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Setting
Signal
Positive
Negative
name
logic
logic
217
317
Y217
218
318
STIR
219
319
Y219
220
320
Y220
226
326
Y226
228
328
DRY
229
329
Y229
230
330
Y230
9999
*1
Note that changing the frequency setting with an analog signal or the setting dial on the operation panel (FR-DU08) may cause the turning ON
and OFF of the Up to frequency (SU) signal depending on its changing speed and the timing of the speed change determined by the acceleration/
deceleration time setting. (The signal state changing does not occur when the acceleration/deceleration time is set to 0 seconds.)
*2
The setting is available for the standard structure model and the IP55 compatible model.
*3
This signal cannot be assigned to any of the output terminals for plug-in options (FR-A8AY and FR-A8AR).
*4
Available when the plug-in option is connected.
*5
This signal is available when the PLC function is enabled, or when an option (FR-A8AY, FR-A8AR, FR-A8NC, or FR-A8NCE) is installed. Use
Pr.313 to Pr.322 to assign the function to the terminal. For the information of the availability of these parameters for each option, refer to the
Instruction Manual of the option.
*6
On restarting the inverter, the Fault output 2 (ALM2) signal turns OFF at the time the inverter power turns OFF.
NOTE
• One function can be assigned to more than one terminal.
• The function works during the terminal conducts when the parameter setting is any of "0 to 99, 200 to 299", and the function
works during the terminal does not conduct when the setting is "100 to 199, 300 to 399".
• When Pr.76 Fault code output selection = "1", the outputs of terminals SU, IPF, OL, and FU are used only for outputting the
fault code according to the Pr.76 setting. (When the inverter's protective function is activated, the signal for the fault code is
output.)
• The output of terminal RUN and the outputs of the relay output terminals are not affected by the Pr.76 setting.
• Changing the terminal assignment using Pr.190 to Pr.196 (Output terminal function selection) may affect the other
functions. Set parameters after confirming the function of each terminal.
• Do not assign the signal to terminals A1, B1, and C1 or terminals A2, B2, and C2 which frequently changes its state between
ON and OFF. Otherwise, the life of the relay contact may be shortened.
 Adjusting the output terminal response level (Pr.289)
• The responsivity of the output terminals can be delayed in a range between 5 to 50 ms. (The following is the operation
example of the RUN signal.)
RUN
Pr.289 = 9999
RUN
Pr.289 ≠ 9999
Pr.289
Function
Priming pump operation
Stirring
PID upper/lower limit pre-
warning
Second PID upper/lower limit
pre-warning
Auxiliary pressure pump
operation
Dry run
PID input pressure warning
PID input pressure fault
No function
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
Pr.289
Operation
Outputted to start the priming pump.
Outputted during the stirring operation.
Outputted when the PID measured value
meets the requirements of the limit pre-
warning signal output conditions.
Outputted when the PID deviation exceeds
the auxiliary pressure pump operation
starting level.
Outputted when a dry-run state is detected.
Outputted when the pump inlet pressure
reaches the warning level.
Outputted when the pump inlet pressure
reaches the fault level.
Time
5.8 (M) Item and output signal for monitoring
Refer
Related
to
1
parameter
page
Pr.1363
Pr.1364, Pr.1365
2
Pr.1370 to
Pr.1373
3
Pr.1374, Pr.1375
439
Pr.42, Pr.43,
4
Pr.132, Pr.1144,
Pr.1370
Pr.1370, Pr.1373,
Pr.1377, Pr.1378,
5
Pr.1380
Pr.1370, Pr.1377,
Pr.1379, Pr.1381
6
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10
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5. PARAMETERS

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