At a stop condition, the motor is accelerated at the Pr. 13 "Starting frequency" (0.01 Hz under PM
The output frequency to be compared with the Pr. 522 setting is the output frequency before slip
compensation (V/F control and Advanced magnetic flux vector control), or the speed command
value converted into the frequency (PM motor control).
Steepness of the slope depends on the acceleration/deceleration time settings such as Pr. 7.
Motor coasts when the command value drops to Pr. 522 or lower while the start signal is ON. If the
command value exceeds Pr. 522+2 Hz again while coasting, the motor starts running at Pr. 13
Starting frequency (0.01 Hz under PM motor control). When the motor re-accelerates after coast-
ing, the inverter may trip in some parameter settings. (Activation of the restart function is recom-
mended especially for a PM motor.)
The output stop frequency function is disabled during PID control, JOG operation, power failure
stop, traverse function operation, or offline auto tuning.
Output stop function does not operate during reverse rotation deceleration. However, when the
frequency setting signal and output frequency falls to Pr. 522 or lower, the inverter coasts to a
During the output stop due to the output stop function (when forward/reverse command is given,
but frequency command is not given), FWD/REV LED indication on the operation panel flickers
A PM motor is a motor with interior permanent magnets. High voltage is generated at motor
terminals while the motor is running. Do not touch motor terminals and other parts until the
motor stops to prevent an electric shock.
Example of target frequency = analog input command, start signal always ON
Analog input command
Pr. 522+2 Hz
Pr. 522+2 Hz
Example for inverter output shutoff
(G) Control parameters
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