Mitsubishi Electronics FR-A500 manual

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    TRANSIST ORIZED INVERTER INSTRUCTION MANUAL FR-A 500 OUTL INE Ch a p t e r 1 I N ST ALLA TI O N AND [...]

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    A-1 Thank you for choosing this Mitsubishi transistorized Inverter . This instruction manual gives h[...]

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    A-2 4. Additional instr uctions Also note the following points to prevent an accidental failure, inj[...]

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    A-3 (5) Emergency stop (6) Mainte n ance, inspection and parts replacement (7) Disposing of the in v[...]

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    I CHAPTER 1 OUTLINE 1 1.1 Pre-Operation Information ............. ................... ..............[...]

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    II CONTENTS 3.3.3 PU operation mode (Operation using the operation panel (FR-DU04)) ................[...]

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    III 4.2.43 Commercial power supply-inverter switch-over function (Pr. 135 to Pr. 139) ..............[...]

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    IV CONTENTS 6.1.3 Periodic inspection .............................. ...............................[...]

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    1 Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Chapter 8 CHAP TER 1 OUTLINE[...]

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    2 OUT LINE 1.1 Pre-Operation Informat ion 1.1.1 Precautions for oper ation Incorr ect ha ndl ing mig[...]

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    3 OUT LINE 1 1.2 Basi c Configurat io n 1.2.1 Basic configurat ion The following devices are require[...]

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    4 OUT LINE 1.3 Structure 1.3.1 Appearance and structure (1) Front view (2) Without front cover *7.5K[...]

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    5 OUT LINE 1 1.3.2 Removal and reinstallation of the front cover FR-A52 0-0.4K t o 1 1K, FR-A540 -0.[...]

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    6 OUT LINE FR-A52 0- 30 K to 55K , FR- A 54 0- 30 K to 55K • Rem oval 1) Remove i nstalla tion scr[...]

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    7 OUT LINE 1 1.3.3 Remo val and reinstallation of the operation panel T o e nsure s afety , re move [...]

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    MEMO 8[...]

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    9 Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Chapter 8 CHAP TER 2 INST AL[...]

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    10 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING 2.1 Installation 2.1.1 Instructions f o r installation 1) Handl e the u[...]

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    11 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING 2 (1) Wiring cover and handling (22K or less) 1) Whe n cable con duits [...]

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    12 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING 2.2 Wiring 2.2.1 T erminal connection diagram When us ing cur rent in p[...]

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    13 2 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING (1) Description of main circuit terminals (2) Description of control [...]

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    14 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING *1: T er minals PR and PX are provided fo r the FR -A520-0 .4K to 7.5K [...]

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    15 2 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING 2.2. 2 Wiring of th e mai n ci rcuit (1) Wiring instructions 1) Cri m[...]

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    16 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING 9) Do not ins tal l a powe r ca pacito r , surge s up pr esso r o r rad[...]

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    17 2 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING (2) T erminal block layout In the mai n circui t of the inv erter , t[...]

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    18 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING 2) 400V class FR-A540-0. 4K, 0.75K , 1.5K, 2. 2K, 3.7K FR-A540-30K FR-A[...]

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    19 2 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING (3) Cables, crimping terminals, etc. The foll owing tabl e lists the [...]

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    20 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING ( 5 ) Connect ing the control circuit to a power supply separately from[...]

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    21 2 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING 2.2.3 Wiring of the contro l circ uit (1) Wiring instructions 1) T er[...]

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    22 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING (3) Changing the control logic The in put si gnals ar e set to s ink lo[...]

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    23 2 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING 4) Si nk logic t ype • The si nk logic type is a lo gic wher e a si[...]

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    24 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING 5) So ur ce logic t ype • The Source log ic type is a logic where a s[...]

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    25 2 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING 2.2.4 Connection to the PU connector (1) When connecting the operatio[...]

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    26 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING <Sys tem co nfigu rat ion examp le> 1) Connec tion of a c ompute [...]

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    27 2 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING <Wiring method> 1) Wiri ng of one RS -485 co mputer an d one i [...]

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    28 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING 2.2.5 Conn ection of stand-alone option units The in verter accepts a v[...]

