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Industrial inverter for 3-phase induction motors.
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Industrial Inverter

For 3-phase induction motors

Instruction Manual

TM
TOSVERT
3-phase 200V class 0.4
3-phase 400V class 0.4
1. Make sure that this instruction manual is delivered to the
end user of the inverter unit.
2. Read this manual before installing or operating the inverter
unit, and store it in a safe place for reference.
FS1
VF-
30kW
30kW
NOTICE
E6581381
I
S afety
precautions
II II
I ntroduction
C ontents
1
R ead first
2
C onnection
3
O perations
4
B asic VF -FS1
operations
5
B asic
parameters
6
E xtended
parameters
7
A pplied
operation
8
M onitoring the
operation status
9
M easures
to satisfy the
standards
10 10
P eripheral
devices
11 11
T able of
parameters
and data
12 12
S pecifications
13 13
B efore making
a service call
14 14
I nspection and
maintenance
15 15
W arranty
16 16
D isposal of the
inverter
2006 Ver. 100/101

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  • Page 1: Industrial Inverter

    Industrial Inverter For 3-phase induction motors Instruction Manual TOSVERT 3-phase 200V class 0.4 3-phase 400V class 0.4 NOTICE 1. Make sure that this instruction manual is delivered to the end user of the inverter unit. 2. Read this manual before installing or operating the inverter unit, and store it in a safe place for reference.
  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

    Safety precautions The items described in these instructions and on the inverter itself are very important so that you can use the inverter safely, prevent injury to yourself and other people around you as well as to prevent damage to property in the area.
  • Page 4: General Operation

    General Operation • Never disassemble, modify or repair. This can result in electric shock, fire and injury. For repairs, call your sales distributor. Disassembly prohibited • Never remove the front cover when power is on or open door if enclosed in a cabinet. The unit contains many high voltage parts and contact with them will result in electric shock.
  • Page 5 Operation cannot be stopped immediately by the inverter alone, thus risking an accident or injury. • All options used must be those specified by Toshiba. The use of any other option may result in an accident.
  • Page 6 • Electrical installation work must be done by a qualified expert. Connection of input power by someone who does not have that expert knowledge may result in fire or electric shock. • Connect output terminals (motor side) correctly. If the phase sequence is incorrect, the motor will operate in reverse and that may result in injury.
  • Page 7: Maintenance And Inspection

    • Observe all permissible operating ranges of motors and mechanical equipment. (Refer to the motor's instruction manual.) Not observing these ranges may result in injury. Prohibited When sequence for restart after a momentary failure is selected (inverter) • Stand clear of motors and mechanical equipment. If the motor stops due to a momentary power failure, the equipment will start suddenly after power recovers.
  • Page 8 Disposal • If you throw away the inverter, have it done by a specialist in industry waste disposal(*). If you throw away the inverter by yourself, this can result in explosion of capacitor or produce noxious gases, resulting in injury. (*) Persons who specialize in the processing of waste and known as "industrial waste product collectors and transporters"...
  • Page 9: Introduction

    3. Superior basic performance Automatic energy-saving Smooth operation : Reduced rotation ripple through the use of Toshiba's unique waveform formation. Built-in current surge suppression circuit : Can be safely connected even if power load is low. Maximum 200Hz high frequency output : Optimum for use with high speed motors such as those in Maximum carrier frequency : 16kHz quiet operation Toshiba's unique PWM control reduces noise at low carrier.
  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    2. Connection...B-1 Cautions on wiring...B-1 Standard connections...B-2 Description of terminals...B-5 3. Operations ...C-1 Simplified operation of the VF-FS1 ...C-2 How to operate the VF-FS1 ...C-6 4. Basic VF-FS1 operations ...D-1 Flow of status monitor mode ...D-2 How to set parameters ...D-3 5.
  • Page 11 Terminal function selection ... F-5 Basic parameters 2... F-13 Frequency priority selection... F-14 Operation frequency ... F-22 DC braking... F-23 Auto-stop in case of lower-limit frequency continuous operation ... F-24 Jump frequency-jumping resonant frequencies ... F-25 6.10 Bumpless operation ... F-26 6.11 PWM carrier frequency ...
  • Page 12 12. Specifications ...L-1 12.1 Models and their standard specifications ...L-1 12.2 Outside dimensions and mass ...L-4 13. Before making a service call - Trip information and remedies...M-1 13.1 Trip causes/warnings and remedies...M-1 13.2 Restoring the inverter from a trip...M-5 13.3 If the motor does not run while no trip message is displayed...M-6 13.4 How to determine the causes of other problems ...M-7...
  • Page 13: Read First

    Mandatory overheating and fire. Inverter main unit Rating label Series name Power supply VF-FS1 3PH-200/240V-0.75kW/1HP Motor capacity Carton box Type indication label Instruction manual This manual...
  • Page 14: Contents Of The Product

    Contents of the product Explanation of the name plate label. Type V F F S 1 - 4 0 0 7 P L E - W N - A 2 2 Model name Input (AC) voltage TOSVERT 2 : 200V to 240V VF-FS1series 4 : 380V to 480V * This code represents the factory default logic setting.
  • Page 15: Names And Functions

    E6581381 Names and functions 1.3.1 Outside view [Operation panel]...
  • Page 16 Charge lamp Indicates that high voltage is still present within the inverter. Do not open the terminal board cover while this is lit. Front panel The front panel of the inverter or terminal board To avoid touching the terminal board by mistake, be sure to close the front panel before starting operation.
  • Page 17 Example of the label 1.3.2 Power circuit and control circuit terminal boards In case of the lug connector, cover the lug connector with insulated tube, or use the insulated lug connector. 1) Power circuit terminal board In case of the lug connector, cover the lug connector with insulated tube, or use the insulated lug connector.
  • Page 18 E6581381 VFFS1-2004 ∼ 2037PM VFFS1-4004 ∼ 4055PL Note: EMC plate is supplied as standard.
  • Page 19 VFFS1-2055, 2075PM -4075, 4110PL VFFS1-2110 ∼ 2185PM -4150 ∼ 4185PL Note: EMC plate is supplied as standard. E6581381...
  • Page 20 VFFS1-2220PM -4220, 4300PL VFFS1-2300PM Each main circuit terminal has the structure shown in the figure below. Connect a cable to part A if it has a ring terminal, or to part B if it has no terminal (bare wire). Parts A and B accommodate different sizes of cables, so consult the cable size list for the size of cable connectable to each part.
  • Page 21 2) Grounding capacitor disconnecting switch and taps The grounding capacitor disconnecting tap is provided with a protection cover. To avoid shock hazards, always attach the cover after connecting or disconnecting the capacitor to or from the tap. Mandatory Every three-phase 400V model has a built-in high-attenuation noise filter, which is grounded through a capacitor.
  • Page 22 3) Control circuit terminal board The control circuit terminal board is common to all equipment. Connector for common serial communications and option (RJ45) Wire size Solid wire: 0.3 ∼ 1.5 (mm Stranded wire: 0.3 ∼ 1.5 (mm Sheath strip length: 6 (mm) Screwdriver: Small-sized flat-blade screwdriver ⇒...
  • Page 23 1.3.3 How to open the front (terminal board) cover-18.5kW or less To wire the terminal board, remove the front lower cover in line with the steps given below. Turn the locking screw on the right side of the front panel 90° counterclockwise to align the dot on the screw with the unlock position mark (upper side).
  • Page 24 1.3.4 How to open the front (terminal board) cover-22kW or more To wire the main circuit terminal board for models 22kW or more, remomve the front cover. Remove the screw Maincircuit terminal board Open the control circuit terminal board cover. * To open the cover, lift it with your finger placed at the part on the right side of the cover.
  • Page 25: Notes On The Application

    1.4.1 Motors When the VF-FS1 and the motor are used in conjunction, pay attention to the following items. Use an inverter that conforms to the specifications of power supply and three-phase induction motor being used. If the inverter being used does not conform to those specifications, not only will the three-...
  • Page 26 Low loads and low inertia loads The motor may demonstrate instability such as abnormal vibrations or overcurrent trips at light loads of 50 % or under of the load percentage, or when the load's inertia moment is extremely small. If that happens reduce the carrier frequency.
  • Page 27 Braking motor When using a braking motor, if the braking circuit is directly connected to the inverters's output terminals, the brake cannot be released because of the lowered starting voltage. Therefore, when using a braking motor, connect the braking circuit to the inverter's power supply side, as shown in the figure below.
  • Page 28 Power factor correction capacitor Power factor correction capacitors cannot be installed on the output side of the inverter. When a motor is run that has a power factor correction capacitor attached to it, remove the capacitors. This can cause inverter malfunction trips and capacitor destruction. Operating at other than rated voltage Connections to voltages other than the rated voltage described in the rating label cannot be made.
  • Page 29 Disposal If an inverter is no longer usable, dispose of it as industrial waste. 1.4.3 What to do about the leak current Current may leak through the inverter's input/output wires because of insufficient electrostatic capacity on the motor with bad effects on peripheral equipment. The leakage current’s value is affected by the carrier frequency and the length of the input/output wires.
  • Page 30 (2) Affects of leakage current across lines Power supply Leakage current path across wires Thermal relays The high frequency component of current leaking into electrostatic capacity between inverter out- put wires will increase the effective current values and make externally connected thermal relays operate improperly.
  • Page 31: Installation Environment

