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SV055iH-4U
  • SV055iH-4U
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Model: SV055iH-4U

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    --------------------İH Serisi Manuel.pdf-----------------
    Thank you for purchasing LS Variable Frequency Drive! SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Always follow safety instructions to prevent accidents and potential hazards from occurring. In this manual, safety messages are classified as follows: Improper operation may result in serious personal injury or death. WARNING Improper operation may result in slight to medium personal injury CAUTION or property damage. Throughout this manual we use the following two illustrations to make you aware of safety considerations: Identifies potential hazards under certain conditions. Read the message and follow the instructions carefully. Identifies shock hazards under certain conditions. Particular attention should be directed because dangerous voltage may exist. Keep operating instructions handy for quick reference. Read this manual carefully to maximize the performance of SV-iH series inverter and ensure its safe use. WARNING Do not remove the cover while power is applied or the unit is in operation. Otherwise, electric shock could occur. Do not run the inverter with the front cover removed. Otherwise, you may get an electric shock due to high voltage terminals or charged capacitor exposure. Do not remove the cover except for periodic inspections or wiring, even if the input power is not applied. Otherwise, you may access the charged circuits and get an electric shock. Wiring and periodic inspections should be performed at least 10 minutes after disconnecting the input power and after checking the DC link voltage is discharged with a meter (below DC 30V). Otherwise, you may get an electric shock. 1 Operate the switches with dry hands. Otherwise, you may get an electric shock. Do not use the cable when its insulating tube is damaged. Otherwise, you may get an electric shock. Do not subject the cables to scratches, excessive stress, heavy loads or pinching. Otherwise, you may get an electric shock. CAUTION Install the inverter on a non-flammable surface. Do not place flammable material nearby. Otherwise, fire could occur. Disconnect the input power if the inverter gets damaged. Otherwise, it could result in a secondary accident and fire. Do not connect the braking resistor directly to the DC terminals between P1 (P2) and N or P1 and P2. Otherwise, fire could occur. After the input power is applied or removed, the inverter will remain hot for a couple of minutes. Otherwise, you may get bodily injuries such as skin-burn or damage. Do not apply power to a damaged inverter or to an inverter with parts missing even if the installation is complete. Otherwise, electric shock could occur. Do not allow lint, paper, wood chips, dust, metallic chips or other foreign matter into the drive. Otherwise, fire or accident could occur. Use hoist or crane for moving and installing iH inverters. Otherwise, it may cause bodily injury due to its heavy weight. 2 OPERATING PRECAUTIONS (1) Handling and installation Handle according to the weight of the product. Do not stack the inverter boxes higher than the number recommended. Install according to instructions specified in this manual. Do not open the cover during delivery. Do not place heavy items on the inverter. Check the inverter mounting orientation is correct. Do not drop the inverter, or subject it to impact. For grounding, grounding impedance is 100ohm or less for 200V class and 10 ohm or less for 400 V class inverter. Take protective measures against ESD (Electrostatic Discharge) before touching the pcb for inspection or installation. (2) Wiring Do not connect a power factor correction capacitor, surge suppressor, or RFI filter to the output of the inverter. The connection orientation of the output cables U, V, W to the motor will affect the direction of rotation of the motor. Incorrect terminal wiring could result in the equipment damage. Reversing the polarity (+/-) of the terminals could damage the inverter. Only authorized personnel familiar with LS inverter should perform wiring and inspections. Always install the inverter before wiring. Otherwise, you may get an electric shock or have bodily injury. (3) Trial run Check all parameters during operation. Changing parameter values might be required depending on the load. Always apply permissible range of voltage to the each terminal as indicated in this manual. Otherwise, it could lead to inverter damage. (4) Operation precautions When the Auto restart function is selected, stay away from the equipment as a motor will restart suddenly after an alarm stop. The Stop key on the keypad is valid only when the appropriate function setting has been made. Prepare an emergency stop switch separately. If an alarm reset is made with the reference signal present, a sudden start will occur. Check that the reference signal is turned off in advance. Otherwise an accident could occur. Do not modify or alter anything inside the inverter. Motor might not be protected by electronic thermal function of inverter. 3 Do not use a magnetic contactor on the inverter input for frequent starting/stopping of the inverter. Use a noise filter to reduce the effect of electromagnetic interference. Otherwise nearby electronic equipment may be affected. In case of input voltage unbalance, install AC reactor. Power Factor capacitors and generators may become overheated and damaged due to potential high frequency noise transmitted from inverter. Use an insulation-rectified motor or take measures to suppress the micro surge voltage when driving 400V class motor with inverter. A micro surge voltage attributable to wiring constant is generated at motor terminals, and may deteriorate insulation and damage motor. Before operating unit and prior to user programming, reset user parameters to default settings. Inverter can easily be set to high-speed operations, Verify capability of motor or machinery prior to operating unit. Stopping torque is not produced when using the DC-Break function. Install separate equipment when stopping torque is needed. (5) Fault prevention precautions Provide a safety backup such as an emergency brake which will prevent the machine and equipment from hazardous conditions if the inverter fails. (6) Maintenance, inspection and parts replacement Do not conduct a megger (insulation resistance) test on the control circuit of the inverter. Refer to Chapter 6 for periodic inspection (parts replacement). (7) Disposal Handle the inverter as an industrial waste when disposing of it. (8) General instructions Many of the diagrams and drawings in this instruction manual show the inverter without a circuit breaker, a cover or partially open. Never run the inverter like this. Always place the cover with circuit breakers and follow this instruction manual when operating the inverter. 4 Table of Contents USER SELECTION GUIDE (iH SPECIFICATIONS) ...................................................................... 6 CHAPTER 1 - INSTALLATION..................................................................................................... 9 1.1 Inspection.......................................................................................................................... 9 1.2 Environmental Conditions.................................................................................................9 1.3 Mounting........................................................................................................................... 9 1.4 Other Precautions........................................................................................................... 10 1.5 Dimensions..................................................................................................................... 11 1.6 Basic Wiring.................................................................................................................... 14 1.7 Power Terminals............................................................................................................. 15 1.8 Control Terminals............................................................................................................ 20 CHAPTER 2 - OPERATION........................................................................................................ 22 2.1 Parameter Groups..........................................................................................................22 2.2 Display............................................................................................................................ 23 2.3 Alpha-numerical Display.................................................................................................23 2.4 Procedure of Setting Data............................................................................................... 24 2.5 Parameter Navigation.....................................................................................................25 2.6 Operation Method........................................................................................................... 26 CHAPTER 3 - QUICK- START PROCEDURES ......................................................................... 27 3.1 Operation Using Keypad................................................................................................. 28 3.2 Operation Using Control Terminal – External Start, Stop and Speed Reference ........... 30 3.3 Operation Using Both Keypad and Control Terminals .................................................... 32 CHAPTER 4 - PARAMETER LIST.............................................................................................. 35 4.1 Drive Group..................................................................................................................... 35 4.2 Function Group............................................................................................................... 35 4.3 I/O Group........................................................................................................................ 39 CHAPTER 5 - PARAMETER DESCRIPTION............................................................................. 43 5.1 Drive Group [DRV] .......................................................................................................... 43 5.2 Function Group............................................................................................................... 45 5.3 I/O Group........................................................................................................................ 65 CHAPTER 6 - TROUBLESHOOTING & MAINTENANCE ......................................................... 79 6.1 Fault Display................................................................................................................... 79 6.2 Fault Remedy.................................................................................................................. 80 6.3 Troubleshooting.............................................................................................................. 81 6.4 How to Check Power Components ................................................................................. 86 6.5 Maintenance................................................................................................................... 87 6.6 Daily and Periodic Inspection Items................................................................................ 88 APPENDIX A - FUNCTIONS BASED ON USE............................................................................ 89 APPENDIX B - PARAMETERS BASED ON APPLICATION....................................................... 90 DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY ............................................................................................. 91 5 USER SELECTION GUIDE (iH SPECIFICATIONS) 200~230V Class (40 - 75HP) Model Number SV030iH-2U SV037iH-2U SV045iH-2U SV055iH-2U Motor Constant Torque [HP] 40 50 60 75 1 Rating Constant Torque [kW] 30 37 45 55 2 Output Constant Torque [kVA] 46 55 68 83 Ratings Constant Torque FLA [A] 122 146 180 220 Input Input Voltage 3 Phase, 200 to 230 V (± 10%) Ratings Input Frequency 50 to 60 Hz (± 5%) Weight [kg (lbs)] 42 (93) 42 (93) 56 (123) 56 (123) 380~400V Class (40 - 100HP) Model Number SV030iH-4U SV037iH-4U SV045iH-4U SV055iH-4U SV075iH-4U Constant Torque [HP] 40 50 60 75 100 Motor Constant Torque [kW] 30 37 45 55 75 1 Rating Variable Torque [HP] 50 60 75 100 125 Variable Torque [kW] 37 45 55 75 90 Constant Torque FLA [A] 61 75 91 110 152 3 Output Constant Torque [kVA] 40 50 60 70 100 Ratings Variable Torque FLA [A] 80 96 115 125 160 3 Variable Torque [kVA] 52 62 74 80 103 Input Input Voltage 3 Phase, 380 to 400 V (± 10%) Ratings Input Frequency 50 to 60 Hz (± 5%) Weight [kg (lbs)] 45 (99) 45 (99) 63 (139) 63 (139) 68 (150) 380~400V Class (125 - 300HP) Model Number SV090iH-4U SV110iH-4U SV132iH-4U SV160iH-4U SV220iH-4U Constant Torque [HP] 125 150 175 215 300 Motor Constant Torque [kW] 90 110 132 160 220 1 Rating Variable Torque [HP] 150 175 215 250 350 Variable Torque [kW] 110 132 160 185 280 Constant Torque FLA [A] 183 223 264 325 432 3 Output Constant Torque [kVA] 120 145 170 200 280 Ratings Variable Torque FLA [A] 228 264 330 361 477 3 Variable Torque [kVA] 147 170 213 233 307 Input Input Voltage 3 Phase, 380 to 400 V (± 10%) Ratings Input Frequency 50 to 60 Hz (± 5%) Weight [kg (lbs)] 98 (216) 98 (216) 122 (269) 122 (269) 175 (386) 1 Indicates the maximum applicable capacity when using a 4 Pole motor. 2 Rated kVA (?3*V*I) listed is based on 220VAC operation. 3 Rated kVA (?3*V*I) listed is based on 380VAC operation. 6 440~460V Class (40 - 100HP) Model Number SV030iH-4U SV037iH-4U SV045iH-4U SV055iH-4U SV075iH-4U Constant Torque [HP] 40 50 60 75 100 Motor Constant Torque [kW] 30 37 45 55 75 4 Rating Variable Torque [HP] 50 60 75 100 125 Variable Torque [kW] 37 45 55 75 90 Constant Torque FLA [A] 61 75 91 110 152 5 Output Constant Torque [kVA] 45 56 68 82 113 Ratings Variable Torque FLA [A] 80 96 115 125 160 5 Variable Torque [kVA] 60 70 86 93 120 Input Input Voltage 3 Phase, 440 to 460 V (± 10%) Ratings Input Frequency 50 to 60 Hz (± 5%) Weight [kg (lbs)] 45 (99) 45 (99) 63 (139) 63 (139) 68 (150) 440~460V Class (125 - 300HP) Model Number SV090iH-4U SV110iH-4U SV132iH-4U SV160iH-4U SV220iH-4U Constant Torque [HP] 125 150 200 250 300 Motor Constant Torque [kW] 90 110 132 160 220 4 Rating Variable Torque [HP] 150 200 250 300 350 Variable Torque [kW] 110 132 185 220 280 Constant Torque FLA [A] 183 223 264 325 432 5 Output Constant Torque [kVA] 136 166 197 242 322 Ratings Variable Torque FLA [A] 228 264 330 361 477 5 Variable Torque [kVA] 170 200 246 270 356 Input Input Voltage 3 Phase, 440 to 460 V (± 10%) Ratings Input Frequency 50 to 60 Hz (± 5%) Weight [kg (lbs)] 98 (216) 98 (216) 122 (269) 122 (269) 175 (386) 4 Indicates the maximum applicable capacity when using a 4 Pole motor. 5 Rated kVA (?3*V*I) listed is based on 440VAC operation. 7 All Models Max. Frequency 0.5 to 400 Hz Output Ratings Output Voltage 3 Phase, 0 to Input Voltage Control Method Space Vector PWM Frequency Setting Digital Reference: 0.01 Hz (Below 100Hz), 0.1 Hz (Over 100Hz) Resolution Analog Reference: 0.03 Hz / 60Hz Digital: 0.01% of Maximum Output Frequency Frequency Accuracy Analog: 0.1% of Maximum Output Frequency Control V/F Ratio Linear, Non-Linear, User Programmable Braking Torque (w/o DB) About 20% Overload Capacity CT 150% of Rated Current for 1 Minute, 200% for 0.5 Second Overload Capacity VT 110% of Rated Current for 1 Minute, 150% for 0.5 Second Torque Boost Manual Torque Boost (0 to 20%), Auto Torque Boost Operation Method Keypad / Terminal / Remote (Optional) Frequency Setting Analog: 0 to 10 V / 4 to 20mA, Digital: Keypad Accel / Decel Time 0.1 to 6,000 sec, 8 Pre-Defined (Programmable) Multi-Step 8 Preset Operational Speed Jog Jog Operation Operating DC Braking, Frequency Limit, Frequency Jump, Slip Compensation, PI Control, Stall Operating Function Prevention Frequency Detection Level, Overload Alarm, Stalling, Over Voltage, Under Voltage, Operating Status Inverter Overheat, Run, Stop, Constant Speed, Speed Searching Start Signal Forward, Reverse Programmable Input 6 Programmable Inputs 5 Programmable Outputs: 2 Form A Contact (N.O.) Programmable Programmable Output Fault Contact Output (A, C, B) – 250VAC 1A, 30VDC 1A I/O 3 Open Collector Outputs: 24V, 50mA Analog 4 ~ 20mA Meter RPM, Hz, Current, Voltage (Output Pulse: 500Hz, Output Voltage: 0 ~ 10V) Over Voltage, Under Voltage, Over Current, Inverter Overload, Fuse Open, Ground Inverter Trip Fault, Inverter Overheat, Motor Overheat, Main CPU Error. Protective Stall Prevention Over Current Prevention Functions Less Than 15msec: Continuous Operation Instant Power Loss More Than 15msec: Auto Restart (Programmable) UL Listing: Surrounding Air Ambient Rating 14 °F ~ 113 °F (-10 °C ~ 45 °C Max.), Ambient Temp. CE Certification: 41 °F ~ 104 °F (5 °C ~ 40 °C) Storage Temp. -4 °F ~ 149 °F (-20 °C ~ 65 °C) Operating Humidity 90% RH Max. (Non-Condensing), CE Certification: 5 ~85% (Non-Condensing) 2 Conditions Altitude / Vibration Below 3,300ft (1,000m) / Below 5.9m/sec (0.6g) Air Pressure 86 ~ 106kPa Application Site No Corrosive Gas, Combustible Gas, Oil Mist, or Dust Cooling Method Forced Air Cooling Enclosure IP00 6 Inter National Standards CE Certified, UL Listed (UL508C) 6 UL508C: UL Standard for Safety for Power Conversion Equipment. UL File E124949. UL listing is available only for 380~460V Class drives. 