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HIGH PERFORMANCE TRANSISTOR INVERTER
TRUE TORQUE CONTROL DRIVE SERIES
PROFIBUS-DP COMMUNICATIONS INTERFACE
December, 1998
ICC #10160-001

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    HIGH PERFORMANCE TRANSISTOR INVERTER TRUE TORQUE CONTROL DRIVE SERIES PROFIBUS-DP COMMUNICATIONS INTERFACE December, 1998 ICC #10160-001...

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    Introduction Thank you for purchasing the “Profibus-DP Communications Interface” for the Toshiba TOSVERT-130 G3 High-Performance Transistor Inverter. Before using the Profibus-DP interface, please be sure to thoroughly read the instructions and precautions contained in this manual. In addition, please make sure that this...

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    Usage Precautions Operating Environment Operating Environment Operating Environment Operating Environment Please use the interface only when the ambient temperature of the inverter unit into which the interface is installed is within the following specified temperature limits: Operation: -10 +40 C (+14 Storage: +65 C (-13 Avoid installation locations that may be subjected to large shocks or vibrations.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Interface Board Diagram...5 2. Interface Board Installation / Removal ...6 Before Installation ...6 Installation Procedure...7 Removal ...11 2.3.1 Before Removal ...11 2.3.2 Removal Procedure...11 3. Grounding...14 4. Equipment Specifications ...14 5. Maintenance And Inspection...15 6. Storage And Warranty...16 Storage ...16 Warranty ...16 7.

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    11.2.7 GROUP:PROTECTION FUNCTION PARAMETERS...43 11.2.8 GROUP:PATTERN RUN CONTROL PARAMETERS...45 11.2.9 GROUP:FEEDBACK CONTROL PARAMETERS...48 11.2.10 GROUP:COMMUNICATION SETTING PARAMETERS ...49 11.2.11 GROUP:AM/FM TERMINAL ADJUSTMENT PARAMS...50 11.2.12 GROUP:UTILITY PARAMETERS...51 11.2.13 GROUP:MOTOR RATING PARAMETERS ...53 11.3 Inverter Fault Codes ...55 GSD File ... 57 Notes ...

  • Page 6: Interface Board Diagram

    1. 1. 1. 1. Interface Board Diagram Interface Board Diagram Interface Board Diagram Interface Board Diagram Standoff mounting holes Plated SHIELD connection point for grounding (refer to Section 3). Network connector (CN1) Standoff mounting holes...

  • Page 7: Interface Board Installation / Removal

    Additionally, this version number can be read from inverter memory by displaying the parameter CPU VERSION in GROUP:UTILITY PARAMETERS. If you are unsure of the software version of your inverter, please contact Toshiba International Corporation for more information. The Profibus option ROM version number is printed on the label attached to the ROM.

  • Page 8: 2.2 Installation Procedure

    Installation Procedure Installation Procedure Installation of the TOSHIBA Profibus option ROM and interface board into a TOSVERT-130 G3 inverter should only be performed by a qualified technician familiar with the maintenance and operation of the G3. To install the option ROM and interface board, complete the following steps: 1.

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    operation panel support bracket operation panel support bracket screws Figure 1: G3 with front cover removed CAUTION! static-sensitive devices. Standard electrostatic-sensitive component handling precautions should be observed. Locate the option ROM connector, labeled CN41, on the lower-left side of the control PCB. Line up the connector on the back of the option ROM PCB with CN41.

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    standoff mounting holes Figure 2: G3 with front cover and operation panel support bracket 8. Install the Profibus network cable through the access holes at the bottom of the inverter and route the cable in order to make connections to the interface board connector (CN1).

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    If the inverter unit does not appear to power up, or does not function properly, immediately turn power OFF. Repeat steps 2 all power from the inverter. Then, verify all connections. Contact Toshiba International Corporation for assistance if the problem persists.

  • Page 12: Removal

    2.3 Removal Removal Removal Removal Removal of the Profibus interface board from a TOSVERT-130 G3 inverter should only be performed by a qualified technician familiar with the maintenance and operation of the G3. In order to protect the interface board connector’s reliability, do not repeatedly connect and disconnect the interface.

