Speed control under Real sensorless vector control, vector control, PM sensorless vector control
Adjusting the speed control gain manually (Pr. 819 = "0" No easy gain tuning)
● The speed control gain can be adjusted for the conditions such as abnormal machine vibration,
acoustic noise, slow response, and overshoot.
● Pr. 820 "Speed control P gain 1" = "60 % (initial value)" is equivalent to 120 rad/s (speed response
of a single motor). (Equivalent to the half the rad/s value during Real sensorless vector control or
with the FR-A820-03800(75K) or higher and FR-A840-02160(75K) or higher during vector control.)
Setting this parameter higher speeds up the response, but setting this too high causes vibration
and acoustic noise.
● Setting Pr. 821 "Speed control integral time 1" lower shortens the return time to the original speed
during speed fluctuation, but setting it too low causes overshoot.
200 (100) rad/s
120 (60) rad/s
The value in parentheses is applicable during Real sensorless vector control or with the FR-A820-
03800(75K) or higher and FR-A840-02160(75K) or higher during vector control.
Performing PM parameter initialization changes the settings. (Refer to page 5-71.)
● Actual speed gain is calculated as below when load inertia is applied.
Actual speed gain = Speed gain of a single motor ×
JM: Motor inertia
JL: Load inertia converted as the motor axis inertia
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(Initial value )
Speed characteristic at load fluctuation
Setting of the proportional gain
Since increasing the proportional gain enhances the
response level and decreases the speed fluctuation.
Decreasing the integral time shortens the return time taken.
JM + JL