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MITSUBISHI
TRANSISTORIZED INVERTER
-INSTRUCTION MANUAL-
DeviceNet
TM
FR-E5ND
Option
MITSUBISHI
ELECTRIC

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  • Page 1 MITSUBISHI TRANSISTORIZED INVERTER -INSTRUCTION MANUAL- DeviceNet Option FR-E5ND MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC...
  • Page 2 Thank you for choosing the Mitsubishi transistorized inverter option unit. This instruction manual gives handling information and precautions for use of this product. Incorrect handling might cause an unexpected fault. Before using the equipment, please read this manual carefully to use it to its optimum. Please forward this manual to the end user.
  • Page 3 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS 1. Electric Shock Prevention WARNING l While power is on or when the inverter is running, do not open the front cover. You may get an electric shock. l Do not run the inverter with the front cover removed. Otherwise, you may access the exposed high-voltage terminals and charging part and get an electric shock.
  • Page 4 3. Additional instructions Also note the following points to prevent an accidental failure, injury, electric shock, etc.: (1) Transportation and installation CAUTION l Do not install or operate the option unit if it is damaged or has parts missing. l Do not stand or rest heavy objects on the product. l Check that the mounting orientation is correct.
  • Page 5 CAUTION l When parameter clear or all parameter clear is performed, each parameter returns to the factory setting. Re-set the required parameters before starting operation. l For prevention of damage due to static electricity, touch nearby metal before touching this product to eliminate static electricity from your body.
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS 1. PRE-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS 1.1 Unpacking and Product Confirmation 1 1.2 Packing Confirmation 1 1.3 Structure 2 1.4 General Introduction 3 2. INSTALLATION 2.1 Pre-Installation Instructions 4 2.2 Installation Procedure 5 2.3 Pre Network Connection Procedure 7 2.4 Connection to Network 9 2.5 Changing Node Addresses 10 2.6 LED Status Indicator 11 3.
  • Page 7 4.3 Functions Available in Operation Modes 19 4.4 Input from DeviceNet to inverter 20 4.5 Output from Inverter to DeviceNet 21 4.6 Operation on Alarm Occurrence 22 4.7 Inverter Reset 23 4.8 Setting Frequency (f) Value 23 4.9 Parameter Clear (Pr Clr) Commands 23 4.10 Control Input Commands 23 5.
  • Page 8 6.9 Class 0x67 - E500 Extended Object II 60 6.10 Response Timing 62 6.11 Recommendation For Software Developers 63 7. E500 PARAMETERS 8. TROUBLESHOOTING 8.1 Inspecting the Display On Parameter Unit and LED2 (MNS) Status LED On the E5ND 73 9.
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  • Page 10: Pre-operation Instructions

    1. PRE-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS PRE-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS 1.1 Unpacking and Product Confirmation Take the option unit cut of the package, check the unit name, and confirm that the product is as you ordered and intact. 1.2 Packing Confirmation Make sure that the package includes the following accessories: I nstruction manual .......
  • Page 11: Structure 2

    PRE-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS 1.3 Structure Mounting hole SW2: Station number switch (×10) SW3: Station number switch (×1) LED2: Status LED (MNS) DeviceNet connector Connector Mounting hole...
  • Page 12: General Introduction 3

    PRE-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS 1.4 General introduction 1.4.1 General The purpose of this manual is to provide general information, installation, and operation procedures for the FR-E5ND DeviceNet option, used with the FR-E520S-EC/CH and the FR-E540 (all versions) series inverters. Read this manual completely before installing, operating or servicing the option unit. This manual is intended for use by qualified personnel.
  • Page 13: Installation

    2. INSTALLATION INSTALLATION Installation requires the removal of the inverter cover. The inverter top cover must be removed to install the option unit. After installation, the top cover should be reinstalled and connection to the DeviceNet bus is completed through a connector accessible through the lower connector port on the inverter unit.
  • Page 14: Installation Procedure 5

