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  • Page 1 H9 A DJUSTABLE PEED RIVE Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 3 H9 A DJUSTABLE PEED RIVE Installation and Operation Manual Document Number: 58682-000 Date: February, 2008...
  • Page 4: Important Notice

    The H9 ASD is a very powerful tool, yet surprisingly simple to operate. The user-friendly Electronic Operator Interface (EOI) of the H9 ASD has an easy-to-read graphical LCD screen. There is also a read- only LED display with enhanced visibility that can be read from a greater distance. The EOI provides superior viewing features for the user and easy access to the many monitoring and programming features of the H9 ASD.
  • Page 5: About This Manual

    H9 Adjustable Speed Drive. Every effort has been made to provide accurate and concise information to you, our customer. At Toshiba we are continuously searching for better ways to meet the constantly changing needs of our customers. E-mail your comments, questions, or concerns about this publication to Technical-Publications-Dept@TIC.TOSHIBA.com.
  • Page 6 TOSHIBA INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION Please complete the Warranty Card supplied with the H9 ASD and return it to Toshiba by prepaid mail. This will activate the 12 month warranty from the date of installation; but, shall not exceed 18 months from the shipping date.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Over-current Protection... 13 ASD Capacity... 13 Using Vector Control ... 13 Installation and Connections ... 14 Installation Notes... 14 Mounting the H9 ASD ... 15 Connecting the H9 ASD... 16 Power Connections ... 16 System Grounding... 18 Lead Length Specifications... 20 I/O and Control...
  • Page 8 Enclosure Dimensions and Conduit Plate Information ... 256 Enclosure Dimensions... 256 Current/Voltage Specifications ... 263 Cable/Terminal/Torque Specifications... 265 Short Circuit Protection Recommendations ... 267 Dynamic Braking Resistor Wire/Cable Specifications ... 268 H9 ASD Optional Devices ... 270 H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 9: General Safety Information

    CAUTION The word CAUTION without the safety alert symbol indicates a potentially hazardous situation exists which, if not avoided, may result in equipment and property damage. CAUTION H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 10: Special Symbols

    • Have carefully read the entire manual. • Be familiar with the construction and function of the H9 ASD, the equipment being driven, and the hazards involved. • Be able to recognize and properly address hazards associated with the application of motor-driven equipment.
  • Page 11: Equipment Inspection

    • The storage temperature range of the H9 ASD is -13° to 158° F (-9.4° to 70° C). • Do not store the unit in places that are exposed to outside weather conditions (i.e., wind, rain, snow, etc.).
  • Page 12: Installation Precautions

    A noncombustible insulating floor or mat should be provided in the area immediately surrounding the electrical system. • DO NOT mount the H9 ASD in a location that would produce catastrophic results if it were to fall from its mounting location (equipment damage or injury). •...
  • Page 13: Conductor Routing And Grounding

    See figures 4, 5, 6, and Grounding Capacitor The H9 ASD is equipped with a noise reduction capacitor which is used to reduce the noise of the 3- phase input circuit. The capacitor may be removed from the circuit electrically using the Grounding Capacitor Switch (see The switch has a push-pull activation mechanism.
  • Page 14: Power Connections

    (refer to 2005 NEC Article 310 adjustment factors). • Ensure that the 3-phase input power is Not connected to the output of the H9 ASD. This will damage the H9 ASD and may cause injury to personnel.
  • Page 15: System Integration Precautions

    Please contact your Toshiba sales representative for application-specific information or for training support. • The Toshiba H9 ASD is part of a larger system and the safe operation of the H9 ASD will depend on observing certain precautions and performing proper system integration. •...
  • Page 16: System Setup Requirements

    System Setup Requirements • When using the H9 ASD as an integral part of a larger system, it is the responsibility of the H9 ASD installer or maintenance personnel to ensure that there is a fail-safe in place, i.e., an arrangement designed to switch the system to a safe condition if there is a fault or failure.
  • Page 17: Operational And Maintenance Precautions

    • The capacitors of the H9 ASD maintain a residual charge for a period of time after turning the ASD off. The required time for each ASD typeform is indicated with a cabinet label and a Charge LED.
  • Page 18: Motor Characteristics

    Motor production methods may cause minor differences in the motor operation. The negative effects of these differences may be minimized by using the Autotune feature of the H9 ASD. Autotuning is a function of the H9 ASD that measures several parameters of the connected motor and places these readings in a stored table.
  • Page 19: Power Factor Correction

    When operating in the Vector Control mode the carrier frequency should be set to 2.2 kHz or above. Motor/Load Combinations When the H9 ASD is used in combination with one of the following motors or loads, it may result in unstable operation. •...
  • Page 20: Load-Produced Negative Torque

    Load-produced Negative Torque When the H9 ASD is used with a load that produces negative torque (an overhauling load), the over- voltage or over-current protective functions of the ASD may cause nuisance tripping. To minimize the undesirable effects of negative torque the dynamic braking system may be used. The dynamic braking system converts the regenerated energy into heat that is dissipated using a braking resistor.
  • Page 21: H9 Asd Characteristics

    ASD Capacity The H9 ASD must not be used with a motor that has a significantly larger capacity, even if the motor is operated under a small load. An ASD being used in this way will be susceptible to a high-output peak current which may result in nuisance tripping.
  • Page 22: Installation And Connections

    H9 ASD. Installation Notes When a brake-equipped motor is connected to the H9 ASD, it is possible that the brake may not release at startup because of insufficient voltage. To avoid this, DO NOT connect the brake or the brake contactor to the output of the H9 ASD.
  • Page 23: Mounting The H9 Asd

    DO NOT operate the H9 ASD with the enclosure door open. The ambient operating temperature rating of the 3.0 to 20 HP H9 ASD is 14° to 104° F (-10° to 40° C). The ambient operating temperature rating of the 25 HP and above H9 ASDs is 14° to 122° F (-10° to 50°...
  • Page 24: Connecting The H9 Asd

    R/L1, S/L2, and T/L3 are the 3-phase input supply terminals for the H9 ASD. U/T1, V/T2, and W/T3 are the output terminals of the H9 ASD that connect to the motor. The location of the Charge LED for the smaller typeform ASD is provided in LED is located on the front door of the enclosure of the larger ASDs.
  • Page 25 Power Connection Requirements Connect the 3-phase input power to the input terminals of the H9 ASD at R/L1, S/L2, and T/L3 (see Figure 3 for the typical electrical connection scheme). Connect the output of the ASD to the motor from the ASD terminals U/T1, V/T2, and W/T3.
  • Page 26: System Grounding

    System Grounding Proper grounding helps to prevent electrical shock and to reduce electrical noise. The H9 ASD is designed to be grounded in accordance with Article 250 of the 2005 NEC or Section 10/Part One of the Canadian Electrical Code (CEC).
  • Page 27 460-volt 175 HP and above. The value may set to Large or Small (default setting) by placing the screw in the A position or by placing the screw in the B position, respectively. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 28: Lead Length Specifications

    230 Volt 460 Volt Note: Contact Toshiba for application assistance when using lead lengths in excess of those listed. Exceeding the peak voltage rating or the allowable thermal rise time of the motor insulation will reduce the life expectancy of the motor.
  • Page 29: I/O And Control

    I/O and Control The H9 ASD can be controlled by several input types and combinations thereof, as well as operate within a wide range of output frequency and voltage levels. This section discusses the H9 ASD control methods and supported I/O functions.
  • Page 30: Terminal Descriptions

    – F215). See Figure 20 on pg. 26 Program Mode Terminal on pg. for the H9 Figure 20 on pg. 26). (see F115). (see F116). (see F117). (see F118). for an electrical depiction of H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 31 The available assignments for this output terminal are listed in Table 6 on pg. 239. For further information on this terminal see output selection is performed at F681. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Figure 9 on pg. 24). This terminal references IICC. Scaling F201 –...
  • Page 32 RS485 4-Wire Communication for more information on the Terminal Board connections. Terminal Descriptions on pg. 22 for terminal descriptions. Cable/Terminal/Torque Specifications on pg. 265 Table 8 on pg. for information on the proper H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual 241. For...
  • Page 33: I/O Circuit Configurations

    Figure 12. RX Input. Figure 13. V/I Isolated Input. Figure 14. P24 Output. Figure 15. PP Output. Figure 16. OUT1/OUT2 Output. Figure 17. FP Output. Figure 18. AM/FM Output. Figure 19. Fault Relay (shown faulted). H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 34: Typical Connection Diagram

    Typical Connection Diagram Figure 20. The H9 ASD typical connection diagram. Note: Note: The AM, FM, and the +SU analog terminals are referenced to CC. Note: The RR, RX, P24, and the PP analog terminals are referenced to CCA. Note: The isolated V/I analog terminal references IICC.
  • Page 35: Startup And Test

