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INVERTER
Plug-in option
FR-A7NF
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
FL remote communication
function
PRE-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION
INVERTER SETTING
FL REMOTE COMMUNICATION
CYCLIC TRANSMISSION
MESSAGE TRANSMISSON
DESCRIPTION AND CORRECTIVE
ACTION OF FAULT INDICATION
TROUBLESHOOTING
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2
WIRING
3
4
5
FUNCTION
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  • Page 1 INVERTER PRE-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS Plug-in option FR-A7NF INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION MANUAL WIRING INVERTER SETTING FL remote communication FL REMOTE COMMUNICATION function FUNCTION CYCLIC TRANSMISSION MESSAGE TRANSMISSON DESCRIPTION AND CORRECTIVE ACTION OF FAULT INDICATION TROUBLESHOOTING...
  • Page 2: Safety Instructions

    Thank you for choosing this Mitsubishi Inverter plug-in option. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS This Instruction Manual gives handling information and precautions for use of this equipment. Incorrect handling might cause an unexpected fault. Before using the equipment, please 1. Electric Shock Prevention read this manual carefully to use the equipment to its optimum.
  • Page 3 2. Injury Prevention 3) Usage WARNING CAUTION • The voltage applied to each terminal must be the ones • Do not modify the equipment. • Do not perform parts removal which is not instructed in this specified in the Instruction Manual. Otherwise burst, damage, etc.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    — CONTENTS — 1 PRE-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS Inverter model ............................1 Unpacking and product confirmation ....................2 1.2.1 Product confirmation............................2 1.2.2 SERIAL number check ...........................3 Parts ..............................7 LED status ............................8 1.4.1 Device status LED (DEV), remote status LED (RMT) ..................9 1.4.2 Transmitting (TX)/receiving (RX) LED ......................
  • Page 5 Wiring..............................19 4 INVERTER SETTING Parameter list ...........................21 Operation mode setting........................24 4.2.1 Operation mode indication..........................24 4.2.2 Operation mode switchover method......................25 Selection of control source for the Network operation mode .............30 Operation at communication error occurrence ................32 4.4.1 Operation selection at communication error occurrence (Pr. 501, Pr. 502) ..........32 4.4.2 Fault and measures............................
  • Page 6 Input data (inverter to master) ......................52 6.3.1 Inverter status monitor..........................53 6.3.2 Fault code..............................55 6.3.3 Life/warning ..............................55 6.3.4 Output frequency monitor ..........................57 6.3.5 Output current monitor..........................57 7 MESSAGE TRANSMISSON Error response at word block read/write ..................61 Word block read/write ........................62 7.2.1 Virtual address space of word block read/write ....................
  • Page 7: Pre-operation Instructions

    PRE-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS Inverter model The inverter model, 55K and 75K stated in this Instruction Manual differs according to each -NA, -EC, - CH(T) versions. Refer to the following correspondence table for each inverter model. (Refer to the Instruction Manual of each inverter for the inverter model.) For example, "for the 75K or higher"...
  • Page 8: Unpacking And Product Confirmation

    PRE-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS Unpacking and product confirmation Take the plug-in option out of the package, check the product name, and confirm that the product is as you ordered and intact. This product is a plug-in option for the FR-A700/F700(P) series inverter. 1.2.1 Product confirmation Check the enclosed items.
  • Page 9: Serial Number Check

    PRE-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS 1.2.2 SERIAL number check The plug-in option is compatible with the inverter having the following SERIAL number or later. Check the SERIAL number indicated on the inverter rating plate or package. SERIAL number check Refer to the inverter manual for the location of the rating plate. Rating plate example SERIAL Symbol Year...
  • Page 10 PRE-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS FR-F700 series NA specification Model SERIAL number FR-F720-00046 to 04750-NA, or later FR-F740-00023 to 12120-NA FR-F700 series EC specification Model SERIAL number FR-F740-00023 to 00620-EC, or later FR-CF70-EC, FR-CF70-ECT FR-F700 series CHT specification Model SERIAL number FR-F740-0.75K to 55K-CHT, or later FR-F740-S75K to S630K-CHT...
  • Page 11 PRE-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS (2) PU operation interlock (X12 signal) specification The FR-F700P series and the inverters with the following TC and SERIAL numbers are operated in the PU operation interlock (X12 signal) specification when connected with FR-A7NF. FR-A700 series Japanese and NA specification Model SERIAL number FR-A720-...
  • Page 12 PRE-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS FR-A700 series CHT specification Model TC number SERIAL number or later FR-A740-0.4K to 1.5K-CHT or later or later FR-A740-2.2K/3.7K-CHT or later or later FR-A740-5.5K/7.5K-CHT or later or later FR-A740-11K/15K-CHT or later or later FR-A740-18.5/22K-CHT or later or later FR-A740-30K to 45K-CHT or later or later...
  • Page 13: Parts

