Mitsubishi Electronics FR-E700EX manual

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    FR-E700EX INSTRUCTION MANUAL (Applied) SENSORLESS SER VO DRIVE UNIT FR-E700EX SENSORLESS SER VO DRIV[...]

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    A-1 Thank you for choosing this Mitsubishi Sensorless servo d rive unit. This Instruction Manual (Ap[...]

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    A-2 4. Additional Instructions Also the following points must be noted to prevent an accidental fail[...]

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    A-3 (5) Emergency stop (6) Maintenance, inspectio n and part s replacement (7) Disposal  A safety[...]

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    I 1 O U T L I N E 1 1.1 Product checki ng and parts identifica tion ........... ................. ..[...]

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    II CONTEN TS 3.1.4 Harmonic suppression guide line in Japan ...................... ................ [...]

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    III 4.5.8 Setting of the electronic gear (Pr.420, Pr.421) ........................... ..............[...]

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    IV CONTEN TS 4.13.3 Reference of the term inal FM (pulse train output) (Pr.55, Pr.56) ..............[...]

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    V 4.20.4 Current average value monitor signal (Pr.555 to Pr.557) .... .......... ...... ............[...]

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    VI CONTEN TS 6.1.4 Display of the life of the drive unit parts ....... ................... .........[...]

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    VII MEMO[...]

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    1 3 4 5 6 7 2 1 1 OUTLINE This chapter explains the "OUTLI NE" for use of thi s product. A[...]

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    2 Product checking and parts identification 1.1 Product chec king and par ts identification Unpack t[...]

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    3 1 OUTLINE Drive unit and pe ripheral devices 1.2 Driv e unit and peripher al de vices Braking capa[...]

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    4 Drive unit and peripheral devices NO TE  The life of the drive un it is influenced by surrou nd[...]

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    5 1 OUTLINE Drive unit and pe ripheral devices 1.2.1 Peripheral devices Check the drive unit model o[...]

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    6 Removal and reinstallation of the cover 1.3 R emo val and reinstallation of the co v er 1.3.1 Fron[...]

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    7 1 OUTLINE Installation of th e drive unit and enclosure design 1.4 Installa tion of the driv e uni[...]

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    8 Installation of the drive unit and enclosure design (3) Dust, dirt, oil mist Dust and dirt will ca[...]

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    9 1 OUTLINE Installation of th e drive unit and enclosure design 1.4.2 Cooling system types for driv[...]

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    10 Installation of the drive unit and enclosure design 1.4.3 Drive unit placement (1) Installation o[...]

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    11 1 OUTLINE Installation of th e drive unit and enclosure design (4) Arrangement of mu ltiple drive[...]

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    12 MEMO[...]

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    4 13 3 5 6 7 2 1 2 WIRING This chapter describes the ba sic "WIRING" for use of this produ[...]

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    14 Wiri ng 2.1 W iring T erminal connection di agram (Speed control) NO TE  For the terminal conn[...]

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    15 2 WIRING Main circuit termi nal specifications 2.2 Main circuit ter minal specifications 2.2.1 Sp[...]

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    16 Main circuit termin al specifications 2.2.3 Cables and wiring length (1) Applicable ca ble size S[...]

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    17 2 WIRING Main circuit termi nal specifications (2) Earth ing (Grounding) pre cautions (3) Wiring [...]

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    18 Control circuit specifications 2.3 Contr ol cir cuit specifica tions 2.3.1 Control circuit termin[...]

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    19 2 WIRING Control circuit specifications S peed settin g 10 S peed se tting power supply Used as p[...]

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    20 Control circuit specifications (2) Output s ignal (3) Com municati on Ty p e Te r m i n a l Symbo[...]

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    21 2 WIRING Control circuit specifications 2.3.2 Changing the control logic The input signals are se[...]

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    22 Control circuit specifications  When using an external power supply for transistor output  [...]

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    23 2 WIRING Control circuit specifications 2.3.3 Wiring of control circuit  T erminal layout  [...]

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    24 Control circuit specifications (1) Control circuit common terminals (SD, 5, SE)  T erminals SD[...]

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    25 2 WIRING Control circuit specifications 2.3.4 Connection to the PU connector Using the PU connect[...]

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    26 Control circuit specifications  RS-485 communicat ion When the PU connector is connected with [...]

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    27 Connection of sta nd-alone option unit 2 WIRING 2.4 Connection of stand-alone option unit The dri[...]

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    28 Connection of sta nd-alone option unit It is recommended to configure a sequence, which shuts off[...]

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    29 Connection of sta nd-alone option unit 2 WIRING 2.4.2 Connection of the brake unit (FR-BU2) Conne[...]

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    30 Connection of sta nd-alone option unit 2.4.3 Connection of the high power factor converter (FR-HC[...]

