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FR-E800
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  • Page 1 INVERTER FR-E800 Instruction Manual (Communication) Compact, high functionality inverters...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Chapter 1 Introduction ........4 Product checking ............6 About the related manuals.
  • Page 3 2.11 EtherNet/IP..............99 2.11.1 Outline.
  • Page 4: Chapter 1 Introduction

    CHAPTER 1 Introduction Product checking ..............................6 About the related manuals............................8...
  • Page 5 Always read the instructions before use.  Abbreviations Item Description Operation panel Inverter Mitsubishi Electric inverter FR-E800 series Parameter number (Number assigned to function) PU operation Operation using the PU (operation panel) External operation Operation using the control circuit signals...
  • Page 6  Precautions Some of the communication protocols and the plug-in options cannot be used together as shown in the following table. For the application and protocol settings, refer to page 122. CC-Link IE TSN — × × × × CC-Link IE Field Network Basic ×...
  • Page 7: Product Checking

    Product checking  Inverter model FR-E8 0- Rating plate Inverter model MODEL :FR-E820-0008EPA Input rating INPUT :XXXXX OUTPUT:XXXXX Output rating SERIAL SERIAL:XXXXXXXXXXX Country of origin MADE IN XXXXX • A: The voltage class is shown. Symbol Voltage class 200 V class 400 V class 575 V class •...
  • Page 8 • E: Availability of circuit board coating / plated conductors is shown. Symbol Circuit board coating Plated conductor None Without coating Without plated conductors With coating Without plated conductors With coating With plated conductors Conforming to IEC 60721-3-3 3C2  How to read the SERIAL number The SERIAL consists of two symbols, three characters indicating the production Rating plate example year and month, and six characters indicating the control number.
  • Page 9: About The Related Manuals

    About the related manuals  About the related manuals The manuals related to FR-E800 are as follows. Manual name Manual number FR-E800 Inverter Safety Guideline IB-0600857ENG FR-E800-E Inverter Safety Guideline IB-0600860ENG FR-E860 Inverter Safety Guideline IB-0600862ENG FR-E860-E Inverter Safety Guideline IB-0600863ENG FR-E800 Instruction Manual (Connection) IB-0600865ENG...
  • Page 10 CHAPTER 2 Ethernet Communication Outline ..................................10 Wiring..................................11 Ethernet cable connection ............................13 Initial setting for Ethernet communication.......................15 CC-Link IE TSN ..............................16 CC-Link IE Field Network Basic..........................33 MODBUS/TCP................................55 BACnet/IP ................................68 MELSOFT / FA product connection........................81 2.10 SLMP ..................................84 2.11 EtherNet/IP ................................99 2.12 PROFINET................................113 2.13 Inverter-to-inverter link function ..........................118...
  • Page 11: Chapter 2 Ethernet Communication

    Ethernet Communication Outline  Precautions for communication • In order to protect the inverter and the system against unauthorized access by external systems via network, take security measures that include firewall settings. • Depending on the network environment, the inverter may not operate as intended due to delays or disconnection in communication.
  • Page 12: Wiring

    • ANSI/TIA/EIA-568-B (Category 5) • Recommended product (as of April 2019) Model Manufacturer Mitsubishi Electric System & Service Co., Ltd. SC-E5EW series SC-E5EW cable is for in-enclosure and indoor uses. SC-E5EW-L cable is for outdoor use. 2. Ethernet Communication 2.2 Wiring...
  • Page 13 • Switching hub (layer 2 switch) A repeater hub is not available. Industrial switching hub Model Manufacturer NZ2EHG-T8N Mitsubishi Electric Corporation NZ2EHG-T8 (discontinued product) Mitsubishi Electric Corporation DT135TX Mitsubishi Electric System & Service Co., Ltd. 2. Ethernet Communication 2.2 Wiring...
  • Page 14: Ethernet Cable Connection

    Ethernet cable connection This section explains Ethernet cable connection and the relevant precautions. For the details of the network configuration and the cables and hubs used for wiring, refer to page 11 onwards. 2.3.1 Wiring method  Reinstallation Turn OFF the power of the programmable controller and the inverters. Remove the inverter front cover.
  • Page 15: Wiring Precautions

    Connection between Connection between PORT1 and PORT1, PORT2 and PORT2 PORT1 and PORT2 Connector Connector Connector Connector Connector Connector Connector Connector communication communication communication communication communication communication communication communication (PORT1) (PORT2) (PORT1) (PORT2) (PORT1) (PORT2) (PORT1) (PORT2) To the next To the next connector for connector for...
  • Page 16: Initial Setting For Ethernet Communication

    Initial setting for Ethernet communication Use the following parameters to perform required settings for Ethernet communication between the inverter and other devices. To make communication between other devices and the inverter, perform the initial settings of the inverter parameters to match the communication specifications of the devices.
  • Page 17: Cc-Link Ie Tsn

    CC-Link IE TSN 2.5.1 Outline Data can be transmitted to IT systems while performing real-time cyclic communication control.  CC-Link IE TSN authentication classes • Devices (nodes) and switches on the CC-Link IE TSN network are classified into different authentication classes according to their functionality and performance.
  • Page 18: Cc-Link Ie Tsn Configuration

    2.5.2 CC-Link IE TSN configuration  Procedure The following shows the procedure to connect the inverter with a Mitsubishi Electric master device.  Before communication Connect each unit with an Ethernet cable. (Refer to page 13.) Enter the IP address (Pr.1434 to Pr.1437). (Refer to page 15.)
  • Page 19 In the "Setting Item" window, go to [Network Configuration Settings] then click next to the [Detailed Setting] field. Click [Connected/Disconnected Module Detection] in the "CC-Link IE TSN configuration" window. Read the cautions in the "Connected/Disconnected Module Detection" window and click [Execute]. The FR-E800-E will appear on the screen when it is detected.
  • Page 20 Select [Application Settings] in the "Setting Item List" window. Set "100 Mbps" for [Communication Speed]. Communication speed setting of the master: 1 Gbps Select [Basic Settings] in the "Setting Item List" window. In the "Setting Item" window, go to [Network Configuration Settings] then click next to the [Detailed Setting] field.
  • Page 21: Parameters Related To Cc-Link Ie Tsn

