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Toshiba TOSVERT VF-PS1 Instruction Manual

Toshiba TOSVERT VF-PS1 Instruction Manual (317 pages)

High Performance Inverter  
Brand: Toshiba | Category: Power Supply | Size: 11.12 MB
Table of contents
I. Safety Precautions2................................................................................................................................................................
General Operation3................................................................................................................................................................
Maintenance And Inspection7................................................................................................................................................................
I I. Introduction8................................................................................................................................................................
Read First13................................................................................................................................................................
Names And Functions16................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On The Application31................................................................................................................................................................
Cautions On Wiring42................................................................................................................................................................
Standard Connections44................................................................................................................................................................
Description Of Terminals51................................................................................................................................................................
Main Circuit Terminals51................................................................................................................................................................
Main Circuit51................................................................................................................................................................
Panel Operation64................................................................................................................................................................
How To Set Parameters67................................................................................................................................................................
Selection Of Operation Mode75................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Control Mode80................................................................................................................................................................
Sensorless Vector Control82................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Electronic Thermal90................................................................................................................................................................
Meter Setting And Adjustment95................................................................................................................................................................
Standard Default Setting108................................................................................................................................................................
Default Setting109................................................................................................................................................................
Extended Parameters116................................................................................................................................................................
Input Signal Selection118................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Function Selection121................................................................................................................................................................
Frequency Priority Selection125................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Frequency125................................................................................................................................................................
Retry Function139................................................................................................................................................................
Pid Control146................................................................................................................................................................
Protection Functions161................................................................................................................................................................
Adjustment Parameters177................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Panel Parameter179................................................................................................................................................................
During Operation179................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Function187................................................................................................................................................................
Display Of Trip Information217................................................................................................................................................................
Selection Of Peripheral Devices234................................................................................................................................................................
Selection Of Wiring Materials And Devices234................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Of A Magnetic Contactor238................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Of An Overload Relay238................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications294................................................................................................................................................................
Models And Their Standard Specifications294................................................................................................................................................................
Outline Drawing300................................................................................................................................................................
Before Making A Service Call302................................................................................................................................................................
If The Motor Does Not Run While No Trip Message Is Displayed309................................................................................................................................................................
Inspection And Maintenance311................................................................................................................................................................
Regular Inspection311................................................................................................................................................................
Check Points311................................................................................................................................................................
Periodical Inspection312................................................................................................................................................................
Check Items312................................................................................................................................................................
Making A Call For Servicing314................................................................................................................................................................
Keeping The Inverter In Storage314................................................................................................................................................................
Disposal Of The Inverter316................................................................................................................................................................

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Toshiba TOSVERT VF-PS1 Instruction Manual

Toshiba TOSVERT VF-PS1 Instruction Manual (317 pages)

