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INVERTER
FR-E800
Instruction Manual (Function)
Compact, high functionality inverters
FR-E820-0008(0.1K) to 0330(7.5K)
FR-E840-0016(0.4K) to 0170(7.5K)
FR-E860-0017(0.75K) to 0120(7.5K)
FR-E820-0008(0.1K) to 0330(7.5K)-E
FR-E840-0016(0.4K) to 0170(7.5K)-E
FR-E860-0017(0.75K) to 0120(7.5K)-E

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  • Page 1 INVERTER FR-E800 Instruction Manual (Function) Compact, high functionality inverters FR-E820-0008(0.1K) to 0330(7.5K) FR-E840-0016(0.4K) to 0170(7.5K) FR-E860-0017(0.75K) to 0120(7.5K) FR-E820-0008(0.1K) to 0330(7.5K)-E FR-E840-0016(0.4K) to 0170(7.5K)-E FR-E860-0017(0.75K) to 0120(7.5K)-E...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Chapter 1 Introduction ....... . . 10 Inverter model ............. 11 Operation steps .
  • Page 3 Use of a function group number for the identification of parameters ....73 Parameter list (by function group number) ........75 Parameter initial value groups .
  • Page 4 Chapter 7 (E) Environment Setting Parameters ... . 126 Clock ..............127 Reset selection / disconnected PU detection / PU stop selection .
  • Page 5 Shortest acceleration/deceleration (automatic acceleration/deceleration) ....171 Chapter 9 (D) Operation Command and Frequency Command . . Operation mode selection ........... 174 Startup of the inverter in Network operation mode at power-ON .
  • Page 6 Chapter 11 (M) Item and Output Signal for Monitoring ..226 11.1 Speed indication and its setting change to rotations per minute ..... . 226 11.2 Monitor item selection on operation panel or via communication .
  • Page 7 Chapter 13 (C) Motor Constant Parameters....294 13.1 Applied motor ............. 294 13.2 Offline auto tuning .
  • Page 8 15.4 Energy saving control ............380 15.5 SF-PR slip amount adjustment mode .
  • Page 10: Chapter 1 Introduction

    CHAPTER 1 Introduction Inverter model.................................11 Operation steps ..............................13 About the related manuals............................15...
  • Page 11 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 12: Inverter Model

    Inverter model Check the rating plate on the side of the product. Some characters in the model name indicate the specification as follows. FR-E8 0- Rating plate Inverter model MODEL :FR-E820-0008-1 Input rating INPUT :XXXXX Output rating OUTPUT:XXXXX SERIAL SERIAL:XXXXXXXXXXX Country of origin MADE IN XXXXX •...
  • Page 13  How to read the SERIAL number The SERIAL consists of two symbols, three characters indicating the production year Rating plate example and month, and six characters indicating the control number. The last digit of the production year is indicated as the Year, and the Month is Symbol Year Month Control number indicated by 1 to 9, X (October), Y (November), or Z (December).
  • Page 14: Operation Steps

    Operation steps : Initial setting Step of operation Frequency command Installation/mounting Inverter output Wiring of the power frequency supply and motor Time (Hz) Start command Control mode selection Start command via the PU/Ethernet connector of the inverter and plug-in to give a start to give a start to give a start option (Communication)
  • Page 15 Symbol Overview Refer to page Instruction Manual Install the inverter. (Connection) Instruction Manual Perform wiring for the power supply and the motor. (Connection) Select the control method (V/F control, Advanced magnetic flux vector control, Real sensorless vector control, and PM sensorless vector control). Instruction Manual Give the start command via communication.
  • Page 16: About The Related Manuals

    About the related manuals The manuals related to the FR-E800 inverter are as follows. Manual name Manual number FR-E800 Inverter Safety Guideline IB-0600857ENG FR-E860 Inverter Safety Guideline IB-0600910ENG FR-E800-E Inverter Safety Guideline IB-0600860ENG FR-E860-E Inverter Safety Guideline IB-0600911ENG FR-E800 Instruction Manual (Connection) IB-0600865ENG FR-E860 Instruction Manual (Connection) IB-0600906ENG...
  • Page 17 MEMO 1. Introduction 1.3 About the related manuals...
  • Page 18 CHAPTER 2 Basic Operation Operation panel ..............................19 Monitoring the inverter ............................27 Easy setting of the inverter operation mode ......................28 Frequently-used parameters (simple mode parameters)..................29 Basic operation procedure (PU operation) ......................33 Basic operation procedure (External operation) .....................38 Basic operation procedure (JOG operation) ......................45 I/O terminal function assignment ..........................47...
  • Page 19: Chapter 2 Basic Operation

    Basic Operation This chapter explains the basic operation of this product. Always read the instructions before use. 2. Basic Operation...
  • Page 20: Operation Panel

    Operation panel 2.1.1 Components of the operation panel  Standard model 2. Basic Operation 2.1 Operation panel...
  • Page 21 ON when the PLC function of the inverter is valid. indicator The setting dial of the Mitsubishi Electric inverters. Turn the setting dial to change the setting of frequency or parameter, etc. Press the setting dial to perform the following operations: Setting dial •...
  • Page 22  Ethernet model 2. Basic Operation 2.1 Operation panel...
  • Page 23 Appearance Name Description Shows a numeric value (readout) of a monitor item such as the frequency or a parameter Monitor (4-digit number. LED) (The monitor item can be changed according to the settings of Pr.52, Pr.774 to Pr.776.) Hz: ON when the actual frequency is monitored. (Blinks when the set frequency is monitored.) Unit indication A: ON when the current is monitored.
  • Page 24: Basic Operation Of The Operation Panel

    2.1.2 Basic operation of the operation panel  Basic operation (standard model) Operation mode switchover/Frequency setting External operation mode (displayed at power-ON) PU operation mode PU Jog operation mode Blinking Change the setting. Frequency setting written and complete Second screen Third screen First screen (Output frequency monitoring)
  • Page 25  Basic operation (Ethernet model) Operation mode switchover/Frequency setting Network operation mode (at power-ON) PU operation mode PU Jog operation mode Blinking Change the setting. Frequency setting written and complete Second screen Third screen First screen (Output frequency monitoring) (Output current monitoring) (Output voltage monitoring)
  • Page 26: Digital Characters And Their Corresponding Printed Equivalents

    V/F control as a batch. (Not displayed for the 575 V class.) Changes parameter settings as a batch. The target parameters include Automatic parameter communication parameters for the Mitsubishi Electric human machine setting interface (GOT) connection and the parameters for the rated frequency settings of 50/60 Hz.
  • Page 27  Parameter setting screen First screen (Output frequency monitoring) Parameter setting mode PU operation mode Blinking The present setting is Change the setting. Parameter write complete displayed. Hold down For a 4-digit parameter number The present setting is displayed. Change the setting. Hold down For a 5-digit parameter...
  • Page 28: Monitoring The Inverter

    Monitoring the inverter 2.2.1 Monitoring of output current and output voltage • Press the SET key on the operation panel in the monitor mode to switch the monitor item between output frequency, output current, and output voltage. Operating procedure Press the MODE key during inverter operation to monitor the output frequency. The [Hz] LED turns ON. Press the SET key to monitor the output current.
  • Page 29: Easy Setting Of The Inverter Operation Mode

    Easy setting of the inverter operation mode The operation mode suitable for start and speed command combinations can be set easily using Pr.79 Operation mode selection. The following shows the procedure to operate with the external start command (STF/STR) and the frequency command by using the operation panel.
  • Page 30: Frequently-Used Parameters (Simple Mode Parameters)

    Frequently-used parameters (simple mode parameters) Parameters that are frequently used for the FR-E800 series are grouped as simple mode parameters. When Pr.160 User group read selection = "9999", only the simple mode parameters are displayed on the operation panel. This section explains the simple mode parameters. 2.4.1 Simple mode parameter list For simple variable-speed operation of the inverter, the initial values of the parameters may be used as they are.
  • Page 31 9109 PM motor. Changes parameter settings as a batch. The target parameters include communication Automatic 10, 12, 20, parameters for the Mitsubishi Electric human E431 9999 parameter setting 21, 9999 machine interface (GOT) connection and the parameters for the rated frequency settings of 50/60 Hz.
  • Page 32  Simple mode parameters (Ethernet model) Initial value Refer Name Increment Range Application group Gr.1 Gr.2 page Set this parameter to obtain a higher starting torque under V/F control. Also set this when a G000 Torque boost 0.1% 0% to 30% loaded motor cannot be driven, the warning "OL"...
  • Page 33 Gr.2 page Changes parameter settings as a batch. The target parameters include communication Automatic 10, 12, 20, parameters for the Mitsubishi Electric human E431 9999 parameter setting 21, 9999 machine interface (GOT) connection and the parameters for the rated frequency settings of 50/60 Hz.
  • Page 34: Basic Operation Procedure (Pu Operation)

    Basic operation procedure (PU operation) Select a method to give the frequency command from the list below, and refer to the specified page for its procedure. Method to give the frequency command Refer to page Setting the frequency on the operation panel in the frequency setting mode Give commands by turning ON/OFF switches wired to inverter's terminals (multi-speed setting) Setting the frequency by inputting voltage signals Setting the frequency by inputting current signals...
  • Page 35: Setting The Frequency With Switches (Multi-Speed Setting)

    Parameters referred to Pr.7 Acceleration time, Pr.8 Deceleration timepage 158 Pr.79 Operation mode selectionpage 174 2.5.2 Setting the frequency with switches (multi-speed setting) • Use the RUN key on the operation panel to give a start command. • Turn ON the RH, RM, or RL signal to give a frequency command (multi-speed setting). •...
  • Page 36: Setting The Frequency Using An Analog Signal (Voltage Input)

    2.5.3 Setting the frequency using an analog signal (voltage input) • Use the RUN key on the operation panel to give a start command. • Use the frequency setting potentiometer to give a frequency command (by connecting it to terminals 2 and 5 (voltage input)). •...
  • Page 37: Setting The Frequency Using An Analog Signal (Current Input)

    2.5.4 Setting the frequency using an analog signal (current input) • Use the RUN key on the operation panel to give a start command. • Use the current regulator which outputs 4 to 20 mA to give a frequency command (by connecting it across terminals 4 and 5 (current input)).
  • Page 38 Parameters referred to Pr.7 Acceleration time, Pr.8 Deceleration timepage 158 Pr.79 Operation mode selectionpage 174 Pr.126 Terminal 4 frequency setting gain frequencypage 273 Pr.178 to Pr.184 (Input terminal function selection)page 283 C5 Terminal 4 frequency setting bias frequencypage 273 2. Basic Operation 2.5 Basic operation procedure (PU operation)
  • Page 39: Basic Operation Procedure (External Operation)

    Basic operation procedure (External operation) Select a method to give the frequency command from the list below, and refer to the specified page for its procedure. Method to give the frequency command Refer to page Setting the frequency on the operation panel in the frequency setting mode Turning ON/OFF switches wired to inverter's terminals (multi-speed setting) Setting the frequency by inputting voltage signals Setting the frequency by inputting current signals...
  • Page 40: Setting The Frequency And Giving A Start Command With Switches (Multi-Speed Setting) (Pr.4 To Pr.6)

    NOTE • When both the forward rotation start switch (STF signal) and the reverse rotation start switch (STR signal) are turned ON, the motor cannot be started. If both are turned ON while the inverter is running, the inverter decelerates to a stop. •...
  • Page 41: Setting The Frequency Using An Analog Signal (Voltage Input)

    NOTE • When both the forward rotation start switch (STF signal) and the reverse rotation start switch (STR signal) are turned ON, the motor cannot be started. If both are turned ON while the inverter is running, the inverter decelerates to a stop. •...
  • Page 42: Changing The Frequency (Initial Value: 60 Hz) At The Maximum Voltage Input (Initial Value: 5 V)

    NOTE • When both the forward rotation start switch (STF signal) and the reverse rotation start switch (STR signal) are turned ON, the motor cannot be started. If both are turned ON while the inverter is running, the inverter decelerates to a stop. •...
  • Page 43: Setting The Frequency Using An Analog Signal (Current Input)

    • Other adjustment methods for the frequency setting voltage gain are the following: adjustment by applying a voltage directly across terminals 2 and 5, and adjustment using a specified point without applying a voltage across terminals 2 and 5. (Refer page 273.) Parameters referred to...
  • Page 44: Changing The Frequency (Initial Value: 60 Hz) At The Maximum Current Input (Initial Value: 20 Ma)

    NOTE • When both the forward rotation start switch (STF signal) and the reverse rotation start switch (STR signal) are turned ON, the motor cannot be started. If both are turned ON while the inverter is running, the inverter decelerates to a stop. •...
  • Page 45 Parameters referred to Pr.126 Terminal 4 frequency setting gain frequencypage 273 C5 Terminal 4 frequency setting bias frequencypage 273 C7 Terminal 4 frequency setting gainpage 273 2. Basic Operation 2.6 Basic operation procedure (External operation)
  • Page 46: Basic Operation Procedure (Jog Operation)

    Basic operation procedure (JOG operation) 2.7.1 Giving a start command by using external signals for JOG operation • The JOG signal can be input only via a control terminal. • JOG operation is performed while the JOG signal is ON. •...
  • Page 47: Giving A Start Command From The Operation Panel For Jog Operation

    Pr.178 to Pr.184 (Input terminal function selection)page 283 2.7.2 Giving a start command from the operation panel for JOG operation • JOG operation is performed while the RUN key on the operation panel is pressed. Operation panel The following shows the procedure to operate at 5 Hz. Operating procedure Turning ON the power of the inverter The operation panel is in the monitor mode.
  • Page 48: I/O Terminal Function Assignment

    I/O terminal function assignment • Functions can be assigned to the external I/O terminals (physical terminals) or communication (virtual terminals) by setting parameters. FR-E800 FR-E800-E Output Input Output terminal Input terminal (physical terminal) (physical terminal) Input terminal Input (physical terminal) Plug-in option Plug-in option Output...
  • Page 49  Output terminal function assignment • Signals can be output to the inverter by using physical terminals or via communication or assigned to the extension terminals of the plug-in option (FR-A8AY or FR-A8AR). • Use the following parameters to assign functions to input terminals. Check the terminal available for each parameter. External output terminal Option output terminal (physical Terminal...
  • Page 50: Chapter 3 Parameters

    CHAPTER 3 Parameters Parameter list (by parameter number)........................50 Use of a function group number for the identification of parameters ..............73 Parameter list (by function group number) ......................75 Parameter initial value groups ..........................82...
  • Page 51: Parameter List (By Parameter Number)