    • The 3-phase input voltage is within the specified tolerance. • There are no shorts and all grounds are secured. • All personnel are at a safe distance from the motor and the motor-driven equipment. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 36: Electronic Operator Interface

    The software used with the H9 ASD is menu driven; thus, making it a select and click environment. The operating parameters of a motor may be selected and viewed or changed using the EOI (or via communications).
  • Page 37: Eoi Features

    — Displays the running frequency, and active Fault and/or active Alarm information. Rotary Encoder — Used to access the H9 ASD menu selections, change the value of a displayed parameter, and performs the Enter key function. Turn the Rotary Encoder either clockwise or counterclockwise to perform the Up or Down functions of the displayed menu selection.
  • Page 38: Led Display

    Initiates an Emergency Off Fault if pressed twice quickly from the Local or Remote modes. The Emergency Off function terminates the H9 ASD output and applies the brake if so configured. Resets active Faults and/or active Alarms if pressed twice quickly. The source of the Fault or Alarm must be determined and corrected before normal ASD operation can resume.
  • Page 39: Lcd Display

    Command Active DC Bus Voltage Figure 24. Program Menu Items (see Screen Name Primary Menu Items H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual for more information on changing parameter EOI Command Mode operations. pg. 43 for more on the Monitor Screen items).
  • Page 40 LCD display module PCB. Then gently hold the display in place while securing the Phillips mounting screw. If improperly seated, the periphery of the LED/LCD display module will not be flush with the front panel surface and the unit will not function properly. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 41: Keypad Remote Mounting

    Keypad Remote Mounting The H9 ASD may be controlled from a remotely-mounted keypad. For safety and application-specific reasons, some ASD installations will warrant that the operator not be in the vicinity during operation or that the keypad not be attached to the ASD housing. The keypad may be mounted either with or without the optional Remote Mounting Kit (P/N ASD-MTG-KIT).
  • Page 42: Keypad Remote Mounting W/O The Asd-Mtg-Kit

    #6 split lock washers, and the #6 flat washers. Connect the extension cable. Keypad Dimensions (mounting) Figure 25. Keypad Mounting Dimensions. for the dimensions and the item locations referenced in steps through 5. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 43: Keypad Remote Mounting Using The Asd-Mtg-Kit

    #6 split lock washers, and the #6 flat washers. Connect the extension cable. Keypad ASD-MTG-KIT Dimensions (mounting) Figure 26. Keypad Bezel Plate Mounting Dimensions. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual for the dimensions and the item locations referenced in steps through 6.
  • Page 44: Command Mode And Frequency Mode Control

    Command control includes instructions such as Stop, Run, Jog, etc. The source of the Command signal must be established for normal operation. Frequency commands control the output speed of the H9 ASD. The source of the frequency (speed) control signal must be established for normal operation.
  • Page 45: Frequency Control (F004)

    Command and Frequency control are Terminal Block and RR, respectively. The H9 ASD has a command register for each item listed as a Command or Frequency source. The registers store the Override setting for each control source. The registers are continuously scanned to determine if any of the listed items are in the Override mode.
  • Page 46: Override Operation

    Frequency control Override operation. The H9 ASD software reads the memory locations of the listed control sources from the left to the right. The first item to be read that has the Override feature turned on will be used for Command or Frequency control.
  • Page 47: Command Control Selections

    7 — Communication Option Board Use this setting if using the optional Communication Board for frequency control. 8 — RX2 Option (AI1) This selection is used for a -10 to +10-volt DC analog input signal. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual (Default) (Default)
  • Page 48 Input Point 1 Setting on pg. 122 13 — Binary/BCD Input Option Allows for discrete terminal to be used for frequency-control input. F264 on pg. 128 for further information on this feature. for further information on this feature. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual for further...
  • Page 49: System Configuration And Menu Options

    System Configuration and Menu Options Root Menus The Mode key accesses the three primary modes of the H9 ASD: the Frequency Command mode, the Monitor mode, and the Program mode. From either mode, press the Mode key to loop through to the...
  • Page 50 (of a multiple motor configuration). The settings of profiles 1 – 4 may be setup at F441, F444, F446, and F448, respectively. F304 or the DC Injection Braking system setup at F250, F251, and F252. (or see F009). Direct Access Parameter H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 51: Monitor Mode

    Output Current — Displays the Output Current as a percentage of the rated capacity of the H9 ASD. DC Bus Voltage — Displays the Bus Voltage as a percentage of the rated capacity of the H9 ASD. Output Voltage — Displays the Output Voltage as a percentage of the rated capacity of the H9 ASD.
  • Page 52 Torque — Displays the Output Torque as a percentage of the rated capacity of the H9 ASD. Torque Reference — Displays the Torque Reference as a percentage. Torque Current — Displays the torque-producing current value. Excitation Current — Displays the current value required to produce the excitation field.
  • Page 53 Two (2) Monitor Mode items may be selected from the Main Monitor Selections screen to be displayed on the Frequency Command screen while the H9 ASD is running. The selected items, along with their real-time values, are displayed on the Frequency Command screen while running.
  • Page 54: Program Mode Menu Navigation

    Motor Overload Protection Level 1 Command Mode Frequency Mode 1 Forward/Reverse Run Frequency Priority Frequency Mode 2 Frequency Mode Priority Switching Frequency FM Output Terminal Function FM Output Terminal Adjustment H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Parameter Number F000 F009 F010 F349 F350 F351...
  • Page 55: Analog Output Terminals

    ERMINAL Terminal Analog Output Terminals Input Special Functions Input Terminal Delays H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Parameter Name FM Output Gradient Characteristic FM Bias Adjustment FM Voltage/Current Output Switching AM Output Terminal Function AM Output Terminal Adjustment AM Output Gradient Characteristic...
  • Page 56 Virtual Input Terminal Selection 4 Commercial Power/ASD Switching Output Commercial Power/ASD Switching Frequency ASD Side Switching Delay Time Commercial Power Side Switching Delay Time Commercial Power Switching Frequency Hold Time H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Parameter Number F110 F111 F112...
  • Page 57: Output Terminals

    Direct Access TILITIES Utilities Display Parameters Prohibition Trace H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Parameter Name Output Terminal 1 (OUT1) Function Output Terminal 2 (OUT2) Function Output Terminal 3 (FL) Function Output Terminal 4 (OUT3) Function Output Terminal 5 (OUT4) Function...
  • Page 58 Stop After Lower Limit Continuous Time Light Load Alarm Heavy Load Alarm Maintenance Timer Alarm Over-Torque Alarm Soft Stall Alarm Reset Set Real-time Clock Trip Number Trip Type H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Parameter Number F741 F742 F743 F744 F745 F007...
  • Page 59 Program Mode Menu Navigation Primary Menu Sub Menu TILITIES Trip History (read-only) Changed From Default Contrast Version (read-only) H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Parameter Name Frequency at Trip Output Current Output Voltage Direction Frequency Reference DC Voltage Discrete Input Terminals...
  • Page 60: Abnormal Speed Settings

    Emergency Off Emergency DC Injection Braking Control Time Low-current Trip Low-current Detection Current Low-current Detection Time Low-current Detection Hysteresis Width Motor Overload Protection Configuration Overload Reduction Start Frequency H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Parameter Number F622 F623 F624 F307 F250...
  • Page 61: Overtorque Parameters

    Phase Loss Retry/Restart Stall Trip Settings Undervoltage/ Ridethrough Special Protection Parameters H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Parameter Name Motor 150% Overload Time Limit ASD Overload Overtorque Trip Overtorque Detection Level During Power Running Overtorque Detection Level During Regenerative Braking...
  • Page 62: Analog Filter

    Preset Speed 7 Preset Speed 8 Preset Speed 9 Preset Speed 10 Preset Speed 11 Preset Speed 12 Preset Speed 13 Preset Speed 14 Preset Speed 15 H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Parameter Number F209 F311 F260 F261 F262 F264...
  • Page 63 Program Mode Menu Navigation Primary Menu Sub Menu REQUENCY Speed Reference Setpoints H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Parameter Name V/I Input Point 1 Setting V/I Input Point 1 Frequency V/I Input Point 2 Setting V/I Input Point 2 Frequency...
  • Page 64: Acc/Dec Special

    Light Load/High Speed Learning Function Light Load/High Speed Operation Frequency Light Load/High Speed Operation Switching Lower Limit Frequency Light Load/High Speed Operation Load Wait Time Light Load/High Speed Operation Detection Time H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Parameter Number F476 F477 F478...
  • Page 65: Frequency Control

