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TOSVERT
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N2 option unit Function Manual
MTS001Z
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E6581540
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  • Page 1 E6581540 TOSVERT VF-PS1 series ® Metasys N2 option unit Function Manual MTS001Z NOTICE ® 1. Make sure that this instruction manual is delivered to the end user of Metasys option unit. ® 2. Read this manual before installing or operating the Metasys N2 option unit.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    E6581540 Table of Contents INTRODUCTION............................2 NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF MAIN PARTS...................3 2.1. Outline view............................3 ® 2.2. Metasys N2 Connector ........................3 2.3. LED indicator............................4 2.4. Setting a station address........................5 PARAMETERS ............................9 3.1. Communication parameters.........................9 3.2. f832: Communication Loss Action Time Setting................10 3.3.
  • Page 3: Introduction

    E6581540 1. Introduction ® Thank you for purchasing the Metasys N2 option unit (MTS001Z) for VF-PS1 series inverter. ® Before using Metasys N2 option unit, carefully read this function manual in order to completely and correctly utilize its excellent performance. After reading this function manual, please keep it handy for future reference.
  • Page 4: Names And Functions Of Main Parts

    E6581540 2. Names and functions of main parts 2.1. Outline view Connector to the inverter Don’t use these connector or switches ® Metasys N2 LED indicator Panel mounting tabs (refer to 2.3) Termination Resistor SW Earth Plate ® Station address switch Metasys N2 Connector(refer to 2.2)...
  • Page 5: Led Indicator

    E6581540 2.3. LED indicator The option has two LEDs. Those function are below table. (Green) (Red) Table 1 LED Behavior State LEDs Comment COM LED: OFF ® N2 failure. Metasys ERR LED: Flashing 5 times in 1 second COM LED: OFF Communication loss detected.
  • Page 6: Setting A Station Address

    E6581540 2.4. Setting a station address The DIP switch on the circuit board of the option is used to set a station address. Each DIP switch is ON when it is flipped to the lower position. By default, it is factory-configured to 1.
  • Page 7 E6581540 OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF...
  • Page 8 E6581540 OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF...
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  • Page 10: Parameters

    E6581540 3. Parameters 3.1. Communication parameters Set up the inverter parameters as follows. To update, reset the power of inverter. If these parameters are not set to correct value, this unit can not work normally. Table 2 LED Behavior Title Function Description Value...
  • Page 11 E6581540 3.2. : Communication Loss Action Time Setting f832 Set the communication loss action time to f832. The network loss action function starts from receiving the properly frame message. The action of the network communication loss is set by f851. 3.3.
  • Page 12: Functional Profile

    E6581540 4. Functional profile MTS001Z supports the following commands and objects. Table 3 Analog Input Objects Table Command/ Sub command/ Function Support Note Region Synch Time Command Read Memory Command No support “N01” response Poll Without Ack Message Poll With Ack Message Warm Start No support “N01”...
  • Page 13: Synch Time Command

    E6581540 4.1. Synch Time Command MTS001Z responds “A” to Synch Time Command. A normal response to Synch Time Command. CHAR1 Start of message..........A CHAR1 End of message ..........(CR) 4.2. Status Update Request The form and the version information of the MTS001Z connected inverter are returned.
  • Page 14: Analog Input Object

    E6581540 4.3. Analog Input Object Analog Input Object is used for the output frequency of VF-PS1, and the monitor of analog input terminal. COS (Change Of State) alarm and warning functions are also enabled. Overriding of analog input is not supported (“A” response). Table 4 Analog Input Objects Table Object Object...
  • Page 15: Bit 2 = Unused

    E6581540 4.3.1. Analog Input Attribute Table 5 Analog Input Attribute Table Attribute Type Contents Object Configuration Bit 0 = COS_enabled (1) Bit 1 = unused Bit 2 = unused Byte Bit 3 = alarm_enabled (1) Bit 4 = warning_enabled (1) Bit 5 = unused Bit 6 = unused Bit 7 = unused...
  • Page 16: Analog Input Cos Works

    E6581540 4.3.2. Analog Input COS Works Analog Input points use 3 bits in the object configuration to determine how COS is reported. First, no COS is reported when the COS_enabled bit is zero. If the COS_enabled bit is set then COS will be reported whenever the object status changes. The alarm_enabled and warning_enabled bit of the object configuration allow the supervisory system to control the types of COS reported .
  • Page 17: Binary Input Object

