Mitsubishi Electronics FR-C500 manual

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    TRANSISTORIZED INVERTER FR - C 500 INSTRUCTION MANUA L INST ALLA TION AND WIRING Cha p t e r 1 OPERA[...]

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    A-1 This instruction m anual gives handling information and prec autions for use of this product. Pl[...]

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    A-2 3. Injury Prevention 4. Additional instructio ns Also note the f ollowing points to pr event an [...]

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    A-3 (4) Operation (5) Emergency stop (6) Maintenance, inspection and parts replacement (7) Disposing[...]

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    I CONTENTS 1. INSTALLATION AND WIRING 1 1.1 Bas i c Config u r ation ........ .. .. .... ... .. ....[...]

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    II CONTENTS 1.10.7 Power harmo nic suppressi on guideline...... ...................... .............[...]

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    III 3.4.1 Monitor dis play (Pr. 52) ................... ...... ................ ...... ...... ..... [...]

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    IV CONTENTS 4.6.1 Input (X) assignmen t ....................... ..... ...... ..... ...... ..........[...]

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    V 6.1.4 Resetting the inverter ...................... ................. ...................... .....[...]

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    1 Chapter 7 Chapter 6 Chapter 5 Chapter 4 Chapter 3 Chapter 2 Chapter 1 1. INST ALLA TION AND WIRING[...]

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    2 Basic Confi gur a t i on 1.1 Basic Configuratio n Power supply Use within the permissible power su[...]

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    3 Precautions for Use 1 INSTALLATION AND WIRING 1.2 Precaut ions for Use The "harmonic suppress[...]

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    4 Installation of the Inverter ! Install the inverter under the following conditions : ! The inverte[...]

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    5 T erminal C onnection Diagram 1 INSTALLATION AND WIRING 1.4 T erminal Connection Diagram ! Three-p[...]

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    6 Wir ing of th e Power Su pply and Motor 1.5 Wiring of the Power Supply and Motor 1.5.1 Description[...]

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    7 Earthing (G rounding) Precautions 1 INSTALLATION AND WIRING ! Wiring length 100m maximum 1.6 Earth[...]

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    8 Control Circu it 1.7 Contro l Cir cu it 1.7.1 Des cription of the contr ol circuit terminals Symbo[...]

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    9 Control Circuit 1 INSTALLATION AND WIRING *1. D o not conne ct te rm ina ls SD and P C eac h other[...]

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    10 Control Circu it 1.7.2 Layout and wiring of the control circuit terminals *Inform at i on on bar [...]

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    11 Control Circuit 1 INSTALLATION AND WIRING 1.7.3 Layout and wiring of the CC-Link terminals The te[...]

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    12 Control Circu it 1.7.4 Changing the control logic 1) Sink logic type • In this logic, a signal [...]

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    13 Control Circuit 1 INSTALLATION AND WIRING 2) Source logic type • In this logic, a signal switch[...]

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    14 Control Circu it 1.7.5 RS-485 Connector 1.7.6 Connect ion of the param eter unit (FR-PU04 ) Use t[...]

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    15 Inpu t Terminal s 1 INSTALLATION AND WIRING 1.8 Input T erminals 1.8.1 Run (start) and stop (STF [...]

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    16 Input T erminals *1: Also stopped by the key . Refer to page 71. Start/Stop Timing Chart Forward-[...]

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    17 Inpu t Terminal s 1 INSTALLATION AND WIRING 1.8.2 External frequency selection (RH, RM, RL) Multi[...]

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    18 Input T erminals 1.8.3 Control circuit common terminals (SD, SE ) T erminals SD and SE are both c[...]

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    19 Ho w to Us e the I npu t S ignals ( Ass i g ned Terminals RL, RM , RH, STR, SQ) 1 INSTALLATION AN[...]

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    20 Ho w to Use the Input Signals ( Ass i g ned Terminals RL, RM, R H, STR, SQ) 1.9. 4 Reset signa l:[...]

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    21 1 INSTALLATION AND WIRING Ho w to Us e the I npu t S ignals ( Ass i g ned Terminals RL, RM , RH, [...]

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    22 Peripheral Devices 1.10 Periphera l Devices 1.10.1 Peripheral devic e list ! FR-C520-0.1K to 3.7K[...]

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    23 Peripheral Devices 1 INSTALLATION AND WIRING ! Countermeasures • If the carrier frequency setti[...]

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    24 Peripheral Devices (3) S electin g the rate d sensitivit y curren t for th e earth (ground) le ak[...]