    1.4.4 Installation Installation environment The VF-FS1 Inverter is an electronic control instrument. Take full consideration to installing it in the proper operating environment. • Do not place any inflammable substances near the VF-FS1 Inverter. If an accident occurs in which flame is emitted, this could lead to fire.
  • Page 32 • Do not install in any location that is subject to large amounts of vibration. • If the VF-FS1 Inverter is installed near any of the equipment listed below, provide measures to insure against errors in operation. • Do not install in any location of high temperature, high humidity,...
  • Page 33 Operation cannot be stopped immediately by the inverter alone, thus risking an accident or injury. • All options used must be those specified by Toshiba. The use of any other option may result in an accident.
  • Page 34 Calorific values of the inverter and the required ventilation About 5% of the rated power of the inverter will be lost as a result of conversion from AC to DC or from DC to AC. In order to suppress the rise in temperature inside the cabinet when this loss becomes heat loss, the interior of the cabinet must be ventilated and cooled.
  • Page 35 • Install surge suppressor on any magnetic contactor and relay coils used around the inverter. • Install noise filters if necessary. • Install EMC plate and use shielded wires. Installing more than one unit in a cabinet If you are installing two or more inverters in one cabinet, pay attention to the following. •...
  • Page 37: Connection

    2. Connection • Never disassemble, modify or repair. This can result in electric shock, fire and injury. For repairs, call your sales agency. Disassembly prohibited • Don't stick your fingers into openings such as cable wiring hole and cooling fan covers. This can result in electric shock or other injury.
  • Page 38: Standard Connections

    (R/L1, S/L2, T/L3) and wires to the motor terminals (U/T1, V/T2, W/T3). Control and main power supply The control power supply and the main circuit power supply for the VF-FS1 are the same. ⇒ See section 6.17.3. If a malfunction or trip causes the main circuit to be shut off, control power will also be shut off. When checking the cause of the malfunction or the trip, use the trip holding retention selection parameter.
  • Page 39 E6581381 2.2.1 Standard connection diagram 1 This diagram shows a standard wiring of the main circuit.
  • Page 40 E6581381 2.2.2 Standard connection diagram 2...
  • Page 41: Description Of Terminals

    Description of terminals 2.3.1 Power circuit terminals This diagram shows an example of wiring of the main circuit. Use options if necessary. Power supply and motor connections Connections with peripheral equipment No-fuse Magnetic Input AC connector braker reactor Power supply noise reduction filter U/T1...
  • Page 42 Power circuit Terminal symbol R/L1,S/L2,T/L3 U/T1,V/T2,W/T3 PA/+, PC/- The arrangement of power circuit terminals are different from each range. ⇒ See section 1.3.2.1) about the arrangement of power circuit terminals. 2.3.2 Control circuit terminals The control circuit terminal board is common to all equipment. Regarding to the function and specification of each terminal, please refer to the following table.
  • Page 43 Terminal Input/output symbol Output Analog power supply output Multifunction programmable analog input. Factory default setting: 0~10Vdc/0~60Hz (0~50Hz) frequency input. The function can be changed to 4~20mAdc (0~20mA) current input by flipping the VIA (SW3) dip switch to the I position. Input By changing parameter setting, this terminal can also be used as a...
  • Page 44 Terminal Input/output symbol Multifunction programmable relay contact output. Detects the operation of the inverter's Output protection function. Contact across FLA-FLC is closed and FLB- FLC is opened during protection function operation. Multifunction programmable relay contact output. Standard default settings detect and Output output low-speed signal output frequencies.
  • Page 45 SINK (Negative) logic/SOURCE (Positive) logic (When an external power supply is used) The PLC terminal is used to connect to an external power supply or to insulate a terminal from other input or output terminals. As for input terminals, turn the SW4 slide switch to the PLC position. <Examples of connections when an external power supply is used>...
  • Page 46 The figure on the right shows an example of the connection of input terminals VIA when there is used as contact input terminals. This example illustrates the connection when the inverter is used in sink (Negative) logic mode. Logic switching/Voltage-current output switching (slide switch) Logic switching Use SW4 to switch between logics.
  • Page 47: Operations

    3. Operations • Do not touch inverter terminals when electrical power is going to the inverter even if the motor is stopped. Touching the inverter terminals while power is connected to it may result in electric shock. Prohibited • Do not touch switches when the hands are wet and do not try to clean the inverter with a damp cloth. Such practices may result in electric shock.
  • Page 48: Simplified Operation Of The Vf-fs1

    Simplified Operation of the VF-FS1 The procedures for setting operation frequency and the methods of operation can be selected from the following. Start / Stop Setting the frequency Local mode and Remote mode Local mode Remote mode : Start and stop, and frequency setting follow the selection of *1 At default setting, the switching between Local mode and Remote mode is effective.
  • Page 49 3.1.1 How to start and stop Example of a setting procedure Key operated LED display MODE ⇔ (1) Start and stop using the operation panel keys ( Use the keys on the operation panel to start and stop the motor. STOP : Motor starts.
  • Page 50 3.1.2 How to set the frequency Example of a Key operated MODE Pressing the MODE (1) Setting the frequency using the operation panel ( Set the frequency with the operation panel.. : Moves the frequency up Example of operating a run from the panel Key operated setting procedure LED display...
  • Page 51: Frequency Setting

    (2) Setting the frequency using the operation panel ( Frequency setting Setting the frequency using external potentiometer : Setting frequency using potentiometer * The input terminal VIA can be used in the same way. = : VIA effective, = : VIB effective ⇒...
  • Page 52: How To Operate The Vf-fs1

    How to operate the VF-FS1 Overview of how to operate the inverter with simple examples. Ex.1 Wiring Parameter setting Title Operation Run/stop: Press the Frequency setting: Set with the Remote mode selection, Setting the operation frequency using the operation panel and running and stopping using the operation panel.
  • Page 53 Remote mode selection, Ex.2 Operation frequency setting, running and stopping using external signals. Wiring PA/+ MCCB R/L1 S/L2 Noise T/L3 filter Control circuit Parameter setting Title Command mode selection Frequency setting mode selection 1 Operation Run/stop: ON/OFF input to F-CC, R-CC. (Set SW4 to Sink logic) Frequency setting: VIA and VIB: 0-10Vdc (External potentiometer) VIA: Input 4-20mAdc.
  • Page 55: Basic Vf-fs1 Operations

    4. Basic VF-FS1 operations The VF-FS1 has the following three monitor modes. Standard monitor mode Setting monitor mode Status monitor mode Pressing the key will move the inverter through each of the modes. MODE Status monitor mode : The standard inverter mode. This mode is enabled when inverter power goes on.
  • Page 56: Flow Of Status Monitor Mode

    E6581381 Flow of status monitor mode Flow of monitor as following...
  • Page 57: How To Set Parameters

    How to set parameters The standard default parameters are programmed before the unit is shipped from the factory. Parameters can be divided into 5 major categories. Select the parameter to be changed or to be searched and retrieved. Basic parameters Extended parameters User parameters (automatic edit function)
  • Page 58 4.2.1 How to set the basic parameters All of the basic parameters can be set by the same step procedures. [Steps in key entry for basic parameters]                                           MODE Example of setting procedure (Changing the maximum frequency from 80Hz to 60Hz). Key operated MODE After this,...
  • Page 59 4.2.2 How to set extended parameters The VF-FS1 has extended parameters to allow you to make full use of its functions. All extended parameters are expressed with Basic parameters Press the MODE key once and use the to select from the basic parameters.
  • Page 60 Example of parameter setting Steps in setting are as follows (Example of Auto-restart control selection Key operated MODE If there is anything you do not understand during this operation, press the MODE key several times to start over from the step of 4.2.3 Search and resetting of changed parameters ( Automatically searches for only those parameters that are programmed with values different from the...
  • Page 61 Key operated LED display ↓ ⇔ MODE ↓ ↓ MODE If there is anything you do not understand during this operation, press the start over from the step of 4.2.4 Setting a parameter, using the wizard function ( Wizard function ( The wizard function refers to the special function of calling up ten frequently used parameters.
  • Page 62 How to use the wizard function Key operated MODE MODE MODE MODE How Parameters of Quick setting wizard Title LED display Displays the operation frequency (operation stopped). (When standard monitor display selection frequency]) The first basic parameter “ Press the ENT key to confirm your choice. The first parameter in the purpose-specific wizard parameter group is displayed.
  • Page 63 4.2.5 Searching for a history of changes, using the history function ( History function ( Automatically searches for 5 latest parameters that are programmed with values different from the standard default setting and displays them in the within this group Notes on operation •...
  • Page 64 4.2.6 Parameters that cannot be changed while running For safety reasons, the following parameters have been set up so that they cannot be reprogrammed while the inverter is running. Stop operation (“ [Basic parameters] [Extended parameters] ∼ ∼ ∼ ∼ ∼...
  • Page 65 4.2.7 Returning all parameters to standard default setting Setting the standard default setting parameter default settings. ⇒ For more details on the standard default setting parameter Notes on operation • We recommend that before this operation you write down on paper the values of those parameters, because when setting factory default setting.
  • Page 67: Basic Parameters

    5. Basic parameters Before you operate the inverter, the parameters that you must first program are the basic parameters. Setting acceleration/deceleration time :Automatic acceleration/deceleration :Acceleration time 1 :Deceleration time 1 • Function 1) For acceleration time 1 0Hz to maximum frequency 2) For deceleration time 1 from maximum frequency 5.1.1...
  • Page 68 [Parameter setting] Title Automatic acceleration/deceleration When automatically setting acceleration/deceleration time, always change the acceleration/deceleration time so that it conforms to the load. The acceleration/deceleration time changes constantly with load fluctuations. For inverters that requires a fixed acceleration/deceleration time, use the manual settings Setting acceleration/deceleration time ( setting that conforms to further changes in load.
  • Page 69 [Parameter setting] Title Function Acceleration time 1 Deceleration time 1 Note: When the acceleration/deceleration time is set at 0.0 seconds, the inverter speed increases or reduces speed within 0.05 seconds. If the programmed value is shorter than the optimum acceleration/deceleration time determined by load conditions, overcurrent stall or overvoltage stall function may make the acceleration/deceleration time longer than the programmed time.
  • Page 70: Specifying An Operation Mode, Using Parameters

