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INVERTER
Plug-in option
FR-A7ND E kit

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

communication function

PRE-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION
INVERTER SETTING
FUNCTIONS
OBJECT MAP DEFINITIONS
OBJECT MAP
TROUBLESHOOTING
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WIRING
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  • Page 1: Instruction Manual

    INVERTER Plug-in option FR-A7ND E kit PRE-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS INSTRUCTION MANUAL INSTALLATION WIRING communication function INVERTER SETTING FUNCTIONS OBJECT MAP DEFINITIONS OBJECT MAP TROUBLESHOOTING...
  • Page 2: Safety Instructions

    Thank you for choosing this Mitsubishi Inverter plug-in option. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS This Instruction Manual gives handling information and precautions for use of this equipment. Incorrect handling might cause an unexpected fault. Before using the equipment, please 1. Electric Shock Prevention read this manual carefully to use the equipment to its optimum.
  • Page 3 2. Injury Prevention 3) Usage WARNING CAUTION • The voltage applied to each terminal must be the ones • Do not modify the equipment. • Do not perform parts removal which is not instructed in this specified in the Instruction Manual. Otherwise burst, damage, etc.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    ⎯ CONTENTS ⎯ 1 PRE-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS Unpacking and Product Confirmation .....................1 1.1.1 SERIAL number.............................. 1 1.1.2 Product confirmation............................2 Parts ..............................3 MNS LED (operation status indication) ...................4 Specifications.............................5 2 INSTALLATION Pre-Installation Instructions ......................6 Installation Procedure ........................6 Node Address Setting ........................12 3 WIRING Connection to Network........................14 Wiring..............................15...
  • Page 5 4.2.1 DeviceNet address (Pr. 345) ........................22 4.2.2 DeviceNet baud rate (Pr. 346)........................23 Operation Mode Setting ........................25 4.3.1 Operation mode indication..........................25 4.3.2 Operation mode switching and communication startup mode (Pr. 79, Pr. 340) ...........26 Operation and Speed Command Source (Pr. 338, Pr. 339, Pr. 550) ..........29 4.4.1 Communication EEPROM write selection (Pr.
  • Page 6 7 OBJECT MAP Class 0x01 (Identity-Object)......................48 7.1.1 Class 0x01 Instance 0 ..........................48 7.1.2 Class 0x01 Instance 1 ..........................49 Class 0x03 (DeviceNet Object) .......................50 7.2.1 Class 0x03 Instance 1 ..........................50 Class 0x04 (Assembly Object)......................51 7.3.1 Output Instance 20/Input Instance 70......................52 7.3.2 Output Instance 21/Input Instance 71......................
  • Page 7 7.9.1 Class 0x67 Instance 1 ..........................84 7.10 Class 0x70 to 0x79 (Extended Object III) ..................86 7.10.1 Class 0x70 to 0x79 Instance 1, 2 ......................... 86 7.11 Class 0x80 (Extended Object IV) ....................87 7.11.1 Class 0x80 Instance 1 ..........................87 7.12 FR-E5ND (FR-E500-KND) Compatible Mode..................89 8 TROUBLESHOOTING APPENDIX...
  • Page 8: Pre-operation Instructions

    PRE-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS Unpacking and Product Confirmation Take the plug-in option out of the package, check the product name, and confirm that the product is as you ordered and intact. This product is a plug-in option for the FR-E700 series inverter. 1.1.1 SERIAL number Check the SERIAL number indicated on the rating plate or package.
  • Page 9: Product Confirmation

    PRE-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS 1.1.2 Product confirmation Check the enclosed items. Mounting screw (M3 × 6mm) Plug-in option Terminal block ............1 ......2 (Refer to page 8, 10.) ......1 (Refer to page 8, 10.) Front cover for plug-in option Option protective cover Option small cover (Not used) ............1 ............
  • Page 10: Parts

    PRE-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS Parts Connector for communication MNS LED (operation status indication) Mount the accessory terminal Lit/flicker/off of the LED indicate inverter block to connect to the network. operation status. (Refer to page 4.) Front view Rear view LED1 CAN- Mounting SHIELD hole FR-A7ND...
  • Page 11: Mns Led (operation Status Indication)

    PRE-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS MNS LED (operation status indication) The MNS LED indicates the operating status of the option unit by its indication status. Check the position of LED on page 3. Operating Status Note Indication · Turn inverter power on. Option unit will then complete duplicate Inverter power off station number test.
  • Page 12: Specifications

    PRE-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS Specifications Item Specifications Control power Supplied from the inverter supply Power supply External power Input voltage: 11 to 28V input Consumption current: 90mA maximum Conforms to ODVA DeviceNet Specification Release 2.0 Standard (support UCMM) Network topology DeviceNet (linear bus with drop lines) Communication cable DeviceNet standard thick or thin cable (For a drop cable, use a thin cable.) 500m (125kbps)
  • Page 13: Installation

