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Instruction Manual
TM
TOSVERT
1-phase 240V class 0.2
3-phase 500V 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.
MB1
VF-
2.2kW
15kW
NOTICE
E6581697
I
Safety
precautions
II II
Introduction
Contents
1
2
Connection
3
Operations
4
Setting
parameters
5
Main
parameters
6
Other
parameters
7
Operation
with external
signal
8
Monitoring the
operation status
9
Measures
to satisfy the
standards
10 10
Peripheral
devices
11 11
Table of
parameters
and data
12 12
13 13
Before making
a service call
14 14
Inspection and
maintenance
15 15
Warranty
16 16
Disposal of the
inverter

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  • Page 1: Industrial Inverter

    E6581697 Safety precautions II II Introduction Contents Industrial Inverter Read first For 3-phase induction motors Connection Operations Instruction Manual Setting parameters Main parameters TOSVERT Other parameters Operation with external signal Monitoring the operation status Measures to satisfy the standards 1-phase 240V class 0.2 2.2kW 10 10 Peripheral...

  • Page 2

    E6581697 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 3: Safety Precautions

    Reference Warning section  Never disassemble, modify or repair. This can result in electric shock, fire and injury. Call your Toshiba distributor for repairs. Disassembly prohibited  Do not open the terminal block cover while the inverter is on. The unit contains many high voltage parts and contact with them will result in electric shock.

  • Page 4

     Do not install or operate the inverter if it is damaged or any component is missing. 1.4.4 This can result in electric shock or fire. Call your Toshiba distributor for repairs.  Do not place any inflammable objects nearby.

  • Page 5

    E6581697 Reference Caution section  When removing and installing the terminal cover with a screwdriver, be sure not to scratch 1.3.2 your hand as this results in injury. 1.3.2  Pressing too hard on the screwdriver may scratch the inverter. 1.3.2 ...

  • Page 6

    E6581697 Reference Caution section  Do not attach equipment (such as noise filters or surge absorbers) that have built-in capacitors to the output (motor side) terminals. That could result in a fire. Prohibited  Operations Reference Warning section  Never touch the internal connector while the upper terminal cover of control panel is 1.3.2 opened.

  • Page 7: Measures To Satisfy The Standards

    E6581697  When operation by using remote keypad is selected Reference Warning section  Set the parameter Communication time-out time (f803), Communication time-out 6.19 action (f804) and Disconnection detection of remote keypad (f731). If these are not properly set, the inverter can not be stopped immediately in breaking communication and this could result in injury and accidents.

  • Page 8: Maintenance And Inspection

     Do not replace parts. 14.2 This could be a cause of electric shock, fire and bodily injury. To replace parts, call your Toshiba distributor. Prohibited  The equipment must be inspected every day. If the equipment is not inspected and maintained, errors and malfunctions may not be discovered and that could result in accidents.

  • Page 9

    E6581697 II. Introduction Thank you for your purchase of the Toshiba "TOSVERT VF-MB1” industrial inverter. This instruction manual is for the Ver. 106 or later CPU of the inverter. Please be informed that CPU version will be frequently upgraded.

  • Page 10

    Description of terminals ............................. B-6 3. Operations ..................................C-1 How to Set the Setup Menu..........................C-2 Simplified Operation of the VF-MB1 ........................C-4 How to operate the VF- MB1 ..........................C-9 Meter setting and adjustment ..........................C-13 Setting the electronic thermal ..........................C-16 Preset-speed operation (speeds in 15 steps) ....................

  • Page 11

    E6581697 5.11 Base frequency ..............................E-17 5.12 Selecting control mode............................E-18 5.13 Manual torque boost - increasing torque boost at low speeds ................E-25 5.14 Setting the electronic thermal..........................E-25 5.15 Preset-speed operation (speeds in 15 steps).....................E-25 5.16 Process input value of PID control ........................E-26 5.17 Default setting ..............................E-26 5.18...

  • Page 12

    E6581697 6.33 Communication function ............................ F-119 6.34 Permanent magnet motors ..........................F-127 6.35 Traverse function ............................... F-128 6.36 Logic sequence function ............................ F-128 7. Operations with external signal............................G-1 Operating external signals ..........................G-1 Applied operations by an I/O signal (operation from the terminal block)............G-2 Speed instruction (analog signal) settings from external devices ..............

  • Page 13

    E6581697 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-7 13.3 If the motor does not run while no trip message is displayed................M-8 13.4 How to determine the causes of other problems ....................M-9 14.

  • Page 14: Read First, Check Product Purchase

    E6581697 1. Read first Check product purchase Before using the product you have purchased, check to make sure that it is exactly what you ordered. Caution Use an inverter that conforms to the specifications of power supply and three-phase induction motor being used.

  • Page 15: Contents Of The Product

    E6581697 Instruction manual Danger label kit E6581697 Danger labels for sticking in 6 languages. ・English ・ Germany / English ・ Italian / English EMC plate ・ Spanish / English ・ Chinese / English ・ France / English Contents of the product Explanation of the name plate label Type Form...

  • Page 16: Names And Functions

    E6581697 Names and functions 1.3.1 Outside view Upper terminal cover Charge lamp [Control panel 1] This is the cover of input Indicates there is a high power circuit terminal for voltage still in the inverter. up to 4.0 kw. Do not open the terminal block cover when this lamp is lit because it is dangerous.

  • Page 17

    E6581697 [Control panel 2] RUN key Pressing this key while the run lamp is STOP key on starts operation. While the running lamp is blinking, pressing this key slows down and stops the inverter. EASY key Switches between easy and standard setting modes.

  • Page 18

    E6581697 [Opening the control terminal cover] 1) 2) About the monitor display The LED on the operation panel uses the following symbols to indicate parameters and operations. LED display (numbers) LED display (letters)

  • Page 19

    E6581697 1.3.2 Opening terminal cover and terminal block Warning  Never touch the internal connector while the upper cover of control panel is opened. There is a risk of shock because it carries a high voltage. Prohibited Caution  When removing and mounting the terminal cover or the terminal block with a screwdriver, be sure not to scratch your hand as this results in injury.

  • Page 20

    E6581697 (2) Mounting lower power terminal (output terminal) block (VFMB1S-2002 to 2022PL, VFMB1-4004 to 4037PL) Slide the terminal block in upward. Put the terminal block on lower of inverter. Insert the attached screw into the hole. And tighten the screw by a screwdriver. And then insert the attached earth screw into the earth hole and tighten the earth screw by a screwdriver.

  • Page 21

    E6581697 (3) Removing lower power terminal (output terminal) block (VFMB1S-2002 to 2022PL, VFMB1-4004 to 4037PL) Loose the earth screw and mounting screw by Move the terminal block downward. a screwdriver. And pick the screws up. Slide the terminal block to remove it.

  • Page 22

    E6581697 (4) Removing the power terminal cover (VFMB1-4055 to 4150PL) Insert a screwdriver or other thin object into the Press in on the screwdriver. hole indicated with the mark. While pressing on the screwdriver, slide the ★ After wiring is complete, be sure to restore the terminal cover downward to remove it.

  • Page 23

    E6581697 1.3.3 Power circuit and control circuit terminal boards 1) Power circuit terminal In case of the lug connector, cover the lug connector with insulated tube, or use the insulated lug connector. Use a plus or minus screwdriver to loose or tighten screws. VFMB1S-2002 to 2022PL Models VFMB1-4055 to 4150PL...

  • Page 24

    E6581697 VFMB1-4004 to 4015PL VFMB1-4022, 4037PL M3 screw M3 screw R/L1 S/L2 T/L3 R/L1 S/L2 T/L3 Earth terminal (M4 screw) Earth terminal (M4 screw) PBe PB U/T1 V/T2 W/T3 M3 screw PBe PB U/T1 V/T2 W/T3 M3 screw EMC plate EMC plate <Top view>...

  • Page 25

    E6581697 VFMB1-4055, 4075PL M4 screw Grounding capacitor M4 screw switch Earth terminals (M5 screw) VFMB1-4110, 4150PL M4 screw Grounding M4 screw capacitor switch Earth terminals (M5 screw) Note1) Bend the clips on the wiring port of the terminal cover to connect the PB, PBe, PA/+, and PC/- terminals.

  • Page 26

    E6581697 2) Grounding capacitor switch This inverter has a built-in high-attenuation noise filter and is grounded via a capacitor. A switch makes for easy switching to reduce leakage current from the inverter and the load on the capacitor. However, be careful, as reducing the load means non-conformity with the EMC standard on the inverter itself.

  • Page 27

    E6581697 3) Control circuit terminal board The control circuit terminal board is common to all equipment. SOURCE SINK SW2 (S3) LOGIC Default setting is PLC side and LOGIC side. Recommended Screw size tightening torque 0.5 Nm M3 screw 4.4 lbin Stripping length: 6 (mm) Shorting-bar Screwdriver: Small-sized flat-blade screwdriver...

  • Page 28: Notes On The Application

    E6581697 Notes on the application 1.4.1 Motors When this inverter and the motor are used in conjunction, pay attention to the following items. Caution Use an inverter that conforms to the specifications of power supply and three-phase induction motor being operated. If the inverter being used does not conform to those specifications, not only will the three-phase induction motor not rotate correctly, but it may cause serious accidents through overheating Mandatory and fire.

  • Page 29

    E6581697 Low loads and low inertia loads The motor may demonstrate instability such as abnormal vibrations or overcurrent trips at light loads of 5% or under of the load percentage, or when the load's inertia moment is extremely small. If that happens reduce the carrier frequency.

  • Page 30

    E6581697 Motors with a brake When motors with a brake are directly connected to the inverter's output, the brake cannot be released at startup because of low voltage. Wire the brake circuit separately from the main circuit. 3-phase FLB FLC S2 (ST) NO CC 3-phase power...

  • Page 31

    E6581697 1.4.2 Inverters Protecting inverters from overcurrent The inverter has an overcurrent protection function. The programmed current level is set to the inverter's maximum applicable motor. If the motor used has a small capacity, the overcurrent level and the electronic thermal protection must be readjusted. If adjustment is necessary, refer to section 3.5, and make adjustments as directed.

  • Page 32

    E6581697 Circuit breaking when two or more inverters are used on the same power line MCCB1 MCCB2 (circuit breaking fuse) INV1 MCCB3 INV2 MCCB: No-fuse breaker MCCBn  1 INVn Breaking of selected inverter There is no fuse in the inverter's main circuit. Thus, as the diagram above shows, when more than one inverter is used on the same power line, you must select interrupting characteristics so that only MCCB2 to MCCBn+1 will trip and the MCCB1 will not trip when a short occurs in the inverter (INV1).

  • Page 33

    E6581697 1.4.3 What to do about the leakage current Caution  The leakage current through the input/output power cables of inverter and capacitance of motor may affect to peripheral devices. The value of leakage current is increased under the condition of the PWM carrier frequency and the Mandatory length of the input/output power cables.

  • Page 34

    E6581697 (2) Influence of leakage current across lines Thermal relays Inverter 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 35: Installation Environment

    E6581697 Remedies: 1. Use a meter output terminal in the inverter control circuit. The load current can be output on the meter output terminal (FM). If the meter is connected, use an ammeter of 1mAdc full scale or a voltmeter of 10V full scale. 0-20mAdc (4-20mAdc) can be also output.

  • Page 36

    If the inverter is installed in a location that is subject to vibration, anti-vibration measures are required. Please consult with Toshiba about these measures.  If the inverter is installed near any of the equipment listed below, provide measures to insure against errors in operation.

  • Page 37

    Warning  Do not install or operate the inverter if it is damaged or any component is missing. This can result in electric shock or fire. Call your Toshiba distributor for repairs. Prohibited  Mount the inverter on a metal plate.

  • Page 38

    E6581697 The space shown in the diagram is the minimum allowable space. Because air cooled equipment has cooling fans built in on the top or bottom surfaces, make the space on top and bottom as large as possible to allow for air passage.

  • Page 39

    E6581697  Panel designing taking into consideration the effects of noise The inverter generates high frequency noise. When designing the control panel setup, consideration must be given to that noise. Examples of measures are given below.  Wire so that the main circuit wires and the control circuit wires are separated. Do not place them in the same conduit, do not run them parallel, and do not bundle them.

  • Page 40: Cautions On Wiring

    2. Connection Warning  Never disassemble, modify or repair. This can result in electric shock, fire and injury. Call your Toshiba distributor for repairs. Disassembly prohibited  Don't stick your fingers into openings such as cable wiring hole and cooling fan covers.

  • Page 41

    E6581697 Warning  Ground must be connected securely. If the ground is not securely connected, it could lead to electric shock or fire. Be Grounded Caution  Do not attach devices with built-in capacitors (such as noise filters or surge absorber) to the output (motor side) terminal.

  • Page 42: Standard Connections

    E6581697 Standard connections Warning  Do not connect input power to the output (motor side) terminals (U/T1, V/T2, W/T3). Connecting input power to the output could destroy the inverter or cause a fire.  Do not insert a braking resistor between DC terminals (between PA/+ and PC/-). It could cause a fire.

  • Page 43: Standard Connection Diagram

    3ph-500V class: three-phase 380-500V -50/60Hz Control power supply Forward run command Single MCCB(2P) Control phase R/L1 Reverse run command VF-MB1 circuit Power S/L2/N Reset supply Preset-speed command 1 Preset-speed command 2 Protective function activation output Preset-speed command 3 Operation panel Common *1: Set the slide switch SW1 to sink side.

  • Page 44

    T/L3 W/T3 -50/60Hz Control power supply M CCB(2P) Single Forward run command R/L1 phase Control VF-MB1 circuit Power S/L2/N Reverse run command supply Reset Preset-speed command 1 Protective function Preset-speed command 2 activation output *1: Set the slide switch SW1 to source side.

