Mitsubishi Electronics FR-A500L manual

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    - INSTRUCTION MANUAL - FR-A540L-375K ~ 800K-NA HIGH PERFORMANCE HIGH-FUNCTIONS LARGE CAPACITY INVERT[...]

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    A - 1 Thank you for choosing this Mitsubishi Large Capaci ty Inv erter. This instr uction manual g i[...]

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    A - 2 SA FETY INSTRUCTIONS 1. Electric Shock Prevention WA RNING z W hile pow er is on or when th[...]

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    A - 3 4. A dditional i nstructions Also note the following points to prevent an ac cidental failur e[...]

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    A - 4 (4) Operation CA UTION z W hen y ou have chosen the retry function, s tay away from the equ[...]

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    CONTENTS 1 OUTL INE ................................................................................[...]

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    1 CHAPTER 1 OUTLINE This chapter giv es information on the basic "outline" of this product[...]

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    1.1 Pre-Operation Information OUTL IN E 1 1.1.1 Precautions for operation Incorrec t handling m ight[...]

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    1.2 Basic Configuration OUTLIN E 2 1.2.1 Basic configuration The following devices are required to o[...]

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    2 CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION AND WIRING This chapter giv es information on the basic "installation [...]

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    2.1 Installation INSTALLATION A ND WIRING 3 2.1.1 Instr uctions for i nstallation 1) Handle the unit[...]

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    INSTALLATION A ND WIRING 4 3) Note on am bient temper atures FR-A540L-530 ∼ 800K 40 ° C at 5cm (1[...]

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    2.2 Wiring INSTALLATION A ND WIRING 5 2.2.1 Terminal connection diagram Control circuit input termin[...]

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    INSTALLATION A ND WIRING 6 ( 1 ) Description of main circuit terminals Ty pe Symbol Terminal Name De[...]

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    INSTALLATION A ND WIRING 7 Ty pe Sy mbol Terminal Name Description 10E 10VDC, perm iss ible load cur[...]

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    INSTALLATION A ND WIRING 8 2.2.2 Wiring of the main circuit ( 1 ) Wiring instructions 1) Power m ust[...]

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    INSTALLATION A ND WIRING 9 ( 2 ) Terminal block lay out In the main c ircuit of the inverter, the te[...]

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    INSTALLATION A ND WIRING 10 FR-A540L-375K, 450K P0 W V U 108 96 96 96 104 P1 N P TSR P0 W V U P1 N P[...]

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    INSTALLATION A ND WIRING 11 ( 3 ) Connection of the power supply and motor Ground Ground Ground term[...]

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    INSTALLATION A ND WIRING 12 2.2.3 Wi ring of the control circuit ( 1 ) Wiring instructions 1) Term i[...]

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    INSTALLATION A ND WIRING 13 ( 3 ) Changing the control logic The input s ignals are set to sink logi[...]

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    INSTALLATION A ND WIRING 14 4) Sink logic type • In this logic, a signal switches on when a curren[...]

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    INSTALLATION A ND WIRING 15 5) Source logic ty pe • In this logic, a signal switches on when a cur[...]

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    INSTALLATION A ND WIRING 16 2.2.4 Connection to the PU connector ( 1 ) When connecting the operation[...]

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    INSTALLATION A ND WIRING 17 2.2.5 Design information 1) For com m erc ial power supply -inverter swi[...]

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    3 CHAPTER 3 OPERATION This chapter provides the basic "operation" information for use of t[...]

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    4 CHAPTER 4 PARAMETERS This chapter explains the "parameters" of this product. Alway s rea[...]

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    4.1 Parameter List PARAMETERS 18 PARA METER F unc- tion Parameter Number Name Setti ng Range Minimu [...]

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    PARAMETERS 19 F unc- tion Parameter Number Name Setti ng Range Minimu m Settin g Increments Factor y[...]

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    PARAMETERS 20 F unc- tion Parameter Number Name Setti ng Range Minimu m Settin g Increments Factor y[...]