    INSTALLATION Pre-Installation Instructions Make sure that the input power of the inverter is off. CAUTION Do not mount or remove the plug-in option while the power is being input. Otherwise, the inverter and plug-in option may be damaged. Static electricity in your body must be discharged before you touch the product. Otherwise the product may be damaged.
  • Page 14 INSTALLATION For FR-E720-3.7K (FR-E720-175) or lower and FR-E740-7.5K (FR-E740-170) or lower (1) Remove the front cover from the inverter. (For removing the front cover, refer to the FR-E700 instruction manual.) (2) Remove the PU cover from the front cover. Open the PU cover with a driver, etc. and remove it in the direction of arrow as shown below.
  • Page 15: Wiring

    INSTALLATION (3) Install the option protective cover. (4) Securely fit the connector of the plug-in option to the inverter connector along the guides. (5) Securely fix the both top and bottom of the plug-in option to the inverter with the accessory mounting screws.
  • Page 16 INSTALLATION For FR-E720-5.5K (FR-E720-240) or higher and FR-E740-11K (FR-E740-230) or higher (1) Remove the front cover 1 and 2 from the inverter. (For removing the front cover, refer to the FR-E700 instruction manual.) (2) Remove the PU cover from the front cover 2. For removing the PU cover, refer to page 7. Front cover 1 Front cover 2 PU cover...
  • Page 17 INSTALLATION (3) Install the front cover 1 to the inverter. (4) Securely fit the connector of the plug-in option to the inverter connector along the guides. (5) Securely fix the both top and bottom of the plug-in option to the inverter with the accessory mounting screws.
  • Page 18 INSTALLATION Option connector of inverter Front cover 1 Front cover for plug-in option Replace Mounting screws Installation completed...
  • Page 19: Node Address Setting

    INSTALLATION Node Address Setting (1) Setting with node address switch Set the node address between "0 to 63" using node address switches on the FR-A7ND (refer to page 3). The setting is reflected when power turns on next or the inverter is reset. Set Pr.
  • Page 20 INSTALLATION (2) Set with parameter (Pr. 345) Use parameter (Pr. 345) of the inverter to set. Setting node address with parameter makes the node address setting invalid. The setting is reflected at the next power-on or inverter reset. (Refer to page 22) (3) Setting with master Use Class 0x03 Instance 1 Attribute 1 to set from the master.
  • Page 21: Wiring

    WIRING Connection to Network (1) Be sure to check the following before connecting the inverter to the network. · Check that the FR-A7ND is snugly inserted into the inverter. (Refer to page 6.) · Check that the correct node address is set. (Refer to page 12.) ·...
  • Page 22: Wiring

    WIRING Wiring (1) Strip the insulation back about 40mm on the free wire end of the drop cable to expose the four colored signal wires and the silver shield wire. (2) Strip the insulation back of each signal cable to use. If the length of the sheath pealed is too long, a short circuit may occur among neighboring wires.
  • Page 23 WIRING REMARKS Blade terminals available on the market (as of February 2012) Phoenix Contact Co.,Ltd Blade Terminal Model Cable Size Terminal Screw Size With insulation Without insulation Crimping Tool Name sleeve sleeve 0.3 to 0.5 Al 0,5-6WH A 0,5-6 CRIMPFOX 6 0.5 to 0.75 Al 0,75-6GY A 0,75-6...
  • Page 24: Functions

    WIRING (3) Loosen the terminal screw and insert the cable into the terminal according to the terminal arrignment. V- (black) Tighten each cable with fixing screws to the recommended tightening torque. CAN- (blue) Shielded cable Screw Size Tightening Torque Cable Size Screwdriver CAN+ (white) V+ (red)
  • Page 25 WIRING (5) When wiring the FR-E700 series, if a hook of the front cover of the plug-in option impedes wiring, cut off the hook and perform wiring. Cut off with a nipper, etc. Cut off a hook at the bottom of the option cover.
  • Page 26 WIRING (6) For wiring of FR-E720-5.5K (FR-E720-240) or higher and FR-E740-11K (FR-E740-230) or higher, pass a cable on the inverter front cover as shown below. If a drop cable is passed through inside the inverter front cover, the bending radius of the cable becomes small, stressing the cable. CAUTION When wiring, take care not to subject the cable to stress.
  • Page 27: Inverter Setting

    INVERTER SETTING Parameter List The following parameters are used for the communication option (FR-A7ND) Set the values according to need. Minimum Parameter Initial Refer to Name Setting Range Setting Number Value Page Increments Operation mode selection 0 to 4, 6, 7 Communication operation command source 0, 1 Communication speed command source...
  • Page 28: Devicenet Data

