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Hitachi WJ200-001S Instruction Manual

Wj200 series single/three-phase inputs 200v/400v class.
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WJ200 Series Inverter
Instruction Manual
Manual Number: NT338AX
 Single-phase Input 200V class
 Three-phase Input
 Three-phase Input
March 2016
Hitachi Industrial Equipment Systems Co., Ltd.
200V class
400V class
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  • Page 1

    WJ200 Series Inverter Instruction Manual  Single-phase Input 200V class  Three-phase Input 200V class  Three-phase Input 400V class Manual Number: NT338AX After read this manual, Keep it handy for future reference. March 2016 Hitachi Industrial Equipment Systems Co., Ltd.

  • Page 4

    Safety Messages For the best results with the WJ200 Series inverter, carefully read this manual and all of the warning labels attached to the inverter before installing and operating it, and follow the instructions exactly. Keep this manual handy for quick reference. Definitions and Symbols A safety instruction (message) includes a “Safety Alert Symbol”...

  • Page 5

    CAUTION: Proper grounds, disconnecting devices and other safety devices and their CAUTION: CAUTION: location are the responsibility of the user and are not provided by Hitachi Industrial Equipment Systems Co., Ltd. CAUTION: CAUTION: Be sure to connect a motor thermal disconnect switch or overload device to...

  • Page 6

    WARNING: WARNING: Rotating shafts and above-ground electrical potentials can be hazardous. WARNING: WARNING: Therefore, it is strongly recommended that all electrical work conform to the National Electrical Codes and local regulations. Installation, alignment and maintenance should be performed only by qualified personnel. CAUTION: CAUTION: CAUTION:...

  • Page 7

    Index to Warnings and Cautions in This Manual Cautions and Warnings for Orientation and Mounting Procedures HIGH VOLTAGE HIGH VOLTAGE HIGH VOLTAGE HIGH VOLTAGE: Hazard of electrical shock. Disconnect incoming power before …2-3 working on this control. Wait five (5) minutes before removing the front cover. Hazard of electrical shock.

  • Page 8

    WARNING …2-18 -004L, -007L, -015S, -022S, -004H, -007H, -015H, -022H and -030H. WARNING: WARNING: “USE 75°C Cu wire only” or equivalent. For models WJ200-001S, -002S, WARNING: WARNING: …2-18 -004S, -007S, -015L, -022L, -037L, -055L, -075L, -110L, -150L, -037H, -040H, -055H, -075H, -110H and -150H.

  • Page 9

    Wiring – Cautions for Electrical Practice CAUTION: Fasten the screws with the specified fastening torque in the table CAUTION … 2-18 CAUTION CAUTION below. Check for any loosening of screws. Otherwise, there is the danger of fire. CAUTION: Be sure that the input voltage matches the inverter specifications; CAUTION …...

  • Page 10

    CAUTION: Remarks for using ground fault interrupter breakers in the main CAUTION … 2-20 CAUTION CAUTION power supply: Adjustable frequency inverter with integrated CE-filters and shielded (screened) motor cables have a higher leakage current toward earth GND. Especially at the moment of switching ON this can cause an inadvertent trip of ground fault interrupters.

  • Page 11

    viii Warnings for Configuring Drive Parameters WARNING: When parameter b012, level of electronic thermal setting, is set to WARNING … 3-34 WARNING WARNING motor FLA rating (Full Load Ampere nameplate rating), the inverter provides solid state motor overload protection at 115% of motor FLA or equivalent. If parameter B012 exceeds the motor FLA rating, the motor may overheat and damaged.

  • Page 12

    WARNING WARNING: Be sure not to touch the inside of the energized inverter or to put any WARNING WARNING … conductive object into it. Otherwise, there is a danger of electric shock and/or fire. WARNING WARNING: If power is turned ON when the Run command is already active, the WARNING WARNING …...

  • Page 13

    Warnings and Cautions for Troubleshooting and Maintenance WARNING: Wait at least five (5) minutes after turning OFF the input power WARNING … WARNING WARNING supply before performing maintenance or an inspection. Otherwise, there is the danger of electric shock. WARNING: Make sure that only qualified personnel will perform maintenance, WARNING …...

  • Page 14

    CAUTION: CAUTION: CAUTION: CAUTION: Do not stop operation by switching OFF electromagnetic contactors on the primary or secondary side of the inverter. Ground fault interrupter Power Inverter Input L1, L2, L3 U, V, W Motor When there has been a sudden power failure while an operation instruction is active, then the unit may restart operation automatically after the power failure has ended.

  • Page 15

    CAUTION: EFFECTS OF POWER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM ON INVERTER CAUTION: EFFECTS OF POWER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM ON INVERTER CAUTION: EFFECTS OF POWER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM ON INVERTER CAUTION: EFFECTS OF POWER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM ON INVERTER In the case below involving a general-purpose inverter, a large peak current can flow on the power supply side, sometimes destroying the converter module: The unbalance factor of the power supply is 3% or higher.

  • Page 16

    WARNING: Use 60/75°C Cu wire only. (for models: WJ200-001L, -002L, -004L, -007L, -015S, WARNING: WARNING: -022S, -004H, -007H, -015H, -022H and -030H) WARNING: WARNING: Use 75°C Cu wire only. (for models: WJ200-001S, -002S, -004S, -007S, -015L, -022L, WARNING: WARNING: -037L, -055L, -075L, -110L, -150L, -040H, -055H, -075H, -110H and -150H) WARNING:...

  • Page 17

    Terminal symbols and Screw size Required Inverter Model Screw Size Wire range Torque (N-m) WJ200-001S WJ200-002S M3.5 AWG16 (1.3mm WJ200-004S WJ200-007S AWG12 (3.3mm WJ200-015S AWG10 (5.3mm WJ200-022S WJ200-001L WJ200-002L M3.5 AWG16 (1.3mm WJ200-004L WJ200-007L WJ200-015L AWG14 (2.1mm WJ200-022L AWG12 (3.3mm WJ200-037L AWG10 (5.3mm...

  • Page 18

    Inverse Time Model No. Fuse Circuit Breaker Type E CMC Rating Type Rating(Maximum A) (Maximum A) WJ200-001S Class J 10 A, AIC 200 kA WJ200-002S Class J 10 A, AIC 200 kA WJ200-004S Class J 10 A, AIC 200 kA...

  • Page 19: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Safety Messages Hazardous High Voltage .......................i General Precautions – Read These First! ................. ii Index to Warnings and Cautions in This Manual ..............iv General Warnings and Cautions....................x UL Cautions, Warnings and Instructions ................xiii Circuit Breaker and Fuse Sizes ....................xv Table of Contents Revisions ..........................

  • Page 20: Table Of Contents

    Introduction ..........................C-2 Parameter Settings for Keypad Entry .................. C-2 Appendix D: EMC installation guidance CE-EMC Installation Guidelines ..................D-2 Hitachi EMC Recommendations ................... D-6 Appendix E: Safety (ISO13849-1) Introduction ..........................E-2 How it works .......................... E-2 installation ..........................E-2 Components to be combined ....................

  • Page 21

    xviii LAD cancel by setting ACC/DEC ..................Ver.3-4 Analog input O/OI monitor(always enable) ..............Ver.3-4 Pulse train input monitor (always enable) ..............Ver.3-4 PID deviation monitor ....................... Ver.3-5 PID output monitor ......................Ver.3-5 Over-current Trip Suppression: b027– ................Ver.3-6 Output frequency range from 0.01Hz to 400Hz ............... Ver.3-7 Support of multiple pole 3 Phase Induction motors(Up to 48 pole motor) .....

  • Page 22

    Revisions Revision History Tab Revision History Table le le le Revision History Tab Revision History Tab Date of Operation Revision Comments Issue Manual No. Description was reviewed. 2014/07 NT338X Section Ver.3.1 was added. 2016/03 NT338AX...

  • Page 23

    OTE: To receive technical support for the Hitachi inverter you purchased, contact the OTE: OTE: Hitachi inverter dealer from whom you purchased the unit, or the sales office or factory contact listed above. Please be prepared to provide the following inverter nameplate information:...

  • Page 24: Introduction

    1− − − − 1 Getting Started In This Chapter… page - Introduction ..................2 - WJ200 Inverter Specifications ............4 - Introduction to Variable-Frequency Drives ........18 - Frequently Asked Questions ............23...

  • Page 25

    The housing footprint is exceptionally small, given the size of the corresponding motor. The Hitachi WJ200 product line includes more than a dozen inverter models to cover motor sizes from 1/8 horsepower to 20 horsepower, in either 240VAC or 480VAC power input versions.

  • Page 26

    1− − − − 3 Inverter Specification Label The Hitachi WJ200 inverters have product labels located on the right side of the housing, as pictured below. Be sure to verify that the specifications on the labels match your power source, and application safety requirements.

  • Page 27: Wj200 Inverter Specifications

    1− − − − 4 WJ200 Inverter Specifications Model-specific tables for 200V and 400V class inverters The following tables are specific to WJ200 inverters for the 200V and 400V class model groups. Note that “General Specifications” on page in this chapter apply to both voltage class groups.

  • Page 28

    To meet the Over-voltage category 3, insert an EN or IEC standard compliant isolation transformer that is earth grounded and star connected (for Low Voltage Directive). Note6: Note6: At the rated voltage when using a Hitachi standard 3-phase, 4-pole motor. Note6: Note6: Note7: Note7:...

  • Page 29

    1− − − − 6 WJ200 Inverter Specifications, continued… Item Three-phase 200V class Specifications WJ200 inverters, 200V models 001LF 002LF 004LF 007LF 015LF 022LF Applicable motor size 0.75 0.75 1 1 1 1 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3...

  • Page 30

    1− − − − 7 WJ200 Inverter Specifications, continued… Item Three-phase 400V class Specifications WJ200 inverters, 400V models 004HF 007HF 015HF 022HF 030HF 040HF Applicable motor size 0.75 0.75 Rated capacity (kVA) 380V 480V Rated input voltage Three-phase: 400V-15% to 480V +10%, 50/60Hz ±5% Rated output voltage *3 Three-phase: 400 to 480V (proportional to input voltage) Rated output current (A)

  • Page 31

    1− − − − 8 General Specifications The following table applies to all WJ200 inverters. Item General Specifications Protective housing *1 IP20 Control method Sinusoidal Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) control Carrier frequency 2kHz to 15kHz (derating required depending on the model) Output frequency range *4 0.1 to 400Hz Frequency accuracy...

  • Page 32

    1− − − − 9 Item General Specifications Output Intelligent output RUN (run signal), FA1~FA5 FA1~FA5 FA1~FA5 FA1~FA5 (frequency arrival signal), OL,OL2 OL,OL2 OL,OL2 OL,OL2 (overload advance notice signal), OD OD (PID deviation error signal), AL AL (alarm signal), signal terminal OTQ (over/under torque threshold), UV UV (under-voltage), TRQ...

  • Page 33

    1− − − − 10 Signal Ratings Detailed ratings are in “Control Logic Signal Specifications” in chapter 4. Signal / Contact Ratings Built-in power for inputs 24VDC, 100mA maximum Discrete logic inputs 27VDC maximum Discrete logic outputs 50mA maximum ON state current, 27 VDC maximum OFF state voltage Analog output 10bit / 0 to 10VDC, 2mA Analog input, current...

  • Page 34

    1− − − − 11 Derating Curves The maximum available inverter current output is limited by the carrier frequency and ambient temperature.. Choosing a higher carrier frequency tends to decrease audible noise, but it also increases the internal heating of the inverter, thus decreasing (derating) the maximum current output capability.

  • Page 35

    1− − − − 12 The following table shows which models need derating. 1-ph 200V class Need 3-ph 200V class Need 3-ph 400V class Need derating derating derating WJ200-001S WJ200-001L WJ200-004H - - WJ200-002S WJ200-002L WJ200-007H - WJ200-004S WJ200-004L WJ200-015H -...

  • Page 36

    1− − − − 13 Derating curves, continued... Models need derating WJ200-002L ( 1 .6A ) ( 1 .9A ) individual ℃ individual ℃ side-by-side ℃ side-by-side ℃ Output current (A) 8 10 12 8 10 12 14 Carrier frequency (kHz) Carrier frequency (kHz) WJ200-004S 3 .0A...

  • Page 37

    1− − − − 14 Derating curves, continued... WJ200-004H 1 .8A 2 .1A ( ) ( ) individual ℃ side-by-side ℃ individual ℃ side-by-side ℃ Output individual ℃ current (A) 8 10 12 8 10 12 14 Carrier frequency (kHz) Carrier frequency (kHz) 5 .0A 6 .0A...

  • Page 38

    1− − − − 15 Derating curves, continued... WJ200-037L 1 7.5A 1 9.6A ( ) ( ) Output current (A) 8 10 12 8 10 12 14 Carrier frequency (kHz) Carrier frequency (kHz) WJ200-040H 9 .2A 1 1.1A ( ) (...

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    1− − − − 16 Derating curves, continued... WJ200-075H 4 7.0A 5 6.0A ( ) ( ) individual ℃ side-by-side ℃ Output current (A) 8 10 12 14 8 10 12 Carrier frequency (kHz) Carrier frequency (kHz) WJ200-110L 1 8.0A 2 3.0A (...

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    1− − − − 17 Derating curves, continued... WJ200-150L 6 0.0A 6 9.0A ( ) ( ) Output individual current (A) ℃ side-by-side ℃ individual ℃ side-by-side ℃ 8 10 12 16kH 8 10 12 14 Carrier frequency (kHz) Carrier frequency (kHz) WJ200-150H 3 1.0A 3 8.0A...

  • Page 41: Introduction To Variable-frequency Drives

    Introduction to Variable-Frequency Drives The Purpose of Motor Speed Control for Industry Hitachi inverters provide speed control for 3-phase AC induction motors. You connect AC power to the inverter, and connect the inverter to the motor. Many applications benefit from a motor with variable speed, in several ways: •...

  • Page 42

    Inverter Input and Three-phase Power The Hitachi WJ200 Series of inverters includes two sub-groups: the 200V class and the 400V class inverters. The drive described in this manual may be used in either the United States or Europe, although the exact voltage level for commercial power may be slightly different from country to country.

  • Page 43

    The Hitachi inverter is a rugged and reliable device. The intention is for the inverter to assume the role of controlling power to the motor during all normal operations.

  • Page 44

    “Introduction” on page 5-2 and “Dynamic Braking” on page 5-5 for more information). For loads that continuously overhaul the motor for extended periods of time, the WJ200 may not be suitable (contact your Hitachi distributor). The inverter parameters include acceleration and deceleration, which you can set to match the needs of the application.

  • Page 45

    1− − − − 22 Velocity Profiles The WJ200 inverter is capable of sophisticated Speed Set speed speed control. A graphical representation of that capability will help understand Accel Decel configure associated parameters. This manual makes use of the velocity profile graph used in industry (shown at right).

  • Page 46: Frequently Asked Questions

    1− − − − 23 Frequently Asked Questions Q. Q. Q. What is the main advantage in using an inverter to drive a motor, compared to alternative solutions? A. A. A. A. An inverter can vary the motor speed with very little loss of efficiency, unlike mechanical or hydraulic speed control solutions.

  • Page 47

    Q. How many poles should the motor have? A. A. A. A. Hitachi inverters can be configured to operate motors with 2, 4, 6, or 8 poles. The greater the number of the poles, the slower the top motor speed will be, but it will have higher torque at the base speed.

  • Page 48

    Q. Q. Q. Several options related to electrical noise suppression are available for the Hitachi inverters. How can I know if my application requires any of these options? A. A. A. A. The purpose of these noise filters is to reduce the inverter electrical noise so the operation of nearby electrical devices is not affected.

  • Page 50: Orientation To Inverter Features

    21 Inverter Mounting and Installation In This Chapter… page - Orientation to Inverter Features ............. 2 - Basic System Description ............... 4 - Step-by-Step Basic Installation ............6 - Powerup Test.................. 23 - Using the Front Panel Keypad ............25...

  • Page 51

    22 Orientation to Inverter Features Unpacking and Inspection Please take a few moments to unpack your new WJ200 inverter and perform these steps: Look for any damage that may have occurred during transportation. Verify the contents of the box include: a.

  • Page 52

    23 Power Wiring Access – First, ensure no power source is connected to the inverter. If power has been connected, verify that the Power LED is OFF and then wait five minutes after power down to proceed. After removing the terminal cover and front housing cover, the housing partitions that cover the power and motor wiring exits will be able to slide upward as shown below.

  • Page 53: Basic System Description

    24 Basic System Description A motor control system will obviously include a motor and inverter, as well as a circuit breaker or fuses for safety. If you are connecting a motor to the inverter on a test bench just to get started, that’s all you may need for now. But a system can also have a variety of additional components.

  • Page 54

    25 WARNING: In the cases below involving a general-purpose inverter, a large peak current can flow on the power supply side, sometimes destroying the converter module: 1. The unbalance factor of the power supply is 3% or higher. 2. The power supply capacity is at least 10 times greater than the inverter capacity (or the power supply capacity is 500kVA or more).

  • Page 55: Step-by-step Basic Installation

    26 Step-by-Step Basic Installation This section will guide you through the following basic steps of installation: Step Activity Page Choose a mounting location in compliance with the Warnings and Cautions. See NOTE below. Check the mounting location for adequate ventilation Cover the inverter’s ventilation openings to prevent debris from entering.

  • Page 56

    27 Choosing a Mounting Location Step 1: Study the following caution messages associated with mounting the inverter. This is the time when mistakes are most likely to occur that will result in expensive rework, equipment damage, or personal injury. CAUTION: Be sure to install the unit on flame-resistant material such as steel plate. Otherwise, there is the danger of fire.

  • Page 57

    28 Ensure Adequate Ventilation Step 2: To summarize the caution messages – you will need to find a solid, non-flammable, vertical surface that is in a relatively clean and dry environment. In order to ensure enough room for air circulation around the inverter to aid in cooling, it is recommended to maintain the specified clearance and the inverter specified in the below diagram.

  • Page 58

    29 Check Inverter Dimensions Step 4: Locate the applicable drawing on the following pages for your inverter. Dimensions are given in millimeters (inches) format. Power Type W (mm) H (mm) D (mm) D1 (mm) Single-phase 200V WJ200-001SF 13.5 WJ200-002SF WJ200-004SF 122.5 3-phase 200V WJ200-001LF...

  • Page 59

    210 Dimensional drawings, continued… Power Type W (mm) H (mm) D (mm) D1 (mm) Single-phase 200V WJ200-007SF WJ200-015SF WJ200-022SF 170.5 3-phase 200V WJ200-015LF WJ200-022LF 3-phase 400V WJ200-004HF 143.5 WJ200-007HF WJ200-015HF WJ200-022HF 170.5 WJ200-030HF...

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    211 Dimensional drawings, continued… Power Type W (mm) H (mm) D (mm) D1 (mm) 3-phase 200V WJ200-037LF 170.5 3-phase 400V WJ200-040HF...

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    212 Dimensional drawings, continued… Power Type W (mm) H (mm) D (mm) D1 (mm) 3-phase 200V WJ200-055LF WJ200-075LF 73.3 3-phase 400V WJ200-055HF WJ200-075HF...

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    213 Dimensional drawings, continued… Power Type W (mm) H (mm) D (mm) D1 (mm) 3-phase 200V WJ200-110LF 3-phase 400V WJ200-110HF WJ200-150HF...

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    214 Dimensional drawings, continued… Power Type W (mm) H (mm) D (mm) D1 (mm) 3-phase 200V WJ200-150LF...

  • Page 64

    WARNING: Use 60/75C Cu wire only. (for models: WJ200-001L, -002L, -004L, -007L, -015S, -022S, -004H, -007H, -015H, -022H and -030H) WARNING: Use 75C Cu wire only. (for models: WJ200-001S, -002S, -004S, -007S, -015L, -022L, -037L, -055L, -075L, -110L, -150L, -040H, -055H, -075H, -110H and -150H) WARNING: “USE 60C Cu wire only”...

  • Page 65

    216 Determining Wire and Fuse Sizes The maximum motor currents in your application determines the recommended wore size. The following table gives the wire size in AWG. The “Power Lines” column applies to the inverter input power, output wires to the motor, the earth ground connection, and any other components shown in the “Basic System Description”...

  • Page 66

    217 shall be connected with, LS Industrial System Co., Ltd, Type E Combination Motor Controller MMS Series . Terminal Dimensions and Torque Specs The terminal screw dimensions for all WJ200 inverters are listed in table below. This information is useful in sizing spade lug or ring lug connectors for wire terminations. WARNING: Tighten the screws with the specified torque in the table below.

  • Page 67

    218 Wire the Inverter Input to a Supply Step 6: In this step, you will connect wiring to the input of the inverter. First, you must determine whether the inverter model you have required three-phase power only, or single-phase power only. All models have the same power connection terminals [R/L1], [S/L2], and [T/L3].

  • Page 68

    219 Three-phase 200V 3.7kW Three-phase 400V 4.0kW U/T1 V/T2 W/T3 Chassis Ground (M4) Power input Output to Motor Three-phase 200V 5.5, 7.5kW Three-phase 400V 5.5, 7.5kW R/L1 S/L2 T/L3 U/T1 V/T2 W/T3 PD/+1 Power input Output to Motor...

  • Page 69

    220 Three-phase 200V 11kW Three-phase 400V 11, 15kW R/L1 S/L2 T/L3 U/T1 V/T2 W/T3 PD/+1 Power input Output to Motor Three-phase 200V 15kW R/L1 S/L2 T/L3 U/T1 V/T2 W/T3 PD/+1 Power input Output to Motor NOTE: An inverter powered by a portable power generator may receive a distorted power waveform, overheating the generator.

  • Page 70

    221 CAUTION: Be sure that the input voltage matches the inverter specifications:  Single-phase 200 to 240 V 50/60 Hz (0.1kW~2.2kW) for SF models  Three-phase 200 to 240 V 50/60 Hz (0.1kW~15kW) for LF models  Three-phase 380 to 480 V 50/60Hz (0.4kW~15kW) for HF models CAUTION: Be sure not to power a three-phase-only inverter with single-phase power.

  • Page 71: Powerup Test

    222 Wire the Inverter Output to Motor Step 7: The process of motor selection is beyond the scope of this manual. However, it must be an AC induction motor with three phases. It should also come with a chassis ground lug. If the motor does not have three power input leads, stop the installation and verify the motor type.

  • Page 72

    3. Get an introduction to the use of the built-in operator keypad. The powerup test gives you an important starting to ensure a safe and successful application of the Hitachi inverter. We highly recommend performing this test before proceeding to the other chapters in this manual.

  • Page 73

    224 Pre-test and Operational Precautions The following instructions apply to the powerup test, or to any time the inverter is powered and operating. Please study the following instructions and messages before proceeding with the powerup test. 1. The power supply must have fusing suitable for the load. Check the fuse size chart presented in Step 5, if necessary.

  • Page 74: Using The Front Panel Keypad

    225 Using the Front Panel Keypad Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with the keypad layout shown in the figure below. The display is used in programming the inverter’s parameters, as well as monitoring specific parameter values during operation. (1) POWER LED (4) RUN LED (5) Monitor LED [Hz]...

  • Page 75

    226 Keys, Modes, and Parameters The purpose of the keypad is to provide a way to change modes and parameters. The term function  applies to both monitoring modes and parameters. These are all accessible through function codes that are primary 4-character codes. The various functions STOP/ RESET are separated into related groups identifiable by the...

  • Page 76

    227 Func. code display : Moves to data display Group "d" Func. code display  .    Func. code display : Jumps to the next group  Group "F" Func. code display Save  .    ....

  • Page 77

    228 [Setting example] After power ON, changing from . display to change the  (carrier frequency) data.   Data of will be shown on the  Press [ESC] key to show display after the first power ON the function code ....

  • Page 78

    229 Selecting Functions and Editing Parameters To prepare to run the motor in the powerup test, this section will show how to configure the necessary parameters: 1. Select the digital operator as the source of motor speed command (=). 2. Select the digital operator as the source of the RUN command (=). 3.