8 CHAPTER 1 - INSTALLATION 1.1 Inspection Inspect the inverter for any damage that may have occurred during shipping. Check the nameplate on the inverter. Verify the inverter unit is the correct one for the application. The numbering system for the inverter is as shown below. SV iH 037 4U (380V) LS Inverter Constant Torque Series Name Input Voltage 380V AC Input Motor Capacity 2 : 200 ~ 230V (±10%) (50/60Hz) 4 : 380 ~ 460V (±10%) (50/60Hz) 1.2 Environmental Conditions Verify ambient condition for the mounting location. - Ambient temperature should not be below 14ºF (-10ºC) or exceed 104ºF (40ºC). - Relative humidity should be less than 90% (non-condensing). - Altitude should be below 3,300ft (1,000m). Do not mount the inverter in direct sunlight and isolate it from excessive vibration. If the inverter is going to be installed in an environment with high probability of penetration of dust, it must be located inside watertight electrical boxes, in order to get the suitable IP degree. 1.3 Mounting The inverter must be mounted vertically with sufficient horizontal and vertical space between adjacent equipment (A= Over 20" (500mm), B= Over 8" (200mm)). A B B A 9 Chapter 1 - Installation 1.4 Other Precautions Do not carry the inverter by the front cover. Do not install the inverter in a location where excessive vibration is present. Be cautious when installing on presses or moving equipment. The life span of the inverter is greatly affected by the ambient temperature. Install in a location where temperature are within permissible limits (- 10 ~ 40 ?). The inverter operates at high-temperatures - install on a non-combustible surface. Do not install the inverter in high-temperature or high-humidity locations. Do not install the inverter in a location where oil mist, combustible gas, or dust is present. Install the inverter in a clean location or in an enclosed panel, free of foreign substance. When installing the inverter inside a panel with multiple inverters or a ventilation fan, use caution. If installed incorrectly, the ambient temperature may exceed specified limits. Panel Panel Ventilating fan Inverter Inverter Inverter Inverter Cooling fan GOOD (O) BAD (X) GOOD (O) BAD (X) [When installing several inverters in a panel] [When installing a ventilating fan in a panel] Install the inverter using screws or bolts to insure the inverter is firmly fastened. 10 Chapter 1 - Installation 1.5 Dimensions Unit: mm (inch) VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVE SV030iH-2U SV037iH-2U SV030iH-4U SV037iH-4U STARVERT-iH VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVE SV045iH-2U SV055iH-2U STARVERT-iH 11 Chapter 1 - Installation VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVE SV045iH-4U SV055iH-4U SV075iH-4U STARVERT-iH STARVERT-IH VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVE SV090iH-4U SV110iH-4U STARVERT-iH 12 Chapter 1 - Installation VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVE SV132iH-4U SV160iH-4U STARVERT-iH VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVE SV220iH-4U STARVERT-iH 13 Chapter 1 - Installation 1.6 Basic Wiring Dynamic Braking Unit (Optional) DB Unit(Optional) DB Resitor 3 DC Bus Choke (Optional) P N B1 B2 DC Bus Choke DB Resistor MCCB(OPTION) P1 P2 N U 3 ? R MOTOR V 230/460 V S W 50/60 Hz T G( ) G( ) + Output Frequency Meter FM FM Forward Run/Stop (0~10V pulse) FX + Reverse Run/Stop Output Voltage/Current LM RX LM Meter(0~10V pulse) Inverter Disable BX Fault Reset Common for CM RST FM,LM Multi-function Input 1 P1 Multi-function Input 2 IO Analog output P2 (4 ~ 20mA) Multi-function Input 3 CM Factory Setting: P3 Multi-speed and Multi-function Input 4 Muti-acc/dec time P4 (NO) A Fault output relay Multi-function Input 5 P5 less than AC250V, 1A C Multi-function Input 6 less than DC30V, 1A P6 (NC) B Common Terminal CM Multi-function output relay1 1A less than AC250V, 1A less than DC30V, 1A Shielded sheath 1B Factory setting: ‘COMM’ connection Multi-function output relay2 2A less than AC250V, 1A Potentiometer less than DC30V, 1A 2B (10 kohm, 1/2W) Factory setting: ‘COMM’ Power supply for VR speed signal: + 12V, 10mA Multi-function output 1 Factory setting: ‘STEP_L’ Speed signal input: V1 0 ~ 10V OC1 Multi-function output 2 Speed signal input: I Factory setting: ‘STEP_M’ 4 ~20mA (250ohm) Open OC2 Collector Common for CM 24V, 50mA VR, V1, I Multi-function output 3 *2 Speed signal Input Factory setting: ‘STEP_H’ OC3 Common for Multi-function outputs EG Note) Main Circuit Terminals Control Circuit Terminals. 1. Analog speed command may be set by Voltage, Current or both.. 2. When installing the DC Reactor, the Common Busbar between P1 and P2 must be removed. 14 Chapter 1 - Installation 1.7 Power Terminals SV045, 055iH-2U R S T G U V W P1 P2 N SV030, 037iH-2U, SV030, 037, 045, 055, 075iH-4U R S T G U V W P1 P2 N SV090, 110, 132, 160, 220iH-4U R S T G U V W P1 P2 N Symbols Functions R AC Line Voltage Input S (3 Phase, 200 ~ 230VAC or 380 ~ 460VAC) T G Earth Ground P1 Positive DC Bus Terminal External DC Reactor (P1-P2) and DB Unit (P2-P1) Connection Terminals P2 Negative DC Bus Terminal N 1 DB Unit (N-N ) Connection Terminal U 3-Phase Power Output Terminals to Motor V (3 Phase, 200 ~ 230VAC or 380 ~ 460VAC) W “Suitable for use on a circuit capable of delivering not more than 10,000 rms symmetrical amperes, 240 volts maximum for 230V class models and 480 volts maximum for 460V class models.” 1 This N terminal is provided on optional Dynamic Braking Unit. (Refer to DB Unit Manual for detail terminal configuration) 15 Chapter 1 - Installation 1.7.1 Field Wiring Terminals 1) Use copper wires only with 600V, 75? ratings 2) Tightening torque of power terminal blocks Wire Inverter Terminal Screw Screw Torque mm² AWG Capacity Size (Kgf·cm)/lb-in R,S,T U,V,W R,S,T U,V,W 30kW M8 100/70 60 60 1/0 1/0 200V 37kW M8 100/70 60 60 1/0 1/0 Class 45kW M10 300/210 100 100 4/0 4/0 55kW M10 300/210 100 100 4/0 4/0 30kW M8 100/70 22 22 4 4 37kW M8 100/70 22 22 4 4 45kW M8 100/70 38 38 2 2 55kW M8 100/70 38 38 2 2 400V 75kW M8 100/70 60 60 1/0 1/0 Class 90kW M10 300/210 60 60 1/0 1/0 110kW M10 300/210 80 80 3/0 3/0 132kW M10 300/210 100 100 4/0 4/0 160kW M10 300/210 100 100 4/0 4/0 4/0×2 4/0×2 220kW M10 300/210 200 200 * Apply the rated torque to terminal screws. Loose screws can cause of short circuit or malfunction. Tightening the screws too much can damage the terminals and cause a short circuit or malfunction. * Use copper wires only with 600V, 75? ratings. 3) Input and motor output terminal blocks are intended only for use with ring type connectors. 16 Chapter 1 - Installation 1.7.2 Terminal Configuration A Dynamic Braking Unit or a DC Bus Choke or both of them may be added to iH series inverters. Jumper Between P1 and P2 Must Be Removed In Order ! To Install a DC Bus Choke. R S T G U V W P1 P2 N 3 Phase Motor Power Input Refer to DB Unit Manual for Dynamic detailed terminal configuration Braking Unit DC Bus Choke Dynamic Braking Resistor Fig. 1 – Type C Dynamic Braking Unit, DC Bus Choke Installation WARNING Normal stray capacitance between the inverter chassis and the power devices inside the inverter and AC line can provide a high impedance shock hazard. Refrain from applying power to the inverter if the inverter frame (Power terminal G) is not grounded. 17 Chapter 1 - Installation 1.7.3 Wiring Power Terminals Wiring Precautions The internal circuits of the inverter will be damaged if the incoming power is connected and applied to output terminals (U, V, W). Use ring terminals with insulated caps when wiring the input power and motor wiring. Do not leave wire fragments inside the inverter. Wire fragments can cause faults, breakdowns, and malfunctions. For input and output, use wires with sufficient size to ensure voltage drop of less than 2%. Motor torque may drop of operating at low frequencies and a long wire run between inverter and motor. Do not use a 3-wire cable for long distances. Due to increased leakage capacitance between wires, over-current protective feature may operate or equipment connected to the output side may malfunction. Never short between B1 and B2 terminals of the inverter. The main circuit of the inverter contains high frequency noise, and can hinder communication equipment near the inverter. To reduce noise, install line noise filters on the input side of the inverter. Do not use power factor capacitor, surge killers, or RFI filters on the output side of the inverter. Doing so may damage these components. Always check whether the LCD and the charge lamp for the power terminal are OFF before wiring terminals. The charge capacitor may hold high-voltage even after the power is disconnected. Use caution to prevent the possibility of personal injury. Grounding The inverter is a high switching device, and leakage current may flow. Ground the inverter to avoid electrical shock. Use caution to prevent the possibility of personal injury. Connect only to the dedicated ground terminal of the inverter. Do not use the case or the chassis screw for grounding. The protective earth conductor must be the first one in being connected and the last one in being disconnected. Grounding wire should be at least the size listed in the following table and be as short as possible. Grounding wire dimensions, AWG (mm ²) Motor Capacity 200V Class 400VClass 30 ~ 37kW 4 (22) 6 (14) 45 ~ 75kW 2 (38) 4 (22) 90 ~ 132kW - 2 (38) 160 ~ 280kW - 1/0 (60) 18 Chapter 1 - Installation Power and Motor Connection R S T G U V W P1 P2 N 3 Phase Motor Power Input Power supply must be connected Motor should be connected to the to the R, S, and T terminals. U, V, and W terminals. Connecting it to the U, V, and W If the forward command (FX) is on, terminals causes internal damages the motor should rotate counter to the inverter. Arranging the phase clockwise when viewed from the load sequence is not necessary. side of the motor. If the motor rotates in the reverse, switch the U and V terminals. 19 Chapter 1 - Installation 1.8 Control Terminals 1A 1B 2A 2B OC1 OC2 EG RST FX RX BX CM VR V1 V2 IO A C B OC3 CM P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 CM I FM LM CM Type Symbol Name Description Multi-Function input P1 ~ P6 Used for Multi-Function Input Terminal. 1 ~ 6 FX Forward Run Command Forward Run When Closed and Stopped When Open. RX Reverse Run Command Reverse Run When Closed and Stopped When Open. When the BX Signal is ON the Output of the Inverter is Turned Off. When Motor uses an Electrical Brake to Stop, BX is used to Turn Off the Output BX Emergency Stop Signal. When BX Signal is OFF (Not Turned Off by Latching) and FX Signal ! (or RX Signal) is ON, Motor continues to Run. RST Fault Reset Used for Fault Reset. CM Sequence Common Common Terminal for Contact Inputs. Frequency Setting Power Used as Power for Analog Frequency Setting. Maximum Output is +12V, VR (+10V) 10mA. V1 Frequency Reference Used for 0-10V Input Frequency Reference. Input Resistance is 20 K? V2 (Voltage) Frequency Reference Used for 4-20mA Input Frequency Reference. Input Resistance is 250 ? I (Current) Frequency Setting Common CM Common Terminal for Analog Frequency Setting Terminal Frequency Output Outputs PWM signal according to inverter Output Frequency. Maximum FM (For External Monitoring) Output Voltage and Output Current are 0-12V and 1mA. Outputs One of the Following: Output Current, Output Voltage. Default is set Current/Voltage Output LM to Output Voltage. Maximum Output Voltage and Output Current are 0-12V (For External Monitoring) and 1mA. Output Frequency is Set at 1.8kHz. Frequency Output IO Outputs Analog Signal according to inverter Output Frequency. (4 ~ 2-mA) Activates when Protective Function is Operating. AC250V, 1A or less; DC30V, 1A or less. A, C, B Fault Output Relay Fault: 30A-30C Closed (30B-30C Open) Normal: 30B-30C Closed (30A-30C Open) 1A-1B, Multi-Function Output Relay 1 Use after Defining Multi-Function Output Terminal. AC250V, 1A or less; 2A-2B and 2 (AUX1, AUX2) DC30V, 1A or less. CO1, OC2, Multi-Function Open Collector Use after Defining Multi-Function Output Terminal. DC24V, 50mA OC3 Output Multi0Function Open Collector EG Ground Terminal for OC1, OC2, OC3. Output Common Terminal 20 Output signal Input signal Contact Analog Pulse Analog Frequency Setting Starting Contact Function Select Chapter 1 - Installation 1.8.1 Wiring Control Terminals Wiring Precautions CM and EG terminals are insulated to each other. Do not connect these terminals with each other and do not connect these terminals to the power ground. Use shielded wires or twisted wires for control circuit wiring, and separate these wires from the main power circuits and other high voltage circuits. Use 1.25mm²(22AWG) stranded cables for control terminal connection. Control Circuit Terminal The control input terminal of the control circuit is ON when the circuit is configured to the current flows out of the terminal, as shown in the following illustration. CM terminal is the common terminal for the contact input signals. Resistor 24 VDC Current FX Resistor RX CM External Sequence Inverter Circuitry CAUTION Do not apply voltage to any control input terminals (FX, RX, P1~P3, BX, RST, FM, LM, IO, CM etc). 21 CHAPTER 2 - OPERATION The iH series inverter has three parameter groups separated according to their function, as indicated in the following table. 2.1 Parameter Groups LCD Keypad Group (Upper Left Description Corner) Command Frequency, Accel/Decel Time Etc. Drive Group DRV Basic Parameters Maximum Frequency, Amount of Torque Boost, Etc. Function Group FUN Basic Related Parameters Input/Output Multi-Function Terminal Settings. I/O Group Parameters Needed for Sequence Operation Refer to the function descriptions in Chapter 5 for detailed description of each group. 22 Chapter 2 - Operation 2.2 Display The LCD keypad can display up to 32 alphanumeric characters. Various settings can be checked directly from the display. The keypad is fully upload and download capable. The following is an illustration of the keypad The Program Button is used to go into programming mode to 32 Character, back lit, change data. LCD display. The backlight is adjustable. The Enter Button is used to enter changed data within a parameter. The Mode Button moves through the three program groups: DRV, This button is used to FUN and I/O move cursor across display in programming mode. The Up and Down Arrows are used to The Forward Run move through and Button blinks when the change data. drive Accels or Decels. The Reverse Run The Stop Button blinks Button blinks when the when there is a fault. drive Accels or Decels. The Reset Button is used to reset Faults. 2.3 Alpha-numerical Display Run/Stop method selection Manual mode is selected Source of reference frequency Parameter group DRV? Manual K/K 00 FWD 60.00 Hz Parameter code Drive output frequency during run, Otherwise display command frequency Direction of rotation 23 Chapter 2 - Operation 2.4 Procedure of Setting Data To change command frequency from 30.00Hz to 45.50Hz: Press PROG key and the cursor appears on the DRV? Manual K/K PROG lowest digit. 00 REV 30.00 Hz 0 Press LEFT key once to move digit. DRV? Manual K/K 00 REV 30.00 Hz 0 Press UP key 5 times. DRV? Manual K/K 00 REV 30.50 Hz 5 Press SHIFT key once to shift the cursor to next DRV? Manual K/K digit. 00 REV 30.50 Hz 0 Press UP key 5 times. DRV? Manual K/K 00 REV 35.50 Hz 5 Press SHIFT key once to shift the cursor to next DRV? Manual K/K digit. 00 REV 35.50 Hz 3 Press UP key once to make 4. DRV? Manual K/K 00 REV 45.50 Hz 4 Press ENTER key to store new value. DRV? Manual K/K ENTER 00 REV 45.50 Hz The same procedure is applied to all other parameters. While the drive is running, the output frequency can be changed to a new command frequency. ? Note: Some parameters cannot be changed while the inverter is running (refer to the function table in Chapter 4) 24 Chapter 2 - Operation 2.5 Parameter Navigation In any of the parameter groups, users may jump to a specific parameter code by following these steps: Select a parameter group that requires a change. At the beginning of each program group the menu will read [Jump Code]. Press the [PROG] key. Enter the code number of the parameter needing to be changed, then press [ENTER] key. There is no jump code for [Drive Group]. Drive Group Function Group I/O Group MODE DRV? Manual K/K FUN? Jump Code I/O? Jump Code MODE MODE 00 FWD 60.00 Hz 00 41 00 1 ¡ ^ ¡ ^ ¡ ^ MODE MODE MODE DRV? Acc. time FUN? Freq. set I/O? P1 input 01 Key 01 SPD_L 01 30.0 sec ¡ ^ ¡ ^ ¡ ^ MODE MODE MODE DRV? Dec. time FUN?Run/stop set I/O? P2 input 02 Key 02 SPD_M 02 30.0 sec ¡ ^ ¡ ^ ¡ ^ MODE MODE MODE FUN?Run prohibit I/O? P3 input DRV? Current 03 x.x A 03 None 03 SPD_H ¡ ^ ¡ ^ ¡ ^ MODE MODE MODE DRV? Speed FUN? Freq. max I/O? P4 input 04 xxxrpm 04 60.00 Hz 04 ACCT_L ¡ ^ ¡ ^ ¡ ^ MODE MODE MODE DRV? Power FUN? Freq. base I/O? P5 input 05 57.5kW 05 60.00 Hz 5 ACCT_M ¡ ^ MODE DRV? Fault 06 No fault ¡ ^ ¡ ^ MODE MODE FUN? Para. lock I/O?DN: In Inst 98 0 65 Instance 70 25 Chapter 2 - Operation 2.6 Operation Method The iH has several operation methods as shown below. Operation Method Function Function Setting Operation using keypad Run/Stop command and frequency are set only through FUN 01: Key the keypad. FUN 02: Key Operation using Control Closing FX or RX terminal performs Run/Stop. FUN 01: Terminal Terminals Frequency reference is set through V1 or I terminal. FUN 02: Terminal-1 or Terminal-2 Operation using both Run/Stop is performed by the keypad. FUN 01: Terminal Keypad and Control Frequency reference is set through the V1 or I terminal. FUN 02: Key Terminals Closing FX or RX terminal performs Run/Stop. FUN 01: Key Frequency reference is set through the keypad. FUN 02: Terminal-1 or Terminal-2 Option Operation using RS485 communication between FUN 01: Remote inverter and computer. FUN 02: Remote I/O 48: RS485 Operation using ModBus RTU communication between FUN 01: Remote inverter and PLC. FUN 02: Remote I/O 48: ModBus RTU Operation using FNet communication between inverter FUN 01: Remote and computer. FUN 02: Remote I/O 48: Fnet Operation using Device Net communication between FUN 01: Remote inverter and computer. FUN 02: Remote I/O 48: Device Net 26 CHAPTER 3 - QUICK- START PROCEDURES These Quick-Start Up instructions are for those applications where: The user wants to get the iH inverter started quickly The factory-preset values are suitable for the user application The factory-preset values are shown on the ‘Chapter 4 - Parameter List’. The iH inverter is configured to operate a motor at 60Hz (base frequency). If the application requires coordinated control with other controllers, it is recommended the user become familiar with all parameters and features of the inverter before applying AC power. 