    E6581540 4.4. Binary Input Object Binary Input Object is used for the status of VF-PS1, and the monitor of a logic input terminal. COS alarm and warning functions are also enabled. Overriding of analog inputs is not supported (“A” response). Table 6 Binary Input Objects Table Object Object...
  • Page 18: Binary Input Attribute

    E6581540 4.4.1. Binary Input Attribute Table 7 Binary Input Attribute Table Contents Attribute Type Object Configuration Bit 0 = COS_enabled (1) Bit 1 = normal state Bit 2 = unused Byte Bit 3 = alarm_enabled (1) Bit 4 = unused Bit 5 = unused Bit 6 = unused Bit 7 = unused...
  • Page 19: Analog Output Object

    E6581540 4.6. Analog Output Object Analog Output is used for the VF-PS1 etc. COS alarm and warning speed reference functions are also enabled. Overriding of analog outputs will be accepted and acknowledged with the active override flag set. Upon release of the override command, the analog output point will reset the active override flag, retain the override value, and not return to its pre-override value.
  • Page 20: Object Status Bit 0 = Reliable (0) / Unreliable

    E6581540 4.6.1. Analog Output Attribute Table 9 Analog Output Attribute Table Attribute Type Contents Object Configuration Bit 0 = COS_enabled (1) Bit 1 = unused Bit 2 = unused Byte Bit 3 = unused Bit 4 = unused Bit 5 = unused Bit 6 = unused Bit 7 = unused Object Status...
  • Page 21: Binary Output Object

    E6581540 4.7. Binary Output Object Binary Output is used for the run/stop of VF-PS1 etc. COS alarm and warning functions are also enabled. Overriding of analog outputs will be accepted and acknowledged with the active override flag set. Upon release of the override command, the binary output point will reset the active override flag, retain the override value, and not return to its pre-override value.
  • Page 22: Byte Bit 3 = Unused Bit 4 = Normal (0) / Alarm

    E6581540 4.7.1. Binary Output Attribute Table 11 Binary Output Attribute Table Attribute Type Contents Object Configuration Bit 0 = COS_enabled (1) Bit 1 = normal state Bit 2 = unused Byte Bit 3 = unused Bit 4 = unused Bit 5 = unused Bit 6 = unused Bit 7 = unused Object Status...
  • Page 23: Error Message Format

    E6581540 4.8. Error Message Format The negative responses have the following format, followed by the error codes and their meaning. CHAR1 Start of message..........N CHAR2 Error code ............(Refer to Table 12) CHAR1 End of message ..........(CR) Table 12 Error Code Table Error Contents Table...
  • Page 24: Vf-ps1 Parameter Access

    E6581540 4.9. VF-PS1 Parameter access ® Using below Metasys N2 objects, inverter parameters can be read and written. Table 13 Error Code Table Object Object Object Note number name The communication number (hex.) of the access Analog Output MBOXPARAM parameter is set. Analog Input MBOXVALUEREAD The read value is set.
  • Page 25: Vf-ps1 Trip Code

    E6581540 VF-PS1 Trip code Code Data Description Display Data (Hex.) (Dec.) No error nerr Over-current during acceleration oc1 Over-current during deceleration oc2 Over-current during constant speed operation oc3 Over-current in load at startup ocl U-phase arm overcurrent ocai V-phase arm overcurrent oca2 ...
  • Page 26 E6581540 (Continued) Code Data Description Data Display  (Hex.) (Dec.) Overcurrent during acceleration (element overheat) oc1p Overcurrent during deceleration (element overheat) oc2p Overcurrent during fixed speed operation (element overheat) oc3p Tuning error etn  Inverter type error etyp Analog input terminal overvoltage e‑10...
  • Page 27: Specifications

    E6581540 6. Specifications < Environmental specification > Item Specification Model number MTS001Z Service environment VF-PS1 compliant Ambient temperature -10 to +60℃ Storage temperature -25 to +65℃ Relative humidity 20 to 93% (No condensation and absence of vapor) 5.9m/s (0.6G) or less (10 to 55 Hz) Vibration (To be complied with JIS C0040.) <MTS001Z...

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