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ATTENTION
The inverter manufactured in our company is only applied to the elevator.

Elevator Door Controller AAD03011 Instruction Manual

Use this equipment before ensuring the safety and application of the
elevator.
Always take safety precautions such as dual safety mechanism and
malfunction protection.
Failure to do so could lead to serious accident.

Elevator Door Controller

AAD03011
Instruction Manual
[Support model]
・AAD03011

Read this manual carefully before
attempting to operate the inverter
and store it for further reference.

http://panasonic-electric-works.net/sunx
T52-3, No.1510, Chuanqiao Road, Jinqiao Export Processing Zone,
Pudong New Area, Shanghai, China
Phone: +86-21-5032-3800 FAX: +86-21-5032-3866
Europe Headquarter: Panasonic Electric Works Europe AG
Rudolf-Diesel-Ring 2, D-83607 Holzkirchen, Germany
Phone: +49-8024-648-0
US Headquarter: Panasonic Electric Works Corporation of America
629 Central Avenue New Providence, New Jersey 07974 USA
Phone: +1-908-464-3550

© Panasonic Electric Works SUNX Co., Ltd. 2010

8A3 708 0000 3
PRINTED IN CHINA

Panasonic Electric Works SUNX Shanghai

Panasonic Electric Works SUNX Shanghai Co., Ltd.

8A3 708 0000 3

panasonic-electric-works.net/sunx

Panasonic Electric Works SUNX Shanghai

Foreword
Thank you for purchasing the AAD03011 inverter produced by Panasonic
Electric Works SUNX Shanghai Co., Ltd.
This manual introduces the usage and precautions. Read the manual
carefully before using the product.

Safety Precautions
Read this manual and related documents before attempting to install,
operate, service or inspect the inverter.
Make sure that you have an understanding of the device, the safety
information and all precautions before starting use.
Precautions prescribed in this manual is divided into two grades:
Caution and Note.

! Caution

The dangerous situations that could lead to personal
injury or death by mishandling the equipment.

! Note

The dangerous situations that could lead to moderate
or slight personal injury or property damage by
mishandling the equipment.

In addition, the precautions prescribed in Caution may lead to
serious situations in different conditions.
Please follow the information and instructions as laid out in this
manual carefully to avoid damage to equipment or risk to personal
injury.

1

1. Installation
! Note
Install the unit on a non-combustible material such as metal.
Installing it on other material could lead to fires.
Do not place the unit near flammable materials.
Doing so could lead to fires.
Do not hold by terminal cover during transportation.
Doing so could cause the unit to drop and lead to injuries.
Do not allow foreign matter such as metal swarf enter the unit.
Entry of this type of matter could lead to fires.
Install the unit according to the instruction manual on a place
where the weight can be withstood.
Failure to do so could lead to dropping of the unit and to injuries.
Do not install or operate an inverter that is damaged or missing parts.
Doing so could lead to injuries.

2. Wiring
! Caution
Always confirm that the input power is OFF before starting wiring.
Wait at least five minutes after turning the input power OFF before
starting use.
Failure to do so could lead to electric shocks or injuries.
Always connect the earth.
Failure to do so could lead to electric shocks or fires.
Wiring work must be carried out by a qualified technician.
Failure to do so could lead to electric shocks or fires.
Always install the unit before wiring.
Failure to do so could lead to electric shocks or injuries.

2

!

Note

Do not connect an AC power supply to the output terminals (U, V, W).
Doing so could lead to injuries or fire.
Connect the correct wiring for the motor. If the wiring is incorrect,
the door control cannot operate properly.
Failure to do so could lead to injuries.
Connect the control terminals correctly. If the wiring is incorrect,
the door control cannot operate properly.
Failure to do so could lead to injuries.
Confirm that the product's rated voltage and the AC power supply
voltage match.
Failure to do so could lead to injuries or fire.
Tighten the terminal screws with the designated tool.
Failure to do so could lead to fire.

3. Operation
!

Caution

Always close the terminal cover before turning the input power ON.
Do not open the terminal cover while the power is ON.
Doing so could lead to electric shock.
Do not operate the buttons with wet hands.
Doing so could lead to electric shock.
Do not touch the inverter terminals when the inverter power is
ON or even when the inverter is stopped.
Doing so could lead to electric shock.
The STOP button is not designed for emergency stop purposes.
Prepare a separate emergency stop switches.
Failure to do so could lead to injury.

3

Always confirm the security and function operation of the elevator
before obstacle detection function is applied.
Failure to do so could lead to injury.
Make sure to input safety sensor in the main controller of the elevator
and to operate the door's obstacle detection on the main controller side.
Obstacle detection function of the inverter does not operate in
CLOSE arrival area.
Always take dual security measures.
Failure to do so could lead to injury.
Make sure to input arrival signal (limit switch etc.)in the main controller
of the elevator and to operate the door's obstacle detection on the
main controller side.
Do not operate obstacle detection of the door only with OPEN/
CLOSE arrival signal (input signal and the relay's output signal).
Failure to do so could lead to injury.
Depending on different settings of the fault OPEN operation forced
operation time and the stop selection of OPEN/CLOSE operation,
sometimes even OPEN/ CLOSE signal are both turned OFF, the door
does not stop.
Confirm the elevator's security and function operation before using
this equipment.
(Secure personal safety before carrying out the operation.)
Failure to do so could lead to injury.
Depending on settings of the start mode and ride-through function
settings, if the run signal is ON or the power is restored after a power
failure, the inverter may start (restart) suddenly. Keep out of the working
part of the motor and the machine.
Design the machine so that personal safety can
be ensured even if the inverter starts suddenly.
Failure to so could lead to injury.
Depending on the start mode function setting, if "the fault trip is reset"
or "the stop state is released with the panel STOP function" or
"door width measurement is reset" when the run signal is input,
the inverter may restart suddenly.
(Secure personal safety before using this function.)
Failure to do so could lead to injury.
When the retry function is used, the inverter may automatically start(restart)
suddenly. Keep out of the working part of the motor and the machine.
(Secure personal safety before using this function.)
Failure to so could lead to injury.

䈀㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷䈁



!

Note

The heat sink fins and brake resistor can reach high temperatures,
so do not touch them. Doing so could lead to burns.DŽ
The inverter can be easily set to run from low speeds to high speeds.
Confirm the tolerable range of the motor and machine before starting
operation.
Failure to do so could lead to injure.
Prepare holding brakes if required.
Failure to do so could lead to injure.
If there is no arrival signal, start operation before ensuring the
security and function operation of the elevator system.
(Secure personal safety before starting operation.)
Failure to do so could lead to injury.
When carrying out the door repeat control and the door width
measurement, the operation direction of the door may change
automatically. Start operation after ensuring personal safety.
Failure to do so could lead to injury.
Adjust and confirm each parameter before operating. Depending
on the settings of the parameters, the inverter may work unexpectedly.
Failure to do so could lead to injure.

4. Maintenance, Inspection and Part Replacement
!

Caution

Wait at least five minutes after turning the input power OFF before
starting inspections.
Failure to do so could lead to electric shock.
Maintenance, inspection and part replacement must be done by
qualified persons. [Remove all metal personal belongings
(watches, bracelets, etc.) before starting the work. ]
(Use tools treated with insulation.)
Failure to do so could lead to electric shocks or injury.

5

!

Note

Have an electrician periodically tighten the terminal screws.
Loosening of the terminal screws could lead to overheating or fire.

5. Others
! Caution
Do not use the inverter for a load other than a three-phase
induction motor.
Never disassemble or modify the inverter. Doing so could lead
to electric shock or injury.

6. General Precautions
All diagrams in this instruction manual show the state with the cover
or safety partitions removed to explain the details. Before operating
the product, replace the covers and partitions to the positions specified,
and operate the unit according to the instruction manual.

7. Warning Lable on Inverter
[Inverter Surface]

䋣 WARNING
䃂 ELECTEIC SHOCK RISK˗

Disconnect supply and wait
䋵 minutes before working on
this equipment.

200V 0.4kW
6

Table of Contents
Points for Handling

䇶Page䇷
8

Special Precautions

9䊶10

Installation

11

Outline Dimensions

12

Parts Identification

13䌾15

Wiring (Main Circuit)

16䊶17

Wiring(Control Circuit)

18䌾22

Operation(Basic Operation)

23䌾28

Function of each modes

29䌾33

Setting and Changing Function

34䊶35

Functional Descriptions (Parameter Table)

36䌾40

Functional Descriptions (By parameters)

41䌾73

Operation procedure of Custom mode
Supplementary Explanation of Door
Width Measurement
Supplementary Explanation of Obstacle
Detection Function of the Door
Supplementary Explanation of
Communication Function
Individual Details and Remedies for
Fault Trips
Resetting Fault Trips

74䌾75
76

Troubleshooting 㽲

91

Troubleshooting 㽳

92

Maintenance and Inspection

93䊶94

Specifications

95䌾97

77
78䌾88
89䊶90
90

7

Points for Handling
Follow this manual and precautions when handling the inverter.
Incorrect handling could lead to inhibited operation or a drop operating
life. In the worst case, the inverter could be damaged.

N䊶F

Power supply

Use within + 10%, -15% of the tolerable input
voltage range, and within 㫧5% of the tolerable
input frequency range.

Circuit breaker
MCCB

Size a breaker from the selection table on page 17.

Magnet
contactor
MC

A magnet contactor is not required in normal
use. If installed, do not start or stop the inverter
with the magnet contactor.

Power factor
improvement
reactor

Connect this when the power factor must be
improved.

Input noise
filter

Connect this when noise to the peripheral
devices is a problem.

Inverter

Thermal relay
for open phase
protection

Motor

8

The ambient temperature is the most important
factor for the installation site. Make sure that the
tolerable value is not exceeded.
(See page 9 and 11)
The thermal component built into the inverter is
used to protect against overloads. Use an open
phase protection thermal relay for open phase
protection.

3-phase induction motor.

Special Precautions
䂹㩷To meet requirements of European standard directive, please refer to precautions
on Page 98.
䂹㩷Use the inverter only within tolerable ambient temperature range.(-10㷄 to 50㷄)
Because the life of the inverter is greatly affected by ambient temperature,
use it within tolerable temperature range. Also, pay attention to the installation
directions and conditions. (See page 11)
䂹㩷The inverter will be damaged if the power voltage is applied to its output terminal.
Applying power voltage to the output terminal U, V or W will damage the inverter.
Check carefully for fault wiring and operation procedure.
䂹㩷Never apply a power voltage that exceeds the tolerable voltage of the inverter.
䂹㩷Never touch the inside of the inverter during operation.
This is extremely dangerous the inverter contains high-voltage circuit. Be sure
to wait at least 5 minutes after the inverter power has been turned OFF, before
making an internal check.
Do not touch the heat sink fins or brake resistor during operation as these parts
will become hot during operation.
䂹㩷Radio interference
The main circuit of the inverter contains a higher harmonic component and may
interfere with communications equipment such as AM radios if these are used nearby.
The amount of radio interference depends on the field strength in the area where
the inverter is used. While it is difficult to completely eliminate radio interference,
it may be reduced by changing the angle of your radio antenna, using a noise
filter with the inverter, housing the inverter in a metallic shield box, or routing
inverter cables in metal conduit. ( Please inquire separately.)
䂹㩷Do not attempt insulation testing between the inverter cables.
To measure the insulation resistance of the power supply cables or the motor
cables, disconnect the inverter connecting wiries and test them with electric
connecting wires. Never conduct insulation testing on the control circuits by
megohm meter. However, insulation testing can be performed between the
charging unit and the ground.
䂹㩷If a magnetic contactor is connected to the power supply side or the load side
of the inverter, never use it to start or stop the motor (door controller).
Switching the inverter on the power supply side ON and OFF frequently by a magnetic
contactor, can cause the inverter to malfunction. Do not turn the inverter on the load
side ON and OFF during operation as this causes inverter fault trips. Start or stop
the motor only by means of inverter run signal.
䂹㩷Do not connect a power factor capacitor or suppressor to the output terminal
of the inverter.
Such devices can damage the inverter, its capacitors and other parts. Remove
the device if one is connected.

9

䂹 Do not use the inverter for loads other than a three-phase induction
motor.

䂹 Precautions regarding Inverter's Protection Function
Various protection functions such as stall prevention, current limit, overcurrent
shut-off are built in the inverter.
These protection functions are used to protect the inverter from the sudden
abnormal conditions in use, so they are not the control functions to be always
used.
Therefore, do not use the applications in which those protection functions
activate in the normal operating conditions.
In some cases, the inverter's life may be shorten, or the inverter may be
damaged.
Always measure the output current, etc. with a measuring instrument, and
check the details of the fault trip memory, and confirm that there is no problem
in the conditions for all the precautions and specifications describled in the
manual when using the inverter.

10

Installation
!

Note

Install the unit on a non-combustible material such as metal.
Installing it on other material could lead to fire.
Do not place the unit near flammable materials.
Failure to do so could lead to fire.
Do not hold the terminal cover during transportation.
Failure to do so could cause the unit to drop and lead to injuries.
Do not allow foreign matter such as metal swarf enter the unit.
Entry of this type of matter could lead to fire.
Mount the unit according to the instruction manual in a place where
the weight can be withstood.
Failure to do so could lead to dropping of the unit and to injuries.
Do not install or operate an inverter that is damaged or with parts missing.
Failure to do so could lead to injury.
[Install the inverter vertically]
[Avoid installing the inverter in
the following locations]
Installing the inverter in any other
way decreases its heat dissipation
effect and results in malfunction.

Vertical

Horizontal

Sideways

[Make sure the ambient temperature
stays within the specifications]
The ambient temperature surrounding
the inverter will increase when it is
installed near a heating unit or housed
inside a panel. This may reduce the
life of the inverter. If you want to house
the inverter inside a panel, give careful
consideration to the cooling method
and panel size.
Tolerable ambient temperature:
-10 㷄㩷to 50㷄

䊶Areas subject to direct sunlight.
䊶Areas subject to water or high levels
of humidity.
䊶Areas with large amounts of oil mist,
dust or fiber dust.
䊶Areas where rain water, water drops
or oil drops may come in contact.
䊶Areas where corrosive gases, explosive
gases or flammable gases are present.
䊶Installation onto flammable materials such
as wood, or near flammable materials.
䊶Areas subject to vibration.
Space around the inverter
10cm or more
5cm
or more

Inverter

5cm
or more

10cm or more

(Ambient temperatures should be measured
at a point 5cm from the inverter.)

11

Outline Dimensions

5
90
100

12

Unit: mm

126

130

121

2䋭㱢5 ( Mounting holes)

Parts Identification
Mounting hole

Frame

Operation panel
Communication
terminal cover

Warning label

Terminal
cover

Control wire lead-in hole

Main circuit wire
lead-in hole

Rating
nameplate
䋪Check the rating nameplate to confirm
that the ordered product has been
delivered.

Heat sink fins
Brake resistor

Mounting hole

Note) The brake resistor is built into the
inverter with brakes only.
(Built into the heat sink fin section.)

[Accessory]
Communication terminal block (1 pc)
Note) Turn off the power supply and remove the communication terminal cover before
installing/ removing the communication terminal block. When the communication
function is not used, the communication terminal cover should be fitted.

[Details on model]
Input power Applicable motor
capacity (kW)
supply
Single-phase
200V

0.4

Model
With brakes

Without brakes

AAD03011G

AAD03011D

13

Explanation of Inside of Terminal Cover

Communication circuit terminal block
(RS485 communication)
Control circuit terminal
block (Relay output)

Control circuit terminal block
(Input and output signal)

Earth terminal
Mounting hole

Brake resistor
connecting terminal block

Note) This explanatory drawing shows
the state with the terminal cover
removed. During normal use, do
not remove the terminal cover.
Main circuit terminal block

Opening and Closing Terminal Cover






㽲 Opening the terminal cover
Lightly push up the cover bottom edge of the terminal cover.
㽳 Closing the terminal cover
Lightly push down the center top edge of the terminal cover.
Note) After closing the terminal cover, confirm that it is securely closed.

14

Explanation of
Operation Panel
䂥㩿UP) button



Main display

Hz

MODE button

MODE



RUN

RUN button

SET button

SET



STOP

STOP button

䂯㩿DOWN) button

Main display

The output frequency, output current, line speed, control
status monitor, data for function setting and parameter No.
are displayed.

RUN button

The switch is used to start the inverter.

STOP button

The switch is used to stop the inverter.

MODE button

This switch is used to change to each "output frequency,
output current display", "frequency setting, control status
monitor", "rotation direction setting", "function setting" mode,
and to switch the display from the data to mode display.

SET button

The switch is used to change the display between the mode
and data display, and to save the data. In the "Output
frequency, output current display mode", this switch changes
the display between the frequency and current.

This switch is used to change the data or output frequency,
and to set forward run direction when carrying out forward
rotation with the operation panel.
This switch is used to change the data or output frequency,
䂯㩿DOWN) button and to set reverse run direction when carrying out reverse
rotation with the operation panel.

䂥㩿UP) button

Handling for the displays of output current, output voltage and internal
DC voltage.
1˅The displayed output current, output voltage and internal DC voltage are not
intended for precise measurement. Use this only as a guide value.
(Use a separate measuring instrument when precise values are required.)
2˅Especially for the displayed output current, a relatively large value may be
displayed at approx.40% or less of the rated current. (For example, even if there
is no output current, a certain level may be displayed. Note that when the
inverter is stopped, "0.0A" will be displayed.)

15

Wiring (Main Circuit)
䋣 Caution
Always confirm that the input power is OFF before starting wiring. Wait
at least five minutes after turning the input power OFF before starting wiring.
Failure to do so could lead to electric shocks, fires or injuries.
Always connect the earth.
Failure to do so could lead to electric shocks, fires or injuries.
Wiring work must be carried out by a qualified technician.
Failure to do so could lead to electric shocks, fires or injuries.
Always install the unit before wiring.
Failure to do so could lead to electric shocks or injuries.

䋣 Note
Do not connect an AC power supply to the output terminals (U, V, W).
Doing so could lead to injuries or fire.
Connect the correct wiring for the motor. If the wiring is incorrect, the door
control cannot operate properly.
Wrong connection could lead to injuries or fires.
Confirm that the product's rated voltage and the AC power supply voltage match.
Failure to do so could lead to injuries or fire.
Tighten the terminal screws with the designated tightening tool.
Failure to do so could lead to fire.

䂓 Precautions on wiring
Note the following points carefully to prevent miswiring and misuse of the inverter.
(Devices may be broken.)
1 Connect the power supply to input terminals (L, N) and the motor to output
terminals (U,V,W).
2 Use sleeved round crimp terminals for power supply and motor terminals.
3 After wiring the main circuit, double check for tightness as access will be limited
once control circuit wiring is in place.
4 When connecting directly to a large capacity power transformer (500kVA or more),
always install a power factor improvement reactor on the inverter's input side.
5 Select connected devices and wire size according to the table on page 17.
6 Class D(3) grounding must be done.
7 To meet requirements of CE Marking, power input end of the inverter shall be
equipped with protection devices for overcurrent, short circuit and leakage of
electricity.

16

䂓 Wiring (Main Circuit Terminal)
Ground marking
䇶 Screw size䇷
Brake resistor

Power
supply

Main circuit terminal: M4
Brake resistor
connection Ground
terminal
terminal

Grounding terminal: M4

Main circuit terminals


Circuit breaker
(MCCB)









Class D(3) grounding
IM

Motor

Note) Always connect protective devices such as fuse for overcurrent, short circuits
and leakage protection to the input terminal.

䂓 Connected Device, Wire Size and Main Circuit Terminal
Tightening Torque
Inverter capacity Circuit breaker Tightening torque
0.4 kW

BC䋭30N 10A

1.2 N䊶 m

Wire size
2 mm 2
䌻 14AWG 䌽

Note1) If the breaker's overcurrent trip is a magnetic type, the device could overheat
due to higher harmonics. Use a load rate of 50% or less in this case.
Note2) When using an installed circuit breaker with motor protection, remove it.

䂓 Precautions for Using Regenerative Brakes
1 When using the regenerative brake, select the one with brakes. The brake
resistor is built in the inverter. (It is built in the radiation fin.)
2 When using regenerative brakes, set the parameter P17 data to"0".
The brakes will not activate when the factory setting "1" is set.
3 The regenerative brake specifications are shown below. Carefully consider
the working conditions before using these brakes.
Note that the inverter could be damaged if the specifications are exceeded.
䊶Maximum duty factor (%ED): 2%
䊶Maximum working time: 3s
䊶Maximum torque: 100%

17

Control Circuit Wiring
䂓 Wiring (Control Circuit Terminal)
To meet requirements of European standard directive, please refer to
precautions on Page 98.
Common

Common


Built-in power
supply

Phase B signal

Built-in power
supply

Input signal

Phase A signal



Open speed
change signal
Close speed
change signal

Safety sensor

Close arrival signal

Open arrival signal

Close signal

Open signal

㽲㽳㽴 㽵 㽶 㽷㽸 㽹 㽺㽻 㽼 㽽

Encoder signal

䂹 Built-in power supply specification: 12 V DC -10%/ +20%, 0.1A or less
Note1) Do not use the Built-in power supply for other devices except for the
encoder power supply. The inverter could be damaged if the Built-in
power supply is connected incorrectly.
Note2) The NPN open collector output should be used for the output signals
(phase A and phase B) of the encoder. Please read the precautions
on the encoder. (See page 21 and page 22)
Note3) The common terminals(㽹and㽽) are connected within the inverter.
Do not ground the common terminal.

䂓 Wiring (Output terminals)

C1

B1

A1

C2

B2

A2

C3

B3

A3

COM NC NO COM NC NO COM NC NO

Relay 1 output

Relay 2 output

Relay 3 output

䂹 Relay output contact specifications:
1c no-voltage contact, 230 V AC 0.3 A, 30 V DC 0.3 A(resistance load)
Mechanical lifetime: 100 million times or more(switching frequency: 180 times/min.)
Electrical lifetime: 100 thousand times or more(switching frequency at rated
control capacity: 20 times/min.)

