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Route the VFD control cable to your VFD cabinet and to your VFD inputs as shown.

YOU MUST REMOVE THE BLUE


JUMPER BAR THAT CONNECTS PLC TO P24 and reconnect to L and PLC. Remove the jumper pin at P24 and flip the wire
and connect the pin to L terminal. Connect the pins on the VFD cable to the VFD input logic terminals. Red wire labeled
24 to P24, connect the remaining wires to terminals 1 through 5 as shown below and per the wire numbered labels for
the respective input. Connect the VFD shield ground cable wire and green wire to the VFD ground screw. There is also a
heavy green wire attached to the terminal, this needs to go to your star ground lug (connects to the power ground
coming into the VFD control box).

FROM
TO
Remove this jumper by pressing on the little orange tab and pulling on the wire ferule. Relocate the jumper by inserting
the pins into L to PLC logic terminals. Connect the pins on the VFD cable to the VFD input logic terminals by just pushing
the pins into the labeled logic input hole, give a slight tug when inserted to make sure it is locked in. Red wire labeled 24
to P24, connect the remaining wires to terminals as shown below and per the wire numbered labels (1, 2, 3, etc.) for the
respective input.

The VFD will need to be programmed to accept commands from the terminal inputs and to set all the parameters. It will not operate until this is done. Load
the Hitachi software and driver to your computer. Remove the little rubber port and connect the USB cable to the port on the WJ200, . Do not connect the
USB cable to the computer yet, you must first power up the WJ200 and the computer, then connect the cable to your computer. It should show the USB
driver is loaded under your devices. See the separate PDF file for the specific programming via a computer.
http://www.hitachi-america.us/ice/inverters/products/ac_variable_speed_drives/wj200/
Software is available at no cost from the Hitachi website site:
http://www.hitachi-america.us/ice/inverters/support_service_sales/software_dloads
You must install BOTH the Then ProDriveNext (2.1.1) AND the USB driver software. The USB driver must be installed before connecting a computer to the VFD.
With the WJ200 turned on and the USB cable connected to your computer, check in Windows under "Devices and Printers" the your Hitachi shows up in the pop
up window. Then run the ProDriveNext software program. The ProDriveNext software program has FOUR separate modules that are sequentially installed, so
continue the installation until it says it is completed.
1. The software in NOT intuitive until you have used it for awhile. When you load the software, click on the "File" tap at the top menu, then select "New
Solution" each time when connecting to the VFD. Otherwise it tries to load old saved VFD files that are saved on your computer. There may be a way to edit
them and download back to the VFD, but haven't been able to do this.
2. In the window tab "Add device" check the lower two check boxes, "Read Items:....", then click the "Online&Read" button below. A pop-up screen should
indicate that the VFD is on-line and connected, hit the OK button, and this will start the download of the VFD programmed parameters to the computer
program.
3. In the left Toolbox pane you will see the VFD is connected. Click on the Parameter Data, a series of tabs and screen should come up in the right viewing pane.
Note the series if Taps for each Parameter Group (F, A B, C, H and P). Each Group Tab is a separate list of programmable functions, so you need to click on that
tab to see the parameter group.
4. On any one Group Page, you can modify each parameter by clicking on the "Set Value" cell and entering the new numerical value. The parameter line will be
highlighted with any changes you make, you can do one or many changes on multiple lines. Note: the value is not changed in the VFD memory until you either
hit the "Program" tab at the top and select "Download (PC->Device), or you can place your cursor over the changed parameter, hit the "right " mouse key, and a
pop-up menu will give you the same options. I recommend changing a few parameters, downloading them to the VFD and checking that everything is working.
Then doing a few more within a group. Also for tweaking values once you get familiar with the effects.
5. There is a software Auto-tune motor function, used to determine your motor's parameters H031-H034. You need to run the Auto-Tune to load the motor
2

parameters, if doing this with motor rotation, you must remove the motor drive belt. Once you run Auto-tune set H002 to 02:(Auto tuned data) to run the
VFD off of your motor data.
6. The WJ200 may need to be programmed before it will work using the terminal commands and external speed control. Some of the software operated motor
controls may change some of the VFD programming and it may stop responding to command (they change A001 and A002, so recheck these if the terminal block
commands and external pot speed control stop working). Keep a hard copy of the program changes so you make. Be sure that the "Logic input" wiring
connections match up with their assigned programmed functions "C001-C007".
READ THIS: If you manually program the WJ200 via the keypad you must first:
1. Change B037 to "00" for full display of all functions. You must press both the up and down arrows to access single-digit edit mode since this feature is not
accessible in the default basic display. You must change B037 before you can change B031.
AND THEN
2. Change B031 to "10". This unlocks all the high level program functions for editing. Then make the following program changes that are highlighted.
WJ200
Type: Parameter Set

ProDriveNext
Version:2.3.1.0

KEY:

-------------High
Importance

F
Group
Data
ID
F001

Output frequency setting

0 Hz

F002

Acceleration time (1)

3 s

10

F202

Acceleration time (1),2nd motor

10 s

10

F003

Deceleration time (1)

3 s

10

Data Name

Set value

Unit

Default value

Not applicable unless you have 2 motors


Changes made to default VFD values
BOLD/RED - Important to note.

Range
Comments
0

0.00, 0.50 ...


