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Mitsubishi Electric FR-A8NCE Instruction Manual

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INVERTER
Plug-in option
FR-A8NCE

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

communication function
Network
PRE-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION
WIRING
INVERTER SETTING
FUNCTION OVERVIEW
I/O SIGNAL LIST
DETAILS OF I/O SIGNALS
PROGRAMMING EXAMPLES
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   Summary of Contents for Mitsubishi Electric FR-A8NCE

  • Page 1: Instruction Manual

    INVERTER PRE-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS Plug-in option FR-A8NCE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION MANUAL WIRING Network INVERTER SETTING communication function FUNCTION OVERVIEW I/O SIGNAL LIST DETAILS OF I/O SIGNALS PROGRAMMING EXAMPLES...
  • Page 2: Safety Instructions

    Thank you for choosing this Mitsubishi Electric inverter plug-in option. This Instruction Manual provides handling information and precautions for use of this product. Incorrect handling might cause an unexpected fault. Before using this product, read all relevant instruction manuals carefully to ensure proper use.
  • Page 3  Additional instructions The following instructions must be also followed. If this product is handled incorrectly, it may cause unexpected fault, an injury, or an electric shock. CAUTION Transportation and installation  Do not stand or place heavy objects on this product. ...
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    ─ CONTENTS ─ 1 PRE-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS Unpacking and product confirmation..........................6 Parts....................................7 CC-Link IE Field Network communication specifications ...................9 2 INSTALLATION Pre-installation instructions ............................10 Installation procedure ..............................11 3 WIRING System configuration example.............................15 Network configuration..............................16 Network components ..............................17 3.3.1 Connection cable ................................17 3.3.2 Hubs....................................
  • Page 5 Details of remote input and output signals.........................53 7.1.1 Output signals (master module to inverter (FR-A8NCE))....................53 7.1.2 Input signals (inverter (FR-A8NCE) to master module) ...................... 56 Details of remote register .............................58 7.2.1 Remote register (master module to inverter (FR-A8NCE)) ....................58 7.2.2...
  • Page 6 Programming example for setting the operation commands..................77 Programming example for monitoring the output frequency..................78 Programming example for parameter reading......................79 Programming example for parameter writing ......................80 Programming example for setting the running frequency ..................81 Programming example for fault record reading ......................83 Programming example for resetting the inverter at inverter error................84 8.10 Instructions ..................................85...
  • Page 7: Pre-operation Instructions

    PRE-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS Unpacking and product confirmation Take the product out of the package, check the product name, and confirm that the product is as you ordered and intact. This product is a plug-in option made for the FR-A800/F800 series.  Product confirmation Check the enclosed items.
  • Page 8: Parts

    Parts Front view Rear view RUN D LINK RD L.ERR Refer Symbol Name Description to page Used to fix this product to the inverter by inserting a mounting screw or a Mounting hole spacer. Connector for communication (PORT 1) For an Ethernet cable which connects to the network. Connector for communication (PORT 2) For an Ethernet cable which connects to the network.
  • Page 9 Received data normal  Also lit in no-communication state.  This LED indicates a communication break between the master station and FR-A8NCE (due to cable disconnection or breakage, power- OFF of the master power supply, or reset, etc.) PRE-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS...
  • Page 10: Cc-link Ie Field Network Communication Specifications

    CC-Link IE Field Network communication specifications Item Description Type Inverter plug-in option type, RJ-45 connector connection method Power supply Supplied from the inverter Transmission speed 1 Gbps Communication method Token passing Number of units 120 units max. (64 units when all stations are inverters handling 128-word transmissions.) connected Different devices can be connected together.
  • Page 11: Installation

    INSTALLATION Pre-installation instructions Check that the inverter's input power and the control circuit power are both OFF. CAUTION  Do not install or remove this product while the inverter power is ON. Doing so may damage the inverter or this product. ...
  • Page 12: Installation Procedure

