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Fr-a7np series inverter plug-in option e kit profibus-dp communication function.
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INVERTER
Plug-in option
FR-A7NP E kit

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

PROFIBUS-DP

communication function

PRE-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION
INVERTER SETTING
PROFIBUS DEVICE DATA
PPO TYPE SUPPORT SPECIFICATION
PPO TYPE NON SUPPORT SPECIFICATION
TROUBLESHOOTING
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WIRING
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4
FUNCTIONS
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  • Page 1: Instruction Manual

    INVERTER PRE-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS Plug-in option FR-A7NP E kit INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION MANUAL WIRING INVERTER SETTING PROFIBUS-DP communication function FUNCTIONS PROFIBUS DEVICE DATA PPO TYPE SUPPORT SPECIFICATION PPO TYPE NON SUPPORT SPECIFICATION TROUBLESHOOTING...
  • Page 2 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 • Do not modify the equipment. • Apply only the voltage specified in the instruction manual to • Do not perform parts removal which is not instructed in this each terminal. Otherwise, burst, damage, etc. may occur. •...
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

     CONTENTS  1 PRE-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS Unpacking and Product Confirmation .....................1 1.1.1 SERIAL number.............................. 1 1.1.2 Packing confirmation ............................2 1.1.3 Parts ................................3 Node Address Setting ........................4 Specifications.............................5 1.3.1 Inverter option specifications .......................... 5 1.3.2 Communication specifications ........................5 2 INSTALLATION Pre-Installation Instructions ......................6 Installation Procedure ........................6...
  • Page 5 Operation Mode Setting ........................19 4.2.1 Operation mode indication..........................19 4.2.2 Operation mode switching and communication startup mode (Pr. 79, Pr. 340) ...........20 Operation and Speed Command Source (Pr. 338, Pr. 339, Pr. 550) ..........23 4.3.1 Communication EEPROM write selection (Pr. 342) ..................27 Operation at Communication Error Occurrence................28 4.4.1 Operation selection at communication error occurrence (Pr.
  • Page 6 Buffer Memory Configuration ......................45 Buffer Memory Details........................46 Outline of PNU..........................53 Profibus PNU............................54 7.7.1 Real-time monitor ............................54 7.7.2 Parameter clear ............................55 7.7.3 Operation mode read/write ........................... 55 7.7.4 Set frequency read ............................55 7.7.5 Terminal input read............................56 7.7.6 Inverter reset ..............................56 7.7.7 Node address read ............................
  • Page 7 8.7.2 System environment variable (sev) area (IND = 01PPH (IND = 01H, PP = 00H, 01H)) ......74 Standard Parameters........................78 8.8.1 Normal parameter area (IND = 0200H (IND = 02H, PP = 00H)) ..............78 8.8.2 Pr. 900 to calibration parameter (frequency) area (IND=0300H (IND=03H, PP=00H))........79 8.8.3 Pr.
  • Page 8: Pre-operation Instructions

    For the 200V class of FR-E700, this option can be used with the inverter having the following SERIAL number or later. (For the 400V class of FR-E700, this option can be used with all inverters regardless of SERIAL number.) Type SERIAL number FR-E720-0.1K to 0.75K FR-E720-1.5K to 5.5K FR-E720-7.5K FR-E720-11K, 15K SERIAL number check Refer to the inverter manual for the location of the rating plate.
  • Page 9: Packing Confirmation

    PRE-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS 1.1.2 Packing confirmation Check the enclosed items. Mounting screw (M3 × 6mm) Plug-in option ............1 ......2 (Refer to page 8, 10.) Front cover for plug-in option Option protective cover Option small cover (Not used) ............1 ............1 ............1 Used with the FR-E720-3.7K (FR-E720-175) or less and FR-E740-7.5K (FR-E740-170) or less.
  • Page 10: Parts