    Crane/Hoist Settings V/f Five Point Setting Frequency Control Special Parameters Jump Frequencies H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Parameter Name Light Load/High Speed Heavy Load Detection Time Switching Load Torque During Power Running Heavy Load Torque During Power Running Heavy Load Torque During Constant Power Running...
  • Page 66: Operation Panel Parameters

    Motor Set #4 Base Frequency Voltage Motor Set #4 Manual Torque Boost Motor Set #4 Overload Protection Level PM Motor Constant 1 (d axis inductance) PM Motor Constant 2 (q axis inductance) H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Parameter Number F274 F275...
  • Page 67: Vector Motor Model

    Vector Motor Model ORQUE Torque Manual Torque Limit Settings Setpoints Torque Control H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Parameter Name Step-Out Detection-current Level (for PM motors) Step-Out Detection-current Time (for PM motors) Autotune 1 Slip Frequency Gain Autotune 2 Motor Rated Capacity (nameplate)
  • Page 68 Drooping Gain Drooping Insensitive Torque Drooping Output Filter PID Control Switching PID Feedback Signal PID Feedback Delay Filter PID Feedback Proportional Gain PID Feedback Integral Gain H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Parameter Number F345 F346 F347 F348 F420 F423...
  • Page 69: Override Control

    Feedback Settings Override Control PG Settings My Function Selection UNCTION My Function Unit 1 H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Parameter Name PID Deviation Upper Limit PID Deviation Lower Limit PID Feedback Differential Gain Process Upper Limit Process Lower Limit...
  • Page 70 Input Function Target 3 Output Function Assigned Input Function Target 1 Input Function Command 1 Input Function Target 2 Input Function Command 2 Input Function Target 3 Output Function Assigned H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Parameter Number F906 F907 F908 F909 F910...
  • Page 71 Sub Menu UNCTION My Function Unit 7 My Function Data My Function Analog My Function Monitor H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Parameter Name Input Function Target 1 Input Function Command 1 Input Function Target 2 Input Function Command 2...
  • Page 72: Communication Adjustments

    Communication Option (DeviceNet/Profibus) Setting 2 Communication Option (DeviceNet/Profibus) Setting 3 Communication Option (DeviceNet/Profibus) Setting 4 Communication Option (DeviceNet/Profibus) Setting 5 Communication Option (DeviceNet/Profibus) Setting 6 Communication Option (DeviceNet/Profibus) Setting 7 H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Parameter Number F967 F968 F969...
  • Page 73 Communication Settings Ethernet Settings ATTERN Pattern Run Operation Mode H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Parameter Name Communication Option (DeviceNet/Profibus) Setting 8 Communication Option (DeviceNet/Profibus) Setting 9 Communication Option (DeviceNet/Profibus) Setting 10 Communication Option (DeviceNet/Profibus) Setting 11 Communication Option (DeviceNet/Profibus) Setting 12...
  • Page 74 Direction Acc/Dec Group V/f Group Torque Limit Group Preset Speed 6 Direction Acc/Dec Group V/f Group Torque Limit Group Preset Speed 7 Direction Acc/Dec Group H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Parameter Number F561 F562 F563 F564 F565 F566 F567...
  • Page 75 Program Mode Menu Navigation Primary Menu Sub Menu ATTERN Operation Mode H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Parameter Name V/f Group Torque Limit Group Preset Speed 8 Direction Acc/Dec Group V/f Group Torque Limit Group Preset Speed 9 Direction Acc/Dec Group...
  • Page 76 Speed 11 Operation Time Speed 12 Operation Time Speed 13 Operation Time Speed 14 Operation Time Speed 15 Operation Time Pattern Operation Pattern Operation Mode Pattern 1 Repeat H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Parameter Number F573 F574 F575 F540 F541...
  • Page 77: Password Lockout

    Enter Password ASSWORD OCKOUT Change Password Password Lockout Lockouts H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Parameter Name Pattern 2 Repeat Pattern Group 1 Selection 1 Pattern Group 1 Selection 2 Pattern Group 1 Selection 3 Pattern Group 1 Selection 4...
  • Page 78: System Operation

    Upon initial system power up, the Startup Wizard starts automatically. The Startup Wizard assists the user with the initial configuration of the input power settings and the output parameters of the H9 ASD. The Startup Wizard may also be selected and run from the required.
  • Page 79: Startup Wizard Parameter Requirements

    Upper Limit Frequency This parameter sets the highest frequency that the H9 will accept as a frequency command or frequency setpoint. The H9 may output frequencies higher than the Upper Limit Frequency (but, lower than the Maximum Frequency) when operating in the PID Control mode, Torque Control mode, or the Vector Control modes (sensorless or feedback).
  • Page 80: Command Source

    This selection allows the user to establish the source of the Frequency (speed) command. Settings: Use V/I Use RR Use RX EOI Keypad RS485 Communication Option Board RX2 Option (AI1) Option V/I F190 to configure the V/f 5-point settings) H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 81: Operation (Local)

    The speed of the motor may be changed while the motor is running by using the Rotary Encoder to change the Frequency Command value. Press the Stop|Reset key to stop the motor. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual mode. Additional application-specific programming may be required. EOI Features on pg. 29 for information on Remote operation.
  • Page 82: Default Setting Changes

    Figure 28. Changed From Default screen. Program mode menu selections, see the section titled menu items are listed and mapped for convenience. The Direct Access Program menu. Turn the Rotary Program Mode Menu Figure 28. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 83: Save User Settings

    Program ⇒ Utilities ⇒ Type Reset ⇒ Restore User Settings. Note: EOI settings are not stored using the Save User Settings or the Restore User Settings feature (i.e., contrast setting, voltage/current units, display gradient characteristics, etc.). H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 84: Direct Access Parameter Information

    F000 Direct Access Parameter Information The H9 ASD has the ability to allow the user direct access to the motor control functions. There are two ways in which the motor-control parameters may be accessed for modification: Program ⇒ applicable menu path or Program ⇒ Direct Access ⇒ applicable parameter number. Both methods access the parameter via the Program mode.
  • Page 85: Command Mode

    9 — Option V/I 10 — UP/DOWN Frequency 11 — Pulse Input (option) 12 — Pulse Input (motor CPU) 13 — Binary/BCD Input (option) H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Command 36). Command Mode and Frequency Command Mode and for more information on the F004 Direct Access Number —...
  • Page 86 Factory Default — DC (Bus) Voltage Changeable During Run — Yes Direct Access Number — F006 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 493 Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — 1 Maximum — 1280 H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 87 Settings: 0 — Forward 1 — Reverse 2 — Forward (EOI-switchable F/R) 3 — Reverse (EOI-switchable F/R) H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual is set to EOI Keypad) this parameter F311 (Forward/Reverse F008 Direct Access Number — F007 Parameter Type —...
  • Page 88 Minimum — 0.1 Maximum — 6000 Units — Seconds Direct Access Number — F011 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 80.0 Changeable During Run — No Minimum — 30.0 Maximum — 299.0 Units — Hz H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 89: Base Frequency

    If Load Reactors or Long Lead Filters are used, or if the capacity of the ASD is greater than the motor, manual tuning of the motor parameters may be required for optimum performance. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual to configure the V/f 5-point settings) F015 Direct Access Number —...
  • Page 90: Manual Torque Boost

    Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — 0.0 Maximum — 30.0 Units — % Direct Access Number — F017 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — O/L Trip No Stall Changeable During Run — Yes H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 91 This parameter assigns an output frequency to binary number 0010 and is identified as Preset Speed #2. The binary number is applied to S1 – S4 of the Terminal Board to output the Preset Speed (see this parameter). H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F170 236. (F115 –...
  • Page 92 Direct Access Number — F024 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 0.0 Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — Lower Limit (F013) F018 for more information on Maximum — Upper Limit (F012) Units — Hz H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F024...
  • Page 93: Automatic Function Selection

    Board F200 V/I Setup 0.0% F201 FMOD2 F207 N/C = No Change — the setting remains as it was before setting parameter F040. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual User Settings 4-Keypad/ 3-RR or V/I 5-Keypad Freq. via TB Freq/CMD...
  • Page 94: Low-Speed Signal Output Frequency

    Minimum — 0.00 Maximum — Max. Freq. (F011) Units — Hz Direct Access Number — F105 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Suspend Changeable During Run — No Simultaneous F and R activation. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 95 The Frequency Mode 1 (F004) parameter must be set to Binary/BCD. For proper scaling of the binary or BCD input, parameters be configured. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Direct Access Number — F106 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Disabled Changeable During Run —...
  • Page 96 Factory Default — Reverse Changeable During Run — No 236. Direct Access Number — F113 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Standby Changeable During Run — No 236. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F113 Forward Reverse Standby...
  • Page 97: Input Terminal 4 (Res) Function