    Installation procedure  Installing the communication option LED display cover (1) Remove the inverter front cover. (Refer to Chapter 2 of the Instruction Manual (Detailed) of the inverter for instructions for removing the front cover.) Follow instructions for mounting the communication option LED display cover to the inverter front cover. (2) Cut off the tabs on the rear of the inverter front cover with nipper, etc.
  • Page 13  Installing the option (1) Insert three spacers into the mounting holes that will not be filled with mounting screws (see the diagrams on the next page to identify the holes). (2) Fit the board mounted option connector on this product to Spacer the guide of the option connector on the inverter and Option connector...
  • Page 14 Spacer Connector 3 Do not attach the plug-in option to connector 2 or 3. Mounting screw Spacer Connector 2 Connector 1 Spacer Mounting screw Mounting screw Earth plate Insertion positions for screws and spacers INSTALLATION...
  • Page 15 NOTE • When installing/removing the plug-in option, hold the sides of the option. Do not press on the parts on the option circuit board. Stress applied to the parts by pressing, etc. may cause a failure. • Be careful not to drop mounting screws during the installation or removal of the plug-in option. •...
  • Page 16: Wiring

    CPU used as the master station. (2) Inverter side Mount the option (FR-A8NCE) on the inverter. (3) Connect the CC-Link IE Field Network programmable controller (master station) to FR-A8NCE with an Ethernet cable. Master station Intelligent device station...
  • Page 17: Network Configuration

    Network configuration  Network topology The network can be wired into star topology, line topology, and ring topology. A network can consist of a combination of star and line topologies, but the ring topology cannot be combined with star or line topology.
  • Page 18: Network Components

    • For CC-Link IE Field Network wiring, use the recommended wiring components by CC-Link Partner Association. • Cables for CC-Link IE Controller Network cannot be used for CC-Link IE Field Network. • Some cable connector shapes are not compatible with FR-A8NCE. 3.3.2...
  • Page 19: Wiring

    (2) Remove the front cover. (3) Check the direction of the Ethernet cable connector. Insert the connector to the communication connector of FR-A8NCE until it clicks.  Disconnecting the cable (1) Turn OFF the inverter power supply. (2) Remove the front cover.
  • Page 20 NOTE • PORT1 and PORT2 do not need to be distinguished. • When only one connector is used in star topology, either PORT1 or PORT2 is applicable. • When using two connectors for line topology and ring topology, an Ethernet cable can be connected to the connectors in any combination.
  • Page 21: Precautions

    3.4.2 Precautions This section describes wiring precautions.  Handling of the Ethernet cable • Do not touch the core of the cable-side or module-side connector, and protect it from dirt or dust. If oil from your hand, dirt or dust is attached to the core, it can increase transmission loss, arising a problem in data link. •...
  • Page 22  Connecting/disconnecting a cable and powering ON/OFF a device When the operations listed below are performed, all stations on the network may be reconnected. At that time, a data link error may momentarily occur in all the stations, and the communication error E.OP1 may occur in the connected inverters. Network configuration Operation •...
  • Page 23 NOTE • When wiring cables to the inverter's RS-485 terminals with a plug-in option mounted, take caution not to let the cables touch the circuit board of the option or of the inverter. Otherwise, electromagnetic noises may cause malfunctions. Caution ...
  • Page 24: Inverter Setting

    Parameter list The following parameters are used for the plug-in option (FR-A8NCE). Set the values according to need. For the parameter details, which depend on the applicable model of the inverter, refer to the Instruction Manual (Detailed) of the inverter.
  • Page 25     Parameters which can be displayed when the plug-in option (FR-A8NCE) is installed.  The setting is reflected after inverter reset or at the next power-ON.  Refer to the Instruction Manual (Detailed) of the inverter for the parameter details.
  • Page 26: Operation Mode Setting

    Operation mode setting 4.2.1 Operation mode switching and communication startup mode (Pr.79, Pr.340)  Operation mode switching conditions Check the following before switching the operation mode. • The inverter is at a stop; • Both the STF and STR signals are off; and •...
  • Page 27 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 External operation mode value) mode is enabled.   PU operation mode PU operation mode fixed Switching between the External and Net operation mode is External operation mode enabled.
  • Page 28 Pr.340 Pr.79 Operation mode at power ON or power Operation mode switchover setting setting restoration Switching between the PU and NET operation mode is NET operation mode enabled.   PU operation mode Same as when Pr.340 = "0" NET operation mode NET operation mode fixed 10, 12 ...
  • Page 29: Operation At Communication Error Occurrence