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    29 2 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING (2) Connection of the brake unit (FR-BU) Connect the o ptional FR- BU[...]

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    30 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING (3) Connection of the brake unit (BU type) Conn ect th e BU type b rake[...]

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    31 2 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING (5) Connection of the power regeneration common converter (FR-CV) Whe[...]

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    32 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING (6) Connection of the power regeneration converter (FR-RC) (For po wer [...]

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    33 2 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING 2.2.6 Design information 1) When perform ing comme rcial power supply[...]

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    34 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING 2.3 Other wiring 2.3.1 Power harmoni c s Power ha rmonic s may be ge ne[...]

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    35 2 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING 2.3.2 Harmoni c suppression gui delines Harmoni c curre nts flow fr o[...]

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    36 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING 1) Calc ulation of equi valent c apaci ty P0 of h armon ic generati ng [...]

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    37 2 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING 3) Har monic s uppressio n techn ique req uiremen t If the ou tgoing [...]

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    38 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING 2.3.3 Inverter- generated noises and t h eir reduction techniques Some [...]

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    39 2 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING Noise Path Measures 1) 2) 3) When devices that handle low-level signa[...]

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    40 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING • Data line filter Noise e ntry ca n be prev ented b y providi ng a d[...]

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    41 2 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING 2.3.4 Leakage cur rents and countermeas ures Leakage current s flow t[...]

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    42 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING 2.3.5 Inverter- d riven 400V cla ss motor In the PWM typ e inv er te r [...]

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    43 2 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING 2.3.6 Peripheral devices (1) Selection of peripheral devices Check th[...]

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    44 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING (2) Selection of the rated sensitivity current for the earth (ground) l[...]

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    45 2 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING (3) Pow er -off and magnetic co ntactor (M C) On the inverter pr imar[...]

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    46 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING 2.3.7 Instructions for compli ance with U.S. and Canadian Electrical Co[...]

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    47 2 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING 2.3.8 Instructions for compli ance wit h the European Directives (The[...]

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    48 INST ALLA TION AND WIRING (2) Low V oltage Dire ctive 1) Our v iew of transistor ized in vert ers[...]

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    49 Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Chapter 3 CHAP TER 3 OPERA [...]

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    50 OPERA TION/CONTROL 3.1 Pre-Operation Informat ion 3.1.1 Devices and parts to be prepared for oper[...]

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    51 OPERA TION/CONTROL 3 • Start sign al.. ............. ............. ...... S witch, r elay , etc[...]

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    52 OPERA TION/CONTROL 3.1.2 Power on Befor e switchin g power on , check th e followi ng. Installati[...]

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    53 OPERA TION/CONTROL 3 3.2 Opera tion Panel With the operatio n panel (FR- DU04), yo u can set t he[...]

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    54 OPERA TION/CONTROL 3.2.2 Monitor display changed by pressing the key Note: Th e frequen cy setti [...]

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    55 OPERA TION/CONTROL 3 3.2.5 Parameter s etting method • A parame ter value may either be set by [...]

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    56 OPERA TION/CONTROL 3.2.6 Operation mode Note: If the opera tion mode canno t be ch anged, re fer [...]

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    57 OPERA TION/CONTROL 3 (2) Alarm hi story cl e ar Clears a ll alarm hi story . (3) Parame te r clea[...]

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    58 OPERA TION/CONTROL 3.2.8 Copy mo de By usin g the operatio n pan el (FR -DU04), the paramete r va[...]

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    59 OPERA TION/CONTROL 3 3.3 Opera tion 3.3.1 Pre-operation checks Before startin g operati on, ch ec[...]

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    60 OPERA TION/CONTROL 3.3.2 External operatio n mode (Operation using external input signals) (1) Op[...]

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    61 OPERA TION/CONTROL 3 3.3.3 PU operation mode (Operation using the operation panel (FR-DU04)) (1) [...]

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    62 OPERA TION/CONTROL 3.3.4 Combi ned operation m ode (Operation using the external input signals an[...]

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    63 Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Chapter 8 CHAP TER 4 P ARAM[...]