1. Mounting the inverter (mount the inverter as described in ‘1.3 Mounting’) Install in a clean, dry location Allow a sufficient clearance around top and sides of inverter The ambient temperature should not exceed 40°C (104°F) If two or more inverters are installed in an enclosure, add additional cooling 2. Wiring the inverter (connect wiring as described in ‘1.7 Power Terminals’) AC power should be turned OFF Verify the AC power matches the nameplate voltage 27 Chapter 3 – Quick-Start Procedures 3.1 Operation Using Keypad 1. Apply AC power. DRV? Manual K/K 2. If the message of DRV 00 is ‘Manual K/K’, go to step 11. 00 FWD 0.00 Hz FUN? Jump code 3. Press the [PROG] key to display function group. MODE 00 41 FUN? Freq. set 4. Press the UP-arrow key to display FUN 01. 01 Terminal FUN? Freq. set 5. Press the [PROG] key to enter into the program mode. PROG 01 Terminal FUN? Freq. set 6. Using arrow keys, select ‘Key”, then press the [ENTER] key. 01 Key ENTER FUN?Run/stop set 7. Press UP-arrow key to display FUN 02. 02 Terminal-1 FUN?Run/stop set 8. Press [PROG] key to enter into the program mode. PROG 02 Terminal-1 FUN?Run/stop set 9. Using arrow keys, select ‘Key’, then press the [ENTER] key. 02 Key ENTER DRV? Manual K/K 10. Press the [MODE] key repeatedly until DRV 00 is displayed. MODE 00 FWD 0.00 Hz 28 Chapter 3 – Quick-Start Procedures 11. Set the frequency reference by pressing the [PROG] key. Using PROG arrow keys, change the data to 5.00 Hz. Press the [ENTER] key. DRV? Manual K/K ENTER 00 FWD 0.00 Hz 5 DRV? Acc. time 12. Press UP-arrow key to display DRV 01. Change the acceleration 01 30.0sec time by pressing the [PROG], arrow and [ENTER] keys. PROG ENTER 13. Press the UP-arrow key to display DRV 02. Change the DRV? Dec. time 02 30.0sec Deceleration time by pressing the [PROG], arrow and [ENTER] keys. PROG ENTER FWD The FWD LED starts blinking. 14. Press the [FWD] key to run motor in the forward direction. REV The REV LED starts blinking. 15. Press the [REV] key to run motor in the reverse direction. STOP The STOP LED starts blinking. 16. Press the [STOP] key to stop motor. 29 Chapter 3 – Quick-Start Procedures 3.2 Operation Using Control Terminal – External Start, Stop and Speed Reference DRV? Manual T/T 1. Confirm ‘Manual T/T’ in DRV 00. 00 FWD 60.00 Hz FUN? Freq. set 2. If different, as in section 3.1 of this chapter, select 01 Terminal ‘Terminal’ in FUN 01 and ‘Terminal-1’ or Terminal-2’ FUN?Run/stop set in FUN 02. 02 Terminal-1 FUN? V-I mode 3. Install a potentiometer on terminals V1, VR and CM 20 V as shown right below. Select ‘V1’ in FUN 20 to control the speed by potentiometer alone. 10 ?, 1/2 W EG RST FX RX BX CM VR V1 V2 IO P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 CM I FM LM CM 4. Set a frequency reference using the potentiometer. Make sure to observe the set value in DRV 00. 5. When a ‘4 - 20mA’ current source is used as the FUN? V-I mode 20 I frequency reference, use terminal I and CM. Select ‘I’ in FUN 20 to control the speed by the current source alone. EG RST FX RX BX CM VR V1 V2 IO P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 CM I FM LM CM 4 - 20mA 6. To run the motor in the forward direction, close the [FX] terminal to the [CM] terminal. 7. To run the motor in the reverse direction, close the [RX] terminal to the [CM] terminal. 30 Chapter 3 – Quick-Start Procedures Output Frequency Output Frequency Time Time FX-CM FX-CM ON ON Time Time RX-CM RX-CM O N O N Time Time [FUN 02 - ‘Terminal-1’ Operation] [FUN 02 - ‘Terminal-2’ Operation] 31 Chapter 3 – Quick-Start Procedures 3.3 Operation Using Both Keypad and Control Terminals 3.3.1 Frequency Set by External Source and Run/Stop Set by Keypad DRV? Manual K/T 1. Confirm ‘Manual K/T’ in DRV 00. 00 FWD 60.00 Hz FUN? Freq. set 2. If different, as in section 3.1 of this chapter, select 01 Terminal ‘Terminal’ in FUN 01 and ‘Key’ in FUN 02. FUN?Run/stop set 02 Key FUN? V-I mode 3. Install a potentiometer to terminals V1, VR and CM. 20 V1 Select ‘V1’ in FUN 20 to control the speed by the potentiometer alone. 10 ?, 1/2 W EG RST FX RX BX CM VR V1 V2 IO P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 CM I FM LM CM 4. Set a frequency reference using the potentiometer. Make sure to observe the set value in DRV 00. 5. When a ‘4 - 20mA’ current source is used as the FUN? V-I mode 20 I frequency reference, use terminals I and CM. Select ‘I’ in FUN 20 to control the speed by the current source alone. EG RST FX RX BX CM VR V1 V2 IO P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 CM I FM LM CM 6. To run the motor in the forward direction, press 4 - 20mA the [FWD] key. 7. To run the motor in the reverse direction, press the [REV] key. 8. To stop the motor, press the [STOP] key. 32 Chapter 3 – Quick-Start Procedures 3.3.2 Frequency Set by Keypad and Run/Stop by External Source DRV? Manual T/K 1. Confirm ‘Manual T/K’ in DRV 00. 00 FWD 60.00 Hz FUN? Freq. set 2. If different, as in section 3.1 of this chapter, select 01 Key ‘Key’ in FUN 01 and ‘Terminal-1’ or Terminal-2’ FUN?Run/stop set in FUN 02. 02 Terminal-1 DRV? Manual T/K 3. Set a frequency reference in DRV 00. 00 FWD 60.00 Hz PROG ENTER 4. To run the motor in the forward direction, close the [FX] terminal to the [CM] terminal. EG RST FX RX BX CM VR V1 V2 IO P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 CM I FM LM CM 5. To run the motor in the forward direction, close the [RX] terminal to the [CM] terminal. 33 Chapter 3 – Quick-Start Procedures Blank Page 34 CHAPTER 4 - PARAMETER LIST 4.1 Drive Group Adj. Code Description Factory Keypad Display Setting Range Units During Page [DRV] Drive Group Default Run Output Frequency (During Run) or Cmd. Freq 00 0 to FUN 04 0.01 0.00 [Hz] Yes 43 Reference Frequency (During Stop) Acc. time 01 Acceleration Time 0 to 6000 [sec] 0.1 30 [sec] Yes 43 Dec. time 02 Deceleration Time 0 to 6000 [sec] 0.1 60 [sec] Yes 43 Current 03 Output Current The Load Current in RMS - - [A] - 43 04 Output Speed Speed - - [rpm] - 43 The Motor Speed in RPM Power 05 Output Power Display Inverter Output Power - - [kW] - 43 Fault 06 Fault Display - - - - 43 4.2 Function Group Adj. Code Description Factory During Keypad Display Setting Range Units Page [FUN] Function Group Default Run Jump Code 00 Jump to Desired Code # 1 to 98 1 41 Yes 45 Key, 01 Frequency Setting Mode Freq. set Terminal, - Key No 45 Remote Key, Terminal-1, Run/stop set 02 Run / Stop Mode Selection - Key No 45 Terminal-2, Remote None, 03 Run Prevention Run prohibit FWD disable, - None No 46 REV disable Maximum Frequency Output Freq. max 04 40 to 400 [Hz] 0.01 60 [Hz] No 46 Set Point 05 Base Frequency Freq. base 40 to FUN 04 0.01 60 [Hz] No 46 Freq. start 06 Starting Frequency 0.5 to 5[Hz] 0.01 0.5 [Hz] No 46 Hold time 07 Starting Frequency Hold Time 0 to 10 [sec] 0.1 0.0 [sec] Yes 47 Linear, 2.0 (Squared), V/F pattern 08 Volts / Hz Pattern - Linear No 47 User, Auto 09 Torque Boost in Forward Direction Fwd boost 0 to 20 [%] 1 2 [%] No 48 Rev boost 10 Torque Boost in Reverse Direction 0 to 20 [%] 1 2 [%] No 48 Linear, 11 Acceleration Pattern Acc. pattern - Linear No 49 S-Curve, U-curve Linear, Dec. pattern 12 Deceleration Pattern S-Curve, - Linear No 49 U-Curve 13 Output Voltage Adjustment Volt control 40 to 110 [%] 1 100 [%] No 49 35 Chapter 4 - Parameter List Adj. Code Description Factory Keypad Display Setting Range Units During Page [FUN] Function Group Default Run Energy save 14 Energy Savings Level 70 to 100 [%] 1 100 [%] Yes 50 Decel, 15 Stop Mode Selection Stop mode DCBR, - Decel No 50 Free Run User-1f 16 User V/F - Frequency 1 0 to 30 [Hz] 0.01 10.00 [Hz] No 51 17 User V/F - Voltage 1 User-1v 0 to 50 [%] 1 15 [%] No 51 FUN 16 to User-2f 18 User V/F - Frequency 2 1 30.00 [Hz] No 51 FUN 04 User-2v 19 User V/F - Voltage 2 FUN 17 to 100 [%] 1 50 [%] No 51 V1, I, V-I mode 20 Analog Speed Input Selection - V1 No 51 V1 + I, V2 21 Analog Speed Input Filter Gain Filter gain 1 to 100 [%] 1 25 [%] Yes 52 Analog gain 22 Analog Speed Input Gain 50 to 250 [%] 0.1 100.0 [%] Yes 52 23 Analog Speed Input Bias Analog bias 0 to 200 [%] 0.1 100.0 [%] Yes 52 Direct, Analog dir 24 Analog Speed Input Direction - Direct Yes 52 Invert No, 25 Frequency Limit Selection Freq. limit - No No 54 Yes F-limit high 26 Frequency High Limit Selection 0 to FUN 04 0.01 60.00 [Hz] No 54 F-limit low 27 Frequency Low Limit Selection 0 to FUN 26 0.01 0.00 [Hz] No 54 No, Freq. jump 28 Jump Frequency Selection - No No 54 Yes 29 Jump Frequency 1 Freq-jump 1f 0 to FUN 04 0.01 10.00 [Hz] No 54 Freq-jump 2f 30 Jump Frequency 2 0 to FUN 04 0.01 20.00 [Hz] No 54 Freq-jump 3f 31 Jump Frequency 3 0 to FUN 04 0.01 30.00 [Hz] No 54 Freq. band 32 Jump Frequency Bandwidth 0 to 30 [Hz] 0.01 5.00 [Hz] No 54 33 DC Injection Braking Frequency DC-br freq 0 to 60 [Hz] 0.01 0.50 [Hz] No 55 DC Injection Braking On-Delay DC-br block 34 0.5 to 5 [sec] 0.1 2 [sec] No 55 Time DC-br time 35 DC Injection Braking Time 0.1 to 25 [sec] 0.1 0.5 [sec] No 55 DC-br value 36 DC Injection Braking Voltage 1 to 20 [%] 1 1 [%] No 55 No, 37 Slip Compensation Slip compen. - No No 56 Yes Rated slip 38 Rated Motor Slip 0 to 5 [Hz] 0.01 0.00 [Hz] No 56 1 M-rated cur. 39 Rated Motor Current (RMS) 0.1 to 999 [A] 0.1 103.0 [A] No 56 No-load cur. 40 No Load Motor Current in RMS 0.1 to 300 [A] 0.1 0.1 [A] No 56 SV030iH-2U SV037iH-2U 2 ··· 41 Inverter Capacity Inv Capacity - SV030iH-2 No 56 ··· SV315iH-4U 1 Default value will depend on the inverter capacity. 2 FUN 41 is set at its inverter capacity before shipping outside. However, inverter loses its capacity after parameter initialization in FUN 97. If the parameters are initialized, be sure to re-set the inverter capacity to the right capacity. 36 Chapter 4 - Parameter List Adj. Code Description Factory Keypad Display Setting Range Units During Page [FUN] Function Group Default Run SV375iH-4U 42 Number of Auto Restart attempt Retry number 0 to 10 1 0 Yes 56 Retry time 43 Delay Time Before Auto Restart 0 to 10 [sec] 1 1 [sec] Yes 56 Retry 0, All Trips, 44 Fault Output Relay (A, C, B) Relay mode - Retry 0 Yes 57 LV + Retry 0, LV + All Trips None, Acc, Steady, Acc + Steady, Stall mode 45 Stall Prevention Mode Dec, - None Yes 57 Acc + Dec, Dec + Steady, Acc + Dec+ Steady CT: 30 to 150 [%] 1 150 [%] Yes 46 Stall Prevention Level Stall level 57 VT: 30 to 110 [%] 1 110 [%] Yes CT: 30 to 150 [%] 1 150 [%] Yes 47 Overload Warning Level OL level 58 VT: 30 to 110 [%] 1 110 [%] Yes 48 Overload Warning Hold Time OL time 1 to 30 [sec] 1 10 [sec] Yes 58 CT: 30 to 200 [sec] 1 160 [%] Yes OC lim level 49 Over Current Trip Limit Level 59 VT: 30 to 150 [sec] 1 110 [%] Yes OC lim. Time 50 Over Current Limit Time 0 to 60 [sec] 0.1 60 [sec] Yes 59 ETH select 51 Electronic Thermal Selection No, Yes - No Yes 59 ETH level 52 Electronic Thermal Level 110 to 150 [%] 1 150 [%] Yes 59 Electronic Thermal Characteristic General, 53 Motor type - General Yes 59 (Motor Type) Selection Special Pole number 54 Number of Motor Poles 2 to 12 1 4 Yes 60 IPF (Instant Power Failure) No, 55 IPF select - No Yes 61 Restart Selection Yes SS acc. time 56 Speed Search Acceleration Time 0.1 to 600 [sec] 0.1 5 [sec] Yes 61 57 Speed Search Deceleration Time SS dec. Time 0.1 to 600 [sec] 0.1 10 [sec] Yes 61 SS gain 58 Speed Search Gain 0 to 200 [%] 1 100 [%] Yes 61 No, 59 Restart after Fault Reset Selection RST-restart - No Yes 61 Yes No, Power on st 60 Restart after Power-On Selection - No Yes 62 Yes 3 Carrier Freq 61 Carrier Frequency 2 to 10 [kHz] 1 6 [kHz] No 62 3 Carrier Frequency according to the Inverter Capacity (The Carrier Frequency is set to 3kHz for VT Rating) Inverter Setting Factory Inverter Setting Factory Range Default Range Default SV030iH-2U 2 to 10 6kHz SV075iH-4U 2 to 7 6kHz SV037iH-2U 2 to 10 6kHz SV090iH-4U 2 to 6 6kHz SV045iH-2U 2 to 8 6kHz SV110iH-4U 2 to 6 6kHz 37 Chapter 4 - Parameter List Adj. Code Description Factory Keypad Display Setting Range Units During Page [FUN] Function Group Default Run No, PI-control 62 PI Control Selection - No No 63 Yes 63 PI Proportional Gain P-gain 1 to 30000 1 10 Yes 63 I-gain 64 PI Integral Gain 1 to 30000 1 50 Yes 63 PI-fb select 65 PI Feedback Selection I, V1, V2 - I No 63 PI-fb filt. G 66 PI Feedback Filter Gain 1 to 100 [%] 1 25 [%] Yes 63 67 PI Feedback Gain PI-fb gain 50 to 250 [%] 0.1 100.0 [%] Yes 63 PI-fb bias 68 PI Feedback Bias 0 to 200 [%] 0.1 100.0 [%] Yes 63 Direct, 69 PI Feedback Direction PI-fb dir - Direct No 63 Invert I_term scale 70 PI I Gain Scale 1 to 100 [%] 1 100 [%] Yes 63 Direct, 71 PI Controller Error Direction PI error dir - Direct No 63 Invert Regul bypass 72 PI Control Bypass No, Yes - No No 63 Constant Trq, Constant 4 94 CT/VT Selection CT/VT - No 64 Variable Trq Trq Read Parameters into Keypad No, Para. Read 95 - No No 64 from Drive Yes Write Parameters to Drive No, 96 Para. Write - No No 64 from Keypad Yes Initialize Parameters to Factory No, Para. Init 97 - No No 64 Default Settings Yes Para. Lock 98 Parameter Write Protection 0 to 255 1 0 Yes 64 SV055iH-2U 2 to 8 6kHz SV132iH-4U 2 to 5 5kHz SV030iH-4U 2 to 10 6kHz SV160iH-4U 2 to 4 4kHz SV037iH-4U 2 to 10 6kHz SV220iH-4U 2 to 4 4kHz SV045iH-4U 2 to 8 6kHz SV315iH-4U 2 to 4 4kHz SV055iH-4U 2 to 8 6kHz SV375iH-4U 2 to 4 4kHz 4 VT is available only for 400V class inverter. 38 Chapter 4 - Parameter List 4.3 I/O Group Adj. Code Description Factory Keypad Display Setting Range Units During Page [I/O] Function Group Default Run Jump Code 00 Jump to Desired Code # 1 to 65 1 1 Yes 65 SPD_L, 01 Multi-function Input 1 (P1 terminal) P1 Input - SPD_L No 65 SPD_M, SPD_H, JOG, 02 Multi-function Input 2 (P2 terminal) P2 Input - SPD_M No 65 ACCT_L, ACCT_M, 03 Multi-function Input 3 (P3 terminal) P3 Input - SPD_H No 65 ACCT_H, UP, DOWN, 04 Multi-function Input 4 (P4 terminal) P4 Input - ACCT_L No 65 HOLD, DIS_OPT, 05 Multi-function Input 5 (P5 terminal) P5 Input - ACCT_M No 65 COMM_CONN, EXT_DCBR, EXT_TRIP 06 Multi-function Input 6 (P6 terminal) P6 Input - ACCT_H No 65 FST_LO, OC1 Output 07 Multi-function Output 1 (OC1 terminal) - STEP_L No 68 FST_HI, FDT_HI, FDT_PULSE, 08 Multi-function Output 2 (OC2 terminal) OC2 Output - STEP_M No 68 FDT_BAND, OL, OC3 Output 09 Multi-function Output 3 (OC3 terminal) - STEP_H No 68 STALL, LV, Multi-function Output 4 RUN, AUX1 output 10 - COMM No 68 (Aux.1 Relay term.) COMM, STEP_L, Multi-function Output 5 STEP_M, 11 AUX2 output - COMM No 68 (Aux. 2 Relay term.) STEP_H Jog freq. 12 Jog Frequency 0 to FUN 04 0.01 30.00 [Hz] Yes 72 13 Step Speed 1 Step freq-1 0 to FUN 04 0.01 10.00 [Hz] Yes 72 Step freq-2 14 Step Speed 2 0 to FUN 04 0.01 20.00 [Hz] Yes 72 15 Step Speed 3 Step freq-3 0 to FUN 04 0.01 30.00 [Hz] Yes 72 Step freq-4 16 Step Speed 4 0 to FUN 04 0.01 40.00 [Hz] Yes 72 Step freq-5 17 Step Speed 5 0 to FUN 04 0.01 50.00 [Hz] Yes 72 Step freq-6 18 Step Speed 6 0 to FUN 04 0.01 46.00 [Hz] Yes 72 19 Step Speed 7 Step freq-7 0 to FUN 04 0.01 37.00 [Hz] Yes 72 Acc time-1 20 Acceleration Time 1 0 to 6000 [sec] 0.1 1.0 [sec] Yes 72 21 Deceleration Time 1 Dec time-1 0 to 6000 [sec] 0.1 1.0 [sec] Yes 72 Acc time-2 22 Acceleration Time 2 0 to 6000 [sec] 0.1 2.0 [sec] Yes 72 Dec time-2 23 Deceleration Time 2 0 to 6000 [sec] 0.1 2.0 [sec] Yes 72 Acc time-3 24 Acceleration Time 3 0 to 6000 [sec] 0.1 3.0 [sec] Yes 72 25 Deceleration Time 3 Dec time-3 0 to 6000 [sec] 0.1 3.0 [sec] Yes 72 Acc time-4 26 Acceleration Time 4 0 to 6000 [sec] 0.1 4.0 [sec] Yes 72 27 Deceleration Time 4 Dec time-4 0 to 6000 [sec] 0.1 4.0 [sec] Yes 72 39 Chapter 4 - Parameter List Adj. Code Description Factory Keypad Display Setting Range Units During Page [I/O] Function Group Default Run Acc time-5 28 Acceleration Time 5 0 to 6000 [sec] 0.1 5.0 [sec] Yes 72 29 Deceleration Time 5 Dec time-5 0 to 6000 [sec] 0.1 5.0 [sec] Yes 72 Acc time-6 30 Acceleration Time 6 0 to 6000 [sec] 0.1 6.0 [sec] Yes 72 31 Deceleration Time 6 Dec time-6 0 to 6000 [sec] 0.1 6.0 [sec] Yes 72 Acc time-7 32 Acceleration Time 7 0 to 6000 [sec] 0.1 7.0 [sec] Yes 72 Dec time-7 33 Deceleration Time 7 0 to 6000 [sec] 0.1 7.0 [sec] Yes 72 Output Voltage / Current Meter Voltage, LM meter 34 - Voltage Yes 72 (LM Meter) Selection Current Output Voltage / Current Meter 35 LM adj. 0 to 120 [%] 1 100 [%] Yes 72 (LM Meter) Adjustment (15V Pulse) FM Meter Output Adjustment FM adj. 36 0 to 120 [%] 1 100 [%] Yes 73 (15V Pulse) IO Meter Output Adjustment 37 IO adj. 0 to 120 [%] 1 100 [%] Yes 73 (4 to 20mA) FST-freq. 38 Frequency Steady Level 0 to FUN 04 0.01 0.50 [Hz] No 73 39 Frequency Detection Level FDT-freq. 0 to FUN 04 0.01 60.00 [Hz] No 73 FDT-band 40 Frequency Detection Bandwidth 0 to 30 [Hz] 0.01 1.00 [Hz] No 73 Multiplier Constant for Speed 41 Mul. Factor 0 to 999 1 100 Yes 74 Display in ‘DRV 04’ Divider Constant for Speed Div. factor 42 1 to 999 1 100 Yes 74 Display in ‘DRV 04’ 43 Status of Input Terminals Ter. Input - - - - 74 Ter. Output 44 Status of Output Terminals - - - - 74 S/W version 45 Software Version - - 2.xx - 74 Fault Status, 46 Fault History 1 Last fault 1 - - Yes 74 Freq. at Fault 47 Fault History 2 Last fault 2 - - Yes 74 Current at Fault None , RS485, ModBus RTU, Option 1 48 Option 1 Selection - None No 75 Fnet, Device Net 49 Option 2 Selection Option 2 None, MMC - None No 75 5 Inv. Number 50 Inverter number for Option 1 to 31 1 1 Yes 75 1200, 2400, 51 Baud rate for Option Baud-rate 4800, - 9600 BPS Yes 75 9600, 19200 Comm. Timeout 52 Communication Timeout 0 to 60 [sec] 0.1 10.0 [sec] Yes 75 53 PG Slip Frequency for PG Option PG Slip Freq 0 to 10 [Hz] 0.01 5.00 [Hz] No 76 PG. P-Gain 54 PG-P Gain for PG Option 0 to 225 1 1 Yes 76 55 PG-I Gain for PG Option PG. I-Gain 0 to 225 1 1 Yes 76 PG. F-Gain 56 PG-Filter Gain for PG Option 0 to 225 1 100 Yes 76 Enc pulse 57 Encoder Selection for PG Option 100, - 512 Pulse Yes 76 5 Option related parameters (FUN 50 ~ FUN 61) - Please refer to specific option manual. 