    INSTALLATION 2.2 Installation Procedure Mounting Option Unit In Inverter Option Slot. 1. Verify that power has been turned off and that the inverter top cover has been removed. 2. Using the two mounting holes for alignment reference, carefully insert the option unit connector into the inverter connector and firmly push the unit into place.
  • Page 15 INSTALLATION Recommended parts are: DeviceNet Thin Cable: Belden part number 3084A or equivalent. 5-Pin Connector for FR-E5ND: Phoenix Contact part number MVSTBW2.5/5-ST-5.08-AU. DeviceNet Option Connector for FR-E5ND To Network Trunk Cable DeviceNet Thin Drop Cable The DeviceNet option connector pin out connections are shown in the below diagram. The function for each pin is listed in the below table.
  • Page 16: Pre Network Connection Procedure 7

    INSTALLATION Pin No. Terminal name Color Signal name Black Blue CAN- Bare Shield White CAN+ 1. Strip the insulation and shielding back 3.5 to 4cm {approximately 1.5 inches} on the free wire end of the drop cable to expose the four colored signal wires and the silver shield wire. 2.
  • Page 17 INSTALLATION 2. Be sure that the FR-E5ND option unit is correctly inserted into the inverter and the option unit connector is fully and firmly in position before proceeding. 3. Remove the option data port insert (see the following diagram) from the inverter cover. 4.
  • Page 18: Connection To Network 9

    INSTALLATION 2.4 Connection to Network At this point the option unit should be installed in the inverter, the address switches properly set, the cable constructed and the connector connected to the option unit through the option data port. CAUTION Do not connect cable to the network until told to do so. 1.
  • Page 19 INSTALLATION Trunk Cable Stub Containing Terminating Resistor (121Ohms) Drop Cable 2.5 Changing Node Addresses NOTE: The state of the address switches is sampled once at power on. Changing the address later on will have no effect and the software will keep the number read at power on. To change the address switches follow the below procedure: 1.
  • Page 20: Led Status Indicator 11

    INSTALLATION 5. Reinstall inverter cover. 6. Reconnect drop cable to inverter option unit. 7. Turn power on. NOTE: Do not set the Node address (station number) to 64 or greater. 2.6 LED Status Indicator The LED Status indicator labeled LED2 (MNS) (see Section 1.3) provides information on the status of operation as shown in the following table.
  • Page 21 INSTALLATION STATUS LED (LED2 (MNS)) STATE OF SYSTEM NOTE CONDITION Blinking Red Connection time out Master designated option unit for communication (LED green state), but then sent no messages within the time limit set in the expected packet rate (note 1). Check to see that the host station has not been disconnected from the network.
  • Page 22: Getting Started

    3. GETTING STARTED GETTING STARTED 3.1 Introduction This section is intended to facilitate the configuration of the FR-E5ND DeviceNet option with minimum effort. It is assumed that the default values specified in this section are acceptable to the user. If the user wishes to change these values, the data necessary to do so is provided later in the manual.
  • Page 23: Basic Configuration 14

    GETTING STARTED When adding the FR-E5ND DeviceNet Option Unit to a FR-E520S-EC/CH or FR-E540 (all versions) series inverters that have previously been configured for a specific application, it may be necessary to complete a “Parameter All Clear” (PrClr) instruction in the inverter in order to remove unintentional conflicts and to allow the inverter to recognize the presence of the option card.
  • Page 24: Loss Of Communications 15

    GETTING STARTED The baud rate may be set manually via the parameter unit by changing Pr. 346 and Pr. 348. See section 5.1 for further information. Set Node Address: The station number assigned to the FR-E5ND option unit in section 2.3 will determine the default node address upon inverter power-up.
  • Page 25 GETTING STARTED When the EPR bits of Pr. 345 and Pr. 347 are set to decimal 0, the inverter will continue to execute the last command received until the communication time-out is reached. This time out value is equal to 4 times the Expected Packet Rate (EPR) as configured by the user (this is set in the master controller).
  • Page 26: Operation