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    64 Palameter List P ARAMETERS 4.1 Parameter Li sts 4.1.1 Parameter l ists Func- tion Para mete r Num[...]

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    65 Palameter Lis t P ARAMETERS 4 Second f unctions 44 Second acceleration /deceleration time 0 to 36[...]

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    66 Palameter List P ARAMETERS Advanced mag netic flux vecto rc ontrol 80 Motor capac ity 0.4 to 55kW[...]

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    67 Palameter Lis t P ARAMETERS 4 Commercial power supply -inverter swit ch-over 135 Commercial po we[...]

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    68 Palameter List P ARAMETERS T erminal assi gnme nt functions 180 RL termi nal function select ion [...]

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    69 Palameter Lis t P ARAMETERS 4 Power failure s to p function 261 P ower f ailure stop selection 0,[...]

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    70 P ARAMETERS Note: 1. Indic ates the parameter setting s which a re ig nored when the advan ced ma[...]

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    71 P ARAMETERS 4 4.1.2 List of parameters cl assi fied by purpose of u se Set the par ameters accord[...]

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    72 P ARAMETERS 4.1.3 Parameters recommended to be set by the use r We recomm end the fol lowing par [...]

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    73 P ARAMETERS 4 4.2 Parameter Fu nction Details 4.2.1 T orque boost (Pr . 0, Pr . 46, Pr . 1 12 ) P[...]

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    74 P ARAMETERS 4.2.2 Output frequency range (Pr . 1, Pr . 2, Pr . 18) Pr . 1 "maxi mum frequenc[...]

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    75 P ARAMETERS 4 4 . 2 . 3 Base frequen cy , base frequency vo ltage (Pr . 3 , Pr . 19, Pr . 47 , Pr[...]

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    76 P ARAMETERS 4.2.4 Multi-speed operation (Pr . 4 to Pr . 6, Pr . 24 to Pr . 27, Pr . 232 to Pr . 2[...]

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    77 P ARAMETERS 4 4.2.5 Accelerati on /deceler ation tim e (Pr . 7, P r . 8 , Pr . 20 , Pr . 21, Pr .[...]

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    78 P ARAMETERS 4.2.6 Electronic over current protection (Pr . 9) Pr . 9 "electronic the rmal O/[...]

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    79 P ARAMETERS 4 4.2.7 DC injection br ake (Pr . 10 to Pr . 12) Pr . 10 "DC injection brake ope[...]

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    80 P ARAMETERS 4.2.8 Start ing frequency (Pr . 13 ) Pr . 13 "starting frequency" Y ou can [...]

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    81 P ARAMETERS 4 4.2.9 Load pattern selection (Pr . 14) Pr . 14 "load pattern selection" Y[...]

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    82 P ARAMETERS 4.2.10 Jog operation (Pr . 15, Pr . 16) Pr . 15 "jog frequency" Pr . 16 &qu[...]

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    83 P ARAMETERS 4 4.2.1 1 MRS input selection ( Pr . 17) Pr . 17 "MRS input selection" Used[...]

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    84 P ARAMETERS 4.2.12 Stall preventi on (Pr . 22, Pr . 23, Pr . 66, Pr . 148, Pr . 149, Pr . 154) Pr[...]

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    85 P ARAMETERS 4 <Setting> • In Pr . 22 , set the s tall prev ention opera tion level . Norm[...]

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    86 P ARAMETERS 4.2.14 Accelerati on/d eceleration pattern (Pr . 29, Pr . 140 to Pr . 143) Pr . 29 &q[...]

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    87 P ARAMETERS 4 4.2.15 Regenerative brake duty (Pr . 30, Pr . 70) Pr . 30 "regenera tive funct[...]

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    88 P ARAMETERS 4.2.16 Frequency jump (P r . 31 to Pr . 36) Pr . 31 "frequency jump 1A" Pr [...]

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    89 P ARAMETERS 4 4.2.17 Speed display (Pr . 37, Pr . 144) Pr . 37 "speed display " Pr . 14[...]

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    90 P ARAMETERS 4.2.18 Up-to-frequency sensiti vity (Pr . 41) Pr . 41 "up-to-frequency sensitivi[...]

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    91 P ARAMETERS 4 <Setting> Refer to the fig ure below and se t the corre sponding paramete rs:[...]