Variable torque inverter  
Brand: Toshiba | Category: Inverter | Size: 5.68 MB
Table of contents
Safety Precautions2................................................................................................................................................................
General Operation3................................................................................................................................................................
Maintenance And Inspection7................................................................................................................................................................
Read First13................................................................................................................................................................
Structure Of The Main Body14................................................................................................................................................................
Detaching The Cover22................................................................................................................................................................
Grounding Capacitor Switching Method24................................................................................................................................................................
Connection26................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Dc Reactor28................................................................................................................................................................
Operations29................................................................................................................................................................
What To Do About The Leak Current32................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Environment34................................................................................................................................................................
Cautions On Wiring43................................................................................................................................................................
Standard Connections45................................................................................................................................................................
Description Of Terminals52................................................................................................................................................................
Main Circuit Terminals52................................................................................................................................................................
Main Circuit52................................................................................................................................................................
Control Circuit Terminal Block53................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Parameters60................................................................................................................................................................
Extended Parameters62................................................................................................................................................................
Searching And Setting Parameters67................................................................................................................................................................
How To Set Parameters68................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Parameters In The Standard Setting Mode69................................................................................................................................................................
Increasing Starting Torque73................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Torque Boost73................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Parameters By Operating Method75................................................................................................................................................................
Operation With76................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Control Mode81................................................................................................................................................................
Maximum Frequency87................................................................................................................................................................
Upper Limit And Lower Limit Frequencies87................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Frequency Command Characteristics88................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Electronic Thermal91................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring The96................................................................................................................................................................
Pwm Carrier Frequency100................................................................................................................................................................
Standard Default Setting110................................................................................................................................................................
Factory Default Setting110................................................................................................................................................................
Searching For All Reset Parameters And Changing Their Settings112................................................................................................................................................................
Easy Key Function113................................................................................................................................................................
Input Signal Selection119................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Function Selection122................................................................................................................................................................
Speed Command Switching126................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Frequency127................................................................................................................................................................
Function Of Issuing A 0hz Command During A Halt132................................................................................................................................................................
Jog Run Mode134................................................................................................................................................................
Preset Speed Operation Frequencies138................................................................................................................................................................
Reverse Run Prohibition143................................................................................................................................................................
Drooping Control143................................................................................................................................................................
Pid Control147................................................................................................................................................................
Frequency Command147................................................................................................................................................................
Increasing The Motor Output Torque Further In Low Speed Range155................................................................................................................................................................
Torque Limit156................................................................................................................................................................
Current And Speed Control Gain157................................................................................................................................................................
Fine Adjustment Of Frequency Setting Signal158................................................................................................................................................................
Operating A Synchronous Motor159................................................................................................................................................................
Protection Functions163................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Of Stall Prevention Level163................................................................................................................................................................
Inverter Trip Record Retention163................................................................................................................................................................
Output Phase Failure Detection165................................................................................................................................................................
Detection Of Output Short Circuit167................................................................................................................................................................
Overtorque Trip167................................................................................................................................................................
Abnormal Speed Detection169................................................................................................................................................................
Undervoltage Trip169................................................................................................................................................................
Guide To Time Of Replacement171................................................................................................................................................................
Motor Thermal Protection171................................................................................................................................................................
Braking Resistance Overload Curve171................................................................................................................................................................
Selection Of A Restart Condition For The Motor Stopped With A Mechanical Brake172................................................................................................................................................................
Adjustment Parameters179................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Panel Parameter181................................................................................................................................................................
Tracing Functions184................................................................................................................................................................
Integrating Wattmeter187................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Function188................................................................................................................................................................
Instruction Manuals For Optionally Available Devices And Special Functions195................................................................................................................................................................
Operation With External Signal196................................................................................................................................................................
External Operation196................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring The Operation Status209................................................................................................................................................................
Screen Composition In The Status Monitor Mode209................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring The Status210................................................................................................................................................................
Status Monitor Under Normal Conditions210................................................................................................................................................................
Display Of Detailed Information On A Past Trip213................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Status Monitor Function214................................................................................................................................................................
Display Of Trip Information217................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor Display At Tripping219................................................................................................................................................................
Measures To Satisfy The Standards222................................................................................................................................................................
How To Cope With The Ce Standard222................................................................................................................................................................
Emc Directive222................................................................................................................................................................
Caution In Installing The Inverter229................................................................................................................................................................
Caution In Wiring And Rated Current229................................................................................................................................................................
Caution As To Peripheral Devices229................................................................................................................................................................
Caution As To The Protection Of Motors From Overload230................................................................................................................................................................
Compliance With Safety Standards231................................................................................................................................................................
Selection Of Peripheral Devices238................................................................................................................................................................
Selection Of Wiring Materials And Devices238................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Of A Magnetic Contactor240................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Of An Overload Relay240................................................................................................................................................................
Application And Functions Of Options241................................................................................................................................................................
Optional Internal Devices245................................................................................................................................................................
Connection Of A Dc Power Supply And Other Electric Units248................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications293................................................................................................................................................................
Models And Their Standard Specifications293................................................................................................................................................................
Outline Drawing298................................................................................................................................................................
Before Making A Service Call302................................................................................................................................................................
Method Of Resetting Causes Of Trip308................................................................................................................................................................
If The Motor Does Not Run While No Trip Message Is Displayed309................................................................................................................................................................
How To Check Other Troubles310................................................................................................................................................................
Inspection And Maintenance312................................................................................................................................................................
Regular Inspection312................................................................................................................................................................
Periodical Inspection313................................................................................................................................................................
Check Items313................................................................................................................................................................
Making A Call For Servicing315................................................................................................................................................................
Keeping The Inverter In Storage315................................................................................................................................................................
Disposal Of The Inverter317................................................................................................................................................................
Toshiba TOSVERT VF-PS1 Instruction Manual

Toshiba TOSVERT VF-PS1 Instruction Manual (307 pages)