    Parameters This chapter explains the function setting for use of this product. Always read the instructions before use. The following marks are used to indicate the controls. (Parameters without any mark are valid for all the controls.) Mark Control method Applied motor V/F control Advanced magnetic flux vector control...
  • Page 52  Pr.0 to Pr.99 Initial Minimum Refer Customer value Function Name Setting range setting group to page setting increments Gr.1 Gr.2 G000 Torque boost Simple Simple Simple 0% to 30% 0.1% H400 0 to 120 Hz 0.01 Hz 120 Hz Maximum frequency Simple Simple...
  • Page 53 Initial Minimum Refer Customer value Function Name Setting range setting group to page setting increments Gr.1 Gr.2 Stall prevention operation 100, H500 0% to 400% 0.1% 150% level (Torque limit level) Stall prevention operation H610 level compensation factor at 0% to 200%, 9999 0.1% 9999 double speed...
  • Page 54 Initial Minimum Refer Customer value Function Name Setting range setting group to page setting increments Gr.1 Gr.2 [E800][E800-EPB] 0, 5 to 12, 14, 17, 18, 20, 23 to 25, 32, 33, 38, 40 to 42, 44, 45, 50 to 57, 61, 62, 67, 91, Operation panel main 97, 100 M100...
  • Page 55 Initial Minimum Refer Customer value Function Name Setting range setting group to page setting increments Gr.1 Gr.2 — E600 PWM frequency selection 0 to 15 — T000 Analog input selection 0, 1, 6, 10, 11, 16 — T002 Input filter time constant 0 to 8 Reset selection/ —...
  • Page 56  Pr.100 to Pr.199 Initial Minimum Refer Customer value Function Name Setting range setting group to page setting increments Gr.1 Gr.2 PU communication station N020 0 to 31 number 48, 96, 192, 384, 576, N021 PU communication speed 768, 1152 PU communication stop bit —...
  • Page 57 Initial Minimum Refer Customer value Function Name Setting range setting group to page setting increments Gr.1 Gr.2 1 to 3, 5 to 12, 14, 17, AM terminal function 18, 21, 24, 32, 33, 50, — M301 selection [E800-4][E800-5] 52 to 54, 61, 62, 67, 70, 91, 97 User group read —...
  • Page 58 Initial Minimum Refer Customer value Function Name Setting range setting group to page setting increments Gr.1 Gr.2 0 to 5, 7, 8, 10, 12, 14 to 16, 18, 24 to 27, 30, STF/DI0 terminal function T700 37, 46, 47, 50, 51, 60, selection 62, 65 to 67, 72, 92, 9999...
  • Page 59 Initial Minimum Refer Customer value Function Name Setting range setting group to page setting increments Gr.1 Gr.2 0, 1, 3, 4, 7, 8, 11 to 16, 20, 25, 26, 34, 35, 39 to 41, 44 to 48, 57, 64, RUN terminal function M400 70, 80, 81, 90 to 93, selection...
  • Page 60 Initial Minimum Refer Customer value Function Name Setting range setting group to page setting increments Gr.1 Gr.2 Analog input display unit — M043 0, 1 switchover Cooling fan operation — H100 0, 1 selection G203 Rated slip 0% to 50%, 9999 0.01% 9999 Slip compensation time...
  • Page 61 Initial Minimum Refer Customer value Function Name Setting range setting group to page setting increments Gr.1 Gr.2 — M431 Inverter output terminal filter 5 to 50 ms, 9999 1 ms 9999 Monitor negative output 228, — M044 0, 1, 4, 5, 8, 9, 12, 13 selection A110 Automatic acceleration/...
  • Page 62  Pr.400 to Pr.499 Initial Minimum Refer Customer value Function Name Setting range setting group to page setting increments Gr.1 Gr.2 PLC function operation A800 0 to 2, 11, 12 selection Inverter operation lock mode A801 0, 1 setting Default gateway address 1 N620 [E800-E] Default gateway address 2...
  • Page 63  Pr.500 to Pr.599 Initial Minimum Refer Customer value Function Name Setting range setting group to page setting increments Gr.1 Gr.2 Stop mode selection at — N013 0 to 2, 6 communication error E710 Maintenance timer 0 (0 to 9998) Maintenance timer warning E711 0 to 9998, 9999...
  • Page 64 Initial Minimum Refer Customer value Function Name Setting range setting group to page setting increments Gr.1 Gr.2 Second motor speed control G942 0% to 200%, 9999 0.1% 9999 gain E301 Multiple rating setting 1, 2 — F103 Holding time at a start 0 to 10 s, 9999 0.1 s 9999...
  • Page 65 Initial Minimum Refer Customer value Function Name Setting range setting group to page setting increments Gr.1 Gr.2 Regeneration avoidance — G125 0% to 200% 0.1% 100% frequency gain SF-PR slip amount adjustment operation — G060 2, 4, 6, 9999 9999 selection [200 V class / 400 V class] SF-PR slip amount...
  • Page 66 Initial Minimum Refer Customer value Function Name Setting range setting group to page setting increments Gr.1 Gr.2 [E800][E800-EPB] Operation panel monitor 1 to 3, 5 to 12, 14, 17, M101 9999 selection 1 18, 20, 23 to 25, 32, 33, 38, 40 to 42, 44, 45, 50 to 57, 61, 62, 67, 91, 97, 100, 9999 Operation panel monitor...
  • Page 67 Initial Minimum Refer Customer value Function Name Setting range setting group to page setting increments Gr.1 Gr.2 G211 Speed control P gain 1 0% to 1000% G212 Speed control integral time 1 0 to 20 s 0.001 s 0.333 s T003 Speed setting filter 1 0 to 5 s, 9999...
  • Page 68 Initial Minimum Refer Customer value Function Name Setting range setting group to page setting increments Gr.1 Gr.2 Cumulative power monitor 228, M023 0 to 4, 9999 9999 digit shifted times M200 Load factor 30% to 150% 0.1% 100% Energy saving monitor Inverter rated M201 0.1 to 30 kW...
  • Page 69 Initial Minimum Refer Customer value Function Name Setting range setting group to page setting increments Gr.1 Gr.2 1020 A900 Trace operation selection 0 to 3 1, 2, 5, 10, 50, 100, 1022 A902 Sampling cycle 500, 1000 1023 A903 Number of analog channels 1 to 8 1024 A904...
  • Page 70 Initial Minimum Refer Customer value Function Name Setting range setting group to page setting increments Gr.1 Gr.2 AM output offset calibration — 1200 M390 2700 to 3300 3000 [E800-4][E800-5] Inverter identification enable/ — 1399 N649 0, 1 disable selection [E800-E] ...
  • Page 71 Initial Minimum Refer Customer value Function Name Setting range setting group to page setting increments Gr.1 Gr.2 1434 N600 Ethernet IP address 1 0 to 255 1435 N601 Ethernet IP address 2 0 to 255 1436 N602 Ethernet IP address 3 0 to 255 1437 N603...
  • Page 72 Initial Minimum Refer Customer value Function Name Setting range setting group to page setting increments Gr.1 Gr.2 Load characteristics 1480 H520 0, 1 (2 to 5, 81 to 85) measurement mode Load characteristics load 0% to 400%, 8888, 1481 H521 0.1% 9999 reference 1...
  • Page 73 Initial Minimum Refer Customer value Function Name Setting range setting group to page setting increments Gr.1 Gr.2 A630 PID display bias coefficient 0 to 500, 9999 0.01 9999 A631 PID display bias analog value 0% to 300% 0.1% A632 PID display gain coefficient 0 to 500, 9999 0.01 9999...
  • Page 74: Use Of A Function Group Number For The Identification Of Parameters

    Use of a function group number for the identification of parameters A parameter identification number shown on the PU can be switched from a parameter number to a function group number. As parameters are grouped by function and displayed by the group, the related parameters can be set continually at a time. ...
  • Page 75 Changing the setting value Turn the setting dial or press the UP/DOWN key to change the value to "60.00". Press the SET key to confirm the setting. "60.00" blinks after the setting is completed. 3. Parameters 3.2 Use of a function group number for the identification of parameters...
  • Page 76: Parameter List (By Function Group Number)

    Parameter list (by function group number)  E: Environment setting Refer Pr. group Name to page parameters Inrush current limit circuit life E701 display Parameters for the inverter operating environment. Control circuit capacitor life E702 Refer display Pr. group Name to page Main circuit capacitor life E703...
  • Page 77 Refer Refer Pr. group Name Pr. group Name to page to page Automatic acceleration/ 171, 198, F500 Second electronic thermal O/L deceleration H010 299, relay F510 Reference current Cooling fan operation Reference value at H100 F511 selection acceleration Earth (ground) fault detection Reference value at H101 F512...
  • Page 78 Refer Refer Pr. group Name Pr. group Name to page to page Upper limit warning detection Power saving rate reference H531 1488 M203 width value Lower limit warning detection M204 Power unit cost H532 1489 width Power saving monitor average M205 Upper limit fault detection time...
  • Page 79  T: Multi-function input terminal Refer Pr. group Name to page parameters T753 NET X3 input selection Parameters for the setting of the input terminals via which T754 NET X4 input selection T755 NET X5 input selection commands are given to the inverter. Refer ...
  • Page 80 Refer Refer Pr. group Name Pr. group Name to page to page 198, Automatic acceleration/ 171, A110 C203 Rated second motor current 299, deceleration Stop-on-contact control A200 299, selection C204 Rated second motor voltage Stop-on contact excitation 299, A205 current low-speed scaling C205 Rated second motor frequency factor...
  • Page 81 Refer Refer Pr. group Name Pr. group Name to page to page 299, Stop mode selection at A711 Frequency search gain N013 communication error 299, Operation frequency during A712 Second frequency search gain N014 communication error A730 Power failure stop selection PU communication station N020 number...
  • Page 82 Refer Refer Pr. group Name Pr. group Name to page to page Extended setting for Ethernet SF-PR slip amount adjustment G061 N648 1457 signal loss detection function gain [200 V class / 400 V class] selection DC injection brake operation G100 Inverter identification enable/ frequency...
  • Page 83: Parameter Initial Value Groups

    Parameter initial value groups • Initial values of parameters of the FR-E800 differ depending on the parameter initial value group. In this Instruction Manual, Gr.1 indicates the parameter initial value group 1, and Gr.2 indicates the parameter initial value group 2. •...
  • Page 84 CHAPTER 4 Control Method Changing the control method and mode.........................86 Selecting the Advanced magnetic flux vector control .....................90 Selecting the PM sensorless vector control......................92...
  • Page 85 Mitsubishi Electric standard efficiency motor (SF-JR) Mitsubishi Electric high-efficiency motor (SF-HR) Offline auto tuning is not required. Mitsubishi Electric constant-torque motor (SF-JRCA 4P / SF-HRCA) Mitsubishi Electric high-performance energy-saving motor (SF-PR) Other motors (other manufactures' motors) Offline auto tuning is required.
  • Page 86 Set the rated motor current to about 40% or higher of the inverter rated current. • Offline auto tuning is performed. Offline auto tuning is required under Real sensorless vector control even when the Mitsubishi Electric motor is used since the wiring length affects the operation.
  • Page 87 Changing the control method and mode Set the control method and the control mode. V/F control, Advanced magnetic flux vector control, Real sensorless vector control, and PM sensorless vector control are the control methods available for selection. The available control modes are speed control and torque control modes. •...
  • Page 88 • To enable the control method and the control mode selected in Pr.800 (Pr.451), the condition to start operation must be satisfied as shown in the following table. Otherwise the operation does not start due to the setting error (SE) alarm when the start signal is input.
  • Page 89 ×: Disabled (0 is displayed at any time.) Δ: A cumulative total before the test operation is displayed. —: Not available Monitoring on the Output via Monitoring on the Output via Monitor item Monitor item operation panel FM/AM operation panel FM/AM Output frequency ○...
  • Page 90 • To input the RT signal, set "3" in any parameter from Pr.178 to Pr.189 (Input terminal function selection) to assign the function. To input the X18 signal, set "18" in any parameter from Pr.178 to Pr.189 (Input terminal function selection) to assign the function.
  • Page 91 • 200/400 V class Motor Pr.71 setting Remarks SF-JR 0 (initial value) (3) SF-JR 4P 1.5 kW or lower Mitsubishi Electric standard efficiency motor Mitsubishi Electric high-efficiency motor SF-HR Others 0 (3) Offline auto tuning is required. SF-JRCA 4P SF-HRCA Mitsubishi Electric constant-torque motor Other (SF-JRC, etc.)
  • Page 92 • Select the online auto tuning (Pr.95). (Refer to page 315.) NOTE • To perform driving in a better accuracy, perform offline auto tuning, then set the online auto tuning, and select Real sensorless vector control. • Under this control, rotations are more likely to be uneven than under V/F control. (This control method is not suitable for grinder, wrapping machine, etc., which require even rotation at a low speed.) •...
  • Page 93 Selecting the PM sensorless vector control  Initializing the parameters required for the PM sensorless vector control (Pr.998) • Use PM parameter initialization to set the parameters required for driving a PM motor. • Perform offline auto tuning before setting Pr.998. (Refer to page 299.) •...
  • Page 94 • Performing Parameter clear or All parameter clear resets these parameter settings to the settings required to drive an induction motor. Setting PM motor Setting increments PM motor Induction motor (rotations per (frequency) Name minute) 0 (initial value) 8009, 0, 8109, 8009, 9009 8109, 9109 9009...
  • Page 95  Setting for the V/F control by selecting PM parameter initialization on the operation panel ("PM") • When the control method is changed from PM sensorless vector control to V/F control, all the parameter settings required to drive an induction motor are automatically set. (Refer to page 92.) The following shows the procedure to change the control method from PM sensorless vector control to V/F control by selecting...
  • Page 96 CHAPTER 5 Speed control Setting procedure of Real sensorless vector control (speed control) ..............98 Setting procedure of PM sensorless vector control (speed control) ...............99 Setting the torque limit level..........................100 Performing high-accuracy, fast-response control (gain adjustment for Real sensorless vector control and PM sen- sorless vector control)107 Avoiding motor overrunning..........................109 Troubleshooting in the speed control........................110...
  • Page 97 Speed control Refer Purpose Parameter to set to page P.H500, P.H700 to P.H704, Pr.22, Pr.801, To limit the torque during speed P.H710, P.H720, Pr.803, Pr.810 Torque limit control P.H721, P.H730, to Pr.817, P.D030, P.T040, Pr.858, Pr.874 P.G210 P.G211, P.G212, Pr.820, Pr.821, To adjust the speed control gain Speed control P gain, speed control integral time P.G311, P.G312...
  • Page 98 Speed + + control P gain 1 + [Pr. 820] Speed control integral time 1 [Pr. 821] Speed estimation Speed control + P gain 2 + [Pr. 830] Speed control integral time 2 [Pr. 831] Torque Torque limit Motor control Torque limit [Pr.
  • Page 99: Setting Procedure Of Real Sensorless Vector Control (Speed Control)

    Setting procedure of Real sensorless vector control (speed control) Sensorless Sensorless Sensorless Operating procedure Perform wiring properly. (Refer to the Instruction Manual (Connection).) Set the applied motor (Pr.71). (Refer to page 294.) Set Pr.71 Applied motor to "0" (standard motor) or "10" (constant-torque motor). Set the overheat protection of the motor (Pr.9).
  • Page 100: Setting Procedure Of Pm Sensorless Vector Control (Speed Control)

    Setting procedure of PM sensorless vector control (speed control) This inverter is set for an induction motor in the initial setting. Follow the following procedure to change the setting for the PM sensorless vector control. Operating procedure Set the applied motor (Pr.9, Pr.71, Pr.80, Pr.81, Pr.83, and Pr.84). (Refer to page 294, page...
  • Page 101: Setting The Torque Limit Level

    Setting the torque limit level Sensorless Sensorless Sensorless Limit the output torque not to exceed the specified value. The torque limit level can be set in a range of 0% to 400%. The TL signal can be used to switch between two types of torque limit.
  • Page 102 Setting Name Initial value Description range 0% to 400% Set the torque limit value during acceleration. Torque limit level during 9999 H720 acceleration 9999 The same torque limit as constant speed. 0% to 400% Set the torque limit value during deceleration. Torque limit level during 9999 H721...
  • Page 103 • To set individually for each quadrant, use Pr.812 Torque limit level (regeneration), Pr.813 Torque limit level (3rd quadrant), Pr.814 Torque limit level (4th quadrant). When "9999" is set, Pr.22 setting is regarded as torque limit level in all the quadrants. Torque limit Reverse Forward...
  • Page 104 Torque limit Forward driving Reverse regeneration Pr.805(Pr.806) Pr.805(Pr.806) quad4 quad1 RWwC RWwC Speed quad3 quad2 Pr.805(Pr.806) Pr.805(Pr.806) RWwC RWwC Reverse driving Forward regeneration Reverse rotation Forward rotation − Rated speed NOTE • For the details of the CC-Link communication, refer to the FR-A8NC Instruction Manual. For the details of the CC-Link IE TSN or CC-Link IE Field Network, refer to the Instruction Manual (Communication).
  • Page 105 • When the difference between the set speed and rotation speed is -2 Hz or less, the torque limit level during deceleration Torque limit level during deceleration (Pr.817) activates. Output frequency -2 Hz < set speed - rotation speed < 2 Hz (Hz) frequency -2 Hz...
  • Page 106 • To avoid overload or overcurrent of the inverter or motor, use Pr.801 Output limit level to limit the torque current. Pr.801 setting Description 0% to 400% Set the torque current limit level. 9999 The torque limit setting value (Pr.22, Pr.812 to Pr.817, etc.) is used for limiting the torque current. Pr.803=0 Pr.803=1 Torque...
  • Page 107 • When a high load is applied and the torque limit is activated under speed control, the motor stalls. At this time, if the rotation speed is lower than the value set in Pr.865 Low speed detection and the output torque exceeds the level set in Pr.874 OLT level setting, and this state continues for 3 seconds, Stall prevention stop (E.OLT) is activated and the inverter output is shut off.
  • Page 108: Performing High-Accuracy, Fast-Response Control

    Performing high-accuracy, fast-response control (gain adjustment for Real sensorless vector control and PM sensorless vector control) Sensorless Sensorless Sensorless Gain adjustment is useful for achieving optimum machine performance or improving unfavorable conditions, such as vibration and acoustic noise during operation with high load inertia or gear backlash. Initial Setting Name...
  • Page 109  Adjustment procedure Change the Pr.820 setting while checking the conditions. If it cannot be adjusted well, change Pr.821 setting, and perform step again. Movement / condition Adjustment method Set Pr.820 and Pr.821 higher. If acceleration is slow, raise the setting by 10% and then set the value to 80% to 90% of the Pr.820 Load inertia is too high.
  • Page 110: Avoiding Motor Overrunning

