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HIGH PERFORMANCE ALL-DIGITAL SUPER LOW-NOISE GENERAL-PURPOSE INVERTER DRIVES

Var"ispeed-616(m;"1'3 plus
200 to 230V 0 .5 to 100HP (0.4 to 75kW) (1 .4 to 130kVA) 380 to 460V 0.5 to 400HP (0.4 to 300kW) (1 .4 to 510kVA) 500 to 600V 2 to 200HP (1 .5 to 160k" (2 to 200kVA)

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A tough, effective, and adaptable inverter is a must for top performance of high-tech machines. Yaskawa's is a software based inverter which offers the flexibility to take full advantage of your machine's performance . As a successor to the highly successful VS-616G2, the Varispeed-616G3 plus (VS-616G3 plus) has been designed as a full software inverter . Its enhanced functions and performance guarantee that throughout the 90's the VS-616G3 plus will set the standard that other inverters will be judged by . With its vast experience in motor drive manufacturing, YASKAWA developed the VS-616G3 plus as an inverter that adds value to your machine .

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All VS-616G3 plus series models employ IGBT for switching . The high-speed switching of the IGBT has changed the very concept of inverter control . Precise waveform control coupled with the high performance of the IGBT provides numerous advantages such as quiet operation, high starting torque, smoother shaft rotation and improved reliability .
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As quiet as running with commercial power


Employing our original asynchronous high-carrier technique for sine wave PWM control, we have succeeded in eliminating the motor noises that plagued conventional PWM inverters . Running noise has been reduced by approximately 20 dB as compared to conventional PWM inverters . This quiet operation assures a more comfortable working en vironment . Motor Noise Comparison

Tough inverters with utmost reliability


Standardized control circuits, custom LSI with original high integration design, latest surface mounted technology (SMT), and our IGBT direct drive technique-all combine to provide a compact and highly reliable inverter . Compact and highly reliable control board with SMT

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Exclusive-use ROM customizes the inverter for your machine control.


*Specialized ROM for cranes and hoists. This provides a slipping down prevention and an output phase interruption.protecdon . *Specialized ROM to correspond max . frequency 800Hz. *Process control specialized ROM with built-in PID control . " Energy-saving control specialized ROM to greatly reduce motor running costs .
Note : Specify the desired ROM on your order.

Water and dust tight type (NEMA4 Model) 200 to 2301380 to 460V 3 to 'I0HP (2.2 to 7.5kW) Standard

Features of IGBT ( Insulated Gate Bi-polar Transistor)

" Minimal-loss, high-speed switching up to larger ampare ratings " Direct drive through logic circuitry because of voltagedriven element " Can accommodate 575V power supply

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Any type of machine starts smoothly (High-torque Tripless Operation Even at Low Speed) Two types of control can be selected depending on the applications . " With Vlf control (general purpose) which is applicable for any type of motor (Torque exceeding 15096 at 1120 speed)
The fully-automatic torque boost feature based on our unique vector control operation and exact sine wave drive ensures maximum performance whenever it is needed . This tough, no-stall inverter won't trip even if overloaded .
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A variety of models
The IGBT series consists of a variety of inverters from which you can select the optimum model for your machine .
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"Voltage-type vector control combined with YASKAWA standard motor (Torque exceeding 15096 under operation at AI Hz)
Simply change to encoder-less voltage-type vector control using exclusive-use ROM. Smooth starting at heavy loads and high-accuracy positioning are possible . Specify "voltage-type vector control incorporating type" on your order.
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Your Machine becomes "one-ofa-kind.'


The new intelligent inverter was designed based on accumulated know-how in motor drives . The versatility of the new fullydigital software inverter satisfies numerous needs and enables you to upgrade your machines . A broad function selection allows rapid and significant changes in your machine's performance . UL and CSA certified products back up your global strategies. UL listed
Consolidated monitoring functions for operating state
In addition to the conventional monitoring items, frequency input, output frequency, output current, output voltage, DC voltage, output power, and 1/0 terminal state are also indicated digitally to facilitate monitoring of machine operation . Alarm contents are retained in memory even at power off.
OUTPUT FREQUENCY INDICATION EXAMPLE MOTOR CURRENT INDICATION EXAMPLE

Simple multi-step operation


Operation speed can be set by up to nine steps by switching four-contact input signals . Various sequence operations can also be easily set . (See pages 44 and 53 .)
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The advanced multi-function I/O terminals adapt the inverter to each machine . Just set system constants with the digital operator to customize the I/O terminals.

Digital indication of operating frequency makes checking of operating state easy


DC VOLTAGE INDICATION EXAMPLE

Direct indication of motor currentallows easy verifcation of loads


ALARM MESSAGE INDICATION EXAMPLE

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STANDARD SETTING (2'WIRE SEQUENCE) Input power can be checked by one-touch operation. The recdfled value of input voltage can be read directly
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output power is read on digital display or output terminals so that load status is clear Energy savFngss can be easily monitored with the output power display

Contact states "open" and "closed" are read directly from the display to simple system troubleshooting

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Basic and application functions ready to use

Global service network

Our quality assurance service network covers the USA, Europe, and Southeast Asia. LTL and CSA certified products fit your global strategies .

Over 200 intelligent functions including overtorque detection, reverse prevention, and frequency upper and lower liimiter are supplied as standard. The following riew functions are also provided: " External control of accel/decel (by switching or analog input) (See pages 54 and 56 .) " Variable output voltage function by external signals (See page 55 .)
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For other options refer to page 12, 13 .

with the Highly Flexible Software Control


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A well-stocked software library customizes the inverter for each machine


The software library of the highly regarded VS-616G2 has been further enhanced to optimize the inverter for any machine . " Adjusts the motor voltage to the optimum level by exact calculation of torque required for the load . This assures continuous operation even under overload conditions . full-range, fully automatic torque boos Lby vector control operation

Various monitors
A scalable analog output for frequency or current measurement is provided as a standard Changing the ammeter, voltmeter, and wattmeter outputs is also possible by setting system constants. (See page 45 .) For applications requiring more feedback, an optional AO-08 board allows three sig nals to be output . If two analog output signals are required, use option AO-08 or AO-12 .
OUTPUT FREQUENCY METER

Motor speed can be precisely set with an external signal . Either 4 digits BCD (binary code decimal) or 16 binary bits can be used (on-board option) .
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Easy to link with PLC

Computer link

Computer control with a personal computer or high-order sequencer can be accomplished through RS-232C, -422, -485 high-speed communication interface

Enhanced output interface


" Guarantees high-precision and constant operation regardless of load fluctuations. (See page 54 .) Slip compensation circuit reduces motor slip to less than 1 % . Use of PG speed control card (PGC) improves up to approx . 0 .03% . (Example of 200V, I OHP (7 .SkW), 4-pole motor) WITH PG SPEED
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Two new open collector output signals (a total of three output signals including the contact output) together with the multifunction output selection make possible more enhanced control of machines . (See page 55 .) " At zero-speed, at set speed, at set speed with hysterisis on decel ramp or accel ramp . (as standard) " Frequency detection (detects a set frequency, below or above) " Overtorque detected (machine overloaded) " Low voltage detected (Input voltage insufficient) " Others

High-accuracy operation by speed feedback control

Speed regulation caused by slip is minimized using speed feedback function of pulse generator (PG) mounted on a motor .

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Simultaneous read and write of constants


Set values can be copied by one touch control with the constant copy unit.

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" Two seconds momentary power loss ride-thru. (See page 51 .)
INPUT VOLTAGE MOTOR SPEED ' COASTING

The output frequency can be scaled such that many units such as motor speed, load axis speed (r/min), line speed (m/min), and flow (m3/min) may be indicated . (See page 53 .)
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Accel/decel time, frequency reference, and frequency meter scale, among others, can be adjusted while the machine is running. This speeds start-up and reduces downtime for system tuning.

" Automatic restartafterfault(Seepage 53 .) After a fault occurs, the microcomputer performs self diagnosis and restarts automatically without stopping motor . (Up to 10 retries) " Accel/decel (See page 513 The stall prevention at running function ensures tripless operation.

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The frequency input options and output monitoring options allow high-precision control and monitoring. " Frequency reference option cards: High-precision analog input AI-14U (14 bits) AI-14B (13 bits with direction) General-purpose digital input DI-08 (two BCD digits or eight binary bits) DI-16G (four BCD digits or sixteen binary bits) " Monitoring option card " Analog monitor AO-08(0-1OVDC, 8 bits, 2-point output) AO-12 (0-IOVDC, 12 bits, 2-point output) " Pulse monitor PO-36F (1F, 6F, 1OF, 12F, 36F, +12V) " Digital output DO-08 (E contacts, 6 open-collectors) .

ADVANCED LEVEL MOTOR DRIVE


Conventional Weak Points Have been Overcome to Achieve Top Motor Performance
Conventional Inverter Shortcomings VS-616G3 plus Solutions 15096 torque established at 1120 of the rated speed. Motor torque increases up to 150% over fullspeed range due current waveform correction by asynchronous PWM method and automatic torque compensation by vector control operation . W
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Torque characteristics of 5HP (3 .7kW) IM driven by model CIMft-G3A23P7. 15096 min . torque assured at 1 Hz Voltage-type vector control combined with Yaskawa standard motor achieves strong lowspeed torque .

Easily starts motor with a brake. can be securely tripped .


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V/f can be changed arbitrarily . Automatic torque boost effectively solves the eccentric torque problem. Inverter of the same capacity as the motor can be used for costsavings.

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Original, asynchronous, high-carrier frequency, PWM technique Improves the motor characteristics. This eliminates the need for an AC reactor to reduce ripple current.

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Built-in sensoriess speed control functton reduces speed fluctuations to 113 to 115 of rated speed.
Precisely calculates load from motor current and corrects slip . For precise slip correction by this function, motor rated current, no load current, and rated slip are required

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The voltage-type vector control responds three times better than that of V/f control . It also operates strongly during disturbance .

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Automatically adjusts the acceleration rate according to the current of the accelerating motor to prevent stalling or overcurrent condition .

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The VS-616G3 flexible inverter incorporates a variety of application knowhow. Select special functions from a multitude of possibilities to perfectly match your machine .
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Speed search operation DC Injection braking before operation Commercial power source 1 Inverter sMichover operation Energy saving operation LAWN-step Speed operation

Target market
inertia load drive such as blower, winder, etc Blower, pump, etc which have windmill effects Blower, pump, mixer, extruder, etc Precision machine tool Transportation machine, etc

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Operation, advantages

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synchronize with Starts the inverter at the specified frequency, automatically detects the synthe coasting motor chrronmation point, and leads the operation to the operation frequency No speed detector is required It is no longer necessary to stop the motor before starring, the operation efficiency for the customer is greatly improved Starting the free running motor Automatic switching between commercial power source and inverter Energy saving, Low vibration When the direction of the free nuuung motor is unfired, the above speed search operation function is difficult to use In these, the motor can be stopped by DC ugection braking, and be restarted by the inverter The operation is completely automatic Switching of commercial power source to inverter or inverter to commercial power source is done without stopping the motor The operation efficiency for the customer u improved When the inverter size is decided by the starting capacity (as in the extruder), this function can be used to reduce the inverter capacity Full power is output during accel / decel When it reaches a constant speed, the output voltage is automatically reduced to the preset value Mainly applied to reduce the vibration in precision machine tools

Schedule operation Multi-stop operation can be set by setting the contact combinations, so the conunder fixed speed nection with PLC becomes very easy When combined with jog speed can also command and pose- allow supple positioning
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Accel 1 decal time Machine tool, etc Chofgeovet operation Inverter overheat predkhion 3iuke sequence

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The two lands of accel / decel times are switched by an external contact signal Necessary for switching operation of 2 machines with different functions by a single inverter Also used m emergency stopping applications When the ambient temperature of the inverter ruses to within 10C of the maxi mum allowable temperature, wanting is given Motor" keeps running operation can be accomplished using a momentary push-button switch
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When the inverter taps, it first begins to coast, and then it immediately is dragimprovement of operation reliability nosed by computer, resets automatically, and returns to the original operation speed by speed search operation Up to 10 retry counts can be selected DC direction DC miection braking e performed from top speed The duty >s 5% or less braking of mducCan generate 50% to 70% of the braking torque Economic, because a braking tion motor resistor is not necessary Has advantage of mounting in completely closed cabinets

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Excess torque detect setting operation

Target market
Blower, cutter, extruder, etc

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" Protection of machine " Improvement of continuous operation reliability " Torque lunit Motor speed limit

operation, advantages
The inverter can be switched to coasting or motor speed reducing mode as soon as it reaches a certain preset torque level Machine (especially cutter) protection can be done without using special peripheral devices When used to a blower application the operation frequency can be automatically reduced to the load balancing point, according to the overload condition, and prevent overload tripping The upper and lower lmuts of the motor speed can be set independently No peripheral operation units The command stgral bias and gam can also be set independently

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Prevent mechanical The motor simply passes through the preset speed, and continuous running cannot vibration m the be done at this speed This function a used to avoid the mechanical resonance equipment point of the equipment (Up to 3 points can to set ) Lower noise, ehnu- The carver frequency can be set to reduce the acoustic noise from the motor and nates resonance machine system Improving rehabih of continuous operation Monitor function enhancement Motor with mechanical brake opennon Zero-frequency interlock Command speed reach interlock Protection of machine, improvement of operation continuation rehabihty System protection for undervoltage Command speed agreed interlock

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Automatic continuous Air conditioner operation when the speed command Is lost Load speed display Run signal Zero-speed signal Speed agreed signal Excess torque signal General General Machine tools Machine tools Blower, cutter, extruder, etc

When the frequency command signal is lost, operation m automatically continued at the pre-programmed speed (Countermeasures to the failure of host coinputer ) Thus function is important for as conditioning systems m "intelligent buildings "" Can indicates motor speed (r/mm), machine speed loaded (rlnun), line speed (m/mm), etc "Closed" during operation "Open" during coasting to a stop interlock contact point during stop Can be used as tool exchange signal The contact doses when inverter output frequency reaches the set value be used as an interlock for lathes, etc Works when "overtorque setting operation" is accomplished torque hnuter Can Can be used as g, " 0 Cn-20 Sn-20 to 22 Sn-20 to 22 Sn-20 to 22

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This contact u "closed" only when tripped b 1 low voltage Can be used as power loss detection relay for the system power loss countermeasure The contact closes when the speed agrees at irbitrary frequency command

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Gear dmnge inter- The contact doses at an arbitrary output frequency and above lock etc Gear change mter- The contact doses at the arbitrary output frequency and below lock etc Operation Interlock, Always "dose" when the inverter output is off etc Preventive maintenance operation stability "Close" when an overheat of a built-m bralong resistor or a braking transistor error is detected "Close" when the frequency reference suddenly drops to 10% or below of the set value Functions as supplementary frequency reference Also used for fine control of input reference, output voltage adjustment, eternal control of accel / decal time, and fine adjustment of overtorque detection level Either a frequency meter, ammeter, voltmeter, or wattmeter can be used Enables external operation with high resolution instructions Also enables no and reverse operation using positive or negative voltage signals Enables operation with 8-bit or 16-bit digital signals Easily connects to NC or PC (DI-08, DI-1613; Monitors output frequency, motor current, output voltage, and DC voltage (AO-08, AO-12) Indicates output frequency using a pulse counter crete output (PO-36F) Indicates errors through dis0 0

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SPECIFICATIONS 200 to 230V


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Rated Input Voltage Power and Frequency Supply Allowable Voltage Fluctuation Allowable Frequency Fluctuation Control Method Frequency Control Range Frequency AAccuracy y Frequency Setting Resolution Control Charac- Output Frequency Resolution ieristics Overload Capacity Frequency Setting Signal Accel/Decel Time Braking Torque NO. Of V-f Patterns (Total of 45) Motor Overload Protection Instantaneous Overcurrent Blown Fuse Protection Overload

Motor coasts to a stop if converter output voltage drops to 210V or below. Immediately stop by 15 ms and above longer power loss (Continuous system operation during ions Momentary Power Loss .~=ap-,ped as standard.) *a Setting mode before shipment. Fin Overheat Thermostat Cooling Fart Fault Fan sensor for inverters of more than 40HP (30kW) Stall Prevention Stall prevention during acceleration/deceleration and constant speed operation Ground Fault Provided by electronic circuit Power Charge Indication Charge lamp stays ON until bus voltage drops below 50V. Location Indoor (protected from corrosive gases and dust) +14 to 1040F (-10 to +40C) for enclosed wall-mounted type and water and dust tight type' Environ- Ambient Temperature (not frozen) +14 to 1220F (-10 to +50 C) for open chassis type mental Condi- Storage Temperature *a - 4 to 140F (- 20 to +60C) lions Humidity 90% RH (non condensing) Vibration 9.8m/s2 (1G) at 10 to 20Hz, up to 1.96m/s2 (0 .2G) at 20 to 55Hz * 1 Our standard 4-pole motor is used for max applicable motor output . *2 Allowable values for applications not requiring overload *3 Encorder-less voltage-type vector control corresponds to inverter models CIMR-G320P4 to -G32022 *4 For Models of 3 HP (2 .2kW) or less, continuous system operation during momentary power loss less than 1 sec Two-seconds ride-thru available as option *5 For water and dust tight type (NEMA4), models of 3 HP to 10 HP (2 .2kW to 7.5kW) are available. *6 Temperature during shipping (for short period)
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Protec-

Overvoltage

V/f control or encoder-less voltage-type *3 Cvector control using exclusive ROM _ 0.1 to '100 Hz 14 to 104F + 77 18F Digital command 0.01% -10 to 40C ] Analog command: 0.16 C25 100C Digital operator reference: 0 01 Hz (when less than 100 Hz), 0 1 Hz (when -_ 100 Hz or more) Analog reference. 0.06 Hz/60 Hz 0.01 Hz (1/30000) 150% rated output current for one minute _ 0 to 10 VDC (20 kQ), 4 to 20 mA (2500) 0 to 10V (OPTIONAL) 0.1 to 6000 sec (Accel/Decel time setting independently) . 20% Approx 4: For general purpose 4: For high starting torque 4: For fans and u _ - os 3: For machine tools Electronic thermal overload relay Motor coasts to a stop at approx 200% rated output current. Motor coasts to a stop by blown-fuse . Motor coasts to a stop after 1 minute at 150% rated output current. Motor coasts to a stop if converter output voltage exceeds 400V . Sine wave PWM

14

SPECIFICATIONS
Inverter Model CIMR - G3 := ;

380 to 460V
Low Noise Type 40M 40P7 495 42P2 143P7 145FS 47P5 4011 401,1 40181 4M 141W
MJ 1

Compact Low-camer tiequency Type


418542204300

0 5 1 2 3 5 7 5 10 15 20 25 30 40 Max. Applicable Motor Output*' HP (kW) (0 4) (075) (15) (2 2) (3 7) (55) (7 5) (11) (15) (185) (22) (30) t(37)45 Inverter Capacity kVA 14 2 2 3 4 41 6 9 103 13 7 20 6 274 34 41 54
Output Rated Current A

75 (55)

110 140 200 250 82

100 150 200 60 250 300 400 (75) (110) (160) (45) (185) (220) (300) 290 380 510 340 450 600

16 18

26 40 48 29 45 54

8 9

12

16

24 27

32 36

48 54

64 72 90

128 165 224 300 96

thara" Max. Continuous Current* 2 A


Max . Voltage Rated Frequency Power Rated Input Voltage and Frequency Allowable Voltage Fluctuation Allowable Frequency Fluctuation

3-Phase, 380/400/415/440/460V (Proportional to input voltage) 50, 60, 72, 90, 120, 180 Hz (up to 400 Hz available) 3-Phase 380/400/415/440/460V, 50/60Hz
10%

135 18

108 144 180 252 337 108 380 506 675

Supply

5% V/f control or encoder-less voltage-type * Control Method Sine wave PWM vector control using exclusive ROM 0.1 to 400 Hz Frequency Control Range +191( to 104 F 77 18 F Digital command: 0.01% Frequency Accuracy l to 404 0 ) Analog command 0.16 (25 10C ) Digital operator reference: 0.01112, (when less than 100 Hz), 0.1 Hz (when 100 Hz or more) Frequency Setting Resolution Analo reference 0 06 Hz/60 Hz Control 0.01 Hz (1/30000) Charac- Output Frequency Resolution terisfcs Overload Capacity 150% rated output current for one minute Frequency Setting Signal 0 to 10 VDC (20 kG), _4 to 20 mA (250 0) 0 to 10V (OPTIONAL) Accel/Decel Time 0 1 to 6000 sec (Accel/Decel time setting independently) Braking Torque Approx . 2056 4: For general purpose 4: For high starting torque No . of V-f Patterns (Total of 15) 4: For fans and pumps 3. For machine tools Motor Overload Protection Electro nic thermal overload relay Instantaneous Overcurrent Motor coasts to a stop at approx. 200% rated output current. Blown Fuse Protection Motor coasts to a stop by blown-fuse . Motor coasts to a stop after 1 minute at 150% rated output current. Overload Motor coasts to a stop if converter output voltage exceeds OvervOlfa9 a 800V (700V). *s Motor coasts to a stop if converter output voltage drops ~e tec. UndervoBage to 420V or below . FuncImmediately stop by 15 ms and above longer power loss . (Continuous system operation during Lions Momentary Power Loss power loss less than 2 sec is equipped as standard .) *6 Setting mode before shipment . Thermostat Fin Overheat Cooling Fan Fault Fan sensor for inverters of more than 75HP (55kW) Stall prevention during acceleration/deceleration and constant speed operation Stall Prevention Ground Fault Provided by electronic circuit Power Charge Indication Charge lamp stays ON until bus voltage drops below 50V. Location Indoor (protected from corrosive gases and dust) 14 to 104F (-10 to +4000) for enclosed wall-mounted type and water and dust tight type* (not frozen) + Environ. Ambient Temperature + 14 to 1220F (-10 to +50 C) for open chassis type mental -4 to 140F (-20 to +60C) Candle Storage Temperature" fons 90% RH (non-condensing) Humidity 9 .8m/s2 (1G) at 10 to 20Hz, up to 1 .96M/S2 (0.2G) at 20 to 55Hz Vibration *1 Our standard 4-pole motor is used for max applicable motor output *2 Allowable values for applications not requirmg overload. *3 Both low noise type model-4145 and compact low-earner frequency type model-4045 are available for inverter of max applicable motor output 60Hz (45kW) *4 Encorder-less voltage-type vector control corresponds to inverter models CIMR-G340P4 to G34145. *5 800V for input voltage (Cn-O1) more than 400V and 700V for less than 400V . *6 For Models of 3 HP (2 .2kW) or less, continuous system operation during momentary power loss less than 1 sec. Two-seconds ride-thru available as option *7 For water and dust tight type (NEMA4), models of 3 HP to 10 HP (2 .2kW to 7 5 kW) are available *8 Temperature during shipping (for short period)

15

SPECIFICATIONS (500 to 600V)


Inverter Model CIMR - G3 ;=] Max. Applicable Motor Output*' Inverter Capacity Output Rated Current Max. Continuous Current*2 Max. Voltage Rated Frequency Rated Input Voltage and Power Frequency Supply Allowable Voltage Fluctuation Allowable Frequency Ructuatlon Control Method Frequency Control Range Frequency Accuracy Frequency Setting Resolution control Charac. Output Frequency Resolution teridcs Overload Capacity Frequency Setting Signal Accel/Decel Time Braking Torque NO . of V-f Patterns (Total of 45) Motor Overload Protection Instantaneous Overcurrent Blown Fuse Protection Overload
Protec-

Compact Low-carrier Frequency Type 51P5 52P2 53P7 55P5 57P5 5011 5015 5018 5022 5030 5037 5045 5055 5075 5090 5110 5160 Low Noise Type (1 .5) (2 .2) (3 .

Hp NW) kVA A

5 7

(5 .5) (7.5) (11

7 .5

10 14

15 19

(15 20 22 25

18 .5 (22 (30) (37) (45) (55 25 27 30 30 32 36 40 41 46 50 52 58 60 62 69

75 77

(75 0 (90) (110 99

100 125 150 200 130 172 200

(160

3.5

4.1 4.6

6.3

9.8 12 .5 17 11 .0

A 3.9

3-Phase, 500/600V (Pro portional to input voltage) 50, 60, 72, 90, 120, 180 Hz (up to 400 Hz available) 3-1'hase 500/575/600V, 50/60 Hz

86 1111 145 1192 224

i:5% Sine wave PWM 0.1 to 400 Hz 14 to 400C 77 + I 0 .F + Digital command: 0.01% -lOto0 , Analog command 0.1 % (25 _1 C Digital operator reference: 0.01 Hz (when less than 100 Hz), 0.1 Hz (when 100 Hz or more) Analog reference: 0.06 Hz/60 Hz 0.01 Hz (1/30000) 150% rated output current for one minute 0 to 10 VDC (20 kG), 4 to 20 mA (250 0) 0 to 10V (OPTIONAL) 0.1 to 6000 sec (Accel/Decel time setting independently) Approx. 20% 4: For general purpose 4: For high starting torque 4: For fans and pumps 3: For machine tools Electronic thermal overload relay Motor coasts to a stop at approx. 200% rated current. Motor coasts to a stop by blown-fuse. Motor coasts to a stop after 1 minute at 150% rated output current. Motor coasts to a stop if converter output voltage exceeds 1040V (910V).*3

10%

Overvoltage Undervoltage

Motor coasts to a stop if converter output voltage drops to 546V or below. Immediately stop by 15 ms and above longer power loss . (Continuous system operation during Momentary Power Loss ,;ewer loss less than 2 sec is equipped as standard.) *4 Setting mode before shipment . Fin Overheat Ther mostat Cooling Fan Fault Fan sensor for inverter of more than 30HP (22kW) Stall Prevention Stall prevention at acceleration/deceleration and constant speed operation Ground Fault Provided by electronic circuit Power Charge Indication Charge lamp stays ON until bus voltage drops below 50V. Location Indoor (protected from corrosive gases and dust) 14 to 104OF (-10 to +40*C) for enclosed wall-mounted type (not frozen) + Environ- Ambient Temperature + 14 to 122 F (-10 to + 50 0C) for oopen chassis t,-ye (not frozen) mental -4 to 140F (,-20 to +60C) Condi- Storage Temperature*s lions Humidity 90% RH (non-condensing) 9.8M/S2 (1G) at 10 to 20Hz, up to 1 .96M/S2 (0 .2G) at 20 to 55Hz Vibration *1 Our standard 4-pole motor is used for max applicable motor output. *2 Allowable values for applications not requiring overload . *3 1040V for input voltage (Cn-01) more than 500V and 910V for less than 500V . *4 For Models of 3HP (2 2kW) or less, continuous system operation during momentary power loss less than 1 sec. Two-second ride-thru available as option. *5 Temperature during slipping (for short period)
fh e Functons

RELIABLE PROTECTIVE ENCLOSURES


Voltage
Mal Applicable Motor NP ((WI

Output

200 t0 230V

05(04) 1(075) 205) 3(22) 5(37) 75(55) 10(7 .5) 15(11) 20(15) 25(185) 30(22) 40(30) 50(37) 60(45) 75(55) 100(75) 05(04) 1(075) 2 (1 5) 3(22) 5(37) 75(55) 10(75) 15(11) 20(15) 25(185) 30(22) 40(30) 50(37) 60(45)

VS-61663 plus Model Capaco WA


1 .4 2 1 2 7 4 1

380 t0 to

Note

69 103 137 206 274 34 41 54 68 78 95 130 1 4 2 2 3 4 4 1 69 103 137 206 274 34 41 54 68 82 110 140 200 250 290 380 510

75(55) 100(75) 150 (110) 200 (160) 250 (185) 300(220) 400 (300) Note

CIMR-133 : :20P4 CIMR-G3 : :20P7 CIMR-133 : :'21P5 CIMR-G3 : .22P2 CIMR-133 : :23P7 CIMR-133-1 25P5 CIMR-133 ::'.27P5 CIMR-133 : : :2011 CIMR-133 : .2015 CIMR-133 : .2018 CIMR-63 :72022 CIMR-133 ; .2030 CIMR-G3' : :2037 CIMR-133'. : 2045 CIMR-133 : :2055 CIMR-63 :: :2075 CIMR-G3 i :40P4 CIMR-G3 :: :40P7 CIMR-O .P5 . :AI CIMR-G3 :. .42P2 CIMR-133 : : 43P7 CIMR-133 : : 45P5 CIMR-133 : :47P5 CIMR-133::4011 CIMR-63:::4015 CIMR-G3: :4018 CIMR-G3:::4022 CIMR-133 : : 4030 CIMR-133 ::4037 CIMR-G3' . .-:4145 CIMR-133 : :4045 CIMR-133:-4155 CIMR-G3' 4175 CIMR-133 : i4LA1 CIMR-G3 :: :4LA6 CIMR-133 7 :4185 CIMR-133 : :4220 CIMR-133 :: :4300

Open Chos,s Type (IEC Wool

Enclosures (Spectly ttm- endosure type when ordenng I


Enclosed Type (NEMA t)

Wale, and Dust tight Type (NEMA 4)

Available by removing the upper and lower cover of enclosed type 2011 2015 2018 2022 2030 2037 2045 2055 2075 Available by removing the upper and lower cover of enclosed type 4011 4015 4018 4022 4030 4037 4145 4045 4155 4175 4LA1 4LA6 4185 4220 4300

2 OP41 2 OP71 2 1P51 2 2P21 2 3P71 2 5P51 2 7P51 20111 20151 20181 20221

22P28 23P78 25P58 27P58

4 OP41 4 OP71 4 1P51 4 2P21 4 3P71 4 5P51 4 7P51 40111 40151 40181 40221 40301 40371 4 L451 40451 4 L551 4 L751 4 LA11 4 LA61 -

42P28 43P78 45P58 47P58

Delivered immediately Stocked at factory Manufactured upon order

The upper column indicates low noise type The lower column indicates compact low-tamer frequence type

" ENCLOSURES

Mounted in a customer's enclosure. Constructed so that openings do not permit direct or inadvertent access to live parts by personnel.

e Open Chassis Type (IEC IP00)

Provides a clean, and ventilated environment within the enclosure. FYont and rear panels are firmly secured (e .g . front, rear, right, left, top, bottom). Openings provided for ventilation, etc. are smallenough to prevent inadvertent access by personnel.

*Enclosed Type

(NEMA IIIEC IP20)

Water and Dust Tight Type


(NEMA 4/IEC IP56)

Prevents entry of dust, direct water spray or splashes from any direction.

