• The power failure time deceleration-to-stop function operates as follows at an input phase loss.
• For the separated converter type, remove the jumpers between terminals R/L1 and R1/L11 and terminals S/L2 and S1/
L21 of the converter unit, and connect terminals R1/L11 and P/+ and terminals S1/L21 and N/-. Do not remove the jumpers
of terminal R1/L11 and terminal S1/L21 of the inverter. (In the initial status of the separated converter type, terminals P/+
and R1/L11 and terminals N/- and S1/L21 are connected.)
• For the separated converter type, connect the terminal to which the PWF signal of the converter unit is assigned and the
terminal to which the X48 signal of the inverter is assigned. Also, set Pr.261of the converter unit in accordance with the
inverter setting. (Refer to the Instruction Manual of the converter unit.)
Outline of operation of deceleration stop at a power failure
• If an undervoltage or power failure occurs, the output frequency is turned OFF only for the frequency set to Pr.262
Subtracted frequency at deceleration start.
• The motor decelerates for the time set to Pr.264 Power-failure deceleration time 1. (The deceleration time setting is the
time it takes for the motor to stop from Pr.20 Acceleration/deceleration reference frequency.)
• Change the deceleration time (slope) to stop using Pr.265 Power-failure deceleration time 2 when the frequency is too
low to obtain the regenerative energy or in other instances.
Action setting at undervoltage and power failure
• Set Pr.261 to select the action at an undervoltage and power failure.
Action at undervoltage and
Coasts to stop
Operation when an input phase loss occurs
Input phase loss (E.ILF)
deceleration time 1
Power restoration during
deceleration at occurrence
of power failure
Coasts to stop
Deceleration stop time
According to Pr.262 to Pr.266
Automatic adjustment of
5.11 (A) Application parameters