  • Page 45: Description Of Terminals

    E6581697 Description of terminals 2.3.1 Power circuit terminals Connections with peripheral equipment Magnetic No-fuse Input AC noise contactor braker reactor reduction filter Motor U/T1 Inverter R/L1 Power S/L2 V/T2 supply W/T3 T/L3 Zero-phase reactor Braking resistor Note 1: The T/L3 terminal is not provided for any single-phase models. So if you are using single-phase models, use the R/L1 and S/L2/N terminals to connect power cables.

  • Page 46: Control Circuit Terminals

    E6581697 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. Refer to section 1.3.3.3) about the arrangement of control circuit terminals. Control circuit terminals Terminal Input /...

  • Page 47

    E6581697 Terminal Input / Electrical Function Inverter internal circuits symbol output specifications Common Control circuit's equipotential terminal to Input / (3 terminals) output +24V 10Vdc Voltage (permissible load Output Analog power supply output Regulator current: 10mA) Multifunction programmable analog input. Default setting: 0-10Vdc (1/1000 resolution) and 0-60Hz (0-50Hz) 10Vdc...

  • Page 48

    E6581697 Terminal Input / Electrical Function Inverter internal circuits symbol output specifications 1mAdc full-scale ammeter or QS60T(option) Multifunction programmable analog 0-20mA (4-20mA) – output. Default setting: output frequency. DC ammeter +24V The function can be changed to ammeter, Permissible load +24V Voltage Output...

  • Page 49

    E6581697 Terminal Input / Electrical Function Inverter internal circuits symbol output specifications Multifunction programmable open Open collector output collector output. Default setting detect 24Vdc-100mA and output speed reach signal. Multifunction output terminals to which To output pulse two different functions can be assigned. trains, The NO terminal is an isoelectric output a current of 10mA...

  • Page 50

    E6581697 SINK (Negative) logic/SOURCE (Positive) logic (When the inverter's internal power supply is used) Current flowing out turns control input terminals on. These are called sink logic terminals. The general used method in Europe is source logic in which current flowing into the input terminal turns it Sink logic is sometimes referred to as negative logic, and source logic is referred to as positive logic.

  • Page 51

    E6581697 SINK (Negative) logic (When an external power supply is used) The P24 terminal is used to connect to an external power supply or to separate a terminal from other input or output terminals. <Examples of connections when an external power supply is used> Sink (Negative) logic Slide switch SW1 : PLC side Input...

  • Page 52

     If the inverter begins to emit smoke or an unusual odor, or unusual sounds, immediately turn power off. If the equipment is continued in operation in such a state, the result may be fire. Call your Toshiba distributor for repairs.

  • Page 53

    E6581697 How to Set the Setup Menu Warning  With incorrect setting, the drive will be damaged and have unexpected movement. Be sure to set the setup parameter correctly. Mandatory action Set the setup menu according to the base frequency and the base frequency voltage of the motor connected. (If you are not sure which region code of setup menu should be selected and what values should be specified, consult your distributer.) Each setup menu automatically sets all parameters relating to the base frequency and the base frequency voltage of...

  • Page 54

    E6581697  Values set by each setup parameter     (Mainly in Asia, Title Function (Mainly in (Mainly in (Mainly in Oceania) Europe) North America) Japan) Note 1) / 50.0(Hz) 60.0(Hz) 50.0(Hz) Frequency settings / 60.0(Hz)   / ...

  • Page 55

    E6581697 Simplified Operation of the VF-MB1 The procedures for setting operation frequency and the methods of operation can be selected from the following. : (1) Run and stop using the panel keypad Run / Stop (2) Run and stop using external signals to terminal...

  • Page 56

    E6581697 3.2.1 How to run and stop [Example of  setting procedure] Panel operation LED display Operation Displays the output frequency (operation stopped).  (When standard monitor display selection = [output frequency]) Displays the first basic parameter [History ()]. MODE ...

  • Page 57

    E6581697 (3) Coast stop Coast stop The standard default is deceleration stop. To make a Motor coast stop, assign "6 (ST)" to an idle terminal. speed Set parameter =. For coast stop, open the ST-CC when stopping the motor in the state described at right. The monitor on F-CC the inverter at this time will display .

  • Page 58

    E6581697 3.2.2 How to set the frequency [Example of  setting procedure]: Setting the frequency by the terminal VIA Panel operation LED display Operation Displays the output frequency (operation stopped).  (When standard monitor display selection = [output frequency]) Displays the first basic parameter [History ()]. ...

  • Page 59: Frequency Setting

    E6581697 (2) Setting of frequency using external signals to terminal block (=,or)  Frequency setting Setting the frequency using external potentiometer ★Potentiometer Setting frequency using the potentiometer (1k -10k, 1/4W) Refer to section 6.5.2 for detailed adjustment. : Setting frequency V I A 50 or 60Hz using potentiometer...

  • Page 60

    E6581697 How to operate the VF-MB1 Overview of how to operate the inverter with simple examples Setting the frequency using the setting dial, and run/stop using the Ex.1 panel keypad (1) Wiring PA/+ PC/- Motor MCCB U/T1 R/L1 S/L2 V/T2...

  • Page 61

    E6581697 Setting the frequency using the setting dial, and run/stop using the Ex.2 panel keypad (2) Wiring PA/+ PC/- Motor MCCB R/L1 U/T1 S/L2 V/T2 T/L3 W/T3 Operation panel Parameter setting Title Function Programmed value Command mode selection  Frequency setting mode selection ...

  • Page 62

    E6581697 Setting the frequency using the setting dial, and run/stop using Ex.3 external signals Wiring PA/+ PC/- Motor MCCB U/T1 R/L1 S/L2 V/T2 W/T3 T/L3 Forward signal Operation panel Reverse signal Common Parameter setting Title Function Programmed value Command mode selection ...

  • Page 63

    E6581697 Setting the frequency using external signals, run/stop using external Ex.4 signals. Wiring PA/+ PC/- Motor MCCB R/L1 U/T1 S/L2 V/T2 T/L3 W/T3 Forward signal Reverse signal Common Current signal: 4  20mA VIB PP Voltage signal: 0  10V External potentiometer (Otherwise, input voltage signal between the terminals VIA-CC.) Parameter setting...

  • Page 64: Meter Setting And Adjustment

    E6581697 Meter setting and adjustment  : Meter selection  : Meter adjustment gain  Function Output of 0 - 1mAdc, 0 (4) - 20mAdc, 0 - 10vdc can be selected for the output signal from the FM terminal, depending on the  setting. Adjust the scale at  . Use an ammeter with a full-scale 0 - 1mAdc meter.

  • Page 65

    E6581697  Resolution All FM terminals have a maximum of 1/1000.  Example of 4-20mA output adjustment (Refer to section 6.17.2 for details)  =1,  =0  =1,  =20 (mA) (mA) Output Output currrent currrent f692 100% 100% Internal calculated value Internal calculated value Note 1) When using the FM terminal for current output, be sure that the external load resistance is less than 750Ω.

  • Page 66

    E6581697 [Example of how to adjust the FM terminal frequency meter] Use the meter's adjustment screw to pre-adjust zero-point. Operation panel action LED display Operation Displays the output frequency.  .  (When standard monitor display selection  is set to  ) The first basic parameter “...

  • Page 67: Setting The Electronic Thermal

    E6581697 Setting the electronic thermal   : Overload characteristic selection   : Motor electronic-thermal protection level 1   : Electronic-thermal protection characteristic selection 3 : Motor electronic-thermal protection level 2  : Motor 150% overload detection time ...

  • Page 68

    E6581697 [Parameter setting] Title Function Adjustment range Default setting 0: Disabled Electronic-thermal memory  1: Enabled *2 10-100 Overload alarm level  *1: The inverter's rated current is 100%. When  (current and voltage unit selection) = 1 (A (amps)/V (volts)) is selected, it can be set at A (amps).

  • Page 69

    E6581697  Setting of electronic thermal protection characteristics selection   Setting value Overload protection Overload stall  valid invalid valid valid  invalid invalid  invalid valid   Setting of motor electronic thermal protection level 1  (Same as f173) When the capacity of the motor in use 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 thermal protection level 1 ...

  • Page 70

    E6581697 [Using a VF motor (motor for use with inverter)]  Setting of electronic thermal protection characteristics selection  Setting value Overload protection Overload stall valid invalid  valid valid  invalid invalid  invalid valid  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.

  • Page 71

    E6581697  =  (150%-60s),  =  (Constant torque characteristic) Protection is given uniformly regardless of ambient temperature, as shown by the 150%-60 sec overload curve in the figure below. Inverter overload Current Inverter overload time [s] time [s] (Outline data) 2400 Monitored output current [%]...

  • Page 72

    E6581697 Note 1: If the load applied to the inverter exceeds 150% of its rated load or the operation frequency is less than 0.1Hz, the inverter may trip (  or  to  ) in a shorter time. Note 2: The inverter is factory-set so that, if the inverter becomes overloaded, it will automatically reduce the carrier frequency to avoid an overload trip ( ...

  • Page 73

    E6581697 5) Overload characteristic selection aul Overload characteristic of inverter can be selected to 150%-60s or 120%-60s. [Parameters settings] Title Function Adjustment range Default setting 0: - 1: Constant torque characteristic ( 150%-60s ) Overload characteristic selection  2: Variable torque characteristic (...

  • Page 74

    E6581697  =  ( Variable torque characteristic),  =  (Temperature estimation) This parameter adjusts automatically overload protection, predicting the inverter internal temperature rise. (diagonally shaded area in the figure below) time [s] Monitored output current [%] 105% 120% 100%: Inverter rated output current Inverter overload protection characteristics Note 1: The rated output current of inverter is changed by setting of aul = 1 or 2 .

  • Page 75

    E6581697 Preset-speed operation (speeds in 15 steps)  to  : Preset-speed frequency 1 to 7  to  : Preset-speed frequency 8 to15  Function A maximum of 15 speed steps can be selected just by switching an external logic signal. Multi-speed frequencies can be programmed anywhere from the lower limit frequency ...

  • Page 76

    E6581697 Preset-speed logic input signal example: Slide switch SW1 = SINK side O: ON -: OFF (Speed commands other than preset-speed commands are valid when all are OFF) Preset-speed Terminal S1-CC         S2-CC ...

  • Page 77

    E6581697 3) Using other speed commands with preset-speed command 1: Panel keypad (including extension panel), Command mode selection 2: RS485 communication 0: Terminal board  3: CANopen communication 4: Communication option 1: Terminal 1: Terminal board VIA board VIA 2: Terminal 2: Terminal 0:Setting dial 1 4: RS485...

  • Page 78

    E6581697 4. Setting parameters Setting and Display Modes This inverter has the following three display modes. Standard monitor mode The standard inverter mode. This mode is enabled when inverter power goes on. This mode is for monitoring the output frequency and setting the frequency reference value. If also displays information about status alarms during running and trips.

  • Page 79

    E6581697 Status monitor mode The mode for monitoring all inverter status. Allows monitoring of set frequencies, output current/voltage and terminal information.  Refer to chapter 8. The inverter can be moved through each of the modes by pressing the MODE key. ...

  • Page 80: How To Set Parameters

    E6581697 How to set parameters There are two types of setting monitor modes: Easy mode and Standard setting mode. The mode active when power is turned on can be selected at  (EASY key mode selection), and the mode can be switched by the EASY key. Note, however, that the switching method differs when only the Easy mode is selected.

  • Page 81

    E6581697 Standard setting mode : The mode changes to the Standard setting mode when the EASY key is pressed and "" is displayed. Both basic and extended all parameters are displayed. Basic parameters : This parameter is a basic parameter for the operation of the inverter.

  • Page 82

    E6581697 4.2.1 Settings in the Easy setting mode The inverter enters this mode by pressing the MODE key when the Easy setting mode is selected Easy setting mode (Default registered parameters) When you are unsure of something Title Function during operation: Command mode selection ...

  • Page 83

    E6581697 4.2.2 Settings in the Standard setting mode The inverter enters this mode by pressing the MODE key when the Standard setting mode is selected.  How to set basic parameters When you are unsure of something (1) Selects parameter to be changed. (Turn the setting dial.) during operation: You can return to the Standard monitor (2) Reads the programmed parameter setting.

  • Page 84

    E6581697  How to set extended parameters Each extended parameter is composed of an ",  or "suffixed with a 3-digit figure, so first select and read out the heading of the parameter you want "" to "", "", "" ("": Parameter starting point is 100, "": Parameter starting point is A.) (5) Select the title of the parameter you want to change.

  • Page 85

    E6581697 Reset parameters to default settings  Use the  parameter to reset all parameters back to their default settings. To use this function, set parameter = or .  Refer to section 4.3.2 for details. Call saved customer settings  Customer settings can be batch-saved and batch-called.

  • Page 86

    E6581697  How to search and reprogram parameters Panel operation LED display Operation Displays the output frequency (operation stopped). (When standard monitor display selection is set as =  [output frequency]) MODE Displays the first basic parameter "History function ()." ...

  • Page 87

    E6581697 4.3.2 Return to default settings  : Default setting  Function It is possible to return groups of parameters to their defaults, clear run times, and record/recall set parameters. [Parameter setting] Title Function Adjustment range Default setting 0: - 1: 50Hz default setting 2: 60Hz default setting 3: Default setting 1 (Initialization)

  • Page 88

    E6581697 60 Hz default setting (=) Setting  to  sets the following parameters for base frequency 60 Hz use. (The setting values of other parameters are not changed.)  Max. frequency ()  Upper limit frequency () :60Hz :60Hz ...