40 Chapter 4 - Parameter List Adj. Code Description Factory Keypad Display Setting Range Units During Page [I/O] Function Group Default Run 500, 512, 1000, 1024, 2000, 2048, 4000 None, 58 Digital Input for DI/DA Option DI Mode Freq. 1, - Freq.1 Yes 76 Freq. 2 Freq., DA Mode 59 Analog Output for DI/DA Option Voltage, - Freq. Yes 76 Current DA adj. 60 Analog Output Adjustment 80 to 120 [%] 1 100 [%] Yes 76 FN: St.ID 61 Inverter Number for FNet 1 to 63 1 1 No 77 62 Device Net ID DN: MAC ID 0 to 63 1 0 Yes 77 125 kBPS 77 DN: Baud Rate 63 Device Net Communication Speed 250 kBPS - 125 kBPS Yes 500 kBPS 20 77 21 64 Device Net Output Instance DN: Out Inst - 20 No 100 101 70 77 71 DN: In Inst 65 Device Net Input Instance - 70 No 110 111 41 Chapter 4 - Parameter List Blank Page 42 CHAPTER 5 - PARAMETER DESCRIPTION inputs (P1~P6) to ‘ACCT_L’, ACCT_M’, 5.1 Drive Group [DRV] ‘ACCT_H’ respectively, the Accel and Decel time set in [I/O 01] to [I/O 06] are supplied according to preset speeds assigned in [I/O 20] to [I/O 33]. DRV 00: Output Frequency / Reference Frequency Output Frequency DRV? Manual K/K Max. Freq. 00 FWD 60.00 Hz Setting Range: 0 to FUN 04 [Freq. max] Factory Default: 0.00 Hz Time When the inverter is stopped, the LCD display will Acc. time Dec. time read “Reference Frequency”. This is the Target Set Frequency. While the inverter is running, the LCD [Accel/Decel Operation] display will read “Output Frequency”. The Output Frequency may be controlled by the DRV 03: Output Current digital Keypad or analog input (Speed pot) or (4 ~ 20mA). The factory default is [Keypad] mode. To DRV? Current change the output frequency from Keypad to 03 10.0 A Terminal, go to [FUN 01]. Displays RMS value of the output current when the drive is running. DRV 01: Acceleration Time DRV 02: Deceleration Time DRV 04: Output Speed DRV? Acc. Time 01 30.0 sec DRV? Speed 04 1800 rpm DRV? Dec. Time 02 60.0 sec Displays the speed of the motor in RPM. Line speed of the motor (m/min.) can be calculated by Setting Range: 0 to 6000 sec the number of motor poles [FUN 54] and the Factory Default: 5.0 sec “Multiplier and Divider Factor” [I/O 41], [I/O 42]. The inverter targets [FUN 04] when accelerating or decelerating. When [FUN 04] is set to ‘Maximum Frequency’, the acceleration time is the time taken by the motor to reach [FUN 04] from 0 Hz. The deceleration time is the time taken by the motor to reach 0 Hz from [FUN 04] (Maximum Frequency). The acceleration and deceleration time can be changed to a preset transient time via multi- function inputs. By setting the multi-function 43 Chapter 5 - Parameter Description (Drive Group) DRV 05: Output Power Display DRV? Power 05 47.8kW Displays inverter output power (kW) when the drive is running. DRV 06: Fault Display DRV? Fault 05 No Fault Displays the status of a fault. The output of the inverter is turned off when a fault condition occurs. The condition at the time of the fault can be examined (Motor Current and Output Frequency). The Stop LED blinks when a fault has occurred. The following table shows the fault item. Display Fault Remark OC Trip Over Current Latch OV Trip Over Voltage Latch EXT Trip External Trip Latch BX Inverter Disable Unlatch LV Trip Low Voltage Unlatch Fuse Open Fuse Blown Latch GF Trip Ground Fault Latch Over Heat Cooling Problem Latch ETH Electronic Thermal Protected Latch OC Limit Over Current Latch M/C Fail Magnetic Contactor Problem Unlatch Inv OLT Inverter Overload Latch 1 SC Trip Short Through Trip Latch Note: A latched fault must be released by the [RESET] key or reset (RST) terminal. Unlatched faults are released upon condition or command. 1 Available for models over 220kW. To reset this fault, the main input power should be disconnected. 44 Chapter 5 - Parameter Description (Function Group) 5.2 Function Group FUN 02: Run/Stop Mode Selection FUN 00: Jump to Desired Code # FUN?Run/stop set FUN? Jump Code 02 Key 00 41 Setting Range: Key, Terminal-1, Terminal-2, Remote Setting Range: 0 to 98 Factory Default: Key Factory Default: 41 This function selects Keypad, Terminal-1, Any program code may be jumped to directly by Terminal-2 or Remote (Option Board) as the entering the desired program code number. source for the Run/Stop command. Press the [PROG] key, scroll with the [ ^ ¡] keys Key: Run/Stop is controlled by Keypad. to the desired program code, the press the [ENTER] key to move to a desired program code. Terminal-1: Control terminals FX, RX and CM control Run/Stop. FX-CM: Forward Run and Stop Control RX-CM: Reverse Run and Stop Control FUN 01: Frequency Setting Mode Terminal-2: Control terminals FX, RX and CM FUN? Freq. set control Run/Stop. 01 Key FX-CM: Run/Stop control. RX-CM: Forward and Reverse Control (Toggle) Setting Range: Key, Terminal, Remote Factory Default: Key Remote: Communication Option controls Run/stop. Key: The target frequency is controlled and established using the Keypad in [DRV 00]. Output frequency Terminal: The target frequency is controlled and Forward established using the Terminal with an analog Time speed pot (10V DC) or a (4 ~ 20mA) current signal. Reverse Remote: The target frequency is controlled and established using Option Board. ON FX-CM Note: Analog input may be fine tuned when controlling the target frequency through the Terminal. (See FUN 20~22) ON RX-CM [Run/Stop: Terminal-1 Operation] 45 Chapter 5 - Parameter Description (Function Group) Output frequency FUN 05: Base Frequency Set Point Forward FUN? Freq. base Time 05 60.00 Hz Reverse Setting Range: 40 to FUN 04 [Freq. max] Factory Default: 60.00 Hz ON FX-CM This function selects the output frequency of the ON RX-CM inverter when operating at rated output voltage. Base frequency cannot be set above the maximum frequency. [FUN 04] establishes the frequency for [Run/Stop: Terminal-2 Operation] maximum output voltage. This parameter is normally set to 60Hz. This allows constant torque operation of the motor up to its base speed. If base FUN 03: Run Prevention frequency is set to 60Hz and maximum frequency is set to 120Hz, the motor will run in the constant FUN?Run prohibit torque range up to the motor’s base frequency, and 03 None in the constant horse power range from the motor’s base frequency to twice the motor’s base frequency. Setting Range: None, FWD disable, REV disable Factory Default: None FUN 06: Start Frequency Set Point This function prevents reverse operation of the motor. This function may be used for loads that FUN? Freq. start rotate only in one direction such as fans and pumps. 06 0.50 Hz Setting Range Description None Forward and Reverse run is available. Setting Range: 0.5 to 5Hz FWD disable Forward run is prevented. Factory Default: 0.50 Hz REV disable Reverse run is prevented. This function selects the start frequency when the inverter starts to output voltage. FUN 04: Maximum Frequency Set Point FUN? Freq. max 04 60.00 Hz Setting Range: 40 ~ 400 Hz Factory Default: 60.00 Hz This function selects the maximum frequency output of the inverter. Caution should be exercised when increasing the motor’s command speed beyond its nameplate RPM. Please check with the motor manufacturer before exceeding the base speed of the motor. 46 Chapter 5 - Parameter Description (Function Group) Output voltage This is the pattern of voltage/frequency ratio. Select the proper V/F pattern according to the load. Rated Voltage The motor torque is dependent on this V/F pattern. [Linear] pattern is used where constant torque is required. It maintains a linear volts/hertz ratio from zero to base frequency. This pattern is appropriate Output for conveyer, parking facility etc. Frequency FUN 06 FUN 05 FUN 04 Output Voltage 100% Note: If maximum frequency is decrease, all frequency parameters are adjusted to the maximum frequency set point. FUN 07: Hold Time Output Frequency Freq. Base FUN? Hold time 07 0.0sec [2.0] pattern is used where variable torque is required. It maintains squared and cube powered Setting Range: 0 to 10 sec ratio characteristics for the volts/hertz ratio. This Factory Default: 0.0 sec pattern is appropriate for fans, pumps etc. This function selects the amount of time to hold the Output Voltage starting frequency before accelerating. 100% Output Frequency Output Frequency Freq. Base FUN 06 Time [User] pattern is used for special applications. Hold Time Users can adjust the volts/hertz ratio according to the application. This is accomplished by setting the voltage and frequency, respectively, at two (2) FUN 08: Volts/Hz Pattern points between starting frequency and base frequency. The two (2) points of voltage and frequency are set in [FUN 16] through [FUN 19]. FUN? V/F pattern 08 Linear Setting Range: Linear, 2.0, User, Auto Factory Default: Linear 47 Chapter 5 - Parameter Description (Function Group) voltage to the motor at low speeds for a higher V/F ratio loads that require higher than normal starting Output Voltage torque. 100% Note: If the torque boost is set higher than needed, it is possible to over-flux or saturate the motor. This can result User-2v in the motor overheating. User-1v Note: The manual torque boost value can be added to “Linear” or “2.0” V/F pattern, but not to “User” or “Auto Output Boost” V/F pattern. Frequency User-1f Freq. Base User-2f Output Voltage 100% [Auto Boost] pattern is used where high starting torque is applications. This pattern will automatically boost the torque by sensing load current. It has a high torque characteristic at low Manual speed. [Auto] pattern cannot be used when boost Output value operating several motors with one inverter. Frequency Freq. Base Output Voltage [Linear V/F Pattern: ‘Torque Boost’] Output Voltage 100% 100% Auto Boost Auto Manual Boost FUN 09, FUN 10 Boost value FUN 08 [V/F Pattern] Manual Manual Boost value Output boost Frequency Output value Freq. base Frequency Freq. Base [2.0 V/F Pattern: ‘Torque Boost’] FUN 09: Manual Torque Boost – Forward FUN 10: Manual Torque Boost - Reverse Output Voltage FUN? Fwd boost 100% 09 2 % Auto Setting Range: 0 to 20 % boost value Factory Default: 2 % Manual boost value Output FUN? Fwd boost Frequency Freq. Base 10 2 % [Auto Boost Pattern: ‘Torque Boost’] Setting Range: 0 to 20 % Factory Default: 2 % [FUN 09] and [FUN 10] establish the level of torque boost in the Forward and Reverse direction. These functions are used to increase the output 48 Chapter 5 - Parameter Description (Function Group) U-Curve: This pattern provides more efficient control of acceleration and deceleration in the FUN 11: Acceleration pattern application like winding machines. FUN 12: Deceleration pattern Output Frequency FUN?Acc. pattern 11 Linear FUN?Dec. pattern 12 Linear Time Acc. Pattern Dec. Pattern Setting Range: Linear, S-Curve, U-Curve Factory Default: Linear [Acc./Dec. Pattern: ‘U-Curve’] [FUN 11] and [FUN 12] selects different combinations of acceleration and deceleration FUN 13: Output Voltage Adjustment patterns. Linear: This is the general acceleration and FUN?Volt control deceleration pattern for constant torque 13 100 % applications. Setting Range: 40 to 110% Output Frequency Factory Default: 100% This function is used to adjust the output voltage of the inverter. This is useful when using a motor with a lower rated voltage than the main input voltage. When this is set at 100%, the inverter outputs its Time rated voltage. Acc. Pattern Dec. Pattern Output Voltage [Acc./Dec. Pattern: ‘Linear’] 100% S-Curve: This pattern allows the motor to When set at 50% accelerate and decelerat smoothly. At this time, the 50% actual acceleration and deceleration time are longer about 10% than the acceleration and deceleration time set in DRV 01-02. Output Frequency Output Frequency Freq. Base [Output Voltage Adjustment] Time Acc. Pattern Dec. Pattern [Acc./Dec. Pattern: ‘S-Curve’] 49 Chapter 5 - Parameter Description (Function Group) DCBR: [DC Injection Braking] Inverter stops with DC injection braking. Inverter FUN 14: Energy Savings Level outputs DC voltage when the frequency reaches the DC injection braking frequency set in FUN 33 FUN? Energy save during deceleration. 14 100 % Free Run: [Coast to Stop] Setting Range: 70 to 100% Inverter cuts off its output immediately when the Factory Default: 100% stop signal is commanded. Output Frequency This function is used to reduce the output voltage in applications that do not require high torque and current at its steady speed. The inverter reduces its output voltage after accelerating to the reference frequency (steady speed) if the energy save level is set at 80%. This function may cause over-current Time trip due to the lack of output torque in a fluctuating Output Voltage load. This function does not work with a 100% set point value. Output Voltage Time 100% Stop Command 80% ON FX-CM Time [Stop Mode: ‘Decel’] Output Output Frequency Frequency Reference Frequency (Steady Speed) [When Energy Save Level is set at 80%] FUN 33 [DC-br freq] Time FUN 15: Stop Mode Selection Output voltage t1: FUN 34 FUN? Stop mode t2: FUN 35 15 Decel FUN 36 [DC-br value] Time Setting Range: Decel, DCBR, Free Run Factory Default: Decel t1 t2 Stop Command This function is used to select stopping mode of the ON FX-CM Time motor. [Stop Mode: ‘DCBR’] Decel: [Deceleration] Inverter stops be the deceleration pattern selected in FUN 12 [Dec. pattern]. 50 Chapter 5 - Parameter Description (Function Group) Output Frequency Output Voltage Output Cutoff 100% User-2v User-1v Time Freq. Base Output Output Voltage Output Cutoff Frequency Freq. Start User-1f User-2f [V/F Pattern: ‘User V/F’] Time Stop Command FUN 20: Analog Speed Ref. Selection ON FX-CM Time FUN? V-I mode [Stop Mode: ‘Free Run’] 20 V1 Setting Range: V1, I, V1+I, V2 FUN 16 ~ FUN 19: User V/F Pattern Factory Default: V1 FUN? User-1f This function is used to set the analog speed 16 10.00 Hz command. Use this function when operating from Setting Range: 0 to 30Hz the terminal strip. When using 0~10VDC, 4~20mA Factory Default: 10Hz input signal or PI control, be sure that [FUN 01] is set for terminal control. FUN? User-1v V1: [Voltage 1] 17 15% A 0 to 10V DC signal is used for analog speed Setting Range: 0 to 50% reference. When using a speed pot, connect it to Factory Default: 15% VR, V1 and CM terminals. FUN? User-2f I: [Current] 18 30.00 Hz A 4 to 20mA signal is used for analog speed reference. Connect the current source to I and CM Setting Range: FUN 16 to FUN 04 terminals. Factory Default: 30Hz V1+I: [Voltage 1+Current] FUN? User-2v A 0 to 10V DC and a 4 to 20mA signals are used 19 50% for analog speed reference at the same time. One Setting Range: FUN 17 to 100% signal overrides the other signal. Factory Default: 50% V2: [Voltage 2] These functions are available only when ‘User V2 has the same function as V1. V/F’ is selected in FUN 08 [V/F pattern]. Users can make the custom V/F pattern by setting two (2) points between [FUN 06] (Starting Frequency) and [FUN 05] (Base Frequency 51 Chapter 5 - Parameter Description (Function Group) Output Frequency FUN 21: Analog Speed Input Filter Gain Freq. Max FUN 22: Analog Speed Input Gain FUN 23: Analog Speed Input Bias Reference freq. range FUN 24: Analog Speed Input Direction Analog Signal FUN? Filter gain 0V 10V Input 21 50 % [V-I Mode: ‘V1’ (Voltage 1)] Setting Range: 1 to 100% Output Frequency Factory Default: 50% Freq. Max This function establishes the response value of the analog speed reference. For a faster response, set Reference freq. range the gain lower and vice versa Analog Signal FUN? Analog gain Input 4mA 20mA 22 100.0 % [V-I Mode: ‘I’ (Current)] Setting Range: 50.0 to 250.0% Factory Default: 100.0% Output Frequency This function is used to determine the analog input Freq. Max scale from a speed potentiometer, 0~10V signal or 4~20mA signal. When this value is set at 50.0%, Reference freq. range the inverter outputs maximum frequency at 5V DC or 12mA. Analog Signal Input 0V+4mA 10V+20mA Output Frequency Freq. Max [V-I Mode: ‘V1+I’ (Voltage 1+Current)] Note: If the PI control [FUN 62] is selected, the value in [FUN 01] will be ignored. The main speed command is automatically selected as 0~10V with the feedback Analog Signal command being 4~20mA. Input 0V or 10V or 4mA 20mA [Analog Gain: ‘100.0%’] 52 Chapter 5 - Parameter Description (Function Group) FUN? Analog dir Output Frequency 24 Direct Freq. Max Setting Range: Direct, Invert Factory Default: Direct Analog Signal This function creates either a linear relationship Input 0V or 5V or 10V or between the analog input reference and the analog 4mA 12mA 20mA speed command, or creates an inverted linear relationship between the analog input reference and [Analog Gain: ’50.0%’] the analog speed command 0~10V signal or 4~20mA signal. FUN? Analog bias 23 100.0 % Direct: The output frequency is directly proportional to the analog signal input. Setting Range: 0.0 to 200.0% Output Frequency Factory Default: 100.0% Freq. Max This function is used to give a minimum output signal with a zero analog signal from a manual potentiometer, 0~10V signal or 4~20mA signal. Analog Signal Output Frequency Input 0V or 10V or 4mA 20mA Freq. Max [Analog dir: ‘Direct’] 50% of Freq. Max Invert: The output frequency is inversely Analog Signal proportional to the analog signal input. Input 0V or 10V or 4mA 20mA Output Frequency [Analog Bias: ‘150.0%’] Freq. Max Output Frequency Freq. Max Analog Signal Input 0V or 10V or 4mA 20mA Analog Signal [Analog dir: ‘Invert’] Input 0V or 10V or 4mA 20mA [Analog Bias: ‘200.0%’] 53 Chapter 5 - Parameter Description (Function Group) FUN 28: Frequency Jump Selection FUN 25: Frequency Limit Selection FUN 29: Frequency Jump 1 FUN 26: High Limit Frequency FUN 30: Frequency Jump 2 FUN 27: Low Limit Frequency FUN 31: Frequency Jump 3 FUN 32: Frequency Jump Bandwidth FUN? Freq. limit FUN? Freq. jump 25 --- No --- 28 --- No --- Setting Range: No, Yes Factory Default: No Setting Range: No, Yes Factory Default: No FUN?F-limit high 26 60.00 Hz FUN?Freq-jump 1f Setting Range: 0 to FUN 04 [Freq. max] 29 10.00 Hz Factory Default: 0% Setting Range: 0 to FUN 04 [Freq. max] FUN? F-limit low Factory Default: 10Hz 27 0.00 Hz Setting Range: 0 to FUN 26 [F-limit high] FUN?Freq-jump 2f Factory Default: 0% 30 20.00 Hz [FUN 25] selects the limits for the inverter operating frequency. If [FUN 24] is set to ‘Yes’, Setting Range: 0 to FUN 04 [Freq. max] the inverter operates within the upper and lower Factory Default: 20Hz limit setting. The inverter operates at the upper or the lower limit when the frequency reference is FUN?Freq-jump 3f outside the frequency limit range. 