reset 6: Accel/Decel inhibit 7: Accel/Decel time selection command 8: Jog Operation 9: External base block 10: Up: Increment master frequency 11: Down: Decrement master frequency...

  • Page 82

    Group 12: Analog Input/Output Parameters for Extension Card Parameter Explanation AI1 Function 12.00 Selection AI1 Analog Signal 12.01 Mode Min. AVI3 Input 12.02 Voltage Min. AVI3 Scale 12.03 Percentage Max. AVI3 Input 12.04 Voltage Max. AVI3 Scale 12.05 Percentage Min. ACI2 Input 12.06 Current Min.

  • Page 83

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Parameter Explanation Min. AVI4 Input 12.12 Voltage Min. AVI4 Scale 12.13 Percentage Max. AVI4 Input 12.14 Voltage Max. AVI4 Scale 12.15 Percentage Min. ACI3 Input 12.16 Current Min. ACI3 Scale 12.17 Percentage Max. ACI3 Input 12.18 Current Max.

  • Page 84

    Group 13: PG function Parameters for Extension Card Parameter Explanation 13.00 PG Input 13.01 PG Pulse Range Motor Pole Number 13.02 (Motor 0) Proportional Gain 13.03 Integral Gain (I) 13.04 Speed Control Output Frequency 13.05 Limit Speed Feedback 13.06 Display Filter Detection Time for Feedback Signal 13.07...

  • Page 85: Parameter Settings For Applications

    Chapter 4 Parameters| 4.2 Parameter Settings for Applications Speed Search Applications Windmill, winding Restart free- machine, fan and all running motor inertia loads DC Brake before Running Applications When e.g. windmills, Keep the free- fans and pumps rotate running motor at freely by wind or flow standstill.

  • Page 86

    Overheat Warning Applications Air conditioner Safety measure Two-wire/three-wire Applications To run, stop, forward and General application reverse by external terminals Operation Command Applications Selecting the General application source of control signal Frequency Hold Applications Acceleration/ General application deceleration pause Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 Purpose When AC motor drive overheats, it uses a thermal sensor to have...

  • Page 87

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Auto Restart after Fault Applications For continuous and Air conditioners, reliable operation remote pumps without operator intervention Emergency Stop by DC Brake Applications Emergency stop High-speed rotors without brake resistor Over-torque Setting Applications To protect Pumps, fans and machines and to extruders have continuous/...

  • Page 88

    Carrier Frequency Setting Applications General application Low noise Keep Running when Frequency Command is Lost Applications For continuous Air conditioners operation Output Signal during Running Applications Provide a signal for General application running status Output Signal in Zero Speed Applications Provide a signal for General application running status...

  • Page 89

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Output Signal for Base Block Applications Provide a signal for General application running status Overheat Warning for Heat Sink Applications General application For safety Multi-function Analog Output Applications Display running General application status 4-36 Purpose When executing Base Block, a signal is given for external system or control wiring.

  • Page 90: Description Of Parameter Settings

    4.3 Description of Parameter Settings Group 0: User Parameters 00.00 Identity Code of the AC Motor Drive Settings Read Only 00.01 Rated Current Display of the AC Motor Drive Settings Read Only Pr. 00.00 displays the identity code of the AC motor drive. The capacity, rated current, rated voltage and the max.

  • Page 91

    Chapter 4 Parameters| This parameter allows the user to reset all parameters to the factory settings except the fault records (Pr.06.08 ~ Pr.06.12). 50Hz: Pr.01.00 and Pr.01.01 are set to 50Hz and Pr.01.02 will be set by Pr.00.12. 60Hz: Pr.01.00 and Pr.01.01 are set to 60Hz and Pr.01.02 is set to 115V, 230V or 460V. When Pr.00.02=1, all parameters are read-only.

  • Page 92

    00.04 Content of Multi-function Display Display the power factor angle in º of terminals U/T1, V/T2, W/T3 to the motor Display the output power in kW of terminals U, V and W to the motor. Display the estimated value of torque in Nm as it relates to current.

  • Page 93

    Chapter 4 Parameters| 00.07 Control Board Software Version Settings Read Only Display #.## 00.08 Password Input Settings 0 to 9999 Display 0~2 (times of wrong password) The function of this parameter is to input the password that is set in Pr.00.09. Input the correct password here to enable changing parameters.

  • Page 94

    00.09 Displays 0 when entering correct password into Pr.00.08. 00.10 Control Method Settings This parameter determines the control method of the AC motor drive. 00.11 Reserved 00.12 50Hz Base Voltage Selection Settings This parameter determines the base voltage for 50Hz. Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 00.08 Correct Password...

  • Page 95

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Group 1: Basic Parameters 01.00 Maximum Output Frequency (Fmax) Settings 50.00 to 600.0 Hz This parameter determines the AC motor drive’s Maximum Output Frequency. All the AC motor drive frequency command sources (analog inputs 0 to +10V and 4 to 20mA) are scaled to correspond to the output frequency range.

  • Page 96

    01.04 Mid-Point Voltage (Vmid) (Motor 0) Settings 115V/230V series 0.1 to 255.0V 460V series This parameter sets the Mid-Point Voltage of any V/f curve. With this setting, the V/f ratio between Minimum Frequency and Mid-Point Frequency can be determined. This parameter must be equal to or greater than Minimum Output Voltage (Pr.01.06) and equal to or less than Maximum Output Voltage (Pr.01.02).

  • Page 97

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Voltage 01.02 Maximum Output Voltage 01.04 Mid-point Voltage 01.06 Minimum Output Voltage 01.08 Output Frequency Lower Limit Settings 0.0 to 100.0% The Upper/Lower Limits are to prevent operation errors and machine damage. If the Output Frequency Upper Limit is 50Hz and the Maximum Output Frequency is 60Hz, the Output Frequency will be limited to 50Hz.

  • Page 98

    The Acceleration Time is used to determine the time required for the AC motor drive to ramp from 0 Hz to Maximum Output Frequency (Pr.01.00). The rate is linear unless S-Curve is “Enabled”; see Pr.01.17. The Deceleration Time is used to determine the time required for the AC motor drive to decelerate from the Maximum Output Frequency (Pr.01.00) down to 0 Hz.

  • Page 99

    Chapter 4 Parameters| 01.15 Jog Frequency Settings 0.10 to Fmax (Pr.01.00)Hz Only external terminal JOG (MI3 to MI12) can be used. When the Jog command is “ON”, the AC motor drive will accelerate from Minimum Output Frequency (Pr.01.05) to Jog Frequency (Pr.01.15).

  • Page 100

    During Auto deceleration, regenerative energy is measured and the motor is smoothly stopped with the fastest deceleration time. But when this parameter is set to 04, the actual accel/decel time will be equal to or more than parameter Pr.01.09 ~Pr.01.12. Auto acceleration/deceleration makes the complicated processes of tuning unnecessary.

  • Page 101

    Chapter 4 Parameters| 01.20 Delay Time at 0Hz for Simple Position 01.21 Delay Time at 10Hz for Simple Position 01.22 Delay Time at 20Hz for Simple Position 01.23 Delay Time at 30Hz for Simple Position 01.24 Delay Time at 40Hz for Simple Position 01.25 Delay Time at 50Hz for Simple Position Settings...

  • Page 102

    Therefore, the distance = revolution numbers X circumference = 175 X 2π r It also means that the motor will stop to the original position after 175 circles. Example 2: Assume that motor speed is 1.5Hz, the delay time at 10Hz is 10 sec (Pr.01.21=10) and the deceleration time from 60Hz to 0Hz is 40 seconds.

  • Page 103

    Chapter 4 Parameters| 460V series 01.34 Mid-Point Frequency (Fmid) (Motor 2) Settings 0.10 to 600.0Hz 01.35 Mid-Point Voltage (Vmid) (Motor 2) Settings 115V/230V series 0.1 to 255.0V 460V series 01.36 Minimum Output Frequency (Fmin) (Motor 2) Settings 0.10 to 600.0Hz 01.37 Minimum Output Voltage (Vmin) (Motor 2) Settings...

  • Page 104

    These parameters set the Master Frequency Command Source of the AC motor drive. The factory setting for master frequency command is 1. (digital keypad is optional.) Setting 2: use the ACI/AVI switch on the AC motor drive to select ACI or AVI2. When setting to AVI, AVI2 is indicated.

  • Page 105

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Settings 02.02 Stop Method Settings When the 2 switch on the upper-right corner is set to be ON as shown in the following diagram, the motor stop method (Pr.02.02) will force setting to 1. This setting (Pr.02.02) can’t be changed till the 2nd switch is set to be OFF.

  • Page 106

    Frequency output frequency motor speed operation command Frequency motor speed stops according to decel eration time operation command When Pr.02.02 is set to 2 or 3 02.03 PWM Carrier Frequency Selections Power Setting Range Factory Setting This parameter determines the PWM carrier frequency of the AC motor drive. Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 Frequency output...

  • Page 107

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Carrier Acoustic Frequency Noise Significant 1kHz 8kHz 15kHz Minimal From the table, we see that the PWM carrier frequency has a significant influence on the electromagnetic noise, AC motor drive heat dissipation, and motor acoustic noise. The PWM carrier frequency will be decreased automatically by heat sink temperature and output current of the AC motor drive.

  • Page 108

    100% 100% 02.04 Motor Direction Control Settings This parameter is used to disable one direction of rotation of the AC motor drive direction of rotation. Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 2kHz 6kHz 10kHz 14kHz 15kHz 4kHz 8kHz 12kHz For 115V/230V Series 2kHz 6kHz...

  • Page 109

    Chapter 4 Parameters| 02.05 Line Start Lockout Settings This parameter determines the response of the drive upon power on and operation command source is changed. Pr.02.05 Start lockout (Run when power is ON) Disable (AC motor drive will run) Enable (AC motor drive doesn’t run) Disable (AC motor drive will run) Enable (AC motor drive doesn’t run) When the operation command source is from external terminal and operation command is ON...

  • Page 110

    MI1-DCM (close) Pr.02.01=0 output frequency Pr.02.05=0 or 2 Change operation command source output frequency Pr.02.05=1 or 3 When the operation command source isn’t from the external terminals, independently from whether the AC motor drive runs or stops, the AC motor drive will operate according to Pr.02.05 if the two conditions below are both met.

  • Page 111

    Chapter 4 Parameters| 02.06 Loss of ACI Signal (4-20mA) Settings This parameter determines the behavior when ACI is lost. When set to 1, it will display warning message “AErr” on the keypad in case of loss of ACI signal and execute the setting. When ACI signal is recovered, the warning message will stop blinking.

  • Page 112

    When Pr.02.07 is set to 1: increase/decrease the frequency by acceleration/deceleration settings. It is valid only when the AC motor drive is running. When Pr.02.07 is set to 2: increase/decrease the frequency by Pr.02.08. When Pr.02.07 is set to 3: increase/decrease the frequency by Pr.02.08 (unit: pulse input). 02.11 Keypad Frequency Command Settings...

  • Page 113

    Chapter 4 Parameters| 02.16 Display the Master Freq Command Source Settings Read Only You can read the master frequency command source by this parameter. Display Value Bit0=1 Master Freq Command Source by First Freq Source (Pr.02.00). Bit1=1 Master Freq Command Source by Second Freq Source (Pr.02.09). Bit2=1 Master Freq Command Source by Multi-input function Master Freq Command Source by PLC Freq command...

  • Page 114

    Group 3: Output Function Parameters 03.00 Multi-function Output Relay (RA1, RB1, RC1) 03.01 Multi-function Output Terminal MO1 Settings Function No Function AC Drive Operational Master Frequency Attained Zero Speed Over-Torque Detection Baseblock (B.B.) Indication Low-Voltage Indication Operation Mode Indication Fault Indication Desired Frequency 1 Attained Terminal Count Value...

  • Page 115

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Settings Function Over Current Stall supervision Heat Sink Overheat Warning Over Voltage supervision Active when the DC-BUS voltage exceeds level PID supervision Forward command Reverse command Zero Speed Output Signal Communication Warning (FbE,Cexx, AoL2, AUE, SAvE) Brake Control (Desired Frequency Attained) Drive Ready Desired Frequency 2...

  • Page 116

    desired frequency 03.02/03.14 setting 2 master freq. attained (output signal) setting 9/23 desired freq. attained setting 03 zero speed indication setting 19 zero speed indication 03.03 Analog Output Signal (AFM) Settings This parameter sets the function of the AFM output 0~+10VDC (ACM is common). 03.04 Analog Output Gain Settings...