  • Page 89

    E6581697 Save user setting parameters ( = ) Setting  to  saves the current settings of all parameters. Load user setting parameters ( = ) Setting  to  loads parameter settings to (calls up) those saved by setting  to . By setting ...

  • Page 90

    E6581697 Checking the region settings selection  : Checking the region setting  Function The region selected on the setup menu can be checked. Also, the setup menu can be started to change to a different region. [Parameter setting] Title Function Adjustment range Default setting...

  • Page 91: Easy Key Function

    E6581697 EASY key function  : EASY key mode selection  : EASY key function selection  to  : Easy setting mode parameter 1 to 32 • Function It is possible to switch between standard mode and easy setting mode using the EASY key. Up to 32 arbitrary parameters can be registered to easy setting mode.

  • Page 92

    E6581697  = * When the power is turned on, the inverter is in standard mode. Press the EASY key to switch to easy setting mode.  = * When the power is turned on, the inverter is in easy setting mode. Press the EASY key to switch to standard mode.

  • Page 93

    E6581697 [How to select parameters] Select the desired parameters as easy setting mode parameters 1 to 32 ( to ). Note that parameters should be specified by communication number. For communication numbers, refer to Table of parameters. In easy setting mode, only parameters registered to parameters 1 to 32 are displayed in order of registration. The values of the default settings are shown in the table below.

  • Page 94

    E6581697 Shortcut key function (=) This function allows you to register, in a shortcut list, parameters whose settings need to be changed frequently so that you can read them out easily in a single operation. The shortcut is usable in the frequency monitor mode only. [Operation] Set the parameter ...

  • Page 95

    E6581697 5. Main parameters Before you operate the inverter, the parameters that you must first program are the basic parameters. Refer to section 11 tables of basic parameters. Searching for changes using the history function ()  : History function History function (): Automatically searches for 5 latest parameters that are programmed with values different from the default setting and displays them in the .

  • Page 96

    E6581697 Parameter MODE display Press the MODE key to return to the parameter setting mode  “.”  After that you can press the MODE key to return to the status MODE  monitor mode or the standard monitor mode (display of output ...

  • Page 97

    E6581697  How to use the guidance function Here are the steps to follow to set parameters, using the guidance function. (When the Preset speed guidance auf = 2) Operation panel LED display Operation action Displays the operation frequency (output stopped). (When standard monitor display selection =...

  • Page 98

    E6581697 Table of parameters that can be changed using the guidance function Preset-speed setting Analog input operation Motor 2 switching Motor constant guidance guidance operation guidance setting guidance auf=2 auf=3 auf=4 auf=5         ...

  • Page 99

    E6581697 Setting acceleration/deceleration time  :Automatic acceleration/deceleration  :Acceleration time 1  :Deceleration time 1  Function 1) For acceleration time 1  programs the time that it takes for the inverter output frequency to go from 0.0Hz to maximum frequency . 2) For deceleration time 1 ...

  • Page 100

    E6581697 setting that conforms to further changes in load. Use this parameter after actually connecting the motor. When the inverter is used with a load that fluctuates considerably, it may fail to adjust the acceleration or deceleration time in time, and therefore may be tripped. Do not use ...

  • Page 101: Increasing Starting Torque

    E6581697 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. If an even shorter acceleration/deceleration time is programmed, there may be an overcurrent trip or overvoltage trip for inverter protection.

  • Page 102

    E6581697 Note 1: The same characteristic can be obtained by setting the V/F control mode selection parameter  to  (automatic torque boost control) and the auto-tuning parameter  to  (auto-tuning).  Refer to section 6.21 Note 2: Setting  to  automatically programs  to . 2) When using vector control (increasing starting torque and high-precision operations) ...

  • Page 103

    E6581697 Press the center of the setting dial to save the changed parameter.      and the parameter are displayed alternately. If vector control cannot be programmed..First read the precautions about vector control in section 5.12-9). 1) If the desired torque cannot be obtained ⇒...

  • Page 104: Selection Of Operation Mode

    E6581697 Selection of operation mode  : Command mode selection  : Frequency setting mode selection  Function These parameters are used to specify which input device (panel keypad, terminal board, or communication) takes priority in entering an operation stop command or frequency setting mode (terminal board VIA/VIB/VIC, setting dial, communication, or UP/DOWN from external logic).

  • Page 105

    E6581697 <Frequency setting mode selection> [Parameter setting] Title Function Adjustment range Default setting 0: Setting dial 1(save even if power is off) 1: Terminal board VIA 2: Terminal board VIB 3: Setting dial 2(press in center to save) 4: RS485 communication Frequency setting mode selection 1 5: UP/DOWN from external logic input ...

  • Page 106

    E6581697 A frequency command is set by means of external analog signals. : Terminal board VIC (VIC terminal: 0 (4) - 20mAdc) ⇒ Refer to section 3.2.2 and 7.3 A frequency command is set by means of external pulse train signals. : Pulse train input (S2 terminal: 10pps - 20kpps)

  • Page 107

    E6581697  Example of run and frequency command switching Command mode and frequency setting mode switching Command mode selection With extension panel Terminal block RS485 communication  (option) RKP007Z active (CMTB) priority clear Input terminal (SCLC) function Input terminal function :108/109 :48/49 Terminal board...

  • Page 108

    E6581697 Meter setting and adjustment  : Meter selection  : Meter adjustment gain Refer to section 3.4 for details. Forward/reverse run selection (Panel keypad)  : Forward/reverse run selection (Panel keypad)  Function Program the direction of rotation of the motor when the running and stopping are made using the RUN key and STOP key on the operation panel.

  • Page 109: Maximum Frequency

    E6581697 The inverter was factory-configured by default so that if both forward and reverse run signals from terminal board are ON simultaneously, the motor will decelerate to stop. However, you can use the parameter  to select deceleration stop or reverse run. Maximum frequency : Maximum frequency ...

  • Page 110: Upper Limit And Lower Limit Frequencies

    E6581697 5.10 Upper limit and lower limit frequencies : Upper limit frequency : Lower limit frequency  Function Programs the lower limit frequency that determines the lower limit of the output frequency and the upper limit frequency that determines the upper limit of that frequency. Upper limit Lower limit Command frequency (Hz)

  • Page 111: Base Frequency

    E6581697 5.11 Base frequency  : Base frequency 1  : Base frequency voltage 1  Function Set 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. Base frequency voltage ...

  • Page 112: Selecting Control Mode

    E6581697 5.12 Selecting control mode  : V/F control mode selection  Function The V/F controls shown below can be selected.  V/F constant  Variable torque  Automatic torque boost control (*1)  Vector control (*1)  Energy saving (*1) ...

  • Page 113

    E6581697 [Setting V/F control mode selection to 3 (sensorless vector control)] Operation panel LED display Operation action Displays the output frequency. (Perform during operation stopped.) (When standard monitor display selection  is set to  . [output frequency]) MODE The first basic parameter “” (history function) is displayed. ...

  • Page 114

    E6581697 * To increase the torque further, increase the setting value of the manual torque boost value 1 ().  Refer to section 5.12 for details. 2) Setting for fans and pumps Setting of V/F control mode selection  to  (variable torque) This is appropriate for load characteristics of such things as fans, pumps and blowers in which the torque is proportional to the square of load rotation speed.

  • Page 115

    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, set the following parameters according to the motor's name plate.

  • Page 116

    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 no need to set the motor constant. In any other case, set the following parameters according to the motor’s name plate.

  • Page 117

    E6581697 8) Setting of V/f characteristic arbitrarily Setting of V/f control mode selection pt to 7 (V/f 5-point setting) In this mode, the base frequency and the base frequency voltage for the V/f control need to be set to operate the motor while switching a maximum of 5 different V/f characteristics.

  • Page 118

    E6581697 Voltage 100% : Area in which the V/f 5-point cannot be set Frequency  9) Cautions for vector control 1) When performing vector control, look at the motor's name plate and set the following parameters.  (Base frequency 1),  (Base frequency voltage 1),  (Motor rated capacity),  (Motor rated current), ...

  • Page 119

    E6581697 5.13 Manual torque boost - increasing torque boost at low speeds  : Torque boost value 1  Function If torque is inadequate at low speeds, increase torque by raising the torque boost rate with this parameter. Base frequency voltage ...

  • Page 120

    E6581697 5.16 Process input value of PID control fpid : Process input value of PID control Refer to section 6.20 for details. 5.17 Default setting t : Default setting Refer to section 4.3.2 for details. 5.18 Checking the region setting selection ...

  • Page 121: Other Parameters

    E6581697 6. Other parameters Extended parameters are provided for sophisticated operation, fine adjustment and other special purposes. Modify parameter settings as required. Refer to section 11 tables of extended parameters. Input/output parameters 6.1.1 Low-speed signal f100 : Low-speed signal output frequency ...

  • Page 122

    E6581697 An example of the connection of An example of the connection of the open collector OUT (sink logic) the relay output terminals +24V +24V  Output terminal setting Default outputs low-speed signal (ON signal) to RY-RC terminal. This setting must be changed to invert the polarity of the signal.

  • Page 123

    E6581697 Output frequency [Hz] Designated frequency   Setting frequency Designated frequency   Time [s] Output frequency attainment signal : OUT-NO terminals Inversion of output frequency attainment signal 6.1.3 Output of set frequency speed reach signal f101 : Speed reach setting frequency f102 : Speed reach detection band ...

  • Page 124: Input Signal Selection

    E6581697 If the detection band value + the set frequency is less than the designated frequency Output frequency [Hz]  +    -  Time [s] Set frequency attainment signal : OUT-NO terminals Inversion of set frequency attainment signal Input signal selection 6.2.1 Priority selection (Both F and R are ON)

  • Page 125

    E6581697 (1) [ f105 = 0 (Reverse)]: If an F command and an R command are entered simultaneously, the motor will run in the reverse direction. Output frequency [Hz] Setting frequency Forward run Time [s] Reverse run Setting frequency Forward run command Reverse run command (2) [ f105 = 1 (Stop)]: If an F command and an R command are entered simultaneously, the motor will deceleration stop.

  • Page 126

    E6581697 6.2.2 Changing the voltage range of VIB terminal f107 : Analog input terminal selection (VIB)  Function This parameter allows you to choose the voltage signal input for the VIB terminal. [Parameter setting] Title Function Adjustment range Default setting Analog input terminal 0: 0-+10V f107...

  • Page 127: Terminal Function Selection

    E6581697 Terminal function selection 6.3.1 Keeping an input terminal function always active (ON) f104 : Always active function selection 1 f108 : Always active function selection 2 f110 : Always active function selection 3  Function This parameter specifies an input terminal function that is always to be kept active (ON). [Parameter setting] Title Function...

  • Page 128: Modifying Input Terminal Functions, Modifying Output Terminal Functions

    E6581697 6.3.2 Modifying input terminal functions f111 : Input terminal selection 1A (F) f151 : Input terminal selection 1B (F) f112 : Input terminal selection 2A (R) f152 : Input terminal selection 2B (R) f113 : f153 : Input terminal selection 3A (RES) Input terminal selection 3B (RES) f114 : Input terminal selection 4A (S1) f154 : Input terminal selection 4B (S1)

  • Page 129

    E6581697 6.3.4 Comparing the frequency command values f167 : Frequency command agreement detection range fmod : Frequency setting mode selection 1 f207 : Frequency setting mode selection 2  Function If the frequency command value specified using fmod (or f207 ) almost agrees with the frequency command value from the VIA terminal with an accuracy of ...

  • Page 130: Basic Parameters

    E6581697 Basic parameters 2 6.4.1 Switching motor characteristics via terminal input f170 : Base frequency 2 f171 : Base frequency voltage 2 f172 : Torque boost value 2 f173 : Motor electronic-thermal protection level 2 f185 : Stall prevention level 2 ...

  • Page 131

    E6581697 Setting of switching terminals To switch to motor 2, assign the following functions to a terminal not being used. It is also possible to switch to acceleration/deceleration 2 (AD2). Refer to section 6.15.1 for details. It is possible to set 3 functions for terminal F and R, and 2 functions for terminal S1 and S2. Input terminal function number Parameters changed from applicable parameters and default standards ...

  • Page 132: Frequency Priority Selection

    E6581697 V/f 5-point setting f190 : V/f5-point setting VF1 frequency f196 : V/f 5-point setting VF4 frequency f191 : V/f 5-point setting VF1 voltage f197 : V/f 5-point setting VF4 voltage f192 : V/f 5-point setting VF2 frequency f198 : V/f 5-point setting VF5 frequency f193 : V/f 5-point setting VF2 voltage f199 : V/f 5-point setting VF5 voltage f194 : V/f 5-point setting VF3 frequency...

  • Page 133: Parameter Setting

    E6581697 Parameter setting Title Function Adjustment range Default setting 0: Setting dial 1(save even if power is off) 1: Terminal board VIA Frequency setting mode selection 1 fmod 2: Terminal board VIB 3: Setting dial 2(press in center to save) 4: RS485 communication 5: UP/DOWN from external logic input...

  • Page 134: Setting Frequency Command Characteristics

    E6581697 6.6.2 Setting frequency command characteristics  f107 : Analog input terminal selection(VIB) f109 : Analog/logic input selection (VIA/VIB) f201 : VIA input point 1 setting f202 : VIA Input point 1 frequency f203 : VIA Input point 2 setting f204 : VIA Input point 2 frequency f209 : Analog input filter f210 : VIB input point 1 setting...