    Specifying an operation mode, using parameters : Parameter setting macro function • Function Automatically programs all parameters (parameters described below) related to the functions by selecting the inverter's operating method. The major functions can be programmed simply. [Parameter setting] Title Parameter setting macro function Note: When this parameter is invoked after it has been set, The number on the left side refers to the number specified previously.
  • Page 71 Coast stop ( Setting for coast stopping. In sink logic mode, closing the circuit between the R and CC terminals places the inverter in standby mode and opening the circuit places it in coast stop mode, because ST (standby signal) is assigned to the R terminal.
  • Page 72 In the case of reverse operation, the 3 wires operation is also possible as well as forward operation by assigning "R (reverse function)" to the "RES" terminal. Output frequency   Forward run Reverse run Powered Note 1 External input UP/DOWN setting ( Allows setting of frequency with the input from an external contact.
  • Page 73: Selection Of Operation Mode

    Selection of operation mode Local mode and Remote mode Local mode : When Local mode selected by effective only by operation panel keys. The local lamp is lit while Local mode selected. Remote mode : Start and stop, and frequency setting follow the selection of mode),or Setting mode –...
  • Page 74 : Command mode selection : Frequency setting mode selection 1 • Function Remote mode selection, these parameters are used to specify which input device (operation panel, terminal board, serial communication) takes priority in entering an operation stop command or a frequency setting command, VIA, VIB, operation panel, serial communication device, external contact up/down).
  • Page 75 <Frequency setting mode selection> Title Function Frequency setting mode selection 1 [Programmed value] A frequency command is set by means of a signal from an external input device VIA input (VIA terminal: 0-10Vdc or 4-20mAdc). An external signal (VIB terminal: 0-10Vdc) is used to specify a frequency VIB input command.
  • Page 76: Meter Setting And Adjustment

    Meter setting and adjustment : Meter selection : Meter adjustment • Function The signal output from the FM terminal is an analog voltage signal. For the meter, use either a full-scale 0-1mAdc ammeter or full-scale 0-7.5Vdc (or 10Vdc-1mA) voltmeter. Switching to 0-20mAdc (4-20mAdc) output current can be made by turning the FM (SW2) slide switch to the I position.
  • Page 77 Note 2: Note that, if is set to Adjustment scale with parameter Connect meters as shown below. <Frequency meter> Meter: Frequency meter (default setting) VF-FS1 The reading of the frequency meter will fluctuate during scale adjustment. * Optional frequency meter: QS-60T Output...
  • Page 78 Example of how to adjustment the FM terminal frequency meter Use the meter's adjustment screw to pre-adjust zero-point. Key operated MODE MODE MODE Adjusting the meter in inverter stop state • Adjustment of output current ( If, when adjusting the meter for output current, there are large fluctuations in data during adjustment, making adjustment difficult, the meter can be adjusted in inverter stop state.
  • Page 79: Standard Default Setting

    Standard default setting : Default setting • Function Allows setting of all parameters to the standard default setting, etc. at one time. Note that default settings. Title Function Default setting This function will be displayed as 0 during reading on the right. This previous setting is displayed. Example: cannot be set during the inverter operating.
  • Page 80 Default setting ( Setting ⇒ See section 4.2.7. When 3 is programmed, < and displayed the original indication Trip clear ( Setting The parameter does not change. Cumulative operation time clear ( Setting Cumulative operation time clear ( Setting Save user setting parameters ( Setting ⇒...
  • Page 81: Forward/reverse Run Selection (operation Panel Operation

    Forward/reverse run selection (Operation panel operation) : Forward/reverse run selection (Operation panel operation) • Function Program the direction of rotation of the motor when the running and stopping are made using the key and key on the operation panel. STOP Valid when (command mode) is set to [Parameter setting]...
  • Page 82: Maximum Frequency

    Maximum frequency : Maximum frequency • Function 1) Programs the range of frequencies output by the inverter (maximum output values). 2) This frequency is used as the reference for acceleration/deceleration time. Output frequency 80Hz 60Hz is increased, adjust the upper limit frequency [Parameter setting] Title Maximum frequency...
  • Page 83: Base Frequency

    [Parameter setting] Title Function Upper limit frequency Lower limit frequency Base frequency : Base frequency 1 : Base frequency voltage 1 • Function Sets the base frequency and the base frequency voltage in conformance with load specifications or the Base frequency. Note: This is an important parameter that determines the constant torque control area.
  • Page 84: Selecting Control Mode

    5.10 Selecting control mode : V/F control mode selection • Function With VF-FS1, the V/F controls shown below can be selected. V/F constant Variable torque Automatic torque boost control Vector control Energy saving PM motor control [Parameter setting] Title V/F control mode selection...
  • Page 85 Warning: When setting the V/F control mode selection parameter ( to set at least the following parameters. (Motor rated current): See the motor's nameplate. (No-load current of motor): Refer to the motor test report. (Rated rotational speed of motor): See the motor's nameplate. Set also other torque boost parameters ( 1) Constant torque characteristics Setting of V/F control mode selection...
  • Page 86 Motor constant must be set If the motor you are using is a 4P Toshiba standard motor and if it has the same capacity as the inverter, there is basically no need to set the motor constant. In any other case, be sure to set the parameters properly.
  • Page 87 Motor constant must be set If the motor you are using is a 4P Toshiba standard motor and if it has the same capacity as the inverter, there is basically no need to set the motor constant. In any other case, be sure to set the parameters properly.
  • Page 88 5) Use a motor that has 2-8 P. 6) Always operate the motor in single operation (one inverter to one motor). Sensorless vector control cannot be used when one inverter is operated with more than one motor. 7) The maximum length of wires between the inverter and motor is 30 meters. If the wires are longer than 30 meters, set standard auto-tuning with the wires connected to improve low-speed torque during sensorless vector control.
  • Page 89 Relationship between V/F control mode selection ( parameter Title Function Base frequency 1 Base frequency voltage 1 Torque boost value 1 Base frequency 2 Base frequency voltage 2 Torque boost value 2 Auto-tuning Slip frequency gain Automatic torque boost value Motor rated current Motor no-load current Motor rated speed...
  • Page 90: Manual Torque Boost - Increasing Torque Boost At Low Speeds

    5.11 Manual torque boost - increasing torque boost at low speeds : Torque boost 1 • Function If torque is inadequate at low speeds, increase torque by raising the torque boost rate with this parameter. Base frequency voltage [Parameter setting] Title Torque boost 1 Valid when...
  • Page 91 [Parameter setting] Title Function Motor electronic thermal protection level 1 Electronic-thermal protection characteristic selection Motor electronic-thermal protection level 2 Motor 150%-overload time limit Thermal memory selection 1) Setting the electronic thermal protection characteristics selection motor electronic thermal protection level 1 The electronic thermal protection characteristics selection overload trip function ( ) and the overload stall function.
  • Page 92 Setting of electronic thermal protection characteristics selection Setting value Setting of motor electronic thermal protection level 1 If the capacity of the motor is smaller than the capacity of the inverter, or the rated current of the motor is smaller than the rated current of the inverter, adjust the electronic thermal protection level 1 that it fits the motor's rated current.
  • Page 93 [Using a VF motor (motor for use with inverter)] Setting of electronic thermal protection characteristics selection Setting value Overload protection × × VF motors (motors designed for use with inverters) can be used in frequency ranges lower than those for standard motors, but their cooling efficiency decreases at frequencies below 6Hz. Setting of motor electronic thermal protection level 1 If the capacity of the motor is smaller than the capacity of the inverter, or the rated current of the motor is smaller than the rated current of the inverter, adjust the electronic thermal protection level 1...
  • Page 94: Preset-speed Operation (speeds In 7 Steps

    Inverter overload Time [sec] 0.25 4) Thermal memory selection At the main power off, it is selectable whether retention of electric thermal calculation values or not. : Incase of not activated The calculated value of the electric thermal is not memorized at power-off. The calculated value of the electric thermal and the trip state can always be reset.
  • Page 95 Preset-speed frequency setting Set the speed (frequency) of the number of steps necessary. Title Preset-speed operation frequencies 1 Preset-speed operation frequencies 2 Preset-speed operation frequencies 3 Preset-speed operation frequencies 4 Preset-speed operation frequencies 5 Preset-speed operation frequencies 6 Preset-speed operation frequencies 7 Examples of preset-speed contact input signals: Slide switch SW4 set to sink logic O: ON -: OFF (Speed commands other than preset-speed commands are valid when all are OFF) Preset-speed...
  • Page 96 Using other speed commands with preset-speed command Command mode 0: Terminal board selection 1: VIA Frequency setting 2: VIB 3: Operation mode selection 5: UP/DOWN Entered Preset-speed command valid Note) Preset- speed command Terminal command entered valid Note: The preset-speed command is always given priority when other speed commands are input at the same time.
  • Page 97: Extended Parameters

    6. Extended parameters Extended parameters are provided for sophisticated operation, fine adjustment and other special purposes. Modify parameter settings as required. ⇒ See section 11, table of extended parameters. Input/output parameters 6.1.1 Low-speed signal : Low-speed signal output frequency • Function When the output frequency exceeds the setting of can be used as an electromagnetic brake excitation/release signal.
  • Page 98      An example of the connection of the relay output terminals • Output terminal setting Output of the low-speed signal (ON signal) between the RY and RC terminals is the factory default setting of the output terminal selection parameter. This setting must be changed to invert the polarity of the signal.
  • Page 99 Designated frequency + Designated frequency Designated frequency − Set frequency speed reach signal RY-RC FLA/FLC/FLB Set frquency spped reach signal: Inverted 6.1.3 Output of set frequency speed reach signal : Speed reach setting frequency : Speed reach detection band • Function When the output frequency becomes equal to the frequency set by OFF signal is generated.
  • Page 100: Input Signal Selection