    This parameter sets the programmable S4 terminal to any one of the user- selectable functions listed in Table 5 on pg. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Direct Access Number — F114 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Reset Changeable During Run —...
  • Page 98: Input Terminal 9 (Li1) Function

    Direct Access Number — F120 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Unassigned Changeable During Run — No Direct Access Number — F121 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Unassigned Changeable During Run — No H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 99: Input Terminal 12 (Li4) Function

    See the Expansion IO Card Option 2 instruction manual (P/N 58686) for more information on the function of this terminal. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Table 5 on pg. 236. Table 5 on pg.
  • Page 100: Input Terminal 15 (Li7) Function

    Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Low Speed Signal Changeable During Run — No Direct Access Number — F131 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — RCH (Acc/Dec Complete) Changeable During Run — No H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 101 The Expansion IO Card Option 1 option board (P/N ETB003Z) is required to use this terminal. See the Expansion IO Card Option 1 instruction manual (P/N 58685) for more information on the function of this terminal. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual 241. Table 8 on pg. 241.
  • Page 102: Output Terminal 6 (R1) Function

    Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Always Off Changeable During Run — No Direct Access Number — F137 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Always Off Changeable During Run — No H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 103: Output Terminal 9 (R2) Function

    (see waveforms at F140). The delay may be increased to provide additional electrical noise immunity or to prevent the ASD from responding to contact bounce or chatter. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Table 8 on pg. 241.
  • Page 104: Input Terminal 4 (Res) Response Time

    Direct Access Number — F164 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Unassigned Changeable During Run — No Direct Access Number — F165 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Unassigned Changeable During Run — No H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 105: Input Terminal 19 (B14) Function

    In addition, the output terminals must be specified as Normally Open or Normally Closed. See the instruction manual for the 16-bit BIN/BCD option for more information on the function of this terminal. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Table 5 on pg. 236. Table 5 on pg.
  • Page 106 Minimum — 0.0 Maximum — 30.0 Units — % Direct Access Number — F173 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 100 Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — 10 Maximum — 100 Units — % H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 107 The Motor 3 Overload Protection Level setting will be displayed in Amps if the EOI display units are set to A/V rather than %. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F177 Direct Access Number — F174 Parameter Type —...
  • Page 108 Minimum — 0.0 Maximum — 30.0 Units — % Direct Access Number — F181 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 100.0 Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — 10 Maximum — 100 Units — % H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 109 To enable this function, set the V/f Pattern (F015) selection to the V/f 5-Point Curve setting. Custom V/f Curves may be useful in starting high inertia loads such as rotary drum vacuum filters. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Direct Access Number — F190 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 0.00 Changeable During Run —...
  • Page 110 Direct Access Number — F192 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 0.00 Changeable During Run — No F193 (V/f Five-Point Setting Minimum — 0.00 Maximum — Max. Freq. (F011) Units — Hz H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F192...
  • Page 111 Voltage (V) or as a Percentage (%) of the ASD rating. The default setting is %. F190 F191 for additional information on this setting. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Direct Access Number — F193 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 0.0 Changeable During Run — No...
  • Page 112: Frequency Priority Selection

    Minimum — 0.0 Maximum — 100.0 Units — V or % (F701) Direct Access Number — F200 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — FMOD (changed by Changeable During Run — Yes F004 H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F200...
  • Page 113: V/I Input Point 1 Setting

    Note: When using the isolated V/I input terminal the IICC terminal must be used as the return (negative) connection. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Direct Access Number — F201 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 0 Changeable During Run —...
  • Page 114: V/I Input Point 1 Frequency

    Maximum — 100 Units — % Direct Access Number — F204 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 60.00 Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — 0.00 Maximum — Max. Freq. (F011) Units — Hz H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 115: V/I Input Point 1 Rate

    This value is entered as 0% to 250% of the rated torque. Note: When using the isolated V/I input terminal the IICC terminal must be used as the return (negative) connection. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Direct Access Number — F205 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 0.00 Changeable During Run —...
  • Page 116: V/I Input Point 2 Rate

    Changeable During Run — Yes F004 Direct Access Number — F208 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 0.10 Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — 0.10 Maximum — Max. Freq. (F011) Units — Hz H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F208...
  • Page 117: Analog Input Filter

    False responses to electrical noise are eliminated with no loss in bandwidth because the value used by the drive is the average value of several samples. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F209 Direct Access Number — F209 Parameter Type —...
  • Page 118: Rr Input Point 1 Setting

    Units — % Frequency Settings Direct Access Number — F211 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 0.00 Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — 0.00 Maximum — Max. Freq. (F011) Units — Hz H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 119: Rr Input Point 2 Setting

    RR Input Point 2 Setting when operating in the Speed Control mode. See RR Input Point 1 Setting for more information on this setting. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F213 Direct Access Number — F212 Parameter Type —...
  • Page 120: Rr Input Point 1 Rate

    Maximum — 250.00 Units — % Torque Settings Direct Access Number — F215 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 100.00 Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — 0.00 Maximum — 250.00 Units — % H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 121: Rx Input Point 1 Setting

    RX Input Point 1 Setting when operating in the Speed Control mode. See RX Input Point 1 Setting for more information on this setting. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F217 Direct Access Number — F216 Parameter Type —...
  • Page 122: Rx Input Point 2 Setting

    Maximum — +100.0 Units — % Direct Access Number — F219 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 60.00 Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — 0.00. Maximum — Max. Freq. (F011) Units — Hz H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 123: Rx Input Point 1 Rate

    Torque Control mode. This value is entered as -250% to +250% of the rated torque. See RX Input Point 1 Rate for more information on this setting. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F221 Direct Access Number — F220 Parameter Type —...
  • Page 124: Rx2 (Ai1) Input Point 1 Setting

    Direct Access Number — F222 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 0 Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — -100 Maximum — +100 Units — % Frequency Settings F476 H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F222...
  • Page 125: Rx2 (Ai1) Input Point 1 Frequency

    RX2 (AI1) Input Point 2 Setting when operating in the Speed Control mode. See RX2 (AI1) Input Point 1 Setting for more information on this setting. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F225 Direct Access Number — F223 Parameter Type —...
  • Page 126: Rx2 (Ai1) Input Point 1 Rate

    F226 Direct Access Number — F226 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 0.00 Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — -250.00 Maximum — +250.00 Units — % Torque Settings H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 127: Rx2 (Ai1) Input Point 2 Rate

    Torque Control mode. This value is entered as -250% to +250% of the rated torque. See RX2 (AI1) Input Point 1 Rate for more information on this setting. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F227 Direct Access Number — F227 Parameter Type —...
  • Page 128: Bin Input Point 1 Setting

    ) (F230) that represents BIN Input F228 Direct Access Number — F228 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 0 Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — 0 Maximum — 100 Units — % Frequency Settings H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 129: Bin Input Point 1 Frequency

    This parameter sets BIN Input Point 2 Frequency and is the frequency that is associated with the setting of BIN Input Point 2 Setting. See BIN Input Point 1 Setting for further information on this setting. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F231 Direct Access Number — F229 Parameter Type —...
  • Page 130 Units — % Frequency Settings Direct Access Number — F235 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 0.00 Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — 0.00 Maximum — Max. Freq. (F011) Units — Hz H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 131: Pg Input Point 2 Setting

    During deceleration, the drive will continue to output the programmed deceleration signal to the motor until the lower level of the band is reached; at which time the output will go to 0.0 Hz. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F243 to 0.0 Hz.
  • Page 132: Run Frequency Hysteresis

    Maximum — 120.00 Units — Hz F252 times Direct Access Number — F251 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 50 Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — 0 Maximum — 100 Units — % H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F251...
  • Page 133: Dc Injection Braking Time

    Program ⇒ Fundamental ⇒ Frequency Settings This parameter sets the time that the ASD is allowed to operate below the Lower Limit setting before an alarm and subsequent fault is incurred. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F256 Direct Access Number — F252 Parameter Type —...
  • Page 134: Jog Frequency

    Jog function. F260 Direct Access Number — F260 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 5.00 Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — F240 Setting Maximum — 20.00 Units — Hz H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 135: Jog Stop Pattern

    F106 setting overrides this parameter setting. Settings: 0 — Disabled 1 — Enabled H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Direct Access Number — F261 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Deceleration Stop Changeable During Run — Yes F603 Direct Access Number —...
  • Page 136 Direct Access Number — F264 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 0.1 Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — 0.0 Maximum — 10.0 Units — Seconds Up/Down Frequency (up) Mode Up/Down Frequency (down) Mode H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 137 Settings: 0 — Disabled 1 — Enabled (Overwrite F268 at Power Off or Reset) H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F268 to the desired startup frequency F269 Direct Access Number — F265 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 0.10 Changeable During Run —...
  • Page 138 User-selected frequencies may be jumped to avoid the negative effects of mechanical resonance. F270 Direct Access Number — F270 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 0.00 Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — 0.00 Maximum — Max. Freq. (F011) Units — Hz H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 139: Jump Frequency 1 Bandwidth