18

䂓 Wiring ( Communication Terminals)
䂹 Terminals to connect personal computers and PLCs by the RS485
communication.
Terminator

RS485

D䋫

D䋫

D䋫

D䋭

D䋭

D䋭

D䋫

D䋫

D䋫

D䋭

D䋭

D䋭







V䋫

V䋫

V䋫

V䋭

V䋭

V䋭

䌄 䋫 䋺㩷Transmission line + terminal
(RS485 communication)
䌄 䋭 䋺㩷Transmission line - terminal
(RS485 communication)

䋺㩷Terminator terminal
(RS485 communication)

䋪 Related parameter No. P35 to P40.
䋪 Connect the D+ side and D+ side, and
D- side and D- side of the communication
terminals.
Short
D- side and E side of the inverter to
circuit 䋪 The
be a terminator should be shorted.
Do not short the units other than the
terminator.
䋪 Do not use the V+ and V- terminals.
Always leave them open. If they are
connected incorrectly, the inverter
could be damaged.

Transition connecting wire: Max. 500m

䂓 Electric Cable Size and Control Circuit Terminal
Tightening Torque
Terminal
mark

Screw
size

Tightening
torque N䊶m

㽲 䌾㽽

M2

0.22䌾 0.25

M3

0.5䌾 0.6

M2

0.22䌾 0.25

A1 -3䋬B1 -3
C1- 3
D䋫㪃 D䋭㪃 E
V䋫㪃 V䋭

Wire's insulation
removing size

Cable size
0.25䌾 0.75 mm 2
(AWG24䌾AWG18)
0.25䌾 0.75 mm 2
(AWG24䌾AWG18)
0.25䌾 0.75 mm 2
(AWG24䌾AWG18)

䊶Screwdriver: Small-size 㰵screwdriver
(Depth of the edge: 0.4mm/ Width of the edge: 2.5mm)

5mm
6mm
7mm

䊶 Wire's insulation
removing size

[Wiring Method]
䊶For the wiring of the control circuit terminals, use the electric wires after removing the
specific size of wire's insulation.
䊶 Loosening the interminal screws and insert the cables from under the terminal block,
and tighten the screws with a specific torque.
Note1) Twist the strands of the uncovered electric wires.
Do not solder them.
Note2) Tightening loosely causes the wires to be come away or malfunctions.
Tightening too hard causes the short-circuit or malfunctions caused by the
damage to the screw or the inverter.

19

䂓 Explanation of Control Circuit Terminals
Terminal
No.

ԙ
Ԛ

Input terminal of Open arrival signal

ԛ

Input terminal of Close arrival signal

Ԝ

Input terminal of safety sensor

P43,P44

ԝ

Input terminal of Open speed change signal

P09,P43,d48

Ԟ

Input terminal of Close speed change signal

P09,P43,d50

ԟ

Common terminal of input signal 1 to 7

̆

Ԡ

Built-in power supply (+) terminal (12 V DC)

̆

ԡ

Input terminal of encoder (phase A) signal

P09,P46,P52

Ԣ

Input terminal of encoder (phase B) signal

P09,P46,P52

ԣ

Built-in power supply (-) terminal (12 V DC
common terminal)

̆

Ԙ

P08
P08
P43,P45,P47,P76,
d49
P43,P45,P47,P76,
d47

A1

Relay 1 contact output terminal (NO: at factory setting) P48

B1
C1
A2
B2
C2
A3

Relay 1 contact output terminal (NC: at factory setting)

P48

Relay 1 contact output terminal (COM)

P48

B3

Relay 3 contact output terminal (NC: at factory setting)

P50

C3

Relay 3 contact output terminal (COM)

P50

D㧗

Transmission line + terminal
(RS485 serial communication signal)

P35 to P40

D㧙

Transmission line - terminal
(RS485 serial communication signal)

P35 to P40

E

Terminal for setting terminator
(Transmission line- terminal and short-circuit)
̆
Do not short the units other than the terminator.

V㧗
V㧙

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Related Parameter
No.

Terminal Function
Input terminal of Open Signal
(forward run operation)
Input terminal of Close Signal
(reverse run operation)

Relay 2 contact output terminal (NO: at factory setting) P49
Relay 2 contact output terminal (NC: at factory setting)

P49

Relay 2 contact output terminal (COM)

P49

Relay 3 contact output terminal (NO: at factory setting) P50

Unused terminal
Unused terminal

̆
̆

䂓 Precautions on Wiring
1. Use shielded wires for all control signal wires and keep them away
more than 20cm from power lines and strong electric circuits.
2. The wiring length of the control signal wire is 30m or less.
3. The control circuit's input signal is a minute signal, so use two minute
signal contacts in parallel or use a twin contact to prevent contact
faults when inputting the contact.
4. No-voltage contact signal or open-collector signal should be used with
control terminals No. 1 to 7.
(If a voltage is applied across these terminals, the inverter may be damaged.)
䋪㩷Input circuit specifications are shown in Fig. 1.
Take special care to avoid loop or leakage current.
5. Precautions on encoder (Refer to Fig.2 and 3)
Note1) NPN open-collector output is used with ouput signal
(Phase A, Phase B) of the encoder.
Use the transistor that meets the specifications below.
䊶 Max. rated voltage : 30VDC or more
䊶 Rated current
: 20mA or more
Note 2) Power supply of the encoder should be 12 V DC -10%/ ˇ20%.
Note 3) Consumption current of the encoder should be 50mA or less.
Leghth of wiring
Max. 5m
Inverter internal
circuit

Inverter internal
circuit
12V DC

Terminals
No.9

Encoder
VCC

2k 㱅
12V DC
2k 㱅

Terminals
No.10, 11

Terminals
No. 1 to 7
Terminals
No. 8

Output(Phase A,
Phase B)

Terminals
No.12

Fig. 1
Common

Fig. 2

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Note4) Control the cable wiring length of the encoder within 5m or less.
Note5) The max. input pulse frequency and the min. input pulse width
should be used at the following setting.
䊶㩷Max. input pulse frequency (1/T) : 10 kHz or less
䊶㩷Phase difference (t1): 25㱘s or more
䊶㩷Overlap (t2) : 25㱘s or more


Phase A
Phase B

t1

t2

t1

t2

Fig. 3
Note6) Confirm the rotation direction before making the connection of
the output signal (phase A and phase B) of the encoder.
[Judging the pulse signals of phase A and B, and forward/
reverse directions]
Open operation in Phase A
forward direction
(Count addition)

Phase B

Close operation in Phase A
reverse direction
(Count subtraction)

Phase B
6. For the communication cable, use a double-core cable(VCTF) or
twisted pair cable ( with shield). Keep the cable away from power
lines and strong electric circuits.
7. The total length of the communication cable must be 500m or less.

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Operation (Basic Operation)
!

Caution
Always close the terminal cover before turning the input power ON.
Do not open the terminal cover while the power is ON.
Failure to do so could lead to electric shock.
Do not operate the buttons with wet hands.
Failure to do so could lead to electric shock.
Do not touch the inverter terminals when the inverter power is ON or even
when the inverter is stopped.
Failure to do so could lead to electric shock.
The STOP button is not designed for emergency stop purposes.
Prepare a separate emergency stop switch.
Failure to do so could lead to electric shock.
Always confirm the security and function operation of the elevator system
before obstacle detection function is applied.
Failure to do so could lead to injury.
Make sure to input safety sensor in the main controller of the elevator and
to operate the door's obstacle detection on the main controller side.
Obstacle detection function of the inverter does not operate in the CLOSE
arrival area.
Always take dual security measures.
Failure to do so could lead to injury.
Make sure to input arrival signal (limit switch etc.) in the main controller of
the lift and to operate the door's obstacle detection on the main controller side.
Do not operate obstacle detection of the door only with OPEN/CLOSE arrival
signal (input signal and the relay's output signal).
Failure to do so could lead to injury.
Depending on different settings of the fault OPEN operation forced operation
time and the stop selection of OPEN/CLOSE operation, sometimes even
OPEN/ CLOSE signal are both turned OFF, the door does not stop.
Confirm the lift's security and function operation before using this equipment.
(Secure personal safety before carrying out the operation.)
Failure to do so could lead to injury.
Due to setting of the start mode and the ride-through restart function, when
the run signal is ON, the inverter may start (restart) suddenly if the power
is applied or the power is restored after a power failure. Keep out of the
working part of the motor and the machine.
Design the machine so that personal safety can
be ensured even if the inverter starts suddenly.
Failure to so could lead to injury.

䈀㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷䈁

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Depending on the start mode function setting, if "the fault trip is reset" or
"the stop state is released with the panel STOP function" or "door width
measurement is reset" when the run signal is input, the inverter may restart
suddenly.
(Secure personal safety before using this function.)
Failure to do so could lead to injury.
When the retry function is used, the inverter may automatically start (restart).
Keep out of the working part of the motor and the machine.
(Secure personal safety before using this function.)
Failure to so could lead to injury.

!

Note
The heat sink fins and brake resistor can reach high temperatures, so do
not touch them.
Doing so could lead to burns.
The inverter can be easily set to run from low speeds to high speeds.
Confirm the tolerable range of the motor and machine before starting operation.
Failure to do so could lead to injure.
Prepare holding brakes if required.
Failure to do so could lead to injure.
If there is no arrival signal, start operation before ensuring the security and
function operation of the lift system.
(Secure personal safety before starting operation.)
Failure to do so could lead to injury.
When carrying out the door repeat control and the door width measurement,
the operation direction of the door may change automatically. Start operation
after ensuring personal safety.
Failure to do so could lead to injury.
Adjust and confirm each parameter before operating. Depending on the
settings of the parameters, the inverter may work unexpectedly.
Failure to do so could lead to injure.

Before turning power ON, check the following points again.
ķ Check that all wiring is correct.
Reversed wiring between the power supply and the load, in particular,
can result in damage to the inverter.
ĸ Make sure the inverter rating and power supply voltages match each other.
Ĺ Make sure no power factor capacitor is connected to the motor, as it can
damage the inverter and the capacitor.
ĺ Before starting a trial run, check the set frequency.

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Setting the Frequency and Forward/Reverse Run
Function With the Operation Panel
There are following methods for setting the frequency and carrying
out forward/reverse run function with the operation panel.
䊶Frequency setting: [Digital setting method]
䊶Forward/reverse run operation: [Forward run/reverse run method]
[Start/stop, rotation direction mode setting method]
1ˊSetting the frequency
1˅Digital setting method (Parameter P09 set to "0")
Press the MODE button on the panel to enter the frequency setting mode (Fr).
Press the SET button, display the frequency to be set with theƷ(up) button
andͩ(down) button, and then press the SET button to enter the data.
The frequency can be changed by holding down theƷ(up) button orͩ(down)
button during operation. (Hereafter, this function is called the MOP function.)
This MOP function cannot be used when parameter P08 is set to "1".

2ˊForward/reverse run function
1˅Forward run/reverse run method (Parameter P08 set to "1")
Press theƷbutton (forward run) orͩbutton (reverse run) on the panel
to select the rotation direction. Operation will start when the RUN button
is pressed, and will stop when the STOP button is pressed.
䋪The inverter will not start running just by pressing the RUN button.
2˅Sart/stop, rotating direction mode setting method (Parameter P08 set to "0")
First, press the MODE button twice to enter the rotation direction setting
mode (dr). Press the SET button to display the rotation direction data, change
the rotation direction with theƷ(up) button andͩ(down) button, and then press
the SET button to enter the data. (Forward run is set as the factory setting.)
Operation will start when the RUN button is pressed, and will stop when the
STOP button is pressed.
Note) In the case of the door control, the forward run operation is OPEN
operation and the reverse run operation is CLOSE operation.

3ˊCombination of "Mop function", "rotation direction setting mode"
and forward/ reverse run function.
Forward/reverse
run function
Forward run/reverse
run method
Start/stop, rotation direction
mode setting method

MOP function

Details of rotation direction
setting mode

(Cannot be used) Only monitor function
(Can be used)

Monitor function and direction
setting function

Note) When the forward run/reverse run function is set to "forward run/reverse
run method (parameter P08=1) ", the MOP function cannot be used.

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Operating With the Operation Panel -1 (Factory Setting State)
䊶Forward /reverse run function: Start/stop, rotation direction mode setting (Parameter P08=0)
䊶Frequency setting: Digital setting (Parameter P09=0)
[Example for rotating in forward direction at operating frequency 5Hz]
Main display
Power ON

The main display lamp will turn ON.

MODE

Run command

Press the MODE button.

0

0

F

r

Press the SET button.
(The main display will flicker.)

0

0. 5

0

5. 0



Press theƷ(up) orͩ(down) buttons
to display 5Hz on the main display.
(The main display will flicker.)

SET

Press the SET button to set the data.

0

0

RUN

Press the RUN button.
As the factory setting is the forward
operation, the motor will start rotating in
the forward direction and operate at 5Hz.

0

5. 0

SET
Frequency
setting

0



0

[Example for rotating in forward direction at operating frequency 10Hz]
MODE
SET
Changing the
frequency
during
operation



SET

F

Press the MODE button.

r

Press the SET button.
(The main display will flicker.)

0

5. 0

Press theƷ(up) orͩ(down) buttons
to display 10Hz on the main display.
(The main display will flicker.)

1

0. 0

1

0. 0

0

0

Press the SET button to set the data.
The display will change to the output
frequency, and will reach 10Hz.

[Stopping operation]
Stop command

STOP

Press the STOP button. The motor will
start to decelerate and will stop.

0

[Changing the frequency with theƷandͩbuttons during operation (MOP function)]
The operating frequency can be changed with theƷandͩbuttons during operation.
䊶 If theƷ(up) button is held down, the operating frequency will increase.
䊶 If theͩ(down) button is held down, the operating frequency will decrease.
Note ) Once the operating frequency is determined, press the MODE button and then
press the SET button twice to set the operating frequency.
If this is not carried out, this frequency will not be saved when the power is
turned OFF.

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[Continued from previous page, Example for rotating in reverse
direction at operating frequency 10Hz]
Main display

Changing
the rotation
direction

Run command

MODE

Press the MODE button.

F

r

MODE

Press the MODE button.

d

r

SET

Press the SET button.
(The main display will flicker.)

L 䋭

F



Press the䂥(up) button.
(The main display will flicker.)

L 䋭

r

SET

Press the SET button to set the data.

0

0

0

RUN

Press the RUN button.
As the frequency is already set to
10Hz, the motor will start rotating in
the reverse direction and operate
at 10Hz.

1

0. 0

[Example to change to forward rotation during reverse rotation]

Changing
the rotation
direction

MODE

Press the MODE button.

F

r

MODE

Press the MODE button.

d

r

Press the SET button.
(The main display will flicker.)
Press the䂯(down) button.
(The main display will flicker.)

L 䋭

r

L 䋭

F

Press the SET button.
Reverse
The motor will decelerate, and
will start forward rotation at 10Hz.

1

Forward

1

0. 0

0

0

SET

SET

0. 0
0. 0

[Stopping operation]
Stop command

STOP

Press the STOP button.
The motor will start to decelerate
and will stop.

0

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Operating With the Operation Panel -2
䊶Forward / reverse run function: Forward run/reverse run operation (Parameter P08=1)
䊶Frequency setting: Digital setting (Parameter P09=0)
[Example for rotating in forward direction at operating frequency 5Hz]
Main display
Power ON

The main display lamp will turn ON.

MODE

Forward run
setting

Press the MODE button.

0

0

F

r

Press the SET button.
(The main display will flicker.)

0

0. 5

0

5. 0



Press the 䂥(up) and䂯(down) buttons
to display 5Hz on the main display.
(The main display will flicker.)

SET

Press the SET button to set the data.

0

0

0



Press the䂥(up) button, and set the
rotation direction to forward run.
(Press the䂯button to set reverse run.)

0 䋭

F

SET
Frequency
setting

0



䊶Current state (0: Stop, F: Forward run, r: Reverse run)
䊶Set rotation direction (F: Forward run, r: Reverse run)
Press the RUN button.
Run command
RUN
The motor will start rotating in the
forward direction and operate at 5Hz.

5. 0

[Example to change from forward run to reverse run during operation]
Reverse run
setting



Press the䂯(down) button, and set
the rotation direction to reverse run.

F 䋭

r

䊶Current state (F: Forward run)
䊶Set rotation direction (r: Reverse run)
Run command

RUN

Forward
Press the RUN button.
The motor will gradually decelerate,
and will start forward rotation at
5Hz again.
Reverse

[Stopping operation]

5. 0
0. 0
5. 0

Press the STOP button.
0 0 0
The motor will start to decelerate
and will stop.
Note) If the RUN button is pressed after setting the rotation direction, the rotation
direction will not changed.

Stop command

STOP

[Canceling the rotation direction setting]
After setting with the䂥and䂯buttons, the rotation direction can be canceled by pressing
the same button again.

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Function of each modes
The inverter has the following five modes.
ķ Output frequency䊶current display mode, ĸ Frequency setting䊶monitor mode,
Ĺ Rotation direction setting mode, ĺ Control state monitor mode, Ļ Function setting mode
Normally, use in the output frequency䊶current display mode. This mode is entered
when the voltage is applied.

ķOutput frequency䊶current display mode

SET

[Output frequency display]
1.Output frequency 2.Operation preparation
(line speed)
status display

㪈 㪇㪅 㪇

Output current display mode
The output current of the
inverter is displayed.

SET

㪇㪅 㪇 䌁

㪇 㪇㩷 㪇

MODE

SET

ĸFrequency setting䊶monitor mode
The frequency can be digital set ,and the
parameter P09 frequency command can
be monitored.

[Data change and monitor]

SET

䊶㩷Change the frequency with the
Ʒand ͩbuttons, and press the
SET button to set the data.
䊶 The parameter P09 command
frequency is displayed except
during the digital setting.

MODE

䌆 䌲

[Mode display]

MODE

SET

ĹRotation direction setting mode
The rotation direction can be set and
the control status(local/external/
communication) can be monitored
with panel operations.

[Mode display]

[Data change]

SET
MODE

䌤 䌲

MODE
ĺControl state monitor mode
The control state and errors are monitored in
this mode.
The monitor No. is displayed when this mode
is entered.
Set the required No. with theƷ and ͩbuttons.

[Monitor No. display]

䌮 㪇 

Change the data with theƷandͩbuttons,
and press the SET button to set the data.

䌌䋭 䌆

䌌 䋭 䌲

Local : L
External : E

Local Local Forward run Reverse run Communication: C
Note) When the parameter P08 is set to the
data other than "0", the settings cannot
be changed only with the monitor.

SET

[Monitor]

SET

The monitor data is displayed by
pressing the SET button.
(The next monitor No. will appear
when the SET button is pressed.)

MODE

The current monitor No. will appear
when the MODE button is pressed.

MODE
[Continued to next page]

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[Continued from previous page]

Custom mode
Function parameter data distributed to
custom parameter No. can be set,
changed or confirmed.
Set the required No. with the Ʒand ͩ Continuously
press
‹buttons.

[Display parameter No.]

U 0 1

[Display set parameter No.]

P. 0 1

Press the SET button to confirm the
parameter set currently.

ļ Function setting mode
The parameter data can be changed and
monitored in this mode. The parameter No.
is displayed when this mode is entered.
Set the required No. with the Ʒand ͩ
buttons.
In addition, password can be set.
[Display parameter No.] P 0 1
[Display password]

P. P S

Ľ Function setting mode for door control
The parameter data for door control can be
changed and monitored in this mode.
The parameter No. is displayed when this
mode is entered.
Set the required No. with the Ʒand ͩbuttons.
In addition, password can be set.
[Display parameter No.] d 0 1
[Display password]

d. P S

After the parameter set currently
is confirmed,
ƽ The data of the parameter can
be changed when SET button
is pressed.
ƽ The distributed parameter No.
can be changed when the SET
button is held down.
(P region and d region can be
distributed.)
The current parameter No.
will appear when the MODE
button is pressed.
(The data is not set.)

[Data change]
The data can be changed with
the Ʒand ͩbuttons.
Press the SET button and set the
changed data.
(The next parameter No. will appear
when the SET button is pressed.)
The current parameter No. will
appear when the MODE button
is pressed.
(The data is not set.)

[Data change]
The data can be changed with
the Ʒand ͩbuttons.
Press the SET button and set the
changed data.
(The next parameter No. will appear
when the SET button is pressed.)
The current parameter No. will
appear when the MODE button
is pressed.
(The data is not set.)

Password can be set with Parameter P41: P region password and
Parameter d53: D region password.

䂓 Control State Monitor
The following 17 items can be monitored in the control state monitor mode.
Monitor
No.
䌮 01
n02
䌮 03
䌮 04
䌮 05

Indication

Monitor item

Output frequency(unit: Hz)

Output frequency
Output current
Output voltage

Output current (unit: A)
Output voltage (unit: V AC)

Internal DC voltage
Setting frequency

Internal DC voltage (unit: V DC)
Setting frequency (unit: Hz)

䌮 06

Detection frequency

䌮 07
䌮 08
䌮 09

Door position area
Door position
OPEN arrival position data

䌮 10
䌮 11
䌮 12
䌮 13

No. of door switching
Encoder detection status
Fault display 1 (latest)
Fault display 2 (second to latest) Details of errors
(Refer to pages 89 and 90)
Fault display 3 (third to latest)

䌮 14
䌮 15
䌮 16
䌮 17

Monitor for door control
(Refer to pages 31 and 32)

Fault display 4 (fourth to latest)
Control terminal state (input signal)
Control terminal state (output signal)

Input/output of control circuit terminals
(Refer to page 32)

䃂 Output current (n02), output voltage (n03), internal DC voltage (n04)
䊶 The indications of the output current, output voltage and internal DC voltage are
not the accurate indications for measuring. Use those indications to get rough values.
(If you need the accurate values, use a measuring instrument.)