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    ROMs for correct operation, and removal of the option ROM may cause incorrect operation or inverter damage. If you are in doubt about the requirement of an option ROM in your inverter unit, contact Toshiba International Corporation for assistance.

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    If the inverter unit does not appear to power up, or does not function properly, immediately turn power OFF. Repeat steps 1 all power from the inverter. Then, verify all connections. Contact Toshiba International Corporation for assistance if the problem persists.

  • Page 15: Grounding

    3. 3. 3. 3. Grounding Grounding Grounding Grounding Grounding is of particular importance for reliable, stable operation. Communication system characteristics may vary from system to system, depending on the system environment and grounding method used. The Profibus interface card is provided with a plated SHIELD connection point by CN1, on the lower right-hand side of the board.

  • Page 16: Maintenance And Inspection

    5. 5. 5. 5. Maintenance And Inspection Maintenance And Inspection Maintenance And Inspection Maintenance And Inspection Preventive maintenance and inspection is required to maintain the Profibus communication interface in its optimal condition, and to ensure a long operational lifetime. Depending on usage and operating conditions, perform a periodic inspection once every three to six months.

  • Page 17: Storage And Warranty

    The Profibus communications interface kit is covered under warranty for a period of 12 months from the date of installation, but not to exceed 18 months from the date of shipment from the factory. For further warranty or service information, please contact Toshiba International Corporation.

  • Page 18: G3 Parameter Settings

    2 (Profibus, Modbus, DeviceNet). None of the Tosline-F10 communication parameter settings apply when using the Profibus interface. For more information on methods for changing parameter settings, refer to the TOSHIBA G3 Operation Manual. The following is a list of the parameter settings that are required during setup to...

  • Page 19: Feature Summary

    Feature Summary Feature Summary Feature Summary The Toshiba Profibus-DP interface provides a wide array of network data access and drive control features. Combined with the flexible configuration and high-speed data transfer capabilities of the Profibus network, this allows powerful networked control and monitoring systems to be designed.

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    Indicators 1 green LED is provided to indicate when the interface has achieved the DATA_EXCHANGE state with the network master. This serves as a convenient indicator that the master and drive are configured properly and are exchanging data. Isolation The network interface portion of the Profibus-DP board is fully optically-isolated for optimal noise-immunity characteristics.

  • Page 21: Exchanged Data Structures

    9. 9. 9. 9. Exchanged Data Structures Exchanged Data Structures Exchanged Data Structures Exchanged Data Structures 9.1 Output (Control) Data Format Output (Control) Data Format Output (Control) Data Format Output (Control) Data Format The output data structure from the network master to the G3 Profibus interface card is comprised of 8 bytes structured as 4 words: Offset Data...

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    Table 1 : Command Word Format Function RUN command STOP Command (has priority over RUN command) Forward / reverse run selection Acc/dec #1 / #2 selection Reserved Reserved Reserved Jog mode selection Feedback control Compulsory DC injection braking mode Fundamental parameter switching Gate block (coast stop) command...

  • Page 23: Input (status) Data Format

    9.2 Input (Status) Data Format Input (Status) Data Format Input (Status) Data Format Input (Status) Data Format The input data structure from the G3 Profibus interface card to the network master is comprised of 16 bytes structured as 7 words and 2 independent bytes: Offset Data Status word...

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    In order to determine the drive’s actual output frequency, the data contained in the output frequency word (offsets 2 and 3) must first be converted from hexadecimal to decimal, and then divided by 100. For example, if the output frequency high byte is 0x12 and the output frequency low byte is 0x34, then 0x1234 converted to decimal is 4660.

  • Page 25: Diagnostics

    Table 3 : Input Terminal Monitor Word Format Terminal S5 (option) S6 (option) Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved S7 (option) 9.3 Diagnostics Diagnostics Diagnostics Diagnostics When the drive trips, 1 byte of high-priority user diagnostics is supplied to the master. The value of the diagnostics byte is the drive’s fault code.

  • Page 26: Parameter Register Access

    10. Parameter Register Parameter Register Access Parameter Register Parameter Register 10.1 Parameter Number / Action Output Words 10.1 Parameter Number / Action Output Words 10.1 10.1 Parameter Number / Action Output Words Parameter Number / Action Output Words To access inverter parameters, 2 output words are provided in the output data structure.