    4. OPERATION OPERATION Operation of the FR-E520S-EC/CH and FR-E540 (all versions) changes slightly when the FR-E5ND option is installed. These changes are described in the following paragraphs. Parameter definitions including newly created parameters, as well as operation with the FR-E5ND installed are described. 4.1 Operation Modes 4.1.1 PU operation mode Control of the inverter is from the parameter unit (PU).
  • Page 27: Operation Mode Selection 18

    OPERATION 4.2 Operation Mode Selection The following chart describes the required actions to change the operation mode. Mode change Required action External operation → PU operation Press the MODE key on the control panel and use the UP and DOWN arrow keys to change to the PU operation mode.
  • Page 28: Functions Available In Operation Modes 19

    OPERATION 4.3 Functions Available in Operation Modes The functions of the drive depend on the mode of the inverter. The following chart indicates the available commands according to the inverter operation mode. Operation mode Control type Command type Net mode External mode PU mode DeviceNet...
  • Page 29: Input From Devicenet To Inverter 20

    OPERATION 4.4 Input from DeviceNet to Inverter 4.4.1 Control Input Commands FR-E5ND supports STF and STR. Some other Control Input Commands are also supported. 4.4.2 Output Frequency Setting Output frequency setting is possible for the range 0 to 400 Hz in increments of 0.01 Hz. 4.4.3 Inverter Reset The inverter can be reset via DeviceNet using Identity Object reset service.
  • Page 30: Output From Inverter To Devicenet 21

    OPERATION 4.5 Output from Inverter to DeviceNet 4.5.1 Inverter Status Inverter status can be monitored using class 0x2A, attribute 114, the FR-E520S/FR-E540 inverter status. This is a bit- mapped status byte defined as follows: Definition Running (RUN) Forward running (FWD) Reverse running (REV) Up to frequency...
  • Page 31: Operation On Alarm Occurrence 22

    OPERATION 4.5.3 Parameter Read For parameter reading all standard parameters are supported, also specific type related parameters are also supported. Some inverter parameters require configuration to be viewed via the PU. All supported parameters are fully accessible regardless of inverter configuration in such cases. 4.6 Operation on Alarm Occurrence The following table shows the behavior of inverter and network communication operation on alarm occurrence.
  • Page 32: Inverter Reset 23

    OPERATION 4.7 Inverter Reset Inverter reset behavior is as noted in Section 4.4.3. 4.8 Setting Frequency (f) Value To change frequency setting value in RAM, access it by Attr.# 112 and #113 of Class 0x2A AC Drive Object. Please refer to Section 6.7.3.
  • Page 33: Fr-e5nd Specific Parameters

    5. FR-E5ND SPECIFIC PARAMETERS FR-E5ND SPECIFIC PARAMETERS There are several parameters which are used only when the FR-E5ND is installed in the FR-E520S-EC/CH or FR-ES40 inverter. The following sections describe these parameters. 5.1 Pr. 345 to Pr. 348 Pr. No. Function Setting range Minimum increment...
  • Page 34 FR-E5ND SPECIFIC PARAMETERS Pr. 346 and Pr. 348 are bit-mapped parameters. There definition is as follows. Baud rate key Input assembly Output assembly Baud rate Bit 7 Bit 0 Bit 7 Bit 0 Pr. 348 Pr. 346 Definitions of each registration. Default Name Description...
  • Page 35 FR-E5ND SPECIFIC PARAMETERS Default Name Description Definition Value Output assembly Assembly ID value used in connection Assembly instance ID object. (Class code 0x05) Instance 0 = 0x14 attribute 14, produced_connection_path 1 = 0x15 6 = 26 8 = 100 Baud rate DeviceNet object value (Class code 0 = 125 kbps 0x03) Instance attribute 2, baud rate...
  • Page 36: Other Option-specific Parameters 27