    INVERTER SETTING DeviceNet Data DeviceNet communication startup data can be set with the inverter parameter without using a DeviceNet configuration tool. For the setting method with a EDS file (refer to page 93) DeviceNet configuration tool, refer to the configuration tool manual.
  • Page 29: Devicenet Address (pr. 345)

    INVERTER SETTING 4.2.1 DeviceNet address (Pr. 345) Parameter Minimum Setting Initial Name Setting Range Number Increments Value DeviceNet address 0 to 4095 The definition of Pr. 345 is as follows. Bit15 Bit14 Bit13 Bit12 Bit11 Bit10 Bit9 Bit8 Bit7 Bit6 Bit5 Bit4 Bit3...
  • Page 30: Devicenet Baud Rate (pr. 346)

    INVERTER SETTING 4.2.2 DeviceNet baud rate (Pr. 346) Parameter Minimum Setting Initial Name Setting Range Number Increments Value DeviceNet baud rate 0 to 4095 Set baud rate etc. to start DeviceNet communication. Bit15 Bit14 Bit13 Bit12 Bit11 Bit10 Bit9 Bit8 Bit7 Bit6 Bit5...
  • Page 31 INVERTER SETTING For Pr.346, determine its setting value according to the baud rate and output/input instances. Output Instance/ Input Instance 20 / 70 21 / 71 126 / 176 Baud Rate 125kbps 0, 3 132 (Initial value), 135 792, 795 250kbps 500kbps...
  • Page 32: Operation Mode Setting

    INVERTER SETTING Operation Mode Setting The inverter mounted with a communication option has three operation modes. (1) PU operation [PU]....Controls the inverter from the key of the operation panel on the inverter or parameter unit (FR-PU07/FR-PA07). (2) External operation [EXT] ... Controls the inverter by switching on/off external signals connected to the control circuit terminals of the inverter.
  • Page 33: Operation Mode Switching And Communication Startup Mode (pr. 79, Pr. 340)

    INVERTER SETTING 4.3.2 Operation mode switching and communication startup mode (Pr. 79, Pr. 340) (1) Operation mode switching conditions Before switching the operation mode, check that: 1) The inverter is at a stop; 2) Both the STF and STR signals are off; and 3) The Pr.
  • Page 34 INVERTER SETTING Pr. 340 Pr. 79 Operation Mode at Power on or Power Operation Mode Switchover Setting Setting Restoration 0 (initial Switching among the external, PU, and NET operation mode is External operation mode value) enabled PU operation mode PU operation mode fixed Switching between the external and Net operation mode is enabled External operation mode Switching to the PU operation mode is disallowed...
  • Page 35 INVERTER SETTING (3) Operation mode switching method External operation When "0 or 1" is set in Pr. 340 Switching with the PU Switching through the network Press Switch to external the PU to light operation mode through Press the network. Switch to network operation the PU to light mode through the network.
  • Page 36: Operation And Speed Command Source (pr. 338, Pr. 339, Pr. 550)

    INVERTER SETTING Operation and Speed Command Source (Pr. 338, Pr. 339, Pr. 550) (1) Select control source for the network operation mode (Pr. 550) A control location for the network operation mode can be selected from either the RS-485 communication with the PU connector or communication option. When using a communication option, set "0 or 9999 (initial value)"...
  • Page 37 INVERTER SETTING (2) Selection of control source for the network operation mode (Pr. 338, Pr. 339) ⋅ As control sources, there are the operation command source that controls the signals related to the inverter start command and function selection and the speed command source that controls the signals related to frequency setting.
  • Page 38 INVERTER SETTING Pr. 338 Communication operation Operation 0: NET 1: External command source Location Remarks Pr. 339 Communication speed Selection command source External External External External External thermal relay External input Pr. 59 = "0" REX 15-speed selection External External (multi-speed) 10 X10 Inverter run enable signal External...
  • Page 39 INVERTER SETTING Pr. 338 Communication operation Operation 0: NET 1: External command source Location Remarks Pr. 339 Communication speed Selection command source External External External External Reverse rotation 61 STR External command 62 RES Inverter reset External PU/NET operation 65 X65 External switchover External/NET operation...
  • Page 40: Communication Eeprom Write Selection (pr. 342)

    INVERTER SETTING 4.4.1 Communication EEPROM write selection (Pr. 342) When parameter write is performed from the communication option, write to RAM is enabled. Set when frequent parameter changes are necessary. Parameter Initial Setting Name Description Number Value Range Parameter values written by communication are written to the Communication EEPROM write EEPROM and RAM.
  • Page 41: Operation At Communication Error Occurrence