    Operation at communication error occurrence 4.3.1 Operation selection at communication error occurrence (Pr.500 to Pr.502, Pr.779) You can select operations at communication error occurrences by setting Pr.500 to Pr.502, Pr.779 under network operation.  Waiting time for the communication line error output after a communication error Waiting time for the communication error output after a communication line error occurrence can be set.
  • Page 30  Displaying and clearing the communication error count The cumulative count of communication error occurrences can be displayed. Write "0" to clear this cumulative count. Minimum setting Name Setting range Initial value increments Communication error occurrence count display Normal Error Normal Error Count timing depending on...
  • Page 31  About setting • Operation at an error occurrence Fault description Pr.502 setting Operation Indication Fault output 1, 11 Communication line 2, 12 Continued Normal Not output    " " 0, 3 Output shutoff E. 1 Provided Output to decelerate Communication option 1, 2, 11, 12 "...
  • Page 32 • Operation at error removal Fault description Pr.502 setting Operation Indication Fault output Output stop status " " Kept provided E.OP1 kept continues. 1, 11 Communication line 2, 12 Restart  Normal Not output Normal 0, 3 Output stop status "...
  • Page 33 NOTE • The protective function [E.OP1 (fault data: HA1)] is activated at error occurrences on the communication line. The protective function [E.1 (fault data: HF1)] is activated at error occurrences in the communication circuit inside the option. • Fault output indicates the fault (ALM) signal and fault bit output. •...
  • Page 34: Fault And Measures

    4.3.2 Fault and measures  Inverter operation in each operation mode at error occurrences Operation mode Location Status Network operation External operation PU operation Inverter operation Output shutoff Output shutoff Output shutoff Inverter Data communication Continued Continued Continued Inverter operation Output shutoff Continued Continued...
  • Page 35: Inverter Reset

    Inverter reset  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 PU operation operation operation Inverter reset (Refer to page 65.) Allowed Disallowed Disallowed ...
  • Page 36  Error reset operation selection at inverter fault An error reset command from communication option can be invalid in the External operation mode or PU operation mode. Use RY3A for an error reset command from network. (Refer to page 55.) Initial Setting Name...
  • Page 37: Cc-link Ie Field Network Function Setting

    CC-Link IE Field Network function setting 4.5.1 Network number setting (Pr. 434) Set the inverter network number in Pr. 434. Name Initial value Setting range Network number (CC-Link IE) 0 to 255   The setting range of Pr. 434 is "0 to 255", but its active range is "1 to 239". The values out of the active range are invalid because such values cannot be transmitted to the master station.
  • Page 38: Frequency Command With Sign (pr. 541)

    4.5.3 Frequency command with sign (Pr. 541) By frequency command with sign, start command (forward rotation/reverse rotation) can be inversed to operate. Make selection of sign for the frequency command from RWw0. Name Initial value Setting range Frequency command sign selection 0, 1 Speed setting using Pr.541...
  • Page 39 NOTE • When Pr. 541 = 1 (with sign) • When EEPROM write is specified with the RY22, write mode error (error code H01) will occur. • When both RY21 and RY22 are turned ON, RY21 has precedence. • When power is turned ON (inverter reset), the initial setting status of the sign bit is "positive" and the set frequency is "0 Hz".
  • Page 40: Function Overview

    FUNCTION OVERVIEW Output from the inverter through the network Main items which can be output from the inverter to the master and their descriptions are explained below. Item Description Refer to page Inverter status monitor The output terminal status of the inverter can be monitored. Output frequency monitor The output frequency can be monitored.
  • Page 41: Input To The Inverter Through The Network

