Hitachi SJ700 Series Instruction Manual

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SJ-EN Ethernet Communications
Option Board
Instruction Manual
NOTE: REFER ALSO TO APPLICABLE INVERTER SERIES
Manual Number: HAL1051B
May 2012
SJ700 Series
L700 Series
SJ300 Series
L300P Series
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Hitachi America, Ltd.
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    SJ-EN Ethernet Communications Option Board Instruction Manual SJ700 Series L700 Series SJ300 Series L300P Series NOTE: REFER ALSO TO APPLICABLE INVERTER SERIES INSTRUCTION MANUAL Manual Number: HAL1051B After reading this manual, May 2012 keep it handy for future reference. Hitachi America, Ltd.

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    NOTES:...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Table of Contents Table of Contents ........................3 Chapter 1 – General Description ..................5 Chapter 2 – Installation and Wiring ..................9 Chapter 3 – Configuration....................13 Chapter 4 – Operation ......................18 Chapter 5 – Troubleshooting ....................20 Appendix –...

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  • Page 5: Chapter 1 – General Description

    Chapter 1 – General Description The SJ-EN option board is an Ethernet communication interface for Hitachi SJ700, L700, SJ300 and L300P series AC variable frequency inverters. The board can be installed in either of the two available option slots in the applicable inverter.

  • Page 6: Safety Precautions

    Chapter 1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS HIGH VOLTAGE: This symbol indicates high voltage. It calls your attention to items or operations that could be dangerous to you and other persons operating this equipment. Read the message and follow the instructions carefully. WARNING: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided, can result in serious injury or death.

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    Chapter 1 CAUTION: Be sure not to touch the surface or terminals of the SJ-EN Ethernet option board while the inverter is energized; otherwise there is the danger of electric shock. CAUTION: The software lock modes described in the SJ300 inverter manual are NOT supported via the SJ-EN option board.

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  • Page 9: Chapter 2 – Installation And Wiring

    Chapter 2 Chapter 2 – Installation and Wiring Orientation to Product Features Figure 2-1 below shows the physical layout of the SJ-EN Ethernet option board. In particular, note the location of status LEDs and DIP-switches. STATUS LEDs STATUS LINK ACTIVITY ERROR Connector to connect to...

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    Chapter 2 Installing the Option Board Power down the inverter and wait at least five minutes before moving to the next step. Open and remove the lower terminal cover. Confirm that the red CHARGE LED is extinguished and that the DC bus is fully discharged before proceeding further, otherwise there is the danger of electric shock.

  • Page 11: User Interface

    Chapter 2 User Interface The SJ-EN has six LEDs to convey module status and activity. Four LEDs next to the RJ45 connector: STATUS (GREEN) – This LED will be ON whenever the SJ-EN is receiving proper power from the inverter and the self diagnostics have shown the board to be functioning normally. LINK (GREEN) –...

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  • Page 13: Chapter 3 – Configuration

    NetEdit3 Software is provided on the CD-R enclosed with the SJ-EN option board. It can also be downloaded at no cost from Hitachi America’s web site (www.hitachi-america.us/inverters). This software is required to configure the board. It can also be used to update the SJ-EN firmware in the event of a future update. NetEdit3 is compatible with Microsoft Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows NT4.

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    Chapter 3 Figure 3-1 NetEdit3 Initial Screen The NetEdit3 software should find and list any SJ-EN attached to the network. If not, just click on “Scan Page 14 of 46...

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    NetEdit3. You can also input a Name for the device, and a Description. The default Name will be “Hitachi Drive”, and the default Description will be “SJ300/L300P Hitachi Drive”. The device’s IP Address will also be shown. Change this to the desired IP address for your Modbus/TCP network.

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    Chapter 3 Figure 3-2 NetEdit3 Screen after Scan of Network Figure 3-3 NetEdit3 General Settings Dialog Box Page 16 of 46...

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  • Page 18: Chapter 4 – Operation

    Chapter 4 Chapter 4 – Operation Setting Up the Inverter for Ethernet Network Operation Once the SJ-EN board has been properly configured and connected to a network as described in Chapter 3, it is capable of reading data from and writing data to the inverter. However if it is desired to have either the RUN command and/or the speed reference come from the Ethernet master, you must change two inverter parameters as shown in the following table.