    Preset Speed #8. The binary number is applied to S1 – S4 of the Terminal Board to output the Preset Speed (see this parameter). H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Direct Access Number — F271 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default —...
  • Page 140 Direct Access Number — F293 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 0.00 Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — Lower Limit (F013) F018 for more information on Maximum — Upper Limit (F012) Units — Hz H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F293...
  • Page 141 1 — Enabled (at Power Failure) 2 — Enabled (at Make-Break ST-CC) 3 — Enabled (at Make-Break ST-CC or Power Failure) 4 — Enabled (at Run) H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Direct Access Number — F294 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 0.00 Changeable During Run —...
  • Page 142 Select the Ridethrough Control Level at F629. Direct Access Number — F302 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Off Changeable During Run — Yes F317 F318 F301 is required. F317/F318 (if required). H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F302...
  • Page 143 • Externally-controlled Interrupt See the section titled System Setup Requirements on pg. 8 on this setting. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Direct Access Number — F303 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 00 Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum —...
  • Page 144: Overvoltage Limit Operation

    Dynamic Braking uses the transistor IGBT7 to dissipate the bus voltage when required. IGBT7 is a standard item on the 25 HP and below H9 ASD 230-volt systems and is standard on the 400 HP and below for the for the 460-volt systems.
  • Page 145 See parameter F302 for more information on the Ridethrough function. Note: The actual Ridethrough Time is load-dependent. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F310 Direct Access Number — F307 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Disabled Changeable During Run — No Direct Access Number —...
  • Page 146 No Limit Changeable During Run — Yes Direct Access Number — F317 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 2.0 Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — 0.1 Maximum — 6000.0 Units — Seconds H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 147: Synchronized Acceleration Time

    Drooping Control mode. This function determines the speed of the individual motors at the 100% Drooping Gain setting for motors that share the same load. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F322 Direct Access Number — F318 Parameter Type —...
  • Page 148: Drooping Insensitive Torque

    Factory Default — Off Changeable During Run — Yes F331 – F333 be met. Direct Access Number — F329 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Off Changeable During Run — No F330 and is H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F329...
  • Page 149: Light-Load High-Speed Operation Load Wait Time

    While operating in the Light-Load High-Speed mode, this parameter determines the length of time that a load exceeding the Light-Load High- Speed operation criteria may exist before the Light-Load High-Speed mode is terminated and normal operation resumes. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F335 when reaching F332...
  • Page 150 Factory Default — 50.00 Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — -250.00 Maximum — +250.00 Units — % Direct Access Number — F341 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Disabled Changeable During Run — Yes H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 151: Torque Bias Input Selection

    Once enabled at parameter F341, and while running, upon receiving a Stop command this parameter sets an output frequency to be provided for the duration of the time setting of parameter F347. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual for the Braking Mode Selection F346 Direct Access Number —...
  • Page 152: Creeping Time

    Direct Access Number — F348 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Disabled Changeable During Run — Yes Direct Access Number — F349 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Off Changeable During Run — Yes H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 153: Acceleration Suspend Frequency

    Deceleration Suspend function when initiated by reaching the Deceleration Suspend Frequency setting (F352). Once this parameter times out the deceleration rate will resume from the point of suspension. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F353 Direct Access Number — F350 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default —...
  • Page 154 ASD Switching Output are used to actuate the re-routing contactors. F355 frequency criterion. F355 switching frequency, resulting in F311 F354 Direct Access Number — F354 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Off Changeable During Run — No H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 155 0 — PID Off 1 — Process PID 2 — Speed PID 3 — Easy Positioning PID (unavailable at the time of this release) H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F359 Direct Access Number — F355 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default —...
  • Page 156: Pid Feedback Signal

    Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — 0.01 Maximum — 100.00 Direct Access Number — F364 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 60.00 Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — 0.00 Maximum — 60.00 Units — Hz H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 157: Pid Deviation Lower Limit

    Selecting Speed PID at parameter F359 function as the Upper Limit while operating in the PID Control mode. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual allows for this parameter setting to allows for this parameter setting to allows for this parameter setting to F370 Direct Access Number —...
  • Page 158: Pid Output Lower Limit

    Factory Default — (ASD-dependent) Changeable During Run — No Minimum — 12 Maximum — 9999 Direct Access Number — F376 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — (ASD-dependent) Changeable During Run — Yes H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 159: Pg Disconnection Detection

    This parameter provides a degree of slip compensation for a given load. A higher setting here decreases the slip allowed for a given load/ASD output ratio. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Direct Access Number — F377 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default —...
  • Page 160: Motor Rated Capacity

    Minimum — 100 Maximum — 60000 Units — RPM Direct Access Number — F409 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — (ASD-dependent) Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — 50.0 Maximum — 660.0 Units — Volts H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 161: Motor Constant 1 (Torque Boost)

    Program ⇒ Special ⇒ Special Parameters This parameter is used to increase the magnetic flux of the motor at low-speed. This feature is useful when increased torque at low speeds is required. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F415 Direct Access Number — F410 Parameter Type —...
  • Page 162: Stall Prevention Factor

    Direct Access Number — F420 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — RX Changeable During Run — Yes Direct Access Number — F423 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Disabled Changeable During Run — Yes H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 163: Load Sharing Gain Input

    Program ⇒ Torque ⇒ Torque Control This parameter provides a value to be used as the Forward Speed Limit setting F426 is selected at F425. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F426 is used as the Forward Speed F426 Direct Access Number — F424 Parameter Type —...
  • Page 164: Reverse Speed Limit Input

    Changeable During Run — Yes Direct Access Number — F431 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 0.00 Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — 0.00 Maximum — Max. Freq. (F011) Units — Hz H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 165: Speed Limit (Torque=0) Band

    This parameter provides a value for the Power Running Torque Limit #1 setting if F441 is selected at parameter F440. This value provides the positive torque upper limit for the #1 motor. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F441 is used as the Power Running F441 Direct Access Number — F432 Parameter Type —...
  • Page 166: Regenerative Braking Torque Limit

    Maximum — 250.0 (Disabled) Units — % Direct Access Number — F446 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 250.0 (Disabled) Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — 0.00 Maximum — 250.0 (Disabled) Units — % H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 167: Regenerative Braking Torque Limit 3 Level

    Power Running Stall Continuous Trip Detection Time Program ⇒ Protection ⇒ Stall This parameter is used to extend the Overvoltage Stall (F305) and the Overcurrent Stall (F017) time settings. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F452 Direct Access Number — F447 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default —...
  • Page 168: Stall Prevention During Regeneration

    Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — 0 Maximum — 100 Direct Access Number — F463 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — (ASD-dependent) Changeable During Run — No Minimum — 1 Maximum — 9999 H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 169: Second Speed Loop Stabilization Coefficient

    This is accomplished by setting the input source to 100% and adjusting this setting to provide an output of 100% from the ASD. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F471 Direct Access Number — F464 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default —...
  • Page 170: Rr Input Bias

    Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — 0 Maximum — 255 Direct Access Number — F475 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 127 Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — 0 Maximum — 255 H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 171: Rx2 (Ai1) Input Bias

    This is accomplished by setting the input source to 100% and adjusting this setting to provide an output of 100% from the ASD. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F479 Direct Access Number — F476 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default —...
  • Page 172 Permanent Magnet (PM) Motor Constant 1 Program ⇒ Motor ⇒ PM Motor This parameter is used with synchronous motor applications only. Contact Toshiba Customer Service Department for information on this parameter. Permanent Magnet (PM) Motor Constant 2 Program ⇒ Motor ⇒ PM Motor This parameter is used with synchronous motor applications only.
  • Page 173 S-pattern 2 decreases the rate of change above the base frequency. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F502 Direct Access Number — F502 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Linear...
  • Page 174 #2 Accel/Decel parameter. Settings: 0 — Linear 1 — S-Pattern 1 2 — S-Pattern 2 F503 Direct Access Number — F503 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Linear Changeable During Run — Yes H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 175 Program ⇒ Special ⇒ Accel/Decel Special This parameter sets the frequency at which the acceleration control is switched from the Accel #1 profile to the Accel #2 profile during a multiple-acceleration profile configuration. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F009 (Acc Time), F010...
  • Page 176 Minimum — 0 Maximum — 50 Units — % Direct Access Number — F510 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — (ASD-dependent) Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — 0.1 Maximum — 6000 Units — Seconds H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 177 An acceleration time shorter than the load will allow may cause nuisance tripping and mechanical stress to loads. Automatic Accel/Decel, Stall, and Ridethrough settings may lengthen the acceleration times. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F514 Direct Access Number — F511 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default —...
  • Page 178 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Disabled Changeable During Run — No Direct Access Number — F521 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Reset After Stop Changeable During Run — No H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 179: Pattern 1 Repeat

