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Thank !.

ou for choosingthehlitsubishi "FREQROL-2300'' high-function, low acoustic


noiseinverter.
This n ~ a ~ l u ngi\,es
i f u l l information on installation,wiring,parameterunitoperation
l)roccdures,maintenanceandinspection.
Please read this manualcarefullytousetheequipment to its optimum.
CONTENTS

PRECAUTIONS FOR HANDLING THE INVERTER

INVERTER (Withtheexception of theparameterunithandling)

1. ACCEPTANCElNSPECTlON ................................................................................. 1

3. INSTALLATION
3.1TransI;jortation ................................................................................................... 4
3 . 2 Place of Illstallation .......................................................................................... 4
3.3
Direction of Insta]latioI1Clearances ............................................................ 4

4. WIRING
4.1 blain Circuit ...................................................................................................... 5
4 . 2 Controj Circuit ................................................................................................... 7

5 . OPERATION
5.1 Opel.ation Llode ................................................................................................ 8
5.2 pre-Operation ChecIis ....................................................................................... 8
5.3 pre-(-Jperation Settings ....................................................................................... 9
5..I (Jlecli points c-uring Test R u n ........................................................................... 11

6. M A I N T E N A N C EA N DI N S P E C T I O N
6.1 PrecaL, tiolls for ~ ~ a i n t e n ce
a l -and
, Inspection ...................................................... 12
6 . 2 C]lecli Itenls ...................................................................................................... 12
6.3h.ieasuren1ent of hIainCircuit Voltages. Currents and Power ........................... 14
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6.4 Checking the Inverter Module andConverter Module .......................................... 16
6.5 Replacement of parts ....................................................................................... 17

7 . TROUBLESHOOTING
7.1 clearinguI, tile causeof ~~~l~ ........................................................................ 18
7.2 Faults Check poirlts .................................................................................... 20
7.3 Protective Functions .......................................................................................... 21

8 . SPECIFICATIONS
8.1 Stnllclarc]Specifications....................................................................................... 23
8.2 Elock ni ag-ralll................................................................................................... 24
8 . 3 Terll,i!l,-,Is ......................................................................................................... 25
8.4 Terminal Block . ~ r r a I ~ g e m e l..............................................................................
lt 27
8.5 Structure............................................................................................................ 28
8.6 Seloction of peripllerals .................................................................................... 29
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PARAMETER UNIT !
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31

3 . FUNCTIONS OF THEPARAMETERUNIT ............................................................ 32


4. OPERATION ......................................................................................................... 34
0 ~ u l l l l i l l g t h e h.lotor frorll the parameter C n i t ................................................... 34
0 (;llclilging c)l' CIlec ..ing t h e Function Set T-alues ................................................... 36
0 Ca]i1, r n r i l l g A.leter ........................................................................
t h e FrecjuellcS- 38
0 ~ l l i t i a l i z i n g tile Set ..slues.................................................................................... 39
0 h~o12itorllig......................................................................................................... 40
0 Adjusting "Bias" and "Gain" of the frequency setting sigllal .............................. 44
0 precautions fOl. p u O,,
eration ........................................................................... 45
5. FUNCTlONS ......................................................................................................... 47
0 Function List ...................................................................................................... 47
0 yLlnctic,
ns - Esl, l a n a ~ i o n .................................................................................... 49
6. S P E C ] FICATIONS ................................................................................................... 58
0 StallClard Specifjcatjon ....................................................................................... 58
0 Dirllelisiolia]Diagranls ....................................................................................... 59
\ I - 2 i c I ~ ~ -IgIsT(JpLY
~E r<ECORD ........................................................................... 60
PRECAUTIONS FOR HANDLING
THE
INVERTER

Incorrecthandling could cause the inverter to be operated improperly, service life t o be


reducedextremely,and in theworstcase,theinverterto be damaged.
Please handle the inverter properly in accordance with the information on each section
as well as the precautions and instructions of this manual.