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    92 P ARAMETERS <Setting> • Set the s tall p revention o perat ion leve l in P r . 48 and P r[...]

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    93 P ARAMETERS 4 <Setting> Set Pr . 5 2 to Pr . 54 and Pr . 158 in accordanc e with the follow[...]

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    94 P ARAMETERS Note: 1. The monito ring of it ems marke d cannot b e select ed. 2. By setti ng "[...]

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    95 P ARAMETERS 4 4.2.22 Monitoring reference (Pr . 55, Pr . 56) Pr . 55 "frequency monitoring r[...]

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    96 P ARAMETERS 4.2.23 Automatic res tart after instantaneous power failure (Pr . 57, Pr . 58, Pr . 1[...]

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    97 P ARAMETERS 4 <Setting> Refer to the above figures and follo wing tab le, and s et the para[...]

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    98 P ARAMETERS 4.2.24 Remote setting fu nction selection (Pr . 59) Pr . 59 "remote setting func[...]

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    99 P ARAMETERS 4 Note: 1. The frequ ency ca n be v aried b y RH (ac celeration ) and RM (decele rati[...]

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    100 P ARAMETERS 4.2.25 Intelli ge n t mode selection (Pr . 60) Pr . 60 "intelligent mode select[...]

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    101 P ARAMETERS 4 Note: 1. When mo re accur ate control is re quired for your applicat ion, set the [...]

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    102 P ARAMETERS 4.2.26 Accelerati on/d eceleration reference current (Pr . 61 to Pr . 64) Pr . 61 &q[...]

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    103 P ARAMETERS 4 4.2.27 Retry function (Pr . 65, Pr . 67 to Pr . 69) Pr . 65 "retry selec tion[...]

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    104 P ARAMETERS • Use Pr . 6 7 to set the number o f retries at alarm occurrence . • Use Pr . 6 [...]

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    105 P ARAMETERS 4 4.2.28 Applied motor (Pr . 71) Pr . 71 "applied motor" Set the m otor us[...]

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    106 P ARAMETERS 4.2.29 PWM carrier f requency (Pr . 72 , Pr . 240) Pr . 72 "PWM frequency selec[...]

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    107 P ARAMETERS 4 4.2.30 V oltage input (Pr . 73) Pr . 73 "0-5V/0- 10V selection" Y ou can[...]

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    108 P ARAMETERS 4.2.31 Input filter tim e co nstant (Pr . 74) Pr . 74 "filter time constant&quo[...]

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    109 P ARAMETERS 4 How to make a res tart aft er a stop made by t he key from the PU during external [...]

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    11 0 P ARAMETERS 4.2.33 Alarm code output selection (Pr . 76) Pr . 76 "alarm code output select[...]

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    111 P ARAMETERS 4 4.2.34 Parameter writ e disa ble selection (Pr . 77) Pr . 77 "paramet er writ[...]

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    11 2 P ARAMETERS 4.2.35 Reverse rotati o n prevention selection (Pr . 78) Pr . 78 "revers e rot[...]

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    11 3 P ARAMETERS 4 4.2.36 Operation mode selecti on (Pr . 79) Pr . 79 "operation mode selection[...]

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    11 4 P ARAMETERS (2) Switch- over mode Y ou can s elect between PU op eration, external operatio n a[...]

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    11 5 P ARAMETERS 4 <Function/operation changed by switching on-off the X12 (MRS) signal> (4) O[...]

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    11 6 P ARAMETERS 4 .2 . 3 7 Motor capacity/number of motor poles/speed cont rol gain ( P r . 8 0, Pr[...]

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    11 7 P ARAMETERS 4 For ad justmen t of moto r speed fluctuati on due t o load va riation Pr . 89 can[...]

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    11 8 P ARAMETERS When you use the advanc ed magne tic flux ve ctor cont rol, you ca n perform the of[...]

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    11 9 P ARAMETERS 4 <Operating conditions> • The mot or is c onnected. • The mot or capac i[...]

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    120 P ARAMETERS  Param eter details (2) T uning execution • For PU operati on, press t he or ke[...]

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    121 P ARAMETERS 4 (3) Monitoring the offline tuning status When th e para meter uni t (FR-PU 04) is [...]