31 30.00 Hz Output Frequency Setting Range: 0 to FUN 04 [Freq. max] Reference Frequency Curve Factory Default: 30Hz Freq. Max FUN 25 FUN? Freq. band Output Frequency Curve 32 5.00 Hz FUN 26 Setting Range: 0 to 30Hz Time Factory Default: 5Hz [Freq. limit: ‘Yes’] To prevent undesirable resonance and vibration on Note: When setting the frequency below the low limit or the structure of the machine, this function locks out above the high limit, the drive will automatically ramp the resonance frequency from occurring. inside the limited setting. Each jump frequency also has a bandwidth. This is a span of the particular jump frequency selected. Note: When accelerating or decelerating, the output Three different jump frequencies can be set. frequency follows the normal acceleration and However, there is only one bandwidth frequency deceleration rates. available. This jumping of frequencies does not occur during accelerating or decelerating. It only occurs during continuous operation. To use just one jump frequency, both Frequency jump 1 and 54 Chapter 5 - Parameter Description (Function Group) Frequency jump 2 should be set 0 Hz. To use two jump frequencies, Frequency jump 3 should be set Setting Range: 1 to 20 % 0 Hz. Factory Default: 1% The DC injection braking function is enabled in Note: When the reference frequency is set inside the jump FUN 15 [Stop mode]. By introducing a DC voltage frequency, the output frequency goes to the frequency to the motor windings, this function stops the marked by “ n” symbol. motor immediately. Output Frequency Output Frequency Freq. Max FUN 32 FUN 31 FUN 32 FUN 33 FUN 30 [DC-br freq] Time FUN 32 FUN 29 Output Voltage Reference t1: FUN 34 [DC-br block] Frequency 10Hz 30Hz 50Hz t2: FUN 35 [DC-br time] FUN 36 [Frequency Jump] [DC-br value] Time t1 t2 FUN 33: DC Injection Braking Frequency Output Current FUN 34: DC Injection Braking On-Delay Time FUN 35: DC Injection Braking Time FUN 36: DC Injection Braking Voltage Time FUN? DC-br freq 33 0.5 Hz Stop Command Setting Range: 0 to 60Hz ON FX-CM Time Factory Default: 0.5Hz [DC Injection Braking with ’Stop mode: DCBR’] FUN? DC-br block 34 2.0 sec Note: The on-delay time must be set according to the DC injection braking frequency and the magnitude of the load. If the on-delay time is set 0 sec, the drive may trip on over Setting Range: 0.5 to 5 sec current. This is because the DC voltage flows before the Factory Default: 2.0sec motor’s magnetic field and voltage have decayed. FUN? DC-br time [FUN 33] (DC Injection Braking Frequency) is the 35 0.5 sec frequency at which the inverter starts to output DC voltage during deceleration. Setting Range: 0.1 to 25 sec [FUN 34] (DC Injection Braking On-Delay Time) Factory Default: 0.5sec is the inverter output blocking time before DC injection braking. FUN? DC-br value 36 1 % 55 Chapter 5 - Parameter Description (Function Group) [FUN 35] (DC Injection Braking Time) is the time the DC current is applied to the motor. Output Current – No-load Current Delta Rated = × Slip Freq. Rated Current – No-load Current [FUN 36] (DC Injection Braking Voltage) is the DC voltage applied to the motor and is based upon rated inverter output voltage. Output frequency = Reference freq. + Delta freq. FUN 37: Slip Compensation FUN 38: Rated Slip of Motor FUN 41: Inverter Capacity FUN 39: Rated Current of Motor FUN 40: No Load Current of Motor FUN?Inv Capacity 41 SV030iH-2U FUN?Slip compen. 37 --- No --- Setting Range: SV030iH-2U ~ SV375iH-4U Factory Default: depend on model number Setting Range: No, Yes Factory Default: No Description: [FUN 41] selects the inverter capacity. Inverter capacity must be set correctly for proper current FUN? Rated slip calculation and protective functions. 38 0.00 Hz Setting Range: 0 to 5Hz FUN 42: Auto Restart Factory Default: 0Hz FUN 43: Restart On-Delay Time FUN?M-rated cur. FUN?Retry number 39 122.0 A 42 0 Setting Range: 0.1 to 999A Setting Range: 0 to 10 Factory Default: depend on [FUN 41] Factory Default: 0 FUN?No-load cur. FUN? Retry time 40 0.1 A 43 1.0sec Setting Range: 0.1 to 300A Setting Range: 0 to 10 sec Factory Default: 4.0A Factory Default: 1sec This function is used to maintain the motor speed [FUN 41] establishes the number of times the constantly. To keep the motor speed constant, the inverter will try to restart itself after an over output frequency varies within the limit of slip current, over voltage, ground fault, or over current frequency-FUN 38 [Rated slip] according to the limit occurs. This function uses the Speed Search load current. For example, when the motor speed function. See [FUN 56] through [FUN 58]. decreases below the reference speed (frequency) [FUN 42] establishes the amount of wait time due to a heavy load, the inverter increases the between Auto-Restart attempts. output frequency higher than the reference When an under voltage fault, M/C Fail or inverter frequency to increase the motor speed. The inverter disable (BX) occurs, the drive does not restart increases or decreases the output by delta automatically. frequency shown below. 56 Chapter 5 - Parameter Description (Function Group) LV+All Trips: When a fault including under Output Frequency voltage or M/C Fail occurs, the output relay operates. In BX (inverter disable), the relay does NOT operate. The output relay operates regardless of the retry number. t: FUN 43 t t Time FUN 45: Stall Prevention FUN 46: Stall Prevention Level First Second Fault Fault FUN? Stall mode Restart with Restart with Speed Search Speed Search 45 None [Auto-Restart] Setting Range: None, Acc, Steady, Acc+Steady, Dec, Acc+Dec, Dec+Steady, Acc+Dec+Std Note: Inverter decreases the retry number by Factory Default: None ones as a fault occurs. When restarted without a fault during 30 seconds, the inverter increases the retry number by ones. FUN? Stall level 46 150 % FUN 44: Fault Output Relay (A, B, C) Setting Range: CT : 30 to 150% VT : 30 to 110% Factory Default: 150% 110% FUN? Relay mode [FUN 45] is used to prevent the motor from 44 Retry 0 stalling by reducing the inverter output frequency until the motor current decreases below the stall Setting Range: Retry 0, All Trips, LV+Retry 0, LV+All Trips prevention level. Factory Default: Retry 0 [FUN 46] assigns the stall prevention level in percent of motor FLA. [FUN 44] determines the operation of the fault relay after a fault has occurred. The output relay terminals are A, B, C on control terminal strip. Acc: During acceleration, when the output current of the inverter reaches the stall prevention level, Retry 0: The output relay operates when the retry the drive reduces its output frequency. When the number decreases to 0 by faults. When the retry current reduces below the stall prevention level, the number is set to 0 by default, the relay operates at drive will begin to accelerate again. any faults except at under voltage, M/C Fail and BX (inverter disable) fault. Steady: During steady state, when the output current of the inverter reaches the stall prevention All Trips: The output relay operates on all faults level, the drive reduces its output frequency. When except under voltage, M/C Fail and BX (inverter the current is reduced below the stall prevention disable) fault. The output relay operates regardless level, the drive returns to its command frequency. of the retry number. Dec: During deceleration, when the output current LV+Retry 0: In case of an under voltage fault, of the inverter reaches the stall prevention level, M/C Fail or a 0 restart count, the output relay the drive reduces its output frequency. When the operates. For a BX (inverter disable) input, the current reduces below the stall prevention level, the relay does NOT operate. drive will begin to decelerate again. 57 Chapter 5 - Parameter Description (Function Group) Acc+Steady: Stall prevention is active during acceleration and steady state operation. Output Current FUN 46 Acc+Dec: Stall prevention is active during [Stall level] acceleration and deceleration. Time FUN 46 Dec+Steady: Stall prevention is active during [Stall level] deceleration and steady state operation. Output Frequency Acc+Dec+Std: Stall prevention is active during acceleration, deceleration and steady state operation. Time Output Current [Stall Prevention during ‘Steady’] FUN 46 [Stall level] Output Current Time FUN 46 [Stall level] FUN 46 [Stall level] Time Output Frequency FUN 46 [Stall level] Output Frequency Time [Stall Prevention during ‘Acceleration’] Time [Stall Prevention during ‘Deceleration’] FUN 47: Overload Warning Level FUN 48: Overload Warning On-Delay Time FUN? OL level 47 150 % Setting Range: CT : 30 to 150% VT : 30 to 110% Factory Default: 150% 110% FUN? OL time 48 10.0sec Setting Range: 1 to 30 sec Factory Default: 10sec [FUN 47] is used to provide motor overload detection. When the output current of the inverter has reached the “Overload Warning Level” and 58 Chapter 5 - Parameter Description (Function Group) after the [FUN 48] on-delay time has been reached, [FUN 49] and [FUN 50] turn off the output current a multi-output signal may be turned on. or the inverter when the motor reaches Over Current-Limit Trip Level and has timed out. These For example, define multi-output OC1 in [I/O 07 ~ functions protect against abnormal load conditions. 09] (OC1 Output) to OL. The multi-output is open Output Current collector (24V DC, 50mA). FUN 49 [OC lim level] Open Collector Outputs Time (24VDC, 50mA) FUN 49 OC1 OC2 OC3 EG [OC lim. level] FUN 50 [OC lim. time] Output Frequency OL Relay OC limit trip + 24V DC Supply Output Current Time FUN 47 [Over Current-Limit Trip] [OL level] Time FUN 51: Electronic Thermal (ETH) Selection FUN 47 [OL level] FUN 52: Electronic Thermal Level FUN 53: Motor Type OC1-EXTG ON Time FUN? ETH select t1 t2 51 --- No --- t1: Overload warning time - FUN 48 [OL time] t2: Overload warning time / 2 Setting Range: No, Yes Factory Default: No [Overload Warning] FUN? ETH level 52 150 % FUN 49: Over Current-Limit Trip Level FUN 50: Over Current-Limit Trip Time Setting Range: 30 to 150% FUN?OC lim level Factory Default: 150% 49 160 % FUN? Motor type 53 General Setting Range: CT: 30 to 200% VT: 30 to 150% Factory Default: 160% 110% Setting Range: General, Special Factory Default: General FUN?OC lim. time These functions are to protect the motor from 50 60.0sec overheating without using additional thermal overload relay. Inverter calculates the temperature Setting Range: 0 to 60sec rising of the motor using several parameters and Factory Default: 60sec determines whether or not the motor is overheated. 59 Chapter 5 - Parameter Description (Function Group) Inverter will turn off its output and display a trip message when the electronic thermal feature is Derating factor formula : activated. When Ref. Freq. is 20Hz and above: [FUN 51] activates the ETH parameters by setting ( 0.125 × Output Freq. + 92.5 ) ÷ 100 ‘Yes’. When Ref. Freq. is 20Hz and below: ( 1.5 × Output Freq. + 65 ) ÷ 100 [FUN 52] establishes the reference current when the inverter determines the motor has overheated. It trips in one minute when 150% of rated motor Output Current Forced-Cool ‘Special’ current established in [FUN 39] flows for one 100% minute. 95% Self-Cool 2 [FUN 53] makes the ETH function (Motor i t) ‘General’ work correctly. The motor cooling method must be 65% selected correctly according to the motor. The selections are either ‘General’ or ‘Special’. 20Hz 60Hz A ‘General’ motor is a motor that has a cooling fan connected directly to the shaft of the motor. Cooling effects of a self- [Load Current Derating Curve] cooled motor decrease when a motor is running at low speeds. The motor current is derated as the motor speed decreases. Load Current [%] A ‘Special’ motor is a motor that uses a separate motor to FUN 52 power a cooling fan. As the motor speed changes, the cooling effects do not change. ETH Trip Time Formula : 100% 2 Trip Time [FUN 52] 1 Minute - 1 100% 2 [Motor i t Characteristic Curve] × 60 2 Inverter Output Current - 1 [FUN 39] × Derating Factor FUN 54: Number of motor poles FUN? Pole number 54 4 Setting Range: 2 to 12 Factory Default: 4 This parameter selects the number of poles on the motor. Used to display speed. 60 Chapter 5 - Parameter Description (Function Group) FUN 55: IPF Restart Selection Input Power Input power loss FUN 56: Speed Search Acceleration Time FUN 57: Speed Search Deceleration Time FUN 58: Speed Search Gain Time Motor Speed FUN? IPF select 55 --- No --- Setting Range: No, Yes Time Factory Default: No Output Frequency FUN?ss acc. time 56 5.0sec Setting Range: 0.1 to 600sec Time Factory Default: 5sec Output Voltage FUN?ss dec. time 57 10.0sec Time Setting Range: 0.1 to 600sec t1 t2 Factory Default: 10sec t1: FUN 56 [ss acc. time] t2: FUN 57 [ss dec. time] FUN? ss gain 58 100 % [IPF Restart and Speed Search] Setting Range: 0 to 200% Factory Default: 100% FUN 59: Restart After Fault Reset Selection These functions are used to permit automatic FUN? RST-restart restarting after Instantaneous Power Failure 59 --- No --- without waiting for the motor to stop. [FUN 55] selects the ‘IPF Restart’ function Setting Range: No, Yes [FUN 56] determines the acceleration time during Factory Default: No speed search. [FUN 57] determines the acceleration time during If [FUN 59] is set to ‘Yes’, inverter will restart speed search. after the RST (reset) terminal has been reset. If [FUN 58] determines the gain during speed search. [FUN 59] is set to ‘No’, restart the inverter by cycling the FX terminal to CM terminal after the The speed search gain and Acc/Dec time should be set fault has been reset. If the motor is rotating at the 2 after considering the inertia moment (GD ) and magnitude time power is restored. The inverter may trip. To of the load. avoid this trip, use ‘Speed Search’ function. 61 Chapter 5 - Parameter Description (Function Group) Note: When selecting ‘Reset Restart’ to ‘Yes’, make sure to utilize appropriate warning notice to minimize Input Power Power On the potential for injury or equipment damage. Time Output Frequency Tripped Output Frequency Time Time NO Effect Start NO Effect Start ON ON ON ON FX-CM FX-CM Time Time ON RST-CM Time [Power On Start: ‘No’] [Reset Restart: ‘No’] Input Power Power On Output Frequency Tripped Time Output Frequency Time Start Time ON FX-CM Start Time ON ON FX-CM RST-CM Time Time [Reset Restart: ‘Yes’] [Power On Start: ‘Yes’] Note: When selecting ‘Power-On Start’ to ‘Yes’, make sure to utilize appropriate warning notice to minimize FUN 60: Restart After Power-On Selection the potential for injury or equipment damage. FUN? Power on st 60 --- No --- FUN 61: Carrier frequency Setting Range: No, Yes FUN?Carrier Freq Factory Default: No 61 6 kHz If [FUN 60] is set to ‘Yes’, inverter will restart after input power has been restored. If [FUN 60] is Setting Range: See [FUN 61] in ‘Parameter List’ set to ‘No’, restart the inverter by cycling the FX Factory Default: 6kHz terminal after the fault has been reset. If the motor is rotating at the time power is restored. The This parameter affects the audible sound of the inverter may trip. To avoid this trip, use ‘Speed motor, emission from the inverter, inverter Search’ function. temperature, and leakage current. If the ambient temperature where the inverter installed is high or other equipment may be affected by potential inverter noise, set this value lower. 62 Chapter 5 - Parameter Description (Function Group) This is also used to avoid induced resonance in the FUN?PI-FB select machine or motor. 65 I Setting Range: I, V1, V2 Factory Default: I FUN 62: PI Control Selection FUN 63: Proportional Gain Selects the feedback signal for PI control. FUN 64: Integral Gain FUN 65: PI Feedback Signal Selection FUN?PI-FB fit.G FUN 66: PI Feedback Filtering Gain 66 25% FUN 67: PI Feedback Gain FUN 68: PI Feedback Bias Setting Range: 1 to 100% FUN 69: PI Feedback Direction Factory Default: 25% FUN 70: I-Term Scale FUN 71: PI Error Direction Selects the filtering gain for feedback signal. FUN 72: PI Control Bypass FUN?PI-FB gain For HVAC or Pump applications, the PID control 67 100% can be used to adjust the actual output by Setting Range: 50 to 250% comparing a feedback with a ‘Set-point’ given to Factory Default: 100% the inverter. This ‘Set-point’ can be in the form of Speed, Temperature, Pressure, Flow level, etc. The Selects the gain for feedback signal. ‘Set-point’ and the feedback signals are provided externally to the inverter analog input terminals V1, FUN?PI-FB bias V2 or I. The inverter compares the signals in 68 100% calculating ‘total-error’ which is reflected in the inverter output. Setting Range: 0 to 200% Factory Default: 100% FUN? PI-control Selects the bias for feedback signal. 62 --- No --- Setting Range: No, Yes FUN?PI-FB dir Factory Default: No 69 Direct This parameter selects PI control. Setting Range: Direct, Invert Factory Default: Direct FUN? P-gain Selects the direction of feedback signal. 63 10 Setting Range: 1 to 30,000 FUN?I_term scale Factory Default: 10 70 100% Sets the proportional gain for PI control. Setting Range: 0 to 100% Factory Default: 100% FUN? I-gain Used to scale [FUN 64]. 