Variable torque inverter  
Brand: Toshiba | Category: Inverter | Size: 6.42 MB
Table of contents
Instruction Manual1................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Precautions2................................................................................................................................................................
General Operation3................................................................................................................................................................
Maintenance And Inspection7................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents9................................................................................................................................................................
Read First13................................................................................................................................................................
Check The Product13................................................................................................................................................................
Contents Of The Product Code13................................................................................................................................................................
Structure Of The Main Body14................................................................................................................................................................
Names And Functions14................................................................................................................................................................
Detaching The Cover21................................................................................................................................................................
Grounding Capacitor Switching Method24................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Dc Reactor27................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On The Application28................................................................................................................................................................
What To Do About The Leak Current31................................................................................................................................................................
Connection Equipment39................................................................................................................................................................
Cautions On Wiring39................................................................................................................................................................
Standard Connections41................................................................................................................................................................
Description Of Terminals48................................................................................................................................................................
Main Circuit Terminals48................................................................................................................................................................
Control Circuit Terminal Block49................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Rs485 Communication Connector54................................................................................................................................................................
Setting/monitor Modes56................................................................................................................................................................
Simplified Operation Of The Vf-ps57................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Board Operation57................................................................................................................................................................
Frequency Setting58................................................................................................................................................................
Panel Operation61................................................................................................................................................................
Searching And Setting Parameters63................................................................................................................................................................
How To Set Parameters64................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Parameters In The Selected Quick Mode64................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Parameters In The Standard Setting Mode65................................................................................................................................................................
Functions Useful In Searching For A Parameter Or Changing A Parameter Setting66................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Parameters67................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Acceleration/deceleration Time68................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Acceleration/deceleration68................................................................................................................................................................
Manually Setting Acceleration/deceleration Time69................................................................................................................................................................
Increasing Starting Torque69................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Parameters By Operating Method71................................................................................................................................................................
Selection Of Operation Mode72................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Control Mode77................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Torque Boost–increasing Torque Boost At Low Speeds82................................................................................................................................................................
Maximum Frequency83................................................................................................................................................................
Upper Limit And Lower Limit Frequencies83................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Frequency Command Characteristics84................................................................................................................................................................
Preset Speed Operation (speeds In 15 Steps)84................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Forward And Reverse Runs (operation Panel Only)86................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Electronic Thermal87................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Display Unit % To A (ampere)/v (volt)91................................................................................................................................................................
Meter Setting And Adjustment92................................................................................................................................................................
Pwm Carrier Frequency96................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic (regenerative) Braking - For Abrupt Motor Stop100................................................................................................................................................................
Standard Default Setting106................................................................................................................................................................
Searching For All Reset Parameters And Changing Their Settings108................................................................................................................................................................
Easy Key Function109................................................................................................................................................................
Extended Parameters113................................................................................................................................................................
Input/output Parameters113................................................................................................................................................................
Low-speed Signal113................................................................................................................................................................
Putting Out Signals Of Arbitrary Frequencies114................................................................................................................................................................
Input Signal Selection115................................................................................................................................................................
Priority When Forward/reverse Run Commands Are Entered Simultaneously115................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning Priority To The Terminal Board In The Operation Panel And Operation Mode116................................................................................................................................................................
Analog Input Signal Switching117................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Function Selection118................................................................................................................................................................
Keeping An Input Terminal Function Always Active (on)118................................................................................................................................................................
Modifying Input Terminal Functions118................................................................................................................................................................
Modifying Output Terminal Functions120................................................................................................................................................................
Switching Among V/f Characteristics 1 And 2 From Input Terminal120................................................................................................................................................................
V/f 5-point Setting122................................................................................................................................................................
Speed Command Switching122................................................................................................................................................................
Using Two Types Of Frequency (speed) Commands122................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Frequency123................................................................................................................................................................
Start Frequency/stop Frequency124................................................................................................................................................................
Run/stop Control With Frequency Setting Signals124................................................................................................................................................................
Frequency Setting Signal 0hz Dead Zone Handling Function125................................................................................................................................................................
Dc Braking125................................................................................................................................................................
Motor Shaft Fixing Control127................................................................................................................................................................
Function Of Issuing A 0hz Command During A Halt128................................................................................................................................................................
Jog Run Mode130................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Frequency Via External Contact Input (up/down Frequency Setting)131................................................................................................................................................................
Jump Frequency - Jumping Resonant Frequencies133................................................................................................................................................................
Preset Speed Operation Frequencies134................................................................................................................................................................
Preset Speed Operation Frequency 8 To134................................................................................................................................................................
Bumpless Operation135................................................................................................................................................................
Retry Function136................................................................................................................................................................
Avoiding Overvoltage Tripping137................................................................................................................................................................
Output Voltage Adjustment/supply Voltage Correction137................................................................................................................................................................
Reverse Run Prohibition139................................................................................................................................................................
Drooping Control139................................................................................................................................................................
Commercial Power/inverter Switching141................................................................................................................................................................
Pid Control143................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Motor Constants147................................................................................................................................................................
Increasing The Motor Output Torque Further In Low Speed Range151................................................................................................................................................................
Torque Limit152................................................................................................................................................................
Speed Control Gain154................................................................................................................................................................
Fine Adjustment Of Frequency Setting Signal154................................................................................................................................................................
Operating A Synchronous Motor155................................................................................................................................................................
Protection Functions158................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Of Stall Prevention Level158................................................................................................................................................................