    PRE-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS 1.1.3 Parts Switch for manufacturer setting Terminal block Operation status indication LED Do not change from Connect Lit/off of the LED indicate inverter operation status. initially-set status (1, 2:OFF). the communication Front view Mounting Rear view cable. hole FR-A7NP (Refer to page 4.) Node address switch...
  • Page 11: Node Address Setting

    PRE-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS Node Address Setting Set the node address between "00H to 7DH" using node address switches on the FR-A7NP (refer to page 3). The setting is reflected at the next power-on or inverter reset. Set the arrow ( ) of the corresponding switches to the number and alphabet to set a desired address. •...
  • Page 12: Specifications

    PRE-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS Specifications 1.3.1 Inverter option specifications Type Inverter plug-in option type Number of nodes occupied One inverter occupies one node. Connection cable Cable which supports 12.0Mbps communication (EEIA-485(RS-485) standard) 1.3.2 Communication specifications Wiring length 1200m or less 9600bps, 19.2Kbps, 93.75Kbps Wiring length 600m or less 187.5Kbps Communication speed...
  • Page 13: 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. For prevention of damage due to static electricity, touch nearby metal before touching this product to eliminate static electricity from your body.
  • Page 14 INSTALLATION For FR-E720-3.7K (FR-E720-175) or less and FR-E740-7.5K (FR-E740-170) or less (1) Remove the front cover from the inverter. (For removing the front cover, refer to the FR-E700 instruction manual.) (2) Remove the PU cover from the front cover. Open the PU cover with a driver, etc. and remove it in the direction of arrow as shown below.
  • Page 15: Wiring

    INSTALLATION (3) Install the option protective cover. (4) Securely fit the connector of the plug-in option to the inverter connector along the guides. (5) Securely fix the both top and bottom of the plug-in option to the inverter with the accessory mounting screws.
  • Page 16 INSTALLATION For FR-E720-5.5K (FR-E720-240) or more and FR-E740-11K (FR-E740-230) or more (1) Remove the front cover 1 and 2 from the inverter. (For removing the front cover, refer to the FR-E700 instruction manual.) (2) Remove the PU cover from the front cover 2. For removing the PU cover, refer to page 7. Front cover 1 Front cover 2 PU cover...
  • Page 17 INSTALLATION (3) Install the front cover 1 to the inverter. (4) Securely fit the connector of the plug-in option to the inverter connector along the guides. (5) Securely fix the both top and bottom of the plug-in option to the inverter with the accessory mounting screws.
  • Page 18 INSTALLATION Option connector of inverter Front cover for plug-in option Replace Mounting screws Installation completed...
  • Page 19: Wiring Terminal Block

    WIRING Terminal Block Terminal block layout Terminal Terminal Name Definition V+ (VP) Voltage output (approx. 5V to V-) D+ (RXD/TXD-P) Send and receive profibus signal+ D+ (RXD/TXD-P) Send and receive profibus signal+ D+ (RXD/TXD-N) Send and receive profibus signal- D+ (RXD/TXD-N) Send and receive profibus signal- V- (DGND) GND of D+/D- D+ (RXD/TXD-P) Send and receive profibus signal+...
  • Page 20: Wiring

    WIRING Wiring Use the network connection cable which supports 12.0Mbps communication. (1) Strip off the sheath of the PROFIBUS communication dedicated cable and wind wires and shield cables to use. If the length of the sheath pealed is too long, a short circuit may occur among neighboring wires. If the length is too short, cables and shield cables might come off.
  • Page 21: Functions

