Selection of additive method for PID calculation result
• When ratio is selected as the additive method (Pr.128 = "42, 43"), PID calculation result × (ratio of main speed) is added
to the main speed. The ratio is determined by the Pr.125 Terminal 2 frequency setting gain frequency and C2 (Pr.902)
Terminal 2 frequency setting bias frequency settings. In the initial status, 0 to 60 Hz is set for 0 to 100%. Thus, 60 Hz
main speed is regarded as 100%, and the 30 Hz main speed is regarded as 50%.
• Even if C4 (Pr.903) is set to other than 100%, the frequency setting signal is treated at 100%.
• Even if C3 (Pr.902) is set to other than 0%, the frequency setting signal is treated as 0%.
• If C2(Pr.902) is set to other than 0 Hz, the frequency setting signal is 0% at the C2 (Pr.902) frequency setting or below.
Setting the upper and lower limits of the PID manipulated amount
• Set the upper and lower limits of the PID manipulated amount.
• The upper limit of the manipulated amount is the frequency obtained by adding the value resulting from frequency
conversion of Pr.1134 to the main speed.
The lower limit of the manipulated amount is the frequency obtained by subtracting the value resulting from frequency
conversion of Pr.1135 from the main speed.
• The following signals can be used by assigning functions to Pr.178 to Pr.189 (Input terminal function selection) and
Pr.190 to Pr.196 (Output terminal function selection).
• Input signal
PID control valid
PID P control
Frequency setting signal
When this signal is assigned to the input terminal, PID control is enabled when this signal is
PID control is switched between forward and reverse action without changing parameters by
turning ON this signal.
Integral and differential values can be reset by turning ON this signal.
Upper limit of PID manipulated amount
Lower limit of PID manipulated amount
Output frequency considering upper/lower limit
of PID manipulated amount
5.14 (A) Application parameters