    PRE-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS Parts Connector for communication LED (operation status indication) Connect to the network by Lit/flicker/OFF of the LED indicate inverter (Refer to page 8) connecting a FL-net dedicated operation status. cable. Front view Rear view D1 D2 D3 D4 Mounting hole FR-A7NF...
  • Page 14: Led Status

    PRE-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS LED status Each LED indicates the operating status of the option unit and network according to the indication status. D1 D2 D3 D4 D1 D2 D3 D4 FR-A7NF D1: Communication set status LED (CHG) D2: Device status LED (DEV) D3: Reception/transmission LED (TX/RX) D4: Remote status LED (RMT)
  • Page 15: Device Status Led (dev), Remote Status Led (rmt)

    PRE-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS 1.4.1 Device status LED (DEV), remote status LED (RMT) LED Status Node Status Description Power is OFF The inverter power is OFF. · Node address is out of range (other than 1 to 64). · Optional board fault ·...
  • Page 16: Transmitting (tx)/receiving (rx) Led

    PRE-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS LED Status Node Status Description Although it is connected to the FL remote, setting error is found. Setting error (When the slave is not the one the master is expected.) Duplicate node When node address is duplicate with other node address :OFF, : red is lit, : green is lit,...
  • Page 17: Specifications

    PRE-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS Specifications 1.5.1 Inverter option specifications Power supply Supplied from the inverter Type Inverter plug-in option (can be mounted/dismounted to/from the inverter front face) FL-net dedicated cable Refer to page 18 1.5.2 Communication specifications Maximum number of 64 units maximum connectable inverters Communication speed Auto negotiation (auto detection) (10Mbps/100Mbps)
  • Page 18: Installation

    INSTALLATION Pre-installation instructions Make sure that the input power of the inverter is OFF. CAUTION With input power ON, do not install or remove the plug-in option. Otherwise, the inverter and plug-in option may be damaged. Static electricity in your body must be discharged before you touch the product. Otherwise the product may be damaged.
  • Page 19: Installation Of The Communication Option Led Display Cover

    INSTALLATION Installation of the communication option LED display cover Mount the cover for displaying the operation status indication LED for the communication option on the inverter front cover. Cut off hooks on the rear of the inverter front Fit the communication option LED display cover with nipper, etc.
  • Page 20: Installation Procedure

    INSTALLATION Installation procedure 1) Remove the inverter front cover. 2) Mount the hex-head screw for option mounting into the inverter screw hole (on earth plate) (size 5.5mm, tightening torque 0.56N m to 0.75N m). 3) Securely fit the connector of the plug-in Screw hole for option to the inverter connector along option mounting...
  • Page 21 INSTALLATION CAUTION One of " " (option fault) appears when the inverter cannot rec- • ognize the option because it is improperly mounted, etc. One of the faults also appears when an incompatible option is mounted to the inverter. Different indica- tion will appear according to the mounted position (connector 1, 2, or 3).
  • Page 22: Node Address Setting

    INSTALLATION Node address setting Set the node address between "1 to 64" using node address switches on the FR-A7NF (Refer to page 7). The setting is applied when the power turns OFF once, then ON again. Set the arrow ( ) of the corresponding switches to the number to set a desired address. Setting example Node address 1: Node address 26:...
  • Page 23: Wiring

    WIRING Connection to network (1) Be sure to check the following before connecting the inverter to the network. · Check that the FR-A7NF is correctly mounted to the inverter. (Refer to page 14) · Check that the correct node address is set. (Refer to page 16) ·...
  • Page 24: Cable Specifications

    WIRING Cable specifications Connect the FR-A7NF option unit to the FL remote network using the FL-net dedicated cable below. Cables : TPCC5 or more (Twisted Pair Communication Cable for LAN Category 5) For the shape, use STP (Shielded Twisted Pair) (according to the 100BASE-TX(IEEE802.3u) standard) Maximum wiring length:100m maximum between hub and inverter.
  • Page 25: Wiring