    WIRING (2) Loosen the terminal screw and insert the cable into the terminal. Tighten each cable with fixing screws to the recommended tightening torque. <Connection example of multiple inverters> <Cable connection example> To next inverter D+ D- D+ D- D+ D- To master Screw Size Tightening Torque...
  • Page 22 WIRING (3) Terminating resistor If the node at both ends of the network are the FR-A7NP and inverter, connect a connector with a built-in terminating resistor. Connection example Inverter Inverter Programmable Master station controller etc. Terminating resistor Terminating resistor Power Power Motor Motor...
  • Page 23 WIRING (4) When wiring, if a hook of the front cover of the plug-in option impedes wiring, cut off the hook and perform wiring. Cut off with a nipper, etc. Cut off a hook at the bottom of the option cover. (Cut off so that no portion is left.) REMARKS When the option protective cover is not fitted or wire is not passed through even if the hook of the front cover of the...
  • Page 24 WIRING (5) For wiring of FR-E720-5.5K (FR-E720-240) or more and FR-E740-11K (FR-E740-230) or more, pass a cable on the inverter front cover as shown below. If a PROFIBUS communication dedicated cable is passed through inside the inverter front cover, the bending radius of the cable becomes small, stressing the cable.
  • Page 25: Inverter Setting

    INVERTER SETTING Parameter List The following parameters are used for the communication option (FR-A7NP) Set the values according to need. Minimum Parameter Initial Refer to Name Setting Range Setting Number Value page Increments Operation mode selection 0 to 4, 6, 7 Communication operation command 0, 1 source...
  • Page 26: Operation Mode Setting

    INVERTER SETTING Operation Mode Setting The inverter mounted with a communication option has three operation modes. (1) PU operation [PU]....Controls the inverter from the key of the operation panel on the inverter or parameter unit (FR-PU07/FR-PA07). (2) External operation [EXT] ... Controls the inverter by switching on/off external signals connected to the control circuit terminals of the inverter.
  • Page 27: Operation Mode Switching And Communication Startup Mode (pr. 79, Pr. 340)

    INVERTER SETTING 4.2.2 Operation mode switching and communication startup mode (Pr. 79, Pr. 340) (1) Operation mode switching conditions Before switching the operation mode, check that: 1) The inverter is at a stop; 2) Both the STF and STR signals are off; and 3) The Pr.
  • Page 28 INVERTER SETTING Pr. 340 Pr. 79 Operation Mode at Power on or Power Operation Mode Switchover Setting Setting Restoration 0 (initial Switching among the external, PU, and NET operation mode is External operation mode value) enabled PU operation mode PU operation mode fixed Switching between the external and Net operation mode is enabled External operation mode Switching to the PU operation mode is disallowed...
  • Page 29 INVERTER SETTING (3) Operation mode switching method External operation When "0 or 1" is set in Pr. 340 Switching from the PU Switching from the network Press Switch to the external the PU to light operation mode from Press the network. Switch to network operation the PU to light mode from the network.
  • Page 30: Operation And Speed Command Source (pr. 338, Pr. 339, Pr. 550)

    INVERTER SETTING Operation and Speed Command Source (Pr. 338, Pr. 339, Pr. 550) (1) Select control source for the network operation mode (Pr. 550) A control location for the network operation mode can be selected from either the RS-485 communication with the PU connector or communication option. When using a communication option, set "0 or 9999 (initial value)"...
  • Page 31 INVERTER SETTING (2) Selection of control source for the network operation mode (Pr. 338, Pr. 339) ⋅ As control sources, there are the operation command source that controls the signals related to the inverter start command and function selection and the speed command source that controls the signals related to frequency setting.
  • Page 32 INVERTER SETTING Pr. 338 Communication operation Operation 0: NET 1: External command source Location Remarks Pr. 339 Communication speed Selection command source External External External External External thermal relay External input Pr. 59 = "0" REX Fifteen speed selection External External (multi-speed) Inverter operation enable...
  • Page 33 INVERTER SETTING Pr. 338 Communication operation Operation 0: NET 1: External command source Location Remarks Pr. 339 Communication speed Selection command source External External External External Reverse rotation 61 STR External command 62 RES Reset External PU/NET operation 65 X65 External switchover NET-external operation...
  • Page 34: Communication Eeprom Write Selection (pr. 342)