    INVERTER SETTING Operation at Communication Error Occurrence 4.5.1 Operation selection at communication error occurrence (Pr. 500 to Pr. 502) You can select operations at communication error occurrences by setting Pr. 500 to Pr. 502 under network operation. (1) The set time from when a communication line error occurrence until communication error output You can set the waiting time from when a communication line error occurs until it is recognized as a communication error.
  • Page 42 INVERTER SETTING (2) Display and erasure of communication error occurrence count The cumulative number of communication error occurrences can be indicated. Write "0" to erase this cumulative count. Parameter Minimum Setting Name Setting Range Initial Value Number Increments Communication error occurrence count display Normal Error...
  • Page 43 INVERTER SETTING (3) Inverter operation selection at communication error occurrence You can select the inverter operation if a communication line error or an error of the option unit itself occurs. Parameter Minimum Setting Name Setting Range Initial Value Number Increments Stop mode selection at 0, 1, 2, 3 communication error...
  • Page 44 INVERTER SETTING Operation at error removal Alarm Definition Pr. 502 Setting Operation Indication Alarm Output Kept stopped E.OP1 kept lit Kept provided Communication line Restart Normal indication Not provided Continued 0, 3 Communication Kept stopped E. 1 kept lit Kept provided option itself 1, 2 CAUTION...
  • Page 45: Alarm And Measures

    INVERTER SETTING 4.5.2 Alarm and measures (1) The inverter operates as follows at alarm occurrences. Operation Mode Alarm Location Status Network Operation External Operation PU Operation Inverter Inverter trip Inverter trip Inverter trip operation Inverter Data Continued Continued Continued communication Inverter Inverter trip * Continued...
  • Page 46 INVERTER SETTING (2) Measures at alarm occurrences Alarm Indication Alarm Definition Measures Check the LED status of the option unit and remove the cause of the Communication line E.OP1 alarm. (Refer to page 4 for LED indication status) error Inspect the master. Check the connection between the inverter and option unit for poor Option alarm contact, etc.
  • Page 47: Inverter Reset

    INVERTER SETTING Inverter Reset (1) Operation conditions of inverter reset Which resetting method is allowed or not allowed in each operation mode is described below. Operation Mode Resetting Method Network External Operation Operation Operation Inverter reset (Class 0x2A Instance 1 Attribute 101) Allowed Disallowed Disallowed...
  • Page 48 INVERTER SETTING (2) Error reset operation selection at inverter fault When used with the communication option, an error reset command* from network can be made invalid in the External operation mode or PU operation mode. Parameter Initial Setting Name Function Number Value Range...
  • Page 49: Frequency And Speed Conversion Specifications

    INVERTER SETTING Frequency and Speed Conversion Specifications For frequency setting and monitoring from FR-A7ND, frequency is set in 0.01Hz increments and displayed on the monitor regardless of the Pr. 37 Speed display setting. Speed setting and monitor values from FR-A7ND are calculated by the following formula. ×...
  • Page 50: Functions

    FUNCTIONS Output from the Inverter to the Network Main items to be output from the inverter (FR-A7ND) to the network and their descriptions are explained below. Item Description Refer to Page Inverter monitor Monitor various items such as inverter output frequency and output current. 78, 87 Operation mode read Read the operation mode of the inverter.
  • Page 51: Object Map Definitions

    OBJECT MAP DEFINITIONS Object Model of DeviceNet Communication For DeviceNet communication, each node is modeled as collections of objects (abstraction of particular functions of the products). The following four terms are used to describe object. Item Description Collections of all objects which have same types of functions. Class Generalization of object Instance...
  • Page 52: Response Level

    OBJECT MAP DEFINITIONS Response Level 6.2.1 Response level of Polling I/O (1) Response level of DeviceNet bus Request Response Within 1ms (2) Reflect timing on the actual speed or speed monitor after speed setting Speed Speed Speed Speed Speed command B command B command B command B...
  • Page 53: Response Level Of Explicit Message

    OBJECT MAP DEFINITIONS 6.2.2 Response level of explicit message (1) Reading Request Response Within 50ms (2) Writing Request Response Within 50ms (3) Parameter clearing The inverter will not respond until parameter clear processing complete (about 5s) after sending parameter all clear command.
  • Page 54: Recommendation For Software Developers

    OBJECT MAP DEFINITIONS Recommendation for Software Developers Please note the followings when developing designing. (1) After sending request to the FR-A7ND, wait for response from the FR-A7ND, then send the next request. (2) Set waiting time between each message based on FR-A7ND response time on page 45. For example, after sending a writing request by Explicit message, wait for more than 50ms, then send the next request.
  • Page 55: Object Map

    OBJECT MAP Class 0x01 (Identity-Object) 7.1.1 Class 0x01 Instance 0 (1) Attribute Data Attribute ID Access Description Attribute Value Length Revision Word Maximum Instance Word Max Class Attributes Word Max Instance Attributes Word (2) Service Service Code Description 0x0E Get Attribute Single...
  • Page 56: Class 0x01 Instance 1