    NOTE • If the FR-E800-E cannot be detected, on the menu bar select [Diagnostics (D)] > [CC Link IE TSN / CC Link IE Field Diagnostics]. The "CC Link IE TSN / CC Link IE Field Diagnostics" window will be displayed. Broken or disconnected wires can be detected.
  • Page 22 NOTE • For CC-Link IE TSN, Ethernet settings are invalid for the following: IP address specification for command source selection (Pr.1449 to Pr.1454) and communication time interval (Pr.1432).  CC-Link extended setting (Pr.544) • Use this parameter to select the function of the remote registers for the CC-Link IE TSN. Pr.544 setting Description 0 (initial value), 1, 12, 14, 18...
  • Page 23 Refer to Refer to Device No. Signal Device No. Signal page page RYn7 RXn7 Current input selection Fault (terminal ABC function) RYn8 RXn8 Pr.185 assignment function (NET X1) Pr.194 assignment function (NET Y2) RYn9 RXn9 Output stop (terminal MRS function) Pr.313 assignment function (DO0) RYnA RXnA...
  • Page 24 Description Description Refer to Refer to Address Address page page Upper 8 bits Lower 8 bits Upper 8 bits Lower 8 bits RWwn+D RWrn+D RWwn+E H00 (Free) — RWrn+E H00 (Free) — RWwn+F RWrn+F Link parameter RWwn+10 Instruction code RWrn+10 Reply code extended setting RWwn+11...
  • Page 25 Device No. Signal Description The function assigned to Pr.184 is activated. — (Function of terminal RES) When "1" is set in RYC, the monitored value is set in the remote register Monitor command RWr0, 1, 4 to 7, and "1" is set in RXC (device for the Monitoring signal). While "1"...
  • Page 26 Device No. Signal Description After "1" is set in the frequency setting command / torque command (RYD), Frequency setting / torque command and the frequency setting / torque command is written to the RAM of the completed (RAM) inverter, "1" is set for this signal. When "0" is set in the frequency setting command / torque command (RYD), "0"...
  • Page 27 Device No. Signal Description When Pr.804 = "3 or 5" during torque control under Real sensorless vector control, torque command values can be specified. The value is written to the inverter either by RYD or RYE. Torque command value The values in Pr.805 and Pr.806 are also updated at the same time. The setting range and the setting increment depend on the Pr.804 setting.
  • Page 28 Use Pr.290 to enable display of negative numbers during monitoring. • Reply code description The reply to the instruction execution command is set in RWr2, 10, 12, 14, 16, and 18. After the frequency setting (RYD or RYE) or execution of instruction code (RYF), check the reply code (RWr2) in the remote register. Data Item Fault description...
  • Page 29 Read/ Instruction Item Data description write code H0000 to HFFFF Output frequency / Output frequency in 0.01 Hz increments rotations per minute Read (The display can be changed to the rotations per minute (machine speed) using *1*2 (machine speed) Pr.37 and Pr.53. Refer to the FR-E800 Instruction Manual (Function).) H0000 to HFFFF Output current Read...
  • Page 30 When "100" is set in Pr.52 Operation panel main monitor selection, the frequency setting value is monitored during a stop, and the output frequency is monitored during running. Use Pr.290 to enable display of negative numbers during monitoring. Write data is in hexadecimal, and only two digits are valid. (The upper two digits are ignored.) Differs depending on the capacity.
  • Page 31 Mitsubishi Electric Corporation will not take any responsibility for any problems in the inverter and the system incurred by unauthorized access. The following are examples of measures to prevent unauthorized access.
  • Page 32  Torque command / torque limit by CC-Link IE TSN Torque commands can be given or the torque can be limited by CC-Link IE TSN communication under Real sensorless vector control or PM sensorless vector control. The value is used to limit the torque during speed control, and to give a torque command during torque control.
  • Page 33  Torque limit setting method Pr.804 setting Pr.810 setting Torque limit setting method (any one of the following) • Set the torque limit value in RWwn+C, and "1" in RYD or RYE. 3, 5 • Set H08 in the link parameter extended setting, the instruction code H85 and H86 in RWwn+2, the torque limit value in RWwn+3, and "1"...
  • Page 34: Cc-Link Ie Field Network Basic

    CC-Link IE Field Network Basic.) 2.6.2 CC-Link IE Field Network Basic configuration  Procedure The following shows the procedure to connect the inverter with a Mitsubishi Electric master device.  Before communication Connect each unit with an Ethernet cable. (Refer to page 13.)
  • Page 35  Creating a project file For information on creating and opening a project, go to [Help] > [GX Works3 Help].  Detecting an Inverter Detection is not possible when the data link is not established with the master module. For details, refer to the Master Module User's Manual.
  • Page 36 Check the "MELSOFT GX Works3" dialog, and click [Yes]. The FR-E800-E will appear on the screen when it is detected. Click [Close with Reflecting the Setting] to close the window.  Checking communication The following table shows the status of the LEDs when communication is established between the programmable controller and the inverter.
  • Page 37: Initial Setting For Cc-Link Ie Field Network Basic

    NOTE • If the FR-E800-E cannot be detected, on the menu bar select [Diagnostics (D)] > [CC Link IEF Basic Diagnostics]. The "CC Link IEF Basic Diagnostics" window will be displayed. The network status or fault records can be checked. 2.6.3 Initial setting for CC-Link IE Field Network Basic Use the following parameters to perform required settings for Ethernet communication between the inverter and other devices.
  • Page 38 Initial Name Setting range Description value 1449 Ethernet command source selection IP address 1 N670 1450 Ethernet command source selection IP address 2 N671 0 to 255 1451 Ethernet command source To limit the network devices that send the operation or speed selection IP address 3 command through the Ethernet network, set the range of IP N672...
  • Page 39 • The setting range for command source selection depends on the settings in Pr.1451 and Pr.1453, and Pr.1452 and Pr.1454. (Either of the settings can be larger than the other in Pr.1451 and Pr.1453, and Pr.1452 and Pr.1454.) [Setting example 1] Pr.1449 Pr.1450 Pr.1451...
  • Page 40: Parameters Related To Cc-Link Ie Field Network Basic

