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H7 Adjustable Speed Drive
Operation Manual
Document Number: 52854-001
Date: April, 2003

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    H7 Adjustable Speed Drive Operation Manual Document Number: 52854-001 Date: April, 2003...

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    About This Manual This manual was written by the Toshiba Technical Publications Group. This group is tasked with providing technical documentation for the H7 Adjustable Speed Drive. Every effort has been made to provide accurate and concise information to you, our customer.

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    TOSHIBA is a registered trademark of the Toshiba Corporation. All other product or trade references appearing in this manual are registered trademarks of their respective owners. The information in this manual is subject to change without notice. Toshiba International Corporation (TIC) shall not be liable for technical editorial omissions or mistakes in this manual, nor shall it be liable for special, incidental, indirect, or consequential damages resulting from the use of information contained in this manual.

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    H7 Adjustable Speed Drive Please complete the Warranty Card supplied with the ASD and return it to Toshiba by prepaid mail. This will activate the 12 month warranty from the date of installation; but, shall not exceed 18 months from the date of purchase.

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    Toshiba International Corporation. The warranty contained in the contract between the parties is the sole warranty of Toshiba International Corporation's ASD Division and any statements contained herein do not create new warranties or modify the existing warranty.

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Using Vector Control ......................22 Local/Remote Operation ....................22 Electronic Operator Interface ....................23 EOI Features ........................23 EOI Operation ........................24 System Operation ........................25 Initial Setup ........................25 Operation (Local) ......................25 Default Setting Changes ....................26 H7 Operation Manual...

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    Viewing Trip Information ..................177 Clearing a Trip ......................178 H7 Codes and Error Messages ..................179 Troubleshooting and Interpreting H7 Error Messages ..........179 Appendix A ........................... 188 Enclosure Dimensions and Conduit Plate Information ..........188 Enclosure Dimensions/Weight ................188 Conduit Plate Information ..................

  • Page 8: Introduction

    Toshiba’s high-performance software, delivers unparalleled motor control and reliability. The H7 software functions is a very powerful tool, yet surprisingly simple to operate. The H7 has an easy- to-read 240 x 64 pixel graphical LCD screen with a user-friendly Electronic Operator Interface (EOI).

  • Page 9: Safety Precautions

    Do Not connect resistors across terminals PA – PC or PO – PC. This may cause a fire. • Do not install the ASD if it is damaged or if it is missing any component(s). • Turn the power on only after attaching the front cover. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    A noncombustible insulating floor or mat should be provided in the area immediately surrounding the electrical system. Follow all warnings and precautions and do not exceed equipment ratings. See the section titled Installation and Connections on pg. 6 for additional information on installing the drive. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 11: Maintenance Precautions

    The ASD maintains a residual charge for a while after turning the ASD off. Wait at least five minutes before servicing the ASD after turning the ASD power off. Ensure that the Charge LED is off. • Do Not attempt to disassemble, modify, or repair the ASD. Call your Toshiba sales representative for repair information. •...

  • Page 12: Adjustable Speed Drive Inspection

    Ensure that the rated capacity and the model number specified on the nameplate conform to the order specifications. Report any discrepancies to your Toshiba sales representative. Storage Store the device in a well ventilated location (in its shipping carton is recommended).

  • Page 13: Installation And Connections

    (3-phase AC input at the L1/R, L2/S, and L3/T terminals). The control terminals of the H7 may be used by connecting the terminals of the Control Terminal Strip to the proper sensors or signal input sources (see the section titled I/O and Control on pg.

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    All H7 ASDs are equipped with internal DC bus fuses. However, not all H7 ASDs are equipped with internal primary power input fuses (HP dependent). When connecting two or more drives that have no...

  • Page 15: Mounting The Asd

    H3-to-H7 Adapter Mounting Plates. The ambient temperature rating for the H7 is from 14 to 104° F (-10 to 40° C). The process of converting AC to DC, and then back to AC produces heat. During normal ASD operation, up to 5% of the input energy to the ASD may be dissipated as heat.

  • Page 16: Power Connections

    2002 NEC Article 430-102 through 430-111 and the fault current setting of the ASD. For 600 volt ASDs, the 15 HP or less drives (P/N VT130H7U6015 – 6160) require a class-J fuse rated at 600 Volts/30 A. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 17: Lead Length Specifications

    > 5 kHz 100 feet Note: Contact Toshiba for application assistance when using lead lengths in excess of those listed. Exceeding the peak voltage rating or the allowable thermal rise time of the motor insulation will reduce the life expectancy of the motor.

  • Page 18: I/o And Control

    ⇒ Command Mode ⇒ Use Control Terminal Strip). Figure 17 on pg. 18 shows the basic connection diagram for the H7 system. Table 2. Control Terminal Strip default assignment terminal names and functions. Default Input/Output Default Function Circuit Config. Term. Setting Standby (jumper to CC to operate the unit) —...

  • Page 19: Terminal Descriptions

    This input terminal may be programmed to control the speed or torque of the motor and may not be used when using the VI input. Also, the gain and bias of this terminal may be adjusted (see F201 – F204). H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    CC — Control common (Do Not connect to Earth Gnd). Figure 4. FLA, FLB, and FLC switching shown in the de-energized state. Note: The relay is shown in the Faulted or de-energized condition. During normal system operation the relay connection is FLC-to-FLA. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    AM and FM output terminals. See F670 F005 for further information on the AM and FM terminal adjustments. II Terminals The input and output terminals of the Control Terminal Strip. For further information on these terminals see H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 22: Cn7 Pinout

    Function Pin Number Function *OUT1 *OUT2 — — Note: * Open collector outputs. Figure 6. Control Board of the H7 ASD (P/N 48700). EOI connection Common Serial (TTL) I/O (CNU2). CNU3 EOI connection and RS232 or RS485 signal I/O (CNU1).

  • Page 23: Cnu1/1a And Cnu2/2a Pinout

    Rx (+) Tx (-) Rx (-) Tx (+) Tx (+) Rx (-) RS232/485 CNU3 Pin-7 Open Open Note: See the 7-Series Communications Manual (P/N 53840) for further information on the H7 communications protocol and system configuration requirements. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 24: I/o Circuit Configurations

    Figure 8. RR Input. Figure 9. RX Input. Figure 10. VI/II input. Figure 11. P24 Output. Figure 12. PP Output. Figure 13. OUT1/OUT2 Output. Figure 14. FP Output. Figure 15. AM/FM Output. Figure 16. Fault Relay During Fault. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 25: Typical Connection Diagram

    Typical Connection Diagram Figure 17. H7 typical connection diagram. Note: When connecting multiple wires to the PA, PB, PC, or PO terminals, do not connect a solid wire and a stranded wire to the same terminal. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 26: Motor Characteristics

    Autotune feature of the H7 ASD. Autotuning is a function of the H7 that measures several parameters of the connected motor and places these readings in a stored table. The software uses the information in the table to help optimize the response of the ASD to application-specific load and operational requirements.