  • Page 117

    Chapter 4 Parameters| For Example: When using the meter with full scale of 5 volts, adjust Pr.03.04 to 50%. If Pr.03.03 is set to 0, then 5VDC will correspond to Maximum Output Frequency. 03.05 Terminal Count Value Settings 0 to 9999 This parameter sets the count value of the internal counter.

  • Page 118

    03.08 Fan Control Settings This parameter determines the operation mode of the cooling fan. The Digital Output Used by PLC (NOT for VFD*E*C models) 03.09 Settings Read Only Bit0=1: RLY used by PLC Bit1=1: MO1 used by PLC Bit2=1: MO2/RA2 used by PLC Bit3=1: MO3/RA3 used by PLC Bit4=1: MO4/RA4 used by PLC Bit5=1: MO5/RA5 used by PLC...

  • Page 119

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Weights For example: when Pr.03.09 is set to 3 (decimal) = 00000011 (binary) that indicates Relay1 and MO1 are used by PLC. (Pr.03.09= 2 Weights 03.10 The Analog Output Used by PLC (NOT for VFD*E*C models) Settings Read Only Bit0=1: AFM used by PLC Bit1=1: AO1 used by PLC...

  • Page 120

    03.11 Brake Release Frequency Settings 0.00 to 600.0Hz 03.12 Brake Engage Frequency Settings 0.00 to 600.0Hz These two parameters are used to set control of mechanical brake via the output terminals (Relay or MO1) when Pr.03.00~03.01 is set to 21. Refer to the following example for details. Example: 1.

  • Page 121

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Bit6: MO6/RA6 Status Bit7: MO7/RA7 Status For standard AC motor drive (without extension card), the multi-function output terminals are falling-edge triggered and Pr.03.13 will display 3 (11) for no action. For Example: If Pr.03.13 displays 2, it means Relay 1 is active. The display value 2 =bit 1 X 2 When extension card is installed, the number of the multi-function output terminals will increase according to the extension card.

  • Page 122

    Group 4: Input Function Parameters 04.00 Keypad Potentiometer Bias Settings 0.0 to 100.0% 04.01 Keypad Potentiometer Bias Polarity Settings 04.02 Keypad Potentiometer Gain Settings 0.1 to 200.0% Keypad Potentiometer Negative Bias, Reverse Motion 04.03 Enable/Disable Settings Example 1: Standard application This is the most used setting.

  • Page 123

    Chapter 4 Parameters| 60Hz 40Hz 10Hz Bias Adjustment 0Hz 0V Example 3: Use of bias and gain for use of full range This example also shows a popular method. The whole scale of the potentiometer can be used as desired. In addition to signals of 0 to 10V, the popular voltage signals also include signals of 0 to 5V, or any value under 10V.

  • Page 124

    Example 5: Use of negative bias in noisy environment In this example, a 1V negative bias is used. In noisy environments it is advantageous to use negative bias to provide a noise margin (1V in this example). 60Hz 54Hz Negative bias 6Hz Example 6: Use of negative bias in noisy environment and gain adjustment to use full potentiometer range...

  • Page 125

    Chapter 4 Parameters| 60Hz 30Hz 30Hz 60Hz Example 8: Use negative slope In this example, the use of negative slope is shown. Negative slopes are used in applications for control of pressure, temperature or flow. The sensor that is connected to the input generates a large signal (10V) at high pressure or flow.

  • Page 126

    04.17 Maximum ACI Current Settings 0.0 to 20.0mA 04.18 Maximum ACI Frequency (percentage of Pr. 01.00) Settings 0.0 to 100.0% 04.19 ACI Terminal Mode Selection Settings 04.20 Minimum AVI2 Voltage Settings 0.0 to 10.0V 04.21 Minimum AVI2 Frequency (percentage of Pr.1-00) Settings 0.0 to 100.0% 04.22...

  • Page 127

    Chapter 4 Parameters| 01.00=60.00 Hz 04.14=70 04.18=50 04.12=30 04.16=0 04.11=0V 04.15=4mA 04.04 Multi-function Input Terminal (MI1, MI2) 2-wire/ 3-wire Operation Control Modes Settings There are three different types of control modes: 04.04 2-wire FWD /STOP REV / STOP 2-wire FWD/ REV RUN / STOP 4-74 2-wire: FWD/STOP, REV/STOP...

  • Page 128

    04.04 3-wire 04.05 Multi-function Input Terminal (MI3) 04.06 Multi-function Input Terminal (MI4) 04.07 Multi-function Input Terminal (MI5) 04.08 Multi-function Input Terminal (MI6) Settings Function No Function Multi-Step Speed Command 1 Multi-Step Speed Command 2 Multi-Step Speed Command 3 Multi-Step Speed Command 4 External Reset Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11...

  • Page 129

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Settings Function Accel/Decel Inhibit Accel/Decel Time Selection Command Jog Operation Control External Base Block (Refer to Pr. 08.06) UP: Increase Master Frequency DOWN: Decrease Master Frequency Counter Trigger Counter Reset External Fault 4-76 Description When the command is active, acceleration and deceleration is stopped and the AC motor drive maintains a constant speed.

  • Page 130

    Settings Function PID function disabled Output Shutoff Stop Parameter lock enable Operation Command Selection (Pr.02.01 setting/external terminals) Operation Command Selection (Pr 02.01 setting/Digital Keypad) Operation Command Selection (Pr 02.01 setting/ Communication) Forward/Reverse Source of second frequency command enabled Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 Description When an input ON with this setting is ON, the PID function will be disabled.

  • Page 131

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Settings Function Run/Stop PLC Program (PLC1) (NOT for VFD*E*C models) Quick Stop (ONLY for VFD*E*C models) Download/Execute/ Monitor PLC Program (PLC2) (NOT for VFD*E*C models) Simple position function OOB (Out of Balance Detection) Motor selection (bit Motor selection (bit 4-78 Description ON: Run PLC Program...

  • Page 132

    Accel/Decel Time Selection Frequency Master Freq. Accel time 1 01.09 RUN/STOP PU External terminal communication Accel/Decel time 1 & 2 Multi-function Input Terminals Pr.04.05 to Pr.04.08(MI3 to MI6) Multi-Step Speed Frequency Master Speed Run/Stop PU/external terminals /communication 1st speed to MI6 1) 2nd speed MI3 to MI6 3rd speed...

  • Page 133

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Master frequency speed speed speed speed speed speed speed speed speed speed speed speed speed speed speed Multi-function Input Contact Selection 04.09 Settings 0 to 4095 This parameter can be used to set the status of multi-function terminals (MI1~MI6 (N.O./N.C.) for standard AC motor drive).

  • Page 134

    Weights The setting value = bit5x2 +bit4x2 +bit2x2 = 1x2 +1x2 +1x2 =32+16+4 Setting 04.09 When extension card is installed, the number of the multi-function input terminals will increase according to the extension card. The maximum number of the multi-function input terminals is shown as follows.

  • Page 135

    Chapter 4 Parameters| 04.24 The Digital Input Used by PLC (NOT for VFD*E*C models) Settings Read Only Display Bit0=1: MI1 used by PLC Bit1=1: MI2 used by PLC Bit2=1: MI3 used by PLC Bit3=1: MI4 used by PLC Bit4=1: MI5 used by PLC Bit5=1: MI6 used by PLC Bit6=1: MI7 used by PLC Bit7=1: MI8 used by PLC...

  • Page 136

    When extension card is installed, the number of the digital input terminals will increase according to the extension card. The maximum number of the digital input terminals is shown as follows. Weights 04.25 The Analog Input Used by PLC (NOT for VFD*E*C models) Settings Read Only Display...

  • Page 137

    Chapter 4 Parameters| 04.26 Display the Status of Multi-function Input Terminal Settings Read Only Display Bit0: MI1 Status Bit1: MI2 Status Bit2: MI3 Status Bit3: MI4 Status Bit4: MI5 Status Bit5: MI6 Status Bit6: MI7 Status Bit7: MI8 Status Bit8: MI9 Status Bit9: MI10 Status Bit10: MI11 Status Bit11: MI12 Status...

  • Page 138

    Weights When extension card is installed, the number of the multi-function input terminals will increase according to the extension card. The maximum number of the multi-function input terminals is shown as follows. Weights 04.27 Internal/External Multi-function Input Terminals Selection Settings 0 to 4095 This parameter is used to select the terminals to be internal terminal or external terminal.

  • Page 139

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Weights The Setting method is convert binary number to decimal number for input. For example: if setting MI3, MI5, MI6 to be internal terminals and MI1, MI2, MI4 to be external terminals. The setting value should be bit5X2 32+16+4=52 as shown in the following.

  • Page 140

    For standard AC motor drive (without extension card), the multi-function input terminals are MI1 to MI6 as shown in the following. Weights For example, if setting MI3, MI5 and MI6 to be ON, Pr.04.28 should be set to bit5X2 +bit4X2 +bit2X2 Weights When extension card is installed, the number of the multi-function input terminals will increase...

  • Page 141

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Group 5: Multi-step Speeds Parameters 05.00 1st Step Speed Frequency 05.01 2nd Step Speed Frequency 05.02 3rd Step Speed Frequency 05.03 4th Step Speed Frequency 05.04 5th Step Speed Frequency 05.05 6th Step Speed Frequency 05.06 7th Step Speed Frequency 05.07 8th Step Speed Frequency 05.08...

  • Page 142

    Frequency Master Speed Run/Stop PU/external terminals /communication 1st speed to MI6 1) 2nd speed MI3 to MI6 3rd speed MI3 to MI6 4th speed MI3 to MI6 Jog Freq. Master frequency speed speed speed speed speed speed speed speed speed speed speed speed...

  • Page 143

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Group 6: Protection Parameters 06.00 Over-Voltage Stall Prevention Settings 115V/230V series 330.0 to 410.0V 460V series During deceleration, the DC bus voltage may exceed its Maximum Allowable Value due to motor regeneration. When this function is enabled, the AC motor drive will not decelerate further and keep the output frequency constant until the voltage drops below the preset value again.

  • Page 144

    Over-Current Stall Prevention during Acceleration 06.01 Settings 20 to 250% 0: disable A setting of 100% is equal to the Rated Output Current of the drive. During acceleration, the AC drive output current may increase abruptly and exceed the value specified by Pr.06.01 due to rapid acceleration or excessive load on the motor.

  • Page 145

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Over-Current Detection Level 06.02 over-current stall prevention during operation 06.03 Over-Torque Detection Mode (OL2) Settings This parameter determines the operation mode of the drive after the over-torque (OL2) is detected via the following method: if the output current exceeds the over-torque detection level (Pr.06.04) longer than the setting of Pr.06.05 Over-Torque Detection Time, the warning message “OL2”...

  • Page 146

    This parameter sets the time for how long over-torque must be detected before “OL2” is displayed. 06.06 Electronic Thermal Overload Relay Selection (OL1) Settings This function is used to protect the motor from overloading or overheating. rated frequency of the motor % Standard motor (self-cooled by fan) 06.07...

  • Page 147

    Chapter 4 Parameters| 06.08 Present Fault Record 06.09 Second Most Recent Fault Record 06.10 Third Most Recent Fault Record 06.11 Fourth Most Recent Fault Record 06.12 Fifth Most Recent Fault Record Readings 4-94 No fault Over-current (oc) Over-voltage (ov) IGBT Overheat (oH1) Power Board Overheat (oH2) Overload(oL) Overload (oL1)

  • Page 148

    35-39 In Pr.06.08 to Pr.06.12 the five most recent faults that occurred, are stored. After removing the cause of the fault, use the reset command to reset the drive. Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 Power Board Overheat (cF3.5) Control Board CPU WRITE failure (cF1.1) Contrsol Board CPU READ failure (cF2.1) ACI signal error (AErr)

  • Page 149

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Group 7: Motor Parameters 07.00 Motor Rated Current (Motor 0) Settings 30% FLA to 120% FLA Use the following formula to calculate the percentage value entered in this parameter: (Motor Current / AC Drive Current) x 100% with Motor Current=Motor rated current in A on type shield AC Drive Current=Rated current of AC drive in A (see Pr.00.01) Pr.07.00 and Pr.07.01 must be set if the drive is programmed to operate in Vector Control...