䃂 Detection frequency (n06)
䊶 Detects the actual speed of rotation from encoder signals.
Displays the value as detection frequency that is calculated to the frequency
from a detected speed of rotation.
No. of pulses of encoder per minute[p/min]
Speed of rotation [r/min] ˙
Encoder constant[p/r]
Detection frequency [Hz] ˙

No. of motor poles
120

hSpeed of rotation [r/min]

Note1) The No. of motor poles (Parameter P51) and encoder constant (Parameter
P52) should be set.
Note2) In the non-encoder mode (Parameter P09= [1, 2, 3]), the detection frequency
(n06) cannot be detected. The panel display will be "0.0".

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䃂 Door position area (n07)
䊶 Indicates the operation area of the door position.
[0]: CLOSE hold operation area, [1 to 6]: OPEN operation area
[7]: OPEN hold operation area, [8 to 13]: CLOSE operation area

䃂 Door position (n08)
䊶 Indicates the data value of the door position. (Data range: 1 to 65535)
Operation panel display: Displays as 1 ˙"0.01" and 10,000 ˙"100.".
Monitor by communication function: Directly displays the door position data.

䃂 OPEN arrival position data (n09)
䊶 Indicates the data value of the door position while the OPEN arrival signal is
changing from OFF to ON.
Operation panel display: Displays as 1 ˙[0.01] and 10,000 ˙[100.].
Monitor by communication function: Directly displays the door position data.

䃂 No. of door switching (n10)
䊶 Number of switching can be monitored up to 65,535 times.
Operation panel display: Displays as 1 time ˙"0.01" and 10,000 times ˙[100.].
Monitor by communication function: Directly displays the number of switching.
䊶 The data of the number of switching can be cleared by setting the parameter
P42 (setting data clear) to "2".

䃂 Encoder detection status (n11)
䊶 Indicates the pulse frequency of the encoder signal.
䊶 Also indicates the rotation direction of the motor by the encoder signal.
F: Forward run (OPEN operation), r: Reverse run (CLOSE operation)
Note) In the non-encoder mode (Parameter P09 = [1, 2, 3]), the encoder detection status
(n11) cannot be detected. The panel display will be "0.0".

䃂 Control terminal status (Input signal/output signal) (n16 and n17)
䊶 The statuses of the input and output signals of the control circuit terminal
can be monitored by "Lightening/Lightening out of each LED segment".

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n16: Input signal
Lights: Closed between the input terminal and the common terminal.
Lights out: Opened between the input terminal and the common terminal.
Note) The input signal monitor lights when the input terminal is closed and
lights out when the input terminal is opened. It is independent of the
input signal logic setting.

n17: Output signal
Lights: When the relay coil is energized.
Lights out: When the relay coil is not energized.
LED
position

Input signal
n16

Output signal
n17



OPEN signal

Relay 1 output signal



CLOSE signal

Relay 2 output signal



OPEN arrival signal

Relay 3 output signal



CLOSE arrival signal



Safety sensor signal



OPEN speed change
signal



CLOSE speed change
signal



Encoder phase A signal



Encoder phase B signal



㽶 㽵

㽴 㽳









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Setting and Changing Function
Various function data can be changed and set when the operation is stopped.
Note that some functions can be changed during operation.(See page 35)

Setting functions when operation is stopped.
[Setting example: Change the maximum frequency from 50Hz to 60Hz.]
(Changing the parameter P03 data from "50" to "60".)

Main display

0

0

Press the MODE button

F

r

MODE

Press the MODE button

d

r

MODE

Press the MODE button

n

0



MODE

Press the MODE button(Enter the function
setting mode)
(if a password is set, it must be entered at this
point. See page 53.)
Press theƷ(UP) button twice, and change the
parameter No. to P03.

P

0



P

0



STOP

Press the STOP button to stop the inverter

MODE



0

SET

Press the SET button to display the parameter
P03 data.(The main display will flicker.)

5

0



Press the Ʒ(UP)button, and change the data
display value to "60". (The main display will flicker.)

6

0

SET

Press the SET button to set the data.

P

0



MODE

Press the MODE button to make the
status ready for operation.

0

0

0

OPERATION PREPARATION …The normal stop state will be entered and
COMPLETED
the inverter can be run.

[Setting Precautions]
1ˊAfter the function is set, the inverter will not run unless the MODE button is pressed and
the "operation preparation completed" state is returned to.
2ˊIf the function setting returns to the "operation preparation completed" state during data
changing, while a start input signal is being applied through external control, an "OP"
error will be displayed, causing the inverter to remain inoperative.
䋪Reset the fault indication using the instructions under "Resetting Fault Trips" (page 90).
3ˊThe set data will be stored in the memory even after the power supply has been turned OFF.

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Setting Function During Operation

! Caution:

The motor and motor load fluctuation could change significantly
and the motor may suddenly stop or start when data is being
changed during operation. Before making changes, ensure
personal safety at all times. Failure to do so could lead to injury.

[Setting example: To change torque boost level from 10(%) to 5(%)]
Main display

Control motor with
new data

Control motor with
current data

Operation state (for 10Hz operation)
MODE

Press the MODE button five times,
and enter the "function setting mode."



Press the Ʒ(up) button five times,
and change the parameter No. to P05.
Press the SET button to display the
parameter P05 data.
(The main display will flicker.)
Press theƷ(up) and ͩ(down) button
to set the data display value to "5".
(The main display will flicker.)

SET

䂥 䂯
SET
MODE

Press the SET button to set the data.
Press the MODE button to enter the
"output frequency, output current display
mode".(The display will not change
unless the MODE button is pressed.)



㪇㪅































㪇㪅



䋪 If change the data parameters during operation, please see "Parameter Table".

[Setting Precautions]
1. During operation, the parameters other than those that can be changed
will show data, but the data cannot be changed.
2. If a stop signal is input while changing the data and the inverter stops, the
mode will return to the " operation preparation completed" state.
3. If change the parameters d14 to d27(Open/Close arrival holding frequency
and Open/Close frequency 1 to 6) to "000 setting", output of the inverter will
enter stop state. (The motor will start or stop simultaneously when
theabove-mentioned data are being changed and have been changed, as well
as when the data are being set. Carry out the operation after safety is
confirmed completely.)

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Functional Descriptions(Parameter Table)
The parameter table consists of "P region parameters: P01 to P81" and
''d region parameters: d00 to d65".

䂓 P region parameters: P01 to P81
N o.

Factory
Setting range setting
data

‫ڎ‬P01

1ST ACCELERATION TIME(s)

0࡮0.1 to 999

‫ڎ‬P02

1ST DECELERATION TIME(s)

0࡮0.1 to 999

0.5

V/F PATTERN

50࡮ 60࡮ FF

50

P03

0.5

V/F CURVE

0࡮1

0

TORQUE BOOST LEVEL(%)

0 to 40

10

P06

ELECTRONIC THERMAL FUNCTION SELECT

0࡮1࡮ 2࡮3

2

P07

SETTING OF THERMAL CURRENT(A)

01 to100

3.6

P08

OPERATION COMMAND SELECT

0 to 3

0

P09

FREQUENCY SETTING SIGNAL

0 to 6

0

P10

STOP MODE

0࡮1

0

P11

STOP FRENQENCY(Hz)

05 to 60

0.5

P12

DC BRAKE TIME(s)

0࡮0.1 to 120 000

P13

DC BRAKE LEVEL

0 to 100

P14

MAX. OUTPUT FREQUENCY (Hz)

50 to 250

50.0

P15

BASE FREQUENCY (Hz)

45 to 250

P16

OVERCURRENT STALL PREVENTION FUNCTION

0࡮1

50.0
1

P17

OVERVOLTAGE STALL PREVENTION FUNCTION

0࡮ 1

1

P18

SKIP FREQUENCY 1 (Hz)

0࡮0.5 to 250 000

P19

SKIP FREQUENCY 2 (Hz)

0࡮0.5 to 250 000

P20

SKIP FREQUENCY 3 (Hz)

0࡮0.5 to 250 000

P21

SKIP FREQUENCY BAND WIDTH

0 to10

0

P22

CURRENT LIMIT FUNCTION (s)

0࡮ 0.1 to 9.9

0

P23

START MODE

0࡮1࡮2࡮ 3

0

P24

RIDE-THROUGH RESTART

0࡮1࡮2

0

P25
P26

WAIT TIME (s)
RETRY FUNCTION SELECT

0.1 to 100
0࡮1࡮ 2࡮ 3

0.1
0

P27

RETRY TIMES

P28
P29

LOWER FREQUENCY CLAMP(Hz)
UPPER FREQUENCY CLAMP (Hz)

1 to 10
05 to 250

P04
‫ڎ‬P05

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Parameter name

05 to 250

00

1
0.5
250

Parameter name

No .
P30
‫ڎ‬

P31
P32

‫ڎ‬

MONITOR SELECT
LINE SPEED MULTIPLIER
MAX. OUTPUT VOLTAGE(V)

P33

OCS LEVEL(%)

P34

CARRIER FREQUENCY(kHz)

P35

COMMUNICATION STATION No. SETTING

P36

COMMUNICATION SPEED

P37

STOP (BIT)

P38

PARITY CHECK

P39

TIMEOVER DETECT(s)

P40

SEND WAIT TIME (ms)

P41

P REGION PASSWORD

P42

SETTING DATA CLEAR

P43

INPUT SIGNAL LOGIC SETTING

‫ڎ‬

P44

SAFETY SENSOR RESPONSE TIME(ms)

‫ڎ‬

P45

ARRIVAL SIGNAL RESPONSE TIME(ms)

P46

ENCODER FAULT DETECT TIME(s)

P47

ARRIVAL SW FAULT DETECT TIME(s)

P48

RY1 FUNCTION SELECT

P49

RY2 FUNCTION SELECT

P50

RY3 FUNCTION SELECT

P51

NO. OF MOTOR POLES

P52

ENCODER CONSTANT

P53



P54



P55



P56



P57



P58



‫ڎ‬

P59

OVERLOAD DETECTION FREQUENCY 1 (Hz)

‫ڎ‬

P60

OVERLOAD DETECTION FREQUENCY 2 (Hz)

‫ڎ‬

P61

OVERLOAD DETECTION CURRENT 1 (A)

‫ڎ‬

P62

OVERLOAD DETECTION CURRENT 2 (A)

‫ڎ‬

P63

OVERLOAD DETECTION JUDGEMENT TIME (ms)

Setting range
0࡮1
0.1㨪100
0 ࡮ 1㨪500
1㨪200
08㨪15.0
1㨪31
48࡮96࡮192
1࡮2
0࡮1࡮2
0࡮0.1㨪60.0
1㨪999
0 ࡮ 1㨪999
0࡮1࡮2
0㨪31
0 ࡮ 1㨪999
1㨪999
0࡮0.1㨪2.0
0࡮0.1㨪10
0㨪7࡮r0㨪r7
0㨪7࡮r0㨪r7
0㨪7࡮r0㨪r7
2࡮4࡮6
50㨪999






0 5㨪250
05㨪250
01㨪100
0. 1㨪100
0࡮1㨪999

Factory
setting
data
0
3.0
0
140
10
01
96
1
0
000
001
000
0
0
10
10
0
0
7
4
5
4
512
0
1.0
00
10
00
50
10.0
50.0
1.2
1.2
10

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No.


P64



P65



P66



P67

P68




P69



P70




P71



P72



P73
P74
P75
P76



P77



P78



P79
P80



P81

Parameter name

Factory
Setting range setting
data

OBSTACLE JUDGMENT FREQUENCY
0 䌾100
RATIO (LOW SPEED) (%)
OBSTACLE JUDGMENT FREQUENCY 0
䌾100
RATIO (HIGH SPEED) (%)
OBSTACLE JUDGMENT CHANGE
0.5䌾250
FREQUENCY (Hz)

5.0

OBSTACLE DETECTION
JUDGMENT TIME (ms)

0䊶1䌾999

100

START CONFIRMATION TIME (ms)

100䌾999

200

0䊶0.1䌾500

0.0

0䊶0.1䌾500

0.0

0.0䌾10

0.0

0.0䌾10

3.0

0.0䌾10

3.0

0䊶1䊶㪉

0

0䊶1
0䊶1䊶㪉

0
0

0.1䌾10

1.0

1䌾999

100

0䊶0.1䌾10

0

FORCED ON OPERATION
JUDGMENT TIME (s) 㩷
FAULT ON OPERATION
FORCED OPERATION TIME (s)
FAULT ON OPERATION
OPEN ARRIVAL HOLD TIME (s)
REPEAT

OPEN ARRIVAL HOLD TIME (s)
REPEAT
CLOSE ARRIVAL HOLD TIME (s)
S-SHAPED ACCELERATION/
DECELERATION FUNCTION
STOP SELECT IN OPEN/CLOSE OPERATION
NO ARRIVAL SIGNAL SELECT
SLIP ARRIVAL JUDGMENT
FREQUENCY (Hz)
SLIP ARRIVAL JUDGMENT TIME (ms)
SLIP OPEN ARRIVAL SUBSTITUTE
SELECT (s)

SAFETY SENSOR FUNTION SELECT 0䊶1䊶㪉
FAULT OPEN OPERATION FORCED 0䊶0.1䌾500
OPEN OPERATION TIME (s)

50.0
70.0

0
0.0

Note1) The 䃨㩷mark indicates parameters that can be changed during the
inverter is in operation.
Note2) Parameters P53 to 58(Function cannot be used) indicate the data
is set in factory and cannot be changed.
Note3) For the communication parameters P35 to 40, always turn off the
power supply after the data has been set. The set value will be
effective after the power supply is turned on again.

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䂓 d region parameters : d01 to d65


䃨㩷
䃨㩷
䃨㩷
䃨㩷
䃨㩷
䃨㩷
䃨㩷
䃨㩷
䃨㩷
























㪥㫆㪅㩷


d01 㩷
d02
d03㩷
d04 㩷
d05㩷
d06㩷
d07㩷
d08 㩷
d09 㩷
d10
d11
d12
d13
d14
d15
d16
d17
d18
d19
d20
d21
d22
d23
d24
d25
d26
d27
d28
d29
d30
d31
d32

Parameter name
Setting value of door width
CLOSE Arrival position %
OPEN Speed change position 1 %
OPEN Speed change position 2 %
OPEN Speed change position 3 %
OPEN Speed change position 4 %
OPEN Speed change position 5 %
OPEN Arrival position %
CLOSE Speed change position 1 %
CLOSE
㩷 Speed change position 2 %
CLOSE Speed change position 3 %
CLOSE Speed change position 4 %
CLOSE Speed change position 5 %
CLOSE Arrival hold frequency (Hz)
OPEN Frequency 1 (Hz)
OPEN Frequency 2 (Hz)
OPEN Frequency 3 (Hz)
OPEN Frequency 4 (Hz)
OPEN Frequency 5 (Hz)
OPEN Frequency 6 (Hz)
OPEN Arrival hold frequency (Hz)
CLOSE Frequency 1 (Hz)
CLOSE Frequency 2 (Hz)
CLOSE Frequency 3 (Hz)
CLOSE Frequency 4 (Hz)
CLOSE
Frequency 5 (Hz)

CLOSE Frequency 6 (Hz)
OPEN Acceleration/deceleration time 1 (s)
OPEN Acceleration/deceleration time 2 (s)
OPEN Acceleration/deceleration time 3 (s)
OPEN Acceleration/deceleration time 4 (s)
OPEN Acceleration/deceleration time 5 (s)

Factory㩷
Setting range setting
data
1䌾65535
655.
0䌾100
0
0䌾100
1.5
0䌾100
16
0䌾100
50
0䌾100
70
0䌾100
85
0䌾100
100
0䌾100
95
0䌾100
75
0䌾100
55
0䌾100
15
0䌾100
5
0䊶0.5䌾250
2
0䊶0.5䌾250
6
0䊶0.5䌾250
25
0䊶0.5䌾250
25
0䊶0.5䌾250
25
0䊶0.5䌾250
25.2
0䊶0.5䌾250
5
0䊶0.5䌾250
3
0䊶0.5䌾250
15
0䊶0.5䌾250
18
0䊶0.5䌾250
18
0䊶0.5䌾250
18
0䊶0.5䌾250
5
0䊶0.5䌾250
2
0䊶0.1䌾999
0.5
0䊶0.1䌾999
0.5
0䊶0.1䌾999
0.5
0䊶0.1䌾999
0.5
0䊶0.1䌾999
0.5

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No.

‫ڎ‬
‫ڎ‬
‫ڎ‬
‫ڎ‬
‫ڎ‬
‫ڎ‬
‫ڎ‬
‫ڎ‬
‫ڎ‬
‫ڎ‬
‫ڎ‬
‫ڎ‬
‫ڎ‬
‫ڎ‬
‫ڎ‬
‫ڎ‬
‫ڎ‬
‫ڎ‬
‫ڎ‬
‫ڎ‬
‫ڎ‬

Parameter name

Factory
Setting range setting
data
0࡮ 0.1㨪999 0.5
0࡮ 0.1㨪999 0.5
0࡮ 0.1㨪999 0.5
0࡮0.1㨪999 0.5
0࡮0.1㨪999 0.5
0࡮0.1㨪999 1.2
0࡮0.1㨪999 0.6
0.5
0.0㨪100
0.5
0.0㨪100
0࡮0.1㨪999 0
0.5
0.5㨪250
0.5
0.5㨪250
0.5
0.0㨪10
0.5
0.0㨪10
0
0.0㨪3.0
0
0.0㨪3.0
0.0㨪3.0
0
0
0.0㨪3.0
0࡮0.5㨪250 3
2
0.5㨪250
000
0࡮1㨪999
4

d33 OPEN Acceleration/deceleration time 6 (s)
d34 CLOSE Acceleration/deceleration time 1 (s)
d35 CLOSE Acceleration/deceleration time 2 (s)
d36 CLOSE Acceleration/deceleration time 3 (s)
d37 CLOSE Acceleration/deceleration time 4 (s)
d38 CLOSE Acceleration/deceleration time 5 (s)
d39 CLOSE Acceleration/deceleration time 6 (s)
d40 OPEN Hold current (A)
d41 CLOSE Hold current (A)
d42 STOP time of Open/Close hold operation (s)
d43 OPEN arrival hold wait frequency (Hz)
d44 CLOSE arrival hold wait frequency (Hz)
d45 OPEN arrival hold wait time (s)
d46 CLOSE arrival hold wait time (s)
d47 OPEN breakaway timer (SW mode) (s)
d48 OPEN deceleration timer (SW mode) (s)
d49 CLOSE breakaway timer (SW mode) (s)
d50 CLOSE deceleration timer (SW mode) (s)
d51 Operation frequency when power supply is turned ON (Hz)
d52 Door width measurement frequency (Hz)
d53 Password setting in d area
d54
Fault CLOSE operation frequency 1(Hz)
d55
Fault CLOSE operation frequency 2(Hz)
d56
Fault CLOSE operation frequency 3(Hz)
Fault CLOSE operation frequency 4(Hz)
d57
Fault CLOSE operation frequency 5(Hz)
d58
Fault CLOSE operation frequency 6(Hz)
d59
d60
Fault CLOSE operation acceleration/deceleration time 1 (s)
d61
Fault CLOSE operation acceleration/deceleration time 2 (s)
d62
Fault CLOSE operation acceleration/deceleration time 3(s)
d63
Fault CLOSE operation acceleration/deceleration time 4 (s)
d64
Fault CLOSE operation acceleration/deceleration time 5 (s)
Fault CLOSE operation acceleration/deceleration time 6 (s)
d65
Note1) The䃨indicates parameters that can be changed during the inverter
is in operation.

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Functional Descriptions (By parameters)
1st ACCELERATION TIME (Parameter P01)
output frequency
(Hz)

Used to set the time to accelerate to the maximum
output frequency from 0.5Hz.
Data setting range (s) 0.04 䊶 0.1㩷㫋㫆㩷999
Setting unit (s)
0.1 0.1 㫋㫆100 1 100 㫋㫆㩷999
䊶㩷The display code for 0.04s is "000".
䊶㩷The maximum output frequency is set with parameters
P03 and P14.

Max. output
frequency

0.5
Acceleration
time

1st DECELERATION TIME (Parameter P02)
output frequency
(Hz)

Used to set the time to decelerate from the maximum
output frequency to 0.5Hz.
Data setting range (s) 0.04 䊶 0.1 to 999
Setting unit (s)
0.1 0.1 to100 1 100 to 999
䊶 The display code for 0.04s is "000".
䊶 The maximum output frequency is set with parameters
P03 and P14.

Max. output
frequency

0.5
Deceleration
time

V/F PATTERN (Parameter P03)
A frequency range of 50/60Hz or 50 to 250Hz can be set䊶independently from
the maximum output frequency (50 to 250 Hz).
Data setting
value

Name

50
60

50Hz mode
60Hz mode

The V/F pattern is set regardless of the parameter
P14 and P15.

FF

Free mode

The V/F pattern is set according to the parameter P14 and
P15. The maximum output frequency is set in parameter
P14 and base frequency is set in parameter P15.

Remarks

0
Output frequency 60(Hz)

Output voltag(%)

0
Output frequency 50(Hz)

Output voltag(%)

Output voltag(%)

[50Hz mode]
[60Hz mode]
[Free mode]
Max. output frequency
䊶Max. output frequency=50Hz 䊶Max. output frequency=60Hz
(P14)
䊶Base frequency=60Hz
䊶Base frequency=50Hz
Base frequency(P15)
100
100
100
0
Output frequency(Hz)

Note1) Both the maximum output frequency and base frequency are set to 50Hz as the
factory setting data.
Note2) Take note to the upper frequency clamp (parameter P29) when changing the
maximum output frequency setting.