    2.6.4 Parameters related to CC-Link IE Field Network Basic The following parameters are used for CC-Link IE Field Network Basic communication. Set the parameters as required. Initial Name Setting range Description value Signed frequency command value Frequency command sign N100 selection Unsigned frequency command value 0, 1, 12, 14, 18,...
  • Page 41 • The Pr.541 Frequency command sign selection setting is applied to the frequency command from RWw1. (Refer to page 46.) Rotations per minute Pr.541 (machine speed) setting Sign Setting range Actual frequency command setting using Pr.37 and Pr.53 Without 0 to 59000 0 to 590.00 Hz Disabled With...
  • Page 42 Refer to Refer to Device No. Signal Device No. Signal page page Not used Not used RY(n+1)8 — RX(n+1)8 — (initial data process completion flag) (initial data process request flag) Not used Not used RY(n+1)9 — RX(n+1)9 — (initial data process request flag) (initial data process completion flag) RY(n+1)A Error reset request flag...
  • Page 43 • Remote registers Description Description Refer to Refer to Address Address page page Upper 8 bits Lower 8 bits Upper 8 bits Lower 8 bits RWwn Monitor code 2 Monitor code 1 RWrn First monitor value Set frequency (0.01 Hz increments) / RWwn+1 RWrn+1 Second monitor value...
  • Page 44 Description Description Refer to Refer to Address Address page page Upper 8 bits Lower 8 bits Upper 8 bits Lower 8 bits Link parameter RWwn+2 Instruction code RWrn+2 Reply code 2 Reply code 1 extended setting RWwn+3 Data to be written RWrn+3 Data to be read RWwn+4...
  • Page 45  Output signals (from the master module to the inverter) Output signals from the master module are as follows. (Input signals to the inverter) Device No. Signal Description 0: Stop command Forward rotation command 1: Forward rotation start When "1" is set, a start command is input to the inverter. When "1"...
  • Page 46  Input signals (from the inverter to the master module) Input signals to the master module are as follows. (Output signals from the inverter) Device No. Signal Description 0: Other than forward running (during stop or reverse rotation) Forward running 1: Forward running 0: Other than reverse running (during stop or forward rotation) Reverse running...
  • Page 47 Device No. Signal Description Specify the set frequency or rotations per minute (machine speed). At this time, whether to write to the RAM or EEPROM is decided with the RYD and RYE settings. After setting the set *1*2 frequency in this register, set "1" in RYD or RYE to write the frequency. After writing of Set frequency frequency is completed, "1"...
  • Page 48  Remote register (from the inverter to the master module) • Remote register description Device No. Signal Description *1*2 RWr0 When "1" is set in RYC, the monitor value is set to the lower 8 bits of the monitor code (RWw0). First monitor value When "0"...
  • Page 49 Item Data Item Fault record Remarks No fault (Instruction codes are executed Normal without any fault.) Parameter write is attempted when the Write mode fault inverter is not in the stop status in the Reply code 1 Network operation mode. Frequency command (torque command / torque limit) The value outside the range is set.
  • Page 50 Read/ Instruction Item Data description write code H0000 to HFFFF: Two fault records per code For data codes and details of fault records, refer to the FR-E800 Instruction Manual (Function). For instruction code H74, b8 b7 read data H30A0 First fault in past Latest fault b8 b7 Monitor...
  • Page 51 Write data is in hexadecimal, and only two digits are valid. (The upper two digits are ignored.) The increment differs according to the inverter capacity. Setting from the remote register (RWw1) is also available. Turning OFF the power supply while clearing parameters with H5A5A or H55AA returns the communication parameter settings to the initial settings.
  • Page 52 Mitsubishi Electric Corporation will not take any responsibility for any problems in the inverter and the system incurred by unauthorized access. The following are examples of measures to prevent unauthorized access.
  • Page 53  Torque command / torque limit using the CC-Link IE Field Network Basic Torque commands can be given or the torque can be limited by CC-Link IE Field Network Basic communication under Real sensorless vector control or PM sensorless vector control. The value is used to limit the torque during speed control, and to give a torque command during torque control.
  • Page 54  Torque command setting method and the parameter for speed limit Parameter Pr.804 setting Pr.544 setting Torque command setting method (any one of the following) for speed limit • Set the torque command value in RWwn+1, and "1" in RYD or RYE. •...
  • Page 55 Description Point to be checked Check that the Ethernet cable is installed correctly. (Check for contact fault, break in the cable, etc.) Check that the inverter is in the External operation mode. Operation mode does not switch to the Network operation mode. Check that the operation mode switching program is running.
  • Page 56: Modbus/Tcp

    MODBUS/TCP 2.7.1 Outline The MODBUS/TCP protocol allows transmission of MODBUS messages via Ethernet communication.  Communication specifications The communication specifications are shown in the following table. Item Description Communication protocol MODBUS/TCP protocol Conforming standard OPEN MODBUS/TCP SPECIFICATION Time delay setting Not available Maximum number of connections Number of simultaneously...
  • Page 57 NOTE • The monitor items and parameter settings can be read during communication with the Pr.1432 Ethernet communication check time interval = "0 (initial value)" setting, but such operation will become faulty once the operation mode is changed to the NET operation mode. When the NET operation mode is selected as the start-up operation mode, communication is performed once, then an Ethernet communication fault (E.EHR) occurs.
  • Page 58: Parameters Related To Modbus/Tcp

