# Hitachi WJ200-001S Quick Reference Manual page 43

Wj200 series
Also See for WJ200-001S:

Frequency arrival output [FA1] uses the
standard output frequency (parameter
F001) as the threshold for switching. In
the figure to the right, Frequency Arrival
[FA1]
turns
ON
frequency gets within Fon Hz below or
Fon Hz above the target constant
frequency, where Fon is 1% of the set
maximum frequency and Foff is 2% of
the
set
maximum
provides hysteresis that prevents output
chatter near the threshold value. The
hysteresis effect causes the output to
turn ON slightly early as the speed
approaches the threshold. Then the
turn-OFF point is slightly delayed. Note
the active low nature of the signal, due to
the open collector output.
Frequency
arrival
works the same way; it just uses two
separate thresholds as shown in the
figure to the right. These provide for
separate acceleration and deceleration
thresholds to provide more flexibility than
for [FA1]. [FA2/FA4] uses
during acceleration for the ON threshold,
/
and
during deceleration for the
OFF threshold. This signal also is active
low. Having different accel and decel
thresholds provides an asymmetrical
output function. However, you can use
equal ON and OFF thresholds, if desired.
Frequency arrival output [FA3/FA5] works
also the same way, only difference is
arriving at set frequency.
when
the
output
frequency.
This
output
[FA2/FA4]
/
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Output
Fon
freq.
Fon
0
FA1
ON
signal
Fon=1% of max. frequency
Foff=2% of max. frequency
Output
freq.
thresholds
/
/
0
FA2/FA4
signal
Fon=1% of max. frequency
Foff=2% of max. frequency
Output
freq.
Foff
thresholds
Fon
/
/
0
FA3/FA5
ON
signal
Fon=1% of max. frequency
Foff=2% of max. frequency
Foff


Foff
ON
Fon
Foff
ON
Fon
Foff
ON