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    122 P ARAMETERS 5) Whe n tunin g was ende d foci bly . A forced end occurs wh en tuning is forced to[...]

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    123 P ARAMETERS 4  T o set the motor co nstant s without u sing the offline auto tuning dat a The[...]

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    124 P ARAMETERS z T o enter the Pr . 92 a nd Pr . 93 m otor con stants in [mH] <Operati ng proc e[...]

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    125 P ARAMETERS 4  Setting metho d of th e motor c onsta nts o f the SF -HR type hi gh effici enc[...]

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    126 P ARAMETERS Note: 1. Underlined p arame ter values are val ues cha nged from the factor y setti [...]

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    127 P ARAMETERS 4 4.2.39 Online auto tuning selection (Pr . 95) Pr . 95 "online auto tuning sel[...]

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    128 P ARAMETERS Note: 1. If any of the inverte r starting condi tions ar e not sat isfied, e .g. whe[...]

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    129 P ARAMETERS 4 4.2.40 V/F control frequency (voltage) (Pr . 100 to Pr . 109) Pr . 100 "V /F1[...]

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    130 P ARAMETERS (2) Set the desir ed frequ encies and vo ltages i n Pr . 100 to Pr . 109 . • The s[...]

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    131 P ARAMETERS 4 z For the data co des of the paramete rs, refe r to the d ata code l ist in the ap[...]

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    132 P ARAMETERS <Computer programming> (1) Communication protocol Data commu nicat ion between[...]

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    133 P ARAMETERS 4 2) Repl y data fr om inverter to comp uter dur ing data wr ite 3) Repl y data fr o[...]

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    134 P ARAMETERS 5) Waiting time Speci fy th e wai ti ng time b etween the re ce ipt of data at the i[...]

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    135 P ARAMETERS 4 7) Su m ch eck cod e The sum ch eck code is 2-digit ASC II (hexadec imal) repre se[...]

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    136 P ARAMETERS (5) Instructions for the program 1) When the data from the computer has an error , t[...]

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    137 P ARAMETERS 4 <Setting items and set data> After comp letion of parameter setting, set the[...]

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    138 P ARAMETERS No. Item Instru ction Code Description Number of Data Digits 3 R un command HF A 2 d[...]

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    139 P ARAMETERS 4 <Error code li st> The corr espondin g error code in the following li st is [...]

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    140 P ARAMETERS (6) Communication specifications for RS-485 com munication (*1) As set in the operat[...]

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    141 P ARAMETERS 4 4.2.42 PID contro l (Pr . 1 28 to Pr . 134) Pr . 128 "P ID action selec tion&[...]

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    142 P ARAMETERS (2) PID action overview 1) PI action A combinat ion of prop ortional control ac tion[...]

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    143 P ARAMETERS 4 4) Re verse ac ti on Increases the manipu lated varia ble (outpu t frequency ) if [...]

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    144 P ARAMETERS (4) I/O signals z T o s tart PID c ontrol, s witch on the X14 s ignal. W hen this s [...]

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    145 P ARAMETERS 4 (5) Parameter se tting (6) Adjustment procedure Parameter Number Setting Name Desc[...]

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    146 P ARAMETERS (7) Calibration example (A de tector o f 4mA at 0 ° C and 20mA at 5 0 ° C is used [...]

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    147 P ARAMETERS 4 <Set point input calibration> 1. Ap ply the i nput volt age of 0 % set po in[...]

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    148 P ARAMETERS 4.2.43 Commercial power supply-inve rter switch-over function (Pr . 135 to Pr . 139)[...]

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    149 P ARAMETERS 4 • Roles of the mag netic co ntactors (MC1 , MC2, M C3) <I/O signals > 1) W[...]

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    150 P ARAMETERS (Note) When the co mmercial powe r supply-i nverter switc h-over sequ ence function [...]

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    151 P ARAMETERS 4 (2) Parameter se tting Note: 1. Pr . 139 functi ons when P r . 135 set ting is o t[...]

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    152 P ARAMETERS (3) Operation procedure 1) Operati on pr oce dure for running Operat ion patter n 2)[...]