    If the detection band value + the set frequency is less than the designated frequency Input signal selection 6.2.1 Changing the functions of VIA terminal : VIA terminal function selection • Function This parameter allows you to choose between signal input and contact signal input for the VIA terminal. [Parameter setting] Title Analog/contact input...
  • Page 101: Terminal Function Selection

    Terminal function selection 6.3.1 Keeping an input terminal function always active (ON) : Always-active function selection 1 : Always-active function selection 2 • Function This parameter specifies an input terminal function that is always to be kept active (ON). [Parameter setting] Title Always-active function selection 1 Always-active function selection 2...
  • Page 102 • Function Use the above parameters to send signals from an external programmable controller to various control input terminals to operate and/or set the inverter. The desired contact input terminal functions can be selected from 57 types (0 to 71). This gives system design flexibility.
  • Page 103 Connection method 1) A-contact input Inverter Input terminal 2) Connection with transistor output Programmable controller Inverter Input terminal Interface between programmable controller and inverter Note: When using a programmable controller with open collector outputs for control, connect it to the PCL terminal, as shown in the figure below, to prevent the inverter from malfunctioning because of a current that flows in.
  • Page 104: Modifying Output Terminal Functions

    3) Sink (Negative) logic / Source (Positive) logic input Sink logic/source logic (input terminal logic) switching is possible. ⇒ For more details, see section 2.3.2. 6.3.3 Modifying output terminal functions : Output terminal selection 1A (RY-RC) : Output terminal selection 3 (FLA, FLB, FLC) •...
  • Page 105 Assigning one function to an output terminal Terminal Title symbol RY - RC Output terminal selection 1A Output terminal selection 3 (A, B, C ) When assigning one function to RY-RC terminals, set parameter Do not change but leave parameters (Default setting: =255, 6.3.4...
  • Page 106 (1) A signal is sent out when the two functions assigned are activated simultaneously. Terminal symbol RY-RC RY-RC Two different functions can be assigned to terminals RY-RC. If parameter activated simultaneously. Terminals RY-RC: Send out a signal when the functions assigned with simultaneously.
  • Page 107: Input Terminal Function

    (2) A signal is sent out when either of the two functions assigned is activated. Terminal Title symbol RY - RC Output terminal selection 1A RY - RC Output terminal selection 1B RY - RC Output terminal logic selection Two different functions can be assigned to terminals RY-RC. If parameter is set to , a signal will be sent out when either of the two functions assigned is...
  • Page 108 6.3.5 Comparing the frequency command values : Frequency command agreement detection range : Frequency setting mode selection 1 : Frequency setting mode selection 2 • Function If the frequency command value specified using frequency command value from the VIA and VIB terminal with an accuracy of ± OFF signal will be sent out.
  • Page 109: Basic Parameters 2

    Basic parameters 2 6.4.1 Switching motor characteristics via terminal input : Base frequency 2 : Base frequency voltage 2 : Torque boost 2 : Motor electronic-thermal protection level 2 : Stall prevention level 2 • Function Use the above parameters to switch the operation of two motors with a single inverter and to select motor V/F characteristics (two types) according to the particular needs or operation mode.
  • Page 110: Frequency Priority Selection

    Setting of switching terminals The terminal for switching to motor 2 needs to be set, since this function is not assigned under the default setting. Assign this function to an idle terminal. The parameters to be switched depend on the particular identification number of the input terminal selection function.
  • Page 111 [Parameter setting] Title Function Frequency setting mode selection 1 Frequency priority selection Frequency setting mode selection 2 1) External switching (Input terminal function 38 : FCHG enabled) Frequency priority selection parameter Switching between the command specified with from a terminal board. To do so, however, the frequency command forced switching function (input terminal function selection: 38) needs to be set beforehand to an input terminal board.
  • Page 112: Setting Frequency Command Characteristics

    6.5.2 Setting frequency command characteristics : VIA input point 1 setting : VIA input point 1 frequency : VIA input point 2 setting : VIA input point 2 frequency : VIB input point 1 setting : VIB input point 1 frequency : VIB input point 2 setting : VIB input point 2 frequency : Communication command point 1 setting...
  • Page 113 [Parameter setting] Title Function VIA input point 1 setting VIA input point 1 frequency VIA input point 2 setting VIA input point 2 frequency VIB input point 1 setting VIB input point 1 frequency VIB input point 2 setting VIB input point 2 frequency Communication command point 1 setting Communication command point 1 frequency Communication command point 2 setting...
  • Page 114 6.5.3 Setting of frequency with the input from an external contact : External contact input - UP response time : External contact input - UP frequency steps : External contact input - DOWN response time : External contact input - DOWN frequency steps : Initial up/down frequency : Change of the initial up/down frequency •...
  • Page 115: Operation Frequency

    <<Sample sequence diagram 1: Adjustment with continuous signals>> RUN command Incrementing (UP) signal Decrementing (DOWN) signal Set frequency clearing signal Upper limit frequency Gradient Lower limit frequency Frequency 0 Hz The dotted line denotes the output frequency obtained by combining the slowdown speed and the panel frequency adjustment speed.
  • Page 116 <<Sample sequence diagram 2: Adjustment with pulse signals>> If two signals are impressed simultaneously • If a clear single and an up or down signal are impressed simultaneously, priority will be given to the clear signal. • If up and down signals are impressed simultaneously, The frequency will change at the specified up or down rate.
  • Page 117: Fine Adjustment Of Frequency Setting Signal

    6.5.4 Fine adjustment of frequency setting signal : VIA input bias : VIA input gain : VIB input bias : VIB input gain • Function These parameters are used to fine adjust the relation between the frequency setting signal input through the analog input terminals VIA and VIB and the output frequency.
  • Page 118: Operation Frequency

    Operation frequency 6.6.1 Starting frequency : Starting frequency setting • Function The frequency set with Use the acceleration/deceleration time is probably affecting operation. Setting the starting frequency to a value from 0.5 to 3Hz is recommended. The occurrence of an overcurrent can be suppressed by setting this frequency below the rated slippage of the motor.
  • Page 119: Dc Braking

    DC braking 6.7.1 DC braking : DC braking starting frequency : DC braking current : DC braking time • Function A large braking torque can be obtained by applying a direct current to the motor. These parameters set the direct current to be applied to the motor, the application time and the starting frequency. [Parameter setting] Title DC braking starting frequency...
  • Page 120: Auto-stop In Case Of Lower-limit Frequency Continuous Operation

    Auto-stop in case of lower-limit frequency continuous operation 6.8.1 Auto-stop in case of lower-limit frequency continuous operation : Auto-stop in case of lower-limit frequency continuous operation • Function If operation is carried out continuously at a frequency command below the lower-limit frequency ( the period of time set with time, “...
  • Page 121: Jump Frequency-jumping Resonant Frequencies

    Jump frequency - jumping resonant frequencies : Jump frequency 1 : Jumping width 1 : Jump frequency 2 : Jumping width 2 : Jump frequency 3 : Jumping width 3 • Function Resonance due to the natural frequency of the mechanical system can be avoided by jumping the resonant frequency during operation.
  • Page 122: Bumpless Operation

    6.10 Bumpless operation : Bumpless operation selection • Function When switching from Remote mode to Local mode using operating frequency at Remote mode are moved to Local mode. By contraries, when switching from Local mode to Remote mode, they are not moved to Remote mode.
  • Page 123: Pwm Carrier Frequency

    6.11 PWM carrier frequency : PWM carrier frequency : Random mode : Carrier frequency control mode selection • Function 1) The parameter allows the tone of the magnetic noise from the motor to be changed by switching the PWM carrier frequency. This parameter is also effective in preventing the motor from resonating with its load machine or its fan cover.
  • Page 124 Reduction of rated current. [200V Class for IP20] 0.4-0.75kW Output current 100% Switching frequency (kHz) 3.7kW Output current 100% Switching frequency (kHz) 11kW Output current 100% Switching frequency (kHz) 22kW Output current 100% Coming soon Switching frequency (kHz) 1.5kW Output current 100% Switching frequency (kHz) 5.5kW...
  • Page 125 [400V Class for IP20] 0.4-0.75kW Output current 100% Switching frequency (kHz) 3.7kW Output current 100% Switching frequency (kHz) 11kW Output current 100% Switching frequency (kHz) 22kW Output current 100% Coming soon Switching frequency (kHz) 1.5kW Output current 100% Switching frequency (kHz) 5.5kW Output current 100%...
  • Page 126 The currents in the above figure are used as the basis to make calculations for inverter overload trip ( is set to which the carrier frequency is decreased automatically. Random control is exercised when the motor is operated in a low-frequency range where it produces annoying magnetic noise.
  • Page 127: Trip-less Intensification

    6.12 Trip-less intensification 6.12.1 Auto-restart (Restart of coasting motor) : Auto-restart control selection • Stand clear of motors and mechanical equipment If the motor stops due to a momentary power failure, the equipment will start suddenly when power is restored. This could result in unexpected injury.
  • Page 128 2) Restarting motor during coasting (Motor speed search function) Setting then ON again. Note: The terminal function ST needs to be assigned to an input terminal, using the parameters 3) Motor speed search at starting When This function is useful especially when the motor is not operated by the inverter but it is running because of external force.
  • Page 129 6.12.2 Instantaneous power failure coast stop selection : Instantaneous power failure coast stop selection • Function Coast stop in the event of momentary power failure: If a momentary power failure occurs during operation, the inverter coast stops forcibly. When operation is stopped, the message “ displayed (alternately) on the operation panel.
  • Page 130: Retry Function