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    25 Peripheral Devices 1 INSTALLATION AND WIRING * Not e th e leak age cur rent value of the noise fi[...]

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    26 Peripheral Devices 1.10.3 Power-off and magnetic contactor (M C) (1) Inverter's primary side[...]

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    27 Peripheral Devices 1 INSTALLATION AND WIRING 1.10.4 Regarding the installation of the power facto[...]

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    28 Peripheral Devices 1.10.5 Regarding noises and the installation of the noise filter Some noises e[...]

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    29 Peripheral Devices 1 INSTALLATION AND WIRING 1.10.6 Power harmonics The inverter may generate pow[...]

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    30 Peripheral Devices 1.10.7 Power harmonic suppression guideline Harmonic currents flow from the in[...]

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    31 Peripheral Devices 1 INSTALLATION AND WIRING 1) Calculation of equivalent capacity P0 of harmonic[...]

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    32 Peripheral Devices 3) Harmonic suppression technique requirement If the outgoing harmonic current[...]

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    33 Conn ecti on o f Sta nd- Alone Opt ion U nits 1 INSTALLATION AND WIRING 1.1 1 Connection of Stand[...]

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    34 Conn ecti on of Sta nd-A lone Opt ion Un its 1.1 1.3 Connection of the power regeneration common [...]

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    35 Wir i ng of t he I nvert er a nd Per sonal Com put er U si ng GX Deve lo per fo r RS- 48 5 Comm u[...]

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    36 Wiring for CC -Link Comm unication 1.13 Wiring for CC-Link Communi cati on (1) Wiring method Wiri[...]

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    37 Wiring for CC-Link Co mmunication 1 INSTALLATION AND WIRING (3) Wiring method 1) Use CC-Link dedi[...]

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    38 Wir i ng of the In ver te r and Comput er Using RS-485 com m unicati on 1.14 Wiring of the Invert[...]

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    39 W i ring of t he Inverter and Com p uter Using RS-485 com m un i cation 1 INSTALLATION AND WIRING[...]

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    40 Design Information 1.15 Design Information 1) Provide electrical and mechanical interlocks for MC[...]

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    41 Chapter 7 Chapter 6 Chapter 5 Chapter 4 Chapter 3 Chapter 2 Chapter 1 2. OPERA TION AND CONTROL T[...]

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    42 Par t s I dent if ica ti on and Fun cti ons of t he Oper at io n Pane l 2.1 Parts I dentification[...]

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    43 Mo nitor Transi tion 2 OPERATION AND CO NTROL 2.3 Monitor T ransition 2.4 Monitori ng th e Output[...]

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    44 LED On/O ff Operat ions 2.6 LED On/O ff Op erations LED Desc ription RUN On: Duri ng f or w ar d [...]

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    45 LED On/Of f Opera tions 2 OPERATION AND CO NTROL 2.6.1 How to check t he LED lam ps for CC -Li nk[...]

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    46 LED On/O ff Operat ions (2) When two or more inverters are connected The following table indic at[...]

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    47 LED On/Of f Opera tions 2 OPERATION AND CO NTROL (3) When communication stops during operation ?[...]

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    48 MEMO[...]

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    49 Chapter 7 Chapter 6 Chapter 5 Chapter 4 Chapter 3 Chapter 2 Chapter 1 3. INVERTER FUNCTIONS This [...]

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    50 Function (Parame ter) List Parameter L ist 3.1 Function (Param eter) List Func tion Para- meter N[...]

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    51 Function (Param eter) List Parameter L ist 3 INVERTER FUNCTIONS I/O termina l function select ion[...]

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    52 Function (Parame ter) List Parameter L ist Operation selection 77* Parameter write disa ble se le[...]

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    53 Function (Param eter) List Parameter L ist 3 INVERTER FUNCTIONS Comput er li nk 338 Operation c o[...]

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    54 Function (Parame ter) List Parameter L ist Sequence 531 Forced I/O setting L 0 to 255, 9999 1 9 9[...]

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    55 List of Parameters Classi fi ed by Pu rpose of Use 3 INVERTER FUNCTIONS 3.2 List of Parameters Cl[...]

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    56 Basic Func t ions 3.3 Basic Fu nctions 3.3.1 T orque boost (Pr . 0) <Setting > • Assuming[...]

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    57 Basic Functions 3 INVERTER FUNCTIONS 3.3.2 Maximum and minimum frequencies (Pr . 1, Pr . 2) <S[...]