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    31 Connection of sta nd-alone option unit 2 WIRING 2.4.4 Connection of the power rege neration commo[...]

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    32 Connection of sta nd-alone option unit 2.4.5 Connection of the DC reactor (FR-HEL) (1) Keep the s[...]

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    33 3 4 5 6 7 2 1 3 PRECA UTIONS FOR USE OF THE DRIVE UNIT This chapter explains the "PRECAUTION[...]

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    34 EMC and leakage currents 3.1 EMC and leakage cur r ents 3.1.1 Leakage currents and countermeasure[...]

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    35 EMC and leakage currents 3 PRECAUTIONS FOR USE OF THE DRIVE UNIT (3) Select ion of rated sens iti[...]

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    36 EMC and leakage currents 3.1.2 EMC measures Some electromagnetic noises enter the driv e unit to [...]

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    37 EMC and leakage currents 3 PRECAUTIONS FOR USE OF THE DRIVE UNIT  Data line filter Data line f[...]

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    38 EMC and leakage currents 3.1.3 Power supply harmonics The drive unit may gene rate power su pply [...]

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    39 EMC and leakage currents 3 PRECAUTIONS FOR USE OF THE DRIVE UNIT 3.1.4 Harmonic suppression guide[...]

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    40 EMC and leakage currents 1) Calculation of equivalent capacity (P0) of harmonic generating eq uip[...]

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    41 Installation of a reactor 3 PRECAUTIONS FOR USE OF THE DRIVE UNIT 3.2 Installa tion of a reactor [...]

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    42 Power-OFF and magne tic contactor (MC) 3.3 P ower-OFF and magnetic contactor (MC) (1) Drive unit [...]

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    43 3 PRECAUTIONS FOR USE OF THE DRIVE UNIT Precautions for use of the drive unit 3.4 Precautions for[...]

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    44 Precautions for use of the drive unit (12) Acros s terminals P/+ and PR, connect o nly an externa[...]

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    45 Failsafe of the system wh ich uses the drive unit 3 PRECAUTIONS FOR USE OF THE DRIVE UNIT 3.5 F a[...]

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    46 Failsafe of the system wh ich uses the drive unit Check if RUN signal is output when inputting th[...]

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    47 3 4 5 6 7 2 1 4 P ARAMETERS This chapter explains the "P ARAMETERS" for use of this pro[...]

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    48 Operation panel 4.1 Operation panel 4.1.1 Names and functions of the operation panel The operatio[...]

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    49 4 P ARAME TERS Operation panel 4.1.2 Basic operation (factory settin g) STOP Operation mode switc[...]

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    50 Operation panel 4.1.3 Easy operation mode setting (easy setting mode) Setting of Pr .79 Operation[...]

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    51 4 P ARAME TERS Operation panel 4.1.4 Changing the parameter setting value 4.1.5 Displ aying the s[...]

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    Parameter list Parameter list 52 P a r a m e t e r L i s t 4 P ARAMETERS 4.2 P arameter list 4.2.1 P[...]

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    Parameter list Parameter list 54 P a r a m e t e r L i s t 4 P ARAMETERS Secind functions 44 Second [...]

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    Parameter list Parameter list 56 P a r a m e t e r L i s t 4 P ARAMETERS  149 T orque limit level[...]

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    Parameter list Parameter list 58 P a r a m e t e r L i s t 4 P ARAMETERS Life diagnosis 255 Life ala[...]

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    Parameter list Parameter list 60 P a r a m e t e r L i s t 4 P ARAMETERS Position control 420 Comman[...]

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    Parameter list Parameter list 62 P a r a m e t e r L i s t 4 P ARAMETERS S topper control 512 S topp[...]

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    Parameter list Parameter list 64 P a r a m e t e r L i s t 4 P ARAMETERS Position control 578 First [...]

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    Parameter list Parameter list 66 P a r a m e t e r L i s t 4 P ARAMETERS Regeneration avoidance func[...]

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    Parameter list Parameter list 68 P a r a m e t e r L i s t 4 P ARAMETERS Clear parameters Initial va[...]

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    70 4.3 PM sensorless vector control 73 4.3.1 Outline of PM sensorless vect or control ..... ........[...]

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    71 Parameters accor ding to pur poses 4 P ARAME TERS 4.9.3 Acceleration/deceleration pa ttern (Pr.29[...]

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    72 4.17.1 Operation mode selection (Pr.79) ............... ................ ................. ......[...]

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    73 4 P ARAME TERS PM sensorless vector control 4.3 PM sensor less vector control 4.3.1 Outline of PM[...]

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    74 PM sensorless vector control (2) PM p arameter in itial ization list The parameter settings in th[...]

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    75 4 P ARAME TERS PM sensorless vector control 4.3.3 Changing the control method (Pr .800) The above[...]