    OBJECT MAP 7.1.2 Class 0x01 Instance 1 (1) Attribute Data Attribute ID Access Description Attribute Value Length Vendor ID (Mitsubishi electric) Word Device Type (AC drive) Word Product Code Word Revision Struct 1.YYY Status Word Double Serial Number xxxxxxxx Word...
  • Page 57: Class 0x03 (devicenet Object)

    OBJECT MAP Class 0x03 (DeviceNet Object) 7.2.1 Class 0x03 Instance 1 (1) Attribute Attribute ID Access Name Initial Value Description Get/Set MAC ID 00 to 63: Node address value 00: 125kbps, 01: 250kbps, Get/Set Baud Rate 02: 500kbps Allocation Information 0: G2Explicit, 1: Poll, 2: Bit Strobe, Allocation Choice Byte 3: Multicast Poll, 4: Change Of State,...
  • Page 58: Class 0x04 (assembly Object)

    OBJECT MAP Class 0x04 (Assembly Object) Attribute ID Access Name Initial Value Data Length Description ⎯ Data Byte alignment Refer to page 52 or later. Set I/O instance in either of the following methods. Pr.346 setting (Refer to page 23) Class 0x29, Instance 1, Attribute 140, 141 setting (Refer to page 69) Output Instance Input Instance...
  • Page 59: Output Instance 20/input Instance 70

    OBJECT MAP 7.3.1 Output Instance 20/Input Instance 70 1. Output Instance 20 (Master→inverter) When using Output Instance 20, set Input Instance to 70. Byte Bit7 Bit6 Bit5 Bit4 Bit3 Bit2 Bit1 Bit0 Fault ⎯ ⎯ ⎯ ⎯ ⎯ ⎯ Run Fwd Reset ⎯...
  • Page 60 OBJECT MAP 2. Input Instance 70 (Inverter→master) When using Input Instance 70, set Output Instance to 20. Byte Bit7 Bit6 Bit5 Bit4 Bit3 Bit2 Bit1 Bit0 Running ⎯ ⎯ ⎯ ⎯ ⎯ ⎯ Faulted Speed actual (low byte) Speed actual (high byte) [Input Instance 70 details] Inverter error signal Bit0...
  • Page 61: Output Instance 21/input Instance 71

    OBJECT MAP 7.3.2 Output Instance 21/Input Instance 71 1. Output Instance 21 (initial value) (Master→inverter) When using Output Instance 21, set Input Instance to 71. Byte Bit7 Bit6 Bit5 Bit4 Bit3 Bit2 Bit1 Bit0 Fault ⎯ ⎯ ⎯ Net Ref Net Ctrl Run Rev Run Fwd...
  • Page 62 OBJECT MAP 2. Input Instance 71 (initial value) (Inverter→master) When using Input Instance 71, set Output Instance to 21. Byte Bit7 Bit6 Bit5 Bit4 Bit3 Bit2 Bit1 Bit0 Ref From Ctrl From Running Running ⎯ Ready Faulted Reference Speed actual (low byte) Speed actual (high byte) [Input Instance 71 details] Inverter error signal...
  • Page 63: Output Instance 126/input Instance 176

    OBJECT MAP 7.3.3 Output Instance 126/Input Instance 176 1. Output Instance 126 (Master→inverter) When using Output Instance 126, set Input Instance to 176. Byte Bit7 Bit6 Bit5 Bit4 Bit3 Bit2 Bit1 Bit0 Write Fault ⎯ ⎯ Net Ref Net Ctrl Run Rev Run Fwd Param...
  • Page 64 OBJECT MAP [Output Instance 126 details] Bit0 Run Fwd Forward rotation signal (0: forward rotation off, 1: forward rotation on) Control related signals Bit1 Run Rev Reverse rotation signal (0: reverse rotation off, 1: reverse rotation on) Reset request at an error occurrence Makes valid when Bit2 Fault Reset...
  • Page 65 OBJECT MAP 2. Input Instance 176 (Inverter→master) When Input Instance 176 is used, 16 bit parameter data is provided. When using Input Instance 176, set Output Instance to 126. Byte Bit7 Bit6 Bit5 Bit4 Bit3 Bit2 Bit1 Bit0 Ref From Ctrl From Running Running...
  • Page 66 OBJECT MAP [Input Instance 176 details] Inverter error signal Bit0 Faulted (0: inverter is under normal operation, 1: inverter is in a fault state) Run Command 0: Command is disabled in network operation Bit1 Mode * 1: Command is enabled in network operation Bit2 Running Fwd Forward rotation (0: other than forward rotation, 1: forward rotation)
  • Page 67: Class 0x05 (devicenet Connection Object)