    • A signal loss detection is made when any of 0.1 s to 999.8 s is set in Pr.1432. In order to enable the signal loss detection, data must be sent by connected devices at an interval equal to or less than the time set for the communication check. (The inverter makes a communication check (clearing of communication check counter) regardless of the station number setting of the data sent from the master).
  • Page 59 Mitsubishi Electric Corporation will not take any responsibility for any problems in the inverter and the system incurred by unauthorized access. The following are examples of measures to prevent unauthorized access.
  • Page 60  Message frame (protocol) • Communication method Basically, the master sends a query message (inquiry), and slaves return a response message (response). At normal communication, the transaction identifier, protocol identifier, unit identifier, and function code are copied as they are, and at erroneous communication (illegal function code or data code), bit 7 (= H80) of the function code is turned ON, and the error code is set at data bytes.
  • Page 61 Message Function name Read/write Code Outline format reference page Data is written to multiple consecutive holding registers. Data can be written to consecutive multiple MODBUS registers to Write Multiple Registers Write output instructions to the inverter or set parameters. page 62 System environmental variable (Refer to page 64.)
  • Page 62 The values are the same as those in the query message. Read value Register 41004 (Pr.4): H1770 (60.00 Hz) Register 41005 (Pr.5): H0BB8 (30.00 Hz) Register 41006 (Pr.6): H03E8 (10.00 Hz)  Write single register (writing data to holding registers) (H06 or 06) •...
  • Page 63 • Normal response (Response message) a. Transaction b. Protocol d. Unit e. Function c. Length field f. Sub-function g. Data identifier identifier identifier code (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits)
  • Page 64  Example) Write 0.5 s (H05) to register 41007 (Pr.7) and 1 s (H0A) to register 41008 (Pr.8) in the inverter. Query message Transaction Protocol Unit Function Starting Quantity of Byte Length field Register value identifier identifier identifier code address registers count (8 bits)
  • Page 65 Normal response (Response message) Transaction Protocol Starting Length field Unit identifier Function code No. of points identifier identifier address (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits) The values are the same as those in the query message. The number of holding registers that were successfully accessed was returned as two with the start address 41007 (Pr.7).
  • Page 66 Register Definition Read/write Remarks 40009 Read/write Refer to the following. Inverter status / control input command 40010 Read/write Refer to the following. Operation mode / inverter setting 40014 Running frequency (RAM value) Read/write (The display can be changed to the rotations per minute (machine speed) using Pr.37 and Pr.53.
  • Page 67 • Parameter Register Name Read/write Remarks For details on parameter names, 41000 to refer to the parameter list in the FR- 0 to 999 Read/write The parameter number + +41000 is the register number. 41999 E800 Instruction Manual (Function). Terminal 2 frequency setting bias C2 (902) 41902 Read/write...
  • Page 68 • Fault history Register Definition Read/write Remarks 40501 Fault record 1 Read/write 40502 Fault record 2 Read 40503 Fault record 3 Read Being 2 bytes in length, the data is stored as H00○○. 40504 Fault record 4 Read Refer to the lowest 1 byte for the error code. (For details on error codes, 40505 Fault record 5 Read...
  • Page 69: Bacnet/Ip

    BACnet/IP 2.8.1 Outline Operation or parameter setting via communication is possible using the BACnet/IP through the Ethernet connector on the inverter.  Communication specifications The specifications conform to the BACnet standard of the Ethernet physical medium. Item Description Physical medium Ethernet (ISO 8802-3) Supported property of BACnet standard object type Refer to...
  • Page 70 Initial Name Setting range Setting range value 1449 Ethernet command source selection IP address 1 N670 1450 Ethernet command source selection IP address 2 N671 0 to 255 To limit the network devices that send the operation or 1451 Ethernet command source speed command through the Ethernet network, set the selection IP address 3 N672...
  • Page 71 • The setting range for command source selection depends on the settings in Pr.1451 and Pr.1453, and Pr.1452 and Pr.1454. (Either of the settings can be larger than the other in Pr.1451 and Pr.1453, and Pr.1452 and Pr.1454.) [Setting example 1] Pr.1449 Pr.1450 Pr.1451...
  • Page 72: Parameters Related To Bacnet/Ip

    2.8.3 Parameters related to BACnet/IP The following parameters are used for BACnet/IP communication. Set the parameters as required. Initial Name Setting range Description value % setting reference 60 Hz 1 to 590 Hz Set a reference frequency of the set frequency. N054 frequency Device identifier...
  • Page 73 NOTE • The % setting reference frequency cannot be set at less than the minimum frequency resolution of the inverter. • The set frequency is written to RAM. • The set frequency is applied at the writing of Speed scale. (The set frequency is not applied at the setting of Pr.390.) ...
  • Page 74 Mitsubishi Electric Corporation will not take any responsibility for any problems in the inverter and the system incurred by unauthorized access. The following are examples of measures to prevent unauthorized access.
  • Page 75  Supported BACnet object • ANALOG INPUT Present value Object identifier Object name Description Unit access type Represents actual input voltage (or input current) of terminal 2. (The range varies depending on the Pr.73 and Pr.267 percent Terminal 2 settings. (98) 0 to 10 V (0% to 100%), 0 to 5 V (0% to 100%),...
  • Page 76 Present value Object identifier Object name Description Unit access type Set the PID action set point. • This object is the set point during PID operation if Pr.128 = "60 or 61". (Setting range: 0.00 to 100.00) • This object is the set point during PID operation if Pr.128 = "1000 or 1001"...
  • Page 77 R: Read only, W: Read/Write (Commandable values not supported), C: Read/Write (Commandable values supported) Values written to the objects that support the commandable values are stored in the Priority Array, even when "Write Access Denied" is returned due to inconsistency of the writing requirements such as the operating mode, on condition that the values are written within the setting range. Available regardless of the operation mode, operation command source, and speed command source.
  • Page 78 • Parameter Register Name Read/write Remarks 41000 to The parameter number + +41000 is the register 0 to 999 — Read/write 41999 number. Terminal 2 frequency setting bias C2 (902) 41902 Read/write (frequency) Terminal 2 frequency setting bias 42092 Read/write Analog value (%) set in C3 (902) (analog value) C3 (902)
  • Page 79 STATEMENT (NORMATIVE) (This annex is part of this Standard and is required for its use.) BACnet Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement Date: 9th December 2019 Vendor Name: Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Product Name: Inverter Product Model Number: (FR-E800 series) Application Software Version: 8650* Firmware Revision: 1.00...
  • Page 80 BACnet Advanced Application Controller (B-AAC) BACnet Application Specific Controller (B-ASC) BACnet Smart Sensor (B-SS) BACnet Smart Actuator (B-SA) BACnet Advanced Life Safety Controller (B-ALSC) BACnet Life Safety Controller (B-LSC) BACnet Advanced Access Control Controller (B-AACC) BACnet Access Control Controller (B-ACC) BACnet Router (B-RTR) BACnet Gateway (B-GW) BACnet Broadcast Management Device (B-BBMD)
  • Page 81 ISO 8802-3, Ethernet (Clause 7) MS/TP master (Clause 9), baud rate(s): MS/TP slave (Clause 9), baud rate(s): Point-To-Point, EIA 232 (Clause 10), baud rate(s): Point-To-Point, modem, (Clause 10), baud rate(s): Other: Device Address Binding: Is static device binding supported? (This is currently necessary for two-way communication with MS/TP slaves and certain other devices.) Networking Options: Router, Clause 6 - List all routing configurations, e.g., ARCNET-Ethernet, Ethernet-MS/TP, etc.
  • Page 82: Melsoft / Fa Product Connection

    MELSOFT / FA product connection 2.9.1 Outline A computer (FR Configurator2), GOT, or a relay station (programmable controller) can be connected via Ethernet.  System configuration • Direct connection with a computer (FR Configurator2) Ethernet cable Personal computer Inverter (FR Configurator2) •...
  • Page 83: Parameters Related To Melsoft / Fa Product Connection