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    76 PM sensorless vector control (2) V alid /invalid st atuses of I /O termi nal func tions during th[...]

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    77 4 P ARAME TERS PM sensorless vector control (3) V alid/invalid st atuses of monitor output s duri[...]

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    78 Speed control 4.4 Speed control 4.4.1 Outline of speed control (1) Control block diagra m Purpose[...]

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    79 4 P ARAME TERS Speed control (2) Model adaptive cont rol and feed forward control The model adapt[...]

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    80 Speed control 4.4.3 Adjusting the speed control gain (Pr .820, Pr .821, X44 signal) The above par[...]

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    81 4 P ARAME TERS Speed control  Actual speed response is calculated as below when load inertia i[...]

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    82 Speed control (4) T roub leshootin g Condition Possible cause Countermeasu re 1 Motor does not ru[...]

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    83 4 P ARAME TERS Speed control 4.4.4 Speed feed forward control, model adaptive speed control (Pr .[...]

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    84 Speed control (2) Model adapt ive speed control ( Pr .877 = "2")  The motor's m[...]

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    85 4 P ARAME TERS Speed control 4.4.6 Notch filter (Pr .862, Pr .863, Pr .871)  The mechanical re[...]

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    86 Speed control 4.4.7 Spee d estimation gain and curren t control gain (Pr .730, Pr .824, Pr .825) [...]

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    87 4 P ARAME TERS Speed control 4.4.8 Adjusting the motor wiring resistance (Pr . 658) .......S peci[...]

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    88 Position control 4.5 P osition contr ol 4.5.1 Outline of position control (1) Position contr ol s[...]

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    89 4 P ARAME TERS Position control (2) Control block diagram RH signal Point table selection RM sign[...]

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    90 Position control (3) Connection ex ample NO TE  T o prevent a malfunction caused by noise, sep[...]

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    91 4 P ARAME TERS Position control 4.5.2 Setting procedure of position control Perform secure wiring[...]

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    92 Position control 4.5.3 Gain adjustment of position control (Pr .422, Pr .423, Pr .427, Pr .4 46, [...]

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    93 4 P ARAME TERS Position control (3) Model adapt ive speed control ( Pr .446, Pr .877 = "2&qu[...]

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    94 Position control (7) T roubles hooting (for pos ition control) Condition Cause Countermeasure The[...]

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    95 4 P ARAME TERS Position control 4.5.4 Simple positioning function by point tables (Pr .4 to 6, Pr[...]

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    96 Position control (1) Point t able se tting (Pr .4 to 6, Pr .24 to Pr .2 7, Pr .465 to Pr .478, Pr[...]

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    97 4 P ARAME TERS Position control  Set the function of the target position data in Pr .525 to Pr[...]

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    98 Position control  The start command must remain ON fo r 20 ms or longer .  Wa it for [...]

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    99 4 P ARAME TERS Position control (3) Roll feed mode ( Pr .537 = "1")  The current pos[...]

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    100 Position control 4.5.5 Stop operation under positi on control (Pr .464, Pr .535) (1) Sudden s to[...]

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    101 4 P ARAME TERS Position control (2) S troke end setting (LSP signal, LSN signal, and LP signal) [...]

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    102 Position control 4.5.6 Stopper control function (P r .512 to Pr .515, X29 signal) (1) S topper c[...]

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    103 4 P ARAME TERS Position control (2) S topper control by torque limit aut omatic switching under [...]

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    104 Position control 4.5.7 Home position return under position contro l (Pr .1 10, Pr .1 1 1, Pr .45[...]

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    105 4 P ARAME TERS Position control (2) Home positio n return completed signal (ZP signa l) and home[...]

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    106 Position control (4) S topper type ( Pr .532 = "3", Pr .533, Pr .534 )  A moving pa[...]

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    107 4 P ARAME TERS Position control (5) Ignoring the home position (servo-ON position as the home po[...]

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    108 Position control 4.5.8 Setting of the electronic gear (Pr .42 0, Pr .421)  The position resol[...]

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    109 4 P ARAME TERS Position control 4.5.9 Setting the position adjust ment parameters (Pr .426, Pr .[...]

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    11 0 Position control (3) T ravel completed signal (MEND signal)  The travel completed signal (ME[...]

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    111 Adjusting the output torque (current) of the motor 4 P ARAME TERS 4.6 Adjusting the output tor q[...]

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    11 2 Adjusting the output torque (current) of the motor (3) T orque limit signal output a nd output [...]

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    11 3 Adjusting the output torque (current) of the motor 4 P ARAME TERS (6) Limit the to rque limit a[...]

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    11 4 Adjusting the output torque (current) of the motor 4.6.2 Adjusting the S-PM geared motor starti[...]