MODEL DESIGNATION
Inverter G3 Series Specifications
A Non UL listed* (JAPAN use) E Non UL Listed* (Europe rise) U UL Listed and CSA Certified (U S.A use) V UL Listed and CSA Certified (Japan use)

CIMR - G3 "E] 2, OP7 [-]''


Z

SPEC. NP EXAMPLE
MODEL INPUT OUTPUT SPEC

CIMR-G3U23P7

Voltage 2- 200 to 230V 4 380 to 460V 5 500 to 575V

Enclosures and mountings 0 : Open chassis type (IEC IP00) Applicable maximum 1 ' Enclosed, wall-mounted type (NEMA 1) motor output ON : 0 5HP(0.4kW) 8 . Water and dust tight type (NEMA 4) to 300 400HP(300kW) ("P  Indicates adecimal point]

200V CLASS INVERTER AC 3PH 200 TO 220V/50Hz 200 TO 230V160Hz 20A DC 270 TO 310V 24A AC 3PH 0 TO 230V 6 9kVA 18A

YASKAWA

23P71 E

Voltage Applicable maximum motor output in kW

- T -[~- Revision

23P7'- E

'DC input available for non UL listed component

Enclosures and mountings 0 Open chases type (IEC IPOO) 1 Enclosed, wall-rraunted type (NEMA 1) 8 Water and dust light type (NEMA 4)

17

Mounting

Dimensions

in

inch (mm)

Voltage Enclosure V

Open chassis 4 ,e 200 to 230 Enclosed wallmounted type (NEMA1)


Water and dust

Model (CIMR-G3 -E"' E-) 201"4, 201"7, 211"5 221"2 , 231"7 2~1P5, 271"5 2011 201 5 2018, 2022 2030 2(137 2045, 2055 2075

Dimensions )n inch (mm) H D W1 H1 d


16041
1197 (3(14) 1394 (954) 11) 1,11 (5(X1) 11 1r.S (,) ( 1 fv, 55(1) 21, 57 (fA5) 91 W (61X1) (5 12 ) (i .) 709 (180) 709 (180) 7 67 (11X)) 10 8.1 (175) ul a1 (175,) I1 41) (1 I5) 14 76 (175) 650 (16.5) 787 (2110) 94 , (14(1) (145) (.H) 1122 (285)

Mass (k9)

( " ( 5 ) 805 (204 5) 80.5 (2(W S) 11 64 (1511) 1279 (115) 11761 ) 11,73 (415) I6 711 (475) (475) 21 .12 (6(NI) (a ;,4 '', )

9 961 ,

lu 114 (15.5) 11 111 (e6(n 11111 (29(x)

M6 M6 1319 M6 (395) 111114 M6 (489 )) 211., M6 (535)


11 0l, (5.15) 15 711 (1,55) 11171 (76n)

(4)
IS (7) 22 (10) 42 (19) 5.1 (24)' 71 (11) 111 (5I ) I )Il (51)) (nS) 3 17 (151)

M6

M8
M10

,1114 (116(1) ("u 1197 (X14) 1194 (7W) 2362 (TAXI) 15 59 (65(1) 1796 (7(X1) 2919 (740) 16 9 (419) 1(15 :) (354) 1969 (5011) 11 65 (5 .50) (7 S4 25) 3642 (925) 3228 (820) 3128 (820) 3642 (925) 7642 (9" GS)

((AXI) (111) 117) 7~') M10


17 8.I (451) (11)) 6 511 (16.5) (z)) 9 45 (145) s) 64 (15(1) 11114 (2M)) 1(114 (11,0) 111., (55(1) (is,) 7 (19 (16(1) 49111 (1145) iefi)

I4)

201"41, 201"71, 211"51

Notes

1. The above dimensions show model ClMR-

G3 0271"51. 2. Remove the upper and lower covers of the enclosed type units for 0area

* For more than 30HP (22kW), contact your YASKAWA representative . fi Mounting dimensions for 400V class, 250 to 400 HP (185 to 300kW) are as follows: Mounting Dimensions for 400V Class, 250 to 400HP (185 to 300kW)

Nn( EMA4)

221"21 231"71 2051, 271"51 20111 20151 20181 20221 221"2, 231"7, 251"5, 271"5
401"4,401"7,4l1"5,421"2

"('S (11145)
11 81 (1fXI) 1476 (975) I6 511 (470) 1850 (4711) 619 (11115)

H 05 (1'W S)

(80)
11 (Y2 (180) 19 96 (955) 17 51 (445) 17 52 (445)

s) M6 (4) M6 ~;~ (=1S ' ) M6 ( 21("') 19 fig 57 M`. 6 (16) (5(X1) 11 115 71 M6 (91) (5 ill) 11 22 (195 2362 (WX))

M12

2362 (fAX,) 140 (995)

M8 M6

MB

g5 (49) 95 (44)

789 709 2(XI5) (190)

16 ; (I1)

Open chassis type

380

to 460 Enclosed
wall-

431"7, 4011, 4018, 4030, 4030 .,45 41 41 .,55 4L,75 4LA1 4LA6 4185, 4300

451"5, 471"5 4015 4022 4037,4045

(2oo5)

(2040)
984 (150) 1279 (925) 13 78 (950) 1969 (50(1) 1791 (45 .5) 1791 (455) 1264 (575) 1264 (575)

(is)
(200) 1004 (255) 1004 (25'I) 11 02 (290) 1102 (280) 1299 (3.9(1) 1299 (9311) 2398 (3.55) 1496 ( .96(1) (43) 179 . (455)

(110)
(1800) 787 (2(X)) 10 49 (265) 984 (250) 15 75 (400) 1178 (35(1) 19 7"

(3W) M6 M6 (M) 1909 (48.5) M6 2106 (4%) M6 2776 M8 (71A5)


9.5 4.4 (9011) Al w (79.5) 1170 (795) 3524 (895) 3524 (9615)

(7)
(10)
48 (11) 7(1 (91) (45)

M10 M10 M12


M10

1'" 161 (7,)


14(1 (66) 190 (86) 291 (191) 112 (146) ( 79 ,)

(Zz)

1752 (445) 17 51 (445)

4220

(950) (45 "O) 97 80 62 99 (980) (1800)

M12 M12

t t
(;80 ) ( 1 (wo ) 1446) (465) 1831 (465) 24 8D )

(1+(~)

6102 (1550) (~ ; (33'5 ) () m5) 3051 (775) (1000) 3937 31 (795) 3130 (795) 3524 W5) 3524 (695)

401"41, 401"71, 411"51, 421"2105 ) ) (; 50) 431'71, 451"51, 471"51


40111, 40151 204 (s 5) (3m) , ) 2 (700 5" ) 087 4 5) 3602 (915) ( ;; <2~) (wi) (2 640 (286) 1126 (286) ( ~

M12, (420)

916

M6

(7)

mounted
type

40181, 40221 40301, 40371 40451


41 .451

(40
(490) 1929 (490) )

M6 (z8) 86 M8 (39) M8 (62)


M8 M10 137 (621 227 (103)

M6

( 10)

(NEMA1)

41 .551$ 41 .751
4LA11

iii (1130) ice) 1(350)


181 1 (460) 2283 (MG) 2283 (1130) 4449 4862 (1236) 1299 (339) 13M (350) 1752 (445) 3752 (445) 1398 (355) 1496 (380) 4862 (123.5)

M10 (92 ) 20.9 M10 (92) M12

(CIMR-G3 :='s(_1i_ ;) W1 4185, 4220


4300

Model

29 53 17 .32 12.20 33.46 1122 22 .24 (750) (440) (310) (850) (285) (565) 29.53 17.32 12.20 34.37 1173 122 64 (750) (440) (310) (873) (298) (575)

Dimensions in inch (mm) W2 W3 W4 W5 W6

500

to
600*

These models have built-in DC reactors to reduce the number of harmonic components for input current. 18

346 4LA61x M12 (157) 442 P2, 431"7, 451"5, s 2951(413(2005) 1463) 789 799 14 9 5 ( 10 (180) (3350) M6 26 (12) Ma" ) 471"5 2264 4921 1299 4823 265 1870 5090 M10 (575) (1250) (330) (475) (1225) (120) O h~ass(s 11 64 6299 13 1870 331 5110, 5160 6181 M12 (150) type (575) (1600) (355) (475) (1570) 8 OS 1394 650 709 13 19 15 51 P5, 521"2 (204 5) (354) (165) (190) (335) M6 (7) 571"5 (045) '(3 354") (200) (i$D) iii M6 (1o) Enclosed 531"7, 551"5, 1279 2362 1083 964 2.i 93 77 5011 M6 (35) wall(325) (690) (275) (250) (595) mounted 5015, 5018, 5022 (00; CM ) () ;~; (7~; M8 (45) type 5030, 5037, 5045 8500 ) (~) ( ( 925 M10 (575; (475 2) (NEMA1) 4935 205 22 e4 4134 1280 1979 M10 (93) 50,155 (575) (10.50) (325) (1025) (475) I B 70 4035 ,OS 22 64 41 97 12 80 5075 M10 (575) (lose) (325) (93) (475) a .25) Waaoa d a99t

315 (143)

COMPACT DESIGN FOR SMALL SPACES


. Enclosed Wall-mounted Type
40 276 (7) DIA MTG HOLE FOR M6 SCREW CL ~ MIN 10118 13 0 ~

Dimensions in inch (mm)

0.5 to 2HP (0.4 to 4 .5kW) (Model CIMR-G3'= :20P4 to -G3 :;24115) I to

CONTROL CIRCUIT TERMINAL M 3 5 MAIN CIRCUIT TERMINAL M4

315HP (2 .213 .7kW) (Model CIMR-G3 .= :221121-G3 ,_"- 23117)


4-0 276 (7) DIA MTG HOLE FOR M6 SCREW

MIN 1 18 s FRON f COVER I (3011 a, UPPER COVER AIR

DIGITAL OPERATOR \ CONTROL CIRCUIT TERMINAL M 3 5

" I~IYIYIifI~IYIYI~AYI-I ;

805(2045) GROUNDING TERMINAL M4 3-1 378 (35) DIA CABLE ENTRY KNOCK OUT

19

Enclosed Wall-mounted Type


7 .5190HP (5.517.5k1A1) (Model CIMR-G3 :=? 25P51-G3:=? 27P5)

To use the unit as an open chassis type, remove the upper and lower covers .

20

i~iN 8 I30I

4-0 276 (7) DIA MTG HOLE FOR M6 SCREW

MIs 1301

FRONT COVER COOLING

FAN,AIR

DGITAL OPERATOR
CONTROL CIRCUIT TERMINAL M3 5

m
N

MAIN CIRCUIT TERMINAL M8

CONTROL CIRCUIT TERMINAL M4

2-2 441 (62) DIA CABLE 1 969 (50) DIA CABLE ENTRY KNOCK OUT ENTRY KNOCK OUT

21

Enclosed Wall-mounted Type

Dimensions in inch (mm)

2-2 441 (621 DIA CABLE 1 969 (50) DIA CABLE ENTRY KNOCK OUT ENTRY KNOCK OUT

380 to 460V

0.5 to 3HP (0.4 to 2.2kW) (Model CIMR-G3-'--'.-4OP4 to -G3!--.',42P2)


276(7) DIA MTG j48 4-0 HOLE FOR M6 SCREW (301 ~- -a CL 1 18 o 1301 0+ \ F--a FRONT COVER

-MI

COVER AIR

M M M

COOLING FAN 805(2045) GROUNDING TERMINAL M4 493 (1251


LOWEFR COVER

II51(40)

3-1 378 (35) DIA CABLE ENTRY KNOCK OUT

Approx Mass: 15 lb (7 kg)


S

* To use the unit as an open chassis type, remove the upper and lower covers

" 5 to 4 0HP (3.7 to 7 .5k1N) (Model CIMR-G3-, - ,43P7 to -G3-.--.47P5)


MIN 118

MIN

FRONT COVER UpFffi CDO . s

GROUNDING TERMINAL M4

MAIN CIRCUIT TMMAINAL


M4

Ar m

M
5.81(1351

FIN

t aR ,~ 256(651 ~~

LOWER COVER'

3-1 732 (44) DIA CABLE ENTRY KNOCK OUT -0000000000000000 t 000f

-r~

Approx. Mass . 22 lb (10 kg) * : To use the unit as an open chassis type, remove the upper and lower covers .

23

Enclosed Wall-mounted Type

Dimensions in inch (mm)

DIGITAL OPERATOR
CONTROL CiRCU1T TERMINAL M3 5

~l~G

K.11~~ = I

24

25/30HP (18.5122kW) (Model CIMR-G3:=;40181-G3 .' :;4022)

40/50HP (30137kW) (Model CIMR-G3.;40301-G3i=;4037)

2-2 441 162) DIA CABLE ENTRY KNOCK OUT 1 969 (50) DIA CABLE ENTRY KNOCK OUT

MODEL CIMR-G3:= ;4030 CIMR-G3'=?4037

APPROX MASS 130 Ib (59 kg) 137 Ib (62 kg)

25

Enclosed Wall-mounted Type

Dimensions in inch (mm)

2-2 441 1621 DIA CABLE ENTRY KNOCK OUT 1

969 1501 DIA CABLE ENTRY KNOCK OUT

26

75/100HP (55175kW) (Model CIMR-G3-,= ;4L551-G3:=;4L75)

2 2 44 1621 DIA LEAD IN HOLE WITH RUBBER BUSHING 1 73 1441 DIA LEAD IN HOLE WITH RUBBER BUSHING

-------

1 .37 11111 OPERATD CONTROL CIRCUIT\r-1 TERMINALS M4

230 15851 _

,.,

w ._-

o n
m 0

MAX 22 8315801

6-2 44 1621 DIA LEAD-IN HOLE rWITH RUBBER '73,., .,AUSHING LEAD-IN HOLE / WITH RUBBER BUSHING

27

Enclosed Wall-mounted Type

Dimensions in inch (mm)

MAIN CIRCUIT TERMINALS M12 6 2 44 1621 DIA LEAD IN HOLE WITH RUBBER BUSHING 1 73 1441 DIA LEAD-IN HOLE MTH RUBBER BUSHING

213HP (1 .512 .2kW) (Model CIMR-G3,,=?5l P51-G3-L=;52P2)

92 11251 LOWER COVER " MAIN CIRCUIT TERMINALS M4 6

1 57 401 50 (165) 1

5 to 90HP (3.7 to 7 .5kW) (Model CIMR-G3E_;53P7 to -G3-.=:57P5)

29

Enclosed Wall-mounted Type

Dimensions in inch (mm)

20 to 30HP (45 to 22kW) (Model CIMR-G3E-;5045 to -G3E_;5022)


2-LIFTING LUG WITH MIN 0 79 (20) DIA HOLE 118 4-0 394 (10) DIA MTG HOLE FOR M8 SCREW CL

2_,

GROUNDING MAIN CIRCUIT TERMINALS TERMINALS M6 MAX 16 06 (4081 , 661 (168)

T,"; 7 5(400)1 15

300)

' LOWER COVER'

30

500 to 600V
40150HP (30137kW) (Model CIMR-G3.=;50301-G3-=:5037)
4-0 472 (121 DIA MTG HOLE FOR M10 SCREW CL

Approx Mass : 159 lb (72 kg) *: To use the unit as an open chassis type, remove the upper and lower covers.

2-2 44 162) DIA AND 1 97 150) DIA LEAD-IN HOLE (KNOCKOUT TYPE)

60HP (45M (Model CIMR-G3"=;5045)

Approx . Mass : 159 lb (72 kg) To use the unit as an open chassis type, remove the upper and lower covers.

2-2 44 (62) DIA AND 1 97 (501 DIA LEAD-IN HOLE (KNOCKOUT TYPE)

31

Enclosed Wall-mounted Type


500 to 600V

Dimensions in inch (mm)

75HP (55kW) (Model CIMR-G3:.:5055)


MIN 130)

0 98

(25)

DIAL HOLE
\

HOLE FOR M01 SCREW CL

18 )30)

GROUNDING TERMINALS

MAIN CIRCUIT TERMINALS M8

Approx Mass . 205 lb (93 kg) *: 'To use the unit as an open chassis type, remove the upper and lower covers

2-2 44 (621 DIA AND 1 97 (50) DIA LEAD-IN


HOLE (KNOCKOUT TYPE)

100HP (75k1A1) (Model CIMR-G3E ;5075)


MIN 1 18 1301 2-LIFTING

4-0472 (12) DIA MTG HOLE FOR M10 SCREW CL

25G DIA L HOLE

MIN 1 18 \ (30)

18 70 GROUNDING TERMINALS MAX

475) MAIN CIRCUIT TERMINALS M8

2 64 157

3 03 (585)

787(200)

Approx . Mass: 205 lb (93 kg) * : To use the unit as an open chassis type, remove the upper and lower covers.
2-2 44 (62) DIA AND 1 97 (50) DIA LEAD-IN
HOLE (KNOCKOUT TYPE)

32

Open Chassis Type


95HP (9 9 kW) (Model CIMR-G3E:;209 9 ) Non-UL Listed Type
MIN 1 18 130'
AIL`'

200 to 230V

Dimensions in inch (mm)

4-0 276 (7) DIA MTG MIN HOLE FOR M6 SCREW 1 18

004 Q) 230(58 5) DIGITAL OPERATOR CONTR01. CIRCUIT Q e e

:n o "+ ff o

M351W

eY~F?~71~ri~ ~ ./ ~~ ~aoo 000 ~~

MAIN CIRCUIT TERMINAL M6

GROUNDING TERMINAL M8

MAX 10 03 (255) 0 v N

.,kpprox . Mass : 42 lb (19 kg) Note : The detailed dimensions of UL/CSA listed type and non UL/CSA listed type is different slightly . Contact your YASKAWA representative .

x a

20HP (9 5kW) (Model CIMR-G3 ~_? 2015)


MIN 118 130) 4-0 276 171 DIA MTG HOLE FOR M6 SCREW MIN 1 18 ' 1301 s

11021 2.30158.5) (28) DIGITAL OPERATOR 1 I~CIA1 TI1wINk M3 5 i


00022

NN

211 a

10.83 (275) GROUNDIVG TERMWk M8

an

IMP

MAM CIRCUIT TERMINAL M8

MAIN CIRCUIT TERMINAL M4

MAX 12 99 13301

v
10
co

.Approx. Mass 53 lb (24 kg)

Note .

The open chassis type dimensions of 0 .5 to IOHP (0 .4 to 7 5kW) (Model CIMR-G3 , _ :20P4 to -G3 :_?27P5) are same as enclosed wall-mounted type dimensions See pages 19 and 20 .

33

Open Chassis Type


25130HP (98 .5122kW) (Model CIMR-G3 =i2048/-G3,'--"- 2022)
118 1301 ,_ .., 4-0 276 17) DIA MTG '~8 HOLE FOR M6 SCREW ... .,.

MAIN CIRCUIT GROUNDING MAIN CIRCUIT TERMINAL M4 TERMINAL TERMS M8 M8 1299(330)

40HP (30kW) (Model CIMR-G3:=;2030)


4-0 394 1101 DIA MTG HOLE FOR MS SCREW CL 1

CIRCUIT ' 3 27 TERMINAL (83) M3 5 CONTROL CIRCUIT TERMINAL M4

CONTROLIOPERATOR
2 32 (59)

DIGITAL

12 40(315) 16 73 (425) GROUNDING MAIN CIRCUIT TERMINAL M10 TERMINAL M8 MAX 16 93 (430) ,

21 (55)

34

200 to 230V
50HP (37kW) (Model CIMR-G3:=;2037)
MIN 394 (100) 4-0 472 (12) DIA MTG HOLE FOR M10 SCREW CL 1 MIN 118 (30) --

Fl

01-

COVER E 1

AIR

o) Z

CONTROL DIGITAL CIRCUIT TERMINAL . OPERATOR M35 321 232 CONTROL `(81 5) A59) CIRCUIT TERMINAL M4

COOLING FAN 0 n c')

o) co co ch N X

GROUNDING MAIN CIRCUIT TERMINAL M8 TERMINAL M10 ?-90 OPEN MAX 18 90 (480) ao "' 0 x

` L 32(186) W(354
cc ') io

Lo ' ~

MI S

276 (70)

Approx. Mass: 130 lb (59 kg)

60175HP (45155kW) (Model CIMR-G3'L=;20451-G3rL_ ;2055)


MIN 394 (100) 4-0472 (12) DIA MTG HOLE FOR M10 SCREW MIN 1 18 (~)

Mo

FROrdT COVER

AIR

c)

016232 (4) (59) DIGITAL om1r801 OPERATOR R1 aricurr TERIiIKAL TEFNM M351 M4

0 m 0
00 ch

COOLING FAN

14 76 (375) 18 70 (475)

h .s7

cc') )

GROUNDING MAIN CIRCUIT TERMINAL M8 TERMINAL M10 90 MAX 18 90(480) 0 270 (70) N O X

732 (186)

3541 (90)

Approx . Mass : 143 lb (65 kg)

35

Open Chassis Type


1 OOHP (75kW) (Model CIMR-G3-"_? 2075)
MIN 256 165)
r7

200 to 230V
MIN 256 (65)
a'

Dimensions in inch (mm)

4-0 590(151 DIA MTG HOLE

FOR M12 SCREW

AIR

v
CONTROL CIRCUIT TERMINAL M4 CONTROLCIRCUIT TERMINAL M3 5 DIGITAL OPERATOR

COOLING FAN
d a o

O M

E ~8 His *

li

Approx Mass . 337 lb (153 kg)

3 to IOHP (2.2 to 7 .5kW) (Model CIMR-G3A22P2 to -G3A27P51 Water and Dust Tight Type MIN
1 18

(30)

TERMINAL M5

LOWER COVER MAIN CIRCUIT TERMINALS M5

2-1 73 144) DIA CABLE ENTRY KNOCKOUT (WITH RUBBER BUSHING)

Approx. Mass: 26.5 lb (12 kg)

138 (351 DIA CABLE ENTRY KNOCKOUT (WITH RUBBER BUSHING)

36

380 to 460V

45/20HP (4 4145kW) (Model CIMR-G3-=?404 41-63rL=?404 5)

MODEL CIMR-G3 : :4011 CIMR-G3 := :4015

APPROX. MASS 46 Ib (21 kg) 48 Ib (22 kg)

25/30HP (4 8.5122kW) (Model CIMR-G3,=;404 81-G3 .=;4022)


MIN 315 4-0276171 DIA MTG 1 1B n HOLE 1801 , FOR M6 SCREW 1301 g

Approx Mass. 70 lb (32 kg)

' I I'lil l l l l '!I I~',I I !p I!I !Il l l illllll!IIII'illl'I'


Note: The open chassis type dimensions of 0 .5 to 10HP (0 .4 to 7 .5kW) (Model CIMR-G3 .'=:40P4 to -G3 :=?47P5) are same as enclosed wall-mounted type dimensions. See page 23 .

37

Open Chassis Type


380 to 460V

Dimensions in inch (mm)

40 to 60HP (30 to 45kW) (Model CIMR-63:=;4030 to -G3-.=;404.5)


MN 118 1301 4-0 3941101 DIA MTG HOLE FOR M8 SCREW
CL

MIN 1185 1301 0,

H21

sl+erzso

1378!350

GROUNDING TERMINAL M8 MAIN CIRCUIT 1MMW M4 TERMINAL M8


MAX 13 9813551

00

'

Note: 60HP (45kW) model is compact, lowcarrier frequency type

MODEL CIMR-G31"14030 CIMR-63;::4037 CIMR-G3":4045

APPROX MASS 93 Ib (42 kg) 99 lb (45 kg) 99 Ib (45 kg)

60HP (45M (Model CIMR-G3.=;4L45) Low-noise Type

38

75/100HP (55175kW) (Model CIMR-G3 .=?4L551-G3.- ;4L75)

528 (134) DIGITAL OPERATOR CONTROL CIRCUIT TERMINAL M4 6 h"I

130 585)

07 ^ o ao ' CONTROL CIRCUIT TERMINAL -M3 5 MAIN CIRCUIT TERMINAL

Q^

c~ rom w~

uuu .uu

13 78 (350) 1792 (455)

207 T (5251 MAIN CIRCUIT TERMINAL M10

39

Open Chassis Type

Dimensions in inch (mm)

CONTROL CIRCUIT TERMINAL M35 MAIN CIRCUIT TERMINAL M12 I

2501300HP (1851220kW) (Model CIMR-63 ;41851-G3- ;4220)


6-0 590 1151 DIA MTG HOLE FOR M12 SCREW 42 68(1084)

40

380 to 460V
400HP (300M (Model CIMR-63 :4300)
6-0 590 (15) DIA MTG HOLE FOR M12 SCREW

13 46 2 30 (342)1(58 5) CONTROL CIRCUIT TERMINAL M3 5

MIN 2 761701

DIGITAL OPERATOR

MIN 276 (70)

LO

c
a, 03

N
O

MAIN CIRCUIT TERMINAL M16 GROUNDING TERMINAL M8 r ;,


-,

w co
M

'

1 (105)1

/1732 (440)

9~

1220 (310) 41 (0) (105)

CONTROL CIRCUIT TERMINAL M4 MAX 38 03 (966)

Approx. Mass: 926 lb (420 kg)

3 to 10HP (2.2 to 7.SkW) (Model CIMR-G3A42P2 to -G3A47P5) Water and Dust Tight Type

2-1 73 1441 DIA CABLE ENTRY KNOCKOUT (WITH RUBBER BUSHING)

Approx . Mass : 26.5 lb (12 kg)

1 38 1351 DIA CABLE ENTRY KNOCKOUT (WITH RUBBER BUSHING)

Open Chassis Type F

Dimensions in inch (mm)

500 to 600V
MIN 2 76

120HP (90kM (Model CIMR-G3-;5090)


2176 4-0 472 (121 DIA MTG 170), HOLE FOR M10 SCREW CL

4-0472 (M12) LIFTING BOLTS DIGITAL OPERATO 394 23, 524 11001 ,1511 s1 (1331 a v

CONTROL CIRCUIT 0 TERMINALS M3 5

fliffir
"GROUNDIN TERMINALS MAIN CIRCUI TERMINALS M10

22 64(5751

nu

m M N . MAIN CIRCUIT , TERMINALS M 12

CONTROL CIRCUIT TERMINALS M4

Approx. Mass: 265 lb (120 kg)

450/200HP ('1901960k1Aj (Model CIMR-G3,_;54901-63 .5460)

MAIN CIRCUIT K TERMINALS M12 GROUNDING TERMINALS

22 64 15751

Approx . Mass: 331 lb (150 kg)

42

Note :

The open chassis type dimensions of 2 to 100HP (1 .5 to 75kW) (Model CIMR-G3 .::51P5 to -G3~= ;5075) are same as enclosed wall-mounted type dimensions. See pages 27 to 30.

Open chassis cabinet incorporating heat sink can be easily changed to gasketed enclosure by relocating the heat sink outside the casting and gasketing the mounting face .

Easy Modification to Gasketed Cabinet


UPPER COVER UPPER PART AIR TEMPERATURE + 14 TO 131T . (- 10 TO 55t) /Remove ,OH/Remove the upper and lower covers for the, models 1of SkVI~ or less m 200V and 400V casses. COVER MTG SCREW . `UPPER COVER

LOWER COVER INVERTER INLET .TEMPERATURE +14T0113'F (-10T045t) PERIPHERAL TEMPERATURE 104'F (40,C)

LOWER COVER

Inverter Unit Cooling Fin Dimensions

MOUNTING PANEL

COOLING FIN

2001400V Cuss 575V Clau Voltage Class Model CIMR-G3:.:

0.5 to 10HP (0.4 to 7.5kW) 2 and 3HP (1 .5 and 2.2kW) 200 to 230V

15 to 200HF' (11 to 160WO 5 to 25HP (3.7 to 18.5kNY) 380 to 460V

250 to 400HP (485 to 300kW)

2030 401`4 431`7 4011 4018 4030 4145 4185 511`5 13PI 5015 5090 201`4 211`5 221`2 251`5 201, 2015 to to 2075 to to 4015 4022 to to to 4160 to SZP2 to 5011 , to 20p7 231`7 271`5 2022 2055 421`2 471`5 4045 4110 4300 571`5 5075 5160 122

500 to 600V

Cooling F;n 122 Dimensions L max. inch (mm) (31) Number of Rubber Bushings
Note :

(31)
4

1 .57 (40) 6

2.56 4.13 3.39 (65) (105) (86) 2 -

3 .54 5 93 1.57 (90) (1507) (40) -

2 56 (65) 2

2 .60 (66) -

3.39 (86) -

417 4.29 593 4 .06 1.57 (106) (109) (150 (103) (40) -

2.56 3.75 4.14 413 (65) (952) (1052) (105)

For installation on a totally-enclosed type control panel, rubber bushing (Code No . FL6402826-1) may be required depending on the model. Procure necessary rubber bushings separately.