    WIRING Wiring For wiring of the inverter which has one front cover, route wires between the control circuit terminal block and front cover. If cables can not be routed between the control circuit terminal block and front cover (about 7mm), remove a hook of the front cover and use a space become available. For wiring of the inverter which has front cover 1 and 2, use the space on the left side of the control circuit terminal block.
  • Page 26 WIRING CAUTION Do not connect the parameter unit (FR-PU07, etc.) to the FR-A7NF communication connector. Doing so will damage the option. When performing wiring using the space between the inverter front cover and control circuit terminal block, take care not to subject the cable to stress. After wiring, wire offcuts must not be left in the inverter.
  • Page 27: Inverter Setting

    INVERTER SETTING Parameter list The following parameters are used for the communication option (FR-A7NF) Minimum Parameter Initial Refer to Name Setting Range Setting Number Value Page Increments Speed display 0, 1 to 9998 0, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 102, Speed setting switchover 104, 106, 108, 110 Communication error occurrence...
  • Page 28 INVERTER SETTING Parameters whose functions are always the same When the FR-A7NF is mounted to the inverter, following parameter functions are always the same. (Changed setting is invalid even if the setting value is changed.) Parameter Refer Name Setting Number Function to Page Network operation mode...
  • Page 29: Fl Remote Communication

    INVERTER SETTING Parameter Refer Name Setting Function Number to Page Started in Network operation mode. Operation Communication startup mode mode can be changed between the PU selection operation mode and Network operation mode from the operation panel. Communication EEPROM write Parameter values written by communication are —...
  • Page 30: Operation Mode Setting

    INVERTER SETTING Operation mode setting Powering ON the inverter with the communication option (FR-A7NF) mounted starts the inverter in Network operation mode. (1) Network operation [NET] ... Controls the inverter with instructions from the network via the communication option. Functions of Pr.79 and Pr.340 are always the same when the FR-A7NF is mounted.
  • Page 31: Operation Mode Switchover Method

    INVERTER SETTING 4.2.2 Operation mode switchover method Power-on External operation PU operation Network operation * When powering ON the inverter with the FR-A7NF mounted, the inverter starts in Network operation mode.
  • Page 32 INVERTER SETTING Operation mode switchover Symbol Switchover Type Switchover Method The operation mode can not be switched in power-ON status. After powering OFF the inverter, remove the FR-A7NF, then power ON the inverter again. Then, press External operation → PU operation of the PU (FR-DU07/FR-PU07/FR-PU04).
  • Page 33 INVERTER SETTING (1) Operation mode switching by the PU/NET operation switchover signal (X65) Combination of the FL remote communication control input command (PU/NET signal) (refer to page 49) and the external terminal RES (X65 signal) determines ON/OFF of the PU/NET operation switchover signal and the operation mode as shown in the below table.
  • Page 34 INVERTER SETTING (2) Operation mode switching by the PU operation interlock signal (X12) PU operation interlock is a function that forcefully changes the operation mode to the Network operation mode at turn-OFF of the X12 signal (Bit 11), which gives operation commands through FL remote communication.
  • Page 35 INVERTER SETTING <Function/operation changed by switching ON-OFF the X12 signal> Operating Condition Operation Switching to PU X12 Signal Operating Status Operation Mode Operation Mode Status mode ON → OFF During stop If Network operation frequency Disallowed setting and start signal are ON →...
  • Page 36: Selection Of Control Source For The Network Operation Mode

    INVERTER SETTING Selection of control source for the Network operation mode ⋅ As control sources, there are operation command source that controls signals related to the start command and function selection of the inverter and speed command source that controls signals related to frequency setting.
  • Page 37 INVERTER SETTING Operation valid Operation command Remarks location STF signal Forward rotation command — STR signal Reverse rotation command — RL signal Low-speed operation command Pr. 59 = "0" RM signal Middle-speed operation command (multi-speed) Operation Pr. 59 = "1, 2" (remote) command RH signal High-speed operation command...
  • Page 38: Operation At Communication Error Occurrence

    INVERTER SETTING Operation at communication error occurrence 4.4.1 Operation selection at communication error occurrence (Pr. 501, Pr. 502) You can select operations at communication error occurrences by setting Pr. 501 and Pr. 502 under network operation. (1) Display and erasure of communication error occurrence count The cumulative number of communication error occurrences can be indicated.
  • Page 39 INVERTER SETTING (2) Inverter operation at communication error occurrence If a communication line error or an error of the option unit itself occurs when the FR-A7NF is mounted, the inverter operates in the same manner as when Pr. 502 Stop mode selection at communication error = "1"...
  • Page 40: Fault And Measures