    Avoiding motor overrunning Motor overrunning due to excessive load torque can be avoided. Setting Name Initial value Description range Set the speed deviation excess detection frequency (difference between the rotation speed (estimated value) 0 to 30 Hz Speed deviation excess detection and the speed command value) at which the protective 9999 H416...
  • Page 111: Troubleshooting In The Speed Control

    Troubleshooting in the speed control Sensorless Sensorless Sensorless Condition Possible cause Countermeasure Speed command from the controller is different • Check that the speed command sent from the controller is correct. (Take EMC from the actual speed. measures.) The speed command is •...
  • Page 112 CHAPTER 6 Torque control Torque control...............................112 Setting procedure of Real sensorless vector control (torque control)..............116 Torque command..............................117 Speed limit ................................120 Torque control gain adjustment ..........................122 Troubleshooting in torque control .........................124...
  • Page 113: Torque Control

    Torque control Refer Purpose Parameter to set to page Torque command source selection or P.D400 to P.D402, P.G210, Torque command Pr.801, Pr.803 to Pr.806 torque command value setting P.H704 To prevent the motor from Speed limit P.H410 to P.H412 Pr.807 to Pr.809 overspeeding Torque control gain P.G213, P.G214, P.G313,...
  • Page 114 Analog input offset Speed limit adjustment Terminal 2 bias [C2,C3] [Pr.849] Terminal 2 gain [Pr.125, C4] Terminal 2 Terminal 4 bias [C5,C6] Analog Terminal 4 gain [Pr.126, C7] input Terminal 4 selection [Pr. 858 = 0] [Pr. 73] [Pr.822 ≠ 9999] Speed [Pr.822] setting...
  • Page 115  Operation transition Speed limit value is increased up to preset value according to the Pr.7 Speed limit value Acceleration time setting. Speed limit value is decreased down to zero according to the Pr.8 Deceleration time setting. Torque control Speed (estimated value) Speed limit Speed limit Start signal...
  • Page 116 • Speed control is performed when the speed (estimated value) exceeds the speed limit value. • At the STF signal OFF, the speed limit value is lowered in accordance with the setting of Pr.8. • Under torque control, the speed (estimated value) is a constant speed when the torque command and load torque are balanced.
  • Page 117: Setting Procedure Of Real Sensorless Vector Control (Torque Control)

    Setting procedure of Real sensorless vector control (torque control) Sensorless Sensorless Sensorless Operating procedure Perform wiring properly. (Refer to the Instruction Manual (Connection).) Make the motor setting (Pr.71). (Refer to page 294.) Set Pr.71 Applied motor to "0" (standard motor) or "10" (constant-torque motor). Set the motor overheat protection (Pr.9).
  • Page 118: Torque Command

    Torque command Sensorless Sensorless Sensorless For torque control selection, the torque command source can be selected. Initial Name Setting range Description value 0% to 400% Set the torque current limit level. Output limit level 9999 H704 9999 The torque limit setting value is used for limiting the torque current level. 0, 10 Constant motor output command Constant torque command...
  • Page 119 • Torque commands given by analog inputs can be calibrated by the calibration parameters C38 to C41. (Refer to page 278.) Torque command 150% 100% Terminal 4 analog input  Torque command given by parameter (Pr.804 = "1") • Set Pr.805 Torque command value (RAM) or Pr.806 Torque command value (RAM, EEPROM) to set the torque command value.
  • Page 120  Torque command given by 16-bit digital input (Pr.804 = "4") • Give the torque command by 12-bit or 16-bit digital input using the FR-A8AX (plug-in option). NOTE • For details of the setting using the FR-A8AX, refer to the FR-A8AX Instruction Manual. ...
  • Page 121: Speed Limit

    Speed limit Sensorless Sensorless Sensorless When operating under torque control, motor overspeeding may occur if the load torque drops to a value less than the torque command value, etc. Set the speed limit value to prevent overspeeding. If the actual speed reaches or exceeds the speed limit value, the control method switches from torque control to speed control, preventing overspeeding.
  • Page 122  Speed limit by parameters (Pr.807 = "1") • Following the polarity change in the torque command, the polarity of the speed limit value changes. This prevents the speed from increasing in the torque polarity direction. (When the torque command value is 0, the polarity of the speed limit value is positive.) •...
  • Page 123: Torque Control Gain Adjustment

    Torque control gain adjustment Sensorless Sensorless Sensorless Operation is normally stable enough in the initial setting, but some adjustments can be made if abnormal vibration, noise or overcurrent occur for the motor or machinery. Setting Name Initial value Description range Torque control P gain 1 (current loop 100% 0% to 500% Set the current loop proportional gain.
  • Page 124 If it cannot be adjusted well, change the Pr.825 setting, and perform step 1 again. Adjustment method Set Pr.824 lower and Pr.825 longer. First, lower Pr.824 and then check of there is still any abnormal vibration, noise or current from the motor. If it still requires improvement, make Pr.825 longer. Lower the setting by 10% each time and set a value that is approximately 80% to 90% of the setting Pr.824 immediately before the abnormal noise or current improves.
  • Page 125: Troubleshooting In Torque Control

    Troubleshooting in torque control Sensorless Sensorless Sensorless Condition Possible cause Countermeasure • Check the wiring. (Refer to the Instruction Manual • Motor wiring is incorrect. (Connection).) • Pr.800 Control method selection • Check the Pr.800 setting. (Refer to page 86.) is not appropriate.
  • Page 126 CHAPTER 7 (E) Environment Setting Parameters Clock..................................127 Reset selection / disconnected PU detection / PU stop selection ................128 Automatic frequency setting / key lock operation selection ..................130 Frequency change increment amount setting (standard model) ................132 RUN key rotation direction selection........................133 Multiple rating setting............................134 Parameter write selection .............................135 Password ................................137...
  • Page 127 (E) Environment Setting Parameters Refer to Purpose Parameter to set page To set the time Simple clock function P.E020 to P.E022 Pr.1006 to Pr.1008 To set a limit for the reset function. Reset selection / To shut off output if the operation panel Disconnected PU detection disconnects.
  • Page 128: Clock

    Clock The time can be set. The time can only be updated while the inverter power is ON. Name Initial value Setting range Description 1006 Clock (year) 2000 (year) Set the year. 2000 to 2099 E020 Set the month and day. 101 to 131, 201 to 228, (229), 301 to 331, 1000's and 100's digits: Month (1 (January) to 1007...
  • Page 129: Reset Selection / Disconnected Pu Detection / Pu Stop Selection

    Reset selection / disconnected PU detection / PU stop selection The reset input acceptance, disconnected PU connector detection function, and PU stop function can be selected. Initial Name Setting range Description value Reset selection/ In the initial setting, the reset command input is always enabled, disconnected PU 0 to 3, 14 to 17 the inverter operation continues even when PU is disconnected,...
  • Page 130  PU stop selection (P.E102) • The inverter operation can be stopped in any operation mode (PU, External, or Network) by pressing the STOP/RESET key on the operation panel. • When the inverter is stopped by the PU stop function, "PS" is displayed on the operation panel. However, the Fault signal is not output.
  • Page 131: 7.3 Automatic Frequency Setting / Key Lock Operation Selection

    Automatic frequency setting / key lock operation selection Turing the setting dial or pressing the UP/DOWN key on the operation panel enables frequency setting without pressing the SET key. The key operation of the operation panel can be disabled. Name Initial value Setting range Description Automatic frequency setting disabled...
  • Page 132  Disabling the setting dial and keys on the operation panel (by holding down the MODE key for 2 seconds) • Operation using the setting dial and keys of the operation panel can be disabled to prevent parameter changes, unexpected starts or frequency changes. •...
  • Page 133: Frequency Change Increment Amount Setting (Standard Model)

    Frequency change increment amount setting (standard model) When setting the set frequency with the setting dial of the operation panel, the frequency changes in 0.01 Hz increments in the initial status. Setting this parameter to increase the frequency increment amount that changes when the setting dial is rotated can improve usability.
  • Page 134: Run Key Rotation Direction Selection

    RUN key rotation direction selection The rotation direction of the motor when the RUN key on the operation panel is pressed can be selected. Setting Name Initial value Description range Forward rotation RUN key rotation direction selection E202 Reverse rotation 7.
  • Page 135: Multiple Rating Setting

    Multiple rating setting Two rating types of different rated current and permissible load can be selected. The optimal inverter rating can be selected according to the application, enabling equipment to be downsized. Setting Name Initial value Description (overload current rating, surrounding air temperature) range LD rating.
  • Page 136: Parameter Write Selection

    Parameter write selection Whether to enable the parameter write or not can be selected. Use this function to prevent parameter values from being rewritten by misoperation. Name Initial value Setting range Description Parameter write is enabled only during stop. Parameter writing is disabled. Parameter write selection E400 Parameter writing is enabled in any operation mode...
  • Page 137  Parameter write disabled (Pr.77 = "1") • Parameter write, Parameter clear, and All parameter clear are disabled. (Parameter read is enabled.) • The following parameters can be written even if Pr.77 = "1". Name Name Stall prevention operation level Password lock/unlock Reset selection/Disconnected PU detection/PU stop 496, 497...
  • Page 138: Password

    Password Registering a 4-digit password can restrict access to parameters (reading/writing). Name Initial value Setting range Description Password protection enabled. Setting the access 0 to 6, 99, 100 to (reading/writing) restriction level to parameters locked 106, 199 Password lock level 9999 with a password enables writing to Pr.297.
  • Page 139 If an invalid password is input 5 times while any of "100 to 106, or 199" is set in Pr.296, the password is locked up afterward (the locked parameters cannot be unlocked even with the valid password). All parameter clear is required to reset the password. (After All parameter clear is performed, the parameters are returned to their initial values.) Write a 4-digit number (1000 to 9998) to Pr.297 as a password (writing is disabled when Pr.296 = "9999").
  • Page 140 Pr.160 User group read selectionpage 143 Pr.550 NET mode operation command source selectionpage 185 Pr.551 PU mode operation command source selectionpage 185 7. (E) Environment Setting Parameters 7.8 Password...
  • Page 141: Free Parameter

    Free parameter Any number within the setting range of 0 to 9999 can be input. For example, these numbers can be used: • As a unit number when multiple units are used. • As a pattern number for each operation application when multiple units are used. •...
  • Page 142: Setting Multiple Parameters By Batch

    7.10 Setting multiple parameters by batch The setting of particular parameters is changed by batch, such as communication parameters for connection with the Mitsubishi Electric human machine interface (GOT), the parameters for the rated frequency (50/60 Hz) setting, or the parameters for acceleration/deceleration time increment.
  • Page 143  Initial setting with the GOT2000 series • When "FREQROL 500/700/800, SENSORLESS SERVO" is selected for "Controller Type" in the GOT setting, set Pr.999 = "10" to configure the GOT initial setting. • When "FREQROL 800 (Automatic Negotiation)" is selected for "Controller Type" in the GOT setting, the GOT automatic connection can be used.
  • Page 144: Extended Parameter Display And User Group Function

    7.11 Extended parameter display and user group function Use this parameter to select a group of parameters to be displayed on the operation panel. Name Initial value Setting range Description 9999 Only simple mode parameters are displayed. User group read Displays simple mode and extended parameters.
  • Page 145  Registering a parameter in a user group (Pr.173) • To register Pr.3 in a user group Operating procedure Power ON Make sure the motor is stopped. Changing the operation mode Press the PU/EXT key to choose the PU operation mode. The PU LED turns ON. Selecting the parameter setting mode Press the MODE key to choose the parameter setting mode.
  • Page 146  Clearing a parameter from a user group (Pr.174) • To delete Pr.3 from a user group. Operating procedure Power ON Make sure the motor is stopped. Changing the operation mode Press the PU/EXT key to choose the PU operation mode. The PU LED turns ON. Selecting the parameter setting mode Press the MODE key to choose the parameter setting mode.
  • Page 147: Pwm Carrier Frequency And Soft-Pwm Control

    7.12 PWM carrier frequency and Soft-PWM control The motor sound can be changed. Initial Name Setting range Description value The PWM carrier frequency can be changed. The setting value PWM frequency selection 0 to 15 represents the frequency in kHz. Note that "0" indicates 0.7 kHz, E600 "15"...
  • Page 148 NOTE • Reducing the PWM carrier frequency is effective as a countermeasure against EMI from the inverter or for reducing leakage current, but doing so increases the motor noise. • When the PWM carrier frequency is set to 1 kHz or lower (Pr.72 ≤ 1), the increase in the harmonic current causes the fast- response current limit to activate before the stall prevention operation, which may result in torque shortage.
  • Page 149: Inverter Parts Life Display

    7.13 Inverter parts life display The degree of deterioration of the control circuit capacitor, main circuit capacitor, cooling fan, and inrush current limit circuit can be diagnosed on the monitor. When a part approaches the end of its life, an alarm can be output by self diagnosis to prevent a fault.
  • Page 150 • When the parts have reached the life alarm output level, the corresponding bits of Pr.255 turns ON. The ON/OFF state of the bits can be checked with Pr.255. The following table shows examples. Pr.255 bit 9 bit 8 bit 7 bit 6 bit 5 bit 4...
  • Page 151 Check that "3" (measurement complete) is set in Pr.259, read Pr.258, and check the deterioration degree of the main circuit capacitor. Pr.259 Description Remarks No measurement Initial value Start measurement Measurement starts when the power supply is switched OFF. During measurement Measurement complete Only displayed and cannot be set.
  • Page 152 • The remaining life of the main circuit capacitor is calculated from the energization time and the inverter output power (100% = Start of service life). When the remaining life of the main circuit capacitor falls below 10%, bit 5 of Pr.255 Life alarm status display turns ON and a warning is output by the Y90 signal.
  • Page 153: Maintenance Timer Alarm

    7.14 Maintenance timer alarm The Maintenance timer (Y95) signal is output when the inverter's cumulative energization time reaches the time period set with the parameter. "MT" is displayed on the operation panel. This can be used as a guideline for the maintenance time of peripheral devices.
  • Page 154: Current Average Value Monitor Signal

    7.15 Current average value monitor signal The output current average value during constant-speed operation and the maintenance timer value are output to the Current average monitor (Y93) signal as a pulse. The output pulse width can be used in a device such as the I/O unit of a programmable controller as a guideline for the maintenance time for mechanical wear, belt stretching, or deterioration of devices with age.
  • Page 155  Pr.555 Current average time setting • The output current average is calculated during start pulse (1 second) HIGH output. Set the time for calculating the average current during start pulse output in Pr.555.  Pr.557 Current average value monitor signal output reference current setting Set the reference (100%) for outputting the output current average value signal.
  • Page 156 NOTE • Masking of the data output and sampling of the output current are not performed during acceleration/deceleration. • If constant speed changes to acceleration or deceleration during start pulse output, it is judged as invalid data, and HIGH output in 3.5 seconds intervals is performed for the start pulse and LOW output in 16.5 seconds intervals is performed for the end signal.
  • Page 157 MEMO 7. (E) Environment Setting Parameters 7.15 Current average value monitor signal...
  • Page 158 CHAPTER 8 (F) Settings for Acceleration/ Deceleration Setting the acceleration and deceleration time.....................158 Acceleration/deceleration pattern .........................163 Remote setting function ............................165 Starting frequency and start-time hold function ....................169 Minimum motor speed frequency at the motor start up ..................170 Shortest acceleration/deceleration (automatic acceleration/deceleration) ............171...
  • Page 159: Setting The Acceleration And Deceleration Time

    (F) Settings for Acceleration/Deceleration Purpose Parameter to set Refer to page P.F000 to P.F003, Pr.7, Pr.8, Pr.16, P.F010, P.F011, Pr.20, Pr.21, Pr.44, To set the motor acceleration/ Acceleration/deceleration P.F020 to P.F022, Pr.45, Pr.147, deceleration time time P.F040, P.F070, Pr.611, Pr.791, P.F071, P.G264 Pr.792, Pr.1103 To set the acceleration/deceleration...
  • Page 160 For the acceleration time at automatic restart after instantaneous power failure, refer to Pr.611 Acceleration time at a restart (page 351, page 356). Initial value Name Setting range Description Gr.1 Gr.2 Set the frequency that is the basis of acceleration/ Acceleration/deceleration deceleration time.
  • Page 161  Control block diagram Output frequency 10% of the rated motor frequency JOG-ON Acceleration time (Pr.16) Output frequency Pr.147 deceleration time (or Pr.147= “9999” ) RT-OFF Acceleration and deceleration time JOG-OFF (Pr.7, Pr.8) Output frequency Pr.147 Second acceleration and deceleration time (Pr.44, Pr.45) RT-ON Acceleration and...
  • Page 162  Changing the minimum increment of the acceleration/deceleration time (Pr.21) • Use Pr.21 to set the minimum increment of the acceleration/deceleration time. Setting value "0" (initial value): minimum increment 0.1 s Setting value "1": minimum increment 0.01 s • Pr.21 setting allows the minimum increment of the following parameters to be changed. Pr.7, Pr.8, Pr.16, Pr.44, Pr.45, Pr.791, Pr.792, Pr.1103 NOTE •...
  • Page 163  Setting the acceleration/deceleration time in the low-speed range (Pr.791, Pr.792) • If torque is required in the low-speed range (less than 10% of the rated motor frequency) under PM sensorless vector control, set the Pr.791 Acceleration time in the low-speed range and Pr.792 Deceleration time in low-speed range settings higher than the Pr.7 Acceleration time and Pr.8 Deceleration time settings so that the mild acceleration/ deceleration is performed in the low-speed range.
  • Page 164: Acceleration/Deceleration Pattern