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    11 5 Limiting the rotation speed 4 P ARAME TERS 4.7 Limiting the rotation speed 4.7.1 Maximum/minimu[...]

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    11 6 Limiting the rotation speed 4.7.2 Avoiding mechanical resonance points (Speed jump) (Pr .3 1 to[...]

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    11 7 Speed setting by external terminals 4 P ARAME TERS 4.8 Speed setting by external terminals 4.8.[...]

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    11 8 Speed setting by external terminals (2) Multi-speed se tting for 4 or more speeds (Pr .24 to Pr[...]

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    11 9 Speed setting by external terminals 4 P ARAME TERS 4.8.2 Jog operation (Pr .15, Pr .1 6, JOG si[...]

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    120 Speed setting by external terminals (2) Jog operation fr om out side  When the JOG (JOG2) sig[...]

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    121 Speed setting by external terminals 4 P ARAME TERS (3) Jog operatio n from PU  Enable the JOG[...]

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    122 Speed setting by external terminals 4.8.3 Remote setting function (Pr .59) The above parame ter [...]

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    123 Speed setting by external terminals 4 P ARAME TERS (1) Remote setting functio n  Use Pr .59 t[...]

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    124 Speed setting by external terminals REMARKS During Jog operation or PID control opera tion, the [...]

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    125 Setting of acceleration/deceleration time and acceleration/dec eleration pattern 4 P ARAME TERS [...]

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    126 Setting of acceleration/decel eration time and accelerat ion/deceleration pattern (2) Decelerat [...]

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    127 Setting of acceleration/deceleration time and acceleration/dec eleration pattern 4 P ARAME TERS [...]

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    128 Setting of acceleration/decel eration time and accelerat ion/deceleration pattern 4.9.2 Motor st[...]

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    129 Setting of acceleration/deceleration time and acceleration/dec eleration pattern 4 P ARAME TERS [...]

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    130 Selection and protection of a motor 4.10 Selection and pr otection of a motor 4.10.1 Motor overh[...]

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    131 Motor brake and stop operation 4 P ARAME TERS 4.11 Motor br ak e and stop operation 4.1 1.1 Zero[...]

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    132 Motor brake and stop operation (3) T orque setting during DC injection brake operation (Pr .795)[...]

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    133 Motor brake and stop operation 4 P ARAME TERS  Operation under speed control St art signal st[...]

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    134 Motor brake and stop operation  MM-GKR operation under position control St art signal state W[...]

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    135 Motor brake and stop operation 4 P ARAME TERS 4.1 1.2 Activating the electromagne tic brake (MBR[...]

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    136 Motor brake and stop operation 4.1 1.3 Selection of a rege nerative brake (Pr . 30, Pr .70) The [...]

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    137 Motor brake and stop operation 4 P ARAME TERS 4.1 1.4 Stop selection (Pr .250) The above p arame[...]

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    138 Function assignment of external terminal and control 4.12 Function assignment of exter nal ter m[...]

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    139 Function assignment of exter nal terminal and control 4 P ARAME TERS  When Pr .5 9 Remote [...]

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    140 Function assignment of external terminal and control (2) Response t ime of each signal  The r[...]

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    141 Function assignment of exter nal terminal and control 4 P ARAME TERS 4.12.3 Condition selection [...]

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    142 Function assignment of external terminal and control 4.12.4 S tart signal operation select i on [...]

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    143 Function assignment of exter nal terminal and control 4 P ARAME TERS (2) Three-wir e type (STF ,[...]

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    144 Function assignment of external terminal and control 4.12.5 Output terminal function selection ([...]

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    145 Function assignment of exter nal terminal and control 4 P ARAME TERS 14 1 14 FDN PID lo wer limi[...]

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    146 Function assignment of external terminal and control 64 164 Y64 During retry Output during retry[...]

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    147 Function assignment of exter nal terminal and control 4 P ARAME TERS (2) Drive unit operat ion r[...]

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    148 Function assignment of external terminal and control (3) Fault output signal (ALM signal) (4) Fa[...]

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    149 Function assignment of exter nal terminal and control 4 PA R A M E T E R 4.12.6 Detection of rot[...]

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    150 Function assignment of external terminal and control 4.12.7 Output current detection function (Y[...]

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    151 Function assignment of exter nal terminal and control 4 P ARAME TERS CAUTION The zero current de[...]

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    152 Function assignment of external terminal and control 4.12.8 Remote output selection (REM signal,[...]

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    153 Monitor display and monitor output signal 4 P ARAME TERS 4.13 Monitor display and monitor output[...]

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    154 Monitor display and monitor output signal NO TE  Refer to Pr .5 2 when you want to change t h[...]

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    155 Monitor display and monitor output signal 4 P ARAME TERS 4.13.2 Monitor display selec ti on of D[...]