    This parameter sets the number of times to repeat the Pattern Group 1. Settings: 1 — Once Then Stop 2 – 254 — Number of Repeats 255 — Infinite (forever) H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F522 Direct Access Number — F522 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 255 (Infinite) Changeable During Run —...
  • Page 180: Pattern Group 1 Selection

    Changeable During Run — No Minimum — Skip Maximum — 15 Units — Preset Speed Number Pattern Group 1 Selection F523 F524 F525 F526 F527 F528 F529 F530 Skip Skip Skip Skip Skip Skip Skip Skip H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 181 Setting 0 — Skip 1 – 15 Preset Speed Number F523 for more information on this parameter. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F527 Direct Access Number — F524 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Skip Changeable During Run — No Direct Access Number —...
  • Page 182 Changeable During Run — No Direct Access Number — F531 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 255 (Infinite) Changeable During Run — No Minimum — 1 Maximum — 255 (Infinite) Units — Repetitions H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 183 Setting 0 — Skip 1 – 15 Preset Speed Number F523 for more information on this parameter. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F535 Direct Access Number — F532 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Skip Changeable During Run — No Direct Access Number —...
  • Page 184 Direct Access Number — F538 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Skip Changeable During Run — No Direct Access Number — F539 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Skip Changeable During Run — No H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 185: Speed 1 Operation Time

    If the Auto-Restart function is activated, the search time required for the Auto- Restart function will be subtracted from the Operation Time setting; resulting in a shorter run time. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F545 Direct Access Number — F540 Parameter Type —...
  • Page 186: Speed 7 Operation Time

    Maximum — 6000.0 Units — F520 Setting Direct Access Number — F551 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 5.0 Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — 0.1 Maximum — 6000.0 Units — F520 Setting H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 187: Speed 13 Operation Time

    Preset Speed while operating in the Preset Speed mode. Settings: 0 — Disabled (Preset Speed Only) 1 — Enabled (Full Preset Speed Mode) H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Direct Access Number — F552 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 5.0 Changeable During Run —...
  • Page 188: Preset Speed 1 Operation Mode

    Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Forward Run Changeable During Run — No Direct Access Number — F563 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Forward Run Changeable During Run — No H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 189: Preset Speed 4 Operation Mode

    Same as Preset Speed 1 Operation Mode (see F561). Preset Speed 13 Operation Mode Program ⇒ Pattern Run ⇒ Operation Mode Same as Preset Speed 1 Operation Mode (see F561). H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F573 Direct Access Number — F564 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default —...
  • Page 190: Preset Speed 14 Operation Mode

    Factory Default — (ASD-dependent) Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — 10 Maximum — 165 Units — % Direct Access Number — F602 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Disabled Changeable During Run — Yes H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 191 4 — Enabled (at Startup and during Run) 5 — Enabled (detects an ALL-PHASE failure ONLY - will not trip, restarts at reconnect) H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual this parameter determines the time that F605 Direct Access Number — F603 Parameter Type —...
  • Page 192: Overload Reduction Starting Frequency

    Factory Default — 10 Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — 1 Maximum — 20 Units — % Direct Access Number — F610 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Disabled Changeable During Run — No H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 193 A discrete output terminal may be activated when an overtorque alarm occurs if so configured (see F130). Settings: 0 — Disabled 1 — Enabled H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F615 Direct Access Number — F611 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 0 Changeable During Run —...
  • Page 194: Overtorque Detection Level (Negative Torque)

    Changeable During Run — Yes Direct Access Number — F621 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 610.0 Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — 0.0 Maximum — 999.9 Units — Hours (X 10) H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 195: Abnormal Speed Detection Time

    A user-selected contact may be actuated if so configured. If Disabled the ASD will stop and not trip; the FL contact is not activated. Settings: 0 — Disabled 1 — Enabled H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F623 and F624. F622 and F624.
  • Page 196: Undervoltage Trip Detection Time

    Direct Access Number — F630 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 0.0 (Disabled) for more information on this Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — 0.0 (Disabled) Maximum — 10.0 Units — Seconds H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F630...
  • Page 197: Asd Overload

    Program ⇒ Protection ⇒ Overload This parameter is used to protect the ASD from an overcurrent condition. The standard overload rating of the H9 ASD is 150% operation for 60 seconds. This setting allows for the overload protection to be switched from the standard overload detection means (Thermal Detection and Overload) to thermal detection only.
  • Page 198 460V — 30 and 40 HP 230V — 25 – 60 HP 460V — 50 – 100 HP 230V — 75 HP and above 460V — 120 – 150 HP 460V — 175 HP and above H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 199 OH2 trip. Settings: 0 — Disabled 1 — Detect Disconnect H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Direct Access Number — F633 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 0 (Disabled) Changeable During Run — No Minimum —...
  • Page 200 Step-Out Current Detection Level Program ⇒ Motor ⇒ PM Motor This parameter is used with synchronous motor applications only. Contact Toshiba Customer Service Department for information on this parameter. Step-Out Current Detection Time Program ⇒ Motor ⇒ PM Motor This parameter is used with synchronous motor applications only.
  • Page 201: Adding Input Selection

    2 — RR 3 — RX 4 — F729 (setting) 5 — RX2 Option (AI1) H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F661 Direct Access Number — F660 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Disabled Changeable During Run — Yes Direct Access Number —...
  • Page 202 Factory Default — Output Current Changeable During Run — Yes Direct Access Number — F671 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 512 Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — 1 Maximum — 1280 H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 203 F692 — MON2 Output Gradient Characteristic F693 — MON2 Bias Adjustment Set Zero Level H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Direct Access Number — F672 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Output Voltage Changeable During Run — Yes Table 6 Direct Access Number —...
  • Page 204 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — 0–10V Changeable During Run — No Direct Access Number — F682 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Plus Changeable During Run — Yes H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F682...
  • Page 205 F672 for more information on this setting. Settings: 0 — Minus (Negative Gradient) 1 — Plus (Positive Gradient) H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F689 Direct Access Number — F683 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 0.0 Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum —...
  • Page 206 Factory Default — 0.0 Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — -10.0 Maximum — 100.0 Units — % Direct Access Number — F700 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Enabled Changeable During Run — Yes H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 207 Selecting Positive Gradient displays an increased output speed as going more positive. Settings: 0 — Minus (Negative Gradient) 1 — Plus (Positive Gradient) H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F702 to set the method in which the F705 Direct Access Number — F701 Parameter Type —...
  • Page 208: Display Bias

    Minimum — 0 Maximum — 255 F708 × ------------ - F707 Direct Access Number — F719 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Command Changeable During Run — Yes H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F706 Retain Panel Run...
  • Page 209 While operating using the LED Keypad Option this parameter provides a value to be used in the event that F729 Override Multiplying Input (F661). H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual (setting) is selected for the Frequency F729 Direct Access Number — F721 Parameter Type —...
  • Page 210: Panel Frequency Lockout

    Direct Access Number — F736 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Locked Changeable During Run — Yes Direct Access Number — F737 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Unlocked Changeable During Run — Yes H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 211: Trace Selection

    F741. To acquire and store the data a communications device and a PC are required. The H9 ASD supports the following communications protocols: RS485 (MODBUS-RTU) Toshiba Protocol, USB Toshiba Protocol, CC-Link, ProfiBus, and DeviceNet (Refer to the manual of each protocol type for more information).
  • Page 212 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — 19200 Changeable During Run — Yes Units — bps Direct Access Number — F801 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Even Parity Changeable During Run — Yes H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F801...
  • Page 213: Asd Number

    4 — Alarm/Alarm 5 — Trip/Alarm 6 — No Action/Trip 7 — Alarm/Trip 8 — Trip/Trip H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F804 Direct Access Number — F802 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 0 Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum —...
  • Page 214 This parameter sets the RS485 (2-wire) communications protocol. Settings: 0 — Toshiba 1 — Modbus F826 is configured as a H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F807 Direct Access Number — F805 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 0.00 Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum —...
  • Page 215: Frequency Point Selection

    This parameter sets Communications Reference Speed Setpoint #1. Changes made to this parameter require that the power be cycled (Off then On) for the changes to take effect. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F812 Direct Access Number — F810 Parameter Type —...
  • Page 216: Point 2 Setting

    Factory Default — 19200 Changeable During Run — Yes Direct Access Number — F825 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 0.00 Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — 0.00 Maximum — 2.00 Units — Seconds H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 217: Rs485 4-Wire Protocol Selection (Tsb/Modbus)