  • Page 135

    E6581697 [Parameter setting] Title Function Adjustment range Default setting Analog input terminal 0: 0-+10V f107 selection (VIB) 1: -10-+10V Analog/logic input 0: Analog input for communications selection (VIA/VIB) VIB - analog input 1: VIA - analog input VIB - contact input (Sink) 2: VIA - analog input f109 VIB - contact input (Source)

  • Page 136

    E6581697 1) 0-10Vdc voltage input adjustment (VIA, VIB terminals)  Point settings adjust the / frequency command for the 50/60 (Hz) voltage input.  Gradient and bias can be set easily.  / 0 ( Hz)  / / 0 (%) 100 (%) 10V voltage signal Frequency commnd...

  • Page 137

    E6581697 6.6.3 Setting of frequency with the input from an external logic  : External logic input - UP response time  : External logic input - UP frequency steps  : External logic input - DOWN response time  : External logic input - DOWN frequency steps ...

  • Page 138

    E6581697 Adjustment with continuous signals (Operation example 1) Set parameters as follows to adjust the output frequency up or down in proportion to the frequency adjustment signal input time: Panel frequency incremental gradient = f265 / f264 setting time Panel frequency decremental gradient = f267 / f266 setting time Set parameters as follows to adjust the output frequency up or down almost in synchronization with the adjustment by the panel frequency command: f264 = f266 = 1...

  • Page 139

    E6581697 <<Sample sequence diagram 2: Adjustment with pulse signals>> Forward / reverse command UP signal DOWN signal Set frequency clearing signal Upper limit frequency Command frequency(Hz) (The dotted lines represent effective output frequencies) 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.

  • Page 140: Fine Adjustment Of Frequency Setting Signal

    E6581697 6.6.4 Fine adjustment of frequency setting signal f470 : VIA input bias f473 : VIB input gain f471 : VIA input gain f474 : VIC input bias f472 : VIB input bias f475 : VIC input gain  Function These parameters are used to fine adjust the relation between the frequency setting signal input through the analog input terminal VIA, VIB, VIC and the output frequency.

  • Page 141

    E6581697 6.6.5 Setting of frequency with the pulse train input 146 : Logic input / pulse train input selection (S2) 378 : Number of pulse train input 679 : Pulse train input filter  Function These parameters are used to set an output frequency by means of pulse train input signal of S2 terminal.

  • Page 142: Operation Frequency, Starting Frequency

    E6581697 Operation frequency 6.7.1 Starting frequency f240 : Starting frequency  Function The frequency set with  is put out as soon as operation is started. Use the  parameter when a delay in response of starting torque according to the acceleration/deceleration time is probably affecting operation.

  • Page 143

    E6581697 6.7.2 Run/stop control with frequency setting signals f241 : Operation starting frequency f242 : Operation starting frequency hysteresis  Function The Run/stop of operation can be controlled simply with frequency setting signals. [Parameter setting] Title Function Adjustment range Default setting Operation starting frequency 0.0- fh (Hz) f241...

  • Page 144

    E6581697 DC braking 6.8.1 DC braking f249 : PWM carrier frequency during DC braking f250 : DC braking starting frequency f251 : DC braking current f252 : 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.

  • Page 145: Motor Shaft Fixing Control

    E6581697 6.8.2 Motor shaft fixing control f254 : Motor shaft fixing control  Function This function is used to prevent the motor from running unexpectedly because its shaft is not restrained or to preheat the motor. [Parameter setting] Title Function Adjustment range Default setting f254...

  • Page 146

    E6581697 Time limit for lower-limit frequency operation 6.9.1 Time limit for lower-limit frequency operation f256 : Time limit for lower-limit frequency operation f391 : Hysteresis for lower-limit frequency operation  Function If operation is carried out continuously at a frequency below the lower-limit frequency (  ) for the period of time set with ...

  • Page 147: Jog Run Mode

    E6581697 6.10 Jog run mode f260 : Jog run frequency f261 : Jog run stopping pattern f262 : Panel jog run mode  Function Use the jog run parameters to operate the motor in jog mode. Input of a jog run signal generates a jog run frequency output at once, irrespective of the designated acceleration time.

  • Page 148

    E6581697 Set frequency Forward Forward Forward Reverse ST-CC F-CC R-CC RES- (=18) Normal operation frequency setting signal input  The jog run setting terminal (RES-CC) is enabled when the operation frequency is below the jog run frequency. This connection does not function at an operation frequency exceeding the jog run frequency. ...

  • Page 149

    E6581697 6.11 Jump frequency - avoiding resonant frequencies f270 : Jump frequency 1 f271 : Jumping width 1 f272 : Jump frequency 2 f273 : Jumping width 2 f274 : Jump frequency 3 f275 : 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 150: Bumpless Operation

    E6581697 6.12 Preset-speed frequencies f287 to f294 : Preset-speed frequency 8 to 15 Refer to section 3.6 for details. 6.13 Bumpless operation f295 : Bumpless operation selection f732 : Local/remote key prohibition of extension panel  Function When switching from Remote mode to Local mode, the status of start and stop, and operating frequency at Remote mode are moved to Local mode.

  • Page 151

    E6581697 Operation example : Remote mode ( cmod = 0 : (Terminal board)) Remote mode Local mode EASY Setting frequency and start/stop status are moved to Local mode Output when switching from Remote frequency mode to Local mode. Motor runs continuously like an F-CC example.

  • Page 152: Pwm Carrier Frequency

    E6581697 6.14 PWM carrier frequency aul : Overload characteristic selection f300 : PWM carrier frequency f312 : Random mode f316 : 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.

  • Page 153

    E6581697 De-rating of rated current [Single phase 240V class] In case of parameter aul = 1 (Constant torque characteristic (150%-60s)) setting. PWM carrier frequency (Parameter f300 ) Ambient VFMB1S- temperature 2.0k - 4.0 kHz 4.1k - 12.0 kHz 12.1k - 16.0 kHz 40 ...

  • Page 154

    E6581697 [Three phase 500 V class] In case of parameter aul = 1 (Constant torque characteristic (150%-60s)) setting PWM carrier frequency (Parameter f300 ) Ambient VFMB1- temperature 2.0k - 4.0 kHz 4.1k - 12.0 kHz 12.1k - 16.0 kHz 40  C or less 1.5 A 1.5 A 1.2 A...

  • Page 155

    E6581697 In case of parameter aul = 2 (Variable torque characteristic (120%-60s)) setting PWM carrier frequency (Parameter f300 ) Ambient VFMB1- temperature 2.0kHz 2.1k - 4.0 kHz 4.1k - 12.0 kHz 12.1k - 16.0 kHz 40  C or less 4004PL 2.1 A 1.5 A...

  • Page 156

    E6581697 6.15 Trip-less intensification 6.15.1 Auto-restart (Restart of coasting motor) f301 : Auto-restart control selection Caution  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.

  • Page 157

    E6581697 2) Restarting motor during coasting (Motor speed search function) Motor speed Forward / reverse ST-CC Setting f301 to 2 o r 3 : This function operates after the ST-CC terminal connection has been opened first and then connected again. Note 1: The terminal function ST needs to be assigned to an input terminal, using the parameters ...

  • Page 158

    E6581697 6.15.2 Regenerative power ride-through control/Deceleration stop during power failure/Synchronized acceleration/deceleration f302 : Regenerative power ride-through control f317 : Synchronized deceleration time f318 : Synchronized acceleration time • Function 1) Regenerative power ride-through control: When momentary power failure occurs during operation, this function makes operation continue using the regeneration energy from a motor.

  • Page 159

    E6581697 An example of setting when f302 = 1 [When power is interrupted] Input voltage The time for which the operation of the motor can be continued depends on the machine inertia and load conditions. Before using this function, therefore, perform verification tests. Internal DC Use with the retry function allows the motor to be restarted automatically without being...

  • Page 160

    E6581697 An example of setting when f302=2 Input voltage Motor speed Time Deceleration stop • Even after the recovery from an input power failure, the motor continues deceleration stop. If the voltage in the inverter main circuit falls below a certain level, however, control will be stopped and the motor will coast. •...

  • Page 161

    E6581697 • When the motor is started again after the synchronized deceleration function stop, turn off the power failure synchronized signal. • In case of using the synchronized deceleration function, confirm not to work overvoltage stall prevention function during deceleration. An example of setting when f302=4 Synchronized deceleration if a power failure synchronized signal is impressed or if a power failure occurs, or synchronized acceleration if the power failure synchronized signal is canceled.

  • Page 162: Retry Function

    E6581697 6.15.3 Retry function f303 : Retry selection (number of times) Caution  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 163

    E6581697 6.15.4 Dynamic (regenerative) braking - For abrupt motor stop f304 : Dynamic braking selection f308 : Dynamic braking resistance f309 : Dynamic braking resistor capacity f626 : Over-voltage stall protection level  Function The inverter does not contain a braking resistor. Connect an external braking resistor in the following cases to enable dynamic braking function: 1) when decelerating the motor abruptly or if overvoltage tripping ( op ) occurs during deceleration stop...

  • Page 164

    E6581697 1) Connecting an external braking resistor (optional) Separate-optional resistor (with thermal fuse) Braking resistor (optional) MCCB Motor U/T1 R/L1 Three-phase main circuits V/T2 S/L2 Power supply W/T3 T/L3 Inverter Connecting thermal relays and an external braking resistor TH-R Braking resistor (optional) MCCB Motor U/T1...

  • Page 165

    E6581697 [Parameter setting] Title Function Setting Dynamic braking selection f304 Overvoltage limit operation f305 Dynamic braking resistance Proper value f308 Dynamic braking resistor capacity Proper value f309 136 (%) (240V class) f626 Over-voltage stall protection level 141 (%) (500V class) To use this inverter in applications that create a continuously regenerative status (such as downward movement of a lift, a press or a tension control machine), or in applications that require deceleration stopping of a machine with a significant load inertial moment, increase the dynamic braking resistor...

  • Page 166

    E6581697 2) Optional dynamic braking resistors Optional dynamic braking resistors are listed below. All these resistors are 3%ED in operation rate Braking resistor Continuous Inverter type Type-form Rating regenerative braking allowable capacity 120W-200  VFMB1S-2002 to 2007PL PBR-2007 120W-75  VFMB1S-2015, 2022PL PBR-2022 120W-200 ...

  • Page 167: Avoiding Overvoltage Tripping

    E6581697 6.15.5 Avoiding overvoltage tripping f305 : Overvoltage limit operation f319 : Regenerative over-excitation upper limit f626 : 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 168

    E6581697 6.15.6 Output voltage adjustment/Supply voltage correction vlv : Base frequency voltage 1 f307 : Supply voltage correction (output voltage limitation)  Function Base frequency voltage1 The  parameter adjusts the voltage corresponding to the base frequency 1 vl so that no voltage exceeding the vlv set value is put out.

  • Page 169

    E6581697 [ f307 = 0 : No voltage compensation/output voltage limited] [ f307 = 1 : Voltage compensation/output voltage limited] Input voltage  High Input voltage Input voltage High  Output frequency  Output frequency  * The above applies when V/F control mode selection parameter ...

  • Page 170

    E6581697 6.15.7 Reverse-run prohibition f311 : Reverse-run prohibition  Function This function prevents the motor from running in the forward or reverse direction when it receives the wrong operation signal. [Parameter setting] Title Function Adjustment range Default setting 0: Forward/reverse run permitted Reverse-run prohibition 1: Reverse run prohibited f311...

  • Page 171

    E6581697 Power running The droop control function refers to the function of operating the power-running motor at operating frequency f (Hz) that is lower than command frequency f (Hz) by droop frequency Δf (Hz) when the torque current is T (%).

  • Page 172: Braking Function

    E6581697 6.17 Light-load high-speed operation function f328 : Light-load high-speed operation f335 : Switching load torque during selection power running f329 : Light-load high-speed learning f336 : Heavy-load torque during power function running f330 : Automatic light-load high-speed f337 : Heavy-load torque during operation frequency constant-speed power running f331 : Light-load high-speed operation...

  • Page 173

    E6581697 Title Function Adjustment range Default setting 0: Disabled, 1: VIA, 2: VIB f342 Load portion torque input selection 3: VIC, 4: f343 Hoisting torque bias input (valid f343 -250- +250 (%) only when f342 = 4 ) f344 Lowering torque bias multiplier 0-100 (%) f345...

  • Page 174

    Note 5: For the braking functions, the pre-excitation time is automatically determined by the inverter from motor- related constants. When the VFMB1S-2022PL is used in combination with a Toshiba 4P-2.2kW-60Hz-200V standard motor, the pre-excitation time is approximately 0.1 to 0.2 seconds.

  • Page 175

    E6581697 6.18.2 Hit and stop control 382 : Hit and stop control 383 : Hit and stop control frequency  Function These parameters are can be used as hit and stop control for material handling smooth deceleration and stopping is ensured by limit switch. [Parameter setting] Title Function...

  • Page 176

    E6581697 6.19 Acceleration/deceleration suspend function f349 : Acceleration/deceleration f352 : Deceleration suspend suspend function frequency f350 : Acceleration suspend frequency f353 : Deceleration suspend time f351 : Acceleration suspend time • Function Using these parameters, acceleration or deceleration can be suspended to let the motor run at a constant speed.

  • Page 177

    E6581697 2) To suspend acceleration or deceleration by means of a signal from an external control device Set 60 for the any terminal signal input terminal. As long as ON signals are inputted, the motor continues to rotate at a constant speed. Output frequency [Hz] Time [s] Terminal board input...

  • Page 178: Pid Control

    E6581697 6.20 PID control fpid : Process input value of PID f369 : PID control feedback signal control selection f359 : PID control waiting time f372 : Process increasing rate f360 : PID control (speed type PID control) f361 : Delay filter f373 : Process decreasing rate f362 : Proportional gain f380 : PID forward/reverse...