  • Page 79

    230 2. Select the digital operator for RUN Command – Run Key Enable LED To RUN command causes the inverter to accelerate the motor to the selected speed. The Run command can arrive from various sources, including the  control terminals, the Run key on the keypad or the network.

  • Page 80

    231 3. Set the Motor Base Frequency and AVR voltage of the motor – The motor is designed to operate at a specific AC frequency. Most commercial motors are designed for 50/60 Hz operation. First, check the motor specifications. Then follow the steps below to verify the setting or correct it for your motor.

  • Page 81

    232 4. Set the Motor Current – The inverter has thermal overload protection that is designed to protect the inverter and motor from overheating due to an excessive load. The inverter’s uses the motor’s current rating to calculate the time-based heating effect. This protection depends on using correct current rating for your motor.

  • Page 82

    233 5. Set the Number of Motor Poles – The motor’s internal winding arrangement determines its number of magnetic poles. The specification label on the motor usually indicates the number of poles. For proper operation, verify the parameter setting matches the motor poles. Many industrial motors have four poles, corresponding to the default setting in the inverter ().

  • Page 83

    234 Monitoring Parameters with the Display After using the keypad for parameter editing, it’s a good idea to switch the inverter from Program Mode  to Monitor Mode. The PRG LED will be OFF, and the     ...

  • Page 84

    235 Single-Digit Edit Mode If a target function code or data is far from current data, using the single-digit edit mode makes it quicker. Pressing the up key and down key at the same time leads you to go into the digit-to-digit changing mode. While in Single-digit edit mode (single digit is blinking): : Move cursor to right or set the func.code/data (lowest digit only) : Move cursor to left.

  • Page 85

    NOTE: Some factory automation devices such as PLCs have alternative Run/Program modes; the device is in either one mode or the other. In the Hitachi inverter, however, Run Mode alternates with Stop Mode, and Program Mode alternates with Monitor Mode.

  • Page 86: Using The Keypad Devices

    31 Configuring Drive Parameters In This Chapter… page - Choosing a Programming Device........... 2 - Using the Keypad Devices .............. 3 - “D” Group: Monitoring Functions ..........7 - “F” Group: Main Profile Parameters ..........11 - “A” Group: Standard Functions ........... 12 - “B”...

  • Page 87

    Choosing a Programming Device Introduction Hitachi variable frequency drives (inverters) use the latest electronics technology for getting the right AC waveform to the motor at the right time. The benefits are many, including energy savings and higher machine output or productivity. The flexibility required to handle a broad range of applications has required ever more configurable options and parameters –...

  • Page 88

    33 Using the Keypad Devices The WJ200 Series inverter front keypad contains all the elements for both monitoring and programming parameters. The keypad layout is pictured below. All other programming devices for the inverter have a similar key arrangement and function. Power LED Display Units (Hertz / Amperes) LEDs Run LED...

  • Page 89

    34 Operational Modes The RUN and PRG LEDs tell just part of the story; STOP Run Mode and Program Modes are independent RESET Stop modes, not opposite modes. In the state diagram to the right, Run alternates with Stop, and Program Mode alternates with Monitor Mode.

  • Page 90

    35 Dual Rating Selection The WJ200 series inverter has Dual Rating, so that it can work in two different types of load condition, Constant torque application and Variable torque application. Select parameter  depending on your application. “b” Function Defaults Func.

  • Page 91

    36 When HD is selected, following parameters are not displayed. Func. Func. Name Name code code d009 Torque command monitor C058 Over/under-torque level (FW,RG) d010 Torque bias monitor C059 Output mode of Over/under-torque d012 Torque monitor H001 Auto-tuning selection b040 Torque limit selection H002/H202 Motor constant selection...

  • Page 92: D" Group: Monitoring Functions

    37 “D” Group: Monitoring Functions You can access important parameter values with the “D” Group monitoring functions, whether the inverter is in Run Mode or Stop Mode. After selecting the function code number for the parameter you want to monitor, press the Function key once to show the value on the display.

  • Page 93

    38 “d” Function Func. Mode Units Name Description Code Edit Scaled output frequency Displays output frequency  Hz times  monitor constant scaled by the constant in . Decimal point indicates range: 0 to 3999 Actual frequency monitor Displays actual frequency, ...

  • Page 94

    39 “d” Function Func. Mode Units Name Description Code Edit DC bus voltage monitor Voltage of inverter internal DC bus,   Range is 0.0 to 999.9 BRD load ratio monitor Usage ratio of integrated brake   chopper, range is 0.0~100.0% Electronic thermal monitor Accumulated value...

  • Page 95

    310 Local Monitoring with keypad connected The WJ200 inverter’s serial port may be connected to an external digital operator. During those times, the inverter keypad keys will not function (except for the Stop key). However, the inverter’s 4-digit display still provides the Monitor Mode function, displaying any of the parameters ...

  • Page 96: F" Group: Main Profile Parameters

    311 “F” Group: Main Profile Parameters The basic frequency (speed) profile is Output frequency defined by parameters contained in the   “F” Group as shown to the right. The  set running frequency is in Hz, but acceleration deceleration ...

  • Page 97: A" Group: Standard Functions

    312 “A” Group: Standard Functions The inverter provides flexibility in how you control Run/Stop operation and set the output frequency (motor speed). It has other control sources that can override the  /  settings. Parameter  sets the source selection for the inverter’s output frequency.

  • Page 98

    313 Run Command Source Setting – For parameter , the following table provides a further description of each option, and a reference to other page(s) for more information. Code Run Command Source Refer to page(s)… Control terminal – The [FW] or [RV] input terminals control ...

  • Page 99

    314 The figure below shows the correlation diagram of all frequency source setting methods and their relative priority. Multi-speed Multi-speed Multi-speed inputs inputs inputs CF1-4,SF1-7 CF1-4,SF1-7 CF1-4,SF1-7 Multi-speed Multi-speed Multi-speed Frequency Frequency Frequency A021-A035 A021-A035 A021-A035 setting setting setting [O]+[OI] [O]+[OI] [O]+[OI] [AT]...

  • Page 100

    315 Basic Parameter Settings These settings affect the most fundamental behavior of the inverter – the outputs to the motor. The frequency of the inverter’s AC output determines the motor speed. You may select from three different sources for the reference speed. During application development you may prefer using the potentiometer, but you may switch to an external source (control terminal setting) in the finished application, for example.

  • Page 101

    316 Analog Input Settings The inverter has the capability to accept an external analog input that can command the output frequency to the motor. Voltage input (0-10 V) and current input (4-20mA) are available on separate terminals ([O] and [OI] respectively). Terminal [L] serves as signal ground for the two analog inputs.

  • Page 102

    317 “A” Function Defaults Func. Mode Name Description Initial data Units Edit Code [AT] selection Three options; select codes:  00   ...Select between [O] and [OI] at [AT] (ON=OI, OFF=O) ...Select between [O] and [O] input active range start ...

  • Page 103

    318 TIP: The deadband feature is useful in applications that requires a very stable output frequency but use an analog input for the speed reference. Example application: A grinding machine uses a remote potentiometer for operator speed input. After a setting change, the grinder maintains a very stable speed to deliver a uniform finished surface.

  • Page 104

    319 Multi-speed and Jog Frequency Setting Multi-speed – The WJ200 inverter has the capability to store and output up to 16 preset frequencies to the motor ( to ). As in traditional motion terminology, we call multi-speed profile this capability. These preset frequencies are selected by means of digital inputs to the inverter.

  • Page 105

    320 (1) Binary operation (“1”=ON) Speed Param. Speed 0   Speed 1  Speed 2  Speed 3  Speed 4  Speed 5 Speed 6  Speed 7  Speed 8   Speed 9  Speed 10 ...

  • Page 106

    321 Jog Frequency – The jog speed setting is used whenever the Jog command is active. The jog speed setting range is arbitrarily limited to 10 Hz, to provide safety during manual operation. The acceleration to the jog frequency is instantaneous, but you can choose from three modes for the best method for stopping the jog operation.

  • Page 107

    322 Torque Control Algorithms Inverter Torque Control Algorithms The inverter generates the motor output according algorithm selected.  V/F control constant torque (V/F-VC) Parameter  selects the inverter algorithm   for generating the frequency output, as shown in V/F control, variable (1.7) torque the diagram to the right (...

  • Page 108

    323 Enabling the free V/F characteristics setting function disables the torque boost selection (/), base frequency setting (/), and maximum frequency setting (/) automatically. (The inverter regard the value of free-setting V/F frequency 7 () as the maximum frequency.) Output voltage (V) V7 () V6 () V5 ()

  • Page 109

    324 Manual Torque Boost – The Constant Variable Torque algorithms  torque boost feature an adjustable = 5 (%) curve. When the motor load has a lot of 100% inertia or starting friction, you may need to increase the low frequency 5% voltage starting torque...

  • Page 110

    325 load is given to the motor automatic torque boost, step by step  /  Motor speed increases when a load is Decrease the slip compensation gain for given to the motor automatic torque boost, step by step  /  The inverter trips due to overcurrent when Decrease the voltage setting for manual a load is given to the motor...

  • Page 111

    326 DC Braking (DB) Settings Normal DC braking performance The DC Running Free run DC brake braking feature can provide additional stopping torque when compared to a normal deceleration to a stop. DC braking is particularly useful at low speeds when normal deceleration torque is minimal.

  • Page 112

    327 CAUTION: Be careful to avoid specifying a braking time that is long enough to cause motor overheating. If you use DC braking, we recommend using a motor with a built-in thermistor, and wiring it to the inverter’s thermistor input (see “Thermistor Thermal Protection”...

  • Page 113

    328 Frequency-related Functions Frequency Limits – Upper and lower Output limits can be imposed on the inverter frequency output frequency. These limits will Upper  apply regardless of the source of the limit speed reference. You can configure the Settable lower frequency limit to be greater than range zero as shown in the graph.

  • Page 114

    329 Jump Frequencies – Some motors or machines exhibit resonances at particular speed(s), which can be destructive for prolonged running at those speeds. The inverter jump frequencies has up to three as shown in the graph. The hysteresis around the jump frequencies causes the inverter output to skip around the sensitive frequency values.

  • Page 115

    330 Acceleration stop/Deceleration stop – The acceleration stop and deceleration stop frequency setting allows you to make the inverter wait, upon starting the motor or upon decelerating the motor, until the motor slip becomes less when the motor load causes a large moment of inertia.

  • Page 116

    331 PID Control When enabled, the built-in PID loop calculates an ideal inverter output value to cause a loop feedback process variable (PV) to move closer in value to the set point (SP). The frequency command serves as the SP. The PID loop algorithm will read the analog input for the process variable (you specify the current or voltage input) and calculate the output.

  • Page 117

    332 In standard operation, the inverter uses a reference source selected by parameter  for the output frequency, which may be a fixed value (), a variable set by the front panel potentiometer, or value from an analog input (voltage or current). To enable PID operation, set =.

  • Page 118

    333 PID Loop Configuration The inverter’s PID loop algorithm is configurable for various applications. PID Output Limit - The PID loop controller has a built-in output limit function. This function monitors the difference between the PID setpoint and the loop output (inverter output frequency), measured as a percentage of the full scale range of each.

  • Page 119

    334 PID deviation output – If PID deviation "" exceeds the value in , output signal configured as  (OD) is activated. PID feedback comparison output – If PID feedback is out of the range between  and  output signal configured as  (FBV) is activated. PID feedback ...

  • Page 120

    335 Automatic Voltage Regulation (AVR) Function The automatic voltage regulation (AVR) feature keeps the inverter output waveform at a relatively constant amplitude during power input fluctuations. This can be useful if the installation is subject to input voltage fluctuations. However, the inverter cannot boost its motor output to a voltage higher than the power input voltage.

  • Page 121

    336 Energy Savings Mode / Optional Accel/Decel Energy Saving Mode – This function allows the inverter to deliver the minimum power necessary to maintain speed at any given frequency. This works best when driving variable torque characteristic loads such as fans and pumps. Parameter = enables this function and ...

  • Page 122

    337 Second Acceleration and Deceleration Functions The WJ200 inverter features two-stage acceleration and deceleration ramps. This gives flexibility in the profile shape. You can specify the frequency transition point, the point at which the standard acceleration () or deceleration () changes to the second acceleration () or deceleration ().

  • Page 123

    338 Accel/Decel Standard acceleration and deceleration is Output linear. The inverter CPU can also frequency Accel. curve selection calculate an S-curve acceleration or Target deceleration curve as shown. This profile freq. S-curve useful favoring load   characteristics in particular applications. Linear ...

  • Page 124

    339 (1) Acceleration / deceleration pattern summary      Setting Curve Linear S-curve U-curve Inverse U-curve EL S-curve  Freq. Freq. Freq. Freq. Freq. (Accel. pattern)  Freq. Freq. Freq. Freq. Freq. (Decel. pattern) Standard pattern. Effective for preventing Effective for the tension control of winding machine, Effective lift...

  • Page 125

    340 For use of EL-S curve be sure to use select frequency source as multi-speed, to avoid nuisance change of frequency during acceleration and deceleration. Additional Analog Input Settings Input Range Settings – The parameters in the following table adjust the input characteristics of the analog current input.

  • Page 126

    341 Analog Input Calculate Function – The inverter can mathematically combine two input sources into one value. The Calculate function can either add, subtract, or multiply the two selected sources. This provides the flexibility needed by various applications. You can use the result for the output frequency setting (use =) or for the PID Process Variable (PV) input (use =).

  • Page 127

    342 Add Frequency – The inverter can add or subtract on offset value to the output frequency setting which is specified by  (will work with any of the five possible sources). The ADD Frequency is a value you can store in parameter . the ADD Frequency is summed with or subtracted from the output frequency setting only when the [ADD] terminal is ON.

  • Page 128

    343 Input Range Settings – The parameters in the following table adjust the input characteristics of the VR (POT meter on external operator) input. When using the inputs to command the inverter output frequency, these parameters adjust the starting and ending ranges for the current, as well as the output frequency range. Related Analog Input Settings characteristic diagrams are located in “...

  • Page 129: B" Group: Fine Tuning Functions

    344 “B” Group: Fine Tuning Functions The “B” Group of functions and parameters adjust some of the more subtle but useful aspects of motor control and system configuration. Automatic Restart Mode The restart mode determines how the inverter will resume operation after a fault causes a trip event.

  • Page 130

    345 Automatic restart (retry) related parameters. “b” Function Defaults Mode Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code Edit Restart mode on power Select inverter restart method,  00   failure / under-voltage trip Five option codes: Alarm output after trip, no automatic restart Restart at 0Hz operation...

  • Page 131

    346 “b” Function Defaults Func. Mode Name Description Initial data Units Code Edit Number of retry on over Range is 1 to 3 times  times  voltage / over current trip Retry wait time on over Range is 0.3 to 100 sec. ...

  • Page 132

    347 Active Frequency Matching Restart Goal of the active frequency matching is the same as normal frequency matching. Difference is the method. Please select the suitable one for your application. “b” Function Defaults Mode Func. Name Description Initial data Units Edit Code Current level of active freq.

  • Page 133

    348 Electronic Thermal Overload Alarm Setting The thermal overload detection protects the inverter and motor from overheating due to an excessive load. It uses a current/inverse time curve to determine the trip point. First, use  to select the torque characteristic that matches your load. This allows the inverter to utilize the best thermal overload characteristic for your application.

  • Page 134

    349 Electronic thermal characteristic curve: The characteristic curve depends on dual rate setting in  as follows. = = (HD) (ND) Trip time (s) Trip time (s) Percentage of Percentage of 110% 150% 200% 110% 120% 150% b012/b212 b012/b212 Electronic thermal characteristic: The characteristic curve is unique, but reduction rate depending on frequency is selected in .

  • Page 135

    350  Free setting (=) Output current [A] Reduction rate b020 x1.0 b018 x0.8 b016 Setting range b015 b017 b019 A004 Max. FQ Output frequency [Hz] Output frequency [Hz] Electronic Thermal Warning Output: You can configure this function so that the inverter outputs a warning signal before the electronic thermal protection operates against motor overheat.

  • Page 136

    351 Current limitation Related Functions Motor current Restriction area Overload Restriction:  If the inverter’s output current exceeds a preset current level  you specify during acceleration or constant speed, overload restriction feature automatically reduces the output frequency during powering drive (and can increase the speed during regeneration) to restrict the Regenerating overload.

  • Page 137

    352 “b” Function Defaults Mode Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code Edit Overload restriction Select the operation mode during  01   operation mode overload conditions, four options, option codes: Disabled Enabled for acceleration and constant speed Enabled for constant speed only Enabled for acceleration and constant speed, increase speed...

  • Page 138

    353 Software Lock Mode The software lock function keeps personnel from accidentally changing parameters in the inverter memory. Use  to select from various protection levels. The table below lists all combinations of  option codes and the  ON/OFF state of the [SFT] input. Each Check or Ex ...

  • Page 139

    354 “b” Function Defaults Func. Mode Name Description Initial data Units Code Edit Software lock mode Prevents parameter changes, in five  01   selection options, option codes: all parameters except  are locked when [SFT] terminal is ON all parameters except ...

  • Page 140

    355 Run/power ON warning time Inverter outputs the operation time over (RNT) or the plug-in time over (ONT) signal when the time specified as the run/power ON warning time () is exceeded. “b” Function Defaults Func. Mode Name Description Initial data Units Code Edit Run/power ON warning...

  • Page 141

    356 Reduced voltage start The reduced voltage start function enables you to make the inverter increase the output voltage gradually when starting the motor. Set a small value for the reduced voltage start selection () if you intend to increase the start torque.

  • Page 142

    357 Display related parameters Function code display restriction:  – The function code display restriction allows you to arbitrarily switch the display mode or the display content on the integrated operator. “b” Function Defaults Func. Mode Name Description Initial data Units Edit Code...

  • Page 143

    358 (2) User setting display mode (   The monitor displays only the codes and items that are arbitrarily assigned to user parameters (~), except codes ,  and . Refer to User parameter (~) section for the detail. (3) Data comparison display mode ( ...

  • Page 144

    359 specify data displayed on the integrated operator on powerup. The table below lists the display items selectable. (The factory setting is  [].) Panel display selection:  – When an external operator is connected to WJ200 via RS-422 port, the display is locked and shows only one parameter configured by . Automatic return to the initial display: ...

  • Page 145

    360 “b” Function Defaults Func. Mode Name Description Initial data Units Code Edit Initial display selection Func. code that SET key    pressed last displayed.(*) ~~ displayed  displayed B display of LCD operator Frequency scaling Specify a constant to scale the ...

  • Page 146

    361 User Parameter Registration Parameter group “U” is the user parameter. Any function code can be chosen to registor on this parameter up to 32. When display mode is set to be “user parameter” (= ) then is  to and , ,  are displayed. “b”...

  • Page 147

    362 Torque Limit Function Torque limit function allows you to limit the motor output when  (SLV) is set for the V/F characteristics set at parameter . You can select one of the following modes with the torque limit selection (). (1) Quadrant-specific setting mode (=) In this mode, individual torque limit value to be applied to four quadrants (i.e.

  • Page 148

    363 “b” Function Defaults Func. Mode Name Description Initial data Units Code Edit Torque limit selection Three option codes:    Quadrant-specific setting mode Terminal-switching mode Analog voltage input mode(O) Torque limit 1 (fwd/power) Torque limit level in forward ...

  • Page 149

    364 Controlled Stop Operation at Power Loss Controlled stop operation at power loss helps avoid tripping or free-running (coasting) of the motor when power is lost while in run mode. The inverter controls the internal DC bus voltage while decelerating the motor, and brings the motor to a controlled stop. Power ...

  • Page 150

    365 NOTE: If the DC bus voltage comes down to the UV level during this operation, the inverter trips with under-voltage and motor will free-run (coast) to a stop. NOTE: If the set value of <, then the inverter internally swaps the  and ...

  • Page 151

    366 “b” Function Defaults Func. Mode Name Description Initial data Units Code Edit Controlled deceleration on Four option codes:    power loss Trips Decelerates to a stop Decelerates to a stop with DC bus voltage controlled Decelerates to a stop with DC bus voltage controlled, then restart DC bus voltage trigger...

  • Page 152

    367 Window Comparator, Analog disconnection The window comparator function outputs signals when the values of analog inputs O and OI are within the maximum and minimum limits specified for the window comparator. You can monitor analog inputs with reference to arbitrary levels (to find input terminal disconnection and other errors).

  • Page 153

    368 Ambient Temperature Setting Sets the ambient temperature where the inverter is installed, so to calculate internally the lifetime of cooling fan. Incorrect data will result in an incorrect calculation result. “b” Function Defaults Func. Mode Name Description Initial data Units Code Edit...

  • Page 154

    369 Carrier frequency (PWM) related switching frequency Carrier frequency adjustment:  – The internal of the inverter chopper frequency circuitry (also called the ). It is called the carrier frequency because the lower AC power frequency of the inverter “rides” the carrier. The faint, high-pitched sound you hear when the inverter is in Run Mode is characteristic of switching power supplies in general.

  • Page 155

    370 Miscellaneous Settings The miscellaneous settings include scaling factors, initialization modes, and others. This section covers some of the most important settings you may need to configure. Start frequency adjustment:  – When the inverter starts to run, the output start frequency frequency does not ramp from 0Hz.

  • Page 156

    (*) Note: When 01 is set on b180, and SET key is pressed, initialization starts immediately and there is not any way to restore the previous parameter setting. WJ200 doesn’t have a method to trigger the initialization by key action as the other Hitachi inverter models have.

  • Page 157

    372 Stop Mode / Restart Mode Configuration: / – You can configure how the inverter performs a standard stop (each time Run FWD and REV signals turn OFF). Setting  determines whether the inverter will control the deceleration, or whether it will perform a free-run stop (coast to a stop).

  • Page 158

    373 An additional parameter further configures Zero frequency resume all instances of a free-run stop. Parameter , Retry Wait Time Before Motor Restart,   Stop mode = free-run stop sets the minimum time the inverter will   Resume from 0Hz free-run.

  • Page 159

    374 Free-V/F Settings Related Please refer to chapter 3 for detailed explanation of the function. “b” Function Defaults Mode Func. Name Description Initial data Units Edit Code  Free V/F setting, freq.1 Set range, 0 ~ value of   ...

  • Page 160

    375 Brake Control Function Related The brake control function allows you to make the inverter control an external brake used for a lift or other machines. To enable this function, specify “” (enabling the brake control function) for the Brake Control Enable (). This function operates as described below.

  • Page 161

    376 (6) When the braking confirmation signal (BOK) has been assigned to an intelligent input terminal (that is, when “” is specified for one of “” to “”), the inverter waits, after turning off the brake release signal, until the braking confirmation is turned off at least for the Brake Wait Time for Confirmation () without decelerating the motor.

  • Page 162

    377 When using the brake control function, you are recommended to select the sensorless vector control (=) that ensures a high torque performance. “b” Function Defaults Func. Mode Name Description Initial data Units Edit Code Brake control enable Two option codes: ...

  • Page 163

    378 DC Bus AVR (Automatic Voltage Regulation) for Deceleration Settings This function is to achieve stable DC DC bus voltage bus voltage in case of deceleration. DC bus voltage rises due to regeneration Threshold voltage to start DC bus AVR () during deceleration.

  • Page 164

    379 STO (Safe Torque Off) Setting Please refer to the appendix E for detailed information. “b” Function Defaults Func. Mode Name Description Initial data Units Edit Code GS input mode Two option codes:    No trip (Hardware shutoff only) Trip Inverter Mode Setting...

  • Page 165

    380 Function Standard mode Rating Max. freq. () 400Hz 400Hz Start freq. () 0.10 to 9.99 (Hz) 0.10 to 9.99 (Hz) Carrier freq. () 2.0 to 15.0 (kHz) 2.0 to 10.0 (kHz) V/f characteristic curve 00: Const. torque 00: Const. torque () 01: Reduced torque 01: Reduced torque...

  • Page 166

    381 Password Function The WJ200 inverter has password function to prevent from changing parameters or to hide a part of parameters. There are two passwords for  (Function Code Display Restriction) and  (Software Lock) corresponding to password A and password B. If password is forgotten, there is no way to delete password.