    Acceleration/deceleration pattern The acceleration/deceleration pattern can be set according to the application. Initial Name Setting range Description value Linear acceleration/deceleration Acceleration/deceleration pattern S-pattern acceleration/deceleration A F100 selection S-pattern acceleration/deceleration B  Linear acceleration/deceleration (Pr.29 = "0" (initial value)) • When the frequency is changed for acceleration, deceleration, etc. during inverter operation, the output frequency is changed linearly (linear acceleration/deceleration) to reach the set frequency without straining the motor and inverter.
  • Page 165  S-pattern acceleration/deceleration B (Pr.29 = "2") • This is useful for preventing collapsing stacks such as on a conveyor. S-pattern acceleration/deceleration B can reduce the impact during acceleration/deceleration by accelerating/decelerating while maintaining an S-pattern from the present frequency (f2) to the target frequency (f1). [S-pattern acceleration /deceleration B] Time...
  • Page 166: Remote Setting Function

    Remote setting function Even if the operation panel is located away from the enclosure, contact signals can be used to perform continuous variable- speed operation, without using analog signals. Description Initial Setting Name RH, RM, RL signal Frequency setting Deceleration to the value range function...
  • Page 167  Acceleration/deceleration operation • The output frequency changes as follows when the set frequency is changed by the remote setting function. Frequency Time setting Description Set frequency Pr.44/Pr.45 The set frequency increases/decreases by remote setting according to the Pr.44/Pr.45 setting. Output frequency Pr.7/Pr.8 The output frequency increases/decreases by the set frequency according to the Pr.7/Pr.8 setting.
  • Page 168 NOTE • When switching the start signal from ON to OFF, or changing frequency by the RH or RM signal frequently, set the frequency setting value storage function (write to EEPROM) invalid (Pr.59 = "2, 3, 12, 13"). If the frequency setting value storage function is valid (Pr.59 = "1, 11"), the frequency is written to EEPROM frequently, and this will shorten the life of the EEPROM.
  • Page 169 • When the remotely-set frequency is cleared by turning ON the clear (RL) signal after turning OFF (ON) both the RH and RM signals, the inverter operates at the frequency in the remotely-set frequency cleared state if power is reapplied before one minute has elapsed since turning OFF (ON) both the RH and RM signals.
  • Page 170: Starting Frequency And Start-Time Hold Function

    Starting frequency and start-time hold function Magnetic flux Sensorless Sensorless Sensorless Magnetic flux Magnetic flux It is possible to set the starting frequency and hold the set starting frequency for a certain period of time. Set these functions when a starting torque is needed or the motor drive at start needs smoothing. Name Initial value Setting range...
  • Page 171: Minimum Motor Speed Frequency At The Motor Start Up

    Minimum motor speed frequency at the motor start Set the frequency where the PM motor starts running. Set the deadband in the low-speed range to eliminate noise and offset deviation when setting a frequency with analog input. Name Initial value Setting range Description Minimum frequency /...
  • Page 172: Shortest Acceleration/Deceleration (Automatic Acceleration/Deceleration)

    Shortest acceleration/deceleration (automatic acceleration/deceleration) Magnetic flux Magnetic flux Magnetic flux Sensorless Sensorless Sensorless The inverter can be operated with the same conditions as when the appropriate value is set to each parameter even when acceleration/deceleration time and V/F pattern are not set. This function is useful for operating the inverter without setting detailed parameters.
  • Page 173 NOTE • Even if automatic acceleration/deceleration has been selected, inputting the JOG signal (JOG operation) or RT signal (Second function selection) during an inverter stop switches to the normal operation and give priority to JOG operation or second function selection. Note that during operation, an input of JOG and RT signal does not have any influence even when the automatic acceleration/deceleration is enabled.
  • Page 174 CHAPTER 9 (D) Operation Command and Frequency Command Operation mode selection.............................174 Startup of the inverter in Network operation mode at power-ON................184 Start command source and frequency command source during communication operation .........185 Reverse rotation prevention selection ........................193 JOG operation ..............................194 Operation by multi-speed setting ..........................195...
  • Page 175: Operation Mode Selection

    (D) Operation Command and Frequency Command Refer to Purpose Parameter to set page To select the operation mode Operation mode selection P.D000 Pr.79 To start up the inverter in Network operation Communication startup P.D000, P.D001 Pr.79, Pr.340 mode at power-ON mode selection Operation and speed command sources during...
  • Page 176 LED indicator Pr.79 Refer to Description : OFF setting page : ON PU operation mode External operation PU/EXT key selection of the operation mode. The inverter operation mode can be selected by mode 0 (initial pressing the PU/EXT key. value) At power ON, the inverter is in the External operation mode.
  • Page 177 • The operation mode can be selected from the operation panel or with the communication instruction code. PU operation mode PU operation mode Personal computer Personal computer Operation panel Operation panel PU operation mode PU operation mode PU operation mode PU operation mode PU operation mode PU operation mode...
  • Page 178  Operation mode switching method External operation When "0, 1, or 2" is set in Pr. 340 Switching with the PU Switching through the network Press Switch to External operation mode through the PU to light Press Switch to the Network operation the network.
  • Page 179  Operation mode selection flow Referring to the following table, select the basic parameter settings or terminal wiring related to the operation mode. Method to give Operation method Method to give frequency setting Parameter setting start command Start command Frequency setting command External signals (input via terminal 2 or 4, using the...
  • Page 180 • When parameter changing is seldom necessary, setting "2" fixes the operation mode to the External operation mode. When frequent parameter changing is necessary, setting "0" (initial value) allows the operation mode to be changed easily to the PU operation mode by pressing the PU/EXT key on the operation panel. After switching to the PU operation mode, always return to the External operation mode.
  • Page 181 • Set "4" in Pr.79. The mode cannot be changed to other operation modes. Inverter Operation panel Frequency setting potentiometer Potentiometer  Operation mode switchover during operation (Pr.79 = "6") • During operation, the inverter operation mode can be switched from among the PU, External, and Network (Network operation mode is selectable via RS-485 communication or Ethernet communication, or when a communication option is used).
  • Page 182 • Functions/operations by X12 (MRS) signal ON/OFF Operating status Operation Switching to PU or X12 (MRS) signal Operating status Operation mode NET operation mode Status mode During stop Disabled ON→OFF If frequency and start commands are given PU/NET from external source, the inverter runs by External During Disabled...
  • Page 183  Switching the operation mode by external signals (X65, X66 signals) • When Pr.79 = "0, 2 or 6", the PU operation mode and External operation modes can be changed to the Network operation mode during a stop (during motor stop, start command OFF) by the PU/NET operation switchover (X65) signal, or the External/NET operation switchover (X66) signal.
  • Page 184 NOTE • The priority of Pr.79 and Pr.340 and signals is as follows: Pr.79 > X12 > X66 > X65 > X16 > Pr.340. • Changing the terminal assignment using Pr.178 to Pr.184 (Input terminal function selection) may affect the other functions. Set parameters after confirming the function of each terminal.
  • Page 185: Startup Of The Inverter In Network Operation Mode At Power-On

    Startup of the inverter in Network operation mode at power-ON When power is switched ON or when power comes back ON after an instantaneous power failure, the inverter can be started up in the Network operation mode. After the inverter starts up in the Network operation mode, parameter writing and operation can be commanded from programs. Set this mode when performing communication operation using the RS-485 terminals or a communication option.
  • Page 186: Start Command Source And Frequency Command Source During Communication Operation

    Start command source and frequency command source during communication operation The start and frequency commands can be given via communication using the external signals. The command source in the PU operation mode can also be selected. Initial Setting Name Description value range Communication...
  • Page 187 NOTE • The PU operation mode has a higher priority when Pr.550 = "2" (NET mode using the PU connector) and Pr.551 = "2" (PU mode using the PU connector). For this reason, if the communication option is not mounted, switching to the Network operation mode is no longer possible.
  • Page 188 If the communication option is not installed, switching to the NET operation mode is not possible. When Pr.551 = "9999", the priority of the PU control source is defined as follows: USB connector > PU connector / Ethernet connector > operation panel.
  • Page 189  Controllability through communication Controllability in each operation mode Combined Combined operation Command Condition Item External operation operation (when the interface operation operation operation mode 1 mode 2 PU/Ethernet (via option) (Pr.79 = "3") (Pr.79 = "4") connector is used) Operation command ○...
  • Page 190 Controllability in each operation mode Combined Combined operation Command Condition Item External operation operation (when the interface operation operation operation mode 1 mode 2 PU/Ethernet (via option) (Pr.79 = "3") (Pr.79 = "4") connector is used) Operation command ○ × ×...
  • Page 191 Some parameters are write-enabled independently of the operation mode and command source presence/absence. Writing is also enabled when Pr.77 = "2". (Refer to page 135.) Parameter clear is disabled. At occurrence of communication error, the inverter cannot be reset. The inverter can be reset by using the multi-speed operation function and analog input (terminal 4). ...
  • Page 192 • The following table shows the command interface for each function in the Network operation mode, determined by the parameter settings: an external terminal or a communication interface (PU connector, Ethernet connector, or communication option). Pr.338 Communication operation command source 0: NET 1: EXT Remarks...
  • Page 193 NOTE • The communication interface selection is determined by the setting of Pr.550 and Pr.551. • The settings of Pr.338 and Pr.339 can be changed during operation when Pr.77 = "2". Note that the changed setting is applied after the inverter has stopped. Until the inverter has stopped, the previous setting of the interface for the operation command and the speed command in the Network operation mode is valid.
  • Page 194: Reverse Rotation Prevention Selection

    Reverse rotation prevention selection This function can prevent reverse rotation fault resulting from the incorrect input of the start signal. Name Initial value Setting range Description Both forward and reverse rotations allowed Reverse rotation Reverse rotation disabled D020 prevention selection Forward rotation disabled •...
  • Page 195: Jog Operation

    JOG operation The frequency and acceleration/deceleration time for JOG operation can be set. JOG operation can be used for conveyor positioning, test operation, etc. Initial Name Setting range Description value Jog frequency 5 Hz 0 to 590 Hz Set the frequency for JOG operation. D200 Set the motor acceleration/deceleration time during JOG operation.
  • Page 196: Operation By Multi-Speed Setting

    Operation by multi-speed setting Use these parameters to change among pre-set operation speeds with the terminals. The speeds are pre-set with parameters. Any speed can be selected by simply turning ON/OFF the contact signals (RH, RM, RL, and REX signals). Initial value Name Setting range...
  • Page 197  Multi-speed setting for 4th speed or more (Pr.24 to Pr.27, Pr.232 to Pr.239) • The frequency from 4th speed to 15th speed can be set according to the combination of the RH, RM, RL, and REX signals. Set the frequencies in Pr.24 to Pr.27, Pr.232 to Pr.239. (In the initial status, 4th to 15th speeds are invalid.) •...
  • Page 198 CHAPTER 10 (H) Protective Function Parameters 10.1 Motor overheat protection (electronic thermal O/L relay) ..................198 10.2 Cooling fan operation selection ..........................203 10.3 Earth (ground) fault detection at start ........................204 10.4 Inverter output fault detection enable/disable selection..................205 10.5 Initiating a protective function ..........................206 10.6 I/O phase loss protection selection........................207 10.7...
  • Page 199: Motor Overheat Protection (Electronic Thermal O/L Relay)

    (H) Protective Function Parameters Purpose Parameter to set Refer to page To protect the motor from overheating Electronic thermal O/L relay P.H000, P.H010 Pr.9, Pr.51 Cooling fan operation To extend the life of the cooling fan P.H100 Pr.244 selection Earth (ground) fault detection To detect an earth (ground) fault at start P.H101 Pr.249...
  • Page 200 The % value denotes the percentage to the rated inverter current. It is not the percentage to the rated motor current. When the electronic thermal relay function dedicated to the Mitsubishi Electric constant-torque motor is set, this characteristic curve applies to operation at 6 Hz or higher.
  • Page 201 • Operational characteristic of the electronic thermal relay function 2000r/min (133.33Hz) or lower 3000r/min (200Hz) 2000r/min (133.33Hz) or lower 3000r/min (200Hz) Range for the transistor protection 80 100 120 140 160 200 220 240 260 280 300 Current [%] Protective function activated area: the area right of the characteristic curve Normal operation area: the area left of the characteristic curve The % value denotes the percentage to the rated motor current.
  • Page 202 • While the RT signal is ON, the setting values of Pr.51 is referred to provide thermal protection. (While the RT signal is ON, the setting values of Pr.9 is referred to provide thermal protection under PM sensorless vector control.) RT signal OFF RT signal ON Pr.450...
  • Page 203 • To input the OH signal, set "7" in any parameter from Pr.178 to Pr.189 (Input terminal function selection) to assign the function. NOTE • Changing the terminal assignment using Pr.178 to Pr.189 (Input terminal function selection) may affect the other functions. Set parameters after confirming the function of each terminal.
  • Page 204: Cooling Fan Operation Selection

    10.2 Cooling fan operation selection A cooling fan is built into the inverter can be controlled. Name Initial value Setting range Description Cooling fan ON/OFF control disabled. (The cooling fan is always ON at power ON.) A cooling fan operates at power ON. Cooling fan Cooling fan ON/OFF control enabled.
  • Page 205: Earth (Ground) Fault Detection At Start

    10.3 Earth (ground) fault detection at start Select whether to make earth (ground) fault detection at start. When enabled, earth (ground) fault detection is performed immediately after a start signal input to the inverter. Initial value Name Setting range Description Gr.1 Gr.2 Earth (ground) fault detection at start...
  • Page 206: Inverter Output Fault Detection Enable/Disable Selection

    10.4 Inverter output fault detection enable/disable selection Faults occurred on the output side (load side) of the inverter (inverter output fault (E.10)) can be detected during operation. Name Initial value Setting range Description Output fault detection disabled Inverter output fault detection H182 enable/disable selection Output fault detection enabled...
  • Page 207: Initiating A Protective Function

    10.5 Initiating a protective function A fault (protective function) is initiated by setting the parameter. This function can be used to check how the system operates at activation of a protective function. Name Initial value Setting range Description The setting range is the same with the one for fault data codes of the 16 to 253 inverter (which can be read through communication).
  • Page 208: I/O Phase Loss Protection Selection

    10.6 I/O phase loss protection selection The output phase loss protection function, which stops the inverter output if one of the three phases (U, V, W) on the inverter's output side (load side) is lost, can be disabled. The input phase loss protective function on the inverter input side (R/L1, S/L2, T/L3) can be disabled. Name Initial value Setting range...
  • Page 209: Retry Function

    10.7 Retry function This function allows the inverter to reset itself and restart at activation of the protective function (fault indication). The retry generating protective functions can also be selected. When the automatic restart after instantaneous power failure function is selected (Pr.57 Restart coasting time ≠ "9999"), the restart operation is also performed after a retry operation as well as after an instantaneous power failure.
  • Page 210 • Writing "0" in Pr.69 clears the cumulative count. Retry success Pr. 68 × 4 Pr.68 (If it is below 3.1s, 3.1s is set.) Pr.68 Pr.68 Pr.68 Inverter Inverter output output frequency frequency Time Time Retry start First Second Third Success count + 1 retry retry...
  • Page 211 CAUTION • When the retry function is set enabled, stay away from the motor and machine in the case of an output shutoff. The motor and machine will start suddenly (after the reset time has elapsed) after the shutoff. When the retry function has been selected, apply the CAUTION sticker(s), which are found in the Inverter Safety Guideline enclosed with the inverter, to easily visible places.
  • Page 212: Limiting The Output Frequency (Maximum/Minimum Frequency)

