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• BINARY VALUE
Object Identifier
0
Inverter running
Inverter operation
11
ready
98
Alarm output
99
Fault output
Inverter running
200
reverse
Control input
300
instruction AU
Control input
301
instruction RT
Control input
302
instruction RL
Control input
303
instruction RM
Control input
304
instruction RH
Control input
305
instruction JOG
Control input
306
instruction MRS
Control input
307
instruction STOP
Control input
308
instruction RES
Control input
309
instruction CS
400
Run/Stop
401
Forward/Reverse
402
Fault reset
*1
R: Read only, W: Read/Write (Commandable values not supported), C: Read/Write (Commandable values supported)
Values written to the objects that support the commandable values are stored in the Priority Array, even when "Write Access Denied" is returned
due to inconsistency of the writing requirements such as the operating mode, on condition that the values are written within the setting range.
*2
The following signals cannot be controlled by the network: JOG operation, selection of automatic restart after instantaneous power failure, start
self-holding, and reset. Therefore control input instruction JOG, STOP, RES, and CS are invalid in the initial status. To use the control input
instruction JOG, STOP, RES, and CS, change the signals with Pr.185, Pr.186, Pr.188, and Pr.189 (Input terminal function selection). (Refer
to
page
355.) (Reset is available with ReinitializeDevice.)
*3
If communication operation command source is other than NET, the setting value can be written, but not to be applied.
 Mailbox parameter / Mailbox value (BACnet registers)
• Access to the properties which are not defined as objects are available by using "Mailbox parameter" and "Mailbox value".
• To read a property, write the register of the intended property to "Mailbox parameter", and then read "Mailbox value". To
write a property, write the register of the intended property to "Mailbox parameter", and then write a value to "Mailbox
value".
518
5. PARAMETERS
5.12 (N) Communication operation parameters
Present Value
Object Name
Access Type
R
R
R
R
R
C
C
C
C
C
C
*2
C
C
*2
C
*2
C
*2
C
C
C
*1
Represents the Inverter running (RUN) signal status.
Represents the Inverter operation ready (RY) signal status.
Represents the Alarm (LF) signal status.
Represents the Fault (ALM) signal status.
Represents inverter reverse running status.
Controls the function assigned to terminal AU.
Setting 1 in this object turns ON the signal assigned to Pr.184 AU terminal
function selection.
Controls the function assigned to terminal RT.
Setting 1 in this object turns ON the signal assigned to Pr.183 RT terminal
function selection.
Controls the function assigned to terminal RL.
Setting 1 in this object turns ON the signal assigned to Pr.180 RL terminal
function selection.
Controls the function assigned to terminal RM.
Setting 1 in this object turns ON the signal assigned to Pr.181 RM terminal
function selection.
Controls the function assigned to terminal RH.
Setting 1 in this object turns ON the signal assigned to Pr.182 RH terminal
function selection.
Controls the function assigned to terminal JOG.
Setting 1 in this object turns ON the signal assigned to Pr.185 JOG
terminal function selection.
Controls the function assigned to terminal MRS.
Setting 1 in this object turns ON the signal assigned to Pr.187 MRS
terminal function selection.
Controls the function assigned to terminal STOP.
Setting 1 in this object turns ON the signal assigned to Pr.188 STOP
terminal function selection.
Controls the function assigned to terminal RES.
Setting 1 in this object turns ON the signal assigned to Pr.189 RES terminal
function selection.
Controls the function assigned to terminal CS.
Setting 1 in this object turns ON the signal assigned to Pr.186 CS terminal
function selection.
Controls the start/stop command. The start command is written after the
*3
Speed scale is applied.
1: Start
0: Stop
Controls the forward/reverse rotation.
1: Reverse rotation
0: Forward rotation
Clears fault output status.
(Release of an inverter fault without inverter reset is available.)
Description
*3

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