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V/F CURVE (Parameter P04)




100

Name

Remarks

Constant
For machine
torque mode applications.
Square
For fan and pump
torque mode applications.

Output voltage(%)

Data
setting
value

[Constant torque mode] [Square torque mode]
Output voltage(%)

Used to select either the constant
or square torque mode.

100

0
Output
Base
frequency frequency
(Hz)

0
Output
Base
frequency frequency
(Hz)

TORQUE BOOST LEVEL(Parameter P05)
Used to set a torque boost level that best fits the load characteristics.

Boost
level

0 to 40 (A larger value causes a higher output voltage and stronger boost.)

[Constant torque mode]
100

Boost
level

0
Output
frequency
(Hz)

Output
voltage(%)

Output
voltage(%)

Data setting range

Base
frequency

[Square torque mode]
100

0
Output
frequency
(Hz)

Base
frequency

Note1) If the boost level is too high, an overcurrent fault, overload fault or motor overheating
could occur or the noise could increase.
Note2) The motor current will increase when the boost level is increased. Carefully consider
the settings for the electronic thermal select and setting of current.
(Parameters P06, P07).

ELECTRONIC THERMAL FUNCTION SELECT AND SETTING OF
THERMAL RELAY CURRENT (Parameter P06, P07)
Used to set the operation level of the electronic thermal relay when the motor
overload is detected and the inverter output is to be stopped. Set these parameters
according to the rated current of applicable motor.
[Parameter P06: Setting of electronic
[Parameter P07: Setting of
thermal function details]
thermal relay current]
Data
Data setting range (A) 0.1 to 100
Details of function(Operation coasts
setting Validity of
value function to stop when OL is displayed.)
䋪Set current and thermal operation
Note that the OL trip will occur if a
䊶Set current X 100% Does not trip
current
that
is
140%
of
the
inverter's
0
invalid reference current(3.6A)flows for one
䊶Set current X 125% Trips
minute.
䋪About derating
1
valid
Without output frequency derating
Function to automatically compensate
operation level when motor cooling
2
valid
With output frequency derating
performance drops during low-speed
3
valid
Forced ventilation motor specifications
operation.

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[ParameterP06˙[email protected]
[ParameterP06˙[email protected]
100
100
90
Boost
Boost
Boost
level
level 60
level 60
䋨䋦䋩
䋨䋦䋩
䋨䋦䋩
50
25
50
50
0
0
0 15
Output frequency (Hz)
Output frequency (Hz)
Output frequency (Hz)
100

[ParameterP06˙[email protected]

OPERATION COMMAND SELECT(Parameter P08)
Used to select whether to carry out start/stop and forward/reverse with the
operation panel (panel), with signals input from external devices or with
communication command.
Data Panel
Panel
setting external reset
Operation method and control terminal connection diagram
value control function
0
Start: RUN, Stop: STOP, Forward/reverse: set in dr mode
Panel Provided
Forward run:Ʒ RUN, Reverse run: ͩRUN, Stop: STOP
1

1

OPEN signal (ON: Forward /OFF: Stop)
CLOSE signal (ON: Reverse /OFF: Stop)
Common terminal

2

External
control Provided

3

CommMake the operation command input by communication valid.
unication Provided

!

2
8

Caution:

Depending on the start mode function setting, if the fault trip is reset
or the stop state is released with panel STOP function" with run signal
being input, the inverter may restart suddenly.
(Perform the operation after ensuring personal safety.)
Failure to do so could lead to injury.
䃂 Panel reset function
䊶 When a fault trip occurs, the state can be reset with the "STOP button" on the operation panel.
(This function is called" Panel reset function".)

䃂 Panel STOP function
䊶 When setting external control (Parameter P08="2"), the operation may stop with
"STOP button" on operation panel.
At this time, the panel displays "
".

(This function is called as "Panel STOP function".)

", repress "STOP button" to release the stop state.
䊶 When the panel displays "
In this case , if the operation signal of control terminal is ON, the inverter begins to
carry out operation.

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䃂 Precautions on operation control with control terminal(external control)
When Parameter P08 is set to "2", note that the operations are different
due to different settings of P09.
Parameter setting of Parameter P09
OPEN signal CLOSE signal
(Terminal No.1) (Terminal No.2)

Nj0njǃNj6nj
Frequency
inverter control
Stop

Nj1njǃNj4nj
Door control
(normal)

Nj2njǃNj3njǃNj5nj
Door control (repeat)
Door control (detect)

(Note3)

Stop

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

ON(forward run) operation

OFF

ON

OFF(reverse run) operation

ON

ON

(Note1)

Operation (Note 4)
䋪Rotation directions
may switch
ON(forward run)
automatically.
operation
(Note2)

Note1) When the OPEN / CLOSE signals are turned ON by frequency inverter control:
䊶If Parameter P09 is set to "0, 6", operation status will not change. When the
operation stops and the OPEN / CLOSE signals are turned ON simultaneously,
the operation will not be carried out.

Note2) When the OPEN / CLOSE signals are turned ON by door control:
䊶If Parameter P09 is set to "1, 4", operation status will be ON(forward run) operation.
(OPEN is prior.)

Note3) When the OPEN / CLOSE signals are turned OFF by door control:
䊶If Parameter P09 is set to "1, 4", note that the operations are different due to
different door operation area and different parameter setting status.
䊶Continue to operate(hold operation) in OPEN hold area and CLOSE hold area.
Set parameter d42(stop time of hold operation) if stop operation(hold operation)
is required.
䊶Stop carrying out operation in OPEN operation area and CLOSE operation area.
Set Parameter P70 (forced operation time of fault ON operation) and Parameter
P75(stop select in OPEN/CLOSE operation), if stop operation(hold operation)
is not required.

Note4) Rotation direction setting with door control (repeat):
䊶Start: Start the inverter after rotation direction by OPEN or CLOSE signal is set.
䊶In operation: After the OPEN or CLOSE signal is detected, the rotation direction will
switch automatically. (Arrival hold time may be set by Parameter P72 and P73.)
The rotation direction in "dr mode(rotation direction setting mode) "cannot be set
due to the inconsistence between command signal and control status.

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FREQUENCY SETTING SIGNAL(Parameter P09)

!

Caution

When the door control is being repeated and the door amplitude is being
detected, the operation direction of the door may change automatically.
Secure personal safety before operation.
Failure to do so could lead to injury.
There are three options for frequency setting signal: by operation panel (near),
by operation mode controlled by door or by command from communication.
In case of door control, encoder mode and SW mode may be selected.
Data
setting
value

Control method

Frequency setting value



Operation panel

Digital setting(by setting value of Fr mode)



Door control(normal)
encoder method

Operation mode of door control
(Parameter d14 to d27)
Operation mode of door control
(Parameter d14 to d27)



Door control(repeat)
encoder method
Door control
(door amplitude detect)
encoder method
Door control (normal)
SW method

Operation mode of door control
(Parameter d14 to d27)



Door control (repeat)
SW method

Operation mode of door control
(Parameter d14 to d27)



Communication RS485

Digital setting(by setting value of Fr mode)




Detecting frequency of door width
(Parameter d52)

䃂 Operation mode of door control
䊶 The operation mode of door control may be independently set as OPEN operation
mode and CLOSE operation mode.
䊶 According to the position of the door detected by encoder signal, speed change
SW signal and Arrival signal, the operation is carried out by frequency of Parameter
d14 to d27 and the acceleration/deceleration time of d28 to d39.

䃂 Acceleration/deceleration time
䊶 Data setting value=[0],[3],[6]:
Operation is set according to P01 and P02(1st acceleration time and 1st deceleration time).
䊶 Data setting value=[1],[2],[4],[5]:
Depending on operation mode of door control.
Note) If input CLOSE signal to OPEN operation or input OPEN signal to CLOSE operation,
the operation is carried out by 1st acceleration time and 1st deceleration time of P01 and P02.

䃂 Door control encoder method
䊶 Door control encoder method is operated after the door width setting value of
Parameter d01 is set correctly.

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STOP MODE(Parameter P10)
Used to select whether to ramp-to-stop or coast-to-stop when stopping the inverter.
Data
setting value
0
1

Details

Explanation of operation

The frequency is decelerated by the stop signal according
ramp-to-stop to the deceleration time, and then the motor stops.
coast-to-stop The inverter output is shut off immediately by the stop
signal.

STOP FREQUENCY(Parameter P11)
Used to set the frequency which the inverter output stops when the inverter
decelerate to a stop.
Data setting range (Hz)

0.5 to 60 (Set in 0.1Hz increments)

DC BRAKE TIME and DC BRAKE LEVEL(Parameter P12 and P13)
The DC brake can be applied when the inverter output frequency drops below
the stop frequency during ramp-to-stop or when switching between forward run
and reverse run.
[Parameter P12: The DC brake time is set.]
Data setting range(s) 000 g 0.1 to 120 (The brakes are not applied when 000 is set.)
[Parameter P13: The DC brake level is set.]

Operation frequency
Reverse Forward

Data setting range
[ramp-to-stop]
Stop
frequency
(P11)

0 to 100 (Set in increments of 5. The braking force will increase
when a larger value is set.)
[Forward run / reverse run]

0.5Hz

DC brake time(P12)

䋪The frequency for applying the
DC brake is set by parameter
P11 stop frequency.

䋪The DC brake time when
switching between forward run
DC brake time and reverse run is fixed to 0.1s.
fixed to 0.1s

Used to set the maximum output frequency
and base frequency.
(These parameters are valid only when
"FF" is set in Parameter P03.)
[Parameter P14: The max. output frequency is set.]
Data setting range (Hz) 50.0 WR250
[Parameter P15: The base frequency is set.]
Data setting range (Hz) 45.0 WR250

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Output voltage
㩿䋦㪀

MAX. OUTPUT FREQUENCY and BASE FREQUENCY
(Parameter P14 and P15)
Max. output frequency
(P14)
Base frequency (P15)

100
0
Output frequency (Hz)

Note:1. A frequency higher than the upper frequency clamp (parameter P29) cannot
be output.
2. If a general-purpose motor with a rated frequency of 50 or 60Hz is run at a
frequency exceeding the rated frequency, the motor may be damaged. Always
set the frequency to match the motor characteristics.
3. If the base frequency must be changed together with the max. output frequency
for a high-speed exclusive motor, etc., change parameter P15.
4. When running a general-purpose motor with a frequency higher than the commercial
frequency, the base frequency will be set to the normal motor's rated output
frequency(50 or 60Hz).
5. When using the general-purpose motor at a level higher than the base frequency
(normally 50 or 60Hz), the motor will enter the rated output characteristics, and the
generated torque will drop in inverse proportion to the frequency.

OVERCURRENT STALL PREVENTION FUNCTION(Parameter P16)
When the set acceleration time is too short for the inertial load, this parameter can
be used to temporarily reduce the acceleration rate to prevent an overcurrent trip.
Setting data
0
1

Function details
Stall prevention
function disabled
Stall prevention
function enabled

Note) The level that the stall prevention
functions at can be set with parameter
P33 (OCS level).

OVERVOLTAGE STALL PREVENTION FUNCTION (Parameter P17)
When the set deceleration time is too short for the inertial load, this parameter
can be used to temporarily reduce the deceleration rate to prevent an overvoltage trip.
Setting data
0
1

Function details
Stall prevention
function disabled
Stall prevention
function enabled

Note1) When using the regenerative brakes with the inverter with brakes, set the setting data to "0".
(The regenerative brake function will not be activate with the factory setting "1".)
Note2) The specifications of the inverter built-in brakes are as follow. Consider these carefully
before starting use. Note that the brake resistor and inverter could be damaged if the
specifications are exceeded.
1)Braking torque: 100% 2)Maximum duty factor (%ED): 2% 3)Maximum working time: 3s

SKIP FREQUENCIES 1 to 3(Parameter P18 to P20) and
SKIP FREQUENCY BAND WIDTH (Parameter P21)
If the load mechanism resonates at a specific inverter output frequency, a continuous
operation in that frequency band can be avoided by setting the skip frequency and
the skip frequency band.
䋪Up to three skip frequencies can be set, and the skip frequency band can be set between
1 and 10Hz.

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Data setting 000g0.5 to 250 ("000" is set when
range(Hz) the skip frequency is to be disabled.)
[Parameter P21: Skip frequency band width setting]
Data setting 0g1 to 10 ("000" is set when the skip
range(Hz) function is to be disabled.)

Output frequency(Hz)

[Parameter P18: Skip frequency 1 setting]
[Parameter P19: Skip frequency 2 setting]
[Parameter P20: Skip frequency 3 setting]

0

Skip frequency band width
(Parameter P21)

Skip frequency
(Parameters P18,19,20)

CURRENT LIMIT FUNCTION(Parameter P22)
If the output current reaches the overcurrent stall level due to an overload operation,
the frequency is automatically reduced. When the load returns to the correct level,
the frequency is automatically returned to the original setting, and the operation
is continued. This function is effective for preventing overcurrent trips in machines
that knead glutinous materials, etc.
䋪The function's validity and the deceleration time for automatically lowering the frequency
when the output current reaches the overcurrent stall level are set with this parameter.
䋪The operation level(overcurrent stall level) can be set with parameter P33(OCS level).
00g0.1 to 9.9
("00" is set when the current limit function is disabled. )

Output
current

Data setting
range(s)

OCS level(parameter P33)

Output
frequency

Deceleration time
according to
parameter P22
setting value

Normal
acceleration time
Does not decelerate
to below 10Hz

START MODE(Parameter P23)

䋣 Caution
Depending on the start mode, if the run signal is ON and the power
is turned ON or the power is restored after a power failure, the unit
may start(restart) suddenly. Keep out of the machine.
Design the machine so that personal safety can
be ensured even if the unit starts suddenly.
Failure to do so could lead to injury.

䈀㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷㩷

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Depending on the start mode function setting, if the fault trip is reset
and the OFF state is released by panel STOP function with run
signal being ON, the inverter may restart suddenly.
(Operate the inverter after ensuring personal safety.)
Failure to do so could lead to injury.
This parameter sets the starting operation for the case that a remote-control
set run signal is input when the power is turned ON.
䋪The factory setting is "0"(Run).
䋪When set to "1": OP stops immediately when the power is turned ON.
䋪When set to "2": Operation starts after the wait time has elapsed after the
power is turned ON.
Data Outline
setting operation
value

Details of operation

0

Run

Operation starts immediately when the power is turned ON and the
low voltage level(LU level) is exceeded.

1

"OP" stop

The inverter OP trips when the power is turned ON and the low voltage
level(LU level) is exceeded. Turn the start input signal OFF once, reset
the inverter and then turn the run signal ON again to resume operation.

2

Operate after The inverter starts when the power is turned ON, the low voltage level
(LU level) is exceeded and the wait time is passed.(The wait time is
wait time
set with parameter P25.)

3

The inverter OP trips when the power is turned ON and the low voltage
level(LU level) is exceeded. Turn the start input signal OFF once, reset
the inverter and then turn the run signal ON again to resume operation.
(This setting will function in the same manner as data "1" if the run
signal is ON when the power is turned ON. However, starting after
the wait time has elapsed is possible during normal startup.)

"OP" stop

[When power is turned ON with
run signal ON]
Power
supply

LU level

[When run signal is turned ON after
power is turned ON]
Power
supply

Run
signal

Run
signal

Operation
when "0" is set

Operation
when "0" is set

Operation
when "1" is set
Operation
when "2" is set
Operation
when "3" is set

OP trip
Wait time
OP trip

LU level

Operation
when "1" is set
Operation
when "2" is set
Operation
when "3" is set

Wait time
Wait time

Note) The wait time can be set with parameter P25.

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RIDE-THROUGH RESTART(Parameter P24)

!

Caution

Depending on the restart setting after an instantaneous power failure, the
inverter may automatically start(restart) if the power is restored after a power
failure. Keep out of the machine.
(Operate the inverter after ensuring personal safety. Failure to do so could
lead to injury.)
Used to select the restart mode after an instantaneous power failure occurs,
according to the load conditions and system. A wait timer function is built-in.
Inverter operation in regard to instantaneous power failure time
Data
setting Min. 15ms or Exceeding min.15ms
Exceeding min.
Min. 100ms
value less (Note 1)
100ms (Note 2)
(Note 1)
(Note 2)
䊶The LU trips, and the inverter operates according to the start
mode setting.
䊶"LU" will be displayed, and a fault warning signal will be output.

0
1

2

Operation
continues

䊶Restart from 0Hz after the wait time has elapsed.
Operation
䊶"LU" will be displayed, but a fault warning signal takes place
will not be output.
according to
䊶After the wait time has elapsed, the inverter restarts the details
at the frequency applied before the ride-through set in the
start mode.
restart occurred.
䊶"LU" will be displayed, but a fault warning signal
will not be output.

[When voltage drop time is more than 15ms but less than 100ms]
Voltage drop time
Power
supply
0
Output
frequency

䊶 Data setting value
"0"(No restart after
0
an instantaneous
Output
failure)
frequency
䊶 Data setting value
"1"(0Hz restart)
0
Output
frequency
䊶 Data setting value
"2"(continue to restart)
0

50

LU level

LU
trip

LU
trip

LU
trip

Operates according to the start mode
setting details
Wait time
(parameter P25)

Current limit function

Note1) This is the min. time for operation at the rated output current.
Note2) This is the min. time.
Even if the power failure time is relatively long(approx. 1 min), the inverter may
restart after the power is restored.
Note3) The wait time can be set between 0.1 to 100s. with parameter P25.

WAIT TIME (Parameter P25)
Used to set the wait time for the start mode, the restart function after an
instantaneous failure and retry functions
Data setting range(s) 0.1 to 100

RETRY FUNCTION and RETRY TIME(Parameter P26 and P27)

䋣 Caution
When the retry function is used, the inverter may automatically
start(restart). Keep out of the machine.
(Secure personal safety before using this function. Failure to do
so could lead to injury.)
䂹 If an inverter fault trip occurs, the retry function will automatically reset the
fault and will restart (run) operation after the wait time has elapsed.
Use this function to continue operation.
䊶 Select the "retry function validity" and the details of the fault for carrying
out retry with parameter P26.
䊶 Set the "retry times" with parameter p27.
䊶 The time interval for retrying is set with parameter P25(wait time).
䊶 The fault warning signal will not be output during retry. If a fault occurs
even when the set number of retries has been carried out, a fault warning
signal will be issued.
䊶 If a fault not selected occurs during retry, a fault warning signal will be
output, and the counted retry times will be cleared.
䊶 The counted retry times will be cleared when the power is turned OFF.
䊶 If a fault dose not occur for 5 or more minutes, the counted retry times
will be cleared.

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[Parameter P26: Retry selection setting]
Data setting
Details
value
0

Retry function disabled(Retry is not carried out)

1

Execute retry only for overcurrent fault and heat sink fin abnormal
overheating(SC1,2,3. OC 1,2,3)

2

Execute retry only for overvoltage fault(OU1,2,3).

3

Execute retry for overcurrent fault and heat sink fin abnormal heating
(SC1,2,3. OC 1,2,3)and overvoltage fault(OU1,2,3).

[Parameter P27: Retry times setting]
Data setting range(times) 1 to 10

LOWER and UPPER FREQUENCY CLAMP(Parameter P28 and P29)
Used to set the lower and upper limits of the output frequency.
[Parameter P28:
Lower frequency clamp setting]

[Parameter P29:
Upper frequency clamp setting]

Data setting range(Hz) 0.5 to 250
Setting unit (Hz)
0.1 0.5 to 100Hz  1 100 to 250Hz
Note1) If the upper frequency clamp is lower than the maximum output frequency
(Parameter P14), the upper frequency clamp will have the priority.
Note2) If the lower frequency clamp is higher than the upper frequency clamp, the upper
frequency clamp will have the priority.

MONITOR SELECT and LINE SPEED MULTIPLIER
(Parameter P30 and P31)
Used to select the details of the operation panel's main display.
[Parameter P30:
Monitor details selection]
Data setting Details displayed on
operation panel
value
0
1

Output frequency
Line speed

[Parameter P31:
Line speed multiplier setting]
Used to set the multiplier with respect to the
output frequency when the line speed is displayed
on the operation panel's main display.
Data setting
0.1 to 100(can be set in 0.1 units)
range

Example : Display line speed
Line speed(m/min)= F(Hz) X K(multiplier)
䊶To display the line speed 25(m/min) for 50Hz, set the multiplier(K) to "0.5".
Note) A line speed exceeding "999" is displayed as "9.9.9.".
(The 4-pole motor speed cannot be displayed.)

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MAX. OUTPUT VOLTAGE(Parameter P32)
Used to set the max. output voltage.
0 . 1 to 500(When "0" is set,
the power voltage value will be output.)

Note1) A voltage exceeding
the power voltage cannot
be output.
Note2) This setting does not
affect the DC brake level.

Output voltage

Data setting
range(V)

Power
voltage
Max. output voltage
Base frequency

Output frequency

OCS LEVEL(Parameter P33)
The OCS level (overcurrent stall prevention operation level) and current limit
function level can be set with a percent(%) to the inverter's reference current (3.6A).
Data setting range(%) 1 to 200(can be set in 1 units)
Note1) The OCS level and current limit levels are the same.
Note2) This setting is not related to the electronic thermal relay level and
overload detection level.

CARRIER FREQUENCY(Parameter P34)

.
This carrier frequency can be changed to "reduce motor noise" and to"
avoid mechanical resonance".
䂹 Factory data setting: 10kHz
Data setting (kHz) 0.8,1.1,1.6, 2.5,5.0,7.5,10.0,12.5,15.0(Nine types of settings are possible.)
Note1) This setting can be changed during operation, but the following groups
[Low frequency group]and [High frequency group]can be set only when
the operation is stopped.
[Low frequency group]: 0.8 to 1.6(kHz)
[High frequency group]:2.5 to 15.0(kHz)
Note2) When the carrier frequency is set to 10.0kHz,12.5kHz or 15.0kHz, the
carrier frequency will change depending on the output frequency.
. When it is set to 10.0kHz, the carrier frequency will be output at 7.5kHz for
the output frequency in the range of 0.5 to 5Hz.
. When it is set to12.5kHz or 15.0kHz, the carrier frequency will be output at 5.0kHz for
the output frequency in the range of 0.5 to 5Hz, and at 10.0kHz for the one in the range
of 5 to 15Hz.