  • Page 27: Operation Above 60 Hz

    If the motor that is coupled to a load that has a large backlash or a reciprocating load, use one of the following procedures to stabilize its operation. • Adjust the S-pattern acceleration/deceleration setting, • If in the Vector control mode, adjust the response time, or • Switch to the Constant Torque control mode. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 28: Load-produced Negative Torque

    The motor may continue to rotate and coast to a stop after being shut off due to the inertia of the load. If an immediate stop is required, a braking system should be used. The two most common types of motor braking systems used with the H7 ASD are DC Injection Braking and Dynamic Braking. For further information on braking systems, see DC Injection Braking on pg.

  • Page 29: Drive Characteristics

    Drive Capacity The H7 ASD must not be used with a motor that has a significantly larger capacity, even if the motor is operated under a small load. A drive being used in this way will be susceptible to the high-output peak current which may result in nuisance tripping.

  • Page 30: Electronic Operator Interface

    Electronic Operator Interface The H7 Electronic Operator Interface (EOI) is comprised of an LCD display, two LEDs, a rotary encoder, and eight keys. These items are described below and their locations are provided in Figure 18 on pg. The EOI can be mounted remotely from the ASD as described in Appendix C on pg.

  • Page 31: Eoi Operation

    Up, Down, and Enter key functions. The software used with the H7 is menu driven; thus, making it a select and click environment. The operating parameters of a motor may be selected and viewed or changed using the EOI.

  • Page 32: System Operation

    Upon initial system powerup, the Startup Wizard starts automatically. The Startup Wizard assists the user with the initial configuration of the input power settings and the output parameters of the H7 ASD. The ASD may also be setup by directly accessing each of the individual parameters (see the section titled Direct Access Parameter Information on pg.

  • Page 33: Default Setting Changes

    Pressing ESC while the system is performing a Changed From Default search terminates the search. Pressing ESC when done searching (or halted at a changed parameter) returns the system to the Program Menu. Figure 20. Changed From Default screen. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 34: Startup Wizard Requirements

    If selection (3) is chosen, click the Finish box and the system returns to the Frequency Command screen. If selection (1) (Run Now) is selected, the Startup Wizard will start and assist the user with the configuration of the H7 True Torque Control Adjustable Speed Drive using the following user-input screens.

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    Adjust Accel/Decel Automatically? When enabled, the H7 adjusts the acceleration and deceleration rates according to the applied load. The acceleration and deceleration times range from 12.5 to 800% of the programmed values for the active acceleration time [e.g., Acceleration Time #1 (F009) and Deceleration Time #1 (F010)].

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    Use Pulse Input Option Wizard: Finish This screen is the final screen of the Startup Wizard. The basic parameters of the ASD have been set. Click Finish to return to the Program mode. Additional application-specific programming may be required. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 37: System Configuration And Menu Options

    System Configuration and Menu Options Root Menus The MON/PRG key accesses the three primary modes of the H7: the Frequency Command mode, the Monitor mode, and the Program mode. From either mode, press the MON/PRG key to loop through to...

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    Torque Limit Group — This parameter is used to select 1 of 4 preset positive torque limits to apply to the active motor (of a multiple motor configuration). The settings of profiles 1 – 4 may be setup at F441, F444, F446, and F448, respectively. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 39: Monitor Mode

    Frequency Reference — Displays the Frequency Setpoint. Output Current — Displays the Output Current as a percentage of the rated capacity of the H7. Bus Voltage — Displays the Bus Voltage as a percentage of the rated capacity of the H7.

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    Option Type — Displays the type form number of the installed ASD-Multicom option board. Option Term A — TBD. Option Term B — TBD. Option Term O — TBD. Option Term P — TBD. Max. Output — TBD. Fault Status — Displays the current fault or No Fault. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 41: Program Mode

    Darker (highlight Darker and press Enter) Contrast (adjustment) Lighter (highlight Lighter and press Enter) Command Local/Remote Key Frequency Realtime Clock Setup Date and time setting (requires RTC option) Double Click Speed Arrow Speed Preferences Encoder Speed Pressed Encoder Action H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    User-defined Units Display Units Hz Per User-defined Unit F702 Frequency Display Resolution F703 Units for Voltage and Current F701 None Auto Setup for 50 Hz Type Reset F007 Auto Setup for 60 Hz Restore Factory Defaults H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    F122 F123 F124 F125 F126 F110 Out 1 F130 Out 2 F131 F132 Output Terminal Function F133 F134 F135 F136 Acc/Dec Base Frequency Adjustment F650 Analog Input Functions Upper-limit Frequency Adjustment F651 Acceleration Time Adjustment F652 H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    F161 FL On Delay F152 FL Off Delay F162 Output Terminal Delays Out4 On Delay F153 Out4 Off Delay F163 Out5 On Delay F154 Out5 Off Delay F164 Out6 On Delay F155 Out6 Off Delay F165 H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    #15 Frequency & Characteristics F294 Preset Speed Mode Use Preset Speed Enable/Disable F380 Fwd/Rev Disable Disable Forward Run/Disable Reverse Run F311 Motorized Pot Setting Disposition at Power F108 Down Motorized Pot Settings Minimum Frequency Maximum Frequency H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    F606 Motor 150% OL Time Limit F607 Overload Soft Stall Enable/Disable F017 Motor Overload Trip Enable/Disable V/f Motor Enable/Disable Trip Settings Trip Save at Power Down Enable/Disable F602 Cooling Fan Control Cooling Fan Control Mode F620 H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    Tension Torque Bias Input Selection F423 Load Sharing Gain Input Selection F424 Positive Torque Limit #1Selection F440 Negative Torque Limit #1 Selection F442 Torque Limit Settings Manual Settings F441 Torque Limit Mode F450 Torque Limit Mode (speed dependent) F451 H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    Current Control Proportional Gain F374 Current Control Integral Gain F375 Speed Loop Proportional Gain F376 Speed Loop Integral Gain F377 Motor Counter Data Selection F378 Speed Loop Parameter Ratio F379 Drooping Control Drooping Gain 100% F320 H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    F292 #14 Frequency & Characteristics F293 #15 Frequency & Characteristics F294 Preset Speed Mode Use Preset Speed Enable/Disable F380 Communication Setting Inverter Number F802 Parameters Communication Settings Logic (TTL) Baud Rate F800 RS232/485 Baud Rate F820 H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    F834 #5 Scan Receive F835 #6 Scan Receive F836 #1 Scan Transmit F841 #2 Scan Transmit F842 #3 Scan Transmit F843 Scan Transmit Settings #4 Scan Transmit F844 #5 Scan Transmit F845 #6 Scan Transmit F846 H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    #1 Electronic Thermal Protection Level F600 #2 Base Frequency F170 #2 Max Output Voltage F171 Motor Set #2 #2 Torque Boost F172 #2 Electronic Thermal Protection Level F173 #3 Base Frequency F174 Motor Set #3 #3 Max Output Voltage F175 H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    Accel/Decel Switching Frequency #1 F505 Accel/Decel Switching Frequency #2 F513 Accel/Decel Switching Frequency #3 F517 Display Resolution F704 High-Speed Operation at Light Load Light-load High-speed Operation Switching Crane/Hoist Load Lower Limit Frequency Light-load High-speed Operation Load Waiting Time H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    0 Hz Command Stop Function F255 Over Exciting Cooperation F481 Stall Cooperation Gain at Field Weakening Special Parameters Zone Exciting Starting Rate Compensation Coefficient for Iron Loss F487 Voltage Compensation Coefficient for Dead Time Dead Time Compensation Enable/Disable F489 H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    Optional Analog Terminal Mark Current Differential Gain F454 Special Parameters Exciting Strengthening Coefficient F480 Enable/Disable User Parameter Initialization F709 During Typeform Initialization % Current Vector Control F482 % Voltage Vector Control F483 % Constant Vector Control F484 H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 55: Direct Access Parameter Information

