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Podręcznik użytkownika falowników serii F7 firmy OMRON ( YASKAWA)

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Warnings VII
Safety Precautions and Instructions for Use . VIII
EMC Compatibility . X
Line Filters XII
Registered Trademarks  XV
1 Handling Inverters  1-1
Varispeed F7 Introduction .1-2
-  Varispeed F7 Applications .1-2
-  Varispeed F7 Models .1-2
Confirmations upon Delivery .1-4
-  Checks .1-4
-  Nameplate Information 1-4
-  Inverter Software Version 1-5
-  Component Names 1-6
Exterior and Mounting Dimensions 1-8
-  Open Chassis Inverters (IP00) 1-8
-  Enclosed Wall-mounted Inverters (NEMA1) 1-9
Checking and Controlling the Installation Site .1-11
-  Installation Site 1-11
-  Controlling the Ambient Temperature 1-11
-  Protecting the Inverter from Foreign Matter .1-11
Installation Orientation and Space .1-12
Removing and Attaching the Terminal Cover 1-13
-  Removing the Terminal Cover .1-13
-  Attaching the Terminal Cover 1-13
Removing/Attaching the Digital Operator and Front Cover .1-14
-  Inverters of 18.5 kW or Less 1-14
-  Inverters of 22 kW or More 1-17
2 Wiring. 2-1
Connection Diagram 2-2
-  Circuit Descriptions 2-3
Terminal Block Configuration 2-4
Wiring Main Circuit Terminals 2-5
-  Applicable Wire Sizes and Closed-loop Connectors .2-5
-  Main Circuit Terminal Functions 2-11
-  Main Circuit Configurations 2-12
-  Standard Connection Diagrams .2-13
-  Wiring the Main Circuits .2-14
Wiring Control Circuit Terminals 2-20
-  Wire Sizes 2-20
-  Control Circuit Terminal Functions 2-22
-  Control Circuit Terminal Connections 2-25
-  Safe Disable Input Precautions .2-26
-  Control Circuit Wiring Precautions .2-27
Wiring Check . 2-28
-  Checks  2-28
-  Installing and Wiring Option Cards  2-29
-  Option Card Models and Specifications  2-29
-  Installation . 2-29
-  PG Speed Control Card Terminals and Specifications . 2-31
-  PG-X2  2-31
-  Wiring  2-32
-  Wiring Terminal Blocks  2-34
3 Digital Operator and Modes 3-1
-  Digital Operator . 3-2
-  Digital Operator Display  3-2
-  Digital Operator Keys  3-2
Modes . 3-4
-  Inverter Modes  3-4
-  Switching Modes . 3-5
-  Drive Mode  3-6
-  Quick Programming Mode . 3-7
-  Advanced Programming Mode  3-8
-  Verify Mode . 3-10
-  Autotuning Mode . 3-11
4 Trial Operation .4-1
-  Trial Operation Procedure .4-2
-  Trial Operation  4-3
-  Application Confirmation . 4-3
-  Setting the Power Supply Voltage Jumper (400 V Class Inverters of 75 kW or Higher) 4-3
-  Power ON  4-4
-  Checking the Display Status . 4-4
-  Basic Settings  4-5
-  Settings for the Control Methods . 4-7
-  Autotuning . 4-8
-  Application Settings . 4-12
-  No-load Operation . 4-12
-  Loaded Operation  4-12
-  Check and Recording Parameters  4-13
Adjustment Suggestions . 4-14
5 User Parameters 5-1
User Parameter Descriptions  5-2
-  Description of User Parameter Tables  5-2
Digital Operation Display Functions and Levels  5-3
-  User Parameters Available in Quick Programming Mode . 5-4
User Parameter Tables . 5-8
-  Setup Settings: A . 5-8
-  Application Parameters: b . 5-10
-  Tuning Parameters: C . 5-20
-  Reference Parameters: d  5-26
-  Motor Parameters: E 5-31
-  Option Parameters: F 5-36
-  Terminal Function Parameters: H 5-43
-  Protection Function Parameters: L 5-52
-  Special Adjustments: n 5-61
-  Digital Operator Parameters: o 5-64
-  Speed Follower: S .5-67
-  Monitor Parameters: U .5-70
-  Factory Settings that Change with the Control Method (A1-02) 5-77
-  Factory Settings that Change with the Inverter Capacity (o2-04) 5-79
-  Parameter Initial Values that Change With the Setting of C6-01 .5-81
6 Parameter Settings by Function 6-1
Application and Overload Selections .6-2
-  Select the Overload to Suit the Application .6-2
Frequency Reference 6-7
-  Selecting the Frequency Reference Source 6-7
-  Using Multi-Step Speed Operation 6-10
Run Command Input Methods .6-12
-  Selecting the Run Command Source 6-12
Stopping Methods 6-14
-  Selecting the Stopping Method when a Stop Command is Input .6-14
-  Using the DC Injection Brake .6-17
-  Using an Fast Stop 6-19
Acceleration and Deceleration Characteristics 6-20
-  Setting Acceleration and Deceleration Times 6-20
-  Accelerating and Decelerating Heavy Loads (Dwell Function) 6-23
-  Preventing the Motor from Stalling During Acceleration (Stall Prevention During Acceleration
Function) .6-23
-  Preventing Overvoltage During Deceleration 6-25
Adjusting Frequency References 6-27
-  Adjusting Analog Frequency References 6-27
-  Operation Avoiding Resonance (Jump Frequency Function) 6-29
Speed Limit (Frequency Reference Limits) .6-32
-  Limiting the Maximum Output Frequency 6-32
-  Limiting the Minimum Output Frequency .6-32
Frequency Detection .6-33
-  Speed Agreement Function .6-33
Improving the Operation Performance 6-36
-  Reducing the Motor Speed Fluctuation (Slip Compensation Function) .6-36