  • Page 179

    E6581697 Title Function Adjustment range Default setting PID forward/reverse characteristics 0: Forward f380 selection 1: Reverse 0: fmod / f207 selected 1: Terminal board VIA 2: Terminal board VIB 3: fpid 4: RS485 communication 5: UP/DOWN from external logic PID control reference signal selection f389 input 6: CANopen communication...

  • Page 180

    E6581697 2) Types of PID control interface Process value (frequency) and feedback value can be combined as follows for the PID control. (1) Process value (2) Feedback value PID control reference signal selection f389 PID control feedback signal selection  0: Disabled 0: fmod / f207 selected 1: VIA...

  • Page 181

    E6581697 4) Adjusting the PID control gain level Adjust the PID control gain level according to the process quantities, the feedback signals and the object to be controlled. The following parameters are provided for gain adjustment: Title Function Adjustment range Default setting Proportional gain (P) 0.01 - 100.0...

  • Page 182

    E6581697 f366 (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 process value and the feedback value). Note that setting the gain more than necessary may cause fluctuations in output frequency, and thus operation to become unstable.

  • Page 183

    E6581697 6) Setting the time elapsed before PID control starts You can specify a waiting time for PID control to prevent the inverter from starting PID control before the control system becomes stable, for example, after start-up. The inverter ignores feedback input signals, carries out operation at the frequency determined by the amount of processing for the period of time specified with f359 and enters the PID control mode after a lapse of the specified time.

  • Page 184: Setting Motor Constants

    E6581697 6.21 Setting motor constants 6.21.1 Setting motor constants for induction motors f400 : Auto-tuning f415 : Motor rated current f401 : Slip frequency gain f416 : Motor no-load current f402 : Automatic torque boost value f417 : Motor rated speed f405 : Motor rated capacity f459 : Load inertia moment ratio To use vector control, automatic torque boost and automatic energy saving, motor constant setting (motor tuning)

  • Page 185

    E6581697 [Selection 2: Setting vector control and auto-tuning independently] Set vector control, automatic torque boost, and energy saving and auto-tuning individually. After setting pt (V/F control mode selection), auto-tuning occurs. Set the auto-tuning parameter f400 to 2 (Auto-tuning enabled) [Parameter setting] Title Function Adjustment range...

  • Page 186

    E6581697 [Parameter setting] Title Function Adjustment range Default setting f401 Slip frequency gain 0-150 (% ) f402 Automatic torque boost value 0.1-30.0 (%) Depends on f405 Motor rated capacity 0.01-22.00 (kW) the capacity (Refer to Motor rated current 0.1-100.0 (A) f415 section 11.4) Motor no-load current...

  • Page 187

    E6581697 6.21.2 Setting motor constants for PM motors f400 : Auto-tuning f459 : Load inertia moment ratio f402 : Automatic torque boost value f912 : q-axis inductance f405 : Motor rated capacity f913 : d-axis inductance f415 : Motor rated current f915 : PM control mode selection f417 : Motor rated speed To use vector control for PM motor is required.

  • Page 188

    E6581697 Set f400 to 2 to before the start of operation. Tuning is performed at the start of the motor. Precautions on auto-tuning (1) Conduct auto-tuning only after the motor has been connected and operation completely stopped. If auto-tuning is conducted immediately after operation stops, the presence of a residual voltage may result in abnormal tuning.

  • Page 189

    E6581697 f405 : Set the motor's rated capacity according to the motor's name plate or test report. f415 : Set the rated current of the motor. For the rated current, see the motor's nameplate or test report. f417 : Set the rated rotational speed of the motor. For the rated current, see the motor's nameplate or test report.

  • Page 190: Torque Limit, Torque Limit Switching

    E6581697 6.22 Torque limit 6.22.1 Torque limit switching f441 : Power running torque limit 1 f445 : Regenerative braking torque level limit 2 level f443 : Regenerative braking torque f454 : Constant output zone torque limit 1 level limit selection f444 : Power running torque limit 2 level ...

  • Page 191

    E6581697 Torque limits can be set with the parameters f441 and f443. [Setting of power running torque] f441 (Power running torque limit 1) : Set a desirable torque limit level. [Setting of regenerative torque] f443 ( Regenerative braking torque limit 1) : Set a desirable torque limit level.

  • Page 192

    E6581697 Operation frequency Frequency [Hz] If the torque limit function is not activated Actual speed Time [s] Torque [N·m] Torque limit level Time [s] Mechanical brake (released) Time [s] (2) f451 = 1 (In sync with min. time) The operation frequency keeps increasing, even if the torque limit function is activated. In this control mode, the actual speed is kept in sync with the operation frequency, while torque is held at a limit level when it decreases as a result of the release of the mechanical brake.

  • Page 193: Power Running Stall Continuous Trip Detection Time

    E6581697 6.22.3 Power running stall continuous trip detection time f452 : Power running stall continuous trip detection time • Function A function for preventing lifting gear from failing accidentally. If the stall prevention function is activated in succession, the inverter judges that the motor has stalled and trips. [Parameter setting] Title Function...

  • Page 194

    E6581697 2) In case of torque limitation Output frequency [Hz] “2” trip Time [s] Output torque [%]  Time [s] less than   ot2 trip is occurred if the output torque reached the power running torque limit level ( f441 ) or more, and this situation maintain in f452 during power running.

  • Page 195

    E6581697 6.23 Acceleration/deceleration time 2 and 3 6.23.1 Selecting acceleration/deceleration patterns f502 : Acceleration/deceleration 1 pattern f506 : S-pattern lower-limit adjustment amount f507 : S-pattern upper-limit adjustment amount  Function These parameters allow you to select an acceleration/deceleration pattern that suits the intended use. Title Function Adjustment range...

  • Page 196

    E6581697 S-pattern 2 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. Output frequency [Hz] Output frequency [Hz] Maximum frequency Maximum frequency  ...

  • Page 197

    E6581697 Title Function Adjustment range Default setting Acceleration time 2 0.0-3600 (0.00-360.0) [sec] 10.0 f500 Deceleration time 2 0.0-3600 (0.00-360.0) [sec] 10.0 f501 1: Acceleration/deceleration 1 Selecting an acceleration/deceleration 2: Acceleration/deceleration 2 f504 pattern 3: Acceleration/deceleration 3 f510 Acceleration time 3 0.0-3600 (0.00-360.0) [sec] 10.0 f511...

  • Page 198

    E6581697 Output frequency [Hz] Set frequency Time [s] (1) Acceleration at the gradient corresponding (4) Deceleration at the gradient corresponding to acceleration time acc to deceleration time f511 (2) Acceleration at the gradient corresponding (5) Deceleration at the gradient corresponding to acceleration time f500 to deceleration time f501 (3) Acceleration at the gradient corresponding...

  • Page 199

    E6581697 How to set parameters a) Operating method: Terminal input Set the operation control mode selection cmod to 0 . b) Use the S2 and S3 terminals for switching. (Instead, other terminals may be used.) S2: Acceleration/deceleration switching signal 1 S3: Acceleration/deceleration switching signal 2 Title Function...

  • Page 200: Protection Functions, Setting Of Stall Prevention Level

    E6581697 6.24 Protection functions 6.24.1 Setting motor electronic thermal protection thr : Motor electronic-thermal protection level 1 173 : Motor electronic-thermal protection level 2 f607 : Motor 150% overload detection time f632 : Electronic-thermal memory  Function This parameter allows selection of the appropriate electronic thermal protection characteristics according to the particular rating and characteristics of the motor.

  • Page 201

    E6581697 [Parameter setting] Title Function Adjustment range Default setting Stall prevention level 1 f601 10-199 (%) / (A), 200: Disabled Stall prevention level 2 f185 [Display during operation of the stall prevention] During an oc alarm status, (that is , when there is a current flow in excess of the stall prevention level), the output frequency changes.

  • Page 202: Emergency Stop

    E6581697 ■ Flow of operation when f602 =  Reset the Completion of reset Normal operation inverter by panel or terminal Occurrence of a operation. The relay trips again. trip If the cause of the ・ Display of the cause trip is not ・...

  • Page 203: Output Phase Failure Detection

    E6581697 Setting example) When assigning the emergency stop function to S2 terminal Title Function Adjustment range Setting 20: EXT (Emergency f114 Input terminal selection 4A (S1) 0 - 203 stop by external signal) Setting value 21 is reverse signal. Note 1) Emergency stopping via the specified terminal is possible, even during panel operation. 2) Emergency stopping from the operation panel Emergency stopping from the operation panel is possible by pressing the STOP key on the panel twice while the inverter is not in the panel control mode.

  • Page 204

    E6581697 [Parameter setting] Title Function Adjustment range Default setting 0: Disabled 1: At start-up (only one time after power on) Output phase failure detection 2: At start-up (each time) f605 selection 3: During operation 4: At start-up + during operation 5: Detection of cutoff on output side Note1) A check for output phase failures is made during auto-tuning, regardless of the setting of this parameter.

  • Page 205

    E6581697 6.24.7 Control mode for small current f609 : Small current detection hysteresis f610 : Small current trip/alarm selection f611 : Small current detection current f612 : Small current detection time  Function If the output current falls below the value set at f611 and doesn’t return above f611 + f609 for a time that exceeds the value set at f612 , tripping or output alarm will be activated.

  • Page 206

    E6581697 6.24.8 Detection of output short-circuit  f613 : Detection of output short-circuit at start-up  Function This parameter detects inverter output short-circuit. It can be usually detected in the length of the standard pulse. When operating low-impedance motor such as high-speed motor, however, select the short-time pulse.

  • Page 207

    E6581697 6.24.10 Over-torque trip f615 : Over-torque trip/alarm selection f616 : Over-torque detection level f618 : Over-torque detection time f619 : Over-torque detection hysteresis  Function If the torque value exceeds the value set at f616 and doesn’t return below f616 - f619 for a time that exceeds the value set at f618 , tripping or output alarm will be activated.

  • Page 208: Cooling Fan Control Selection

    E6581697 <Example of operation> 1) Output terminal function: 28 (OT) Over-torque detection f615 = 0 (Alarm only) Over-torque signal output less than    - Torque (%) Time [sec] When f615 = 1 (tripping), the inverter will trip if over-torque lasts for the period of time set with f618 .

  • Page 209: Cumulative Operation Time Alarm Setting, Undervoltage Trip

    E6581697 6.24.12 Cumulative operation time alarm setting f621 : 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 f621 . [Parameter setting] Title Function...

  • Page 210

    E6581697 f627 = 0 : The inverter is stopped. However, it is not tripped (Failure signal FL not activated). The inverter is stopped when the voltage does not exceed about 64 % of its rating. f627 = 1 : Inverter is stopped. It is also tripped (Failure signal FL activated), only after detection of a voltage not exceeding about 64% of its rating.

  • Page 211

    E6581697 6.24.15 Parts replacement alarms f634 : Annual average ambient temperature (Parts replacement alarms)  Function You can set the inverter so that it will calculate the remaining useful lives of the cooling fan, main circuit capacitor and on-board capacitor from the ON time of the inverter (cumulative power on time), the operating time of the motor (cumulative operation time), cooling fan operation time (cumulative fan operation time), the output current (inverter load factor) and the setting of f634 , and that it will display and send out an alarm through output terminals when each component is approaching the...

  • Page 212

    E6581697 6.24.16 Motor PTC thermal protection  f147 : Logic input / PTC input selection (S3)  f645 : PTC thermal selection f646 : 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 “...

  • Page 213

    E6581697 6.24.17 Number of starting alarm f648 : Number of starting alarm  Function Counting the number of starting, when it will reach the value of parameter f648 setting, it will be displayed and alarm signal is output. [Parameter setting] Title Function Adjustment range...

  • Page 214

    E6581697 6.25 Forced fire-speed control function f650 : Forced fire-speed control selection f294 : Preset-speed frequency 15  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 56 (FORCE) : Input signal is kept to hold once signal is ON.

  • Page 215

    E6581697 6.26 Override f205 : VIA input point 1 rate f206 : VIA input point 2 rate f214 : VIB input point 1 rate f215 : VIB input point 2 rate f220 : VIC input point 1 rate f221 : VIC input point 2 rate f660 : Override addition input selection f661 : Override multiplication input selection f729 : Operation panel override multiplication gain...

  • Page 216

    E6581697 The override functions calculate output frequency by the following expression: Value [%] selected with  Frequency command value × (1+ )+Value [Hz] selected with f660 1) Additive override In this mode, an externally input override frequency is added to operation frequency command. [Ex.1: VIA (Reference frequency), VIC (Override input)] [Ex.2: VIB (Reference frequency), VIA (Override input)] Output frequency...

  • Page 217

    E6581697 2) Multiplicative override In this mode, each output frequency is multiplied by an externally override frequency. [Ex.1: VIA (Reference frequency), VIC (Override input)] [Ex.2: VIB (Reference frequency), VIA (Override input)] Output frequency Over-ridden frequency Output  Over-ridden frequency frequency Forward run ...

  • Page 218

    E6581697 6.27 Analog input terminal function selection f214 : VIB input point 1 rate f215 : VIB input point 2 rate f663 : Analog input terminal function selection (VIB)  Function Parameter inputting is normally set from operation panel. However some parameters can be continuously set from external analog input by using this function.

  • Page 219: Adjustment Parameters, Pulse Train Output For Meters

    E6581697 6.28 Adjustment parameters 6.28.1 Pulse train output for meters f669 : Logic output/pulse train output selection (OUT) f676 : Pulse train output function selection (OUT) f677 : Maximum numbers of pulse train output f678 : Pulse train output filter ...