    FR-E5ND SPECIFIC PARAMETERS 5.2 Other Option-Specific Parameters The following table identifies option-specific parameters which are used for the E5ND. The definition for Pr. 340 is identical to the definitions for use with the previous Mitsubishi communications option unit FR-EPB for FR-A200E. Pr.
  • Page 37 FR-E5ND SPECIFIC PARAMETERS Definition of Pr. 340: Value Function The inverter always goes to Ext-mode after power-up or Inverter reset. The inverter always goes to Net-mode after power-up or Inverter reset.
  • Page 38: Object Map

    6. OBJECT MAP OBJECT MAP This section describes the object definitions for the FR-E5ND DeviceNet implementation. For details of the definitions, please consult the DeviceNet documentation available from ODVA. 6.1 Class 0x01 - Identity Object 6.1.1 Class 0x01 Attributes - Instance 0 Access Attribute Type...
  • Page 39: Class 0x03 - Devicenet Object 30

    OBJECT MAP 6.1.4 Class 0x01 Instance Services - Instance 1 Service Description 0x05 Reset 0 - Inverter Reset 1 - Pr. All clear and Inverter Reset 0x0E Get Attribute Single 6.2 Class 0x03 - DeviceNet Object 6.2.1 Class 0x03 Attributes - Instance 0 None.
  • Page 40: Class 0x04 - Assembly Object 31

    OBJECT MAP 6.2.4 Class 0x03 Instance Services - Instance 1 Service 0x4B Allocate 0x4C Release 0x0E Get Attribute Single 0x10 Set Attribute Single 6.3 Class 0x04 - Assembly Object 6.3.1 Class 0x04 - Output Instance 20 Instance Byte Bit 7 Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4...
  • Page 41 OBJECT MAP 6.3.3 Class 0x04 - Output Instance 26 Instance Byte Bit 7 Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0 Write NetCtrl Fault 0x1A Param Reset Speed Ref or Parameter Write Data (Low Byte) Speed Ref or Parameter Write Data (High Byte) Parameter Class Parameter Attribute Number...
  • Page 42 OBJECT MAP BYTE 0: Bit 7 - If Write parameter = 1, the Parameter Write Data is written to the parameter and the rest of the parameter is ignored. Bit 7 - If Write Parameter = 0, the Speed Ref in RPM is set, and the rest of the command byte is executed. Bit 6 - If NetRef = 1, the Speed Ref is taken from BYTE 2 and BYTE 3.
  • Page 43 OBJECT MAP 6.3.4 Class 0x04 - Output instance 100 Instance Byte Bit 7 Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0 Write Fault Reverse Forward 0x1A Param Ctrl Reset Speed setting value (Low Byte) Speed setting value (High Byte) Acceleration time (Pr.
  • Page 44 OBJECT MAP BYTE 0: Bit7 - If Write Parm is set to 1, the acceleration/deceleration time value will be written into the parameter. (The write conditions follow Pr. 77.) Bit7 - If Write Parm is set to 0, the acceleration/deceleration time value will not be written into the parameter. Bit6 - If NetRef is set to 1, the speed setting value will be incorporated from BYTE2 and BYTE3.
  • Page 45 OBJECT MAP 6.3.5 Class 0x04 - Input Instance 70 Instance Byte Bit 7 Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0 Run(1) Faulted 0x46 Speed Actual (Low Byte) Speed Actual (High Byte) 6.3.6 Class 0x04 - Input Instance 71 (Default) Instance Byte Bit 7...
  • Page 46 OBJECT MAP 6.3.7 Class 0x04 - Input Instance 76 Instance Byte Bit 7 Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0 At Ref Ctrl Ready Run(2) Run(1) Faulted 0x4C Speed From From Speed Actual (Low Byte) Speed Actual (High Byte) Parameter Read or Monitoring Data (Low Byte) Parameter Read or Monitoring Data (High Byte)
  • Page 47 OBJECT MAP The Input Instance 76 bytes operates in the following manner: BYTE 0: Bit 7 - At Ref Speed - The drive is very close to or at the Ref Speed. Bit 6 - Ref From Net - Speed setting comes from the DeviceNet master. Bit 5 - Control From Net - Fault Reset, Run Rev, Run Fwd come from the DeviceNet Master.
  • Page 48 OBJECT MAP 6.3.8 Class 0x04 - Input instance 150 Instance Byte Bit 7 Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0 Faulted Reverse Forward 0x96 Actual speed (Low Byte) Actual speed (High Byte) Output current (Low Byte) Output current (High Byte) Error cause 16-bit data is executed with the input instance 150 (0x96).
  • Page 49 OBJECT MAP BYTE 0: Bit 7 - Not used Bit 6 - Not used Bit 5 - If OL is set to 1, the stall prevention is activated. Bit 5 - If OL is set to 0, the stall prevention is not activated. Bit 4 - If FU is set to 1, the output frequency is above the set value.
  • Page 50: Class 0x05 - Devicenet Connection Object 41