  • Page 27: Parameter Number / Action Input Words

    10.2 10.2 Parameter Number / Action Input Words Parameter Number / Action Input Words 10.2 10.2 Parameter Number / Action Input Words Parameter Number / Action Input Words The response by the G3 interface card to parameter read and write requests is placed in 2 input words of the input data structure.

  • Page 28: Parameter Access Procedure

    10.3 10.3 10.3 Parameter Access Procedure 10.3 Parameter Access Procedure Parameter Access Procedure Parameter Access Procedure In order to read from a parameter or write to a parameter, 2 control bits are provided. These bits, labeled Req1 and Req0 in the Parameter number / action word, can have the following values: Req1 Req0...

  • Page 29: Register Access Error Codes

    = If an error occurred during the read or write request, this will be indicated to the master by Resp1:Resp0 changing from 0:0 to 1:1. The parameter number response (12 bits) will equal the parameter number that the master was attempting to access, and an error code reflecting the failure cause will be placed in the data / error code response word.

  • Page 30: 11. Parameter Registers

    11. Parameter Registers Parameter Registers Parameter Registers Parameter Registers How To Use This Section: This section contains tables which describe all of the parameter registers accessible from the Profibus network. The descriptions for the columns in the listed tables are as follows: Register ...The register number used to access the parameter.

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    Example Table Excerpt: Register Function / Title MAXIMUM OUTPUT FREQUENCY BASE FREQUENCY #1 BASE FREQUENCY VOLTAGE SELECT MAXIMUM OUTPUT VOLTAGE #1 REVERSE OPERATION DISABLE SELECT Other Programming Register Notes: = All register numbers indicated are in hexadecimal notation (for example, 29 hex = 41 decimal).

  • Page 32: Read-only Registers

    11.1 Read 11.1 Read- - - - Only Registers Only Registers 11.1 11.1 Read Read Only Registers Only Registers Register Function word Reserved word RX terminal analog input value word Frequency command monitor word Input voltage monitor(Note 1) word Output terminal status monitor word Inverter Status 1...

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    (Note 3) If the input / output power units data is 0, the monitored data is in 0.01kW units, and the multiplier is 0.01. If the input / output power units data is 1, the monitored data is in 0.1kW units, and the multiplier is 0.1.

  • Page 34: Read/write Registers

    11.2 Read/Write Registers 11.2 Read/Write Registers 11.2 11.2 Read/Write Registers Read/Write Registers 11.2.1 11.2.1 GROUP:FUNDAMENTAL PARAMETERS #1 11.2.1 11.2.1 GROUP:FUNDAMENTAL PARAMETERS #1 GROUP:FUNDAMENTAL PARAMETERS #1 GROUP:FUNDAMENTAL PARAMETERS #1 Register Function / Title MAXIMUM OUTPUT FREQUENCY BASE FREQUENCY #1 BASE FREQUENCY VOLTAGE SELECT MAXIMUM OUTPUT VOLTAGE #1...

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    11.2.2 11.2.2 GROUP:FUNDAMENTAL PARAMETERS #2 GROUP:FUNDAMENTAL PARAMETERS #2 11.2.2 11.2.2 GROUP:FUNDAMENTAL PARAMETERS #2 GROUP:FUNDAMENTAL PARAMETERS #2 Register Function / Title BASE FREQUENCY #2 MAXIMUM OUTPUT VOLTAGE #2 VOLTAGE BOOST #2 ELECTRONIC THERMAL PROTECT LVL #2 STALL PROTECTION SELECTION #2 STALL PROTECTION LEVEL #2 ACCELERATION TIME #2 DECELERATION TIME #2...

  • Page 36: Group:terminal Selection Parameters

    11.2.4 GROUP:TERMINAL SELECTION PARAMETERS 11.2.4 GROUP:TERMINAL SELECTION PARAMETERS 11.2.4 11.2.4 GROUP:TERMINAL SELECTION PARAMETERS GROUP:TERMINAL SELECTION PARAMETERS Register Function / Title INPUT TERMINAL SELECTION “R” INPUT TERMINAL FUNCTION “S1” INPUT TERMINAL FUNCTION “S2” INPUT TERMINAL FUNCTION “S3” INPUT TERMINAL FUNCTION “S4” INPUT TERMINAL FUNCTION “F”...