Inverter Trip Record Retention158................................................................................................................................................................
Emergency Stop159................................................................................................................................................................
Output Phase Failure Detection160................................................................................................................................................................
Input Phase Failure Detections160................................................................................................................................................................
Control Mode For Low Current161................................................................................................................................................................
Detection Of Output Short Circuit162................................................................................................................................................................
Overtorque Trip162................................................................................................................................................................
Cooling Fan Control Selection163................................................................................................................................................................
Cumulative Operation Time Alarm Setting163................................................................................................................................................................
Abnormal Speed Detection164................................................................................................................................................................
Overvoltage Limit Operation164................................................................................................................................................................
Undervoltage Trip164................................................................................................................................................................
Vi/ii Analog Input Wire Breakage Detection Level165................................................................................................................................................................
Guide To Time Of Replacement165................................................................................................................................................................
Rush Current Suppression Relay Activation Time166................................................................................................................................................................
Motor Thermal Protection166................................................................................................................................................................
Braking Resistance Overload Curve166................................................................................................................................................................
Selection Of A Restart Condition For The Motor Stopped With A Mechanical Brake167................................................................................................................................................................
Motor Ptc Thermal Protection168................................................................................................................................................................
Protection Against A Failure Of The Control Power Backup Device (optional Cps002z)168................................................................................................................................................................
Forced Fire-speed Control Function170................................................................................................................................................................
Low Torque Detection Signals171................................................................................................................................................................
Adjustment Parameters174................................................................................................................................................................
Pulse Train Output For Meters174................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Of Optional Meter Outputs175................................................................................................................................................................
Calibration Of Analog Outputs175................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Panel Parameter176................................................................................................................................................................
Prohibition Of Key Operations And Parameter Settings176................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Rotational Speed Of The Motor Or The Line Speed177................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Steps In Which The Value Displayed Changes178................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Standard Monitor Display179................................................................................................................................................................
Selection Of Operation Panel Stop Pattern179................................................................................................................................................................
Tracing Functions179................................................................................................................................................................
Integrating Wattmeter182................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Function183................................................................................................................................................................
Open Network Option189................................................................................................................................................................
My Function189................................................................................................................................................................
Instruction Manuals For Optionally Available Devices And Special Functions190................................................................................................................................................................
Operation With External Signal191................................................................................................................................................................
External Operation191................................................................................................................................................................
Applied Operation With Input And Output Signals (operation By Terminal Board)192................................................................................................................................................................
Functions Of Input Terminals (in Case Of Sink Logic)192................................................................................................................................................................
Functions Of Output Terminals (incase Of Sink Logic)195................................................................................................................................................................
Analog Input Filter199................................................................................................................................................................
Setup Of External Speed Command (analog Signal)200................................................................................................................................................................
Setup By Analog Input Signals (rr/s4 Terminal)201................................................................................................................................................................
Setup By Analog Input Signals (vi/ii Terminal)202................................................................................................................................................................
Setup By Analog Input Signals (rx Terminal)203................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring The Operation Status204................................................................................................................................................................
Screen Composition In The Status Monitor Mode204................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring The Status205................................................................................................................................................................
Status Monitor Under Normal Conditions205................................................................................................................................................................
Display Of Detailed Information On A Past Trip208................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Status Monitor Function209................................................................................................................................................................
Display Of Trip Information211................................................................................................................................................................
Trip Code Display211................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor Display At Tripping213................................................................................................................................................................
Display Of Alarm, Pre-alarm, Etc215................................................................................................................................................................
Measures To Satisfy The Standards216................................................................................................................................................................
Emc Directive216................................................................................................................................................................
Measures To Satisfy The Emc Directive217................................................................................................................................................................
Low-voltage Directive222................................................................................................................................................................
Measures To Be Taken To Satisfy The Low-voltage Directive222................................................................................................................................................................
Measures To Be Taken To Satisfy The Ul/csa Standards223................................................................................................................................................................
Caution In Installing The Inverter223................................................................................................................................................................
Caution In Wiring And Rated Current223................................................................................................................................................................
Caution As To Peripheral Devices223................................................................................................................................................................
Caution As To The Protection Of Motors From Overload224................................................................................................................................................................
Compliance With Safety Standards225................................................................................................................................................................
Selection Of Peripheral Devices232................................................................................................................................................................
Selection Of Wiring Materials And Devices232................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Of A Magnetic Contactor234................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Of An Overload Relay234................................................................................................................................................................
Application And Functions Of Options235................................................................................................................................................................
Optional Internal Devices239................................................................................................................................................................
Connection Of A Dc Power Supply And Other Electric Units242................................................................................................................................................................
Connection Of A Single-phase 200v Power Supply242................................................................................................................................................................
When Using The Inverter Along With A Dc Power Supply242................................................................................................................................................................
Models And Their Standard Specifications284................................................................................................................................................................
Outside Dimensions And Weight288................................................................................................................................................................
Outline Drawing289................................................................................................................................................................
Trip Causes/warnings And Remedies293................................................................................................................................................................
Method Of Resetting Causes Of Trip298................................................................................................................................................................
If The Motor Does Not Run While No Trip Message Is Displayed299................................................................................................................................................................
How To Check Other Troubles300................................................................................................................................................................
Inspection And Maintenance301................................................................................................................................................................
Regular Inspection301................................................................................................................................................................
Periodical Inspection302................................................................................................................................................................
Making A Call For Servicing304................................................................................................................................................................
Keeping The Inverter In Storage304................................................................................................................................................................
Disposal Of The Inverter306................................................................................................................................................................