64 50 Setting Range: 1 to 30,000 FUN?PI error dir Factory Default: 50 71 Direct Sets the integral gain for PI control. Setting Range: Direct, Invert Factory Default: Direct 63 Chapter 5 - Parameter Description (Function Group) Used to change the polarity of error (command – feedback). FUN 96: Parameter Download to Inverter FUN?Regul bypass FUN? Para. write 72 --- No --- 96 --- No --- Setting Range: No, Yes Factory Default: No Setting Range: No, Yes Factory Default: No PI bypass function is activated when Optional MMC card is installed. When selected to ‘Yes’, This parameter is used to copy all parameters from inverter bypasses PI control and operates with the keypad to the inverter. frequency reference of feedback. FUN 97: Initialize Parameters to Factory Setting FUN 94: CT/VT Mode Selection FUN? Para. init FUN? CT/VT 97 --- No --- 94 Contant Trq Setting Range: No, Yes Setting Range: Constant Trq, Variable Trq Factory Default: No Factory Default: Constant Trq This parameter returns all of the inverter This parameter selects ‘Constant Torque’ or parameters to their original settings. ‘Variable Torque’. If ‘Variable Torque’ is selected, All current related parameters are changed to VT Note: Initializing the parameters to factory default rating. (Overload Capacity, Carrier Frequency, settings also initializes the Inverter Capacity Stall Prevention Level, Overload Warning Level, parameter [FUN 41]. Once the parameters are and Over Current-Limit Trip Level). initialized to their factory defaults, [FUN 41] must be set to its proper model number. Note: [FUN 94] must be changed only qualified personnel by LSIS. FUN 95: Parameter Upload to Keypad FUN 98: Parameter Lockout FUN? Para. read FUN? Para. lock 95 --- No --- 98 0 Setting Range: No, Yes Setting Range: 0 to 255 Factory Default: No Factory Default: 0 This parameter is used to copy all parameters from This function will prevent changes from being the inverter to the keypad. made to the parameters set in the drive. When the parameters are locked, the display arrow changes from solid to dashed line. The lock and unlock code is ‘12’. 64 Chapter 5 - Parameter Description (I/O Group) 5.3 I/O Group I/O? P6 Input I/O 00: Jump to Desired Code # 06 ACCT_H I/O? Jump Code Factory Default: ACCT_H 00 1 Multi-function input terminals can be defined for many different applications. The following table Setting Range: 1 to 65 shows various definitions for them. Factory Default: 1 Setting Range Description Jumping directly to any program code can be SPD_L accomplished by entering the desired code number. SPD_M Multi-Step Speed via P1~P6 SPD_H JOG Jog I/O 01 - 06: Multi-Function Inputs ACCT_L (Terminals P1 ~ P6) ACCT_M Multi-Accel/Decel Time Select ACCT_H I/O? P1 Input UP Increase Drive Output Frequency 01 SPD_L DOWN Decrease Drive Output Frequency HOLD Hold Drive Output Frequency Factory Default: SPD_L DIS_OPT Disable Option Control COMM_CONN Connect Motor to Commercial Line I/O? P2 Input EXT_DCBR Initiate Dynamic Braking Mode 02 SPD_M EXT_TRIP Initiate External Fault INTERLOCK Used for MMC Option Factory Default: SPD_M SPD_L, SPD_M, SPD_H: [Multi-Step Speed] I/O? P3 Input By setting P1, P2 and P3 terminals to ‘SPD_L’, 03 SPD_H ‘SPD_M’, and ‘SPD_H’ respectively, the inverter can operate at the preset frequency set in [I/O 13] Factory Default: SPD_H through [I/O 19]. I/O? P4 Input The preset frequencies are determined by the 04 ACCT_L combination of P1, P2 and P3 terminals as shown in the following table. Factory Default: ACCT_L Multi-Step Speed Selection Table Speed Speed Speed Speed Speed Speed Speed Speed I/O? P5 Input 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 05 ACCT_M SPD_L 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 SPD_M 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 Factory Default: ACCT_M SPD_H 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0: OFF, 1: ON 65 Chapter 5 - Parameter Description (I/O Group) Output Frequency Multi-Step Accel/Decel Time Selection Table Time Time Time Time Time Time Time Time 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 ACCT_L 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 Time ACCT_M 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 ACCT_H 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0: OFF, 1: ON Speed Speed Speed Speed Speed Speed Speed Speed Jog 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 The Time 0 Accel/Decel time is configured by DRV 01-02 and selected when no Accel/Decel P1-CM ON ON ON ON Time input terminals are active. P2-CM ON ON Time Example: P3-CM ON Time If P4 is configured as ACC_L, P5 as ACCT_M and P6 as ACCT_H, then P4, P5 and P6 terminals can select the P4-CM ON Time transition time. FX-CM ON Time Output Frequency RX-CM ON Time Ref. Freq. [Multi-Step Speed Operation] Note: [I/O 12] (Jog Frequency) can be used as one of the step frequencies. Time Note: If the ‘Jog’ terminal is ON, inverter operates at the Time 0 Time 1 Time 2 Time 3 Time 4 Time 5 Time 6 Time 7 Jog frequency regardless of other terminal inputs. P4-CM ON ON ON ON Time P5-CM ON ON Time JOG: Jog Frequency can be used as one of the step P6-CM ON Time frequencies. Jog frequency is set in I/O 12. FX-CM ON Time ACCT_L, ACCT_M, ACCT_H: [Multi-Accel/Decel Time Operation] [Multi-Step Acceleration/Deceleration Time] By setting multi-function input terminals to ‘ACCT_L’, ‘ACCT_M’ and ‘ACCT_H’ UP, DOWN: respectively, up to 7 different Accel and Decel By using the Up and Down function, the drive can times can be used. The Accel/Decel time is set in accelerate to a steady speed and decelerate down to [I/O 20] through [I/O 33] a desired speed by using only two input terminals. The Accel/Decel time is determined by the Example: combination of multi-function input terminals as If P1 is configured as ‘UP’ and P2 as ‘DOWN’, then Up/Down shown in the following table. operation can be achieved using P1 and P2 terminals. 66 Chapter 5 - Parameter Description (I/O Group) COMM_CONN: Output Frequency This function is used to bypass the motor from the Freq. inverter to commercial power, or the opposite. To Max. bypass the motor to commercial line, set [FUN 01] to either ‘Key’ or ‘Terminal’. Set the Run and Stop method to ‘Terminal-1’in [FUN 02]. Configure P5 as ‘COMM_CONN’ in [I/O 10]. To bypass the Time motor input from the inverter, close the P5 terminal to CM. ON P1-CM Time ON P2-CM Time M1 ON FX-CM Time MOTOR MCCB [Up/Down drive] U ? 3 R V 230/460V S W HOLD: M2 50/60 Hz T This function is for 3-wire start/stop control. G G This parameter is mainly used as a momentary + Output Frequency Meter FM FM Forward Run/Stop (0~10V pulse *2 ) push button to hold the current frequency output FX + LM Output Voltage/Current RX LM during acceleration or deceleration. Meter(0~10V pulse) BX Common for CM RST FM,LM P1 IO Analog output P2 Example: (4 ~ 20mA) CM Factory Setting: P3 Multi-speed and When P2 is configured as ‘HOLD’. Muti-acc/dec time P4 A AC220V Line COMM_CON P5 C P6 B FX RX P2 CM Common Terminal M1 CM M2 1A E M1 1B Shielded sheath connection Multi-function output relay2 2A less than AC250V, 1A Potentiometer less than DC30V, 1A 2B (10 kohm) Power supply for Factory setting: ‘COMM’ VR speed signal: + 11V, 10mA Multi-function output 1 Factory setting: ‘STEP_L’ Speed signal input: V1 0 ~ 10V OC1 Multi-function output 2 Speed signal input: [Wiring for 3-Wire Operation] I Factory setting: ‘STEP_M’ 4 ~20mA (250ohm) Open OC2 Collector Common for CM 24V, 50mA VR, V1, I Output Frequency Multi-function output 3 *3 Speed signal Input Factory setting: ‘STEP_H’ OC3 Freq. Common for Max. Multi-function outputs EG [Wiring for ‘COMM_CONN’] Time Freq. Max. P2-CM ON Time FX-CM ON Time RX-CM ON Time [‘HOLD’ drive] DIS_OPT: This function is used to exchange control mode from Option Board to Inverter. 67 Chapter 5 - Parameter Description (I/O Group) Output Frequency Output Frequency Speed Search Time Time Output Voltage ON FX-CM Time ON P5-CM DC injection braking voltage Time AUX1 ON FUN 36 (1A-1B) Time Time M1 ON Time ON P4-CM Time M2 ON ON Time ON FX-CM Time t1 t2 Inverter Commercial Inverter [External DC-braking in stop] Drive Line Drive Drive t1, t2: 50msec (interlock time) EXT_TRIP: This is a normally closed contact input. When an input terminal is set to ‘EXT_TRIP’ and the [‘COMM_CONN’ Sequence] contact input opens, the inverter displays the fault and cuts off its output. This can be used as an EXT_DCBR: external latch trip. The inverter will decelerate as DC Injection Braking can be activated, while the configured in [FUN 15]. The inverter must be inverter is stopped, by configuring one of the RESET and the RUN command must be re- multi-function input terminals to ‘EXT_DCBR’. initiated to restart the drive. To activate the DC Injection Braking, close the contact on the assigned terminal while the inverter is stopped. I/O 07 - 11: Multi-function Outputs (OC1, OC2, OC3, AUX1, AUX2) Example: If P4 is configured as EXT_DCBR, then DC injection braking is I/O? OC1 output achieved on stop by using P4 input terminal. 07 STEP_L Factory Default: STEP_L I/O? OC2 output 08 STEP_M Factory Default: STEP_M 68 Chapter 5 - Parameter Description (I/O Group) terminals whenever its output frequency is below I/O? OC3 output the value in [I/O 38]. 09 STEP_H Output Frequency Factory Default: STEP_H I/O 38 I/O? AUX1 output [FST-freq] 10 COMM Factory Default: COMM Time ON ON OC1-EG I/O? AUX2 output Time 11 COMM [OC1 Configured as ‘FST-LO’] Factory Default: COMM FST_HI: Setting Range: FST_LO The inverter can generate an output signal via the FST_HI multi-function output terminals whenever its FDT_HI output frequency is above the value in [I/O 38]. FDT_PULSE FDT_BAND Output Frequency OL STALL I/O 38 LV [FST-freq] RUN COMM STEP_L Time STEP_M STEP_H ON OC1-EG Time Multi-Function outputs OC1, OC2 and OC3 are [OC1 Configured as ‘FST-HI’] open collector outputs and can be defined by the user. AUX1 and AUX2 are auxiliary relay outputs. FDT_HI: AUX1 AUX2 The inverter can generate an output signal via the multi-function output terminals whenever its output frequency is above the Frequency Detection OC1 OC2 OC3 EG 1A 1B 2A 2B Level set in [I/O 39]. The output is turned off when the output frequency goes below the Frequency R1 R2 R3 Detection Level frequency minus the Frequency Relay – 24V DC, 50mA Detection Bandwidth [I/O 40]. + Supply [Multi-Function Output Terminal Configuration] FST_LO: During acceleration, deceleration, and constant speed conditions, the inverter can generate an output signal via the multi-function output 69 Chapter 5 - Parameter Description (I/O Group) Output Frequency Output Frequency Frequency Detection Level Frequency Detection Level I/O 39 I/O 39 I/O 40 [FDT- [FDT-freq] I/O 40 [FDT- band] [FDT-freq] band] Time Time ON ON ON OC1-EG OC1-EG Time Time [OC1 Configured as ‘FDT-HI’] [OC1 Configured as ‘FDT-BAND’] FDT_PULSE: OL: [Overload Signal] The inverter can generate a pulsed output signal for When the output current is above the overload 100ms via the multi-function output terminals warning level set in FUN 47 [OL level] for when its output frequency is above the Frequency overload duration time set in FUN 48 [OL time], Detection Level set in [I/O 39]. The output is the inverter can generate an output signal via the pulsed again when the output frequency goes multi-function output terminals. The output signal below the Frequency Detection Level frequency will turn off once the current output level falls minus the Frequency Detection Bandwidth [I/O 40]. below the value of [FUN 47] and hold for more than half of the time set in [FUN 48]. Output Frequency Frequency Detection Level Output Current I/O 39 FUN 47 [FDT-freq] I/O 40 [FDT- [OL level] band] Time FUN 47 Time [OL level] ON ON OC1-EG Time 10ms 10ms OC1-EG ON Time [OC1 Configured as ‘FDT-PULSE’] t1 t2 t1: Overload warning time - FUN 48 [OL time] t2: Overload warning time / 2 FDT_BAND: The inverter can generate an output signal via the [OC1 Configured as ‘OL’] multifunction output terminals whenever its output frequency falls within its programmed bandwidth STALL: [I/O 40]. The output is turned off when the output Whenever the inverter stalls, the inverter can frequency goes outside the Frequency Detection generate an output signal via the multi-function Bandwidth centered on the Frequency Detection output terminals. This is true throughout Level frequency. acceleration, deceleration and steady state conditions. 70 Chapter 5 - Parameter Description (I/O Group) Output C urrent COMM: Whenever the inverter is in a Bypass Mode, the FUN 46 inverter can generate an output signal via the multi- [Stall level] function output terminals. Time FUN 46 [Stall level] STEP_L, STEP_M, STEP_H: The inverter can generate an output signal via the multi-function output terminals for monitoring OC1-EG ON Time STEP commands. The output signal is in binary format as set by input terminals [I/O 01] through [OC1 Configured as ‘STALL’] [I/O 06] via the OC1, OC2 and OC3 terminals. LV: [Low voltage] Output Frequency Whenever the inverter’s DC Link Voltage falls below the under voltage of the drive, the inverter can generate an output signal via the multi-function output terminals. Time DC Link Voltage LV level (200V DC or 400V DC) Speed Speed Speed Speed Speed Speed Speed Speed Jog 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 ON ON ON ON OC1-EG Time Time ON ON OC2-EG Time ON OC1-EG ON OC3-EG Time Time [OC1 Configured as ‘LV’] [OC1 Configured as ‘STEP_L’, OC2 Configured as ‘STEP_M’, RUN: [On Running] OC3 Configured as ‘STEP_H’] Whenever the inverter is in the Run Mode, the inverter can generate an output signal via the multi- function input terminals. Output Frequency Time ON OC1-EG Time [OC1 Configured as ‘RUN’] 71 Chapter 5 - Parameter Description (I/O Group) I/O 12: Jog Frequency I/O 20 - 33: Multi-Step Accel/Decel Time I/O? Jog freq. I/O? Acc time-1 12 30.00 Hz 20 1.0sec I/O? Dec time-1 Setting Range: 0 to FUN 04 21 1.0sec Factory Default: 30Hz ¦ ¦ The Jog Frequency can be used to inch the drive I/O? Acc time-7 Forward or Reverse. 32 7.0sec Output Frequency I/O? Dec time-7 33 7.0sec Jog Frequency 5Hz Setting Range: 0 to 6000sec Time 5Hz Up to 7 preset Accel/Decel times may be selected in [I/O 20] through [I/O 33]. See multi-function input terminal selection for more detail. ON ON P4-CM Time I/O 34: Load Meter (LM) Selection ON FX-CM Time I/O 35: Load Meter (LM) Adjustment (15V Pulse) ON RX-CM Time [P4 Configured as ‘Jog’] I/O? LM meter 34 Voltage I/O 13 - 19: Multi-Step Frequency Setting Range: Voltage, Current Factory Default: Voltage I/O? Step freq-1 13 10.00 Hz I/O? LM adj. ¦ 35 100 % ¦ ¦ Setting Range: 0 to 120% I/O? Step freq-7 Factory Default: 100% 19 37.00 Hz [I/O 34] selects either voltage or current to be displayed on the inverter’s load meter. Output for Setting Range: 0 to 400Hz (FUN 04) the meter is a pulsed 0~10VDC. This output voltage may be adjusted in [I/O 35]. Up to 7 preset Step Frequencies may be selected in [I/O 13] through [I/O 19]. See multi-function input terminal selection for more detail. 72 Chapter 5 - Parameter Description (I/O Group) Load Meter Voltage I/O 37: IO Meter Adjustment (4~20mA) 15Vpeak I/O? IO adj. 37 100 % Avg. 0~10V Time Setting Range: 0 to 120% t Factory Default: 100% [Load Meter (LM-CM Terminal) Output] IO meter displays the inverter’s output frequency Load Meter Frequency (1/t) = 1.8kHz as a current signal on the IO terminal. The current Duty (%) = (Output Voltage / Maximum Output Voltage) * 2/3 signal is 4~20mA. To adjust the current signal Or = (Output Current / Rated Current * 1.5) * 2/3 value, change [I/O 37] to the proper setting. The Load Meter Voltage = (Output Voltage / Maximum Output following equation may be used to determine the Voltage) * 10V proper output. Or = (Output Current / Rated Current * 1.5) * 10V IO Meter Current = 4mA + (Output Frequency / Maximum Frequency) * 16mA I/O 36: Frequency Meter (FM) Adjustment (15V Pulse) I/O 38: Frequency Steady Level I/O? FM adj. I/O 39: Frequency Detection Level 36 100 % I/O 40: Frequency Detection Bandwidth Setting Range: 0 to 120% I/O? FST-freq. Factory Default: 100% 38 0.05 Hz [I/O 36] adjust 0~10VDC pulsed frequency meter Setting Range: 0.5 to 400Hz (FUN 04) display signal on the FM terminal. Factory Default: 0.05Hz Frequency Meter Voltage I/O? FDT-freq. 39 60.00 Hz 15Vpeak Avg. 0~10V Setting Range: 0.5 to 400Hz (FUN 04) Factory Default: 60Hz Time t I/O? FDT-freq. [Frequency Meter (FM-CM Terminal) Output] 40 1.00 Hz Frequency meter frequency (1/t) = (Output Frequency / Maximum Output Frequency) * 1.8kHz Setting Range: 0.5 to 30 Hz Duty (%) = (Output Voltage / Maximum Output Voltage) * 2/3 Factory Default: 1Hz Frequency Meter Voltage = (Output Voltage / Maximum Output Voltage) * 10V [I/O 38] through [I/O 40] are used in connection with multi-function output [I/O 07] through [I/O 11]. 73 Chapter 5 - Parameter Description (I/O Group) Output Terminal Status I/O 41: Speed Display Multiplier Factor AUX2 AUX1 OC3 OC2 OC1 I/O 40: Speed Display Divider Factor 1 0 0 0 1 0: OFF, 1: ON I/O? Mul factor 41 100 I/O 45: Software Version Setting Range: 0 to 999 Factory Default: 100 I/O?S/W version 45 2.04 I/O? Div factor 42 100 [I/O 45] displays the software version of the inverter. Setting Range: 1 to 999 Factory Default: 100 I/O 46: Fault History 1 [I/O 41] and [I/O 42] are used to translate [DRV I/O 47: Fault History 2 04] into line or process speed. Motor poles are defined in [FUN 54]. The following equation may I/O?Last fault 1 be used to determine the proper output. 