    OBJECT MAP 6.4 Class 0x05 - DeviceNet Connection Object FR-E5ND supports only Polled I/O and Explicit Msgg, not Bit-Strobed I/O. 6.4.1 Class 0x05 Attributes - Instance 0 None. Not Applicable, not related to E500 6.4.2 Class 0x05 Services - Instance 0 None.
  • Page 51 OBJECT MAP 6.4.3 Class 0x05 Instance Attributes Instance 1-Explicit Messaging Access Attribute Value State 0 to 5 Instance Type 0 to 1 Transport Trigger Class 0x83 Produced Connection ID 0 to 0x07F0 Consumed Connection ID 0 to 0x07F0 Initial Comm Characteristics 0x33 Produced Connection Size Consumed Connection Size...
  • Page 52 OBJECT MAP 6.4.4 Class 0x05 Instance Attributes Instance 2 - Polled I/O Access Attribute Value State 0 to 5 Instance Type 0 to 1 Transport Trigger Class 0x83 Produced Connection ID 0 to 0x07F0 Consumed Connection ID 0 to 0x07F0 Initial Comm Characteristics 0x01 Produced Connection Size...
  • Page 53 OBJECT MAP 6.4.5 Class 0x05 Instance Attributes Instance 3 - Explicit Messaging Access Attribute Value State 0 to 5 Instance Type 0 to 1 Transport Trigger Class 0x83 Produced Connection ID 0 to 0x07F0 Consumed Connection ID 0 to 0x07F0 Initial Comm Characteristics 0x33 Produced Connection Size...
  • Page 54 OBJECT MAP 6.4.6 Class 0x05 Instance Attributes Instance 4-Explicit Messaging Access Attribute Value State 0 to 5 Instance Type 0 to 1 Transport Trigger Class 0x83 Produced Connection ID 0 to 0x07F0 Consumed Connection ID 0 to 0x07F0 Initial Comm Characteristics 0x33 Produced Connection Size Consumed Connection Size...
  • Page 55 OBJECT MAP 6.4.7 Class 0x05 Instance Attributes Instance 5-Explicit Messaging Access Attribute Value State 0 to 5 Instance Type 0 to 1 Transport Trigger Class 0x83 Produced Connection ID 0 to 0x07F0 Consumed Connection ID 0 to 0x07F0 Initial Comm Characteristics 0x33 Produced Connection Size Consumed Connection Size...
  • Page 56 OBJECT MAP 6.4.8 Class 0x05 Instance Attributes Instance 6-Explicit Messaging Access Attribute Value State 0 to 5 Instance Type 0 to 1 Transport Trigger Class 0x83 Produced Connection ID 0 to 0x07F0 Consumed Connection ID 0 to 0x07F0 Initial Comm Characteristics 0x33 Produced Connection Size Consumed Connection Size...
  • Page 57: Class 0x28 - Motor Data Object 48