    Input to the inverter through the network Main commands which can be input from the master to the inverter and their descriptions are explained below. Item Description Refer to page Forward rotation command Give the forward rotation command. Reverse rotation command Give the reverse rotation command.
  • Page 42: Cyclic Transmission

    Cyclic transmission Data communication is available periodically among stations on the same network. Link devices (RX, RY, RWr, and RWw) are used. 5.3.1 Data flow and link device assignment  Master and slave stations (except for local stations) One-to-one communication is possible between the master and slave stations. The status information of the link devices (RY and RWw) of the master station is output to the external device of the slave station, and the input status information from the external device of the slave station is stored in the link devices (RX and RWr) of the master station.
  • Page 43 Station No.0 Station No.1 Station No.2 Master Slave station Slave station module station Device RX, RWr RX, RWr Station Station No.1 No.1 RX, RWr Sequence scan Station Link refresh Station No.2 No.2 Link scan Device RY, RWw RY, RWw Station Station No.1 No.1 RY, RWw...
  • Page 44 • Output from the master station (1) The device of the CPU module turns ON. (2) The device status data of the CPU module are stored in the link devices (RY and RWw) of the master station by link refresh. (3) The status data of the link devices (RY and RWw) of the master station are stored in the link devices (RY and RWw) of each slave station by link scan.
  • Page 45: O Signal List

    I/O SIGNAL LIST Remote I/O (64 points fixed) Refer Refer Device Device Signal Signal   page page RYn0 Forward rotation command RXn0 Forward running  RYn1 Reverse rotation command RXn1 Reverse running  High-speed operation command RYn2 RXn2 Running (terminal RUN function) ...
  • Page 46 Refer Refer Device Device Signal Signal   page page Output stop RYn9 (terminal MRS function)  Start self-holding selection RXn9 to RYnA Reserved — (terminal STOP function)  RXnF RYnB Reset (terminal RES function)  RYnC to RYnF RX(n+1)0 Pr.313 assignment function (DO0) ...
  • Page 47 Refer Refer Device Device Signal Signal   page page RX(n+3)B Remote station ready RY(n+3)B to RX(n+3)C Reserved — RY(n+3)F Reserved — RX(n+3)F  These signals are set in the initial values. Using Pr. 180 to Pr. 189, you can change input signal functions. Refer to the Instruction Manual (Detailed) of the inverter for details of Pr.
  • Page 48: Remote Register (128 Words Fixed)

    Remote register (128 words fixed) Refer Refer Description Description Address Address   Upper 8 bits Lower 8 bits Upper 8 bits Lower 8 bits page page RWwn Set frequency (0.01 Hz increments) RWrn Reply code RWwn+1 Reserved — RWrn+1 Reserved —...
  • Page 49 Refer Refer Description Description Address Address   Upper 8 bits Lower 8 bits Upper 8 bits Lower 8 bits page page Link parameter RWwn+18 Instruction code RWrn+18 Reply code  extended setting RWwn+19 Write data RWrn+19 Read data  Link parameter RWwn+1A Instruction code...
  • Page 50 Refer Refer Description Description Address Address   Upper 8 bits Lower 8 bits Upper 8 bits Lower 8 bits page page RWwn+2E Monitor code 9 RWrn+2E Ninth monitor value RWwn+2F Monitor code 10 RWrn+2F Tenth monitor value RWrn+30 Output frequency RWrn+31 Reserved —...
  • Page 51 Refer Refer Description Description Address Address   Upper 8 bits Lower 8 bits Upper 8 bits Lower 8 bits page page RWrn+41 Load meter RWrn+42 Motor excitation current RWrn+43 Position pulse  RWrn+44 Cumulative energization time RWrn+45 Reserved — RWrn+46 Orientation status ...
  • Page 52 Refer Refer Description Description Address Address   Upper 8 bits Lower 8 bits Upper 8 bits Lower 8 bits page page RWrn+54 Reserved — RWrn+55 RWrn+56 Trace status RWrn+57 Reserved — RWrn+58 PLC function user monitor 1 RWrn+59 PLC function user monitor 2 RWrn+5A PLC function user monitor 3 RWrn+5B...
  • Page 53 Refer Refer Description Description Address Address   Upper 8 bits Lower 8 bits Upper 8 bits Lower 8 bits page page RWrn+6D Motor thermal load factor RWrn+6E Inverter thermal load factor RWrn+6F Reserved — RWrn+70 PTC thermistor value RWrn+71 Reserved —...
  • Page 54: Details Of I/o Signals