Refer
points
Handling To:
n , Powersupplyspecifications
Powersupply Use
the
power
supply
within
the
allowed
power
P23
W supplyspecifications of theinverter.

Usingthemagneticcontactor
Themagneticcontactor need not be provided.
Wheninstalled,donotuseit t o s t a r t or s t o p
theinverter.Otherwisetheinverter
may be damaged.

installingthereactors
T h er e a c t o r( o p t i o n )m u s t be usedwhenthe
J powerfactor is t o be improved or theinverter is
installeddirectlyunder a largepowercapacity
(1000KVA or moreandwiringdistancewithin
4ft) . P6
PowerfactorimprovingFR-Z340-7.5Kto 22K
DC r e a c t o r( F R - B E L )
Power factor improving ... FR-Z340-2.2K, 4.OK
AC reactor(FA-BAL)
I T ,

Place o f installation
Theinverter'slife span isinfluenced by a m b i e n t
temperature.
Kse theinverterwith t h e a m b i e ntte m p e r a t u r e as P4
low as possiblewithinthespecifications.This
m u s t be notedespeciallywhen t h e inverter is
installed i n a cabinetenclosure.
Wiring
Wrongwiringwillleadtoinverterdamage.The
control
signal
lines
must be kept
sufficiently P4-7

I
'

/I awayfromthemaincircuittoavoidnoise
interference.

Equipment connectedon the o u t p u t side


Do notconnectthepowercapacitor,surge
suppressor, a n d radionoisefilter(FR-BIF
option)toprotecttheequipment from d a m a g e
Ground a n dt h ei n v e r t e rf r o mf a u l t .

Ground
The 2300 seriesinvertersarelarger i n leakage
currentthantheotherseries.Toprevent
accidentalelectricshock,themotorandinverter
m u s t be grounded (earthed-
I
-
-
A
Ground
2. STRUCTURE

2.1 Structure and outlook

0 FR-Zao-2.2 t o 7.5K

Chassis
r
.. .._.___ (aluminiumdiecast).,
-_ 7-
.-- Rating Label

Parameterunit

Can he replaced b y a f l a t
cover.
(Factory
shipping.)
1
I,
Brakeresistor -e

Front View Rear View

FR-ZSo-llK, 15K, 22K

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2.2 RemovalandReinstallation of theFrontCover
To relnovethefrontcover,holddownthewhitebuttonontop of thefrontcoverand
pull thecol'ertoward y o u . (SeeFig. 1.)
To reinstallthefrontcover,insertthecatches at thebottom of thecoverintothe
sockets and pressthecoveragainstthechassis.(See Fig. 2 . )
\l'hen theinI.erter' is notequippedwiththeparameterunit,anaccessorycovercan be
installedonthe front cover. To removetheaccessorycover,holddownthecenter of
the sideface a n d pull theaccessorycovertowardyou.(See Fig. 3.)

Fig, 1 Removing the Front Cover

Catch

Fig. 2 Reinstalling
Front
the Cover Fig. 3 Removing
the Accessory Cover

Carefully checli that thefront coIler has beenreinstalledsecurely.


Sincethefrontcoverbearstheratingplate,thecoverremovedmust be
reinstalled to theinverterfromwhich it has been removed.(Checkthename
plate of thefrontcol'eragainsttheone on theright-handsideedge.)
ll'hen theparameter unit has beenremoI.ed,reinstall it i n accordancewith
the procedure i n Section 2.3 afterreinstallingtilefrontcover.

2.3 RemovalandReinstallation of theParameterUnit

To remove the parameterunit, loosen the


installationscren.s ( 2 places)and pull the u n i t
ton-arc1 3.0~1 as shon-11 in Fig. 4 .
T o reinstalltheparameter unit, insertthe u n i t so
Instill
that theconnector of the u n i t fits intothat of the
inverteras s h o ~ ni n Fig. 4 . Connect,or
.-lfler securely fitting theparameterunitontothe
ill\.el-ter, fix the u n i t l v i t h theinstallationscrews.

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P a r a m e t e ru n i t
Fig. 4 Installingtheparameterunit