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    156 Monitor display and monitor output signal (1) Monitor descript ion list (Pr .52)  Set the mon[...]

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    157 Monitor display and monitor output signal 4 P ARAME TERS  When "102 or h igher" [...]

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    158 Monitor display and monitor output signal  The set speed (frequency) di splayed indicates the[...]

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    159 Monitor display and monitor output signal 4 P ARAME TERS (3) Operation p anel I/O terminal monit[...]

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    160 Monitor display and monitor output signal (5) Cumulative ener gization time and actual operati o[...]

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    161 Monitor display and monitor output signal 4 P ARAME TERS 4.13.3 Refere nce of the te rminal FM ([...]

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    162 Monitor display and monitor output signal 4.13.4 T erminal FM calibration (calibration par amete[...]

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    163 Monitor display and monitor output signal 4 P ARAME TERS (2) How to calibrate the terminal FM wh[...]

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    164 Operation setting at fault occurrence 4.14 Oper ation setting a t fault occur r ence 4.14.1 Retr[...]

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    165 Operation setting at fault occurrence 4 P ARAME TERS  Using Pr .65 , you can sele ct the faul[...]

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    166 Operation setting at fault occurrence 4.14.2 Input/output phase loss protection selection (P r .[...]

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    167 Operation setting at fault occurrence 4 P ARAME TERS 4.14.4 Overspeed detection (Pr .374) The dr[...]

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    168 Speed setting by analog input (terminal 2, 4) 4.15 Speed setting by analog input (ter minal 2, 4[...]

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    169 Speed setting by analog input (terminal 2, 4) 4 P ARAME TERS  Refer to the followi ng table a[...]

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    170 Speed setting by analog input (terminal 2, 4) (3) Perform opera tion by analog input selection ?[...]

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    171 Speed setting by analog input (terminal 2, 4) 4 P ARAME TERS 4.15.2 Setting the speed by analog [...]

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    172 Speed setting by analog input (terminal 2, 4) 4.15.3 Response level of analog input and noise el[...]

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    173 Speed setting by analog input (terminal 2, 4) 4 P ARAME TERS 4.15.4 Bias and gain of speed setti[...]

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    174 Speed setting by analog input (terminal 2, 4) (3) Analog input display unit changing (Pr .241) ?[...]

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    175 Speed setting by analog input (terminal 2, 4) 4 P ARAME TERS (4) S peed setting signal (c urrent[...]

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    176 Speed setting by analog input (terminal 2, 4) (b) Method to adjust any point without application[...]

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    177 Speed setting by analog input (terminal 2, 4) 4 P ARAME TERS (c) Adjusting only the speed withou[...]

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    178 Misoperation prevention and para meter setting restriction 4.16 Misoper ation prev ention and pa[...]

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    179 Misoperation prevention and pa rameter setting restrictio n 4 P ARAME TERS (2) Disconne cted PU [...]

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    180 Misoperation prevention and para meter setting restriction (5) Rest art (PS reset) method when P[...]

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    181 Misoperation prevention and pa rameter setting restrictio n 4 P ARAME TERS 4.16.2 Parameter writ[...]

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    182 Misoperation prevention and para meter setting restriction 4.16.3 Revers e rotation prevention s[...]

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    183 Misoperation prevention and pa rameter setting restrictio n 4 P ARAME TERS 4.16.5 Password funct[...]

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    184 Misoperation prevention and para meter setting restriction (2) Passwo rd lock/un lock (Pr .296, [...]

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    185 Misoperation prevention and pa rameter setting restrictio n 4 P ARAME TERS (3) Parame ter operat[...]

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    186 Selection of operation mode and operation location 4.17 Selection of oper ation mode and operati[...]

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    187 Selection of operation mode and operation location 4 P ARAME TERS (1) Operation mode basics (2) [...]

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    188 Selection of operation mode and operation location (3) Operat ion mode selectio n flow In the fo[...]

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    189 Selection of operation mode and operation location 4 P ARAME TERS (4) External ope ration mode ([...]

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    190 Selection of operation mode and operation location (6) PU/External combined opera tion mode 1 (s[...]

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    191 Selection of operation mode and operation location 4 P ARAME TERS (9) PU opera tion inte rlock ([...]

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    192 Selection of operation mode and operation location (10) Switching of operation mode by external [...]

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    193 Selection of operation mode and operation location 4 P ARAME TERS  When switching between the[...]

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    194 Selection of operation mode and operation location 4.17.2 Operation mode at power-ON (Pr .79, Pr[...]

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    195 Selection of operation mode and operation location 4 P ARAME TERS 4.17.3 S tart command source a[...]

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    196 Selection of operation mode and operation location (2) Select s the command sourc e of the PU o [...]