  • Page 150

    07.04 Motor Parameters Auto Tuning Settings Start Auto Tuning by pressing RUN key after this parameter is set to 1 or 2. When set to 1, it will only auto detect R1 value and Pr.07.01 must be input manually. When set to 2, the AC motor drive should be unloaded and the values of Pr.07.01 and Pr.07.05 will be set automatically.

  • Page 151

    Chapter 4 Parameters| The motor auto tune procedure will set this parameter. The user may also set this parameter without using Pr.07.04. 07.06 Motor Rated Slip (Motor 0) Settings 0.00 to 20.00Hz Refer to the rated rpm and the number of poles on the nameplate of the motor and use the following equation to calculate the rated slip.

  • Page 152

    Settings 0.1~10.0V When the motor is running at low frequency for a long time, the cooling function of the motor fan will be lower. To prevent overheating, it needs to have a Positive Temperature Coefficient thermoistor on the motor and connect its output signal to the drive’s corresponding control terminals.

  • Page 153

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Refer to following calculation for protection level and warning level. Protection level Pr.07.14= V Warning level Pr.07.16= V Definition: V+10: voltage between +10V-ACM, Range 10.4~11.2VDC RPTC1: motor PTC overheat protection level. Corresponding voltage level set in Pr.07.14, RPTC2: motor PTC overheat warning level. Corresponding voltage level set in Pr.07.15, 47kΩ: is AVI input impedance, R1: resistor-divider (recommended value: 1~20kΩ) Take the standard PTC thermistor as example: if protection level is 1330Ω, the voltage...

  • Page 154

    If temperature exceeds the motor PTC overheat warning level (Pr.07.15), the drive will act according to Pr.07.17 and display (Pr.07.15 minus Pr.07.16), the warning display will disappear. 07.13 Input Debouncing Time of the PTC Protection Settings 0~9999 (is 0-19998ms) This parameter is to delay the signals on PTC analog input terminals. 1 unit is 2 msec, 2 units are 4 msec, etc.

  • Page 155

    Chapter 4 Parameters| 07.31 Motor Pole Number (Motor 2) Settings 2 to 10 07.32 Motor Rated Current (Motor 3) Settings 30% FLA to 120% FLA Motor No-load Current (Motor 3) 07.33 Settings 0% FLA to 90% FLA 07.34 Torque Compensation (Motor 3) Settings 0.0 to 10.0 07.35...

  • Page 156

    Group 8: Special Parameters 08.00 DC Brake Current Level Settings 0 to 100% This parameter sets the level of DC Brake Current output to the motor during start-up and stopping. When setting DC Brake Current, the Rated Current (Pr.00.01) is regarded as 100%. It is recommended to start with a low DC Brake Current Level and then increase until proper holding torque has been achieved.

  • Page 157

    Chapter 4 Parameters| DC Brake during Start-up is used for loads that may move before the AC drive starts, such as fans and pumps. Under such circumstances, DC Brake can be used to hold the load in position before setting it in motion. DC Brake during stopping is used to shorten the stopping time and also to hold a stopped load in position.

  • Page 158

    Output frequency Output voltage(V) 08.08 Current Limit for Speed SearchSpeed FWD Run B.B. Fig 1:B.B. Speed Search with Last Output Frequency Downward Timing Chart (Speed Search Current Attains Speed Search Level) Output frequency 08.08 Current Limit for Speed SearchSpeed FWD Run B.B.

  • Page 159

    Chapter 4 Parameters| 08.07 Baseblock Time for Speed Search (BB) Settings 0.1 to 5.0 sec When momentary power loss is detected, the AC motor drive will block its output and then wait for a specified period of time (determined by Pr.08.07, called Base-Block Time) before resuming operation.

  • Page 160

    08.12 Skip Frequency 2 Lower Limit 08.13 Skip Frequency 3 Upper Limit 08.14 Skip Frequency 3 Lower Limit Settings 0.00 to 600.0Hz These parameters set the Skip Frequencies. It will cause the AC motor drive never to remain within these frequency ranges with continuous frequency output. These six parameters should be set as follows Pr.08.09 ≥...

  • Page 161

    Chapter 4 Parameters| This parameter should be used in conjunction with Pr.08.15. For example: If Pr.08.15 is set to 10 and Pr.08.16 is set to 600s (10 min), and if there is no fault for over 600 seconds from the restart for the previous fault, the auto reset times for restart after fault will be reset to 10.

  • Page 162

    AVR function automatically regulates the AC motor drive output voltage to the Maximum Output Voltage (Pr.01.02). For instance, if Pr.01.02 is set at 200 VAC and the input voltage is at 200V to 264VAC, then the Maximum Output Voltage will automatically be reduced to a maximum of 200VAC.

  • Page 163

    0 speed with deceleration stop method. When the power is on again, motor will run again after DEB return time. (for high-speed axis application) Status 1: Insufficient power supply due to momentary power-loss/unstable power (due to low voltage)/sudden heavy-load...

  • Page 164

    DC BUS voltage The level for DEB return time (Lv=+30V+58V) The level for soft start relay to be ON (Lv+30) Soft start relay at power side DEB function is activated Output frequency Pr.07-13 Decel. time selection for momentary power loss DEB return time Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 Lv level...

  • Page 165

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Group 9: Communication Parameters There is a built-in RS-485 serial interface, marked RJ-45 near to the control terminals. The pins are defined below: The pins definition for VFD*E*C models, please refer to chapter E.1.2. Each VFD-E AC motor drive has a pre-assigned communication address specified by Pr.09.00. The RS485 master then controls each AC motor drive according to its communication address.

  • Page 166

    Time-out Detection 09.03 Settings 0.0 to 120.0 sec If Pr.09.03 is not equal to 0.0, Pr.09.02=0~2, and there is no communication on the bus during the Time Out detection period (set by Pr.09.03), “cE10” will be shown on the keypad. 09.04 Communication Protocol Settings...

  • Page 167

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Character ASCII code RTU mode: Each 8-bit data is the combination of two 4-bit hexadecimal characters. For example, 64 Hex. 2. Data Format 10-bit character frame (For ASCII): ( 7.N.2) Start ( 7.E.1) Start ( 7.O.1) Start ( 7.N.1) Start ( 7.E.2)

  • Page 168

    11-bit character frame (For RTU): ( 8.N.2 ) Start ( 8.E.1 ) Start ( 8.O.1 ) Start ( 8.N.1 ) Start ( 8.E.2 ) Start ( 8.O.2 ) Start 3. Communication Protocol 3.1 Communication Data Frame: ASCII mode: Address Hi Address Lo Function Hi Function Lo...

  • Page 169

    Chapter 4 Parameters| LRC CHK Hi LRC CHK Lo END Hi END Lo RTU mode: START Address Function DATA (n-1) DATA 0 CRC CHK Low CRC CHK High 3.2 Address (Communication Address) Valid communication addresses are in the range of 0 to 254. A communication address equal to 0, means broadcast to all AC drives (AMD).

  • Page 170

    10H: write multiple registers The available function codes and examples for VFD-E are described as follows: (1) 03H: multi read, read data from registers. Example: reading continuous 2 data from register address 2102H, AMD address is 01H. ASCII mode: Command message: Address Function Starting data...

  • Page 171

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Number of data (count by word) CRC CHK Low CRC CHK High (2) 06H: single write, write single data to register. Example: writing data 6000(1770H) to register 0100H. AMD address is 01H. ASCII mode: Command message: Address Function Data address Data content...

  • Page 172

    Function Data address Data content CRC CHK Low CRC CHK High (3) 08H: loop detection This command is used to detect if the communication between master device (PC or PLC) and AC motor drive is normal. The AC motor drive will send the received message to the master device.

  • Page 173

    Chapter 4 Parameters| RTU mode: Command message: Address Function Data address Data content CRC CHK Low CRC CHK High (4) 10H: write multiple registers (write multiple data to registers) Example: Set the multi-step speed, Pr.05.00=50.00 (1388H), Pr.05.01=40.00 (0FA0H). AC drive address is 01H. ASCII Mode: Command message: Address 1...

  • Page 174

    RTU mode: Command message: Address Function Starting data address Number of data (count by word) Number of data (count by byte) The first data content The second data content CRC Check Low CRC Check High 3.4 Check sum ASCII mode: LRC (Longitudinal Redundancy Check) is calculated by summing up, module 256, the values of the bytes from ADR1 to last data character then calculating the hexadecimal representation of the 2’s-complement negation of the sum.

  • Page 175

    Chapter 4 Parameters| 01H+03H+04H+01H+00H+01H=0AH, the 2’s-complement negation of 0AH is F6H. RTU mode: CRC (Cyclical Redundancy Check) is calculated by the following steps: Step 1: Load a 16-bit register (called CRC register) with FFFFH. Step 2: Exclusive OR the first 8-bit byte of the command message with the low order byte of the 16-bit CRC register, putting the result in the CRC register.

  • Page 176

    Unsigned int crc_chk(unsigned char* data, unsigned char length){ int j; unsigned int reg_crc=0xFFFF; while(length--){ reg_crc ^= *data++; for(j=0;j<8;j++){ if(reg_crc & 0x01){ /* LSB(b0)=1 */ reg_crc=(reg_crc>>1) ^ 0xA001; }else{ reg_crc=reg_crc >>1; return reg_crc; 3.5 Address list The contents of available addresses are shown as below: Content AC drive Parameters...

  • Page 177

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Content Status monitor Read only 4-124 Address 2001H Frequency command Bit 0 1: EF (external fault) on 2002H Bit 1 1: Reset Bit 2-15 Reserved Error code: 2100H 0: No error occurred 1: Over-current (oc) 2: Over-voltage (ov) 3: IGBT Overheat (oH1) 4: Power Board Overheat (oH2) 5: Overload (oL)

  • Page 178

    Content Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 Address 24: U-phase error (cF3.0) 25: V-phase error (cF3.1) 26: W-phase error (cF3.2) 27: DCBUS error (cF3.3) 2100H 28: IGBT Overheat (cF3.4) 29: Power Board Overheat (cF3.5) 30: Control Board CPU WRITE failure (cF1.1) 31: Control Board CPU WRITE failure (cF2.1) 32: ACI signal error (AErr) 33: Reserved...

  • Page 179

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Content Note: 2116H is number display of Pr.00.04. High byte of 2117H is number of decimal places of 2116H. Low byte of 2117H is ASCII code of alphabet display of Pr.00.04. 3.6 Exception response: The AC motor drive is expected to return a normal response after receiving command messages from the master device.

  • Page 180

    Address Low Address High Function Low Function High Exception code LRC CHK Low LRC CHK High END 1 END 0 The explanation of exception codes: Exception Explanation code Illegal function code: The function code received in the command message is not available for the AC motor drive.

  • Page 181

    Chapter 4 Parameters| #include<conio.h> #include<process.h> #define PORT 0x03F8 /* the address of COM1 */ /* the address offset value relative to COM1 */ #define THR 0x0000 #define RDR 0x0000 #define BRDL 0x0000 #define IER 0x0001 #define BRDH 0x0001 #define LCR 0x0003 #define MCR 0x0004 #define LSR 0x0005 #define MSR 0x0006...

  • Page 182

    09.06 Reserved 09.07 Response Delay Time Settings 0 ~ 200 (400msec) This parameter is the response delay time after AC drive receives communication command as shown in the following. 1 unit = 2 msec. RS485 BUS PC or PLC command 09.08 Transmission Speed for USB Card Settings...

  • Page 183

    Chapter 4 Parameters| 09.10 Transmission Fault Treatment for USB Card Settings This parameter is set to how to react when transmission errors occurs. 4-130 Warn and keep operating Warn and RAMP to stop Warn and COAST to stop No warning and keep operating Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 Factory Setting: 0...

  • Page 184

    09.11 Time-out Detection for USB Card Settings 0.0 to 120.0 sec 09.12 COM port for PLC Communication (NOT for VFD*E*C models) Settings Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 Disable RS485 USB card Chapter 4 Parameters| Unit: 0.1 Factory Setting: 0.0 Factory Setting: 0 4-131...

  • Page 185

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Group 10: PID Control 10.00 PID Set Point Selection Settings 10.01 Input Terminal for PID Feedback Settings Note that the measured variable (feedback) controls the output frequency (Hz). Select input terminal accordingly. Make sure this parameter setting does not conflict with the setting for Pr.10.00 (Master Frequency).