    6.12.3 Retry function : Retry selection (Selecting the number of times) • Do not go near the motor in alarm-stop status when the retry function is selected. The motor may suddenly restart, which could result in injury. • Take measures for safety, e.g. attach a cover to the motor, to prevent accidents if the motor suddenly Mandatory restarts.
  • Page 131 E6581381 Protective operation detection relay signals (FLA, FLB, FLC terminal signals) are not sent during use of the retry function. (Default setting) To allow a signal to be sent to the protective action detection relay (FLA, B and C terminals) even during the retry process, assign the function 36 or 37 to A virtual cooling time is provided for overload tripping ( In this case, the retry function operates after the virtual cooling time and retry time.
  • Page 132: Avoiding Overvoltage Tripping

    6.12.4 Avoiding overvoltage tripping : Overvoltage limit operation : Overvoltage stall protection level • Function These parameters are used to keep the output frequency constant or increase it to prevent overvoltage tripping in case the voltage in the DC section rises during deceleration or varying speed operation.
  • Page 133 6.12.5 Output voltage adjustment/Supply voltage correction : Base frequency voltage 1 : Supply voltage correction (output voltage adjustment) • Function Base frequency voltage1 parameter adjusts the voltage corresponding to the base frequency 1 voltage exceeding the to either "0" or "1".) Supply voltage correction parameter maintains a constant V/F ratio, even when the input voltage decreases.
  • Page 134: Canceling The Operation Command

    [0: Supply voltage uncorrected, output voltage limited] ×Input voltage Rated voltage Output frequency * The above applies when V/F control mode selection parameter Rated voltage [2: Supply voltage uncorrected, output voltage unlimited] ×Input voltage Rated voltage Output frequency * The above applies when V/F control mode selection parameter is set to "0"...
  • Page 135 6.13 Droop control  : Droop gain  : Droop insensitive torque band • Function The motor is allowed to “slip” according to the load torque current. Using these parameters, the insensitive torque band and the gain can be adjusted. [Parameter setting] Title Droop gain...
  • Page 136 The droop control function refers to the function of operating the power-running motor at operating frequency f torque current is T • The droop frequency ∆f can be calculated, using the following expression. Droop frequency ∆f (Hz)=base frequency • When the torque current is above the specified droop insensitive torque band ( reduced during power running or increased during regenerative braking.
  • Page 137: Conducting Pid Control

    6.14 Conducting PID control : PID control waiting time : PID control : Proportional gain : Integral gain : Differential gain • Function Using feedback signals (4 to 20mA, 0 to 10V) from a detector, process control can be exercised, for example, to keep the airflow, amount of flow or pressure constant.
  • Page 138 2) Types of PID control interfaces Process quantity input data (frequency) and feedback input data can be combined as follows for the PID control of the VF-FS1: Process quantity input data (frequency setting) Setting method (1) External analog setting VIA (DC: 4-20mA / 0-10V)
  • Page 139 (P-gain adjustment parameter) This parameter adjusts the proportional gain level during PID control. A correction value proportional to the particular deviation (the difference between the set frequency and the feedback value) is obtained by multiplying this deviation by the parameter setting. A larger P-gain adjustment value gives faster response.
  • Page 140 (D-gain adjustment parameter) This parameter adjusts the differential gain level during PID control. This gain increases the speed of response to a rapid change in deviation (difference between the frequency setting and the amount of feedback). Note that setting the gain more than necessary may cause great fluctuations in output frequency, and thus operation to become unstable.
  • Page 141: Setting Motor Constants

    6.15 Setting motor constants 6.15.1 Setting motor constants 1 : Auto-tuning : Slip frequency gain : Autmatic torque boost value : Motor rated current : Motor no-load current : Motor rated speed : Speed control response coefficient : Speed control stable coefficient To use vector control, automatic torque boost and automatic energy saving, motor constant setting (motor tuning) is required.
  • Page 142 [Selection 1: Setting vector control and auto-tuning independently] This method sets energy-saving,sensorless vector control, automatic torque boost, and auto-tuning independently. Specify the control mode selection parameter ( Set the auto-tuning parameter (Auto-tuning enabled) [Parameter setting] Title Auto-tuning (1) At least, set the following parameters, as specified on the nameplate of the motor. Title Base frequency 1 Base frequency voltage 1...
  • Page 143 [Selection 2: Setting vector control and manual tuning independently] If an " " tuning error is displayed during auto-tuning or when vector control characteristics are to be improved, independent motor constants can be set. Title Function Slip frequency gain Automatic torque boost value Motor rated current Motor no-load current Motor rated rotational speed...
  • Page 144 : Using this parameter along with : Using this parameter along with * How to make adjustments according to the moment of inertia of the load The moment of inertia of the load (including that of the motor shaft) was set at the factory on the assumption that it would be three times as large as that of the motor shaft.
  • Page 145 : There is no need to adjust this parameter under normal conditions. (Do not change the setting, unless otherwise instructed by Toshiba technical staff) : Specify a larger value for to secure as high an output voltage as possible in a region (region where magnetic field is weak) above the base frequency.
  • Page 146: Acceleration/deceleration Time 2

    6.16 Acceleration/deceleration time 2 6.16.1 Selecting an acceleration/deceleration pattern : Acceleration/deceleration 1 pattern : S-pattern lower-limit adjustment amount : S-pattern upper-limit adjustment amount • Function These parameters allow you to select an acceleration/deceleration pattern that suits the intended use. Title Acceleration/ deceleration 1 pattern S-pattern lower-limit adjustment amount...
  • Page 147 S-pattern acceleration/deceleration Select this pattern to obtain slow acceleration in a demagnetizing region with a small motor acceleration torque. This pattern is suitable for high-speed spindle operation. 6.16.2 Switching acceleration/deceleration time 1 and 2 : Acceleration time 2 : Deceleration time 2 : Acceleration/deceleration 2 pattern : Selecting an acceleration/deceleration pattern : Acceleration/deceleration 1 and 2 switching frequency...
  • Page 148 Title Acceleration time 2 Deceleration time 2 Selecting an acceleration/deceleration pattern Selection using parameters Output frequency [Hz] = = Acceleration/deceleration time 1 is initially set as the default. Acceleration/deceleration time 2 can be selected by changing the setting of the Enabled if Switching by frequencies - Switching the acceleration/deceleration time automatically at the frequency setting of...
  • Page 149 (1) Acceleration at the gradient corresponding to acceleration time (2) Acceleration at the gradient corresponding to acceleration time Switching using external terminals - Switching the acceleration/deceleration time via external terminals (1) Acceleration at the gradient corresponding to acceleration time (2) Acceleration at the gradient corresponding to acceleration time (3) Deceleration at the gradient corresponding to deceleration time...
  • Page 150: Protection Functions

    How to set parameters a) Operating method: Terminal input Set the operation control mode selection b) Use the RES terminal for switching. (Instead, other terminals may be used.) RES: Acceleration/deceleration switching signal Title Input terminal selection 3 (RES) Acceleration/ deceleration pattern Acceleration/deceleration patterns can be selected individually, using the acceleration/deceleration 1, 2 and 3 parameters.
  • Page 151 • Function This parameter allows selection of the appropriate electronic thermal protection characteristics according to the particular rating and characteristics of the motor. [Parameter setting] Title Motor electronic thermal protection level 1 Motor electronic thermal protection level 2 Motor 150%-overload time limit Motor electric-thermal protection retention selection ⇒...
  • Page 152 [Display during operation of the stall prevention] During an the output frequency changes. At the same time, to the left of this value, " " is displayed flashing on and off. Example of display The switching from ⇒ For more details, see section 6.4.1. Note: The 100% standard value is the rated output current indicated on the nameplate.
  • Page 153: Emergency Stop

    6.17.4 Emergency stop : Emergency stop : Emergency DC braking time • Function These parameters allow you to specify how to stop operation using an external control device when an external trip occurs. When operation is stopped, the trip When setting (emergency braking time) 1) External trip stop via terminals The external trip stop function can be executed via the a-contact.
  • Page 154: Output Phase Failure Detection

    6.17.5 Output phase failure detection : Output phase failure detection mode selection • Function This parameter detects inverter output Phase failure. If the Phase failure status persists for one second or more, the tripping function and the FL relay will be activated. At the same time, a trip information inverter operation.
  • Page 155 6.17.6 Input phase failure detection : Input phase failure detection mode selection • Function This parameter detects inverter input Phase failure. If the abnormal voltage status of main circuit capacitor persists for few minutes or more, the tripping function and the FL relay will be activated. Therefore, input phase failures cannot always be detected.
  • Page 156 Title Small current detection current hysteresis Small current trip/alarm selection Small current detection current Small current detection time <Example of operation> Output terminal function: 24 (UC) Low current detection (Alarm only) Low current signal output Output current (%) When setting the low current signal remains ON.
  • Page 157 Title Function Detection of output short-circuit during start-up 6.17.9 Over-torque trip : Over-torque trip/alarm selection : Over-torque detection level : Over-torque detection time : Over-torque detection level hysteresis • Function Use the parameter to trip the inverter or to output the alarm if a torque currrent exceeding the -specified level flows for more than the as "...
  • Page 158 <Example of operation> 1) Output terminal function: 12 (OT) Over-torque detection Over-torque signal output − Torque current (%) When . In such a case, the over-torque signal remains ON. 2) Output terminal function: 20 (POT) Over-torque detection pre-alarm Over-torque pre-alarm Signal output ×...
  • Page 159: Cumulative Operation Time Alarm Setting

    6.17.10 Cumulative operation time alarm setting : Cumulative operation time alarm setting • Function This parameter allows you to set the inverter so that it will put out an alarm signal after a lapse of the cumulative operation time set with "0.1"...
  • Page 160: Undervoltage Trip