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    197 Selection of operation mode and operation location 4 P ARAME TERS (3) Controllability through co[...]

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    198 Selection of operation mode and operation location (4) Operation at error occurrence  Can [...]

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    199 Selection of operation mode and operation location 4 P ARAME TERS (5) Selectio n of command sour[...]

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    200 Selection of operation mode and operation location (6) Switching of co mmand source by external [...]

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    201 Communication opera tion and setting 4 P ARAME TERS 4.18 Communication operation and setting 4.1[...]

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    202 Communication oper ation and setting (2) PU connector communica tion system configuration  Co[...]

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    203 Communication opera tion and setting 4 P ARAME TERS (3) Connec tion with RS-485 comput er  Wi[...]

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    204 Communication oper ation and setting 4.18.2 Initial settings and specif ications of RS-485 commu[...]

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    205 Communication opera tion and setting 4 P ARAME TERS 4.18.3 Operation selec tion at communication[...]

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    206 Communication oper ation and setting (2) Signal loss detection (Pr .122)  If a signal loss (c[...]

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    207 Communication opera tion and setting 4 P ARAME TERS (3) S top operation selection at occ urrence[...]

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    208 Communication oper ation and setting 4.18.4 Communication EEPROM write selection (Pr .342)  W[...]

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    209 Communication opera tion and setting 4 P ARAME TERS 4.18.5 Mitsubishi inverter protoc ol (comput[...]

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    210 Communication oper ation and setting (3) Communicat ion operation presence/abs ence and dat a fo[...]

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    21 1 Communication opera tion and setting 4 P ARAME TERS  Data reading format Communication reque[...]

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    212 Communication oper ation and setting (4) Dat a definitions 1) Control code 2) Drive unit station[...]

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    213 Communication opera tion and setting 4 P ARAME TERS 7) Error code If any error is found in the d[...]

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    214 Communication oper ation and setting (6) Instructions for the progra m 1) When data from the com[...]

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    215 Communication opera tion and setting 4 P ARAME TERS General flowchart Port open Communication se[...]

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    216 Communication oper ation and setting (7) Setting items and set dat a After completion of p arame[...]

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    217 Communication opera tion and setting 4 P ARAME TERS Drive unit reset Write HFD H9696: resets the[...]

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    218 Communication oper ation and setting Example) When readi ng the C3 (Pr .902) and C6 (Pr .904) se[...]

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    219 Communication opera tion and setting 4 P ARAME TERS [Fault da t a] Refer to page 267 for details[...]

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    220 Communication oper ation and setting [Drive unit st atus monitor]  The signal within parenth [...]

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    221 Communication opera tion and setting 4 P ARAME TERS [Multi command (HF0)] Sending data format fr[...]

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    222 Communication oper ation and setting 4.18.6 Modbus-RTU communication specifications (Pr .1 17, P[...]

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    223 Communication opera tion and setting 4 P ARAME TERS (1) Communica tion  The communication spe[...]

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    224 Communication oper ation and setting (3) Message format  Data check time 1) Query The master [...]

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    225 Communication opera tion and setting 4 P ARAME TERS (4) Message fram e (protocol)  Communicat[...]

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    226 Communication oper ation and setting (5) Message format types The message formats corresponding [...]

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    227 Communication opera tion and setting 4 P ARAME TERS  Write holding register data (H06 or 06) [...]

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    228 Communication oper ation and setting  Function diagnos is (H08 or 08) A communication check c[...]

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    229 Communication opera tion and setting 4 P ARAME TERS  Description of normal response 1) to 4) [...]

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    230 Communication oper ation and setting  Error respon se An error response is returned if the qu[...]

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    231 Communication opera tion and setting 4 P ARAME TERS (6) Modbus registers  System environment [...]

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    232 Communication oper ation and setting  Real time monitor Refer to page 156 for details of the [...]

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    233 Communication opera tion and setting 4 P ARAME TERS  Faults history Fault code list  Model[...]

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    234 Communication oper ation and setting 4 . 1 8 . 7 U S B c o m m u n i c a t i o n (Pr . 547, Pr .[...]

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    235 Special operation and speed control 4 P ARAME TERS 4.19 Special oper ation and speed control 4.1[...]

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    236 Special operation and speed control (1) PID control basic configuration  Pr .128 = "20, [...]

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    237 Special operation and speed control 4 P ARAME TERS 4) Reverse operation Increases the manipulate[...]

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    238 Special operation and speed control (4) I/O signals and paramet er setting  Set "20, 21,[...]

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    239 Special operation and speed control 4 P ARAME TERS (5) PID automatic sw itchover cont rol (Pr .1[...]

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    240 Special operation and speed control (7) Adjustment procedure (8) Calibration example (A detector[...]