Rubber Bushing Dimensions

in inch (mm)

PLUS GROOVE

43

INVERTER HEAT LOSS 200 to 230V


Inverter Capacity
kVA

Model CIMR-G3`,

20P4 20P7 21 P5 22P2 23P7 25P5 27P5 2011 2015 2018 2022 2030 2037 2045 2055 2075 1 .4 3.2 25 2.1 4.8 30 75 105 27 41 64 45 95 9.6 100 100 6.9 10 3 13.7 20 .6 27 .4 16 24 32 48 64 575 415 34 80 785 575 41 96 54 130 68 160 78 183 95 224 130 300

Rated Current A Fin


N ."
as

170 235 310 465 135 165 210 295


I

940 1170 1580 1360 1800 1990 680 500 510 780
I I

Inside Unit ~Total Heat Loss Fin Cooling

60 85

830 980

-1

140 200 305 400 520 760

990 1360 1620 1670 2090 2140 2630 2970

Self cooled

Fan cooled

380 to 460V
Inverter Capacity
WA

Model CIMR-G3 :-

40P4 40P7 41 P5 42P2 43P7 45P5 47P5 4011 4015 4018 4022 4030 4037 41-45 41-55 41-75 1 .4 1.6 25 55 2.2 2.6 45 60 105 3.4 40 65 70 135 4.1 4.8 80 80 160 6.9 8 145 110 255 10 3 13 .7 20 6 27.4 12 16 24 32 34 40 41 48 54 64 68 80 82 96 110 128 140 200 165 224 250 300

. 4045 4185 4220 4300 82 96 290 380 510 340 450 600

Rated Current Fin Inside Unit Total Heat Loss Fin Cooling

cc

205 275 300 385 465 155 185 205 255 305

555 1175 1350 1570 1110 1430 1870 2670 975 3400 4740 6820 365 595 760 800 710 890 1160 1520 770 1510 2110 2910

80

360 460 505 640 770 920 1770 2110 2370 182023203030 4190 1745 491068509730

Fan cooled

500 to 600V
Inverter Capacity
kVA

Model CI MR-G 3

51 P5 52P2 53P7 55P5 57P5 5011 5015 5018 5022 5030 5037 5045 5055 5075 5090 5110 5160 2 3.5 40 70 3 4.1 50 90 140 5 6.3 7.5 10 15 17 20 22 25 27 30 32 40 41 50 52 60 62 75 77 100 99 125 130 150 172 200 200

Rated Current A Fin Inside Unit Total Heat Loss Fin Cooling

9.8 12 .5

100 150 210 280 360 440 610 810 1010 1070 1320 1380 1560 1900 2300 100 150 190 220 270 320 410 550 690 200 300 400 500 630 710 970 1050 1370 1600 2150

41

110

760 1020 1360 1700 1780 290 2430 2930 3500 4450

Fan cooled

200 to 230V

Panel Cut for External Installation of Cooling Fin


3HP, 5HP

CIMR-Q3 ,'.=j22P2, -G3-_'2 3P7 8 05(204 51 ^ m


o+

RIM

3.7k%j

Dimensions in inch (mm)

7 .5HP, 10HP (5 .5kW, 7.5kW)

(CIMR-G3 -_j 25P5, -G3-L'-'J-27P5 s o5~ 805(2045) o


LO

20HP ('I 5kW) (CIMR-G3i=j 2015)

25HP, 30HP (18.5kW, 22kW)

(C1MR-G3-:;2018. -G3,_;2022'
098 2-018914 80A (25) MTG HOLE

95
(O O N

un

039 110

4-0 3941101 DIA MTG HOLE 0

O t 156 (39 51 AB ,19~ (100) M~ _^ o ~A

O
n

GASKET

O 039 N (10)

1201 (305)

039

111 m

1101

o ^ A

8A

(CIMR-G3 E_;2045, -G3,[1 2055)

60HP, 75HP (45kW, 55kW)

gee ze su 039 (101


Q51 1,]GI

s_

A o

1791( 455)

.039 (10) ~,

I~R
2-0189(4810A 3 2 ("A 8

MTG HOLE

17 ) 18 70(475)

a 0~1 (n5)~
0

4-059011510LA MTG HOLE 157(40).

4.0110914bIDIAo, MTG HO(E -j . " 157

o_

18 .90(480

(40)

079(201

Y105 (560)

0 7,

098(25)

19 500 098 (25) 98 2362(600) (25) (25)

Panel Cut for External Installation of Cooling Fin (Cont'd)


380 to 460V

0.5 to 3HP (0.4 to 2.2kW)

(CIMR-G&_;40P4 to -G3'..--,-42P2) -G3'

(CIMR-G3 ,. 43 P7to-G3-47F'5)(CIMR-G3 :=;4011,-G3 :=;401

5 to 1OHP MAW to 7.5 kW)

Dimensions in inch (mm) 4SHP, 20HP (11kW, 15kW)

25HP, 30HP (1 8.5kW, 22kW)


4-0 315 IMBI MTG HOLE
o .

(CIMR-G3 -E:;4018, -G3-',--j-4022)


039 039 1,a na 063 02061

40 to 60HP (30 to 45M

CIMR-G3 i:; 4030 to -W-E."4045)

60HP (45M (C1MR-G3- :?4L45)

nw

,,

o~ ti -

154 1391

AI

GASKET

_ Ql o39 11a 6

7(305)110391 2-01891481 DIA HOLE 118113001

QN
o

049 (125)

BASE

60HP, 1OOHP (55kW, 75kW)

(C MR-G3- 4L5 5, -G3i:;4L75)

150HP (110kW) (CIMR-G3E_;41..A1) 200HP (160kM (CIMR-G3r::4LA6)


4-0189(4 8) DIA MTG HOLE G -A _ A=1 A 039 1101 4-018914 8) DIA MTG HOLE A1 01 (1 0)
Of 07

A ort 10101
4_7

0 391 FOR M12 SC SCREW 1101 21 555

1851555

tr m
c 1541
A

Fo pp N
OR

N Of GASKET 4-0 5901151 DIA MTG HOLE

GASKET 4-0 590115) DIA MTG HOLE ,

N M

17 5914471 8 8

1541 A!Z ~ ` 0 89 122 5)

1541

1
B

_1759(44-71 B

x543

Ai

87 1221

250HP, 300HP (I85M 220M


(CIIbIR-G3 i:;4185, -G3',,--'.-4220-)

19 13 14861 , 29 64 5751

` 087 1221

191314861 .ga2 S, 2 64 5751

"r , A=

^ 089` (2251

400HP (300M) (CIMR-G3E=i4300)

GASKET

7-0551 (M III) MTG HOLE

500 to 600V

2HP, 3HP (1 .5kW, 2.2kW)

CIMR-G3 L-; 51P5 -G3''-',52P2)

5 to 10HP (3.7 to 7.5k%V)

Dimensions in inch (mm)

CIMR-G3 L=; 53P7 to -G3 ,.-; 57P5

15HP (41M) (CIMR-G3 : ;5011)


ua N M Q

4-0 276 DIA IM6) MTG HOLE

;F A
4-MTG HOLE FOR M6 SCREW

ON_ O ~ 1_~

805 (204 5 ~--)~( l i o PANEL


CUT

o .

805 (2045)) -~
1

cl)

ASKET
_

o, o co _

. i~4-0 276 (7) DIA

M a,

co o !=

047 112)

11 85 13011

PANEL M

GASKET

;z

047 1121

PANEL CUT GASKET M~G BHOLE


t

N N N

c,

776 (197)

MTG HOLE

776 (197)

~,

7o 0 33 117 0911801 0 330' (8 5) IS 51 '

MTG 7HOLE

DIA

M)

033 7 09(180) 0 33~ `~_ 78-510 (85,

^1; ,,

- 0 49 (.125)

984 (250) 1181 (300) 1280(32 51

-G3 C110 0 49 -j,! (12 5)

20 to 30HP (15 to 22kW)


me
4-0 394 DIA (MB) MTG HOLE +"

CIMR-G3 =:5015 to -G3,':;5022


N~

40 to 60HP (30 to 45kM


n_
4-0472 DIA (M101 MTG HOLE

CIMR-G3,' :15030 to -G3 r 5045


O

75HP, 100HP (55kW, 75kW)


4-0 472 DIA IM 101 MTG HOLE 1

CIMR-G3 - 5055, -G3 ,']5075


o

co

4- TG HOLE FOR Me SCREW 035

4-MTG HOLE FOR M10 SCREW 035

(9)

150(382) PANEL CUT GASKET 2-0 189 DIA M) MTG HOLE

()

(j 95

jg5

I 1030 ' G 5) 0 a
n ~ X17 M fh M

FOR M10SCREW

206(525) PANEL CUT GASKE

to

O n u'7 N N N

1 030 r 605) m
~

1 1 . PANEL CUT GASK 0 30 17 5) g N o ~ o


~ Q Q

c,

07 `V

4-0 189 DIA (M41 MTG HOLE + NN g " 0 85 (2151 _I ~C ^ 0 98 1251 18 7 14751 207(525) 226(575)

+ Mf7 Q N p 9B^( .15) ^Q -

4-0 189 DIA M) MTG HOLE I 25 I ~M O 258

~N -Q - 0 85 (215)11

1181(3001 141(357) 157(400)

18 714751 207(525) 22 615751

120HP (90M) (CIMR-G3~=;5090)


rn _
~N 4-0 189 DIA IM41 TG HOLE a ,'~ a, _ o- c .' 7

150HP, 200HP (110kW160M)


CIMR-G3 L-:5110 -W--115160) _
0 =' 4-0 189 DIA (M4) MT HOLE ~ilf oe 039 ,a o i 1 WO 24 (1492 492 (3151 11251 1,251 !'FS _ -V

1091 ' 03 (11 (n 1 24 ' 492 492 11251 1 1251' (3151 0 75 075 0 30 (75) (120 615221 91 PANEL CUT GAS 4-0 472 DIA IM10) MTG HOLE /4-MTG HOLE I FOR M10 SCREW 0 30 (751^ M

0 095 7 0 30 ~ 20 6 (5221 1751 N PANEL CUT T 4-0591 DIA (M12) MT HOLE

031) p55

0 0'

n R N

CO N O

o= n0 N

-098 ( 25)

-_ 187(475) 20_7 (525) 22 615751

ea 0 098 11(25) 0

83~+ s. M - 098 1251

4-MTG HOLE FOR M12 SCREW 18 714751 207(525) 22 615751 I098 115) o

Digital Operator for Easy Operation (Provided as Standard)


Functions of the digital operator ;Mode Display
Red lamp lights in DRIVE mode and goes off in PRGM mode . Red lamp lights at FWD run . Red lamp lights at REV run . Red lamp lights when controlled by external terminal commands . SEQ' When RUN/STOP signal is through terminals . REF When frequency ref is through terminals. REMOTE SEQ REF ; ; ;

DRIVE

FWD REV

Display
Displays set value of each function or monitoring values such as frequency and output current . (5 digits)

l s

l 1_1, 1_1 1_1


. DIGITAL OPERATOR JVOP-100

Mode Selection Key


Depressing this key changes mode . (DRIVE or PRGM)

Display Selection Key


Depressing this key changes the display . See next page for explanation .

DRIVE JOG FWD REV RUN ^

DSPL
11

ENTER >

DATA

Read/Write Key
Depressing this key recalls and displays indicated data from memory . Depressing the second time enters displayed data into memory .

RESET

Numeral Change Key


Changes numeral such as set values and constant signals . Increase Decrease

Digit Selection Key


Selects numerical digits . This key resets operation at faults .

;Run Command Key


Run command key to operate by digital operator . Effective only in drive mode . *Red lamp lights by depressing STOP *Red lamp lights by depressing RUN. Selects FWD or REV run . Effective only in DRIVE mode . ;

48

While depressing this key, jog speed is selected . Effective only in DRIVE mode .

" Integrated monitoring facility guarantees safe operation


Un- r-

Oq

02
03

04
05

06
07 08

09
10

Frequency Reference Output Frequency Output Current Voltage Command D .C. Voltage (VPN) Output Power ( display) Status of Input Terminal Status of Output Terminal Check of LED PROM No .

Monitor Item

LED Indication

" Monitor Items Display Procedure


KEY OPERATION SPL
uon of fault that occured before power was turned oft Indication of frequency reference value Indication o output frequency

EXAMPLE OF DISPLAY

F bu. u u b O. u v : 2. 5R 2 Ll u 
f7

-----

vu

2. 5 11 1 O 1 11 B8888 '00 13 11
1111

Pn 2 ^

[ DSPL

--------- ;

FRar.
c OV

Un-01 )

vv

uv

C DSPL
DSPL

Indication of output current

( Un-03 )

i2 SR

Indication of fault that occured before power was turned off

aiu

DSPL

Indication of monitored Un

" Example of operation with digital operator (with preset factory setting)
POWER SUPPLY Operator Di m ON FREQUENCY REFERENCE VALUE DISPWY FREQUENCY REFERENCE SET VALUE S VALUE Depress DSP key to display frequency reference value ~_ ~

CDSPL DSPL

Reference and setungotAn-

Rn - v
b-,

Reference and setting of bn- -

Select a digit by

0
SET

key and set by

0 or

key

" Switching between the E)RIVEIPRGM (program) Mode (The mode can be
~PRGM mode PRGM

Depressing key to set values (The numbers stop blinking for approx 2 sec)

F Su
(Stops for 2 sec )

switched only when the machine is stopped .) KEY OPERATION


DRIVE lamp goes off

pEyE

DRIVE mode DRIVE lamp gods on Normal operation

^ F S^ ^ (Blinks again)

ROTATING DIRELTIONSET

Select motor rotating direction by key (Rotating direction selected here is displayed on the digital operator )

19

FWD

REV

(Typical FWD run)

EYequency reference ) (An

DSPL

rntrol parameter lbn 1

DSPL

Frequency reference (An)and control parameter(bn) an be chaftged even m thedrive mode (du )

FREQT FREQUENCY

DISPLAY

Change to output frequency display by

DSPL

key

C ysteSo parameter

(So

DSPL

OPERATION CHECK

Check motor operation by

m key

S uu

Contml parameter ~ - ")

DSPL

RUN

Start the operation by

FE07

key

Su ^

uu

(Increased to 60FIz) STDP Stop the operation by STN key

uu

" Changing the Control parameter


KEY OPERATION DSPL DATA ENTER) 9 E 7d J s'1

(Ilecreased to 0OHZ) INV OUTPUT FREQUENCY 1-Li1 KEY, KEY` w FREQUENCY SET: RUN LAMP STOP LIGHT . (' BLINK " LIGHT OFF , ; KEY : ; O .. . .

Example of change of system parameter Sn-04 DIGITAL OPERATOR INDICATION

S ER a I o DATA ENTER, F

The RUN and STOP lamps goes on/off and blinks according to operation state.

Versatile

Software of

Menu Your

Helps

Hi-tech

Implementation SYSTEM CONSTANT Sn- L _ J L -'J-

Machine 0 Set before operation.

o
c

Sn-,

Data Name Inverter Capacity


Vlf

Function
Inverter capacity selected* V/f " vzttern selected 0000 Setting and reading of AN- . :-", . : bn- : Sn- : : : : , Cnenabled 0101 Settin; and reading of AN, reading of bn- : ; ; , SriCn- : : : enabled 1110 NVRAM initialization (Multi-function terminals are set prior to shipping) 1111 NVRAM initialization (3 WIRE se " uence) 4th _ t 2nd digit 1st digit Master frequency reference by analog input of external 0 terminals 13, 14 Master frequency reference from keypad 1 External terminal o ":3ration effective (start/stop, Ac) 0 Keypad operation effective RAMP stop 0 0 Coasting to stop 0 1 Full-ran6e DC injection brakin; stop 1 0 Coasting sto "~m r_mxw~s" " rovided) (Set time by bn-02 .) Coast' 1 1 Ke "?id STOP key effective durin;:; operation 0 Keypad STOP key not effective durin;, operation 1 REV run enabled 0 REV run disabled 1 Control input are scanned twice before being acre " ted b MPU. 0 Control input are scanned once before bein, accepted by MPU . 1 Selection of analog ou " ut (terminals 21-22) . 0 Selection of analog out " ut (terminals 21-22) . 1 0 .2 sec . S-curve 0 0 No S-curve 0 1 0 .5 sec . S-curve 1 0 1 .0 sec . S-curve 1 1 Response to master frequency reference : _ 0 _ _ 0 to 100% for 0 to IOV (4 to 20mA) Response to master frequency reference 0 to 1006 for 10 to OV 20 to 4mA) 1 Sto b reference in " ut loss 0 i nnni _ :~" uency reference 1 Overtor " ue detection not enabled 0 Overtor ue detection enabled 1 Enabled only if at set speed 0 E -Y " ;- " " : F!Zfc : uri DC injection) 1 _ " - ;R-rue is detected 0 Coasts to stop of overto-ue is detected 1 Not used 0 Run by tion) 0 Run by inverter operator or control circuit terminal input run 1 command input Run b run command input (option) 0 Run by inverter operator or control circuit terminal input run 1 command input Ramp to a stop decel time : bn-02 0 0 Coasting to a stop 0 1 Ramp to a stop (decel time : bn-04 1 0 (i7~ration to continue 1 1 Item to analog output (teminals 21-22) depends on Sn-05 4th dqpt and Sn-09 2nd dipt setting 0 _ _ 1 Item to analog output (terminals 21-22) is set 4 mmmuinratw interface card (SI-B) Selection of analog output (terminals 21-22) 0 Selection of analog output (termianls 21-22) 1 V

Factory

t 01
g g 0 p u ,13

02

03

Display of Operator Constants Initialization Operation Method Select Stopping Method Select Priority of _Stoppi ng Prohibition of REV run Control Input Scan WN1funclion Analog Monitor Output* S-curve at accelldecel time

0 0

0 0 0 0

m o
04

04

0 0

_m

e
e

05

0 0 0 0

o
m
09

06

Input Reference FroCeSSlng When kequency Referanoe a in9 Overtorque Detection

0 0 0 0

'

o G N v o o

07

0 0 0 0

Run Selection 08 RoPPing Mom Soku d Conrnurocahon IMedace Cad04 Communication Multi-function Analog Monitor output*

Of 010 0o v C .2 09 I

0 0 0 0

* When Sn-09 1st-digit is 0, analog output (terminals 21-22) is as follows : Sn-05 4th digit 0 1 0 1 Sn-09 2nd digit 0 0 1 1 Output Output frequency Output current Output voltage reference Output power

50

SYSTEM

CONSTANT

Sn-

~_ ; L_ ;

0 :

Set before operation .

Function

Sn-

Factory

'n

Data Name

Function
Stall prevention dune , acceleration enabled Stall prevention dunn :; acceleration disabled Stall prevention d : deceleration enabled Stall - revention d " ; deceleration disabled alai revention dunn runru enabled Stall revention during runru r; disabled Decel time du stall prevention "DECEL TIME 1" in-02 set value Decel tune d : stall revention . "DECEL TIME 2" (I)n-04 set value ~ ,rovrded b inverter DB ~ ~ ::w3~a~m~ a ,y Protection provided for Yaskawa internal DB resistor oil if installed Fault contact is not ener e d during auto reset/restart o " ration Fault contact is energized durin g auto reset/restart operation detection ii U -

4th di it 3rd dig . it rid digit tst di it

0000

tvw~ 4" N
0 0 0 0

Protection Section I (Stall prevention)

dada veoa

~0

Stall Prevention

0000 dada 0000


oeve

DB resistor Protection Section 2 1,

--

No

0000

0000

Foull Contact during Auto Reset 1 Restart nation Momerdary Power Loss Protedion External Fault Signal Level Receiving External Fault Signal

veeo

0000

Protection Section 3

42

Processing of External Fault Detection Stopping Method at Fan Fault Detection* Motor Protection (Electronic Thermal)

Not used External fault in uR ~if . " r.ker~:=T~IIK7~i ut External fault in " _ _ 1 . _ MR-y-ut External fault s always detecte External fault signal detected while runnin g , oil Ram .*=7y. ' major fault Coasting to stop) fault Emergency stop (major fault) decelerates to time(bn-04 set value Operation to continue minor fault

loss

1 ~oea

0000 0 0000 0000 vaoa aaoa 0000


0000
1 0 -

0 0 0 0

00001

0 1 0 0

Protection Selection 4

93

Protection Selection 5

14

Inverter Protection (Electronic Thennal)


m " Signal

.7 . 1M 0 )0 0 =

.7.7 U11

"

"

"

25

Analog Reference Card (AI -14B) Digital Reference Card (DI - 08) (Frequency reference set mode) Digital Output Card (DO-08)t Pulse Monitor Card (PO - 36F) (No. of output pulses)

26

Option Card Function Section

Deceleration to stoUp decel time bn-02) 1 0000 Coasting to stop deceleration to stop) decel time bn-04 Operation to continue Electronic thermal motor Protection effective dada Electronic thermal motor Protection ineffective dada the characteristics Electronic in accordance with standard _ _ _ 0 motor Electronic thermal characteristics in accordance with constant torque motor 1 Electronic thermal characteristics are standard. dada Electronic thermal characteristics are short-time rate _ void Inverter Protection OL 103% continuous 0 Rated to nue mode 150% for one minute Inverter Protection OL. 113% continuous 1 Reduction torque mode 123% for one minute i Selects terminal 5 function facto set for multi-stet, reference 1 Selects terminal 6 function facto set for multi-ste p _ -~..3d reference 2 ii Selects terminal 7 function facto set for 'o :, frequency reference i i Selects terminal 8 function facto set for internal baseblock b NO contact input I Selects multi-function analog m " ut terminal 16 function Selects multi-function contact out p ut terminals 9 10 function factory set for during Selects multi-function open collector terminal 25 function facto set for zero s p d i 111111 Selects multi-function open collector terminal 26 function facto_ set for s p-,- " : _~ _ _settm G Positive / negative values of frequency reference detenrune nD / REV operation Pasrtive frequency reference value detemune forward operation %f - Y ' i o ut Not used 0000 BCD p t 1% Resolution 0000 input BCD 01% Resolution peep BCD input 0 01% Resolution 0000 BCD in 1 Bz Resolution 0000 BCD inu t 01 Hz Resolution peep BCD input 0 01 liz Resolution 0000 BINARY mp t 255 / 100% 0000 input BINARY m ~ia+~r+r Ak , la ed in decimal on operator) 0000 -

I pp00 0000 0000

0 1 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 3 0 4 0 8 1 1 1 1 i 1 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

Output content depends on I-st

t se

"I" or. '.o

27

1F sF to F 12 F ss F
Channel 1 OUtpUt

, , 0000
Output frequency ma: fre uen /100% current (rated current / 100% Output voltage / 100% DC voltage 400V / 100% for 200V class so0V / 100% for 400v class Ou ,ut frequency ma: fre uen / 100%) caimentrated current / 100% output vol e ref n p ut vote Output 1100% DC voltage 400V / 100% for 200V clams 800V / 100% for 400V class

0 0 1 0

0000

28

Analog Monitor (AO - 08, AO -'12)

Channel Z OUtpU#

0 0 0 1 aaoo _ 1 1 0000 000 000 1 1 -

0 1

* Effective only for inverter models of capacity 200V class 40HP (30kW) or more, 400V class 75HP (55kW) or more, or 575V class 30HP (22kW) or more t For more information, refer to "Digital Output Card DO-08" Instructions (TOE-0736-30 24)

51

CONTROL CONSTANT Cn Function Cn-i= : :; Ol 02 03 V 1 f pattern Setting 04 05 06 07 08


Electronic thermal Overload relay ref . Current

Data Name

Set Unit 0 .1. V 0 .1 Hz 01 V (l .1 Hz 0 1 Hz () .1 V 0 .1 Hz 0 .1 V (1 .1 A 0 .1 Hz 1 % 0 .1 sec 0 .1 sec 1 % 1% 0 1 Hz 0 1 Hz 0 .1 Hz 0 .1 Hz 1 (1 1 Hz 0 1 Hz 0.1 kHz (1.1 kHz 1 1 % 0.1 sec 1 % 1 % 1 % 0.0010 1W 1V 1 % 0 .1 sec 1 0 .1 sec 1 % 0 .1 sec 0 .1 sec 1 % 0 . 1 sec

Input voltage Max . frequency Max voltage Max . voltage frequency Mid . output frequency Mid. output frequency voltage Min. output frequency Mm. output frequency voltage Motor rated current DC injection braking start frequency DC injection braking current DC injection braking time at stopping DC injection braking time at starting Frequency (speed) reference upper limit Frequency (speed) reference lower limit Setting prohibit frequency 1 Setting prohibit frequency 2 Setting prohibit frequency 3 Setting prohibit frequency range Operator display mode Up-to desired frequency setting Up-to frequency setting detection width Carver frequency upper limit Carrier frequency lower limit Carrier frequency proportional gam Overtorque detection level Overtorque detection time Stall prevention level during acceleration Constant HP area stall prevention limiter Stall prevention level during running Motor terminal resistance (Motor phase to hale resistance) Motor iron loss Torque compensation limiter Motor no-load current Slip compensation primary delay time No . of auto restart attempt Momentary power loss ride through time Speed search deactivation current level Speed search decel time * 5 Min . baseblock time V / f during speed search Voltage recovery time

0 : Set before operation. Set Range Factory Setting 0 .0-255 .OV (200V) 230 .OV (200V) 0 .0-510 .OV (400V) 460 .OV (400V) 50 .0-400 .0 Hz 60.0 Hz 0 .0-255 .OV (200V) 200 .OV (200V) 0 .0-510 .OV (400V) 400 .OV (400V) 0 .1-400 .0 Hz 60.0 Hz 0 1-400 .0 Hz 3 0 Hz 0 .0-255 .OV (200V) 15 .0 V (200V) 0 .0-510 .OV (400V) 30.0 V (400V) 0.1-400 0 Hz 1 .5 Hz 0 .0-255 .OV (200V) 10.0 V (200V) 0 .0-510 .OV (400V) 20 .0 V (400V) *1 0.1-10 .0 Hz 0-100 % * 4 0.0-25 .5 sec 0.0-25 .5 sec 0-109% 0-109% 0 .0-400 .0 Hz 0 .0-400 .0 Hz 0 .0-400 .0 Hz 0.0-25 .5 Hz 0-39999 0 0-400 .0 Hz 0.0-25 .5 Hz 0 .4-15 .0 kHz 0 .4-15 .0 kHz 0-99 30-200% 0.0-25 .5 sec 30-200% 30-200% 30-200% 0 .000-65 .535 D 0-65535 W 0- 50V (20OV) 0-100V (400V) 0-99 % * 3 0.0-25.5 sec 0-10 0 .0-2.0 sec 0-200% 0.0-25.5 sec 0 .5-5 .0 sec 0-100% 0.1-2 .0 sec *2 *2 1 .5 Hz 50% 0 .5 sec 0 .0 sec 100% 0 % 0 .0 Hz 0 .0 Hz 0 .0 Hz 1 .0 Hz 0 0 .0 Hz 2 .0 Hz 15 .0 kHz 15 .0 kHz 0 160% 0 .1 sec 170% 50% 160% *2 *2 *2 30% 2 .0 sec 0 150% 2 .0 sec 100% 0.3 sec

09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 . 41 42

DC Injection Braking Freq. Limit Control Freq. Jump Control Operator Vsplay Change Speed Agreed Detection Carrier Freq. Adjustment Overtorque Detection Stall Prevention

Torque Boost Control Simple Speed Control Automatic reset & restart operation Momentary Power loss Speed Search Control *1 *2 *3 *4

*2

Set in a range of 10 to 200% of inverter rated current . Factory setting differs depending on inverter capacity (Sn-O1 set value). Motor rated current (Cn-09) is set as 100% level . For set value ;5 50% : carrier frequency = 8 kHz For set value > 50% : carrier frequency = 1 kHz * 5 If set to zero, speed search will be disabled.

FREQUENCY REFERENCE

These references are used during multi-speed operation . or read during running in DRIVE mode.
An - ::: ::: 01 * 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 Data Name Frequency reference 1 Frequency reference 2 Frequency reference 3 Frequency reference 4 Frequency reference 5 Frequency reference 6 Frequency reference 7 Frequency reference 8 Jog Frequency reference Unit 0 .01 Hz 0 .01 Hz 0 .01 Hz 0 .01 Hz 0 .01 Hz 0.01 Hz 0.01 Hz 0.01 Hz 0.01 Hz

An - LJ L .J

Set values of AN-f.'] .,"'! can be changed


O: ;Setting Range 0 .00 Hz-400.00 Hz 0 .00 Hz-400.00 Hz 0 .00 Hz-400 00 Hz 0 .00 Hz-400.00 Hz 0 .00 Hz-400 00 Hz 0 .00 Hz-400 .00 Hz 0 .00 Hz-400 .00 Hz 0 .00 Hz-400 .00 Hz 0 .00 Hz-400 .00 Hz Set before operation . Factory Setting 0.00 Hz 0 .00 Hz 0 .00 Hz 0 .00 Hz 0 .00 Hz 0 .00 Hz 0 .00 Hz 0 .00 Hz 6 .00 Hz

Note . An - ::;:_; setting/reading units can be changed according to operator display mode (Cn-20) set values . The set unit at factory setting is 0 .01 Hz * SN - 19 must be set to "OF" .

CONSTANT TO CHANGE DURING RUNNING

Set values of bn - "-] '." ; can be changed or read during running in DRIVE mode.
Set before operation. bn - ; : : ; 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 0 Data Name Acceleration time 1 Deceleration time 1 Acceleration time 2 Deceleration time 2 Frequency reference gain Frequency reference bias Torque compensation gain Motor rated slip Energy-saving level gain Monitor No . after turning on power supply Gain of analog output (ter. 21 and 22) and gain of channel l of option card 1f installed Cram of channel 2 of option card d installed *2 Unit 0 .1 Sec 0 .1 Sec 0 .1 Sec 0 .1 Sec 0 .1 46 1 % 0.1 01 % 1 46 0 .01 0 .01 Setting Range 0.0-6000 .0 Sec 0.0-6000 .0 Sec 0.0-6000 .0 Sec 0.0-6000 .0 Sec 0-1000 .0% -100 to 10046 0 .0-2 .0 0 .0-9.9 % *1 0-20046 1-3 0.00-2 .55 *3 0 .00-2 .55 *3 Factory Setting 10.0 Sec 10.0 Sec 10 .0 Sec 10 .0 Sec 1006 0% 1 .0 0 .046 80% 1 1 .00 0 .5

Bn - L-J L-J

12

* 1 Cn-04 is regarded as 10046 level * 2 Effective for the installation of option cards AO-08 and AO-12. * 3 When EPROM No . is NSG610010-NSG610012, the contents become as in the table below . When EPROM No . is NSG610030 or more, gains can be set to max. 12 .0 . 14 12 Analog monitor channel 1 gain Analog monitor channel 2 gain 0-255 % 0-255% 100 200

Select Functions and Parameters for Optimal Operation


Inverter capacity setting
Inverter capacity Item name Parameterto be set Sn-01

Operation mode selection


See table below Factory Preset Operator status Item name Pmweter b be W Sn-03 Sn-04 Sn-05 Factory Preset 0000 0011 0000 Start/stop procedure

Inverter capacity is preset at the factory. Refer to the table below and reset when using spare PC boards, etc . An incorrect data input may cause inverter fault . 200 to 230V
Sn-01 Data 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 CIMR-! - 201`4 201`7 211`5 221`2 231`7 251`5 271`5 2011 08 09 OA OB OC OD OE OF 2015 2018 2022 2030 2037 2045 2055 2075

Operation mode selection _

" Constant write disable Prevents operation error. Sn-03 = 0101

" Constant initialization Allows all constants to be set except Sn-O1 and Sn-02 which are preset at the factory . Sn-03~ = 1110 " Analog output (Terminals 24 and 22) selection With the combination of 4th digit of Sn-05 and 2nd digit of Sn-09, the output will be as follows :
4th digit of Sn-05 2nd digit of Sn-09 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 Output freq . Voltage ref. Output

380 to 460V

Sn-01 Data 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 CIMR-G3: 401`4 401?7 411`5 421`2 431`7 451`5 471`5 4011 28 29 2A 2B 2C 2D 3F 2E 4015 4018 4022 4030 4037 4045 4145 4055 2F 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 4075 4090 4110 4132 4160 4185 4220 4300 Sn-01 Data 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 CIMR~3 :': 511`5 521`2 531`7 551`5 571`5 5011 5015 5018 4A 4B 4E 4C 4D 4F 50 51 5022 5030 5037 5045 5055 5075 5090 5110 52 5160

500 to 575V

Output Current Output power

" Startlstop procedure Control input can be selected from the digital operator or the terminal strip. Sn-6] =x
0 Frequency command from external terminal 1 : Frequency command from 0 : Start/stop control from external termimal 1 : Start/stop control by the operator
the operator

Vlf characteristics
V/f parameter item name V/f selection Parameter to be set Cn-02 to 08 Sn-02 Factory Preset See page 52 . 01

There are 15 patterns available. Optimum selection requires consideration of the load characteristics. Optional V/f pattern setting (Sn-02 ="OF") allows programming of custom V/f patternsbelow.