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    PARAMETERS 21 Func- tion Parameter Number Name Set ting Range Minimu m Settin g Increments Factor y [...]

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    PARAMETERS 22 Func- tion Parameter Number Name Set ting Range Minimu m Settin g Increments Factor y [...]

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    PARAMETERS 23 Func- tion Parameter Number Name Setti ng Range Minimu m Settin g Increments Factor y [...]

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    5 CHAPTER 5 PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS This chapter ex plains the "protectiv e functions" of thi[...]

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    5.1 Errors (Alarms) PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS 24 If any fault has occurr ed in the inverter, the correspo[...]

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    PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS 25 Operation Panel Display (FR-DU04) Parame ter Unit (FR-PU04) Name Descripti o[...]

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    PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS 26 Operation Panel Display (FR-DU04) Parame ter Unit (FR-PU04) Name Descripti o[...]

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    PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS 27 Main circuit error [E,15] details A500 CHARGE ALARM Left LED Right LED There[...]

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    PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS 28 ● ● ● ● To know the operating status at the occurrence of alarm W he[...]

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    PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS 29 5.1.3 Alarm code output By setting Pr. 76 "alarm c ode output selection[...]

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    5.2 Troubleshooting PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS 30 If any function of the inverter is los t due to occ urre[...]

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    PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS 31 Operation Panel Display Check P oint Remedy Brake unit cooling f in overheat[...]

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    PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS 32 5.2.2 Faults and check points POINT : Check the corres ponding areas. If the[...]

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    PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS 33 ( 5 ) Motor current is large. ∙ Check that the load is not too heavy . ∙[...]

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    5.3 Precautions for Maintenance and Inspection PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS 34 The transistor ized inverter [...]

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    PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS 35 5.3.4 Insulation resistance test using megger 1) Before perf orm ing the ins[...]

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    PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS 36 Daily and Periodic Inspectio n Interval Periodic A rea of Inspec- tion Inspe[...]

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    PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS 37 z z z z Checking the inv erter and conv erter modules <Prepar[...]

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    PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS 38 5.3.6 Replacement of parts The invert er consis ts of m any electronic parts[...]

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    PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS 39 5.3.7 Measurement of main circuit voltages, currents and pow er ● ● ● [...]

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    PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS 40 Measuring Points and Instruments Item Measuring P oint M easuring Instrument[...]

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    6 CHAPTER 6 SPECIFICATIONS This chapter provides the "specifications" of this product. Alw[...]

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    6.1 Standard specification SPECIFICATION S 41 6.1.1 Model specifications (Note 8) (Note 8) Model FR-[...]

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    SPECIFICATION S 42 6.1.2 Common specifications Control sys tem Soft-P W M control/ high carrier f re[...]

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    SPECIFICATION S 43 Operating status Select ion can be m ade from output frequenc y, m otor current ([...]

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    SPECIFICATION S 44 6.1.3 Outline draw ings z z z z FR-A 540L-450K, 375K z z z z[...]

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    SPECIFICATION S 45 z z z z FR-A 540L-540K ∼ ∼ ∼ ∼ 800K DC reactor is internally [...]

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    SPECIFICATION S 46 Panel cut diagram Panel cut diagram Parameter unit(option) FR-PU04 Operation pane[...]

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    7 APPENDICES This chapter provides the "appendices" for use of this product. Alway s read [...]

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    A ppendix 3 APPENDICES 47 A ppendix 3 Installation procedure for cooling fan ( FR-A 540L-530K ∼ ?[...]

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    APPENDICES 48 2. Wiring betw een cooling fan and terminals is as follow s; 2 1 E K G R W 4 EF-40E T [...]

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    A ppendix 4 APPENDICES 49 A ppendix 4 Installation procedure for brake unit ( option) (FR -A 540L-53[...]

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    A ppendix 5 APPENDICES 50 A ppendix 5 Shipment case example Packing slip FRONT MEAU Chicago PO Made [...]