    F003 Direct Access Parameter Information The H7 ASD has the ability to allow the user direct access to the motor control functions. The functions listed below have an associated Parameter Number which accesses its setting. There are two ways in which the motor-control parameters may be accessed for modification: Program ⇒...

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    Changeable During Run — Yes described at F005. With the drive running at a known frequency, adjust this parameter (F006) until the running frequency produces the desired DC level Minimum — 0 output at the FM terminal. Maximum — 1280 H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    Peak DC Bus Voltage PG Counter Position Pulse RR Input VI/II Input RX Input RX2 Input FM Output (used for factory testing only) AM Output (used for factory testing only) Meter Adjust Value Analog Output Load Torque H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    Under most operating conditions, as the output frequency of the drive goes up so does the output voltage (linear acceleration). The ASD has the ability to modify the relationship between frequency and voltage automatically to produce smoother operation or increased (starting) torque. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    Frequencies below the Lower Limit may also be output Minimum — 0.0 when operating in the PID Control mode, Torque Control mode, or the Maximum — Upper Limit (F012) Vector Control modes (sensorless or feedback). Units — Hz H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    If Load Reactors or Long Lead Filters are used, or if the capacity of the ASD is greater than the motor, manual tuning of the motor parameters may be required for optimum performance. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    Soft Stall is highly effective in preventing motor overload trips when used on fans, blowers, pumps, and other centrifugal loads which require less torque at lower frequencies. Note: The Soft Stall setting may affect acceleration times and patterns. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    Number (MSB) (LSB) F018 setting F019 setting F020 setting F021 setting F022 setting F023 setting F024 setting Note:1 = Terminal connected to CC. Presets 1 – 7 are shown, but may continue to Preset Speed #15. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    Preset Speed #5. The binary number is applied to S1 – S4 of the Changeable During Run — Yes Control Terminal Strip to output the Preset Speed (see F018 for further information on this parameter). Minimum — Lower Limit (F013) Maximum — Upper Limit (F012) Units — Hz H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    Changeable During Run — Yes output terminal that can close an appropriately configured output contact (see Table 7 on pg. 72 for the available output assignments). Minimum — 0.0 Maximum — Max. Freq. (F011) Units — Hz H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 2.5 This parameter sets the bandwidth of the Speed Reach Frequency (F101) setting. Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — 0.0 Maximum — Max. Freq. (F011) Units — Hz H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    F or R will cause the ASD to accelerate the motor to the programmed setpoint of F or R. Opening the F and R contact will disable the ASD and the motor will coast to a stop. The control terminal ST may be configured for other functions. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    Control Terminal Strip will receive priority over commands from the EOI. F260 for further information on using the Jog function. F250 – F252 for further information on DC Injection Braking. Settings: Enabled Disabled H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    If Erase is selected, the ASD will not store the frequency setpoint and establishes a setpoint of 0.0 Hz when restarted. A control terminal configured as MOP Frequency Clear will establish a frequency setpoint of 0.0 Hz regardless of the Motorized Pot Frequency at Power Down setting. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    In addition, the input terminal must be specified as Normally Open or Normally Closed. This parameter sets the programmable RES terminal to 1 of the 68 possible functions that are listed in Table 6 on pg. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    In addition, the input terminal must be specified as Normally Open or Normally Closed. This parameter sets the programmable S4 terminal to 1 of the 68 possible functions that are listed in Table 6 on pg. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    In addition, the input terminal must be specified as Normally Open or Normally Closed. This parameter sets the programmable S7 terminal to 1 of the 68 possible functions that are listed in Table 6 on pg. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    In addition, the input terminal must be specified as Normally Open or Normally Closed. This parameter sets the programmable terminal #14 to 1 of the 68 possible functions that are listed in Table 6 on pg. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    In addition, the input terminal must be specified as Normally Open or Normally Closed. This parameter sets the programmable terminal #16 to 1 of the 68 possible functions that are listed in Table 6 on pg. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    CC (the status of the F and R terminals is ignored). Use F260 to set the Jog Frequency and use F261 to select the Jog Stop Method. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    Line Power Switching (At) and this input terminal setting enables this function. Once configured, the frequency setting of Line Power Switching (Hz) establishes the speed at which the drive terminates its output and routes commercial power to the motor. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    E-11 occurs. The returned signal may also be used to notify the user or control a dependent subsystem. 66 — System Consistent Sequence (BT: braking test) — TBD. 67 — Output Frequency Hold — TBD. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    The on and off delay times of the #4 terminals may be adjusted to provide more response time to the device that is connected to the output terminals. In addition, the output terminals must be specified as Normally Open or Normally Closed. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    Minimum — 2.0 Maximum — 200.0 Units — mS The delay may be increased to provide additional electrical noise immunity or to prevent the ASD from responding to contact bounce or chatter. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    Bypass Output #2 Heavy Load Detection Signal Fan On/Off Positive Torque Limit Jogging Negative Torque Limit Control Terminal Strip Operation Command Mode External Rush Suppression Relay Output Total-operation-hours Alarm Over Travel Abnormal Communication Alarm (external cause) Positioning Completion H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    (see waveforms at F140). The delay may be increased to provide additional electrical noise immunity or Minimum — 2.0 to prevent the ASD from responding to contact bounce or chatter. Maximum — 200.0 Units — mS H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    This parameter delays the closing of the OUT4 output terminals by the Changeable During Run — No programmed value (see waveforms at F150). The delay may be increased to prevent relay chatter. Minimum — 2.0 Maximum — 200.0 Units — mS H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    This parameter delays the opening of the OUT1 (A & C) output terminals by Changeable During Run — No the programmed value. The delay may be increased to allow the devices that are connected to OUT1 to Minimum — 2.0 respond. Maximum — 200.0 Units — mS H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    Changeable During Run — No programmed value (see waveforms at F160). The delay may be increased to allow the devices that are connected to OUT6 to Minimum — 2.0 respond. Maximum — 200.0 Units — mS H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    Minimum — 0.0 boost. Maximum — 30.0 This parameter is used only when the parameters for motor set #2 are Units — % configured and selected. Motor set #2 may be selected by a properly configured input terminal. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    Minimum — 0.0 boost. Maximum — 30.0 This parameter is used only when the parameters for motor set #3 are Units — % configured and selected. Motor set #3 may be selected by a properly configured input terminal. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    Minimum — 0.0 boost. Maximum — 30.0 This parameter is used only when the parameters for motor set #4 are Units — % configured and selected. Motor set #4 may be selected by a properly configured input terminal. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    Maximum — 400 To enable this function, set the V/f Pattern (F015) selection to Custom V/f Units — Hz Curve. Custom V/f Curves may be useful in starting high inertia loads such as rotary drum vacuum filters. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    F194 Changeable During Run — No (Custom V/f Five Point Setting #3 Frequency). F190 for additional information on custom V/f curves. Minimum — 0.0 Maximum — 100.0 Units — % H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    F198 Changeable During Run — No (Custom V/f Five Point Setting #5 Frequency). F190 for additional information on custom V/f curves. Minimum — 0.0 Maximum — 100.0 Units — % H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    Frequency Source Priority Switching allows for a contact closure at a preconfigured input terminal to toggle control between Frequency Source #1 and Frequency Source #2. Any of the programmable input terminals may be programmed as the Frequency Source Priority Switching terminal. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    4 – 20 mA current loop signal where 4 mA equals 20% of a 20 mA signal. If the VI input is used (0 – 10 VDC input), parameter F201 may be changed to 0.0% (of the input signal). H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    Units — % This parameter sets Torque Reference Setpoint #1 (%) and is the output torque value that is associated with the setting of F201. This value is entered as 0 to 250% of the rated torque. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    Changeable During Run — Yes determine if Frequency Source #1 or #2 will control the output of the ASD. F200 for additional information on this setting. Minimum — 0.1 Maximum — Max. Freq. (F011) Units — Hz H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    (digital) values. The rolling average is updated (every 4 µS) and scaled for use by the microprocessor. False responses to electrical noise are eliminated with no loss in bandwidth because the value used by the drive is the average value of several samples. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    F472 (Bias) and F473 (Gain). This parameter sets the RR input level that represents RR Speed Reference Setpoint #1 (torque or frequency). This value is entered as 0 – 100% of the RR input signal range. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    Units — % This parameter sets RR Torque Reference Setpoint #1 and is the output torque value that is associated with setting of F210. This value is entered as 0 – 250% of the rated torque. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    Units — % This parameter sets RR Torque Reference Setpoint #2 and is the output torque value that is associated with setting of F212. This value is entered as 0 – 250% of the rated torque. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    This parameter sets the RX input level that represents RX Reference Setpoint #1 (direction/torque/frequency). This value is entered as -100 to +100% of the -10 to +10 VDC RX input signal range. The input signal may be trimmed using F474 (Bias) and F475 (Gain). H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    Units — % This parameter sets RX Torque Reference Setpoint #1 (%) and is the output torque value that is associated with setting of F216. This value is entered as -250 to +250% of the rated torque. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    Units — % This parameter sets RX Torque Reference Setpoint #2 (%) and is the output torque value that is associated with setting of F218. This value is entered as -250 to +250% of the rated torque. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    This parameter sets the RX2 input level that represents RX2 Reference Setpoint #1 (frequency) (direction/torque/frequency). This value is entered as -100 to +100% of the -10 to +10 VDC RX2 input signal range. The input signal may be trimmed using F476 (Bias) and F477 (Gain). H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    Units — % This parameter sets RX2 Torque Reference Setpoint #1 (%) and is the output torque value that is associated with the setting of F222. This value is entered as -250 to +250% of the rated torque. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    Units — % This parameter sets RX2 Torque Reference Setpoint #2 (%) and is the output torque value that is associated with the setting of F224. This value is entered as -250 to +250% of the rated torque. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    This parameter sets BIN Reference Setpoint #1 (direction/torque/frequency) and is entered as 0 to 100% of the BIN binary input word 11111111 (255 H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    BIN binary input and motor load. Maximum — +250.0 F228 for further information on this setting. This parameter sets BIN Torque Reference Setpoint #1 (%) and is entered as Units — % -250 to +250% of the rated torque. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    Setpoint #1 (frequency) (direction/speed). The range of values for this parameter is -100 to +100% of the PG input pulse count range. Note: Further application-specific PG settings may be performed from the following path: Program ⇒ Feedback Parameters ⇒ PG Settings. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    Output frequencies below the Startup Frequency will not be output from the Minimum — 0.0 drive during startup. However, once reaching the Startup Frequency, speed Maximum — 10.0 values below the Startup Frequency may be output from the drive. Units — Hz H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    ASD will output 0 Hz to the motor. Minimum — 0.0 Note: This setting will override the Startup Frequency setting (F240) if this Maximum — 5.0 setting has a higher value. Units — Hz H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    DC Braking Parameter Type — Check Box Factory Default — Disabled This parameter determines if DC Injection braking is to be used during a change in the direction of the motor. Changeable During Run — Yes H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    Injection Braking) This parameter selects the go-to-zero method to be used by the ASD when the ASD is commanded to go to zero Hz. Changeable During Run — No Settings: Standard (DC Injection Braking) 0 Hz Command H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    Enable Jog Window). Press MON/ PRG to access the Jog Window. Place the system in the Remote mode (Local/Remote LED is off). Connect the assigned Jog terminal (from step 1) to CC for the desired Jog duration. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    (see the plus-or-minus value setting at F273). When multiple Changeable During Run — Yes jump frequencies overlap, the system will recognize the lowest and the highest frequencies as one jump range. Minimum — 0.00 Maximum — Max. Freq. (F011) Units — Hz H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    Changeable During Run — Yes feedback signal will be used as a reference for determining the Jump Frequency range. F270 for further information on the Jump Frequency settings. Settings: Process Amount (use PID feedback) Output Frequency H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    Preset Speed #11. The binary number is applied to S1 – S4 of the Changeable During Run — Yes Control Terminal Strip to output the Preset Speed (see F018 for further information on this parameter). Minimum — Lower Limit (F013) Maximum — Upper Limit (F012) Units — Hz H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    Preset Speed #15. The binary number is applied to S1 – S4 of the Changeable During Run — Yes Control Terminal Strip to output the Preset Speed (see F018 for further information on this parameter). Minimum — Lower Limit (F013) Maximum — Upper Limit (F012) Units — Hz H7 ASD Operation Manual...

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    After a trip has occurred, this parameter sets the number of times that an automatic system restart is attempted. Changeable During Run — Yes See the section titled Safety Precautions on pg. 2 for further information on this setting. Minimum — 00 Maximum — 10 H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 117

    F304, F308, and F309. For additional information on selecting the proper resistance value for a given application contact Toshiba’s Marketing Department. Note: The Dynamic Braking function is not available on the 230 volt - 30 and 40 HP, the 400 volt - 25 – 350 HP, and the 600 volt - 22 – 300 HP ASDs.

  • Page 118

    Changeable During Run — No For additional information on selecting the proper resistor wattage value for a given application contact Toshiba’s Marketing Department. Minimum — 0.01 Maximum — 600.0 Note: Using a resistor with a wattage rating that is too low may result in system damage.