  • Page 167

    382  How to authenticate Password For a person who knows the password, unlock password protection as follows. (4) Set password in  and/or . Displays for 1sec.      Displays for 1sec.   (5) If entered password is matched, “ (Good)” is displayed for 1 second and password protection is unlocked temporary.

  • Page 168: C" Group: Intelligent Terminal Functions

    383 “C” Group: Intelligent Terminal Functions The seven input terminals [1], [2], [3], [4], [5], [6], and [7] can be configured for any of 72 different functions. The next two tables show how to configure the seven terminals. The inputs are logical, in that they are either OFF or ON. We define these states as OFF=0, and ON=1.

  • Page 169

    384 “C” Function Defaults Func. Mode Name Description Initial data Units Code Edit Input [1] active state Select logic conversion, two option    codes: Input [2] active state  normally open [NO]   normally closed [NC] Input [3] active state ...

  • Page 170

    385 Input Function Summary Table – This table shows all thirty-one intelligent input functions at a glance. Detailed description of these functions, related parameters and settings, and example wiring diagrams are in “Using Intelligent Input Terminals” on page 4-12. Input Function Summary Table Option Terminal Function Name...

  • Page 171

    386 Input Function Summary Table Option Terminal Function Name Description Code Symbol  Start Starts the motor rotation (3-wire interface) OFF No change to present motor status  Stop Stops the motor rotation (3-wire interface) OFF No change to present motor status ...

  • Page 172

    387 Input Function Summary Table Option Terminal Function Name Description Code Symbol  Brake confirmation Brake wait time () is valid OFF Brake wait time () is not valid  LAD cancellation Set ramp times are ignored. Inverter output immediately follows the freq. command. OFF Accel.

  • Page 173

    388 Input Function Summary Table Option Terminal Function Name Description Code Symbol  GS1 * GS1 input EN60204-1 related signals: Signal input of “Safe torque off” function.  GS2 * GS2 input  Start EzCOM Starts EzCOM No execution  Executing EzSQ Executing EzSQ program program...

  • Page 174

    389 Output Terminal Configuration The inverter provides configuration for logic (discrete) and analog outputs, shown in the table below. “C” Function Defaults Mode Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code Edit Output [11] function 48 programmable functions    [EDM assignable] available for logic (discrete) [RUN]...

  • Page 175

    390 The output logic conversion is programmable for terminal [11], [12] and the alarm relay terminal. The open-collector output terminal [11] and [12] defaults to normally open (active low), but you can select normally closed (active high) for the terminal in order to invert the sense of the logic.

  • Page 176

    391 Output Function Summary Table – This table shows all functions for the logical outputs (terminals [11], [12] and [AL]) at a glance. Detailed descriptions of these functions, related parameters and settings, and example wiring diagrams are in “Using Intelligent Output Terminals”...

  • Page 177

    392 Output Function Summary Table Option Terminal Function Name Description Code Symbol Output frequency is higher than the threshold specified in   Speed Deviation Deviation of speed command and actual speed exceeds the specified value . Excessive Deviation of speed command and actual speed does not exceed the specified value .

  • Page 178

    393 Output Function Summary Table Option Terminal Function Name Description Code Symbol Lifetime of cooling fan has not expired.  Starting Contact Signal Either FW or RV command is given to the inverter No FW or RV command is given to the inverter, or both are given to the inverter ...

  • Page 179

    394 Low Load Detection Parameters following parameters work Output conjunction with the intelligent output current function, when configured. The output  mode parameter () sets the mode of the detection at which the low load detection signal [LOC] turns ON. Three kinds of modes can be selected.

  • Page 180

    395 Output Function Adjustment Parameters Overload Warning Output - The following Output parameters work in conjunction with the current intelligent output function, when configured. The overload level parameter () sets the  motor current level at which the overload C041 signal [OL] turns ON.

  • Page 181

    396 Electronic Thermal Warning Output –Please refer to page 3-48 for detailed information. Zero speed detection Output – The inverter outputs the 0Hz speed detection signal when the inverter output frequency falls below the threshold frequency specified in the zero speed detection level (). To use this function, assign parameter “”...

  • Page 182

    397 “C” Function Defaults Func. Mode Name Description Initial data Units Code Edit PID FBV output When the PV goes below this   low limit value, the PID loop turns ON the PID second stage output, range is 0.0 to 100% Over-torque/under-torque Two option codes: ...

  • Page 183

    398 Network Communications Settings The following table lists parameters that configure the inverter’s serial communications port. The settings affect how the inverter communication with a digital operator (such as SRW-0EX), as well as a ModBus network (for networked inverter applications). The settings cannot be edited via the network, in order to ensure network reliability.

  • Page 184

    399 Analog Input Signal Calibration Settings Freq setpoint The functions in the following table Max. freq configure the signals for the analog input terminals. Note that these settings do not 200% change the current/voltage or sink/source characteristics – only the zero and span 100% Max.

  • Page 185

    3100 Miscellaneous Functions The following table contains miscellaneous functions not in other function groups. “C” Function Defaults Func. Mode Name Description Initial data Units Edit Code Debug mode enable * Displays debug parameters.    Two option codes: Disable Enable <Do not set>...

  • Page 186

    3101 Analog Output Calibration Related Functions These functions are for adjustment of analog output FM and AM. The outputs are adjusted at factory before the shipment, and therefore basically no need to adjust at the customer. But in case you need to change the gain depending on your system (i.e. analog meter specification), you can use these functions for the adjustment.

  • Page 187

    3102 Output Logic and Timing Logic Output Function – The inverter has a built-in logic output feature. Select any two operands out of all intelligent output options except LOG1~LOG3 and their operator out of AND, OR, or XOR (exclusive OR). The terminal symbol for the new output is [LOG]. Use , ...

  • Page 188

    3103 “C” Function Defaults Func. Mode Name Description Initial data Units Edit Code Logic output 1 operand A All the programmable functions     available for logic (discrete) outputs except LOG1 to LOG3, OPO, no Logic output 1 operand B ...

  • Page 189: H" Group: Motor Constants Functions

     Disabled Enabled with motor stop Enabled with motor rotation Motor constant selection Two option codes:     Hitachi standard motor Motor constant selection,   Auto tuned data  motor Motor capacity Twelve selections:  Specified by ...

  • Page 190

    Initial data Units Code Edit Motor constant L 0.01~655.35mH   (Hitachi motor) Motor constant L,   motor (Hitachi motor) Motor constant I0 0.01~655.35A   (Hitachi motor) Motor constant I0,   motor (Hitachi motor) Motor constant J ...

  • Page 191

    (1) Motor constants of Hitachi standard induction motor When /=, motor constants in / to / are taken. The initial values in / to / are Hitachi standard motor's values. (2) Motor constants obtained by off-line auto-tuning When /=, motor constants in / to / are taken, which are obtained by off-line auto-tuning.

  • Page 192

    3107 Sensorless Vector Control This sensorless vector control enables the inverter to accurately operate the motor with a high starting torque, even at low speed. It estimates and controls the motor speed and output torque based on the inverter output voltage, output current, and the set motor constants on the inverter.

  • Page 193

    1) When using a motor which constants are unknown, execute offline auto-tuning to obtain the constants. 2) When the motor constant selection (H002/H202) is Hitachi std. motor (01), the initial values in / to / are Hitachi standard motor's values. If Hitachi std. motor is used, full performance is achieved without auto-tuning in most cases.

  • Page 194

    3109 in over-voltage trip. In this case, increase b134 and retry the auto-tuning. 12) To execute auto-tuning, be sure to set the output frequency (F001) larger than starting frequency (b082) regardless with or without rotation.

  • Page 195

    3110 Off-line auto-tuning procedure (with motor rotation) Step 1: Set motor size and Step 2: Set base freq. and Step 3: Enable auto-tuning motor poles AVR voltage     Base freq. Motor size   Motor poles AVR voltage Step 4: Start the inverter Result is displayed.

  • Page 196: P" Group: Other Parameters

    3111 “P” Group: Other Parameters P group parameters are for other functionality such as option error related, encoder (pulse train input) settings related, torque command related, positioning command related, Torque command related, EzSQ related, and communication (CompoNet, DeviceNet, EtherNet, ProfiBus, CAN Open, and CC-Link) related. Option Card Error You can select how the inverter reacts when an error results from a built-in option card.

  • Page 197

    3112 Encoder (Pulse Train Input) Related Settings You can achieve speed control or simple positioning control by using pulse train input. Following table shows the related parameters of those function. Please refer to chapter 4 for the detailed description. “P” Function Defaults Func.

  • Page 198

    3113 Torque Command Related Settings You can achieve simple positioning by simple encoder feedback control. Following table shows the related parameters to be set for the positioning. Please refer to chapter 4 for the detailed description of the function. 100% torque is referred to inverter rated current.

  • Page 199

    3114 Simple Positioning Encoder wiring – The hardware overview about pulse train input is shown bas below. EA terminal EB terminal Pulse input types Max. Freq. (5 to 24VDC) (24VDC) Phase-A Phase-B 90 ph. difference 2-ph. pulse 2kHz (PNP open collector or (PNP open collector or Voltage output type) Voltage output type)

  • Page 200

    3115 Single phase pulse input Wire phase-A to EA terminal and direction signal to EB terminal. Both sink or source logic are available for EB terminal by changing position of the short bar. Assign EB in input terminal 7. ON input is forward and OFF input is reverse direction. WJ200 7/EB Dir.

  • Page 201

    3116 Simple positioning setting - Set “” in [EA] selection (), then pulse train input is used as feedback signal from encoder. - Set "" in simple positioning selection (), then simple positioning is enabled. (If "" is set, "V/f control with FB"...

  • Page 202

    3117 (Note 2) When 2-phase pulse is used, maximum frequency of phase-A and B are different (32kHz for A-phase, 2kHz for B-phase). In order to detect rotation direction over 2kHz, choose detection methods in P004. P004 Item Description 90 ph. difference 2-ph. pulse train 1 Keep the last direction 90...

  • Page 203

    3118 In the simple positioning mode, the inverter runs the motor until the machine reaches the target position according to the following settings, and then stops the motor with DC braking. <1> Position setting <2> Speed setting (frequency setting) <3> Acceleration and deceleration time (DC braking state is held until RUN command is turned off.) RUN command Output freq.

  • Page 204

    3119 Multistage position switching function (CP1/CP2/CP3) When functions “ (CP1)” to “ (CP3)” are assigned to input terminal [1] to [7] ( to ), you can select multistage positions 0 to 7. Preset position data 0 to 7 in  to .

  • Page 205

    3120 Speed/positioning switching function (SPD) - Set SPD terminal ON, then speed control is enabled in simple positioning mode. - While SPD terminal is ON, current position counter is 0. When SPD is turned OFF, the inverter starts positioning operation. - If positioning command data is 0 at SPD turning OFF, the inverter start deceleration immediately.

  • Page 206

    3121 Homing function Two different homing functions are available by setting homing mode selection (). When trigger signal of homing (: ORG), the inverter starts homing operation. When homing is completed, current position data is reset (0). Direction of homing is specified in . If homing is not operated, position at power up is regarded as home position (0).

  • Page 207

    3122 EzSQ User Parameter Related Settings Please refer to chapter 4 for the detailed description of the function. “P” Function Defaults Func. Mode Name Description Initial data Units Edit Code EzSQ user parameter Each set range is 0~65535  U(00) ~ U(31) ...

  • Page 208

    41 Operations and Monitoring In This Chapter… page - Introduction ..................2 - Connecting to PLCs and Other Devices ........4 - Control Logic Signal Specifications ..........6 - Intelligent Terminal Listing............10 - Using Intelligent Input Terminals ..........12 - Using Intelligent Output Terminals ..........

  • Page 209

    42 Introduction The previous material in Chapter 3 gave a reference listing of all the programmable functions of the inverter. We suggest that you first scan through the listing of inverter functions to fain a general familiarity. This chapter will build on that knowledge in the following ways: 1.

  • Page 210

    43 Warning Messages for Operating Procedures WARNING: Be sure to turn ON the input power supply only after closing the front case. While the inverter is energized, be sure not to open the front case. Otherwise, there is the danger of electric shock. WARNING: Be sure not to operate electrical equipment with wet hands.

  • Page 211: Connecting To Plcs And Other Devices

    44 Connecting to PLCs and Other Devices Hitachi inverters (drives) are useful in many types of applications. During installation, the inverter keypad (or other programming device) will facilitate the initial configuration. After installation, the inverter will generally receive its control commands through the control logic connector or serial interface from another controlling device.

  • Page 212

    45 Example Wiring Diagram The schematic diagram below provides a general example of logic connector wiring, in addition to basic power and motor wiring converted in Chapter 2. The goal of this chapter is to help you determine the proper connections for the various terminals shown below for your application needs.

  • Page 213: Control Logic Signal Specifications

    46 Control Logic Signal Specifications The control logic connectors are located just behind the front housing cover. The relay contacts are just to the left of the logic connectors. Connector labeling is shown below. RS485 Logic inputs comm. SN 7 Relay contacts Jumper wire...

  • Page 214

    47 Terminal Name Description Ratings GND for analog signals Sum of [OI], [O], and [H] currents (return) L (in bottom row) *2 Analog current input 4 to 19.6 mA range, 20 mA nominal, input impedance 250  Analog voltage input 0 to 9.8 VDC range, 10 VDC nominal, input impedance 10 k...

  • Page 215

    48 1) Turning on power while [Intelligent input terminal 1/2/3 are ON] and [Intelligent input terminal 4/5/6/7 are OFF]. 2) After 1)'s condition, turning off power. After 2)'s condition, turning on power while [Intelligent input terminal 2/3/4 are ON] and [Intelligent input terminal 1/5/6/7 are OFF]. sink/source logic of intelligent input terminals Sink or source logic is switched by a jumper wire as below.

  • Page 216

    49 Recommended ferrule For safe wiring and reliability, it is recommended to use following ferrules. Φ Wire size Model name of Φd [mm] ΦD [mm] L [mm] (AWG) ferrule * 0.25 (24) AI 0.25-8YE 12.5 0.34 (22) AI 0.34-8TQ 12.5 0.5 (20) AI 0.5-8WH Φ...

  • Page 217: Intelligent Terminal Listing

    410 Intelligent Terminal Listing Intelligent Inputs Use the following table to locate pages for intelligent input material in this chapter. Input Function Summary Table Symbol Code Function Name Page Forward Run/Stop 4-16 Reverse Run/Stop 4-16 Multi-speed Select, Bit 0 (LSB) 4-17 Multi-speed Select, Bit 1 4-17...

  • Page 218

    411 Use the following table to locate pages for intelligent input material in this chapter. Input Function Summary Table Symbol Code Function Name Page DISP Display limitation 4-50 No assign Intelligent Outputs Use the following table to locate pages for intelligent output material in this chapter. Input Function Summary Table Symbol Code...

  • Page 219: Using Intelligent Input Terminals

    412 Using Intelligent Input Terminals Terminals [1], [2], [3], [4], [5], [6] and [7] are identical, programmable inputs for general use. The input circuits can use the inverter’s internal (isolated) +24V field supply or an external power supply. This section describes input circuits operation and how to connect them properly to switches or transistor outputs on field devices.

  • Page 220

    413 The two diagrams below input wiring circuits using the inverter’s internal +24V supply. Each diagram shows the connection for simple switches, or for a field device with transistor outputs. Note that in the lower diagram, it is necessary to connect terminal [L] only when using the field device with transistors.

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    414 The two diagrams below show input wiring circuits using an external supply. If using the “Sinking Inputs, External Supply” in below wiring diagram, be sure to remove the jumper wire, and use a diode (*) with the external supply. This will prevent a power supply contention in case the jumper wire is accidentally placed in the incorrect position.

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    415 The inverter control section can be powered externally with 24 Vdc as shown below. This will allow you to read and write parameters using the keypad or via communication (such as Modbus/RTU or with optional fieldBus communication cards). NOTE: You CANNOT use the ProDriveNext programming software when powering the inverter in this way! It will also not be possible to drive a motor.

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    416 Forward Run/Stop and Reverse Run/Stop Commands: When you input the Run command via the terminal [FW], the inverter executes the Forward Run command (high) or Stop command (low). When you input the Run command via the terminal [RV], the inverter executes the Reverse Run command (high) or Stop command (low).

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    417 Multi-Speed Select ~Binary Operation The inverter can store up to 16 different target Multi- Input Function speed frequencies (speeds) that the motor output uses for CF4 CF3 CF2 CF1 steady-state condition. These speeds Speed 0 accessible through programming four Speed 1 intelligent terminals as binary-encoded inputs CF1 to Speed 2...

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    418 While using the multi-speed capability, you can monitor the present frequency with monitor function during each segment of a multi-speed operation.  NOTE: When using the Multi-speed Select settings CF1 to CF4, do not display parameter F001 or change the value of while the inverter is in Run Mode (motor ...

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    419 Jogging Command The Jog input [JG] is used to command [JG] the motor to rotate slowly in small increments for manual operation. The [FW], speed is limited to 9.99 Hz. The [RV] frequency for the jogging operation is set by parameter . Jogging does not use an acceleration ramp, so we recommend setting...

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    420 External Signal for DC Braking When the terminal [DB] is turned ON, the Scenario 1 [FW,RV] DC braking feature is enabled. Set the following parameters when the external DC braking terminal [DB] is to be used: [DB]  – DC braking delay time setting. ...

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    421 Set Second Motor, Special Set If you assign the [SET] function to an intelligent input terminal, you can select between two sets of motor parameters. The second parameters store an alternate set of motor characteristics. When the terminal [SET] is turned ON, the inverter will use the second set of parameters to generate the frequency output to the motor.

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    422 Two Stage Acceleration and Deceleration When terminal [2CH] is turned ON, the inverter changes the rate of acceleration and Target frequency deceleration from the initial settings ( second second ) Output acceleration/ deceleration values. When the initial frequency terminal is turned OFF, the inverter is returned to the original acceleration and [2CH] deceleration time...

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    423 Free-run Stop When the terminal [FRS] is turned ON, the inverter stops the output and the motor enters the free-run state (coasting). If terminal [FRS] is turned OFF, the output resumes sending power to the motor if the Run command is still active. The free-run stop feature works with other parameters to provide flexibility in stopping and starting motor rotation.

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    424 External Trip When the terminal [EXT] is turned ON, the inverter enters the trip state, indicates error code , and stops the output. This is a general purpose interrupt type feature,  and the meaning of the error depends on what you connect to the [EXT] terminal. Even if the [EXT] input is turned OFF, the inverter remains in the trip state.

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    425 Unattended Start Protection If the Run command is already set when power is turned ON, the inverter starts running immediately after powerup. The Unattended Start Protection (USP) function will not prevents that automatic startup, so that the inverter run without outside intervention.

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    426 Commercial power source switchover The commercial power source switching function allows you to switch the power supply (between the inverter and commercial power supply) to your system of which the load causes a considerable moment of inertia. You can use the inverter to accelerate and decelerate the motor in the system and the commercial power supply to drive the motor for constant speed operation.

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    427 Software Lock When the terminal [SFT] is turned ON, the data of all the parameters and functions (except the output frequency, depending on the setting of ) is locked (prohibited from editing). When the data is locked, the keypad keys cannot edit inverter parameters.

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    428 Analog Input Current/Voltage Select The [AT] terminal selects whether the inverter uses the voltage [O] or current [OI] input terminals for external frequency control. When intelligent input [AT] is ON, you can set the output frequency by applying a current input signal at [OI]-[L]. When the [AT] input is OFF, you can apply a voltage input signal at [O]-[L] to set the output frequency.

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    429 Reset Inverter The [RS] terminal causes the inverter to execute 12 ms the reset operation. If the inverter is in Trip minimum [RS] Mode, the reset cancels the Trip state. When the signal [RS] is turned ON and OFF, the inverter Approx.

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    430 Thermistor Thermal Protection Motors that are equipped with a thermistor can be protected from overheating. Input terminal [5] has the unique ability to sense a thermistor resistance. When the resistance value of the thermistor connected to terminal [PTC] (5) and [L] is more than 3 kΩ...

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    431 Three-wire Interface Operation The 3-wire interface is an industry standard motor control interface. This function uses two inputs for momentary contact start/stop control, and a third for selecting forward or reverse direction. To implement the 3-wire interface, assign [STA] (Start), ...

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    432 PID ON/OFF and PID Clear The PID loop function is useful for controlling motor speed to achieve constant flow, pressure, temperature, etc. in many process applications. The PID Disable function temporarily suspends PID loop execution via an intelligent input terminal. It overrides the parameter (PID Enable) to stop PID execution and return to normal motor ...

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    433 Remote Control Up and Down Functions The [UP] [DWN] terminal functions can adjust the output frequency for remote control while the motor is running. The acceleration time and deceleration time of this function is same as normal operation ACC1 and DEC1 (2ACC1,2DEC1). The input terminals operate according to these principles: ...

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    434 It is possible for the inverter to retain the frequency set from the [UP] and [DWN] terminals through a power loss. Parameter enables/disables the memory. If  disabled, the inverter retains the last frequency before an UP/DWN adjustment. Use the [UDC] terminal to clear the memory and return to the original set output frequency.

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    435 Force Operation from Digital Operator This function permits a digital operator interface to override the following two settings in the inverter:  - Frequency source  - Run command source  When using the [OPE] terminal input, typically A001 and are configured for ...

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    436 The inverter can store up to 16 Multi- Input Function different target frequencies (speeds) speed that motor output uses  Speed 0 steady-state condition. These  Speed 1 speeds accessible through  Speed 2  programming seven of the intelligent Speed 3 ...

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    437 Overload Restriction Source Changeover This function allows you to change the parameter sets of overload restriction. (Please refer to chapter 3 for the detailed description of the overload restriction function.) Option Terminal Function Name State Description Code Symbol  Parameter sets , , ...

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    438 Torque Limit Switch This function is to select the torque limit mode. (Please refer to for the detailed description of the function.) Option Terminal Function Name State Description Code Symbol    TRQ1 Torque limit switch Torque limit value of will be selected ...

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    439 LAD Cancellation This function is for canceling the set ramp time and changes the output speed immediately according to the set speed. (Please refer to chapter3 for the detailed description of the function.) Option Terminal Function Name State Description Code Symbol ...

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    440 Pulse Counter Clear This function is for clearing the accumulated pulse numbers in case of positioning. (Please refer to chapter 3 for the detailed description of the function.) Option Terminal Function Name State Description Code Symbol  PCLR Pulse counter clear Clears the accumulated pulse numbers.

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    441 Add Frequency Enable The inverter can add or subtract an offset value to the output frequency setting which is specified by (will work with any of the five possible sources). The ADD  Frequency is a value you can store in parameter . The ADD Frequency is summed with or subtracted from the output frequency setting only when the [ADD] terminal is ON.

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    442 Force Terminal Mode The purpose of this intelligent input is to allow a device to force the inverter to allow control of the following two parameters via the control terminals: • - Frequency source setting ( = control terminals [FW] and [RV] ...

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    443 Clearance of cumulative power data This function is to clear the cumulative input power data. Option Terminal Function Name State Description Code Symbol  Clear watt-hour data Clear the cumulative power data Does not clear the data ~ Valid for inputs: Example (default input configuration shown—see page...

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    444 General Purpose Input (1)~(7) These functions are used with EzSQ function. Refer to a description of EzSQ for the details. Option Terminal Function Name State Description Code Symbol ~ MI1~MI7 General purpose input General purpose input is made ON (1)~(7) General purpose input is made OFF ~...

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    445 Analog Command Hold This function allows you to make the inverter hold the analog command input via the external analog input terminal when the AHD terminal is made ON. While the AHD is turned ON, the up/down function can be used based on the analog signal held by this function as reference data.

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    446 Multistage-position switch (1)~(3) When “ (CP1)” to “ (CP3)” are assigned to input terminals, you can select position settings from multistage positions 0 to 7. Use multistage position settings 0 to 7 ( to ) for the position settings. If no position settings are assigned to terminals, multistage position 0 () is assumed.