    OBJECT MAP Class 0x05 (DeviceNet Connection Object) FR-A7ND supports only Polling I/O and Explicit message, not Bit-Strobed I/O. In addition, Instance 4 to 6 are Explicit message Instance. 7.4.1 Class 0x05 Instance 1 Attribute (Explicit message connection) Class 0x05 Instance 1 Attribute ID Access Name...
  • Page 68 OBJECT MAP Class 0x05 Instance 1 Attribute ID Access Name Range Definition This value specifies the maximum number of Message Consumed Connection Body bytes that a module is able to receive across the 0 to 0xFFFF Size connection. 7: 7 byte Expected Pack Rate Get/Set 0 to 0xFFFF (Example) 2500: 2500ms...
  • Page 69: Class 0x05 Instance 2 Attribute (polling I/o Connection)

    OBJECT MAP 7.4.2 Class 0x05 Instance 2 Attribute (Polling I/O connection) Class 0x05 Instance 2 Attribute ID Access Name Range Definition Non-existent Configuring State Established Timed out Instance Type Polling I/O connection Transport Trigger Class 00 to 0xFF 0x82: Server Transport Class 2 (Example) 0x03C0 Group 1 Polling I/O response mesagge of Slave Produced Connection...
  • Page 70 OBJECT MAP Class 0x05 Instance 2 Attribute ID Access Name Range Definition Expected Packet Rate Get/Set 0 to 0xFFFF (Example) 2500: 2500ms (EPR) Transition to time out (initial value) Get/Set Watchdog Action Auto Delete Auto reset Produced Connection Specifies the number of bytes of information within the 0 to 0xFFFF Path Length produced_connection_path attriburte...
  • Page 71 OBJECT MAP (Example) When Output Instance 21 and Input Instance 71 are used as sent and receive data (a) Produced Connection Path (send data) (a) Consumed Connection Path (receive data) Input Instance 71 = 0x47 Output Instance 21 = 0x15 ASCII code: 4 = 034, 7 = 037 ASCII code: 1 = 0x31, 5 = 0x35 Therefore,...
  • Page 72: Class 0x05 Instance 4, 5, 6 Attribute (explicit Message Connection)

    OBJECT MAP 7.4.3 Class 0x05 Instance 4, 5, 6 Attribute (Explicit message connection) Class 0x05 Instance 4, 5, 6 Attribute ID Access Name Range Definition Non-existent State Established Deferred Delete InstanceType Explicit message connection Transport Trigger Class 00 to 0xFF 0x83: Server Transport Class 3 (Example) 0x0740 Group 3 Explicit response message of Slave...
  • Page 73: Class 0x05 Instance 1, 2, 4, 5, 6 Service

    OBJECT MAP Class 0x05 Instance 4, 5, 6 Attribute ID Access Name Range Definition Expected Pack Rate Get/Set 0 to 0xFFFF (Example) 2500: 2500ms (EPR) Invalid Auto Delete (Initial value) Get/Set Watchdog Action Invalid Deferred Delete Produced Connection Specifies the number of bytes of information within the 0 to 0xFFFF Path Length produced_connection_path attriburte.
  • Page 74: Class 0x28 (motor Data Object)

    OBJECT MAP Class 0x28 (Motor Data Object) 7.5.1 Class 0x28 Instance 1 (1) Attribute Attribute ID Access Name Range Description Get/Set Motor type Squirrel-cage induction motor (fixed value) [GET] Rated motor 0 to Return the Pr. 9 setting in 0.1A increments. Get/Set current (Pr.
  • Page 75: Class 0x29 (control Supervisor Object)

    OBJECT MAP Class 0x29 (Control Supervisor Object) 7.6.1 Class 0x29 Instance 1 (1) Attribute Class 0x29 Instance 1 Initial Attribute ID Access Name Range Description Value Stop Get/Set RUN1 Forward rotation Stop Get/Set RUN2 Reverse rotation Other than DeviceNet NetCtrl Actual state of communication operation (operation command...
  • Page 76 OBJECT MAP Class 0x29 Instance 1 Initial Attribute ID Access Name Range Description Value During reset or alarm occurrence Ready Stop or running No fault present Faulted Fault occurred (latched) Reset release at fault occurrence FaultRst Get/Set (fault reset) Reset execution at fault occurrence Other than DeviceNet communication CtrlFromNet operation...
  • Page 77: Class 0x2a (ac Drive Object)