  • Page 186

    NOTE The parameter can be set during operation for easy tuning. 10.03 Integral Time ( I ) Settings 0.00 to 100.0 sec 0.00 This parameter specifies integral control (continual sum of the deviation) and associated gain (I). When the integral gain is set to 1 and the deviation is fixed, the output is equal to the input (deviation) once the integral time setting is attained.

  • Page 187

    Chapter 4 Parameters| 10.06 Primary Delay Filter Time Settings 0.0 to 2.5 sec To avoid amplification of measurement noise in the controller output, a derivative digital filter is inserted. This filter helps to dampen oscillations. The complete PID diagram is in the following: Setpoint 10.02 Input Freq.

  • Page 188

    This function is only for ACI signal. AC motor drive action when the feedback signals (analog PID feedback) are abnormal according to Pr.10.16. Gain Over the PID Detection Value 10.10 0.0 to 10.0 Settings This function is only for ACI signal. This is the gain adjustment over the feedback detection value.

  • Page 189

    Chapter 4 Parameters| When the AC motor drive is in sleep mode, frequency command is still calculated by PID. When frequency reaches wake up frequency, AC motor drive will accelerate from Pr.01.05 minimum frequency following the V/f curve. The wake up frequency must be higher than sleep frequency. Frequency 10.16 10.15...

  • Page 190

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Minimum PID Output Frequency Selection 10.17 Factory Setting: 0 Settings By PID control By Minimum output frequency (Pr.01.05) This is the source selection of minimum output frequency when control is by PID. Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 4-137...

  • Page 191

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Group 11: Multi-function Input/Output Parameters for Extension Card Make sure that the extension card is installed on the AC motor drive correctly before using group 11 parameters. See Appendix B for details. 11.00 Multi-function Output Terminal MO2/RA2 11.01 Multi-function Output Terminal MO3/RA3 11.02...

  • Page 192

    Settings Function Desired Frequency Attained Terminal Count Value Attained Preliminary Count Value Attained Over Voltage Stall supervision Over Current Stall supervision Heat Sink Overheat Warning Over Voltage supervision PID supervision Forward command Reverse command Zero Speed Output Signal Communication Warning (FbE,Cexx, AoL2, AUE, SAvE) Brake Control (Desired...

  • Page 193

    Chapter 4 Parameters| 11.10 Multi-function Input Terminal (MI11) 11.11 Multi-function Input Terminal (MI12) Settings 0 to 23 Settings Function No Function Multi-Step Speed Command 1 Multi-Step Speed Command 2 Multi-Step Speed Command 3 Multi-Step Speed Command 4 External Reset Accel/Decel Inhibit Accel/Decel Time Selection Command...

  • Page 194

    Settings Function External Base Block (Refer to Pr.08.06) UP: Increase Master Frequency DOWN: Decrease Master Frequency Counter Trigger Counter Reset External Fault PID function disabled Output Shutoff Stop Parameter lock enable Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 Description Parameter value 09 programs a Multi-function Input Terminals for external Base Block control.

  • Page 195

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Settings Function Operation Command Selection (Pr.02.01 setting/external terminals) Operation Command Selection (Pr 02.01 setting/Digital Keypad) Operation Command Selection (Pr 02.01 setting/ Communication) Forward/Reverse Source of second frequency command enabled Run/Stop PLC Program 4-142 Description ON: Operation command via Ext. Terminals OFF: Operation command via Pr.02.01 setting Pr.02.01 is disabled if this parameter value 18 is set.

  • Page 196

    Settings Function Download/Execute/ Monitor PLC Program (PLC2) Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 Description When AC motor drive is in STOP mode and this function is enabled, it will display PLC2 in the PLC page and you can download/execute/monitor PLC. When this function is disabled, it will display PLC0 in the PLC page and stop executing PLC program.

  • Page 197

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Group 12: Analog Input/Output Parameters for Extension Card Make sure that the extension card is installed on the AC motor drive correctly before using group 12 parameters. See Appendix B for details. AI1 Function Selection 12.00 Settings AI1 Analog Signal Mode 12.01 Settings...

  • Page 198

    12.05 Max. AVI3 Scale Percentage Settings 0.0 to 100.0% 12.06 Min. ACI2 Input Current Settings 0.0 to 20.0mA 12.07 Min. ACI2 Scale Percentage Settings 0.0 to 100.0% 12.08 Max. ACI2 Input Current Settings 0.0 to 20.0mA 12.09 Max. ACI2 Scale Percentage Settings 0.0 to 100.0% AI2 Function Selection...

  • Page 199

    Chapter 4 Parameters| 12.12 Min. AVI4 Input Voltage Settings 0.0 to 10.0V 12.13 Min. AVI4 Scale Percentage Settings 0.0 to 100.0% 12.14 Max. AVI4 Input Voltage Settings 0.0 to 10.0V 12.15 Max. AVI4 Scale Percentage Settings 0.0 to 100.0% 12.16 Min.

  • Page 200

    AO1 Terminal Analog Signal Mode 12.20 Settings Besides parameter setting, the voltage/current mode should be used with the switch. AO1 Analog Output Signal 12.21 Settings This parameter is used to choose analog frequency (0-+10Vdc) or analog current (4-20mA) to correspond to the AC motor drive’s output frequency or current. 12.22 AO1 Analog Output Gain Settings...

  • Page 201

    Chapter 4 Parameters| NOTE If the scale of the voltmeter is less than 10V, refer to following formula to set Pr.12.22: Pr.12.22 = [(full scale voltage)/10]*100%. Example: When using voltmeter with full scale (5V), Pr.12.22 should be set to 5/10*100%=50%. If Pr.12.21 is set to 0, the output voltage will correspond to the max.

  • Page 202

    Group 13: PG function Parameters for Extension Card Make sure that the extension card is installed on the AC motor drive correctly before using group 12 parameters. See Appendix B for details. 13.00 PG Input Settings The relationship between the motor rotation and PG input is illustrated below: PULSE GENERATOR 13.01...

  • Page 203

    Chapter 4 Parameters| 13.04 Integral Gain ( I ) Settings 0.00 to 100.00 sec 0.00 This parameter specifies integral control and associated gain (I), and is used for speed control with PG feedback. 13.05 Speed Control Output Frequency Limit Settings 0.00 to 100.00Hz This parameter limits the amount of correction by the PI control on the output frequency when controlling speed via PG feedback.

  • Page 204

    13.08 Treatment of the Feedback Signal Fault Settings AC motor drive action when the feedback signals (analog PID feedback or PG (encoder) feedback) are abnormal. 13.10 Source of the High-speed Counter (NOT for VFD*E*C models) Settings Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 Warn and RAMP to stop Warn and COAST to stop Warn and keep operating...

  • Page 205: Different Parameters For Vfd*e*c Models

    Chapter 4 Parameters| 4.4 Different Parameters for VFD*E*C Models Software version for VFD*E*C is V1.00 for power board and V2.00 for control board. : The parameter can be set during operation. Group 0 User Parameters Parameter Explanation 00.02 Parameter Reset Start-up Display 00.03 Selection...

  • Page 206

    Parameter Explanation Group 1 Basic Parameters Parameter Explanation 01.11 Accel Time 2 01.12 Decel Time 2 Group 2 Operation Method Parameters Parameter Explanation Source of First 02.00 Master Frequency Command 02.01 Source of First Operation Command Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 Settings 8: Display the estimated value of torque as it relates to current (t)

  • Page 207

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Parameter Explanation Source of Second 02.09 Frequency Command Display the Master 02.16 Freq Command Source Display the 02.17 Operation Command Source Group 3 Output Function Parameters Parameter Explanation 03.09 Reserved 03.10 Reserved Group 4 Input Function Parameters Parameter Explanation 04.05...

  • Page 208

    Parameter Explanation 04.06 Multi-function Input Terminal (MI4) 04.07 Multi-function Input Terminal (MI5) 04.08 Multi-function Input Terminal (MI6) 04.24 Reserved Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 Settings 2: Multi-Step speed command 2 3: Multi-Step speed command 3 4: Multi-Step speed command 4 5: External reset 6: Accel/Decel inhibit 7: Accel/Decel time selection command...

  • Page 209

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Parameter Explanation 04.25 Reserved Group 7 Motor Parameters Parameter Explanation Torque 07.08 Compensation Time Constant Group 9 Communication Parameters Parameter Explanation 09.12 Reserved CANopen 09.13 Communication Address 09.14 CANbus Baud Rate Gain of CANbus 09.15 Frequency 09.16 CANbus Warning Group 11 Parameters for Extension Card 4-156...

  • Page 210

    Parameter Explanation Multi-function Input 11.06 Terminal (MI7) Multi-function Input 11.07 Terminal (MI8) Multi-function Input 11.08 Terminal (MI9) Multi-function Input 11.09 Terminal (MI10) Multi-function Input 11.10 Terminal (MI11) 11.11 Multi-function Input Terminal (MI12) Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 Settings 0: No function 1: Multi-Step speed command 1 2: Multi-Step speed command 2...

  • Page 211

    Chapter 4 Parameters| Parameter Explanation Group 13: PG function Parameters for Extension Card Parameter Explanation 13.10 Reserved 4-158 Settings 27: Motor selection (bit 0) 28: Motor selection (bit 1) Settings Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 Factory Customer Setting Factory Customer Setting...

  • Page 212: Chapter 5 Troubleshooting, Over Current (oc)

    5.1 Over Current (OC) Remove short circuit or ground fault Reduce the load or increase the power of AC motor drive No Reduce torque compensation Reduce torque compensation Maybe AC motor drive has malfunction or error due to noise. Please contact DELTA.

  • Page 213: Ground Fault, Over Voltage (ov)

    Chapter 5 Troubleshooting| 5.2 Ground Fault Ground fault 5.3 Over Voltage (OV) Reduce voltage to be within spec. Maybe AC motor drive has malfunction or misoperation due to noise. Please contact DELTA. Reduce moment of inertia Need to check control method. Please contact DELTA. Is output circuit(cable or motor) of AC motor drive grounded?

  • Page 214: Low Voltage (lv)

    DELTA. Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 Change defective component and check connection Make necessary corrections, such as change power supply system for requirement Using the different power supply for this drive and heavy load system Maybe AC motor drive has malfunction.

  • Page 215: Over Heat (oh), Overload

    Chapter 5 Troubleshooting| 5.5 Over Heat (OH) AC motor drive overheats Heat sink overheats Check if temperature of heat sink is greater than 90 Is load too large If cooling fan functions normally Check if cooling fan is jammed Check if surrounding temperature is within specification Adjust surrounding temperature to specification...

  • Page 216: Keypad Display Is Abnormal, Phase Loss (phl)

    5.7 Keypad Display is Abnormal Abnormal display or no display Cycle power to AC motor drive Display normal? AC motor drive works normally 5.8 Phase Loss (PHL) Check wiring at R, S and T terminals Check if the screws of terminals are tightened Check if the input voltage of R, S, T is unbalanced Maybe AC motor drive has malfunction or misoperation due to noise.

  • Page 217: Motor Cannot Run

    Chapter 5 Troubleshooting| 5.9 Motor cannot Run Motor cannot run Reset after clearing fault and then RUN It can run when no faults occur Press RUN key to check if it can run Press UP key to set frequency Check if input FWD or REV command Press UP to check if motor...

  • Page 218: Motor Speed Cannot Be Changed

    5.10 Motor Speed cannot be Changed For VFD*E*C models, no PLC function is supported. Please follow the dashed line to skip the PLC parts. Modify the setting If the execution time is too long If finished with executing PLC program Check if the PLC program is correct Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11...

  • Page 219: Motor Stalls During Acceleration, The Motor Does Not Run As Expected

    Chapter 5 Troubleshooting| 5.11 Motor Stalls during Acceleration Motor stalls during acceleration Thicken or shorten the wiring between the motor or AC motor drive Reduce load or increase the capacity of AC motor drive 5.12 The Motor does not Run as Expected Motor does not run as expected Run in low speed continuously...

  • Page 220: Electromagnetic/induction Noise, Environmental Condition

    5.13 Electromagnetic/Induction Noise Many sources of noise surround AC motor drives and penetrate it by radiation or conduction. It may cause malfunctioning of the control circuits and even damage the AC motor drive. Of course, there are solutions to increase the noise tolerance of an AC motor drive. But this has its limits. Therefore, solving it from the outside as follows will be the best.