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    Register Function / Title “OUT” CONTACTS HOLD TIME LOW SPEED SIGNAL OUTPUT FREQ ACC/DEC COMPLETE DETECT BAND SPEED REACH MAXIMUM FREQUENCY SPEED REACH MINIMUM FREQUENCY COMMERCIAL POWER/INV SWITCHING OUTPUT 2, 3 COMMERCIAL POWER/INV SWITCH FREQ “FP” OUTPUT TERMINAL PULSE FREQUENCY RR INPUT SPECIAL FUNCTION SELECT Bank...

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    Table 7: Input Terminal Selections Setting Data Function Value (Hex) 10C8 (reverse run) 011C SS1 (preset speed selection) 021C SS2 (preset speed selection) 041C SS3 (preset speed selection) 081C SS4 (preset speed selection) 20C8 (forward run) 201B RES (fault reset) C0C9 (gate ON/OFF) 0CC8...

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    Table 8: Output Terminal Selections (RCH, LOW, FL, OUT relay contacts) Setting Data Function Value (Hex) 0000 Lower limit frequency 0100 /Lower limit frequency 0200 Upper limit frequency 0300 /Upper limit frequency 0400 Low speed signal 0500 /Low speed signal 0600 Accel/decel complete 0700...

  • Page 40: Group:special Control Parameters

    11.2.5 GROUP:SPECIAL CONTROL PARAMETERS 11.2.5 GROUP:SPECIAL CONTROL PARAMETERS 11.2.5 11.2.5 GROUP:SPECIAL CONTROL PARAMETERS GROUP:SPECIAL CONTROL PARAMETERS Register Function / Title START-UP FREQUENCY Reserved END FREQUENCY RUN FREQUENCY RUN FREQUENCY HYSTERESIS ENABLE JUMP FREQUENCIES JUMP FREQUENCY #1 JUMP FREQUENCY #1 BANDWIDTH JUMP FREQUENCY #2 JUMP FREQUENCY #2 BANDWIDTH...

  • Page 41: Group:frequency Setting Parameters

    11.2.6 GROUP:FREQUENCY SETTING PARAMETERS 11.2.6 GROUP:FREQUENCY SETTING PARAMETERS 11.2.6 11.2.6 GROUP:FREQUENCY SETTING PARAMETERS GROUP:FREQUENCY SETTING PARAMETERS Register Function / Title FREQUENCY PRIORITY SELECTION #1 FREQUENCY PRIORITY SELECTION #2 ANALOG INPUT FILTER RR TERMINAL STANDARD OR ADJUSTABLE RR REFERENCE SETTING POINT #1 RR REF POINT #1 FREQUENCY RR REFERENCE...

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    Register Function / Title BINARY INPUT STD OR ADJUSTABLE BINARY REF SETTING POINT #1 BINARY REF POINT #1 FREQUENCY BINARY REF SETTING POINT #2 BINARY REF POINT #2 FREQUENCY JOG RUN FREQUENCY JOG STOP Other METHOD than 0 PRESET SPEED SELECTION Reserved PRESET SPEED...

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    Register Function / Title PRESET SPEED 8 or #8 FREQUENCY higher PRESET SPEED #8 OPERATING MODE PRESET SPEED 9 or #9 FREQUENCY higher PRESET SPEED #9 OPERATING MODE 10 or PRESET SPEED #10 FREQUENCY higher PRESET SPEED #10 OPERATING MODE 11 or PRESET SPEED #11 FREQUENCY...

  • Page 44: Group:protection Function Parameters

    11.2.7 GROUP:PROTECTION FUNCTION PARAMETERS 11.2.7 GROUP:PROTECTION FUNCTION PARAMETERS 11.2.7 11.2.7 GROUP:PROTECTION FUNCTION PARAMETERS GROUP:PROTECTION FUNCTION PARAMETERS Register Function / Title DYNAMIC BRAKING SELECTION BRAKING RESISTOR VALUE BRAKING RESISTOR POWER RATING OVERVOLTAGE STALL PROTECTION DC INJECTION START FREQUENCY DC INJECTION Other CURRENT than 0 MAGNITUDE...