    INVERTER SETTING 4.4.2 Fault and measures (1) The inverter operates as follows at fault occurrences. Operation Mode Fault Status Network External Location PU Operation Operation Operation Inverter operation Inverter trip Inverter trip Inverter trip Inverter Data communication Continued Continued Continued Decelerated to Inverter operation Continued...
  • Page 41 INVERTER SETTING (2) Measures at fault occurrences Fault Indication Fault Definition Measures · Check that a cable is not disconnected from the communication Communication connector. E.OP1, E.OP2, E.OP3 option fault · Check that a cable between own node and other nodes (including switching hub) is not disconnected.
  • Page 42: Inverter Reset

    INVERTER SETTING Inverter reset Operation conditions of inverter reset Which resetting method is allowed or not in each operation mode is described below. Operation Mode Resetting Method Network External Operation Operation Operation Inverter reset Not allowed Not allowed Not allowed Reset from the network Error reset at inverter fault Allowed...
  • Page 43: Frequency And Speed Conversion Specifications

    INVERTER SETTING Frequency and speed conversion specifications When setting or monitoring a frequency through the FR-A7NF, the frequency is set or monitored in 0.01Hz increments regardless of the Pr. 37 Speed display setting. When setting or monitoring a speed through the FR-A7NF, the speed is calculated with Pr.144 Speed setting switchover as shown below.
  • Page 44: Fl Remote Communication Function

    FL REMOTE COMMUNICATION FUNCTION Functions 5.1.1 Output from the inverter to the network Main items to be output from the inverter (FR-A7NF) to the network and their descriptions are explained below. ( : with function, : without function) × Cyclic Message Refer to Item...
  • Page 45: Input To The Inverter From The Network

    FL REMOTE COMMUNICATION FUNCTION 5.1.2 Input to the inverter from the network Main items which can be commanded from the network to the inverter and their descriptions are explained below. ( : with function, : without function) × Cyclic Message Refer to Item Description...
  • Page 46: Types Of Data Communication

    FL REMOTE COMMUNICATION FUNCTION Types of data communication FL remote data communication supports "cyclic transmission" which transmits data periodically (refer to page 41) and "message transmission" which transmits data non-periodically (refer to page 58). Message data Cyclic data with token Cyclic transmission Cyclic transmission + message transmission...
  • Page 47: Cyclic Transmission

    CYCLIC TRANSMISSION Cyclic transmission transmits data periodically. Each node shares data through common memory. (Refer to page 42 for common memory. ) Data of I/O area is updated periodically by cyclic transmission. The master controls the inverter by setting run command (control input command, set frequency, etc.) in the output data area.
  • Page 48: Common Memory

    CYCLIC TRANSMISSION Common memory Concept of common memory is stated below. (1) The common memory is used as a shared memory between nodes which perform cyclic transmission. (2) The common memory has two areas which are "common memory area 1" and "common memory area 2".
  • Page 49 CYCLIC TRANSMISSION (6) Among common memory, both common memory area 1 and common memory 2 can be set as a transmission area of one node as desired within the maximum area. (7) Each node on FL remote network can share the same data in the whole system by broadcasting data at a constant period.
  • Page 50: Common Memory Area 1

    CYCLIC TRANSMISSION 6.1.1 Common memory area 1 Size Description Refer to Page Input data 256 words Data to be sent from inverter to master (4 words). (512 byte) The data includes inverter status, output frequency, etc. (Inverter→master) Output data 256 words Data to be sent from master to inverter (4 words).
  • Page 51: Common Memory Area 2

    CYCLIC TRANSMISSION 6.1.2 Common memory area 2 Size Control information (inverter → master) 1024 word (2048 byte) Control information (master → inverter) 1024 word (2048 byte) Applications Virtual address Address Size Description (byte (word (word (Number in parentheses indicates node boundary) boundary) boundary)
  • Page 52 CYCLIC TRANSMISSION (1) Control information (inverter→master) <Slave status> Value Slave status FL remote network is not connected FL remote network remote at a stop FL remote network remote connection processing FL remote network remote operating Master is not present Own node is disconnected Setting error <Actual slave type>...
  • Page 53 CYCLIC TRANSMISSION (2) Control information (master→inverter) <Remote control area> b15 b14 b13 b12 b11 b10 b9 Not used Remote control flag 0: Remote control stop 1: Remote control start <Expected slave type> Refer to page 46 for <Actual slave type> <Simple setting check area>...
  • Page 54: Output Data (master To Inverter)