  • Page 221: Affecting Other Machines

    Chapter 5 Troubleshooting| Store within a relative humidity range of 0% to 90% and non-condensing environment. Use an air conditioner and/or exsiccator. 5.15 Affecting Other Machines An AC motor drive may affect the operation of other machines due to many reasons. Some solutions are: High Harmonics at Power Side High harmonics at power side during running can be improved by:...

  • Page 222: Chapter 6 Fault Code Information And Maintenance, Fault Code Information, Common Problems And Solutions

    Chapter 6 Fault Code Information and Maintenance 6.1 Fault Code Information The AC motor drive has a comprehensive fault diagnostic system that includes several different alarms and fault messages. Once a fault is detected, the corresponding protective functions will be activated.

  • Page 223

    Chapter 6 Fault Code Information and Maintenance| Fault Fault Descriptions Name Overheating Heat sink temperature too high Low voltage The AC motor drive detects that the DC bus voltage has fallen below its minimum value. Overload The AC motor drive detects excessive drive output current.

  • Page 224

    Fault Fault Descriptions Name Over-current during acceleration Over-current during deceleration Over-current during constant speed operation External Fault Internal EEPROM can not be programmed. Internal EEPROM can not be programmed. Internal EEPROM can not be read. Internal EEPROM can not be read.

  • Page 225

    Chapter 6 Fault Code Information and Maintenance| Fault Fault Descriptions Name Ground fault Auto accel/decel failure Communication Error Software protection failure Analog signal error PID feedback signal error Phase Loss Auto Tuning Error Communication time-out error on the control board or power board Motor overheat protection PG signal error...

  • Page 226

    Fault Fault Descriptions Name CANopen Heartbeat Time out ( Only for VFDxxxExxC ) CANopen SYNC Time out ( Only for VFDxxxExxC ) CANopen SDO Time out ( Only for VFDxxxExxC ) CANopen SDO buffer overflow ( Only for VFDxxxExxC ) CAN bus off (...

  • Page 227: Reset, Maintenance And Inspections

    Chapter 6 Fault Code Information and Maintenance| 6.1.2 Reset There are three methods to reset the AC motor drive after solving the fault: Press key on keypad. Set external terminal to “RESET” (set one of Pr.04.05~Pr.04.08 to 05) and then set to be Send “RESET”...

  • Page 228

    DANGER! Disconnect AC power before processing! Only qualified personnel can install, wire and maintain AC motor drives. Please take off any metal objects, such as watches and rings, before operation. And only insulated tools are allowed. Never reassemble internal components or wiring. Prevent static electricity.

  • Page 229

    Chapter 6 Fault Code Information and Maintenance| Keypad Check Items Is the display clear for reading? Any missing characters? Mechanical parts Check Items If there is any abnormal sound or vibration If there are any loose screws If any part is deformed or damaged If there is any color change by overheating...

  • Page 230

    Terminals and wiring of main circuit Check Items If the wiring shows change of color change or deformation due to overheat If the insulation of wiring is damaged or the color has changed If there is any damage DC capacity of main circuit Check Items If there is any leakage of liquid, change of color, cracks or...

  • Page 231

    Chapter 6 Fault Code Information and Maintenance| Transformer and reactor of main circuit Check Items If there is any abnormal vibration or peculiar smell Magnetic contactor and relay of main circuit Check Items If there are any loose screws If the contact works correctly Printed circuit board and connector of main circuit Check Items If there are any loose screws and...

  • Page 232

    Cooling fan of cooling system Check Items If there is any abnormal sound or vibration If there is any loose screw If there is any change of color due to overheating Ventilation channel of cooling system Check Items If there is any obstruction in the heat sink, air intake or air outlet Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 Chapter 6 Fault Code Information and Maintenance|...

  • Page 234: Appendix A Specifications

    There are 115V, 230V and 460V models in the VFD-E series. For 115V models, it is 1-phase models. For 0.25 to 3HP of the 230V models, there are 1-phase/3-phase models. Refer to following specifications for details. Voltage Class Model Number VFD-XXXE Max.

  • Page 235

    Appendix A Specifications| Voltage Class Model Number VFD-XXXE Max. Applicable Motor Output (kW) Max. Applicable Motor Output (hp) Rated Output Capacity (kVA) Rated Output Current (A) Maximum Output Voltage (V) Output Frequency (Hz) Carrier Frequency (kHz) Rated Input Current (A) Rated Voltage/Frequency Voltage Tolerance Frequency Tolerance...

  • Page 236

    Multi-function Output Indication Analog Output Signal Alarm Output Contact Operation Functions Protection Functions Display Keypad (optional) Built-in Brake Chopper Built-in EMI Filter Enclosure Rating Pollution Degree Installation Location Ambient Temperature Storage/ Transportation Temperature Ambient Humidity Vibration Approvals Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 General Specifications AC drive operating, frequency attained, zero speed, Base Block, fault indication, overheat alarm, emergency stop and status selections of input...

  • Page 237

    Appendix A Specifications| This page intentionally left blank Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11...

  • Page 238: Appendix B Accessories, B.1 All Brake Resistors & Brake Units Used In Ac Motor Drives

    B.1 All Brake Resistors & Brake Units Used in AC Motor 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. The brake unit should be at least 10 cm away from AC motor drive to avoid possible interference.

  • Page 239

    Appendix B Accessories| NOTE Please select the brake unit and/or brake resistor according to the table. “-“ means no Delta product. Please use the brake unit according to the Equivalent Resistor Value. If damage to the drive or other equipment is due to the fact that the brake resistors and the brake modules in use are not provided by Delta, the warranty will be void.

  • Page 240

    R/L1 S/L2 T/L3 O.L. Thermal Overload Relay or Surge temperature Absorber switch Note1: When using the AC drive with DC reactor, please refer to wiring diagram in the AC drive user manual for the wiring of terminal +(P) of Brake unit. Note2: Do NOT wire terminal -(N) to the neutral point of power system.

  • Page 241: B.1.1 Dimensions And Weights For Brake Resistors

    Appendix B Accessories| B.1.1 Dimensions and Weights for Brake Resistors (Dimensions are in millimeter) Order P/N: BR080W200, BR080W750, BR300W100, BR300W250, BR300W400, BR400W150, BR400W040 Model no. BR080W200 BR080W750 BR300W100 BR300W250 BR300W400 BR400W150 BR400W040 Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 Max. Weight (g)

  • Page 242

    Order P/N: BR500W030, BR500W100, BR1KW020, BR1KW075 Model no. BR500W030 BR500W100 BR1KW020 BR1KW075 Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 Appendix B Accessories| Max. Weight (g) 1100 2800...

  • Page 243

    Appendix B Accessories| Order P/N: BR1K0W050 Order P/N: BR1K0W050, BR1K2W008, BR1K2W6P8, BR1K5W005, BR1K5W040 Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11...

  • Page 244

    Appendix B Accessories| Order P/N: BR200W150, BR200W250 Model no. L1±2 L2±2 L3±2 W±1 H±1 BR200W150 BR200W250 Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11...

  • Page 245: B.2 No-fuse Circuit Breaker Chart

    Appendix B Accessories| B.2 No-fuse Circuit Breaker Chart For 1-phase/3-phase drives, the current rating of the breaker shall be greater than 2 X (rated input current). 1-phase Model VFD002E11A/11T/11C/ VFD002E21A/21T/21C/ VFD004E11A/11C/11T/ VFD004E21A/21C/21T/ VFD007E11A/11C VFD007E21A/21C/21T/ VFD015E21A/21C VFD022E21A/21C Recommended no-fuse breaker (A) VFD002E23A/23C/23T/ VFD004E23A/23C/23T/ VFD004E43A/43C/43T/...

  • Page 246: B.3 Fuse Specification Chart

    B.3 Fuse Specification Chart Smaller fuses than those shown in the table are permitted. Model Input VFD002E11A/11T/11C/ VFD002E21A/21T/21C /21P VFD002E23A/23C/23T /23P VFD004E11A/11C/11T/ VFD004E21A/21C/21T /21P VFD004E23A/23C/23T /23P VFD004E43A/43C/43T /43P VFD007E11A/11C VFD007E21A/21C/21T /21P VFD007E23A/23C/23T /23P VFD007E43A/43C/43T /43P VFD015E21A/21C VFD015E23A/23C/23T /23P VFD015E43A/43C/43T VFD022E21A/21C VFD022E23A/23C VFD022E43A/43C VFD037E23A/23C...

  • Page 247: B.4 Ac Reactor, B.4.1 Ac Input Reactor Recommended Value

    Appendix B Accessories| I (A) Model Input VFD055E43A/43C VFD075E23A/23C VFD075E43A/43C VFD110E43A/43C B.4 AC Reactor B.4.1 AC Input Reactor Recommended Value 230V, 50/60Hz, 1-Phase 0.75 460V, 50/60Hz, 3-Phase Fundamental 0.75 B-10 I (A) Output Fundamental Max. continuous Amps Amps Max. continuous Amps Amps 37.5...

  • Page 248: B.4.2 Ac Output Reactor Recommended Value

    B.4.2 AC Output Reactor Recommended Value 115V/230V, 50/60Hz, 3-Phase Fundamental 0.75 460V, 50/60Hz, 3-Phase Fundamental 0.75 Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 Max. continuous Amps Amps 37.5 52.5 Max. continuous Amps Amps 37.5 Appendix B Accessories| Inductance (mH) 3% impedance 5% impedance 1.25 Inductance (mH)

  • Page 249: B.4.3 Applications

    Appendix B Accessories| B.4.3 Applications Connected in input circuit Application 1 When more than one AC motor drive is connected to the same mains power, and one of them is ON during operation. Correct wiring Application 2 Silicon rectifier and AC motor drive are connected to the same power.

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    Application 3 Used to improve the input power factor, to reduce harmonics and provide protection from AC line disturbances. (surges, switching spikes, short interruptions, etc.). The AC line reactor should be installed when the power supply capacity is 500kVA or more and exceeds 6 times the inverter capacity, or the mains wiring distance Correct wiring...

  • Page 251: B.5 Zero Phase Reactor (rf220x00a)

    Appendix B Accessories| B.5 Zero Phase Reactor (RF220X00A) Dimensions are in millimeter and (inch) Recommended Wire Cable Size type Nominal (Note) AWG mm ≦10 ≦5.3 ≦5.5 Single- core ≦2 ≦33.6 ≦38 ≦12 ≦3.3 ≦3.5 Three- core ≦1 ≦42.4 ≦50 Note: 600V Insulated unshielded Cable. Diagram A Please wind each wire 4 times around the core.

  • Page 252: B.6 Remote Controller Rc-01

    B.6 Remote Controller RC-01 Dimensions are in millimeter AFM ACM VFD-E Programming: Pr.02.00 set to 2 Pr.02.01 set to 1 (external controls) Pr.04.04 set to 1 (setting Run/Stop and Fwd/Rev controls) Pr.04.07 (MI5) set to 5 (External reset) Pr.04.08 (MI6) set to 8 (JOG operation) Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 4 16 15 14 13 11 +10V...

  • Page 253: B.7 Pu06, B.7.1 Description Of The Digital Keypad Vfd-pu06, B.7.2 Explanation Of Display Message

    Appendix B Accessories| B.7 PU06 B.7.1 Description of the Digital Keypad VFD-PU06 Frequency Command Status indicator Output Frequency Status indicator User Defined Units Status indicator By pressing JOG key, Jog frequency operation. UP and DOWN Key Set the parameter number and changes the numerical data, such as Master Frequency.

  • Page 254: B.7.3 Operation Flow Chart

    Display Message B.7.3 Operation Flow Chart VFD-PU06 Operation Flow Chart Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 The specified parameter setting. The actual value stored in the specified parameter. External Fault “End” displays for approximately 1 second if the entered input data have been accepted.

  • Page 255: B.8 Kpe-le02, B.8.1 Description Of The Digital Keypad Kpe-le02

    Appendix B Accessories| B.8 KPE-LE02 B.8.1 Description of the Digital Keypad KPE-LE02 Status Display Display the driver's current status. LED Display Indicates frequency, voltage, current, user defined units and etc. Potentiometer For master Frequency setting. RUN Key Start AC drive operation. Display Message Displays the AC drive Master Frequency.

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    Display Message Displays the actual stored value of the selected parameter. External Fault. Display “End” for approximately 1 second if input has been accepted by pressing is automatically stored in memory. To modify an entry, use the Display “Err”, if the input is invalid. NOTE When the setting exceeds 99.99 for those numbers with 2 decimals (i.e.