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    58 Basic Func t ions 3.3.3 Base frequency (Pr . 3) <Setting > • In Pr . 3, set the base freq[...]

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    59 Basic Functions 3 INVERTER FUNCTIONS 3.3.4 Multi-speed operation (Pr . 4, Pr . 5, Pr . 6) <Set[...]

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    60 Basic Func t ions 3.3. 5 Acceleration/de celeration time (Pr . 7, Pr . 8) <Setting > • Us[...]

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    61 Basic Functions 3 INVERTER FUNCTIONS 3.3.6 Electronic thermal O/L rela y (Pr . 9) *0.1K to 0.75K [...]

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    62 Basic Func t ions (When Pr . 1 1 is set to "0s" or Pr. 12 is set to "0% ", DC[...]

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    63 Basic Functions 3 INVERTER FUNCTIONS 3.3.9 key rotation direction selection (Pr . 17) 3.3.10 Stal[...]

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    64 Basic Func t ions 8 ## # !# 17 ! ### ! 18 #! # #! 25 !# # ! ! 19 !! # # ! 26 #! # ! ! 20 ## ! # ![...]

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    65 Basic Functions 3 INVERTER FUNCTIONS Stall prevention (Pr . 22) <Setting> • Generally , s[...]

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    66 Basic Func t ions 3. 3 .1 1 Start-time earth (ground) fault detection selection (Pr . 40) Y ou ca[...]

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    67 Operation Panel Display Selection 3 INVERTER FUNCTIONS 3.4 Operation Pa n el Display Sele ction 3[...]

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    68 I/O T erminal Funct ion Select ion 3.5 I/O T ermin al Func tion S election 3.5.1 Input terminal f[...]

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    69 I/O T erminal Funct ion Select ion 3 INVERTER FUNCTIONS 3.5.2 Output terminal function selection [...]

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    70 Operat ion Selection Function Pa rameters 3.6 Operation Selection Functio n Parameters 3.6.1 Appl[...]

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    71 Operatio n Selecti on Function Para meters 3 INVERTER FUNCTIONS 3.6.3 Reset selection/PU stop sel[...]

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    72 Operat ion Selection Function Pa rameters (2) How to make a restart wh en a stop is made by the k[...]

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    73 Operatio n Selecti on Function Para meters 3 INVERTER FUNCTIONS 3.6.4 Cooling fan operation selec[...]

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    74 Operat ion Selection Function Pa rameters 3.6.5 Parameter writ e disable select ion (Pr . 77) <[...]

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    75 Operatio n Selecti on Function Para meters 3 INVERTER FUNCTIONS 3.6.6 Operation mode and command [...]

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    76 Operat ion Selection Function Pa rameters (1) Operation using the PLC funct i on The "P .RUN[...]

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    77 Operatio n Selecti on Function Para meters 3 INVERTER FUNCTIONS Relationships between Pr . 79 and[...]

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    78 Operat ion Selection Function Pa rameters ! ! ! ! Setting of running frequency and star t command[...]

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    79 Computer Lin k Operation Set ting 3 INVERTER FUNCTIONS 3.7 Computer Link Oper ation Setting 3.7.1[...]

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    80 Computer Link Operation Setting <Setting > T o make communication between the personal comp[...]

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    81 Computer Lin k Operation Set ting 3 INVERTER FUNCTIONS <Computer programming> (1) Communica[...]

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    82 Computer Link Operation Setting (3) Data fo rmat Data used is hexadecimal . Data is automatically[...]

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    83 Computer Lin k Operation Set ting 3 INVERTER FUNCTIONS (4) Data definitions 1) Control codes 2) I[...]

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    84 Computer Link Operation Setting 6) Response time 7) Sum chck code The sum check code is 2-digit A[...]

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    85 Computer Lin k Operation Set ting 3 INVERTER FUNCTIONS 8) Error code If any error is found in the[...]

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    86 Computer Link Operation Setting 10 OPEN "COM1:9600,E,8,2,HD" AS #1 20 C OMST1 ,1,1:C OM[...]

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    87 Computer Lin k Operation Set ting 3 INVERTER FUNCTIONS <Setting items and set da ta> After [...]

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    88 Computer Link Operation Setting 2 Monitor ing Output freq uency [spee d] H6F H0000 to HFFFF: Outp[...]

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    89 Computer Lin k Operation Set ting 3 INVERTER FUNCTIONS 5 Set freque ncy read (E 2 PROM) H6E R ead[...]