80.00
0.01 ...
3600.00
0.01 ...
3600.00
0.01 ...
3600.00

Set by VFD
Acceleration time of 3 seconds with an S
acceleration curves works well

High breaking rates may require an


external 50ohm 500W brake resistor for
0.5-2 second stop times, decreasing time

may trip the overvoltage error, increase


the time as needed to prevent this. I use
0.5 seconds with a braking resistor.
F203

Deceleration time (1),2nd motor

10 s

10

0.01 ...
3600.00

F004

Keypad RUN key routing

00:(Forward)

A
Group
Data
ID
A001

Data Name

Set value

Frequency source

01:(Control terminal)

02:(Function F001
setting)

A201

Frequency source,2nd motor

A002

Run command source

02:(Function F001
setting)
01:(Control terminal)

02:(Function F001
setting)
02:(Run key on
keypad, or digital
operator)

A202

Run command source,2nd motor

02:(Run key on
keypad, or digital
operator)

02:(Run key on
keypad, or digital
operator)

A003

Base frequency

60 Hz

60

30.0 ... 80.0

A203
A004

Base frequency, 2nd motor


Maximum frequency

60 Hz
75 Hz

60
60

A204

Maximum frequency, 2nd motor

60 Hz

60

30.0 ... 60.0


60.0 ...
400.0
60.0 ...
400.0

00:(Forward)

Unit

Default value

Range
THIS MUST BE SET TO "01" IF YOU USE AN
EXTERNAL POT CONNECTED TO
TERMINALS "H, O & L" TO SET YOUR RPM
SPEED CONTROL.
THIS MUST BE SET TO "01" IF YOU USE
COMMANDS SENT TO THE VFD VIA
CONTROL BLOCK TERMINAL "1-7", THIS
MAY GET RESET TO "02" WHEN YOU DO
THE MOTOR AUTOTUNE AND THE VFD
WILL NO LONGER RESPONDS TO THE
TERMINALS, SO MAY NEED TO BE RESET
BACK TO "02". WHEN SET TO "01" VFD
RUN KEY WILL NOT WORK, ONLY STOP
KEY.

SET TO MOTOR BASE FREQUENCY ON


NAME PLATE, DEFAULT =60
Recommend 75-80 Hz for motors with a
base frequency of 60 Hz.

A005

[AT] selection

A011

A015
A016

[O] input active range start


frequency
[O] input active range end
frequency
[O] input active range start
voltage
[O] input active range end
voltage
[O] input start frequency enable
Analog input filter

A017
A038
A039

EzSQ selection
Jog frequency
Jog stop mode

00:(disabling)
04:(Controlled
deceleration (valid
during run))

04:(Controlled
deceleration (valid
during run))

A041

Torque boost select

A241

Torque boost select, 2nd motor

00:(Manual torque
boost)
00:(Manual torque
boost)

A042
A242

Manual torque boost value


Manual torque boost value, 2nd
motor
Manual torque boost frequency

01:(Automatic torque
boost)
00:(Manual torque
boost)
1 %
1 %

A012
A013
A014

A043

00:(Select between
[O] and [OI] at [AT]
(ON=OI, OFF=O))

00:(Select between
[O] and [OI] at [AT]
(ON=OI, OFF=O))
0 Hz

0 Hz

0 %

0.00 ...
400.00
0.00 ...
400.00
0 ... 100

100 %

100

0 ... 100

01:(Use 0Hz)

01:(Use 0Hz)
31

1 ... 30, 31

0.50 ... 9.99

1
1

0.0 ... 20.0


0.0 ... 20.0

0.0 ... 50.0

00:(disabling)
6 Hz

5 %
5

It is strongly recommend this is set to


"31" if you use an external speed control,
such as a wired speed pot. When set to
"31" the VFD averages the pot readings
and only allows changes above a 0.1Hz
threshold. This reduces noise spikes
picked up in the wiring going to the pot
which cause RPM fluctuations when the
pot is set to a fixed RPM setting.

A243
A044
A244

Manual torque boost


frequency,2nd motor
V/f characteristic curve

5 %
03:(Sensorless vector
(SLV))
00:(Constant torque)

5
00:(Constant
torque)
00:(Constant
torque)

IMPORTANT TO SET TO "03" Sensorless


Vector for best performance

A051

V/f characteristic curve,2nd


motor
V/f gain
V/f gain, 2nd motor
Voltage compensation gain for
automatic torque boost
Voltage compensation gain for
automatic torque boost, 2nd
motor
Slip compensation gain for
automatic torque boost
Slip compensation gain for
automatic torque boost, 2nd
motor
DC braking enable

A052

DC braking frequency

0.5 Hz

0.5

A053
A054

0 s
80 %

0
50

A061

DC braking wait time


DC braking force for
deceleration
DC braking time for deceleration
DC braking / edge or level
detection for [DB] input
DC braking force at start
DC braking time at start
Carrier frequency during DC
braking
Frequency upper limit

A261

Frequency upper limit,2nd motor

A045
A245
A046
A246

A047
A247

A055
A056
A057
A058
A059

0.0 ... 50.0

100 %
100 %
100

100
100
100

20 ... 100
20 ... 100
0 ... 255

100

100

0 ... 255

100

100

0 ... 255

100

100

0 ... 255

00:(Disable)

00:(Disable)

0 s

DO NOT CHANGE THIS, IT APPLIES TO A


ELECTRO-MECHANICAL BRAKE
0.00 ...
60.00
0.0 ... 5.0
0 ... 100

0.5
01:(Level detection)

0.0 ... 60.0

0
0
5

0 ... 100
0.0 ... 60.0
2.0 ... 15.0

75 Hz

0 Hz

0.00 ...
80.00
0.00 ...

