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Setting
Signal
Positive
Negative
name
logic
logic
12
112
Y12
14
114
FDN
15
115
FUP
16
116
RL
26
126
FIN
46
146
Y46
47
147
PID
64
164
Y64
70
170
SLEEP
91
191
Y91
98
198
LF
99
199
ALM
9999
*1
Note that changing the frequency setting with an analog signal or the UP/DOWN keys on the operation panel may turn ON and OFF the Up to
frequency (SU) signal alternately. This condition occurs depending on the 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.)
NOTE
• One function can be assigned to more than one terminal.
• The terminal becomes conducive when the function is activated by setting any of "0 to 99" in the parameter, while the terminal
becomes non-conductive when the function is activated by setting any of "100 to 199".
• Changing the terminal assignment using Pr.190 to Pr.195 (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 A, B, and C which frequently changes its state between ON and OFF. Otherwise, the life
of the relay contact may be shortened.
 Inverter operation ready?(RY) signal and Inverter running (RUN) signal
 Operation under V/F control and General-purpose magnetic flux vector control
• When the inverter is ready to operate, the Inverter operation ready (RY) signal turns ON (and stays ON during operation).
Function
Outputted when the output current is higher
Output current detection
than the Pr.150 setting for the time set in
Pr.151 or longer.
Outputted when the input value is lower than
PID lower limit
the lower limit set for the PID control
operation.
Outputted when the input value is higher than
PID upper limit
the upper limit set for the PID control
operation.
PID forward/reverse rotation
Outputted during forward rotation operation
output
in the PID control operation.
Outputted when the heat sink temperature
Heatsink overheat pre-
rises to 85% of temperature at which the
alarm
protective function of the heatsink overheat is
activated.
Outputted when the power-failure
During deceleration at
deceleration function is activated.
occurrence of power failure
(The signal output is retained until the
function stops.)
During PID control activated Outputted during the PID control operation.
During retry
Outputted during retry operation.
Outputted while PID output suspension
PID output interruption
function is activated.
Fault output 3 (power-OFF
Outputted when the Fault occurs due to an
signal)
inverter circuit fault or connection fault.
Output when an alarm (fan alarm or
Alarm
communication error warning) occurs.
Outputted when the inverter's protective
function is activated to stop the power output
Fault
(when the Fault occurs). The signal output
stops when the inverter reset starts.
No function
Operation
Pr.150, Pr.151
Pr.127 to Pr.134,
Pr.575 to Pr.577
Pr.261
Pr.127 to Pr.134,
Pr.575 to Pr.577
Pr.65 to Pr.69
Pr.127 to Pr.134,
Pr.575 to Pr.577
Pr.121
5.7 (M) Item and output signal for monitoring
Refer
Related
to
2
parameter
page
129
2
3
152
4
216
5
160
6
152
115
7
152
128
8
165
128
9
10
127
5. PARAMETERS

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