" Stop procedure Stopping mode can be selected according to the application . Sn-0] = 00 x x Z- 00 : Ramp to a stop

VOLTAGE

Cn-03
V/f PATTERNS

Ol . Coasting to a stop 10 : Full-range DB stop 11 : Coasting to a stop, restart with timer (Restartable after the deceleration time set in bn-02 elapses.)

Cn-06 Cn-08

Cn-07 Cn-05 Cn-04

i Cn-02

FREQUENCY

" Reverse rotation prevention Prevents accidental selection of reverse rotation. With this mode selected, reverse rotation command is not effective .

Accel/decel time and patterns


Item name
V/f Pattern choice Acceleration time 1 Deceleration time 1 Acceleration time 2 Deceleration time 2

Frequency command characteristics


Operation signal selection 3

Parameter b be set
Sn-06 bn-01 bn-02 bn-03 bn-04

Factory Preset
0000 10.0s ION 10.0s 10 .0s

hlem name

Paweter b be set
Sn-06

Factory Preset
0000

Frequency command input characteristics can be set as follows: Sn-06l = x 0 x x


1 0 Direct response 1 : Indirect response

" S-curve non-linear acceUdecel is possible.


Reduce shocks at accel/decel time . Sn-06 = x x 00 -C00 : 0.2 sec of non-linear accel/decel 01 : 0 sec of non-linear accel/decel 10 : 0.5 sec of non-linear accel/decel 11 : 1 .0 sec of non-linear accel/decel
-1
DECELERATION 100%

OUTPUT FREQUENCY ___ --------

os w
< 0 c41 10 V (20 .A) FREQUENCY COMMAND OUTPUT FREQUENCY 100 % u H C

J 1-

FORWARD ROTATION COMMAND REVERSE ROTATION COMMAND

M
KECTIDN BRA ~STOP 0.121 AT -.

MINIMUM OUTPUT ,_ FREQUENCT ICrrO71 OUTPUT FREQUENCY _ MINIMUM OUTPUT FREQUENCY" ~_\ DCINJECTION BRAKING START FREQUENCY rr071 Scurve 4iwa~a are

-u

(4)

10 V (20mA)

FREQUENCY COMMAND

nOraW by aided Ports. ._. 717 Note : S-curve characteristics are not enabled at completion of deceleration when the fast and second digits are 00 .

" Each item can be set from 0.0 sec to 6000.0 sec.

Over orque detection


Item name
Overtorque detection selection Overtorque detection level Overtorque detection time Overtorque detection signal

The set time indicates the interval required before the maximum output frequency (Cn-02) is reached.
Mme marked with ' can be set for two-step switching usmg an external contact Select "T' as value for any of Sn-15 thru Sn-18 [Example) Sn-18 - 7 " Open bn-01 and bn-02 are selected " Closed bn-03 and bn-04 are selected

Parameter io be set
Sn-07 Cn-26 Cn-27 Sn-20 to 22

Factory Preset
See page 50. 160% 0.1S See page 51 .

When excess load is placed on the machine, the increase in motor current is detected and an alarm signal may be output.
MOTOR CURRENT

Operation mode when frequency command is missing


Item name
Operation signal selection 3

Parameter to be set
Sn-06 1

Fadory Preset 0000

When analog frequency command is lost, operation will be continued at 80% of the speed specified by the preceding frequency command. Set as follows: Simple backup is provided when an error occurs in the host computer .
Sn-06

To use this function, set "OB" for any constant from Sn-20 to Sn-22 .

=0xxx

0 : Function not effective 1 : Function effective

155

Motor stall prevention


Item name Option level far gd preyy; deception Opsahonkvdfor slag prevaomn bmg WhIum OpsahaRkvdfor sW pRwdoR duqqmW Paameter to be set Factory Preset

loper2tion during momentary power loss


Item name Parameter to be set Factory Preset

Sn-10 Cn-28 Cn-30

0000 170% 160

Function enabled/disabled

Compensating time fo , momentary power loss

Sn-11 Cn-37

0000 0 .7s

Automatically adjusts output frequency according to the load so as to continue operation of the machine without stalling the motor.

Operation can be continued even when a momentary power loss occurs .


Sn-i i = x O x x

Example of model CIMR-G3A2 ON

" Stall prevention during acceleration


MOTOR CURRENT

" Stall prevention during operation


MOTOR CURRENT

T-0 :

Continuation function disabled 1 : Continuation function enabled

____
OUTPUT FREQ ;
TIME

OUTPUT FREQ ;

TIME

Supprmes eocetraon aie amg es b awes

TIME

TIME Room spew n pn!" meld aerbaw

Set compensation time (up to 2 sec) for Cn-37. For motors of 3HP (2 .2 kW) capacity or below, the compensating time is 0 .5 sec to 1 sec . if longer momentary power loss ride-thru is required, install back-up capacitor unit (optional for small unit) .

" Stall prevention during deceleration


Sn-10 = x x O x LO : Stall prevention during deceleration enabled 1 : Stall prevention during deceleration disabled Note: Set to "1" when connecting braking resistor unit .

Exte rp a I error stop mod_e


Item name PaameW to be set Factory Preset

Protection charactenstic selection 3

Sn-12

0 1 00

Built-in braking resistor protection


Item name Paameter to be set Factory Preset

Stop method after external error (when external ternimal 3 receives input) can be set as follows :
Sn-12 =00 x x f 00 : Frequency deceleration (ton-02) 01 : Coasting to a stop 10 : Frequency deceleration (ton-04) 11 : operation continued

kenerdtwe bmlang ressta protectron

Sn-11

0000

Built-in braking resistors are protected by thermal simulation . When a built-in braking resistor is used, select x x x 1 (protection effective) . When an external braking resistor unit is used, set x x x x 0, and protect the resistor unit with the built-in thermal relay. The thermal relay should be wired in series with the inverter run command or the external fault circuit .
Sn-11 = x x x ~0 ~--0 : Not protected 1 : Protected 1-J

EI ectr ni c thermal ove


Item name Parameter to be set

d
Factory Preset

Motor type Motor rated current

Sn-14 Cn-09

0000 1 .9A*

The electronic thermal overload function prevents standard motors from overloading when the speed is reduced by the inverter. (No external thermal switch is necessary.) Set as follows:
Sn-14 = 000 x ~- 0: 1: 0: 1: 0: Standard motors Inverter controlled motors Motor time constant 8min . Motor time constant 5min . Inverter protection constant torque mode 1 : Inverter protection HVAC mode

Electronic thermal protection can be displayed by setting " Sn-14 = x x x 1 ." * The example represents YASKAWA 0 .5HP (0 .4kW), 200V,
4-pole motor . For motors of other manufacturers, set the nameplate value of the motor.

Pulse monitor selection (option)


Item name Parameter to be set Factory Preset

DC i jection braking
Item name Parameter to be set Factory Preset

Pulse frequency selection

Sn-27

0010

DC injection during stop DC injection at start

Cn-10, 12 Cn-07, 11, 13 Sn-15 to 18

With a digital counter connected, speed can be indicated as a pulsed output. The following output pulse frequencies can be selected :
Sn-27 =0000 000 001 010 011 100 : : : : : Output Output Output Output Output frequency frequency frequency frequency frequency x1 x6 x 10 x 12 x 36

DC ugectlon braking external control

See page 52 . See page 52 . Seepage 51 .

" DC injection braking during


Stop

" Starting DC injection braking during start

Prevent; overrun at stop . (Exact position stop)

FREQUENCY

-----------

TIME

PULSE MONITORCARD(PO,36F) DIGITAL ODUNTER

+12

TD I i (5D% DUTY)

1"

1,

i TDZ l".

T 10L

emm

" DC injection braking eaternal control

Stops a (coasting motor without tripping even when the direction of rotation is unknown. Controls DC injection braking (during coasting to a stop). "60" for any of Sn-15 to Sn-18. When run command is removed, and motor is coasting, full range DC injection braking occurs .

CURRENT

JW m - -------

TIME

FREQUENCY

FE

I ---

TIME

CURRENT

10L .

ZOmA or l ~

F E_;6

G 13

TIME

AnaIog monitor selection (O ptlo n)


Item name Parameter to be set

Factory Preset
0100 1 .00 0 .50

Analog monitor selection Channel 1 gain Channel 2 gain

Sn-28 bn-11 bn-12

~O u tp ut frequency limit
Item name Parameter to be set Factory Preset

Various monitors available with the connection of an analog meter. Also meter calibration is possible with internal constants bn-11 and bn-12 .
sn-28 = of 00

h+equerrey (speed) conunard upper lulut Fl quer, (sired) eomrad lower IRmt

Cn-14 Cn-15

100% 0

- Channel 1 output

00: Output frequency 01 : Output current 10: Output voltage ref. 11 : DC voltage Channel 2 output 00: Output frequency 01 : Output current 10 : Output voltage ref . 11 : DC voltage

The upper and lower limits for the output frequency can tie clamped. When the lower limit is not 0, acceleration to that lower limit setpoint begins immediately when the start command is input.
ourmT loons ----------------------0 -----------------O D

Input voltage setting


Item name Parameter to be set Factory Preset

FRFJQDENLYODMMAND

100%

Input voltage set

Cn-01

200V

Input voltage set Cn-01 provides optimum torque outputs.

Resonant frequency jump control


Item name

LAut'matic reset and restart


Item name Parameter to be set

Prohibited frequency 1-3

Parameter b be set

factory Preset

Prohibited frequency range

Cn-16 to 18 Cn-19

0.0 Hz 1.0 Hz

Retry counts

Cn-36

Factory Preset

Operation at the preset frequency will be eliminated. The inverter will accel/decel through the prohibited region . This function is used to avoid resonant frequencies in the mechanical systems.
OUTPUT FREQUENCY Cn-16

If an inverter error occurs during operation, the inverter performs self diagnosis and automatically restarts. Up to 10 retry counts can be set for Cn-36 .

9-step speed change


Cn-19

Cn-I7

T
,

Item name

Parameter b be set

Cn-is

Cn->.9

Multl-speed frequency command Multi-function command Run selection

An-01 to 09 Sn-15 to 18 Sn-04 Sn-19

See page 51 0011 00

See page 53 .

Factory Preset

FREQUENCY COMMAND

Multi-function analog input

rlmi n indication (monitoring)


Item name Parameter b be set Factory Preset

Operator monitor indication

Cn-20

The unit of speed indicated on the operator can be switched from the following: Hz r/min m/min or any other directly proportional value.
f 7 7 7

Up to 9 steps of speeds can be set using signals from external terminals 5 to 8. This eliminate the need for an analog signal, thereby enabling simplified external control operation . See the following example . " Set An-01 to -09 according to run specifications. " Set Sin-04= x x x1, Sn-19=0F.
FREQUE NCS

COMMAND

fg101hIX,

c-v1,
Mil

=`'"lw`
WY~11 RO~

rauuAn

[Example] Cn-20 = 0 ~:

I
JOG
TIt1E

display la Number of motor poles : r/min display Other units with an arbitrary number of digits such as m/min and m3/min can be used.

mg..S~b

7 14'91

M4M~,

A<AAO~, OTA7q%CDYf1AA9 WIWAlA l

TERMINAL

GP

For9-step speed
__

Carrier frequency
Item name Parameter to be set factory Preset

(W=MR CNAA:~ 1144npem JOG FREQUENCY

or

aa11a

JOIPEK

CLOSED

Carrier frequency upper limit Carrier frequency lower limit Canier frequency proportional gam

Cn-23 Cn-24 Cn-25

15.OkHz 15.OkHz 0

J g

o pe r ati on
H'em name Parameter to be $et Factory Preset

Changing the carrier frequency reduces RFI noise and leakage current without increasing motor noise . When Cn-25 is 6 or below, carrier frequency is value set at Cn-23 .
Cn-23 CARRIER FREQUENCY

Jog frequency

An-09

6.00 Hz

Select the jog mode (connect terminals 11 and 7) and input the start signal . Inching starts . Depressing the JOG key on the digital operator performs the same operation.
NORMAL ROTATION I FREQUENCY REVERSE ROTATION -~ TIME

Cn-25

JOG SIGNAL FOWARD RUN ROTATION SIGNAL REVERSE RUN ROTATION SIGNAL

OUTPUT FREQUENCY

' ON

Analog input command control (gain/bias)


Item name FYequency command gain Frequency command bias Parameter to be set bn-05 bn-06 i Factory Preset 100% 0%

Slip compensation speed control


Item name Motor rated Shp Motor rated current Moto r no-load current Shp compensitlon primary delay Ume Parneter to be sd bn-08 Cn-09 Cn-34 Cn-35 Factory Preset 0.0% See page 52 30% 2.Os

Output frequency (gain/bias) can be set freely according to frequency setting (0 to 10V or 4 to 20MA).
bn-0s 10046

BIAS bn-06 0 (4mA) (20 .A) 10V FRFAUFJCY SETTING

Simple speed control (slip compensation) is available without motor speed detection (PG or TG) . Frequency command from fl to f2 eliminates speed fluctuations caused by varying loads .

Full-range automatic torque boost


P Item name Torque compensation gain arame ter to be set bn-07 Factory Preset 1.0

Automatic control of V/f ratio according to the load torque ensures tripless operation and optimum output current . Normally, no adjustment is necessary. Use this function when especially high starting torque is required.

Multifunction input
Item name Multi-function input function Parartleter to be set Sn-15 to 18 Factory Preset See page 50

NORMAL FREQUENCY

Frequency meter/Ammeter calibration


Item name Analog output gain Parameter to be set bn-11 Factory Prod 1.00

Functions of external input terminals 5 to 8 can be switched. Set Sn-15 to Sn-18 in ascending order, or an OPE (parameter error) occurs. (ie . the lowest value programmed in must be set into the lowest number Sn constant)
Function of terminal 5 set into Sn-15 F unctidn of terminal 6 : set into Sn-16 Function of terminal 7 : set into Sn-17 l3inction of terminal 8 : set into Sn-18
Set Vokle OA oh3 oC D-F 10 Function

Frequency meter/ ammeter connected to the inverter can be calibrated without using a resistor for calibration .

AcceVdecel prohibition Inverter overheat warning

Mw0wimm
Not used UP command

MPA awk

DOWN command
12 13 14 to

FJOG command RiOG command IF I Not used External fault 1 External fault 3F External fault

M to 2F

(* , Factory -;ettmg

30

to

2
3

- prior to -dupment

40 to 4F 50 to 5F 60

External fault 4
DC bralm1 --W (.P- -W Jft take pneeedenee )

61 62

Search from max freq Search from set freq Energy saving operation

Accel/decel prohibition
Item name Accel/decel stop function Parameter io be set Sn-15 to 18 Fadory PftmW See page 51