    INVERTER SETTING 4.3.1 Communication EEPROM write selection (Pr. 342) When parameter write is performed from the communication option, write to RAM is enabled. Set when frequent parameter changes are necessary. Parameter Initial Setting Name Description Number Value Range Parameter values written by communication are written to the Communication EEPROM write EEPROM and RAM.
  • Page 35: Operation At Communication Error Occurrence

    INVERTER SETTING Operation at Communication Error Occurrence 4.4.1 Operation selection at communication error occurrence (Pr. 500 to Pr. 502) You can select operations at communication error occurrences by setting Pr. 500 to Pr. 502 under network operation. (1) The set time from when a communication line error occurrence until communication error output You can set the waiting time from when a communication line error occurs until it is recognized as a communication error.
  • Page 36 INVERTER SETTING (2) Display and erasure of communication error occurrence count The cumulative number of communication error occurrences can be indicated. Write "0" to erase this cumulative count. Parameter Minimum Setting Name Setting Range Initial Value Number Increments Communication error occurrence count display Normal Error...
  • Page 37 INVERTER SETTING (3) Inverter operation selection at communication error occurrence You can select the inverter operation if a communication line error or an error of the option unit itself occurs. Parameter Minimum Setting Name Setting Range Initial Value Number Increments Stop mode selection at 0, 1, 2, 3 communication error...
  • Page 38 INVERTER SETTING Operation at error removal Alarm Definition Pr. 502 Setting Operation Indication Alarm Output Kept stopped E.OP1 kept lit Kept provided Communication line Restart Normal indication Not provided Continued 0, 3 Communication Kept stopped E. 1 kept lit Kept provided option itself 1, 2 CAUTION...
  • Page 39: Alarm And Measures

    INVERTER SETTING 4.4.2 Alarm and measures (1) The inverter operates as follows at alarm occurrences. Operation Mode Alarm Status Network External Location PU Operation Operation Operation Inverter operation Inverter trip Inverter trip Inverter trip Inverter Data communication Continued Continued Continued Inverter operation Inverter trip * Continued...
  • Page 40: Inverter Reset

    INVERTER SETTING Inverter Reset (1) Operation conditions of inverter reset Which resetting method is allowed or not allowed in each operation mode is described below. Operation Mode Resetting Method Network External Operation Operation Operation Inverter reset (Refer to page 56) Allowed Disallowed Disallowed...
  • Page 41 INVERTER SETTING (2) Error reset operation selection at inverter fault When used with the communication option, an error reset command* from network can be made invalid in the external operation mode or PU operation mode. Parameter Initial Setting Name Function Number Value Range...
  • Page 42: Functions

    FUNCTIONS Output from the Inverter to the Network Main items to be output from the inverter (FR-A7NP) to the network and their descriptions are explained below. Refer to Page PPO type PPO type Item Description Support Non Support Specification Specification Monitor various items such as inverter output frequency Inverter monitor and output current.
  • Page 43: Input To The Inverter From The Network

    FUNCTIONS 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. Refer to page PPO type PPO type Item Description Support Non Support Specifications Specifications Frequency setting Set the running frequency of the inverter.
  • Page 44: Profibus Device Data

    GSD file designed to recognize the features and functions of the Profibus-DP devices of the FR-A7NP. You can obtain it from us. GSD file can be downloaded from Mitsubishi Electric FA Network Service MELFANS web: http://www.MitsubishiElectric.co.jp/melfansweb or obtained from your sales representative.
  • Page 45 PROFIBUS DEVICE DATA Parameter Value Description FMS_Supp FMS (Field-Bus Message Specifications) not supported. Hardware_Release "BC101B376" Hardware version Software_Release "7732" Software version 9.6_supp Communication speed 9600bps support 19.2_supp Communication speed 19.2Kbps support 93.75_supp Communication speed 93.75Kbps support 187.5_supp Communication speed 187.5Kbps support 500_supp Communication speed 500Kbps support 1.5M_supp...
  • Page 46 PROFIBUS DEVICE DATA Parameter Value Description Longest time 800 bit times at communication speed MaxTsdr_12M 12.0Mbps Redundancy Redundancy not supported. Repeater_Ctrl_Sig Installed as TTL level via RTS signal from module. 24V power supply for maintenance device connection is not 24V_Pins used.
  • Page 47 PROFIBUS DEVICE DATA Parameter Value Description ExtUserPrmData 1 "Byte swapping" Byte swapping selection 1 registration on text base Bit(0) 0 0-1 Bit 0 = default 0, range 0 to 1 Prm_Text_Ref Text selection 1 is used. EndExtUserPrmData Max_User_Prm_Data_Len User parameter of 2 bytes secured Ext_User_Prm_Data_Const(0) 01H Initial value of user parameter's 1 byte Ext_User_Prm_Data_Const(1) 00H...
  • Page 48: Slave User Parameter