46 OV Trip Multiplier Factor 120 * Output Frequency Line Speed = × Divide Factor P (Number of Poles) I/O?Last fault 2 47 OC Trip [I/O 46] and [I/O 47] review trip information. By I/O 43: Input Terminal Status using keypad, trip information (Over Current, Over I/O 44: Output Terminal Status Voltage and Frequency) may be displayed. I/O? Ter. input Example: 43 1000000001 By using the PROG, UP and DOWN arrow key, old trip information (which contains current, frequency and trip) can be viewed. I/O? Ter. output 44 10001 I/O?Last fault 1 46 OV Trip [I/O 43] and [I/O 44] displays the status of FX, RX, P1 – P6 input terminals and OC1, OC2, OC3, I/O?Last fault 1 AUX1 (1A, 1B) and AUX2 (2A, 2B) output 46 35.60 Hz terminals. I/O?Last fault 1 46 16.5 A Input Terminal Status P6 P5 P4 P3 P2 P1 X X RX FX I/O?Last fault 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 47 OC Trip 0: OFF, 1: ON I/O?Last fault 2 47 60.00 Hz 74 Chapter 5 - Parameter Description (I/O Group) see MMC option manual. I/O?Last fault 2 47 50.6 A Device Net: This option card allows communication between the inverter and a computer using Device Net I/O 48: Option 1 Selection protocol. For more detailed information, see I/O 49: Option 2 Selection Device Net option manual. I/O? Option 1 48 None I/O 50: Inverter ID Number I/O? Inv. number I/O? Option 2 50 1 49 None Setting Range: 1 to 31 Setting Range: None Factory Default: 1 RS485 Modbus RTU [I/O 50] defines the inverter’s unique ID number. F-Net This function is used when the RS485/Modbus Device Net RTU option card is selected. [I/O 48] and [I/O 49] allows the selection of I/O 51: Baud Rate available option cards for the inverter. None: I/O? Baud-rate This option indicates NO option cards are used in 51 9600 BPS the inverter. Setting Range: 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200 RS485: Factory Default: 9600 This option card allows communication between the inverter and a computer using the inverter’s [I/O 51] selects the baud rate used in inverter software protocol. For more detailed information, communication. This function is used when the see RS485 option manual. RS485/Modbus RTU/Fnet option card is selected. Modbus RTU: This option card allows communication between I/O 52: Communication Timeout the inverter and a computer using Mocbus RTU protocol. For more detailed information, see Modbus RTU option manual. I/O?Comm.Timeout 52 10.0sec Fnet: This option card allows communication between Setting Range: 0 to 60sec the inverter and LS GLOFA PLC using exclusive Factory Default: 10sec protocol. For more detailed information, see Fnet option manual. [I/O 52] selects the time by which the inverter determines communication error between the MMC: inverter and option card. This function is used This option card allows for multi-motors control when the RS485/Modbus RTU/Fnet option card is with one inverter. For more detailed information, selected. 75 Chapter 5 - Parameter Description (I/O Group) I/O 53: PG Slip Frequency I/O 57: Encoder Pulse Selection I/O?PG Slip Freq I/O? Enc pulse 53 5.00 Hz 57 512 Pulse Setting Range: 0 to 10Hz Setting Range: 100, 500, 512, 1000, 1024, 2000, 2048, 4000 Factory Default: 5Hz pulse Factory Default: 512 Pulse [I/O 53] selects the slip frequency when using the ‘PG’ option card. [I/O 57] establishes the number of encoder pulses per revolution when using the ‘PG’ option card. I/O 54: PG P-Gain I/O 58: Digital Input Selection I/O? PG. P-Gain 54 10 I/O? DI Mode 58 None Setting Range: 0 to 255 Factory Default: 10 Setting Range: None, Freq. 1, Freq. 2 Factory Default: None [I/O 54] establishes the proportional gain when using the ‘PG’ option card. [I/O 58] selects the type of 12-bit digital input when using the ‘DI_DA’ option card. I/O 55: PG I-Gain I/O 59: Analog Output Selection I/O? PG. I-Gain I/O? DA Mode 55 30 59 Freq. Setting Range: 0 to 255 Setting Range: Freq., Voltage, Current Factory Default: 30 Factory Default: Freq. [I/O 55] establishes the integral gain when using [I/O 59] selects Frequency, Voltage of Current for the ‘PG’ option card. the inverter output signal when using the ‘DI_DA’ option card. I/O 56: PG Filter Gain I/O 60: Analog Output Adjustment I/O? PG. F-Gain I/O? DA adj. 56 100 60 100 % Setting Range: 0 to 255 Setting Range: 80 to 120% Factory Default: 100 Factory Default: 100% [I/O 56] establishes the filter gain when using the [I/O 60] calibrates the 4~20mA output signal when ‘PG’ option card. using ‘DI_DA’ option card. 76 Chapter 5 - Parameter Description (I/O Group) [I/O 64] selects the output instance used in inverter I/O 61: Inverter Number for Fnet communication. This function is used when the Device Net option card is selected. I/O? FN:St. ID 61 1 I/O 65: Device Net Input Instance Setting Range: 1 to 63 Factory Default: 1 I/O?DN: In Inst 65 Instance 70 [I/O 61] defines the inverter’s unique ID number. This function is used when the Fnet option card is selected. Setting Range: 70, 71, 110, 111 Factory Default: 70 [I/O 65] selects the input instance used in inverter I/O 62: Inverter Number for Device Net communication. This function is used when the Device Net option card is selected. I/O?DN: MAC ID 62 0 Setting Range: 0 to 63 Factory Default: 0 [I/O 62] defines the inverter’s unique ID number. This function is used when the Device Net option card is selected. I/O 63: Baud Rate for Device Net I/O?DN:BaudRate 63 125 kBPS Setting Range: 125, 250, 500 kBPS Factory Default: 125 kBPS [I/O 63] selects the baud rate used in inverter communication. This function is used when the Device Net option card is selected. I/O 64: Device Net Output Instance I/O?DN:Out Inst 64 Instance 20 Setting Range: 20, 21, 100, 101 Factory Default: 20 77 Chapter 5 - Parameter Description (I/O Group) Blank Page 78 CHAPTER 6 - TROUBLESHOOTING & MAINTENANCE 6.1 Fault Display When a fault occurs, the inverter turns off its output and displays the fault status in [DRV 05]. The last 2 faults are saved in [I/O 46] and [I/O 47] with the operation status at the instance of fault. Protective Keypad Display Description Function Over Current The inverter turns off its output when the output current of the inverter flows more than OC Tip Protection 200% of the inverter rated current. The inverter turns off its output when a ground fault occurs and the ground fault current Ground Fault GF Trip is more than the internal setting value of the inverter. Over current trip function may Protection protect the inverter when a ground fault occurs due to a low ground fault resistance. The inverter turns off its output if the DC voltage of the main circuit increases higher Over Voltage than the rated value when the motor decelerates or when regenerative energy flows OV Trip protection back to the inverter due to a regenerative load. This fault can also occur due to a surge voltage generated at the power supply system. Current Limit Protection The inverter turns off its output if the output current of the exceeds the value set in [FUN OC Limit (Overload 49] over the time set in [FUN 50] Protection) The inverter turns off its output by opening the fuse when something is wrong with the Fuse Open Fuse Open main circuit IGBT to protect the wiring from being damaged from short currents. Heat Sink The inverter turns off its output if the heat sink over heats due to a damaged cooling fan Over Heat Over Heat or an alien substance in the cooling fan by detecting the temperature of the heat sink. The internal electronic thermal of the inverter determines the over heating of the motor. If the motor is overloaded the inverter turns off the output. The inverter cannot protect ETH Electronic Thermal the motor when driving a multi-pole motor or when driving multiple motors, so consider thermal relays or other thermal protective devices for each motor. Overload capacity: Value set in [FUN 52] EXT Trip External Fault Multi-function input configured as ‘EXT_TRIP’ has opened. The inverter turns off its output if the DC voltage is below the detection level because Low Voltage LV Trip insufficient torque or over heating of the motor can occurs when the input voltage of the Protection inverter drops. SC Trip IGBT Short The inverter turns off the output if an IGBT short through or an output short occurs. Used for the emergency stop of the inverter. The inverter instantly turns off the output BX Protection BX when the BX terminal is turned ON, and returns to regular operation when the BX (Instant Cut Off) terminal is turned OFF. Take caution when using this function. The inverter turns off its output when the output current of the inverter flows more than Inv. OLT Inverter Overload the rated level (150% for 1 minute, 200% for 0.5 seconds). Magnetic The inverter turns off its output if the magnetic contactor does not work or CVT fuse has M/C Fail Contactor Fail opened. To reset fault, Press RESET key, Close RST-CM terminals or connect input power. If a problem persists, please contact the factory or your local distributor. 79 Chapter 6 - Troubleshooting Maintenance 6.2 Fault Remedy Protective Cause Remedy Function 1) Acceleration/Deceleration time is too short compared to 1) Increase Accel/Decel time the GD²of the load 2) Increase inverter capacity. 3) Operate after motor has stopped 2) Load is larger than the inverter rating 4) Check output wiring 3) Inverter turns output on when the motor is free running. Over Current 5) Check mechanical brake operation 4) Output short or ground fault has occurred Protection 6) Check cooling fan 5) Mechanical brake of the motor is operating too fast (Caution) Operating inverter prior to correcting fault 6) Components of the main circuit have overheated due may damage the IGBT to a faulty cooling fan Ground Current 1) Ground fault has occurred at the output wiring of inverter. 1) Investigate the output wiring of inverter Protection 2) The insulation of the motor is damaged due to heat. 2) Exchange motor 1) Acceleration time is too short compared to the GD²of 1) Increase deceleration time Over Voltage 2) Use regenerative resistor option load Protection 3) Check line voltage 2) Regenerative load at the output 3) Line voltage high Current Limit 1) Load is larger than the inverter rating 1) Increase capacity of motor and inverter Protection 2) Selected incorrect inverter capacity 2) Select correct inverter capacity (Overload 3) Set incorrect V/F pattern 3) Select correct V/F pattern Protection) 1) Damage due to repeated over current protection Exchange the fuse Fuse Damage 2) Damage due to instant deceleration when motor is at an (Caution) The IGBT receives damages on many excessive excitation status. occasions when Fuse Open Trip occurs 1) Cooling fan damaged or an alien substance inserted 1) Exchange cooling fans and/or eliminate alien Heat Sink 2) Cooling system has faults substance Overheat 3) Ambient temperature high 2) Check for alien substances in the heat sink 3) Keep ambient temperature under 45 ? 1) Motor has overheated 1) Reduce load and/or running duty 2) Load is larger than inverter rating 2) Increase inverter capacity 3) ETH level too low 3) Adjust ETH level to an appropriate level Electronic 4) Selected incorrect inverter capacity 4) Select correct inverter capacity Thermal 5) Set incorrect V/F pattern 5) Select correct V/F pattern 6) Operated too long at low speeds 6) Install a cooling fan with a separate power supply Eliminate fault at circuit connected to external fault External Fault External fault has occurred terminal or cause of external fault input 1) Line voltage low 1) Check line voltage 2) Load larger than line capacity is connected to line 2) Increase line capacity Low Voltage (welding machine, motor with high starting current 3) Exchange magnetic switch Protection connected to the commercial line) 3) Faulty magnetic switch at the input side of the inverter 1) Short has occurred between the upper and lower IGBT. 1) Check IGBT 2) Short has occurred at the output of the inverter 2) Check output wiring of inverter IGBT Short 3) Acceleration/Deceleration time is too short compared to 3) Increase acceleration time the GD²of load Inverter 1) Load is larger than inverter rating 1) Increase motor and/or inverter capacity Overload 2) Selected incorrect inverter capacity 2) Select correct inverter capacity Magnetic 1) The magnetic contactor does not work. 1) Replace the magnetic contactor Contactor Fail 2) The CVT fuse has opened. 2) Replace the CVT fuse 80 Chapter 6 - Troubleshooting & Maintenance 6.3 Troubleshooting Condition Check Point 1) Main circuit inspection: ? Is the input (line) voltage normal? (Is the LED in the inverter is lit?) ? Is the motor connected correctly? 2) Input signal inspection: ? Check the operating signal input to the inverter. ? Check the forward and the reverse signal input simultaneously to the inverter? ? Check the command frequency signal input to the inverter. The Motor Does Not 3) Parameter setting inspection: Rotate ? Is the reverse prevention (FUN 03) function set? ? Is the operation mode (FU1N 02) set correctly? ? Is the command frequency set to 0? 4) Load inspection: ? Is the load too large or is the motor jammed? (Mechanical brake) 5) Other: ? Is the alarm displayed on the keypad or is the alarm LED lit? (STOP LED blinks) The Motor Rotates ? Is the phase sequence of the output terminal U, V, W correct? in Opposite ? Is the starting signal (forward/reverse) connected correctly? Directions ? Is the frequency reference signal correct? (Check the level of the input signal) The Difference Between the ? Is the following parameter setting is correct? Rotating Speed and Lower Limit Frequency (FUN 27), Upper Limit Frequency (FUN 26), Analog Frequency Gain (FUN the Reference is 20~23) Too Large ? Is the input signal line influenced by external noise? (Use a shielded wire) ? Is the acceleration/deceleration time is set too short a period of time? The Inverter Does Not Accelerate or ? Is the load too large? Decelerate ? Is the Torque Boost (FUN 09~10) value is too high that the current limit function and the stall prevention Smoothly function do not operate? The Motor Current ? Is the load too large? is Too High ? Is the Torque Boost Value (manual) too high? ? Is the Upper Limit Frequency (FUN 26) value correct? The Rotating Speed ? Is the load too large? Does Not Increase ? Is the Torque Boost (FUN 09~10) value too high that the stall prevention function (FUN 45~46) does not operate? 1) Load inspection: ? Is the load oscillating? The Rotating Speed 2) Input signal inspection: Oscillates When the Inverter is ? Is the frequency reference signal oscillating? Operating. 3) Other: ? Is the wiring too long when the inverter is using V/F control? (Over 500m) CAUTION Risk of Electric Shock – More than one disconnect switch may be required to de-energize the equipment before servicing. 81 Chapter 6 - Troubleshooting Maintenance 6.3.1 Motor Does Not RUN No Yes Charge LED ON? Input Power ON? Inverter Trouble Yes RST or BX Check RST, BX No Terminal OFF? Terminal Input Yes FUN 02 FUN 02 set to No Set to 'Key'? 'Terminal 1' or 2? Yes Check FX, RX Terminal Input Yes FUN 01 FUN 01 No Set to 'Key'? Set to 'Terminal'? Yes Yes Freq. Set Analog Signal in DRV 00? V1-5G or I-5G? Yes Yes Voltage Output Yes Set Commnad freq. Command freq. Higher No higher than Starting at U,V,W? than FUN06? freq. [FUN 06] Yes No * Please check if the Run Check Output Wiring Prevetion is set correctly in Iverter Trouble and Motor FUN 03 82 Chapter 6 - Troubleshooting & Maintenance 6.3.2 Motor Speed NOT EQUAL to the Command Frequency Set High and Low Freq. limit selected in Yes Freq. limit correctly in FUN 25? FUN 26, 27 No Change Jump Freq. Jump Freq. selected in Command Freq.within Yes Yes and Bandwidth in FUN 28 ? Jump Freq. ? FUN 28 ~ 32 No No FUN 01 Set to No FUN 01 Set to 'Key'? 'Terminal''? Yes Analog Signal Potentionmeter or No Yes V1-5G or I-5G? Current Source Trouble Yes Change Acc./Dec. Acc./ Dec. Time Long? Yes Time according to Load Yes Change Stall Stall Prevention Stall Prevention Level Yes No Prevention Level Selected in FUN 45? correct? according to Load Yes Yes Inverter Trouble 83 Chapter 6 - Troubleshooting Maintenance 6.3.3 Motor Does Not Run Smoothly Acc/Dec Time Increase Acc/Dec Yes Short in DRV01, 02? Time. No Starting Frequency Lower Starting Yes High FUN 06? Frequency. No Analog Input Check Analog Yes Noise? Input Terminal No U,V,W Volatge Yes Check Motor and Load Balanced? No Inverter Trouble 84 Chapter 6 - Troubleshooting & Maintenance 6.3.4 Motor Overheats V/F Pattern Yes Change V/F Pattern Correct? FUN08 No Does Motor Run at Yes Use External Cooling Low Speed? No Increase Motor Yes Load Too Heavy? Capacity No Ouput Voltage/Current Yes Check Motor and Load Balanced? No Inverter Trouble 85 Chapter 6 - Troubleshooting Maintenance 6.4 How to Check Power Components Before checking the power components, be sure to disconnect AC Input supply and wait until the Main Electrolytic Capacitors (DCP-DCN) discharge. Contactor P1 P2 Charge resistor P/B1 G G G E E E B2 R + U Electrolytic S V capacitors T G W E G G G E E E N N Dynamic Braking Unit (Option) Diode Module Check Check Point Resistance R, S, T – P1 50 k ohms or more R, S, T – N 50 k ohms or more Charge Resistor Check Check Point Resistance Contactor terminals Resistance depending on models DB(Dynamic Braking) IGBT (Option) Check Point Resistance B2 - N 50 k ohms or more G - N A few kilo ohms IGBT Module Check Check Point Resistance B2 - N 50 k ohms or more G - N A few kilo ohms 86 Chapter 6 - Troubleshooting & Maintenance 6.5 Maintenance The iH series is an industrial electronic product with advanced semiconductor elements. However, temperature, humidity, vibration and aging parts may still affect it. To avoid this, it is recommended to perform routine inspections. 6.5.1 Precautions Be sure to remove the drive power input while performing maintenance. Be sure to perform maintenance only after checking that the bus has discharged. The bus capacitors in the electronic circuit can still be charged even after the power is turned off. The correct output voltage can only be measured by using a rectifier voltage meter. Other voltage meters, including digital voltage meters, are likely to display incorrect values caused by the high frequency PWM output voltage of the drive. 6.5.2 Routine Inspection Be sure to check the following before operation: The conditions of the installation location The conditions of the drive cooling Abnormal vibration Abnormal heating 6.5.3 Periodical Inspection Are there any loose bolt, nut or rust caused by surrounding conditions? If so, tighten them up or replace them. Are there any deposits inside the drive-cooling fan? If so, remove using air. Are there any deposits on the drive’s PCB (Printed Circuit Boards)? If so, remove using air. Are there any abnormalities in the various connectors of the drive’s PCB? If so, check the condition of the connector in question. Check the rotating condition of the cooling fan, the size and condition of the capacitors and the connections with the magnetic contactor. Replace them if there are any abnormalities. 