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  • Page 20: Chapter 5 – Troubleshooting

    Chapter 5 Chapter 5 – Troubleshooting In general, the first step to troubleshooting should be to inspect the status LEDs on the SJ-EN board, in addition to the inverter operator/keypad display. These will give valuable clues to the nature of the problem. In addition, the inverter operator/keypad will provide diagnostic information for certain types of errors.

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  • Page 22: Appendix – Parameter List

    Appendix Appendix – Parameter List Note: Parameters in BOLDFACE can be edited while inverter is in the RUN mode. “RO” means the parameter is Read Only, and “R/W” means the value can be read or written. Modbus Modbus Inverter Read/ Start Parameter Name Data Range...

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    Appendix ‡ 0 – 40000 D367 3733 3734 Frequency at Trip 3 X100 ‡ 0 – 10000 D368 3735 3736 Output current at Trip3 ‡ 0 – 10000 D369 3737 3738 PN voltage (DC voltage) at Trip 3 0 – ‡...

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    Appendix F – Main Profile Functions Output frequency setting(Hz) / 0 – 400000 F001 4001 4002 X1000 PID Setpoint (%) 1 – 360000 F002 4003 4004 Acceleration time 1 X100 1 – 360000 F202 4403 4404 Acceleration time 1, 2 motor X100 1 –...

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    Appendix 0 – 40000 A022 Multi–speed frequency 2 X100 0 – 40000 A023 Multi–speed frequency 3 X100 0 – 40000 A024 Multi–speed frequency 4 X100 0 – 40000 A025 Multi–speed frequency 5 X100 0 – 40000 A026 Multi–speed frequency 6 X100 0 –...

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    Appendix 0 – 100 * A057 DC braking force for starting 0 – 600 A058 DC braking time for starting 5 – 150 * A059 DC braking carrier frequency 0 – 40000 A061 Frequency upper limit setting X100 Frequency upper limit setting, 2 0 –...

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    Appendix Select method to switch to 0 – 1 A094 acc2/dec2 profile Select method to switch to 0 – 1 A294 acc2/dec2 profile, 2 motor Acc1 to Acc2 frequency transition 0 – 40000 A095 X100 point Acc1 to Acc2 frequency transition 0 –...

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    Appendix 0 – 1 B006 1011 1012 Phase loss detection enable 0 – 40000 B007 1013 1014 Restart frequency threshold X100 Level of electronic thermal setting, 200 – 1200 B012 1023 1024 motor Level of electronic thermal setting, 200 – 1200 B212 1423 1424...

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    Appendix 0 – 1 B045 1089 1090 Torque limit LADSTOP enable 0 – 1 B046 1091 1092 Reverse run protection enable Controlled deceleration and stop on 0 – 1 B050 1099 1100 power loss DC bus voltage trigger level during 0 –...

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    Appendix 0 – 8000 B113 1225 1226 Free V/F control voltage 7 0 – 1 B120 1239 1240 Brake control enable 0 – 500 B121 1241 1242 Brake wait time for release X100 0 – 500 B122 1243 1244 Brake wait time for acceleration X100 0 –...

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    Appendix 0 – 1 C034 2067 2068 Intelligent output 14 active state 0 – 1 C035 2069 2070 Intelligent output 15 active state 0 – 1 C036 2071 2072 Alarm relay output active state 0 – 1 C040 2079 2080 Overload signal output mode 0 –...

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    Appendix 0 – 65535 C123 2245 2246 [O2] input zero calibration 0 – 2 C195 2389 2390 Region code selection 1 – 15 * C196 2391 2392 Capacity code selection 0 – 1 C197 2393 2394 Voltage code selection 0 – 1 C198 2395 2396...

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    Appendix 1 – 9999000 H034 5067 5068 Inertia J, 1 motor (Auto) X1000 1 – 9999000 H234 5467 5468 Inertia J, 1 motor (Auto) X1000 0 – 10000 H050 5099 5100 PI proportional gain, 1 motor 0 – 10000 H250 5499 5500 PI proportional gain, 2...

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    Appendix P – Expansion Card Functions 0 – 1 P001 6001 6002 Selection of action at option1 error 0 – 1 P002 6003 6004 Selection of action at option2 error 0 – 1 P010 6019 6020 Feedback option enable 128 – 65000 P011 6021 6022...