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Toshiba TOSVERT VF-PS1 Instruction Manual

Toshiba TOSVERT VF-PS1 Instruction Manual (52 pages)

Totally enclosed box type Inverter  
Brand: Toshiba | Category: Inverter | Size: 0.68 MB
Table of contents
Instruction Manual1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Read First7................................................................................................................................................................
Check The Product7................................................................................................................................................................
Contents Of The Product Code7................................................................................................................................................................
Connection7................................................................................................................................................................
Structure Of The Main Body8................................................................................................................................................................
Names And Functions8................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Function9................................................................................................................................................................
Detaching The Cover17................................................................................................................................................................
Grounding Capacitor Switching Method18................................................................................................................................................................
In Case Of Adopting External Braking Resistor (optional19................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On The Application20................................................................................................................................................................
Installation20................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Environment20................................................................................................................................................................
Connection Of Equipment21................................................................................................................................................................
Cautions On Wiring21................................................................................................................................................................
Standard Connections22................................................................................................................................................................
Description Of Terminals24................................................................................................................................................................
Main Circuit Terminals24................................................................................................................................................................
Operations25................................................................................................................................................................
Settings To Be Made At First Power On25................................................................................................................................................................
Setting/monitor Modes26................................................................................................................................................................
Operation In Top View Mode27................................................................................................................................................................
Setting A Panel Operation Frequency27................................................................................................................................................................
Using An Easy Key Function28................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Language To Be Displayed29................................................................................................................................................................
Performing Jog Run29................................................................................................................................................................
Emergency Stop / Reset Operation30................................................................................................................................................................
Searching And Setting Parameters31................................................................................................................................................................
Searching For The Change Histories Of Parameters (history Function31................................................................................................................................................................
Setting A Basic Parameter32................................................................................................................................................................
Setting An Extended Parameter33................................................................................................................................................................
Searching For Parameters Whose Setting Has Been Changed (changed Parameters34................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring The Operation Status35................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Details Of An Item Monitored36................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Function Key Functions37................................................................................................................................................................
Measures To Satisfy The Standards39................................................................................................................................................................
How To Cope With The Ce Standard39................................................................................................................................................................
Measures To Satisfy The Emc Directive39................................................................................................................................................................
Conforming To Ul Type42................................................................................................................................................................
Caution As To Peripheral Devices42................................................................................................................................................................
Selection Of Peripheral Devices43................................................................................................................................................................
Selection Of Wiring Materials And Devices43................................................................................................................................................................
Selection Of Wiring Equipment44................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Parameters45................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications47................................................................................................................................................................
Models And Their Standard Specifications47................................................................................................................................................................
Outside Dimensions And Weights50................................................................................................................................................................
Toshiba TOSVERT VF-PS1 Function Manual

Toshiba TOSVERT VF-PS1 Function Manual (49 pages)

EtherNet/IP option unit  
Brand: Toshiba | Category: Inverter | Size: 0.45 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Overview5................................................................................................................................................................
Names And Functions5................................................................................................................................................................
Outline5................................................................................................................................................................
Rj45 Connector Pin Layout6................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Connection To An Ethernet/ip6................................................................................................................................................................
Led Indicator7................................................................................................................................................................
Parameters8................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Parameters8................................................................................................................................................................
The Details Of The Parameter Setting11................................................................................................................................................................
Device Name (f792-f799)11................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning Ip Addresses (f576-f588)12................................................................................................................................................................
Network Error Detection (f849 - F852)12................................................................................................................................................................
Command Data (f831-f838), Monitor Data (f841-f848)14................................................................................................................................................................
How To Use Instance 102/152 And 103/10414................................................................................................................................................................
Fa06 (command Word 1)15................................................................................................................................................................
Fa23 (command Word 2)16................................................................................................................................................................
Fa07 (frequency Reference From Comunciation Option)17................................................................................................................................................................
Fa33 (torque Reference From Communication Option)17................................................................................................................................................................
Fa50 (terminal Output Data From Communication)17................................................................................................................................................................
Fa51 (analog Output (fm) Data From Communication)17................................................................................................................................................................
Fa52 (analog Output (am) Data From Communication)17................................................................................................................................................................
Fd01 (inverter Status (real Time))18................................................................................................................................................................
Fd00 (output Frequency (real Time))18................................................................................................................................................................
Fd03 (output Current (real Time))19................................................................................................................................................................
Fe36 (analog Input Value Vi/ii)19................................................................................................................................................................
Fe37 (rx Input)19................................................................................................................................................................
Fe60 - Fe63 (my Monitor)19................................................................................................................................................................
Fe14 (cumulative Run Time)19................................................................................................................................................................
Fe40 (analog Output (fm))19................................................................................................................................................................
Fc91 (alarm Code)20................................................................................................................................................................
Fd06 (input Terminal Board Status)20................................................................................................................................................................
Fd07 (output Terminal Board Status)20................................................................................................................................................................
Objects21................................................................................................................................................................
Identity Object (01 Hex)22................................................................................................................................................................
Message Router Object (02 Hex)24................................................................................................................................................................
Assembly Object (04 Hex)25................................................................................................................................................................
Connection Manager Object (06 Hex)26................................................................................................................................................................
Motor Data Object (28 Hex)27................................................................................................................................................................
Control Supervisor Object (29 Hex)28................................................................................................................................................................
Run/stop Event Matrix29................................................................................................................................................................
Control Supervisor State Transition Diagram29................................................................................................................................................................
Ac/dc Drive Object (2a Hex)30................................................................................................................................................................
Application Objects (64 Hex)31................................................................................................................................................................
Port Object (f4 Hex)32................................................................................................................................................................
Tcp/ip Interface (f5 Hex)34................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet Link (f6 Hex)35................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Of The Assemblies37................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Assembly Object Instance37................................................................................................................................................................
Instance 20: Cip Basic Speed Control Output38................................................................................................................................................................
Instance 70: Cip Basic Speed Control Input38................................................................................................................................................................
Instance 21: Cip Extended Speed Control Output39................................................................................................................................................................
Instance 71: Cip Extended Speed Control Input39................................................................................................................................................................
Instance 22: Cip Speed And Torque Control Output40................................................................................................................................................................
Instance 72: Cip Speed And Torque Control Input40................................................................................................................................................................
Instance 23: Cip Extended Speed And Torque Control Output40................................................................................................................................................................
Instance 73: Cip Extended Speed And Torque Control Input40................................................................................................................................................................
Instance 100 : Native Drive Output41................................................................................................................................................................
Instance 150 : Native Drive Input41................................................................................................................................................................
Instance 101: Native Drive Output43................................................................................................................................................................
Instance 151 : Native Drive Input43................................................................................................................................................................
Instance 102: Native Drive Output45................................................................................................................................................................
Instance 152: Native Drive Input45................................................................................................................................................................
Instance 103: Allen Bradley Drive Profile Output46................................................................................................................................................................
Instance 104: Allen Bradley Drive Profile Input47................................................................................................................................................................
About Eds-file48................................................................................................................................................................
Unusual Diagnosis49................................................................................................................................................................
Option Error49................................................................................................................................................................
Disconnection Error Of Network Cable49................................................................................................................................................................
Toshiba TOSVERT VF-PS1 Instruction Manual