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    90 Computer Link Operation Setting <Error Cod e List> The corresponding error code in the foll[...]

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    91 Computer Lin k Operation Set ting 3 INVERTER FUNCTIONS (6) O peration at alarm occu rrence *3 Ca [...]

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    92 Computer Link Operation Setting 3.7.2 E 2 PROM write selection (Pr . 342) *Whe n res et is p erfo[...]

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    93 Parameter Unit (FR-PU04 ) Setting 3 INVERTER FUNCTIONS 3.8 Parameter Unit (FR-PU04) Setti ng 3.8.[...]

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    94 Parameter Unit (FR-P U04) Setting 3.8.3 PU contrast adj u s tment (Pr . 991) 3.8.4 PU main displa[...]

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    95 Parameter Unit (FR-PU04 ) Setting 3 INVERTER FUNCTIONS 3.8.5 PU disconnection detection/PU settin[...]

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    96 MEMO[...]

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    97 Chapter 7 Chapter 6 Chapter 5 Chapter 4 Chapter 3 Chapter 2 Chapter 1 4. PLC FUNCTION This chapte[...]

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    98 System Conf ig uration 4.1 System Configura tion The following shows the system configuration for[...]

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    99 Prior to Sequence Program Creation 4 PLC FUNCTION 4.2 Prior to Sequence Pr ogram Creation 4.2.1 P[...]

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    100 Prior to Sequence Program Creation 4.2.3 Sequence program execution key The sequence program exe[...]

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    101 Prior to Sequence Program Creation 4 PLC FUNCTION 4.2.4 Sequence program write When rewriting th[...]

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    102 Function Block Diagram 4.3 Function B lock Diagram How I/O data are tr ansferred to/from the inv[...]

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    103 Function Block Diagram 4 PLC FUNCTION 4.3.1 Setting list of built-in PLC function parameter The [...]

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    104 PLC Instructions 4.4 PLC Instructio ns 4.4.1 How to use the inst ruction list 1) ....... Classif[...]

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    105 PLC Instructions 4 PLC FUNCTION 4)....... Indicates the operation. 5)....... Indicates the condi[...]

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    106 PLC Instructions 4.4.2 PLC instruction lis t Classificat ion Instru ctio n Symbol S ymbol Proces[...]

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    107 PLC Instructions 4 PLC FUNCTION Mast er control Master c ont r ol st art 5 Master control re set[...]

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    108 PLC Instructions 16-bit dat a comparison Continui ty w hen (S1) ≥ (S2) Non- conti n uity w he [...]

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    109 Device Map 4 Device Map PLC FUNCTION 4.5 Device Map 4.5.1 I/O device map Device No. Name Remarks[...]

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    11 0 Device Map Device Map 4.5.2 Internal relay (M) device map 4.5. 3 Dat a regis ter (D) devi ce ma[...]

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    111 Device Map 4 Device Map PLC FUNCTION D53 3 Base fre que ncy 58 D54 4 Mult i-sp eed settin g ( hi[...]

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    11 2 Device Map Device Map 4.5.4 Special rela ys The special relays are i nternal relays with specia[...]

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    11 3 Device Map 4 Device Map PLC FUNCTION Spec ial regist ers D9018 Sc an time (10 m s un its) Store[...]

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    11 4 Inputs/ Outputs 4.6 Inputs/Outputs There are 48 input (X) and 48 output (Y) points. Refer to pa[...]

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    11 5 Inputs/Ou tputs 4 PLC FUNCTION External: External input terminal valid. Internal memory: Extern[...]

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    11 6 Inputs/ Outputs 4.6.2 Output (Y) assignment Outputs are 48 points from Y0 to Y2F . Y0 to Y1 are[...]

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    11 7 I nver ter Stat us Moni tor i ng, Speci al Regi st ers fo r Cont ro l 4 PLC FUNCTION 4.7 I n ve[...]

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    11 8 I n verter Status M onit o ri ng, Spec i a l R egister s for Cont r ol <Alarm definition rea[...]

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    11 9 I nver ter Stat us Moni tor i ng, Speci al Regi st ers fo r Cont ro l 4 PLC FUNCTION 4.7.2 Data[...]

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    120 I n verter Status M onit o ri ng, Spec i a l R egister s for Cont r ol (2) S et frequenc y (RAM)[...]

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    121 I nver ter Stat us Moni tor i ng, Speci al Regi st ers fo r Cont ro l 4 PLC FUNCTION 4 . 7 . 3 H[...]