    CYCLIC TRANSMISSION Output data (master to inverter) [Master output area (from master → inverter)] Address (word boundary) Applications Word (n: node address) 4(n-1)+256 Control input command (Refer to page 49) 4(n-1)+257 — (not used) 4(n-1)+258 Set frequency (0.01 Hz increments) (Refer to page51) 4(n-1)+259 —...
  • Page 55: Control Input Command

    CYCLIC TRANSMISSION 6.2.1 Control input command Set control input command such as forward and reverse rotation commands. Related Signal Description Parameter Forward Bit0 Bit1 Command STF signal rotation Forward rotation: 0 Reverse rotation: 0 Stop command command Forward rotation Forward rotation: 1 Reverse rotation: 0 —...
  • Page 56 CYCLIC TRANSMISSION Related Signal Description Parameter MRS signal 0: output shut off cancel, Output stop Pr.17 1: output shut off — (not used) (Always 0) — PU/NET 0: Network operation mode, PU/NET operation 1: PU operation mode — signal *1, *2 (Refer to page 27 for details) switchover PU operation interlock (Refer to page 28)
  • Page 57: Set Frequency

    CYCLIC TRANSMISSION When Pr. 59 Remote function selection = "1" or "2", the functions of the RL, RM and RH signals are changed as given in the table. When Pr. 270 Stop-on contact/load torque high-speed frequency control selection = "1", functions of RL and RT signals are changed as in the table.
  • Page 58: Input Data (inverter To Master)

    CYCLIC TRANSMISSION Input data (inverter to master) [Master input area (inverter → master)] Address (word boundary) Applications Word (n: node address) 4(n-1)+0 Inverter status monitor (Refer to page 53) 4(n-1)+1 Life/warning (Refer to page55) Fault code (Refer to page 55) 4(n-1)+2 Output frequency monitor (Refer to page 57) 4(n-1)+3...
  • Page 59: Inverter Status Monitor

    CYCLIC TRANSMISSION 6.3.1 Inverter status monitor Monitors the output signal of the inverter from the network. Signal Description Related parameter During forward Bit0 Bit1 Operation — rotation Forward rotation: 0 Reverse rotation: 0 During stop Forward rotation: 1 Reverse rotation: 0 During forward rotation Forward rotation: 0 Reverse rotation: 1...
  • Page 60 CYCLIC TRANSMISSION Signal Description Related parameter — (not used) (Always 0) — 0: Parameter change disabled (X12 signal = "0") Edit signal Edit enabled — 1: Parameter change enabled (X12 signal = "1") 0: Command (run command/speed command) can not be given through network 11 NET signal —...
  • Page 61: Fault Code

    CYCLIC TRANSMISSION 6.3.2 Fault code Description of an alarm that occurred in the inverter can be read. Name Description When a fault occurs in the inverter, fault code is displayed. 0 to 7 Fault code (Refer to page 80) 6.3.3 Life/warning Whether the control circuit capacitor, main circuit capacitor, cooling fan, and each parts of the inrush current limit circuit have reached the life warning output level or not can be checked.
  • Page 62 CYCLIC TRANSMISSION Name Description 0: without warning, 1: with warning This function detects that the cooling fan speed falls 50% or below and outputs a Cooling fan life warning. (The setting value goes back to 0 when the part is replaced.) 0: without warning, 1: with warning Counts the number of contact (relay, contactor, thyristor) ON times and counts Inrush current limit circuit...
  • Page 63: Output Frequency Monitor

    CYCLIC TRANSMISSION 6.3.4 Output frequency monitor The output frequency of the inverter can be monitored in 0.01Hz increments. Range Unit 0 to 15 0.00Hz to 400.00Hz 0.01Hz Example: If the monitor value is 120.00Hz, 12000 (the value multiplied by 100) is displayed. REMARKS Regardless of the Pr.
  • Page 64: Message Transmisson