01:(Level detection)
0 %
0 s
8 kHz

If set too high will get overvoltage error


due to braking regeneration

Upper limit range is = A004, Maximum


Frequency, use either 75 or 80Hz

A062

Frequency lower limit

0 Hz

A262

Frequency lower limit,2nd motor

0 Hz

A063

Jump freq. (center) 1

0 Hz

A064

Jump freq. width (hysteresis) 1

0.5 Hz

0.5

A065

Jump freq. (center) 2

0 Hz

A066

Jump freq. width (hysteresis) 2

0.5 Hz

0.5

A067

Jump freq. (center) 3

0 Hz

A068

Jump freq. width (hysteresis) 3

0.5 Hz

0.5

A069

Acceleration hold frequency

0 Hz

A070
A071
A072

Acceleration hold time


PID enable
PID proportional gain

0 s

A073

00:(PID Disable)

00:(PID Disable)
1

PID integral time constant

1 s

A074

PID derivative time constant

0 s

A075

PV scale conversion

A076

PV source

A077

Reverse PID action

A078
A079

PID output limit


PID feed forward selection

01:([O] terminal
(voltage in))
00:(PID input = SP-PV)

0.00 ...
25.00
0.0 ...
3600.0
0.00 ...
100.00
0.01 ...
99.99

00:([OI] terminal
(current in))
00:(PID input = SPPV)

0 %
00:(Disabled)

60.00
0.00, 0.50 ...
80.00
0.00, 0.50 ...
60.00
0.00 ...
400.00
0.00 ...
10.00
0.00 ...
400.00
0.00 ...
10.00
0.00 ...
400.00
0.00 ...
10.00
0.00 ...
400.00
0.0 ... 60.0

This is the source of your Hz (rpm)


adjustment, i.e. external speed pot

0
00:(Disabled)
7

0.0 ... 100.0

A081

AVR function select

02:(AVR enabled
except during
deceleration)

02:(AVR enabled
except during
deceleration)

A281

AVR function select,2nd motor

02:(AVR enabled
except during
deceleration)

02:(AVR enabled
except during
deceleration)

A082

AVR voltage select

03:(230)

00:(200)

A282
A083

AVR voltage select,2nd motor


AVR filter time constant

00:(200)

V
1 s

00:(200)

A084
A085

AVR deceleration gain


Energy-saving operation mode

A086
A092

Energy-saving mode tuning


Acceleration time (2)

A292

Acceleration time (2),2nd motor

A093

Deceleration time (2)

A293

Deceleration time (2),2nd motor

A094

Select method to switch to


Acc2/Dec2 profile
Select method to switch to
Acc2/Dec2 profile, 2nd motor
Acc1 to Acc2 frequency transition
point
Acc1 to Acc2 frequency transition
point, 2nd motor
Dec1 to Dec2 frequency
transition point

A294
A095
A295
A096

0.3

100 %
00:(Normal
operation)

SET TO YOUR MOTOR NAMEPLATE


VOLTAGE, 220, 230, 240V.

100

0.000 ...
10.000
50 ... 200

00:(Normal
operation)
0 %
5 s

Normal operation No Energy Saving


Needed
50
10

10 s

10

3 s

10

10 s

10

00:(2CH input from


terminal)
00:(2CH input from
terminal)

0.0 ... 100.0


0.01 ...
3600.00
0.01 ...
3600.00
0.01 ...
3600.00

0.01 ...
3600.00

00:(2CH input from


terminal)
00:(2CH input from
terminal)
0 Hz

0.00 ...
400.00
0 0.00 ...
400.00
0
0.00 ...
400.00

0 Hz
0 Hz
8

Longer voltage sampling time decreases


overvoltage fault error

When 2 stage acceleration used, adjust as


needed

When 2 stage braking used, this is the


second stage braking time added to the 1
stage time. Adjust as needed, suggest 1-3
seconds. But need to adjust as needed.

A296
A097

Dec1 to Dec2 frequency


transition point, 2nd motor
Acceleration curve selection

01:(S-curve)

01:(S-curve)

A098

Deceleration curve selection

00:(linear)

01:(S-curve)

A101

[OI] input active range start


frequency
[OI] input active range end
frequency
[OI] input active range start
current
[OI] input active range end
current
[OI] input start frequency select

A102
A103
A104
A105
A131
A132
A141
A142

Acceleration curve constant


Deceleration curve constant
A input select for calculate
function
B input select for calculate
function

A143

Calculation symbol

A145

ADD frequency

A146

ADD direction select

A150

Curvature of EL-S-curve at the


start of acceleration
Curvature of EL-S-curve at the
end of acceleration

A151

0 Hz

0 0.00 ...
400.00
Acceleration is default S curve, seems to
work well
Deceleration is linear. S curve may be
more likely to trip the overvoltage error.