6.5.4 Internal Fuse Replacement When the internal fuse is opened the IGBT’s should be checked thoroughly before replacing the fuse. Contact the factory for replacement fuse information. 87 Chapter 6 - Troubleshooting Maintenance 6.6 Daily and Periodic Inspection Items Period Measuring Inspection Inspection Method Criterion Instrument Is there any dust? Refer to the precautions Temperature: Thermometer, Ambient Is the ambient temperature and humidity -10~+45 no Hygrometer, Environ- adequate? freezing. Recorder ? ment Humidity: Under All 50% no dew Is there any abnormal oscillation or noise Use sight and hearing No abnormality Equipment ? Input Is the input voltage of the main circuit normal Measure the voltage between the Digital Multi- ? Voltage terminals R, S, T Meter/Tester Megger check (between the main circuit and Undo the inverter connections short DC 500V class ? Over 5M? the ground) the terminals R, S, T, U, V, W and Megger No fault Are any fixed parts removed? ? measure between these parts and the ? All Are there any traces of overheating at each ground. ? component’s cleaning? Tighten the screws. Visual check. Is the conductor rusty? Visual check No fault Conductor/ ? Is the wire coating damaged? Wire ? Terminal Is there any damage? Visual check No fault ? Check the resistance between each of the Undo the inverter connection and (Refer ‘How to Digital Multi- IGBT ? Module terminals. measure the resistance between R, S, Check Power Meter/Analog /Diode T ? P, N and U, V, W ? P, N with a Components”) Tester Module tester. Is there any liquid coming out? ? Visual check. No fault Capacitance Is the safety pin out, and is there any Measure with a capacitance- Over 85% of the Measuring Device Smoothing ? swelling? measuring device. rated capacity Capacitor Measure the capacitance. ? Is there any chattering noise during Auditory check. No fault ? operation? Relay Is there any damage to the contact Visual check. ? Is there any damage to the resistor Visual check. ? No fault Digital Multi- insulation? Error must be Meter/Analog Resistor Is the wiring in the resistor damaged (open)? Disconnect one of the connections Tester ? within ±10% the and measure with a tester. displayed resistance Is there any unbalance between each Measure the voltage between the The voltage Digital Multi- ? phases of the output voltage? output terminals U, V and W. balance between Meter/Rectifying the phases for Voltmeter Operation Nothing must be wrong with display circuit Short and open the inverter protective 200V (800V) class ? Check after executing the sequence protective circuit output. is under 4V (8V). operation The fault circuit operates according to the sequence. Is there any abnormal oscillation or noise? Turn OFF the power and turn the fan Must rotate ? Is the connection area loose? by hand. smoothly. ? Tighten the connections. No fault Cooling Fan Is the displayed value correct? Check the meter reading at the Check the Voltmeter/ ? ? exterior of the panel specified and Ammeter etc. management Meter values. Are there any abnormal vibrations or noise? Auditory, sensory, visual check. No fault ? All Is there any unusual odor? Check for overheat and damage. ? Insulation Megger check (between the output terminals ? Undo the U, V and W connections and Over 5M? 500V class Resistor and the ground terminal) tie the motor wiring. Megger Note: Values in ( ) is for the 400V class inverters. 88 Cooling Control Circuit Inspection Motor Display Main Circuit System Protective Circuit Location Inspection Item Daily 1 year 2 year APPENDIX A - FUNCTIONS BASED ON USE Set the function properly according to the load and operating conditions. Application and related functions are listed in the following table. Use Related Parameter Code DRV-01 [Acceleration Time], DRV-02 [Deceleration Time], Accel/Decel Time, Pattern Adjustment FUN 11 [Acceleration Pattern], FUN 12 [Deceleration Pattern] Reverse Rotation Prevention FUN 03 [Forward, Reverse Prevention] Minimum Accel/Decel Time FUN 11 [Acceleration Pattern], FUN 12 [Deceleration Pattern] Accel/Decel at Continuous Rating Range FUN 11 [Acceleration Pattern], FUN 12 [Deceleration Pattern] Braking Operation Adjustment FUN 15 [Stop Method], FUN 33~36 [DC Braking], FUN 04 [Maximum Frequency], Operations for Frequencies Over 60 Hz FUN 25~26 [Frequency Limit] Selecting an Appropriate Output FUN 03 [Maximum Frequency], Characteristics for the Load FUN 05 [Base Frequency] FUN 05 [Starting Frequency], FUN 09~10 [Torque Boost], Motor Output Torque Adjustment FUN 45~46 [Stall Prevention], FUN 39~40 [Rated Motor] FUN 25~27 [Frequency Upper/Lower Limit], Output Frequency Limit I/O 20~24 [Analog Frequency Setting] Motor Overheat Protection FUN 51~53 [Electronic Thermal], FUN 38~40 [Rated Motor] I/O 01~06 [Define the Multi Function Input Terminals], Multi Step Operation I/O 12~19 [Jog, Multi Step Frequency], FUN 25~27 [Frequency Upper/Lower Limit] Jog Operation I/O 12 [Jog Frequency] Frequency Jump Operation FUN 28~32 [Frequency Jump] I/O 39~40 [Frequency Detection Level], Timing the Electronic Brake Operation I/O 07~11 [Multi Function Output] DRV 04 [Motor Speed], Displaying the Rotating Speed FUN 41~42 [Motor RPM Display Gain] Function Alteration Prevention FUN 98 [Parameter Lock] Energy Saving FUN 14 [Energy Saving] Auto Restart Operation After Alarm Stop FUN 42~43 [Auto Retry] PID Feedback Operation FUN 62~72 [PID Operation] Frequency Reference Signal and Output FUN 20~24 [Analog Frequency Setting] Adjusting Define the Multi-Function Input Terminals I/O 01~06 [Define the Multi-Function Input Terminals] Define the Multi-Function Input Terminals I/O 07~11 [Multi Function Auxiliary Contact Output Setting] I/O 01~06 [Define the Multi-Function Input Terminals], Commercial Line ? inverter Switchover I/O 07~11 [Multi-Function Auxiliary Contact Output Setting] Operation Frequency Meter Calibration I/O 34~37 [FM Output] I/O 50 [Inverter No.], Operate by Communicating with a Computer I/O 51 [communication Speed] I/O 52 [communication Timeout] 89 APPENDIX B - PARAMETERS BASED ON APPLICATION Application Parameter Code DRV Group When you want to change the frequency setting DRV 00 When you want to change the acceleration and deceleration time of the motor DRV 01, DRV 02 FUN Group When you want to use the Jump Code FUN 00 When you want to change the run/stop method FUN 02 When you want to change the frequency reference source FUN 01 When you want to prevent the motor from rotating at opposite directions FUN 03 When you want to change the stopping method FUN15 When DC injection braking is required before starting FUN 33~36 When you want to set the maximum frequency and the base frequency according to the rated torque of the motor FUN 37~40 When you want to adjust the starting frequency FUN 06 When a large starting torque is needed for loads such as elevators (Manual/Auto Torque Boost) FUN 09~10 When you want to select an appropriate output characteristic (V/F characteristic) according to loads FUN 08 When you want to se up your own V/F pattern FUN 16~19 When you want to use the energy saving function FUN 14 When you want to protect the motor from overheating FUN 51~54 When you want to output a signal when the overload condition lasts more than a fixed amount of time FUN 47~48 When you want to cut off the output when the overload condition lasts more than a fixed amount of time FUN 49~50 When you want to set the stall prevention function FUN 45~46 When you want to prevent the resonance from the oscillating characteristics of a machine FUN 28~31 When you want to start the inverter as soon as the power is turned ON FUN 55 When you want to restart the inverter by resetting the fault when a fault occur FUN 42~43 When you want to use the instant power failure restart function (Speed Search) FUN 56~58 When you want to enter the motor constants FUN 38~40 When you want to reduce noise or leakage current by changing the PWM carrier frequency FUN 61 When you want to operate using PID feedback FUN 62~72 When you want to copy the inverter parameter to another inverter FUN 95~96 When you want to initialize the parameters FUN 97 When you want to prevent the parameters from being changed FUN 98 I/O Group When you want to set the analog voltage or current for the frequency reference I/O 34~37 When you want to set the step frequency I/O 13~19 When you want to change the functions for the input terminals P1~P6 I/O 12 ~ 14 When you want to check the status of the input/output terminals I/O 43~44 When you want to check the fault history of the inverter I/O 46~47 When you want to use the JOG and multi step speed operation I/O 01~06 st th When you want to change the 1 ~ 7 acceleration/deceleration time I/O 20~23 When you want to set the frequency detection level I/O 39~40 When you want to change the functions of the multi function auxiliary contact output (AXA-AXC) I/O 07~11 When you want to exchange the motor to commercial power line from inverter or the opposite I/O 01~06 90 DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY Council Directive(s) to which conformity is declared: CD 73/23/EEC and CD 89/336/EEC Units are certified for compliance with: EN50178 (1997) EN 50081-1 (1992) for 460V series inverters EN 50081-2 (1993) for 230V series inverters EN 55011 (1994) EN 50082-2 (1995) EN 61000-4-2 (1995) ENV 50140 (1993) & ENV 50204 (1995) EN 61000-4-4 (1995) EN 61000-4-5 (1995) for 460V series inverters ENV 50141 (1993) EN 61000-4-8 (1993) Type of Equipment: Inverter (Power Conversion Equipment) Model Name: SV - iH Series Trade Mark: LS Industrial Systems Co., Ltd. Representative: LG International (Deutschland) GmbH Address: Lyoner Strasse 15, 60528, Frankfurt am Main, Germany Manufacturer: LS Industrial Systems Co., Ltd. Address: 181, Samsung-ri, Mokchon-eup, Chonan, Chungnam, 330-845 Korea We, the undersigned, hereby declare that equipment specified above conforms to the Directives and Standards mentioned. Place: Frankfurt am Main Chonan, Chungnam, Germany Korea Mr. Ik-Seong Yang / Dept. Manager Mr. Hyuk-Sun Kwon / General Manager (Full name / Position) (Full name / Position) 91 TECHNICAL STANDARDS APPLIED The standards applied in order to comply with the essential requirements of the Directives 73/23/CEE "Electrical material intended to be used with certain limits of voltage" and 89/336/CEE "Electromagnetic Compatibility" are the following ones: • EN 50178 (1997) “Safety of information technology equipment”. • EN 50081-1 (1992) “Electromagnetic compatibility. Generic emission standard. Part 1: Residential, commercial and light industry.” • EN 50081-2 (1993) “Electromagnetic compatibility. Generic emission standard. Part 2: Industrial environment.” • EN 55011 (1994) “Limits and methods of measurements of radio disturbance characteristics of industrial, scientific and medical (ISM) radio frequency equipment.” • EN 50082-2 (1995) “Electromagnetic compatibility. Generic immunity standard. Part 2: Industrial environment.” • EN 61000-4-2 (1995) “Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Part 4: Testing and measurement techniques. Section 2: Electrostatic discharge immunity test. Basic EMC Publication (IEC 1000-4-2: 1995).” • ENV 50140 (1993) “Electromagnetic compatibility - Basic immunity standard - Radiated radio- frequency electro magnetic field - Immunity test.” • ENV 50204 (1995) “Radio electromagnetic field from digital radio telephones.” • EN 61000-4-4 (1995) “Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Part 4: Testing and measurement techniques. Section 4: Electrical fast transients / burst immunity test. Basic EMC Publication (IEC 1000-4-4: 1995).” “Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Part 4: Testing and • EN 61000-4-5: 1995 measurement techniques. Section 5: Surge immunity test. Basic EMC Publication (IEC 1000-4-5: 1995).” • ENV 50141 (1993) “Electromagnetic compatibility. Basic immunity standard. Conducted disturbances induced by radio-frequency fields.” • EN 61000-4-8 (1993) “Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Part 4: Testing and measurement techniques. Section 8: Power frequency magnetic field immunity test - Basic EMC Publication (IEC 1000-4-8: 1993).” 92 RFI FILTERS THE L.G. RANGE OF POWER LINE FILTERS FF (Footprint) – FE (Standard) SERIES, HAVE BEEN SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED WITH HIGH FREQUENCY LS INVERTERS, THE USE L.G. FILTERS, WITH THE INSTALLATION ADVICE OVERLEAF HELP TO ENSURE TROUBLE FREE USE ALONG SIDE SENSITIVE DEVICES AND COMPLIANCE TO CONDUCTED EMISSION AND IMMUNITY STANDARDS TO EN50081 CAUTION IN CASE OF A LEAKAGE CURRENT PROTECTIVE DEVICES IS USED ON POWER SUPPLY, IT MAY BE FAULT AT POWER-ON OR OFF. IN AVOID THIS CASE, THE SENSE CURRENT OF PROTECTIVE DEVICE SHOULD BE LARGER THAN VALUE OF LAKAGE CURRENT AT WORST CASE IN THE BELOW TABLE. RECOMMENDED INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS To conform to the EMC directive, it is necessary that these instructions be followed as closely as possible. Follow the usual safety procedures when working with electrical equipment. All electrical connections to the filter, inverter and motor must be made by a qualified electrical technician. 1-) Check the filter rating label to ensure that the current, voltage rating and part number are correct. 2-) For best results the filter should be fitted as closely as possible to the incoming mains supply of the wiring enclousure, usually directly after the enclousures circuit breaker or supply switch. 3-) The back panel of the wiring cabinet of board should be prepared for the mounting dimensions of the filter. Care should be taken to remove any paint etc. from the mounting holes and face area of the panel to ensure the best possible earthing of the filter. 4-) Mount the filter securely. 5-) Connect the mains supply to the filter terminals marked LINE, connect any earth cables to the earth stud provided. Connect the filter terminals marked LOAD to the mains input of the inverter using short lengths of appropriate gauge cable. 6-) Connect the motor and fit the ferrite core (output chokes) as close to the inverter as possible. Armoured or screened cable should be used with the 3 phase conductors only threaded twice through the center of the ferrite core. The earth conductor should be securely earthed at both inverter and motor ends. The screen should be connected to the enclousure body via and earthed cable gland. 7-) Connect any control cables as instructed in the inverter instructions manual. IT IS IMPORTANT THAT ALL LEAD LENGHTS ARE KEPT AS SHORT AS POSSIBLE AND THAT INCOMING MAINS AND OUTGOING MOTOR CABLES ARE KEPT WELL SEPARATED. 93 RFI Filters (Footprint - Standard) for iH SERIES series / Filtros Estándar / Standard Filters iH CORRIENTE CHOQUES DIMENSIONES MONTAJE TORNILLOS VARIADOR CODIGO INTENS. TENSION PESO POT. DE FUGAS DE SALIDA DE FIJACION DIMENSIONS MOUNTING POWER LEAKAGE OUTPUT CURRENT INVERTER CODE VOLTAGE WEIGHT MOUNT CURRENT L W H Y X CHOKES TRIFASICOS THREE PHASE NOM. MAX. 1.3A 150A 480 x 200 x 160 468 x 166 SV030iH-2U 30kW FE-T150-2 150A 250VAC --- FS – 3 SV037iH-2U 37kW FE-T170-2 170A 250VAC 1.3A 150A 480 x 200 x 160 468 x 166 --- FS – 3 FE-T230-2 230A 250VAC 1.3A 150A 580 x 250 x 205 560 x 170 --- FS – 4 SV045iH-2U 45kW 1.3A 150A 580 x 250 x 205 560 x 170 SV055iH-2U 55kW FE-T280-2 280A 250VAC --- FS – 4 SV030iH-4U 30kW FE-T070-2 70A 380VAC 1.3A 150A 350 x 180 x 90 338 x 146 --- FS – 3 1.3A 150A 425 x 200 x 130 408 x 166 SV037iH-4U 37kW FE-T100-2 100A 380VAC --- FS – 3 SV045iH-4U 45kW 1.3A 150A 425 x 200 x 130 408 x 166 FE-T120-2 120A 380VAC --- FS – 3 SV055iH-4U 55kW 1.3A 150A 480 x 200 x 160 468 x 166 SV075iH-4U 75kW FE-T170-2 170A 380VAC --- FS – 3 SV090iH-4U 90kW FE-T230-2 230A 380VAC 1.3A 150A 580 x 250 x 205 560 x 170 --- FS – 4 SV110iH-4U 110kW FE-T280-2 280A 380VAC 1.3A 150A 580 x 250 x 205 560 x 170 --- FS – 4 SV132iH-4U 132kW SV160iH-4U 160kW FE-T400-2 400A 380VAC 1.3A 150A 700 x 370 x 250 640 x 300 --- FS – 4 1.3A 150A 700 x 370 x 250 640 x 300 SV220iH-4U 220kW FE-T480-2 480A 380VAC --- FS – 4 94 DIMENSIONS TIPO D W H X O FS – 1 21 85 46 70 5 FS – 2 28.5 105 62 90 5 FS – 3 48 150 110 125 x 30 5 FS – 4 58 200 170 180 x 45 5 Polígono Industrial de Palou 08400 Granollers ( Barcelona ) SPAIN / ESPAÑA Tel: +34 93 861 14 60 Fax: +34 93 879 26 64 E-mail: info@lifasa.com vsd@lifasa.es http://www.lifasa.com 95 UL MARKING 1. Short Circuit Rating “Suitable For Use On A Circuit Capable Of Delivering Not More Than Table1 RMS Symmetrical Amperes, 240V for rated 240V drives, 480V for rated 480V drives Volts Maximum,” or equivalent. Table 1. RMS Symmetrical Amperes for iH series. Model Rating SV030iH-4U, SV037iH-4U 5,000A SV045iH-4U, SV055iH-4U, SV075iH-4U, SV090iH-4U, SV110iH-4U, SV132iH-4U 10,000A SV160iH-4U, SV220iH-4U 18,000A 2. SHORT CIRCUIT FUSE/BREAKER MARKING Use Class H or K5 UL Listed Input Fuse and UL Listed Breaker Only. See the table below for the Voltage and Current rating of the fuses and the breakers. External Fuse Breaker Internal Fuse Input Motor Inverter Current Voltage Current Voltage Current Voltage Voltage [kW] Manufacturer Model Number [A] [V] [A] [V] [A] [V] 30 SV030iH-4U 100 500 100 460 125 600 Hinode Elec. 600FH-125S 37 SV037iH-4U 100 500 225 460 150 600 Hinode Elec. 600FH-150S 45 SV045iH-4U 100 500 225 460 200 600 Hinode Elec. 600FH-200S 55 SV055iH-4U 150 500 225 460 200 600 Hinode Elec. 600FH-200S 400V 75 SV075iH-4U 200 500 225 460 125 600 Hinode Elec. 600FH-125S CLASS 90 SV090iH-4U 250 500 400 460 200 600 Hinode Elec. 600FH-200S 110 SV110iH-4U 300 500 400 460 200 600 Hinode Elec. 600FH-200S 132 SV132IH-4U 400 500 400 460 300 600 Hinode Elec. 600FH-300S 160 SV160iH-4U 400 500 400 460 300 600 Hinode Elec. 600FH-300S 220 SV220iH-4U - - 600 460 600 600 Hinode Elec. 600SPF-600UL 3. OVERLOAD PROTECTION OC Limit : Inverter shuts off its output when inverter output current exceeds its overload trip level (FUN- 49 OC lim. Level)for overload trip time. (FUN-50 OC lim.time) 4. OVER SPEED PROTECTION “Not Provided With Overspeed Protection”. 96
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