    PROFIBUS DEVICE DATA Slave User Parameter By changing the slave user parameter value, you can use the byte swapping function (byte inversion function). Setting "1" at Address 1H (Bit 0) makes the byte swapping function valid. Since "-" is an unused bit, set "0". Address Functions For manufacturer setting (Always set "1".)
  • Page 49: Ppo Type Support Specification

    PPO TYPE SUPPORT SPECIFICATION Profibus Profiles The option unit operates as a "slave of the Profibus DP master" or a "controller equivalent to Profibus DP master class 1 on an RS-485 network". The Profibus profile (data buffer) can be selected from among six different types, "PPO type1" to "PPO type5", "E5NP".
  • Page 50: Id Definitions

    PPO TYPE SUPPORT SPECIFICATION ID Definitions Definition PNU number (PNU) and task or response Id (AK) Sub-Index number and reserved area for extension (Refer to page 46) • Set 0 since high bits (Bits 16 to 31) are not used. •...
  • Page 51: Buffer Memory Map

    PPO TYPE SUPPORT SPECIFICATION Buffer Memory Map The following shows the buffer memory map of the PPO type1 to PPO type5 Profibus profiles. Module type 1Word 2Word 3Word 4Word 5Word 6Word 7Word 8Word 9Word 10Word 11Word 12Word 13Word 14Word STW / HSW / type1 STW /...
  • Page 52: Buffer Memory Configuration

    PPO TYPE SUPPORT SPECIFICATION Buffer Memory Configuration The buffer memory configuration is shown below. Master Slave (command request) Slave Master (command response) 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 bit 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 PNU(parameter number) PNU(parameter number) Task...
  • Page 53: Buffer Memory Details

    PPO TYPE SUPPORT SPECIFICATION Buffer Memory Details The following indicates the buffer memory details of the Profibus profiles. (1) PKW Name Definition 0 to 10 PNU number Not used (0 is set) [Command request] Value Operation No task Parameter value is requested (read request) Parameter value (word) is changed (write request) Parameter value (array) is requested (read request) Parameter value (array word) is changed (write request)
  • Page 54 PPO TYPE SUPPORT SPECIFICATION Name Definition PNU read value/write value When command response AK = "7 (command execution error)", PWE definition is as follows. Value Error Definition Invalid PNU Parameter value unchangeable (This error also occurs when Pr.77 = "1" Outside setting range 0 to 15 Invalid Sub-Index number...
  • Page 55 PPO TYPE SUPPORT SPECIFICATION (2) PZD Name Definition  0 to 2 Not used (1 is set) 0: Inverter output shutoff Control enable 1: Inverter output shutoff is cancelled  4 to 6 Not used (1 is set) [At inverter error] 0: No action Fault reset 1: When Pr.
  • Page 56 PPO TYPE SUPPORT SPECIFICATION Name Definition  0 to 2 Not used (1 is returned) 0: Inverter normal Fault 1: Inverter alarm occurrence  4, 5 Not used (1 is returned) Power-on inhibit 0 is returned 0: Command execution normal Alarm 1: Command execution error ...
  • Page 57 PPO TYPE SUPPORT SPECIFICATION Name Definition 0: Ready status 1: Busy status If it takes time to perform slave side processing, slave side busy status is announced since reply to the master will be delayed. During busy status, other response data are unfixed values. When the slave side is busy, request from the master is invalid.
  • Page 58 PPO TYPE SUPPORT SPECIFICATION Name Definition High speed operation command (Terminal RH function) Functions assigned to terminal RH, RM, RL are activated. Middle-speed (Signal names are initial values. Using Pr.180 to Pr.182, you can change operation command output signal functions. (Terminal RM function) Refer to the inverter manual for details of Pr.180 to Pr.182.) Low-speed operation...
  • Page 59 PPO TYPE SUPPORT SPECIFICATION CAUTION Only when the contents of the command request (request for changing the inverter setting: PKW, HSW, STW/ECW) from the master changed, the inverter processes the request. If the contents of the command request are identical with those of the last request, the inverter does not process the request. (The received request is cleared.) For instance, while the master keeps sending the "network operation mode enabled"...
  • Page 60: Outline Of Pnu