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    Appendix ‡ R – Reference Codes 0 – 360000 R001 7001 7002 Status of Inverter 0 – 360000 R002 7003 7004 Set Frequency 0 – 360000 R004 7007 7008 Output Frequency 0 – 2 R005 7009 7010 Commanded direction of rotation 0 –...

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    Appendix PARAMETER LISTS FOR SJ700/L700 D-Monitoring functions: D001 3001 3002 Output frequency X1000 Addr:0x0400 Sz: 4 Range:[0-400000] D002 3003 3004 Output current Addr:0x042C Sz: 2 Range:[0-10000] D003 3005 3006 Direction of present running Addr:0x044A Sz: 1 Range:[0-2] D004 3007 3008 Feedback data of PID control X100 Addr:0x0404...

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    Appendix A203 0405 0406 2nd Base frequency Addr:0x00F2 Sz: 2 Range:[30-400] A303 0605 0606 3rd Base frequency Addr:0x00F4 Sz: 2 Range:[30-400] A004 0007 0008 1st Maximum frequency Addr:0x00F8 Sz: 2 Range:[30-400] A204 0407 0408 2nd Maximum frequency Addr:0x00FA Sz: 2 Range:[30-400] A304 0607 0608 3rd Maximum frequency...

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    Appendix A094 0187 0188 Selection of 1st 2-stage accel/decel Method Addr:0x0266 Sz: 1 Range:[0-1] A294 0587 0588 Selection of 2nd 2-stage accel/decel Method Addr:0x0267 Sz: 1 Range:[0-1] A095 0189 0190 1st Frequency of 2-stage acceleration X100 Addr:0x00BC Sz: 4 Range:[0-40000] A295 0589 0590 2nd Frequency of 2-stage acceleration X100...

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    Appendix B070 1139 1140 Exchanged value setting during WCO ON Addr:0xA40A Sz: 1 Range:[0-255] B071 1141 1142 Exchanged value setting during WCOI ON Addr:0xA40B Sz: 1 Range:[0-255] B072 1143 1144 Exchanged value setting during WCO2 ON Addr:0xA40C Sz: 1 Range:[-100-127] B079 1157 1158 Display gain setting for accumurate power Addr:0xA32A...

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    Appendix C053 2105 2106 PID FBV function low limit Addr:0xA33A Sz: 2 Range:[0-1000] C055 2109 2110 Level of over torque in forward and drive (1st qua Addr:0x02BD Sz: 1 Range:[0-200] C056 2111 2112 Level of over torque in reverse and regenerative ( Addr:0x02BE Sz: 1 Range:[0-200]...

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    Appendix H203 5405 5406 Selection of Motor capacity for 2nd motor Addr:0x02CF Sz: 1 Range:[0-25] H004 5007 5008 Selection of Motor poles for 1st motor Addr:0x02D0 Sz: 1 Range:[0-4] H204 5407 5408 Selection of Motor poles for 2nd motor Addr:0x02D1 Sz: 1 Range:[0-4] H005 5009 5010...

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    Appendix P033 6065 6066 Torque source setting for torque control Addr:0xA39C Sz: 1 Range:[0-3] P034 6067 6068 Torque setting Addr:0xA39E Sz: 1 Range:[0-200] P035 6069 6070 Torque character selection at O2 Addr:0xA39D Sz: 1 Range:[0-1] P036 6071 6072 Torque bias source setting for torque contorl Addr:0xA3A0 Sz: 1 Range:[0-2]...

  • Page 43: Index

    Index Index A - Standard Functions · 25 Installing · 11 Activity LED · 12 Interface, User · 12 address, Ethernet · 16 IP address · 16 B - Fine-Tuning Functions · 28 keypad, inverter · 21 C - Intelligent Terminal Functions · 31 layout, board ·...

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    Index Status LED · 12 R - Reference Codes · 36 Registers, reading and writing · 19 RJ45 connector · 10 Troubleshooting · 21 RXD LED · 12 TXD LED · 12 Safety Precautions · 7 Warranty · 6 software · 14 Wiring ·...

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    Hitachi America, Ltd. Tarrytown, NY 10591 © 2005-2012 www.hitachi-america.us/inverters May 2012 HAL1051B...

This manual also for:

L700 series, Sj300 series, L300p series

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