    Forward run, ACC/DEC command, etc. See the DeviceNet Option Instruction Manual (P/N 58683) for more information on this parameter. Settings: 0 – 7 H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F806 is configured as a F830 Direct Access Number — F826 Parameter Type —...
  • Page 218 Direct Access Number — F835 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — 0000h Changeable During Run — Yes Direct Access Number — F836 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — 0000h Changeable During Run — Yes H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 219 Communications Option (DeviceNet/Profibus) Setting 11 Program ⇒ Communications ⇒ Communication Settings Same as F841. See F841 for information on this parameter H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F844 Direct Access Number — F841 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — 0000h Changeable During Run —...
  • Page 220: Disconnection Detection Extended Time

    ASD Operation at Disconnect Program ⇒ Communications ⇒ Communication Settings This parameter is used to set the H9 ASD action to be carried out in the event of the loss of communications. Settings: 0 —...
  • Page 221: Block Write Data

    2 — FA20 (command 2) 3 — FA01 (frequency) 4 — FA50 (TB output) 5 — FA51 (analog output) H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F871 Direct Access Number — F854 Parameter Type — Hardware Selectable Factory Default — Option-Specific Changeable During Run —...
  • Page 222: Block Read Data

    Direct Access Number — F876 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — None Changeable During Run — Yes Direct Access Number — F877 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — None Changeable During Run — Yes H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 223 Input Function Target variables, enable a counter/timer function, or perform a hold/reset function. Table 11 on pg. 245 lists the available selections. Their use and selection requirements are described in an example at F977. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Table 7 on pg. 240, 243. F901 Direct Access Number —...
  • Page 224 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — 0 (Disabled) Changeable During Run — Yes Direct Access Number — F905 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — 0 (Disabled) Changeable During Run — Yes H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 225 Table 8 on pg. 241, or Table 10 on pg. F977 for more information on this parameter. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Table 7 on pg. 240, 243. Table 7 on pg. 240, 243.
  • Page 226 Direct Access Number — F914 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — 0 (Disabled) Changeable During Run — Yes Direct Access Number — F915 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — 0 (NOP) H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 227: My Function Percent Data

    This parameter is used to set the trigger threshold level of the analog signal of the My Function Percent Data 2. The analog signal is selected using the Input Setting number from 241. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Table 7 on pg. 240, 243.
  • Page 228 Units — % Direct Access Number — F925 Parameter Type — Numerical Factory Default — 0.00 Changeable During Run — Yes Minimum — 0.00 Table 8 on Maximum — 200.00 Units — % H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F925...
  • Page 229: My Function Time Data

    This parameter is used to set the response delay of the My Function Time Data 1 terminal. The applied discrete input signal must be present at the input terminal of the H9 ASD for the time setting here for a system response.
  • Page 230: My Function Count Data

    This parameter is used to set the response delay of the My Function Time Data 4 terminal. The applied discrete input signal must be present at the input terminal of the H9 ASD for the time setting here for a system response.
  • Page 231 Table 8 on pg. 241. Settings: 0 – 3099 See the My Function Instruction Manual (P/N 58692) and information on this parameter. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Table 7 on pg. 240, 243. Table 7 on pg. 240, 243.
  • Page 232 Direct Access Number — F944 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — 0 (NOP) Direct Access Number — F945 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — 0 (Disabled) Changeable During Run — Yes H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 233 Input Function Target variables, enable a counter/timer function, or perform a hold/reset function. Table 11 on pg. 245 lists the available selections. Their use and selection requirements are described in an example at F977. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F977 for more Table 7 on pg. 240, 243.
  • Page 234 Direct Access Number — F953 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — 0 (Disabled) Changeable During Run — Yes Direct Access Number — F954 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — 0 (NOP) H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 235 Table 8 on pg. 241. Settings: 0 – 3099 See the My Function Instruction Manual (P/N 58692) and information on this parameter. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Table 7 on pg. 240, 243. Table 7 on pg. 240, 243.
  • Page 236: Analog Input Function Target

    Factory Default — 0 (Disabled) Changeable During Run — Yes F959 is applied. Direct Access Number — F962 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — 0 (Disabled) Changeable During Run — Yes H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F962...
  • Page 237 See the My Function Instruction Manual (P/N 58692) for a complete description of the setup requirements and operational information of the Monitor Output Function parameter. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Direct Access Number — F964 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default —...
  • Page 238 Factory Default — Normal Changeable During Run — Yes Direct Access Number — F969 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — 2000 Changeable During Run — Yes Table 10 on pg. 243 H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F969...
  • Page 239 See the My Function Instruction Manual (P/N 58692) for a complete description of the setup requirements and operational information of the Monitor Output Function parameter. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Direct Access Number — F970 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default —...
  • Page 240: Virtual Input Terminal 1 Selection

    Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Unassigned Changeable During Run — No 236. Direct Access Number — F976 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Unassigned Changeable During Run — No 236. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F976...
  • Page 241: My Function Selection

    2 — My Function Always On My Function The My Function feature is configured using the settings of is used to enhance the programmability of the H9 ASD by performing two programmable functions: 1) the Combined Terminal Function, and 2) Logic Operations.
  • Page 242 If enabled for normal operation using settings 1 or 2, the motor may start and engage the driven equipment unexpectedly upon receiving a Run signal during the My Function setup. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 243: Traverse Selection

    See the Traverse Control Instruction Manual (P/N 58693) for more information on this feature. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Direct Access Number — F980 Parameter Type — Selection List Factory Default — Disabled Changeable During Run —...
  • Page 244 V/f Switching Terminal 1 = Terminal Activated Note: NO/NC = Normally Open/Normally Closed. Terminal Selection Descriptions V/f Selection The 1–4 settings of the V/f Switching selections are performed at parameters F181. F260 F170 – H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual –...
  • Page 245 Light-Load High-Speed Disable — Terminates the Light-load High-speed operation. Note: NO/NC = Normally Open/Normally Closed. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Terminal Selection Descriptions Torque Limit Selection The 1–4 settings of the torque limit switching selections are performed at parameters F449.
  • Page 246 F630 time setting times out before either signal is returned, then fault E-11 occurs. for more information on this feature). for more information on this feature). F004 F004 setting. F980 for more information H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F003...
  • Page 247 Option V/I Input RR Input V/I Input RX Input RX2 Option (AI1) Input FM Output AM Output H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Output Meter Terminal Sel. Assignments and Display Item Selections 100% Meter Adjust Value Data from Communications 185% Meter Adjust Value...
  • Page 248 Virtual Input Terminal 2 Virtual Input Terminal 3 Virtual Input Terminal 4 Internal Terminal 1 Internal Terminal 2 Internal Terminal 3 Internal Terminal 4 Internal Terminal 5 Internal Terminal 6 Internal Terminal 7 Internal Terminal 8 H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 249 RS485 Communication Error 1080 Error Code Output 1 1082 Error Code Output 2 1084 Error Code Output 3 Note: Only positive logic is available for the listed parameters. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Input Function Setting 1086 1088 1090 1092 1094...
  • Page 250 Resolution /Unit 0.01 Hz 0.01 Hz 0.01% 0.01% 0.01% 0.01 Hz 0.01 Hz 0.01 Hz 0.01% 0.01% 0.01% 0.01% 0.01 Hz 0.01% 0.01% 0.01 kW 0.01 kW 0.01% 0.01% 0.01% 0.01% 0.01% 0.01kWhr 0.01kWhr H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 251 Note 1: If no PG feedback is used an estimated speed value is displayed. Note 2: My Function cannot process negative values — A negative value is processed by My Function as an absolute value. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Function Comm.
  • Page 252 My Function Monitor 4 (Output of Signed Value) FE66 Expansion I/O Card 1 CPU Version FE67 Expansion I/O Card 2 CPU Version FE76 Integral Input Power FE77 Integral Output Power FE84 16-Bit BIN/BCD Input Value Resolution /Unit 0.01 kW 0.01 kW H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 253 ON (Timer) OFF (Timer) COUNT1 (Timer) COUNT2 (Timer) HOLD RESET H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Table 11. My Function Operator selections. Function Description Disables the My Function feature. Execute data read/transfer. Execute inverted data read/transfer. Logical product of A AND B.
  • Page 254: Alarms, Trips, And Troubleshooting

    A Trip is a safety feature (the result of a Fault) that disables the H9 ASD system and removes the 3-phase power to the motor in the event that a subsystem of the ASD is malfunctioning, or one or more of the variables listed below exceeds its normal range (time and/or magnitude).
  • Page 255: User Notification Codes

    Alarms Table 13 lists the alarm codes that may be displayed during operation of the H9 ASD. Each alarm code listed is accompanied by a description and a possible cause. In the event that the source of the malfunction cannot be determined, contact your Toshiba Sales Representative for further information on the condition and for an appropriate course of action.
  • Page 256 • Continuous operation at low speed. • The load is in excess of what the motor can deliver. • Deceleration time is too short. • DBR configuration improperly set. Possible Causes Mounting the H9 15). H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 257 F612. * Reset ignored if active. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Description • ASD attempting to start into a spinning motor after a momentary power loss.
  • Page 258: Trips/Faults