    PPO TYPE SUPPORT SPECIFICATION Outline of PNU You can use the PNU to make inverter settings from the network. The data used with the network is denoted PNU(P) to differentiate it from the parameter (Pr.). This chapter explains the Module type "PPO type 1" to "PPO type 5". CAUTION •...
  • Page 61: Profibus Pnu

    PPO TYPE SUPPORT SPECIFICATION Profibus PNU 7.7.1 Real-time monitor The following items can be monitored from the master. Data Increments Data Item Increments Item Type Type P1.14 Output power 0.01kW AUs16 P1.1 Output frequency 0.01Hz AUs16  P1.15 Input terminal status AUs16 P1.2 Output current 0.01A...
  • Page 62: Parameter Clear

    PPO TYPE SUPPORT SPECIFICATION 7.7.2 Parameter clear Parameter clear can be performed from the master. Item Data Definition Data Type P2.2 Parameter clear 965AH AUs16 P2.3 All parameter clear 99AAH AUs16 P2.5 Parameter clear 5A96H AUs16 P2.6 All parameter clear AA99H AUs16 P2.8...
  • Page 63: Terminal Input Read

    PPO TYPE SUPPORT SPECIFICATION 7.7.5 Terminal input read Analog input value of terminal 2, 4 can be read. Item Data Definition Data Type P5.1 Terminal 2 input value read Terminal 2 input value (%) is read. AUs16 P5.2 Terminal 4 input value read Terminal 4 input value (%) is read.
  • Page 64: Alarm Definition Read

    PPO TYPE SUPPORT SPECIFICATION 7.7.8 Alarm definition read (1) Alarm definitions of past eight alarms occurred in the inverter can be read. (refer to page 58 for error number) Item Data Definition Data Type P947.1 :error number P947.1 to P947.8 Latest alarm is read AUs16 P947.2 to P947.8...
  • Page 65 PPO TYPE SUPPORT SPECIFICATION <Alarm data> Refer to the inverter manual for details of alarm definitions. Error Number Definition Error Number Definition No fault present E.PE E.OC1 E.PUE E.OC2 E.RET E.OC3 E.PE2 E.OV1 E.CPU E.OV2 E.IOH E.OV3 E.AIE E.THT E.USB E.THM E.MB4 E.FIN...
  • Page 66 PPO TYPE SUPPORT SPECIFICATION (2) Energization time (fault monitor) for past eight alarms at the inverter alarm occurrence can be read. Item Data Definition Data Type Latest fault monitor energization P948.1 :energization time P948.1 to P948.8 AUs16 time read P948.2 to P948.8 :all 0 Energization time of second P948.9...
  • Page 67 PPO TYPE SUPPORT SPECIFICATION (3) Output frequency, output current and output voltage for past eight alarms at the inverter alarm occurrence can be read. Item Data Definition Data Type P949.1 :output frequency Latest fault monitor frequency, P949.2 :output current P949.1 to P949.8 AUs16 current and voltage read P949.3...
  • Page 68: Pnu List Read