    OBJECT MAP 6.5 Class 0x28 - Motor Data Object 6.5.1 Class 0x28 Attributes - Instance 0 None. Not Applicable, not related to E500. 6.5.2 Class 0x28 Services - Instance 0 None. Not Applicable, not related to E500. 6.5.3 Class 0x28 Instance Attributes Instance 1 Access Attribute Value...
  • Page 58: Class 0x29 - Control Supervisor Object 49

    OBJECT MAP 6.6 Class 0x29 - Control Supervisor Object 6.6.1 Class 0x29 Attributes - Instance 0 None. Not Applicable, not related to E500. 6.6.2 Class 0x29 Services None. Not Applicable, not related to E500. 6.6.3 Class 0x29 Instance Attributes Instance 1 Access Attribute Value...
  • Page 59: Class 0x2a - Ac Drive Object 50

    OBJECT MAP 6.6.4 Class 0x29 Instance Services Service 0x0E Get Attribute Single 0x10 Set Attribute Single 6.7 Class 0x2A - AC Drive Object 6.7.1 Class 0x2A Attributes - Instance 0 None. Not Applicable, not related to E500. 6.7.2 Class 0x2A Services None.
  • Page 60 OBJECT MAP Access Attribute Value Get/Set Acceleration Time (Pr. 7) 0 to 3600 Get/Set Deceleration Time (Pr. 8) 0 to 3600 Get/Set Minimum Frequency (Pr. 2) 0 to 0xFFFF Get/Set Maximum Frequency (Pr. 1) 0 to 0xFFFF Ref From Net* 0 to 1 This data is updated only after INVReset or power cycle.
  • Page 61 OBJECT MAP E500 Real Time Parameters Access Attribute Value Get/Set Alarm History 1/Alarm History All 0 to 0xFFFF Alarm History 2 0 to 0xFFFF Alarm History 3 0 to 0xFFFF Alarm History 4 0 to 0xFFFF Alarm History 5 0 to 0xFFFF Alarm History 6 0 to 0xFFFF Alarm History 7...
  • Page 62: Class 0x66 - E500 Extended Object

    OBJECT MAP Code Code Code Code Code Please refer to FR-E520S-EC/FR-E540 Instruction Manuals for an explanation of the Alarm Codes. 6.7.4 Class 0x2A Instance Services Service 0x0E Get Attribute Single 0x10 Set Attribute Single 6.8 Class 0x66 - E500 Extended Object 1 6.8.1 Class 0x66 Attributes - Instance 0 None.
  • Page 63 OBJECT MAP 6.8.3 Class 0x66 Instance Attributes Instance 1 E500 Parameters (Please refer to the relevant E500 Instruction Manual for parameter details) (Pr. 0 = #10) Access Attribute Default Value Get/Set Pr. 0 Torque Boost (Note 2) Get/Set Pr. 1 Maximum Frequency 120.00 Hz Get/Set...
  • Page 64 OBJECT MAP Access Attribute Default Value Get/Set Pr. 19 Base Frequency Voltage (Note 3) Get/Set Pr. 20 Acceleration/Deceleration Reference Frequency 60.00 Hz Get/Set Pr. 21 Acceleration/Deceleration Time Increments Get/Set Pr. 22 Stall Prevention Operation Level 150.0 % Get/Set Pr. 23 Stall Prevention Operation Level at Double Speed (Note 3) Get/Set...
  • Page 65 OBJECT MAP Access Attribute Default Value Get/Set Pr. 45 Second Deceleration Time (Note 3) Get/Set Pr. 46 Second Torque Boost (Note 3) Get/Set Pr. 47 Second V/F (base frequency) (Note 3) Get/Set Pr. 48 Second Electronic Overcurrent Protection 150.0 % Get/Set Pr.
  • Page 66 OBJECT MAP Access Attribute Default Value Get/Set Pr. 74 Filter Time Constant Get/Set Pr. 75 Reset Selection/disconnected PU detection/PU stop selection Pr. 77 Parameter Write Disable Selection Get/Set Pr. 78 Reverse Rotation Prevention Selection Pr. 79 Operation Mode Selection Get/Set Pr.
  • Page 67 OBJECT MAP Access Attribute Default Value Get/Set Pr. 133 PID Action Set Point For PU Operation 0.00 % Get/Set Pr. 134 PID Differential Time (Note 3) Get/Set Pr. 145 PU Display Language (FR-PU04) (Note 2) Get/Set Pr. 146 Parameter Set by Manufacturer. Do not set. Get/Set Pr.
  • Page 68 OBJECT MAP Access Attribute Default Value Get/Set Pr. 190 (RUN) Function Selection Get/Set Pr. 191 (FU) Function Selection Get/Set Pr. 192 A, B, C Terminal (ABC) Function Selection Get/Set Pr. 232 Multi-Speed Setting (Speed 8) (Note 3) Get/Set Pr. 233 Multi-Speed Setting (Speed 9) (Note 3) Get/Set...
  • Page 69: Class 0x67 - E500 Extended Object