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    153 P ARAMETERS 4 4.2.44 Output current detection function (Pr . 150, Pr . 151) Pr . 150 " outp[...]

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    154 P ARAMETERS 4.2.45 Zero current detection (Pr . 152, Pr . 153) Pr . 152 "zero curr ent dete[...]

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    155 P ARAMETERS 4 4.2.46 RT signal activated condition selecti on (Pr . 155) Pr . 155 " RT sign[...]

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    156 P ARAMETERS <Sett i ng> Refer to the followi ng list and set the paramete rs: Pr . 156 Set[...]

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    157 P ARAMETERS 4 4.2.48 OL signal output timer (Pr . 1 57) Pr . 157 "OL signal waiting time&qu[...]

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    158 P ARAMETERS 4.2.49 User group selection (Pr . 160, Pr . 173 to Pr . 176) Pr . 160 "user gro[...]

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    159 P ARAMETERS 4 4.2.50 W att-hour meter clear/ actual operation hour meter clear (Pr . 170, Pr . 1[...]

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    160 P ARAMETERS <Setting> Refer to the followi ng list and set the paramete rs: *: When Pr . 5[...]

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    161 P ARAMETERS 4 Note: 1. One functio n can be as signed to two or mo re termi nals. In th is cas e[...]

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    162 P ARAMETERS 4.2.52 Output terminal function selection (Pr . 190 to Pr . 195) Pr . 190 "RUN [...]

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    163 P ARAMETERS 4 0 to 99 :Positiv e logic 100 to 199: Negativ e logic Setting Signal Name Fun ction[...]

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    164 P ARAMETERS 4.2.53 User initial value sett ing (Pr . 199) Pr . 199 "user's initial val[...]

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    165 P ARAMETERS 4 4.2.54 Programmed operatio n function (Pr . 200 to Pr . 231) Pr . 200 " progr[...]

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    166 P ARAMETERS <Setting> (1) Set the time unit fo r program med op eration in Pr . 20 0. Sele[...]

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    167 P ARAMETERS 4 <Setting procedure> (Example: Set point No. 1, forward rotation, 30Hz, 4 hou[...]

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    168 P ARAMETERS (6) Operat i on 1) Ordina ry operati on After c ompletio n of a ll prep arations a n[...]

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    169 P ARAMETERS 4 4.2.55 Cooling fan operation selection (Pr . 244) Pr . 244 "cooling fan opera[...]

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    170 P ARAMETERS 4.2.56 Stop selecti on (Pr . 250) Pr . 250 "stop selection" Used to s elec[...]

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    171 P ARAMETERS 4 4.2.57 Output phase fa ilure protection selec tion (Pr . 251) Pr . 251 "outpu[...]

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    172 P ARAMETERS 4 .2 . 5 9 Power failure-time decelera tion-to-st op functi on (Pr . 261 to Pr . 266[...]

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    173 P ARAMETERS 4 4 . 2 . 6 0 Stop-on -contact, load torqu e high-speed frequency selection (Pr . 27[...]

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    174 P ARAMETERS 4.2.61 High-speed freque ncy control (Pr . 27 1 to Pr . 274) Pr . 271 "high-spe[...]

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    175 P ARAMETERS 4 <Operation example> • When oper ation is performe d with X1 9 (load de tec[...]

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    176 P ARAMETERS z Set fre quency r eference t able fo r load to rque hig h-speed frequenc y contr ol[...]

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    177 P ARAMETERS 4 z Func tion lis t (The foll owing spe cificat ions appl y to the e xternal operati[...]

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    178 P ARAMETERS 4.2.62 Stop-on-contact control function (Pr . 275, Pr . 276) Pr . 275 "stop-on-[...]

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    179 P ARAMETERS 4 <Setting> 1) Sel ect adva nced magn etic f lux vector contro l and set "[...]

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    180 P ARAMETERS Frequenc ies set in st op-on -contact c ontrol ( Pr . 270 = 1 or 3) (In externa l op[...]

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    181 P ARAMETERS 4 4.2.63 Brake sequence function (Pr . 278 to Pr . 285) Pr . 278 "brake opening[...]

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    182 P ARAMETERS <Operation example> z At start: Wh en the s tart signal is in put to the in ve[...]