    PPO TYPE SUPPORT SPECIFICATION 7.7.9 PNU list read The usable PNU numbers can be read. Item Data Definition Data Type P980.1 to 116 P981.1 to 116 P982.1 to 116 P983.1 to 116 P984.1 to 116 PNU list read Usable PNU numbers are read in sorted status. AUs16 P985.1 to 116 P986.1 to 116...
  • Page 69: Standard Parameters

    PPO TYPE SUPPORT SPECIFICATION Standard Parameters You can use the PNU to make parameter settings from the network. The table below lists PNU numbers corresponding to parameter numbers. Standard parameter examples are introduced below. Refer to the examples and make parameter settings. Refer to the inverter manual for details of the parameters.
  • Page 70 PPO TYPE SUPPORT SPECIFICATION The following parameters require the Sub-Index number for the PNU. Minimum Setting Range Parameter Data Name Setting Number Type Decimal Hexadecimal Increments    P1900.1 FM terminal calibration AUs16    P1901.1 AM terminal calibration AUs16 P1902.1 Terminal 2 frequency setting bias frequency 0.01Hz...
  • Page 71: Ppo Type Non Support Specification

    PPO TYPE NON SUPPORT SPECIFICATION Profibus Profiles The option unit operates as a "slave of the Profibus DP master" or a "controller equivalent to Profibus DP master class 1 on an RS-485 network". The Profibus profile (data buffer) can be selected from among six different types, "PPO type1" to "PPO type5", "E5NP".
  • Page 72: Id Definitions

    PPO TYPE NON SUPPORT SPECIFICATION ID Definitions Definition PNU number (PNU) and task or response Id (AK) Index number (Refer to page 67) • Set 0 since high bits (Bits 16 to 31) are not used. • Lower (Bits 0 to 15): Parameter value •...
  • Page 73: Buffer Memory Configuration

    PPO TYPE NON SUPPORT SPECIFICATION Buffer Memory Configuration Master Slave (command request) Slave Master (command response) 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 bit 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 PNU(parameter number) PNU(parameter number) Task...
  • Page 74: Buffer Memory Details

    PPO TYPE NON SUPPORT SPECIFICATION Buffer Memory Details The following indicates the buffer memory details of the Profibus profiles. (1) PKW Name Definition PNU number (Together, the PNU and the IND define which data word is being 0 to 10 accessed.) Not used (0 is set) [Command request]...
  • Page 75 PPO TYPE NON SUPPORT SPECIFICATION Name Definition Page Index : • If IND = 1 (system environment variable (sev) area ), the PP values specify different blocks of sev's: PP = 0 : sev_I, block I 0 to 7 PP = 1 : sev_II, block II (alarm history) PP = 2 : sev_III, block III (For details, refer to page 74.) •...
  • Page 76 PPO TYPE NON SUPPORT SPECIFICATION Name Definition PNU read value/write value When command response AK = "7 (command execution error)", PWE definition is as follows. Error Definition Value Without error Unsupported task (includs writing) 0 to 15 Invalid Parameter Index (IND) Invalid PNU Invalid Page Index (PP) Mode error...
  • Page 77 PPO TYPE NON SUPPORT SPECIFICATION (2) PZD Name Definition Inverter running 0 : OFF 1 : ON (inverter running) (RUN signal) 0 : Other than forward running Forward running (during stop or reverse rotation) 1 : Forward running • For master-to-slave messages (command 0 : Other than reverse running request), bits 0 to 7 are not used and must Reverse running...
  • Page 78 PPO TYPE NON SUPPORT SPECIFICATION CAUTION • Only when the contents of the command request (request for changing the inverter setting: PKW) from the master changed, the inverter processes the request. If the contents of the command request are identical with those of the last request, the inverter does not process the request.
  • Page 79: Outline Of Pnu