    NOTE • Enable the PLC function (Pr.414 PLC function operation selection ≠ "0 (initial value)") to use FR Configurator2 (Developer). (For details of Pr.414, refer to the FR-E800 Instruction Manual (Function).)  Ethernet function selection (Pr.1427 to Pr.1430) To select MELSOFT / FA product connection for the application, set any value from "5000 to 5002" or "5006 to 5008" in any of Pr.1427 to Pr.1430 Ethernet function selection 1 to 4.
  • Page 84 Mitsubishi Electric Corporation will not take any responsibility for any problems in the inverter and the system incurred by unauthorized access. The following are examples of measures to prevent unauthorized access.
  • Page 85: Slmp

    2.10 SLMP 2.10.1 Outline SLMP is a common protocol for seamless communication between applications. Users do not have to be concerned with network layers or boundaries. SLMP communications are available among devices that can transfer messages by SLMP (programmable controllers, personal computers, HMIs and others). (For the details of the SLMP compatibility of external devices, refer to the Instruction Manual of external devices.) 2.10.2 Initial setting for SLMP Use the following parameters to perform required settings for Ethernet communication between the inverter and other devices.
  • Page 86 Initial Name Setting range Setting range value 1442 Ethernet IP filter address 1 N660 1443 Ethernet IP filter address 2 N661 0 to 255 1444 Ethernet IP filter address 3 N662 Set the range of connectable IP addresses for the network devices. 1445 Ethernet IP filter address 4 (When Pr.1442 to Pr.1445 = "0 (initial value)", the function is...
  • Page 87 Mitsubishi Electric Corporation will not take any responsibility for any problems in the inverter and the system incurred by unauthorized access. The following are examples of measures to prevent unauthorized access.
  • Page 88  Communication procedure • Using TCP/IP The following is the communication procedure when executing SLMP communication with TCP/IP. With TCP/IP, connections are established when communication is executed, and whether data is received normally or not is checked to ensure reliability of data. However, the line load is high as compared to UDP. Inverter External device Connection request...
  • Page 89 • Using UDP The following is the communication procedure when executing SLMP communication with UDP. With UDP, connections are not established when communication is executed, and whether data is received normally or not is not checked. Therefore, the line load is low. However, data is less reliable as compared to TCP/IP. Inverter External device Sending a request message...
  • Page 90 • Response message format The following is the format of a response message sent from the inverter to the external device. The response message data length is 2048 bytes at the maximum. • Normal completion Destination Destination Header Subheader Destination Destination unit Response data End code...
  • Page 91 Item Size Endian Description Response data The data length from the end code to the response data (when completed) or error 2 bytes Little length information (when failed) is stored in hexadecimal. (Unit: byte) The command processing result is stored. The value "0" is stored for normal completion. The End code 2 bytes Little...
  • Page 92 Device Category Device code Range Internal relay (M) 0 to 127 (decimal) Data register (D) Word 0 to 255 (decimal) Link register (W) Word 8192 Contact (TS) Timer (T) Coil (TC) 0 to 15 (decimal) Current value (TN) Word Contact (SS) 0 (Initial value.
  • Page 93 Register Name Read/write Remarks W4835 PID display gain analog value Read/write Analog value (%) set in C45 (935) C45 (935) PID display gain analog value Analog value (%) of the current (voltage) applied to terminal W4935 Read (terminal analog value) For details on parameter names, 1000 to W1000 to...
  • Page 94 Register Definition Read/write Remarks The capacity in the inverter model can be read in ASCII code. W8011 Capacity (1st and 2nd characters) Read Data is read in increments of 0.1 kW, and rounds down to 0.01 kW W8012 Capacity (3rd and 4th characters) Read increments.
  • Page 95 • Read data / write data The value read from the device is stored for reading. The value to be written to the device is stored for writing. The data is arranged differently between reading/writing in bit units (subcommand: H0001) and reading/writing in word units (subcommand: H0000).
  • Page 96 Number First Device device code devices Data Data H32 H00 H00 H02 H00 HAB H56 H0F H17 Stored values for request or response data Values to be read or written The data in D50 is H56AB The data in D51 is H170F (22187 in decimal).
  • Page 97 Specify the devices for the specified number of devices. Number Number Word access Double-word access of devices Subcommand of devices Device No. Device Device No. Device Device No. Device Device No. Device for word double-word access code code code code access H03 H04 Item...
  • Page 98 Item Description Subcommand Specify the unit (bit/word) for writing. Number of devices for bit access Number of devices for word access Specify the number of target devices. Number of devices for double- word access Specify the devices according to the number set in the request data for word access. It is not necessary to Word access specify the devices when "0"...
  • Page 99  Error code When the end code is other than "0" (failed completion), one of the error codes shown in the following table will be stored. Error code Fault indications. H4031 The device outside of the range is specified. H4080 Request data fault The network with the No.
  • Page 100: Ethernet/Ip

    Solid green Link-up  EDS file An EDS file is available for download. Mitsubishi Electric FA Global Website: www.MitsubishiElectric.co.jp/fa For details, contact your sales representative. NOTE • The EDS file is used in configuration software. To install the EDS file properly, refer to the instruction manual of your configuration software.
  • Page 101 To make communication between other devices and the inverter, perform the initial settings of the inverter parameters to match the communication specifications of the devices. Data communication cannot be made if the initial settings are not made or if there is any setting error. Initial Name Setting range...
  • Page 102 • When Pr.1449 to Pr.1452 = "0 (initial value)", no IP address is specified for command source selection via Ethernet. In this case, operation commands cannot be sent via Ethernet. • The setting range for command source selection depends on the settings in Pr.1451 and Pr.1453, and Pr.1452 and Pr.1454.
  • Page 103: Parameters Related To Ethernet/Ip

    2.11.3 Parameters related to EtherNet/IP The following parameters are used for EtherNet/IP communication. Set the parameters as required. Initial Name Setting range Description value 1426 Link speed and duplex mode Set the communication speed and the communication mode 0 to 4 selection (full-duplex/half-duplex).
  • Page 104: Object Map Definitions