Toshiba TOSVERT VF-PS1 Instruction Manual (31 pages)

PID control  
Brand: Toshiba | Category: Control Systems | Size: 0.36 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents2................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction3................................................................................................................................................................
Pid Control Function4................................................................................................................................................................
Process Pid Control4................................................................................................................................................................
Speed Pid Control6................................................................................................................................................................
Dancer Control8................................................................................................................................................................
Pid Control Type And Parameters11................................................................................................................................................................
Setting For Pid Control13................................................................................................................................................................
Fundamental Setting13................................................................................................................................................................
Feedback Value13................................................................................................................................................................
Process Value17................................................................................................................................................................
Override Function20................................................................................................................................................................
Acceleration And Decleration Time20................................................................................................................................................................
Set To Suit The Motor20................................................................................................................................................................
Set To Suit The System21................................................................................................................................................................
Set If Necessary21................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Pid Characteristic21................................................................................................................................................................
Agreement Between Process And Feedback Value21................................................................................................................................................................
Switch To Frequency Command Operation22................................................................................................................................................................
Pid Control Adjustment23................................................................................................................................................................
Outline Of Adjustment23................................................................................................................................................................
Fundamental Adjustment (common)23................................................................................................................................................................
Proportional (p) Gain24................................................................................................................................................................
Integral (i) Gain24................................................................................................................................................................
Differential (d) Gain24................................................................................................................................................................
Applied Adjustment (common)25................................................................................................................................................................
Pid Deviation Upper Limit And Lower Limit25................................................................................................................................................................
Pid Differentiation / Integration Reset25................................................................................................................................................................
Pid Control Waiting Time25................................................................................................................................................................
Applied Adjustment (for Speed Pid Control)26................................................................................................................................................................
Delay Filter26................................................................................................................................................................
Process Increasing Rate/ Decreasing Rate26................................................................................................................................................................
Analog Input Characteristics27................................................................................................................................................................
Parameter List Of Pid Control29................................................................................................................................................................
Toshiba TOSVERT VF-PS1 Function Manual

Toshiba TOSVERT VF-PS1 Function Manual (28 pages)