    MESSAGE TRANSMISSON Message transmission is a non-periodic data communication method to communicate to a specified node when send request is given. Basic function of message transmission is as follows. (1) When a node receives a token, one frame can be sent before sending cyclic frame. (2) The message frame size which can be sent at a time is 1024 byte maximum.
  • Page 65 MESSAGE TRANSMISSON For "one-to-one message transmission", whether the other node has received data correctly or not is checked. For "one-to-n message transmission", response is not given after receipt of a message. Request One-to-one message Response transmission Node 1 Node 2 Node 3 Node 4 Request...
  • Page 66 MESSAGE TRANSMISSON Following functions are provided with a message transmission. Refer to Function Description Page Performs data read/write per word unit (one address 16 bits) to the Word block read/write virtual address space (32-bit address space) of other node from the network.
  • Page 67: Error Response At Word Block Read/write

    MESSAGE TRANSMISSON Error response at word block read/write Error response may be received when reading/writing the product information of connected Mitsubishi inverter. In such a case, error code is attached to the data portion. The list of error code is shown below. Error code Description REMARKS...
  • Page 68: Word Block Read/write

    MESSAGE TRANSMISSON Word block read/write Performs data read/write per word unit (one address 16-bit unit) to the virtual address space (32 bit address space) of other node from the network. (1) Word block read Item Data Portion Request Not applicable Offset Bit 15 to Bit 0 Normal...
  • Page 69: Virtual Address Space Of Word Block Read/write

    MESSAGE TRANSMISSON 7.2.1 Virtual address space of word block read/write Message Applications Virtual Access address Refer Address Size (byte to Page (word (word Description Read Write boundary) boundary) boundary) Common memory × H00000000 0 to 511 Input/output data area 1 Control information ×...
  • Page 70: Product Information

    When accessing a message, the access size should be the size stated in the table above. <Word block read (maker name)> Item Data Portion Request Not applicable Returns "MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION". The rest are the characters for space. Offset Bit 15 to Bit 8 Bit 7 to Bit 0 Second character First character...
  • Page 71 MESSAGE TRANSMISSON <Word block read (product name)> Item Data Portion Request Not applicable For the 200V class FR-A700, "FR-A720" is returned. The rest are the characters for space. Offset Bit 15 to Bit 8 Bit 7 to Bit 0 Normal Second character First character response...
  • Page 72: Operation Mode

    MESSAGE TRANSMISSON 7.2.3 Operation mode The operation mode of the inverter can be read from the network. Message Applications Access Virtual address (byte boundary) Address Size Description Read Write (word boundary) (word boundary) × H100000C8 Operation mode When accessing a message, the access size should be the size stated in the table above. <Word block read (operation mode)>...
  • Page 73: Inverter Status

    MESSAGE TRANSMISSON 7.2.4 Inverter status Monitors the output signal of the inverter from network. Message Applications Access Virtual address (byte boundary) Address Size Description Read Write (word boundary) (word boundary) × H100000DC Inverter status When accessing a message, the access size should be the size stated in the table above. <Word block read (inverter status)>...
  • Page 74: Set Frequency

    MESSAGE TRANSMISSON 7.2.5 Set frequency Set frequency can be read from RAM or EEPROM in 0.01Hz increments. Message Applications Access Virtual address (byte boundary) Address Size Description Read Write (word boundary) (word boundary) × H100000F0 Set frequency (EEPROM/RAM) × H100000F2 Set frequency (RAM) When accessing a message, the access size should be the size stated in the table above.
  • Page 75: Inverter Monitor

    MESSAGE TRANSMISSON 7.2.6 Inverter monitor Inverter monitored value can be read. <Word block read (inverter monitor)> Item Data Portion Request Not applicable Inverter monitor value is returned. Normal Offset Bit 15 to Bit 0 response Inverter monitor value (Refer to page 70) Response Error Offset...
  • Page 76 MESSAGE TRANSMISSON Inverter monitor value of each monitor is as in the table below. Refer to the inverter manual for details of each monitor. (When accessing a message, the access size should be 2 byte (1 word).) Code Code Description Unit Description Unit...
  • Page 77 MESSAGE TRANSMISSON Code Code Description Unit Description Unit number number H10000234 BACnet valid APDU counter 0.01kW/ H1000022E Cumulative power (upper 16 bits) BACnet communication error 0.1kW H10000236 counter H10000230 BACnet reception status H10000238 Terminal CA output level — H10000232 BACnet token pass counter H1000023A Terminal AM output level —...
  • Page 78: Parameter