    Mitsubishi Electric Corporation will not take any responsibility for any problems in the inverter and the system incurred by unauthorized access. The following are examples of measures to prevent unauthorized access.
  • Page 105 Revision UINT 0001h (Revision of the object)  Instance attribute Name Access Type Description Vendor ID UINT 00A1h (Mitsubishi Electric) Device Type UINT 0002h (AC Drive) Product Code UINT 003Eh (Product code) Revision Structure Major revision and minor revision Major revision...
  • Page 106  Service Class Instance Get_Attribute_Single Get_Attribute_Single Set_Attribute_Single  Class attribute Name Access Type Description Revision UINT 0002h (Revision of the object) Max Instance UINT (Highest instance number)  Instance attribute Name Access Type Description Data USINT array Inverter I/O data ...
  • Page 107 Object Attribute Name Instance No. Name Name Torque reference AC/DC Drive TorqueRef  Input assemblies (Producing instances) For definitions and mapping of data in this instance, refer to the data definitions of input assemblies on page 106. • Instance 70 (46h) - Basic Speed Control Input Byte Bit 7 Bit 6...
  • Page 108  Connection Management Object (06h) This object is used to manage the characteristics of a communication connection.  Service Class Instance Forward_Open — Forward_Close  Motor Data Object (28h) This object serves as a database for motor parameters.  Service Class Instance Get_Attribute_Single...
  • Page 109 Name Access Type Description Operation command source 0: Pr.338 = "1" NetCtrl BOOL 1: Pr.338 = "0" The actual status of the operation command source can be monitored with Attribute 15. 0: Vendor Specific (Pr.502 = "2": communication fault detection enabled) 1: Startup (During inverter reset) 2: Not_Ready (Communication ready and main circuit power-...
  • Page 110 Name Access Type Description Actual drive speed Speed Actual SpeedScale Unit: rpm / 2 Speed setting value SpeedScale Unit: rpm / 2 SpeedRef Select whether or not to use a sign for the frequency command value using Pr.541. Motor phase current Current Actual CurrentScale Unit: 100mA / 2...
  • Page 111  Instance attribute Name Access Type Description Status DWORD Refer to "Status (Attribute 1)" on page 110. 80 (0050h): Configuration Capability DWORD Refer to "Configuration Capability (Attribute 2)" on page 110. Configuration Control DWORD Refer to "Configuration Control (Attribute 3)" on page 110.
  • Page 112  Ethernet Link Object (F6h) This object groups diagnostic information for the Ethernet interface.  Service Class Instance Get_Attribute_All Get_Attribute_All Get_Attribute_Single Get_Attribute_Single Set_Attribute_Single  Class attribute Name Access Type Description Revision UINT 0004h (Revision of the object) Max Instance UINT (Highest instance number) Number of instances UINT...
  • Page 113 Name Description Duplex mode when Auto-negotiate (Bit 0) = 0 Forced Duplex Mode 0: Half duplex 1: Full duplex 2 to 15 — Fixed to 0 • Capability Bits (Attribute 11) Name Description Attribute 6, change application condition Manual Setting Requires Reset 0: Immediately (Instance 3) 1: After reset (Instance 1, 2) 0: Not supported (Instance 3)
  • Page 114: Profinet

    Solid green Link-up  GSD file A GSD file is available for download. Mitsubishi Electric FA Global Website: www.MitsubishiElectric.co.jp/fa For details, contact your sales representative. NOTE • The GSD file is used in configuration software. To install the GSD file properly, refer to the instruction manual of your configuration software.
  • Page 115: Data Exchange

    To make communication between other devices and the inverter, perform the initial settings of the inverter parameters to match the communication specifications of the devices. Data communication cannot be made if the initial settings are not made or if there is any setting error. Initial Name Setting range...
  • Page 116 Holds up to eight fault codes which occurred after the power is Array[8] turned ON. When the ninth fault occurs, the eighth fault is P947 Fault numbers Unsigned16 overwritten by the new data. Manufacturer ID: 021Ch (Mitsubishi Electric) Array[5] P964 Device identification Drive unit type: 0 Unsigned16 Version (software) xxyy (decimal)
  • Page 117 Parameter Definition Data type Value/description P61000 Name of station Octetstring 240 The station name of the device. P61001 IP address Octetstring 4 Current IP address P61002 MAC address Octetstring 6 MAC address P61003 Gateway Octetstring4 Current gateway address P61004 Subnet mask Octetstring4 Current subnet mask ...
  • Page 118  Error table Error description Value IMPERMISSIBLE_PARAMETER_NUMBER 0x00 FAULTY_SUBINDEX 0x03 NO_ARRAY 0x04 PARAMETER_ADDRESS_IMPERMISSIBLE 0x16 ILLEGAL_FORMAT 0x17 AXIS_DO_NONEXISTENT 0x19 SERVICE_NOT_SUPPORTED 0x21 MULTI_PARAMETER_ACCESS_NOT_SUPPORTED 0x23  Starting/stopping the motor While inverter is in operation state it can be stopped in different ways using control word 1 (STW1). Quick stop results in the motor decelerating to a stop.
  • Page 119: Inverter-To-Inverter Link Function

    2.13 Inverter-to-inverter link function The inverter-to-inverter link function enables communication between multiple inverters connected by Ethernet in a small-scale system by using the I/O devices and special registers of the PLC function. The inverter-to-inverter link function is enabled by simply setting Pr.1124 Station number in inverter-to-inverter link and Pr.1125 Number of inverters in inverter-to-inverter link system.
  • Page 120 (Communication using the inverter-to-inverter function is not available for the inverters directly connected to the router.) Personal computer Router (FR Configurator2) 100 Mbps Inverter Inverter Inverter Inverter Inverter Inverter (master) (slave 1) (slave 2) (slave 3) (slave 4) (slave 5) ...
  • Page 121 Device No. Name Description SD1510 to SD1517 Inverter-to-inverter link send data 1 to 8 (slave 3) Data 3 to 8 sent to slave 1 SD1518 to SD1525 Inverter-to-inverter link receive data 1 to 8 (slave 4) Data 4 to 8 received from slave 1 SD1526 to SD1533 Inverter-to-inverter link send data 1 to 8 (slave 4) Data 4 to 8 sent to slave 1...
  • Page 122: Ethernet Communication Parameters