    10.8 Limiting the output frequency (maximum/minimum frequency) Motor speed can be limited. Clamp the upper and lower limits of the output frequency. Name Initial value Setting range Description Maximum frequency 120 Hz 0 to 120 Hz Set the upper limit of the output frequency. H400 Minimum frequency 0 Hz...
  • Page 213: Avoiding Machine Resonance Points (Frequency Jump)

    10.9 Avoiding machine resonance points (frequency jump) When it is desired to avoid resonance attributable to the natural frequency of a mechanical system, these parameters allow resonant frequencies to be jumped. Name Initial value Setting range Description Frequency jump 1A H420 Frequency jump 1B H421...
  • Page 214 NOTE • During acceleration/deceleration, the frequency within the set area is valid. • If the setting ranges of individual groups (1A and 1B, 2A and 2B, 3A and 3B) overlap, Parameter write error (Er1) occurs. • If a jump frequency that exceeds the setting of Pr.1 (Pr.18) Maximum frequency is set for the 3-point frequency jump, the maximum frequency setting is the set frequency.
  • Page 215: Stall Prevention Operation

    10.10 Stall prevention operation Magnetic flux Magnetic flux Magnetic flux This function monitors the output current and automatically changes the output frequency to prevent the inverter from shutting off due to overcurrent, overvoltage, etc. It can also limit the stall prevention and fast-response current limit operation during acceleration/deceleration and power/regenerative driving.
  • Page 216  Setting of stall prevention operation level (Pr.22) • For Pr.22 Stall prevention operation level, set the ratio Output current of the output current to the inverter's rated current at which Pr.22 the stall prevention operation is activated. Normally, use this parameter in the initial setting.
  • Page 217  Disabling the stall prevention operation and fast-response current limit according to operating conditions (Pr.156) • Referring to the following table, enable/disable the stall prevention operation and the fast-response current limit operation, and also set the operation at OL signal output. Stall prevention operation selection Fast-response Operation during...
  • Page 218  Adjusting the stall prevention operation signal and output timing (OL signal, Pr.157) • If the output current exceeds the stall prevention operation level and stall prevention is activated, or the fast-response current limit is enabled, Overload warning (OL) signal turns ON for 100 ms or more. The output signal turns OFF when the output current falls to the stall prevention operation level or less.
  • Page 219  Protecting equipment and limiting the load by the torque limit (Pr.277) • Set Pr.277 Stall prevention operation current switchover = "1" to enable the torque limit. • If the output torque (current equivalent to the torque) exceeds the stall prevention operation level, the output torque is limited by adjusting the output frequency.
  • Page 220: Load Characteristics Fault Detection

    10.11 Load characteristics fault detection This function is used to monitor whether the load is operating in normal condition by storing the speed/torque relationship in the inverter to detect mechanical faults or for maintenance. When the load operating condition deviates from the normal range, the protective function is activated or the warning is output to protect the inverter or the motor.
  • Page 221 • Use Pr.1486 Load characteristics maximum frequency and Pr.1487 Load characteristics minimum frequency to set the output frequency range for load fault detection. Upper limit warning detection width Load status (Pr.1488) Upper limit fault detection width (Pr.1490) Load reference 5 (Pr.1485) Lower limit fault detection width (Pr.1491) Lower limit warning detection width...
  • Page 222 • Setting "8888" in Pr.1481 to Pr.1485 enables fine adjustment of load characteristics. When setting Pr.1481 to Pr.1485 = "8888" during operation, the load status at that point is set in the parameter (only when the set frequency is within ±2 Hz of the frequency of the measurement point, and the SU signal is ON).
  • Page 223  Setting example • The load characteristics are calculated from the parameter setting and the output frequency. • A setting example is as follows. The reference value is linearly interpolated from the parameter settings. For example, the reference when the output frequency is 30 Hz is 26%, which is linearly interpolated from values of the reference 2 and the reference 3.
  • Page 224 • To prevent the repetitive on/off operation of the signal due to load fluctuation near the detection range, Pr.1492 Load status detection signal delay time / load reference measurement waiting time can be used to set the delay time. Even when a fault is detected out of the detection range once, the warning is not output if the characteristics value returns to the normal range from a fault state within the output delay time.
  • Page 225: Motor Overspeeding Detection

    10.12 Motor overspeeding detection Sensorless Sensorless Sensorless The Overspeed occurrence (E.OS) is activated when the motor speed exceeds the overspeed detection level. This function prevents the motor from accidentally speeding over the specified value, due to an error in parameter setting, etc. Name Initial value Setting range...
  • Page 226 CHAPTER 11 (M) Item and Output Signal for Monitoring 11.1 Speed indication and its setting change to rotations per minute ................226 11.2 Monitor item selection on operation panel or via communication .................228 11.3 Monitor display selection for terminals FM and AM ....................237 11.4 Adjustment of terminal FM and terminal AM......................241 11.5...
  • Page 227: 11.1 Speed Indication And Its Setting Change To Rotations Per Minute

    (M) Item and Output Signal for Monitoring Purpose Parameter to set Refer to page To display the motor speed (the number of rotations per minute). Speed indication and its P.M000, P.M001, To switch the unit of measure to set setting change to rotations Pr.37, Pr.53, Pr.505 P.M003 the operation speed from frequency...
  • Page 228  Displayed unit switchover (Pr.37, Pr.53, and Pr.505) • The rotation speed or machine speed can be displayed for monitoring or used for parameter setting instead of the frequency by using Pr.53. • To display the machine speed, set Pr.37 to the value which corresponds to the speed of machine operated at the frequency set in Pr.505.
  • Page 229: Monitor Item Selection On Operation Panel Or Via Communication

    11.2 Monitor item selection on operation panel or via communication The monitor item to be displayed on the operation panel can be selected. Name Initial value Setting range Description 0, 5 to 12, 14, 17, 18, 20, 23 to 25, 32, 33, 38, Select the monitor item to be displayed on the operation Operation panel main 0 (output...
  • Page 230  Monitor item list (Pr.52, Pr.774 to Pr.776, Pr.992) • Use Pr.52, Pr.774 to Pr.776, or Pr.992 to select the monitor item to be displayed on the operation panel. • Refer to the following table to find the setting value for each monitoring. The value in the Pr. setting column is set in each of the parameters for monitoring (Pr.52, Pr.774 to Pr.776, and Pr.992) to determine the monitor item.
  • Page 231 Communication Negative Increment Monitor item indication Description Monitor Monitor and unit setting code 1 code 2 PLC function user The user-designated monitor item is displayed using 40240 monitor 1 the PLC function. Increment Each value of the following special registers is PLC function user 40241 set in the...
  • Page 232 Communication Negative Increment Monitor item indication Description Monitor Monitor and unit setting code 1 code 2 32-bit cumulative 1 kWh — 40277 energy (lower 16 bits) 32-bit cumulative 1 kWh — 40278 The upper or lower 16 bits of the 32-bit cumulative energy (upper 16 bits) energy is displayed on each indication.
  • Page 233 • The monitor displayed at power ON is the first monitor (the output frequency monitor, according to the initial value). Display the monitor you want to display on the first monitor and hold down the SET key for 1 second. To return to the output frequency monitor, display the output frequency monitor and hold down the SET key for 1 second.
  • Page 234  Monitoring I/O terminals on the operation panel (Pr.52, Pr.774 to Pr.776, Pr.992) • When Pr.52 (Pr.774 to Pr.776, Pr.992) = "55 to 57", the I/O terminal state can be monitored on the operation panel. • When a terminal is ON, the corresponding LED segment is ON. The center LED segments are always ON. Pr.52, Pr.774 to Pr.776, Monitor item Monitor description...
  • Page 235  Monitoring and resetting cumulative power (Pr.170, Pr.891) • When the cumulative power is monitored (Pr.52 = "25"), the output power monitor value is added up and is updated in 100 ms increments. • The values are stored in EEPROM every 10 minutes. The values are also stored in EEPROM at power OFF or inverter reset.
  • Page 236 NOTE • The actual operation time does not increase if the cumulative running time before power OFF is less than an hour. • Once "0" is set in Pr.171, the setting of Pr.171 is always turned to "9999" afterwards. Setting "9999" does not clear the actual operation time meter.
  • Page 237 Parameters referred to Pr.53 Frequency / rotation speed unit switchoverpage 226 Pr.55 Frequency monitoring reference, Pr.56 Current monitoring reference, Pr.866 Torque monitoring referencepage 237 11. (M) Item and Output Signal for Monitoring 11.2 Monitor item selection on operation panel or via communication...
  • Page 238: Monitor Display Selection For Terminals Fm And Am

    11.3 Monitor display selection for terminals FM and AM For the standard model, monitored values are output in either of the following: analog voltage (terminal AM) in the AM type inverters (FR-E800-4 and FR-E800-5) or pulse train (terminal FM) in the FM type inverter (FR-E800-1). The signal (monitor item) to be output to terminal FM and terminal AM can be selected.
  • Page 239 Pr.54 (FM), Increment and Terminal FM/AM Negative Monitor item Pr.158 (AM) Remarks unit full-scale value output setting Brake duty decided Regenerative brake duty 0.1% by Pr.30, Pr.70. Electronic thermal O/L Electronic thermal O/ 0.1% relay load factor L relay (100%) Output current peak 0.01 A Pr.56...
  • Page 240 2400 1440 60Hz Output frequency 590Hz (initial value) Setting range of Pr.55 • Enter the full-scale value of the meter corresponding to a voltage of 10 VDC output via terminal AM. Enter the current value (for example, 60 Hz or 120 Hz) at full scale of the meter (10 VDC voltmeter) installed between terminal AM and terminal 5.
  • Page 241 FM output circuit Inverter 2.2K 3.3K Indicator 1mA full-scale (Digital indicator) analog meter 1440 pulses/s(+) Calibration resistor 8VDC Pulse width T1: Adjust using calibration parameter C0 Pulse cycle T2: Set with Pr.55 (frequency monitor) Set with Pr.56 (current monitor) Not required when calibrating with operation panel. Use a calibration resistor when the indicator (frequency meter) needs to be calibrated by a neighboring device because the indicator is located far from the inverter.
  • Page 242: Adjustment Of Terminal Fm And Terminal Am

    11.4 Adjustment of terminal FM and terminal AM By using the operation panel, you can adjust (calibrate) terminal FM and terminal AM to full-scale deflection. Name Initial value Setting range Description FM terminal calibration — — Calibrates the scale of the meter connected to terminal FM. M310 Calibrates the scale of the analog meter connected to terminal AM terminal calibration...
  • Page 243 NOTE • When outputting an item such as the output current, which cannot reach a 100% value easily by operation, set Pr.54 to "21" (reference voltage output) and calibrate. A pulse train of 1440 pulses/s are output via terminal FM. •...
  • Page 244  Terminal AM calibration (C1) (AM type only) • Terminal AM is initially set to provide a 10 VDC output in the full-scale state of the corresponding monitor item. The calibration parameter C1 AM terminal calibration allows the output voltage ratio (gains) to be adjusted according to the meter scale.
  • Page 245: Energy Saving Monitoring

    11.5 Energy saving monitoring From the power consumption estimated value during commercial power supply operation, the energy saving effect by use of the inverter can be monitored and output. Name Initial value Setting range Description Operation panel main 0 (output M100 monitor selection frequency)
  • Page 246  Energy saving monitoring list • The items in the energy saving effect monitoring (items which can be monitored when "50" is set in Pr.52, Pr.54, Pr.158, Pr.774 to Pr.776, and Pr.992) are listed below. (The items which can be monitored via terminal FM (Pr.54 setting) and via terminal AM (Pr.158 setting) are limited to [1 Power saving] and [3 Average power saving].) Parameter setting Energy saving...
  • Page 247 • The items in the cumulative energy saving monitoring (items which can be monitored when "51" is set in Pr.52, Pr.774 to Pr.776, and Pr.992) are listed below. (The digit of the cumulative energy saving monitored value can be moved to the right according to the setting of Pr.891 Cumulative power monitor digit shifted times.) Parameter setting Energy saving...
  • Page 248 • When the setting of Pr.897 is changed, when the inverter is powered ON, or when the inverter is reset, the averaging is restarted. The Energy saving average value updated timing (Y92) signal is inverted every time the averaging is restarted. When Pr.897=4 [Hr] Power is off...
  • Page 249  Estimated input power for the commercial power supply operation (Pr.892, Pr.893, Pr.894) • Select the pattern of the commercial power supply operation from among four patterns (discharge damper control (fan), suction damper control (fan), valve control (pump) and commercial power drive), and set it in Pr.894 Control selection during commercial power-supply operation.
  • Page 250 NOTE • Setting example for operation time rate: In the case where the average operation time per day is about 21 hours and the average operation days per month is 16 days. Annual operation time = 21 (h/day) × 16 (days/month) × 12 (months) = 4032 (h/year) 4032 (h/year) ×...
  • Page 251: Output Terminal Function Selection

    11.6 Output terminal function selection Use the following parameters to change the functions of the open collector output terminals and relay output terminals. Initial Name Signal name Setting range value RUN terminal 0, 1, 3, 4, 7, 8, 11 to 16, 20, 25, 26, 34, 35, 39 to RUN (Inverter running) M400 function selection...
  • Page 252 • The signals can be output via communication, or assigned to the extension terminals of the plug-in option (FR-A8AY or FR-A8AR). External output terminal Option output terminal (physical Terminal Output via (physical terminal) terminal) name communication FR-E800 FR-E800-E FR-A8AY FR-A8AR ○...
  • Page 253 Setting Signal Related Function Operation Refer to page Positive Negative name parameter logic logic Output when the input value is lower than PID lower limit the lower limit set for the PID control operation. Pr.127 to Output when the input value is higher than Pr.134, Pr.575 PID upper limit the upper limit set for the PID control...
  • Page 254 Setting Signal Related Function Operation Refer to page Positive Negative name parameter logic logic Switches between ON and OFF every time the average energy saving is updated during Pr.52, Pr.54, Energy saving average the energy saving monitoring. This signal Pr.158, Pr.891 value updated timing cannot be assigned to any of the relay to Pr.899...
  • Page 255 NOTE • When Pr.157 OL signal output timer is set for the Overload warning (OL) signal output, the OL signal is output after the time period calculated by adding the Pr.289 setting to the Pr.157 setting elapsed. • The signal output for the PLC function (see page 364) and the remote output signal via BACnet communication are not affected by the Pr.289 setting (not filtered for responsivity).
  • Page 256 • The Inverter running and start command ON (RUN3) signal is ON while the inverter is running or while the start command signal is ON. • The RUN2 and RUN3 signals are also ON when the start command signal is ON or during zero speed control with the speed command value 0.
  • Page 257 • The ALM signal is assigned to the terminals A, B, and C in the initial status. Inverter fault occurrence (trip) Time ON OFF ON OFF Reset processing (about 1s) Reset ON NOTE • For details of the inverter faults, refer to the Instruction Manual (Maintenance). ...
  • Page 258: Output Frequency Detection

    11.7 Output frequency detection If the inverter output frequency which reaches a specific value is detected, the relative signal is output. Initial value Setting Name Description range Gr.1 Gr.2 Up-to-frequency 0% to 100% Set the level where the SU signal turns ON. M441 sensitivity Output frequency...
  • Page 259 • When Pr.43 ≠ "9999", the Pr.42 setting is for the forward rotation operation and the Pr.43 setting is for the reverse rotation operation. Forward rotation Pr.42 Pr.43 Time (Hz) Reverse Output rotation signal FU/FB • To use each signal, set the corresponding number selected from the following table in any parameter from Pr.190 to Pr.196 (Output terminal function selection) to assign the function to an output terminal.
  • Page 260 NOTE • All signals are OFF during the DC injection brake operation and during tuning at start-up. • The reference frequency in comparison with the set frequency differs depending on the control method. Reference frequency Control method or function FB, SU, LS V/F control Output frequency Output frequency...
  • Page 261: Output Current Detection Function

    11.8 Output current detection function If the inverter output current which reaches a specific value is detected, the relative signal is output via an output terminal. Initial Name Setting range Description value Output current detection Set the level to detect the output current. Consider the value of 150% 0% to 400% M460...
  • Page 262 • If the inverter output current drops to zero, slippage due to gravity may occur, especially in a lift application, because the motor torque is not generated. To prevent this, the Y13 signal can be output from the inverter to apply the mechanical brake at zero current output.
  • Page 263: Output Torque Detection Function

    11.9 Output torque detection function Magnetic flux Sensorless Sensorless Sensorless Magnetic flux Magnetic flux If the motor torque which reaches a specific value is detected, the relative signal is output. The signal is useful for applying or releasing electromagnetic brake, etc. Name Initial value Setting range...
  • Page 264: Remote Output Function