Sped search
Item name Speed search

~~~~~ Parneter to be sW Sn-15 to 18 Factory Preset See page 51 .

F'requency can be set externally using a push button instead of speed pot. Set "OA" for any constant from Sn-15 to Sn-18.
FREQUENCY 100% ------------------

Allows switch operation from commercial power to inverter . Set "61" or "62"into any constant from Sn-15 to Sn-18. 61 : Search from mix . frequency 62 : Search from set frequency

' RUN SIGNAL PRON SIGNAL L " ON , ' ON ' ' ON ON

TIME

Energy saving operation


Item name Energy saving level gain F=** to be set bn-09 Factory Preset 80%

Note

Contact your YASKAWA representative foravailability in North American markets

=Inverter overheat warning


Item name Inverter overheat warning Parameter to be set Sn-15 to 18 Factory Preset See page 51

If reduced output voltage is required after acceleration, the energy-saving function can be used to reduce it. This function helps to eliminate motor/system vibration . Set "63" for any constant from Sn-15 to Sn-1d.
NORMAL ROTATION OPERATION CDMMAND

When terminal is closed, "OH2" blinks on the digital operator without stopping the inverter. (External thermal protection is required .) Set "OB" for any of Sn-15 to Sn-18 .

ORAPO

COMMAND

UUTP VOLT UAGGE

E~

(C .-0i-08 V/0

7c

bn 09

~^ ,

UPIDOWN
Item name UP/DOWN Parameter b be set Sn-15 to 18 Factory Preset See page 51 .

/Mulfii,-function output
Item name Mult1-function contact output -f ~1on open collector output Parmleter to be set Sn-20 Sn-21, 22

Factory Preset
see page 51 .

Allows remote speed setting with pushbutton. Set "10" or "11" in any constant from Sn-15 to 18.
FREQUENCY

Functioliis of external output terminals 9 to 10, 25 to 27, and 26 to 27 can be switched.


Function of terminals 9 and 10 . Set into Sn-20 Function of terminals 25 and 27 : Set into Sn-21

100

-------'----

I I

Function of terminals 26 and 27 . Set into Sn-22


I I I I I I Sect vdue I

Function In operation* Zero speed* Speed agreed* Flee speed agreed Speed 'geed detedaDn (lain than set value) Speed aped ddemon (mare than set vAn) Inverter operation ready

Set 07 08 09 OA OB OC OD OE

Function Low voltage detected Base blocked Frequency command mode Operation command mode Over torque detected Frequency command musing Braking resistor failure Fault

I 0 RUN COMMAND UP COMMAND DOWN COMMAND i

TIME i

00 01 02 03 04 05 96

. Factory setting prior to shipment

Speed agreed signal output


Item name
Desired frequency Bandwidth Mulb-function contact output function

Parameterto be set
Cn-21 Cn-22 Sn-20 to 22

Facbry Preset
0 .0 Hz 2 .0 Hz See page 51 .

Functions for reduction of "Machine vibration and shock"


Following constants are effective for the reduction of machine vibration and shock .
Effective Method
" For the decrease of generated torque " For the increase of generated torque Sn-02 tin-07 Cn-02 to 08 Sn-06 tin-O1, 03 Cn-28 Cn-29 Sn-04 For the decrease of shock at decel . Sn-06 tin-02, 04 Cn-10 Cn-11 For the decrease of e carrier frequency 0 .0 For the change of speed control characteristics Cn-23, 24 Cn-25 tin-08 Cn-34 Cn-35 tin-09

Constant

Factory Preset
01 1 .0 See page 52

This function is used when operation at an arbitrary speed must be indicated . Set the multifunction contact output (Sn-20 to Sn-22) as follows:
[Example] Setting Sn-20=02 sets external output termina]s 9 and 10 to indicate "speed agreed" (output frequency=input reference) (1)

x x 00
10.0s 170% 50% 0011 0000 lO .Os 1 .5Hz 50% 15 .OkHz 0 0 .0% 30% O .Os 80

Set value= 2: "Speed agreed" detection

u 0
r h

For the decrease of shock at accel .

OUTPUT FREQUENCY FREQUENCY (SPEED) AGREED SIGNAL

(2)

Set value= 3: "Medium speed" detection


OUTPUT FREQUENCY DETECTION -------y WIDTHCn 22 + _J--_____-___

-z

-V-

Cn 21

ARBITRARYFREQUENCY, (SPEED) AGREED SIGNAL

CLOSED

(3)

Set value= 4: "Below set point" detection

FREQUENCY (SPEED, CONTACT OUTPUT SIGNAL (4)

Set value= 5: "Above set point" detection


Cn 22 _J_ OUTPUT FREQUENCY FREQUENCY (SPEED) CONiACT0UTPUT SIGNAL Cn 21 CLOSED

Multi-function analog input

An arbitrary function can be used with external input terminal 16.


Set

NO

Function Aux frequency ref Frequency ref gam Frequency bras 1 Frequency bras 2 Over torque detection level Voltage bras

Set Vdue 06 07 08 09 OA

Function Aadfeael time reduction eodfia DC injection current Stall level dunng run Frequency ref lower limit Protubrted set frequency

00 Ol 02 03 04 05

TERMINALS AND STANDARD CONNECTION


For models CIMR-G3U209 1 to -G3U2022 (200V class, 9 5 to 30HP, 19 to 22kW)
BRAKING RESISTOR UNIT (OPTION)

OETECiION OVERLOAD RELAY TRIP CONTACT

THREE-PHASE POWER SUPPLY 0Dr208i22OVAC,

L1() L250HZ

(S) --O

~Q

MCCB

20 2001~200/208r220/=VAC, L3(T)--d

C a

MC

L1(R) B1Q+ L2(S)

80/e T7(U) T2(V) T3(W) . G(E)' . MOTOR

. OVERLOAD RELAY TRIP CONTACT OF BRAKING RESISTOR UNIT THRX L' _J MC TRX

.ice;
MC TRX _c-0 _

1 I I NOTE 1 6

L3(T) (f) ~T11 I I

VS-616G3

COOLING FAN

GROUND .(1000 OR LESS) FRED METER CALIBRATION RESISTOR RV30YN 20SB 20k0

NOTE 5

1 1 I

1 1 1 1 1 1 1

MULTI-FUNCTION ANALOG OUTPUT 0 TO + 10V STANDARD SETTING OUTPUT FREQUENCY FRED METER (METER SPECIFICATIONS 3VDC tmA)

c_ JI

IR

FORWARD RUNISTOP REVERSE RUNISTOP EXTERNAL

FAULT CONTACT .v O O Ij

FORWARD RUN COMMAND (FORWARD RUN AT CLOSED)

FAULT CONTACT OUTPUT 250VAC 1A OR LESS 30VDC 1A OR LESS

MULTI FUNCTION CONTACT OUTPUT 250VAC 1A OR LESS 30VDC to OR LESS STANDARD SETTING DURING RUNNING SIGNAL

112M

OPEN COLLECTOR 1 SETTING 2TMDSIGNAL) ..r OPEN COLLECTOR 2 ($TANDARD SETTING $PEED AGREED SIGNAL) MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT 48V SOmA OR LESS

--t MULTI FUNCTION OUTPUT COMMON

62

Notes. 1 . 1 _- indicates shielded leads anti -- twisted-pair shielded leads. 2 . External terminal 15 of + 15V has maximum output current capacity of 20mA . 3 . Either external terminal 13 or 14 can be used . 4 . Terminal symbols: shows main circuit ; shows control circuit . 5 . Multi-function analog output is for use on meters (frequency, current, voltage, watt) only, and not available for the feedback control system. Use analog monitor cards (Model AO - 08 or AO - 12) for control system feedback

OO

(200V class, 40 to 100HP, 30 to 75k'W)

MCCB THREE-PHASE POWER SUPPLY 200/ZOBI220VAC. 50Hz 200120812201230VAC 60Hz L1(R)~-0 . ,2(S) " /1 L3(T) ~ .~ "

MC

Fa 4

r NOTE 6 COOLING FAN

OVERLOAD RELAY TRIP CONTACT OF BRAKING RESISTOR UNIT

IR73

'I-HRX

FRED METER CALIBRATION RESISTOR RV30YN 20SB 20k0 '-' IF j

NOTE 5

v a-w FAULT CONTACT FORWARD RUNISTOP O REVERSE RUNISTOP a


I I

MULTI-FUNCTION ANALOG OUTPUT 0 TO + l OV STANDARD SETTING OUTPUT FREQUENCY

,~ .a

FORWARD RUN COMMAND (FORWARD RUN AT CLOSED) REVERSE RUN COMMAND (REVERSE RUN AT CLOSED)

BRAKING UNIT ;

MULTI-FUNCTION CONTACT OUTPUT 250VAC 1A OR LESS 30VOC 1A OR LESS STANDARD SETTING DURING RUNNING SIGNAL

OPEN COLLECTOR 2 ANDARD SETTING EEDAGREED SIGNAL)

MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT

OUTPUT COMMON

6 . Never remove the terminal leads r and s of control power supply. 7 . Operating power voltage need not be set for motors of 200V class of 10HP (7 .5kW) or below and 400V class 10HP (7 5kW) or below. 8 . Stall prevention during deceleration should be disabled when using bralt ing unit

MAIN CIRCUIT
Model ciMe- a

L1 R S

"' x

0.5 - l0HP 0.4 - 7.5k

20P4 -27P5

200 to 230V 2011- 2022 15 - 30HP 11 - 22kW


Main circuit power unit Inverter output

2030 -2075 40 - 100 HP 30 - 75k

L3 m W BO E) B1 +

B2

3 P3) O e+ 12(S) $2200 200 22400( 0


(PI) 11 (r)

" Braking resistor unit connector (B 1/(@ - B2) " DC bus (BI/Ge)* , -

" Braking unit connector (B 1/G+ - BO/ E) ) " DC bus (B 1/O - BO/ O 1* i

Cooling fan power input

" " " " "

Braking unit connector ((Dl -G) DC bus ((Dl -G)* 1 Main circuit capacitor (Q+ 3-O)*2 Control power input Cooling fan power input

* 1 DC bus is not available for UL listed and CSA certified components . *2 When using terminals&3 (P3) - O, contact your YASKAWA representative
Model ermin I dine-

G E

Grounding

External power supply 220 VAC, IOVA) round resistance should be 100 ohms or less)

Ll R
U W

40P4 - 47P5 40114015 0.5 - lOHP t0.4 - 7.5kW) 5HP (1 lk11V), 2OW (1

380 to 460V 4018-4045 25 -60HP (18.5 - 45M

4055 -4300 75 - 400 HP 55 - 300k

Main circuit power input Inverter output


" Braking resistor unit connector " Braking resistor unit connector B2) B2) (B (B " DC bus (B 1/@ - BO/ E))* I DC bus (B 1/6) - G)*

B1

+~ 3 P31 mi + l 1

B2 O

+~

i/o -

i/o -

L~raking unit connector BO i/O+-B0/O) bus (B 1/G+ - Bo/e) .]


_

h r)

" Braking unit connector (@1 - Q) DC bus (@1 -E)*' " Main circuit capacitor ((!)3-e)* 2 " Control power input 008 power input "$ zg200 - 200 to 230VAC e 1 - 9 2 400 380 t 4 VA External power supply
(220 VAC, IOVA)

$2 200

92 400 400 x Y _

200

_ Groundin "

Cooling fan power input

" round resistance shou ld be 100 ohms or less

* 1 DC bus is not available for UL listed and CSA certified components. *2 When using terminals( 3 (P3) - O, contact your YASKAWA representative . .,.._ 500 to 600V
Model CIMe,1nat

Ll (R)
L3
,60

SIPS-57 P5 2 - lOHP 1.5 - 7.5k

5011-5022 15- 30HP 11 - "

5030-5160 40- 210HP K1-1L t

Main circuit input power supply Inverter output " Braking unit (B VED - (9) " Braking resistor unit(B1/(D - B2) " Braking resistor unit

W
B

(B I /G+

- BO/O )

124) 200 $2 200 22400( 400 x


Y 64

I1 r

Cooling fan power supply (Control power input)

Ground terminal

External power supply (200 VAC 30VA)

CONTROL CIRCUIT (For 200V/400V/575V Class)


r
nal

0
ti

2 3 4 5 6 7 11 15 13 14

Forward operation-stop signal Reverse operation-stop signal External fault input Fault reset input

Signal Function

Description

Signal Level

Forward run at closed stop at open Reverse run at closed, stop at open Reset at closed Fault at closed, normal state at open Aux. freq . ref at "closed" Effective at "closed" Jog run at "closed" Inv output stop at "closed' Speed ref. power supply
Multifunction contact input the following signals

u
C C N

Master/Aux change (Multl-step speed ref 1) Multi-step speed ref.2 Jog command External coasting stop Sequence concontrol input common terminal Power supply terminal for speed ref

Photo-coupler insulation Input 8mA

available to select Forward/reverse select, tun mode select, muldspeed select, jog frequency select, accel/decel Lime select, external fault, external base block stop, hold command, inverter overheat predrcs conpdratiuon input effective, speed search, energy-saving

+15V (Allowable current 20mA max) 0 to + 10V (20ki2) 4 to 20mA (25012) Multifunction contact input one of the following signals available to select, speed command, speed gain, speed bias, overtorque, overvoltage bias, rate of accel / decel, DB current Multifunction contact output . one of the following signals available to output Output during running, zero speed, speed agreed, arbitrary speed agreed, frequency detection, overtorque, undervoltage, run mode, coasting stop, braking resistor overheat 0 0 to + 10V (20k12)

C
N

0 to + 1OV/100% freq Master speed frequency ref. 4 to 20mA/100% freq

D. c
0

16

Aux. frequency ref.

0 - 1OV/100%

17 12

Common terminal for control circuit Connection to shield sheath of sepal lead

Dry contact Contact capacity : 250VAC lA or less 30VDC lA or less Open collector output +48V 50mA or less

0
C 414

10 25 26 27 18 19 2~ 21 22

During running (NO)

Run at "closed" Makes at min, freq . (Cn-07) or less Makes when the freq reaches to 1Hz of set freq

Zero seed detection p Speed agreed detection

d v'

Open collector output common Fault contact output (NO, NC) Frequency meter output Common Fault at closed between terminals Fault at open between terminals 0 to IOV/1009b freq q. 18 19 and 20 and 20

Dry contact Contact capacity : 250VAC lA or less 30VDC lA or less 0 to 11V max. 2mA or less

Q m

Ammeter/voltmeter/wattmeteroutput selection available

YOU CAN RELY ON THESE PROTECTIVE, I


Protection Function
Protection function Monitor display the inverter power voltage torque When drops, becomes insufficient and Main motor is overheated . circuit Inverter output is stopped when the main circuit DC voltage becomes lower low than the low voltage detection level for 15 ms or longer, or about 2 sevoltage conds or longer if the momentary power loss red o-thru function is used . ~ ~ r (UV1) Low vOflage b1power Detection level : Approximately 210V or less for 200V class protection IN b and 420V or less for 400V class Control dcd The inverter output is shut-off when the control circuit voltage drops -b (UV2) LJ bw below the low voltage level . Main drcud $oft charge The inverter output is shut-off when no answer back is received from Lj Lj ~r e (UV3) conbcor defectre the main circuit soft-start contactor . The inverter output is shut-off when the inverter output current becomes approx . 2009 and above of inverter rated current Overcurrent protection ~~ (OC) Ground-fault protection The inverter output is shut-off when a ground-fault occurs at the inverter output side and the ground-fault current exceeds approximately 50% of the inverter rated current The inverter output is shut-off when the main circuit DC vlotage becomes excessive because of regeneration energy caused by motor deceleration and negative load. Detection . Approx . 800V for input voltage set 400V and above level Approx . 700V for input voltage set 400V or less and a . erox . 400V for 200V class The inverter output is shut-off when the main circuit transistor fails The fuse clears to prevent wiring from being damaged by the shortcircuit current Explanation Fa coft

ct

Operation

Operation Operation Operation

(GF)

Operation

Overvoltage protection

Li

(OV)

Operation

Fuse blown

0
,J H

(FU)

Operation

Cooling fin overheat

Motor Overload protection

Inverter Over torque detection

Braking transistor fault Braking resistor Overheat Cooling fan fault External fault Signal input

The inverter output is shut-off when the ambient temperature rises and the heat sink fin reaches 90C . Please check for a defective cooling fan or clogged filter . Inverter output is stopped when motor overload is detected by the electronic thermal overload in the inverter. Either a inverter duty constant-torque specialized motor or general-purpose motor can be selected. If more than one motor is driven, overload protection should be disabled Use a thermal relay or thermal protector for each motor . The inverter output is shut-off when the electronic thermal overload reaches or exceeds the inverse time limit of 112 % of the inverter's rated current occurs. Maximum rated overload: 150%, 1 min. The motor operates according to a preset mode when the inverter output current exceeds the overtorque detection level . This function is used to protect the machine or to monitor the out .r ft ryq ue. Inverter output is shut off when an error occurs in the braking transistor For 5HP (3 .7kW) or less (200V), 3HP (2 .2kW) or less (400V), an optional dedicated resistor can be installed . The resistor is monitored by the electronic thermal switch for overheating . The inverter output is shut-off when a specified temperature is reached . When a cooling fan comes to fault, the inverter operates according to a preset stop method (coasting to a stop, ramp to stop, or continuous operation). For 40Hp (30kW) or more (200V), 75HP (55kW) or more (400V). When an external alarm signal is input, the inverter operates according to a preset stop method (coasting to a stop, continuous operation, or ramp to stop) The inverter output is shut-off when a transmission error occurs in the control circuit or a component fails . The inverter output is also shutoff when a specialized option such as the digital operator is not properly connected .

(OH)

Operation

(OL1) OL O` f- $--

Operation

(OL2)

Operation Operation Operation Operation

3 (ow
(rr) (rH)

r F
~-y 1-y

(FAN) EF3 to EF8

Operation Operation

_ r '.
r r I-

Control circuit fault, Communication option fault, Option fault, Parameter set error

v iZr F
(BUS)

Operation

Communication error

When any communication error between communication interface card (SI-B, option) and master controller occurs, the inverter operates according to a preset stop method (coasting to a stop, ramp to stop, or continuous operation) .

E i- r

L.

b uS

Operation

ARNING, AND SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTIONS


Error causes
" " " " Inverter capacity is too small . Voltage drop due to wiring Inverter power voltage selection is wrong. A motor of large capacity (11 kW or greater) connected to the same power system has been started " Rapid acceleration with generator power supply " Operation sequence when power is off " Defective electromagnetic contactor

Action to be taken
" Check the power capacity and power system . " UV display appears when the inverter power is turned off while operation signal is input Remove the power after stopping the inverter . (Set the third and fourth bits of Sn-04 to 01 )

" " " " " " " " " " "

Extremely rapid accel/decel Motor on/off switching at the inverter output side Short-circuit or ground-fault at the inverter output side Motor of a capacity greater than the inverter rating has been started. High-speed motor or pulse motor has been started . Motor dielectric strength is insufficient. Load wiring is not proper. Over voltage Insufficient deceleration time Regenerative load (Motor is turned by the load .) High input voltage compared to motor rated voltage

Transistor error may occur rect it, then restart

Investigate the error cause, cor-

Check for ground-fault in motor or load wiring . If braking torque is not proper, extend the decel time or use a braking resistor (If braking resistor is already installed, verify that Sn-10, 2nd digit to 1 .)

" Repeated overcurrent protection (OC) " Repeated overload protection (OL2) power reset " Rapid deceleration in excess excitation (improper V/f characteristic setting) " External noise " " " "

Correct the cause, check the main circuit transistor, replace the fuse, then restart.

Defective cooling fan Replace the cooling fan and clean the filter . Ambient temperature rise Ambient temperature : 104F (40C) or less for enclosed type 122F (50C) or less for open chassis Clogged filter Overload, low speed operation or extended acceleration time, " Investigate the cause of overload and review the operation pattern, V/f characteristic, and motor/inverter capacities improper V/f characteristic setting (If inverter is repeatedly reset after an overload occurs, the " Worng setting of motor rated current (Cn-09) inverter may fault . Investigate and correct the cause of overload .) " Set rated current (of motor nameplate) in Cn-09. Motor current exceeds the preset value because of machine error or overload . " Insufficient resistance of braking resistor " Short-circuit or ground-fault in braking resistor " Frequent operation stop " Long-time continuous regeneration " Rapid deceleration Defective cooling fan Check the use of the machine . Correct the overload cause or set a higher detection level which is within the allowable range . Review the resistance of the braking resistor and braking duty cycle. Change the resistance or increase the inverter capacity . Shorten deceleration time or review the braking torque brake duty cycle (QED) Use optional braking resistor or braking unit . Replace the cooling fan

External fault condition occurred . " External noise " Excess vibration or shock

Correct the cause of the fault input of input signal .

See Un-07 for the state

" Check data in Sn-01 and Sn-02 . Record all data, then use Sn-03 for initializing . " Turn off power, then turn on again . If error is persistent, contact your; YASKAWA representative .

" External noise " Excessive vibration or shock " Poor connection

" Check data iii Sn-01 and Sn-02 Record all data, then use Sn-03 for initializing " Turn off power, then turn on again If error is persistent, contact your YASKAWA representative " Check for communication cable between communication interface card (SI-B) and master controller .

Warning and Self-Diagnosis Functions


Protection function Explanation Low-voltage protection main circuit voltage] , (insufficient Monitor display appears if low voltage protection conditions such as a drop in main circuit voltage or momentary power loss occur while the inverter output is off . Monitor display appears when the main circuit DC voltage rises above the detection level while the inverter output is off.

Monitor display

cola

pul

ELI

(UV) (Blink) (OV)

Non operation

High voltage protection

Cj - Lj

(Blink) (OH2) (Blink) (OL3)

Non operation

Cooling fin overheat warning

Monitor display appears when a separate thermal protector contact is I input to the external terminal .

Operation

Overtorque detection

This function is used to protect the machine and to monitor the invertr output torque . The inverter output reacts in a preset manner when the inverter output current exceeds the over torque detection level . The monitor display blinks when "operation continue" is preset . During acceleration Inverter acceleration is stopped when 1706 of or more of the inverter rated current is required by the load This prevents overload protection (OL1, OL2) or overcurrent (OC) from occurring . When current is reduced to less than 170%, acceleration is enabled .

- (Blink) f- ~

Non operation

Stall prevention

Accelidecel is Output frequency is decreased when 160% of the inverter rated curaccomplished During with maximum rent or greater is required by the load . This prevents motor and innormal capacity of verter overload (OL1, OL2) . When current is reduced below 16096, the Inverter operation inverter acceleration is then enabled . without tripping on overstopped when the DC voltage is caused to rise by motor Deceleration is current regenerative energy . This prevents overvoltage trips (OV). When DC During ltage .8

Non operation

deceleration

voltage decreases, deceleration to the set value then resumes .

Cooling Fan Fault

At cooling fan fault, when setting a preset stop rr ethod of the inverter to " continuous operation," a monitor display blinks . Effective only for 200V class 40HP (30kW) or more, 400V class L75HP (55kW) or more, or 575V class 30HP (22kW) or more When forward and reverse rotation commands are simultaneously detested for a period of time exceeding 50 ms, the inverter is stopped according to the preset stop method . It is indicated on the monitor when the mode after external signal input is set to "Operation continue ."

(FAN) 1-r
1i #

(Blink) (EF)

Non operation

Simultaneous normal and reverse rotation commands External fault signal Input (Minor failure) External base block signal input main circuit transistor instantaneous shut-off Invalid parameter setting

EF

(Blink) EF3 to EF8 (BB) (Blink)

Non operation

EF ` (Blink)

Non operation

When an external base block signal is input, the motor coasts to a stop . When the external base block signal is removed, the inverter output is immediately turned on at the previously set frequency . When an invalid parameter is set, it is indicated on the monitor at Dower up or when the inverter is changed from the PRGM mode to the DRIVE mode . When any communication error between communication interface card (SI-B, option) and master controller (PLC) occurs and a preset stop method of the inverter is set to "continuous operation," a monitor display blinks.

Non operation

O PE L 1 s cjE r

r r r

Non operation

Communication error

w -r (Blink)
0

(BUS)

Non operation

Communication ready

When the inverter with communication interface card (SI-B, option) does not receive correct data from master controller (PLC), " -RLL " is displayed .

f-01

(CALL)

Non operation

Error causes
" Input voltage drop

Action to be taken
Check the main circuit DC voltage in Un-xx is low, adjust the input voltage . If the voltage

" Input voltage rise

Check the main circuit DC voltage in Un-xx . is high, adjust the input voltage .

If the voltage

" " " "

Overload Cooling fan fault Ambient temperaturerise Clogged filter

Replace the cooling fan and clean the filter Ambient ternperature :104F (40C) or less for enclosed type 122F (50C) or less for open chassis . Check the driven machine and correct the cause of the fault or set to a higher value .

" Motor current exceeded the set value because of machine fault or overload

" Insufficient power for accel/decel " Overload " Phase loss

" Set proper accel/decel time for smooth operation " For stall prevention during normal operation lighten the load or increase inverter capacity .

Defective cooling fan

Replace the cooling fan .

" Operation sequence error " 3-wire/2-wire selection error " External fault conditions set-up

" Recheck the control sequence . " Recheck system constant (Sri-15 to -18). Take appropriate measurement for the cause of external fault input

" Invalid parameter setting

" Review the parameter setting range and conditions .

" External noise " Excessive vibration or shock " Poor connection

" Poor connection " Defective communication software (PLC)

" Check data in Sn-O1 and Sn-02 . Record all data, then use Sn-03 for initializing . " Turn off power, then turn on again. If error is persistent, contact your YASKAWA representative . " Check for communication cable between communication interface card (SI-B) and master controller . " Check for communication cable between communication interface card (SI-B) and master controller (PLC) . " Check for communication software .

69

NOTES ON USE OF INVERTER


Selection
" When the inverter is connected directly to a large-capacity power transformer (1000kVA or greater with 10 m or less cable length) or when a phase advance capacitor is switched, excess peak current may occur in the power feed circuit and the converter section may be damaged . To avoid this, use an AC reactor (option) on the inverter input side . An AC reactor is also required when a thyristor converter such as a DC drive is connected to the same power system .

INVERTER CAPACITY (kVA)

" When a special motor is used or more than one motor is driven in parallel with a single inverter, select the inverter capacity so that 1 .1 times of the total motor rated current does not exceed the inverter rated output current . " The motor starting and accelerating characteristics of the motor driven by an inverter are restricted by the overload current ratings of the inverter. Compared to running with commercial power supply, lower torque output should be expected . If high starting torque is required, use an inverter of higher capacity or increase the capacities of both the motor and the inverter. " When an error occurs, a protective circuit is activated and the in verter output is turned off. However, the motor cannot be stopped immediately . Use a mechanical brake and hold the equipment for an emergency stop if necessary. " Terminals B1/ +0, B0/(9, B2, G, +O 1 and +0 3 are for Yaskawa optiions. Do not connect other equipment.

Installation
" Avoid oil mist or dust. Place the inverter in a clean area or house it in a totally enclosed case so that no contamination enters . To use the totally enclosed case, select the cooling method and panel dimensions so the inverter ambient temperature will be within the allowable range . " Do not install the inverter on flammable material, such as wood. " Install the inverter on a wall with the longer side in the vertical position .

Setting
" The inverter can be driven at an output frequency of up to 400 Hz with the digital operator . Setting errors may create a dangerous situation . Set the upper limit with the upper limit frequency setting function. (Maximum output frequency in external input signal operation is preset to 60 Hz at the factory .) " Large DC injection braking operating voltages and times may cause motor overheating . " Motor acceUdecel time is determined by the motor generating torque, load torque, and load inertia WK2 (GD2). If the stall prevention function is activated during acceUdecel, set the acceUdecel time longer . After the stall prevention function is activated, the acceUdecel time is extended to a length that the inverter can handle . To shorten the accel/decel time, increase the capacity of the inverter and possibly the motor.