    For stations 2 and later, the device No. are different. (Refer to the master module manual for correspondence between the device No. and station number) Details of remote input and output signals 7.1.1 Output signals (master module to inverter (FR-A8NCE)) The output signals from the master module are indicated. (Input signals to inverter) Device Signal Description •...
  • Page 55 Device Signal Description High-speed operation command (terminal RH function) Middle-speed operation command (terminal RM function) Low-speed operation command (terminal RL function) • Functions assigned to terminals RH, RM, RL, JOG, RT, AU, CS, MRS, STOP and RES are activated. Jog operation command (terminal JOG function) •...
  • Page 56 Device Signal Description When "1" is set in the monitor command (RY20), the monitored value is set in the remote register RWr26 to RY20 Monitor command RWr2F, and "1" is set in the monitoring (RX20). While "1" is set in the monitor command (RY20), the monitored data is always updated.
  • Page 57: Input Signals (inverter (fr-a8nce) To Master Module)

    7.1.2 Input signals (inverter (FR-A8NCE) to master module) The input signals to the master module are indicated. (Output signals from inverter) Device Signal Description 0 : Other than forward running (during stop or reverse rotation) Forward running 1 : Forward running...
  • Page 58 Device Signal Description After "1" is set in the monitor command (RY20), and the monitored value is set RX20 Monitoring in the remote register RWr26 to RWr2F, "1" is set in this signal. When "0" is set in the monitor command (RY20), "0" is set in this signal. After "1"...
  • Page 59: Details Of Remote Register

    Details of remote register 7.2.1 Remote register (master module to inverter (FR-A8NCE))  Remote register definition Device No. Signal Description • Specify the set frequency or rotations per minute (machine speed). At this time, whether to write to RAM or EEPROM is decided with the RY21 and RY22 settings. After setting the set frequency in...
  • Page 60 Device No. Signal Description RWw11, Set the data specified by the instruction code of RWw10, 12, 14, 16, 18 and 1A (when required). RWw13, RWw10, 12, 14, 16, 18, and 1A correspond to RWw11 13, 15, 17, 19, and 1B, respectively. RWw15, Write data Set "1"...
  • Page 61: Remote Register (inverter (fr-a8nce) To Master Module)

    7.2.2 Remote register (inverter (FR-A8NCE) to master module)  Remote register definition Device Signal Description When "1" is set in RY21 or RY22, the following reply codes are set for the frequency setting command. The setting value "0" is set normally, and a value other than "0" is set at an error.
  • Page 62 Device Signal Description When "1" is set in RY25, the following reply codes corresponding to the instruction code RWw10, 12, 14, 16, 18, and 1A are set. The setting value "0" is set normally, and a value other than "0" is set at an error.
  • Page 63 Device Signal Description Fault record RWr25 Energization time of the faults history No. specified in RWw21 is stored. (energization time) RWr26 First monitor value Second monitor RWr27 value RWr28 Third monitor value Fourth monitor RWr29 value When "1" is set in RY20, the monitored data specified by the monitor code RWw26 to RWw2F is RWr2A Fifth monitor value saved.
  • Page 64: Instruction Codes

    7.2.3 Instruction codes  Instruction code definition Set the instruction code using a remote register (RWw) (refer to page 58). The definition read by the instruction code is stored in the remote register (RWr) (refer to page 60). Read/ Code Item Description write...
  • Page 65 Read/ Code Item Description write number H0000 to HFFFF: Last two fault records b8 b7 For instruction code H74, read data H30A0 Second fault in past Latest fault b8 b7 Fourth fault in past Third fault in past 1 0 0 0 0 H74 to Sixth fault in past Fifth fault in past...
  • Page 66 Read/ Code Item Description write number • Refer to the instruction code in the Instruction Manual (Detailed) of the inverter to read H00 to and write as required. Read Write to Pr.77 and Pr.79 is disabled. When setting Pr.100 and later, set link parameter extended setting. Parameter •...
  • Page 67 Read/ Code Item Description write number Read or write of bias and gain parameters (instruction codes H5E to H61 and HDE to Read HE1 with the link parameter extended setting = "1", H11 to H23 and H91 to HA3 with the link parameter extended setting = "9").
  • Page 68: Monitor Codes