    6.17.12 Undervoltage trip : Undervoltage trip/alarm selection • Function This parameter is used for selecting the control mode when an undervoltage is detected. Trip information is displayed as " = : The inverter is stopped. However, it is not tripped (Failure signal FL not activated). The inverter is stopped when the voltage does not exceed 60 % or less of its rating.
  • Page 161 6.17.13 Trip at VIA low level input mode : Trip at VIA low level input mode • Function The inverter will trip if the VIA value remains below the specified value for about 0.3 seconds. In such a case, " "...
  • Page 162 6.17.15 Motor PTC thermal protection : PTC thermal selection : Resistor value for PTC detection • Function This function is used to protect motor from overheating using the signal of PTC built-in motor. The trip display is “0Hz”. [Parameter setting] Title PTC thermal selection PTC detection resistor value...
  • Page 163 6.17.16 Evasion from Overvoltage and Imput phase failure : Power supply compensation filter : Inhibitor filter : Inhibitor gain • Function When connecting input reactor or voltage regulator or the impedance of power supply is too big, the following phenomenon are happened. •...
  • Page 164: Forced Fire-speed Control Function

    6.18 Forced fire-speed control function : Forced fire-speed control function : Forced fire-speed setting frequency • Function Forced fire-speed control is used when operating the motor at the specified frequency in case of an emergency. Two kind of operation are selectable by assignment of terminal board function. (1)Input terminal function 52 (FORCE) : Input signal is kept to hold once signal is ON.
  • Page 165: Adjustment Parameters

    6.19 Adjustment parameters 6.19.1 Calibration of analog outputs : Inclination characteristic of analog output : Bias of analog output • Function Output signals from FM terminals are analog voltage signals. Their standard setting range is from 0 to 7.5Vdc. Using the FM (SW2) slide switch in the inverter, you can switch to 0-20mA output. Also, using these parameters, you can calibrate the output to 4-20mAdc or 20-4mAdc.
  • Page 166: Operation Panel Parameter

    6.20 Operation panel parameter 6.20.1 Prohibition of key operations and parameter settings : Prohibition of parameter change : Prohibition of frequency setting on the operation panel (FC) : Prohibition of panel local/remote operation (LOC/REM key) : Prohibition of panel operation (RUN/STOP keys) : Prohibition of panel emergency stop operation : Prohibition of panel reset operation •...
  • Page 167 6.20.2 Changing the unit to A / V :Current / voltage unit • Function These parameters are used to change the unit of monitor display. % ⇔ A (ampere) / V (volt) Example of setting During the operation of the VFFS1-2037PM (rated current: 17.5A) at the rated load (100% load), units are displayed as follows: 1) Display in percentage terms Output current:...
  • Page 168 6.20.3 Displaying the rotational speed of the motor or the line speed : Frequency free unit magnification : Inclination characteristic of free unit display : Bias of free unit display • Function The frequency or any other item displayed on the monitor can be converted freely into the rotational speed of the motor, the operating speed of the load, and so on.
  • Page 169 Title Function 0.00: Free unit display disabled (display of Frequency free unit magnification 0.01-200.0 Inclination 0: Negative inclination (downward slope) characteristic of free 1: Positive inclination (upward slope) unit display Bias of free unit 0.00- display converts the following parameter settings: •...
  • Page 170: Changing The Steps In Which The Value Displayed Changes

    6.20.4 Changing the steps in which the value displayed changes : Free step 1 (pressing a panel key once) : Free step 2 (panel display) • Function These parameters are used to specify steps in which the command value or standard monitor output frequency displayed on the panel changes each time you press the on the operation panel.
  • Page 171 Example of setting 2 When =1.00 (Hz), and Each time you press the key, the frequency setting (Hz) and also the value displayed on the operation panel changes in steps of 1. Use these settings to hide decimal fractions and also the value displayed on the operation panel changes in steps of 1. Use these settings to hide decimal fractions.
  • Page 172: Selection Of Operation Panel Stop Pattern

    6.20.6 Selection of operation panel stop pattern : Selection of operation panel stop pattern • Function This parameter are used to select a mode in which the motor started by pressing the operation panel is stopped when the Slowdown stop The motor slows down to a stop in the deceleration time set with Coast stop The inverter cuts off power supply to the motor.
  • Page 173 [Parameter setting] Title Function Integral output power retention selection Display unit selection for integral output power Adjustment range 0: Disabled 1: Enabled 0: 1 = 1 kWh 1: 0.1 = 1 kWh 2: 0.01 = 1 kWh 3: 0.001 = 1 kWh F-77 E6581381 Default setting...
  • Page 174: Communication Function (common Serial

    • Function Function The VF-FS1 Series allows a data communication network to be constructed for exchanging data between a host computer or controller (referred to collectively as the computer) and the inverter by connecting an internal RS485 communication function or optional USB communication conversion unit.
  • Page 175 3: Master (transmission of frequency commands) 4: Master (transmission of output frequency signals) 0-100 (%) 0-200.0 (Hz) 0-100 (%) 0.0-200.0 (Hz) 0: Toshiba inverter protocol 1: ModbusRTU protocol 2: Metasys N2 protocol 3: APOGEE FLN protocol 4: BAC-net protocol F-79 E6581381 Default setting 0.00...
  • Page 176 Title Operation at communication error by disconnection Number of motor poles for communication Block write data 1 Block write data 2 Block read data 1 Block read data 2 Block read data 3 Block read data 4 Block read data 5 Free notes * Disabled...
  • Page 177 Error detection Character transmission format Order of bit transmission Frame length Example of connection for RS485-communication <Example of connection> Host computer VF-FS1 ) or the frequency setting mode ( Specifications 2-wire, Half-duplex Centralized control Asynchronous Default: 19200 baud (parameter setting)
  • Page 178 As a result, only the selected inverter starts operating in accordance with the operation frequency command by communicating independently. For details of the communication function, refer to the separate instruction manual, “VF-FS1 Serial Communication Function”. Note :      ...
  • Page 179: Parameters For Options

    Step-out detection time High-speed torque adjustment coefficient Note 1: When using an PM motor, consult your Toshiba dealer, since the inverter is not compatible with all types of PM motors. Note 2: The inverter may fail to detect step-out in some cases, because it uses an electrical method to detect step-out.
  • Page 181: Applied Operation

    7. Applied operation Applied operation can be performed by selecting the frequency mode and command mode setting. However in case the LOCAL mode is selected by command mode are fixed operation panel key setting mode. The following explanations are applied REMOTE mode only.
  • Page 182 (3) Input voltage setting 1 (0 to 10 Vdc) Voltage signal Use the parameters setting. (5) Input current setting (4 to 20 mAdc) Current signal Use parameters setting. : 20%) (4) Input voltage setting 2 (0 to 10 Vdc) Voltage signal STOP for this Use the parameters...
  • Page 183 (7) Preset-speed R (SS1) RES (SS2) VIA (SS3) STOP (Terminal board) : 1-7-speed run To select 7-speed run, use the terminals R, RES and VIA. (Allocation of SS1) (Allocation of SS2) (Allocation of SS3) (VIA-contact input (Sink)) (8) Voltage/current switching 1 RES (FCHG) Current signal Voltage signal...
  • Page 184 (9) Voltage/current switching 2 Current signal Voltage signal (11) Switching between analog setting and terminal setting from the operation panel RES (FCHG) Voltage/current signal Voltage signal To switch to command through FCHG. (10) Switching between analog setting and preset Voltage/current signal Voltage STOP...
  • Page 185: Setting The Operation Mode

    (13)Switching between communication and terminal control (SC/LC) Connector for commucation Setting the operation mode Applied operation can be performed by selecting the operation mode. To set the operation mode, use the basic parameter (command mode selection) and the input terminal selection parameter. Operation panel operation (Operation panel) Communication command fa00h 14bit: 1...
  • Page 186 Operation from an external input device Connector for communication (Serial communication) Switching from communication to the terminal board STOP Remote control can be switched forcefully to terminal control from the external SC/LC by setting the remote command fa00h 15-bit at 1. Operation is controlled from the terminal board.
  • Page 187: Monitoring The Operation Status

    8. Monitoring the operation status Refer to section 4.1 about flow of monitor. Status monitor mode 8.1.1 Status monitor under normal conditions In this mode, you can monitor the operation status of the inverter. To display the operation status during normal operation: Press the key twice.
  • Page 188 (Continued) Item displayed Note 4 Input terminal Output terminal CPU1 version CPU2 version Memory version PID feedback Frequency command value (PID-computed) Integral input Note 5 power Integral output Note 5 power Rated current Output speed Communication counter Normal state communication counter (Continued overleaf) Communic...
  • Page 189 (Continued) Item displayed operated Note 6 Past trip 1 Note 6 Past trip 2 Note 6 Past trip 3 Note 6 Past trip 4 Note 7 Parts replacement alarm information Cumulative Note 8 operation time Default display MODE mode Communic display ation No.
  • Page 190: Display Of Detailed Information On A Past Trip

    8.1.2 Display of detailed information on a past trip Details on a past trip (of trips 1 to 4) can be displayed, as shown in the table below, by pressing the when the trip record is selected in the status monitor mode. Unlike the "Display of detailed trip information at the occurrence of a trip"...
  • Page 191: Display Of Trip Information