" Applying power to inverter output terminals Ti (U), T2 (V), or Ta (W) will damage the inverter . Double check wiring and sequence before turning the power on. " If magnetic contactor (MC) is used on the primary side of the inverter, do not use the MC for starting and stopping the inverter. Otherwise, the inverter life may be reduced . " After turning power to the inverter off, electric charges in the internal capacitors are retained temporarily . Wait until the charge lamp goes off before touching the inside of the inverter. " Use round pressure terminals for wiring of UL listed and CSA certified inverters . Perform caulk securely by using caulking tool specified by terminal maker. 70

Operation

NOTES ON USE OF PERIPHERAL UNITS


On the input power side, a molded case circuit breaker (MCCB) to protect inverter primary wiring should be installed . The inverter power-factor (depending on power voltage, output frequency, and load) must be taken into account for selecting MCCB. For standard settings, see page 78. If a full electromagnetic MCCB is to be used, select a larger capacity because the operating characteristics are altered by harmonic current . A leakage current breaker of inverter use is recommended . The inverter can be used without an input side magnetic contactor (MC) . An input MC can be used to prevent an automatic restart after recovery from an external power loss during remote control operation. However, do not use the MC frequently for start/.stop operation, or it will lead to a reduced reliability. When the digital operator is used, automatic restart after power failure is disabled so that MC starting is impossible. Although primary the MC can stop the inverter, regeneration braking is disabled and the motor coasts to stop. In general magnetic contactors on the output of the inverter, for motor control should not be used. Starting a motor with the inverter running will cause large surge currents and the inverter overcurrent protec tor to trigger . If an MC is used for switching to commercial power supply, switch MC after the inverter and the motor stop. To switch during motor rotation, use the speed search function . (See page 60.) The inverter includes an electronics thermal protective function to protect the motor from overheating . If more than one motor is driven with a single inverter or when a multi-pole motor is used, place a overload relay between the inverter and the motor. Set 1 to the first position of Sn-14 (xxxl), and set the overload relay to the current nameplate value at 50 Hz, orl .1 times of that at 60 Hz. To improve the power-factor, install an AC reactor on the inverter's primary side. Power-factor improve ment capacitor or surge supressors on the inverter output side will be damaged by the harmonic component in the inverter output. Also, the overcurrent caused in the inverter output will trigger the overcurrent protection. To avoid this, do not use capacitors or surge supressors in the inverter's output . To improve the power-factor, install an AC reactor on the inverter primary side. Because the inverter I/O (main circuit) contains a higher harmonics component, it may emit RFI noise to
communication equipment (AM radio, etc.) near the inverter .

" Installation and selection of molded-case circuit breaker

" Use of input side magnetic contactor

" Use of secondary magnetic contactor

" Use of overload relay

" Power-factor improvement (elimination of phase advance capacitor)

" Radio frequency interference

of a metallic conduit between the inverter and motor and grounding the conduit is also effective . routing of input and output leads is also recommended .

Use a noise filter to decrease the noise.

Proper

Use

If the inverter is connected to a distant motor, (especially when low frequency is output,) motor torque decreases because of voltage drop in the cable . Use sufficiently heavy wire . When a digital operator is to be installed separately from the inverter, use the Yaskawa connection cable (option). For remote control with analog signals, connect the operating pot or operating signal terminal and the inverter within 50 m of the inverter. The cable must be routed separately from power circuits (main circuit and relay sequence circuit) so that it is not subjected to inductive interference by other equipment. If frequencies are set not only from the 12 SHIELDED INSULATED WIRE digital operator but also with extenal frequency CONNECTION TERMINAL controller, use twisted pair shielded wire as 2k Q shown in the following figure and connect the shielding to terminal 12, not to the ground .
FREQUENCY CONTROLLER

" Wire thickness and cable length

TWISTED PAIR SHIELD WIRE

A VARIETY OF OPTIONS TO MEET NUMEROUS DEMANDS


u ISOLATOR
6a-:;
fi2sh-1 Di

POTENTIAL TILATSFOVER

sic-s. VS OPERATOR ~ S OPERATOR VS SYSTEM NIOD11E !S1 : %LL P:.-NSTI(: M 1i)E) (ST ~hi) IRD SI'EEI. P: .1T ,\I ~i) )

.~

DIGITAL MONITOR OUTPUT VOLTMETER


y f

OUTPUT

INPUT
.~ tv
n v

b89-321

CARD ANALOG MONITOR AO-08

ANALOG SPEED REFERENCE CARL) AI-141 ;


690-124 '

~k1

FREQ NIE'i ER

fi69- f' S

OPERATOR'MONITOR ADAPTER PANEL FREQ METER (;ALIBRATION RESISTOR


616G3 -

YNALOG MONITOR CARL) AO-12

REFERENCE ~. CARDAI-14B

6b9-309

PULSE OUTPLj"T CARD PO-36F

DIGITAL REFERENCE CARD DI-08 COWVIUNICNTION~ INTERFACE CARD S:-B ,


692-538

nW-4~

POTENTIOMETER 1,B, RD

691-124

DIGITAL OUTPUT CARL) I)0-08

REMOTE OPER'ATORMONITOR SPECIAL CABLE

SCALE ill, 1TE

692-55!

PG SPEED CONTROL DIGITAL CART) PG-CIPG-D REFERENCE CARD DI-16G

fiat- . ;t -~ ~ ~' fi93-?20

COPT' I,\IT

'PHASE POWER [2 (S) St PPLY L3 (T)

n5~1- i1 "
69o-112

OU-''4

NOISE FILTER (INPUT; MOLDED-CASE CIRCUIT BREAKER (MCCB)

NOISE FILTER (INPUT)

NOISE FIL1ER (OL:'nL-T) i -,

..% U? UtV" Sf

640-1.5

MAGNETIC CO\TACTOR

AC REACTOR
690-y;
SSlCMYr 853-:E .k~

BRAKING L'\IT

SURGE SUPPRESSOR

'

5M~-

64o-9d

690-131

BACK UP CAPM'1"7OR L \1T FO:I MOMENTARI POV ER LOSS

BRAKI\G RESISTOR: 1,\;T

BRAKING RESISTO1 (BUILT-I\ 'i YPE)

OPTION UNITS
Type
O U O m

Name
Analog reference Card

Model (Code No .)
AI-14U (73600-COOIX)

Function
Allows lugh precision, high resolution analog speed reference setting 0 to + IOVDC (20kQ) 1 channel " Input signal level 4 to 20rrLADC (25051) 1 channel " Input resolution 14 bits (1/16384) Allows bipolar high precision, lugh resolution analog speed ref set " Input signal level 0 to IOVDC (20kQ) 4 to 20rrLADC (25051) 3 channels 13 bits --code (1/8192) " Input resolution Allows 8 bits digital speed ref set " Input signal binary 8 bits/BCD 2 digits +code " Input voltage +24V (isolated) Built-in Power supply " Input current 8mA Permits setting 16-bit digital speed reference " Input signal Binary 16 bits/BCD 4 digits + code " Input voltage +24V (isolated) supply " Input current }Ex~ 8 mA With 16-bit/12-bit select function Used to supply power to digital reference card (DI-166) " Input 200 to 240VAC l0% 50/60Hz +24VDC 0 2A " Output For momentary power loss, use AVRS88 (holding time 2 sec available) Permits operation or constant setting by command from master controller Synchronous " Communication method " Commurucation speed 19 2kBPS (up to 136 5kBPS possible) " Interface I~F232, RS-422, RS-485 " tldaptation to single end or open collector input phase) input " Pha quencgle y range 50 to 32767Hz " Pulse monitor output + 12V, 20mA " Input Voltage +12 " input current 300mA}External supply

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76 76 Builtto 'fOE0736-30 13 TOEC736-30 14 TOEC736-30 15

o a

Anal

reference card

AI-14B (73600-0002X)

Digital reference card Q

DI-08 (73600-0003X)

76

Digital reference card "

DI-166 (73600-CO11X) AVR387 (72600-AVR387) AVR388 (72~-AVR388) SI-B (73600-0006X-0I7)

77 TOEC736-30 17 ~ ~ installed 77

Control power unit for DM6G

Communicafion interface card

77

m n v+ O u 0e

PG-C (73600_DOO5X) PG speed Control card (Note) PG-D (73600-DO06X) AVR385 ~~-AVR385) AVR386 (72600-AVR386) AO-OB (73600-D001X)

Permits compensation of speed variation caused by slip, by speed feedback using a pulse generator (PG) provided to the motor

Builtm 77 TOE C736-30 3

" Phase A (differeen pulse) input " 1'G frequency range 50 to 32767Hz " 110 complies with RS-422A Separately installed

Contort power unit for PGC

Used to supply power to PG speed control card (PG-C) , Input 200 to 240VAC ]OX 50/60Hz +24VDC 0 3A " Output For momentary power loss, use AVR386 (holding tune 2 sec available) Outputs analog signal for monitoring inverter output state (output freq , output current etc ) after absolute value conversion " Output resolution : 8 bits (11256) " Output voltage 0 to + IOV (non isolated) " Output channel 2 channels Outputs analog signal for monitoring inverter output state (output freq , output current etc ) " O utput resolution 11 bits (1/2048) " Output voltage -10 to + 10V (non isolated) " Output channel 2 channels Outptits pulse tram signal corresponding to the inverter output frequency " Output pulse 1F, 6F, 10~", 12F, 36F (F output freq) " Output voltage + 12V 10% (isolated) " Output current 20mA mix Outputs isolated type digital signal for monitoring inverter nun state (alarm signal, zero speed detection etc ) Output channel Photo coupler 6 channels (48V, 50mA or less) Relay contact output 2 channels 250VAC, lA or less 30VDC, 1A or less Allows freq or current digital monitor displays and fault indications ~~ operation and constant settings are protected against tampering on site Adapter panel is capable of mounting on the front of inverter unit with its special cable. Use the adaPten P~el ~~ cable. Used for the remote operation of digital operator or monitor with adapter pal (JVOP-109) C'~~ length ; lm, 3m tt~front of inverter tout Cable length , lm, 3m tiJ

77

Analog monitor card

76

TOE0736-30 21

Analog monitor card

O a

o c

AO-12 (73600-D002X)

76 Builtin 76

TOE0736-3022

Pulse output card

PO-36F (73600-03X)

_ TOE 0736-30

Digital Output Card

DO-08 (73600-DO04X)

77

TOEC736-30 24

Digital monitor Adapter panel for digital operatorldigifal monitor Adapter panel special cable Special cable for d ital forl digital monitor (with blank cover)

JVOP-101 (73041-0911X) JVOP-109 (73041-09190) 6-W30 e (726 1-01) (72616-W3003-01) 6m~ble (72616-W3001) ~16 -W W3Dd3) JVOP-104 (73041-0914X)

75 75

CC7730-50 4

75 mvertermounted 75

0736-50 11

s o p

oa

r or monitor when removed from

0730-50 10

Incorporated with inverter when RUN/STOP or monitoring from remote locauons (mix 100m) by using remote operator (type JVOP-102) and remote monitor (type JVOP-103) 20mA current loop/RS-2320 (D-SUB connector and cover provided ) The operation panel incorporates digital operator (type JVOP-100) and dig~ monitor (type JVOP-101) Permits RUN/SDOP operation or monitor from remote locations (mix 100 m) through serial communication 20 mA current loop Power supply 85 to 264VAC 50 to 60Hz (D-SUB connector, cover and power supply connector provided )

75 TOE 0736-20 4 wi ly 75

Remote Operator

JVOP-102 (73041-0912X) JVOP-103 (73041-0913X)

Remote monitor

*When using these cards, contact your YASKAWA representative

73

Type
Copy and

Name

Model (Code No.)


JVOP-105 (73041-0915X) JVOP-95 " 0 (73041-)905X-0) JVOP-96 " 0 (73041-0906X-0) CDBR-0 (72600-110000) LKEB-0 (72600-K0000) ERF-150WJOO (11000000) P0000 (73600-P00a) (FL6402826-1)

Function
Copy unit is capable of reading constants from an inverter, storing the constants, and then writing the constants to other inverters In addition, it has the same function as standard digital opeator JVOP-100 Allows frequency settings and RUN/STOP operations with analog ref from remote locations (mix 50m) Frequency meter specifications 60/120M, , 90/180Hz Allows frequency settings and RUN/STOP operations with analog ref from remote locations (mix 50m) Frequency meter specifications 75Hz, 150Hz, 220Hz For motor decel time reduction, use this with braking resistor unit Motor regenerative energy dissipation by the resistor reduces the decel time (duty cycle 10% ED) Motor regenerative energy dissipation by the resistor reduces the decel time (duty cycle 3% ED) For power loss of less than 2 sec Used when installing inverter m totally-enclosed control panel

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Invertermounted 71 TOEC736-50 7 -

VS operator (Small plastic type) VS operator (standard steel plate type) Braking unit Braking resistor unit Braking resistor (bunfin type) Backup capacitor for momentary power loss Rubber bushing

75

c 5
3a O

75 mommy 78 to 80 Invertermounted gel' mounted Invertermounted 1 78 to 80 43 8

TOE736-50 5 C TOE C736-50 6 -

PERIPHERAL UNITS
Name
VS System Module Frequency Meter Frequency Setting Frequency Meter Adjusting Potentiometer Frequency Setting Knob Potentiometer AC Reactor Radio noise ProteCthre RBer Molded-Case Circuit Breaker (MCCB) Magnetic Contactor (MC) Surge Suppressor Output Votmeter Potential Transformer Isolator

Model (Code NoJ


JGSM-0 DCF-6A _

Function
se and complex drive system control Available m 15 types

Page
86

Provided with VS operator as standard Available as separate components for remote control from several locations

86

UZBA-0 LNFD, HF, LF NFO IH-OE DCR2-0 SCF-12NH UPN-15B DGPO

Install at control circuit termmal for the calibration of frequency meter or ammeter and frequency reference " Motor noise reduction " Starting torque unprovement " For motor; exceeding the inverter capacity Used the radio noise filter to eliminate radio wave interferenceIt is provided at input terminals of the inverter main circuit. Installation of MCCB at power supply will protect the inverter connection . MC is required on inverters using the dynamic braking function Suppresses surge currents by opening and closing of magnetic cxtntactors and control relays magnetic contactors or control relays near the inverter Voltmeter for PWM inverter Combined with output voltmeter (SCN-12NH) of 400V class inverter Isolates the inverter's input and output signals to reduce noise Must be instlled on

81 83 to 85

88 to 91 82 82 82 86 86 87

OPTION UNITS, OPTION CARDS


STANDARD STEEL PLATE TYPE
FREQUENCY METER MASTERIAUX FRED REFERENCE SWITCH '

DIGITAL OPERATOR DIGITAL MONITOR


MODEL JVOP-101

JVOP-100

DIMENSIONS in inch (mm) -

.1 V01'-100

.) VOP-101-

" PRODUCT SERIES


Code No . Model JVOP 73041-0906X-,2 -96-9696 " 1 2 3 _ -Ol -0'L
-0:3~

L--*Frequency Meter Specifications Model DCF-6A, :1V " 1mA 75117 150IIz 2201is
-

0 079121

~ososa~~a. R' .1&IEN

b90-Iit,

byl-7',

Approx

Mass

3 97 Ib (18 kg)

IREQUENCY METER METER ADJ' .STING POTENTIOMETER RUN INDICATION LAMP I POWER FAULT

SMALL PLASTIC TYPE


e

DIMENSIONS in inch (mm)


oe,

" PRODUCT SERIES


Model JVOP -95-951 2 Code No. I 73041-0905X-E i ; _01 -0'L Frequency Meter Speciicotions i Model 60,120117. TRM-4a 1-3V, ImA 901130112 Approx . Mass 176lb(08kg) F'anel Drilling Plan

yo.~ ' PANEL DRILLING PLAN

DIGITAL OPERATOR/ ADAPTER PANEL FOR DIGITAL MONITOR


ADATER PANEL (TIPE JVOP '09)

DIGITAL OPERATOR/ SPECIAL CABLE FOR DIGITAL MONITOR


>Vanspeew
--, .

REMOTE OPERATOR REMOTE MONITOR REMOTE INTERFACE

616133 ;}

69?-543

DIGITAL OPERA'0? r BANK COVER 1

'a CABLE CONNECTOR TOIN1,'ERTER RUBBER BUSHING-I

COPY UNIT
Model JVOP-105 t , ..

'0 0 RATORCMONITOP a
690-45

ADAPTER PANE SPECIAL CABLE

:) ;G,- A_ OPERATOR

-MTG SCREW FOR BLANK COVEF

Mass 0 66 Ib (0 3 kg)

BUILT-IN TYPE OPTION CARD*


INPUT (2CN) ANALOG REFERENCE CARD Al-14U Unidirectional-type

Mass: 0.221b (0 .9 kg)

f .KIJ ." ,

MCC8

INVERTER

STANDARD VOLTAGE ' CURRENT GENERATOR etc

ANALOG REFERENCE CARD A1 14U

ANALOG REFERENCE CARD AI-'14B Bidirectional-type

MCC 3

INVERTER

STANDARD VOLTAGE 4 ' ANALOG REFERENCE CARD Al -14B CURRENT GENERATOR etc

DIGITAL REFERENCE CARD


DI-08

PULSE MONITOR CARD


PO-36F

68 1)

112

*One option card can be mounted on input side (2CN) and output side (3CN) each.

DIGITAL OUTPUT CARD DO-08

a o -121 MCCB INVERTER MOTOR

+24VOC Ov

200VAC

* Check the diode polarity ** Mount the circuit of surge absorber

DIGITAL OUTPUT CARD DO-08

PG SPEED CONTROL CARD PG-C

692-5:9

Control Power Unit (AVR000385, AVR000386)

CONTROL, POWER UNIT FOR PG C

CONTROL POWER UNIT DIMENSIONS in inch (mm)


"12000385 "12000386 AVR000387 AVR000388 Common Dimensions

PG SPEED CONTROL CARD PG-D

POWER SUPPLY FOR PG (PROVIDED BY CUSTOMER) * PULSE MONITOR " Synchronous output voltage 3V max " Differential output voltage 2V min " Output %oltage 60mA max

018(451 3 5--,f-f~

O .. CD N

_EL

0 87 [.2__
(22)

5 931150 5)

. 3-M3 MTG SCREW

0a

77

BRAKING RESISTOR, BRAKING UNIT, i


Two kinds of unit mounting are available according to inverter capacity: Inverter-mounted Type Braking unit: Standard Braking resistor: Available on request Separately-installed Type Braking unit: 200V class 10HP (7 .5kW) or less 400V class 20HP (15kW) or less 200V class 15HP (11kW) or more 400V class 25HP (18 .5kW) or more Braking resistor unit: request .

INVERTER-MOIINTED TYPE (3%ED)


Inverter Voltage Max Applicable Motor Unit V HP (kW)

Standard

On request

20 P 4 201 0 5 (04) 20052 R007505 200 1 (075) 20 P 7 201 200 52 R007505 to 2 (1 5) 21 P 5 101 10052 R007504 230 3 (2 2) 22 P 2 700 7052 R007503 5 (3 7) 23 P 7 620 6252 R007510 0 5 (04) 40 P 4 751 75012 R007508 380 1 (0 75) 40 P 7 751 75052 R007508 to 2 (1 5) 41 P 5 401 40052 R007507 460 3 (2 2) 42 P 2 301 30052 R007506 * Resistance value per one biaking uint. Note : For 500 to 600V class, contact your YASKAWA representative.

Model CIMRG 3E

_ Model ERF-

BrakingResistor Voltage of Code No Resistance

l5owJ

No of
Used

Braking Torque (39o ED)

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

220 125 125 120 100 230 130 125 115

Ceenmabb Min Resistenoe Value* Q

48 48 16 16 16 96 96 64 64

SEPARATELY-INSTALLED TYPE (10%ED)


Braking Unit Voltage Max Applicable Motor Unit HP (kW) Braking Resistor Unit Model CIMRG30 Model CDBR - 1:1
+k

Available on

Model Specifications No of LKEB of Used Resistor


20P7

Braking Connectable Min No Torque of (1096ED) Resistance Used Value t Unit Q 125 125 120 125 115 125 125 125 125 125 125 48 16 16 16 96 96 96 96 64 6 4 9 6

200 to 230 V

690-47

69n-1'a3

BRAKING DINT MODEL OF CDBR

BRAKING RESISTOR MODEL OF ERF-150WJ

1 (0 75) 20P7 2 (1 5) 21P5 3 (2 2) 22P2 5 (37) 23P7 7 5 (55) 25P5 10 (75) 27P5 15 (11) 2011 20 (15) 2015 25 (18 5) 30 (22) 40 (30) 50 (37) 60 (45)M .5 75 (55) 100 (75)

* * * *
+k

WZM

2015 2015 2022 2022 2015 2015 2022 2022 2110 *


~k ik

1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 1

21P51 22P21 23 P 7 25P51 27 P 5 2011 2015 2018 2022 2015

70W 20011 1 26OW 100n 1 260W 7011 390W 4012 a 52OW 3012 1 78OW 2012 240OW 13 611 1 300OW 1011 1 4800 8fl 1 4800 68a 1 300OW 1Ofl 2

O~

1 (075) 2 (1 .5) 3 (2.2)

40P7 41P5 42P2

40P7 41 P 5 42 P 2 47 P 5 1 1 1 1 1 a 1 1 1 22 4015 4018 4022 4030 4045 i i

70W 26OW 26OW

750n 400n 250 l1

1 1 1

130 125 - 135

96 64 64 32 20 192 199 19 2 128

3a

~~ yF~

s~k

380

460

a: rs ..ns as %e

.,.

690-b4

BRAKING RESISTOR UNIT MODEL OF LKEB

* Braking unit as standrad . t Resistance value per one braking unit. Note : When connecting braking resistor unit, set system constant Sn-10 2nd-digit to 1 .

500 to 600 V

78

30 (7 .5) 47P5 15 (11) 4012 20 (15) 4015 25 (18.5) 4018 30 (22) 4022 40 (30) W40' 3 50 (37) 60 (45) 75 (55) 100 (75) 150 (11 200 (16 250 (185) 4185 300 (220) 4220 400 (300) 4300 2 (15) 3 (22) 52P2 5 (3 .7) 53P7 7 5 (55)-- 55P5 10 (75) 57P5 15 (11) 5011 20 (15) 5015 25 (135) 5018 30 (22) 5022 40 (30) 5030 50 (37) 5037 60 (45) 5045 75 (55) 5055 100 (75) 5075 120 (90) 5090 150 (110) 5110 200 (160) 5160

il~ -

4030 4030 4030 4045 4045 4030 4045 4030 4220 4220 4220 4220

* * *

78OW 75 f1 1 130 i ' i a 156OW 40f1 1 125 480OW 32 f2 1 125 480OW 27 291 600OW 2Of2 l 1 125 ~ 9600 13.611 1 125 '

*
* * # * *

0 0 .i
~
ii

4045 4045 4037 4045

960OW 13 6f2 960OW 13 6f1 9600 1612 9600 13 6f2 ii


i

~k

5037 5037 5037 5037 5037 5037 5037 5037

~k

1 1 2

~ .i i ~ i ii 1100W_ 75n 1500 5011 230OW 4012 280OW 38f1 390OW 33f1 490OW 27a 15900 22n

0 i ~~ ~
i 125 140 125 110 110 110

4 4 5 6

140 120 110 110

32 32 3.2 32 90 90 90 g0 90 42 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24

O
-

21000

iii

6 8fl

100

RAKING RESISTOR UNIT


CONNECTIONS
200 to 230V 380 to 460V

" Inverter-mounted Type

0 .5 to 5HP (0.4 to 3 .7kW) 0 .5 to 3HP (0.4 to 2.2kW)

" Separately-installed Type


(380 to 460V
Used sequerw to break powc+ supply sale on waked relay Ir., canw

15HP 01M) 20HP (15kW))


OVERLOAD RELAY TRIP CONTACT

e
e:

BRAKING RESISTOR*

r- ,

-I BRAKING

RESISTOR

MCCAB A MC L1(RI-S POWER SUPPLY L-1-3 PHASE ~ L3(T)--0 ~'-~ 4

L1(R) BI/@

MOTOR

VS-616G3T1(UI L3(T) T2(V) T31W)

POWER SUPPLY 3 PHASE

" Separately-installed Type


200 to 230V 380 to 460V

0 .5 to 40HP (0 .4 to 7 .5 kW) 0 .5 to 10HP (0 .4 to 7 .5kW)


OVERLOAD RELAY TRIP CONTACT

" Separately-installed Type


200 to 230V 380 to 460V

15 to 100HP (11 to 75kW) 25 to 400HP (18.5 to MOM)


10"A.4 ww

Used sequencer to break power supply side on owYlwd relay Irp cNad MCCB C f~-

(--

-I BRAKING* RESISTOR UNIT

L1(R)-_0 POWER SUPPLY L2(S)3 PHASE L.M--o

^C

L7 (R)

BI/Sp

.oo/=v ------------

L2(S) VS-616G3T1(U) L3M T2(V) Tj(W)

E
" Not required the cortrol circuit transformer for 200V class

Used sequeneer to break power soppy srde on araloaa May h0 oatst

FAULT (bNTACT

Note: For installing braking resistor unit, set Sn-10, 2nd digit to 1 .

OF BRAKING UNIT

PARALLEL CONNECTION

For using more than one parallelconnected braking unit, connect and select the connectors as follows . " Braking units have a MASTER/ SLAVE selection connector . Select MASTER side only for braking unit 1 and select SLAVE side for braking units 2 and 3.

BRAKING UNIT 1 COOLING FIN OVERHEAT CONTACT ITHERMOSVOTCH CONTACT)

-1

14

COOLING FIN OVERHEAT CONTACT (THERMOSWITCH CONTACT)

31

31 - - 14 COOLING FIN OVERHEAT CONTACT (THERMOSWITCH CONTACT)

MOUNTING OF BRAKING RESISTOR

t y:;

,s .

r~.

Model ERF 150WJ. .. .

09 4 41b (0 2kg)
Note Prepare mounting screws (two M4 x 8 tapped screws) Screws 8 mm or more and general metric screws cannot be used

690-117

BRAKING UNIT DIMENSIONS in inch (mm)

Model CDBR-2015, -2022, -4030, -4045 4-0 276171 DIA MTG HOLE M6SCREW / FOR 111".2.1m SI a 1 P O

Model CDBR-2110 4MTG .0276 (71 DIA 661068 HOLE FOR ss MS SCREW

Model CDBR-4220 4-0276 171 DIA e~ 9x(2385). MTG HOLE FOR 0~1 , ~-ezslz,a MB SCREW
nn 3 ^ ^ MAIN 6RCUIT TERMINAL Mfi -CM,1 w 484023) 2 LEAD WIRE OUTLET (102(26) CIA RUBBER BLISFI)

AIUN6 uMT s 055" 1141 2n 11B (301OR 0 MORE 2 11651 4711 1ORDNORE I 657(1671 ..18 2 79(20) d4RUBBERBUSH) COVERMTG SCREW M50U ?4NGTERMINAL 10 LEADWIREOUTLET

8 mn

484023)

2 LEAD WIFE OUTLET (102(26) DIARUBBER BUSH)

504(128) 25 787(200)

0 1--~ ezatz,a I a se,rssmt

504(128) 187(200) Mass 29 lb (13 kg)

Mass: 9 lb (4 kg)

Mass: 22 lb (10 kg)

BRAKING RESISTOR UNIT DIMENSIONS in inch (mm)


voltage DWG
D"menslons m inch (mm)

MTG SCREW

NRG . So"

0~
200 230V 23P7

1
1379 (~ 2.95 (75) 1379(350) 7.97(200)

27P5

0 T 1 _984(250) -

512 (139)

13,19 (335 13_19

M5 x 4 M6 x4

.f1

~~

1b (kg) 662(30) 99345 9 45 11 5 0 16 5 18.8(85

Mass

0 Kim ~1~

0 t7.:3S1:1~

KUM

3 . .

591(150)
(

MTG SCREW Drawing 2

(1

asov

380 to

y~ 4x30 4037 4045


1~

Note: For 500 to 600V, contact your YASKAWA representative .

2 17 56 (446)

37 94 MW

16 77 (4M

2913 (740)

M8-4

Ff~?il 728(33)
10 24(260) ss Z

AC

REACTOR

(Model

UZBA-8,

for

input,

50l60Hz)

MMMMCCB L3M-0 u

AC REACTOR f" (_ M u(n

(Example

of

Connection) 4000 PowER SUPPLY RVAII 1YIRI AC RFFaC70R COOR11901TiWIPPLY 600 ~--~ ~ R 400

LI(R)-0 v--R~ .n.~LI(M -o" I ___,

) I 1 Be sure to connect AC reactor on Inverter Input side [L. (R), 1. (S),

0 L__ i

60 INVERTFR CAPACITY MW

When power capacity is significantly large compared to inverter capacity, or when the power-factor AC reactor needs to be to improved, the motor connect the AC reac-

tor.

Select

an

according

capacity .

200

to

230V

Max Applicable MotorOutput HP OL1A


0 5(0 4) 1 (0 75) 2(15) 3(22) 5(37) 75(55) 10(75) 15(11) 20(15) 25(185) 3() (22) 40(30) 50(37) 6(1(45) 75(55) 1) (75)

Current Value A
25 5 10 15 20 30 40 60 80 90 120 160 2(10 24(1 280 360

Inductance Intl
42 2 1 1 1

Code No
X002553 )(002554 X002489 X002490 X002491 X002492 ](002493 X002495 X002497 X002498 X002555 X002556 X002557 X002558 X002559 X002560 2 1

Dvnenaons In Inch (mm) A


4172 (120) 472 (120) 512 (130) 5.12 (130) 5.12 (130) (512 (130) 512 (130) ' 7 09 (180) 709 (169) (

B
280 (71) 280 (71) 346 (88) 346 (8B) 346 (88) 346 (BB) 386 (98) (413 (1051 394 (100)

111
_ 449 (111) 4 69 (119) 547 (139) 581 (147 5) 610 (155) .

C
472 (120) 472 (120) 512 (130) 5.12 (1301 413 (1051 413 (105) 413 (105) 512 (130) 591 (150) 591 (150) 591 (150) 689 (175) 6 89 (175) 847302 (2155) 8 4710 2 (21525) 906302 (x195)

11
l57 (40) 157 (40) 1 37 (50) 1 37 (50) 137 (50) 137 (50) 137 (50) 295 (75) 2 95 5) 295 205 (7 5)

E
197 (50) 197 (50) 256 (65) 256 (65) 256 (65) 276 (70) 295 5) 335 (85) 315 (80) 315 (am 3816 1807 315 (80) 374 (95) 433 (110) 4.33 (110) 512 (130)

F
413 (105) 413 (105) 512 (130) 512 (130) 512 (130) 512 130) 512 (130) 630 160) 709 (180) 709 (IBM 709 (180 8 07 (205) 807 (205) 945 1407 945 (240) 1024 (2601

H
079 (a0) 079 (20) 087 (22) 097 (72) 087 (22) 087 (a2) 097 (22) 098 (25) 098 (25) 098 (2s) 096 25) 098 (25) 098 (25) 098 (25) 088 (25) 158 (40)

J
M6 MB M6 M6 MB MB

K
041 (105) 041 (105) 0 45 (1 1 5) 045 (11 5) 045 (115) 035 (9) 045 (11 5) 039 10) 0 39 (19) 039 (10) 039 (10) 0 39 (10) 0.39 (10) 0.32 (8) 0.32 (8) 063 (16)

L
028 (7) 028 (7) 0 IS (7) 0.28 (7) 028 (7) 028 (7) 028 (7) 026 (7) 028 (7) 028 (7) 021 (7) 028 (7) 028 (7) 028 (7) 0.39 (10) 0.39 (10)

M
M4 M4 M4 M4 MS MS

~Lion b (ko
551 (25) 551 (25) 662 (3) 662 (3) 662 0) 662 (3) 882 4) 1323 (6) 1764 ) 1764 (s) 1764 (B) 26 46 (12) 33 07 (15) 5071 (23) 5071 (a3) 7056 (3z)

Lass Waft
1S I5 25 30 35 45 50 65 75 90 90 100 I10 125 I30 145

0 71
0 53 0 35 0265 0 18

M6 16 M6 M6 M6 M6 M6 M8 M1

M6 us Ms MID MID M10 MID MI2 MI2

0 13
0 12 009 007 005 0 044 0038 0026

(210) 827 (210) 945 (240)

ice ram 8 27
394 (100) 453 (115) 496 (126) 496 (126) 638 (162) 669 (170) 720 (1828) 8 .58 (218) 658 (218) 849 (241)

ps)
295 (75) 295 (75) 501 (11,0) 5 91 (11.0) 591 (1,10)

945 (2407 IOG4 (2707

380

to

460V

Max Applicable Motor

Current VAue
1 3 2 5 5 7 5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 80 90 120 150 200 250 33(1 490 660

Inductance I.H
180 84 42 36 22 142 1 O6 07 053 042 0 .36 O 26 0.24 018 015 0 11 009 006 006 003

Code No
X002561 X002562 X002563 X002564 X002500 X002503 X002502 X002503 X002504 X002505 X002606 8002508 8002509 X002566 X002567 X002568 X002569 X002570 X0(12690 X002691 2

Dlmensans in Rich (IrIrIl) A


472 (120) 472 (120) 512 (130) 6812 (130) 512 (130) 512 (130) 630 (160) 7w (119) 709 (180) 7 (180) .27 8 (2107 .27 8 (210) 945 (240) 9AS (249) 0 13 (270) 1063 (270) 1260 (320) 130 133(1) 13A (330)

APPS

B
280 (71) 2 80 (71) 346 (88) 346 (86) 346 (88) 366 (981 354 (90)

64
_ , 453 (115)

C
472 (120) 4 72 (120) 512 (130) 512 (130) 512 (130) 512 (130) 512 (130) ~30) 591 (150) 591 (150) 591 (150) 6.89 (175) 6.89 (175) 8 0720 2 (20535) 8 .07x02 (2055) 9 06502 (2035) 9 0630 2 (29035) 9 0602 X35) 124302 (31535) 124302 (31535)

C1
l '.7 (a1) 1 IA (40) 1117 (5.)l 11n

E
197 (50) 1 97 (50) 276 (70) 276 (70) 256 (65) 295 (75) 276 CFO) ) 315 (e0) 3 IS (807

F
413 (105) 4 13 (105) 512 (130) 512 (130) 512 (130) 512 (130) 6.30 (160) (1600) 709 060) 709 (l

H
079 (20) 0 79 (20) 097 (2z) 087 (22) 087 (12) 017 (22) 096 (25) ) 096 (2s) 098 (25)

J
M8 Ma M6

K
0 4I (105) 035 (91 0.35 (e) 0.45 (u 5) 45 (0115) 0.39 (10) 0.39 0W (10) 0.39 (10)

L
028 (7) 026 (7) 028 (7) 021 (7) 0.21 (7) 028 (7) 0.26 Cn 026 028 (7) 026 (7)

M
M4 M4 -M4

00 b
551 (25) 5.51 (25) 662 (3) 6.62 IS)662 (3) 1.12 (4) 1108 (5) 1714 Op 17 .64 (a) 18.74 (85) 28.46 (12 33,07 (I5) 5071 (23) 6071 (a0) 9056 ~) 7056 W) 12127 (55) 132.21 (60) 17637 W

Wd"
15 1S 25 35 43 50 50 65

1802