0 Hz

0 Hz

20 %

20

0.00 ...
400.00
0.00 ...
400.00
0 ... 100

100 %

100

20 ... 100

00:(Use offset (A101


value))
2
2
02:(Terminal [O]
input)
02:(Terminal [O]
input)
00:(ADD (A input + B
input))
0 Hz
00:(Plus (adds A145
value to the output
frequency setting))

00:(Use offset (A101


value))
2
2
02:(Terminal [O]
input)
03:(Terminal [OI]
input)
00:(ADD (A input + B
input))
0

1 ... 10
1 ... 10

MUST be set to "02" which is speed adjust


base on voltage "O" terminal, "03,
Terminal OI" is current which is not used

0.00 ...
400.00

00:(Plus (adds A145


value to the output
frequency setting))
10 %

10

0 ... 50

10 %

10

0 ... 50

A152
A153
A154
A155
A156
A157
A161
A162
A163
A164
A165
B
Group
Data
ID
b001

b002
b003
b004
b005

Curvature of EL-S-curve at the


start of deceleration
Curvature of EL-S-curve at the
end of deceleration
Deceleration hold frequency
Deceleration hold time
PID sleep function action
threshold
PID sleep function action delay
time
[VR] input active range start
frequency
[VR] input active range end
frequency
[VR] input active range start
[VR] input active range end
[VR] input start frequency select

01:(Use 0Hz)

Data Name

Set value

Restart mode on power failure /


under-voltage trip

00:(Alarm output
after trip, no
automatic restart)

Allowable under-voltage power


failure time
Retry wait time before motor
restart
Instantaneous power failure /
under-voltage trip alarm enable
Number of restarts on power
failure / under-voltage trip
events

10 %

10

0 ... 50

10 %

10

0 ... 50

0 Hz

0 s
0 Hz

0
0

0 s

0.00 ...
400.00
0.0 ... 60.0
0.00 ...
400.00
0.0 ... 25.5

0 Hz

0 Hz

0 %
100 %

0
100

0.00 ...
400.00
0.00 ...
400.00
0 ... 100
0 ... 100

01:(Use 0Hz)

Unit

Default value

Range

00:(Alarm output
after trip, no
automatic restart)
1 s

0.3 ... 25.0

1 s

0.3 ... 100.0

00:(Disable)

00:(Disable)

00:(Restart 16 times)

00:(Restart 16
times)
10

b007

Restart frequency threshold

b008

Restart mode on over voltage /


over current trip

b010

Number of retry on over voltage


/ over current trip
Retry wait time on over voltage /
over current trip
Level of electronic thermal

b011
b012
b212
b013
b213
b015
b016
b017
b018
b019
b020
b021

Level of electronic thermal, 2nd


motor
Electronic thermal characteristic
Electronic thermal characteristic,
2nd motor
Free setting, electronic thermal
frequency (1)
Free setting, electronic thermal
current (1)
Free setting, electronic thermal
frequency (2)
Free setting, electronic thermal
current (2)
Free setting, electronic thermal
frequency (3)
Free setting, electronic thermal
current (3)
Overload restriction operation
mode

0 Hz

0.00 ...
400.00

3 times

1 ... 3

1 s

0.3 ... 100.0

00:(Alarm output
after trip, no
automatic restart)

00:(Alarm output
after trip, no
automatic restart)

100 %

100

100 %

100

01:(Constant torque)

01:(Constant
torque)
01:(Constant
torque)

01:(Constant torque)

01:(Enabled for
acceleration and
constant speed)

20.0 ...
100.0
20.0 ...
100.0

0 Hz

0 %

0.0 ... 100.0

0 Hz

0 %

0.0 ... 100.0

0 Hz

0 ... 400

0 %

0.0 ... 100.0

01:(Enabled for
acceleration and
constant speed)

11

b221

Overload restriction operation


mode, 2nd motor

b022

Overload restriction level

160 %

b222

Overload restriction level, 2nd


motor
Deceleration rate at overload
restriction
Deceleration rate at overload
restriction, 2nd motor
Overload restriction operation
mode 2

150 %

b023
b223
b024

01:(Enabled for
acceleration and
constant speed)

01:(Enabled for
acceleration and
constant speed)

1 s
00:(Disabled)

b026

b031

Deceleration rate 2 at overload


restriction
OC suppression selection
Current level of active
freq.matching
Deceleration rate of active freq.
matching
Start freq. of active freq.
matching
Software lock mode selection

b033

Motor cable length parameter

b034
b035

Run/power ON warning time


Rotation direction restriction

0 hr

b036
b037

Reduced voltage start selection


Function code display restriction

b030

150 %

150

1 s
01:(Enabled)

20.0 ...
200.0
0.1 ...
3000.0

01:(Enabled)
100 %

100

0.5 s

0.5

00:(freq at previous
shutoff)
10:unlock high level
program parameters

00:(No restriction)

20.0 ...
200.0
0.1 ...
3000.0

00:(freq at previous
shutoff)
01:(all parameters except B031
and output frequency F001 are
locked when [SFT] terminal is ON)
10

5 ... 20

0 ... 65535

0 ... 255

Slightly longer sampling duration


decreases overvoltage tripping of device.

Must be set to 10 to program by


keyboard, must set B037 to "00" first
Specify motor cable length, in most cases
it will be short = 5M (or under 15')

00:(No restriction)
2

00:(Full display)

Set a little higher overload parameter


depending on needs.

01:(Enabled for
acceleration and
constant speed)

Overload restriction level 2

b029

20.0 ...
200.0
150 20.0 ...
200.0
1
0.1 ...
3000.0
1 0.1 ...
3000.0

1 s

b025

b027
b028

150

04:(Basic display)
12

Allows full display access, no need to limit

display.
b038
b039
b040

Initial display selection


Automatic user parameter
registration
Torque limit selection

b041

Torque limit 1 (fwd/power)

200 %

200

b042

Torque limit 2 (rev/regen.)

200 %

200

b043

Torque limit 3 (rev/power)

200 %

200

b044

Torque limit 4 (fwd/regen.)