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    241 Special operation and speed control 4 P ARAME TERS <Set point input calibration> 1. Apply [...]

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    242 Special operation and speed control 4.19.2 Regeneration avoidance function (Pr . 665, Pr .882, P[...]

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    243 Special operation and speed control 4 P ARAME TERS (3) Regeneration avoida nce function adjustme[...]

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    244 Useful functions 4.20 Useful functions 4.20.1 Cooling fan operati on selection (Pr . 244)  In[...]

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    245 Useful functions 4 P ARAME TERS 4.20.2 Display of the life of the drive unit parts (Pr .255 to P[...]

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    246 Useful functions (1) Life alarm display and signal output (Y90 signal, Pr .255 )  Whether any[...]

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    247 Useful functions 4 P ARAME TERS (4) Main circuit capacitor life display (Pr .258 , Pr .259)  [...]

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    248 Useful functions (5) Cooling fan life display  The cooling fan speed of 50% or less is detect[...]

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    249 Useful functions 4 P ARAME TERS 4.20.4 Current average value monit or signal (Pr .555 to Pr .557[...]

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    250 Useful functions 2) Setting of Pr .555 Current avera ge time The average output current i s calc[...]

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    251 Useful functions 4 P ARAME TERS 4.20.5 Free parameter (Pr .888, Pr .889) Y ou can input any numb[...]

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    252 Useful functions 4.20.6 Initiating a fault (Pr .997) The above paramet ers can be set when Pr .1[...]

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    253 Useful functions 4 P ARAME TERS 4.20.7 Batch setting Mitsubishi HMI ( GOT) connection parameters[...]

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    254 Useful functions (2) Automatic para meter setting using the oper ation p anel (p arameter settin[...]

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    255 Setting fr om the parame ter unit and oper ation panel 4 P ARAME TERS 4.21 Setting fr om the par[...]

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    256 Setting from the paramete r unit and operation panel 4.21.2 Setting-dial potentiometer mode/k ey[...]

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    257 Setting fr om the parame ter unit and oper ation panel 4 P ARAME TERS (2) Using the setting dial[...]

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    258 Setting from the paramete r unit and operation panel (3) Disable the sett ing dial a nd key o pe[...]

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    259 Setting fr om the parame ter unit and oper ation panel 4 P ARAME TERS 4.21.3 Magnitude of spee d[...]

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    260 Setting from the paramete r unit and operation panel 4.21.4 Buzzer control (Pr .990) The above p[...]

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    261 4 P ARAME TERS Parameter clear/ All parameter clear 4.22 Parameter clear/ All parameter c lear P[...]

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    262 Initial value change list 4.23 Initial value change list Displays and sets the parameters change[...]

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    263 Check and clear of th e faults history 4 P ARAME TERS 4.24 Check and c lear of the faults histor[...]

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    264 Check and clear of th e faults history (2) Clearing procedure POINT  Set "1" in Er [...]

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    265 3 5 4 6 7 2 1 5 TR OUBLESHOO TING This chapter provides the "TROUBLESHOOTING" of this [...]

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    266 Reset method of pr otective function When a fault occurs in the drive unit, t he drive unit trip[...]

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    267 5 TROUBLESHOOTING List of fault or alarm indications 5.2 List of fault or alar m indications [...]

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    268 Causes and corrective actions 5.3 Causes and cor rective actions (1) Error message A message reg[...]

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    269 5 TROUBLESHOOTING Causes and corrective actions (2) W arnings When a warning o ccurs, the output[...]

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    270 Causes and corrective actions Operation pane l indication PS FR-PU07 PS Name PU stop Description[...]

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    271 5 TROUBLESHOOTING Causes and corrective actions ........S pecifications differ according to the [...]

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    272 Causes and corrective actions (4) Fault When a fault occurs, the drive unit trips and a fault si[...]

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    273 5 TROUBLESHOOTING Causes and corrective actions  Resetting the drive unit initi alizes the[...]

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    274 Causes and corrective actions Operation pane l indication E.FIN FR-PU07 H/Sink O/T emp Name Heat[...]

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    275 5 TROUBLESHOOTING Causes and corrective actions Operation pa nel indication E.SOT FR-P U07 Motor[...]

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    276 Causes and corrective actions Operation pane l indication E.OP1 FR-PU07 Option slot alarm 1 Name[...]

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    277 5 TROUBLESHOOTING Causes and corrective actions Operation pa nel indication E.PUE FR-PU07 P U Le[...]

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    278 Causes and corrective actions Operation pane l indication E.OS FR- PU07 E.OS Name Overspeed occu[...]

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    279 5 TROUBLESHOOTING Correspondences between digita l and actual characters 5.4 Cor respondences be[...]

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    280 Check first when you have a trouble 5.5 Check firs t when you hav e a tr ouble 5.5.1 Motor does [...]