  • Page 220

    E6581697 Reference Default of maximum Title Function Adjustment range setting value of f677 Maximum numbers of 0.50-2.00 (kpps) – 0.80 f677 pulse train – f678 Pulse train output filter 2-1000 (ms) Digital panel meter for reference Type: K3MA-F (OMRON) Connection terminal: OUT-E4, NO-E5 Note 1: When item of f676 reaches “Reference of max.

  • Page 221

    E6581697 [Parameter setting] Title Function Adjustment range Default setting 0: Meter option (0 to 1mA) f681 Analog output signal selection 1: Current (0 to 20mA) output 2: Voltage (0 to 10V) output 2-1000 (ms) f684 Analog output filter Inclination characteristic of analog 0: Negative inclination (downward slope) f691 output...

  • Page 222: Operation Panel Parameter, Prohibition Of Key Operations And Parameter Settings

    E6581697 6.29 Operation panel parameter 6.29.1 Prohibition of key operations and parameter settings f700 : Parameter protection selection f730 : Panel frequency setting prohibition (fc) f731 : Disconnection detection of extension panel f732 : Local/remote key prohibition of extension panel f733 : Panel operation prohibition (RUN key) f734 : Panel emergency stop operation prohibition f735 : Panel reset operation prohibition...

  • Page 223

    E6581697 Title Function Adjustment range Default setting Panel emergency stop operation 0: Permitted, 1: Prohibited f734 prohibition f735 Panel reset operation prohibition 0: Permitted, 1: Prohibited cmod / fmod change prohibition f736 0: Permitted, 1: Prohibited during operation All key operation prohibition 0: Permitted, 1: Prohibited ...

  • Page 224

    E6581697 When protecting a parameter is necessary with the external logic input terminal, set with the following method. ■ Prohibit changing parameters settings and reading parameters from logic input Set "Parameter editing prohibition" or "Parameter reading/editing prohibition" for any input terminal. Activating the "Parameter editing prohibited"...

  • Page 225

    E6581697 6.29.2 Changing the unit (A/V) from a percentage of current and voltage f701 :Current/voltage unit selection  Function These parameters are used to change the unit of monitor display. %  A (ampere)/V (volt) Current 100% = Rated current of inverter Input/output voltage 100% = 200Vac (240V class), 400Vac (500V class) Example of setting During the operation of the VFMB1S-2015PL (rated current: 8.0A) at the rated load (100% load), units are...

  • Page 226

    E6581697 6.29.3 Displaying the motor or the line speed f702 : Frequency free unit display magnification f703 : Frequency free unit coverage selection f705 : Inclination characteristic of free unit display f706 : Free unit display bias  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 227

    E6581697 [Parameter setting] Title Function Adjustment range Default setting Frequency free unit display 0.00: Disabled (display of frequency) 0.00 f702 magnification 0.01-200.0 (times) Frequency free unit coverage 0: All frequencies display f703 selection 1: PID frequencies display 0: Negative inclination (downward Inclination characteristic of free unit slope) f705...

  • Page 228

    E6581697   f705 =0, f706 =80.00 6.29.4 Changing the steps in which the value increment f707 : Free step 1 (1-step rotation of setting dial) f708 : Free step 2 (panel display)  Function It is possible to change the step width changed at panel frequency setting. This function is useful when only running with frequencies of intervals of 1 Hz, 5 Hz, and 10 Hz units.

  • Page 229: Operation Example

    E6581697 [Parameter setting] Title Function Adjustment range Default setting Free step 1 (1-step rotation of setting 0.00: Automatic 0.00 f707 dial) 0.01- fh (Hz) 0: Automatic f708 Free step 2 (panel display) 1-255 Operation example 1 f707 = 0.00 (disabled) By rotating the setting dial 1 step, the panel frequency command value changes only 0.1 Hz.

  • Page 230

    E6581697 [Parameter setting] Title Function Adjustment range Default setting 0: Output frequency (Hz/free unit) 1: Output current (%/A) 2: Frequency command value (Hz/free unit) 3: Input voltage (DC detection) (%/V) 4: Output voltage (command value) (%/V) 5: Input power (kW) 6: Output power (kW) 7: Torque (%) 8: -...

  • Page 231

    E6581697 6.29.6 Changing display of the status monitor f711 to f718 : Status monitor 1 to 8 Change monitor display items in the status monitor mode.  Refer to chapter 8 for details. 6.29.7 Changing the status monitor condition f709 : Standard monitor hold function f746 : Status monitor filter ...

  • Page 232: Canceling The Operation Command

    E6581697 6.29.8 Canceling the operation command f719 : Canceling of operation command  Function This parameter allows you to select operation command retained or operation command canceled, when coast stop occurs due to standby terminal function (ST), coast stop command terminal function or open between control terminal STO and +SU, and when under voltage in main circuit alarm occurs, during panel operation or RS485 communication operation.

  • Page 233: Selection Of Operation Panel Stop Pattern

    E6581697 6.29.9 Selection of operation panel stop pattern f721 : Selection of operation panel stop pattern  Function This parameter are used to select a mode in which the motor started by pressing the key on the operation panel is stopped when the key is pressed.

  • Page 234: Tracing Functions

    E6581697 6.30 Tracing functions f740 : Trace selection f742 : Trace data 1 f741 : Trace cycle f743 : Trace data 2 f744 : Trace data 3 f745 : Trace data 4  Function These parameters are used to memorize and read out the data collected at the time of tripping or triggering. Up to 4 kinds of data can be selected from 43 kinds of data, and the data collected at 100 consecutive points can be stored in memory as trace data.

  • Page 235

    E6581697 1) To acquire trace data at the occurrence of tripping: f740=1 (Examples of current date output) Trip Monitor value of output current Failure FL signal :Trace data Trace data 1 2) To acquire trace data at the time of triggering: f740=2 Trigger input Trace data 1 F-115...

  • Page 236

    E6581697 Ex.) When using the S3 terminal as the tracing back trigger signal terminal Title Function Adjustment range Example of setting 76: TRACE (Trace f116 Input terminal function selection 6 (S3) 0-203 back trigger signal) Setting value 77 is reverse signal. Note 1: If the inverter trips when no trigger signal is given, trace data is overwritten with tripping data.

  • Page 237

    E6581697 Trace data communication number Communication Minimum setting Default Function Setting/readout range /readout unit setting E000 Trace data 1~4 pointer 1 / 1 0 ~ 99 0 E100  Data 1 of trace data 1 1 / 1 0 ~ ffff 0...

  • Page 238: Integrating Wattmeter

    E6581697 6.31 Integrating wattmeter f748 : Integrating wattmeter retention selection f749 : Integrating wattmeter display unit selection  Function At the main power off ,it is selectable whether retention of integral output power values or not. And also, the display unit is selectable. The integrating wattmeter display can be cleared by external input signal by assignment of the terminal function.

  • Page 239: Communication Function

    E6581697 6.33 Communication function 6.33.1 Setting of communication function f800 : Baud rate f814 : Communication command  f801 : Parity point 2 frequency f802 : Inverter number f829 : Selection of communication f803 : Communication time-out time protocol f804 : Communication time-out action f856 : Number of motor poles for...

  • Page 240

    (setting of point frequencies) in an abbreviated manner. Communication protocol … Toshiba inverter protocol and Modbus RTU protocol are supported 2-wire RS485 communication options are as follows. (1) USB communication conversion unit (Type: USB001Z)

  • Page 241

    0-100 f811 setting Communication command point 1 0.0- fh f812 frequency Communication command point 2 0-100 f813 setting Communication command point 2 0.0- fh f814 frequency Selection of communication 0: Toshiba inverter protocol f829 protocol 1: Modbus RTU protocol F-121...

  • Page 242

    E6581697 Title  Function Adjustment range Default setting 1: 2 poles 2: 4 poles 3: 6 poles Number of motor poles for 4: 8 poles f856 communication 5: 10 poles 6: 12 poles 7: 14 poles 8: 16 poles 0: No selection 1: Command information 1 f870 Block write data 1...

  • Page 243

    Moreover, selecting local mode with the EASY key as Local / remote key function changes to panel frequency/panel operation mode. Transmission specifications Item Specifications MODBUS-RTU TOSHIBA inverter protocol Communication protocol protocol Interface RS485 compliant Half duplex [path type (Line terminations resistor necessary at both...

  • Page 244

    E6581697 Connection example when using the computer link function <Independent communication> Perform computer-inverter connection as follows to send operation frequency commands from the host computer to inverter No. 3: : Wiring (Host  INV) : Data Host computer : Response data (INV  Host) Given Given Given...

  • Page 245

    E6581697 <Broadcast communication> When sending an operation frequency command via a broadcast from the host computer : Wiring : Data (Host  INV) : Response data (INV  Host) Host computer No.00 No.01 No.02 No.03 No.29 No.30 : Split the cable among terminal blocks. Send data from the host computer.

  • Page 246: Free Notes

    E6581697 Peer-to-peer communication When all slave inverters are connected they operate at the same frequency as the master inverter (no setting of point frequencies in this case) : Wiring : Data (Master  Slave) Master inverter No.00 No.01 No.02 No.03 No.29 No.30 : Use the terminal board to branch the cable.

  • Page 247: Open Network Option

    E6581697 6.33.5 Open network option c000 to c119 : Communication option common parameters c150 to c199 : ProfiBus DP option parameters c200 to c249 : DeviceNet option parameters c400 to c449 : EtherCAT option parameters c500 to c549 : EtherNet common parameters c550 to c599 : EtherNet/IP option parameters c600 to c649 : Modbus TCP option parameters c850 to c899 : EtherCAT option parameters...

  • Page 248: Traverse Function

     Refer to section 6.21.2 about setting motor constants. 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 249

    E6581697 7. Operations with external signal Operating external signals You can control the inverter externally. The parameter settings differ depending upon your method of operation. Determine your method of operation (the operational signal input method, speed command input method) before using the procedure below to set the parameters.

  • Page 250: Input Terminal Function

    E6581697 Applied operations by an I/O signal (operation from the terminal block) Input terminal sink and source logic are set by using slide switch SW1. 7.2.1 Input terminal function [Control terminal board] This function is used to send a signal to the input terminal from an external programmable SOURCE controller to operate or configure the inverter.

  • Page 251

    E6581697 Note 1) Multiple functions assigned to a single terminal operate simultaneously. Note 2) In case of setting always active function, assign the menu number to ,  and  (always active function selection). Note 3) In case of using terminal S2 as a logic input, set the parameter =0 (logic input). Note 4) In case of using terminal S3 as a logic input, set the slide switch SW2 to LOGIC side and the parameter =0 (logic input).

  • Page 252

    E6581697 Output Forward frequency Reverse Power Supply Note 2) Note 3) Note 1) Set  =  (ST: standby) and  =  (terminal board) for 3 wire operation. Assign HD (operation hold) to any input terminal at input terminal selection. When assigning the S2 terminal as shown above, set ...

  • Page 253

    E6581697  List of logic input terminal function settings Parameter Parameter programmed value programmed value Function Function Positive Negative Positive Negative logic logic logic logic No function Factory specific coefficient *1         Forward run command Integrating wattmeter (kWh) display ...

  • Page 254

    E6581697 7.2.2 Output terminal function (sink logic) [Control terminal block] This function is used to output a variety of signals to external devices from the inverter. With the logic output terminal function, you can SOURCE select from multiple output terminal functions. Set two types of functions for the RY-RC, OUT terminal and then you can output when either one SINK...

  • Page 255

    E6581697  Assign one type of function to an output terminal Terminal Title Function Adjustment range Default setting symbol RY-RC  Output terminal selection 1A 4 (Low-speed detection signal) 6 (Output frequency 0 - 255  Output terminal selection 2A attainment signal) ...

  • Page 256

    E6581697 (1) Output signals when two types of functions are simultaneously turned ON. Signals are output when parameter  = 0 or 2, and the functions set at parameters  and  are simultaneously turned ON. ☆ Timing chart  ...

  • Page 257

    E6581697 (3) The logical product (AND) or logical sum (OR) of the two functions assigned is put out as a signal. Setting of output terminal function Terminal Title Function Adjustment range Default setting symbol RY-RC Output terminal selection 1A  (LOW) ...

  • Page 258

    E6581697 (4) Holding the output of signals in ON status If the conditions for activating the functions assigned to output terminals RY-RC and OUT-NO agree with and as a result the output of signals is put in ON status, the output of signals is held ON, even if the conditions change.

  • Page 259

    E6581697  List of output terminal function settings <Explanation of terminology>  Alarm …... Alarm output when a setting has been exceeded.  Pre-alarm …... Alarm output when the inverter may cause a trip during continued operation. List of detection levels for output terminal selection Parameter Parameter programmed value...

  • Page 260

    E6581697 Note 1) ON with positive logic : Open collector output transistor or relay turned ON. OFF with positive logic : Open collector output transistor or relay turned OFF. ON with negative logic : Open collector output transistor or relay turned OFF. OFF with negative logic : Open collector output transistor or relay turned ON.

  • Page 261

    E6581697 Speed instruction (analog signal) settings from external devices [Control terminal block] Function of analog input terminals can be selected from four functions (external SOURCE potentiometer, 0 to 10Vdc, 4 (0) to 20mAdc, -10 to +10Vdc). The selective function of analog input SINK terminals gives system design flexibility.

  • Page 262

    You can switch between forward run (F) MCCB Motor U/T1 and reverser run (R), and run/stop with R/L1 Power V/T2 VF-MB1 external signals. Supply S/L2 W/T3 T/L3  Setting characteristics for the frequency setting signal and operation frequency * Connect a single-phase...