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    447 Limit signal of homing, Trigger signal of zero-return These functions are used for homing performance. One of three types of homing operations can be selected by homing mode selection (). When a homing operation ends, the current position counter is cleared (to 0). Use homing direction selection () to select the direction of homing operation.

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    448 Speed/position changeover To perform speed control operation in absolute position control mode, turn on the SPD terminal. While the SPD terminal is off, the current position count remains at 0. Therefore if the SPD terminal is turned off during operation, the control operation is switched to position control operation based on the position where the terminal is turned off.

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    449 Safe Stop Related Signals The function is based on European norm, EN60204-1, EN954-1. Please refer to the relevant pages for the detailed explanation. Option Terminal Function Name State Description Code Symbol  STO1 Safety related signals STO2   ...

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    450 Permission of Run command This function allows you to accept run command. Option Terminal Function Name State Description Code Symbol  Permission of Run Run command can be accepted command Run command is ignored ~ Valid for inputs: Example (default input configuration shown—see page 3-85):...

  • Page 258: Using Intelligent Output Terminals

    451 Using Intelligent Output Terminals The intelligent output terminals are programmable in a similar way to the intelligent input terminals. The inverter has several output functions that you can assign individually to two physical logic outputs. One of the outputs is an open-collector transistor, and the other output is the alarm relay (form C –...

  • Page 259

    452 Internal Relay Output The inverter has an internal relay output with normally open and normally closed contacts Inverter logic circuit board (Type 1 form C). The output signal that controls the relay is configurable; the Alarm Signal is the default setting. Thus, the terminals are labeled [AL0], [AL1], [AL2], as shown to the right.

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    453 Output Signal ON/OFF Delay Function Intelligent outputs including terminals [11], and the output relay, have configurable signal transition delays. Each output can delay either the OFF-to-ON or ON-to-OFF transitions, or both. Signal transition delays are variable from 0.1 to 100.0 seconds. This feature is useful in applications that must tailor inverter output signals to meet timing requirements of certain external devices.

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    454 Run Signal When the [RUN] signal is selected as an [FW,RV] intelligent output terminal, the inverter outputs a signal on that terminal when it is in Run Mode. The output logic is active low,  Output and is the open collector type (switch to start freq.

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    455 Frequency Arrival Signals Frequency Arrival group of outputs helps coordinate external systems with the current velocity profile of the inverter. As the name implies, output [FA1] turns ON frequency arrives when the output at the standard set frequency (parameter F001). Output [FA2] relies on programmable accel/ decel thresholds for increased flexibility.

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    456 Frequency arrival output [FA1] uses standard output frequency (parameter F001) as the threshold for switching. In the figure to the right, Frequency Arrival [FA1] turns ON Foff Output  when the output frequency gets within freq.  Hz below or Hz above the target constant frequency, where Foff...

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    457 Overload Advance Notice Signal When the output current exceeds a Output current preset value, the [OL] terminal Threshold signal turns ON. The parameter / Power running and sets the overload  Regeneration / threshold. (Two thresholds can be set.) The overload detection circuit Threshold operates during powered motor operation and during regenerative...

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    458 Output Deviation for PID Control SP,PV Process variable The PID loop error is defined as the magnitude (absolute value) of the difference  Setpoint between the Setpoint (target value) and the Process Variable (actual value). When the  error magnitude exceeds the preset value for , the [OD] terminal signal turns ON.

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    459 Alarm Signal The inverter alarm signal is active when a fault has STOP occurred and it is in the Trip Mode (refer to the RESET Stop diagram at right). When the fault is cleared the alarm signal becomes inactive. STOP RESET We must make a distinction between the alarm...

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    460 The alarm relay output can be configured in two main ways:  Trip/Power Loss Alarm – The alarm relay is configured as normally closed (=) by default, shown below (left). An external alarm circuit that detects broken wiring also as an alarm connects to [AL0] and [AL1]. After powerup and short delay (<...

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    461 Over Torque Signal The inverter outputs the over torque signal when it detects that the estimated motor output torque exceeds the specified level. To enable this function, assign “ (OTQ)” to an intelligent output terminal. Option Terminal Function Name State Description Code...

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    462 Undervoltage Signal The inverter outputs the undervoltage signal when it detects that the inverter is in undervoltage situation. To enable this function, assign “ (UV)” to an intelligent output terminal. Option Terminal Function Name State Description Code Symbol  Undervoltage signal Inverter is in undervoltage Inverter is in normal condition...

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    463 Torque Limited Signal The inverter outputs the torque limited signal when it is in torque limit operation. To enable this function, assign “ (TRQ)” to an intelligent output terminal. Refer to section 3 for detailed explanation. Option Terminal Function Name State Description Code...

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    464 Running Time and Power On Time Over Signal The inverter outputs the operation time expiration signal and power on time expiration signal. To enable this function, assign “ (RNT)”, and/or “ (ONT)” to intelligent output terminals. Option Terminal Function Name State Description Code...

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    465 Electronic Thermal Warning Signal Output You can configure this function so that the inverter outputs a warning signal before the electronic thermal protection operates against motor overheat. You can also set the threshold level to output a warning signal with the electronic thermal warning level setting ().

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    466 External Brake Related Output Signals These signals are used with brake control function. To output the warning signals, assign function “ (BRK)” and “ (BER)” to the intelligent output terminals [11] and [12], or to the relay output terminal. Refer to chapter 3 for detailed explanation of the brake control function.

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    467 Zero Hz Speed Detection Signal The inverter outputs the 0Hz speed detection signal when the inverter output frequency falls below the threshold level (). To use this function, assign “ (ZS)” to one of the intelligent output terminals. Option Terminal Function Name State...

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    468 Speed Deviation Excessive Signal The inverter outputs the detection signal when the deviation between the set speed and actual motor speed becomes less the threshold level (). This function is valid when connecting the encoder feedback to the inverter. To use this function, assign “...

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    469 Positioning Completion Signal Inverter gives out the positioning signal when positioning performance is done. To use this function, assign “ (POK)” to one of the intelligent output terminals. Refer to chapter 4 for the details of the performance. Option Terminal Function Name State...

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    470 Analog Input Disconnect Detect This feature is useful when the inverter receives a speed reference from an external device. Upon input signal loss at either the [O] or [OI] terminal, the inverter normally just decelerates the motor to a stop. However, the inverter can use the intelligent output terminal [Dc] to signal other devices that a signal loss has occurred.

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    471 PID Second Stage Output two-stage control, The inverter has a built-in PID loop feature for useful for certain applications such as building ventilation or heating and cooling (HVAC). In an ideal control environment, a single PID loop controller (stage) would be adequate. However, in certain conditions, the maximum output energy from the first stage is not enough to maintain the Process Variable (PV) at or near the Setpoint (SP).

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    472 To use the PID Second Stage Output feature, you will need to choose upper and lower limits for the PV, via respectively. As the timing diagram below shows,   these are the thresholds Stage #1 inverter uses to turn ON or OFF Stage #2 inverter via the [FBV] output.

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    473 Option Terminal Function Name State Description Code Symbol  Transitions to ON when the inverter is in RUN  Feedback Value Check Mode and the PID Process Variable (PV) is less than the Feedback Low Limit ()  Transitions to OFF when the PID Feedback Value (PV) exceeds the PID High Limit () ...

  • Page 281

    474 Communication signal Disconnect Detect This signal function is enabled only when ModBus-RTU has been selected for the communication. If a reception timeout occurs, the inverter continues to output the communication line disconnection signal until it receives the next data. Specify the limit time for reception timeout by setting the communication trip time ().

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    475 Logic Output Function The inverter has a built-in logic output feature. Select any two operands out of all intelligent output options except LOG1~LOG3 and their operator out of AND, OR, or XOR (exclusive OR). The terminal symbol for the new output is [LOG]. Use , ...

  • Page 283

    476 Lifetime Warning Output Function Capacitor life warning signal- The inverter checks the operating life of the capacitors on the internal circuit board on the basis of the internal temperature and cumulative power on time. You can also monitor the state of the capacitor life warning signal (WAF) in .

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    477 Starting Contact Signal The inverter gives out the starting contact signal (FR) while it is receiving an operational command. The FR signal is given out, regardless the setting of the run command source setting (). If the forward operation (FW) and reverse operation (RV) are given at the same time, the inverter stops the motor operation.

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    478 Heat Sink Overheat Warning The inverter monitors the temperature of its internal heatsink, and gives out the heat sink overheat warning signal (OHF) when the temperature exceeds the overheat warning level (). Option Terminal Function Name State Description Code Symbol ...

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    479 Low Load Detection Signal The low load detection signal output indicates the general status of the inverter output current. When the output current becomes less than the value specified by , the LOC output turns ON. Option Terminal Function Name State Description Code...

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    480 Inverter Ready Signal The inverter outputs the inverter ready signal (IRDY) when it is ready for operation (i.e. when it can receive an operational command). Option Terminal Function Name State Description Code Symbol  Inverter ready signal The inverter is ready to accept the operation IRDY command The inverter is not ready to accept the operation...

  • Page 288

    481 Forward Rotation, Reverse Rotation Signals Forward Rotation signal- The inverter continues to output the forward rotation signal (FWR) while it is driving the motor for forward operation. The FWR signal is turned off while the inverter is driving the motor for reverse operation or stopping the motor. Reverse Rotation signal - The inverter continues to output the forward rotation signal (RVR) while it is driving the motor for reverse operation.

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    482 Major Failure Signal The inverter gives out the major failure signal in addition to an alarm signal when it trips because of one of the errors listed in note down below. Option Terminal Function Name State Description Code Symbol ...

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    483 Window Comparator for Analog Inputs The window comparator function outputs signals when the value of analog inputs [O] and [OI] are within the maximum and minimum limits specified for the window comparator. You can monitor analog inputs with reference to arbitrary levels (to find input terminal disconnection and other errors).

  • Page 291

    484 Frequency Command Source, Run Command Source Option Terminal Function Name State Description Code Symbol  FREF Frequency command source  Run command source 11, 12, AL0 – AL2 Valid for inputs: Example for terminal [11] (default output configuration shown – see ...

  • Page 292

    Motor speed response  Torque boost select  Motor stabilization constant   Manual torque boost value Motor constant R1 (Hitachi motor)   Manual torque boost freq. Motor constant R2 (Hitachi motor)   V/f characteristic curve Motor constant L (Hitachi motor) ...

  • Page 293

    486 STO (Safe Torque Off) Performance Monitor This signal is specific for Safe Stop function. Option Terminal Function Name State Description Code Symbol  STO (Safe Torque Off) Performance Monitor (Output terminal 11 only) 11, 12, AL0 – AL2 Valid for inputs: Dedicated to terminal [11]: ...

  • Page 294: Analog Input Operation

    487 Analog Input Operation AM H O OI L The WJ200 inverters provide for analog input to command the inverter frequency output +V Ref. value. analog input terminal group Voltage input includes the [L], [OI], [O], and [H] terminals on Current input the control connector, which provide for Voltage [O] or Current [OI] input.

  • Page 295

    488 The following table shows the available analog input settings. Parameter and the  input terminal [AT] determine the External Frequency Command input terminals that are available, and how they function. The analog inputs [O] and [OI] use terminal [L] as the reference (signal return).

  • Page 296: Pulse Train Input Operation

    489 Pulse Train Input Operation The WJ200 inverter is capable of accepting pulse train input signals, that are used for frequency command, process variable (feedback) for PID control, and simple positioning. The dedicated terminal is called “EA” and “EB”. Terminal “EA” is a dedicated terminal, and the terminal “EB”...

  • Page 297: Analog Output Operation

    490 Analog Output Operation AM H O OI L In inverter applications it is useful to monitor the inverter operation from a remote location or from the Analog front panel of an inverter enclosure. In some cases, A GND Voltage this requires only a panel-mounted volt meter.

  • Page 298

    491 The [AM] signal offset and gain are adjustable, as indicated below. Func. Description Range Default  [AM] output gain 0.~255. 100.  [AM] output offset 0.0~10.0 The graph below shows the effect of the gain and offset setting. To calibrate the [AM] output for your application (analog meter), follow the steps below: 1.

  • Page 300: Component Description

    51 Inverter System Accessories In This Chapter… page - Introduction ..................2 - Component Description ..............3...

  • Page 301

    DC link includes different sizes of each part type, specified by the Inverter choke –x suffix. Hitachi product literature can help match size and rating of your inverter to the proper accessory size. Braking Unit Each inverter accessory comes with its own printed instruction manual.

  • Page 302

    53 Component Descriptions AC Reactors, Input Side This is useful in suppressing harmonics induced on the power supply lines, or when the main power voltage imbalance exceeds 3% (and power source capacity is more than 500 kVA), or to smooth out line fluctuations. It also improves the power factor. In the following cases for a general-purpose inverter, a large peak current flows on the main power supply side, and is able to destroy the inverter module: ...

  • Page 303

    54 Zero-phase Reactor (RF Noise Filter) The zero-phase reactor helps reduce radiated noise from the inverter wiring. It can be used on the input or output side of the inverter. The example zero-phase reactor shown to the right comes with a mounting bracket. The wiring must go through the opening to reduce the RF component of the electrical noise.

  • Page 304

    55 WJ200 Dynamic Braking Selection Tables The WJ200 series inverter models have internal braking units. Additional stopping torque is available by adding external resistors. The required braking torque depends on your particular application. Other tables in this section will help you choose the proper resistor.

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    61 Troubleshooting and Maintenance In This Chapter… page - Troubleshooting ................2 - Monitoring Trip Events, History, & Conditions ......8 - Restoring Factory Default Settings ..........14 - Maintenance and Inspection ............15 - Warranty ..................22...

  • Page 307: Troubleshooting

    62 Troubleshooting Safety Messages Please read the following safety messages before troubleshooting or performing maintenance on the inverter and motor system. WARNING: Wait at least ten (10) minutes after turning OFF the input power supply before performing maintenance or an inspection. Otherwise, there is a danger of electric shock.

  • Page 308

    63 Troubleshooting Tips The table below lists typical symptoms and the corresponding solution(s). 1. Inverter does not power up. Possible Cause(s) Corrective Action Power cable is incorrectly wired. Check input wiring Short bar or DCL between [P] and [PD] Install short bar or DCL between [P] and [PD] terminal. is disconnected.

  • Page 309

    64 Safety function is enabled and either If safety function is used, activate both GS1 and GS2. If GS1 or GS2 input is inactive. not, disable safety function by dip switch. Possible Cause(s) Corrective Action "18:RS", "14:CS" or "11:FRS" is set to Deactivate the input.

  • Page 310

    65 7. Parameter data does not change. Possible Cause(s) Corrective Action Inverter is in RUN status. Stop the inverter, make sure the motor stops and try again. If "RUN mode edit" is enabled, a part of function codes can be changed in RUN status. Software lock function (b031) is enabled.

  • Page 311

    66 12. Sound noise of motor or machine. Possible Cause(s) Corrective Action Carrier frequency is low. Set carrier frequency (b083) higher. (This could cause electric noise and leak current higher.) Machine frequency and motor frequency Change output frequency slightly. If resonating in are resonated.

  • Page 312

    67 18. If cable to operator is disconnected, inveter will trip or stop. Possible Cause(s) Corrective Action Improper setting of b165. Set ex.operator com loss action (b165) to 02. 19. No response over Modbus communication. Possible Cause(s) Corrective Action New parameter is not updated. If C071, C074 or C075 is changed, cycle power or reset inverter by turning RS terminal ON and OFF.

  • Page 313: Monitoring Trip Events, History, & Conditions

    68 Monitoring Trip Events, History, & Conditions Fault Detection and Clearing The microprocessor in the inverter detects a variety of fault conditions and captures the event, STOP recording it in a history table. The inverter output STOP turns OFF, or “trips” similar to the way a circuit RESET breaker trips due to an over-current condition.

  • Page 314

    69 Error Name Cause(s) Code CPU error A malfunction in the built-in CPU has occurred, so  the inverter trips and turns OFF its output to the motor. External trip A signal on an intelligent input terminal  configured as EXT has occurred. The inverter trips and turns OFF the output to the motor.

  • Page 315

    610 Error Name Cause(s) Code Operator connection When the connection between inverter and  operator keypad failed, inverter trips and displays the error code. Modbus communication error When “trip” is selected (C076=00) as a behavior in  case of communication error, inverter trips when timeout happens.

  • Page 316

    611 Error Name Descriptions Code  Rotating Reset RS input is ON or STOP/RESET key is pressed. If input voltage is under the allowed level, inverter  Undervoltage shuts off output and wait with this indication. This indication is displayed after tripping before ...

  • Page 317

    612 Warning Warning condition Code Output Frequency setting ()  Jump frequency Multi-speed freq. 0 () (////)  Multi-speed freq. 1-15 (-)  Free setting V/f frequency 7 > Frequency upper limit ()  Free setting V/f frequency 7 > Frequency lower limit () Output Frequency setting () ...

  • Page 318

    613 Trip History and Inverter Status We recommend that you first find the cause of the fault before clearing it. When a fault occurs, the inverter stores important performance data at the moment of the fault. To access the data, use the monitor function (xxx) and select details about the ...

  • Page 319: Restoring Factory Default Settings

    614 Restoring Factory Default Settings You can restore all inverter parameters to the original factory (default) settings according to area of use. After initializing the inverter, use the powerup test in Chapter 2 to get the motor running again. If operation mode (std. or high frequency) mode is changed, inverter must be initialized to activate new mode.

  • Page 320: Maintenance And Inspection

    615 Maintenance and Inspection Daily and Yearly Inspection Chart Inspection Inspection Item Inspected Check for… Criteria Cycle Method Daily Year Ambient Extreme Thermometer, Ambient temperature  environment temperatures & hygrometer between –10 to 50C, humidity Humidity 90% or less non-condensing Major Abnormal noise &...

  • Page 321

    616 Megger test megger is a piece of test equipment that uses a high voltage to determine if an insulation degradation has occurred. For inverters, it is important that the power terminals be isolated from the Earth GND terminal via the proper amount of insulation.

  • Page 322

    617 IGBT Test Method The following procedure will check the inverter transistors (IGBTs) and diodes: 1. Disconnect input power to terminals [R, S, and T] and motor terminals [U, V, and 2. Disconnect any wires from terminals [+] and [–] for regenerative braking. 3.

  • Page 323

    618 General Inverter Electrical Measurements The following table specifies how to measure key system electrical parameters. The diagrams on the next page show inverter-motor systems and the location of measurement points for these parameters. Circuit location of Measuring Parameter Notes Reference Value measurement instrument...

  • Page 324

    619 The figures below show measurement locations for voltage, current, and power measurements listed in the table on the previous page. The voltage to be measured is the fundamental wave effective voltage. The power to be measured is the total effective power.

  • Page 325

    620 Inverter Output Voltage Measurement Techniques Taking voltage measurements around drives equipment requires the right equipment and a safe approach. You are working with high voltages and high-frequency switching waveforms that are not pure sinusoids. Digital voltmeters will not usually produce reliable readings for these waveforms.

  • Page 326

    621 Capacitor Life Curves The DC bus inside the inverter uses a large capacitor as shown in the diagram below. The capacitor handles high voltage and current as it smoothes the power for use by the inverter. So, any degradation of the capacitor will affect the performance of the inverter.

  • Page 327: Warranty

    (2) years from the date of manufacture, or one (1) year from the date of installation, whichever occurs first. The warranty shall cover the repair or replacement, at Hitachi's sole discretion, of ONLY the inverter that was installed.

  • Page 328: Glossary

    A1 Glossary and Bibliography In This Appendix… page - Glossary ................... 2 - Bibliography ..................8...

  • Page 329

    Auto-tuning is a common feature of process controllers with PID loops. Hitachi inverters feature auto tuning to determine motor parameters for optimal commutation. Auto-tuning is available Digital as a special command from a digital operator panel.

  • Page 330

    Deadband may or may not be desirable; it depends on the needs of the application. Digital Operator For Hitachi inverters, “digital operator panel” (DOP) refers first to the operator keypad on the front panel of the inverter. It also Panel includes hand-held remote keypads, which connect to the inverter via a cable.

  • Page 331

    Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor(IGBT) – A semiconductor transistor capable of conducting very large currents when in saturation and capable of withstanding very high voltages when it is OFF. This high-power bipolar transistor is the type used in Hitachi inverters. Inertia The natural resistance a stationary object to being moved by an external force.

  • Page 332

    The ability of a motor drive to store preset discrete speed levels for the motor, and control motor speed according to the currently Operation selected speed preset. The Hitachi inverters have 16 preset speeds. Motor Load In motor terminology, motor load consists of the inertia of the...

  • Page 333

    The ideal saturation voltage is zero. Sensorless Vector A technique used in some variable-frequency drives (featured in some other Hitachi inverter model families) to rotate the force vector Control in the motor without the use of a shaft position sensor (angular).

  • Page 334

    Neutral. This power source is named Single Phase to differentiate it from three-phase power sources. Some Hitachi inverters can accept single phase input power, but they all output three-phase power to the motor. See also hree-phase...

  • Page 335: Bibliography

    Recent developments in power semiconductors have produced transistors capable of handling high voltages and currents, all with high reliability. The saturation voltage has been decreasing, resulting in less heat dissipation. Hitachi inverters use state-of-the-art semiconductors to provide high performance and IGBT Saturation reliability in a compact package.

  • Page 336

    B1 Modbus Network Communications In This Appendix… page - Introduction ..................2 - Connecting the Inverter to Modbus ..........3 - Network Protocol Reference ............5 - Modbus Data Listing ..............24 Note : Sections listed about Ver.2, Ver.3.0 and Ver.3.1 are added to this instruction manual. If there is the description about the same item to the plural points, the substance described in the Ver.3.1 section has priority most.

  • Page 337

    B2 Introduction WJ200 Series inverters have built-in RS-485 serial communications, featuring the Modbus RTU protocol. The inverters can connect directly to existing factory networks or work with new networked applications, without any extra interface equipment. The specifications are in the following table. Item Specifications User-selectable...

  • Page 338: Connecting The Inverter To Modbus

    B3 Connecting the Inverter to Modbus Modbus connector is in control terminal block as below. Note that RJ45 connector (RS-422) is used for external operator only. Dip switch for termination resistor RS-422 PLC P24 (Operator) RS-485 (Modbus) External device (Master) SP SN SP SN SP SN...

  • Page 339

    B4 Inverter Parameter Setup - The inverter has several settings related to Modbus Required communications. The table below lists them together. The column indicates must which parameters be set properly to allow communications. You may need to refer to the host computer documentation in order to match some of its settings. Func.

  • Page 340: Network Protocol Reference

    B5 Network Protocol Reference Transmission procedure The transmission between the external control equipment and the inverter takes the procedure below.  Query - A frame sent from the external control equipment to the inverter  Response - A frame returned from inverter to the external control equipment The inverter returns the response only after the inverter receives a query from the external control equipment and does not output the response positively.

  • Page 341

    B6 Message Configuration: Query Slave address:  This is a number of 1 to 32 assigned to each inverter (slave). (Only the inverter having the address given as a slave address in the query can receive the query.)  When slave address “0” is specified, the query can be addressed to all inverters simultaneously.

  • Page 342

    B7 Data:  A function command is set here.  The data format used in the X200 series is corresponding to the Modbus data format below. Name of Data Description Coil Binary data that can be referenced and changed ( 1 bit long) Holding Register 16-bit data that can be referenced and changed Function code:...

  • Page 343

    B8 Message Configuration: Response Transmission time required:  A time period between reception of a query from the master and transmission of a response from the inverter is the sum of the silent interval (3.5 characters long) + C078 (transmission latency time). ...

  • Page 344

    B9 No response occurs: In the cases below, the inverter ignores a query and returns no response.  When receiving a broadcasting query  When detecting a transmission error in reception of a query  When the slave address set in the query is not equal to the slave address of the inverter ...

  • Page 345

    B10 Explanation of function codes Read Coil Status [01h]: This function reads the status (ON/OFF) of selected coils. An example follows below.  Read intelligent input terminals [1] to [5] of an inverter having a slave address “8.”  This example assumes the intelligent input terminals have terminal states listed below.