  • Page 119

    Changeable During Run — No long as the Retry/Restart feature is enabled at F301. Units — Seconds Settings: 0.5 Sec.(fast) 1.0 Sec. (standard) 1.5 Sec. 2.0 Sec. 2.5 Sec. 3.0 Sec. 3.5 Sec. 4.0 Sec. 4.5 Sec. 5.0 Sec. (slow) H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 120

    This parameter defines a torque range in which the Drooping Control settings will be ignored and the programmed torque settings will be followed. Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — 0.00 Maximum — 100.0 Units — % H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 121

    Drooping Control ⇒ ⇒ Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 100.0 Contact Toshiba’s Marketing Department for information on this parameter. Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — 0.1 Maximum — 200.0 Load Inertia (Acc/Dec Torque) Direct Access Number — F325 Program ⇒...

  • Page 122

    This parameter determines the amount of time that the drive will wait before allowing commercial power to be applied to the motor once the switch-to- Changeable During Run — Yes commercial-power criteria has been met. Minimum — (drive dependent) Maximum — 10.00 Units — Seconds H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 123

    This parameter provides a value that either increases or decreases the degree that the Proportional function affects the output signal.The larger the value Changeable During Run — Yes entered here, the quicker the drive responds to changes in feedback. Minimum — 0.01 Maximum — 100.0 H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 124

    This parameter is used to set the end-of-travel range when using an encoder on a motor-driven positioning system (e.g., hoist/crane, etc.). Changeable During Run — No Minimum — 1 Maximum — 9999 Units — Pulse Count H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 125

    PG Settings Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 4.00 This parameter provides a divisor for the pulse input when operating in the Pulse Control mode. Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — 0.0 Maximum — 100.0 H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 126

    PG signal to control speed. The larger the value entered here, Changeable During Run — Yes the more sensitive the drive is to changes in the received feedback and the quicker it responds. Minimum — 3.2 Maximum — 1000 H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 127

    Feedback Parameters ⇒ PG Settings Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Selection 0 Contact Toshiba’s Marketing Department for information on this parameter. Changeable During Run — No Minimum — Selection 0 Maximum — Selection 5 Speed Loop Parameter Ratio Direct Access Number —...

  • Page 128

    Direct Access Number — F390 Program ⇒ Pattern Run Control Parameters ⇒ Preset Speeds Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Forward Determines the forward/reverse setting for the #10 Preset Speed (F289). Changeable During Run — No H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 129

    This parameter provides a degree of slip compensation for a given load. A higher setting here decreases the slip allowed for a given load/ASD output ratio. Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — 0.00 Maximum — 2.55 H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 130

    This parameter provides slight increases in the output voltage of the drive at the high speed range. Changeable During Run — No This setting (motor tuning) is required to use the Vector Control, Automatic Torque Boost, or Automatic Energy-saving functions. Minimum — 0.00 Maximum — 650.0 H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 131

    Program Motor Parameters Motor Settings ⇒ ⇒ Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Toshiba EQP III This parameter identifies the type of motor being used. TEFC Settings: Changeable During Run — No Toshiba EQP III TEFC Toshiba EQP III ODP...

  • Page 132

    This parameter Enables/Disables the Tension Torque Bias input function and identifies the source of the Tension Torque Bias input signal when enabled. Changeable During Run — Yes Settings: Disabled VI/II RX2 (option) LED Keypad Option Binary/BCD Input Common Serial (TTL) RS232/485 Communication Card H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 133

    This parameter provides a value to be used as the Forward Speed Limit setting if Setting is selected at F425. Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — 0.00 Maximum — Upper Limit (F012) Units — Hz H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 134

    Torque Control mode. This Changeable During Run — Yes parameter sets the input terminal that will be used to control the allowable speed variance. Settings: None VI/II RX2 (option) Fixed H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 135

    This parameter determines the source of the control signal for the positive torque limit setting. If Setting is selected, the value set at F441 is used as the Changeable During Run — Yes Power Running Torque Limit #1 input. Settings: VI/II RX2 (option) Setting H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 136

    Changeable During Run — Yes profile when multiple motors are controlled by a single drive or when a single motor is to be controlled by multiple profiles. Minimum — 0.00 Maximum — 250.0 Units — % H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 137

    Changeable During Run — Yes profile when multiple motors are controlled by a single drive or when a single motor is to be controlled by multiple profiles. Minimum — 0.00 Maximum — 250.0 Units — % H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 138

    ⇒ Torque Limit Settings ⇒ Parameter Type — Selection List Torque Limit Mode Factory Default — Driving/Regen Contact Toshiba’s Marketing Department for information on this parameter. Changeable During Run — No Settings: Driving/Regen Positive/Negative Torque Limit Mode (Speed Dependent) Direct Access Number — F451 Program ⇒...

  • Page 139

    100% level setting of the ASD system. This is accomplished by setting the input source to 100% and either increasing or decreasing this setting to provide an output of 100% from the ASD. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 140

    100% level setting of the ASD system. This is accomplished by setting the input source to 100% and either increasing or decreasing this setting to provide an output of 100% from the ASD. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 141

    Changeable During Run — Yes excitation current is allowed to reach saturation. If Effective is selected, the preset Torque Control or Speed Control settings will determine the rate that the motor reaches excitation saturation. Settings: Effective Applied by F480 H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 142

    Compensation Coefficient for Iron Loss Factory Default — 105.0 This parameter compensates for losses in the rotor-to-stator coupling of the Changeable During Run — Yes excitation and torque current energy. Minimum — 0 Maximum — 255 H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 143

    Maximum — 6000.0 function. Units — Seconds Note: An acceleration time shorter than the load will allow may cause nuisance tripping and mechanical stress to loads. Automatic Accel/Decel and Stall settings may lengthen the acceleration time. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 144

    This setting is also used to determine the deceleration rate of the Motorized Pot function. Units — Seconds Note: A deceleration time shorter than the load will allow may cause nuisance tripping and mechanical stress to loads. Automatic Accel/Decel and Stall settings may lengthen the acceleration time. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 145

    This setting is also popular for applications that require shock absorption at the start of acceleration or deceleration. S-pattern 2 acceleration and deceleration decreases the rate of change above the base frequency. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 146

    Special Control Parameters ⇒ Accel/Decel Special Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 25.00 Sets the lower limit of S-pattern 1 and 2. Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — 0.00 Maximum — 50.00 Units — % H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 147

    F508. Maximum — 6000.0 Note: A deceleration time shorter than the load will allow may cause nuisance Units — Seconds tripping and mechanical stress to loads. Automatic Accel/Decel and Stall settings may lengthen the deceleration time. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 148

    F508. Maximum — 6000.0 Note: A deceleration time shorter than the load will allow may cause nuisance tripping and mechanical stress to loads. Units — Seconds Automatic Accel/Decel and Stall settings may lengthen the deceleration time. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 149

    This parameter sets the frequency at which the acceleration control is switched from the Accel #3 profile to the Accel #4 profile during a multiple-acceleration Changeable During Run — Yes profile configuration. Minimum — 0.00 Maximum — Max. Freq. (F011) Units — Hz H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 150

    Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Disable This parameter sets the start condition of subsequent Pattern Runs after the initial Pattern Run has been terminated or has completed its programming. Changeable During Run — No Settings: Reset Continue H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 151

    Group #1 Speed #5 Direct Access Number — F535 Program ⇒ Pattern Run Control Parameters ⇒ Speeds Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — 5 Same as #1 Group Speed #1 (see F531). Changeable During Run — No H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 152

    Group #2 Speed #4 Direct Access Number — F544 Program ⇒ Pattern Run Control Parameters ⇒ Speeds Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — 12 Same as #1 Group Speed #1 (see F531). Changeable During Run — No H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 153

    Group #3 Speed #3 Direct Access Number — F553 Program ⇒ Pattern Run Control Parameters ⇒ Speeds Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — 3 Same as #1 Group Speed #1 (see F531). Changeable During Run — No H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 154

    Group #4 Speed #2 Direct Access Number — F562 Program ⇒ Pattern Run Control Parameters ⇒ Speeds Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — 10 Same as #1 Group Speed #1 (see F531). Changeable During Run — No H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 155

    In conjunction with the setting of F585, this parameter is used to set the run- time of Preset Speed 1 when used as part of a Pattern Run. Changeable During Run — No Settings: Time From Start Time From Reach No Limit Until Next Step H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 156

    Direct Access Number — F578 Program ⇒ Pattern Run Control Parameters ⇒ Preset Speeds ⇒ Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Time From Start Same as #1 Pattern Characteristics (see F570). Changeable During Run — No H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 157

    Factory Default — 5 This parameter sets the run-time value for the #1 Preset Speed mode when used as part of a Pattern Run. Changeable During Run — No Minimum — 1 Maximum — 8000 Units — Seconds H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 158

    Factory Default — 5 This parameter sets the run-time value for the #5 Preset Speed mode when used as part of a Pattern Run. Changeable During Run — No Minimum — 1 Maximum — 8000 Units — Seconds H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 159

    Factory Default — 5 This parameter sets the run-time value for the #9 Preset Speed mode when used as part of a Pattern Run. Changeable During Run — No Minimum — 1 Maximum — 8000 Units — Seconds H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 160

    Factory Default — 5 This parameter sets the run-time value for the #13 Preset Speed mode when used as part of a Pattern Run. Changeable During Run — No Minimum — 1 Maximum — 8000 Units — Seconds H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 161

    The overcurrent level is entered as a Changeable During Run — Yes percentage of the maximum rating of the drive. Minimum — 0.00 Maximum — 200.0 Units — % H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 162

    This parameter Enables/Disables the monitoring of each phase of the 3-phase output signal (U, V, or W) of the ASD. If either line is missing, inactive, or not Changeable During Run — No of the specified level, the ASD incurs a trip. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 163

    When enabled, the drive will trip on a low-current fault if the output current of Changeable During Run — No the drive falls below the level defined at F611 and remains there for the time set at F612. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 164

    When enabled, the ASD trips if a torque larger than the setting of F616 F617 Changeable During Run — No exists for a time longer than the setting of F618. When disabled, the ASD does not trip due to overtorque conditions. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 165

    Changeable During Run — Yes brake. Minimum — 0.1 Note: The time displayed is 1/10th of the actual time (0.1 hr. = 1.0 hr.). Maximum — 999.9 Units — Hours (X 100) H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 166

    Overvoltage Trip. Minimum — 50.00 If the overvoltage condition persists for over 250 µS, an Overvoltage Trip will Maximum — 250.0 be incurred. Units — % Note: This feature may increase deceleration times. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 167

    Once this time has elapsed, a signal will be provided to indicate that the brake has failed. Minimum — 0.00 This signal may be used to halt a related system function or to notify the user. Maximum — 10.00 Units — Seconds H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 168

    This parameter Enables/Disables the feature that allows for the external adjustment of the Upper Limit. When enabled, either VI/II or RR may be used Changeable During Run — Yes as an input source for the modification of the Upper Limit setting. Settings: Disabled VI/II H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 169

    Torque Boost setting. Selecting either VI/II or RR enables Changeable During Run — Yes this feature. The selected input is used as a modifier of the programmed Torque Boost setting. Settings: Disabled VI/II H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 170

    Output Frequency. If operating using the LED Keypad Option and Setting is selected, the value entered at F729 is used as the multiplier. Settings: Disabled VI/II RX2 (option) Setting (LED Keypad Option Only) H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 171

    This parameter sets the Analog 2 multifunction programmable terminal to 1 of Frequency 31 possible functions and is available on the ASD Multicom option board only. Changeable During Run — Yes Possible assignments for this output terminal are listed in Table 5 on pg. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 172

    Changeable During Run — Yes This feature is useful when the output of a process is moved along at a rate that is proportional to the output frequency of the drive. Minimum — 0.00 Maximum — 200.0 Units — Hz/UDU H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 173

    Frequency, Base Frequency Voltage, Manual Torque Boost, and Electronic Thermal Protection. Expanded descriptions of these parameters may be found in this section (Direct Access Parameter Information). Note: If using the LCD EOI, press ESC from the Frequency Command screen to access this parameter. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 174

    If operating using the LED Keypad Option this parameter provides a value to be used in the event that Setting is selected for the Frequency Override Changeable During Run — Yes Multiplying Input (F661). Minimum — -100.00 Maximum — 100.00 H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 175

    Minimum — 0 The communications network includes other ASDs and Host/Control computers Maximum — 100 that monitor the status of the ASD(s), transfers commands, and loads or modifies the parameter settings of the ASD. Units — Seconds H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 176

    Changeable During Run — Yes Note: Select No Slave if F826 is configured as a Master Output controller. Otherwise, an EOI failure will result. Settings: No Slave (normal operation) Frequency Reference Output Command Frequency Torque Command Output Torque Command H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 177

    This parameter is used to set the gain and bias of the Communications Changeable During Run — Yes Reference speed control input. F811 for further information on this setting. Minimum — 0.00 This parameter sets Communications Reference Speed Setpoint #1. Maximum — Max. Freq. (F011) Units — Hz H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 178

    Communication Setting Parameters ⇒ Communication Parameter Type — Selection List Settings Factory Default — 4 This parameter sets the communications protocol to the 2 or 4 wire method. Changeable During Run — Yes Settings: 2 wire 4 wire H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 179

    Communication Setting Parameters ⇒ Scan Receive Parameter Type — Selection List Settings Factory Default — Scan 0 Contact Toshiba’s Marketing Department for information on this parameter. Changeable During Run — Yes #2 Scan Receive Direct Access Number — F832 Program ⇒...

  • Page 180

    Scan Receive ⇒ ⇒ Parameter Type — Selection List Settings Factory Default — Scan 0 Contact Toshiba’s Marketing Department for information on this parameter. Changeable During Run — Yes #4 Scan Receive Direct Access Number — F834 Program ⇒ Communication Setting Parameters ⇒...