-  Torque Compensation for Sufficient Torque at Start and Low-speed
Operation 6-. 38
-  Automatic Speed Regulator (ASR) 6-39
-  Hunting-Prevention Function .6-44
-  Stabilizing Speed (Automatic Frequency Regulator) .6-45
Machine Protection 6-46
-  Limiting Motor Torque (Torque Limit Function) 6-46
-  Preventing Motor Stalling During Operation 6-48
-  Motor Torque Detection .6-49
-  Motor Overload Protection .6-51
-  Motor Overheating Protection Using PTC Thermistor Inputs  6-53
-  Limiting Motor Rotation Direction and Output Phase Rotation  6-54
Automatic Restart  6-55
-  Restarting Automatically After Momentary Power Loss  6-55
-  Speed Search  6-56
-  Continuing Operation at Constant Speed when the Frequency Reference is Lost . 6-60
-  Restarting Operation After Transient Fault (Auto Restart Function) . 6-61
-  Operation Selection After Cooling Fan Fault . 6-62
Inverter Protection . 6-63
-  Overheating Protection for an Inverter-Mounted Braking Resistor  6-63
-  Inverter Overheat Protection . 6-64
-  Input Open Phase Protection  6-64
-  Output Open Phase Protection . 6-65
-  Ground Fault Protection  6-65
-  Cooling Fan Control  6-65
-  Setting the Ambient Temperature . 6-66
-  OL2 Characteristics at Low Speed  6-67
Input Terminal Functions . 6-68
-  Temporarily Switching Operation between Digital Operator and
Control Circuit Terminals . 6-68
-  Inverter Output Baseblock . 6-68
-  OH2 (Overheat) Alarm Signal Input  6-69
-  Multifunction Analog Input A2 Disable/Enable  6-69
-  Drive Enable/Disable . 6-69
-  Stopping Acceleration and Deceleration (Acceleration/Deceleration Ramp Hold)  6-70
-  Raising and Lowering Frequency References Using Digital Signals
-  (UP/DOWN Function)  6-71
-  Adding/Subtracting a Fixed Speed to an Analog Reference (Trim Control)  6-73
-  Hold Analog Frequency Using User-set Timing  6-74
-  Switching Operation Source to Communication Option Card . 6-75
-  Jog Frequency with Direction Commands (FJOG/RJOG) . 6-75
-  Stopping the Inverter on External Device Faults (External Fault Function) . 6-76
Output Terminal Functions  6-77
Monitor Parameters . 6-80
-  Using the Analog Monitor Outputs  6-80
-  Using the Pulse Train Monitor Output . 6-81
Individual Functions  6-83
-  Using MEMOBUS Communications  6-83
-  Using the Timer Function  6-98
-  Using PID Control  6-99
-  Energy-saving . 6-109
-  Field Weakening  6-110
-  Field Forcing  6-111
-  Setting Motor 1 Parameters  6-111
-  Setting the V/f Pattern 1  6-113
-  Setting Motor 2 Parameters  6-119
-  Setting the V/f Pattern 2  6-120
-  Torque Control  6-121
-  Droop Control Function . 6-128
-  Zero-Servo Function  6-129
-  Kinetic Energy Buffering  6-131
-  High Slip Braking (HSB)  6-132
-  Speed Follower Function . 6-134
Digital Operator Functions .6-138
-  Setting Digital Operator Functions .6-138
-  Copying Parameters 6-140
-  Prohibiting Overwriting of Parameters .6-144
-  Setting a Password 6-144
-  Displaying User-set Parameters Only 6-145
Option Cards .6-146
-  Using PG Feedback Option Cards 6-146
-  Analog Reference Cards .6-149
-  Digital Reference Cards .6-149
7 Troubleshooting . 7-1
Protective and Diagnostic Functions .7-2
-  Fault Detection .7-2
-  Alarm Detection .7-10
-  Operator Programming Errors .7-14
-  Auto-tuning Fault 7-17
-  Digital Operator Copy Function Faults .7-18
Troubleshooting .7-20
-  If A Parameter Cannot Be Set .7-20
-  If the Motor Does Not Operate Properly 7-21
-  If the Direction of the Motor Rotation is Reversed .7-22
-  If the Motor Stalls or Acceleration is Slow .7-22
-  If the Motor Operates at Higher Speed than the Frequency Reference 7-23
-  If There is Low Speed Control Accuracy Above Base Speed in Open Loop Vector Control
Mode 7-23
-  If Motor Deceleration is Slow .7-23
-  If the Motor Overheats .7-24
-  If Peripheral Devices Like PLCs or Others are Influenced by the Starting or Running Inverter 7-24
-  If the Earth Leakage Breaker Operates When the Inverter is Running .7-24
-  If There is Mechanical Oscillation 7-25
-  If the Motor Rotates Even When Inverter Output is Stopped .7-26
-  If Output Frequency Does Not Rise to Frequency Reference .7-26
8 Maintenance and Inspection 8-1
-  Periodic Inspection 8-2
-  Periodic Maintenance of Parts .8-3
-  Cooling Fan Replacement .8-4
-  Removing and Mounting the Terminal Card 8-6
9 Specifications . 9-1
Standard Inverter Specifications 9-2
-  Specifications by Model .9-2
-  Common Specifications .9-4
10 Appendix . 10-1
Inverter Application Precautions 10-2
-  Selection  10-2
-  Installation . 10-3
-  Settings . 10-3
-  Handling  10-4
Motor Application Precautions 10-5
-  Using the Inverter for an Existing Standard Motor  10-5
-  Using the Inverter for Special Motors  10-5
-  Power Transmission Mechanism (Speed Reducers, Belts and Chains) . 10-6
User Parameters .10-7

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