  • Page 257: B.8.2 How To Operate The Digital Keypad

    Appendix B Accessories| B.8.2 How to Operate the Digital Keypad Setting Mode START NOTE: In the selection mode, press Setting parameters NOTE: In the parameter setting mode, you can press To shift data (When operation source is digital keypad) Setting direction Setting PLC Mode B-20 to set the parameters.

  • Page 258: Keypad

    B.8.3 Reference Table for the 7-segment LED Display of the Digital Keypad Digit Display English alphabet Display English alphabet Display English alphabet Display Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 Appendix B Accessories| B-21...

  • Page 259: B.9 Extension Card, B.9.1 Relay Card

    Appendix B Accessories| B.9 Extension Card For details, please refer to the separate instruction shipped with these optional cards or download from our website http://www.delta.com.tw/industrialautomation/. Installation method B.9.1 Relay Card EME-R2CA EME-R3AA B-22 Relay Output Relay Output Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11...

  • Page 260: B.9.2 Digital I/o Card, B.9.3 Analog I/o Card, B.9.4 Communication Card

    Appendix B Accessories| B.9.2 Digital I/O Card EME-D33A B.9.3 Analog I/O Card EME-A22A B.9.4 Communication Card CME-USB01 Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 B-23...

  • Page 261: B.9.5 Speed Feedback Card, B.10 Fieldbus Modules, B.10.1 Devicenet Communication Module (cme-dn01)

    Appendix B Accessories| connect to extension card B.9.5 Speed Feedback Card EME-PG01 B.10 Fieldbus Modules B.10.1 DeviceNet Communication Module (CME-DN01) B.10.1.1 Panel Appearance and Dimensions 1. For RS-485 connection to VFD-E 2. Communication port for connecting DeviceNet network 3. Address selector 4. Baud rate selector 5. Three LED status indicators for monitor. (Refer to the figure below) B-24 connect to PC...

  • Page 262: B.10.1.2 Wiring And Settings, B.10.1.3 Mounting Method

    B.10.1.2 Wiring and Settings Refer to following diagram for details. MAC address Date Rate 125K 250K 500K ADD1 ADD2 BAUD Empty CAN-H CAN-L B.10.1.3 Mounting Method Step1 and step2 show how to mount this communication module onto VFD-E. The dimension on the left hand side is for your reference.

  • Page 263: B.10.1.4 Power Supply, B.10.1.5 Leds Display, B.10.2 Lonworks Communication Module (cme-lw01)

    Appendix B Accessories| Dimensions B.10.1.4 Power Supply No external power is needed. Power is supplied via RS-485 port that is connected to VFD-E. An 8 pins RJ-45 cable, which is packed together with this communication module, is used to connect the RS-485 port between VFD-E and this communication module for power. This communication module will perform the function once it is connected.

  • Page 264: B.10.2.1 Introduction, B.10.2.2 Dimensions, B.10.2.3 Specifications

    This manual provides instructions for the installation and setup for CME-LW01 that is used to communicate with Delta VFD-E (firmware version of VFD-E should conform with CME-LW01 according to the table below) via LonWorks Network. B.10.2.2 Dimensions B.10.2.3 Specifications Power supply: 16-30VDC, 750mW Communication: LonTalk: LonTalk terminal: RS-485 port: 8 pins with RJ-45 Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11...

  • Page 265: B.10.2.4 Wiring, B.10.2.5 Led Indications, B.10.3 Profibus Communication Module (cme-pd01)

    Appendix B Accessories| B.10.2.4 Wiring Terminal definition for LonTalk system Terminal B.10.2.5 LED Indications There are three LEDs in front panel of CME-LW01. If the communication is normal, power LED, SP LED should be green (red LED means abnormal communication) and service LED should be OFF.

  • Page 266: B.10.3.1 Panel Appearance

    B.10.3.1 Panel Appearance Address Switches SP LED: Indicating the connection status between VFD-E and CME-PD01. NET LED: Indicating the connection status between CME-PD01 and PROFIBUS-DP. Address Switches: Setting the address of CME-PD01 on PROFIBUS- DP network. RS-485 Interface (RJ45): Connecting to VFD-E, and supply power to CME-PD01. PROFIBUS-DP Interface (DB9): 9-PIN connector that connects to PROFIBUS-DP network.

  • Page 267: B.10.3.2 Dimensions, B.10.3.3 Parameters Settings In Vfd-e, B.10.3.4 Power Supply, B.10.3.5 Profibus Address

    RTU 8, N, 2 Freq. Source Command Source B.10.3.4 Power Supply The power of CME-PD01 is supplied from VFD-E. Please connect VFD-E to CME-PD01 by using 8 pins RJ-45 cable, which is packed together with CME-PD01. After connection is completed, CME-PD01 is powered whenever power is applied to VFD-E.

  • Page 268: B.10.4 Cme-cop01 (canopen), B.10.4.1 Product Profile, B.10.4.2 Specifications

    Address 0 or 0x7E..0xFE B.10.4 CME-COP01 (CANopen) CME-COP01 CANopen communication module is specifically for connecting to CANopen communication module of Delta VFD-E AC motor drive. B.10.4.1 Product Profile Unit: mm B.10.4.2 Specifications CANopen Connection Interface Transmission method Transmission cable Electrical isolation Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 1..0x7D Valid PROFIBUS address...

  • Page 269: B.10.4.3 Components

    Appendix B Accessories| Communication Process Data Objects (PDO) Service Data Object (SDO) Message type Synchronization (SYNC) Emergency (EMCY) Network Management (NMT) Product code Delta VFD-E AC motor drive Device type Vendor ID Environmental Specifications ESD(IEC 61131-2, IEC 61000-4-2): 8KV Air Discharge EFT(IEC 61131-2, IEC 61000-4-4): Power Line: 2KV, Digital I/O: 1KV, Noise Immunity Analog &...

  • Page 270: B.10.4.4 Led Indicator Explanation & Troubleshooting

    Example: If you need to set up the communication speed of CME-COP01 as 500K, simply switch BR to “5”. BR Value MAC ID Setting Rotary switches (ID_L and ID_H) set up the Node-ID on CANopen network in hex. Setup range: 00 ~ 7F (80 ~FF are forbidden) Example: If you need to set up the communication address of CME-COP01 as 26(1AH), simply switch ID_H to “1”...

  • Page 271

    Appendix B Accessories| ERROR LED LED Status No error Single Flash Warning limit reached (Red) Double Flash Error control event (Red) Red ON Bus-off SP LED LED Status No Power LED Blinking CRC check error (Red) Connection failure/No Red ON connection LED Blinking CME-COP01 returns error...

  • Page 272: B.11 Din Rail, B.11.1 Mke-dra

    Appendix B Accessories| B.11 DIN Rail B.11.1 MKE-DRA Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 B-35...

  • Page 273: B.11.2 Mke-drb, B.11.3 Mke-ep

    Appendix B Accessories| B.11.2 MKE-DRB B.11.3 MKE-EP EMC earthing plate for Shielding Cable C CLAMP B-36 TWO HOLE STRAP TWO HOLE STRAP Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11...

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    Appendix B Accessories| Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 B-37...

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    Appendix B Accessories| This page intentionally left blank B-38 Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11...

  • Page 276: Appendix C How To Select The Right Ac Motor Drive

    Continuous operation, Short-time operation Long-time operation at medium/low speeds Maximum output current (instantaneous) Constant output current (continuous) Maximum frequency, Base frequency Power supply transformer capacity or percentage impedance Voltage fluctuations and unbalance Number of phases, single phase protection Frequency Mechanical friction, losses in wiring Duty cycle modification Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11...

  • Page 277: C.1 Capacity Formulas

    Appendix C How to Select the Right AC Motor Drive| C.1 Capacity Formulas 1. When one AC motor drive operates one motor The starting capacity should be less than 1.5x rated capacity of AC motor drive The starting capacity= ⎛ ×...

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    2.3 When it is running continuously The requirement of load capacity should be less than the capacity of AC motor drive(kVA) The requirement of load capacity= × η × The motor capacity should be less than the capacity of AC motor drive ×...

  • Page 279: C.2 General Precaution

    Appendix C How to Select the Right AC Motor Drive| C.2 General Precaution Selection Note When the AC Motor Drive is connected directly to a large-capacity power transformer (600kVA or above) or when a phase lead capacitor is switched, excess peak currents may occur in the power input circuit and the converter section may be damaged.

  • Page 280: C.3 How To Choose A Suitable Motor

    required time, either use an external brake resistor and/or brake unit, depending on the model, (to shorten deceleration time only) or increase the capacity for both the motor and the AC Motor Drive. C.3 How to Choose a Suitable Motor Standard motor When using the AC Motor Drive to operate a standard 3-phase induction motor, take the following precautions:...

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    Appendix C How to Select the Right AC Motor Drive| Motor torque characteristics vary when an AC Motor Drive instead of commercial power supply drives the motor. Check the load torque characteristics of the machine to be connected. Because of the high carrier frequency PWM control of the VFD series, pay attention to the following motor vibration problems: Resonant mechanical vibration: anti-vibration (damping) rubbers should be used to mount equipment that runs at varying speed.

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    motor drive operates more than one motor, please pay attention to starting and changing the motor. Power Transmission Mechanism Pay attention to reduced lubrication when operating gear reduction motors, gearboxes, belts and chains, etc. over longer periods at low speeds. At high speeds of 50/60Hz and above, lifetime reducing noises and vibrations may occur.

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  • Page 284: Appendix D How To Use Plc Function, D.1 Plc Overview, D.1.1 Introduction

    ※ This function is NOT for VFD*E*C models. D.1 PLC Overview D.1.1 Introduction The PLC function built in the VFD-E provides following commands: WPLSoft, basic commands and application commands. The operation methods are the same as Delta DVP- PLC series. D.1.2 Ladder Diagram Editor –...

  • Page 285: D.2 Start-up, D.2.1 The Steps For Plc Execution

    Appendix D How to Use PLC Function| D.2 Start-up D.2.1 The Steps for PLC Execution Please operate PLC function by the following five steps. Switch the mode to PLC2 for program download/upload: A. Go to “PLC0” page by pressing the MODE key B.

  • Page 286: D.2.2 Device Reference Table

    NOTE When power on after power off, the PLC status will be in “PLC1”. When you are in “PLC2”, please remember to change to “PLC1” when finished to prevent anyone modifying PLC program. NOTE When output/input terminals (MI1~MI9, Relay1~Relay 4, MO1~MO4) are used in PLC program, they cannot be used in other places.

  • Page 287: D.2.3 Wplsoft Installation

    Appendix D How to Use PLC Function| Device Terminals of AC Drives Relay Card-2C (EME-DR2CA) Relay Card-3A (EME-R3AA) 3IN/3OUT Card (EME-D33A) D.2.3 WPLSoft Installation Download PLC program to AC drive: Refer to D.3 to D.7 for writing program and download the editor (WPLSoft V2.09) at DELTA website http://www.delta.com.tw/product/em/plc/plc_software.asp.

  • Page 288: D.2.4 Program Input, D.2.5 Program Download

    D.2.4 Program Input D.2.5 Program Download Please do following steps for program download. Step 1. Press button Step 2. After finishing compiler, choose the item “Write to PLC” in the communication items. After finishing Step 2, the program will be downloaded from WPLSoft to the AC motor drive by the communication format.

  • Page 289: D.2.6 Program Monitor, D.2.7 The Limit Of Plc

    Appendix D How to Use PLC Function| D.2.6 Program Monitor If you execute “start monitor” in the communication item during executing PLC, the ladder diagram will be shown as follows. D.2.7 The Limit of PLC The protocol of PLC is 7,E,1 Make sure that the AC drive is stop and stop PLC before program upload/download.

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    When it is changed to “PLC2”, RS-485 will be used by PLC. When it is in PLC1 and PLC2 mode, the function to reset all parameters to factory setting is disabled (i.e. Pr.00.02 can’t be set to 9 or 10). Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 Appendix D How to Use PLC Function|...

  • Page 291: D.3 Ladder Diagram, D.3.1 Program Scan Chart Of The Plc Ladder Diagram, D.3.2 Introduction

    Appendix D How to Use PLC Function| D.3 Ladder Diagram D.3.1 Program Scan Chart of the PLC Ladder Diagram Calculate the result by ladder diagram algorithm (it doesn’t sent to the outer output point but the inner equipment will output immediately.) D.3.2 Introduction Ladder diagram is a diagram language that applied on the automatic control and it is also a diagram that made up of the symbols of electric control circuit.