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    122 I n verter Status M onit o ri ng, Spec i a l R egister s for Cont r ol (1) O peration mode setti[...]

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    123 I nver ter Stat us Moni tor i ng, Speci al Regi st ers fo r Cont ro l 4 PLC FUNCTION (2) S et fr[...]

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    124 I n verter Status M onit o ri ng, Spec i a l R egister s for Cont r ol (3) Set frequency (E 2 PR[...]

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    125 I nver ter Stat us Moni tor i ng, Speci al Regi st ers fo r Cont ro l 4 PLC FUNCTION (4) Alarm d[...]

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    126 I n verter Status M onit o ri ng, Spec i a l R egister s for Cont r ol <All parameter clear p[...]

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    127 I nver ter Stat us Moni tor i ng, Speci al Regi st ers fo r Cont ro l 4 PLC FUNCTION (2) I nvert[...]

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    128 I n verter Status M onit o ri ng, Spec i a l R egister s for Cont r ol 4.7.5 Inverte r parame te[...]

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    129 Inverter Parameter Read /Wri te Method 4 PLC FUNCTION 4.8 Inverter Parameter Read/W rite Method [...]

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    130 Inverter Parameter Read/Write Method 4.8.1 Reading the inv erter parameters When the inverter pa[...]

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    131 Inverter Parameter Read /Wri te Method 4 PLC FUNCTION <Inverter parameter read (RAM) program [...]

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    132 Inverter Parameter Read/Write Method 4.8.2 W ri ting the inverter parameters When data are store[...]

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    133 Inverter Parameter Read /Wri te Method 4 PLC FUNCTION Inverter para meter data write timing char[...]

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    134 Inverter Parameter Read/Write Method <Inverter parameter write (RAM) prog ram example> The[...]

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    135 User Area Read/Write Method 4 PLC FUNCTION 4.9 User Area Read/W rite Method Inverter parameters [...]

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    136 Debuggi ng Mo de Specificat ion s 4.10 Debugg ing Mode Specification s Y ou can forcibly turn on[...]

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    137 Register Display 4 PLC FUNCTION 4.1 1 Register Display The states of the I/O terminals (includin[...]

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    138 Inverter Operation Lock Mode Setting 4.12 Inverter Operati on Lock Mode Setting Y ou can disable[...]

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    139 Chapter 7 Chapter 6 Chapter 5 Chapter 4 Chapter 3 Chapter 2 Chapter 1 5. CC-Link COMMUNICA TION [...]

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    140 System Conf ig uration 5.1 System Configura tion 5.1.1 System configuration example (1) PLC side[...]

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    141 System Conf ig uration 5 CC-Link COM MUNICATION 5.1.3 Function block diagram How I/O data are tr[...]

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    142 System Conf ig uration POINT The following diagrams show diff erences in CC-Link com munication [...]

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    143 CC-Link Parameters 5 CC-Link COM MUNICATION 5.2 CC-Link Parameters 5.2.1 Setting of station numb[...]

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    144 CC-Link Parameters 5.2.3 O peration at CC-Link communication error occurrence (1) Inverter fault[...]

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    145 CC-Link I /O Specif ications 5 CC-Link COM MUNICATION 5.3 CC-Link I/O Specificati ons The device[...]

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    146 CC-Link I /O Specif ications <I/O word data> • Remote registers (master station → inve[...]

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    147 CC-Link I /O Specif ications 5 CC-Link COM MUNICATION ! Example of reading/writi ng parameter va[...]

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    148 Buffer Memory 5.4 Buffer Memory 5.4.1 Remote output signals (Master module to inverter) • Inpu[...]

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    149 Buffer Memory 5 CC-Link COM MUNICATION 5.4.2 Remote input signals (Inverter to master module) ?[...]

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    150 Buffer Memory 5.4.3 Remote regi sters (Master module to i nverte r) • Data to be sent to the r[...]

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    151 Buffer Memory 5 CC-Link COM MUNICATION 5.4.4 Remote registers (Inverter to master module) • Da[...]

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    152 MEMO[...]

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    153 Chapter 7 Chapter 6 Chapter 5 Chapter 4 Chapter 3 Chapter 2 Chapter 1 6. PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS Th[...]

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    154 Errors (Alarms) 6.1 Errors (Al arms) If any fault has occurred in the inv erter , the correspond[...]

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    155 Errors (Alarms) PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS 6 6.1.1 Error (alarm) definitions (1) M ajor fa ilures When[...]