PROFIBUS-DP Option  
Brand: Toshiba | Category: Inverter | Size: 0.39 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents2................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction3................................................................................................................................................................
Connection Information4................................................................................................................................................................
Exterior Features4................................................................................................................................................................
Pdp002z Device Data5................................................................................................................................................................
Setting A Station Address6................................................................................................................................................................
Status Indicator8................................................................................................................................................................
Communications-related Parameters8................................................................................................................................................................
Profidrive" Profile9................................................................................................................................................................
Ppo Type9................................................................................................................................................................
Stw Control Word Data10................................................................................................................................................................
Zsw Status Word Data11................................................................................................................................................................
State Macine12................................................................................................................................................................
Examples Of Driving By The State Machine13................................................................................................................................................................
The Access To The Profibus Parameter14................................................................................................................................................................
Examples Of Reading Or Changing The Profidrive Parameter16................................................................................................................................................................
Access To The Vf-as1/ps1 Parameter18................................................................................................................................................................
Examples Of Reading Or Changing The Vf-as1/ps1 Parameter18................................................................................................................................................................
User Defind" Profile20................................................................................................................................................................
How To Use21................................................................................................................................................................
The Overview Of The Vf-as1/ps1 Parameter22................................................................................................................................................................
Fa06 (command Word 1 From Internal Option Pcb)22................................................................................................................................................................
Fa23 (command Word 2 From Internal Option Pcb)22................................................................................................................................................................
Fa07 (frequency Reference From Internal Option Pcb)23................................................................................................................................................................
Fa33 (torque Reference From Internal Option Pcb)23................................................................................................................................................................
Fa50 (terminal Output Data From Comm.)23................................................................................................................................................................
Fa51 (analog Output (fm) Data From Comm.)23................................................................................................................................................................
Fa52 (analog Output (am) Data From Comm.)23................................................................................................................................................................
Fd01 (inverter Status (real Time))24................................................................................................................................................................
Fd00 (output Frequency (real Time))24................................................................................................................................................................
Fd03 (output Current (real Time))24................................................................................................................................................................
Fe36 (analog Input Value Vi/ii)25................................................................................................................................................................
Fe37 (rx Input)25................................................................................................................................................................
Fe60 - Fe63 (my Monitor)25................................................................................................................................................................
Fe14 (cumulative Run Time)25................................................................................................................................................................
Fe40 (analog Output (fm))25................................................................................................................................................................
Fc91 (alarm Code)26................................................................................................................................................................
Fd06 (input Tb Status)26................................................................................................................................................................
Fd07 (output Tb Status)26................................................................................................................................................................
Fc90, Fe10 - Fe13 (inverter Fault)27................................................................................................................................................................
About Gsd File28................................................................................................................................................................
Toshiba TOSVERT VF-PS1 Instruction Manual

Toshiba TOSVERT VF-PS1 Instruction Manual (27 pages)

PG FEEDBACK BOARD  
Brand: Toshiba | Category: Inverter | Size: 0.48 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents1................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Precautions2................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction5................................................................................................................................................................
Names Of The Parts On The Board6................................................................................................................................................................
Connection To The Inverter7................................................................................................................................................................
Installation To The Inverter7................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring9................................................................................................................................................................
Functional Description10................................................................................................................................................................
Vector Control With Sensor10................................................................................................................................................................
Pg Feedback Wiring10................................................................................................................................................................
Selection Of Encoder Type13................................................................................................................................................................
Vector Control Setting Parameter14................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Method For Feedback Amount15................................................................................................................................................................
Confirmation Of Pg's Rotational Direction16................................................................................................................................................................
Pg Disconnection Detection Function16................................................................................................................................................................
Speed Abnormality Detect Function17................................................................................................................................................................
Accuracy Of Speed Control17................................................................................................................................................................
Stop Position Control Function (vf-as1 Only)18................................................................................................................................................................
Pulse Input Command (speed Command Selection)20................................................................................................................................................................
Pulse Command Connection Method20................................................................................................................................................................
Pulse Input Setting Parameter22................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Method Of Pulse Input Command23................................................................................................................................................................
External View23................................................................................................................................................................
Specification24................................................................................................................................................................
Option Cable25................................................................................................................................................................
Warranty27................................................................................................................................................................
Toshiba TOSVERT VF-PS1 Instruction Manual

Toshiba TOSVERT VF-PS1 Instruction Manual (20 pages)

manual for CC-Link option - CCL001Z  
Brand: Toshiba | Category: Inverter | Size: 0.46 MB
Table of contents
Safety Precautions2................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents6................................................................................................................................................................
Overview7................................................................................................................................................................
Name Of Functions Of Main Parts7................................................................................................................................................................
Exterior Features7................................................................................................................................................................
Set The Station No. And Baud Rate8................................................................................................................................................................
About Indicator Of Led8................................................................................................................................................................
Cc-link Connector9................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Ccl001z10................................................................................................................................................................
Case Of Installing Two Options11................................................................................................................................................................
Connection Of Cc-link Cable11................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring / Connection With The Cc-link Master11................................................................................................................................................................
Functions13................................................................................................................................................................
Initial Setting13................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Functions14................................................................................................................................................................
Run And Frequency Operation Command14................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor14................................................................................................................................................................
Writing And Reading The Parameter14................................................................................................................................................................
Unusual Diagnosis15................................................................................................................................................................
Option Error15................................................................................................................................................................
Disconnection Error Of Network Cable15................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Cc-link Data16................................................................................................................................................................
Rx(monitor), Ry(instruction)16................................................................................................................................................................
Rwr, Rww Resistor17................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor Code17................................................................................................................................................................
Instruction Codes18................................................................................................................................................................
Reply Code19................................................................................................................................................................
Cc-link Local/remote Operation19................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications20................................................................................................................................................................
Warranty20................................................................................................................................................................
Toshiba TOSVERT VF-PS1 Instruction Manual