    PPO TYPE NON SUPPORT SPECIFICATION Outline of PNU You can use the PNU to make inverter settings from the network. The data used with the network is denoted PNU(P) to differentiate it from the parameter (Pr.). This chapter explains the Module type "E5NP". CAUTION •...
  • Page 80: Profibus Pnu (module Type E5np)

    PPO TYPE NON SUPPORT SPECIFICATION Profibus PNU (Module Type E5NP) 8.7.1 Real time monitor area (IND=0000H (IND=00H, PP=00H)) The following items can be monitored from the master. Item Increments Item Increments  0000H EH Input terminal status 0000H 0H Output frequency 0.01Hz ...
  • Page 81: System Environment Variable (sev) Area (ind = 01pph (ind = 01h, Pp = 00h, 01h))

    PPO TYPE NON SUPPORT SPECIFICATION 8.7.2 System environment variable (sev) area (IND = 01PPH (IND = 01H, PP = 00H, 01H)) sev Interface (IND = 01H, PP = 00H, sev_I, block I) (1) Parameter clear Parameter clear can be performed from the master. Item Data Definition Inverter reset...
  • Page 82 PPO TYPE NON SUPPORT SPECIFICATION (2) Inverter status/operation command The inverter status can be monitored and operation command can be given from the master. Item • Inverter status Refer to ZSW on page 70 for details. • Run command Name Definition 0: OFF (Stop command) Forward rotation command...
  • Page 83 PPO TYPE NON SUPPORT SPECIFICATION (3) Operation mode write Write of the operation mode can be performed from the master. Item Data Definition External operation mode:10H Operation mode 0100H PU operation mode:11H (When Pr.79 = "6") Network operation mode:14H (4) Set frequency read/write The frequency set to the inverter can be read/written from the master.
  • Page 84 PPO TYPE NON SUPPORT SPECIFICATION Alarm History (IND = 01H, PP = 01H, sev_II, block II) The past eight inverter alarm definitions can be read. Item Item 0101H Latest alarm 0101H Fifth alarm in past is read 0101H Second alarm in past is read 0101H Sixth alarm in past is read 0101H...
  • Page 85: Standard Parameters

    PPO TYPE NON SUPPORT SPECIFICATION Standard Parameters 8.8.1 Normal parameter area (IND = 0200H (IND = 02H, PP = 00H)) You can use the PNU to make parameter settings from the network. The table below lists PNU numbers corresponding to parameter numbers. Standard parameter examples are introduced below.
  • Page 86: Pr. 900 To Calibration Parameter (frequency) Area (ind=0300h (ind=03h, Pp=00h))

    PPO TYPE NON SUPPORT SPECIFICATION 8.8.2 Pr. 900 to calibration parameter (frequency) area (IND=0300H (IND=03H, PP=00H)) The following parameters can be set with IND=0300H. Minimum Setting Range Parameter Name Setting Number Decimal Hexadecimal Increments 0300H FM terminal calibration 0300H AM terminal calibration 0300H Terminal 2 frequency setting bias frequency 0.01Hz...
  • Page 87: Pr. 900 To Calibration Parameter (%) Area (ind=0400h (ind=04h, Pp=00h))

    PPO TYPE NON SUPPORT SPECIFICATION 8.8.3 Pr. 900 to calibration parameter (%) area (IND=0400H (IND=04H, PP=00H)) The following parameters can be set with IND=0400H. Minimum Parameter Name Setting Number Increments 0400H Terminal 2 frequency setting bias 0.1% 0400H Terminal 2 frequency setting gain 0.1% 0400H Terminal 4 frequency setting bias...
  • Page 88: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING If an alarm occurred in the inverter and the inverter and option unit do not function, refer to the following check points, find the cause from the operation panel indication of the inverter and the LED status of the option unit, and take an adequate action.
  • Page 89 REVISIONS *The manual number is given on the bottom left of the back cover. Print Date *Manual Number Revision First edition Feb., 2008 IB(NA)-0600346ENG-A IB(NA)-0600346ENG-A...

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