  • Page 181

    ⇒ ⇒ Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Mode 0 The S20 system is Toshiba’s high-speed fiber optic communication system. This function is unavailable at the time of this release. Error Detect Time Direct Access Number — F851...

  • Page 182

    ⇒ ⇒ Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — 0 The S20 system is Toshiba’s high-speed fiber optic communication system. This function is unavailable at the time of this release. Fault Detect Station Number Direct Access Number — F868 Program ⇒...

  • Page 183

    Direct Access Number — F894 Program Communication Setting Parameters Optional ⇒ ⇒ Parameter Type — Numerical Parameters Factory Default — 0 Contact Toshiba’s Marketing Department for information on this parameter. Minimum — 0 Maximum — 0 H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 184: Alarms, Faults, Trips, And Troubleshooting

    The operating conditions at the time of the trip may be used to help determine the cause of the trip. Listed below are operating conditions that may be used to assist the operator in correcting the problem or that the ASD operator should be prepared to discuss when contacting Toshiba’s Customer Support for assistance. •...

  • Page 185: Clearing A Trip

    • Remotely via the communications channel, • Momentarily connecting terminal RES to CC of the Control Terminal Strip, or • Via Program ⇒ Utility Parameters ⇒ Type Reset ⇒ Clear Trip (clears Trip Monitor From ASD). H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 186: H7 Codes And Error Messages

    Viewing Trip Information on pg. 177 operating without the RTC option and before resetting the ASD, the at-trip information may be viewed from the Monitor screen. Table 9. H7 Error Codes and System Status Indicator information. Function Description Possible Causes...

  • Page 187

    ASD are of the ASD. securely and of the proper inactive or missing. voltage levels. • An R, S, or T fuse is open (blown). • Ensure that the input power fuses are intact. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 188

    • Ensure that the option device is configured correctly. Flash Memory ERR9 This fault is caused by • Defective flash memory • Make a service call. Fault corrupted data in the flash (ROM or RAM). source or destination memory location. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 189

    Main Circuit This fault is caused by an • Low input voltage. • If the utility line voltage Undervoltage undervoltage condition at is within acceptable the 3-phase AC input to the limits, make a service ASD. call. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 190

    Mounting the ASD on pg. if during a fixed-speed run the ASD overheats. On ASDs that are greater than 100 HP, it occurs when the ASD current exceeds 320% of the rated FLA on a fixed- speed run. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 191

    MS1 AUX circuit (see • Remove the ST-to-CC Installation Notes on pg. requirement via Program ⇒ Terminal Selection Parameters ⇒ Input Special Functions ⇒ Signal Selection ⇒ CC Not Required. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 192

    • Ensure that the incoming • The incoming utility power utility power is within level is above the specified normal operating range. parameters. • Make a service call if the failure persists. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 193

    Excessive load on the power • Ensure that the input the 5, 15, or the 24 VDC supply. voltage is as specified. supply. Low input voltage. • Make a service call if the failure persists. H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 194

    F628 so long as • Set the Ridethrough F627 is enabled. mode (F302) to Ridethrough. • Enable F301 to allow for a restart after a momentary power failure. • Increase the Undervoltage Detection time (F628). H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 195: Enclosure Dimensions And Conduit Plate Information

    Appendix A Enclosure Dimensions and Conduit Plate Information H7 Part Numbering Convention. Note: The Type 1 enclosed versions of these drives meet or exceed the specification UL 1995, the Standard for Heating and Cooling Equipment, and complies with the applicable requirements for installation in a compartment handling conditioned air.

  • Page 196

    23.63/600 17.38/441 11.50/292 21.63/549 22.75/578 14.25/362 0.75/19 0.50/13 51394 6330 6400 6500 6600 36.50/927 19.25/489 13.56/344 33.88/861 35.34/898 12.63/321 0.75/19 0.63/16 51288 6750 610K 612K 57.00/1448 19.25/489 13.16/334 54.16/1376 55.81/1418 12.63/321 0.75/19 0.69/18 51314 51313 615K H7 ASD Operation Manual Appendix A...

  • Page 197

    193 Number Fig. Weight Weight (in/mm) (in/mm) (in/mm) (in/mm) (in/mm) (in/mm) (in/mm) (in/mm) and 194) (lbs.) (lbs.) VT130H7U Bottom 620K 625K 59.94/1522 25.88/657 14.47/368 57.40/1449 58.75/1492 11.81/300 0.75/19 0.69/18 51332 51333 630K Figure 22. Appendix A H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 198

    Figure 23. H7 ASD Operation Manual Appendix A...

  • Page 199

    Figure 24. Appendix A H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 200: Conduit Plate Information

    Conduit Plate Information The conduit plate information provided below is for the 0.75 to 350 HP H7 ASDs of the 230, 460, and 600 volt product lines. Each bottom or top conduit plate may be cross referenced to the applicable device using...

  • Page 201

    Figure 26. Appendix A H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 202: Conduit Extender Box (option)

    Remove the conduit plate 49462. Install the Conduit Extender Box 53354, reusing the 2 screws from the conduit plate. Make the conduit and wiring connections. Install the Conduit Extender Box cover 53355. Figure 27. Conduit Extender Box. H7 ASD Operation Manual Appendix A...

  • Page 203: H7 Adapter Mounting Plates

    H7 Adapter Mounting Plates The optional H7 mounting plates may be used when replacing a G3 ASD with the H7 ASD. The mounting plates are fitted with permanently attached nuts for securing the H7 ASD to the adapter plate. The perimeter mounting-hole dimensions of the adapter plate allow the adapter plate to be mounted using the existing cabinet (or wall) holes.

  • Page 204: Asd Adapter Mounting Plate Dimensions

    ASD Adapter Mounting Plate Dimensions Figure 28. 51761 and 51762 adapter mounting plate dimensions. H7 ASD Operation Manual Appendix B...

  • Page 205

    Figure 29. 51763 and 51764 adapter mounting plate dimensions. Appendix B H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 206

    Figure 30. 51769 and 51770 adapter mounting plate dimensions. H7 ASD Operation Manual Appendix B...

  • Page 207: Eoi Remote Mounting

    Appendix C EOI Remote Mounting The H7 ASD may be controlled from a remote position via the EOI. For safety and application-specific reasons, some ASD installations will warrant that the operator not be in the vicinity during operation or that the EOI not be attached to the ASD housing. The EOI may be mounted either with or without the optional H7 Remote Mounting Kit (P/N ASD-MTG-KIT).

  • Page 208: Eoi Remote Mounting W/o The Asd-mtg-kit

    Attach and secure the EOI to the front side of the Bezel plate using the four 6-32 x 5/16” pan head screws, #6 split lock washers, and the #6 flat washers. Connect the RJ-45 extension cable(s). H7 ASD Operation Manual Appendix C...