    11.10 Remote output function The signal can be turned ON or OFF via the output terminal on the inverter as if the terminal is the remote output terminal for a programmable controller. Setting Name Initial value Description range Remote output data is cleared when the inverter power is turned OFF.
  • Page 265 • When Pr.495 = "10 or 11", the remote output data in the signal before the reset is stored even during an inverter reset. ON/OFF example for positive logic Inverter reset time Pr.495 = 0, 10 Pr.495 = 1, 11 (about 1s) Power Power...
  • Page 266 CHAPTER 12 (T) Multi-Function Input Terminal Parameters 12.1 Analog input selection............................266 12.2 Analog input terminal (terminal 4) function assignment..................270 12.3 Response level of analog input and noise elimination..................271 12.4 Frequency setting voltage (current) bias and gain....................273 12.5 Torque (magnetic flux) setting current (voltage) bias and gain................278 12.6 Input terminal function selection ...........................283 12.7...
  • Page 267: Analog Input Selection

    (T) Multi-Function Input Terminal Parameters Refer to Purpose Parameter to set page To inverse the rotation direction with the voltage/current analog input selection Analog input selection P.T000, P.T001 Pr.73, Pr.267 (terminals 2 and 4) To assign functions to analog input Terminal 4 function assignment P.T040 Pr.858 terminals...
  • Page 268  Analog input specification selection • For terminals 2 and 4 used for analog input, the voltage input (0 to 5 V, 0 to 10 V) and current input (0 to 20 mA) are selectable. To change the input specification, change the setting of Pr.73 (Pr.267) and the voltage/current input selection switch (switch 2 or switch 4).
  • Page 269 NOTE • To enable terminal 4, turn ON the AU signal. • Set the parameters and the switch settings so that they agree. Incorrect setting may cause a fault, failure, or malfunction. • Use Pr.125 (Pr.126) (frequency setting gain) to change the maximum output frequency at the input of the maximum output frequency command voltage (current).
  • Page 270 • Set "6 or 16" in Pr.73 and set the voltage/current input selection switch to I in order to input current through terminal 2. In this case, the AU signal does not need to be turned ON. Inverter Forward Voltage/current rotation input switch 4 to 20mADC...
  • Page 271: Analog Input Terminal (Terminal 4) Function Assignment

    12.2 Analog input terminal (terminal 4) function assignment The analog input terminal 4 function can be set and changed with parameters. Initial Name Setting range Description value Terminal 4 function 0, 4, 9999 Select the terminal 4 function. T040 assignment •...
  • Page 272: Response Level Of Analog Input And Noise Elimination

    12.3 Response level of analog input and noise elimination The response level and stability of frequency command / torque command using the analog input signal (terminal 2 or 4) can be adjusted. Name Initial value Setting range Description Set the primary delay filter time constant to the analog input Input filter time constant 0 to 8 command.
  • Page 273  Analog speed command input time constant (Pr.822, Pr.832) • Use Pr.822 Speed setting filter 1 to set the primary delay filter time constant to the external speed command (analog input command). Increase the setting of the time constant to allow delays in follow-up of the speed command or when the analog input voltage is unstable.
  • Page 274: Frequency Setting Voltage (Current) Bias And Gain

    12.4 Frequency setting voltage (current) bias and gain The magnitude (slope) of the output frequency can be set as desired in relation to the frequency setting signal (0 to 5 VDC, 0 to 10 VDC, or 4 to 20 mA). Use Pr.73 Analog input selection (Pr.267 Terminal 4 input selection) and the voltage/current input selection switch to switch among input of 0 to 5 VDC, 0 to 10 V, and 0 to 20 mA.
  • Page 275 • Use Pr.126 to set the output frequency to the 20 mA input of the frequency command current (4 to 20 mA). Initial value Initial value 60Hz 60Hz (50Hz) (50Hz) Gain Gain Pr.126 Pr.125 Bias Bias 100% 100% 20mA Frequency setting signal Frequency setting signal 20mA •...
  • Page 276  Frequency setting voltage (current) bias/gain adjustment method  Adjustment by applying voltage (current) between terminals 2 and 5 (4 and 5) to set the voltage (current) at the bias/gain frequency (Example of adjustment at the gain frequency) Operating procedure Turning ON the power of the inverter The operation panel is in the monitor mode.
  • Page 277  Adjustment by selecting the voltage (current) at the bias/gain frequency without applying voltage (current) between terminals 2 and 5 (4 and 5) (Example of adjustment at the gain frequency) Operating procedure Turning ON the power of the inverter The operation panel is in the monitor mode. Changing the operation mode Press the PU/EXT key to choose the PU operation mode.
  • Page 278  Adjustment by changing the frequency without adjusting the voltage (current) (Example of changing the gain frequency from 60 Hz to 50 Hz) Operating procedure Selecting the parameter Turn the setting dial or press the UP/DOWN key until "P.125" (Pr.125) appears for terminal 2, or "P.126" (Pr.126) for terminal 4.
  • Page 279: Torque (Magnetic Flux) Setting Current (Voltage) Bias And Gain

    12.5 Torque (magnetic flux) setting current (voltage) bias and gain Sensorless Sensorless Sensorless The magnitude (slope) of the torque can be set as desired in relation to the torque setting signal (0 to 5 VDC, 0 to 10 VDC, or 4 to 20 mA).
  • Page 280 • Use C40 to set the torque to the 20 mA input of the torque command current (4 to 20 mA). Gain Bias Initial value 100% 20mA Torque setting signal Calibration example of terminal 4 • There are three methods to adjust the bias/gain for torque setting current (voltage). Adjustment by applying current (voltage) between terminals 4 and 5 to set the current (voltage) at the bias/gain torque.
  • Page 281 Displaying analog current (voltage) value Press the SET key to display the analog current (voltage) value (%) currently applied to terminal 4. Do not touch the setting dial and UP/DOWN key until calibration is completed. Applying current (voltage) Apply a 20 mA (5 V). (Turn the external potentiometer connected between terminals 4 and 5 to a desired position.) Setting completed Press the SET key to confirm the setting.
  • Page 282  Adjustment by selecting the current (voltage) at the bias/gain torque without applying current (voltage) between terminals 4 and 5 Operating procedure Turning ON the power of the inverter The operation panel is in the monitor mode. Changing the operation mode Press the PU/EXT key to choose the PU operation mode.
  • Page 283  Adjustment by changing the torque without adjusting the current (voltage) (Example of changing the gain torque from 150% to 130%) Operating procedure Selecting the parameter Turn the setting dial or press the UP/DOWN key until "C40" appears. Press the SET key to show the present set value. (150.0%) Torque setting change Turn the setting dial or press the UP/DOWN key to change the value to "130.0".
  • Page 284: Input Terminal Function Selection

    12.6 Input terminal function selection Use the following parameters to select or change the input terminal functions. Initial Name Initial signal Setting range value STF/DI0 terminal 0 to 5, 7, 8, 10, 12, 14 to 16, 18, 24 to 27, 30, 37, STF (Forward rotation command) T700 function selection...
  • Page 285  Input signal list • Refer to the following table and set the parameters. Signal Refer to Setting Function Related parameter name page Pr.4 to Pr.6, Pr.24 to Pr.27, Pr.59 = "0" (initial value) Low-speed operation command Pr.232 to Pr.239 Remote setting (setting clear) Pr.59 Pr.59 ≠...
  • Page 286 NOTE • The same function can be assigned to two or more terminals. In this case, the logic of terminal input is OR. • The priorities of the speed commands are defined as follows: JOG > multi-speed setting (RH, RM, RL, REX) > PID (X14). •...
  • Page 287  Adjusting the response of input terminals (Pr.699) • Response of the input terminals (physical terminals) can be delayed in a range between 5 to 50 ms. (The following is the operation example of the STF signal.) Time Pr.699 9999 Pr.699 Pr.699 NOTE...
  • Page 288: Inverter Output Shutoff

    12.7 Inverter output shutoff The inverter output can be shut off with the MRS signal. The logic of the MRS signal can also be selected. Description Initial Name Setting range value MRS signal input X10 signal input Normally open input Normally open input Normally closed input (NC contact input specification)
  • Page 289  Assigning a different action for each MRS signal input via communication and external terminal (Pr.17 = "4 or 5") • When Pr.17 = "4 or 5", the MRS signal input from an external terminal is normally closed (NC contact), and the MRS signal input from communication is normally open (NO contact).
  • Page 290: Selecting The Condition To Activate The Second Function Selection (Rt) Signal

    12.8 Selecting the condition to activate the Second function selection (RT) signal The second function can be selected using the RT signal. • Turning ON the Second function selection (RT) signal enables the second functions. For the RT signal, set "3" in any parameter from Pr.178 to Pr.189 (Input terminal function selection) to assign the function.
  • Page 291 NOTE • Changing the terminal assignment using Pr.178 to Pr.189 (Input terminal function selection) may affect the other functions. Set parameters after confirming the function of each terminal. Parameters referred to Pr.178 to Pr.189 (Input terminal function selection)page 283 12. (T) Multi-Function Input Terminal Parameters 12.8 Selecting the condition to activate the Second function selection (RT) signal...
  • Page 292: Start Signal Operation Selection

    12.9 Start signal operation selection Operation of the start signal (STF/STR) can be selected. Select the stopping method (deceleration stop or coasting) at turn-OFF of the start signal. Use this function to stop a motor with a mechanical brake at turn-OFF of the start signal. Description Name Initial value...
  • Page 293  3-wire type (STF signal, STR signal, STP (STOP) signal) • The following figure shows the 3-wire type connection. • The self-holding function is enabled when the STP (STOP) signal is turned ON. In such case, the forward/reverse signal is simply used as a start signal. (The STP (STOP) signal can be input via an external terminal only.) •...
  • Page 294 CHAPTER 13 (C) Motor Constant Parameters 13.1 Applied motor................................294 13.2 Offline auto tuning..............................299 13.3 Offline auto tuning for a PM motor (motor constant tuning)..................308 13.4 Online auto tuning..............................315...
  • Page 295: Applied Motor

    (C) Motor Constant Parameters Purpose Parameter to set Refer to page To select the motor to be used Applied motor P.C100, P.C200 Pr.71, Pr.450 P.C100 to P.C105, P.C107, P.C108, Pr.9, Pr.51, Pr.71, P.C110, P.C120 to Pr.80 to Pr.84, Pr.90 to P.C126, P.C182, Pr.94, Pr.96, Pr.453 to To maximize the performance of the...
  • Page 296 ○ JRCA) • 0 to 500 A, 9999 (0.01 A) Pr.90 (Pr.458), Pr.91 (Pr.459) Mitsubishi Electric standard efficiency ○ • 0 to 50 Ω, 9999 (0.001 Ω) motor (SF-JR 4P 1.5 kW or lower) Pr.92 (Pr.460), Pr.93 (Pr.461) (Induction motor) Mitsubishi Electric high-efficiency ○...
  • Page 297  Motor settings (575 V class) • Refer to the following list and set the parameters according to the applied motor. Electronic thermal O/L relay function Motor constant value range when performing Pr.71 Pr.450 Motor offline auto tuning (increment) Constant- Standard torque Pr.82 (Pr.455), Pr.859 (Pr.860)
  • Page 298 Function RT signal ON (second motor) RT signal OFF (first motor) Electronic thermal O/L relay Pr.51 Pr.9 Applied motor Pr.450 Pr.71 Control method selection Pr.451 Pr.800 Motor capacity Pr.453 Pr.80 Number of motor poles Pr.454 Pr.81 Motor excitation current Pr.455 Pr.82 Rated motor voltage Pr.456...
  • Page 299 Pr.12 value (%) after automatic Inverter Pr.0 value (%) after automatic change change SF-PR Constant Constant- Standard Standard -torque torque SF-PR Pr.81 ≠ "2, 4, Pr.81 = Pr.81 = Pr.81 = motor motor FR-E820-[] FR-E840-[] motor motor 6" "2" "4" "6"...
  • Page 300: Offline Auto Tuning

    Motor inertia 9999 10 to 999, 9999 Set the motor inertia. C107 (integer) 9999: The constant value of Mitsubishi Electric motor (SF-PR, Motor inertia SF-JR, SF-HR, SF-JRCA, SF-HRCA and so on) is used. 9999 0 to 7, 9999 C108 (exponent)
  • Page 301 9999 10 to 999, 9999 Set the inertia of the second motor. C207 inertia (integer) 9999: The constant value of Mitsubishi Electric motor (SF-PR, Second motor SF-JR, SF-HR, SF-JRCA, SF-HRCA and so on) is used. 9999 0 to 7, 9999...
  • Page 302 Electric standard efficiency motors (SF-JR 0.2 kW or higher), high-efficiency motors (SF-HR 0.2 kW or higher), Mitsubishi Electric constant-torque motors (SF-JRCA 4P, SF-HRCA 0.2 kW to 7.5 kW), or Mitsubishi Electric high-performance energy- serving motor (SF-PR), such as an induction motor of other manufacturers or SF-JRC, or with a long wiring length (30 m or longer).
  • Page 303 %, parameter internal Ω, mΩ, and A unit setting and A unit setting data setting SF-JR 0 (initial value) — Mitsubishi Electric standard SF-JR 4P 1.5 kW or lower — efficiency motor Mitsubishi Electric high- SF-HR — efficiency motor...
  • Page 304 NOTE • Satisfy the required inverter start conditions to start offline auto tuning. For example, stop the input of the MRS signal. • To force tuning to end, use the MRS or RES signal or the STOP/RESET key on the operation panel. (Turning OFF the start signal (STF signal or STR signal) also ends tuning.) •...
  • Page 305 • Set Pr.71 as follows. Motor Pr.71 setting SF-JR 0 (initial value) Mitsubishi Electric standard efficiency motor SF-JR 4P 1.5 kW or lower Mitsubishi Electric high-efficiency motor SF-HR SF-JRCA 4P Mitsubishi Electric constant-torque motor SF-HRCA...
  • Page 306 2 NOTE • If "9999" is set in the motor constant parameters, tuning data will be invalid and the constant values for Mitsubishi Electric motors (SF-PR, SF-JR, SF-HR, SF-JRCA, SF-HRCA and so on) are used.  Changing the motor constants (when setting motor constants in the internal data of the inverter) •...
  • Page 307 When "2516" is displayed for Pr.90, set 2642 (2516 × 1.05 = 2641.8) in Pr.90. • If "9999" is set in the motor constant parameters, tuning data will be invalid and the constant values for Mitsubishi Electric motors (SF-PR, SF-JR, SF-HR, SF-JRCA, SF-HRCA and so on) are used.
  • Page 308  Tuning the second motor • When one inverter switches the operation between two different motors, set the second motor in Pr.450 Second applied motor. (Refer to page 294.) In the initial setting, no second motor is applied. • Turning ON the RT signal enables the parameter settings for the second motor as follows. For the RT signal, set "3" in any parameter from Pr.178 to Pr.189 (Input terminal function selection) to assign the function.
  • Page 309: Offline Auto Tuning For A Pm Motor (Motor Constant Tuning)

    13.3 Offline auto tuning for a PM motor (motor constant tuning) The offline auto tuning enables the optimal operation of a PM motor. • Automatic measurement of motor constants (offline auto tuning) enables optimal operation of motors for PM sensorless vector control even when motor constants vary or when the wiring distance is long.
  • Page 310 Initial Name Setting range Description value Motor Ld decay ratio 9999 0% to 100%, 9999 C131 Motor Lq decay ratio 9999 0% to 100%, 9999 C132 Tuning data (The value measured by offline auto tuning is automatically set.) Starting resistance tuning 9999 0% to 200%, 9999 9999: Inverter internal data is used.
  • Page 311 Initial Name Setting range Description value Second motor Ld decay 9999 0% to 100%, 9999 C231 ratio Second motor Lq decay 9999 0% to 100%, 9999 Tuning data of the second motor. C232 ratio (The value measured by offline auto tuning is automatically Second motor starting set.) resistance tuning...
  • Page 312 • For tuning accuracy improvement, set the following parameters when the motor constants are known in advance. First motor Second Name Setting motor Pr. Maximum motor frequency Maximum motor frequency (Hz) Motor inertia (integer) Motor inertia Motor inertia (exponent) Jm = Pr.707 × 10^(-Pr.724) (kg·m Motor protection current level Maximum current level of the motor (%) The setting is valid only when a value other than "9999"...
  • Page 313 NOTE • The motor constants measured once during offline auto tuning are stored as parameters and their data are held until offline auto tuning is performed again. However, the tuning data is cleared when performing All parameter clear. • Changing Pr.71 after tuning completion will change the motor constant. For example, if the Pr.71 setting is changed to "8093" after tuned with Pr.71 = "8090", the tuning data become invalid.
  • Page 314  Changing the motor constants (when setting motor constants in units of Ω, mH, or A) • Set Pr.71 as follows. Motor Pr.71 setting IPM motor 8090 SPM motor 9090 • Set desired values as the motor constant parameters. First Second Setting Name...
  • Page 315 NOTE • As the motor constants measured in the offline auto tuning have been converted into internal data (****), refer to the following setting example when making setting. (The value displayed has been converted into a value for internal use. Therefore, simple addition of a value to the displayed value does not bring the desired effect.) Setting example: to slightly increase the Pr.90 value (5%) When "2516"...
  • Page 316: Online Auto Tuning