200 %

200

b045
b046

Torque LAD STOP selection


Reverse run protection

00:(Disable)
01:(Reverse rotation
is protected)

00:(Disable)
01:(Reverse rotation
is protected)

b049
b050

00:(CT mode)
01:(Decelerates to a
stop)
220 V

00:(CT mode)
00:(Trips)

b053

Dual Rating Selection


Controlled deceleration on
power loss
DC bus voltage trigger level of
ctrl. decel.
Over-voltage threshold of ctrl.
decel.
Deceleration time of ctrl. decel.

b054

Initial freq. drop of ctrl. decel.

b060

Maximum-limit level of window


comparators O
Minimum-limit level of window
comparators O
Hysteresis width of window
comparators O

b051
b052

b061
b062

001:(d001)
00:(Disable)

001:(d001)
00:(Disable)

00:(Quadrant-specific
setting mode)

00:(Quadrantspecific setting
mode)
0 ... 200,
255
0 ... 200,
255
0 ... 200,
255
0 ... 200,
255

Permits some braking to stop, even with


power loss
220

360 V

360

1 s

0 Hz

100 %

100

0.0 ...
1000.0
0.0 ...
1000.0
0.01 ...
3600.00
0.00 ...
10.00
0 ... 100

0 %

0 ... 100

0 %

0 ... 10

13

b063
b064
b065
b070
b071
b075
b078
b079
b082
b083

b084

Maximum-limit level of window


comparators OI
Minimum-limit level of window
comparators OI
Hysteresis width of window
comparator OI
Operation level at O
disconnection
Operation level at OI
disconnection
Ambient temperature
Watt-hour clearance
Watt-hour display gain
Start frequency
Carrier frequency

0 ... 100

0 %

0 ... 100

0 %

0 ... 10

255 %

255

255 %

255

40 C

40

0 ... 100,
255
0 ... 100,
255
-10 ... 50

1
0.5
2

1 ... 1000
0.10 ... 9.99
2.0 ... 15.0

00:(OFF)
1
0.5 Hz
12 kHz

00:(Initialization
disabled)
00:(Standard)

b089

Automatic carrier frequency


reduction

01:(Enabled,
depending on the
output current)

b090

Dynamic braking usage ratio

b091

Stop mode selection

b087
b088

100

00:(OFF)

Initialization mode (parameters


or trip history)
Country for initialization
Frequency scaling conversion
factor
STOP key enable
Restart mode after FRS

b085
b086

100 %

Higher carrier Khz = less motor wine. But


can increase motor heat high loads. Try
12, if too much whine go to 14 or 15.

00:(Initialization
disabled)
00:(Standard)
28

00:(Enabled)
00:(Restart from 0Hz)

0.01 ...
99.99

Permits motor ~RPM to be displayed if


desired on VFD, scales Hz to RPM.

0.0 ... 10.0

When using an external 50ohm 500W


resistor, duty "ON' cycle is 0-10%

00:(Enabled)
00:(Restart from
0Hz)
01:(Enabled,
depending on the
output current)

10 %
00:(DEC (decelerate
to stop))

00:(DEC (decelerate
to stop))

14

b092

Cooling fan control

01:(Fan is ON during
run, OFF during stop
(5 minute delay from
ON to OFF))

01:(Fan is ON during
run, OFF during stop
(5 minute delay
from ON to OFF))

b093
b094

Clear elapsed time of cooling fan


Initialization target data

00:(Count)
00:(All parameters)

00:(Count)
00:(All parameters)

b095
b096

Dynamic braking control (BRD)


selection
BRD activation level

01:(Enable during run


only)
360 V

01:(Enable during
run only)
360

b097

BRD resistor value

b100
b101
b102
b103
b104
b105
b106
b107
b108
b109
b110
b111
b112
b113
b120
b121
b122
b123

Free-setting V/F freq. (1)


Free-setting V/F volt. (1)
Free-setting V/F freq. (2)
Free-setting V/F volt. (2)
Free-setting V/F freq. (3)
Free-setting V/F volt. (3)
Free-setting V/F freq. (4)
Free-setting V/F volt. (4)
Free-setting V/F freq. (5)
Free-setting V/F volt. (5)
Free-setting V/F freq. (6)
Free-setting V/F volt. (6)
Free-setting V/F freq. (7)
Free-setting V/F volt. (7)
Brake control enable
Brake Wait Time for Release
Brake Wait Time for Acceleration
Brake Wait Time for Stopping

50 Ohm
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

50

Hz
V
Hz
V
Hz
V
Hz
V
Hz
V
Hz
V
Hz
V

00:(Disable)

Otherwise 02:(Fan is temperature


controlled). Use 01 in cabinet without a
cooling fan.

330 ... 380

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

50.0 ...
600.0
0
0.0 ... 800.0
0
0.0 ... 800.0
0
0.0 ... 800.0
0
0.0 ... 800.0
0
0.0 ... 800.0
0
0.0 ... 800.0
0 ... 400
0.0 ... 800.0

0
0
0

0.00 ... 5.00


0.00 ... 5.00
0.00 ... 5.00

00:(Disable)
0 s
0 s
0 s
15

factory default, try 340V if one gets


overvoltage VFD error when stopping
This is set automatically when/if you add
an external brake resistor

b124
b125

Brake Wait Time for Confirmation


Brake release freq.

b126
b127

Brake release current


Braking frequency

b130
b131

Deceleration overvoltage
suppression enable
Decel. overvolt. suppress level

b132
b133

0 s
0 Hz

0
0

100 %
0 Hz

100
0

01:(Enabled)

0.00 ... 5.00


0.00 ...
400.00
0.0 ... 200.0
0.00 ...
400.00

00:(Disabled)
390 V

380

330 ... 395

Decel. overvolt. suppress const.