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COMMUNICTION PARAMETER(Parameter P35 to P40)
Used to set the parameters necessary for communication.
Parameter
No.

Function name

P35

Communication
station No. setting

P36

Communication speed 48˖ 4800bps/96˖ 9600bps/192˖ 19200bps

P37

Stop bit

1:1bit / 2:2bit

P38

Parity check

P39

Timeover detect (s)

0: No parity/ 1: Odd parity/ 2: Even parity
000 . 0.1 to 60( "000" is the setting not to
perform the time-over detect.)

P40

Send wait time (ms) 1 to 999ǂ

Data setting value and details
1 to 31

Note1) The power supply must be turned off after setting the data for the communication
parameters P35 to P40. The set values will be effective afer the power supply is
turned on again.
Note2) If the hold time for information exchange disabled state exceeds the permitted
time when operation command select(parameter P08) and frequency setting
signal (parameter P09) is being set for communication, the inverter will fault stop
(OP display). The permitted time can be set with timeover detect (parameter P90).

P REGION PASSWORD(Parameter 41)
A password can be set to prevent unintentional changes to the parameter
data after they have been set.
䊶Parameter P41: Sets passwords for the parameters in all regions(P region and d region).
Data setting range 000 . 1 to 999( "000" indicates that there is no password.)

[Procedures for changing parameter
data after setting password]
䋪Example when password is set to "777" for parameter P41.
STOP

Press the STOP button to stop the inverter.

MODE

When the MODE button is pressed five times,
the password input display(P.PS) will appear, and
the main display will flicker.
Press the Ʒ(up) andͩ (down) buttons to display
the previously set password.
(The main display will flicker.)



SET

The parameter No. will appear when the SET button
is pressed.
( Example: When the previous parameter No. is "P01".)

Main display

0

0

0

P. P

S

7

7

7

P

0

1

䋪After this step, the data is changed with the normal changing procedures.
Note) After the password is set, the "function setting mode" cannot appear without
inputing the password.(Write down the password so that you do not forget it.)

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SETTING DATA CLEAR(Parameter P42)
The set data can be changed to the factory setting data in a batch.
Also, the data of the monitor mode n10(No. of door switching) can be cleared.

Data setting
Details
value
0
Data value that indicates normal state.
1

Changes all data to the factory settings.

2

Data of the monitor mode n10(No. of door switching)
is cleared to "0". (Other data will not be changed.)

3

Modify function assignment of self-defining mode to be
ex-factory setting state.

Note) Press SET button when the display value changes to "1" or "2" , then the data
will be cleared. The set data will return to "0" automatically.

INPUT SIGNAL LOGIC SETTING (Parameter P43)
It can be selected to detect the input signal by "A contact input" or "B contact input".
Data setting range

0 to 31

䃂 Setting value
䊶A contact input="0": When SW(switch) signal is closed (terminal level is "L"), ON is detected.
䊶B contact input="1": When SW(switch) signal is opened (terminal level is "H"), ON is detected.

䃂 Setting method
䊶Convert 0 to 4 bits to decimal numbers and input.
䊶 Input the total value of the setting valuehthe additional value for the setting data.
(Example) When CLOSE speed change signal (4bits) and OPEN speed
change signal (3bits) is B contact input.
Setting data=(1h16)ˇ(1h8)ˇ(0h4)ˇ(0h2)ˇ(0h1)˙24
4bit

Signal
name

3bit

2bit

CLOSE
OPEN
speed change speed change

1bit

0bit

Safety
sensor

CLOSE
Arrival

OPEN
Arrival
3

Terminal No.

7

6

5

4

bit

4

3

2

1

0

Setting value
Additional value

0/1

0/1

0/1

0/1

0/1

16

8

4

2

1

Note) The logics of the OPEN signal and CLOSE signal cannot be changed. "A contact
input" is a fixed value.

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SAFETY SENSOR RESPONSE TIME (Parameter P44)

䋣 Caution
Apply obstacle detection function of the door after security and
function operation of the lift is fully ensured.
Otherwise, it could failure to do so could lead to injury.
Must input safety sensor in the main controller of the lift and operate
the obstacle detection of the door in the terminal of the main controller.
Dual security measures must be taken.
Failure to do so could lead to injury.
䂹 When the safety sensor signal is ON, using the obstacle detection function
to fault open the door.
The response time of the safety sensor signal can be set with parameter P44.
The factory data is set to "10(ms)".
If the inverter operate falsely due to noise ect., add the data setting.
(See page 73, the "supplementary explanation of obstacle detection function" .)
Data setting range (ms) 0g1 to 999("0" indicates that there is no safety sensor detection function.)

ARRIVAL SIGNAL RESPONSE TIME (Parameter P45)
Used to set the response time of OPEN arrival signal and CLOSE arrival signal.
The factory data is set to "10(ms)".
If the inverter operate falsely due to noise ect., add the data setting.
Data setting range (ms) 1 to 999

ENCODER FAULT DETECT TIME (Parameter P46)
When there is no encoder's pulse signal, or when the rotation direction of the
pulse signal is different from the one of the command, the encoder fault is detected.
The detection time for the encoder fault can be set with parameter P46.
Data setting range (s) 0g0.1 to 2.0 ("0" indicates that there is no encoder fault detect function.)
Note1) The factory setting is "0"(no encoder fault detect function).
Note2) If the specified detection time is short, "En2" error
(encoder fault detect prevention) may occur.

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ARRIVAL SW FAULT DETECT TIME(Parameter P47)
When door position data is arrival hold area without arrival signal, or OPEN/
CLOSE Arrival signal are both ON, arrival SW fault is detected.
The fault detection time for OPEN/CLOSE Arrival signal can be set with
parameter P47.
Data setting range (s) 0g0.1 to 10 ("0" indicates that there is no arrival SW fault detect function.)
Note) The factory data is set to "0" (no arrival SW fault detect function).

RY 1, 2,3 FUNCTION SELECT (Parameter P48,49 and 50)
Used to set the functions of the relay output ( control terminals A, B and C).
[Parameter P48: Function selection for RY1]
[Parameter P50: Function selection for RY3]

[Parameter P49: Function selection for RY2]

䊶 Energize in on-state: The relay is turned ON when the coil is excited.
( The signal on-state= Across terminals A-C: ON, across terminals B-C: OFF)
䊶 Non energize in on-state: The relay is turned ON when the coil is not excited.
( The signal on-state= Across terminals A-C: OFF, across terminals B-C: ON)

Setting data
Non
Energize in energize
in
on-state on-state
0

Function

Conditions for relay to turn ON

r0

Run signal

ON when run signal is ON or during inverter output.

1

r1

Reverse run
signal

ON when the inverter is running in reverse.

2

r2

Arrival signal

3

r3

4

r4

5

r5

6

r6

ON when the output frequency is within the setting
frequencyf2Hz
ON when the output current is 140%of the reference
Overload alarm current (3.6A) or higher or when the electronic thermal
level is reached.
OPEN arrival The detection position of the encoder is in ON hold
area or OPEN arrival signal is turned ON.
signal
CLOSE arrival The detection position of the encoder is in OFF
hold area or CLOSE arrival signal is turned ON.
signal
Obstacle
detection signal ON when fault ON operation of obstacle detection

7

r7

Fault alarm

ON when the inverter is in the fault trip state.

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NO. OF MOTOR POLES and ENCODER CONSTANT
(Parameter P51 to P52)
Used to set No. of motor poles and encoder constant.
These parameters are used to get the detection frequency from the encoder signal.
䋪Specify the value indicated on the label of the motor for the No. of motor poles.
䋪When the encoder has been directly installed on the motor shaft, specify the encoder
resolution[ No. of pulses per one rotation of the encoder (P/R)] for the encoder constant.
If the encoder had been installed via a reduction gear, specify the reduced value of
the motor shaft.
ǂEncoder constant( reduced value of motor shaft) =
[ No. of pulses per one rotation of the encoder] r[Reduction gear ratio]
Parameter
No.

Function name

P51

No. of motor poles

2:2 poles / 4:4 poles / 6:6 poles

P52

Encoder constant

50 to 999("999" is calculated as "1000".)

Data setting value

Note) No. of motor poles and encoder constant should be specified correctly.
Failure to do so could lead to malfunctions.

ƽ Detection frequency
Actual rotation speed is detected by the encoder signal.
The value that is calculated from the detected rotation speed is the detection frequency.
The detection frequency is used in the case of "obstacle detection function(slip) ",
and so on.
Speed of rotation [r/min]˙
Detection frequency[Hz]˙

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No. of pulses of encoder per minute [p/min]
Encoder constant [p/r]
No. of motor poles
hSpeed of rotation [r/min]
120

OVERLOAD DETECTION FREQUENCY 1, 2 (Parameter P59 and P60)
OVERLOAD DETECTION CURRENT1, 2 (Parameter P61 and P62)
OVERLOAD DETECTION JUDGMENT TIME (Parameter P63)

䋣 Caution
Apply obstacle detection function of the automatic door after security
and function operation of the lift is completely confirmed.
Failure to do so could lead to injury.
Safety sensor must be input in the main controller of the lift, and in
the terminal of the main controller, operate the obstacle detection
of the automatic door.
obstacle detection function of the inverter does not operate in
CLOSE arrival area.
Dual security measures must be taken.
Failure to do so could lead to injury.
䂹 Used to set the parameter of obstacle detection function(current detection)
of the automatic door.
If motor overload is detected by current and reach obstacle judgment level, the
automatic door will carry out the fault ON operation.
Used to set validity of function, current detection level detected by overload and
detection judgment time with these parameters.
(See page 73, the "supplementary explanation of obstacle detection function".)
Parameter
No.

Function name

Data setting value

P59

Overload detection frequency 1 0.5 to 250 Hz

P60

Overload detection frequency 2 0.5 to 250 Hz ǂ

P61

Overload detection current 1

0.1 to 100 A

P62

Overload detection current 2

0.1 to 100 A

P63

Overload detection judgment time

0g1 to 999 ms ("0" is set to no obstacle
detection function.)

Current

P62

P61

Detection
range
Current
detection level

䋪Current detection level is set with the four
setting values of P59 to P62.
If the output current is higher than current
detection level, sandwich of automatic door is
judged and the automatic door carries out
fault ON operation.
䋪The judgment time for obstacle detection can
be set with parameter P63.

P59
P60
Frequency

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OBSTACLE JUDGMENT FREQUENCY RATIO
(LOW and HIGH SPEED) (Parameter P64 and P65)
SANDWICH JUDGMENT CHANGE FREQUENCY (Parameter P66)
OBSTACLE DETECTION JUDGMENT TIME (Parameter P67)

䋣 Caution
Apply obstacle detection function of the automatic door after security
and function operation of the lift is completely confirmed.
Failure to do so could lead to injury.
Safety sensor must be input in the main controller of the lift, and in
the terminal of the main controller, operate the obstacle detection
of the automatic door.
Obstacle detection function of the inverter does not operate in
CLOSE arrival area.
Dual security measures must be taken.
Failure to do so could lead to injury.
䂹 Used to set the parameter of obstacle detection function(slip detection) of
the automatic door.
If motor load is detected by slip and reach OBSTACLE judgment level slip,
the automatic door will carry out the fault ON operation.
Used to set validity of function, frequency ratio detected by slip and detection
judgment time with these parameters.
(See page 73, the "supplementary explanation to obstacle detection function".)
Parameter
No.

P64
P65
P66
P67

Function name

Obstacle judgment
frequency ratio (low speed)
Obstacle judgment
frequency ratio (high speed)
Obstacle judgment
change frequency
Obstacle detection
judgment time

Torque

Obstacle judgment
frequency ratio

Detection
range
Detection frequency
Setting frequency

60

Data setting value

0 to 100(ˁ)
0 to 100(ˁ)
0.5 to 250 (Hz)
0 g1 to 999(ms)("0" is set to no obstacle
detection function.)

䋪 If a motor load (torque) increases, the rotation
speed will decrease. This is called "slip".
䋪 Calculates the detection frequency with the
encoder signal to get the frequency ratio.
When the frequency ration is less than the setting
value of P64 and P65,overload (sandwich of
automatic door occurs) is judged and the automatic
door carries out fault ON operation .
Frequency ratio (%) =
detection frequencyrsetting frequency
䋪 Frequency ratio can change between high speed
Motor
and low speed.
rotation
speed
Changing frequency can be set with parameter P66.
(frequency) 䋪 Obstacle detection judgment time can be set with
parameter P67.

START CONFIRMATION TIME (Parameter P68)
When the inverter is started ( door start operation) and changed between OPEN/
CLOSE(from OPEN operation to CLOSE operation, or from CLOSE operation to
OPEN operation), acceleration torque is required. So load (torque) increases.
In this case, non-detection time can be set with P68 to prevent fault operation
of obstacle detection.
Data setting range (ms)

100 to 999

FORCED ON OPERATION JUDGMENT TIME (Parameter P69)
Used to set the parameter of "obstacle detection function (time detection)" of
the automatic door.
If the time from the start of CLOSE operation to CLOSE arrival reaches the setting
data of parameter P69 or more, sandwich of the automatic door is judged.
The automatic door will be forced to carry out fault ON operation.
Used to set function validity and judgment time of time detection with this parameter.
Data setting range (s)

0 g0.1 to 500("0" is set to no obstacle detection function.)

FAULT ON OPERATION FORCED OPERTION TIME (Parameter P70)

䋣 Caution
Depending on the fault ON operation forced operation time setting,
OPEN signal and CLOSE signal are both turned OFF sometimes,
but the automatic door does not stop. Use this function before security
and function operation of the lift system is completely confirmed.
(Secure personal safety before using this function.)
Failure to do so could lead to injury.
䂹 In fault ON operation of obstacle detection, the operation can be selected
when OPEN signal and CLOSE signal are both turned OFF.
䋪Data setting value ="0" (factory data setting):
Stops running according to command signal
䋪Data setting value =" 0.1 to 499 (s)" :
Stops running till setting time
䋪Data setting value = [500(s)] :
Does not stop running (Carry out operation till OPEN arrival position.)
Data setting range (s)

0 g0.1 to 500

Note1) STOP operation in OPEN and CLOSE hold area is set with parameter d42.
Note2) STOP operation in normal OPEN and CLOSE operation isset with parameter P75.

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FAULT ON OPERATION OPEN ARRIVAL HOLD TIME (Parameter P71)
Used to set the time of the fault ON operation of obstacle detection from reaching
OPEN arrival position to changing to normal operation.
(See page 73, the "supplementary explanation of obstacle detection function".)
Data setting range (s) 0.0 to 10

REPEAT OPEN ARRIVAL HOLD TIME( Parameter P72)
REPEAT CLOSE ARRIVAL HOLDTIME (Parameter P73)
Used to set hold operation time of door control (repeat) when OPEN arrival
and CLOSE arrival.
Till hold time, the rotation direction is reversed.
The selection of door control (repeat) can be set with parameter P09.
Data setting range (s) 0.0 to 10

S-SHAPED ACCELERATION/DECELERATION FUNCTION (Parameter P74)
The acceleration/deceleration pattern can be selected.
Data setting

Details

Frequency

Linear acceleration/deceleration (Factory setting data)
S-shaped acceleration/deceleration (Quadratic curve)
S-shaped acceleration/deceleration (Cubic curve)

Frequency

0
1
2

Acceleration
time

Deceleration
time

Quadratic
curve
Linear
Cubic
curve
Acceleration
time

Note1) The acceleration/deceleration time is always the same regardless of the acceleration/
deceleration pattern (Linear or S-shaped acceleration/deceleration).
Note2) S-shaped acceleration/deceleration function is applicable to all acceleration/
deceleration operations.

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STOP SELECT IN OPEN/CLOSE OPERATION (Parameter P75)

䋣 Caution
Depending on the STOP select in OPEN/CLOSE operation setting,
OPEN signal and CLOSE signal are both turned OFF sometimes,
but the automatic door does not stop. Use this function before security
and function operation of the lift system is completely confirmed.
(Secure personal safety before using this function.)
Failure to do so could lead to injury.
䂹 In OPEN/CLOSE operation, STOP operation can be selected when OPEN
signal and CLOSE signal are both turned OFF.
Data setting

Details

0

Stops according to command signal (Factory setting data)

1

Does not stop (Carry out operation till arrival position.)

Note1) STOP operation in OPEN/CLOSE hold area is set with parameter d42.
Note2) STOP operation in fault ON operation of obstacle detection is set with
parameter P70.

OPEN ARRIVAL SIGNAL SELECT(Parameter P76)
SLIP ARRIVAL JUDGMENT FREQUENCY (Parameter P77)
SLIP ARRIVAL JUDGMENT TIME(Parameter P78)
SLIP OPEN ARRIVAL SUBSTITUTE SELECT(Parameter P79)

䋣 Caution
If there is no arrival signal, use this function before security and
function operation of the lift system is completely confirmed.
( Secure personal safety before using this function.)
Failure to do so could lead to injury.
䂹 There are two options for using door control encoder:
with arrival signal or without arrival signal.
If there is no arrival signal when testing door width, OPEN/CLOSE arrival
position is judged by slip detection and the door width is tested.
Judgment level and judgment time of slip arrival can be set with parameter
P77 and P78.

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[Parameter P76: Setting of no arrival signal select] 䋪Factory setting data = [0]
Function and details
Fault detection of arrival signal
Data
setting OPEN arrival signal CLOSE arrival signal
En3
En4
En5
0
Valid
Valid
Can be detected Can be detected Can be detected
Can be detected Cannot be detected Can be detected
1
Invalid
Valid
Can be detected Cannot be detected Cannot be detected
2
Invalid
Invalid
No OPEN/CLOSE arrival signal (Parameter P76="2").
Obstacle occurs when power supply is turned ON or when door width is being
measured. Then, the position is judged as CLOSE arrival position. In this case,
the door fails to be controlled normally.
During setting, ensure that the obstacle detection shall be detected before slip
arrival judgment.
When measuring the door width, avoid the occurence of obstacle.
In normal door control, arrival position is judged depending on the door position data.
So the door operates normally.
Note1) When using door control SW mode ( Parameter P09= "4, 5"), the setting
of parameter P76 is invalid while arrival signal is required.
Note2) If there is no arrival signal, fault of no OPEN/CLOSE arrival signal ( En4, En5)
cannot be detected.
(En3: OPEN/CLOSE arrival signal are both turned ON.;
En4: There is no OPEN arrival signal.; En5: There is no CLOSE arrival signal.; )

[Parameter P77: Slip arrival judgment frequency setting]
Data setting range (Hz) 0.1 to 10
䋪 Used to set slip arrival judgment frequency.
When the detection frequency calculated according to encoder signal is less than
slip arrival judgment frequency (setting value), slip arrival is judged.
䋪 If the power supply is turned ON or slip arrival judgment fault operation occurs
when door width is measured, decrease the setting value of parameter P77.

[Parameter P78: Slip arrival judgment time setting]
Data setting range (ms) 1 to 999
䋪 Used to set the slip arrival judgment time.
䋪 If slip arrival judgment fault operation occurs when the inverter is being started
(door OPEN operation) and being changed between OPEN operation and CLOSE
operation (from OPEN operation to CLOSE operation or from CLOSE operation
to OPEN operation), increase the setting value of parameter P78.

[Parameter P79: Setting of slip OPEN arrival substitute select]
Data setting range (ms) 0 g0.1 to 10( "0" indicates that there is no data change.)
䋪 When the slip of detection OPEN operation arrives, door position data can be selected
to be changed or not to be changed into door width setting value.(parameter d01).
Used to set the time from detection slip arrival to changed data.
䋪 When the setting data value is "0", data will not be changed.
䋪 From detection to arrival of arrival signal, the position data of the door is changed
but is not related with the setting value of parameter P79.

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Parameter P80: Safety sensor function select
Function select of safety sensor signal in control input terminal No.5 may be carried out.
Setting data
value

Functions

0

When safety sensor signal is ON, fault OPEN operation is
carried out.

1

When CLOSE command signal is ON, and safety sensor
signal is ON, fault CLOSE operation iscarriedout.

2

Operation is carried out as fault CLOSE command signal.

䇼When data value is set to be 0䇽
After safety sensor signal is ON, OPEN operation is forced to becarried out by
the door in virtue of obstacle detect function. Response time of safety sensor
signal may be set with Parameter P44.

䇼When data value is set to be 1䇽
In the state that CLOSE command signal is ON, after safety sensor signal is ON,
fault CLOSE operation is carried out by the door. In case of no CLOSE command
signal, no fault CLOSE operation will be carried out even if safety sensor signal is ON.

䇼When data value is set to be 2 䇽
Control input terminal No.5 serves as fault CLOSE command signal.
When fault CLOSE command signal is ON, fault CLOSE operation will be carried
out. Only with fault CLOSE command, fault CLOSE operation will be carried out.
Priority order of the three run commands (OPEN command, CLOSE command
and fault CLOSE command) is as follows. When all of the three signals are ON
simultaneously, note that operation will becarried out according to the following
priority order.
OPEN
command



fault
CLOSE
command



CLOSE
command

(Note) When fault CLOSE operation is being carried out in CLOSE operation
region, and fault CLOSE command signal is OFF (OPEN command and CLOSE
command are both OFF), note that operation will be different due to setting value
of Parameter P75 ( stop select in OPEN/CLOSE operation).