    MESSAGE TRANSMISSON 7.2.7 Parameter Inverter parameters can be read or written through the network. Refer to the inverter manual for details of the parameters. Message Applications Access Virtual address (byte boundary) Address Size Description Read Write (word boundary) (word boundary) H100007D0 1000 Pr.
  • Page 79 MESSAGE TRANSMISSON <Word block read (parameter)> Item Data Portion Request Not applicable Specified parameter values return. Normal Offset Bit 15 to Bit 0 response Parameter value Response Error Offset Bit 15 to Bit 0 response Error code (Refer to page 61) <Word block write (parameter)>...
  • Page 80: Calibration Parameters

    MESSAGE TRANSMISSON 7.2.8 Calibration parameters Calibration parameters of the inverter can be read or written through the network. Refer to the inverter manual for details of each calibration parameters. Message Applications Access Virtual address (byte boundary) Address Size Description Read Write (word boundary) (word boundary)
  • Page 81 MESSAGE TRANSMISSON <Word block write (calibration parameter)> Item Data Portion Specified calibration parameter values are written. Request Offset Bit 15 to Bit 0 Calibration parameter value Normal Not applicable response Response Error Offset Bit 15 to Bit 0 response Error code (Refer to page 61)
  • Page 82: Fault Record

    MESSAGE TRANSMISSON 7.2.9 Fault record Faults history can be monitored up to eight past faults occurred in the inverter. Message Applications Access Virtual address (byte boundary) Address Size Description Read Write (word boundary) (word boundary) × H10001770 3000 Faults history batch clear ×...
  • Page 83 MESSAGE TRANSMISSON <Word block write (fault description all clear)> Item Data Portion Faults history can be cleared. Offset Bit 15 to Bit 0 Request Any value is set. Normal Not applicable response Response Error Offset Bit 15 to Bit 0 response Error code (Refer to page 61) <Word block read (fault code)>...
  • Page 84 MESSAGE TRANSMISSON <Word block read (fault display)> Item Data Portion Request Not applicable Fault display (5 characters) is returned as a character string. (Refer to page 80) The rest one character is space character. Normal Offset Bit 15 to Bit 8 Bit 7 to Bit 0 response Second character...
  • Page 85 MESSAGE TRANSMISSON <Word block read (fault name)> Item Data Portion Request Not applicable Fault name is returned in a character string. The rest are space characters. (Refer to page 80) Offset Bit 15 to Bit 8 Bit 7 to Bit 0 Second character First character Normal...
  • Page 86 MESSAGE TRANSMISSON Fault code Refer to the inverter manual for details of faults record. Fault Fault Fault Fault Fault name Fault name code * Indication code * Indication H0070 E.BE Brake transistor fault detection ⎯ H0000 No fault Output side earth (ground) fault Overcurrent shut-off during acceler- H0080 E.GF...
  • Page 87 MESSAGE TRANSMISSON Fault Fault Fault Fault Fault name Fault name code * Indication code * Indication H00C7 E.AIE Analog input error H00E6 E.PID PID signal fault H00C8 E.USB USB communication error H00F1 Option1 fault H00D0 E.OS Overspeed occurrence H00F2 Option2 fault H00D1 E.OSD Speed deviation excess detection...
  • Page 88: Network Parameter Read

    MESSAGE TRANSMISSON Network parameter read With this function, network parameter information of other node is read from network. Item Data Portion Request Not applicable Offset Bit 15 to Bit 8 Bit 7 to Bit 0 Remarks Second character First character Node name Fourth character Third character...
  • Page 89 MESSAGE TRANSMISSON Item Data Portion Offset Bit 15 to Bit 8 Bit 7 to Bit 0 Remarks Minimum permissible (spare) 1.0ms always clearance (spare) Link status Refer to page 84 (spare) Protocol H80 always Higher-layer status Refer to page 84 0 to 65535ms Normal response...
  • Page 90 MESSAGE TRANSMISSON <Link status> Node status 0: Disconnect, 1: Participate Communication invalid is detection 0: Undetected, 1: Detected Higher layer operation signal 0: Normal, 1: Error Common memory data 0: Invalid, 1: Valid Common memory setting 0: Uncompleted, 1: Completed Address duplication 0: Undetected, 1: Detected <Higher-layer status>...
  • Page 91: Log Data Read