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    Register Function / Title UNDERVOLTAGE TRIP SELECTION UNDERVOLTAGE DETECT TIME LOW CURRENT DETECT SELECTION LOW CURRENT DETECT LEVEL LOW CURRENT DETECTION TIME OUTPUT SHORT-CIRCUIT DETECTION SELECT OVERTORQUE TRIP SELECTION OVERTORQUE TRIP LEVEL FAULT TRIP EEPROM SAVE ENABLE COOLING FAN CONTROL SELECTION CUMULATIVE RUN TIMER ALARM SETTING...

  • Page 46: Group:pattern Run Control Parameters

    11.2.8 GROUP:PATTERN RUN CONTROL PARAMETERS 11.2.8 GROUP:PATTERN RUN CONTROL PARAMETERS 11.2.8 11.2.8 GROUP:PATTERN RUN CONTROL PARAMETERS GROUP:PATTERN RUN CONTROL PARAMETERS Register Function / Title PATTERN RUN SELECTION PATTERN RUN CONTINUE MODE PATTERN GROUP #1 SPEED #0 PATTERN GROUP #1 SPEED #1 PATTERN GROUP #1 SPEED #2 PATTERN GROUP #1...

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    Register Function / Title PATTERN GROUP #4 SPEED #0 PATTERN GROUP #4 SPEED #1 PATTERN GROUP #4 SPEED #2 PATTERN GROUP #4 SPEED #3 PATTERN GROUP #4 SPEED #4 PATTERN GROUP #4 SPEED #5 PATTERN GROUP #4 SPEED #6 PATTERN GROUP #4 SPEED #7 PATTERN GROUP #4 NUMBER OF CYCLES...

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    Register Function / Title SPEED #9 CONTINUE MODE SPEED #9 DRIVE < 4 TIME SPEED #10 CONTINUE MODE < 4 SPEED #10 DRIVE TIME SPEED #11 CONTINUE MODE SPEED #11 < 4 DRIVE TIME SPEED #12 CONTINUE MODE SPEED #12 <...

  • Page 49: Group:feedback Control Parameters

    11.2.9 11.2.9 GROUP:FEEDBACK CONTROL PARAMET GROUP:FEEDBACK CONTROL PARAMETERS 11.2.9 11.2.9 GROUP:FEEDBACK CONTROL PARAMET GROUP:FEEDBACK CONTROL PARAMET Register Function / Title FEEDBACK CONTROL SELECTION FEEDBACK INPUT 1, 2 SIGNAL SELECTION PROPORTIONAL GAIN INTEGRAL GAIN ANTI-HUNTING GAIN LAG TIME CONSTANT PID LOWER LIMIT FREQUENCY PID DEVIATION LIMIT SELECTION...

  • Page 50: Group:communication Setting Parameters

    11.2.10 GROUP:COMMUNICATION SETTING PARAMETERS 11.2.10 GROUP:COMMUNICATION SETTING PARAMETERS 11.2.10 11.2.10 GROUP:COMMUNICATION SETTING PARAMETERS GROUP:COMMUNICATION SETTING PARAMETERS Register Function / Title Reserved RS232 BAUD RATE NUMBER OF DATA BITS PARITY SETTING .203 INVERTER ID NUMBER COMMUNICATION SELECTION MASTER/SLAVE SELECTION RS485 BAUD RATE TOSLINE-F10 COMMAND INPUT TOSLINE-F10...

  • Page 51: Group:am/fm Terminal Adjustment Params

    Register Function / Title TOSLINE-S20 COMM ERROR MODE TOSLINE-S20 COMM OPTION RESET RS485/12-BIT BINARY BIAS,GAIN RS485/12-BIT BINARY POINT #1 RS485/12-BIT BINARY PT. #1 FREQ RS485/12-BIT BINARY POINT #2 RS485/12-BIT BINARY PT. #2 FREQ 11.2.11 11.2.11 GROUP:AM/FM TERMINAL ADJUSTMENT PARAMS 11.2.11 11.2.11 GROUP:AM/FM TERMINAL ADJUSTMENT PARAMS GROUP:AM/FM TERMINAL ADJUSTMENT PARAMS...