Toshiba TOSVERT VF-PS1 Instruction Manual (20 pages)

DeviceNet Option  
Brand: Toshiba | Category: Inverter | Size: 0.37 MB
Table of contents
Safety Precautions2................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Use4................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents6................................................................................................................................................................
Overview7................................................................................................................................................................
Exterior Features8................................................................................................................................................................
Devicenet Connector8................................................................................................................................................................
Devicenet Indicator9................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Dev002z10................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting To The Network11................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Method11................................................................................................................................................................
Network Grounding12................................................................................................................................................................
Setting A Mac Id Number And A Network Baud Rate13................................................................................................................................................................
Communications-related Parameters14................................................................................................................................................................
F851: Communication Loss Action Setting (network Breaks)15................................................................................................................................................................
F852: Preset Speed Operation Selection15................................................................................................................................................................
F830: Assembly Object Setting16................................................................................................................................................................
Devicenet Local/remote Operation19................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications20................................................................................................................................................................
Warranty20................................................................................................................................................................
Toshiba TOSVERT VF-PS1 Instruction Manual

Toshiba TOSVERT VF-PS1 Instruction Manual (19 pages)

High Performance  
Brand: Toshiba | Category: Inverter | Size: 1.56 MB
Table of contents
Instruction Manual1................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Precautions3................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents6................................................................................................................................................................
Read First7................................................................................................................................................................
Names, Specifications And Dimensions8................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications8................................................................................................................................................................
Outline Drawing9................................................................................................................................................................
Standard Connections10................................................................................................................................................................
Installation11................................................................................................................................................................
Set Parameters17................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Environment17................................................................................................................................................................
Replacement Of Expendable Parts19................................................................................................................................................................
Warranty19................................................................................................................................................................
Toshiba TOSVERT VF-PS1 Instruction Manual

Toshiba TOSVERT VF-PS1 Instruction Manual (17 pages)

Trace Tool  
Brand: Toshiba | Category: Inverter | Size: 0.57 MB
Table of contents
Introduction3................................................................................................................................................................
How To Use Pct001z-e5................................................................................................................................................................
O Pening Window6................................................................................................................................................................
S Etting Sheet7................................................................................................................................................................
G Raphic Sheet12................................................................................................................................................................
D Ata Sheet14................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting16................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents17................................................................................................................................................................
Toshiba TOSVERT VF-PS1 Instruction Manual

Toshiba TOSVERT VF-PS1 Instruction Manual (15 pages)

APOGEE FLN option unit  
Brand: Toshiba | Category: DC Drives | Size: 0.64 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents6................................................................................................................................................................
Overview7................................................................................................................................................................
Names And Functions7................................................................................................................................................................
Outline7................................................................................................................................................................
Apogee ® Fln Connector7................................................................................................................................................................
Led Indicator8................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Apg001z9................................................................................................................................................................
Case Of Installing Two Options10................................................................................................................................................................
Network Cable Connection10................................................................................................................................................................
Network Configuration11................................................................................................................................................................
Parameters12................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Parameters12................................................................................................................................................................
Command & Setpoint Selection (local/remote)13................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications15................................................................................................................................................................
Warranty15................................................................................................................................................................
Toshiba TOSVERT VF-PS1 Instruction Manual

Toshiba TOSVERT VF-PS1 Instruction Manual (14 pages)

Metasys N2 option unit  
Brand: Toshiba | Category: DC Drives | Size: 0.54 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents6................................................................................................................................................................
Overview7................................................................................................................................................................
Names And Functions7................................................................................................................................................................
Outline7................................................................................................................................................................
Metasys ® N2 Connector7................................................................................................................................................................
Led Indicator8................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Mts001z9................................................................................................................................................................
Network Cable Connection10................................................................................................................................................................
Network Configuration10................................................................................................................................................................
Parameters11................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Parameters11................................................................................................................................................................
F832 : Network Time-out11................................................................................................................................................................
F851 : Operation At Communication Error By Disconnection12................................................................................................................................................................
F852 : Preset Speed Operation Selection12................................................................................................................................................................
The Metasys ® N2 Local/remote Operation13................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications14................................................................................................................................................................
Warranty14................................................................................................................................................................
Toshiba TOSVERT VF-PS1 Instruction Manual

Toshiba TOSVERT VF-PS1 Instruction Manual (10 pages)

Commercial Power Supply Backup and Commercial Power Supply/Inverter Switching  
Brand: Toshiba | Category: Power Supply | Size: 0.14 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents2................................................................................................................................................................
Commercial Power Supply Backup3................................................................................................................................................................
Standard Connection Diagram3................................................................................................................................................................
Switching Circuit Connection Diagram, Time Chart, Parameter Settings4................................................................................................................................................................
Standard Connection Diagram (star-delta Switching Start)5................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions7................................................................................................................................................................
Commercial Power Supply/inverter Switching8................................................................................................................................................................

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