1 s

1 times

0.2
1

0.0 ... 150.0

b145

Decel. overvolt. suppress


proportional gain
Decel. overvolt. suppress integral
time
GS input mode

0.10 ...
30.00
0.00 ... 5.00

b150
b160
b161
b163
b164

b134

b165
b166
b171
b180

1 s
00:(No trip (Hardware
shutoff only))

00:(No trip
(Hardware shutoff
only))

Display ex.operator connected


1st parameter of Dual Monitor
2nd parameter of Dual Monitor
Freq. set in monitoring

d001
d001
d002
00:(Freq. set disabled)

Automatic return to the initial


display
Ex. operator com. loss action
Data read/write selection
Inverter mode selection
Initialization trigger

00:(Disable)

d001
d001
d002
00:(Freq. set
disabled)
00:(Disable)

02:(Ignore)
00:(R/W enable)
00:(Disabling)
00:(Initialization
disable)

02:(Ignore)
00:(R/W enable)
00:(Disabling)
00:(Initialization
disable)

16

Set higher to prevent VFD error from


regenerative overvoltage when braking

Set higher to prevent VFD error from


regenerative overvoltage when braking

C
Group

Data
ID
C001

INPUTS FOR 2 WIRE CONTROL USING A SINGLE 3 POSITION ON-OFF-ON SUSTAINED SWITCH. THE
MACHINE COULD RESTART IF LEFT IN A RUN POSITION WHEN THE VFD IS TURENED ON, THE MACHINE
SHOULD BE WORRIED TO USE THE USP:UNATTENDED START PROTECTION.
Data Name
Set value
Unit
Default value
Range
Input [1] function

00:(FW:FORWARD
Run/Stop)
01:(RV:Reverse
Run/Stop)
06:(JG:Jogging)

00:(FW:FORWARD
Run/Stop)
01:(RV:Reverse
Run/Stop)
02:(CF1:Multi-speed
Select,Bit 0 (LSB))

C002

Input [2] function

C003

Input [3] function

C004

Input [4] function

13:(USP:Unattended
Start Protection)

03:(CF2:Multi-speed
Select,Bit 1)

C005

Input [5] function

09:(2CH:2-stage
Acceleration and
Deceleration)

09:(2CH:2-stage
Acceleration and
Deceleration)

C006

Input [6] function

255:No function

18:(RS:Reset
Inverter)

C007

Input [7] function

255:No function

13:(USP:Unattended
Start Protection)

17

"INPUT 1" IS FORWARD


"INPUT 2" IS REVERSE
THIS SECTION WILL VARY BY YOUR INPUT
SELECTION. IT SHOULD NO BE NEEDED
FOR A MILL
"02" TERMINAL "INPUT 3" IS
REPROGRAMMED FOR JOGGING
"03" TERMINAL OR "INPUT 4" IS IF YOU
USE A STOP COMMAND, OVERIDES ALL
OTHER COMMANDS. CAN USE WITH ESTOP (SEPARATE NO SWITCH BLOCK),
WHEN E-STOP PRESSED 2ND NO SWITCH
CLOSES AND ACTIVETS THIS COMMAND
WHEN BUTTON PUSHED
Can use this function to control 2 step
deceleration, may be needed for high
RPM braking to prevent overvoltage
error, i.e. longer total deceleration time.
Can be controlled by manual switch, can
also be controlled by E-stop or any series
switch going to this input.
255:No function, deactivates the terminal
to any command.

C
Group
Data
ID
C001

INPUTS FOR 3 WIRE CONTROL REQUIRES A MOMENTARY STOP SWITCH, MOMENTARY RUN SWITCH
AND A 2 POSITION SUSTAINED DIRECTION SWITCH
Data Name
Set value
Unit
Default value
Range
Input [1] function

STA code=20; ON
momentary starts
motor
STP code=21; ON no
change, Momentary
Off stops rotation

00:(FW:FORWARD
Run/Stop)

"INPUT 1" IS MOMENTARY ON, USES A


NORMALL OPEN MEMENTARY SWITCH

01:(RV:Reverse
Run/Stop)

"INPUT 2" IS MOMENTARY OFF, USES A


NORMALL CLOSED MEMENTARY SWITCH
WHICH BREAKS THE CONNECTION

02:(CF1:Multi-speed
Select,Bit 0 (LSB))

"INPUT 3" IS DIRECTION, OFF IS


FORWARD, ON IS REVERSE, USES A 2
POSITION SUSTAINED SWITCH

C002

Input [2] function

C003

Input [3] function

F/R code=22 ; ON
selects reverse
direction

C004C007

Input [4-7] function

255:No function

C011

Input [1] active state

C012

Input [2] active state

C013

Input [3] active state

C014

Input [4] active state

C015

Input [5] active state

C016

Input [6] active state

00:normally open
[NO]
00:normally open
[NO]
00:normally open
[NO]
00:normally open
[NO]
00:normally open
[NO]
00:normally open
[NO]

00:normally open
[NO]
00:normally open
[NO]
00:normally open
[NO]
00:normally open
[NO]
00:normally open
[NO]
00:normally open
[NO]
18

C017

Input [7] active state


Output [11] function

00:normally open
[NO]
01:(FA1:Frequency
Arrival Type 1Constant Speed)

00:normally open
[NO]
01:(FA1:Frequency
Arrival Type 1Constant Speed)

C021

C022

Output [12] function

00:(RUN:Run Signal)

00:(RUN:Run Signal)

C026

Alarm relay function

05:(AL:Alarm Signal)

05:(AL:Alarm Signal)