    7.2.4 Monitor codes Information about the inverter can be monitored by setting the special monitor selection No. of the instruction code and monitor code using the remote registers, RWw26 to 2F. NOTE • The monitor codes (monitor items) are the same as those of the RS-485 communication dedicated monitor. For the details of the monitor code and monitor description, refer to the section of the monitor display in the Instruction Manual (Detailed) of the inverter.
  • Page 69: Torque Command / Torque Limit Through Cc-link Ie Field Network Communication (only For The Fr-a800 Series)

    Torque command / torque limit through CC-Link IE Field Network communication (only for the FR-A800 series) Torque commands can be given or the torque can be limited via CC-Link IE Field Network under Real sensorless vector control, vector control, or PM sensorless vector control. The value is used to limit the torque during speed control or position control, and to give a torque command during torque control.
  • Page 70  RWw2 function according to the parameter settings and the control mode Set the torque command value or the torque limit value in RWw2. The RWw2 function is switched according to the Pr.804 and Pr.810 settings and the control mode. RWw2 function Pr.804 setting Pr.810 setting...
  • Page 71: Programming Examples

    PROGRAMMING EXAMPLES This chapter provides programming examples which control the inverter with sequence programs. Item Program example Refer to page Reading the inverter status Reading the inverter status from the buffer memory of the master station Setting the operation mode Selecting the Network operation mode Setting the operation commands Commanding the forward rotation and middle speed signals...
  • Page 72 (X/Y00 to 1F) (X20 to X2F) (Y30 to Y3F) Station 1 Station 2 Inverter Inverter FR-A8NCE FR-A8NCE Pr.434 = 1 Pr.434 = 1 Pr.435 = 1 Pr.435 = 2  Module parameter setting of the master station In the programming example, module parameter are set as below.
  • Page 73 • Network configuration (assignment method: start/end) Setting condition Item Module 1 Module 2 Station number Station type Intelligent device station Intelligent device station Start 0000 0040 RX/RY setting 003F 007F Start 0000 0080 RWw/RWr setting 007F 00FF Reserved station/error invalid station No setting No setting •...
  • Page 74  Schematic diagram of remote I/O and remote register • The remote I/O (RX, RY) transmitted between the programmable controller CPU and intelligent device stations Intelligent device station Programmable controller CPU (Station 1) X103F to X1000 RX3F to RX00 X107F to X1040 RY3F to RY00 Intelligent device station (Station 2)
  • Page 75 • The remote registers (RWw, RWr) transmitted between the programmable controller CPU and intelligent device stations Intelligent device station Programmable controller CPU (Station 1) For writing W100 RWw0 W101 RWw1 W17E RWw7E W17F RWw7F W180 RWr0 W181 RWr1 W1FE RWr7E W1FF RWr7F Intelligent device station...
  • Page 76: Programming Example For Reading The Inverter Status

    Programming example for reading the inverter status The following program turns ON Y00 of the output unit when station 1 inverter is running. SB49 SW0B0.0 Check the data link status of the station 1 X1002 Turn on the output unit (Y00) Inverter running (RX02) X101F X1000...
  • Page 77: Programming Example For Setting The Operation Mode

    Programming example for setting the operation mode The following explains a program to write various data to the inverter. The following explains a program to change the operation mode of station 1 inverter to network operation. • Operation mode write code: HFB (hexadecimal) •...
  • Page 78: Programming Example For Setting The Operation Commands