About fault CLOSE operation
䊶In the event that signal input in control input terminal No.5 (parameter 80 is 䇸1䇹or 䇸2䇹)
is ON, fault CLOSE operation is carried out according to frequency and acceleration /
deceleration time in fault CLOSE operation.
䊶Hold operation is identical to CLOSE hold operation.
䊶In fault CLOSE operation, OPEN operation is carried out when OPEN command is ON.
䊶In fault CLOSE operation, obstacle detect (time, slip and current) is still effective.
䊶Obstacle detect conducted in fault CLOSE operation, its setting value is that of
parameter 81: forced OPEN operation judgment time in fault CLOSEoperation.
䊶When RY1䊶2䊶3function select (P48䌾P50䋩䋽6䇮r6, , obstacle detect signal is set
to be ON in fault CLOSE operation.

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Parameter P81: Forced OPEN operation judgment time in fault CLOSE operation
When setting value of P80 is 䇸1䇹or䇸2䇹, this parameter may be used to set obstacle detect
function (time detect) of the door in fault CLOSE operation. If fault CLOSE operation time from
start to CLOSE arrival exceeds setting valueof Parameter P81, obstacle detect is judged to
occur and the door is forced to carry out fault OPEN operation. This parameter may be used
to set validity or invalidity of function and judgment time of time detect.
Data setting range (ms)

500

䋪If 0 is set to be, it indicates no obstacle detection function.

Setting value of door width(Parameter d01)
When the door width measurement is over, the door width data will be
automatically saved in parameter d01.
(See page 76, " supplementary explanation of door width measurement")
Data setting range 1 to 65535
Note1) Door width data on the operation panel displays as follows.
When the door width data is 1 to 999, measurement data will be displayed directly.
When the door width data is more than 1000, the first three digits will be displayed.
(The last two digits will not be displayed.)
Example: Door width data "65535" displays "655."
The different display when
the data is more than1000
Note 2) Using operation panel to directly set parameter d01(door width setting value),
the display value is the door width data. ( The data which is not displayed has
been cancelled.)
CLOSE and OPEN ARRIVAL POSITION (Parameter d02 and d08)
OPEN and CLOSE SPEED CHANGE POSITION 1 to 5
(Parameter d03 to d07 and d09 to d13)
CLOSE and OPEN ARRIVAL HOLD FREQUENCY( Parameter d14 and d21)
OPEN and CLOSE FREQUENCY 1 to 6 (Parameter d15 to d20 and d22 to d27)
OPEN and CLOSE ACCELERATION/DECELERATION TIME 1 to 6
(Parameter d28 to d33 and d34 to d39)
HOLD CURRENT DURING OPEN and CLOSE (Parameter d40 and d41)
OPEN/CLOSE HOLD OPERATION STOP TIME (Parameter d42)
OPEN and CLOSE ARRIVAL HOLD WAIT FREQUENCY( Parameter d43 and d44)
OPEN and CLOSE ARRIVAL HOLD WAIT TIME (Parameter d45 and d46)
OPEN and CLOSE START and DECELERATION TIMER (SW MODE)
(Parameter d47 to d50)
䋪For data setting, refer to Page 39.

! NOTE
The inverter can be easily set the operation from low speed to high speed.
Start the operation after ensuring the tolerance range of motor
and machinery.
Failure to do so could lead to injury.
When the brake is required to be held, other preparation should be made.
Failure to do so could lead to injury.
䂹 Used to set parameter of door control operation mode.
OPEN operation mode and CLOSE operation mode can be set independently.
The selection of encoder mode and SW mode is set with parameter P09.

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䃂 Arrival position and speed change position (Parameter d02 to d13)
䊶 The arrival position and speed change position can be set with a percent to using
the door width setting value (Parameter d01) as 100%.

Setting change of OPEN/CLOSE arrival position (Parameter d02 and d08)
䊶 In case of no arrival signal, movable range of the door and door width measurement
value is the same. Therefore, setting value of OPEN/CLOSE arrival position is required
to be changed and arrival area width is required to be set.
䊶 If there is no arrival area width, the door position data will not conform to arrival area in
normal operation. To secure the arrival area, the setting of OPEN/CLOSE arrival position
shall be changed.
䊶 Parameter d02 (CLOSE arrival position): Increase the setting value
(Example: If 5% is set, "5ˁˉ0ˁ˙5ˁ" is the arrival area width.)
䊶 Parameter d08 (OPEN arrival position): Decrease the setting value
(Example: If 95% is set, "100ˁˉ95ˁ˙5ˁ" is the arrival area width.)

䃂 Arrival hold frequency (Parameter d14 and d21)
䊶 Set the OPEN/CLOSE arrival hold operation frequency .
Note) If the arrival hold frequency is too high, an overcurrent fault, overload fault
or motor overheating could occur or the noise could increase or the door
could be damaged.

䃂 Frequency (Parameter d15 to d20 and d22 to d27)
䊶 The frequency of OPEN operation mode and CLOSE operation mode should be set.

䃂 Acceleration and deceleration time (d28 to d39)
䊶 While setting the acceleration/deceleration time, set the time from 0.5Hz to Max.
output frequency.
䊶 If input CLOSE signal in OPEN operation or input OPEN signal in CLOSE operation,
the speed is controlled according to the first acceleration time (Parameter P01) or
the first deceleration time (Parameter P02).

䃂 Hold current (d40 and d41)
䊶 Used to set the hold capacity parameter in OPEN/CLOSE hold operation with the
current level.
Note) If the hold current level is too high, an overcurrent fault, overload fault or motor
overheating could occur or the noise could increase.
Note) The motor current will increase when the hold current level is increased.
Carefully consider the settings of the electronic thermal select and current
setting (Parameter P06 and 07).

䃂 Stop time of OPEN/CLOSE hold operation (d42)
䊶 In the OPEN hold area and CLOSE hold area, the inverter will continue to operate
(hold operation), even the OPEN signal and CLOSE signal are both turned OFF.
Set time with this parameter, if stop operation (hold operation) is required,
䊶 Data setting = "0" : (Hold operation) continue to operate (does not stop).
Data setting = " 0.1 to 999 (s)" : Stop operating at the setting time.

䃂 Arrival hold wait frequency and arrival hold wait time (Parameter d43 to d46)
䊶 After the arrival signal is turned on ON, the hold wait operation can be carried out.
Once the hold wait operation is over, it changes to hold operation.
Used to set the frequency and time of the hold wait operation with this parameter.

䃂 Start timer and deceleration timer (Parameter d47 to d50)
䊶 In the SW operation mode, arrival signal and speed change signal as well as
start timer and deceleration timer can be used to set the operation mode.

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䃂 OPEN Operation In Encoder Mode
CLOSE hold
operation

OPEN hold
operation

OPEN operation

d18
d17
Frequency

d31

d29
d28

d16

Hold
wait
time

d19
d32

d45 Hold operation

d33

d30

d20

d15

d43

P02

d02
OPEN
signal

d03

OPEN hold
current d40

d04

d05

d06

d07

d21

d08

ON

CLOSE
signal ON
OPEN
arrival
signal
CLOSE
arrival
signal ON

ON

100%
Door
position
0%

䃂 CLOSE Operation In Encoder Mode
OPEN hold
operation

CLOSE hold
operation

CLOSE operation
d25
d24

Frequency

d35

d23
d34

d26
d37

Hold
wait
time

d38

d46

d39

d36

d27

d22

P02

d08 d09

d10

d11

d12

d13

d44

d02

OPEN
signal ON
CLOSE
signal
OPEN
arrival
signal ON
CLOSE
arrival
signal

100%
Door
position
0%

68

ON

ON

CLOSE hold
current d41
Hold operation

d14

Fault CLOSE operation speed curve in encoder mode
OPEN hold
operation

Fault CLOSE operation

‹W_

‹W`

‹XW

‹\]

‹XX

‹]W

‹]Y

‹\[

OPEN command
signal terminal
No.1

7

8

‹][
‹\_

‹WY
‹]\
‹\`
wWY

12

11

hold wait time
(d46)
Hold operation

‹[[

13

CLOSE
arrival hold
current d41

‹X[

0

னந

CLOSE command
signal terminal
No.2

னந

Safety sensor
signal No.5

னந

OPEN arrival
signal terminal
No.3
CLOSE arrival
signal terminal
No.4

10

9

‹XZ

‹]Z

‹]X
DOOR region

CLOSE hold operation

‹XY
‹\^

‹\\
Frequency

P80˖safety sensor function select Setting value is 1

னந
னந

100%
DOOR
position

0%

Fault CLOSE operation speed curve in encoder mode
OPEN hold
operation

‹W_

‹W`

‹XW

‹\]

‹]W

‹]Y

‹\[
‹]X

DOOR region
OPEN command
signal terminal
No.1

7

8

9

‹XX

CLOSE hold
operation

‹XY
‹\^

‹\\
Frequency

w_WG˖safety sensor function select Setting value is 2

Fault CLOSE operation

‹XZ
‹][
‹\_

‹]Z

‹WY
‹]\
‹\`
wWY

10

11

12

13

Hold wait
time(d46) Hold operation

‹[[

CLOSE
arrival hold
current d41

‹X[

0

னந

CLOSE command
signal terminal
No.2
Fault CLOSE
command signal
terminal No.5
OPEN arrival
signal terminal
No.3
CLOSE arrival
signal terminal
No.4

னந
னந
னந

100%
DOOR
position

0%

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䃂 OPEN Operation In SW Mode
CLOSE hold
operation

OPEN hold
operation

OPEN operation
d17
d19
d32

Frequency

d30
d33

d29
d28

Door area

0

2

OPEN signal
CLOSE signal

d16
d15

Hold
wait
time

OPEN hold
current d40

d45

Hold operation

d20

d47
3

4

d48

P02

5

6

d43

d21

7

ON
ON

OPEN arrival
signal
OPEN speed
change signal
CLOSE speed
change signal
CLOSE arrival
signal

ON
ON
Note) The speed change does not occur
with the CLOSE speed change signal.

ON
ON

Start timer
d47
Deceleration timer

d48

䃂 CLOSE Operation In SW Mode
OPEN hold
operation

CLOSE hold
operation

CLOSE operation
d24
d26
d38

Frequency

d36
d39

d35
d34

Door area
OPEN signal

7

OPEN speed
change signal
CLOSE speed
change signal
CLOSE arrival
signal

d22
8

d46

Hold operation

d27

d49
9

CLOSE hold
current d41

10

d50

P02

12

13

d44

d14

0

ON

CLOSE signal
OPEN arrival
signal

d23

Hold
wait
time

ON
ON
Note) The speed change does not occur
with the OPEN speed change signal.

ON
ON

ON

Start timer
d49
Deceleration timer
d50

70

Fault CLOSE operation speed curve in SW mode
OPEN hold operation

d55
Frequency

d60

7

DOOR region
OPEN command
signal terminal
No.1

d54

8

w_WG˖safety sensor function select

Fault CLOSE operation

d61
d49

9

d58

d56

Setting value is 1

CLOSE hold operation

d65

Hold wait time
(d46)
Hold operation

d59
d62

d64

10

d50

11

d44

d14

P02

13

0

னந

CLOSE command
signal terminal
No.2

னந

Safety sensor
signal No.5

னந

OPEN arrival
signal terminal
No.3

னந

OPEN speed
change signal
terminal No.6

னந

Unchanged speed in OPEN speed change signal

CLOSE speed
change signal
terminal No.7

னந

CLOSE arrival
signal terminal
No.4

னந

Breakaway
timer d49
Deceleration
timer d50

Fault CLOSE operation speed curve in SW mode
OPEN hold operation

d55
Frequency

DOOR region
OPEN command
signal terminal
No.1

d60

7

d54

8

w_WG˖safety sensor function select

Fault CLOSE operation

d61
d49

9

d58

d56

Setting value is 2

CLOSE hold operation

d65

Hold wait time
(d46)
Hold operation

d59
d62

d64

10

d44

‹\W

P02

11

13

d14

0

னந

CLOSE
command signal
terminal No.2
Fault CLOSE
command signal
terminal No.5

னந

OPEN arrival
signal terminal
No.3

னந

OPEN speed
change signal
terminal No.6

னந

CLOSE speed
change signal
terminal No.7
CLOSE arrival
signal terminal
No.4

Unchanged speed in OPEN speed change signal

னந
னந

Breakaway
timer d49
Deceleration
timer d50

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OPERATION FREQUENCY WHEN POWER SUPPLY IS TURNED
ON (Parameter d51)
In the case of the door control, the operation frequency after the power supply
is turned ON can be set.
After the power supply is turned ON, the run signal changes to ON, the inverter
start operating with the operation frequency when the power supply is ON.
When the arrival signal is detected, the inverter returns to the normal operation
mode.
Data setting range (Hz) 0 g 0.5 to 250 ("0" is set to no function setting.)
Note) When the value is set to "0", the operation frequency is the operation mode of the
door position data when the power supply is turned OFF.

DOOR WIDTH MEASUREMENT FREQUENCY (Parameter d52)
Used to set the door width measurement frequency.
(See page 76, supplementary explaination of the door width measurement)
Data setting range (Hz) 0.5 to 250
Note ) Always use the door width measurement frequency at low speed.
When measuring the door width according to the factory setting dara (2Hz),
please increase the frequency, if the door does not activate or operate slowly.

D Region Password (Parameter d53)
A password can be set to prevent unintentional changes to the parameter data
after it has been set.
Set the password for d region parameter with Parameter d53.
Data setting value
d region password setting 000g1 to 999 ("000" indicates that there is no password.)

>Procedures for changing parameter data after setting [email protected]
ˆExample when password is set to "777" for parameter d53.

Main display

Press the STOP button to stop the inverter.
When the MODE button is pressed six times, the
password input display (d.PS) will appear, and the
main display will flicker.

d.

Press the Ʒ(up) andͩ (down) buttons to display the
previously set password. (The main display will flicker.)
The parameter No. will appear when the SET button is pressed.
( Example: When the previous parameter No. is "P01".)
ˆAfter this step, the data is changed with the normal changing procedures.
Note) After the password is set, the "function setting mode" cannot be called without
inputting the password.(Write down the password so that you do not forget it.)

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Fault CLOSE operation frequency (Parameter d54̚d59)
Fault CLOSE operation acceleration /deceleration time (Parameter d60̚d65)
Frequency and acceleration/deceleration time in fault CLOSE operation
accord to setting value of d54 to d59: fault CLOSE operation frequency
1 to 6 and d60 to 65: fault CLOSE operation acceleration/deceleration
time 1 to 6.
Setting data of d60 to d65 are effective only when Parameter P80:
safety sensor function select is set to be 1 or 2.
Speed change position and hold operation in fault CLOSE operation
may use parameters for normal CLOSE operation.
In the event that setting value of fault CLOSE operation frequency is
more than CLOSE frequency, when CLOSE operation becomes fault
CLOSE operation, speed may rise sharply. Therefore, data should be
set to be less than CLOSE frequency.
In the event that setting value of fault CLOSE operation acceleration/
deceleration time is more than CLOSE acceleration/deceleration time,
when CLOSE operation becomes fault CLOSE operation, acceleration/
deceleration time may change sharply according to setting. Therefore,
notice is required to be taken while setting data.

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Operation procedure of Custom Mode
In Custom mode, method used to modify data and assign
functions.
Confirmation of set contents

Custom Mode

MODE

SET

Currently assigned functions may beonfirmed.
Displayed points following region display (P, d)

SET

MODE

modification of
setting data

MODE

SET

Continuo
usly press
(3sec)

Function assignment
of parameters




Encoding main display will
flicker.
After P region is over, press
the UP button and enter d
region.

Modifiable data

SET

SET

Display next Custom parameter No.

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䇼Initial setting value of self-defining mode and initialization of
assignment function 䇽
Ex-factory setting of self-defining parameter No. is shown as follows.
In addition, when function assignment is to be initialized,
parameter 42: setting data clear is set to be 䇸3䇹.
Self-defining
parameter No.

Parameter No.

Function name

U01

P01

1st acceleration time

U02

P02

1st deceleration time

U03

P08

Run command select

U04

P09

Frequency setting signal

U05

P30

Monitor select

U06

P48

RY1 function select

U07

P49

RY2 function select

U08

P50

RY3 function select

U09

P80

Safety sensor function select

U10

P41

P region password setting

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Supplementary Explanation of Door width Measurement
!

NOTE

When the door width is being measured, the operation direction of
the door may change automatically.
Start the operation after ensuring personal safety.
Failure to do so could lead to injury.
Depending on start mode setting, if reset the door width measurement
by inputting the run signal, the inverter may restart suddenly.
(Start the operation after ensuring personal safety.)
Failure to do so could lead to injury.
䃂 The door width measurement is the function that measure the door

width according to the encoder signal and save the measurement
value to parameter d01 automatically. Measure the door width according
to the following operation conditions.
[Operation conditions]
1. Set parameter P09 to "3".
2. Change the run signal to ON.
(Set the run signal according to the operation command of parameter P08.)
3. Start operation towards OFF direction.
( In the course of door width measurement, "CAL" is displayed on panel.)
4. When the CLOSE arrival position is detected, it changes to ON direction.
5. Once the OPEN arrival position is detected, the door width measurement is over.
( When the door width measurement is over, "End" is displayed on panel.)
6. If change the run signal to OFF, the "End" display is reset.
(The setting data value of parameter P09 changes to "1" automatically.)
7. The measurement value of the door width is saved in parameter d01 automatically.
8. Used to set operation frequency of the door width measurement with parameter d52.
( The measurement frequency of the door width must be used with low speed.)
Note1) When the door width is being measured, start the operation after ensuring
that there is no obstacle on the way.
If there is obstacle on the way, the position where the obstacle is located is
determined to be the arrival position. So the measurement cannot be made correctly.
Note2) Set the encoder constant of parameter P52 correctly.

76

Supplementary Explanation of Obstacle Detection Function of The Door
!

Caution

Apply the obstacle detection function of the door after ensuring the security
and function operation of the elevator.
Failure to do so could lead to injury.
Safety sensor must be input in the main controller of the elevator and in the
terminal of the main controller, operate the obstacle detection of the door.
Obstacle detection function of the inverter does not operate in CLOSE
arrival area.
Dual security measures must be taken.
Failure to do so could lead to injury.
䃂 Carry out the obstacle detection of the door according to the following four
major reasons for detection.
Major reason
for detection

Related
parameter

Current
Slip
Time
Safety sensor

P59 to 63
P64 to 68
P69
P44

Door control
Door control
encoder mode
SW mode
Can be detected
Can be detected Cannot be detected
Can be detected
Can be detected

䋪Parameter P68 ( start confirmation time ) is the function to be used to prevent the
fault operation produced by obstacle detection.

䃂 Operation explanation of
obstacle detection

Normal OFF
operation

Fault ON operation
produced by
Normal OFF
sandwich
operation

ON arrival
Door position

CLOSE arrival

Fault ON
operation
OPEN arrival hold
time (P71)

CLOSE signal
Major reason
for detection
obstacle
detection signal

1. Start the fault ON operation according to obstacle detection.
2. Start the subtraction operation of OPEN arrival hold time (parameter P71) timer according
to OPEN arrival signal.
3. When the time of OPEN arrival hold time timer is up, fault ON operation produced by
sandwich is eliminated.
4. After eliminating the fault operation produced by sandwich, CLOSE operation is started.
(If the four major reasons for detection aren't eliminated completely, obstacle detection
signal will not be turned OFF.)

77

Supplementary Explanation of Communication Function
䃂㩷About communication protocol
The communication protocol of the inverter conforms to MEWTOCOL-COM, however, there are
some differences as below.
(For the details on the protocol, refer to our PLC manual.)
(1) It does not support multiple frames.
(2) The usable commands are the following 11 types: RCS, RCP, WCS, WCP, RCC, WCC, RD,
WD, MC, MD and MG.
(Max. reading 䊶㩷writing point number and data of each command are shown in the table as below.)
(3) The data code when using WD and RD commands is "D" (data register).
(4) The contact code when using WC (S, P) and RC(S, P) commands is "R" (internal relay).
(5) Header supports "%" only.
(6) There is no distinction between data and setting areas in the internal memory of the inverter.
It can be treated as word data (16bit) and contact data (1bit) for the same address (region).
Command
code
RCS

Read single point of contact information

Max. reading 䊶
writing numbe
1 point

RCP

Read plural point of contact information

8 points

RCC
WCS
WCP

Read word unit of contact information
Write single point of contact information
Write plural point of contact information

27 points
1 point
8 points

WCC
RD
WD
MC

Write word unit of contact information
Read data area
Write data area
Registration and reset of monitor contact

12 data
27 data
12 data
40 points

MD

Registration and reset of monitor data

16 points

MG

Monitor execution

Contact: 40 points /
data: 16 data

Content

䃂 Send/ receive changeover wait time
Set the wait time to the values larger than the values shown below after the response message
is sent by the inverter and before a host computer sends the next data.
Communication speed (bps)
4800
9600
19200

Wait time (msec)
2.0
1.0
0.5

䃂㩷Processing time on inverter
The internal processing time of the inverter differs depending on the operating conditions, however
it is always below 50ms.
In the case of setting the parameter P42 (data setting clear), maximum 1.5s processing time is necessary
for writing data into the internal memory. When the timeout period is specified on the host computer,
the value which does not give any effect on the system must be set.
Host
computer
Inverter

Transmission
data

Transmission
data
Processing
time

Response
data

Send wait time
(Parameter P40)

78

Wait time

Processing
time

Response
data

Send wait time
(Parameter P40)

䃂㩷Communication Function
The following functions are available depending on communications.
Function

Register No.
Relay No.