    OBJECT MAP Class 0x2A (AC Drive Object) 7.7.1 Class 0x2A Instance 1 (1) Attribute Class 0x2A Instance 1 Attribute Access Name Range Description Output frequency has not reached the set frequency AtReference (up to frequency) Output frequency has reached the set frequency Other than DeviceNet communication...
  • Page 78 OBJECT MAP Class 0x2A Instance 1 Attribute Access Name Range Description CurrentActual The output current is monitored in 0.1A 0 to 3276.7A (actual current) increments. PowerActual 0 to 65535W Output power is monitored in 1W increments. (actual power) OutputVoltage The output voltage is monitored in 1V 0 to 32767V (output voltage) increments.
  • Page 79 Error response is returned when the inverter will not accept the order. The data written to Attribute 112, 113 can be read from Attribute 112. The FR-A7ND E kit parameters (Pr.345, Pr.346) will be cleared on the FR-E700 series manufactured in or before January 2009.
  • Page 80 OBJECT MAP Class 0x2A Instance 1 Attribute Access Range Description ⎯ Get/Set Inverter status monitor/run command (Refer to page 74) External operation PU operation External jog operation Operation mode read (Get) PU jog operation Get/Set Network operation External/PU combined operation 0x0010 External operation Operation mode write (Set)
  • Page 81 OBJECT MAP Bit map of inverter status monitor/running command is as follows. Inverter status monitor (Get) Signal Description Running (RUN signal) 1 : Inverter output frequency reaches or exceeds Pr.13 Starting frequency. 0 : Other than forward rotation (stop, reverse rotation) During forward rotation 1 : During forward rotation 0 : Other than reverse rotation (stop, forward rotation)
  • Page 82 OBJECT MAP Run command (Set) Signal Description ⎯ (Not used) (Always 0) 0 : Stop command A starting command is input to the Forward rotation command 1 : Forward rotation start inverter when the signal turns on. A stop command is given when both 0 : Stop command Reverse rotation command signals turn on simultaneously.
  • Page 83 OBJECT MAP Signal names are initial values. Using Pr. 180 to Pr .184, you can change input signal functions. Note that some of signals do not accept a command from the network according to the Pr. 338 and Pr. 339 settings. For example, reset (terminal RES function) of Bit12 can not be controlled via the network.
  • Page 84 OBJECT MAP List of alarm definition Refer to the Instruction Manual of the inverter for details of alarm definitions. Data Definition Data Definition 0xA1 E.OP1 0x00 No alarm 0xB0 E.PE 0x10 E.OC1 0xB1 E.PUE 0x11 E.OC2 0xB2 E.RET 0x12 E.OC3 0xB3 E.PE2 0x20...
  • Page 85 OBJECT MAP Class 0x2A Instance 1 Attribute ID Access Description (Increments) Attribute ID Access Description (Increments) Output current peak Output frequency (0.01Hz) value(0.01A) Output current (0.01A) Converter output voltage peak Output voltage (0.1V) value (0.1V) Frequency setting (0.01Hz) Output voltage (0.01kW) Motor torque (0.1%) Input terminal status Converter output voltage...
  • Page 86: Class 0x66 (extended Object I)

    OBJECT MAP Class 0x66 (Extended Object I) 7.8.1 Class 0x66 Instance 1 Set parameters of the inverter. Refer to the Instruction Manual of the inverter for details of the parameters. REMARKS • When reading/writing parameter, Class 0x70 to 0x79 (Extended object III) is recommended. (Refer to page 86) (1) Attribute Class 0x66 Instance 1 Class 0x66 Instance 1...
  • Page 87 OBJECT MAP Class 0x66 Instance 1 Class 0x66 Instance 1 Attribute ID Parameters Access Name Attribute ID Parameters Access Name Pr. 26 Get/Set Multi-speed setting (speed 6) DU/PU main display data Pr. 52 Get/Set selection Pr. 27 Get/Set Multi-speed setting (speed 7) Get/Set FM terminal function selection Pr.
  • Page 88 OBJECT MAP Class 0x66 Instance 1 Class 0x66 Instance 1 Attribute ID Parameters Access Name Attribute ID Parameters Access Name Reset selection/disconnected Number of PU Pr. 75 Get/Set Pr. 121 Get/Set PU detection/PU stop selection communication retries Parameter write selection PU communication check Pr.
  • Page 89 OBJECT MAP Class 0x66 Instance 1 Class 0x66 Instance 1 Attribute ID Parameters Access Name Attribute ID Parameters Access Name Output current detection Pr. 182 Get/Set RH terminal function selection Pr. 151 Get/Set signal delay time MRS terminal function Get/Set Pr.
  • Page 90 OBJECT MAP Class 0x66 Instance 1 Attribute ID Parameters Access Name Output phase loss protection Pr. 251 Get/Set selection Life alarm status display Pr. 255 Inrush current limit circuit life Pr. 256 display Control circuit capacitor life Pr. 257 display Main circuit capacitor life Pr.
  • Page 91: Class 0x67 (extended Object Ii)