    OBJECT MAP 6.8.4 Class 0x66 Instance Services Service 0x0E Get Attribute Single 0x10 Set Attribute Single 6.9 Class 0x67 - E500 Extended Object II 6.9.1 Class 0x67 Attributes - Instance 0 None. Not Applicable, not related to E500. 6.9.2 Class 0x67 Services None.
  • Page 70 OBJECT MAP E500 Pr. Access Attribute Default Value Pr. 347 Get/Set DeviceNet mode address data (Higher byte) Pr. 348 Get/Set DeviceNet baud rate data (higher byte) Calibration Functions E500 Pr. Access Attribute Default Value Pr. 902 Freq Get/Set Frequency Voltage Bias - Frequency 0.00 Hz Pr.
  • Page 71: Response Timing 62

    OBJECT MAP 6.9.4 Class 0x67 Instance Services Service 0x0E Get Attribute Single 0x10 Set Attribute Single 6.10 Response Timing Item 1. Polling - Reading & Request Without Changing State: Explicit Messaging (G2 and G3) - Get-Attribute-Reading Data: Request Response Response Time = 1 ms. Item 2.
  • Page 72: Recommendation For Software Developers 63

    OBJECT MAP Item 3. PrClr, PrAllClr, PrClr (ECP), PrAllClr (ECP): Request Response Response Time = 5 s. Item 4. Inverter reset and Pr. 340 = 0: The drive will go to Ext-mode afterwards. 6.11 Recommendation For Software Developers For software developers only: a.
  • Page 73: E500 Parameters