    2.14 Ethernet communication parameters The following table shows parameters used in common for Ethernet communication protocols. Set the parameters as required. Initial Name Setting range Description value Default gateway address N620 Default gateway address N621 0 to 255 Enter the default gateway address. Default gateway address N622 Default gateway address...
  • Page 123 Initial Name Setting range Description value Signal loss detection disabled A warning (EHR) is output for a signal loss. The setting of Pr.1431 will be A warning (EHR) and the Alarm applied to the operation when (LF) signal are output for a signal signal loss is detected at loss PORT1, and the setting of...
  • Page 124 To connect the inverter and FR Configurator2 via the MELSOFT / FA product for Ethernet communication, set "5001 (initial value)" or "5002" according to the protocol type (UDP or TCP/IP) in any of Pr.1427 to Pr.1430. When the inverter is connected with other equipment via a hub, and if the communication between the other equipment and the hub is interrupted and resumed, the communication between the inverter and the other equipment may not be established depending on the specifications of the hub.
  • Page 125  Keepalive time (Pr.1455) An alive check message (KeepAlive ACK) is sent to a device if the device does not return any response within the time set in Pr.1455 Keepalive time while a TCP connection is established. When no response is returned after the seventh transmission, the connection will be forced to be closed.
  • Page 126 CHAPTER 3 RS-485 Communication Outline ..................................126 Wiring..................................126 Wiring of PU connector............................128 Mitsubishi inverter protocol (computer link communication) .................130 MODBUS RTU..............................142...
  • Page 127: Chapter 3 Rs-485 Communication

    RS-485 Communication Outline Use the following parameters to perform required settings for RS-485 communication between the inverter and a personal computer. • Use the PU connector on the inverter as communication interface. • Parameter setting, monitoring, etc. can be performed using Mitsubishi inverter protocol or MODBUS RTU communication protocol.
  • Page 128 Commercially available products (as of December 2019) Product name Model Manufacturer BMJ-8-28N (Pins No. 2 and No. 8 are not connected internally.) HACHIKO ELECTRIC CO., LTD. (A plug with a terminating resistor is not used.) RS-485 distributor DMDH-3PN Diatrend Corp. DMDH-10PN ...
  • Page 129: Wiring Of Pu Connector

    Wiring of PU connector Using the PU connector as a computer network port enables communication operation from a personal computer, etc. When the PU connector is connected with a personal, FA, or other computer by a communication cable, a user program can run and monitor the inverter or read and write to parameters.
  • Page 130 • Connecting multiple inverters (four-wire type) Programmable controller Distributor Distributor Distributor Built-in RS-485 Communication port cable Terminating resistor 5 4 3 6 1 5 4 3 6 1 5 4 3 6 1 Inverter Inverter Inverter PU connector PU connector PU connector •...
  • Page 131: Mitsubishi Inverter Protocol (Computer Link Communication)

    Mitsubishi inverter protocol (computer link communication) Parameter setting and monitoring, etc. are possible by using the Mitsubishi inverter protocol (computer link communication) via the PU connector on the inverter. Setting Name Initial value Description range Specify the inverter station number. PU communication Enter the inverter station numbers when two or more inverters are 0 to 31...
  • Page 132 Item Description Related parameter Character system ASCII (7 bits or 8 bits can be selected.) Pr.119 Start bit 1 bit — Stop bit length 1 bit or 2 bits can be selected. Pr.119 Communication specifications Parity check Check (at even or odd numbers) or no check can be selected. Pr.120 Error check Sum code check...
  • Page 133 • Data writing format a. Communication request data from the computer to the inverter Number of characters Format Inverter Instruction station Data Sum check code number Inverter Instruction station Data Sum check code number Inverter Send Receive Instruction station data data Data 1 Data 2...
  • Page 134 c. Reply data from the inverter to the computer (Data error detected) Number of characters Format Inverter station Error code number e. Transmission data from the computer to the inverter when reading data Number of characters Format Inverter station C (No data error detected) number Inverter station...
  • Page 135 • Sum check code The sum check code is a 2-digit ASCII (hexadecimal) representing the lower 1 byte (8 bits) of the sum derived from the checked ASCII data. (Example 1) Instruction check Station Data code Computer Inverter code number Binary code H30 H31 H45 H31...
  • Page 136  Response time Data sending time (refer to the following formula) Waiting time Data check time Inverter data processing time (setting 10 ms) (depends on the Computer instruction code*3) Inverter Time Inverter 10 ms or more necessary Computer Data sending time (refer to the following formula) [Formula for data transmission time] Communication specifications Number of data characters *1...
  • Page 137 NOTE • The operation at a communication error occurrence depends on the setting of Pr.502 Stop mode selection at communication error. (Refer to page 160.)  Signal loss detection (Pr.122) • If a signal loss (communication stop) is detected between the inverter and computer as a result of a signal loss detection, a communication error (E.PUE) occurs and the inverter output will be shut off.
  • Page 138  Setting items and set data • After completion of parameter settings, set the instruction codes and data, then start communication from the computer to allow various types of operation control and monitoring. Read/ Instruction Number of data Item Data description write code digits (format)
  • Page 139 Read/ Instruction Number of data Item Data description write code digits (format) Set frequency Read the set frequency or rotations per minute (machine speed) from the (RAM) RAM or EEPROM. 4 digits (B and E (E2) Read H0000 to HFFFF: Set frequency in 0.01 Hz increments (The display can / D) Set frequency be changed to the rotations per minute (machine speed) using Pr.37 and...
  • Page 140 NOTE • Set 65520 (HFFF0) as a parameter value "8888" and 65535 (HFFFF) as "9999". • For the instruction codes HFF, HEC, and HF3, their values once written are held, but cleared to zero when an inverter reset or all clear is performed. •...
  • Page 141 Instruction Item Description Example code length b0: Terminal 4 input selection b1: Forward rotation command b2: Reverse rotation command b3: RL (Low-speed operation command) [Example 1] H0002 Forward rotation b4: RM (Middle-speed operation command) Operation b5: RH (High-speed operation command 16 bits [Example 2] H0804 Low-speed reverse operation command)
  • Page 142  Multi command (HF0) • Sending data format from computer to inverter Number of characters Format Send Receive Inverter Instruction Time data data station Sum check Data 1 Data 2 code (HF0) delay number type type • Reply data format from inverter to computer (No data error detected) Number of characters Format Send...
  • Page 143: Modbus Rtu