  • Page 263

     Run and stop settings You can switch between forward run (F) and Motor MCCB U/T1 reverser run (R), and run/stop with external R/L1 Power VF-MB1 V/T2 signals. S/L2 Supply W/T3 T/L3  Setting characteristics for the frequency setting signal and operation frequency...

  • Page 264

     Run and stop settings Motor You can switch between forward run (F) MCCB U/T1 and reverser run (R), and run/stop with R/L1 Power VF-MB1 external signals. S/L2 V/T2 Supply T/L3 W/T3  Setting characteristics for the frequency setting signal and operation...

  • Page 265: Monitoring The Operation Status, Flow Of Status Monitor Mode

    E6581697 8. Monitoring the operation status Flow of status monitor mode Status monitor mode Flow of monitor as following About Setting monitor mode 20 kinds of data   MODE MODE ☆ Display mode ( Refer to section 4.1) Standard monitor mode 60.0 ...

  • Page 266: Status Monitor Mode, Status Monitor Under Normal Conditions

    E6581697 Status monitor mode 8.2.1 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 MODE key twice. Setting procedure (eg. operation at 60Hz) Panel Communic Item displayed...

  • Page 267

    E6581697 (Continued) Panel Communic Item displayed Description operated display ation No. The ON/OFF status of each of the control signal input terminals (F, R, RES, S1, S2, S3, VIB, VIA) are displayed in bits. }}i}}i}i ON:  FE06 OFF:  }}i}}i}i Note 4 Input terminal...

  • Page 268: Display Of Detailed Information On A Past Trip

    E6581697 (Continued) Panel Communic Item displayed Description operated display ation No. The ON/OFF status of each of the cooling fan, circuit board capacitor, main circuit capacitor of parts replacement alarm, cumulative operation time or number of starting are displayed in bits. ON: ...

  • Page 269

    E6581697 (Continued) Panel Item displayed LED display Description operated The inverter input voltage (DC detection) when the trip Input voltage  Note 3 occurred is displayed. (%/V). The inverter output voltage when the trip occurred is Output voltage  displayed. (%/V) The ON/OFF status of each of the control signal input terminals (F, R, RES, S1, S2, S3, VIB, VIA) are displayed in bits.

  • Page 270: Display Of Trip Information, Trip Code Display

    E6581697 Display of trip information 8.3.1 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. Refer to section 13.1 for details about trip code display.

  • Page 271

    E6581697 (Continued) Panel Communic Item displayed Description operated display ation No. The ON/OFF status of each of the control signal input terminals (F, R, RES, S1, S2, S3, VIB, VIA) are displayed in bits. }}i}}i}i ON:  Input terminal FE06 OFF: ...

  • Page 272

    E6581697 (Continued) Panel Communic Item displayed Description operated display ation No. The ON/OFF status of each of the cooling fan, circuit board capacitor, main circuit capacitor of parts replacement alarm, cumulative operation time or number of starting are displayed in bits. ON: ...

  • Page 273

    E6581697 Note 7: Past trip records are displayed in the following sequence: 1 (latest trip record)  2  3  4  5  6  7  8 (oldest trip record). If no trip occurred in the past, the message “  ” will be displayed. Details on past trip record 1 to 8 can be displayed by pressing the center of the setting dial when past trip 1 to 8 is displayed.

  • Page 274

    E6581697 Communic Parameter Setting No. LED display Function Unit ation No. Stator frequency b51.0 Hz / free unit FE15  to  , a 65 VIA input value FE35  b 45 VIB input value FE36  , xxxx Arbitrary code from communication FA51 ...

  • Page 275: How To Cope With The Ce Directive

    E6581697 9. Measures to satisfy the standards How to cope with the CE directive In Europe, the EMC directive and the low-voltage directive, which took effect in 1996 and 1997, respectively, made it obligatory to put the CE mark on every applicable product to prove that it complies with the directives. Inverters do not work alone but are designed to be installed in a control panel and always used in combination with other machines or systems which control them.

  • Page 276: Measures To Satisfy The Emc Directive

    E6581697 Table 1 EMC standards Product Category Subcategory Test standard standards Radiation noise CISPR11(EN55011) Emission Conductive noise CISPR11(EN55011) Static discharge IEC61000-4-2 Radioactive radio-frequency IEC61000-4-3 magnetic contactor field IEC 61800-3 First transient burst IEC61000-4-4 Immunity Surge IEC61000-4-5 Radio-frequency IEC61000-4-6 induction/transmission interference Voltage dip/Interruption of power IEC61000-4-11 9.1.2...

  • Page 277

    E6581697 Three-phase 500 V class Combination of inverter and filter Conductive noise Conductive noise Conductive noise IEC61800-3, IEC61800-3, IEC61800-3, category C2 category C2 category C3 Inverter type (PWM carrier (PWM carrier (PWM carrier frequency of 4kHz frequency of 12kHz frequency of 12kHz and motor wiring and motor wiring and motor wiring...

  • Page 278

    E6581697 [Example of wiring] VFMB1S-2002 to 2022PL, VFMB1-4004 to 4037PL Power supply wiring (Shielded cables) R/L1, S/L2, T/L3 (R/L1, S/L2/N) Install the shield cable after modifying it as shown below. Remove the covering of the cable and fix the shield in the metal saddle. EMC plate Motor wiring (Shielded cables) Braking resistor wiring (Shielded cables)

  • Page 279

    E6581697 VFMB1-4055 to 4150PL Install the shield cable after modifying it as shown below. Remove the covering of the cable and fix the shield in the metal saddle. Fixed by insulation lock EMC plate Earth wiring Control wiring (Shielded cables) Braking resistor wiring Motor wiring (Shielded cables) (Shielded cables)

  • Page 280: Compliance With Ul Standard And Csa Standard

    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 281: Motor Thermal Protection

    E6581697 Branch circuit protection must be provided in accordance with the Canadian Electrical Code and any additional local codes. 9.2.3 Compliance with Peripheral devices Use the UL listed fuses at connecting to power supply. Short circuit test is performed under the condition of the power supply short-circuit currents in below. These interrupting capacities and fuse rating currents depend on the applicable motor capacities.

  • Page 282

    E6581697 Compliance with safety standards Refer to E6581805 (VF-MB1 Safety function manual) for details. Compliance with ATEX applications Refer to E6581728 (ATEX Guide) for details.

  • Page 283: Peripheral Devices, Selection Of Wiring Materials And Devices

    E6581697 10. Peripheral devices Warning  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 action ...

  • Page 284

    The recommended molded case circuit breaker (MCCB) must be connected to primary side of each inverter to protect the wiring system. Note 1: Models made by Toshiba Industrial Products Sales Corporation are shown. Note 2: Be sure to attach a surge killer to the exciting coil of the relay and the magnetic contactor.

  • Page 285: Installation Of A Magnetic Contactor

    E6581697 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 cut off device) to open the primary circuit when the inverter protective circuit is activated. When using an optional brake module, install a magnetic contactor (MC) or molded-case circuit breaker with a power cutoff device on the primary power supply of the inverter, so that the power circuit opens when the failure detection relay (FL) in the inverter or the externally installed overload relay is actuated.

  • Page 286: Installation Of An Overload Relay

    (  ) and appropriate to the motor used should be installed between the inverter and the motor.  When using a motor with a current rating different to that of the corresponding Toshiba general-purpose motor  When operating a single motor with an output smaller than that of the applicable standard motor or more than one motor simultaneously.

  • Page 287: Optional External Devices

    E6581697 10.4 Optional external devices The following external devices are optionally available for this inverter series. Power supply Molded-case circuit breaker MCCB Magnetic contactor (1) Input AC reactor (ACL) Parameter writer : RKP002Z Extension panel : RKP007Z Remote control panel : CBVR-7B1 (2) EMC noise reduction filter Frequency meter...

  • Page 288

    E6581697 How to mount the communication option  Turn off all input power, wait at least 15 minutes, and confirm that the charge lamp of inverter is no longer lit. ・ Mounting ・ Dismounting ① Push the tab for release ①...

  • Page 289: Table Of Parameters And Data

    E6581697 11. Table of parameters and data 11.1 Frequency setting parameter Minimum setting unit User Title Function Unit Adjustment range Default setting Reference Panel/Comm setting unication Operation 0.1/0.01 - 3.2.2  frequency of operation panel 11.2 Basic parameters  Five navigation functions Minimum Communication setting unit...

  • Page 290

    E6581697  Basic parameters Minimum Communication setting unit Default User Title Function Unit Adjustment range Reference Panel/Commun setting setting ication 0003 Command mode 0: Terminal board  selection 1: Panel keypad (including extension panel) 2: RS485 communication 3: CANopen communication 4: Communication option 0004 Frequency setting...

  • Page 291

    E6581697 Minimum Communication setting unit Default User Title Function Unit Adjustment range Reference Panel/Commun setting setting ication 0009 Acceleration time 0.1/0.1 0.0-3600 (360.0) *8 10.0  0010 Deceleration time 0.1/0.1 0.0-3600 (360.0) *8 10.0  0011 Maximum 0.1/0.01 30.0-500.0 80.0 ...

  • Page 292

    E6581697 Minimum Communication setting unit Default User Title Function Unit Adjustment range Reference Panel/Commun setting setting ication 0007 Default setting 0: -  1: 50Hz default setting 2: 60Hz default setting 4.3.2 3: Default setting 1 (Initialization) 5.17 4: Trip record clear 5: Cumulative operation time clear 6: Initialization of type information 7: Save user setting parameters...

  • Page 293: Extended Parameters

    E6581697 11.3 Extended parameters  Input/output parameters 1 Minimum Communication setting unit Default User Title Function Unit Adjustment range Reference Panel/Commun setting setting ication 0100 Low-speed signal 0.1/0.01 0.0- 6.1.1  output frequency 0101 Speed reach 0.1/0.01 0.0- 6.1.3  setting frequency 0102 Speed reach...

  • Page 294

    E6581697 Minimum Communication setting unit Default User Title Function Unit Adjustment range Reference Panel/Commun setting setting ication 0130 Output terminal 6.3.3  selection 1A (LOW) 7.2.2 (RY-RC) 0131 Output terminal  selection 2A (OUT) (RCH) 0132 Output terminal  0-255 *7 selection 3 (FL) (FL) 0137...

  • Page 295: Basic Parameter

    E6581697  Basic parameter 2 Minimum setting unit Communication Default User Title Function Unit Adjustment range Reference Panel/Commun setting setting ication 0170 Base frequency 2 0.1/0.01 20.0-500.0 6.4.1  0171 Base frequency 1/0.1 50-330 (240V class)  voltage 2 50-660 (500V class) 0172 Torque boost 0.1/0.1...

  • Page 296

    E6581697 Minimum setting unit Communication Default User Title Function Unit Adjustment range Reference Panel/Commun setting setting ication 0209 Analog input filter 2-1000 6.6.2  0210 VIB input point 1 -100-+100  setting 0211 VIB input point 1 0.1/0.01 0.0-500.0  frequency 0212 VIB input point 2...

  • Page 297

    E6581697 Minimum Communication setting unit Default User Title Function Unit Adjustment range Reference Panel/Commun setting setting ication 0260 Jog run frequency 0.1/0.01 6.10 -20.0  0261 Jog run stopping 0: Deceleration stop  pattern 1: Coast stop 2: DC braking stop 0262 Panel jog run 0: Invalid...

  • Page 298

    E6581697  Operation mode parameters Minimum Communication setting unit Default User Title Function Unit Adjustment range Reference Panel/Commun setting setting ication 0300 PWM carrier 0.1/0.1 2.0 -16.0 6.14  frequency 0301 Auto-restart 0: Disabled 6.15.1  control selection 1: At auto-restart after momentary stop 2: At ST terminal off and on 3: 1+2...

  • Page 299

    E6581697 Minimum Communication setting unit Default User Title Function Unit Adjustment range Reference Panel/Commun setting setting ication 0316 Carrier frequency 0: Carrier frequency without reduction 6.14  control mode 1: Carrier frequency with automatic selection reduction 2: Carrier frequency without reduction (Support for 500V models) 3: Carrier frequency with automatic reduction...

  • Page 300

    E6581697 Minimum Communication setting unit Default User Title Function Unit Adjustment range Reference Panel/Commun setting setting ication 0334 Light-load high- 0.1/0.1 0.0-10.0 6.17  speed operation heavy load detection time 0335 Switching load 1/0.01 -250- +250  torque during power running 0336 Heavy-load torque 1/0.01...

  • Page 301

    E6581697 Minimum Communication setting unit Default User Title Function Unit Adjustment range Reference Panel/Commun setting setting ication 0363 Integral gain 0.01/0.01 0.01-100.0 0.20 6.20  0366 Differential gain 0.01/0.01 0.00-2.55 0.00  0367 Process upper 0.1/0.01 0.0-  limit 0368 Process lower 0.1/0.01 0.0-...

  • Page 302

    E6581697  Torque boost parameters 1 Minimum Communication setting unit Default User Title Function Unit Adjustment range Reference Panel/Commun setting setting ication 0400 Auto-tuning 6.21  0: Auto-tuning disabled 1: Initialization of  (after execution : 0) 2: Auto-tuning executed (after execution: 0) 3: - 4: Motor constant auto calculation...

  • Page 303

    E6581697  Input/output parameters 2 Minimum Communication setting unit Default User Title Function Unit Adjustment range Reference Panel/Commun setting setting ication 0470 VIA input bias 0-255 6.6.4  0471 VIA input gain 0-255  0472 VIB input bias 0-255  0473 VIB input gain 0-255...

  • Page 304

    E6581697 Minimum Communication setting unit Default User Title Function Unit Adjustment range Reference Panel/Commun setting setting ication 0511 Deceleration time 0.1/0.01 0.0-3600 (360.0) *8 10.0 6.23.2  0512 Acceleration/decel 0: Linear  eration 3 pattern 1: S-pattern 1 2: S-pattern 2 0513 Acceleration/decel 0.1/0.01...