Function name

Remarks

DT129

Output frequency

0.01Hz unit

DT130

Output current

0.1A unit

(data type 2)

DT131

Output voltage

0.1V AC unit

(data type 2)

DT132

Internal DC voltage 0.1V DC unit

(data type 2)

DT133

Setting frequency

(data type 3)

DT134

Detection frequency 0.01Hz unit

DT135

Door position area

DT136

Door position

1unit

(data type 1)

DT137

OPEN arrival position data 1unit

˴(data type 1)

DT138

No. of door switching 1time

˴(data type 1)

0.01Hz unit
0 : OPEN arrival

(data type 3)

(data type 3)

1-6 : OPEN operation

7 : CLOSE arrival 8-13 : CLOSE operation
Monitor

Control/
Command

Setting

0.01kHz unit

(data type 3)

DT139

Encoder detection status

DT140

Fault details 1 (latest)

DT141
DT142

Fault details 2 (second to latest) Refer to the next page for the contents
Fault details 3 (third to latest) of the data.

DT143

Fault details 4 (fourth to latest)

R144 ‫غ‬

Control input terminal state Contact data

R145 ‫غ‬

Control output terminal state Contact data

R146 ‫غ‬

Operation status

R147 ‫غ‬

Operation control status Contact data

DT237
DT238

Frequency Without memory
0.01Hz unit
setting
With memory

R250 ‫غ‬

Operation control

DT253

Fault reset command 0x9696

DT255

Emergency stop command 0x9696

DT0 ‫غغغ‬
(Parameter No.)

Parameter setting

+ : FWD

- : REV

Contact data

(data type 3)

Contact data

P region : Register No. = Parameter No.
d region : Register No.= Parameter No.+256

Note1) "ƶ" suffixed to the relay number means the specified position for BIT
(hexadecimal 0 to F). For the details on the functions of each BIT, refer
to each functional descriptions.
Note ) Rrefer to the next page for the explanation of the data type mentioned in
the above table.

79

䃂 Display data and transmission data
For the data for monitoring or setting, the display data of the inverter may differ from
the transmission data, so transmission data should be used as the data to be used
for communication.
Calculate the transmission data using the following table of the data type.
Data type
1
2
3
4
5
6

7
8

Relationship between display data and transmission data
Displayed data and transmission data is the same.
(Transmission data) = (Display data) h10
Data in 0.1 unit
(Transmission data) = (Display data)h10
Data in 0.01 unit
(Transmission data) = (Display data)h100
Parameter P03 (V/F pattern) data
Display data : 50 60 FF
Transmission data : 0 1 2
Parameter P13 (DC brake level) data
(Transmission data) = (Display data) /5
Parameter P34 (carrier frequency) data
Display data
: 0.8 1.1 1.6 2.5 5.0 7.5 10.0 12.5 15.0
Transmission data : 0 1
2 3 4 5
6
7
8
Parameter P36 (communication speed) data
Display data
: 48 96 192
Transmission data : 4 5 6
Parameter P51 (No. of motor poles) data
(Transmission data) = (Display data) /2

䃂㩷Fault details monitor (DT 140 to 143)
Data of fault details is as below.
Data

80

Fault details

0 䋭2

Overcurrent/Over
temperature

3 䋭5

Overcurrent

6 䋭8

Overvoltage

Data
9
10
䋱1
䋱5
䋱䋶
䋱䋷
䋱8
䋱9
䋲0

Fault details
Undervoltage
Overload
Auxiliary fault
Operation error
Encoder fault(No pulse)
Encoder fault (anti-detection)
Arrival signal is turned ON on two sides
No OPEN arrival signal
No CLOSE arrival signal

䃂㩷Input terminal state monitor (R144ƶ)
It indicates the states of the control terminals No. 1 to 7 and phase A and B of the encoder input.

Relay No.

Name

R1440

OPEN signal input state

R1441

CLOSE signal input state

R1442

OPEN arrival signal input state

R1443

CLOSE arrival signal input state

R1444

Safety sensor signal input state

R1445

OPEN speed change input state

R1446

CLOSE speed change input state

R1447

Encoder phase A signal input state

R1448

Encoder phase B signal input state

Details

1: Terminal is ON (closed).
0: Terminal is OFF (opened).

䃂 Output terminal state monitor(R145ƶ)
It indicates the output states of RY output terminal.

Relay No.

Name

R1450

RY1 output signal

R1451

RY2 output signal

R1452

RY3 output signal

Details
1: RY output signal is ON (energized).
0: RY output signal is OFF (not energized).

䃂㩷Operation status monitor(R146ƶ)
It indicates the operation status of the inverter.

Relay No.

Name

Details

R1460

Run signal (RUN)

1: Runs
0: Stops

R1461

Reverse run signal (REV)

1: Reverse operation runs.
0: Stops or forward operation runs.

R1462

Arrival signal(FR-ARV)

R1463

Overload alarm (OL)

R1464

OPEN arrival signal (OP-ARV)

R1465

CLOSE arrival signal (CL-ARV)

R1466

Obstacle detection signal

R146F

Fault alarm

1: It is turned ON.
0: It is turned OFF.

1: Fault state
0: Normal state

81

䃂㩷Operation control status monitor(R147ƶ)
It indicates the operation control status of the inverter.
Relay No.
R1470

Name

Details

OPEN command state

R1471

CLOSE command state

R1472

OPEN arrival command state

R1473

CLOSE arrival command state

R1474

Safety sensor input state

R1475

OPEN speed change command state

R1476

CLOSE speed change command state

1: With command
0: No command

䃂 Frequency setting(DT 237 and 238)
䊶㩷In order to set frequency with communication control, parameter P09 is set to "6".
䊶㩷If registor No. 237 is written into the inverter, the memory inside the inverter does not work.
(Turn off the power supply of the inverter, the set data will not be saved.)
䊶㩷If registor No. 238 is written into the inverter, the memory inside the inverter will save it.
䊶 Use register No. 237 when frequency is changed frequently.
䊶 The inverter cannot be set in faulty case.

䃂㩷Operation control setting(R250ƶ)
䊶㩷When performing the operation control with communication, set parameter P08 to "3".
䊶 If the inverter is in faulty case, fault will not reset even operation command is OFF ("0").
Use fault reset command (DT253), if fault reset is required.
Relay No.
R2500
R2501

Name

Details

Run command state

1: ON command
Reverse run command state 0: OFF command

䃂 Fault reset command(DT253)
䊶㩷The fault reset activates by writing "0h9696" in the register No.253.
䊶㩷The usable data is "0h9696" only.
䊶㩷㪫he command is ignored when the inverter is operating properly.

䃂㩷Emergency stop command(DT255)
䊶㩷The emergency stop activates by writing "0h9696" in the register No.255.
䊶㩷The coast-to-stop function is performed displaying "AU" in the same operation as
the auxiliary fault input.
䊶㩷The usable data is "0h9696" only.

82

䃂㩷Error Codes in Communication
Commands are ignored when an error occurred in communication.
Following error codes are returned to the computer from the inverter in such cases.
Code
(ASCII)

Content

Description

A data error occurred during the communication.
(e.g.) Parity error, framing error

21

NACK error

27

Frame over error A certain command or response is 118 byte or more.

40

BCC error

A transmission error occurred in the command data.

41

Format error

A command message does not match the transmission format.
(e.g.) Parity error, framing error
"㧏" or "transmission destination" is not contained in the message.

42

NOT support error A command that is not supported was transmitted.
A command was transmitted to a transmission destination
that is not supported.

53

Busy error

60

Parameter error The function designated parameter has an incorrect code.

61

Data error

62
63

The previous command is being processed when a message
was received.

There is an error in the designation of the contact No.,
data No. or data code format.
(e.g.) Set data is out of the designated range.
˴˴˴˴
Registeration error Number of registeration exceeded when monitoring data.
Mode error

When the command was transmitted, the operation mode
of the inverter was one that could not process the command.
1) Parameter data setting during the inverter is operating.
2) Parameter data setting during the inverter has an error.

83

䃂 Parameter Setting
䊶㩷For details on the data type in the table, refer to "Display data and transmission data"
on page 80.
Parameter
No.
P01
P02
P03
P04
P05
P06
P07
P08
P09
P10
P11
P12
P13
P14
P15
P16
P17
P18
P19
P20
P21
P22
P23
P24
P25
P26
P27
P28
P29
P30
P31
P32
P33
P34

84

Register
No.
DT1
DT2
DT3
DT4
DT5
DT6
DT7
DT8
DT9
DT10
DT11
DT12
DT13
DT14
DT15
DT16
DT17
DT18
DT19
DT20
DT21
DT22
DT23
DT24
DT25
DT26
DT27
DT28
DT29
DT30
DT31
DT32
DT33
DT34

Function name
1ST acceleration time
1ST deceleration time
V/F pattern
V/F curve
Torque boost level
Electronic thermal function select
Setting of thermal current
Operation command select
Frequency setting signal
Stop mode
Stop frequency
DC brake time
DC brake level
Max. output frequency
Base frequency
Overcurrent stall prevention function
Overvoltage stall prevention function
Skip frequency 1
Skip frequency 2
Skip frequency 3
Skip frequency band width
Current limit function
Start mode
Ride-through restart
Wait time
Retry function select
Retry times
Lower frequency clamp
Upper frequency clamp
Monitor select
Line speed multiplier
Max. output voltage
OCS level
Carrier frequency

Displayed
Data
0࡮0.1㨪999
0࡮0.1㨪999
50࡮60࡮FF
0࡮1
0㨪40
0࡮1࡮2࡮3
0.1㨪100
0㨪3
0㨪6
0࡮1
0.5㨪60
0࡮0.1㨪120
0㨪100
50㨪250
45㨪250
0࡮1
0࡮1
0࡮0.5㨪250

Unit
sec
sec


%

A



Hz
sec

Hz
Hz



Hz
0࡮0.5㨪250 Hz
0࡮0.5㨪250 Hz
0㨪10
Hz
0࡮0.1㨪9.9 sec
0࡮1࡮2࡮3

0࡮1࡮2

0.1㨪100
sec
0࡮1࡮2࡮3

1㨪10

0.5㨪250
Hz
0.5㨪250
Hz
0࡮1

0.1㨪100

0࡮1㨪500
V
1㨪200
%
0.8㨪15.0
k Hz

Data
Internal
type
Data
09990
2
09990
2
0࡮1࡮2
4
0࡮1
1
040
1
03
1
11000
2
03
1
06
1
0࡮1
1
506000
3
01200
2
020
5
500025000 3
450025000 3
0࡮1
1
0࡮1
1
025000
3
025000
3
025000
3
010
1
099
2
1
0࡮1࡮2࡮3
0࡮1࡮2
1
1-1000
2
0࡮1࡮2࡮3
110
5025000
5025000
0࡮1
11000
0-500
1200
08

1
1
3
3
1
2
1
1
6

Parameter
No.
P35
P36
P37
P38
P39
P40
P41
P42
P43
P44
P45
P46
P47
P48
P49
P50
P51
P52
P53
P54
P55
P56
P57
P58
P59
P60
P61
P62
P63
P64
P65

Register
No.
DT35
DT36
DT37
DT38
DT39
DT40
DT41
DT42
DT43
DT44
DT45
DT46
DT47
DT48
DT49
DT50
DT51
DT52
DT53
DT54
DT55
DT56
DT57
DT58
DT59
DT60
DT61
DT62
DT63
DT64
DT65

P66

DT66

P67
P68
P69

DT67
DT68
DT69

P70

DT70

Data
Displayed
Internal
Unit
type
Data
Data
Communication station No. setting 1㨪31
 131
1
48࡮96࡮192  46
Communication speed
7
Stop bit
1࡮2
1
bit 1࡮2
Parity check
0࡮1࡮2
1
 0࡮1࡮2
Timeover detect
2
0࡮0.1㨪60.0 sec 0600
Send wait time
1㨪999
ms 1999
1
P region password
 0999
1
0࡮1㨪999
0࡮1࡮2࡮3
1
Setting data clear
0࡮1࡮2࡮3
Input signal logic setting 0㨪31
031
1
Safety sensor response time 0࡮1㨪999 ms 0999
1
Arrival signal response time 1㨪999
ms 1999
1
Encoder fault detect time 0࡮0.1㨪2.0 sec 020
2
Arrival SW fault detect time 0࡮0.1㨪10 sec 0100
2
RY1 function select
07
07
RY2 function select

1
r0r7
815
RY3 function select
No. of motor poles
2࡮4࡮6
Pole 1࡮2࡮3
8
Cables No. of encoder
50㨪999
p/r 50㨪999
1




1




1




1




1




1




1
Overload detect frequency 1 0.5㨪250
Hz 5025000
3
Overload detect frequency 2 0.5㨪250
Hz 5025000
3
Overload detect current 1 0.1㨪100
A 1010000
3
Overload detect current 2 0.1㨪100
A 1010000
3
Overload detect judgment time 0࡮1㨪999
ms 0999
1
Overload judgment frequency ratio L 0㨪100
% 010000
3
Overload judgment frequency ratio H 0㨪100
% 010000
3
Overload judgment high and
Hz 5025000
3
low changeover frequency 0.5㨪250
Overload detect judgment time 0࡮1㨪999
ms 0999
1
Start confirmation time
100㨪999
ms 100㨪999
1
Forced OPEN operation judgment time 0䊶0.1䌾500 sec 05000
2
Fault detect OPEN operation 0䊶0.1䌾500 sec 05000
2
forced operation time
Function name

85

Parameter Register
No.
No.

Function name
Fault OPEN operation
OPEN arrival hold time

Displayed
Data

Unit

Internal
Data

Data
type

P71

DT71

0.0̚10

sec 0100

2

P72

DT72 Repeat OPEN arrival hold time 0.0̚10

sec 0100

2

P73
P74

DT73 Repeat CLOSE arrival hold time 0.0̚10
DT74 S-shaped accel./decel. function 0࡮1࡮2
DT75 Stop select in OPEN/ CLOSE operation 0࡮1
DT76 No arrival signal select
0࡮1࡮2
DT77 Slip arrival judgment frequency 0.1㨪10
DT78 Slip arrival judgment time 1㨪999
DT79 Slip OPEN arrival substitute select 0䊶0.1̚10

sec 0100

P75
P76
P77
P78
P79
P80
P81

DT80 Safety sensor function select 0࡮1࡮2
DT81 Fault OPERN operation
0䊶0.1䌾500
Forced OPEN operation time (s)

2



0࡮1࡮2

1



Hz
ms
sec


0࡮1
0࡮1࡮2
1100
1999
0100

1
1
2
1
2
1

0࡮1࡮2

sec 05000

2

Note1) For the communication parameters P35 to 40, always turn off the power supply
after the data has been set. The set value will be effective after the power supply
is turned on again.
Parameter
No.
d01
d02
d03
d04
d05
d06
d07
d08
d09
䌤10
䌤11
䌤12
䌤13
䌤14
䌤15
䌤16
䌤17
䌤18

86

Register
No.
DT257
DT258
DT259
DT260
DT261
DT262
DT263
DT264
DT265
DT266
DT267
DT268
DT269
DT270
DT271
DT272
DT273
DT274

Function name
Setting value of door width
CLOSE

Arrival position

OPEN Speed change position 1
OPEN Speed change position 2
OPEN Speed change position 3
OPEN Speed change position 4
OPEN Speed change position 5
OPEN Arrival position
CLOSE Speed change position 1
CLOSE Speed change position 2
CLOSE Speed change position 3
CLOSE Speed change position 4
CLOSE Speed change position 5
CLOSE Arrival hold frequency
OPEN Frequency 1
OPEN Frequency 2
OPEN Frequency 3
OPEN Frequency 4

Displayed
Data
0.01䌾655
0䌾100
0䌾100
0䌾100
0䌾100
0䌾100
0䌾100
0䌾100
0䌾100
0䌾100
0䌾100
0䌾100
0䌾100
0䊶0.5䌾250
0䊶0.5䌾250
0䊶0.5䌾250
0䊶0.5䌾250
0䊶0.5䌾250

Unit
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz

Internal
Data
1-65535
0-10000
0-10000
0-10000
0-10000
0-10000
0-10000
0-10000
0-10000
0-10000
0-10000
0-10000
0-10000
0-25000
0-25000
0-25000
0-25000
0-25000

Data
type
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

Parameter
No.
䌤19
䌤20
d21
d22
d23
d24
d25
d26
d27
d28
d29
d30
d31
d32
d33
d34
d35
d36
d37
d38
d39

Register
No.
DT275
DT276
DT277
DT278
DT279
DT280
DT281
DT282
DT283
DT284
DT285
DT286
DT287
DT288
DT289
DT290
DT291
DT292
DT293
DT294
DT295

Function nam
OPEN Frequency 5
OPEN Frequency 6
OPEN
˴ Arrival hold frequency
CLOSE Frequency 1
CLOSE Frequency 2
CLOSE Frequency 3
CLOSE Frequency 4
CLOSE Frequency 5
CLOSE Frequency 6
OPEN Accel./decel. time 1
OPEN Accel./decel. time 2
OPEN Accel./decel. time 3
OPEN Accel./decel. time 4
OPEN Accel./decel. time 5
OPEN Accel./decel. time 6
CLOSE Accel./decel. time 1
CLOSE Accel./decel. time 2
CLOSE Accel./decel. time 3
CLOSE Accel./decel. time 4
CLOSE Accel./decel. time 5
CLOSE Accel./decel. time 6

Displayed
Data
0䊶0.5䌾250
0䊶0.5䌾250
0࡮0.5㨪250
0࡮0.5㨪250
0࡮0.5㨪250
0࡮0.5㨪250
0࡮0.5㨪250
0࡮0.5㨪250
0࡮0.5㨪250
0࡮0.1㨪999
0࡮0.1㨪999
0࡮0.1㨪999
0࡮0.1㨪999
0࡮0.1㨪999
0࡮0.1㨪999
0࡮0.1㨪999
0࡮0.1㨪999
0࡮0.1㨪999
0࡮0.1㨪999
0࡮0.1㨪999
0࡮0.1㨪999
0.0㨪100
0.0㨪100

d40
d41

DT296 OPEN Hold current
DT297 CLOSE Hold current

d42
d43
d44
d45

DT298
DT299
DT300
DT301

d46
d47
d48
d49
d50

DT302
DT303
DT304
DT305
DT306

d51

DT307

0࡮0.1㨪999
0.5㨪250
0.5㨪250
0.0㨪10
CLOSE arrival hold wait time 0.0㨪10
OPEN start timer
˴(SW mode)
0.0㨪3.0
OPEN deceleration timer (SW mode) 0.0㨪3.0
CLOSE start timer (SW mode)
0.0㨪3.0
CLOSE deceleration timer (SW mode) 0.0㨪3.0
Operation frequency when
power supply is turned ON 0࡮0.5㨪250

d52
d53
d54
d55

DT308
DT309
DT310
DT311

Door width measurement frequency
Password setting in D region
Fault CLOSE operation frequency 1 (Hz)
Fault CLOSE operation frequency 2 (Hz)

STOP time of OPEN/ CLOSE hold operation
OPEN arrival hold wait frequency
CLOSE arrival hold wait frequency
OPEN arrival hold wait time

Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
sec
sec
sec
sec
sec
sec
sec
sec
sec
sec
sec
sec
A
A

Internal
Data
0-25000
0-25000
0-25000
0-25000
0-25000
0-25000
0-25000
0-25000
0-25000
0-9990
0-9990
0-9990
0-9990
0-9990
0-9990
0-9990
0-9990
0-9990
0-9990
0-9990
0-9990
0-1000
0-1000

Data
type
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2

sec
Hz
Hz
sec
sec
sec
sec
sec
sec

0-9990
50-25000
50-25000
0-100
0-100
0-300
0-300
0-300
0-300

2
3
3
2
2
3
3
3
3

Unit

Hz 0-25000

0.5㨪250
Hz 50-25000
0࡮1㨪999
 0-999
0࡮0.5㨪250 Hz 0-25000
0࡮0.5㨪250 Hz 0-25000

3
3
1
3
3

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Parameter
No.
d56
d57
d58
d59
d60
d61
d62
d63
d64
d65

88

Register
No.
DT312
DT313
DT314
DT315

Function nam

Fault CLOSE operation frequency 3 (Hz)
Fault CLOSE operation frequency 4 (Hz)
Fault CLOSE operation frequency 5 (Hz)
Fault CLOSE operation frequency 6 (Hz)
DT316 Fault CLOSE operation acceleration /
deceleration time 1 (s)
Fault CLOSE operation acceleration /
DT317 deceleration time 2 (s)
Fault CLOSE operation acceleration /
DT318 deceleration time 3 (s)
Fault CLOSE operation acceleration /
DT319 deceleration time 4 (s)
DT320 Fault CLOSE operation acceleration /
deceleration time 5 (s)
Fault CLOSE operation acceleration /
DT321 deceleration time 6 (s)

Displayed
Data

Unit

Internal
Data

Data
type

Details and Remedies for Fault Trips
Fault trip memory..... The cause of the trip can be saved in parameter n12 to n15.
The details on the latest trip and the three prior trips are saved even if the power is turned
OFF. ( The details of the shipment inspection are saved when the unit is shipped.)
Display

Details and cause of fault

Remedies

SC1

䊶Instantaneous overcurrent during
acceleration or abnormal heating
of heat sink fins

䊶Check for an output short-circuit or ground faul
䊶Check the ambient temperature
䊶Increase the acceleration time

SC2

䊶Instantaneous overcurrent during
constant speed or abnormal heating
of heat sink fins

䊶Check for output short-circuit or ground fault
䊶Check ambient temperature
䊶Eliminate excessive changes in load

SC3

䊶Instantaneous overcurrent during
deceleration or abnormal heating
of heat sink fins

䊶Check for output short-circuit or ground fault
䊶Check ambient temperature
䊶Increase the deceleration time

OC1

䊶Overcurrent during acceleration

OC2

䊶Overcurrent during constant speed

OC3

䊶Overcurrent during deceleration

䊶Check for an open output phase and
Eliminate sudden changes in load
䊶Increase the acceleration and deceleration times
䊶Adjust the torque boost level
䊶Check the restart in inertia
䊶Do not switch the electromagnetic
contactor at the load side

䊶Excessive internal DC voltage during
acceleration
䊶Excessive internal DC voltage during
constant speed
䊶Excessive internal DC voltage during
deceleration

䊶Eliminate excessive changes in load

LU

䊶Power supply voltage drops to less
than 85% of rating

䊶Measure the power supply voltage and Check
output open-phase
䊶Consider using the instantaneous power
failure restart function

OL

䊶An output current exceeding 125%
of the electronic thermal setting current
or 140% or more of the inverter rated
current (3.6A) occurs for more than 1 minute.