    Trips/Faults A Trip is a H9 ASD response to a Fault (though, Fault and Trip are sometimes used interchangeably). A Trip is a safety feature that disables the ASD system in the event that a subsystem of the ASD is malfunctioning or a parameter setting has been exceeded.
  • Page 259 ERR6 ERR7 Low Current Option Device Fault ERR8 ERR9 Flash Memory Fault H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Possible Causes • Optional Expansion Input Terminal Board 2 is defective. • Load movement while stopped. • F381 setting is too low.
  • Page 260 • Cooling fan inoperative. • Ventilation openings are obstructed. • Internal thermistor is disconnected. • Acceleration time is too short. • Improper V/f setting. • ASD or the motor is improperly matched to the application. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 261 W-Phase Overcurrent • Low impedance at the W lead of the ASD output. Dynamic Braking Resistor Overcurrent Overheat External Overheat H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Possible Causes • Phase-to-phase short (U, V, or W). • Deceleration time is too short. • Motor/machine jammed.
  • Page 262 • Momentary power failure longer than the time setting of F628. • This fault is caused by an undervoltage condition at the 5, 15, or the 24 VDC supply. • 3-phase input voltage low. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual F616 F617...
  • Page 263: Viewing Trip Information

    The Monitor Screen at-trip record is erased when the H9 ASD is reset. Note: An improper H9 ASD setup may cause some trips — reset the ASD to the Factory Default settings before pursuing a systemic malfunction (Program ⇒ Utilities ⇒ Type Reset ⇒...
  • Page 264: Enclosure Dimensions And Conduit Plate Information

    Enclosure Dimensions and Conduit Plate Information The H9 ASD part numbering convention is as indicated below. The enclosure dimensions for each typeform and the associated conduit plate type are listed in and 17. The conduit plates that are referenced in H9 Part Numbering Convention.
  • Page 265 Table 16.Table Continuation 230-Volt H9 ASD Systems. Enclosure Model Number Figure Height VT130H9U Number (in/mm) 210K 51.7/1313 14.6/371 Figure 34 212K 53.1/1349 15.7/399 Enclosure Model Number Figure Height VT130H9U Number (in/mm) 4055 12.4/315 4080 4110 15.0/381 4160 Figure 32 15.1/384...
  • Page 266 Figure 32. See Figure 33. See Tables 16 for actual dimensions. Tables 16 for actual dimensions. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 267 Figure 34. See Tables 16 for actual dimensions. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 268 Figure 35. See Tables 16 for the associated device. Dimensions are in in/cm. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 269 Figure 36. See Tables 16 for the associated device. Dimensions are in in/cm. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 270 Figure 37. See Table 17 for the associated device. Dimensions are in in/cm. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 271: Current/Voltage Specifications

    2500 130 A 2600 154 A 2750 192 A 210K 248 A 212K 312 A H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Overload Current Input Voltage 120% for 60 3-Ph 50/60 Seconds ± 2 Hz 11.5 A 18.2 A 26 A...
  • Page 272 380 – 480 VAC 92 A (±10%) 115 A 149 A 187 A 216 A 288 A 362 A 433 A 497 A 572 A Output Voltage Typical 3-Ph Variable Motor HP Frequency Input Voltage Level (Max.) H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 273: Cable/Terminal/Torque Specifications

    H9 ASD. Application-specific applicables, wire insulation type, conductor material, and local and regional regulations are but a few of the considerations when selecting the actual lug and wire type to be used with the H9 ASD. Note: Cable/Terminal specifications are based on the rated current of the H9 ASD and Do Not include the 10% Service Factor.
  • Page 274 Table 21. 460-Volt H9 ASD Cable/Terminal/Torque Specifications. Wire/Cable Size Model MCP Rating Number (Amps) VT130H9U Input/Output Power Recommended Maximum 4055 4080 4110 4160 4220 4270 4330 4400 4500 4600 4750 410K 412K 415K *1/0 420K *3/0 425K *250 430K *300...
  • Page 275: Short Circuit Protection Recommendations

    4160 4220 4270 4330 4400 4500 4600 4750 410K 412K 415K 420K 425K 430K 435K 440K H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Continuous Output Current (Amps) 10.0 17.5 27.5 33.0 54.0 66.0 76.0 90.0 10.5 14.3 17.6 27.7 33.0 41.0 48.0...
  • Page 276: Dynamic Braking Resistor Wire/Cable Specifications

    3-phase power circuit (see on pg. 269) to the H9 ASD in the event that a DBR over-temperature condition occurs is a requirement. If a DBR failure occurs or should a power source over-voltage condition occur the DBR thermal protection circuitry will prevent hazardous DBR temperatures.
  • Page 277 A control transformer is required for 400-volt models only. The primary MC is opened in the event of a DBR over-current detection. With no power supplied to the ASD the failure will not be displayed on the EOI; see the Trip History for failure information once restarted. H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 278: H9 Asd Optional Devices

    Used to flash the 9-series display module. Hardware used to mount 9-series ASD EOI remotely. Used to simulate the ASD I/O monitor and control signals. Allows the H9 ASD to communicate via DeviceNet with other DeviceNet-supported equipment including a host computer.
  • Page 279 Analog Function Assigned Object 21, 229 Analog Input Filter, 109 Analog Input Function Target 11, 228 Analog Input Function Target 21, 228 H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Analog Output Terminals, 47 Annual Average Ambient Temperature, 191 ASD Capacity, 13...
  • Page 280 Display Bias, 200 Display Gradient Characteristic, 199 Display Installation Note, 32 Display Parameters, 49 Display Unit Multiplication Factor, 199 Display Unit Selection, 199 Display Units for Voltage and Current, 199 Disposal, 3 Drive Characteristics, 13 H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 281 EOI Operation, 28 EOI Remote Mounting, 28 EPHI, 251 EPHO, 251 Equipment Inspection, 3 ERR2, 251 ERR3, 251 ERR4, 251 H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual ERR5, 251 ERR6, 251 ERR7, 251 ERR8, 251 ERR9, 251 ESC Key, 29 ETN, 252...
  • Page 282 Jog Stop Pattern, 127 Jump Frequencies, 57 Jump Frequency 1, 130 Jump Frequency 1 Bandwidth, 131 Jump Frequency 2, 131 Jump Frequency 2 Bandwidth, 131 Jump Frequency 3, 131 Jump Frequency 3 Bandwidth, 131 H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 283 Manual Torque Boost 1, 82 Manual Torque Boost 2, 98 Manual Torque Boost 3, 99 Manual Torque Boost 4, 100 Manual Torque Limit Settings, 59 H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Maximum Frequency, 80 MCP Rating, 265, 266 Mode Key, 29 MOFF, 247...
  • Page 284 Overload Reduction Starting Frequency, 184 Override Control, 61 Override mode, 38 Override Operation, 38 Over-speed Detection Frequency Lower Band, 187 Over-speed Detection Frequency Upper Band, 187 Overtorque, 254 Overtorque Detection Hysteresis, 186 Overtorque Detection Level (Negative Torque), 186 H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 285 Pattern Group 2 Selection 7, 176 Pattern Group 2 Selection 8, 176 Pattern Group Cycle, 44 Pattern Group Number, 44 H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Pattern Group Preset, 44 Pattern Operation Mode, 170 Pattern Run, 65 Pattern Time, 44...
  • Page 286 RX Input Point 1 Frequency, 113 RX Input Point 1 Rate, 115 RX Input Point 1 Setting, 113 RX Input Point 2 Frequency, 114 RX Input Point 2 Rate, 115 RX Input Point 2 Setting, 114 RX2, 44 H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 287 Speed 6 Operation Time, 177 Speed 7 Operation Time, 178 Speed 8 Operation Time, 178 Speed 9 Operation Time, 178 H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual Speed at 0% Drooping Gain, 139 Speed at F320 Drooping Gain, 139 Speed Limit (torque=0) Band, 157...
  • Page 288 Virtual Input Terminal 3 Selection, 232 Virtual Input Terminal 4 Selection, 232 Voltage and Frequency Rating of the Motor, 71 Volts per Hertz Setting, 72 V-Phase Overcurrent, 253 W/T3, 16 Wizard Finish, 73 W-Phase Overcurrent, 253 H9 ASD Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 289 TOSHIBA TOSHIBA INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION INDUSTRIAL DIVISION 13131 West Little York Road, Houston, TX 77041 TEL: (713) 466-0277 — FAX: (713) 466-8773 Printed in the U.S.A.