    OBJECT MAP Class 0x67 (Extended Object II) 7.9.1 Class 0x67 Instance 1 Set parameters of the inverter. Refer to the Instruction Manual of the inverter for details of the parameters. REMARKS • When reading/writing parameter, Class 0x70 to 0x79 (Extended object III) is recommended. (Refer to page 86) (1) Attribute Attribute ID Parameters Access Name...
  • Page 92 OBJECT MAP Attribute ID Parameters Access Name Terminal 2 frequency setting Get/Set bias frequency (Pr. 902) Terminal 2 frequency setting Get/Set bias (Pr. 902) Pr. 125 Terminal 2 frequency setting Get/Set gain frequency (Pr. 903) Terminal 2 frequency setting Get/Set gain (Pr.
  • Page 93: Class 0x70 To 0x79 (extended Object Iii)

    OBJECT MAP 7.10 Class 0x70 to 0x79 (Extended Object III) 7.10.1 Class 0x70 to 0x79 Instance 1, 2 Set parameters of the inverter. Refer to the Instruction Manual of the inverter for details of the parameters. (1) Attribute Class Instance Attribute Parameters Access...
  • Page 94: Class 0x80 (extended Object Iv)

    OBJECT MAP 7.11 Class 0x80 (Extended Object IV) 7.11.1 Class 0x80 Instance 1 Inverter monitored value can be read. Refer to the Instruction Manual of the inverter for details of each monitor. (1) Attribute Attribute Attribute Access Description (Increments) Access Description (Increments) Input terminal status Output frequency...
  • Page 95 OBJECT MAP (2) Service Service Code Description 0x0E Get Attribute Single...
  • Page 96: 7.12 Fr-e5nd (fr-e500-knd) Compatible Mode

    OBJECT MAP 7.12 FR-E5ND (FR-E500-KND) Compatible Mode Switching to the FR-E5ND (FR-E500-KND) compatible mode enables DeviceNet communication with the FR-E5ND (FR-E500-KND) specifications. (1) Switching procedure to the FR-E5ND (FR-E500-KND) compatible mode LED1 CAN- SHIELD FR-A7ND CAN+ Compatible mode switch (SW3) Turning on switch 1 and off switch 2 when the inverter power is off, then turning on the inverter will switch to the FR-E5ND (FR-E500-KND) compatible mode.
  • Page 97 OBJECT MAP (2) Specification of the FR-E5ND (FR-E500-KND) compatible mode The table below shows the differences between the FR-E5ND (FR-E500-KND) compatible mode and the normal mode. Refer to the FR-E5ND and FR-E500-KND manuals for details of each function of compatible mode FR-E5ND Class Instance...
  • Page 98 OBJECT MAP FR-E5ND Class Instance Attribute Normal Mode Name (FR-E500-KND) Refer to (FR-A7ND) Compatible Mode page CurrentActual 0x2A 0.01A increments 0.1A increments (actual current) OutputVoltage 0x2A 0.1V increments 1V increments (output voltage) AccelTime Period of time from 0 to reach 0x2A Period of time from 0 to reach (acceleration time)
  • Page 99: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING If a fault occurs and the inverter fails to operate properly, locate the cause of the fault and take proper corrective action by referring to the troubleshooting below. If the corresponding information is not found in the table, the inverter has problem, or the component parts are damaged, contact your sales representative.
  • Page 100: Appendix

    EDS file can be downloaded from the web site. Download the EDS file that supports the mode to be used (normal mode / FR-E5ND (FR-E500-KND) compatible mode). (Refer to page 89 for the mode switchover.) Mitsubishi Electric FA Site http://www.MitsubishiElectric.co.jp/fa/ The download is free.
  • Page 101: Error Code List

    APPENDIX Error Code List Error Name Description Code 0x00 Success Service was successfully performed by the object specified. Resources needed for the object to perform the requested service were 0x02 Resource unavailable unavailable. The path segment identifier or the segment syntax was not understood by the 0x04 Path segment error processing node.
  • Page 102 APPENDIX Error Name Description Code The data to be transmitted in the response buffer is larger than the allocated 0x11 Reply data too large response buffer. 0x13 Not enough data The service did not supply enough data to perform the specified. 0x14 Attribute not supported The attribute specified in the request is not supported.
  • Page 103 REVISIONS *The manual number is given on the bottom left of the back cover. Print Date *Manual Number Revision First edition Dec. 2007 IB(NA)-0600342ENG-A Dec. 2007 IB(NA)-0600342ENG-B Addition Compatible with the FR-E740-11K, 15K Sep. 2012 IB(NA)-0600342ENG-C Addition ⋅ FR-E5ND (FR-E500-KND) compatible mode ⋅...
  • Page 104 INVERTER HEAD OFFICE: TOKYO BUILDING 2-7-3, MARUNOUCHI, CHIYODA-KU, TOKYO 100-8310, JAPAN IB(NA)-0600342ENG-C(1209) MEE Printed in Japan Specifications subject to change without notice.

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