䊶Check the electronic thermal setting current
䊶Check and adjust the torque boost level
䊶Reduce the load

AU

䊶The abnormal stop command was sent. 䊶Check the communication processing of controller

OP

䊶The power supply was applied while
the run signal was ON
䊶The run signal was turned ON while
setting data in the stopped mode, and
the mode was returned to the operation
mode with the MODE button
䊶Timeover was detected
䊶The communication connector was
removed during the operation

OU1
OU2
OU3

䊶Increase the acceleration time

䊶Increase the deceleration time

䊶Check the start mode (parameter P23)
䊶Check the run signal when the data is being set.

䊶Check the communication setting and wirings
䊶Reduce the noise around the inverter

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Display

Details and cause of fault

Remedies
䊶Check the encoder's power supply
䊶Check the encoder's wiring

En1

䊶There is no encoder pulse

En2

䊶The rotation direction of the encoder
䊶Check the encoder's wiring
pulse is different from the rotation
(phase A and phase B)
direction of a command

En3

䊶OPEN arrival signal and CLOSE
arrival signal are both turned ON.

En4

䊶When door position data is OPEN arrival
䊶Check the OPEN arrival signal.
state, there is no arrival signal.

En5

䊶When door position data is CLOSE arrival
䊶Check the CLOSE arrival signal
state, there is no arrival signal.

CPU

䊶Excessive noise applied on the inverter 䊶Reduce the noise around the inverter.

䊶Check the OPEN arrival signal and
CLOSE arrival signal

Note) Refer to " Troubleshooting ķ and ĸ " on page 91 and 92.

Resetting Fault Trips
䋣 Caution
Depending on the start mode function setting, if the fault trip is reset
with inputting the run signal, the inverter may restart suddenly.
(Reset the trip after ensuring personal safety.)
Failure to do so could lead to injury.
If a fault is displayed on the operation panel's main display and the inverter is
stopped, remedy the fault before resetting. It is possible to restart the inverter
after resetting.
Power 䃂 Turn OFF the power once, then turn it ON again.
(Operation can be started when the power is turned ON again.)
reset
㽲 When operation is set to local (Parameter P08 set to "0" or "1"), the fault
will be reset when the "STOP button" on the operation panel is pressed.
Resetting 㽳 When operation is set to external ( Parameter P08 set to "2"), the fault
by stop
will be reset when both the OPEN/CLOSE signal are turned OFF.
signal
㽴 When operation is set to communication ( Parameter P08 set to "3"),
the fault will not be reset even if the operation command of communication
is turned OFF. In case of communication setting, the fault will be reset with
"fault reset command".

Resetting 䃂 The fault will be reset when the "STOP button" on the operation panel
by panel
is pressed.

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Troubleshooting㽲
䋣 Caution
Wait at least 5 minutes after turning the power supply OFF before starting
maintenance and inspection.
Failure to do so could lead to electric shock.
Maintenance, inspection and part replacement must be done by qualified persons.
[Remove all metal personal belongings (watches, bracelets, etc.) before
starting work.]
(Use tools treated with insulation.)
Failure to do so could lead to electric shock or injury.

1. The motor does not rotate(when fault display is not lit).
Is the power voltage normal?
Yes
Is "000" displayed on the panel?
Yes
Turn the local or external run signal ON.

No
Press the MODE button to display "000".
䋪Check the run signal and setting data.

Set the frequency setting value to 0.5Hz or more. 䋪Check the frequency setting signal and setting data.

The frequency does not appear, or there is no output voltage.

Voltage is supplied to the motor.

Yes

Yes
The motor is faulty.

The inverter is faulty.
(Contact us.)

2. The motor does not rotate(when fault display is lit).
When one of the faults on pages 89 and 90 is displayed and the motor has not rotated,
check the following two points:
㽲 Check the malfunction occurs for the first time (after installation) or it has been in
use for a period.
㽳 Check if this is an inverter malfunction (failure), a wiring, or a motor malfunction.
If the phenomenon occurs for the first
time or immediately after installation.

Yes
Remove power supply (U, V and W) on
the inverter load side.
Turn the local or external run signal ON.
Yes
Appear OC1, etc. displayed on the pages 84 and 85.

Inverter malfunction
(Contact us.)

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Troubleshooting㽳
1. MCCB trips
Is the capacity selection of MCCB correct ?

Note) Use a current leakage circuit breaker
that supports the inverter.

Yes
Is input/output terminal wiring correct?
Yes
Does a ground fault exist in main circuit wiring?
No
MCCB failure or inverter malfunction.
(Contact us.)

2. Motor has over temperature
Is the motor overloaded?

Yes

(If the motor capacity exceeds the inverter
capacity, increase the latter as well.)

No
Are voltage/frequency characteristics correct?
Yes
Is the load factor reduction correct for
continuous operation at low frequency?

䊶 Reduce the motor load factor.
䊶 Increase the motor capacity.

No

No

Yes

䊶 Reduce voltage/frequency characteristics.

䊶 Reduce the motor load factor, or
carry out forced cooling.
䊶 Increase the motor capacity.
(If the motor capacity exceeds the inverter
capacity, increase the latter as well.)

Does an open phase exist in the
output of the inverter?

䊶 Check if output frequency can be
increased for use.

No
Inverter malfunction
(Contact us.)

3. Communication is not available
Is wiring correct?
Yes
Is communication setting correct?
Yes
Does noise exist?
No
Inverter malfunction
(Contact us.)

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Yes

䊶㩷Reduce the noise around the inverter.
䊶㩷Separate the communication cable
and the other wirings.

Maintenance and Inspection
!

Caution

! Note

Wait at least 5 minutes after turning the power supply OFF before
starting maintenance and inspection.
Failure to do so could lead to electric shock,
Maintenance, inspection and part replacement must be done by qualified
persons.
[Remove all metal personal belongings (watches, bracelets, etc.) before
starting work.]
(Use tools treated with insulation.)
Failure to do so could lead to electric shock or injury.

Have an electrician periodically tighten the terminal screws.
Loosening of the terminal screws could lead to overheating or fire.

1. Precautions for inspections
䊶 When measuring the insulation between the power line and motor line, always disconnect the
wires connected to the inverter first. Do not perform a megger test on the control circuit.
䊶 The inverter is mainly configured of semiconductor elements. So, daily inspections must be
carried out to prevent the effect of the working environment such as the temperature, humidity,
dust and vibration, to prevent problems that occur due to the passage of part usage and part life.
The standard replacement term that apply when the inverter is used in a general environment
(ambient average annual temperature 30㷄㪃㩷load rate of 80% or less, and 12 working hours
or less a day) are given in the below table.

2. Inspection Items
1 Daily inspection: Check that the inverter is operating as intended.
Check the input and output voltages of the inverter during operation using a voltmeter.
2) Periodic inspection: Check all locations where inspection can only be performed when
the inverter is stopped and where periodic inspection is required.

3. Parts Replacement
Wear fault (lifetime).... The lifetime is greatly dependent on the installation conditions.
1 For example: The lifetime of a relay depends on the wear condition of its contact surfaces.
The contact current and load inductance are major factors.
2) The capacitor inside the inverter is used mainly as a smoothing filter and its lifetime varies
greatly with temperature as internal chemical reactions take place. Generally, when the
temperature of the aluminum electrolytic capacitor increases by 10㷄, the life is halved.
Thus, the temperature determines the inverter life span.
If the inverter is used at high temperatures, the aluminum electrolytic capacitor could wear
out before the other parts. In this case, the capacitor must be replaced to extend the inverter's life.

Part name

Standard
replacement

Cooling fan
Smoothing capacitor

2 or 3 years

Relays

5 years

Replacement procedure and others
Replace with a new part
Investigate and replace with new part if necessary.
Investigate and replace with new part if necessary.

䂹 Contact us if you need part replacement or repairs.

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location

Inspection
item

Whole system

4.Maintenance and inspection table Note) Symbols in the check frequency field have the following meanings
㩷㩷㩷䃩㩷means daily, 䂾㩷means yearly and, 䃁㩷means every two years.

Ambient
Ambient temperature,
environment humidity, dust,ect.

Inspection details

See installation
precautions



Test criteria

Power
voltage

Is the main circuit
voltage normal?

Measure the
input voltage

General

1) Check if all fastenings are tight
2) Any indication of overheating
on any part?
3) Clean





1) Tighten fastenings 1), 2) Normal
2) Visual inspection

Connected
1) Are conductor crooked?
electrical
conductors and wires 2) Is the cover broken?




1), 2) Visual inspection 1), 2) Normal





By smell



Terminal blocks Is there any damage?
Transformer Check the resistance
and diode between terminals
1) Are there any liquid leaks? 䃩

200V˖
170䌾253 V AC

Capacitance

1) Check output voltage
balance between phases
during inverter operation
Operation
without application.
checks



1) Measure voltage 1) Line output balance
is 4V max.
between output
(400V type is 8V max.)
terminals.

2) Check the protection
and display circuits with
the sequence protection
operation test.
1) Any strange smells or discoloration?
2) Are any of the connections loose?



Resistor

1) Are the insulators cracked?
2) Are any wires disconnected?

2) Simulate a short- 2) The sequence
protection circuit
circuit between the
must function
inverter warning
correctly.
outputs.
1), 2) Visual inspection 1), 2) Normal
and smell

Capacitor Any trace of liquid leaks or deformation? 䃩

Visual inspection

Cooling
system




1), 2) Visual inspection 1), 2) Normal

1) Is there any abnormal vibration
Cooling fan or abnormal noise?
2) Are any of the connections loose?

1), 2) Normal
1) Audible check
2) Tighten fastenings

Motor Display

All parts

Display unit Are any LEDs not working? 䃩

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Ohm meter

3) Using a capacitance 3) Minimum 85% of meter
meter
rated capacity
1) Audible check
1), 2) Normal
2) Visual inspection

1) Is the operational noise normal?
2) Check the state of contact roughness.

voltmeter

Normal

Visual inspection Normal
Disconnect main circuit
䃁 wires and measure at
terminal
1), 2) Visual inspection 1), 2) Normal






Relay

Instrument

Ambient temperature: Thermometer
-10 to 50㷄㩷
Humidity: 90% max. hygrometer

Visual inspection and audible check Normal

Smoothing
capacitor 2) Is the safety valve normal? 䃩
3) Measure electrostatic capacity.


Control and protection circuits

Inspection
method

Whole system Is there any abnormal vibration or noise? 䃩

Transformer Strange smell?

Main circuit

Inspection
frequency

Visual inspection

Rectifier
type
voltmeter

Normal

Normal

Meter

Are all readings correct? 䃩

Must be within standard Voltmeter
Check indicated value value and control value. Ammeter

General

1) Is there any abnormal 䃩
vibration or abnormal noise?

2) Strange smells?

1),2) Visual, audible 1), 2) Normal
and smell test

Specifications
Rated specifications
Single-phase 200V input type
Product No.

Applied motor Rated output Rated output Power supply
output
current
capacity
capacity

AAD03011D
AAD03011G

0.4kW

2.8A

1.1 kVA

1.3 kVA

Mass
1.2 kg

Note1) The last digit of Product No. indicates D: Inverter without brakes,
G: Inverter with brakes.
Note2) Rated output capacity is specified for output voltage of 230V AC.
Note3) Power supply capacity depends on power supply impedance. It should
equal or exceed the capacity specified above.

Standard Specifications

Output frequency

Input power supply

Rated
output

Applied standard motor
output

0.4 kW

Rated output voltage

Three-phase, 200 to 230V AC
(proportional to power supply voltage)

Overload current rating

150% of rated output current for 1 minute

Number of phases,
voltage, frequency
Tolerable voltage
variations
Tolerable frequency
variations

Single-phase, 200 to 230V AC: 50/60Hz
+10%, -15% of rated AC input voltage
f 5% of rated input frequency

Instantaneous voltage
drop resistance capacity

䊶 Continuous operation at 165V AC or more.

Output frequency range

0.5 to 250 Hz

Frequency display

Digital display

Frequency setting resolution

Control method
Carrier frequency
Voltage/frequency
characteristics
Torque boost

䊶 Continuous operation at less than 165V AC for 15ms

Digital setting less than 100Hz: 0.1Hz
Digital setting 100Hz or more : 1 Hz
High carrier frequency sinusoidal PWM control
(V/F control method)
Select from nine types(0.8 to 15kHz changeable)
(0.8ˈ1.1ˈ1.6ˈ2.5ˈ5.0ˈ7.5ˈ10.0ˈ12.5ˈ15.0kHz)
Base frequency: 50, 60Hz fixed setting and optional
setting between 45 and 250Hz.
V/F curve: Constant torque, square torque pattern
(selection changeover)
Optional setting for 0 to 40%.

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Braking
Control

Regenerative
braking torque

With
brakes

100% or more (Short-time)

Without
brakes

80% or more

DC braking

Operates when less than stop frequency
䊶Braking torque level: 0 to 100 (set between 20 levels)
䊶Braking time: Optional setting for 0.1 to 120s

Start/stop

䊶Operation panel buttons
䊶Control terminal input signal (OPEN signal, CLOSE signal)
䊶Communication command (RS485)

Frequency setting signal

䊶Operation panel setting
䊶Door operation mode setting
䊶Communication command (RS485)

Door operation mode setting

䊶OPEN/CLOSE operation frequency: Max.6 speed can be set.
䊶Accel./decel. time: Set OPEN and CLOSE operation frequency respectively.
䊶Door speed change position: Up to 5 place settings
䊶Door hold frequency: 1 speed (individual OPEN and CLOSE setting)
䊶Door hold torque: Hold current setting ( individual OPEN and CLOSE setting)

Door control function

䊶Door speed control in encoder mode
䊶Door speed control in SW (switch) mode.
䊶Door width measurement function
䊶Door obstacle detection function

Accel./decel. time

0.04 to 999s (individual acceleration and deceleration setting)

Accel./decel. characteristics Linear and S-shaped characteristics (selection changeover)
Stop mode
Select from ramp-to-stop or coast-to-stop (selection changeover)
Stop frequency
Optional setting from 0.5 to 60Hz.
Reset function
Stop signal reset, panel reset and power supply reset.
Skip frequency setting

Up to 3 place settings
(skip frequency band setting from 1 to 10Hz)

Upper frequency clamp setting Optional setting from 0.5 to 250Hz.
Lower frequency clamp setting Optional setting from 0.5 to 250Hz.

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Ride-through function

Validity of function, and 0Hz restart, operating frequency
restart (selection changeover)

Retry function

Retry selection : Select validity of function and details of retry fault
Retry times: Optional setting for 1 to 10 times

Input signal

䊶OPEN/CLOSE signal: 1a contact signal
䊶OPEN/CLOSE arrival signal: 1a or 1b contact signal (selection changeover)
䊶Safety sensor : 1a or 1b contact signal (selection changeover)
䊶OPEN/CLOSE speed change signal: 1a or 1b contact signal (selection changeover)
䊶Door position detection signal: encoder signal (2-phase input)

Display

Control terminal

Relay output: 3 outputs, 1c contact
(contact capacity 230V AC, 0.3 A, 30 V DC, 0.3 A resistance load)

Output signal

Communication function

䊶Interface: RS485 serial communication
䊶Communication speed:4800/9600/19200 bps (selectable)
䊶Protocol: MEWTOCOL-COM
䊶Communication method: Half duplex
䊶Max. No. of connected units: 31 units
䊶Max. transmission distance: 500m (total length)

Built-in power supply

12 V DC -10 %/ˇ20 %, 0.1 A or less
(exclusive for encoder)

Operation and control
status

Output frequency, output current, output voltage, internal
DC voltage, setting frequency, detection frequency, door
position area, door position, OPEN arrival position data,
No. of door switching, encoder detection status, control
terminal status (input signal, output signal)

Protection

Fault details
Current limit

Environement

Output function: Run signal, reverse run signal, arrival signal,
overload alarm, OPEN arrival signal, CLOSE arrival signal,
obstacle detection, fault warning (seletable)

Symbol indicated when protective function activates (last 4 faults are stored.)
Current limit can be set from 1 to 200% of rated output current.

Stall prevention function

Instantaneous overcurrent, temperature error (SC1 to 3) ,
overcurrent (OC1 to3), overload/electronic thermal overload(OL),
low voltage (LU), overvoltage (OU1 to 3), auxiliary fault (AU),
operation error(OP), encoder error (En1,2), arrival signal error
(En3 to 5)
Overcurrent stall prevention, overvoltage stall prevention

Working ambient
temperature and humidity

-10 to +50㷄(with no freezing)
90% RH or less(25㷄㩷with no dew condensation)

Transportation and storage
temperature and humidity

-25 to +65 㷄
95% RH or less(25 㷄㩷with no dew condensation)

Vibration
Altitude

5.9m/s2 {0.6G} or less
1000m or less
Indoors, with no corrosive gases, explosive gases, oil mist or dust present

Trip (stop)

Atmosphere medium
Enclosure

IP20 defilable type, however, excluding incoming line
holes of main circuit line and control line.

Cooling method

Self-cooling

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Precautions on European Standard Directives
1. CE Marking labeled on the inverter is based on Low Voltage Directive.
2. Adaptability to EMC Directive shall be determined in a complete plant
equipped with the inverter.
3. Inverter's control circuit terminals are only basically insulated (protection
against electric shock I, overvoltage category II, pollution degree 2).
To meet requirements of CE Marking, final product shall be subject to insulation.
4. Power supply input end of the inverter shall be equipped with protection
devices for overcurrent, short circuit and leakage of electricity.
5. Main circuit wiring (L, N, U, V, W) shall be connected with ring-type compression
terminals.
6. The inverter is only used for fixed installation, not for other occasions.
7. Adaptability to Low Voltage Directive for the inverter
①Protection against Electric Shock:
②Overvoltage category:
③Pollution degree: 2
8. The capacity of relay output terminal mark A,B,C is 30V DC, 0.3A.

Conditions of CE Marking
AAD03011 inverter meets requirements of overvoltage category II stipulated in
EN50178 standard.
A transformer subject to basic insulation shall be installed between inverter and
power supply. The insulated transformer shall use the product in compliance with
EN standard or IEC standard (with basic insulation at least).
Overall system shall meet requirements of overvoltage category III stipulated
in EN50178 standard.
According to EMC regulation, the inverter is not an independent operating unit.
The overall system may not be evaluated based on electro magnetic compatibility,
until the overall system is composed of the inverter and device with filter.

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Warranty
Special Remarks
The product and specifications listed in this document are subject to change
without notice as occasioned by the improvements that we introduce into our
product. Consequently, when you consider the use of the product or when you
place orders for the product, we ask you to contact one of our customer service
representatives and check that the details listed in this document are
commensurate with the most up-to-date information.
We give the utmost care and attention to the quality of this product. However,
to ensure safe, continuous and effective performance, we recommend that you:
1) When our product is used beyond the range of the specifications, environment or
conditionsspecified in this document, or when you are considering the use of our
product in any conditions or an environment that is not specified in this document,
or when you arecon sidering the use of our product for particular purposes for which
high reliability isrequired such as safety equipment and control systems used for
the railroad, aviation or medical-care industries, you must contact one of our customer
service representatives and obtain proper specification sheet.
2) Consult with us about the specifications of your own product, end users, environment
and conditions of use, procedures for installation, etc.;
3) Take safety measures (such as double interlock, etc.) to ensure the safety of the whole
system in which this product will be used, to avoid injury due to failure of this product
or other external factor; and always use this product well below its limit and capacity
mentioned in this document.
4) In connection with the product you have purchased from us or with the product delivered
to your premises, promptly perform an acceptance inspection and in connection with
the handling of our product both before and during the acceptance inspection, give
full consideration to the control and preservation of our product.

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Warranty
Warranty period
The Warranty Period for this product is 3 years from either the date of purchase or the
date on which the product is delivered to the location specified by the Buyer.
However, the Warranty Period shall be valid only until 42 months from the date of
manufacture which includes a maximum of 6-month distribution period.

Extent of warranty
In the event of any failure or defect in the product or non-conformity of specifications
due to the reasons solely attributable to the Seller, Seller shall remedy such malfunctioning
or defective product at its own cost in one of the following ways to be selected by
SELLER: i)repair such product, (ii)replace such product, (iii) supply of replacement
parts.
However, this Warranty shall not cover the damages or defects that arise due to the
reasons any of the followings.
1 Specifications, standards or handling procedures specified by the Buyer.
2 Modifications to the structure, performance or specifications performed by a party
other than the Seller after the date of purchase or the date on which the product
is delivered.
3 Phenomena that could not have been foreseen with the technology that was put
into practical use at the time of purchase.
4 Exceeding the ranges, conditions, circumstances or environment described in the
Manuals or Specification sheet.
5 Damages that could be avoided if Seller’s product have the functions and structures
generally accepted in the industry, when incorporating the product in to Buyer’s
product.
6 Natural disasters or an Act of God.
7 Consumable goods such as capacitance, fan and relays, or optional accessories
such as cables.

SELLER SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND/OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR USE OR
PURPOSE, AS WELL AS LIABILITY FOR INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, INDIRECT,
CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHER DAMAGES RELATING TO THE PRODUCT.

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Record of changes
Manual No. is recorded at the left foot of the manual cover.

Date

Manual No.

Description of changes

2008. 10

8A3 708 0000 1

First edition

2010. 04

8A3 708 0000 2

Second edition
• Change the front and back covers

2010. 12

8A3 708 0000 3

Third edition
• Company Name Change

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