    13.4 Online auto tuning Magnetic flux Magnetic flux Magnetic flux Sensorless Sensorless Sensorless If online auto tuning is selected under Advanced magnetic flux vector control or Real sensorless vector control, favorable torque accuracy is retained by adjusting temperature even when the resistance value varies due to increase in the motor temperature. Name Initial value Setting range...
  • Page 317 NOTE • To perform the online auto tuning at startup for a lift, consider using a brake sequence function for the brake opening timing at a start. The tuning takes about 500 ms at the most after starting. However, during this time, it is possible that not enough torque is provided and caution is required to prevent the object from dropping.
  • Page 318 Pr.71 Applied motorpage 294 Pr.80 Motor capacitypage page 299, page 308 Pr.81 Number of motor polespage page 299, page 308 Pr.96 Auto tuning setting/statuspage 299, page 308 Pr.178 to Pr.189 (Input terminal function selection)page 283 Pr.190 to Pr.196 (Output terminal function selection)page 250 Pr.800 Control method selectionpage 86...
  • Page 319 MEMO 13. (C) Motor Constant Parameters 13.4 Online auto tuning...
  • Page 320 CHAPTER 14 (A) Application Parameters 14.1 Brake sequence function ............................320 14.2 Stop-on-contact control............................324 14.3 Traverse function ..............................327 14.4 PID control ................................329 14.5 Calibration of PID display .............................342 14.6 Dancer control ..............................344 14.7 Automatic restart after instantaneous power failure / flying start with an induction motor ........351 14.8 Automatic restart after instantaneous power failure / flying start with a PM motor ..........356 14.9...
  • Page 321: Brake Sequence Function

    (A) Application Parameters Refer to Purpose Parameter to set page To stop the motor with a mechanical P.A100 to P.A105, Pr.278 to Pr.283, Pr.292, brake (operation timing of mechanical Brake sequence function P.F500, P.A108, Pr.639, Pr.640 brake) P.A109 To stop the motor with a mechanical P.A200, P.A205, brake (vibration control at stop-on- Stop-on-contact control...
  • Page 322 Initial Setting Name Description value range Set the mechanical delay time until braking eases. When Pr.292 = "8", Brake operation time at start 0.3 s 0 to 5 s set the value calculated by adding approx. 0.1 to 0.2 s to the A103 mechanical delay time until braking eases.
  • Page 323 • Under Real sensorless vector control, use Pr.640 Brake operation frequency selection to select whether the frequency command or the actual motor speed (estimated value) is used as a reference for brake closing operation. If the brake operation timing is different from the motor speed because of the load, set Pr.640 = "1 (brake operation with the actual motor speed (estimated value))".
  • Page 324 • When the inverter decelerates to the frequency set to Pr.282 Brake operation frequency during deceleration, the inverter turns OFF the brake opening request signal (BOF) and decelerates further to the frequency set in Pr.278. And after the time set in Pr.283 Brake operation time at stop passes, the inverter decelerates again. The inverter output is shut off when the frequency reaches Pr.13 Starting frequency setting or 0.5 Hz, whichever is lower.
  • Page 325: Stop-On-Contact Control

    14.2 Stop-on-contact control Magnetic flux Magnetic flux Magnetic flux Sensorless Sensorless Sensorless To ensure accurate positioning at the upper limit, etc. of a lift, stop-on-contact control causes the mechanical brake to close while the motor creates a holding torque to keep the load in contact with a mechanical stopper, etc. This function suppresses vibration that is likely to occur when the load is stopped upon contact in lift applications, thereby ensuring reliable and highly accurate positioning stop.
  • Page 326  Setting the stop-on-contact control • Make sure that the inverter is in External or Network operation mode. (Refer to page 174.) • Select either Real sensorless vector control (speed control) or Advanced magnetic flux vector control. • Set "1 or 11" in Pr.270 Stop-on-contact control selection. •...
  • Page 327 Input signal Input signal Stop-on-contact Stop-on-contact frequency control frequency control Pr.4 Pr.15 Pr.5 Pr.15 Pr.6 Pr.6 Enabled Pr.15 Pr.15 Pr.15 Pr.26 Pr.6 Enabled Pr.25 Pr.15 Pr.4 Pr.26 Pr.15 Pr.27 Pr.24 Pr.15 Pr.5 Pr.15 Pr.15 Pr.15 Pr.6 Enabled Pr.15 Pr.15 Pr.6 Enabled Pr.15 Pr.15...
  • Page 328: Traverse Function

    14.3 Traverse function The traverse operation, which oscillates the frequency at a constant cycle, is available. Name Initial value Setting range Description Traverse function invalid Traverse function valid only in External operation Traverse function mode A300 selection Traverse function valid regardless of the operation mode Maximum amplitude 0% to 25%...
  • Page 329 NOTE • If the set frequency (f0) and traverse operation parameters (Pr.593 to Pr.597) are changed during traverse operation, this is applied in operations after the output frequency reaches f0 before the change was made. • If the output frequency exceeds Pr.1 Maximum frequency or Pr.2 Minimum frequency during traverse operation, the output frequency is clamped at the maximum/minimum frequency when the set pattern exceeds the maximum/minimum frequency.
  • Page 330: Pid Control

    14.4 PID control Process control such as flow rate, air volume or pressure are possible on the inverter. A feedback system can be configured and PID control can be performed with the set point and feed back values set by analog input signals (terminals 2 and 4) or using parameter values given via communication or by the PLC function.
  • Page 331 Name Initial value Setting range Description The measured value is input through terminal 2. The measured value is input through terminal 4. PID measured value A625 input selection The measured value is input via communication. The measured value is input by the PLC function. The integral stops when the manipulated amount is limited.
  • Page 332 (Note) PD action is the result of P and D actions being added together.  PID action PID action is a combination of PI and PD action, which enables control that incorporates the respective strengths of these actions. Set point Deviation Measured value P action...
  • Page 333  Connection diagram • Sink logic Inverter MCCB Pump • Pr.128 = "20" Motor R/L1 • Pr.182 = "14" Power supply S/L2 T/L3 • Pr.190 = "15" Forward • Pr.191 = "14" rotation • Pr.192 = "16" Reverse rotation 2-wire type PID control RH(X14) 3-wire...
  • Page 334 • Switch the power voltage/current specifications of terminals 2 and 4 by Pr.73 Analog input selection or Pr.267 Terminal 4 input selection to match the specification of the input device. After changing the Pr.73 or Pr.267 settings, check the voltage/current input selection switch. Incorrect setting may cause a fault, failure, or malfunction. (Refer to page 266 the setting.) Pr.128...
  • Page 335 • The following shows the relationship between the input values of the analog input terminals and set point, measured value and deviation. (Calibration parameter initial values) Relationship with analog input Input Input terminal Calibration parameter specification Set point Result Deviation 0 V = 0% 0 V = 0% 0 V = 0%...
  • Page 336 The item in the parentheses can be always monitored by the measured value monitor. Input value is "0" when the PLC function is disabled. PID control is disabled when bit 0 of SD1255 is "0". The measured value is input via the external terminal set in Pr.610. •...
  • Page 337 • When Pr.127 PID control automatic switchover frequency is set, the startup is made without PID control until the output frequency reaches the Pr.127 setting. Once the PID control starts, the PID control is continued even if the output frequency drops to Pr.127 setting or lower.
  • Page 338 • For the terminal used for the SLEEP signal, set "70" (positive logic) or "170" (negative logic) in any parameter from Pr.190 to Pr.196 (Output terminal function selection). When Pr.554="0 to 7", reverse operation (Pr.128="10") Deviation Cancel Pr.577 - 1000% level Output frequency Pr.576...
  • Page 339 NOTE • While the integral stop is selected, the integral stop is enabled when any of the following conditions is met. Integral stop conditions • The frequency reaches the upper or lower limit. • The manipulated amount reaches plus or minus 100% (Pr.1015 = "0"). •...
  • Page 340  Calibration example (Adjust room temperature to 25°C by PID control using a detector that outputs 4 mA at 0°C and 20 mA at 50°C.) Start Set the room temperature to 25°C. Determination of set point Determine the set point of what is desired to be adjusted.
  • Page 341 NOTE • When the set point is set at Pr.133, the setting frequency of C2 is equivalent to 0% and the setting frequency of Pr.125 is equivalent to 100%. • Measured value input calibration Apply the input (for example, 4 mA) of measured value 0% across terminals 4 and 5. Perform calibration by C6.
  • Page 342 Pr.73 Analog input selectionpage 266 Pr.79 Operation mode selectionpage 174 Pr.178 to Pr.189 (Input terminal function selection)page 283 Pr.190 to Pr.196 (Output terminal function selection)page 250 Pr.290 Monitor negative output selectionpage 237 C2 to C7 Frequency setting voltage (current) bias/gainpage 273 14.
  • Page 343: Calibration Of Pid Display

    14.5 Calibration of PID display When the operation panel is used, the display unit of parameters and monitor items related to PID control can be changed to various units. Setting Name Initial value Description range Set the coefficient of the bias side (minimum) of measured value 0 to 500 input.
  • Page 344 • Take caution when the following condition is satisfied because the inverter recognizes the deviation value as a negative (positive) value even though a positive (negative) deviation is given: C42 (PID bias coefficient) > C44 (PID gain coefficient). To perform a reverse action, set Pr.128 PID action selection to forward action. Alternatively, to perform a forward action, set Pr.128 to reverse action.
  • Page 345: Dancer Control

    14.6 Dancer control PID control is performed using detected dancer roll position as feedback data. The dancer roll is controlled to be at a designated position. Name Initial value Setting range Description Set the acceleration/deceleration time during dancer control. Second acceleration/ In dancer control, this parameter becomes the acceleration/deceleration 0 to 3600 s F020...
  • Page 346  Block diagram of dancer control Acceleration/deceleration of main speed Main speed command Target frequency Ratio PID deviation Acceleration/ Limit deceleration Pr.128 = 42, 43 PID control Dancer roll setting point Kp(1+ +Td S) Ti S Pr.128 = 40, 41 Pr.133 PID feedback PID set point...
  • Page 347  Connection diagram • Sink logic Inverter MCCB • Pr.128 = "41" Motor R/L1 • Pr.182 = "14" Power supply S/L2 T/L3 • Pr.193 = "14" • Pr.194 = "15" Forward rotation • Pr.133 = Set point Reverse rotation RH(X14) PID control selection (FUP)FU Upper limit...
  • Page 348  Selection of set point/measured value input method (Pr.609, Pr.610) • Select the set point input method by Pr.609 PID set point/deviation input selection and the measured value input method by Pr.610 PID measured value input selection. Switch the power voltage/current specifications of terminals 2 and 4 by Pr.73 Analog input selection or Pr.267 Terminal 4 input selection to match the specification of the input device.
  • Page 349 NOTE • Even if C4 is set to other than 100%, the frequency setting signal is treated as 100%. • Even if C3 is set to other than 0%, the frequency setting signal is treated as 0%. • If C2 is set to other than 0 Hz, the frequency setting signal is 0% at the C2 frequency setting or below. ...
  • Page 350 • The priority of main speed command sources when "3" is set to Pr.79 Operation mode selection is as follows: Multi-speed setting signal (RL/RM/RH/REX) > frequency setting (digital setting by PU or operation panel) • Even if the remote operation function is selected by Pr.59 Remote function selection ≠ "0", compensation of the remote setting frequency against the main speed is ignored.
  • Page 351 Pr.73 Analog input selectionpage 266 Pr.79 Operation mode selectionpage 174 Pr.178 to Pr.189 (Input terminal function selection)page 283 Pr.190 to Pr.196 (Output terminal function selection)page 250 C2 to C7 Frequency setting voltage (current) bias/gainpage 273 14. (A) Application Parameters 14.6 Dancer control...
  • Page 352: Automatic Restart After Instantaneous Power Failure / Flying Start With An Induction Motor

    14.7 Automatic restart after instantaneous power failure / flying start with an induction motor Magnetic flux Magnetic flux Magnetic flux Sensorless Sensorless Sensorless The inverter can be restarted without stopping the motor operation in the following situations: • When an instantaneous power failure occurs during inverter running •...
  • Page 353 • The encoder also detects the rotation direction so that the inverter can re-start smoothly even during the reverse rotation. • Whether or not to detect the rotation direction can be selected by Pr.299 Rotation direction detection selection at restarting. If the motor capacity is different from the inverter capacity, set Pr.299 = "0" (no rotation direction detection). •...
  • Page 354  Restart operation without frequency search (Pr.162 = "1 or 11") • When Pr.162 = "1 or 11", reduced voltage start is used for the restart operation. In this method, the voltage is raised gradually while keeping the output frequency level at the level before an instantaneous power failure, regardless of the motor's coasting speed.
  • Page 355 • To enable restart operation, set "0" to Pr.57 Restart coasting time. If "0" is set to Pr.57, the coasting time is automatically set to the following number of seconds. Generally, this setting does not interfere with inverter operation. Inverter Voltage Coasting time (s) class...
  • Page 356 Pr.78 Reverse rotation prevention selectionpage 193 Pr.178 to Pr.189 (Input terminal function selection)page 283 14. (A) Application Parameters 14.7 Automatic restart after instantaneous power failure / flying start with an induction motor...
  • Page 357: 14.8 Automatic Restart After Instantaneous Power Failure / Flying Start With A Pm Motor

    14.8 Automatic restart after instantaneous power failure / flying start with a PM motor The inverter can be restarted without stopping the motor operation. When the automatic restart after instantaneous power failure function is selected, the motor driving is resumed in the following situations: •...
  • Page 358 • Inverter operation is sometimes hindered by the size of the moment of inertia (J) of the load or the output frequency. Adjust this coasting time within the range 0.1 to 30 seconds to match the load specification.  Adjustment of restart operation (Pr.611) •...
  • Page 359: Offline Auto Tuning For A Frequency Search

    0 to 32767 frequency search. Frequency search gain 9999 A711 The constant value of Mitsubishi Electric motor (SF-PR, SF-JR, SF- 9999 HR, SF-JRCA, SF-HRCA and so on) is used. The offline auto tuning automatically sets the gain required for the 0 to 32767 frequency search of the second motor.
  • Page 360 Set Pr.71 Applied motor according to the motor to be used. Motor Pr.71 setting SF-JR 0 (3) SF-JR 4P 1.5 kW or lower 20 (23) Mitsubishi Electric standard efficiency motor Mitsubishi Electric high-efficiency motor SF-HR 40 (43) Others 0 (3) SF-JRCA 4P...
  • Page 361 • During tuning, the monitor is displayed on the operation panel as follows. Status Operation panel indication Setting Tuning in progress Blinking Normal end • When offline auto tuning ends, press the STOP/RESET key on the operation panel during PU operation. For External operation, turn OFF the start signal (STF signal or STR signal).
  • Page 362 • Turning ON the RT signal enables the parameter settings for the second motor as shown in the following table. Function RT signal ON (second motor) RT signal OFF (first motor) Motor constant (R1) Pr.458 Pr.90 Frequency search gain Pr.560 Pr.298 Auto tuning setting/status Pr.463...
  • Page 363: 14.10 Power Failure Time Deceleration-To-Stop Function

    14.10 Power failure time deceleration-to-stop function Magnetic flux Sensorless Sensorless Sensorless Magnetic flux Magnetic flux This is a function to decelerate the motor to a stop when an instantaneous power failure or undervoltage occurs. Initial Setting Name Description value range The inverter output is shut off at an undervoltage or when a power failure occurs.
  • Page 364  Continuous operation function at instantaneous power failure (Pr.261 = "2") • The motor re-accelerates to the set frequency when the power restores during the deceleration triggered by a power failure. If the power is restored after stoppage by a power failure, a restart operation is performed when automatic restart after instantaneous power failure (Pr.57 ≠...
  • Page 365: Plc Function