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    use byte, word or double word. Furthermore, the two equipments, timer and counter, in PLC not only have coil but also value of counting time and times. In conclusion, each internal storage unit occupies fixed storage unit. When using these equipments, the corresponding content will be read by bit, byte or word.

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    Appendix D How to Use PLC Function| 16-bit binary number, i.e. a word, in each register. It uses two continuous number of data register to store double words. The structure and explanation of ladder diagram: Ladder Diagram Structure D-10 Equipment indication: D0, D1,…,D29. The symbol of equipment is D and the number uses decimal.

  • Page 294: D.3.3 The Edition Of Plc Ladder Diagram

    Ladder Diagram Structure D.3.3 The Edition of PLC Ladder Diagram The program edited method is from left power line to right power line. (the right power line will be omitted during the edited of WPLSoft.) After editing a row, go to editing the next row. The maximum contacts in a row are 11 contacts.

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    Appendix D How to Use PLC Function| The explanation of command order: The detail explanation of basic structure of ladder diagram LD (LDI) command: give the command LD or LDI in the start of a block. The structures of command LDP and LDF are similar to the command LD. The difference is that command LDP and LDF will act in the rising-edge or falling-edge when contact is ON as shown in the following.

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    The structures of ANDP and ANDF are the same but the action is in rising-edge or falling- edge. OR (ORI) command: single device connects to a device or a block. OR command The structures of ORP and ORF are the same but the action is in rising-edge or falling-edge. ANB command: a block connects to a device or a block in series.

  • Page 297: D.3.4 The Example For Designing Basic Program

    Appendix D How to Use PLC Function| on analyzing other ladder diagram. You can recognize the command MRD by the symbol “├”. MPP command is used to read the start status of the top level and pop it out from stack. Because it is the last item of the horizontal line, it means the status of this horizontal line is ending.

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    Example 3: the latching circuit of SET and RST commands The figure at the right side is latching circuit that made up of RST and SET command. It is top priority of stop when RST command is set behind SET command. When executing PLC from up to down, The coil Y1 is ON and coil Y1 will be OFF when X1 and X2 act at the same time, therefore it calls priority of stop.

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    Appendix D How to Use PLC Function| Example 5: Interlock control The figure above is the circuit of interlock control. Y1 and Y2 will act according to the start contact X1 and X2. Y1 and Y2 will act not at the same time, once one of them acts and the other won’t act.

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    The vibrating circuitry of cycle time ΔT(On)+ΔT(Off): The figure above uses timer T0 to control coil Y1 to be ON. After Y1 is ON, timer T0 will be closed at the next scan period and output Y1. The oscillating circuit will be shown as above. (n is the setting of timer and it is decimal number.

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    Appendix D How to Use PLC Function| Example 10: Delay Circuit TB = 0.1 sec When input X0 is ON, output coil Y1 will be ON at the same time due to the corresponding normally close contact OFF makes timer T10 to be OFF. Output coil Y1 will be OFF after delaying 100 seconds (K1000*0.1 seconds =100 seconds) once input X0 is OFF and T10 is ON.

  • Page 302: D.4 Plc Devices, D.4.1 Summary Of Dvp-plc Device Number

    D.4 PLC Devices D.4.1 Summary of DVP-PLC Device Number Items Control Method I/O Processing Method Execution Speed Program Language Program Capacity Commands Input/Output Contact X External Input Relay Y External Output Relay For general M Auxiliary For special Timer 100ms timer 16-bit count up for general 32-bit...

  • Page 303: D.4.2 Devices Functions

    Appendix D How to Use PLC Function| Items T Present value of timer C Present value of counter For latched Data For general register For special K Decimal H Hexadecimal Communication port (for read/write program) Analog input/output Function extension module (optional) D.4.2 Devices Functions The Function of Input/output Contacts The function of input contact X: input contact X reads input signal and enter PLC by...

  • Page 304: D.4.3 Value, Constant [k] / [h]

    D.4.3 Value, Constant [K] / [H] Decimal Constant Hexadecimal There are five value types for DVP-PLC to use by the different control destination. The following is the explanation of value types. Binary Number (BIN) It uses binary system for the PLC internal operation or storage. The relative information of binary system is in the following.

  • Page 305: D.4.4 The Function Of Auxiliary Relay, D.4.5 The Function Of Timer

    Appendix D How to Use PLC Function| External output: Y0~Y7, Y10~Y17…(device number) Decimal Number (DEC) The suitable time for decimal number to use in DVP-PLC system. To be the setting value of timer T or counter C, such as TMR C0 K50. (K constant) To be the device number of M, T, C and D.

  • Page 306: D.4.6 The Features And Functions Of Counter

    D.4.6 The Features and Functions of Counter Features: Item 16 bits counters Type General Count direction Count up Settings 0~32,767 Designate for Constant K or data register D Constant K or data register D (2 for designated) constant Present value Counter will stop when change attaining settings...

  • Page 307: D.4.7 Register Types

    Appendix D How to Use PLC Function| Example: C0 K5 1. When X0=On, RST command is executed, C0 reset to 0 and output contact reset to Off. 2. When X1 is from Off to On, counter will count up (add 1). 3.

  • Page 308: D.4.8 Special Auxiliary Relays

    D.4.8 Special Auxiliary Relays Special Normally open contact (a contact). This contact is On when running and it is M1000 On when the status is set to RUN. Normally closed contact (b contact). This contact is Off in running and it is Off M1001 when the status is set to RUN.

  • Page 309: D.4.9 Special Registers

    Appendix D How to Use PLC Function| Special M1026 The operation direction of the AC motor drive (FWD: OFF, REV: ON) M1027 Reserved M1028 Enable(ON)/disable(OFF) high-speed counter function M1029 Clear the value of high-speed counter M1030 Decide to count up(OFF)/count down(ON) M1031 Reserved D.4.9 Special Registers...

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    Special D D1025 The present value of the high-speed counter C235 (low byte) D1026 The present value of the high-speed counter C235 (high byte) D1027 Frequency command of the PID control The value of AVI (analog voltage input) 0-10V corresponds to 0- D1028 1023 The value of ACI (analog current input) 4-20mA corresponds to 0-...

  • Page 311: D.4.11 Function Code (only For Plc2 Mode), D.5 Commands, D.5.1 Basic Commands

    Appendix D How to Use PLC Function| NOTE: when it is in PLC1 mode, the communication address will correspond to the parameter NOT the device. For example, address 0400H will correspond to Pr.04.00 NOT X0. D.4.11 Function Code (only for PLC2 mode) Function Code Force changing multiple coil status D.5 Commands...

  • Page 312: D.5.2 Output Commands, D.5.3 Timer And Counters, D.5.4 Main Control Commands

    D.5.2 Output Commands Commands Drive coil Action latched (ON) Clear the contacts or the registers D.5.3 Timer and Counters Commands 16-bit timer 16-bit counter D.5.4 Main Control Commands Commands Connect the common series connection contacts Disconnect the common series connection contacts D.5.5 Rising-edge/falling-edge Detection Commands of Contact Commands...

  • Page 313: D.5.6 Rising-edge/falling-edge Output Commands, D.5.7 End Command, D.5.8 Explanation For The Commands

    Appendix D How to Use PLC Function| D.5.6 Rising-edge/falling-edge Output Commands Commands Rising-edge output Falling-edge output D.5.7 End Command Command D.5.8 Explanation for the Commands Mnemonic X0~X17 Operand Explanations: The LD command is used on the A contact that has its start from the left BUS or the A contact that is the start of a contact circuit.

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    Explanations: The LDI command is used on the B contact that has its start from the left BUS or the B contact that is the start of a contact circuit. Function of the command is to save present contents, and at the same time, save the acquired contact status into the accumulative register.

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    Appendix D How to Use PLC Function| Mnemonic X0~X17 Operand Explanations: The ANI command is used in the series connection of B contact. The function of the command is to readout the status of present specific series connection contacts first, and then to perform the “AND” calculation with the logic calculation result before the contacts, thereafter, saving the result into the accumulative register.

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    Program Example: Ladder diagram: Mnemonic X0~X17 Operand Explanations: The ORI command is used in the parallel connection of B contact. The function of the command is to readout the status of present specific series connection contacts, and then to perform the “OR” calculation with the logic calculation result before the contacts, thereafter, saving the result into the accumulative register.

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    Appendix D How to Use PLC Function| Program Example: Ladder diagram: Block A Block B Mnemonic Operand Explanations: To perform the “OR” calculation between the previous reserved logic results and contents of the accumulative register. Program Example: Ladder diagram: Block A Block B Mnemonic Operand...

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    Explanations: To save contents of the accumulative register into the operation result. (the result operation pointer pluses 1) Mnemonic Operand Explanations: Reading content of the operation result to the accumulative register. (the pointer of operation result doesn’t move) Mnemonic Operand Explanations: Reading content of the operation result to the accumulative register.

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    Appendix D How to Use PLC Function| Mnemonic Operand Explanations: Inverting the operation result and use the new data as an operation result. Program Example: Ladder diagram: Mnemonic X0~X17 Operand Explanations: Output the logic calculation result before the OUT command to specific device. Motion of coil contact Operation result...

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    Program Example: Ladder diagram: Mnemonic X0~X17 Operand Explanations: When the SET command is driven, its specific device is set to be “ON,” which will keep “ON” whether the SET command is still driven. You can use the RST command to set the device to “OFF”. Program Example: Ladder diagram: Mnemonic...

  • Page 321

    Appendix D How to Use PLC Function| Explanations: When the RST command is driven, motion of its specific device is as follows: Device Y, M T, C Program Example: Ladder diagram: Mnemonic Operand Explanations: When TMR command is executed, the specific coil of timer is ON and timer will start to count. When the setting value of timer is attained (counting value >= setting value), the contact will be as following: NO(Normally Open) contact NC(Normally Closed) contact...

  • Page 322

    Mnemonic Operand Explanations: When the CNT command is executed from OFF ON, which means that the counter coil is driven, and 1 should thus be added to the counter’s value; when the counter achieved specific set value (value of counter = the setting value), motion of the contact is as follows: NO(Normally Open) contact NC(Normally Closed) contact If there is counting pulse input after counting is attained, the contacts and the counting...

  • Page 323

    Appendix D How to Use PLC Function| Counter Coils driven up by the OUT command Devices driven up by the SET and RST commands Application commands MCR is the main-control ending command that is placed at the end of the main-control program and there should not be any contact commands prior to the MCR command.

  • Page 324

    Mnemonic X0~X17 Operand Explanations: Usage of the LDP command is the same as the LD command, but the motion is different. It is used to reserve present contents and at the same time, saving the detection status of the acquired contact rising-edge into the accumulative register.

  • Page 325

    Appendix D How to Use PLC Function| Ladder diagram: Mnemonic ANDP X0~X17 Operand Explanations: ANDP command is used in the series connection of the contacts’ rising-edge detection. Program Example: Ladder diagram: Mnemonic ANDF X0~X17 Operand Explanations: ANDF command is used in the series connection of the contacts’ falling-edge detection. Program Example: Ladder diagram: D-42...

  • Page 326

    Mnemonic X0~X17 Operand Explanations: The ORP commands are used in the parallel connection of the contact’s rising-edge detection. Program Example: Ladder diagram: Mnemonic X0~X17 Operand Explanations: The ORP commands are used in the parallel connection of the contact’s falling-edge detection. Program Example: Ladder diagram: Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11...

  • Page 327

    Appendix D How to Use PLC Function| Mnemonic X0~X17 Operand Explanations: When X0=OFF→ON (rising-edge trigger), PLS command will be executed and M0 will send the pulse of one time which the length is a scan time. Program Example: Ladder diagram: Timing Diagram: a scan time Mnemonic...

  • Page 328: D.5.9 Description Of The Application Commands

    Program Example: Ladder diagram: Timing Diagram: a scan time Mnemonic Operand Explanations: It needs to add the END command at the end of ladder diagram program or command program. PLC will scan from address o to END command, after executing it will return to address 0 to scan again. D.5.9 Description of the Application Commands Transmission Comparison...

  • Page 329: D.5.10 Explanation For The Application Commands

    Appendix D How to Use PLC Function| Rotation and Displacement Special command for AC motor drive D.5.10 Explanation for the Application Commands Mnemonic Type Bit Devices Operands: S1: Comparison Value 1 S2: Comparison Value 2 D: Comparison result D-46 Mnemonic Codes Command 16 bits...