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    156 Errors (Alarms) Operatio n Panel Indication 0 V1 FR-PU04 OV During Acc Name Regen er at ive ov e[...]

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    157 Errors (Alarms) PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS 6 * 1. Resetting the i nverter initia lizes t he i nternal [...]

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    158 Errors (Alarms) *2. Functions on ly when any of P r . 60 to Pr . 63, Pr . 65 and Pr . 505 (input[...]

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    159 Errors (Alarms) PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS 6 (2) M inor failure When the protective function is activa[...]

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    160 Errors (Alarms) (4) Write er rors Operatio n Panel Indication oL FR-PU04 oL Name Stall pr eventi[...]

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    161 Errors (Alarms) PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS 6 6.1.2 T o know the oper ating status at the occurrence of[...]

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    162 Troubl eshoo ting 6.2 T roub leshooting POINT Check the corresponding areas. If the cause is st [...]

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    163 Tr oubleshoot ing PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS 6 6.2.3 Speed greatly dif fers from the set ting Check th[...]

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    164 Troubl eshoo ting ... Check that the STF or STR signal is off. When it is on, the operation mode[...]

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    165 Precautions for Maintena nce and Inspection PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS 6 6.3 Precautions for M aintena[...]

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    166 Precautions for Maintenan ce and Inspection 6.3.4 Insulation resistance test using megger 1) Bef[...]

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    167 Precautions for Maintena nce and Inspection PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS 6 6.3.6 Daily and periodic insp[...]

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    168 Precautions for Maintenan ce and Inspection Main circuit Conduc tors , cables (1) Chec k conduct[...]

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    169 Precautions for Maintena nce and Inspection PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS 6 Control ci rcuit Pro tec tiv [...]

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    170 Precautions for Maintenan ce and Inspection *For periodic inspection, contact your nearest Mitsu[...]

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    171 Precautions for Maintena nce and Inspection PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS 6 <Module devi ce numbers an[...]

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    172 Precautions for Maintenan ce and Inspection (1) Cooling fan The cooling fan is used to cool heat[...]

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    173 Precautions for Maintena nce and Inspection PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS 6 (2) Smoothing capacitors A la[...]

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    174 Precautions for Maintenan ce and Inspection 6.3.8 Measurement of mai n circuit voltag es, curren[...]

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    175 Precautions for Maintena nce and Inspection PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS 6 Measuring Points and Inst rum[...]

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    176 MEMO[...]

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    177 Chapter 7 Chapter 6 Chapter 5 Chapter 4 Chapter 3 Chapter 2 Chapter 1 7. SPECIFICA TIONS This ch[...]

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    178 Ratings 7.1 Ratings (1) 3-phase 200V power supply *1. T he applicab le motor capaci ty indicate [...]

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    179 Common Speci ficatio ns SPECIFICATIONS 7 7.2 Common Specifications *1. W hen und ervoltag e occu[...]

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    180 PLC Funct ion Speci fications 7.3 PLC Function Specifications The f ol l ow i ng t abl e i ndi c[...]

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    181 Outline Dra win gs SPECIFICATIONS 7 7.5 O utline Dra wings FR-C520-0 .1K,0.2K ,0.4K,0. 75K Capac[...]

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    182 Outlin e Drawings (1.2) 5 142.5 18.5 52 72 5 170 6 158 6 128 5 118 5 FR-C 520-3.7K 2- 5 hole Rat[...]

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    183 APPENDICES Appendix 1Paramet er Dat a Codes for Computer Link Operation Using RS-485 Communicati[...]

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    184 Par amet er Da ta Codes f or Com put er Li nk Oper at i on Usi ng RS-48 5 Communic at i on Appen[...]

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    185 Param eter D ata Code s for C om puter Link Operati on Usi ng RS-4 85 Communi cat ion T erminal [...]

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    186 Par amet er Da ta Codes f or Com put er Li nk Oper at i on Usi ng RS-48 5 Communic at i on * Not[...]

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    187 Instructions for Compliance with the European Standards Appendix 2 Instructions for Compliance w[...]

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    188 Instructions for Compliance with the European Standards (2) Low V oltage Directive 1) Our view o[...]

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    189 I n str uctions for compliance with U.S. and Can adian Electr ical C odes Appendix 3 Instruction[...]

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    190 I n struct ions for co m pliance w ith U.S. and C an adian Electr ical C odes 5. Wir ing of the [...]

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    REVISIONS *The manual number is given on the bottom left of the back cover For Maximum S afety • M[...]