    MESSAGE TRANSMISSON Log data read With this function, log information of other node is read from network. Item Data Portion Request Not applicable Offset Bit 7 to Bit 0 Remarks The number of communication socket transmitting times The number of communication socket transmitting error times The number of Ethernet transmitting error times +12 to +20 —...
  • Page 92 MESSAGE TRANSMISSON Item Data Portion Offset Bit 7 to Bit 0 Remarks +108 The number of cyclic TBN error times +112 The number of cyclic BSIZE error times +116 to — +140 +144 The number of message transmission retransmitting times +148 The number of message transmission retransmitting over times +152 to...
  • Page 93 MESSAGE TRANSMISSON Item Data Portion Offset Bit 7 to Bit 0 Remarks +268 The number of token monitoring time out times +272 to — +284 +288 Total operation times +292 The number of frame waiting status times +296 Entry time +300 The number of times disconnected Normal...
  • Page 94: Log Data Clear

    MESSAGE TRANSMISSON Log data clear Clears log information (Refer to page 85) of other node from network. Item Data Portion Request Not applicable Normal Not applicable response Response Error Offset Bit 15 to Bit 0 response Error code (Refer to page 61)
  • Page 95: Profile Read

    MESSAGE TRANSMISSON Profile read With this function, system parameter of device profile of other node is read from network. Item Data Portion Request Not applicable Offset Bit 15 to Bit 0 Normal response Read data (see the table below for details) Response Error Offset...
  • Page 96 MESSAGE TRANSMISSON SYSPARA Name character Parameter description Parameter Name Data Type Length Character Length Character Device profile common specification "COMVER" INTEGER version System parameter "ID" PrintableString "SYSPARA" recognition character System parameter change "REV" INTEGER number [INTEGER], 2, (0001-9999), (Example) 2007 System parameter change "REVDATE"...
  • Page 97 MESSAGE TRANSMISSON INVPARA Name Character Parameter Description Parameter Name Data Type Length Character Length Character Device specific parameter "ID" PrintableString "DEVPARA" distinguishing characters MAC address (6 byte) MAC address "MACADDRESS" INTEGER (Example) 08 00 70 46 D0 00 ROM number Firmware version (Inverter) "INV VER"...
  • Page 98 MESSAGE TRANSMISSON Arrangement of transfer syntax data (coded) Identifier Length Description 81AA Identifier Length Description Identifier Length Description "COMVER" "ID" "SYSPARA" "REV" "REVDATE" Identifier Length Description Identifier Length Description 07D7 Identifier Length Description "DVCATEGORY" "INV" "VENDOR" "MELCO " "DVMODEL" "FR-A7NF " Identifier Length Description...
  • Page 99: Message Loopback

    MESSAGE TRANSMISSON Message loopback Perform communication test of device by returning message data received. Item Data Portion Offset Bit 15 to Bit 0 Request Any data up to 1024 byte. Offset Bit 15 to Bit 0 Normal Response response Same data as request data is sent.
  • Page 100: Description And Corrective Action Of Fault Indication

    DESCRIPTION AND CORRECTIVE ACTION OF FAULT INDICATION Description and countermeasure for the fault indication are stated below. (1) Fault When a fault occurs, the inverter trips and a fault signal is output. When the protective function is activated, refer to the inverter manual to take the appropriate countermeasure and reset the inverter to perform operation again.
  • Page 101: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING If a fault occurs and the inverter fails to operate properly, locate the cause of the fault and take proper corrective action by referring to the troubleshooting below. If the corresponding information is not found in the table, the inverter has problem, or the component parts are damaged, contact your sales representative.
  • Page 102 TROUBLESHOOTING Display Operation Possible Causes Check Point Countermeasure LED of the panel of FR-A7NF * inverter The inverter is not DEV (D2) participated in FL remote network and communication RMT (D4) between the FR-A7NF and switching hub is E.OP1 Check that no break in the cable Make sure to connect the disconnected.
  • Page 103 MEMO...
  • Page 104 REVISIONS *The manual number is given on the bottom left of the back cover. Print Date *Manual Number Revision Jan. 2008 IB(NA)-0600328ENG-A First edition Jun. 2009 IB(NA)-0600328ENG-B Addition Compatible with the FR-F700 series Nov. 2010 IB(NA)-0600328ENG-C Addition Compatible with the FR-F700P series PU operation interlock (X12 signal) specification Nov.
  • Page 105 INVERTER HEAD OFFICE: TOKYO BUILDING 2-7-3, MARUNOUCHI, CHIYODA-KU, TOKYO 100-8310, JAPAN IB(NA)-0600328ENG-D(1111) MEE Printed in Japan Specifications subject to change without notice.

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