  • Page 305

    E6581697 Minimum Communication setting unit Default User Title Function Unit Adjustment range Reference Panel/Commun setting setting ication 0614 Ground fault 0: Disabled 6.24.9  detection selection 1: Enabled 0615 Over-torque 0: Alarm only 6.24.10  trip/alarm 1: Tripping selection 0616 Over-torque 1/0.01 0 (disabled)

  • Page 306

    E6581697 Minimum Communication setting unit Default User Function Unit Title Adjustment range Reference Panel/Commun setting setting ication 0657 Overload alarm 10-100  level 0660 Override addition 0: Disabled 6.26  input selection 1: VIA 2: VIB 3: VIC 4: fc 0661 Override 0: Disabled...

  • Page 307

    E6581697 Minimum Communication setting unit Default User Title Function Unit Adjustment range Reference Panel/Commun setting setting ication 0678 Pulse train output 2-1000 6.28.1  filter 0679 Pulse train input 2-1000 6.6.5  filter 0681 Analog output 0: Meter option (0 to 1 mA) ...

  • Page 308

    E6581697 Minimum Communication Default User setting unit Title Function Unit Adjustment range Reference Panel/Commun setting setting ication 0710 Initial panel 0: Output frequency (Hz/free unit) 6.29.5  display selection 1: Output current (%/A) 8.2.1 2: Frequency command value 8.3.2 (Hz/free unit) 3: Input voltage (DC detection) (%/V) 4: Output voltage (command value) (%/V) 5: Input power (kW)

  • Page 309

    E6581697 Minimum Communication Default User setting unit Title Function Unit Adjustment range Reference Panel/Commun setting setting ication 0711 Status monitor 1 0: Output frequency (Hz/free unit) 6.29.6  1: Output current (%/A) 8.2.1 2: Frequency command value 8.3.2 (Hz/free unit) 3: Input voltage (DC detection) (%/V) 4: Output voltage (command value) (%/V) 0712...

  • Page 310

    E6581697 Minimum Communication Default User setting unit Title Function Unit Adjustment range Reference Panel/Commun setting setting ication 0730 Panel frequency 0: Permitted 6.29.1  setting prohibition 1: Prohibited () 0731 Disconnection 0: Permitted  detection of 1: Prohibited extension panel 0732 Local/remote key 0: Permitted...

  • Page 311

    E6581697 Minimum Communication Default User setting unit Title Function Unit Adjustment range Reference Panel/Commun setting setting ication 0750 EASY key function 0: Easy / standard setting mode  selection switching function 6.32 1: Shortcut key 2: Local / remote key 3: Monitor peak / minimum hold trigger 0751...

  • Page 312

    E6581697 Minimum Communication Default User setting unit Title Function Unit Adjustment range Reference Panel/Commun setting setting ication 0778 Easy setting mode  parameter 28 6.32 0779 Easy setting mode  parameter 29 0-2999 0780 Easy setting mode  (Set by communication number) parameter 30 0781 Easy setting mode...

  • Page 313

    2 setting 0814 Communication 0.1/0.01 0.0-  command point 2 frequency 0829 Selection of 0: Toshiba inverter protocol 6.33.1  communication 1: Modbus RTU protocol protocol 0856 Number of motor 1: 2 poles  poles for 2: 4 poles...

  • Page 314

    E6581697  PM motor parameters Minimum Communication Default User setting unit Title Function Unit Adjustment range Reference Panel/Commun setting setting ication 0900 Factory specific  coefficient 9A 0901 Factory specific  coefficient 9B 0902 Factory specific  coefficient 9C 0909 Factory specific ...

  • Page 315

    E6581697  Logic sequence parameters Minimum Communication Default User setting unit Title Function Unit Adjustment range Reference Panel/Commun setting setting ication Input function Input terminal function number 6.36 A900  target 11 0: No function 1: Terminal F 2: Terminal R 3: Terminal RES 4: Terminal S1 5: Terminal S2...

  • Page 316

    E6581697 Minimum Communication Default User setting unit Title Function Unit Adjustment range Reference Panel/Commun setting setting ication Input function 0-3099 (Same as a900) 6.36 A912  target 31 Input function 0-22 (Same as a901) A913  command 32 Input function 0-3099 (Same as a900) A914 ...

  • Page 317

    E6581697 Minimum Communication Default User setting unit Title Function Unit Adjustment range Reference Panel/Commun setting setting ication Input function 0-3099 (Same as a900) 6.36 A935  target 41 Input function 0-22 (Same as a901) A936  command 42 Input function 0-3099 (Same as a900) A937 ...

  • Page 318

    E6581697  Communication option parameters Title Function Reference Communication option common parameters 6.33.5 ,  ProfiBus DP option parameters  DeviceNet option parameters  EtherCAT option parameters ,  EtherNet common parameters  EtherNet/IP option parameters  Modbus TCP option parameters ...

  • Page 319

    E6581697 11.6 Input Terminal Function It can be assigned the function No. in the following table to parameter f104, f108, f110 to f118, f151 to f156, a973 to a976.  Table of input terminal functions 1 Function Code Function Action Reference No function Disabled...

  • Page 320

    E6581697  Table of input terminal functions 2 Function Code Function Action Reference Operation hold (hold of 3-wire operation) ON: F (forward run), R: (reverse run) held, 3-wire operation 7.2.1 OFF: Deceleration stop Inversion of operation hold (hold of 3-wire Inversion of HD operation) PID integral/differential clear...

  • Page 321

    E6581697  Table of input terminal functions 3 Function Code Function Action Reference Coast stop command ON: Coast stop (Gate OFF) 3.2.1 OFF: Coast stop canceled FRRN Inversion of coast stop command Inversion of FRR Forward/reverse selection ON: Forward operation command 7.2.1 OFF: Reverse operation command Inversion of forward/reverse selection...

  • Page 322

    E6581697  Input terminal function priority 6,7 8,9 10,11 24,25 36,37 88,89 12,13 28,29 52,53 90,91 Function 14,15 32,33 54,55 92,93 Code 16,17 ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ◎ ○ ◎ ◎ ○ ◎ ○ ○ ○...

  • Page 323: Output Terminal Function

    E6581697 11.7 Output Terminal Function It can be assigned the function No. in the following table to parameter f130 to f138, f157, f158.  Table of output terminal functions 1 Function Code Function Action Reference Frequency lower limit ON: Output frequency is more than  5.10 OFF: Output frequency is or less ...

  • Page 324

    E6581697  Table of output terminal functions 2 Function Code Function Action Reference POLR Braking resistor overload pre-alarm ON: 50% or more of calculated value of  set 6.15.4 overload protection level OFF: Less than 50% of calculated value of  set overload protection level POLRN Inversion of braking resistor overload pre-...

  • Page 325

    E6581697  Table of output terminal functions 3 Function Code Function Action Reference DATA1 Designated data output 1 ON: bit0 of FA50 is ON 6.33 OFF: bit0 of FA50 is OFF DATA1N Inversion of designated data output 1 Inversion of DATA1 DATA2 Designated data output 2 ON: bit1 of FA50 is ON...

  • Page 326

    E6581697  Table of output terminal functions 4 Function Code Function Action Reference PIDF Signal in accordance of frequency command ON: Frequency commanded by  and  are 6.3.4 6.20 within ±. OFF: Other than those above PIDFN Inversion of signal in accordance of Inversion of PIDF frequency command Fault signal (output also at a retry waiting)

  • Page 327

    E6581697  Table of output terminal functions 5 Function Code Function Action Reference LSFO1 Logic sequence function output 1 ON: Logic sequence function output 1 is ON 6.36 OFF: Logic sequence function output 1 is OFF LSFO1N Inversion of logic sequence function output 1 Inversion of LSFO1 LSFO2 Logic sequence function output 2...

  • Page 328

    E6581697 11.8 Unchangeable parameters in running For reasons of safety, the following parameters cannot be changed during inverter running. Change parameters while inverter stops. [Basic parameters]  (Guidance function) *1(Frequency setting mode selection) (Overload characteristic selection) (Maximum frequency)   (Automatic acceleration/deceleration) (V/F control mode selection) ...

  • Page 329: Specifications, Models And Their Standard Specifications, Standard Specifications

    E6581697 12. Specifications 12.1 Models and their standard specifications  Standard specifications Item Specification Input voltage class 1-phase 240V class Applicable motor (kW) 0.75 Type VFMB1S Form 2002PL 2004PL 2007PL 2015PL 2022PL Capacity (kVA) Note 1) Output current (A) 11.0 Note 2) (1.9) (3.7)

  • Page 330

    E6581697  Common specification Item Specification Control system Sinusoidal PWM control Output voltage range Adjustable within the range of 50 to 330V (240V class) and 50 to 660V (500V class) by correcting the supply Note1) voltage Output frequency range 0.1 to 500.0Hz, default setting: 0.5 to 80Hz, maximum frequency: 30 to 500Hz Minimum setting steps of 0.1Hz: analog input (when the max.

  • Page 331

    E6581697 <Continued> Item Specification Protective function Stall prevention, current limitation, over-current, output short circuit, over-voltage, over-voltage limitation, undervoltage, ground fault detection, input 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 Switching between standard motor and constant-torque VF motor, switching between motors 1 &...

  • Page 332

    E6581697 12.2 Outside dimensions and mass  Outside dimensions and mass Applicable motor Dimensions (mm) Approx. weight Voltage class Inverter type Drawing (kW) (kg) VFMB1S-2002PL VFMB1S-2004PL 1-phase 240V 0.75 VFMB1S-2007PL VFMB1S-2015PL VFMB1S-2022PL VFMB1-4004PL 0.75 VFMB1-4007PL VFMB1-4015PL VFMB1-4022PL 3-phase 500V VFMB1-4037PL VFMB1-4055PL VFMB1-4075PL VFMB1-4110PL...

  • Page 333

    E6581697 φ5.5 φ10 φ5 W1(Mounting dimension) φ5.5 φ10 Fig.B φ11 φ5 φ6 φ14 W1(Mounting dimension) W1(Mounting dimension) VF-MB1 VF-MB1 EMC plate EMC plate Fig.C Fig.D...

  • Page 334: Before Making A Service Call

    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 distributor. [Trip information]...

  • Page 335

    E6581697 (Continued) Error code Failure code Problem Possible causes Remedies 000B Overvoltage during  The deceleration time  is too short.  Increase the deceleration time .  deceleration (Regenerative energy is too large.)  Overvoltage limit operation  is set ...

  • Page 336

     Check the suitable detection level for the  Trip system (, , ).  Contact your Toshiba distributor if the setting is correct. 001E Undervoltage trip  The input voltage (in the main circuit) is ...

  • Page 337

    DC braking function or change the DC braking to Servo lock function. 003B Safe torque off error  Error of safe torque off circuit  Contact your Toshiba distributor.  0029 Inverter type error  It may be a breakdown failure.

  • Page 338

    E6581697 (Continued) 0047 Auto-tuning error  When auto-tuning (relating parameters  Auto tuning for permanent magnet motor  are pt=6, f400=2) or initial position is not allowed for this motor, please estimation for permanent magnet motor measure inductance with the LCR meter ( relating parameters is f915=3,4) is etc.

  • Page 339

    E6581697 (Continued) Error code Problem Possible causes Remedies Output frequency  An attempt was made to operate at a  Operate at a frequency within 10 times the  upper limit frequency higher than 10 times the base base frequency. frequency (...

  • Page 340: Restoring The Inverter From A Trip

    E6581697 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. The inverter can be restored from a trip by any of the following operations: (1) By turning off the power (Keep the inverter off until the LED turns off.) Note) See inverter trip hold selection ...

  • Page 341

    Is the 7-segment LED Is power being supplied normally? normally. extinguished? Contact your Toshiba distributor.  The ST-CC circuit is opened. Close the circuit between CC and the terminal to which Is  displayed? the ST (standby) function on the control circuit terminal is assigned.

  • Page 342: How To Determine The Causes Of Other Problems

    E6581697 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 Causes and remedies  The motor runs in the Invert the phases of the output terminals U/T1, V/T2 and W/T3. ...

  • Page 343: Inspection And Maintenance, Regular Inspection

    E6581697 14. Inspection and maintenance Warning  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.

  • Page 344: Check Points, Periodical Inspection

    Performing an inspection without carrying out these steps first could lead to electric shock.  Never replace any part. This could be a cause of electric shock, fire and bodily injury. To replace parts, call your Toshiba distributor. Prohibited...

  • Page 345: Check Items

    E6581697 Check items 1. Check to see if all screwed terminals are tightened firmly. If any screw is found loose, tighten it again with a screwdriver. 2. Check to see if all caulked terminals are fixed properly. Check them visually to see that there is no trace of overheating around any of them.

  • Page 346

    E6581697 Replacement of expendable parts The inverter is composed of a large number of electronic parts including semiconductor devices. The following parts deteriorate with the passage of time because of their composition or physical properties. The use of aged or deteriorated parts leads to degradation in the performance or a breakdown of the inverter.

  • Page 347: Making A Call For Servicing, Keeping The Inverter In Storage

    Note 3: The life of parts varies greatly depending on the operating environment. 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 distributor.

  • Page 348

    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...

  • Page 349: Disposal Of The Inverter

    E6581697 16. Disposal of the inverter Caution  If you dispose of the inverter, have it done by a specialist in industry waste disposal(*). If you dispose of he inverter by yourself, this can result in explosion of capacitor or produce noxious gases, resulting in injury.

  • Page 350

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