Analog voltage (current) display
Analog voltage (current) adjustment
to read another parameter.
to return to the "
twice to show the next parameter.
Adjustment by changing the frequency without adjusting the voltage (current) (Example of
changing the gain frequency from 60 Hz to 50 Hz)
Selecting the parameter
Changing the maximum frequency
Selecting the mode and the monitor item
Turn ON the start switch (STF/STR signal), and turn the frequency setting potentiometer clockwise slowly to full.
(Refer to steps 2 and 3 in
The motor is operated at 50 Hz.
• If the frequency meter (display meter) connected between terminal FM and SD (CA and 5) does not indicate exactly 60 Hz,
set the calibration parameter C0 FM/CA terminal calibration. (Refer to
• If the voltage (current) values at the gain and bias frequencies are too close to each other, an error "
• Changing C4 (Pr.903) or C7 (Pr.905) (gain adjustment) will not change Pr.20.
Input to terminal 1 (frequency setting auxiliary input) is added to the frequency setting signal.
• For operation outline of the parameter unit (FR-PU07), refer to the Instruction Manual of the FR-PU07.
• To set the value to 120 Hz or higher, the Pr.18 High speed maximum frequency needs to be 120 Hz or higher. (Refer to
• Use the calibration parameter C2 (Pr.902) or C5 (Pr.904) to set the bias frequency. (Refer to
5.12 (T) Multi-function input terminal parameters
to display the analog voltage (current) value (%) currently applied to terminal 2 (4).
is turned, the gain voltage (current) value (%) currently set to the parameter appears.
until the desired gain voltage (current) value (%) appears.
to confirm the selection. The analog voltage (current) % and "
after step 6 to check the present bias/gain frequency setting. The setting cannot be checked after step 7.
" (Pr.125) appears for terminal 2, or "
to read the present set value. (60.00 Hz)
to change the set value to "
to confirm the selection. "
three times to select the monitor mode, and change the monitor item to the frequency.
". (50.00 Hz)
" and "
") are displayed
" (Pr.126) for terminal 4.
") are displayed alternately.
" may be