C027

07:(LAD frequency
(PWM))
07:(LAD frequency)

07:(LAD frequency
(PWM))
07:(LAD frequency)

C031

[EO] terminal
selection(Pulse/PWM output)
[AM] terminal selection(Analog
voltage output 0...10V)
Digital current monitor reference
value
Output [11] active state

C032

Output [12] active state

C036

Alarm relay active state

C038

C028
C030

100 %

100

20.0 ...
200.0

Output mode of low current


detection

00:normally open
[NO]
00:normally open
[NO]
01:normally closed
[NC]
01:(During constant
speed only)

00:normally open
[NO]
00:normally open
[NO]
01:normally closed
[NC]
01:(During constant
speed only)

C039
C040

Low current detection level


Output mode of overload
warning

100 %
01:(During constant
speed only)

100
01:(During constant
speed only)

0.0 ... 200.0

C041
C241

Overload warning level


Overload warning level, 2nd
motor
Frequency arrival setting for
acceleration
Frequency arrival setting for

115 %
115 %

115
115

0.0 ... 200.0


0.0 ... 200.0

0 Hz

0 Hz

C042
C043

19

0.00 ...
400.00
0.00 ...

C044
C045
C046
C047
C052
C053
C054
C055
C056
C057
C058
C059

deceleration
PID deviation level
Frequency arrival setting 2 for
acceleration
Frequency arrival setting 2 for
deceleration
Pulse train input/output scale
conversion
PID FBV output high limit
PID FBV output low limit
Over-torque/under-torque
selection
Over/under-torque level(Forward
powering mode)
Over/under-torque level(Reverse
regen. mode)
Over/under-torque level(Reverse
powering mode)
Over/under-torque level(Forward
regen. mode)
Signal output mode of
Over/under-torque

C061
C063

Electronic thermal warning level


Zero speed detection level

C064
C071
C072
C074
C075
C076
C077

Heat sink overheat warning


Communication speed
Modbus address
Communication parity
Communication stop bit
Communication error select
Communication error time-out

C078

Communication wait time

100
0

400.00
0.0 ... 100.0
0.00 ...
400.00
0.00 ...
400.00
0.01 ...
99.99
0.0 ... 100.0
0.0 ... 100.0

100 %

100

0 ... 200

100 %

100

0 ... 200

100 %

100

0 ... 200

100 %

100

0 ... 200

3 %
0 Hz

3
0

0 Hz

100 %
0 %
00:(Over-torque)

00:(Over-torque)

01:(During constant
speed only)

01:(During constant
speed only)

90 %
0 Hz

90
0
100

0 ... 100
0.00 ...
100.00
0 ... 110

1 ... 247

0 s

0 ms

0.00 ...
99.99
0 ... 1000

100 C
05:(9600bps)

05:(9600bps)
1

00:(No parity)
01:(1bit)
02:(Disable)

00:(No parity)
01:(1bit)
02:(Disable)

20

C081
C082
C085
C091
C096
C098
C099
C100

O input span calibration


OI input span calibration
Thermistor input (PTC) span
calibration
Debug mode enable
Communication selection
EzCOM start adr. of master
EzCOM end adr. of master
EzCOM starting trigger

100 %
100 %
100 %
00:(Disable)
00:(Modbus-RTU)

100
100
100

0.0 ... 200.0


0.0 ... 200.0
0.0 ... 200.0

00:(Disable)
00:(Modbus-RTU)
1
1

1
1

00:(Input
terminal(485RUN))

00:(Input
terminal(485RUN))

C101

Up/Down memory mode


selection

00:(Clear last
frequency (return to
default frequency
F001))

00:(Clear last
frequency (return to
default frequency
F001))

C102

Reset selection

00:(Cancel trip state


at input signal ON
transition, stops
inverter if in Run
Mode)

00:(Cancel trip state


at input signal ON
transition, stops
inverter if in Run
Mode)

C103

Restart mode after reset

00:(Start with 0 Hz)

00:(Start with 0 Hz)

C104
C105
C106
C109
C111
C130
C131
C132
C133
C140
C141

UP/DWN clear mode


EO gain adjustment
AM gain adjustment
AM bias adjustment
Overload warning level 2
Output [11] on delay
Output [11] off delay
Output [12] on delay
Output [12] off delay
Relay output on delay
Relay output off delay

00:(0Hz)

00:(0Hz)
100
100
0
115
0
0
0
0
0
0

%
%
%
%
s
s
s
s
s
s

100
100
0
115
0
0
0
0
0
0
21

1 ... 8
1 ... 8

50 ... 200
50 ... 200
0 ... 100
0.0 ... 200.0
0.0 ... 100.0
0.0 ... 100.0
0.0 ... 100.0
0.0 ... 100.0
0.0 ... 100.0
0.0 ... 100.0

C142

Logic output 1 operand A

00:(RUN:Run Signal)

00:(RUN:Run Signal)

C143

Logic output 1 operand B

00:(RUN:Run Signal)

00:(RUN:Run Signal)

C144

Logic output 1 operator

00:([LOG] = A AND B)

C145

Logic output 2 operand A

00:(RUN:Run Signal)

00:([LOG] = A AND
B)
00:(RUN:Run Signal)

C146

Logic output 2 operand B

00:(RUN:Run Signal)

00:(RUN:Run Signal)

C147

Logic output 2 operator

00:([LOG] = A AND B)

C148

Logic output 3 operand A

00:(RUN:Run Signal)

00:([LOG] = A AND
B)
00:(RUN:Run Signal)