    Programming example for setting the operation commands The following program gives a forward command and middle speed command to station 1 inverter SB49 SW0B0.0 Check the data link status of the station 1 Y1000 Forward rotation command (RY00) Y1003 Middle speed operation command (RY03) Y100F Y1000 One station...
  • Page 79: Programming Example For Monitoring The Output Frequency

    Programming example for monitoring the output frequency The following explains a program to read monitor functions of the inverter. The following program reads the output frequency of station 1 inverter to D1. Output frequency read code: H0001 (hexadecimal) For the monitor codes, refer to page (Example) The output frequency of 60 Hz is indicated as H1770 (6000).
  • Page 80: Programming Example For Parameter Reading

    Programming example for parameter reading The following program reads Pr.7 Acceleration time of station 1 inverter to D1. • Pr.7 Acceleration time reading instruction code: H07 (hexadecimal) • Refer to the Instruction Manual (Detailed) of the inverter for details of the parameter instruction code. •...
  • Page 81: Programming Example For Parameter Writing

    Programming example for parameter writing The following program changes the setting of Pr.7 Acceleration time of inverter to 3.0 s. • Acceleration time writing instruction code: H87 (hexadecimal) • Acceleration time set data: K30 (decimal) For the parameter instruction code, refer to the Instruction Manual (Detailed) of the inverter. The reply code at the time of instruction code execution is set to D2.
  • Page 82: Programming Example For Setting The Running Frequency

    Programming example for setting the running frequency  The following program example changes the running frequency of station 1 inverter to 50.00 Set frequency: K5000 decimal The reply code at the time of instruction code execution is set to D2. (RWr0: Refer to page SB49 SW0B0.0...
  • Page 83  To continuously change the running frequency from the programmable controller After the frequency setting complete (for example, X1021) turns ON, check that the reply code from the intelligent register is H0000, then change the setting data (for example, W100) continuously. ...
  • Page 84: Programming Example For Fault Record Reading

    Programming example for fault record reading The following program reads fault records of station 1 inverter to D1. • Faults history No. 1, No. 2 reading instruction code: H74 (hexadecimal) For the error code, refer to the Instruction Manual (Detailed) of the inverter. The reply code at the time of instruction code execution is set to D2.
  • Page 85: Programming Example For Resetting The Inverter At Inverter Error

    Programming example for resetting the inverter at inverter error The following is a program example for resetting station 1 inverter at inverter error. SB49 SW0B0.0 Check the data link status of the station 1 M0 X103A X20 Turn on the error reset request flag (RY3A) Y103A Turn off the error reset request flag (RY3A) Error status flag...
  • Page 86: 8.10 Instructions

    8.10 Instructions  Programming instructions • Since the buffer memory data of the master station is kept transferred (refreshed) to/from the inverters, the TO instruction need not be executed every scan in response to data write or read requests. The execution of the TO instruction every scan does not pose any problem. •...
  • Page 87: Troubleshooting

     Troubleshooting Description Check point Check that the option unit (FR-A8NCE) and Ethernet cables are fitted properly. (Check for contact fault, break in the cable, etc.) Check if Pr.434 Network number (CC-Link IE) and Pr.435 Station number (CC-Link IE) are correctly set.
  • Page 88: Appendix

    APPENDIX Restricted Use of Hazardous Substances in Electronic and Electrical Products The mark of restricted use of hazardous substances in electronic and electrical products is applied to the product as follows based on the “Management Methods for the Restriction of the Use of Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Products”...
  • Page 89 REVISIONS *The manual number is given on the bottom left of the back cover. Print Date *Manual Number Revision Sep. 2013 IB(NA)-0600509ENG-A First edition Addition • Compatibility with the FR-F800 series Feb. 2015 IB(NA)-0600509ENG-B • Compatibility with internal torque limit 2 (RWw2, Pr.810 Torque limit input method selection) Addition Feb.
  • Page 90 INVERTER HEAD OFFICE: TOKYO BUILDING 2-7-3, MARUNOUCHI, CHIYODA-KU, TOKYO 100-8310, JAPAN IB(NA)-0600509ENG-C(1802) MEE Printed in Japan Specifications subject to change without notice.

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