    7. E500 PARAMETERS E500 PARAMETERS Pr. No. Function E5ND COM- Object Attribute/ Attr id/ Attr/svc service svc code name Torque Boost E500_66 Attrib Maximum Frequency AC Drive Attrib HiSpd Limit E500_66 Attrib Minimum Frequency AC Drive Attrib LoSpd Limit E500_66 Attrib Base Frequency Motr Data/...
  • Page 74 E500 PARAMETERS Pr. No. Function E5ND COM- Object Attribute/ Attr id/ Attr/svc service svc code name Jog Frequency E500_66 Attrib Jog Acceleration/Deceleration Time E500_66 Attrib High Speed Maximum Frequency AC Drive Attrib Hispd Limit E500_66 Attrib Base Frequency Voltage Motr Data/ Attrib Rated V ACM MotrInst...
  • Page 75 E500 PARAMETERS Pr. No. Function E5ND COM- Object Attribute/ Attr id/ Attr/svc service svc code name Frequency Jump 2A E500_66 Attrib Frequency Jump 2B E500_66 Attrib Frequency Jump 3A E500_66 Attrib Frequency Jump 3B E500_66 Attrib Speed Display E500_66 Attrib Frequency at 20 mA input E500_66 Attrib...
  • Page 76 E500 PARAMETERS Pr. No. Function E5ND COM- Object Attribute/ Attr id/ Attr/svc service svc code name Shortest Acceleration/deceleration Mode E500_66 Attrib Reference Current E500_66 Attrib Reference Current for Intelligent Mode E500_66 Attrib Acceleration Reference Current for Intelligent Mode E500_66 Attrib Deceleration Retry Selection E500_66...
  • Page 77 E500 PARAMETERS Pr. No. Function E5ND COM- Object Attribute/ Attr id/ Attr/svc service svc code name Motor Exciting Current E500_66 Attrib Rated Motor Voltage Motr Data/ Attrib Rated V AC MotrInst E500_66 Attrib Rated Motor Frequency Motr Data/ Attrib Rated f AC MotrInst E500_66 Attrib...
  • Page 78 E500 PARAMETERS Pr. No. Function E5ND COM- Object Attribute/ Attr id/ Attr/svc service svc code name PID Differential Time E500_66 Attrib PU Display Language (FR-PU04) E500_66 Attrib Parameter Set by Manufacturer. Do not set. E500_66 Attrib Output Current Detection Level E500_66 Attrib Output Current Detection Period...
  • Page 79 E500 PARAMETERS Pr. No. Function E5ND COM- Object Attribute/ Attr id/ Attr/svc service svc code name FU Terminal Function Selection E500_66 Attrib A, B, C Terminal Function Selection E500_66 Attrib Multi-Speed Setting (Speed 8) E500_66 Attrib Multi-Speed Setting (Speed 9) E500_66 Attrib Multi-Speed Setting (Speed 10)
  • Page 80 E500 PARAMETERS Pr. No. Function E5ND COM- Object Attribute/ Attr id/ Attr/svc service svc code name DeviceNet Mode Address Data E500_67 Attrib (Higher Byte) DeviceNet Baud Rate Data (Higher Byte) E500_67 Attrib Special E500_67 Attrib Special E500_67 Attrib Frequency Voltage Bias (Frequency) E500_67 Attrib Frequency Voltage Bias (%)
  • Page 81 E500 PARAMETERS Pr. No. Function E5ND COM- Object Attribute/ Attr id/ Attr/svc service svc code name Running Frequency (EEPROM) AC Drive Attrib Inverter Status/Control Input Cmd AC Drive Attrib Jog Operating Frequency (Setting) AC Drive Attrib Op Mode/Inverter Configuration AC Drive Attrib Alarm History 1/Alarm History All Clear AC Drive...
  • Page 82: Troubleshooting

    8. TROUBLESHOOTING TROUBLESHOOTING If a fault occurs and the inverter fails to operate properly, locate the cause of the fault and take proper corrective action by referring to the troubleshooting below. If the corresponding information is not found in the table, the inverter has a problem, or the component parts are damaged, contact the nearest service representative.
  • Page 83: Specifications

    9. SPECIFICATIONS SPECIFICATIONS Control Power: supplied by the inverter. 1) Power supply Communication power: supplied by DeviceNet power supply, 11 to 28 V with a 10 A capacity Conforms to ODVA DeviceNet Specification Release 2.0 (independently tested 2) Standard by University of Michigan test lab, April, 1999); supports UCMM DeviceNet (linear bus with drop lines) 3) Network topology DeveiceNet standard thick or thin cable...
  • Page 84: Appendix 1 Electronic Data Sheet

    Appendix 1 Electronic Data Sheet Appendix Electronic Data Sheets (EDS files) The EDS file for the E500 series inverters is available in the following. Contact your local distributor. Please consult your DeviceNet configuration software instruction manual for the proper installation of the EDS file.
  • Page 85 REVISIONS *The manual number is given on the bottom left of the back cover. Print Date *Manual Number Revision Apr. 1999 IB(NA)-0600006-A First edition IB(NA)-0600006-B Mistakes corrected...
  • Page 86 TRANSISTORIZED INVERTER MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION HEAD OFFICE: MITSUBISHI DENKI BLDG MARUNOUCHI TOKYO 100 IB (NA)-0600006-B(9911) ROD Printed in Japan Specifications subject to change without notice.

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