  • Page 346

    B11 Read Holding Register [03h]: This function reads the contents of the specified number of consecutive holding registers (of specified register addresses). An example follows below.  Reading Trip monitor 1 factor and trip frequency, current, and voltage from an inverter having a slave address “1”...

  • Page 347

    B12 The data set in the response is as follows: Response Buffer Register Number 12+0 (high 12+0 12+1 12+1 (low 12+2 12+2 (low order) (low (high order) (high order) order) order) order) Register Data 0003h 0063h Trip data Trip factor (E03) Not used Frequency (9.9Hz) Response Buffer...

  • Page 348

    B13 Write in Holding Register [06h]: This function writes data in a specified holding register. An example follows:  Write “50Hz” as the first Multi-speed 0 (A020) in an inverter having slave address “5.”  This example uses change data “500(1F4h)” to set “50Hz” as the data resolution of the register “1029h”...

  • Page 349

    B14 Loopback Test [08h]: This function checks a master-slave transmission using any test data. An example follows:  Send test data to an inverter having slave address “1” and receiving the test data from the inverter (as a loopback test). Query: Response: Example...

  • Page 350

    B15 Write in Coils [0Fh]: This function writes data in consecutive coils. An example follows:  Change the state of intelligent input terminal [1] to [5] of an inverter having a slave address “8.”  This example assumes the intelligent input terminals have terminal states listed below.

  • Page 351

    B16 Write in Holding Registers [10h]: This function writes data in consecutive holding registers. An example follows:  Write “3000 seconds” as the first acceleration time 1 (F002) in an inverter having a slave address “8.”  This example uses change data “300000(493E0h)” to set “3000 seconds” as the data resolution of the registers “1014h”...

  • Page 352

    B17 Write in Holding Registers [17h]: This function is to read and write data in consecutive holding registers. An example follows:  Write “50.0Hz” as the set frequency (F001) in an inverter having a slave address “1” and then to read out the output frequency (d001). Query: Response: Example...

  • Page 353

    B18 Exception Response: When sending a query (excluding a broadcasting query) to an inverter, the master always requests a response from the inverter. Usually, the inverter returns a response according to the query. However, when finding an error in the query, the inverter returns an exception response.

  • Page 354

    B19 Store New Register Data (ENTER command) After being written in a selected holding register by the Write in Holding Register command (06h) or in selected holding registers by the Write in Holding Registers command (10h), new data is temporary and still outside the storage element of the inverter.

  • Page 355

    B20 EzCOM (Peer-to-Peer communication)  Besides standard Modbus-RTU communication (slave), WJ200 supports Peer-to-Peer communication between multiple inverters.  The max. number of inverter in the network is up to 247 (32 without repeater).  One administrator inverter is necessary in the network, and the other inverters behave as master or slave.

  • Page 356

    B21 Note2: The command to change a master from 01 to 02 is issued after the data is sent from master inverter 01 to slave and silent interval plus communication wait time (C078) passed. Note 3: Administrative inverter issues the next command to change a master after the data from master inverters is sent and silent interval plus communication wait time (C078) passed.

  • Page 357

    B22 Func. Name Data/Range Description code C072 Modbus address 1 to 247 Network address tripping tripping after decelerating and stopping the motor Selection of the operation after ignoring errors C076 communication error stopping the motor after free-running decelerating and stopping the motor 0.00 Disabled...

  • Page 358: Modbus Data Listing

    B23 data immediately after power on. In case the establishment of the inverter to be assigned as master of delays and fail to receive the command to change the master, the data cannot be sent from master and administrative inverter time-outs. When C100=01 selected, please be sure to power up the administrative inverter at last after reconfirming the establishment of inverters other than administrative inverters.

  • Page 359

    B24 Modbus Data Listing Modbus Coil List The following tables list the primary coils for the inverter interface to the network. The table legend is given below. register address offset  Coil Number - The network for the coil. The coil data is a single bit (binary) value.

  • Page 360

    B25 Coil No. Item Setting 002Dh OL2 (overload notice advance (2)) 1: ON, 0: OFF Odc: Analog O disconnection 002Eh 1: ON, 0: OFF detection OIDc: Analog OI disconnection 002Fh 1: ON, 0: OFF detection 0030h (Reserved) 0031h (Reserved) 0032h FBV (PID feedback comparison) 1: ON, 0: OFF NDc (communication train...

  • Page 361

    B26 Modbus Holding Registers The following tables list the holding registers for the inverter interface to the network. The table legend is given below.  Function Code - The inverter’s reference code for the parameter or function (same as inverter keypad display) ...

  • Page 362

    B27 Register Function Data Function name Monitoring and setting items code resolution 0011h Trip Counter d080 0 to 65530 1 [time] 0012h Trip info. 1 (factor) See the list of inverter trip factors below 0013h Trip info. 1 (inverter status) See the list of inverter trip factors below 0014h Trip info.

  • Page 363

    B28 Register Function Data Function name Monitoring and setting items code resolution 004Eh Programming error monitoring d090 Warning code 004Fh to (reserved) 006Ch 006Dh to (reserved) 08Efh 0: Motor constant recalculation 1: Save all data in EEPROM 0900h Writing to EEPROM Other: Motor constant recalculation and save all data in EEPROM 0901h...

  • Page 364

    B29 List of inverter trip factors Upper part of trip factor code Lower part of trip factor code (indicating the factor) (indicating the inverter status) Name Code Name Code No trip factor Resetting Over-current event while at constant speed Stopping Over-current event during deceleration Decelerating Over-current event during acceleration...

  • Page 365

    B30 (iii) List of registers (monitoring) Register Data Function name Function code Monitoring and setting items resolution 1001h d001 (high) Output frequency monitor 0 to 40000(100000) 0.01 [Hz] 1002h d001 (low) 1003h Output current monitor d002 0 to 65530 0.1 [A] 0: Stopping, 1: Forward rotation, 2: 1004h Rotation direction minitoring...

  • Page 366

    B31 (iv) List of registers Register Data Function name Function code Monitoring and setting items resolution 1103h F002 (high) Acceleration time (1) R/W 1 to 360000 0.01 [sec.] 1104h F002 (low) 1105h F003 (high) Deceleration time (1) R/W 1 to 360000 0.01 [sec.] 1106h F003 (low)

  • Page 367

    B32 Register Data Function name Function code Monitoring and setting items resolution 1226h A028 (high) R/W 0 or "start frequency" to "maximum Multi-speed freq. 8 0.01 [Hz] frequency" 1227h A028 (low) 1228h A029 (high) R/W 0 or "start frequency" to "maximum Multi-speed freq.

  • Page 368

    B33 Register Data Function name Function code Monitoring and setting items resolution 124Fh A061 (high) R/W 0 or "maximum frequency limit" to Frequency upper limit 0.01 [Hz] "maximum frequency" 1250h A061 (low) 1251h A062 (high) R/W 0 or "maximum frequency limit" to Frequency lower limit 0.01 [Hz] 1252h...

  • Page 369

    B34 Register Data Function name Function code Monitoring and setting items resolution 126Fh to (Reserved) 1273h 1274h A092 (high) Acceleration time (2) 1 to 360000 0.01 [sec.] 1275h A092 (low) 1276h A093 (high) Deceleration time (2) 1 to 360000 0.01 [sec.] 1277h A093 (low) 0 (switching by 2CH terminal), 1 (switching by...

  • Page 370

    B35 Register Data Function name Function code Monitoring and setting items resolution 0 (digital operator), 1 (keypad potentiometer), Operation-target frequency 2 (input via O), 3 (input via OI), 4 (external 12B0h A142 selection 2 communication), 5 (option ), 7 (pulse train frequency input) 0 (addition: A141 + A142), 1 (subtraction: 12B1h...

  • Page 371

    B36 Parameter group B Register Data Function name Function code Monitoring and setting items resolution 0 (tripping), 1 (starting with 0 Hz), 2 (starting with matching frequency), 3 (tripping after Restart mode on power 1301h b001 deceleration and stopping with matching failure / under-voltage trip frequency), 4 (restarting with active matching frequency)

  • Page 372

    B37 Register Data Function name Function code Monitoring and setting items resolution Start freq. of active 0 (frequency at the last shutoff), 1 (maximum 131Fh b030 frequency matching frequency), 2 (set frequency) 0 (disabling change of data other than "b031" when SFT is on), 1 (disabling change of data other than "b031"...

  • Page 373

    B38 Register Function Data Function name Monitoring and setting items code resolution 1345h to (Reserved) 1348h 1349h Operation level at O disconnection b070 0. to 100. (%) or "no" (ignore) 1 [%] 134Ah Operation level at OI disconnection b071 1 [%] 0.

  • Page 374

    B39 Register Function Data Function name Monitoring and setting items code resolution 1375h to (Reserved) 137Ah 137Bh Brake Control Enable b120 0 (disabling), 1 (enabling) 0.01 137Ch Brake Wait Time for Release b121 0 to 500 [sec.] 0.01 137Dh Brake Wait Time for Acceleration b122 0 to 500 [sec.]...

  • Page 375

    B40 Parameter group C Register Data Function name Function code Monitoring and setting items resolution 1 (RV: Reverse RUN), 2 (CF1: Multispeed 1 setting), 3 (CF2: Multispeed 2 setting), 4 (CF3: Multispeed 3 setting), 5 (CF4: Multispeed 4 setting), 6 (JG: 1401h Input [1] function C001...

  • Page 376

    B41 Register Data Function name Function code Monitoring and setting items resolution 0 (RUN: running), 1 (FA1: constant-speed reached), 2 (FA2: set frequency overreached), 3 (OL: overload notice advance signal (1)), 4 (OD: output deviation for PID control), 5 (AL: alarm signal), 6 (FA3: set frequency reached), 7 (OTQ: over-torque), 9 (UV: Output [11] 1415h...

  • Page 377

    B42 Register Data Function name Function code Monitoring and setting items resolution 142Ah C042 (high) Frequency arrival setting for accel. 0 to 40000 0.01 [Hz] 142Bh C042 (low) 142Ch C043 (high) Frequency arrival setting for decel. 0 to 40000 0.01 [Hz] 142Dh C043 (low) 142Eh...

  • Page 378

    B43 2(EzCOM<administrator>) 1465h (Reserved) 1466h EzCOM start adr. of master C098 R/W 1~8 1467h EzCOM end adr. of master C099 R/W 1~8 1468h EzCOM starting trigger C100 R/W 00(Input terminal), 01(Always) 0 (not storing the frequency data), 1 1469h Up/Down memory mode selection C101 (storing the frequency data) 0 (resetting the trip when RS is on), 1...

  • Page 379

    Monitoring and setting items resolution 0 (disabling auto-tuning), 1 1501h Auto-tuning Setting H001 (auto-tuning without rotation), 2 (auto-tuning with rotation) 0 (Hitachi standard data), 2 1502h Motor data selection, 1st motor H002 (auto-tuned data) 1503h Motor capacity, 1st motor H003 R/W 00(0.1kW)- 15 (18.5kW)

  • Page 380

    B45 Parameter group P Register Function Data Function name Monitoring and setting items code resolution Operation mode on expansion card 1601h P001 0 (tripping), 1 (continuing operation) 1 error 1602h (Reserved) 00 (Speed reference, incl. PID) 1603h [EA] terminal selection P003 01 (Encoder feedback) 02 (Extended terminal for EzSQ)

  • Page 381

    B46 Register Data Function name Function code Monitoring and setting items resolution 0 (0 pole), 1 (2 poles), 2 (4 poles), 3 (6 poles),4 (8 poles),5 (10 poles), 6 (12 poles),7 (14 poles),8 (16 poles), 9 (18 poles), 10 (20 poles),11 (22 1633h Motor poles setting for RPM P049...

  • Page 382

    B47 Register Data Function name Function code R/W Monitoring and setting items resolution 1666h EzSQ user parameter U (00) P100 R/W 0 to 65530 1667h EzSQ user parameter U (01) P101 R/W 0 to65530 1668h EzSQ user parameter U (02) P102 R/W 0 to 65530 1669h...

  • Page 383

    B48 Register Data Function name Function code R/W Monitoring and setting items resolution - Option I/F command register to write 1 16A2h P160 R/W 0000 to FFFF Option I/F command register to write 2 - 16A3h P161 R/W 0000 to FFFF -...

  • Page 384

    B49 (vi) List of registers (2nd control settings) Register Data Function name Function code Monitoring and setting items resolution 2103h F202 (high) Acceleration time (1), 1 to 360000 0.01 [sec.] 2nd motor 2104h F202 (low) 2105h F203 (high) Deceleration time (1), 1 to 360000 0.01 [sec.] 2nd motor...

  • Page 385

    Overload warning level 2, 0 to 2000 2429h C241 0.1[%] 2nd motor 242Ah to Unused Inaccessible 2501h Motor data selection, 2nd 0 (Hitachi standard data), 2 (auto-tuned - 2502h H202 motor data), 2503h Motor capacity, 2nd motor H203 00(0.1kW)- 15 (18.5kW)

  • Page 386

    B51 Register Function name Function code Monitoring and setting items Data resolution Motor poles setting, 2nd 0 (2 poles), 1 (4 poles), 2 (6 poles), 2504h H204 motor 3 (8 poles), 4 (10 poles) 2505h H205 (high) Motor speed constant, 1 to 1000 0.001 2nd motor...

  • Page 388: Parameter Settings For Keypad Entry

    C− − − − 1 Drive Parameter Setting Tables In This Appendix… page - Introduction ..................2 - Parameter Settings for Keypad Entry ..........2 Note : Sections listed about Ver.2, Ver.3.0 and Ver.3.1 are added to this instruction manual. If there is the description about the same item to the plural points, the substance described in the Ver.3.1 section has priority most.

  • Page 389

    C− − − − 2 Introduction This appendix lists the user-programmable parameters for the WJ200 series inverters and the default values for European and U.S. product types. The right-most column of the tables is blank, so you can record values you have changed from the default. This involves just a few parameters for most applications.

  • Page 390

    C− − − − 3 Main Profile Parameters NOTE:. Mark “ ” in A line of [ Run Mode Edit] shows the accessible parameters when b031 is not set “10”, high level access. NOTE:. Mark “ ” in B line of [ Run Mode Edit] shows the accessible parameters when b031 is not set “10”, high level access.

  • Page 391

    C− − − − 4 Standard Functions NOTE:. Mark “ ” in A line of [ Run Mode Edit] shows the accessible parameters when b031 is not set “10”, high level access. NOTE:. Mark “ ” in B line of [ Run Mode Edit] shows the accessible parameters when b031 is not set “10”, high level access.

  • Page 392

    C− − − − 5 “A” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code [O] input active range end The ending point (offset) for the 100. A014 voltage active analog input range, range is 0. to 100. [O] input start frequency Two options;...

  • Page 393

    C− − − − 6 “A” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code Torque boost select Two options: A041 − 00…Manual torque boost 01…Automatic torque boost Torque boost select, 2 motor A241 − Manual torque boost value Can boost starting torque A042 between 0 and 20% above...

  • Page 394

    C− − − − 7 “A” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code DC braking force for Level of DC braking force, A054 deceleration settable from 0 to 100% DC braking time for Sets duration sec. A055 deceleration braking, range is from 0.0 to...

  • Page 395

    C− − − − 8 “A” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code Jump freq. width (hysteresis) Defines the distance from the A064 1 to 3 center frequency at which the A066 jump around occurs A068 Range is 0.0 to 10.0 Hz Acceleration hold frequency Sets the frequency to hold...

  • Page 396

    C− − − − 9 “A” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code AVR function select, type of AVR functions, three a281 motor option codes: − 00…AVR enabled 01…AVR disabled 02…AVR enabled except during deceleration AVR voltage select 200V class inverter settings: 230/ A082...

  • Page 397

    C− − − − 10 “A” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code Acceleration curve selection Set the characteristic curve of A097 Acc1 and Acc2, five options: − 00…linear 01…S-curve 02…U-curve 03…Inverse U-curve 04…EL S-curve Deceleration curve selection Set the characteristic curve of A098 Dec1 and Dec2, options are...

  • Page 398

    C− − − − 11 “A” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code Calculation symbol Calculates a value based on the A143 A input source (A141 selects) − and B input source (A142 selects). Three options: 00…ADD (A input + B input) 01…SUB (A input - B input) 02…MUL (A input * B input)

  • Page 399

    C− − − − 12 “A” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code [VR] input active range The ending point (offset) for the A164 100. end % current input range, range is 0. to 100.% [VR] input start frequency Two options;...

  • Page 400

    C− − − − 13 Fine Tuning Functions “b” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code Restart mode on power Select inverter restart method, B001 failure / under-voltage trip Five option codes: − 00…Alarm output after trip, no automatic restart 01…Restart at 0Hz 02…Resume operation after...

  • Page 401

    C− − − − 14 “b” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code Number of retry on over Range is 1 to 3 times b010 times voltage / over current trip Retry wait time on over Range is 0.3 to 100 sec.

  • Page 402

    C− − − − 15 “b” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code Overload restriction Select the operation mode during b024 operation mode 2 overload conditions, four options, − option codes: 00…Disabled 01…Enabled for acceleration and constant speed 02…Enabled for constant speed only...

  • Page 403

    C− − − − 16 “b” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code Motor cable length Set range is 5 to 20. B033 parameter − Run/power ON warning time Range is, b034 Hrs. 0.:Warning disabled 1. to 9999.: 10~99,990 hrs (unit: 10) 1000 to 6553: 100,000~655,350 hrs (unit: 100)

  • Page 404

    C− − − − 17 “b” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code Reverse run protection Two option codes: b046 00…No protection − 01…Reverse rotation is protected 00… (CT mode) / 01… (VT mode) b049 Dual Rating Selection Controlled deceleration on Four option codes: B050...

  • Page 405

    C− − − − 18 “b” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code Watt-hour display gain Set range is, b079 1.~1000. Start frequency Sets the starting frequency for the B082 0.50 inverter output, range is 0.10 to 9.99 Hz Carrier frequency Sets the PWM carrier (internal...

  • Page 406

    C− − − − 19 “b” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code Stop mode selection Select how the inverter stops the B091 motor, two option codes: − 00…DEC (decelerate to stop) 01…FRS (free-run to stop) Cooling fan control Selects when the fan is ON during B092...

  • Page 407

    C− − − − 20 “b” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code Free V/F setting, freq.4 Set range, value of b104 ~b108 b106 Free V/F setting, voltage.4 Set range, 0 ~ 800V b107 Free V/F setting, freq.5 Set range, value of b108 ~b110 b108 Free V/F setting, voltage.5...

  • Page 408

    C− − − − 21 “b” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code 1st parameter of Dual b160 Set any two "d" parameters in b160 Monitor − and b161, then they can be monitored in d050. The two parameters are switched by up/down keys.

  • Page 409

    C− − − − 22 Intelligent Terminal Functions “C” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Initial Name Description Units Code data Input [1] function Select input terminal [1] function, C001 68 options (see next section) − [FW] Input [2] function Select input terminal [2] function, C002 68 options (see next section) −...

  • Page 410

    C− − − − 23 “C” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Initial Name Description Units Code data [AM] terminal selection 11 programmable functions: C028 (Analog voltage output [LAD] 00…Output frequency − 0...10V) 01…Output current 02…Output torque 04…Output voltage 05…Input power 06…Electronic thermal load ratio 07…LAD frequency 10…Heat sink temperature...

  • Page 411

    C− − − − 24 “C” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Initial Name Description Units Code data Frequency arrival setting Set range is 0.0 to 400.0 Hz C046 0.00 2 for deceleration Pulse train input/output If EO terminal is configured as 1.00 C047 scale conversion...

  • Page 412

    C− − − − 25 “C” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Initial Name Description Units Code data Communication stop bit Two option codes: C075 1…1 bit 2…2 bit Communication error Selects inverter response to C076 select communications error. − Five options: 00…Trip 01…Decelerate to a stop and trip 02…Disable...

  • Page 413

    C− − − − 26 “C” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Initial Name Description Units Code data Reset selection Determines response to Reset C102 input [RS]. − Four option codes: 00…Cancel trip state at input signal ON transition, stops inverter if in Run Mode 01…Cancel trip state at signal OFF transition, stops inverter if in Run Mode...

  • Page 414

    Motor Constants Functions “H” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Initial Name Description Units Code data Auto-tuning selection Three option codes: H001 00…Disabled 01…Enabled with motor stop 02…Enabled with motor rotation Motor constant selection Two option codes: H002 00…Hitachi standard motor...

  • Page 415

    − Motor constant R1 0.001~65.535 ohms H020 Specified by (Hitachi motor) the capacity Motor constant R1, of each H220 motor (Hitachi motor) inverter Motor constant R2 0.001~65.535 ohms H021 mode (Hitachi motor) Motor constant R2, H221 motor (Hitachi motor) Motor constant L 0.01~655.35mH...

  • Page 416

    C− − − − 29 “H” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Initial Name Description Units Code data Motor constant I0, H233 motor (Auto tuned data) Motor constant J 0.001~9999 kgm H034 (Auto tuned data) Motor constant J, H234 motor (Auto tuned data) Slip compensation P gain 0.00-10.00 H050...

  • Page 417

    C− − − − 30 “P” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Initial Name Description Units Code data Torque command input Four option codes: P033 selection 00…Analog voltage input [O] 01…Analog current input [OI] 03…Operator, 06…Option Torque command level input Set range is 0~200% P034 Torque bias mode selection Two option codes:...

  • Page 418

    C− − − − 31 “P” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Initial Name Description Units Code data Limitation of the pulse train Set range is 0~100 % p058 100. input setting P073 to P072 P060 Pulses Multistage position 0 (Displayed higher 4-digits only) P061 Pulses Multistage position 1...

  • Page 419

    C− − − − 32 “P” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Initial Name Description Units Code data EzCOM source 4 register 0000 to FFFF P152 0000 EzCOM destination 5 P153 1 to 247 address EzCOM destination 5 P154 0000 to FFFF 0000 register EzCOM source 5 register...

  • Page 420: Ce-emc Installation Guidelines

    D− − − − 1 CE-EMC Installation Guidelines In This Appendix… page - CE-EMC Installation Guidelines ............2 - Hitachi EMC Recommendations ............. 6...

  • Page 421

    D− − − − 2 CE-EMC Installation Guidelines You are required to satisfy the machinery directive (2006/42/EC) and the EMC directive (2004/108/EC [until April 19 2016], 2014/30/EU [from April 20 2016]) when using a WJ200 inverter in an EU country. To satisfy the EMC directive and to comply with standard, you need to use a dedicated EMC filter suitable for each model, and follow the guidelines in this section.

  • Page 422

    D− − − − 3 3. 3. 3. 3. As user you must ensure that the HF (high frequency) impedance between adjustable frequency inverter, filter, and ground is as small as possible. • • • • Ensure that the connections are metallic and have the largest possible contact areas (zinc-plated mounting plates).

  • Page 423

    D− − − − 4 8. 8. 8. 8. Follow safety measures in the filter installation. • • • • If using external EMC filter, ensure that the ground terminal (PE) of the filter is properly connected to the ground terminal of the adjustable frequency inverter.

  • Page 424

    D− − − − 5 Installation for WJ200 series (example of SFE models) Model LFx (3-ph. 200V class) and HFx (3-ph. 400V class) are the same concept for the installation. Power supply 1-ph. 200V Metal plate (earth) The filter is a footprint type, so it is located between the inverter and the metal plate.

  • Page 425: Hitachi Emc Recommendations

    D− − − − 6 Hitachi EMC Recommendations WARNING: WARNING: This equipment should be installed, adjusted, and serviced by qualified WARNING: WARNING: personal familiar with construction and operation of the equipment and the hazards involved. Failure to observe this precaution could result in bodily injury.

  • Page 426

    E1 Safety (ISO13849-1) In This Appendix… page - Introduction ..................2 - How it works ..................2 - Installation ..................2 - Components to be combined ............3 - Periodical check ................3 - Precautions ..................3...