  • Page 52: Group:utility Parameters

    11.2.12 GROUP:UTILI 11.2.12 GROUP:UTILITY PARAMETERS 11.2.12 11.2.12 GROUP:UTILI GROUP:UTILI Register Function / Title INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS (previous setting monitor for read use only) INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS (for write use) STANDARD SETTING MODE SELECTION COMMAND MODE SELECTION FREQUENCY MODE SELECTION PANEL OPERATION MODE SELECTION PASS NUMBER CPU VERSION...

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    Register Function / Title ACC/DEC TIME UNITS SELECTION CURRENT UNITS SELECTION VOLTAGE UNITS SELECTION BLIND FUNCTION SELECTION FUNDAMENTAL PARAMS #2 BLIND PANEL CONTROL PARAMS BLIND TERMINAL SELECTION PARAMS BLIND SPECIAL CONTROL PARAMS BLIND FREQUENCY SETTING PARAMS BLIND PROTECTION FUNCTION PARAMS BLIND PATTERN RUN CONTROL PARAMS...

  • Page 54: Group:motor Rating Parameters

    0005: (10) 0006: (12) 0007: (14) 0008: (16) 0 / 1 FFFF 0001 270F (0.1 0 / 1 0030 0000:Toshiba EQPIII motor 0010:Toshiba STD motor 0020:Other 0 / 1 00FF 0012 0078 (90 001A 00AC (130 0 / 1 00FF...

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    G3-2270 G3-2330 G3-2400 Note: Due to the continual capacity expansion of the Toshiba adjustable speed drive family, newly-released drive models may have typeform data which is not documented in this table. If you encounter this situation, please contact Toshiba International Corporation for verification of your model’s typeform data.

  • Page 56: Inverter Fault Codes

    11.3 Inverter Fault Codes 11.3 Inverter Fault Codes 11.3 11.3 Inverter Fault Codes Inverter Fault Codes LCD Display Message NO ERROR OVERCURRENT (ACCEL) (PRESS CLEAR) OVERCURRENT (DECEL) (PRESS CLEAR) OVERCURRENT (RUN) (PRESS CLEAR) LOAD-END OVERCURRENT (PRESS CLEAR) U-PHASE SHORT CKT (PRESS CLEAR) V-PHASE SHORT CKT (PRESS CLEAR)

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    LCD Display Message Data (Hex) CURRENT DETECT ERROR (PRESS CLEAR) OPTION PCB ERROR (PRESS CLEAR) OPTION ROM ERROR LOW CURRENT TRIP (PRESS CLEAR) UNDERVOLTAGE TRIP (PRESS CLEAR) OVERTORQUE TRIP (PRESS CLEAR) EARTH FAULT (SOFT) (PRESS CLEAR) EARTH FAULT (HARD) (PRESS CLEAR) OPEN FUSE TRIP (PRESS CLEAR) DBR OVERCURRENT TRIP...

  • Page 58: 12. Gsd File

    The following is a copy of the G3 Profibus interface card’s GSD file, which is used for network commissioning and administration. An electronic version of this file can be downloaded via the internet from http://www.iccdesigns.com. ;============================================================ GSD File for Toshiba 3-series adjustable speed drive Toshiba International Corporation 13131 W. Little York Rd. Houston, TX...

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    Sync_Mode_supp Auto_Baud_supp Set_Slave_Add_supp Min_Slave_Intervall Modular_Station Max_Module Max_Input_Len Max_Output_Len Max_Data_Len ; Module Definition: Max_Diag_Data_Len Slave_Family OrderNumber Module = "Toshiba ASD:5w2b2w In, 2w2w Out" 0x54,0x11,0xD1,0x61,0xE1 EndModule = 16 = 24 = "INV3-PROFIBUS"...

  • Page 60: 13. Notes

    13. Notes Notes Notes Notes...

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    TOSHIBA INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION INDUSTRIAL DIVISION 13131 W est Little York Rd., Houston, TX 77041 Tel: [800] 231-1412 Fax: [713] 466-8773 Telex: 762078 W orld W ide W eb http://www.tic.toshiba.com Printed in U.S.A...

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