  • Page 330

    Explanations: Operand D occupies 3 consecutive devices. See the specifications of each model for their range of use. The contents in S1 and S2 are compared and the result will be stored in D. The two comparison values are compared algebraically and the two values are signed binary values.

  • Page 331

    Appendix D How to Use PLC Function| Mnemonic Type Bit Devices Operands: S1: Lower bound of zone comparison S2: Upper bound of zone comparison S: Comparison value D: Comparison result Explanations: The content in S1 should be smaller than the content in S2. Operand D occupies 3 consecutive devices.

  • Page 332

    To clear the comparison result, use RST or ZRST instruction. Mnemonic Type Bit Devices Operands: S: Source of data D: Destination of data Explanations: See the specifications of each model for their range of use. When this instruction is executed, the content of S will be moved directly to D. When this instruction is not executed, the content of D remains unchanged.

  • Page 333

    Appendix D How to Use PLC Function| Mnemonic BMOV Type Bit Devices Operands: S: Start of source devices D: Start of destination devices n: Number of data to be moved Explanations: Range of n: 1 ~ 512 See the specifications of each model for their range of use. The contents in n registers starting from the device designated by S will be moved to n registers starting from the device designated by D.

  • Page 334

    M1000 Program Example 3: To avoid coincidence of the device numbers to be moved designated by the two operands and cause confusion, please be aware of the arrangement on the designated device numbers. When S > D, the BMOV command is processed in the order as 1→2→3 When S <...

  • Page 335

    Appendix D How to Use PLC Function| Explanations: See the specifications of each model for their range of use. This instruction adds S1 and S2 in BIN format and store the result in D. The highest bit is symbolic bit 0 (+) and 1 (-), which is suitable for algebraic addition, e.g. 3 + (-9) = -6.

  • Page 336

    Mnemonic Type Bit Devices Operands: S1: Minuend S2: Subtrahend Explanations: This instruction subtracts S1 and S2 in BIN format and stores the result in D. The highest bit is symbolic bit 0 (+) and 1 (-), which is suitable for algebraic subtraction. Flag changes in binary subtraction In 16-bit instruction: If the operation result =...

  • Page 337

    Appendix D How to Use PLC Function| Mnemonic Type Bit Devices Operands: S1: Multiplicand S2: Multiplicator D: Product Explanations: In 16-bit instruction, D occupies 2 consecutive devices. This instruction multiplies S1 by S2 in BIN format and stores the result in D. Be careful with the positive/negative signs of S1, S2 and D when doing 16-bit and 32-bit operations.

  • Page 338

    Mnemonic Type Bit Devices Operands: : Dividend S : Divisor D: Quotient and remainder Explanations: In 16-bit instruction, D occupies 2 consecutive devices. This instruction divides S the positive/negative signs of S 16-bit instruction: Program Example: When X0 = On, D0 will be divided by D10 and the quotient will be stored in D20 and remainder in D21.

  • Page 339

    Appendix D How to Use PLC Function| Operands: D: Destination device Explanations: If the instruction is not a pulse execution one, the content in the designated device D will plus “1” in every scan period whenever the instruction is executed. This instruction adopts pulse execution instructions (INCP).

  • Page 340

    Mnemonic Type Bit Devices Operands: D: Device to be rotated n: Number of bits to be rotated in 1 rotation Explanations: This instruction rotates the device content designated by D to the right for n bits. This instruction adopts pulse execution instructions (RORP). Program Example: When X0 goes from Off to On, the 16 bits (4 bits as a group) in D10 will rotate to the right, as shown in the figure below.

  • Page 341: D.5.11 Special Application Commands For The Ac Motor Drive

    Appendix D How to Use PLC Function| Operands: D: Device to be rotated n: Number of bits to be rotated in 1 rotation Explanations: This instruction rotates the device content designated by D to the left for n bits. This instruction adopts pulse execution instructions (ROLP). Program Example: When X0 goes from Off to On, the 16 bits (4 bits as a group) in D10 will rotate to the left, as shown in the figure below.

  • Page 342

    Please use rising-edge/falling-edge command, such as LDP/LDF, for the contact condition. Please notice that error may occur when using contact A/B for the contact condition. There are three input modes for high-speed counter in the following can be set by D1044. A-B phase mode(4 times frequency )(D1044=0): user can input the A and B pulse for counting.

  • Page 343

    Appendix D How to Use PLC Function| M100 M101 M102 M102 M1018 M1018 M1000 Mnemonic Type Bit Devices D-60 M1030 DHSCS H10050 DHSCS M1028 M1029 D1025 D1026 Operands S1, S2 Read the AC motor drive’s parameters Word devices KnX KnY KnM T Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11 D1044 D1044...

  • Page 344

    Operands: S1: Data address for reading S2: Register that saves the read data Mnemonic Type Bit Devices Operands: S1: Data address for writing S2: Register that saves the written data Program Example: Assume that it will write the data in address H2100 of the VFD-E into D0 and H2101 into When M0=ON, it will write the data in D10 to the address H2001 of the VFD-E.

  • Page 345

    Appendix D How to Use PLC Function| Mnemonic FPID Type Bit Devices Operands: S1: PID Set Point Selection(0-4), S2: Proportional gain P (0-100), S3: Integral Time I (0-10000), S4: Derivative control D (0-100) Explanation: This command FPID can control the PID parameters of the AC motor drive directly, including Pr.10.00 PID set point selection, Pr.10.02 Proportional gain (P), Pr.10.03 Integral time (I) and Pr.10.04 Derivative control (D) Program Example:...

  • Page 346

    M1000 Mnemonic FREQ Type Bit Devices Operands: S1: frequency command, S2: acceleration time, S3: deceleration time Explanation: This command can control frequency command, acceleration time and deceleration time of the AC motor drive. Please use M1025 to RUN(ON)/STOP(OFF) the AC motor drive and use M1025 to control the operation direction: FWD(ON)/REV(OFF).

  • Page 347

    Appendix D How to Use PLC Function| M1000 D-64 M1025 M1026 FREQP K300 K3000 FREQ Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11...

  • Page 348: D.6 Error Code

    D.6 Error Code Code PLod Data write error PLSv Data write error when executing PLdA Program upload error Command error when download PLFn program Program capacity exceeds PLor memory capacity PLFF Command error when executing PLSn Check sum error There is no “END” command in PLEd the program The command MC is continuous...

  • Page 349

    Appendix D How to Use PLC Function| This page intentionally left blank D-66 Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11...

  • Page 350: Appendix E Canopen Function

    The built-in CANopen function is a kind of remote control. Master can control the AC motor drive by using CANopen protocol. CANopen is a CAN-based higher layer protocol. It provides standardized communication objects, including real-time data (Process Data Objects, PDO), configuration data (Service Data Objects, SDO), and special functions (Time Stamp, Sync message, and Emergency message).

  • Page 351: E.1 Overview, E.1.1 Canopen Protocol

    Appendix E CANopen Function | E.1 Overview E.1.1 CANopen Protocol CANopen is a CAN-based higher layer protocol, and was designed for motion-oriented machine control networks, such as handling systems. Version 4 of CANopen (CiA DS301) is standardized as EN50325-4. The CANopen specifications cover application layer and communication profile (CiA DS301), as well as a framework for programmable devices (CiA 302), recommendations for cables and connectors (CiA 303-1) and SI units and prefix representations (CiA 303-2).

  • Page 352: E.1.2 Rj-45 Pin Definition, E.1.3 Pre-defined Connection Set

    E.1.2 RJ-45 Pin Definition socket Signal CAN_H CAN_L CAN_GND CAN_GND E.1.3 Pre-Defined Connection Set To reduce configuration effort for simple networks, CANopen define a mandatory default identifier allocation scheme. The 11-bit identifier structure in predefined connection is set as follows: Function Code Object Function Code...

  • Page 353: E.1.4 Canopen Communication Protocol, E.1.4.1 Nmt (network Management Object)

    Appendix E CANopen Function | Object Function Code TPDO1 RPDO1 TPDO2 RPDO2 TPDO3 RPDO3 TPDO4 RPDO4 Default SDO (tx) Default SDO (rx) NMT Error Control E.1.4 CANopen Communication Protocol It has services as follows: NMT (Network Management Object) SDO (Service Data Object) PDO (Process Data Object) EMCY (Emergency Object) E.1.4.1 NMT (Network Management Object)

  • Page 354

    (14) (13) (12) (1) After power is applied, it is auto in initialization state (2) Enter pre-operational state automatically (3) (6) Start remote node (4) (7) Enter pre-operational state (5) (8) Stop remote node (9) (10) (11) Reset node (12) (13) (14) Reset communication (15) Enter reset application state automatically (16) Enter reset communication state automatically Revision June 2008, 04EE, SW--PW V1.11/CTL V2.11...

  • Page 355: E.1.4.2 Sdo (service Data Object)

    Appendix E CANopen Function | SYNC Time Stamp EMERG Boot-up NMT Protocol is shown as follows: NMT Master Request request Value Enter Pre-Operational Reset Communication E.1.4.2 SDO (Service Data Object) SDO is used to access the Object Dictionary in every CANopen node by Client/Server model. One SDO has two COB-ID (request SDO and response SDO) to upload or download data between two nodes.

  • Page 356: E.1.4.3 Pdo (process Data Object)

    Type command Initiate Domain Client Download Server 0 Initiate Domain Client Upload Server 0 Abort Domain Client Transfer Server 1 N: Bytes not use E: normal(0)/expedited(1) S: size indicated E.1.4.3 PDO (Process Data Object) PDO communication can be described by the producer/consumer model. Each node of the network will listen to the messages of the transmission node and distinguish if the message has to be processed or not after receiving the message.

  • Page 357

    Appendix E CANopen Function | Type number 255 indicates the data is asynchronous transmission. All PDO transmission data must be mapped to index via Object Dictionary. Example: Master transmits CAN(H) CAN(L) Master PDO1 data value Data 0, Data 1, Data 2, Data 3, Data 4, Data 5, Data 6, Data 7, 0x11, Index 0x1600...

  • Page 358: E.1.4.4 Emcy (emergency Object)

    E.1.4.4 EMCY (Emergency Object) Emergency objects are triggered when hardware failure occurs for a warning interrupt. The data format of a emergency object is a 8 bytes data as shown in the following: Byte Content Emergency Error Code Definition of Emergency Object Controller Display Error...

  • Page 359

    Appendix E CANopen Function | Controller Display Error Code 0020H 0021H 0023H 0024H 0029H Definition of Index Index 0x1000 Abort connection option code 0x1001 Error register COB-ID SYNC 0x1005 message Communication cycle 0x1006 period Manufacturer device 0x1008 name Manufacturer 0x1009 hardware version Manufacturer software 0x100A...

  • Page 360

    Index COB-ID Client <- Server Number COB-ID used by PDO 0x1400 Transmission Type Number COB-ID used by PDO 0x1401 Transmission Type Number 1.Mapped Object 0x1600 2.Mapped Object 3.Mapped Object 4.Mapped Object Number 1.Mapped Object 0x1601 2.Mapped Object 3.Mapped Object 4.Mapped Object Number COB-ID used by PDO Transmission Type...

  • Page 361

    Appendix E CANopen Function | Index Inhibit time Reserved Event timer Number 1.Mapped Object 0x1A00 2.Mapped Object 3.Mapped Object 4.Mapped Object Number 1.Mapped Object 0x1A01 2.Mapped Object 3.Mapped Object 4.Mapped Object Index Definition Abort connection 0x6007 option code 0x603F Error code 0x6040 Control word 0x6041...

  • Page 362: E.2 How To Control By Canopen

    Index Definition Quick stop option 0x605A code Mode of 0x6060 operation Mode of 0x6061 operation display E.2 How to Control by CANopen To control the AC motor drive by CANopen, please set parameters by the following steps: Step 1. Operation source setting: set Pr.02.01 to 5 (CANopen communication. Keypad STOP/RESET disabled.) Step 2.

  • Page 363

    Appendix E CANopen Function | Following is the flow chart for status switch: Power Disable Not Ready to Switch On Switch On Disable 0XXXXX0X 0XXXX110 QStop=1 Ready to Switch On 0XXXX111 0XXX1111 0XXX1111 Operation Enable E-14 Start X0XX0000 X1XX0000 0XXXXX0X 0XXXX01X QStop=0 X01X0001...

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