C149

Logic output 3 operand B

00:(RUN:Run Signal)

00:(RUN:Run Signal)

C150

Logic output 3 operator

00:([LOG] = A AND B)

00:([LOG] = A AND
B)

C160
C161
C162
C163
C164
C165
C166
C169

Input [1] response time


Input [2] response time
Input [3] response time
Input [4] response time
Input [5] response time
Input [6] response time
Input [7] response time
Multistage speed/position
determination time

H
Group
Data
ID
H001

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0

Data Name

Set value

Auto-tuning selection

00:(Disabled)

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0

Unit

Default value
00:(Disabled)
22

0 ... 200
0 ... 200
0 ... 200
0 ... 200
0 ... 200
0 ... 200
0 ... 200
0 ... 200

Range
Use the autotune feature to determine

H002

Motor constant selection

02:(Auto tuned data)

H202

Motor constant selection, 2nd


motor
Motor capacity

02:(Auto tuned data)


05:(1.1)

kW

Motor capacity,2nd motor


Motor poles setting
Motor poles setting,2nd motor
Motor speed response constant
Motor speed response constant,
2nd motor
Motor stabilization constant
Motor stabilization constant, 2nd
motor
Motor constant R1 (Hitachi
motor)
Motor constant R1, 2nd motor
(Hitachi motor)
Motor constant R2 (Hitachi
motor)
Motor constant R2, 2nd motor
(Hitachi motor)
Motor constant L (Hitachi motor)

06:(1.5)
01:(4P)
01:(4P)

kW

H003
H203
H004
H204
H005
H205
H006
H206
H020
H220
H021
H221
H022
H222
H023
H223
H024
H224

Motor constant L, 2nd motor


(Hitachi motor)
Motor constant I0 (Hitachi
motor)
Motor constant I0, 2nd motor
(Hitachi motor)
Motor constant J (Hitachi motor)
Motor constant J, 2nd motor
(Hitachi motor)

00:(Hitachi standard
motor )
00:(Hitachi standard
motor )
06:(1.5)

ASSUMES
1.5 HP

06:(1.5)
01:(4P)
01:(4P)

100 %
100 %

100
1 ... 1000
100 1 ... 1000

100
100

100
0 ... 255
100 0 ... 255

1.477 Ohm

1.477

1.477 Ohm

1.477

0.801 Ohm

0.801

0.801 Ohm

0.801

12.8 mH

12.8

12.8 mH

12.8

4.16 A

4.16

4.16 A

4.16

0.017 kgm2

0.017

0.017 kgm2

0.017

23

0.001 ...
65.535
0.001 ...
65.535
0.001 ...
65.535
0.001 ...
65.535
0.01 ...
655.35
0.01 ...
655.35
0.01 ...
655.35
0.01 ...
655.35
0.001 ...
9999.000
0.001 ...
9999.000

your motor's parameters H031-H034. I


run the autotune feature through the
software. If control block terminals stop
to function after autotune, check A001 is
set to "01"
SET MOTOR CAPACITY AND POLES TO THE
MOTOR USED. 2.0 hp IS 0.6:(1.5); 3.0 HP
IS 07:(2.2) WITH THE WJ200-022SF

H030
H230
H031
H231
H032
H232
H033
H233
H034
H234
H050
H051

Motor constant R1 (Auto tuned


data)
Motor constant R1, 2nd motor
(Auto tuned data)
Motor constant R2 (Auto tuned
data)
Motor constant R2, 2nd motor
(Auto tuned data)
Motor constant L (Auto tuned
data)
Motor constant L, 2nd motor
(Auto tuned data)
Motor constant I0 (Auto tuned
data)
Motor constant I0, 2nd motor
(Auto tuned data)
Motor constant J (Auto tuned
data)
Motor constant J, 2nd motor
(Auto tuned data)
Slip compensation P gain for V/f
control with FB
Slip compensation I gain for V/f
control with FB

1.477 Ohm

1.477

1.477 Ohm

1.477

0.801 Ohm

0.801

0.801 Ohm

0.801

12.8 mH

12.8

12.8 mH

12.8

4.16 A

4.16

4.16 A

4.16

0.017 kgm2

0.017

0.017 kgm2

0.017

0.2 times

0.2

2 s

24

0.001 ...
65.535
0.001 ...
65.535
0.001 ...
65.535
0.001 ...
65.535
0.01 ...
655.35
0.01 ...
655.35
0.01 ...
655.35
0.01 ...
655.35
0.001 ...
9999.000
0.001 ...
9999.000
0.00 ...
10.00
0 ... 1000

Programming the WJ200 via the computer. Load Hitachi VFD Software AND USB Driver first before connecting the VFD. Turn on
VFD and connect to PC, verify USB Driver is working as shown.

Run Hitachi VFD Software program, click on File and choose new project. Click to download Parameter and Program data and then
click on Online&Read.

Indicates it is looking for the VFD and Data

Verifies that it is connected to the WJ200 VFD, click n OK to continue and upload parameters to your PC.

25

Click on Parmater as shown to pull up Parameter setting WJ200 window. Click on Group tab you want to edit.

26

You make changes in the 'Set value" Column, the line(s) will be highlighted to indicate a change(s). The change(s) must then be sent
to the VFD.

Program variable changes must be sent from the PC to the VFD, either Left click on the "Program" pull down menu tab, or Right click
on the highlighted parameter to pull up the menu.

27

C Group Tab pulls up the program variables for the Input functions

Motor Auto-tune determines your motors actual operating parameters, which can be enetered in the VFD program variables

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