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    183 P ARAMETERS 4 <Setting> (1) Parameter se tting 1) Selec t adva nced magn etic flux v ector[...]

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    184 P ARAMETERS (3) Protective functions If any of the followin g errors occ ur in the brake sequ en[...]

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    185 P ARAMETERS 4 4.2.64 Droop control (Pr . 286, Pr . 287) Pr . 286 "droop gain" Pr . 287[...]

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    186 P ARAMETERS 4.2.65 Capacitor life al ar m (Pr . 503, Pr . 504) Pr . 503 "capa citor life ti[...]

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    187 P ARAMETERS 4 4.2.66 FM / AM terminal calibrat ion (Pr . 900, Pr . 901) Pr . 900 "FM term i[...]

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    188 P ARAMETERS <Operation procedure> • When oper ation panel (FR -DU04) i s used REMARKS Ca[...]

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    189 P ARAMETERS 4 4 . 2 . 6 7 Frequ enc y sett ing vo ltage (cur rent) b ias a nd ga in (Pr . 902 to[...]

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    190 P ARAMETERS Pr . 903 "fre quency setting v oltage gain" (Pr . 902, P r . 904, Pr . 905[...]

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    191 P ARAMETERS 4 2) Set "1 " (PU oper ation mo de) in P r . 79 "o peration mode sel [...]

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    192 P ARAMETERS (3) Read Pr . 903 and show t he current settin g of the gain fre quency . (Pr . 902,[...]

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    193 P ARAMETERS 4 • When no t adjus ting the g ain volt age → go to (5 ) - 1) • When adjusti n[...]

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    194 P ARAMETERS 4.2.68 PU buzzer control (Pr . 990) Pr . 990 " PU buzzer control" Y ou can[...]

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    195 Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Chapter 8 CHAP TER 5 PROTE[...]

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    196 PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS 5.1 Errors (Alarms) If any fa ult has oc curred i n the inv erter , the cor[...]

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    197 PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS 5 Operation P anel Indication E.OC 3 FR-PU04 OC During Dec Name Overcurr en[...]

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    198 PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS Note: 1. Resetting th e inverte r initia lizes the internal h eat inte grat[...]

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    199 PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS 5 Note: 3. This function is activated onl y when OH has been set to any of [...]

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    200 PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS Note: 4. The FR-A5NR ( relay ou tput/co mputer li nk) may be use d with ano[...]

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    201 PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS 5 Operation P anel Indication E.PUE FR-PU04 PU Le ave Out Name Parame ter u[...]

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    202 PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS Operation P anel Indication E. 6 FR-PU04 Fault 6 E. 7 Fault 7 Name CPU erro[...]

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    203 PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS 5 (2) Minor fault When the protecti ve funct ion is a ctivated , the out pu[...]

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    204 PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS Operation P anel Indication oL FR-PU04 oL Name Stall pr eventio n (over vol[...]

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    205 PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS 5 5.1.2 T o know the operating s tatus at the occurrence of an alarm When a[...]

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    206 PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS 5.1.4 Alarm code output By settin g Pr . 76 "al arm co de outp ut sele[...]

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    207 PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS 5 5.2 T roubleshoot i ng POINT : Ch eck th e cor respond ing ar eas. If the[...]

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    208 PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS 5.2.6 Speed does not increase Check th at the maxi mum freq uency (Pr . 1) [...]

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    209 Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Chapter 8 CHAP TER 6 PRECA[...]

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    210 PRECAU TIONS FOR MAIN TENANC E AND I NSPECTI ON 6.1 Precau tions for main tenance and i nspectio[...]

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    21 1 PRECAU TIONS FOR MAIN TENANC E AND I NSPECTI ON 6 6.1.4 Insulation resi stance test usi n g meg[...]

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    212 PRECAU TIONS FOR MAIN TENANC E AND I NSPECTI ON Note: V alues i n parrenthes es indi cate thos e[...]

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    213 PRECAU TIONS FOR MAIN TENANC E AND I NSPECTI ON 6 z z z z Checking the inv erter and converter m[...]

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    214 PRECAU TIONS FOR MAIN TENANC E AND I NSPECTI ON 6.1.7 Replacement of parts The in verter consis [...]