    14.11 PLC function The inverter can be run in accordance with a sequence program. In accordance with the machine specifications, a user can set various operation patterns: inverter movements at signal inputs, signal outputs at particular inverter statuses, and monitor outputs, etc. Initial Setting Name...
  • Page 366 • When Pr.414 = "2 or 12", the SQ signal can be input only via an external input terminal regardless of the Pr.338 setting. • The following shows the required conditions to enable the SQ signal. SQ signal Pr.414 setting Pr.338 setting Input via an external (physical) terminal Input via a communication virtual terminal...
  • Page 367: Trace Function

    14.12 Trace function • The operating status of the inverter can be traced and temporarily stored in the RAM in the inverter. The data stored in the RAM is deleted when the power supply is turned OFF. (The data is retained at inverter reset.) •...
  • Page 368 Name Initial value Setting range Description 1038 Digital source selection (1ch) A930 1039 Digital source selection (2ch) A931 1040 Digital source selection (3ch) A932 1041 Digital source selection (4ch) A933 Select the digital data (I/O signal) for sampling on each 0 to 255 channel.
  • Page 369 Tracing Sampling starts according to the Pr.1020 and Pr.1024 settings. The trace status can be monitored. (Refer to page 371.) Waveform check By using FR Configurator2, trace data stored in the internal RAM can be displayed on a computer screen. For details, refer to the Instruction Manual of FR Configurator2.
  • Page 370 Trigger Trigger Setting Minus (-) Setting Minus (-) Monitor item level Monitor item level value display value display criterion criterion PID measured value *Excitation current command ○ 100% PID deviation ○ *Torque current command ○ 100% "*" shows a monitor item with a high-speed sampling cycle. The monitor items with a circle (○) represents that its monitor value can be indicated with minus sign.
  • Page 371  Trigger setting (Pr.1025, Pr.1035 to Pr.1037, Pr.1046, Pr.1047) • Set the trigger generating conditions and the trigger target channels. Pr.1025 Selection of trigger Trigger generating conditions setting target channel Tracing starts when inverter enters a fault status (protective function activated) —...
  • Page 372  Monitoring the trace status • The trace status can be monitored on the operation panel by setting "38" in Pr.52 Operation panel main monitor selection, Pr.774 to Pr.776 (Operation panel monitor selection), or Pr.992 Operation panel setting dial push monitor selection.
  • Page 373 MEMO 14. (A) Application Parameters 14.12 Trace function...
  • Page 374 CHAPTER 15 (G) Control Parameters 15.1 Manual torque boost .............................374 15.2 Base frequency voltage ............................376 15.3 Load pattern selection ............................378 15.4 Energy saving control ............................380 15.5 SF-PR slip amount adjustment mode ........................381 15.6 DC injection brake and zero speed control......................382 15.7 Stop selection ...............................384 15.8...
  • Page 375: Manual Torque Boost

    (G) Control Parameters Refer to Purpose Parameter to set page To set the starting torque manually Manual torque boost P.G000, P.G010 Pr.0, Pr.46 Base frequency, base frequency P.G001, P.G002, To set the motor constant Pr.3, Pr.19, Pr.47 voltage P.G011 To select the V/F pattern matching the Load pattern selection P.G003 Pr.14...
  • Page 376 The initial value differs depending on the inverter capacity as follows. For the LD rating (Pr.570 = "1"), the initial value is changed. (Refer to page 134). Inverter Initial value FR-E820-0050(0.75K) or lower FR-E840-0026(0.75K) or lower FR-E860-0017(0.75K) FR-E820-0080(1.5K) to FR-E820-0175(3.7K) FR-E840-0040(1.5K) to FR-E840-0095(3.7K) FR-E820-0240(5.5K) or higher FR-E840-0120(5.5K) or higher...
  • Page 377: Base Frequency Voltage

    As a result, the inverter output may be shut off due to overload. A caution is required especially in case of Pr.14 Load pattern selection = "1" (variable torque load). • When using the Mitsubishi Electric constant torque motor, set Pr.3 to 60 Hz. Pr.19...
  • Page 378 NOTE • When the Advanced magnetic flux vector control, Real sensorless vector control, or PM sensorless vector control is selected, Pr.3, Pr.47, and Pr.19 are disabled, and Pr.83 and Pr.84 are enabled. However, S-pattern curve with Pr.29 Acceleration/deceleration pattern selection = "1" (S-pattern acceleration/deceleration A) enables Pr.3 or Pr.47.
  • Page 379: Load Pattern Selection

    15.3 Load pattern selection Optimal output characteristics (V/F characteristics) for application or load characteristics can be selected. Setting Name Initial value Description range For constant-torque load For variable-torque load Load pattern selection G003 For constant-torque lift (boost at reverse rotation: 0%) For constant-torque lift (boost at forward rotation: 0%) ...
  • Page 380 • Pr.46 Second torque boost is enabled when the RT signal is ON. To input the RT signal, set "3" in any parameter from Pr.178 to Pr.189 (Input terminal function selection) to assign the function. Pr.14 = 2 Pr.14 = 3 For vertical lift loads For vertical lift loads At forward rotation boost...Pr.0 setting...
  • Page 381: Energy Saving Control

    15.4 Energy saving control The inverter will automatically perform energy saving operation without setting detailed parameters. This control method is suitable for applications such as fans and pumps. Name Initial value Setting range Description Normal operation Energy saving G030 control selection Optimum excitation control ...
  • Page 382: Sf-Pr Slip Amount Adjustment Mode

    15.5 SF-PR slip amount adjustment mode • As compared to our conventional SF-JR motor, the slip amount is small for the high-performance energy-saving SF-PR motor. When replacing the SF-JR to the SF-PR, the slip amount is reduced and the rotations per minute increases. Therefore, when the SF-PR is used with the same frequency setting as that of the SF-JR, power consumption may increase as compared to the SF-JR.
  • Page 383: 15.6 Dc Injection Brake And Zero Speed Control

    15.6 DC injection brake and zero speed control • Adjust the braking torque and timing to stop the motor using the DC injection brake. The zero speed control is available under Real sensorless vector control. When the DC injection brake operation is used, DC voltage is applied to the motor to prevent rotation of the motor shaft, and when the zero speed control is used, Vector control is performed to keep 0 r/min.
  • Page 384  Operation time setting (Pr.11) • Set the operation time for the DC injection brake (zero speed control) in Pr.11 DC injection brake operation time. • When the motor does not stop due to large load moment (J), increase the setting to ensure the effect. •...
  • Page 385: Stop Selection

    15.7 Stop selection Select the stopping method (deceleration stop or coasting) at turn-OFF of the start signal. Coasting can be selected for the cases such that the motor is stopped with a mechanical brake at turn-OFF of the start signal. The operation of the start signal (STF/STR) can be selected.
  • Page 386 NOTE • The stop selection setting is disabled when the following functions are operating. Power failure stop function (Pr.261) PU stop (Pr.75) Deceleration stop due to communication error (Pr.502) • When Pr.250 ≠ "9999 or 8888", acceleration/deceleration is performed in accordance to the frequency command until the output is shut off by turning OFF the start signal.
  • Page 387: Regenerative Brake Selection

    15.8 Regenerative brake selection • When performing frequent start and stop operation, usage rate of the regenerative brake can be increased by using the optional high-duty brake resistor (FR-ABR) or the brake unit (FR-BU2, BU, or FR-BU). • The multifunction regeneration converter (FR-XC in power regeneration mode) or power regeneration common converter (FR-CV) is used for the continuous operation in the regenerative status.
  • Page 388  When using the high-duty brake resistor (FR-ABR) (FR-E820-0030(0.4K) or higher, FR-E840-0016(0.4K) to FR-E840-0170(7.5K)) • Set Pr.30 = "1". • Set Pr.70 = "10%".  When the automatic restart after instantaneous power failure function is enabled • Set Pr.30 = "2" to enable the automatic restart after instantaneous power failure function when using the high-duty brake resistor (FR-ABR), brake resistor (MRS, MYS type), brake unit (FR-BU2), multifunction regeneration converter (FR-XC), power regeneration common converter (FR-CV), and high power factor converter (FR-HC2).
  • Page 389 NOTE • When Pr.30 = "0 or 2" and the X10 signal is not assigned to an input terminal, the MRS signal can be used as the X10 signal. The logic of the signal depends on that of the MRS signal (normally open input when Pr.17 = "0 or 1", and normally closed input when Pr.17 = "2 to 5").
  • Page 390 Use a brake resistor that has resistance and power consumption values higher than the following. Also, the brake resistor must have a sufficient capacity to consume the regenerative power. Voltage Minimum resistance Power consumption Inverter class (Ω) (kW) FR-E820-0030(0.4K) FR-E820-0050(0.75K) FR-E820-0080(1.5K) 200 V class FR-E820-0110(2.2K)
  • Page 391: Regeneration Avoidance Function

    15.9 Regeneration avoidance function The regenerative status can be detected and avoided by raising the frequency. • The operation frequency is automatically increased to prevent the regenerative operations. This function is useful when a load is forcibly rotated by another fan in the duct. Setting Name Initial value...
  • Page 392 NOTE • The slope of frequency rising or lowering by the regeneration avoidance operation will change depending on the regenerative status. √ • The DC bus voltage of the inverter will be approximately times of the normal input voltage. The bus voltage is approx. 311 VDC at an input voltage of 220 VAC (622 VDC at 440 VAC and 813 VDC at 575 VAC). However, it may vary depending on the input power supply waveform.
  • Page 393 Parameters referred to Pr.1 Maximum frequencypage 211 Pr.8 Deceleration timepage 211 Pr.22 Stall prevention operation levelpage 214 15. (G) Control Parameters 15.9 Regeneration avoidance function...
  • Page 394: Slip Compensation

    15.10 Slip compensation Under V/F control, the slip of the motor is estimated from the inverter output current to maintain the rotation of the motor constant. Setting Name Initial value Description range 0.01% to Set the rated motor slip. Rated slip 9999 G203 0, 9999...
  • Page 395: Droop Control

    15.11 Droop control Magnetic flux Sensorless Sensorless Sensorless Magnetic flux Magnetic flux This is a function to give droop characteristics to the speed by balancing the load in proportion with the load torque during the Advanced magnetic flux vector control, Real sensorless vector control, and PM sensorless vector control. This is effective in balancing the load when multiple inverters are connected.
  • Page 396: Speed Smoothing Control

    15.12 Speed smoothing control V/F Magnetic flux Magnetic flux Magnetic flux The output current (torque) of the inverter sometimes becomes unstable due to vibration caused by mechanical resonance. Such vibration can be suppressed by reducing fluctuation of the output current (torque) by changing the output frequency. Setting Name Initial value...
  • Page 397 MEMO 15. (G) Control Parameters 15.12 Speed smoothing control...
  • Page 398 CHAPTER 16 Checking and Clearing of Settings 16.1 Parameter clear / All parameter clear ........................398 16.2 List of parameters changed from the initial values ....................399 16.3 Fault history clear ..............................400...
  • Page 399 Checking and Clearing of Settings 16.1 Parameter clear / All parameter clear • Set "1" to Pr.CL Parameter clear or ALLC All parameter clear to initialize the parameter. (The parameter cannot be cleared when Pr.77 Parameter write selection = "1".) •...
  • Page 400 16.2 List of parameters changed from the initial values Parameters changed from their initial values can be displayed. Operating procedure Turning ON the power of the inverter The operation panel is in the monitor mode. Selecting the parameter setting mode Press the MODE key to choose the parameter setting mode.
  • Page 401 16.3 Fault history clear  Fault history clearing procedure • Set Er.CL Fault history clear = "1" to clear the fault history. Operating procedure Turning ON the power of the inverter The operation panel is in the monitor mode. Selecting the parameter setting mode Press the MODE key to choose the parameter setting mode.
  • Page 402 CHAPTER 17 Appendix 17.1 For customers replacing the conventional model with this inverter ..............402 17.2 Specification comparison between PM sensorless vector control and induction motor control......405 17.3 Parameters (functions) and instruction codes under different control methods............406...
  • Page 403 Appendix APPENDIX provides the reference information for use of this product. Refer to APPENDIX as required. 17.1 For customers replacing the conventional model with this inverter 17.1.1 Replacement of the FR-E700 series  Differences and compatibility with the FR-E700 series Item FR-E800 FR-E700...
  • Page 404 Item FR-E800 FR-E700 Standard control circuit terminal model: screw Shape of Spring clamp type type terminal block Safety stop function model: Spring clamp type Standard model: 7 Standard control circuit terminal model: 7 Contact input Ethernet model: 2 Safety stop function model: 6 Analog input Control circuit Relay output...
  • Page 405 17.1.2 Replacement of the FR-E500 series  Installation precautions • Installation size is compatible. (Use the installation interchange attachment for replacement of the FR-E520-3.7K and E540-0.4K to 1.5K.) • Operation panel (PA02) cannot be used. 17. Appendix 17.1 For customers replacing the conventional model with this inverter...
  • Page 406 17.2 Specification comparison between PM sensorless vector control and induction motor control Item PM sensorless vector control Induction motor control Applicable motor IPM motor or SPM motor Induction motor 200% (FR-E820-0175(3.7K) or lower, FR-E840- 0095(3.7K) or lower, FR-E860-0061(3.7K) or lower) Starting torque and 150% (FR-E820-0240(5.5K) or higher, FR-E840- 0120(5.5K) or higher, FR-E860-0090(5.5K) or higher)
  • Page 407 17.3 Parameters (functions) and instruction codes under different control methods Instruction codes are used to read and write parameters in accordance with communication (such as the Mitsubishi inverter protocol). (For details of communication, refer to the Instruction Manual (Communication).) Function availability under each control method is shown as follows: ○: Available ×: Not available Δ: Available with some restrictions...
  • Page 408 Instruction Control method Parameter code Sensorless Sensorless Sensorless Name Acceleration/deceleration pattern selection ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ Regenerative function selection ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ Frequency jump 1A ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ Frequency jump 1B ○...
  • Page 409 Instruction Control method Parameter code Sensorless Sensorless Sensorless Name Motor constant (R1) × ○ ○ ○ ○ × ○ Motor constant (R2) × ○ ○ ○ × × ○ Motor constant (L1)/d-axis inductance (Ld) × ○ ○ ○ ○ × ○...
  • Page 410 Instruction Control method Parameter code Sensorless Sensorless Sensorless Name RL terminal function selection ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ × ○ RM terminal function selection ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ × ○ RH terminal function selection ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ×...
  • Page 411 Instruction Control method Parameter code Sensorless Sensorless Sensorless Name Brake operation time at start × ○ ○ × × ○ ○ Brake operation frequency × ○ ○ × × ○ ○ Brake operation time at stop × Δ × × ×...
  • Page 412 Instruction Control method Parameter code Sensorless Sensorless Sensorless Name ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ % setting reference frequency PLC function operation selection ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ × × Inverter operation lock mode setting ○ ○ ○ ○ ○...
  • Page 413 Instruction Control method Parameter code Sensorless Sensorless Sensorless Name PID signal operation selection ○ ○ ○ × ○ ○ ○ Current average time ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ Data output mask time ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○...
  • Page 414 Instruction Control method Parameter code Sensorless Sensorless Sensorless Name Second motor induced voltage constant (phi f) × × × × ○ × ○ Second motor Ld decay ratio × × × × ○ × ○ Second motor Lq decay ratio ×...
  • Page 415 Instruction Control method Parameter code Sensorless Sensorless Sensorless Name Torque current/Rated PM motor current × ○ ○ ○ ○ × ○ Second motor torque current/Rated PM motor × ○ ○ ○ ○ × ○ current Torque detection × × ○ ○...
  • Page 416 Instruction Control method Parameter code Sensorless Sensorless Sensorless Name 1006 Clock (year) ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ × × 1007 Clock (month, day) ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ × × 1008 Clock (hour, minute) ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ × ×...
  • Page 417 Instruction Control method Parameter code Sensorless Sensorless Sensorless Name 1166 PLC function user parameters 17 ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ 1167 PLC function user parameters 18 ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ 1168 PLC function user parameters 19 ○...
  • Page 418 Instruction Control method Parameter code Sensorless Sensorless Sensorless Name 1436 ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ Ethernet IP address 3 ○ ○ 1437 ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ Ethernet IP address 4 ○ ○ 1438 ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ Subnet mask 1 ○...
  • Page 419 Revisions *The manual number is given on the bottom left of the back cover. Print date Manual number Revision Dec. 2019 IB(NA)-0600868ENG-A First edition IB-0600868ENG-A...
  • Page 420 HEAD OFFICE: TOKYO BUILDING 2-7-3, MARUNOUCHI, CHIYODA-KU, TOKYO 100-8310, JAPAN IB(NA)-0600868ENG-A(1912)MEE Printed in Japan Specifications subject to change without notice.