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    281 Check first when you have a trouble 5 TROUBLESHOOTING 5.5.2 Motor or machine is making abnormal [...]

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    282 Check first when you have a trouble 5.5.3 Motor generates heat abnormally 5.5.4 Motor rotates in[...]

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    283 Check first when you have a trouble 5 TROUBLESHOOTING 5.5.6 Acceleration/dece leration is not sm[...]

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    284 Check first when you have a trouble 5.5.8 Operation mode is not changed properly 5.5.9 Operation[...]

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    285 Check first when you have a trouble 5 TROUBLESHOOTING 5.5.1 1 Speed does not accelerate 5.5.12 U[...]

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    286 MEMO[...]

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    287 3 5 4 7 2 1 6 6 P RECA UTIONS FOR MAINTEN ANCE AND INSPECTI ON This chapter provides the "P[...]

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    288 Inspection items The drive unit is a static unit mainly consisting of semicondu ctor devices. Da[...]

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    289 6 PRECAUTIONS FOR MAINTE NANCE AND INSPE CTION Inspection items 6.1.3 Daily and periodic inspect[...]

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    290 Inspection items 6.1.4 Display of the life of the drive unit parts The self-diagnostic warning i[...]

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    291 6 PRECAUTIONS FOR MAINTE NANCE AND INSPE CTION Inspection items 6.1.5 Checking the drive unit an[...]

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    292 Inspection items 6.1.7 Replacement of parts The drive unit co nsists of many electr onic part s [...]

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    293 6 PRECAUTIONS FOR MAINTE NANCE AND INSPE CTION Inspection items  Reinstallation 1) After conf[...]

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    294 Inspection items (2) Smoothing cap acitors A large-capacity aluminum electrolytic capacitor is u[...]

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    295 6 PRECAUTIONS FOR MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION Measurement of main circuit voltages, currents and [...]

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    296 Measurement of main circuit voltages, currents and powers Measuring Point s and Instrument s Ite[...]

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    297 6 PRECAUTIONS FOR MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION Measurement of main circuit voltages, currents and [...]

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    298 Measurement of main circuit voltages, currents and powers 6.2.3 Measureme nt of currents Use mov[...]

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    299 6 PRECAUTIONS FOR MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION Measurement of main circuit voltages, currents and [...]

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    300 MEMO[...]

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    301 3 4 5 6 7 2 1 7 SPECIFICA TIONS This chapter provides the "SPECI FICA TIONS" of this p[...]

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    302 Rating 7.1 Rating  Three-phase 200V powe r supply Model FR-E720EX-  K 0.1 0.2 0.4 0.75 1. [...]

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    303 7 SPECIFICA TIONS Common specifications 7.2 Common specifications Motor MM-GKR motor S-PM geared[...]

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    304 Common specifications Operation sp ecificati ons St art signal Forward and reverse rotation or s[...]

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    305 7 SPECIFICA TIONS Outline dimension drawings 7.3 Outline dimension drawings  FR-E720EX-0.1K t[...]

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    306 Outline dimension drawings  FR-E720EX-3.7K  Parameter unit (opti on) (FR-PU07) <Outline[...]

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    307 7 SPECIFICA TIONS Specifications of the dedicat ed PM motor [MM-GKR motor] 7.4 Specifica tions o[...]

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    308 Specifications of the dedicat ed PM motor [MM-GKR motor]  X indicates the direct ion of th[...]

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    309 7 SPECIFICA TIONS Specifications of the dedicat ed PM motor [MM-GKR motor]  This value is [...]

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    310 Specifications of the dedicated PM motor [S-PM geared motor] 7.5 Specifica tions of the dedicate[...]

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    31 1 7 SPECIFICA TIONS Specifications of the dedicated PM motor [S-PM geared motor] 7.5.2 Motor torq[...]

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    312 MEMO[...]

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    313 APPENDIX This chapter provides the "A PPENDIX" of this product. Always read the instru[...]

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    314 The control method is PM sensorless vector control. Several restriction s are app lied because t[...]

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    315 Others  T he available power supply input is th ree-phase 200 to 240V only .  Only the e l[...]

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    316 Installation  When a suspension tool is provided for a moto r , carry the mo tor using the su[...]

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    317 Numerics 15-speed selection (REX sig nal) .............. ............ ......... 11 7 , 138 24V e[...]

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    318 G Gain adjustment o f position contro l (Pr.422, Pr.423, Pr.4 27, Pr.427, P r.446, Pr.46 3, Pr.6[...]

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    319 Position control sud den stop (X87 signal) .......... ............ ..... 138 Position detected ([...]

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    320 REVISIONS *The manual number is given on the bottom left of the back cover . For Maximum Safety [...]

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