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    215 PRECAU TIONS FOR MAIN TENANC E AND I NSPECTI ON 6 (2) Smoothing ca pacitors A lar ge-cap acity a[...]

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    216 PRECAU TIONS FOR MAIN TENANC E AND I NSPECTI ON 6.1.9 Measureme nt of main circuit volta g es, c[...]

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    217 PRECAU TIONS FOR MAIN TENANC E AND I NSPECTI ON 6 Measuring Points and Instruments Note: 1. A te[...]

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    MEMO 218[...]

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    219 Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Chapter 8 CHAP TER 7 SPECI[...]

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    220 SPECIFICA TIONS 7.1 Standard Speci fications 7.1.1 Model specifications ! ! ! ! 200V class T ype[...]

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    221 SPECIFICA TIONS 7 ! ! ! ! 400V class T yp e FR-A540 - "" K 0.4 0. 75 1 .5 2.2 3.7 5.5 [...]

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    222 SPECIFICA TIONS 7.1.2 Common specificat ions Control specifications Control system Selectable be[...]

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    223 SPECIFICA TIONS 7 Protective/alarm funct ions Overcurrent shut-off (during acceleration, deceler[...]

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    224 SPECIFICA TIONS 7.1.3 Outlin e dimension d rawings z z z z FR-A520-0.4K, 0.75K z z z z FR-A520-1[...]

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    225 SPECIFICA TIONS 7 z z z z FR-A520-5.5K, 7.5K, 1 1K z z z z FR-A540-5.5K, 7.5K z z z z FR-A520-15[...]

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    226 SPECIFICA TIONS z z z z FR-A520-30K, 37K, 45K, 55K z z z z FR-A540-30K, 37K, 45K, 55K z z z z 20[...]

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    227 SPECIFICA TIONS 7 z z z z Operation pa nel (FR-DU04) z z z z Parame ter u nit ( FR-P U 04) <O[...]

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    MEMO 228[...]

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    229 Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Chapter 8 CHAP TER 8 OP TI[...]

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    230 OP T IONS 8.1 Op tio n Lis t 8.1.1 Stand -alone optio ns Name T ype Applicatio n, Specifications[...]

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    231 OP T IONS 8 Manual controller FR-A X (Not e 4) For independent operation. With frequency meter ,[...]

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    232 OP T IONS 8.1.2 Plug-i n dedicated op tions z z z z Plug-in options Note: 1. Three plug -in opti[...]

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    233 OP T IONS 8 <When used with the FR-A5AP option> (1) Addition of Pr . 285 "excessive s[...]

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    234 OP T IONS <When used with communication options > About the setting values "10 and 12[...]

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    235 OP T IONS 8 <When used with communication options > Operation at a communication error occ[...]

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    236 OP T IONS 3) Pr . 5 02 "comm unicati on error- time stop mode sel ectio n" Y ou can se[...]

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    237 OP T IONS 8 (2) Alarm and measures 1) The i nverter op erates as follows at alarm occurre nces 2[...]

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    238 OP T IONS <When used with the FR-A5ND (DeviceNet) option> The me thods of setting Device N[...]

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    239 APPENDIX This chapter provides t he "app endix" for use of this product. Always read t[...]

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    240 APPENDIX Appendix1 Data Cod e List Function P aram eter Number Name Data Codes Read Write Link P[...]

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    241 APPENDIX Additional function 59 Rem ote setting function selection 3B BB 0 Operation selection f[...]

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    242 APPENDIX Communication functions 1 17 Station number 1 1 91 1 1 18 Communication speed 12 92 1 1[...]

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    243 APPENDIX T erminal assignment functions 180 RL terminal function s election 14 94 2 181 RM termi[...]

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    244 APPENDIX Additional function 251 Output phase failure protection selection 3B BB 2 252 Override [...]

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    245 APPENDIX Computer link function 330 RA output selection 1E 9E 3 331 Communication station number[...]

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    246 APPENDIX Capacitor life 503 Capacitor life timer 03 83 6 504 Capacitor life alarm output setting[...]

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    MEMO[...]

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    REVISONS * The manual number i s given on th e bottom left of the back c over . For Maximum Safety ?[...]