  • Page 427

    E2 Introduction The Gate Suppress function can be utilized to perform a safe stop according to the EN60204-1, stop category 0 (Uncontrolled stop by power removal) (as STO function of IEC/EN61800-5-2). It is designed to meet the requirements of the ISO13849-1 Cat.3 PLd, IEC61508 SIL2 and IEC/EN61800-5-2 SIL2 only in a system in which EDM signal is monitored by an “External Device Monitor”.

  • Page 428: Components To Be Combined

    E3 Installation According to the safety standard listed above, please install referring to the example. Please be sure to use the both GS1 and GS2, and construct the system that GS1 andGS2 are both turned off when safety input is given to the inverter. Be sure to carry out the proof test when installation is ready before operation.

  • Page 429: Periodical Check

    E4 Periodical check Since the drive stops even one of the GS1 or GS2 is interrupted, it is to be reconfirmed that there is not faiure in the path of GS1 and GS2 periodically. Period of this maintenance is once per year, and the method to make sure GS1 and GS2 in combination with EDM signal is as described below.

  • Page 430: Additional Function For Version

    Ver.21 Additional function Ver. For Version 2 In This Chapter… page - PM Motor Drive ......................2 - Dynamic Braking related functions ................ 15 - Data Read/Write selection ..................16 - Inverter mode selection ..................... 16 - Thermal detection system Error ................17 - Modbus Data Listing ....................

  • Page 431

    1. Please use for the application of reduced torque with the starting torque less than 50%. In case of use other than above, or in combination with the motor other than Hitachi standard motor, performance cannot be guaranteed to be sufficient.

  • Page 432

    Ver.23 14.1.2 Invalid functions The following functions invalids in the PM drive. Limitation Function Related code method Item of *2** 2nd control Intelligent input terminal:SET(08) Intelligent output terminal:SETM(60) 02(Output C027,C028 torque) Torque monitor • d009,d010,d012,b040~b045,C054~C059,P033,P034,P036~P041 limit • control Intelligent input terminal:TL(40),TRQ1(41),TRQ2(42),ATR(52) Intelligent output terminal:OTQ(07),TRQ(10) 01(Encoder P003...

  • Page 433

    Ver.24 14.1.3 PM mode switching It changes to the PM mode by setting the initialization trigger (b180) to 01 after setting the inverter mode selection (b171) to 03, and initialization is executed. ■When using this mode, observe the following precautions. ①...

  • Page 434

    Ver.25 ■ Way to PM mode switching Step 1:03 is selected by Step 2:01 is selected by Step 3:When the b171, and push [SET] key. b180, and push [SET] key. initialization display ends, it is initialization     completion.

  • Page 435

    (1) Motor constants of Hitachi standard motor ⇒ When 00 is set on PM motor code setting (H102), motor constants use (H106~H110). Initial values of (H106~H110) are set on motor constants of Hitachi standard motor. (2) Motor constants tuned by offline auto-tuning ⇒...

  • Page 436

    Ver.27 motor capacity (H103) is changed. 3 PM induction voltage constant Ke is the peak voltage of one phase of per electrical angle speed (rad/s). 4 PM moment of inertia J is value (kgm ) that added the moment of inertia of the load machine that converting the moment of inertia into the motor shaft data to the moment of inertia of the motor.

  • Page 437

    Ver.28 14.1.5 PM offline auto-tuning function PM offline auto-tuning automatically measures motor constants necessary for sensorless vector control at special driving pattern different from usually besides driving, and accuracy of vector control is improved. PM induction voltage constant Ke and PM moment of inertia J cannot measure because motor don't revolute. Please set the induction voltage constant is the peak voltage of one phase of per electrical angle speed (rad/s), and the moment of inertia is value ( ) that added the moment of inertia of the load machine that converting the...

  • Page 438

    PM Rated Current H105 motor is set. of the inverter [A] Motor constants setting when auto-tuning don't Motor constants of Hitachi standard motor use. The initial values are motor constants of Hitachi standard motor. PM const R(Resistance) H106 0.001~65.535 [Ω]...

  • Page 439

    Ver.210 1 The base frequency (the maximum frequency) calculates to the following by the rated revolution (the maximum revolution) of the motor and motor pole.   Rated revolution (Maxmum revolution )[min pole  Base frequency (Maximum frequency) [Hz] 2 Please pay attention that settings of H104 to H110, A003 and A004 will be changed automatically, when PM motor capacity (H103) is changed.

  • Page 440

    Ver.211 ■Operating procedure Step 1:Set to motor Step 2:Set to base frequency, Step 3:02 is set to capacity, motor pole and maximum frequency and Auto-tuning Setting motor current according motor voltage according to (H001). to the motor. the motor.  ...

  • Page 441

    Ver.212 14.1.6 PM drive •This function estimates magnet position of PM by output voltage and current of inverter and setting motor constants, and drive PM. •Before using this function, be sure to make optimum constant settings for the motor with reference to Section 14.1.4, "Motor constant selection."...

  • Page 442

    Ver.213 •When using this function, observe the following precautions: ① In combination with the motor other than Hitachi standard motor, performance cannot be guaranteed to be sufficient. ② If you cannot obtain the desired characteristics from the motor driven under the sensorless vector control,...

  • Page 443

    Ver.214 Reduce the PM Initial Magnet Position Estimation 0V Wait Times. H131 - When too small setting, motor may rotate greatly or generate out-of-step. Reduce the PM Initial Magnet Position Estimation Need for short time of Detect Wait Times. Initial magnet position H132 - When too small setting, motor may rotate greatly or estimation...

  • Page 444

    Ver.215 Dynamic Braking related functions – These parameters are for using the internal Dynamic Braking related functions: , , , brake chopper so to get more regeneration torque of the motor. NOTE:. Mark “” in A line of [ Run Mode Edit] shows the accessible parameters when b031 is not set “10”, high level access.

  • Page 445

    Ver.216 Data Read/Write selection Setting b166 to “01”, you can inhibit both Read, Write function by WOP. This function is different from “software lock function”. NOTE:. Mark “” in A line of [ Run Mode Edit] shows the accessible parameters when b031 is not set “10”, high level access.

  • Page 446

    Ver.217 NOTE:. Mark “” in A line of [ Run Mode Edit] shows the accessible parameters when b031 is not set “10”, high level access. NOTE:. Mark “” in B line of [ Run Mode Edit] shows the accessible parameters when b031 is set “10”, high level access.

  • Page 447

    Ver.218 Modbus Data Listing Modbus Coil List The following tables list the primary coils for the inverter interface to the network. The table legend is given below.  Coil Number - The network register address offset for the coil. The coil data is a single bit (binary) value.

  • Page 448

    Ver.219 Coil Item Setting 002Dh OL2 (overload notice advance (2)) 1: ON, 0: OFF 002Eh Odc: Analog O disconnection detection 1: ON, 0: OFF OIDc: Analog OI disconnection 002Fh 1: ON, 0: OFF detection 0030h (Reserved) 0031h (Reserved) 0032h FBV (PID feedback comparison) 1: ON, 0: OFF NDc (communication train 0033h...

  • Page 449

    Ver.220 Modbus Holding Registers The following tables list the holding registers for the inverter interface to the network. The table legend is given below.  Function Code - The inverter’s reference code for the parameter or function (same as inverter keypad display) ...

  • Page 450

    Ver.221 Function Register No. Function name Monitoring and setting items Data resolution code 0011h Trip Counter d080 0 to 65530 1 [time] 0012h Trip info. 1 (factor) See the list of inverter trip factors below 0013h Trip info. 1 (inverter status) See the list of inverter trip factors below 0014h Trip info.

  • Page 451

    Ver.222 Function Data Register No. Function name Monitoring and setting items code resolution 004Eh Programming error monitoring d090 Warning code 004Fh to 006Ch (reserved) 006Dh to 08Efh (reserved) 0: Motor constant recalculation 1: Save all data in EEPROM 0900h Writing to EEPROM Other: Motor constant recalculation and save all data in EEPROM 0901h...

  • Page 452

    Ver.223 List of inverter trip factors Upper part of trip factor code (indicating the factor) Lower part of trip factor code (indicating the inverter status) Name Code Name Code No trip factor Resetting Over-current event while at constant speed Stopping Over-current event during deceleration Decelerating Over-current event during acceleration...

  • Page 453

    Ver.224 (iii) List of registers (monitoring) Function Data Register No. Function name Monitoring and setting items code resolution 1001h d001 (high) Output frequency monitor 0 to 40000(100000) 0.01 [Hz] 1002h d001 (low) 1003h Output current monitor d002 0 to 65530 0.1 [A] 0: Stopping, 1: Forward rotation, 2: Reverse 1004h...

  • Page 454

    Ver.225 (iv) List of registers Register Function name Function code Monitoring and setting items Data resolution 1103h F002 (high) Acceleration time (1) 1 to 360000 0.01 [s] 1104h F002 (low) 1105h F003 (high) Deceleration time (1) 1 to 360000 0.01 [s] 1106h F003 (low) 1107h...

  • Page 455

    Ver.226 Register Function name Function code Monitoring and setting items Data resolution 1226h A028 (high) Multi-speed freq. 8 0 or "start frequency" to "maximum frequency" 0.01 [Hz] 1227h A028 (low) 1228h A029 (high) Multi-speed freq. 9 0 or "start frequency" to "maximum frequency" 0.01 [Hz] 1229h A029 (low)

  • Page 456

    Ver.227 Register Function name Function code Monitoring and setting items Data resolution 124Fh A061 (high) 0 or "maximum frequency limit" to "maximum Frequency upper limit 0.01 [Hz] 1250h A061 (low) frequency" 1251h A062 (high) 0 or "maximum frequency limit" to "maximum Frequency lower limit 0.01 [Hz] frequency"...

  • Page 457

    Ver.228 Register Function Function name Monitoring and setting items Data resolution code 126Fh to (Reserved) 1273h 1274h A092 (high) Acceleration time (2) 1 to 360000 0.01 [s] 1275h A092 (low) 1276h A093 (high) Deceleration time (2) 1 to 360000 0.01 [s] 1277h A093 (low) 0 (switching by 2CH terminal), 1 (switching by...

  • Page 458

    Ver.229 Register Function Function name Monitoring and setting items Data resolution code 0 (digital operator), 1 (keypad potentiometer), 2 Operation-target frequency (input via O), 3 (input via OI), 4 (external 12B0h A142 selection 2 communication), 5 (option ), 7 (pulse train frequency input) 0 (addition: A141 + A142), 1 (subtraction: A141 - 12B1h...

  • Page 459

    Ver.230 Parameter group B Register Function Function name Monitoring and setting items Data resolution code 0 (tripping), 1 (starting with 0 Hz), 2 (starting with matching frequency), 3 (tripping after Restart mode on power failure / 1301h b001 deceleration and stopping with matching under-voltage trip frequency), 4 (restarting with active matching frequency)

  • Page 460

    Ver.231 Register Function Function name Monitoring and setting items Data resolution code Start freq. of active frequency 0 (frequency at the last shutoff), 1 (maximum 131Fh b030 matching frequency), 2 (set frequency) 0 (disabling change of data other than "b031" when SFT is on), 1 (disabling change of data other than "b031"...

  • Page 461

    Ver.232 Register Function Function name Monitoring and setting items Data resolution code 1345h to (Reserved) 1348h Operation level at O 1349h b070 1 [%] 0. to 100. (%) or "no" (ignore) disconnection Operation level at OI 134Ah b071 0. to 100. (%) or "no" (ignore) 1 [%] disconnection 134Bh to...

  • Page 462

    Ver.233 Register Function Function name Monitoring and setting items Data resolution code 1375h to (Reserved) 137Ah 137Bh Brake Control Enable b120 0 (disabling), 1 (enabling) 137Ch Brake Wait Time for Release b121 0 to 500 0.01 [s] 137Dh Brake Wait Time for Acceleration b122 0 to 500 0.01 [s]...

  • Page 463

    Ver.234 Parameter group C Register Function Data Function name Monitoring and setting items code resolution 1401h Input [1] function C001 R/W 1 (RV: Reverse RUN), 2 (CF1: Multispeed 1 setting), 3 (CF2: Multispeed 2 setting), 4 (CF3: Multispeed 3 setting), 5 (CF4: Multispeed 4 setting), 6 (JG: Jogging), 7 (DB: external DC braking), 8 (SET: Set 2nd motor data), 9 (2CH: 2-stage acceleration/deceleration), 11 (FRS: free-run stop), 12 (EXT:...

  • Page 464

    Ver.235 Register Function Data Function name Monitoring and setting items code resolution 0 (RUN: running), 1 (FA1: constant-speed reached), 2 (FA2: set frequency overreached), 3 (OL: overload notice advance signal (1)), 4 (OD: output deviation for PID control), 5 (AL: alarm signal), 6 (FA3: set frequency reached), 7 (OTQ: over-torque), 9 (UV: undervoltage), 10 (TRQ: torque limited), 11 (RNT: operation time 1415h...

  • Page 465

    Ver.236 Register Data Function name Function code Monitoring and setting items resolution 142Ah Frequency arrival setting for C042 (high) 0 to 40000 0.01 [Hz] 142Bh accel. C042 (low) 142Ch Frequency arrival setting for C043 (high) 0 to 40000 0.01 [Hz] 142Dh decel.

  • Page 466

    Ver.237 Register Data Function name Function code Monitoring and setting items resolution 1466h EzCOM start adr. of master C098 R/W 1~8 1467h EzCOM end adr. of master C099 R/W 1~8 1468h EzCOM starting trigger C100 R/W 00(Input terminal), 01(Always) Up/Down memory mode 0 (not storing the frequency data), 1 (storing the 1469h C101...

  • Page 467

    1501h Auto-tuning Setting H001 rotation), 2 (auto-tuning with rotation) 1502h Motor data selection, 1st motor H002 R/W 0 (Hitachi standard data), 2 (auto-tuned data) 1503h Motor capacity, 1st motor H003 R/W 00(0.1kW)- 15 (18.5kW) 0 (2 poles), 1 (4 poles),...

  • Page 468

    Ver.239 Register Function Data Function name Monitoring and setting items code resolution 1571h PM motor code setting H102 00 (Hitachi standard data)/ 01 (auto-tuned data) 0(0.1) 4(0.75) 8(3.0) 12(7.5) 1(0.2) 5(1.1) 9(3.7) 13(11.0) 1572h PM motor capacity H103 2(0.4) 6(1.5) 10(4.0)

  • Page 469

    Ver.240 Parameter group P Register Function Data Function name Monitoring and setting items code resolution Operation mode on expansion card 1601h P001 0 (tripping), 1 (continuing operation) 1 error 1602h (Reserved) 00 (Speed reference, incl. PID) 1603h [EA] terminal selection P003 01 (Encoder feedback) 02 (Extended terminal for EzSQ)

  • Page 470

    Ver.241 Register Function Data Function name Monitoring and setting items code resolution 0 (0 pole), 1 (2 poles), 2 (4 poles), 3 (6 poles), 4 (8 poles), 5 (10 poles), 6 (12 poles), 7 (14 poles), 8 (16 poles), 9 (18 poles), 10 (20 poles), 11 (22 poles), 12 (24poles), 13 (26 poles), 14 (28 poles), 1633h Motor poles setting for RPM...

  • Page 471

    Ver.242 Register Data Function name Function code Monitoring and setting items resolution 1666h EzSQ user parameter U (00) P100 0 to 65530 1667h EzSQ user parameter U (01) P101 0 to65530 1668h EzSQ user parameter U (02) P102 0 to 65530 1669h EzSQ user parameter U (03) P103...

  • Page 472

    Ver.243 Register Function Data Function name Monitoring and setting items code resolution 16A2h Option I/F command register to write 1 P160 0000 to FFFF 16A3h Option I/F command register to write 2 P161 0000 to FFFF 16A4h Option I/F command register to write 3 P162 0000 to FFFF 16A5h...

  • Page 473

    Ver.244 Register Function Function name Monitoring and setting items Data resolution code : coil number 0020h – 1E02h Coil data 2 : coil number 002Fh - : coil number 0001h – 1E03h Coil data 3 : coil number 000Fh - : coil number 0030h –...

  • Page 474

    Ver.245 (vi) List of registers (2nd control settings) Register Data Function name Function code Monitoring and setting items resolution 2103h F202 (high) Acceleration time (1), 1 to 360000 0.01 [s] 2nd motor 2104h F202 (low) 2105h Deceleration time (1), F203 (high) 1 to 360000 0.01 [s] 2nd motor...

  • Page 475

    Overload warning level 2, 0 to 2000 2429h C241 0.1[%] 2nd motor 242Ah to Unused Inaccessible 2501h Motor data selection, 2nd 0 (Hitachi standard data), 2 (auto-tuned 2502h H202 motor data), 2503h Motor capacity, 2nd motor H203 00(0.1kW)- 15 (18.5kW)

  • Page 476

    Ver.247 Register Function name Function code Monitoring and setting items Data resolution 0 (2 poles), 1 (4 poles), 2 (6 poles), 3 (8 poles), 4 2504h Motor poles setting, 2nd motor H204 (10 poles) 2505h Motor speed constant, 2nd H205 (high) 1 to 1000 0.001 2506h...

  • Page 477

    Ver.248 Drive Parameter Setting Tables Introduction This appendix lists the user-programmable parameters for the WJ200 for version2 series inverters and the default values for European and U.S. product types. The right-most column of the tables is blank, so you can record values you have changed from the default. This involves just a few parameters for most applications.

  • Page 478

    Ver.249 Standard Functions NOTE:. Mark “” in A line of [ Run Mode Edit] shows the accessible parameters when b031 is not set “10”, high level access. NOTE:. Mark “” in B line of [ Run Mode Edit] shows the accessible parameters when b031 is set “10”, high level access “A”...

  • Page 479

    Ver.250 “A” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code Analog input filter Range n = 1 to 31, Spl.    1 to 30 :•2ms filter 31: 500ms fixed filter with ±0.1kHz hys. Simple sequence function 00 (disabling), 01 (PRG terminal) ,02 ...

  • Page 480

    Ver.251 “A” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code V/f gain Sets voltage gain of the inverter, range is 100.    20. to 100.% V/f gain, 2 motor  100.   Voltage compensation gain Sets voltage compensation gain under 100.

  • Page 481

    Ver.252 “A” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code Frequency lower limit Sets a limit on output frequency greater 0.00    than zero. Range is start frequency () to frequency upper limit () 0.0 setting is disabled >0.0 setting is enabled Frequency lower limit, Sets a limit on output frequency greater...

  • Page 482

    Ver.253 “A” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code AVR function select Automatic (output) voltage regulation, 02     selects from three type of AVR functions, three option codes: AVR function select,  02 ...

  • Page 483

    Ver.254 “A” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code [OI] input active range start The output frequency corresponding to    0.00 frequency the analog input range starting point, range is 0.0 to 400.0 Hz [OI] input active range end The output frequency corresponding to ...

  • Page 484

    Ver.255 “A” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code Curvature of EL-S-curve at Range is 0 to 50%    the end of deceleration Deceleration hold frequency Sets the frequency to hold deceleration,  0.00 ...

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    Ver.256 Fine Tuning Functions NOTE:. Mark “” in A line of [ Run Mode Edit] shows the accessible parameters when b031 is not set “10”, high level access. NOTE:. Mark “” in B line of [ Run Mode Edit] shows the accessible parameters when b031 is set “10”, high level access “b”...

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    Ver.257 “b” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code Level of electronic thermal, rated inverter current. current for    motor each inverter model *1 Electronic thermal Select from three curves, option codes:  01 ...

  • Page 487

    Ver.258 “b” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code Current level of active freq. Sets the current level of active freq.  Rated   matching matching restart, range is 0.1*inverter current rated current to 2.0*inverter rated current, resolution 0.1 seconds.

  • Page 488

    Ver.259 “b” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code Torque limit 3 (rev/power) Torque limit level in reverse powering    quadrant, range is 0 to 200%/no(disabled) Torque limit 4 (fwd/regen.) Torque limit level in forward regen. ...

  • Page 489

    Ver.260 “b” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code Initialization mode Select initialized data, five option codes:     (parameters or trip history) Initialization disabled Clears Trip history Initializes all Parameters Clears Trip history and initializes all parameters Clears Trip history and initializes all parameters and EzSQ program...

  • Page 490

    Ver.261 “b” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code BRD activation level If DC Voltage > b096,  360/   (As DC Voltage) the register consume. regeneration power. Range is: 330 to 380V (200V class) 660 to 760V (400V class) BRD register Set the value of the register connected to...

  • Page 491

    Ver.262 “b” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code Decel. overvolt. suppress Accel. rate when b130=02.  1.00   const. Set range: 0.10 ~ 30.00 seconds. Decel. overvolt. suppress Proportional gain when b130=01. Range  0.20 ...

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    Ver.263 Intelligent Terminal Functions NOTE:. Mark “” in A line of [ Run Mode Edit] shows the accessible parameters when b031 is not set “10”, high level access. NOTE:. Mark “” in B line of [ Run Mode Edit] shows the accessible parameters when b031 is set “10”, high level access “C”...

  • Page 493

    Ver.264 “C” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code [AM] terminal selection 11 programmable functions:     (Analog voltage output [LAD] Output frequency 0...10V) Output current Output torque Output voltage Input power Electronic thermal load ratio LAD frequency Heat sink temperature Output torque (with code)

  • Page 494

    Ver.265 “C” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code PID FBV output When the PV goes below this value, the    low limit PID loop turns ON the PID second stage output, range is 0.0 to 100% Over-torque/under-torque Two option codes: ...

  • Page 495

    Ver.266 “C” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code OI input span calibration Scale factor between the external  100.0   frequency command on terminals L–OI (voltage input) and the frequency output, range is 0.0 to 200% Thermistor input (PTC) span Scale factor of PTC input.

  • Page 496

    Ver.267 “C” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code Output [12] off delay    Relay output on delay Set range is 0.0 to 100.0 seconds.    Relay output off delay   ...

  • Page 497

    Ver.268 Inverter is in Stop Mode, motor stops Inverter is in Run Mode, motor runs reverse  Reverse Run/Stop Inverter is in Stop Mode, motor stops Multi-speed Select, Binary encoded speed select, Bit 0, logical 1  CF1 *1 Bit 0 (LSB) Binary encoded speed select, Bit 0, logical 0 Multi-speed Select, Binary encoded speed select, Bit 1, logical 1...

  • Page 498

    Ver.269 Input Function Summary Table Option Terminal Function Name Description Code Symbol Selects the direction of motor rotation: OFF = REV. While the motor is rotating, a change of F/R will start a deceleration, followed by a change in direction Temporarily disables PID loop control.

  • Page 499

    Ver.270 Input Function Summary Table Option Terminal Function Name Description Code Symbol Force inverter to use input terminals for output frequency and Run command sources  F-TM Force Terminal Mode Source of output frequency set by  and source of Run command set by ...

  • Page 500

    Ver.271 example wiring diagrams are in “Using Intelligent Output Terminals” in chapter 4. Output Function Summary Table Option Terminal Function Name Description Code Symbol Run Signal When the inverter is in Run Mode  When the inverter is in Stop Mode Frequency Arrival When output to motor is at the set frequency ...

  • Page 501

    Ver.272 Output Function Summary Table Option Terminal Function Name Description Code Symbol Overload Advance When output current is more than the set threshold () for  Notice Signal 2 the overload signal When output current is less than the set threshold for the deviation signal Analog Voltage Input When the [O] input value <...

  • Page 502

       Enabled with motor stop Enabled with motor rotation  Motor constant selection Two option codes:    Hitachi standard motor Auto tuned data Motor constant selection,     motor Specified by  Motor capacity ...

  • Page 503

    Motor constant R1    Ω (Hitachi motor) 0.001~65.535Ω Motor constant R1,    Ω motor (Hitachi motor) Motor constant R2    Ω (Hitachi motor) 0.001~65.535Ω Motor constant R2,    Ω motor (Hitachi motor)

  • Page 504

    NOTE:. Mark “” in B line of [ Run Mode Edit] shows the accessible parameters when b031 is set “10”, high level access “H” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code Hitachi standard (Use H106-H110 at motor constants)  PM motor code setting    Auto-Tuning (Use H109-H110, H111-H113 at motor constants) 0.1/0.2/0.4/0.55/0.75/1.1/1.5/2.2/3.0/3.7/ ...