  • Page 209

    CAUTION: Failure to use the correct hardware may result in damage to the outer surface of the EOI panel and/or improper seating of the panel to the bezel plate. Use caution when mounting the EOI assembly to ensure that the internal thread clearance is maintained. Correct Incorrect Appendix C H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 210: Current/voltage Specifications

    150.0 150/110 190.0 A 228.0 A 420KA 200.0 200/150 240.0 A 288.0 A 425KA 250.0 250/185 302.0 A 362.4 A 430KA 300.0 300/220 370.0 A 444.0 A 435KA 350.0 350/280 450.0 A 540.0 A H7 ASD Operation Manual Appendix D...

  • Page 211

    99.0 A 118.8 A 612K 125/90.0 125.0 A 150.0 A 615K 150/110 150.0 A 180.0 A 620K 200/150 200.0 A 240.0 A 625K 250/185 250.0 A 300.0 A 630K 300/220 300.0 A 360.0 A Appendix D H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 212: Cable/terminal Specifications

    AM, FM, and II Control Terminal ASD Input/Output Power (Amps) Power Terminals Strip Lug Wire Capacity 2010 2015 2025 2035 8 to 24 AWG 2055 2080 (3-core shield) (2-core shield) 2110 2160 2220 2270 14-1/0 2330 H7 ASD Operation Manual Appendix E...

  • Page 213

    14 to 1/0 4750A 410KA 412KA #2/0 415KA *#4/0 6 to 250 420KA *#2/0 425KA *#4/0 430KA *#300 435KA *#400 Note: (*) Indicates that the item is one of a set of two parallel cables. Appendix E H7 ASD Operation Manual...

  • Page 214

    6330 (3-core shield) (2-core shield) 18-2/14-2 6400 6500 6600 6750 610K 612K 6-250 615K #2/0 620K #3/0 625K *#3/0 Note: (*) Indicates that the item is one of a set of two parallel cables. H7 ASD Operation Manual Appendix E...

  • Page 215: Link Reactor Information

    Selection of a link reactor (DCL) is often application specific. This document will provide guidelines for selecting link reactors for the H7 series of drives. The 600 Volt series drives above 15 HP allow for the reactor to be mounted internal to the drive. All other H7 drives require that the DCL be mounted externally.

  • Page 216

    Model Number DCL Part DCL Inductance VT130H7U Number (mH) (Amps) 6750 36365 0.20 114.0 610K 36366 0.20 141.0 612K 36367 0.15 175.0 615K 41443 0.19 260.0 620K 41443 0.19 260.0 625K 45259 0.10 360.0 H7 ASD Operation Manual Appendix F...

  • Page 217: H7 Optional Devices

    ASD7-SIM2 Emulates the input control signals of the H7 ASD via switches and pots. ASD-BPC Provides dust protection for the H7 ASD when the EOI is removed or mounted remotely. ASD-CAB-PC Female 9-pin d-type to RJ-45 (PC to ASD cable).

  • Page 218: H7 Asd Spare Parts Listing S

    51501 Parenthesized are the total quantities per model number. Toshiba recommends a spare parts inventory of 2 minimum for the parts listed. If the total quantity per unit is 3 or more then the suggested spare parts inventory is one third of the total unit quantity (2 minimum).

  • Page 219

    P042 Parenthesized are the total quantities per model number. Toshiba recommends a spare parts inventory of 2 minimum for the parts listed. If the total quantity per unit is 3 or more then the suggested spare parts inventory is one third of the total unit quantity (2 minimum).

  • Page 220

    4-20 mA PCB — 50611A. Parenthesized are the total quantities per unit. Toshiba recommends a spare parts inventory of 2 minimum for the parts listed. If the total quantity per unit is 3 or more then the suggested spare parts inventory is one third of the total unit quantity (2 minimum).

  • Page 221

    (12) Parenthesized are the total quantities per model number. Toshiba recommends a spare parts inventory of 2 minimum for the parts listed. If the total quantity per unit is 3 or more then the suggested spare parts inventory is one third of the total unit quantity (2 minimum).

  • Page 222

    52266 The following PCBs are common to the above-listed typeforms. Control Terminal Strip PCB — 48570A. 4-20 mA PCB — 50611A. Toshiba recommends a spare parts inventory of 2 minimum for the parts listed. H7 ASD Operation Manual Appendix H...

  • Page 223

    Changed From Default screen, 26 Analog1, 44 Circuit breaker configuration, 7 Analog2, 44 Clearing a Trip, 178 Appendix A, 188 CN7 Pinout, 15 Appendix B, 196 Command Mode Selection, 48 Appendix C, 200 Appendix D, 203 Command Source, 29 H7 Operation Manual...

  • Page 224

    EOI Remote Mounting w/o the ASD-MTG-KIT, 201 DC Injection Braking Time, 102 EOI Setup Options, 34 DCL Selection Table, 208 Escape Key, 23 Dead Time Compensation, 46 Decel #1 Time, 52 Extended Terminal Function, 61 Decel #2 Time, 137 Extender Cables, 200 H7 Operation Manual...

  • Page 225

    Group #4 Speed Repeat Factor, 147 FP Terminal Settings, 37 Frequency Command screen, 25 Frequency Control, 45 Frequency Display Resolution, 166 H7 Codes and Error Messages, 179 Frequency Mode #1, 49 H7 Error Messages, 179 Frequency Mode #2, 34, 86 H7 Optional Devices, 210...

  • Page 226

    Motor/Load Combinations, 20 Low Current Trip Threshold Time, 157 Motorized Pot Frequency at Power Down, 61 Low Speed Operation, 19 Low Speed Signal Output Frequency, 57 Motorized Pot Settings, 38 Lower Limit Frequency, 27, 52 Mounting the ASD, 8 H7 Operation Manual...

  • Page 227

    Overtorque Trip/Alarm Level (Negative Torque), 158 Phase Loss, 40 Overtorque Trip/Alarm Level (Positive Torque), 158 PID feedback, 116, 167 Overvoltage Stall, 110 PO, 9 Overvoltage Stall Level, 160 Position Completion Range, 119 Overvoltage Stall Level (fast), 159 Position Loop Gain, 118 H7 Operation Manual...

  • Page 228

    R Input Terminal Assignment, 62 R Input Terminal Delay, 73 RX2 Speed Reference Setpoint #2 (frequency), 95 R/F Priority Selection, 60 RX2 Torque Reference Setpoint #1 (%), 95 Reach Settings, 37 RX2 Torque Reference Setpoint #2 (%), 96 H7 Operation Manual...

  • Page 229

    Undervoltage Stall level, 160 ST Signal Selection, 59 Undervoltage Trip, 160 ST1, 6 Undervoltage/Ridethrough, 39 Stall, 39 Unit Weight, 188 Standard Mode Settings, 34 Startup and Test, 10 Up Key, 23 Startup Frequency, 100 Upper Limit Frequency, 27, 52 H7 Operation Manual...

  • Page 230

    Voltage and Frequency Rating of the Motor, 27 V/f Group, 166 Volts per Hertz Setting, 28 V/f Pattern, 53 Vector Motor Model, 44 Vector Motor Model Autotune Command, 122 Versions, 35 VI, 11, 13 Wizard Finish, 29 H7 Operation Manual...

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