05(04) 1 (0 75) 2(15) 3(22) 5(37) 75(55) 10(75) 15 (11) 20(15) 25(185) 30(22) 40 (30) 50 (37) 60(45) 75(55) 100(75) 150(110) 200(160) 250(185) 300 (220) 400(300)

(5.))

1911 (s)) 1m (5)) 2415 (75) ~ 21LS p5) 2115 (75) 2J15 (75) 295 175 296 (75) 5.91 (1. 6.91 (1507 591 ma) 5.91 (150) 5:11 (1!.07 521 (11.0) 591 (1'A)

M6

M4 M4

M6 M6 MG M6

MS MG M6 M6

sw 551 (100) (140) 3 94 571 (100) (145) 9 ea 59L (IO0) (150) 394 5.91 (Tom (1607 4 .63 6.99 (115) (1775) 496 766 (I (193) 496 7.11D 026) (198) Mal 6.38 (2310 (1621 9t) 6.38 910 (162) (231)

90 95 110 180 150 135 135 200 360 310

Rj

10
x

M10 MID MID

512 (130) 512 (1301 591 (150) 728 (185)

1024 (280) 1260 (3207 1260 (320) 1260 1320)

158 (40) t51 (40) 157 (40) 157 (40)

me MID M10 MID

063 (161 0.~ (175) 051 (10) 061 (155)

0 .38 (10) 047 (12) 047 (I2) 071 (18)

M10 MI2 MI2 MI6

693 (178) 850 (2161

1154 (293) 138 (353)

Note :

For 500 to 600V, contact your YASKAWA representative.


U % V Y W Z M TERMINAL

TERMINAL

NAMEPLATE

r-J

NAME PLATE

o-

u " i4~~4" ~~44~i ) I 0 F


A DETAIL IN M7G HOLE _ I .I I K Drawing

+ ~4y~C Z + F -( j
A DETAIL MTG HOLE L K 41

u .ul I N L E I
B B1 .1(; BOLT 2 81

II II - - I~IL_ fi
9 4 J 1 MTG BOLT

Drawing

MOLDED-CASE CIRCUIT BREAKER (MCCB) AND POWER SUPPLY MAGNETIC CONTACTOR (MC)
Be sure to connect MCCBs between power supply and VS-616G3 input terminals L1 (R), L2(S), L3(T). Recommended MCCBs are listed as follows . Connect MC if required .

64d -' ,

MOLDED-CASE CIRCUIT BREAKER (MCCB)

POWER SUPPLY MAGNETIC CONTACTOR (MC)

200 to 230V
VS -616 G3

Cmurt e Mcce YASKAWA Magnetic Rated Contactic Model Capacity Rated Output Model Current CIMR-G3= kVA Current A A (Model MC) 20134 14 32 5 HI-7E NF 30 201`7 4 .8 10 HI-7E 21 NF 30

Mcldad-Can

380 to 460V
VS -616 G3

21 P5 221`2 231`7 251`5 271`5 2011 2015 2018 2022 2030 2037 2045 2055 2075

2.7 41 6 .9 103 137 206 27.4 34 41 54 68 78 95 130

64 96 16 24 32 48 64 80 96 130 160 183

NF 3D N F 30 N IF 30 NF 50 N F 100 N F 100 N F 100 N F 225 NF 225 N F 225 NF 225 N F 400

20 20 30 50 60 100 100 150 150 225 225 300

HI-10-2E H I -10-2 E H I -20 E HI-30E H I -50 E H I -50 E H I -80 E H I -100 E HI -100 E H I -100 E HI -100 E H I - 200 E

224 N F 400 400 H I - 300 E 300 1 NF 600 1 600 I Hi - 500 E

YASKAWA cmrt esker MCI Magnetic Rated ~Contactor Model Capacity Rated output Model ICuAnt (Model MC) CIMR-G3- kVA A 401`4 1 .4 1 .6 NF 30 5 HI-7E 401`7 2.2 2.6 NF 30 5 HI-7E 41 P5 34 4.0 NF 30 10 HI-10-2E 421`2 4.1 48 NF 30 10 HI -10-2 E 431`7 69 8 NF 30 20 HI 20 E 451`5 10.3 12 N F 30 20 H I - 20 E 471`5 13.7 16 _NF 30 30 HI-20E 4011 i 20.6 24 N F 50 50 H I - 30 E 4015 27 .4 32 N F 100 60 H I . 50 E 4018 34 40 N F 100 75 HI - 50 E 4022 41 48 N F 100 100 H I - 50 E 4030 54 64 N F 100 100 H I - 80 E 4037 68 80 NF 225 150 HI -100 E 4045, 4L45 82 96 NF 225 150 HI -100 E 128 NF 225 225 HI -125 E 4055 110 140 4075 165 NF 400 300 HI - 200 E 4110 200 224 N F 400 400 H I - 300 E 4160 250 300 NF 600 600 HI -500 E 4185 290 340 N F 600 600 H I - 500 E 4220 380 450 N F 800 800 H U - 4893E 4300 510 600 IN F 1000, 1000 HU - 593 E
Molded-Caw

500 to 600V
VS-616 G 3 kVA 2 3 5 7.5 10 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 75 100 125 150 200 Model CIMR-G3 U51 P5 U52P2 U5313 7 U55P5 U57P5 05011 05015 U5018 05022 05030 05037 05045 05055 05075 05090 05110 05160 Capacity Rated

cart 81M Mcce YASKAWA Rated Magnetic Model Current Contactic (Model MC) Current A 3.5 10 HI-10-2E NF 30
M.IdM-Can

4.1 6.3

9.8 12 .5 17 22 27 32 41 52 62 77 99 130 172 200

NF 30 NF 30 NF 30 NF 30

10 20

HI-10-2E HI-10-2E HI-10-2E HI-20E HI -20 E HI -30 E HI -50 E H I -50 E H I -50 E H I - 80 E H I - 80 E HI -100 E H I -125 E H I -125 E HI .200 E

20 20 30 50 60 60 100 100 100 150 225 225 300

N F 100 N F 100 NF 225 N F 225 N F 225 NF 400

NF 30 NF 50 NF 100 N F 100 N F 100

NF 400

400

HI - 300 E

SURGE SUPPRESSOR

(Manufactured by Maroon Electronics)

Details of MTG Holes - -'-~DIMENSIONS in inch ~, ImmI

_-

Use surge suppressors for coils in electromagnetic contactors, control relays, electromagnetic valves, and electromagnetic brakes used as VS-616G3 peripheral units.
Coils of Magnetic Contactor and Control Relay Large-size Magnetic Contactors ; Surge Suppressor* i i Specifications

Model

Code No.

DCR2-50A22E DCR2-10A25C DCR2-50D100B

2:20VAC 0.5pF + 20012 '250 VAC 0.11AF + 10052 1000VDC 0.51AF +


22052

0002417 0002482 0002630

200 to 230V

Control Relay LY-2, -3(OMRON) HH-22, -23(Fu41) MM-2, -4(OMRON) 380 to 460V Units

82

* Made by MARCON Electronics .

NOISE FILTER

INPUT NOISE FILTER

1,1.- .o., a
Manufactured by YASKAWA Manufactured by Soshin Electric Co., Ltd.

Example of Noise Filter Connection


Note : Be sure to connect input noise filter on inverter input side
[L . (R), La (S), 1-3

MI

200 to 230V
Max Applicable Inverter Model Motor Output CIMR - G 3 -HP (kW) 20134 20P7 21 P5 22P2 23P7 25P5 27135 2011 2015 2018 2022 2030 2037 2045 2055 2075 0 5 (04) 1 (075) 2 (1 .5)

3 (2 .2) 5 (3.7) 7 5 (55) 10 (7.5) 15 (11) 20 (15) 25 (18.5) 30 (22) 40 (30) 50 (37) 60 (45) 75 (55) 100 (75)

Noise Filter without Case Rated Code No . . Q tY Current 72600A 2103 DY D2103DY 1 10 2103 DY D2103DY 1 10 2153 DY D2153DY 1 15 2203 DY D2203DY 1 20 2303 DY D2303DY 1 30 2203 DY D2203DY 2 40 2303 DY D2303DY 2 60 2303 DY D2303DY 3 90 2303 DY D2303DY 4 120 2303DY D2303DY 5 150 2303 DY D2303DY 6 180 Model LNFD-

Model LNFD-

Noise Filter with Case Code No 72600Q. tY

Rated Current A 10 10 15

Noise Filter b Soshm Electric Co , Ltd . Rated Model Code No. Q'ty Current A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 -

2103HY 2103HY 2153HY 2203HY 2303HY 2203HY 2303HY 2303HY 2303HY 2303HY 2303HY -

D2103HY D2103HY D2153HY D2203HY D2303HY D2203HY D2303HY D2303HY D2303HY D2303HY D2303HY -

1 1 2 2 3 4 5 6 -

1 1 1

20 30 40 60 90 120 150 180 -

HF3040A-Z HF3060A-Z HF3100A-Z HF3150A-Z HF3150A-Z HF3200A-Z HF3200A-Z HF3240A-Z HF3240A-Z HF3150A-Z HF3200A-Z

FIL000057 FIL000125 FIL000060 FIL000077 FIL000077 FIL000078 FIL000078 FIL001001 FIL001001 FIL000077 FIL000078

40 60 100 150 150 200 200 240 240 300 400

380 to 460V
Max Applicable Inverter Model Motor Output CIMR - G 3 HP (kW) 40134 40137 0.5 (04) 1 (075) 2 (1 .5) 3 (2 .2) 5 (3 .7) 7 5 (5.5) 10 (7 .5) 15 (11) 20 (15) 25 (18.5) 30 (22) 40 (30) 50 (37) 60 (45) 60 (45) 75 (55) 100 (75) 150 (110) 200 250 300 400 (160) (185) (220) (300)

41 P5 421`2 43127 45P5 47P5 4011 4015 4018 4022 4030 4037 4045 41-45 4055 4075 4110 4160 4185 4220 4300

4053 DY 4053 DY 4103 DY 4103 DY 4153 DY 4203 DY 4303 DY 4203 DY 4303 DY 4303 DY 4303 DY 4303 DY 4303 DY 4303 DY 4303 DY -

Model Code No, LNFD72600-

Noise Filter without Case Rated Q'ty Cu rrent A D4053DY D4053DY D4103DY D4103DY D4153DY D4203DY D4303DY D4203DY D4303DY D4303DY D4303DY D4303DY D4303DY D4303DY D4303DY 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 5 6 6 5 5 10 10 15 20 30 40 60 90 90 120 150 180 180 -

Model LNFD 4053HY 4053HY 4103HY 4103HY 4153HY 4203HY 4303HY 4203HY 4303HY 4303HY 4303HY 4303HY 4303HY 4303HY 4303HY -

Noise Filter with Case Code No 72600Q'ty 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 5 6 6 -

Rated CuA rrent 5 5 10 10 15 20 30 40 60 90 90 120 150 180 180 -

Note : For 500 to 600V, contact your YASKAWA representative .

D4053HY D4053HY D4103HY D4103HY D4153HY D4203HY D4303HY D4203HY D4303HY D4303HY D4303HY D4303HY D4303HY D4303HY D4303HY -

Noise Filter b Soshm Electric Co , Ltd. Rated Model Code No. Q'ty Current A QO HF3040C-Z FIL000066 1 40 HF3060C-Z FIL000079 1 60 HF3080C-Z FIL000080 1 80 HF3080C-Z FIL000080 1 80 HF3150C-Z FIL000082 1 150 HF3150C-Z FIL000082 1 150 HF320OC-Z FIL000083 1 200 HF320OC-Z FIL000083 1 200 HF320OC-Z FIL000083 1 200 HF3150C-Z FIL000082 300 2 HF3150C-Z FIL000082 300 2 HF320OC-Z FIL000083 400 2 HF320OC-Z HF320OC-Z HF320OC-Z FIL000083 FIL000083 FIL000083 3 3 4 600 600 800

NOISE FILTER DIMENSIONS


Without Case

in inch (mm) With Case


W A

L11AI L21S1 L31TI

T11U1 T21VI 0 731154 0 GO 0

I
E~h

Drawing 1

Drawing 2

Model LNFD2153DY 2203 DY

Code No 72600-

t
I

OWg No 1 1 1 2 2 2 2

2103DY I D2103DY I I D2153DY I

4721120) 1.15 (80) 4 72 (020)115 (~) 6.6 070) 354 (901 669070) 4a1(1to)

A'
-

B
1168(68) L68 (68) 107 (78) 3.86 (98)

M 079 (20) 079 (20) 079 (20) 079 1201 118 (30) 1 18 (30) 118 (30) 118 (30) 118 30

Mass Ib (kg) 044 (02) 044 (02) 088 (04) 110 (05) 066 (03)

Model LNFD2103 HY 2153 HY 2203 H Y 2303 H Y 4053 H Y 4103 HY 4153 HY 4203 H Y 4303 HY

Code No 726CO D 210:1 HY D 215 ;1


HY

L17 (55) 4 h (108) Lu J55) 525 (108) L7617o) s22 (158) L7s (70) -

2303 DY I D 2303 DY I 4053 DY I D 4053 DY I 4103DY I D4103DY I 4153DY I D4153DY I

D 2203 DY

all (791

D 2203 HY D 230,; HY D 405: HY D 4103 D 415


HY HY

69 (170 5.121130 295 (75) 69 (170)1512 (130) 574 (95) 669 (170) 1121130) 374 (95) 797 0 i7I (145) 194 (100) 781 (200) Ul (101194 (100)

311(7914.6 (118) 3.11(79) 165 (118) 111(79) 4.6(118) 170 (94) 124 (133) 170 (94) 0 (133)

4203 DY I D 4203 DY I 2 4303 DY I D 4303DYE-2

0 88 (0 4) 0 (04) 110 (05) 132 (06)

778 (155) 374 (95)335(85) 6.10 (1 a 256 (6) 130 m 198 72 (185) 374 (95) 335 (806.10 (M256 (66) 130 (01198 945 (210) 4.92 (043,94 (100) 8 27 001 174 (96) 130 W 3 31 945 (Zq0) 4.92 W1 .194 (100) $27 (210374 (95) 130(91353 925 (235) 5.51 (1404.72 (1201 907 () 4.33 U10) 169 (43) 3 53 925 (235) 5.51 (140) 4.72 (120) 8.07 M 4.33 (110) 925 (235) 551 (140) 472 (120) 1107 (205) 433 010) M OO 6.10 (55) 4,92 (125) 945 (210) 492 (125) 10:0 6.10 (156) U 92 (125) 945 (7A0) 4.921125)

Mess Ib (kg) (0 9) (09) (15) (16)

D 4203 HY D 4303HY

(16) 169 (43) 3 75 (17) 1690 375 (17) 169(43) 485 (2 2) 169 (43) C85 (22)1

(Manufactured by Soshin Electric)


Model HF3040A-Z HF3060A-Z HF3100A-Z HF3150A-Z H F3200A-Z HF3040C-Z HF3060C-Z H F3080C-Z HF3150C-Z HF32000-Z 2
1

NOISE FILTER DIMENSIONS


DWG
1

in inch (mm)
M N P
M4

0
118 (30) 197 (50)

Mesa 1b (k.)

1398 1299 1206 1122 472 354 2.76 315 (355) (330) (320) (285) (120) (90) (70) (80)

157 047 R013 (40) (12) 031 LRngth (R325 1 654 15.51 1496 1139 630 5.12 154, 394 197 059 (420) (394) (380) (340) (160) (1301 (90) (100) (50) (15) 8 Length) 1181 1024 945 8.66 1654 413 182 (300) (260) (940) (220) (420) (105) (97) 413 (105) 394 (100) 217 (55) 236 (60) 295 (75)

MS 4025 (06 .5) 546

106 (48) 220 (10) 419 (19)

H10 079 40 .26 (20) (06S) 546

12 .80 1063 9 .84 906 1772 465 390 098 4.74 (325) (270) (250) (230) (450) (118) (99) 433 (25) (120) 1158 1142 1063 984 1890 4 53 4 53 (110) 5.91 (345) (290)(270) (2501 (480) (115) (115) 050) 1198 13.00 1160 1122 4.72 3.54 (355) (330) (320) (285) (120) (90)
176 315 157 047

5412

617 (28) 77,2 (35)

(70) (80) (40) (12) R013, 1551 031 Lalgth (R325, 1654 (394) 14.96 1139 6.30 512 154 194 197 059 (420) 1641 (380) (340) (160) (130) (90) (100) (50) (15) 8L.-th) (410) 1280 1063 984 906 172 465 190 4.72 (325) (270) (250) (230) (450) (118) (99) 133 098 (120) 1158 1142) 1063 984 18.90 453 453 (110) (25) 5,91 (345) (290 (270) (250) (480) (115) (115) (150) 236 (60) 295 (75)

545 4016 (165)

118 544 (30)

106 (48) 220 (10) 243 (11) 617 (28) 772 (35)

Me 548

197 M6 (50)

2-P

3-N

3-N

079 00 .26 5412 546 (20) (0 65)

Drawing 1

E=0 059(1

15)

o J

0 +1

6-P

Drawing 2

VDE

STANDARD by

CONFORMING

INPUT NOISE FILTER

(bfanulactured

SosAln

Electric) Noise Attenuation Characteristics 100 90 80 70 I~'

200 to HP Q(wl 0.5 (0~4) 1 (0.751 2 N-5l 3 (2.21 5 (3.7) 7.5 (5 51

230V kVA 1A 2.1 27 4.1 69 10 3

Model 1iF9005A-DP FiF3010A-DP HF3010A-DP HF3015A-DP HF3IX30A-DP HF3040A-DP

Rated CIInent A 5 10 10 l5 30 40

Cede No FIL 000084 FIL000085 FIL000085 FIL 000086 FQ. 000088 FIL 0009

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A

Note For 200V class wlth an output of lOliP (7 5kW) or greater, for 400V, 575V class motors, contact your YASKAWA representaUve

MF3005A-DP HF3015A-0P ItF3020A-0P 1~3030A-0P INF3040A-DP

00000000

0 0 01 0 02 K t< .,

0 05

O1

02

OS

10

20 30

13.96 (35s)

l2 72 (~) K:,, ( ~)

14 96 (380)

11 22 C~`1)

472 (120)

3.b4 (90)

276 (70)

3 l5 (80)

IS7 (40)

047 (12)

8013, 09l Length (R3 25, 8 LetgN)

m0 Z6 065 ~~

M4

M4

tl8 (90)

WTERFERENCE FREQUENCY (MHz)

K: i ~ ~ 1g~0 } 90 (50)

~ it ~i ~~

M5 115

M4 M4

150 (50)

l~) 1~~

~~

Note See Drawing 1 on page 78

OUTPUT

NOISE FILTER Co ., Ltd .)

(Tohoku Metal Industries

200

to

230V ~~PA4V owpw wo19e ~ Rabd CurteM A LF-310KA LF-.410KA LF"310KA LF,410KA LF,420KA LF-350KA LF-350KA (F,950KA x 2P LF-350KA x 2P LF,350I(A x 2P
Contact your

Example of Cads No F7L 000068 F7L 000068 F7L 000068 F7L 000068 Fti 000069 FII . 000070 FIL 000070 F9.000070 ( x 2) FQ.000070 ( x 2) FII.000070 (x2) G

Noise Filter Connection

0.5 (0.41 1 (0.75) 2 (1 ~ 3 R21 5 (3.n 7.5 (5.~ 10 0 .51 15

1.4 2.1 2.7 4.1 6.9 11 .3 13 7 20.6 27A 34 41 b 130 460V k 1.4 21 2.7 a1 6.9 10 3 13 7 20.6 27.4 34 41 54 68 82 110 b 510

10 10 10 10 2D b0 50 100 100 100 YASiCAWA

DIMENSIONS A C E

in

inch

(mm)

F H

N1)

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CutPt4 NOise her Model LF,910KB LF~IOKB IF310KB 1F~loxs IF-310KB LF-320KB IF-320KB IF-335KB LF-335KB LF-345KB IF,975KB IF-375KB LF.3110KB LF3110KB
Contact your

Baled Current A 10 10 10 to 10 20
20

Code No FH.000071 FV.000071 FQ.000071 Fa,aoaml FII, 000071 FII, 000072 FH, 000072 F(L 000073 F0. 000073 FQ. 000074 F1L 000075 FQ. 000075 ~ . 000076 F7L 000076

Model W10KA ~F37AIlA f,F,150KA


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9 94 (100) 7a (180) 99+ aom 8.81 (L00) 8 91 (loo) 7 OB peo) 1B 90 (+em 18 90 (480)

D
9.34 (90)

6
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H
018 (045) o IB (04b) 018 (~+ 5) 0 18 (e15) 0 18 (mss) o 18 (.+s) O.Y6 (.s s) 0 25 (e6 s)

~ b
1.32 (08) 4 +1 (2.0) Il0 ro s) 182 ro61 1 76 roe) aa C1o) 46 46 (120) +2 99 pas)

~~+),
5 51 3 96 (l+0) (100) to u 7 99 (180) 384 (rao) 9 8a (100) 9 99 (lao) 7 08 10 ~ Ueo) (zso) 21 26 I2 60 (540) (3zo) 2128 1339 (s4o) (310) (460) 551 a+m 5 51 (140) SSI (1+0)

35 35 45 75 75 110 110

1F3151m
W7510<

IE-I(22 M6 1FrKx1 M6

(180) 9.54 roo~ 85+ (99) 9.54 (90) 5 90 pso) 11 81 (300) llbl Ono)

s3o

2 76 177 (70) (+~ + 7z zss (120) (65) 278 177 (7m (+5) 2 T6 177 (70) (45) 4 78 1 TJ (+s) l7~ 4 72 256 (120) (65) 1339 8 45 (31m (2ao) 19 ~ 9 45 (3+0) (zoo)

YA3KAWA rcpresentatlve 85

For 500 to 575V, contact your YASKAWA representative .

to440/110V covering 230V 460V DCF-6A, RV30YN 300V 600V }I VOLTMETER the (400/100V) TRANSFORMER 20S, 1 wu mA-Analog potentiometer Full-scale METER 2W-Adjusts 20kf-Corrects SETTING METER/AMMETER 50, (2 rOutput (Code M460Hz frequency MTG 118 (30) ADJUSTING (10) SCRBNS 5)00 No motor (Model 047 Voltmeter POTENTIOMETER frequency Meter VM000481) (Model indicating frequency forAdjusting instrument SCF-1 meter Code meter POTENTIOMETER by Drawing UPN-'15B) 2NH No reading and useCode VM000502, is Frequency of available for Rectification frequency No DIMENSIONS PT000084J 97 Setting 5 as 15197 Drilling an setting S1614W20151 039 option N (28) 1Plan type 10 13005) 76 1901 1701 (Attach class in to as inverter inch a (Type means setting 2 No terminal) (mm) Valu_e NPJT49564-9) of PLATE potentiometer CM-3S) SETTING adjusting TW12780 ETX002910 Code _ No POTENTIOMETER

FREQUENCY MODEL

~H FREQUENCY MODEL knob FREQUENCY MODEL

Res,stonce 20 20kP

. . 018(4 DIA 03910) DIP.

01(2

FREQUENCY KNOB Used frequency

n" OUTPUT 200 380 : :

Frequency . 04 n251 IDSII

N Potentiometer

.5) Transformer 039 (12) a1 0 1 ow : . : . SCALE . (Code 036

G'N1 POTENTIAL 15VA

Panel

M3 SCREW TERMINAL

1101.

NAMEPLATE

Mass: 5.11b

.3kg) 096 12512 354 4

86

ISOLATOR

(Insulation Type DC Transmission Converter) Performance


(1)

Allowance

(2) Temperature Influence (3) Aux. Power

Supply

(4)

Influence Load Resistance Influence

0 25% of output span (Ambient temp 23C (73 4F)) With 0 259 of output span (The value at 10C (50F) of ambient temp ) With 0.1 % of output span (The value at 106 of aux power supply .) With 0 .05% of output span (in the range of load resistance)

(5) (6) (7) (8)

Output Ri ple With 0 5%P-P of output span Response Time 0 5 sec or less (lime to settle to Withstand Voltage Insulation Resistance

19b of final steady value) 2000VAC for one min (between each terminal of input, output, power supply, and enclosure) 200 and above (by 500VDC megger) (between each terminal of input, output, power supply and enclosure)

Connecting Method
Description Output + Output 4 _5 6 _ _ 7
LOAD POWER SUPPLY

Product Line
Model DGP24-4 DGP2"4-8 DGP2-8-4 DGP2-3-4 DGP3-4-4 Input + Input Grounding Power supply DGP3-4-8 DGP3-0-4 DGP34- 4 i

Input Signal 00-

4 -- 20mA 0 - 5V 0 0 -

iov lov

Output Signal 00 4 - 20mA 0 - 10V

lov

Power Supply 100VAC 100VAC 100VAC 100VAC 200VAC 200VAC 200VAC 200VAC

Code No CON 000019 25 CON 000019 26 CON 000019 35 CON 000019 15 CON 000020 25 CON 000020 26 CON 000020 35 CON 000020 15

lov

4 -- 20mA 0 - 5V

lov lov

0 - lov 4 - 20inA 0 0 -

lov lov

Cable length

" 4 to 20mA : Within 100m " 0 to 10V: Within 50m

Adjuster's position or PC's varies due to models .

View of socket mounting


MAX 480 (122)

(Applicable to 0.5 to 3HP(0 .4 to 2.2kW) of 200 to 230V or 380 to 460V)

BACKUP CAPACITOR UNIT FOR MOMENTARY POWER LOSS


Use this unit for 3HP (2 .2kW) and below and to extend the inverters power loss ride-thru ability to 2 seconds. (Not required above 3HP 2 .2kW) e 200 to 230V Model P0010 BALK 111' a80 1 o 460V Model P0020 LAI'ALITOR 114(9(1) 378(96) IINI 1 M I' ~ JY Mt k It 0-00 F 1 1
LI (R)--`O *,IIl'1'I1
IY)wFR ~ ; L-( l--O

Connection with Inverter " Dimensions in inch (mm)

i l III/,A II? Ll (R) Ti nn


L9 (s) L3 (T)

)R

Tz (v)

T3 (W)(

Weight 4 41b(-'6i;1
n4U-H .

G (E) 4 11 2N6) DIA MTG SCREW

8 7

VS

SYSTEM

MODULE

(Power Supply Capacity:

sva

and below)

Name (Model) Configulation

Function

Application

VS-616G3

Soft Starter A ()GSM-04) Soft Starter B ()GSM-02)

~' .
she-3:Q

Linear acceleration/deceleration control provides smooth, uniform speed change during starting and stopping and during speed increase and decrease . Accel/decel time adjustable in 1 .5 to 30 sec with "A" and 5 to 90 sec with "B" .

MCCB POWER SUPPLY

MC

'- -' 1L1(R) TIM LZISI I

um

=OTOR

G(E)~

OPERATOR

F -~

I ~
, i L_J

f z3 4 o

ug0 220 V ~

_
11

15 TO 30 SEC FOR )GSM 01 5 TO 90 SEC FOR )GSM-02

L.--J

5 SETS OR LESS WHEN IN PARALLEL

13 w'17 -" , ~

FREQ

,0V

O>; k0

PF)F,

Ratio Setter A ()GSM-03)

` :_ ~ < :.,.. 7dQtt


X

t
6N9-3s ~

Converts the current signal 4 to 20mA of master setter JVOP-03* to voltage signal and sets five types of ratios and biases .
VF-S-616 3 ~ MG CCB~ MC MOTOR ~L1(R) . Tl o--nr~-~+ I 1 120 1~ G(Erl_l

rc : } I :

Ratio Setter B ()GSM-04)

_
f,
689-345

Transforms the frequency signal 0 to 2kHz of master setter JVOP-04* to voltage signal and sets five types of ratios and biases .

POWER
,

SU PLY {

h is 0 0 -0V
VS-616G3 L1(R) T1Mu 1.20 17M MOTOR IM

131 FREQ

220 V 201 1 234

Ratio Setter C ()GSM-'17)

.44~

Transforms master speed signals such as AC voltage s' signal (200VAC), AC tach-gen signal (30VAC) or DC voltage signal (10VDC) to DC voland biases .
tage . It can set five types of ratios

ad

131 FM OW~~1]J REF ~--1-412 0-10V

L-_~

L --~~i
)GSM 03

ml

)GSM 04 )GSM 17

5 SETS MAX CONNECTION POSSIBLE

~-_--

sxc_315

MCCi POWER SUDIPLY

VS-616G3 iiLI(R)TIM"IMP

TOR

1 $t

-~ Transforms frequency signal from AC Lath-gen to voltage signal and sets five types of ratios and.biases.

I
:Y

G(E)

Follower Ratio Setter


()GSM-05)

' :
F
68q-M 3

137 3 1F1 FREQ REF o-I6V V OR LI(R) TIM-I ::iL2151 ~ Lam G~~II
~i

VS-6110V 6G3

22ov 2 3 4- K
1

AC TACH GEN

~0

EDW,~

TREF .112 0- 10V I

_ _JGSM-05 5 SETS MAX CONNECTION POSSIBLE

Name (Model)

Configulation

Function

,o;

Application -1
,,

.GDANCER ROLLER

Position Controller
(JGSM-06)

'

w ~"

ry, <y : .
684-i55

Synchronizes displacement detector YVGC-500W* in proportion to rotary angle to permit change to DC voltage signal Signal mixing function to take out deviation signal is available

;SUPPLY{

PUWfR

MCCB MC
-~

=~~~TUR -I11~ TW

VS-61663

VV rsix

SETTING 7 wv~~
f

'

' u FREQ ~ , K l v

E 1~ 1

~'

11

13

JGSM-06 I
1,
='= "`

POWER

MCCB

MC

VS-61663
FLIIRI U(R) -

SUPPLY

H
r

.,. TIN),

PID

.x ,

Controller
(JGSM-07)

n } ;

Independently sets ratio gain, integral and differential time for the simple process control. Integral reset, stepless operation, and wind-up functions are available

OPERATOR (-c

REF )

z2"

GI E)

a 3 a -~ FREQ REF
-

12
JGSIAAT 01 POWER

689-3; SUPPLY SIGNAL INPUT PROCESS

PROCESS Of8m 4-2OrnA (FEEDBACK)

"' "

P s a .s lilt . .

POWER

MCCB MC -5-aA1_1

VS-61663
" L8R) it i

MOTOR T1M_

Preamplifier (JGSM-09t-~=l 1= ;)

; a

v,

y 689-550

Amplifies both the power of DC input signal and output of snap-in function modules JZSP-11 to 16* when inserted .

OPERATOR r__7

mov ZZUV --: 2 a_4 11 ----

G(E)

'3 Re _ 171 to 612 -~


40 SETS OR LESS AT PARALLEL JGSM 09

LGSM-09(MOQ

OPE SW I ._ _. a ..

SUPPLY ~

MCCB MC obi _ -

VS-61663 .U 1 -~_I G(E)~

TOR I

UPIDOWN

Setter (JGSM-40B) 68Q-333

Executes "UP" or "DOWN" command from remote control type VS operator model JVOP-10* b lower,ing or raising reference voltage. 1!

---------OPE__sw2 up OPE SW3


-L

, s __ zzov, . _ 'S =~ii~R L- ACCEL_ DECEL


JGSM-10B

VS

SY$TEM

MODULE

(Power Supp& Capacity: sva and below)

(Cont'd)

Name (Model) Configulation

Function

Application
VS-616G3
LIpt1 L16 --~ TIME TYIV)
G(E

PO"
OPERATOR

PLY

MCCB MC ~-M-+ ^'.'Mi

MOTOR 1M

Operational Amplifier
-: : :

"A

.=JT

# z 689-327

Required operational circuits are provided through a range of operational impedances .


(

I
) _ ;

. 220.

_
Q~', ~'13 FREQ REF 1~~-'171 0_n 12 L--

10

JGSM-12

0 I WHEN USING ADDER SUBTRACTOR aRCUm

Signal Selector A (JGSM-43)

'

Consists of power supply circuit and two relay circuits. Used as a selector circuit of control signals.

POWER SUPPLY {

MMC_CB MC `Mi

VS-616G3
, LIRI TIM LIN MLin G

MOTOR -'i

689-329

JGSM-u w1 IRE

JGSM_-n IE

Signal Selector B (JGTM-14)

qr ` (

$
y x

s`
x

#}
: 669-341

Contains three relay circuits. Used as a selector circuitof control signals Power supply from model JGSM-13.

hs] lGSM-7 ARE "

1~

~ .
Q !

'

'

'

JGSM-13 12

L-_J

a.

ComPorator
(JGSM-4St:_:)

Compares DC voltage, current, AC tachgen, frequency, or reference signals with two preset levels. It drives relays and output contact signal (1 NO, NC contact )

4-20mA

"l

r--_-_
EI/V

WIIPARATOR1

I;

n ~'-" "~
_ 2

!n

RMTRi~

669-33S

'r SUPLYS mov l .4


JGSM-15 13 (WHEN USING IN CDNVERIERI

E "'
,

~ __ ; s-

211E

.
- '.
- J1

HIGH

MCCB

MC

Vll Converter (JGSM-16f'i-ir-+,)

%,

Converts DC voltage input signal to current signal of 4 to 20mA which can be connected to instrument . Insertion of snap-inmodule can determine input sigpals such as frequency or tach-gen .

SUPPLY OPERATOR ~~ .~ ~ 2--= f 34 ~ '


6

VS-616G3 L1~ T4xMOTOR

' in T' G I I
I---L.12 2

vii
b

FREC 171 REF

689-337

JGSM 16M

Name (Model)

Contigulation

Function
P"AR
"

Application
Mcce Mc
y

-..^J

D/A

Converter (JGSM-4 8) (JGSM-49)

'`
` 689-387

Converts BCD 3-digit or 12 bits binary digital signals to 0 to 10V analog signals with high accuracy . Model JGSM-18: BCD 3-digit input type Model JGSM-19: 12 bits binary type

i;'C. ~ z 3 ' 14
x 5

zaov

40

1
V

VS-616G3 LIW T0718 Lxn

ii41I

<

z, Wie { z; .
z;

17 I!

Z"

~M11 .

JGSM-19 JGSM-21

Static Potentiometer (JGSM-24) (DIA Converter) (JGSM-22) (Controller)

'~ - `-7 . <

In addition to the functions of model JGSM-10B (remote setting device), wide application is offered through the command value maintenance function at power failure, the varlable acceleration/deceleration function that allows external setting times, and the analog tracking function . The two syetem modules must always be used together to configure the static potentiometer .

UP
IIOIDU/U FAST

1
13
11 " 15

+z+v
"

;
~5`~ E ,

Iu
9.~

u~R

LOWER l1MR
}

rArm-

_-

FREQ REF

o-

'L -- ~ : o
TOTER1011ALS ACCEL 6
+ 15

'
m
wi

` '" slcrln~' '


pBNIT~

OWE ,

wrrlx{

JGSM-22

* Available as Yaskawa standard . t Shows model of VS snap-in function modules . + E:E :Indicates model of impedance. # Both 200/220V at 50Hz and at 60Hz are available as standard . Use a transformer for other power supplies .

" VS Snap in Module List


Application Name Model

" VS System Module Dimensions

in inch (mm) 2-0 1914 S) DIA MTG HOLES

Short-circuit of mounting connector of VS snap in module Buffer accelldecel operation operation by signal of either process adjusting meter or VS operator JVOP-03. Operation by signal of VS operator JVOP-04 Sequence operation with main unit Adding/subtracting operation of each signal

Short-circuit PC board Soft starter IN converter F/V converter Tach- ene follower Signal mixer

JZSP-00 JZSP-12 JZSP-13 JZSP-14 JZSP- 15 JZSP-160 0 JZSP-16-01 JZSP-16-02 JZSP-16-03

138(351 197150) Approx Weight 181b (0 8 kg)

60% ED (OR 40MIN ) A standard motor driven by the inverter generates slightly less power than it does when it is driven with commercial power supply. Also, the cooling effect deteriorates in low speed range so that the motor temperature rise increases . Reduce load torque in the low speed range . Allowa ble load characteristics of the standard motor are shown in the figure . If 100 continuous torque is required in the low speed range, use an inverter duty mo3 6 20 60 FREQUENCE(HO tor. (Seepage 93.) Allowable Load Characteristics

Application to Existing Standard Motors

NOTES ON APPLICATION OF MOTORS


25 i EMOR 15MIN )

40% ED (OR 20MIN )

" High speed operation " Torque characteristics

of the Standard Motor

When the motor is used above 60Hz, motor mechanical design should be verified . Contact your motor mfg. Motor torque characteristics vary when the motor is driven by an inverter instead of commercial power supply . Check the load torque characteristics of the machine to be connected . (For torque characteristics for inverter operation, see page 93 .)

" Vibrations

Because of the high carrier modulation technique for PWM control, the VS-616G3 series reduces motor vibratoin to a level equal to running with a commercial power supply. Larger vibrations may occur under the following conditions : (1) Response at resonant frequency of the mechanical system . Special care is required if a machine which has previously been driven at a constant speed, is to be driven at varying speeds. Installation of anti-vibration rubber padding under the motor base and frequency jump control are recommended. Special care is required for operation at 60 Hz or higher frequencies . At above rated speed (60 Hz),

(2) Rotator residual imbalance " Noise

Inverter operation is as quiet as operation with commercial power supply. noise may increase by motor cooling fan .

Application to Special Purpose Motors


Motors with Brakes Pole Change Motors Submersible Motors Explosion-proof Motors Geared Motors Single-phase Motors
Use brake-equipped motors with an independent power supply Connect the brake power supply to the inverter primary side . When the brake operates (the motor stops) it turns the inverter output OFF Some types of brakes may make abnormal sounds in low speed range. Select the inverter with a capacity exceeding the rated current of each pole . Pole change should be made only after the motor stops. If a pole is changed while the motor is rotating, the regenerative overvoltage or overcurrent protection circuit is activated and the motor coasts to a stop . Since the rated current of underwater motors is large compared with general purpose motors, select an inverter with a larger capacity. If the wire length between the inverter and the motor is large, use cables with sufficiently large diameter . Explosion-proof motors which are applied to an inverter must be currently approved as explosionproof equipment. The inverter is not explosion-proof and should not be located where explosive gases exist. Lubrication method and continuous rotation limit differ with manufacturers. employed, continuous operation only in low speed range may cause burnout. motor at more than 60Hz you should consult the motor manufacturer . When oil lubrication is Before operating the