  • Page 505

    Ver.276 “H” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code PM Initial Magnet  Position Estimation 0V 0-255    Wait Times PM Initial Magnet  Position Estimation 0-255    Detect Wait Times PM Initial Magnet ...

  • Page 506

    Ver.277 “P” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code Four option codes: Torque command input …Analog voltage input [O]     selection …Analog current input [OI] …Operator, …Option Torque command level    Set range is 0~200% input Two option codes:...

  • Page 507

    Ver.278 “P” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code  Multistage position 6   Pulses    Multistage position 7 Pulses …Low speed mode     Homing mode selection …High speed mode …Forward rotation side ...

  • Page 508

    Ver.279 “P” Function Mode Defaults Edit Func. Name Description Initial data Units Code Profibus Clear Node 00(clear)/01(not clear)     address 00(PPO)/01(Comvertional)/ 02 Profibus Map selection     (Flexible Mode Format Selection) CANOpen Node address 0 to 127 ...

  • Page 510

    Ver.3− − − − 1 Additional function Ver. For Version 3 In This Chapter… page - Inverter mode selection ....................2 - Operation condition of speed detection ..............3 - "Position feedback monitor (d030)" enabling at "simple positioning"-off ..... 3 ................

  • Page 511

    Ver.3− − − − 2 Inverter mode selection C urrent mode of the inverter is displayed in d060. • I t changes to the PM mode by setting the initialization trigger (b180) to 01 after setting the inverter mode • selection (b171) to 03, and initialization is executed.

  • Page 512

    Ver.3− − − − 3 Operation condition of speed detection " Actual-frequency monitor(d008)" is valid, when P003=01, even if both "V/f control with FB" and "simple • positioning" are invalid. In a word, that is independent of the setting of A044 and P012. "Position feedback monitor (d030)"...

  • Page 513

    Ver.3− − − − 4 LAD cancel by setting ACC/DEC T he lower limit of the acceleration/deceleration time's set range, such as F002/F003,is 0.00. • Object parameter: F002, F202, F003, F203, A092, A292, A093, A293 W hen the applied acceleration/deceleration time is 0.00[s], the inverter operate similar to LAC ON. •...

  • Page 514

    Ver.3− − − − 5 PID deviation monitor P ID deviation monitor added. It is enabled to monitor it only at PID function effective (A071 = 01 or 02). • Following are the related parameters for this function d153 PID deviation PID scale (A075) =...

  • Page 515

    Ver.3− − − − 6 Over-current Trip Suppression: b027 - B027 B027 B027 B027 01 01 02 02 OC LAD STOP = Enabled Motor Approx. 150% of the inverter The Over-current Trip Suppression function monitors the motor rated current current and actively changes the output frequency profile to maintain the motor current within the limits.

  • Page 516

    "motor constant data" (H020/H220 to H024/H224) are automatically overridden by Hitachi standard motor's value. With Hitachi inverter, if 8 poles or more poles are set up, 8 poles, which is Hitachi Standard mortar value, are automatically applied. If necessary, manually configure motor constants.

  • Page 517

    Ver.3− − − − 8 Creep pulse ratio (simple positioning) A parameter to appoint creep interval at the time of the simple position control added. • Following is the related parameter for this function. Func. c. c. c. Name Name Description Description Name...

  • Page 518

    Ver.3− − − − 9 E xample ○ Settings : P011=1000[pulse]; P015=1.00[Hz]; H004=4[pole] Case1 : P014=50.0[%] N[pulse]=500[pulse]; T[s]=1.0[s] ; Case2 : P014=100.0[%] N[pulse]=1000[pulse]; T[s]=2.0[s] ; Case3 : P014=200.0[%] N[pulse]=2000[pulse]; T[s]=4.0[s] ; Deceleration Creep driving DC braking Creep pulse ratio Creep speed 1.00Hz : P015 Number of Encoder pulse (1000 : T[s]...

  • Page 519

    Ver.3− − − − 10 Frequency reference by pulse train input P ulse input trigger at slow speed – The pulse train input frequency detected is 0% less than the Pulse input • lower cut setting. If the pulse is not detected, the inverter s reaction is too slow when the pulse can be detected ‘...

  • Page 520

    Ver.3− − − − 11 Restarting simple positioning I f the new addition parameter P080 is not "0", • when the condition | Position error | > P080 is TRUE, the inverter cancel DB and restart position management. To avoid repetition of a stop and the restarting of the position management, Please set parameter P080 so that condition P080 >...

  • Page 521

    Ver.3− − − − 12 f1[Hz] F001 [Hz] P015 Current position P017 Position ref. Restarting simple positioning OFF( P080 = 0.)

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    Ver.3− − − − 13 f1[Hz] F001 [Hz] P015 Current position P017 P080 Position ref. Restarting simple positioning ON( P080 != 0)

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    Ver.3− − − − 14 Simple positioning & Brake control co-operation In the case of brake control function is enable(b120=01 or 02) and simple positioning function is • enabled(P012=02), the inverter turns Brake ON, when position management was terminated. At this time, the inverter automatically ignores (b127) and applies Creep speed setting(P015) as Brake on frequency.

  • Page 524

    Ver.3− − − − 15 I n the case of b120 = 01 or 02, it becomes the action of the list shown below about DB (direct current braking) • at position control end time. Following are the related parameter for this function. Func.

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    Ver.3− − − − 16 Simple positioning (current position store at shut down) I n the case of P081 = 01 of the new addition, the inverter stores a current position (inside 4 multiply data) into • P082 on the EEPROM at the time of power supply shut down. And at the time of power activation, the inverter set a value of P082 into a current position inside level.

  • Page 526

    Ver.3− − − − 17 Electronic thermal improve I t is with separation action possibility in inverter use and the electronic thermal for the motor when I establish • it with b910 00. It depends on plural pattern / rate and becomes able to subtract electronic thermal ≠...

  • Page 527

    Ver.3− − − − 18 Electronic thermal subtract function association parameter Func. Func. Func. Func. Name Name Name Name Description Description Description Description Code Code Code Code …OFF …Linear subtraction: pre-fixed ratio 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 Electronic thermal …Linear subtraction: ratio set in b911 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 2...

  • Page 528

    Ver.3− − − − 19 Subtraction function of electronic thermal for motor Electronic thermal protection selection parameter (b910) is prepared to be able to select from 3 patterns. When b090=0 is set, subtraction is invalid and identical to function before Ver.3.0. w hen b910 = 01 ①...

  • Page 529

    Ver.3− − − − 20 W hen b910 = 02 ② When output current is less than thermal count level, subtracted constantly with fixed rate as max value thermal counter (trip level) down to 0 within the time defined with thermal subtraction time (b911).

  • Page 530

    Ver.3− − − − 21 Electronic Thermal Accumulation Gain Only for accumulation for motor electronic thermal protection, value to accumulate is multiplied with electronic thermal accumulation gain (b913) instead of standard value. When b910=00 and common to inverter protection, b913 is void. Electronic Thermal Function for inverter When electronic thermal protection subtraction selection (b910) is set other than 0, electronic thermal protection for inverter and motor are separated.

  • Page 531

    Ver.3− − − − 22 Initial value change of the PM motor control relations parameter I nitial value of the parameters listed below will be changed to appropriate values for PM motors when an • inverter mode is changed to PM mode. Initial data Initial data Initial data...

  • Page 532

    Modbus of a master instrument. You can read and write Hitachi register numbers by accessing the register numbers you would like to use, by linking together the register numbers you are going to use (external register number) and Hitachi register numbers (internal register numbers).

  • Page 533

    Ver.3− − − − 24 [Note] Up to ten mappings can be made. When you use mapping, please use 16-bit Holding register as an internal register. Do not select 32-bit register neither lower not higher. It allows a part of the parameter of 2 register length considered that you use it to access it as 1 register length parameter restrictively.

  • Page 534

    Ver.3− − − − 25 The conceptual diagram Register address Hitachi Register Address would like to use ( I nternal Register (External register Number ) number) 120Fh Scale:*1.000 ( A 013 ) Data type: Unsigned 1210h 40001h ( A 014 )...

  • Page 535

    This explanation document introduces below example. If you link the register address you have been using (= external register number) with Hitachi Register address (=internal register address), the cases will be roughly divided into three cases and they are further subdivided.

  • Page 536

    Ex 7 First pair: The external register you are going to use: 50001h Hitachi register number (=internal register number = 1201h (A001) Second pair: The external register number you are going to use: 1201 Hitachi register number (internal register number) = 1210h (A014) In the case above, 1201h is share by both as an external register and as an internal register.

  • Page 537

    Ver.3− − − − 28 [4]Error judgments Ex 8 Ex 8 Ex 8 Ex 8 Case one: in which internal registers is invalid. (When trying to use internal register numbers that cannot be used) E E E E x x x x 9 9 9 9 Cases where external register is invalid (Two or more different internal register are set for one external register).

  • Page 538

    Ver.3− − − − 29 Ex1 A case where you read an external register number (16bit) and internal Holding register (16-bit) without magnification. * * * * Below setting must be entered from the operator before Modbus communication, with power cycle. External register Internal register Scaling...

  • Page 539

    Ver.3− − − − 30 (1) Writing in Holding register [06h] 、 t arget register: external register [O] input active range start voltage When writing 48 %( 30) as the Holding register Query: Field Name Example (Hex) Slave address Function code Register address value Register start address (high order) = Register...

  • Page 540

    Ver.3− − − − 31 Ex 2 2 2 2 A case where you multiply an external register by n (ex. Multiply 2) written to an internal register. * * * * Below setting must be entered from the operator before Modbus communication, with power cycle. External register Internal number Scaling...

  • Page 541

    Ver.3− − − − 32 (2) Writing Holding Registers [06h] 、 T arget Register: External Register Query: Field Name Example (Hex) Slave address Function code Register start address Register address value = Register (high order) Number - 1 Register start address (low order) 0030h→48d→48% Change data (high order) Change data (low order)

  • Page 542

    Ver.3− − − − 33 Ex 3 Ex 3 A case where data range includes minus value. Ex 3 Ex 3 (Suppose the multiplication of external register and internal register is the same) * * * * Below setting must be entered from the operator before Modbus communication, with power cycle. External register Internal register scaling...

  • Page 543

    Ver.3− − − − 34 (2) Writing Holding Register [06h] 、 T arget Register: External Register Query: Field Name Example (Hex) Slave address Function code Register start address (high order) Register address value = Register Number - 1 Register start address (low order) FFFFh represents -1 in two's Change data (high order)

  • Page 544

    Ver.3− − − − 35 Please use “Signed” format when range of internal register data include minus value, as seen Example 3. If you use “Unsigned” erroneously, you will get exceptional response in some cases. When value of P057 = -10 Reading holding register [03h], Target Register :...

  • Page 545

    Ver.3− − − − 36 Writing Holding Register [06h] , Target Register: External Register Query: Field Name Example (Hex) Slave address Function code Register start address (high order) Register address value = Register Register start address (low order) Number - 1 Change data (high order) Since unsigned is designated, two's Change data (low order)

  • Page 546

    Ver.3− − − − 37 Query: Field Name Example (Hex) Slave address Function code Register start address (high order) Register address value = Register Register start address (low order) Number - 1 Change data (high order) FFF6h represents -1 in two's Change data (low order) compliment in signed conversion CRC-16 (high order)

  • Page 547

    Ver.3− − − − 38 T he external register addresses use and Hitachi register number with the same multiplication.(When 4 4 4 4 external addresses are already included in Hitachi register address list.) * * * * Below setting must be entered from the operator before Modbus communication, with power cycle.

  • Page 548

    Ver.3− − − − 39 (2) Writing Holing Register[06h] 、 t arget register: External register Query: Field Name Example (Hex) Slave address Function code Register start address Register address value = Register (high order) Number - 1 Register start address (low order) Change data (high order) 0050h→80d→80%...

  • Page 549

    Ver.3− − − − 40 The register number you Hitachi register number Internal register ( ( E xternal register number ) number ) 1210h (A014) 1201h (A001) The value of parameter A001 cannot be read directly by this mapping. If you need to...

  • Page 550

    Ver.3− − − − 41 The external register number you would like to use is already listed in Hitachi register number(in 5 5 5 5 this case, overlapping with high order of 32-bit parameter) * * * * Below setting must be entered from the operator before Modbus communication, with power cycle.

  • Page 551

    Ver.3− − − − 42 The value of internal register number 120Fh(A013), that is linked to external register, is read out. If you create a mapping like above, access to low order side of register number 1219 (A021) is forbidden. Because 1218h belongs to A021(High), 1218h is used for mapping function.

  • Page 552

    Ver.3− − − − 43 External register Internal register number number 1218h ( A 021 ( H IGH ) ) 1219h 120Fh ( A 021 ( L ow ) ) ( A 013 ) Access Denied...

  • Page 553

    Ver.3− − − − 44 An error occurs with writing data Query: Field Name Example (Hex) Slave address Function code Register address value Register start address (high order) = Register Register start address (low order) Number - 1 Change data (high order) 1000h→4096d →40.96Hz Change data (low order) CRC-16 (high order)

  • Page 554

    Ver.3− − − − 45 Ex 6 Ex 6 The external number your would like to use is already listed in Hitachi register number(In this case, Ex 6 Ex 6 low order of 32-bit parameter overlaps.) * * * * Below setting must be entered from the operator before Modbus communication, with power cycle.

  • Page 555

    Ver.3− − − − 46 As same as in which an external register number is overlapped with Hitachi register number (High order), access to high order of A020 is forbidden, because only high order of 32-bit register cannot store meaningful information. Please refer to the example below.

  • Page 556

    Ver.3− − − − 47 An error occur with writing data Query: Field Name Example (Hex) Slave address Function code Register start address (high order) Register start address (low order) Change data (high order) Change data (low order) CRC-16 (high order) CRC-16 (low order) Response: Field Name...

  • Page 557

    Ver.3− − − − 48 Ex 7 Ex 7 A Hitachi register number is shared by both external register and internal register. Ex 7 Ex 7 * * * * Below setting must be entered from the operator before Modbus communication, with power cycle.

  • Page 558

    Ver.3− − − − 49 Response: Field Name Example (Hex) Slave address Function code Data size (in bytes) Register data 1 (high order) Register data 1 (low order) CRC-16 (high order) CRC-16 (low order) The value of internal register 1210h (A014) is read out.

  • Page 559

    Ver.3− − − − 50 ( 1 ) Reading out Holding register[03h] 、 T arget register: Internal register (second pair) Query: Field Name Example (Hex) Slave address Function code Register start address (high order) Register start address (low order) Number of holding registers (high order) One register Number of holding registers (low order) CRC-16 (high order)

  • Page 560

    Ver.3− − − − 51 (2) Writing Holding register[06h], Target register: External register (second pair) Query: Field Name Example (Hex) Slave address Function code Register start address (high order) Register address value = Register Register start address (low order) Number - 1 Change data (high order) 0050h →...

  • Page 561

    Ver.3− − − − 52 (3) Reading Holing Register [03h],:Target register (Second pair) Query: Field Name Example (Hex) Slave address Function code Register address value Register start address (high order) = Register Register start address (low order) Number - 1 Number of holding registers (high order) One register Number of holding registers (low order)

  • Page 562

    Ver.3− − − − 53 (4) Reading out Holding Register[03h],Target register: External register (First pair) Query: Field Name Example (Hex) Slave address Function code Register address value Register start address (high order) = Register Register start address (low order) Number - 1 Number of holding registers (high order) One register Number of holding registers (low order)

  • Page 563

    Ver.3− − − − 54 In the description above, when reading out 5001, the value of 1201h (A001), which is directly linked with 1201h (A001), is read out. (Although 1210h (A014) is indirectly connected with 5001, indirect access is disabled and only the value with direct access is available. External register number First pair = OK...

  • Page 564

    Internal register Scaling Format number number 1217h 6003h 1.000 Unsigned ( A 20 ( L OW ) ) Case 4 When Hitachi register number does not exit. External register Internal register Scaling Format number number 12FFh ( N o corresponding 6004h 1.000...

  • Page 565

    Ver.3− − − − 56 Cases where internal registers are invalid 8 8 8 8 Case 1 : A case where internal register not yet is selected (Please refer to document page1 for setting range) ) Query: Field Name Example (Hex) Slave address Function code...

  • Page 566

    Ver.3− − − − 57 Case 2: When selecting 32-bit parameter for an internal register. (Please refer to the page 1 for setting range. Reading Holding Register [03h] , Target register = external register Query: Field Name Example (Hex) Slave address Function code Register start address (high order) Register address value = Register...

  • Page 567

    Ver.3− − − − 58 Case 3: When selecting 32-bit parameter for an internal register. (Please refer to the page 1 for setting range. ) Reading out Holding register [03h], target register=external register Query: Field Name Example (Hex) Slave address Function code Register start address (high order) Register address value = Register...

  • Page 568

    Ver.3− − − − 59 Case 4: A case where Hitachi register numbers do not exist in the list. Reading out Holding register[03h] 、 T arget register = e xternal register Query: Field Name Example (Hex) Slave address Function code...

  • Page 569

    Ver.3− − − − 60 Ex 9 Ex 9 Ex 9 Ex 9 A case where an external register is invalid (An external register number is linked together to two or more different internal register number.) * * * * Below setting must be entered from the operator before Modbus communication, with power cycle. External register Internal register Scaling...

  • Page 570

    Ver.3− − − − 61 Exceptional response is given because two different internal parameters are set for the same external register number. External register number 120Fh ( A 013 ) 1210h × ( A 014 )...

  • Page 571

    Ver.3− − − − 62 The list of 16-bit registers that originate 32-bit registers Register Register Function name Para Data Range Data number number meter resolutio Modbus 0.00 ~ 4 00.00 1E21h 1E20h Output frequency d001 0.01Hz monitor ( ~ 6 55.35) [Hz] 1E22h 1E21h PID feedback value...

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    Ver.3− − − − 63 Register Register Function name Para Data Range Data number number meter resolutio Modbus "maximum frequency" 1F39h 1F38h 1st Frequency lower A062 0.00 to " 0.01Hz limit Frequency upper limit " 1F3Ah 1F39h Acceleration holding A069 0.00 ~...

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    Ver.3− − − − 64 Holding register big endian・ ・ ・ ・ Little endian select The purpose of this document is to explain what Endians are and how they work. After reading this document, you can configure the Endian setting for Modbus communications for your purposes. Endian means how data are arranged in a particular order.

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    Ver.3− − − − 65 [2] How data are arranged in each endian. The following charts show example of how Endian works with data in a 16-bit Holding register and in a 32-bit register (=two consecutive Holding registers given the same parameter name) 1) In the case of 16-bit registers Example )...

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    In the case of Special Endian, those data are stored in an order to show next, the “High byte of the low register”, the “Low byte of the low register”, the “High byte of the high register”, the “Low byte of the high register”. Note) Special Endian is designed for Hitachi PLC.

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    Ver.3− − − − 67 The following provides examples of how to use Big, Little and Special Endian. (1) Examples of writing data When you use a function code for writing data, the arrangements of write data in both a query and its response are subject to the Endian setting.

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    Ver.3− − − − 68 Example1: How arrangements of data in a query and its response change by changing the Endian setting. (Both the query and its response examples are provided) Example 1-1: Writing 16-bit data with Big Endian Example 1-2: Writing 16-bit data with Little Endian Example 1-3: Writing 16-bit data with Special Endian Example 1-4: Writing and reading out 32-bit data at the same time with Special Endian Since Special Endian works in the unit of two byte, no change involves in the case of 16-bit data.

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    Ver.3− − − − 69 Example 1-1: When writing 100Hz as 16-bit data to slave one inverter with Big Endian. (The holding register is Base frequency, the parameter is A003, the register No = 1203h. Since data resolution of Base frequency is 0.1Hz, 1000d need to be written, which are 03E8h.): Query: Example...

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    Ver.3− − − − 70 Example 1-2: When writing 100Hz as 16-bit data to slave one inverter with Little Endian. (The holding register is Base frequency, the parameter is A003, the register No = 1203h. Since data resolution of Base frequency is 0.1Hz, 1000d need to be written, which are 03E8h.): Query: Field Name...

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    Ver.3− − − − 71 Example 1-3: When writing 100Hz as 16-bit data to slave one inverter with Special Endian. (The holding register is Base frequency, the parameter is A003, the register No = 1203h. Since data resolution of Base frequency is 0.1Hz, 1000d need to be written, which are 03E8h.): Query: Field Name...

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    Ver.3− − − − 72 Example 1-4: When reading and writing 32-bit data at the same time with Special Endian. Reading and writing below data from slave one inverter with Special Endian Reading: Acceleration time (2) (A092, register number = 1274h, 1275h), read data = 1300.14sec, since the data resolution of Acceleration time (2) Holding register is 0.01sec, 130014d=0001FBDEh Writing: Deceleration time (2) (A093, register number = 1276h, 1277h), write data = 3500.00sec, since the data resolution of Deceleration time (2) Holding register is 0.01sec, 350000d=00055730h...

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    Ver.3− − − − 73 Response: Field Name Example (Hex) Slave address Function code Byte number n Register Data 1 (high byte) Subject to Endian function : Register Data 1 (low byte) Read Data : 0 001FBDEh Register Data 2 (high byte) Register Data 2 (low byte) CRC-16 (high byte) CRC-16 (low byte)

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    Ver.3− − − − 74 Example 2: When writing 32-bit data Example 2-1: When writing 32-bit data with Big Endian: A Query that can write 3000sec as the Acceleration time (1) (F002, register number = 1103h) in an inverter having slave addresses one (the data resolution of this Holding register is 0.01sec, thus 300000d=000493E0h) is: Query: Field Name...

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    Ver.3− − − − 75 Example 2-2: When writing 32-bit data with Little Endian : As same as example 2-1, where 3000 sec is written as the Acceleration time (1) (F002, register number = 1103h) in an inverter having slave address one, the data resolution of the Holding register is 0.01sec, so the data to be written is 300000d=000493E0h.

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    Ver.3− − − − 76 Example 2-3: As same as the Query in example 2-1, this query sets 3000sec to Acceleration time (1) (F002, register number = 1103h). But the data resolution of this Holding register is 0.01sec, so the data to be written is 300000d = 000493E0h.

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    Ver.3− − − − 77 Example3: When writing 16-bit data This Query sets 50.00Hz to the low byte of Multi-speed freq. 0(A020, register numbers are 1216 and 1217) of slave one inverter. But the data resolution of the Holding registers is 0.01Hz, so the data to be written is 5000d=1388h. Example3-1: Query (Big Endian) : Field Name...

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    Ver.3− − − − 78 Example3-3: Query (Special Endian) : Field Name Example (Hex) Slave address Function code Register start address (high byte) Register address value = Register Register start address (low byte) Number - 1 Change data (high byte) A020 Write Data: Change data (low byte) 1388h...

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    Ver.3− − − − 79 Example4: When writing several parameters at the same time (16-bit data (Word Data) and 32-bit data (Double Word Data)) When several parameters are involved, parameter data are sent in order of register address value. (F003 is sent first, followed by F004) The arrangements of data in each parameter are subject to the Endian setting.

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    Ver.3− − − − 80 Example 4-2: Query (Little Endian): Field Name Example (Hex) Slave address Function code Start address (high byte) Register address value = Register Start address (low byte) Number - 1 Number of holding registers (high byte) Number of holding registers (low byte) Byte number...

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    Ver.3− − − − 81 Example 4-3: Query (Special Endian): Field Name Example (Hex) Slave address Function code Register address value = Register Start address (high byte) Number - 1 Start address (low byte) Number of holding registers (high byte) Number of holding registers (low byte) Byte number...

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    Ver.3− − − − 82 Example 5: When several parameters are read out at the same time (16-bit data (Word Data) and 32-bit data (Double Word Data)) In the case of several parameters are involved, the parameter whose register address is the smallest is read out first, followed by other register in order of their register address.