    Display of trip information 8.2.1 Trip code display If the inverter trips, an error code is displayed to suggest the cause. Since trip records are retained, information on each trip can be displayed anytime in the status monitor mode. Display of trip information Failure Error code code...
  • Page 192 (Continued) Error code Note: Past trip records (trip records retained or trips that occurred in the past) can be called up. ⇒ See section 8.1 "Status monitor mode" for the call-up procedure. (*) Strictly speaking, this code is not an error code; this code is displayed to show the absence of error when the past trip monitor mode is selected.
  • Page 193 (Continued) Item displayed operated Torque Torque current Inverter load factor Input power Output power Operation frequency Note 4 Input terminal Output terminal CPU1 version CPU2 version Memory version PID feedback Frequency command value (PID-computed) Integral input power (Continued overleaf) Communic display ation No.
  • Page 194 (Continued) Item displayed Integral output power Rated current Output speed Communication counter Normal state communication counter Past trip 1 Note 6 Note 6 Past trip 2 Note 6 Past trip 3 Note 6 Past trip 4 Parts replacement Note 7 alarm information Cumulative Note 8...
  • Page 195 Note 4: The number of bars displayed varies depending on the setting of function selection). The bar representing VIA is displayed only when the logic input function is assigned to the VIA terminal, respectively. : The bar representing VIA is not displayed. : The bar representing VIA is displayed.
  • Page 197: Measures To Satisfy The Standards

    Inverters themselves are not subject to approval for CE marking. The CE mark must be put on every final product that includes an inverter(s) and a motor(s). The VF-FS1 series of inverters complies with the EMC directive if an EMI filter recommended by Toshiba is connected to it and wiring is carried out correctly.
  • Page 198: Measures To Satisfy The Emc Directive

    Category Radiation noise Emission Transmission noise Static discharge Radioactive radio-frequency magnetic contactor field First transient burst Immunity Lightning surge Radio-frequency induction/transmission interference Voltage dip/Interruption of power Emission standards other than the above are applied to inverters when used in a commercial environment but not an industrial environment.
  • Page 199 Three-phase 400V class Transmission noise EN61800-3, 1st Environment, C2 Inverter Applicable filters VFFS1-4004PL With a built-in filter VFFS1-4007PL With a built-in filter VFFS1-4015PL With a built-in filter VFFS1-4022PL With a built-in filter VFFS1-4037PL With a built-in filter VFFS1-4055PL With a built-in filter VFFS1-4075PL With a built-in filter VFFS1-4110PL...
  • Page 200 9.1.3 About the low-voltage directive The low-voltage directive provides for the safety of machines and systems. All Toshiba inverters are CE-marked in accordance with the standard EN 50178 specified by the low-voltage directive, and can therefore be installed in machines or systems and imported without problem to European countries.
  • Page 201: Compliance With Ul Standard And Csa Standard

    Install a non-fuse circuit breaker or a fuse on the input side of the inverter. Compliance with UL Standard and CSA Standard The VF-FS1 models, that conform to the UL Standard and CSA Standard have the UL/CSA mark on the nameplate.
  • Page 202 AIC, Fuse and Wire sizes Capacity of Voltage applicable Inverter model class motor (kW) VFFS1-2004PM 0.75 VFFS1-2007PM VFFS1-2015PM VFFS1-2022PM VFFS1-2037PM VFFS1-2055PM Three-phase 200V class VFFS1-2075PM VFFS1-2110PM VFFS1-2150PM 18.5 VFFS1-2185PM VFFS1-2220PM VFFS1-2300PM VFFS1-4004PL 0.75 VFFS1-4007PL VFFS1-4015PL VFFS1-4022PL VFFS1-4037PL VFFS1-4055PL Three-phase 400V class VFFS1-4075PL VFFS1-4110PL VFFS1-4150PL...
  • Page 203: Peripheral Devices

    10. Peripheral devices • When using switchgear for the inverter, it must be installed in a cabinet. Failure to do so can lead to risk of electric shock and can result in death or serious injury. Mandatory • Connect earth cables securely. Failure to do so can lead to risk of electric shock or fire in case of a failure or short-circuit or electric leak.
  • Page 204 400V class Note 4) Note 1: Selections for use of the Toshiba 4-pole standard motor with power supply voltage of 200V/400V-50Hz. Note 2: Choose the MCCB according to the power supply capacity. For comply with UL and CSA standard, use the fuse certified by UL and CSA.
  • Page 205: Installation Of A Magnetic Contactor

    10.2 Installation of a magnetic contactor If using the inverter without installing a magnetic contactor (MC) in the primary circuit, use an MCCB (with a power cutoff device) to open the primary circuit when the inverter protective circuit is activated. Magnetic contactor in the primary circuit To detach the inverter from the power supply in any of the following cases, insert a magnetic contactor (primary-side magnetic contactor) between the inverter and the power supply.
  • Page 206: Installation Of An Overload Relay

    • When operating a single motor with an output smaller than that of the applicable standard motor or more than one motor simultaneously. When using the VF-FS1 inverter to operate a constant-torque motor, such as the Toshiba VF motor, adjust the protection characteristic of the electronic thermal protection unit ( It is recommended to use a motor with a thermal relay embedded in the motor coil to give sufficient protection to the motor, especially when it runs in a low-speed range.
  • Page 207: Optional External Devices

    10.4 Optional external devices The following external devices are optionally available for the VF-FS1 series of inverters. Parameter writer Extension panel ® (10) Internal LonWorks communication circuit board ® (11) Internal Metasys N2 communication circuit board (12) Internal Siemens APOGEE...
  • Page 209: Table Of Parameters And Data

    11.Table of parameters and data 11.1 User parameters Title Function Operation frequency of operation panel 11.2 Basic parameters Communication Title Function Wizard function History function 0000 Automatic acceleration/ deceleration 0040 Parameter setting macro function 0003 Command mode selection 0004 Frequency setting mode selection 1 Minimum setting unit...
  • Page 210 Communication Title Function 0005 Meter selection 0006 Meter adjustment 0007 Default setting 0008 Forward/reverse run selection (Operation panel operation) 0009 Acceleration time 0010 Deceleration time 0011 Maximum frequency 0012 Upper limit frequency 0013 Lower limit frequency 0014 Base frequency 1 0409 Base frequency voltage 1...
  • Page 211 Communication Title Function 0015 V/F control mode selection 0016 Torque boost 1 0600 Motor electronic- thermal protection level 1 0017 Electronic-thermal protection characteristic selection *3 0018 Preset-speed operation frequency 1 0019 Preset-speed operation frequency 2 0020 Preset-speed operation frequency 3 0021 Preset-speed operation...
  • Page 212: Extended Parameters

    11.3 Extended parameters • Input/output parameters 1 Communication Title Function 0100 Low-speed signal output frequency 0101 Speed reach setting frequency 0102 Speed reach detection band 0108 Always active function selection 1 0109 Analog/contact input function selection (VIA terminal) 0110 Always-active function selection 2 0111 Input terminal...
  • Page 213 • Frequency parameters Communication Title Function 0200 Frequency priority selection 0201 VIA input point 1 setting 0202 VIA input point 1 frequency 0203 VIA input point 2 setting 0204 VIA input point 2 frequency 0207 Frequency setting mode selection 2 0210 VIB input point 1 setting...
  • Page 214 Communication Title Function 0266 External contact input - DOWN response time 0267 External contact input - DOWN frequency steps 0268 Initial UP/DOWN frequency 0269 Change of the initial up/down frequency 0270 Jump frequency 1 0271 Jumping width 1 0272 Jump frequency 2 0273 Jumping width 2 0274...
  • Page 215 Communication Title Function 0307 Supply voltage correction (limitation of output voltage) 0311 Reverse-run prohibition 0312 Random mode 0316 Carrier frequency control mode selection 0320 Droop gain 0323 Droop insensitive torque band 0359 PID control waiting time 0360 PID control 0362 Proportional gain 0363 Integral gain...
  • Page 216 • Torque boost parameters 1 Communication Title Function 0400 Auto-tuning 0401 Slip frequency gain 0402 Automatic torque boost value 0415 Motor rated current 0416 Motor no-load current 0417 Motor rated speed 0418 Speed control response coefficient 0419 Speed control stability coefficient *1 : Default values vary depending on the capacity.
  • Page 217: Protection Parameters

    Communication Title Function 0496 Waveform switching adjustment coefficient *1 : Default values vary depending on the capacity. ⇒ See the table of page K-14. • Acceleration/deceleration time parameters Communication Title Function 0500 Acceleration time 0501 Deceleration time 0502 Acceleration/decel eration 1 pattern 0503 Acceleration/decel eration 2 pattern...
  • Page 218 Communication Title Function 0609 Small current detection current hysteresis 0610 Small current trip/alarm selection 0611 Small current detection current 0612 Small current detection time 0613 Detection of output short-circuit during start-up 0615 Over-torque trip/alarm selection 0616 Over-torque detection level 0618 Over-torque detection time 0619...
  • Page 219 • Output parameters Communication Title Function 0691 Inclination characteristic of analog output 0692 Bias of analog output • Operation panel parameters Communication Title Function 0700 Prohibition of parameter change 0701 Current/voltage display mode 0702 Frequency free unit magnification 0705 Inclination characteristic of free unit display 0706...
  • Page 220: Communication Parameters