Single-phase motors are not suitable for variable speed operation with an inverter If the inverter is applied to a motor using a capacitor stack, a high harmonic current flows and the capacitor may be damaged For split-phase start motors and repulsion start motors, the internal centrifugal switch will not be actuated and the starting coil may be burned out Therefore, use only 3-phase motors

When gear boxes and change/reduction gears lubricated with oil are used in power transmission systems, continuous low speed operation decreases the oil lubrication function. Also, operation at more than 60Hz may result in noise, reduced life, etc .

Power Transmission Mechanism (Gear Reduction, Belt, Chain, etc.)

92

MOTOR OUTPUT TORQUE CHARACTERISTICS


Application example with 20HP (15 kW), 4-pole motor and CIMR-G3 !_-_-1'-2015 inverter
Examples of Standard Motor Combination Characteristics
The output torque of an induction motor driven by the inverter depends on the motor type . Select a motor according to the driven machine' ., load requirements.

Examples of Inverter Duty Motor Characteristics

155 140

60 SEC SHORT-TIME

I I-

TORQUE (/) 100 80 55 38 , ,

20 60 120 OPERATION FREQUENCY(Hz)

0.

60 1,0 OPERATION FREQUENCY(Hz)

(Vlf for 60Hz, 220V Input Voltage)

Base Frequency 60 Hz

(Vlf for 60Hz, 220V Input Voltage)

Base Frequency 60 Hz

140 130 TORQUE %) 100 85 68 45 35

60 SEC~ SHORT-TIME

CONTINUOUS RATING

~C_1==1==1_J
3 20 50 120 OPERATION FREQUENCY(Hz) 5 50 120 OPERATION FREQUENCY(Hz)

(Vlf for 60Hz, 200V Input Voltage)

Base Frequency 50 Hz

(Vlf for 60Hz, 200V Input Voltage)

Base Frequency 50 Hz

Motor Protection with Electronics Thermal Overload


Motor thermal characteristics as a function of operating frequency are simulated to protect the motor at any speed.
OUTPUT VOLTAGE (V)

" Standard Vlf Characteristics (for 501-14 (for 601-14


200 220 OUTPUT VOLTAGE (V)

TIME(t)

0 LI1121ZI :N I (A)

50

Il0

60

120

OPERATION FREQUENCY (Hz)

OPERATION FREQUENCY (Hz)

93

STANDARD INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM


With Digital Operator
System Constant NO

indicates shielded leads and

twisted-pair shielded leads 2 External terminal a5 of + 15V has maximum output current capacity of 20mA 3 . Either external terminal 3 or can be used 4 . Terminal symbols: shows main circuit ; shows control circuit

System Constant Setting (Standard Setting at Factory Shipment)


4th dlga 3rd dqpt 2nd dot

Data

1st dqpt

BRAKING RESISTOR UNIT (Sn-10, 2nd digit - 1) (OPTION) I Install MC on input, (d braking module is used)

MCCEI POWERSUPPLY 3-PHASE 7 .00/206I220V LI(R)~~ Li (R) 1.2 (S) L3 (71

MOTOR

50HZ,

L2 (S)--O 2Oa20e .W23oV, L3 IT) ~o 6"

RESET OUTPUT

21 22 (12)
',

ji

~.,

FRED METER ADJUSTING POTENTIOMETER RV30YN 20SO 1 MULTI FUNCTION ANALOG I OUTPUT I STANDARD I I FREOUNC SE T NG `M~'J `0TO+10V

201dt

''y' FREO METER (3VDC

1mA)

SEOUENCE OW TERMINAL COMMON SHIELD SHEATH

I 1g FAULT CONTACT OUTPUT /250VAC 1 A andbelow k30VOC1A and below )

14 16 17

MASTER REFERENCE <-20dnA QSOOI o-avmnl 1Msne~


SNIT

r"la ~ ~

m a

_- g 10

nv

MULTI-FUNCTION CONTACT OUTPUT 1250VAC,1 Aandbelow) `30VOC,1 A and below 'SIGNAL DURING RUN' SETTINGAT FACTORY SHIPMENT

MULTIFUNCTION OPEN COLLECTOR OUTPUT 48V 50mA or less

5. The multi-function output is for the exclusive use of indicators, and is not for the control system (e .g . feedback control) For the control system, mount an optional analog monitor card (AO-08 or AO-12) 6. The inverters of max . applicable motor output 200V 40HP (30W) or more and 400V 75HP (55kW) or more have a control power input and a cooling fan power input (f 1-f 2) . For details, see page 64 .

With Transistor (Open Collector) Operation


System Constant Setting
System Constant NO 4th digit 3rd digit 2nd digit

Data

1st dlglt

MCCEI POWER SUPPLY 3-PHASE 2Q208'22DV, SO 0(R)~~ La(S)_,_^ . ~~ V L3 IT) LI (R) 12ts) L3 (T)

-0

VS-61 6G3

Ti (U)1 T2 T3

MOTOR

(40-j --m e ~

C (E) FORNAROOPERAT&r STOP COMMAND -p REARSE OPERA STOPCOMMANDT EXTERNAL FAULT INPUT FAULT RESET -O 1 I I -'O FW FORWARDOPERATION AT INPUT HOLD REVERSE OPERATION AT INPUT HOLD FRED METER AD.IUSTING POTENTIOMETER RV30YN 20SB 20k4 21 ANALOG OUTPUT 6 7 B. 18 SEQUENCE COMMON TERMIN ov1 SHIE D SHEATH CONNECTION TERMINAL c ii (12) i

i
1 I

I I

3 RESEi~

(23_ _I

STANDARD FUNCTIONS PRESET AT FACTORY

~-0 SPEED P EfTNG OONMNO 1 AlAL QWIGE)-0 WILTIMEP SPEED SETTING CON4ANDZ _O JOGFAFERENCE COASTWG STOP COMMAND Transistor Operatron ON (Current sink state) at closed contact

I I I ' I MULTIFUNCTION CONTACT INPUT

I I i-{FMr+~ M I `~

MULTI-FUNCTION ANALOG OUTPUT STANDARD OUTPUT (FREQUENCY SETTING \0 TO +10V J

FRED METER (3VDC 1rnA)

12 2kQ

19 --

FAULTCONTACT OUTPUT t250VAC, 1 A and (below\ k30VDC, 1A and below

EXTERNAL FREQUENCY REFERENCE

2kQ

0-+10V

15 POWEP SUPPLY FOR SPEEDSETTING +TSV iOmA 13 MASTER REFERENCE D-10V 12M MASTER REFERENCE 4 4-2De4kQSDTD 16 MW 17 OV

10

NAn1E4IEi9Oll w:ImANOiwstTTWs

A. FACraRrsNrMENr

MULTI-FUNCTION CONTACT OUTPUT (25DVAC 1 Aand below) DVDC 1A and below 3 'SIGNAL DURING RUNSETTING AT FACTORY SHIPMENT

KI `ii64 i

YULTHFUNCTION OUTPUT T STANDiNID SAO OyTp1Al We= MOLT-FUNCTION OPEN COLLECTOR OUTPUT 40 SOmA aMs

1141
11

-- 2 STANDARD SETTING 6 'SPEED AGREEDSRsNALMULTIFUNCTION OUTPUT COMMON

With Contact Output, Open Collector Output

MCCEI THREE-PHASE. LI (R)-----O 380/400/415/ L2 (S) ~0 400/460V, 50/60Hz L, m..~rD 0 O

)1'a

82 MOTOR TI`~' T2(V) T3 (W C (E)

~ ; VS-616G3
(T) 4Mua 41V4=9UV COOLING FAN "~

FORWARD RUN/STOP REVERSE RUN/STOP

FORWARD OPERATION AT INPUT HOLD

FRED METER ADJUSTING POTENTIOMETER RV3OYN 20SB 201Q ANAL OUTP T I- 4-M-n MULTI "FUNCTION ANALOG I OUTPUT ; ' I STANDARD OUTPUT (FREOUENCYSETTING ~ 0 TO +1OV FRED METER (3VDC I MA) PLC

FAULT RESET MASTER/AUX CHANGE STANDARD FUNCTIONS PRESET AT FACTORY MULMTEP SPEED SETTING JOG COMMAND EXTERNAL COASTING STOP

09

22 (12)

1 e

RESET

MULTIFUNCTION CONTACT INPUT cE1 8 e,11 SEQUENCE COMMON TERMINAL IM SHIELD SHEATH CONNECTION TERMINAL

' 18 ' 19 20 FAULT CONTACT OUTPUT 250VAC 1 A OR LESS 30VDC 1A OR LESS

SURGE ABSORBER

I 1 1 I LI 1

200VAC

O 2k 0 I I 1

2
yF

2k Q EXTERNAL FRECKJENCY REFERENCE

I I . FREE WHEEL DIOE

FREE WHEEL DIODE EE WHEEL

RrO.b3f~"f.6 " _ (v~eo,u~osaw

Backup Capacitor for Momentary Power loss

class-4.4 WA and below 4400V class-4.1kVA and below

FWD REV

RESET

With VS Operator Models JVOP - 95 [_], - 96

REVERSE RUN REFERENCE EXTERNAL FAULTINPUT FAULT RESET

LEAD ,,,T SHIELDED CONNECTION TERMINAL MASTER FRED REFERENCE0 TO IOV MASTER FRED REFERENCE 4 TO 20MA AUX FRED REFERENCE 0TO 10V OV

ov)

SEQUENCE COMMON TERMINAL

POWER SUPPLY FOR SPEED1+15V1

MULT-FUNCTION CONTACT OUTPUT ., ~s set OUR, DURING ( RUNNING )

MULTIFUNCTION OPEN COLLECTOR OUTPUT 48V 50mA or less

With Power Supply Magnetic Contactor (MC)


System Constant Setting
System Constant NO 4th digit Data 3rd digit 2nd digit 1st digit

Sit - uY

u~

Frequency reference selection 0: Set by frequency setting resistor 1 : Set value of digital operator (An-01) MC BI/()
1,1 (R)

L14~

TI

B2
T,

9--1M-*~+ LZ(S)

VS-616G3

MOTOR

T=M T a (W)

NOTE 4

FORWARD RUN REFERENCE REVERSE RUN REFERENCE EXTERNAL FAULT INPUT FAULT RESET MULTIFUNCTION CONTACTINPUT Temmel (5) funcbon (Is .,et to MASTER/ FAUX switch

SHIELDED LEAD CONNECTION TERMINAL POWER SUPPLY FOR SPEED(, 15V) MASTS R FRED REFERENCE 0 TO 10V MASTS R FRED REFERENCE 4 TO 20MA
MULWUNCTION ANALOC Pe'UT 0-10110018) 'AUX FRED. REFERENCE AS STANDARD SETTING OV ATFACTOItTSHIPRIENT

21
1

MULTI":UNCTION ANALOG OUTPUT OUTPUT FRED (SETTING

MULTIFUNCTION OUTPUT OPEN COLLECTOR 48V SOMA and below

Notes I Braking is not activated at deceleration stop It coasts to a stop 2. Use MC or MCX of delay release type for restart operation after momentary power loss 3. Frequency setting resistor is not required for the use of digital operator's set value as frequency reference 4 Turn off the switch after motor completely stops

With Braking Resistor Unit


OVERLOAD RELAY TRIP CONTACT Used sequencer to break paver supply side overload relay trip contact MCCB POWER SUPPLY L 2(S) ~p 200 TO 230V, 50/60Hz 3 0LN (R) "-o C)-M' Y (R)

on

BRAKING RESISTOR (Sri-10, 2nd digit= 1) UNIT

L M..~0
THRX

4L. fr)VS-616G :3 T2M


2LN

e/BI/a)

Et

MOTOR

Z1

MC

T, (W) C (E)

BRAKING -_~RESISTOR UNIT OVERLOAD RELAY TRIP CONTACT THRX I

L-_-2j
MC ITRX >: I21 FRED METER ADJUSTING POTENTIOMETER RV30YN 20SB 201Q)

TRX

ANALOG OUTPI]

22

`1=' `T

` Ji

MULThFUNCT IONANALOG OUTPUT (STANDAROOUTPUT \ FREOUENCY SETTING

~ :fD - FORWARD RUN/STOP REVERSE RUN/STOP

FAULTCONTACT -" ! 1 1 I I 1 I 1 I I I 1 I i 1 1 j I 1 1 11 SEQUENCE COMMON " TERMINAL rot 5 MULTIFUNCTION CONTACTINPUT I 11I 1 1 1 j , RESET FORWARDOPERATION AT INPUT HOLD REVERSE REV OPERATION AT INPUT HOLD

(12)
H 19 20

FRED METER (3VDC 1 mA)

Me

18

EXTERNAL FAULT FAULT RESET MASTER/AUX CHANGE STANOARO FUNCTIONS PRESET AT FACTORY MULTFSTEP SPEED SETTNG JOG COMMAND EXTERNAL COASTING STOP

FAULT CONTACT OUTPUT 250VAC 1A OR LESS 30VDC 1 AOR LESS

-9 30

MULTIFUNCTION CONTACT OUTPUT 250VAC 1 AOR LESS 30VDC to OR S DURING LES(IGNA R U N SETTINGAT FACTORY)

S~TH 12 ACT
TERMINAL

2k Q Q

YgXTFPUNCTIONOUTPuT N STANDAIro SETTM (zEROSPEDSI aNAI~ MULTI-FUNCTION OPEN COLLECTOR OUTPUT 48VSOmA aless MuLnfuNCTnNOUTPUT2 STANDARDSETTING IS \ 'SPEED AGREED SIGNAL'1 rij MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT COMMON

9. 1

1 I 1

I I 1 I-

2k EXTERNAL FREQUENCY REFERENCE

"

0 TO +10V

15 PDRERRMYFOR SPEEDSETTW +ISV IOnu EIENCE 13 T~~ni , 14 16 MASTER Nt1 Ia WJLTWUNCTM ANALMOG1N

/S A w "~ 17 `AT (AT FACTORYSMPMENT

OV

~o~~

* Turn off the switch after motor completely stops

With Isolator

MCCB
POWER SUPPLY Lm (S) "~ .~ 200 TO 230V 50/60Hz L,
L100

Li (R) L=(S) La M

O
REV RESET

BRAKING RESISTOR UNIT (OPTIONAL) (Sn-10, 2nd digit= 1)

B1/O+

B2
T,
M

MOTOR

VS-616;G3

T. M T, (W) C (E)

FORWARD RUN/STOP REVERSE RUN/STOP EXTERNAL FAULT FAULT RESET MASTER/Aux CHANGE

~-~-~ i

FORWARD OPERATION AT INPUT HOLD REVERSE OPERATION AT INPUT HOLD

`'~i 1
.,

I ,

18 9
FAULT CONTACT OUTPUT 250VAC 1 A OR LESS 30VDC 1A OR LESS

FUNC TION
FACTORY

STANDARD

MULTI-STEP SPEED SETTING COMMAND EXTERNAL COASTING

I ' 1

1 I I

4
5

STOP

0--~ , 1

MULTI-FUNCTION CONTACTINPUT

a 11 a. 0 12
15

SEQUENCE COMMON TERMINAL IN

MULTIFUNCTION CONTACT OUTPUT 250VAC 1A OR LESS 30VOC 1 A OR LESS (SIGNAL DURING RUN SETTING AT FACTORYI

ISOLATOR

SHIELD SHEATH CONNECTION TERMINAL POWER SUPPLY FOR SPEED SETTING +15V 2D.A MASTER REFERENCE 0-10v awl MASTER REFERENCE

MULTWUNCTION OUTPUT I STANOMD SETTYIG~ ~'2ERO SPEED= MULTI-FUNCTION OPEN COLLECTOR OUTPUT 48V 501nA a less -- 2 sPEEDAGREsIGNAI

DGP 3-8-4

~ 4 4-ZOmA ,,

13

1 / III 4-20 mA/ 1 0-10V 2 " 1 I L 7 8 6

I 1

'34

'16 '17
OV

MULTIFUNCTION OUTPUT COMMON

Aux FRIO . RIFERBICE ~AT

ISOLATOR DGP 3-4-8

ANALOW

OUTPUT

2
0_10v

'

4-20mA

200-220VAC r --_~S -~

~7r

/4-20mA ;

APPLICATIONS

FANS AND BLOWERS (CONTRIBUTES TO ENER(lY-SAVING AND OPERATION)

POWER SUPPLY

Example of Using the Inverter with Air Scrubber


rPossible to change COMMERCIAL/INVERTERwithout stopping motor

0 00 aM oao

Customer's Request Function and Parameter Setting wants to Operate Using Operation signal selection Sn-04 - x x 00 External Terminals Wants Speed Search Multi-functIon input Sn-15 to Sn-18 = 61 Function

procedure selection Wants Coast to Stop Stop Sn-04 -01xx


SIGNAL DURING

; Operation even it

FM MISSINGN

Automatic continuous operation mode when command is Failure Occurs In missing Sn-04 = 1 x x x Frequency ComCommand-missing signal manding Equipment. Sn-20 to Sn-22 - OC
Wants to Continue

Details of the Commercial/Inverter Selector Circuit


Application example Customer's Request Applicable VS-61663 Function Function and Parameter Setting

Wants to switch commercial power supply and inverter drive without stopping the motor. Use the speed search operation Needs inverter start from coasting stop status . Is it possible without stopping the motor? Wants to energy at sin vy oad is ofheavy low-speed Apply the variable load V/f operation Apply the stall prevention Wants to avoid overload tripping function during-running Dust-collecting to blower, fan for Wants continue operation even Select the instantaneous outage when momentary power loss not boilers reset and restart mode longer than 2 seconds occurs . command is missing quency commanding equipment. Wants to monitor output power. '11im the monitor to the output power indication Use the frequency command Needs r/min lower limit for lubrilower limit cating the decelerator bearing Wants to avoid mechanical resonance The resonance point will be (passed, and continuous opera-) tiOn is eliminated at this point.

Multi-function input Sn-15 to Sn-18 = 61 or 62 V/f selection Sn-02 = 05 During-operation stall level change Cn-30 = 30 to 20046 Momentary power loss protection Sn-11 = x 1 x x Sn-06 = 1 x x x, Sn-20 to 22 = OC Monitor display Un-06 Frequency command lower limit Cn-15 = 0 to 109%

Fan for cooling Wants to continue operation even if Select the automatic continuous Operating signal selection when frequency towers a failure occures in higher-order fre- operation mode when frequency command is missing

Use the preset frequency band Preset prohibited frequency prohibition function (frequency Cn-16 to 18 = 0 to 400Hz jump control) . Up to 3 frequenPreset prohibited frequency range cies prohibited. Cn-19 = 0 to 25 .5Hz Use the retry function Retry count Cn-36 = 0 to 10 times

Wants to prevent machine stop caused by inverter tnpping

102

PUMP (STABILITY MAKES AUTOMATIC CONTROL EASY)


VS-616 G 3

MACHINE OPERATING . PANEL

I I

Ll T1 0 L2 Rsi 77 V AUTO/MANUAL - " L3 13 11)~ SWITCH SUB S MANUAL COMMAND 0_10V AUTO COMMAND ' 4=20mA -~

U1

rrr

Block Dragram of Application to ChemicalFeeding Pump


MCCB Ll (R) __6O-M POWER L2 (S)A-3 3' SUPPLY VS-616G3

om

Customer's Request Wants to Operate Using external Terminals Wants 420mA signal Fine Control

Function and Parameter Setting Operation signal selection Sn-04 = x x 00 Frequency command gain bn-05 = 0% to 100% Frequency command bias bn-06 = -100% to 100% Wants a Meter that Indi- Channel i output Sn-28 = x x 00 cater Output Frequency Channel 2 output Sn-28 = 01 x x

Manual/Auto Switch Circuit


Application Customer's Request Applicable VS-646G3 Function Function and Parameter Setting Motor rated slip . bn-08 - 0 to 9 .956, Motor rated current - Cn-09 - 10 to 200A Motor no-load current Cn-34 = 0 to 99%, Slip correction primary lag time Cn-35 = 0 to 25 5s Master/Aux . switching Sn-15 to 18 = 03 Output selection function Sn-28 = x x 00 Run signal selection Sn-04 Frequency reference lower limit Cn-15 - 0 to 109% Speed search function selection Sn-15 to 18 -61 or 62 Momentary power loss protection Sn-11 = x 1 x x
x x 00

ChemicalFeeding Pump

Wants to save energy since the load is not Use torque compensation function heavy at low-speed operation Bn-07=1 0 Increment up/down in units of 0.1 and check current. Wants to have Manual/Auto switching function. Needs an ammeter for monitoring load conditions Wants to drive the pump directly using 4-20mA signal Wants a function which can maintain minimum speed . Wants to min the system using the commercial power supply when an emergency occurs, then return to inverter Use the Master/Aux. switching function Two toggle switches do the job Use an F-I motor (option) Use external terminals (14) and (17) Use the lower-lunit of the reference frequency Use a selector circuit together with the speed search function to restart turrung motor Use the continuous operation function which can compensate for a momentary power loss within two seconds Use a toggle switch for selecting the start and stop of operations Read signals directly sent from the waterlevel adjusting unit (4 to 20 mA) Use the lower-limit of the frequency reference

Warm/Cold Water Circulation Pump

Wants a function which can keep the systern working without resetting it even when a momentary power loss occurs

Discharge Pump

Wants to keep a constant water level inside a tank using a water gauge Wants to keep the motor rpm above the minimum because if the rpm is too low, water flows in the reverse direction

Run signal selection

Sn-04 -

x x 00

Frequency ref lower limit Cn-15 - 0 to 109%

103

CONVEYOR AND LIFTER (Improves Safety and Enables Optimum Operation Setting)

Block Diagram of Application to Shuttle Conveyor


POWER 13X SUPPLY _-~ VS-616 G_3 L1 (R) L2 (S) L3 (T)

MECHANICAL BRAKE

DIGITAL OPERATOR TM ----(I M) MOTOR C1 (V I 00 000 BRAKING 000 i~YOO B 1 0-~ REGISTOR UNIT

For Application to Conveyor


Application Customer's Request

J
i

Customer's Request Function and Parameter Setting Wants to Operate Using Operation signal selection external Terminals Sn-04 = x x 00 Wants to Set Multi- Multi-step setting Step Speed An-03 - 0 to 400Hz Operation An-04 - 0 to 400Hz Wants the Braking Frequency detection signal Sn-20 - 05 Signal -

Cn-21

0 to 400Hz

Applicable VS-646G3 Function

Function and Parameter Setting

Wants to increase precision of positioning stop .


Shuffle Conveyor

Control the braking motor using contact output from terminals 9 and 10 . Run at lower speeds .

Operating signal selection Slip prevention

Sn-04 - x x 0 x, Sn-20 - 05, Cn-21 = 0 to 400Hz

Torque compensation gam bn-07 = 0 to 9 9

Wants to perform two-step speed operation Wants smooth accel/decel time Wants to vary accel/decel time . Wants to select stop procedure according to degree of emergency Wants to increase starting torque (with a constant-torque motor) . Wants to drive more than one motor with a single inverter . Wants a simple slip compensation function Wants to use the non-excitation operating type braking motor.

Use the multi-step speed function . An101 to 04= Ot to 400Hz Apply non-linear accel/decel Operating signal selectan Sn-06 = x x OIJ selection Use the acceUdecel time setting function . Select stop procedures . Use the standard-equipped automatic torque boosting, function . The function is provided . Accel/decel time switching Sn-15 to 18 = 07 External fault Sn-15 to 18 = 20 to 5F Torque compensation gain bn-07 = 0 to 9.9 -

Raw Material Input Conveyor Steel Pipe Conveyor

Litter

Check the motor generation torque Over torque detection Sn-07 = x x x 1 by the excess torque detection Over torque detection level Cn-26 = 30 to 200% function . Over torque detection time Cn-27 = 0 to 25 .55 Use the free V/f setting function to V/f selection Sn-02 = OF turn the motor without excess Free V/f setting Cn-02 to 08 = Setting excitation .

104

LATH (Improves Accel/Decel Speed Performance)


VS-616G3 POWER oaf SUPPLY LI fL2S L3 T TI ~U~ T3 (W) MAIN AXIS j AXIS MOTOR BALL SCREW4
~ 1 I

EQUIPMENT

'
OPERATING SIGNAL STATUS SIGNAL ZERO SPEED
SPEED AGREED

RESISTOR

'
1

TURRET Z AXIS MOTOR

vr~

SPEED CONTROLLER FREQUENCY


1 : 41

'1D

OPERATION PERFORh0 l DIGITAL INPUT COMMAND

M i

BALLSCREW7 COUPLING

'

tea

TIP

1 .1 .

Block Diagram of Application to CNC Lathe

Customer's Request Wants to Operate Using Digital Command. Wants a Cutter Edge Abrasion Detection function . Needs a Speed Agreed Signal

DI-08 (option)

Function and Parameter

Selling

Over torque detection Sn-07 = x x x 1 Over torque detection level Cn-26 = 30% to 200% Over torque detection time Cn-27 = 0 to 25 5 seconds Multi-function output Sn-20 to Sn-22 = OB Frequency agreed signal Sn-20 to Sn-22 = 02

Interface Circuit to NC

Application

Customer's Request

Needs a large constant-output range. Wants the cutting loss detection function .
CNC Lathe

Use the winding selection motor Apply the over torque detection function .

Applicable VS-616G3 Function

Wants to turn motor with digital input

Use the digital speed command equipment Apply the zero-speed function.

Wants to interface to NC.

Apply the speed agreed function . Apply the over torque detection function (Cutting loss)

Over torque detection Sn-07 = 0001 Over torque detection level Cn-26 = 306 to 2006 Over torque detection time Cn-27 = 0 to 25 .5 seconds Multi-function output Sn-20 to Sn-22 - OB Connect DI-08. Frequency command setting mode Sn-26 = select Mult function output Sn-20-to Sn-22 = O1 Multi-function output Sn-20 to Sn-22 = OB Energy-saving operation Sn-15 to Sn-18 = 63 bn-9 = 0% to 20086 Multi-function output Sn-20 to Sn-22 = 02

Option

Function and Parameter Setting

Super Highprecision lathe

Wants to reduce vibration

Apply the energy-saving mode .

105

Inverter Capacity Selection


Inverter Capacity Check Points
Classification Item Related specification Time Over bad Starhng s"' m " '; ;;a ratings Capacty torque Friction load and weight load Liquid (viscous) load Load type inertia load Load with power transmission and accumulation Constant torque Load speed Constant output Load and torque Decreasing torque characteristics characteristics Motoring Braking or overhauling load Constant load Load Shock load characteristics Repetitive load High-start torque Low-start torque Continuous operation Operation Long-time operation at medium or low speeds Short-time operation Maximum required output (instantaneous) Rated output Constant output (continuous) Maximum r/min Rated rlmin Rated r/min Power supply transformer capacity percentage impedance Voltage fluctuations Power Supply Number of phases, single phase protection Frequency Deterioration of load Mechanical friction, losses in wiring Capacity due to age Duty cycle modification O O

O O O

O O

O O + -0

O O

Inverter Capacity Required for Continuous Operation


Item Required output for the load within the allowable range ? Motor ca the inverter ratings ? rn Current within the Inverter ratings ? k x ~x Calculation formula k x PM x cos0
x IM x 10 - ;

Inverter capacity [kVA]

VM

:5 Inverter capacity [kVA]

k x IM

< Inverter capacity [A]

Inverter Capacity Required for Group Drive


Item Starting requirements are within the inverter capacity ? Current within the inverter capacity ? Motoracceleration of t manrle a less k x PM x Cos 0 a Al Calculation formula with overload capacity of 15096 for I minute k x PM 17 x Cos Motor acceleration of 1 minute or more ( nT + n, (k~ - 1) ]
( nT + n., (k,; - 1 I

Symbols
Motor efficiency (normally, approx. 0.85) cos 0 , Motor power factor (normally, approx. 0.8) VM , Motor voltage [v] I M ; Motor current [A] (current with commercial power supply) k ; Correction factor calculated from current distortion factor (105 to 11, depending on thePWM method ) PC ; Continuous capacity [kVA] ks , Motor starting current/motor rated current nT, Number of motor; in parallel ns , Number of simultaneously started motors (GD') , Total (GDZ) reflected into motor shaft (kg mZ) Ti ; Load torque (N m) LA ; Motor acceleration tune in J ; Total (GO) reflected into motor shaft (kg Z)
PM , Motor shaft output required for the load [kW]

1 +n

PC ( 1 + n, (k, x 1) Inverter capacity [kVA] nT x IM

< 1 5 x Inverter capacity [kVA] nT x


IM ( 1 +

n,
FIT

(k,

1)

n., 1 + nT (k, - 1)

1 5 x Inverter capacity [A]

5 Inverter capacity [kVA]

Inverter Capacity Required for Starting


Item Told dadmg capaaty wibin the irneder Capadty? Calculation formula [tA < 60s] N _Ti, 4J 9 8 + 375 x to k x N 973 x n x cos# 15 x Inverter capacity [kVA]

FORMULA for Calculating Motor Capacity Rotary motion


T9

Line-or motion (Horizontal motion)


NII

NM

"

Po

n TI " NQ
WKe2 " (Ni )2 1620 x 103"ta, Nt NMai
NM

I ,`J

III

'1 NM

V2

5250 " rl

[HP] (HP] [lb-ft] [lb"ft 2] [sec] [sec]

" Flo

' Pa
" TL

__ =

" W"VI 33000"n (Vt)2 64 x 106 " ta -W-VI it 2-r" NM " n

[HP] [HP] (lb"ft]

" Pa " Ti.

= =

" TI

" WKL2 =
' to

( Nt )2 -WK1 2

" WKL2 = ' tii " td _ _ -

__ = Po Pa Nt NM Vt

in HP Ib " ft

(WKM2+WKL2) "NM ~) 308 (a"Tm(WKM2 + WKL2) " NM 308 (,B "TM+TL) : : : : : : : : :

1 W ( 7r VI -NM )2 (lb"ft 2I [sec] [sec]

(WKM2+WKL2) " NM 308 (a"TM-TL)

" td

Legend :

(WKM2 + WKL2) -NM 308 (fl " TM+TL)

W WKM2 WKt 2 WKL2 Po __

Running power [HP] Required power for accel [HP] Load speed [rpm] Motor shaft speed [rpm] Load velocity of load [ft/min .] Machine efficiency Friction factor Weight of load [lb] Motor inertia [lb " ft2] Load inertia [lb " ft2] Load inertia [lb " ft 2] (Reflected to shaft) [kWI [kW] [kg-ml ' Po ' Pa

Tt : Load torque [lb " ft] TL : Load torque [lb " ft] (Reflected to shaft) TM : Motor rated torque [lb " ft] to : Acceleration time [sec] td : Deceleration time [sec] a : 0 .8- 1.2 0.1 - 0.2 (200V class) 0.05 - 0.1 (400V class)

'

' Pa
" TL

GDe2 " (Nt )2 365x 103"ta = Nt NM-l1 " Tt

Tf " Nf 973 " x1

= __

3600'x 103 " ta IL "W"Vt 21r-NM-17

" W" Vf 6120 " ,9 (VI)2

(kW] [kW] k '-mI (g [kg"m 2I [sec] [sec]

" Z5. ' GD2L

in kW "

"GD2t [kg" m 2) " GD2L = (NM )2 _ (GD2M + GD2L) "NM " to [sec] 375 (TM" a-TL) td (GD2M + GD2L) " NM 375 (TM " I~+TL) : : : : : . : : : : [sec]

= W( = =

NM )2

" ta td

(GD2M +GD2L) "NM 375 (TM"a-TL) (GD2M + GD2L) " NM 375(TM"#+TL)

kg 10nal
Unit

Legend :

Po Pa Nt NM Vt
17

W GD2M GD2t GD2L

Running power [kW] Required power for accel [kW] Load speed [rpm] Motor shaft speed [rpm] Load velocity of load [m/min .] Machine efficiency Friction factor Weight of load [kg] Motor inertia [kg-M2] Load inertia [kg" m2] Load inertia [kg-M2] (Reflected o shaft)

Tt : Load torque [kg"m] TL : Load torque [kg"m] to td a

TM : Motorcrated torque [kg"m]

: Acceleration time [sec] : Deceleration time [sec] : 0.8-1 .2

: 0.1 - 0.2 (200V class) 0.05 - 0.1 (400V class)

107

FORMULA for Calculating Motor Capacity (Cont'd)


" Po 2-r " Te " NP

60 " 71

-10-3 [kW] [kW] [N-ml [kg"m 2] [sec] [sec]

" Po " Pa
" TL

" Pa
" TL " JL

__
__ =

4Jt " Nt 365 x 103to Ne NM"~1 " Te

W. ) 3600 x 103 " ta = = = 9.8 " W"Vt 21r-NM-71

6120 " 1

"W"Ve

[kW] [kW ]

[N-ml
)2

in kW N" m CUnit~

" to " td

(NM ) 2 " Je

" Ji . " to " td

2u (JM+JL) " NM

4W

.(

,r VNNt

[kg"m

2]

60 " (TM "a-TL) . 27r (JM+JL) -NM 60"(TM",B + TL)

2,r (JM+JL) " NM

60 " (TM " a-TL) . 2-r (JM+JL) -NM 60"(TM"/3 +TL)

[sec] [sec]

Legend :

Po Pa Nt 71

NM VI W JM

Jt JL

: Running power [kW] : Required power for accel [kW] : Load speed [r/ml : Motor shaft speed [r/m] : Load velocity of load [m/min .] : Machine efficiency Friction factor : Weight of load [kg] : Motor inertia [kg-M 2] : Load inertia [kg-ml] : Load inertia [kg-M2] (Reflected to motor shaft)

Tf

TL
TPd

: Load torque [N "m]


:

Load torque [N "m]

to td
a

(Reflected to motor shaft) Motor rated torque [N-ml : Acceleration time [sec] : Deceleration time [sec]
: 0 .8- 1 .2

: 0 .1 - 0 .2 (200V class) 0.05 - 0.1 (400V class)

Varispeed-616G3 plus Specification Check Sheet


Customer User
Itte o m Q'ty

Application
Customer's Power

Supply
Specifications

Three-phase

VAC,

Hz
Remarks

Inverter VS-616G3
CIMR-G3

kVA

_ A

Options
Speed reference option cards 0 Analog reference card 0 Analog reference card 0 Digital reference card Digital reference card 0 Analog monitor card 0 Pulse monitor card 0 Communication interface card SI-B 0 PG speed control card PG-C/PG-D 0 Control power unit AVR000385 to 000388 0 Frequency meter DCF-6A 3V 1mA 0 Digital monitor JVOP-101 0 Digital output card 0 Analog monitor card AI-14U AI-14B DI-08 DI-16G AO-08 AO-12 DO-08

Specify the enclosures and mountings when ordering.

0 Monitor option cards

PO-36F

Hz (Full-scale)

0 Digital Operator/monitor adapter JVOP-109 0 Adapter specialized extension cable 72616-W300-:; t-O1 0 VS operator " AC reactor JVOP-9 r6:;1:: UZBA-B A mH (x

t 1 : lm Cable

3 : 3m Cable

0 Braking unit CDBR0 Braking resistor unit LKEB(10% ED) 0 Braking resistor ERF-150WJ DDD (3% ED) : 10HP (7 .5kW) or below 0 Noise filter (input side) 0 LNFD- [::' :?':;':; DY :Low-cost type 0 HF3 ;A-Z : Manufactured by Soshin Electric Co., Ltd. 0 HF3 A-DP : V DE certified  -11-1 KA (output side) 0 LF-31M 0 Backup capacitor unit for momentary power loss POO -:;0 0 System module JGSM--[:;&:; , JGSM?, JGSM-r .::L:; 0 Surge suppressor 0 Output voltmeter O Scale 0 Rubber bushing DCR2-[:][::[_ .]L' SCF-12 NH NPJT41561-1 FL6402826-1 UPN-15B V

0 Potential transformer

Varispeed-616G3 plus
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Specifications are subject to change without nonce for ongoing product modifications and improvements Printed in Japan October 1997 93-3 0 5 YO