    MODBUS RTU Operation or parameter setting via communication is possible using the MODBUS RTU communication protocol through the PU connector on the inverter. Setting Name Initial value Description range Broadcast communication PU communication Specify the inverter station number. N020 station number 1 to 247 Enter the inverter station numbers when two or more inverters are connected to one personal computer.
  • Page 144 Item Description Related parameter Character system Binary (fixed at 8 bits) — Start bit 1 bit — Stop bit length Select from the following three types: Communication No parity check, stop bit length 1 bit / 2 bits (depends on the setting of Pr.119) Pr.119 specifications Odd parity check, stop bit length 1 bit...
  • Page 145 NOTE • During broadcast communication, functions are executed regarded of the set inverter station number (Pr.117).  Message frame (protocol) • Communication method Basically, the master sends a query message (inquiry), and slaves return a response message (response). At normal communication, the device address and function code are copied as they are, and at erroneous communication (illegal function code or data code), bit 7 (= H80) of the function code is turned ON, and the error code is set at data bytes.
  • Page 146 Message Read/ Broadcast format Function name Code Outline write communication reference page Data is written to a holding register. Data can be written to MODBUS registers to output instructions to Write single register Write the inverter or set parameters. Available page 146 System environmental variable (Refer to page...
  • Page 147 Normal response (Response message) Slave address Function code Byte count Register value CRC check (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits) Read value Register 41004 (Pr.4): H1770 (60.00 Hz) Register 41005 (Pr.5): H0BB8 (30.00 Hz) Register 41006 (Pr.6): H03E8 (10.00 Hz) ...
  • Page 148 • Normal response (Response message) b. Function a. Slave address c. Sub-function d. Data CRC check code (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits) • Query message setting Message Description Set the address to send messages to. Broadcast communication is not possible. (Invalid when "0" Slave address is set.) Function code...
  • Page 149 Normal response (Response message) Slave address Function code Starting address Quantity of registers CRC check (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits)  Read holding register access log (H46 or 70) •...
  • Page 150 • Error response (Response message) b. Function a. Slave address c. Exception code CRC check code H80 + Function (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits) (8 bits) Message Description Slave address Set the address received from the master. Function code The function code requested by the master and H80 is set.
  • Page 151 • System environment variables Register Definition Read/write Remarks 40002 Inverter reset Write Any value 40003 Parameter clear Write Set H965A. 40004 All parameter clear Write Set H99AA. 40006 Write Set H5A96. Parameter clear 40007 Write Set HAA99. All parameter clear 40008 Inverter status / control input command Read/write...
  • Page 152 Mode Read value Write value H0003 — H0004 H0014 PU + EXT H0005 — Writing is available depending on the Pr.79 and Pr.340 settings. For details, refer to the FR-E800 Instruction Manual (Function). Restrictions in each operation mode conform with the computer link specification. •...
  • Page 153 • Fault history Register Definition Read/write Remarks 40501 Fault record 1 Read/write 40502 Fault record 2 Read 40503 Fault record 3 Read Being 2 bytes in length, the data is stored as H00○○. 40504 Fault record 4 Read Refer to the lowest 1 byte for the error code. (For details on error codes, 40505 Fault record 5 Read...
  • Page 154  Alarm (LF) signal output (communication error warning) • During a communication error, the Alarm (LF) signal is output by open collector output. Assign the terminal to be used using any of Pr.190 to Pr.196 (Output terminal function selection). Master Alarm data Alarm data Normal data...
  • Page 155 MEMO 3. RS-485 Communication 3.5 MODBUS RTU...
  • Page 156 CHAPTER 4 Other Communication Options USB device communication..........................156 Automatic connection with GOT ...........................157...
  • Page 157: Chapter 4 Other Communication Options

    Other Communication Options USB device communication A personal computer and an inverter can be connected with a USB cable. Setup of the inverter can be easily performed with FR Configurator2. The inverter can be connected easily to a personal computer by a USB cable. Initial Name Setting range...
  • Page 158: Automatic Connection With Got

    Automatic connection with GOT When the automatic connection is enabled in the GOT2000 series, the inverter can communicate with the GOT2000 series with only setting the station number and connecting the GOT. This eliminates the need for setting each communication parameter separately.
  • Page 159 MEMO 4. Other Communication Options 4.2 Automatic connection with GOT...
  • Page 160 CHAPTER 5 Common Settings...
  • Page 161: Chapter 5 Common Settings

    Common Settings Set the action when the inverter is performing operation via communication. Set the action at fault occurrence or at writing of parameters. Initial Setting Name Description value range Parameter values written by communication are written to the EEPROM and Communication RAM.
  • Page 162 At fault occurrence At fault removal Pr.502 Fault type Fault (ALM) Fault (ALM) setting Operation Display Operation Display signal signal "E.PUE", 0 (initial Output stop "E.PUE", Output shutoff "E.EHR", value) status "E.EHR", "E.OP1" continues. "E.OP1" PU disconnection, "E.PUE", ON after stop Output to Ethernet "E.EHR",...
  • Page 163 • The following charts show operations when a communication line error occurs. Pr.502 = "0" (initial value) Pr.502 = "1" Fault occurrence Fault removal Fault removal Fault occurrence Communication Communication fault fault Motor coasting Decelerates Output Output to stop frequency frequency Fault display Fault display...
  • Page 164 • The following charts show operations when a communication option fault occurs. Pr.502 = "0 (initial value)" Pr.502 = "1 or 2" Fault occurrence Fault removal Fault removal Fault occurrence Fault Fault Motor coasting Decelerates to stop Time Time Fault display Fault display (E.1) Display...
  • Page 165 CAUTION • When Pr.502 = "6" and a communication line error (PU disconnection, Ethernet communication fault, communication option fault) occurs, or a communication option fault occurs, the operation continues. When setting "6" in Pr.502, provide a safety stop countermeasure other than via communication. For example, input a signal through an external terminal (RES, MRS, or X92) or press the PU stop on the operation panel.
  • Page 166  Error reset operation selection at inverter fault (Pr.349) • An error reset command from a communication option can be invalidated in the External operation mode or the PU operation mode. Pr.349 setting Description 0 (initial value) Error reset is enabled independently of operation mode. Error reset is enabled in the Network operation mode.
  • Page 167 Revisions *The manual number is given on the bottom left of the back cover. Revision date Manual number Revision Dec. 2019 IB(NA)-0600871ENG-A First edition IB-0600871ENG-A...
  • Page 168 HEAD OFFICE: TOKYO BUILDING 2-7-3, MARUNOUCHI, CHIYODA-KU, TOKYO 100-8310, JAPAN IB(NA)-0600871ENG-A(1912)MEE Printed in Japan Specifications subject to change without notice.

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