    3: Master (transmission of frequency commands) 4: Master (transmission of output frequency signals) 0-100 0.1/0.01 0.0-200.0 0-100 0.1/0.01 0.0-200.0 0: Toshiba inverter protocol 1: ModbusRTU protocol 2: Metasys N2 protocol 3: APOGEE FLN protocol 4: BAC-net protocol K-12 E6581381 Default User Reference...
  • Page 221 Communication Title Function 0851 Operation at communication error by disconnection 0856 Number of motor poles for communication 0870 Block write data 1 0871 Block write data 2 0875 Block read data 1 0876 Block read data 2 0877 Block read data 3 0878 Block read data 4 0879...
  • Page 222 • PM motor parameters Communication Title Function 0910 Step-out detection current level 0911 Step-out detection time 0912 High-speed torque adjustment coefficient Default settings by inverter rating Acceleration Deceleration boost value time Inverter type VFFS1-2004PM VFFS1-2007PM VFFS1-2015PM VFFS1-2022PM VFFS1-2037PM VFFS1-2055PM VFFS1-2075PM VFFS1-2110PM VFFS1-2150PM VFFS1-2185PM...
  • Page 223 Table of input terminal functions 1 Function Code No function is assigned Standby terminal Forward run command Reverse run command Acceleration/deceleration 2 pattern selection Preset-speed command 1 Preset-speed command 2 Preset-speed command 3 Reset command Trip stop command from external input device DC braking command PID control prohibited PWENE...
  • Page 224 Table of input terminal functions 2 Function Code CLR+RES EXTN SC/LC CKWH FORCE FIRE RESN F+ST R+ST OCS2 HDRY PRUN ICLR ST+F+SS1 ST+R+SS1 ST+F+SS2 ST+R+SS2 ST+F+SS3 ST+R+SS3 Note: When function 1, 10, 11, 16, 38, 41-47, 51-55, 62 or 64 is assigned to an input terminal board, the input terminal board is enabled even if the parameter command mode selection Function Frequency UP/DOWN cancellation signal input...
  • Page 225 Table of output terminal functions 1 Function Code Frequency lower limit Inversion of frequency lower limit Frequency upper limit Inversion of frequency upper limit Low-speed detection signal LOWN Inversion of low-speed detection signal Designated frequency attainment signal (completion of acceleration/deceleration) RCHN Inversion of designated frequency attainment signal (inversion of completion of...
  • Page 226 Table of output terminal functions 2 Function Code PALN HFLN LFLN RDY1 RDY1N RDY2 RDY2N FCVIB FCVIBN FLRN OUT0 OUT0N COTN LTAN LI1N LI2N PIDF Function Inversion of pre-alarm Small-current detection Inversion of small-current detection Significant failure Inversion of significant failure Insignificant failure Inversion of insignificant failure Ready for operation (including ST/RUN)
  • Page 227 Table of output terminal functions 3 Function Code PIDFN Inversion of signal in accordance of frequency command (VIA) MOFF Undervoltage detection MOFFN Inversion of undervoltage detection Local/remote switching LOCN Inversion of local/remote switching PTC thermal alarm PTCN Inversion of PTC thermal alarm PIDFB Signal in accordance of frequency command (VIB) PIDFBN...
  • Page 228 Order of precedence of combined functions XX: Impossible combination, X: Invalid, + : Valid under some conditions, O: Valid, @: Priority Function No. / Function Standby Forward run command Reverse run command Acceleration/deceleratio 5/58 n 2 selection Preset-speed run commands 1 to 3 Reset command Trip stop command from external input device...
  • Page 229: Specifications

    12. Specifications 12.1 Models and their standard specifications Standard specifications Item Input voltage Applicable motor (kW) 0.75 Type Form 2004PM 2007PM 2015PM 2022PM 2037PM 2055PM 2075PM 2110PM 2150PM 2185PM 2220PM 2300PM Capacity (kVA) Note 1) Rated output/current (A) Note 2) Output voltage Note 3) Overload current rating Voltage-current...
  • Page 230 Common specification Item Control system Sinusoidal PWM control Rated output voltage Adjustable within the range of 50 to 660V by correcting the supply voltage (not adjustable above the input voltage) Output frequency range 0.5 to 200.0Hz, default setting: 0.5 to 80Hz, maximum frequency: 30 to 200Hz Minimum setting steps 0.1Hz: analog input (when the max.
  • Page 231 <Continued> Item Protective function Stall prevention, current limitation, over-current, output short circuit, over-voltage, over-voltage limitation, undervoltage, ground fault, power supply phase failure, output phase failure, overload protection by electronic thermal function, armature over-current at start-up, load side over-current at start-up, over- torque, undercurrent, overheating, cumulative operation time, life alarm, emergency stop, various pre- alarms Electronic thermal...
  • Page 232: Outside Dimensions And Mass

    12.2 Outside dimensions and mass Outside dimensions and mass Applicable motor Voltage class 3-phase 200V 3-phase 400V Dimensions (mm) Inverter type (kW) VFFS1-2004PM 0.75 VFFS1-2007PM VFFS1-2015PM VFFS1-2022PM VFFS1-2037PM VFFS1-2055PM VFFS1-2075PM VFFS1-2110PM VFFS1-2150PM 18.5 VFFS1-2185PM VFFS1-2220PM VFFS1-2300PM VFFS1-4004PL 0.75 VFFS1-4007PL VFFS1-4015PL VFFS1-4022PL VFFS1-4037PL VFFS1-4055PL...
  • Page 233: Outline Drawing

    E6581381 Outline drawing Fig.A Fig.B Fig.C Fig.D...
  • Page 234 Note 1: To make it easier to grasp the dimensions of each inverter, dimensions common to all inverters in these figures are shown with numeric values but not with symbols. Here are the meanings of the symbols used. W: Width H: Height D: Depth W1: Mounting dimension (horizontal)
  • Page 235: Before Making A Service Call - Trip Information And Remedies

    When a problem arises, diagnose it in accordance with the following table. If it is found that replacement of parts is required or the problem cannot be solved by any remedy described in the table, contact your Toshiba dealer. [Trip information]...
  • Page 236 (Continued) Error code Failure code 000A Overvoltage during acceleration 000B Overvoltage during deceleration 000C Overvoltage during constant-speed operation 000D Inverter overload 000E Motor overload 0020 Over-torque trip 0010 Overheat You can select a trip ON/OFF by parameters. (Continued overleaf) Problem Possible causes •...
  • Page 237 (Continued) Error code Failure code Problem 002E External thermal trip 0011 Emergency stop 0012 EEPROM fault 1 0013 EEPROM fault 2 0014 EEPROM fault 3 0015 Main unit RAM fault 0016 Main unit ROM fault 0017 CPU fault 1 0018 Communication error 001A Current detector fault...
  • Page 238 [Alarm information] Error code ST terminal OFF Undervoltage in main circuit Retry in process Frequency point setting error alarm Clear command acceptable Emergency stop command acceptable Setting error alarm / An error code and data are displayed alternately twice each. Display of first/last data items DC braking...
  • Page 239: Restoring The Inverter From A Trip

    [Prealarm display] Overcurrent alarm Overvoltage alarm Overload alarm Overheat alarm If two or more problems arise simultaneously, one of the following alarms appears and blinks. The blinking alarms 13.2 Restoring the inverter from a trip Do not reset the inverter when tripped because of a failure or error before eliminating the cause. Resetting the tripped inverter before eliminating the problem causes it to trip again.
  • Page 240: If The Motor Does Not Run While No Trip Message Is Displayed

    13.3 If the motor does not run while no trip message is displayed ... If the motor does not run while no trip message is displayed, follow these steps to track down the cause. The motor does not run. Is the 7-segment LED extinguished? displayed? Is any failure message...
  • Page 241: How To Determine The Causes Of Other Problems

    13.4 How to determine the causes of other problems The following table provides a listing of other problems, their possible causes and remedies. Problems • The motor runs in the • wrong direction. • • The motor runs but its •...
  • Page 243: Inspection And Maintenance

    14. Inspection and maintenance • The equipment must be inspected every day. If the equipment is not inspected and maintained, errors and malfunctions may not be discovered which could lead to accidents. • Before inspection, perform the following steps. (1) Shut off all input power to the inverter. (2) Wait at least ten minutes and check to make sure that the charge lamp is no longer lit.
  • Page 244: Periodical Inspection

    Check points 1. Something unusual in the installation environment 2. Something unusual in the cooling system 3. Unusual vibration or noise 4. Overheating or discoloration 5. Unusual odor 6. Unusual motor vibration, noise or overheating 7. Adhesion or accumulation of foreign substances (conductive substances) Cautions about cleaning To clean the inverter, wipe dirt off only its surface with a soft cloth but do not try to remove dirt or stains from any other part.
  • Page 245 5. If no power is supplied to the inverter for a long time, the performance of its capacity electrolytic capacitor declines. When leaving the inverter unused for a long time, supply it with electricity once every two years, for 5 hours or more each, to recover the performance of the capacity electrolytic capacitor.
  • Page 246 Note: The operation time is helpful for roughly determining the time of replacement. For the replacement of parts, contact your nearest Toshiba inverter distributor. For safety’s sake, never replace any part on your own. (Parts replacement alarms can be known by monitor and alarm output, if it is set.
  • Page 247: Making A Call For Servicing

    14.3 Making a call for servicing For the Toshiba service network, refer to the back cover of this instruction manual. If defective conditions are encountered, please contact the Toshiba service section in charge via your Toshiba dealer. When making a call for servicing, please inform us of the contents of the rating label on the right panel of the inverter, the presence or absence of optional devices, etc., in addition to the details of the failure.
  • Page 249: Warranty

    Failure or damage caused by the use of the inverter for any purpose or application other than the intended one All expenses incurred by Toshiba for on-site services shall be charged to the customer, unless a service contract is signed beforehand between the customer and Toshiba, in which case the service contract has priority over this warranty.
  • Page 250: Disposal Of The Inverter

    16. Disposal of the inverter • If you throw away the inverter, have it done by a specialist in industry waste disposal(*). If you throw away the inverter by yourself, this can result in explosion of capacitor or produce noxious gases, resulting in injury.
  • Page 252 1-1, Shibaura 1-chome, Minato-Ku, Tokyo 105-8001, Japan TEL: +81-(0)3-3457-4911 FAX: +81-(0)3-5444-9268 For further information, please contact your nearest Toshiba Liaison Representative or International Operations - Producer Goods. The data given in this manual are subject to change without notice. 2006-01 TOSHIBA I NTERNATIONAL CORPORATION 13131 West Little York RD., Houston,...

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