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    Ver.3− − − − 83 Example 5-1: Read out with Big Endian Response: Field Name Example (Hex) Slave address Function code Data size (in bytes) Register data 1 (high byte) The order of F003 Read data : Register data 1 (low byte) parameters is not 000493E0h Register data 2 (high byte)

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    Ver.3− − − − 84 Example 5-3: Read out with Special Endian Response: Field Name Example (Hex) Slave address Function code Data size (in bytes) Register data 1 (high byte) F003 Read data : The order of Register data 1 (low byte) 000493E0h parameters is Register data 2 (high byte)

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    Ver.3− − − − 85 Electronic Thermal detection system Error Case of b910 = 00 E E E E rror rror rror rror N N N N ame C C C C ause(s) ause(s) ause(s) ause(s) Code Code Code Code Overload protection When inverter/ inverter/motor...

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    Ver.3− − − − 86 Modbus Data Listing Modbus Coil List The following tables list the primary coils for the inverter interface to the network. The table legend is given below. register address offset • Coil Number Coil Number - - - - The network for the coil.

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    Ver.3− − − − 87 Coil Item Setting 002Dh OL2 (overload notice advance (2)) 1: ON, 0: OFF 002Eh Odc: Analog O disconnection detection 1: ON, 0: OFF OIDc: Analog OI disconnection 002Fh 1: ON, 0: OFF detection 0030h (Reserved) 0031h (Reserved) 0032h...

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    Ver.3− − − − 88 Modbus Holding Registers The following tables list the holding registers for the inverter interface to the network. The table legend is given below. • Function Code Function Code - - - - The inverter’s reference code for the parameter or function (same as inverter keypad Function Code Function Code display)

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    Ver.3− − − − 89 Function Register No. Function name Monitoring and setting items Data resolution code 0011h Trip Counter d080 0 to 65530 1 [time] 0012h Trip info. 1 (factor) See the list of inverter trip factors below 0013h Trip info.

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    Ver.3− − − − 90 Function Data Register No. Function name Monitoring and setting items code resolution 004Eh Programming error monitoring d090 Warning code 004Fh to 006Ch (reserved) 006Dh to 08Efh (reserved) 0: Motor constant recalculation 1: Save all data in EEPROM 0900h Writing to EEPROM Other: Motor constant recalculation and save...

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    Ver.3− − − − 91 List of inverter trip factors Upper part of trip factor code (indicating the factor) Lower part of trip factor code (indicating the inverter status) Name Code Name Code No trip factor Resetting Over-current event while at constant speed Stopping Over-current event during deceleration Decelerating...

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    Ver.3− − − − 92 (iii) List of registers (monitoring) Function Data Register No. Function name Monitoring and setting items code resolution 1001h d001 (high) Output frequency monitor 0 to 40000(100000) 0.01 [Hz] 1002h d001 (low) 1003h Output current monitor d002 0 to 65530 0.1 [A]...

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    Ver.3− − − − 93 Function Data Register No. Function name Monitoring and setting items code resolution 1058h unused Inaccessible 0(Operator), 1-15(1-15 Multi-speed), 16(Jog frequency), 18(Modbus communication), 19(Option), 21(Potentiometer. available with 1059h Frequency source monitor d062 OPE-SR or OPE-SRmini), 22(Pulse train), 23(Calculate function output), 24(EzSQ),25([O] input), 26([OI] input), 27([O] + [OI] input)

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    Ver.3− − − − 94 (iv) List of registers Register Function name Function code Monitoring and setting items Data resolution 1103h F002 (high) Acceleration time (1) 0 to 360000 0.01 [s] 1104h F002 (low) 1105h F003 (high) Deceleration time (1) 0 to 360000 0.01 [s] 1106h...

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    Ver.3− − − − 95 Register Function name Function code Monitoring and setting items Data resolution 1226h A028 (high) Multi-speed freq. 8 0 or "start frequency" to "maximum frequency" 0.01 [Hz] 1227h A028 (low) 1228h A029 (high) Multi-speed freq. 9 0 or "start frequency"...

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    Ver.3− − − − 96 Register Function name Function code Monitoring and setting items Data resolution 124Fh A061 (high) 0 or "maximum frequency limit" to "maximum Frequency upper limit 0.01 [Hz] 1250h A061 (low) frequency" 1251h A062 (high) 0 or "maximum frequency limit" to "maximum Frequency lower limit 0.01 [Hz] 1252h...

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    Ver.3− − − − 97 Register Function Function name Monitoring and setting items Data resolution code 126Fh to (Reserved) 1273h 1274h A092 (high) Acceleration time (2) 0 to 360000 0.01 [s] 1275h A092 (low) 1276h A093 (high) Deceleration time (2) 0 to 360000 0.01 [s] 1277h...

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    Ver.3− − − − 98 Register Function Function name Monitoring and setting items Data resolution code 0 (digital operator), 1 (keypad potentiometer), 2 Operation-target frequency (input via O), 3 (input via OI), 4 (external 12B0h A142 selection 2 communication), 5 (option ), 7 (pulse train frequency input) 0 (addition: A141 + A142), 1 (subtraction: A141 - 12B1h...

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    Ver.3− − − − 99 Parameter group B Register Function Function name Monitoring and setting items Data resolution code 0 (tripping), 1 (starting with 0 Hz), 2 (starting with matching frequency), 3 (tripping after Restart mode on power failure / 1301h b001 deceleration and stopping with matching...

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    Ver.3− − − − 100 Register Function Function name Monitoring and setting items Data resolution code Start freq. of active frequency 0 (frequency at the last shutoff), 1 (maximum 131Fh b030 matching frequency), 2 (set frequency) 0 (disabling change of data other than "b031" when SFT is on), 1 (disabling change of data other than "b031"...

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    Ver.3− − − − 101 Register Function Function name Monitoring and setting items Data resolution code 1345h to (Reserved) 1348h Operation level at O 1349h b070 1 [%] 0. to 100. (%) or "no" (ignore) disconnection Operation level at OI 134Ah b071 1 [%]...

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    Ver.3− − − − 102 Register Function Function name Monitoring and setting items Data resolution code 1375h to (Reserved) 137Ah 0(Disable), 1(P012=00:Enable/ P012=02:Enable with DC breaking 137Bh Brake Control Enable b120 at positioning end), 2(P012=00:Enable/ P012=02:Enable without DC breaking at positioning end) 137Ch Brake Wait Time for Release b121...

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    Ver.3− − − − 103 Parameter group C Register Function Data Function name Monitoring and setting items code resolution 1 (RV: Reverse RUN), 2 (CF1: Multispeed 1 setting), 3 (CF2: 1401h Input [1] function C001 Multispeed 2 setting), 4 (CF3: Multispeed 3 setting), 5 (CF4: Multispeed 4 setting), 6 (JG: Jogging), 7 (DB: external DC braking), 8 (SET: Set 2nd motor data), 9 (2CH: 2-stage acceleration/deceleration), 11 (FRS: free-run stop), 12 (EXT:...

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    Ver.3− − − − 104 Register Function Data Function name Monitoring and setting items code resolution 0 (RUN: running), 1 (FA1: constant-speed reached), 2 (FA2: set frequency overreached), 3 (OL: overload notice advance signal (1)), 4 (OD: output deviation for PID control), 5 (AL: alarm signal), 6 (FA3: set frequency reached), 7 (OTQ: over-torque), 9 (UV: undervoltage), 10 (TRQ: torque limited), 11 (RNT: operation time 1415h...

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    Ver.3− − − − 105 Register Data Function name Function code Monitoring and setting items resolution 142Ah Frequency arrival setting for C042 (high) 0 to 40000 0.01 [Hz] accel. 142Bh C042 (low) 142Ch Frequency arrival setting for C043 (high) 0 to 40000 0.01 [Hz] decel.

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    Ver.3− − − − 106 Register Data Function name Function code Monitoring and setting items resolution 1466h EzCOM start adr. of master C098 R/W 1~8 1467h EzCOM end adr. of master C099 R/W 1~8 1468h EzCOM starting trigger C100 R/W 00(Input terminal), 01(Always) Up/Down memory mode 0 (not storing the frequency data), 1 (storing the 1469h...

  • Page 616

    Auto-tuning Setting H001 rotation), 2 (auto-tuning with rotation) 1502h Motor data selection, 1st motor H002 R/W 0 (Hitachi standard data), 2 (auto-tuned data) 1503h Motor capacity, 1st motor H003 R/W 00(0.1kW)- 15 (18.5kW) 0(2 poles), 1(4 poles), 2(6 poles), 3(8 poles),...

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    Ver.3− − − − 108 Register Function Data Function name Monitoring and setting items code resolution 1571h PM motor code setting H102 00 (Hitachi standard data)/ 01 (auto-tuned data) 0(0.1) 4(0.75) 8(3.0) 12(7.5) 1(0.2) 5(1.1) 9(3.7) 13(11.0) 1572h PM motor capacity H103 2(0.4)

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    Ver.3− − − − 109 Parameter group P Register Function Data Function name Monitoring and setting items code resolution Operation mode on expansion card 1601h P001 0 (tripping), 1 (continuing operation) 1 error 1602h (Reserved) 00 (Speed reference, incl. PID) 1603h [EA] terminal selection P003...

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    Ver.3− − − − 110 Register Function Data Function name Monitoring and setting items code resolution 0 (0 pole), 1 (2 poles), 2 (4 poles), 3 (6 poles), 4 (8 poles), 5 (10 poles), 6 (12 poles), 7 (14 poles), 8 (16 poles), 9 (18 poles), 10 (20 poles), 11 (22 poles), 12 (24poles), 13 (26 poles), 14 (28 poles), 1633h...

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    Ver.3− − − − 111 Register Data Function name Function code Monitoring and setting items resolution 1666h EzSQ user parameter U (00) P100 0 to 65530 1667h EzSQ user parameter U (01) P101 0 to65530 1668h EzSQ user parameter U (02) P102 0 to 65530 1669h...

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    Ver.3− − − − 112 Register Function Data Function name Monitoring and setting items code resolution 16A2h Option I/F command register to write 1 P160 0000 to FFFF 16A3h Option I/F command register to write 2 P161 0000 to FFFF 16A4h Option I/F command register to write 3 P162...

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    Ver.3− − − − 113 Register Function Function name Monitoring and setting items Data resolution code : coil number 0020h – 1E02h Coil data 2 : coil number 002Fh - : coil number 0001h – 1E03h Coil data 3 : coil number 000Fh - : coil number 0030h –...

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    Ver.3− − − − 114 (vi) List of registers (2nd control settings) Register Data Function name Function code Monitoring and setting items resolution 2103h F202 (high) Acceleration time (1), 0 to 360000 0.01 [s] 2nd motor 2104h F202 (low) 2105h Deceleration time (1), F203 (high) 0 to 360000...

  • Page 624

    0 to 2000 2429h C241 0.1[%] 2nd motor 242Ah to Unused Inaccessible 2501h Motor data selection, 2nd 0 (Hitachi standard data), 2 (auto-tuned 2502h H202 motor data), 2503h Motor capacity, 2nd motor H203 00(0.1kW)- 15 (18.5kW) : Range modified from version 3.0...

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    Ver.3− − − − 116 Register Function name Function code Monitoring and setting items Data resolution 0(2 poles), 1(4 poles), 2(6 poles), 3(8 poles), 4(10 poles), 5(12 poles), 6(14 poles), 7(16 poles), Motor poles setting, 2nd 8(18 poles), 9(20 poles), 10(22 poles), 11(24 poles), 2504h H204 motor...

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    Ver.3− − − − 117 Monitoring functions Monitoring functions Monitoring functions Monitoring functions NOTE: Parameters marked with " " in A column can set even in inverter running and marked with “ ” NOTE NOTE NOTE cannot set in inverter running. Parameters marked with " " in B column can set even in inverter running and marked with “...

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    Ver.3− − − − 118 “ “ “ “ d d d d ” ” ” ” Function Function Function Function Func. Func. A A A A B B B B U U U U nits nits nits nits Func. Func.

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    Ver.3− − − − 119 “ “ “ “ d d d d ” ” ” ” Function Function Function Function Func. Func. A A A A B B B B U U U U nits nits nits nits Func. Func.

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    Ver.3− − − − 120 Drive Parameter Setting Tables Introduction This appendix lists the user-programmable parameters for the WJ200 for version2 series inverters and the default values for European and U.S. product types. The right-most column of the tables is blank, so you can record values you have changed from the default.

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    Ver.3− − − − 121 Standard Functions NOTE E E E :. Parameters marked with " " in A column can set even in inverter running and marked with “ ” cannot set in inverter running. Parameters marked with " " in B column can set even in inverter running and marked with “...

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    Ver.3− − − − 122 “ “ “ “ A A A A ” ” ” ” Function Function D D D D efaults efaults Function Function efaults efaults Func. Func. A A A A B B B B Func. Func.

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    Ver.3− − − − 123 “ “ “ “ A A A A ” ” ” ” Function Function D D D D efaults efaults Function Function efaults efaults Func. Func. A A A A B B B B Func. Func.

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    Ver.3− − − − 124 “ “ “ “ A A A A ” ” ” ” Function Function D D D D efaults efaults Function Function efaults efaults Func. Func. A A A A B B B B Func. Func.

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    Ver.3− − − − 125 “ “ “ “ A A A A ” ” ” ” Function Function D D D D efaults efaults Function Function efaults efaults Func. Func. A A A A B B B B Func. Func.

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    Ver.3− − − − 126 “ “ “ “ A A A A ” ” ” ” Function Function D D D D efaults efaults Function Function efaults efaults Func. Func. A A A A B B B B Func. Func.

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    Ver.3− − − − 127 “ “ “ “ A A A A ” ” ” ” Function Function D D D D efaults efaults Function Function efaults efaults Func. Func. A A A A B B B B Func. Func.

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    Ver.3− − − − 128 Fine Tuning Functions “ “ “ “ b b b b ” ” ” ” Function Function D D D D efaults efaults Function Function efaults efaults Func. Func. A A A A B B B B Func.

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    Ver.3− − − − 129 “ “ “ “ b b b b ” ” ” ” Function Function D D D D efaults efaults Function Function efaults efaults Func. Func. A A A A B B B B Func. Func.

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    Ver.3− − − − 130 “ “ “ “ b b b b ” ” ” ” Function Function D D D D efaults efaults Function Function efaults efaults Func. Func. A A A A B B B B Func. Func.

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    Ver.3− − − − 131 “ “ “ “ b b b b ” ” ” ” Function Function D D D D efaults efaults Function Function efaults efaults Func. Func. A A A A B B B B Func. Func.

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    Ver.3− − − − 132 “ “ “ “ b b b b ” ” ” ” Function Function D D D D efaults efaults Function Function efaults efaults Func. Func. A A A A B B B B Func. Func.

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    Ver.3− − − − 133 “ “ “ “ b b b b ” ” ” ” Function Function D D D D efaults efaults Function Function efaults efaults Func. Func. A A A A B B B B Func. Func.

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    Ver.3− − − − 134 “ “ “ “ b b b b ” ” ” ” Function Function D D D D efaults efaults Function Function efaults efaults Func. Func. A A A A B B B B Func. Func.

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    Ver.3− − − − 135 I I I I ntelligent Terminal Functions ntelligent Terminal Functions ntelligent Terminal Functions ntelligent Terminal Functions “ “ “ “ C C C C ” ” ” ” Function Function D D D D efaults efaults Function Function...

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    Ver.3− − − − 136 “ “ “ “ C C C C ” ” ” ” Function Function D D D D efaults efaults Function Function efaults efaults A A A A B B B B Func. Func. Func. Func.

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    Ver.3− − − − 137 “ “ “ “ C C C C ” ” ” ” Function Function D D D D efaults efaults Function Function efaults efaults A A A A B B B B Func. Func. Func. Func.

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    Ver.3− − − − 138 “ “ “ “ C C C C ” ” ” ” Function Function D D D D efaults efaults Function Function efaults efaults A A A A B B B B Func. Func. Func. Func.

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    Ver.3− − − − 139 “ “ “ “ C C C C ” ” ” ” Function Function D D D D efaults efaults Function Function efaults efaults A A A A B B B B Func. Func. Func. Func.

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    Ver.3− − − − 140 “ “ “ “ F F F F ” ” ” ” F F F F unction unction unction unction D D D D efaults efaults efaults efaults Func. Func. A A A A B B B B Func.

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    Ver.3− − − − 141 I I I I nput Function S nput Function Su u u u mmary Table mmary Table – This table shows all thirty-one intelligent input functions at a glance. nput Function S nput Function S mmary Table mmary Table Detailed description of these functions, related parameters and settings, and example wiring diagrams...

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    Ver.3− − − − 142 I I I I nput Function Summary Table nput Function Summary Table nput Function Summary Table nput Function Summary Table O O O O ption ption T T T T erminal erminal ption ption erminal erminal F F F F unction Name unction Name...

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    Ver.3− − − − 143 I I I I nput Function Summary Table nput Function Summary Table nput Function Summary Table nput Function Summary Table O O O O ption ption T T T T erminal erminal ption ption erminal erminal F F F F unction Name unction Name...

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    Ver.3− − − − 144 I I I I nput Function Summary Table nput Function Summary Table nput Function Summary Table nput Function Summary Table O O O O ption ption T T T T erminal erminal ption ption erminal erminal F F F F unction Name unction Name...

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    Ver.3− − − − 145 O O O O utput Function Summary Table utput Function Summary Table utput Function Summary Table utput Function Summary Table – This table shows all functions for the logical outputs (terminals [11], [12] and [AL]) at a glance. Detailed descriptions of these functions, related parameters and settings, and example wiring diagrams are in “Using Intelligent Output Terminals”...

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    Ver.3− − − − 146 O O O O utput Function Summary Table utput Function Summary Table utput Function Summary Table utput Function Summary Table O O O O ption ption T T T T erminal erminal ption ption erminal erminal F F F F unction Name unction Name...

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    Ver.3− − − − 147 O O O O utput Function Summary Table utput Function Summary Table utput Function Summary Table utput Function Summary Table O O O O ption ption T T T T erminal erminal ption ption erminal erminal F F F F unction Name unction Name...

  • Page 657

    002 2 2 2 Motor constant selection Two option codes: 00 … Hitachi standard motor 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 2 … Auto tuned data Motor constant selection, H H H H 2 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 2...

  • Page 658

    Units Code Code Code Code 00 … Hitachi standard (Use H106-H110 for motor constants) 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 … Auto-Tuning H H H H 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 2...

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    Ver.3− − − − 150 “ “ “ “ H H H H ” ” ” ” Function Function D D D D efaults efaults Function Function efaults efaults A A A A B B B B Func. Func. Func. Func.

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    Ver.3− − − − 151 Expansion Card Functions “P” parameters will be appeared when the expansion option is connected. “ “ “ “ P P P P ” ” ” ” Function Function Function Function D D D D efaults efaults efaults efaults...

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    Ver.3− − − − 152 “ “ “ “ P P P P ” ” ” ” Function Function D D D D efaults efaults Function Function efaults efaults A A A A B B B B Func. Func. Func. Func.

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    Ver.3− − − − 153 “ “ “ “ P P P P ” ” ” ” Function Function D D D D efaults efaults Function Function efaults efaults A A A A B B B B Func. Func. Func. Func.

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    Ver.3− − − − 154 “ “ “ “ P P P P ” ” ” ” Function Function D D D D efaults efaults Function Function efaults efaults A A A A B B B B Func. Func. Func. Func.

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    Ver.3− − − − 155 “ “ “ “ P P P P ” ” ” ” Function Function Function Function D D D D efaults efaults efaults efaults A A A A B B B B Func. Func. Func. Func.

  • Page 666

    Ver.3.1− − − − 1 Additional function Ver. For Version 3.1 In This Chapter… page - Improvement of the reaction time of overload output signal ........2 - Improvement of speed detection with single-phase encoder ........3 - Addition of special monitor display and error ............4 ..........

  • Page 667

    Ver.3.1− − − − 2 Improvement of the reaction time of overload output signal Processing cycle of overload advance notice signal (OL, OL2) is selectable from 40ms / 2ms by C901. Please ・ select appropriate processing cycle for your application. C902 and C903 are available only when C901 = 01.

  • Page 668

    Ver.3.1− − − − 3 Improvement of speed detection with single-phase encoder P900 can switch half cycle / whole cycle of pulse input at speed detection with single-phase encoder. Please ・ set 01 to P900 if detection precision is not high due to the dispersion of duty ratio of single-phase encoder. If the result of speed detection with pulse input of single-phase encoder is not stable even if P900 is set to 01, ・...

  • Page 669

    Ver.3.1− − − − 4 Addition of special monitor display and error The set range of b145 has been expanded to support a new special monitor and error display. ・ In the expanded setting of b145, the signal states of EDM, GS1 and GS2 are monitored and special monitor display content or error code is showed on keypad in accordance with table Ver.3.1-5.

  • Page 670

    Ver.3.1− − − − 5 The table Ver.3.1-4 below shows the newly supported monitor display content and error codes related to the ・ parameter b145. Refer to table Ver.3.1-5 and fig Ver.3.1-2 together. Table Ver.3.1-4 Display of the Display of the Display of the Display of the Description...

  • Page 671

    Ver.3.1− − − − 6 State transition diagram (b145=05, 06) ・ Normal (Change display) operation Trip Safe stop [Display] -E99 [Display] -F01or-F02 State (6) is only for b145=05 Safe stop [Display] -F01or-F02 Safe stop Safe stop State (7) is [Display] only for -F10or-F20 [Display]...

  • Page 672

    Ver.3.1− − − − 7 Special monitor display (-S--, -F**) cancellation The parameter of b147 can be used to select whether special monitor display is canceled temporarily by ・ pressing down a key on the keypad during special monitor display (-S--, -F**) is displayed. Please refer to table Ver.3.1-5 for details of special monitor display.

  • Page 674

    Index− − − − 1 Index Index Index page - A,B,C ....................2 - D,E,F,G,H ................... 3 - I,J,K,L,M .................... 4 - N,O,P ....................5 - Q,R,S ....................6 - T,U,V,W,X,Y,Z ..................7...

  • Page 675

    Index− − − − 2 A Group function .......... 3-12 AC reactors ......... 5-3 release signal ....... 4-66 Acceleration ....... 1-23,3-11 characteristic curvers ....3-38 second function ......3-37 stop ..........3-30 C Group function ....... 3-83 two stage ........4-22 Calcurate function ......

  • Page 676

    Index− − − − 3 EzSQ related settings ........3-18 D Group parameters ......3-7 EzSQ related Data read/write selection ..... Ver.2-16 parameter related DC braking ......3-26,4-20,A-3 settings ......... 3-122 frequency detection ......3-26 (DB)settings ........3-26 DC Bus AVR ........3-78 Deadband ..........

  • Page 677

    Index− − − − 4 Linear accel/deccel ......3-38 Logic output IGBT ..........1-18,A-4 function ....... 3-102,4-75 test method ........6-17 terminals ......... 3-83,4-6 measurements techniques ....6-20 Low load detection ......4-79 procedures ........6-15 parameters ........3-94 unpacking ......... 2-2 Inertia ..........

  • Page 678

    Index− − − − 5 Periodical check ......... E-3 Permission Nameplate ........... 1-3 Of run command ......4-50 Navigational for torque command input .... 4-42 map ..........2-26 trip events ........6-13 loop ........1-25,A-5 NEC ............ A-5 clear ........... 4-32 NEMA definition ........

  • Page 679

    Index− − − − 6 precaution ........E-3 related signals ......4-49 Quick start enable......4-42 Safe stop function ....4-92,Ver.3.1-4 Saturation voltagel ......A-6 Scaling..........3-70 S-curve accel/deccel ......3-38 Ratings lebel ........1-3 Second Reactance ........... A-6 accel and deccel ......3-37 Recommended ferrule ......

  • Page 680

    Index− − − − 7 Tachometer ........A-7 V/f control ......... 3-22 Technical support......... xix Variable torque ........3-22 Term drfinition ........A-2 Variable frequency drives Terminal/program source introdution ......... 1-18 configuration ........3-12 velocity profile ........1-22 Terminals Ventilation .......... 2-8 listing .........

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