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MEH442

Series Concepts
Best suited functions for
HVAC application
Contribution to energy-saving

A broad range of model variations

Easy maintenance

Simple operation

Global products

The HVAC Inverter


Series
is an inverter exclusively designed for fans and pumps.
Developed by Fuji Electric, a leading inverter company, to meet global needs for economy.
Features such as the special functions for the HVAC (Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning) market,
space saving, simple operation, a wide variety of models and global compatibility contribute
to energy-savings and power-savings for variable torque load equipment.
Requirements for total cost reduction in the fan and pump can be easily met with the FRENIC-Eco.

Default functions for fans and pumps


Line/inverter switching

Switching among remote/panel/independent


inverter operation modes

A line frequency starting program for the inverter is installed


to support line/inverter switching through an external
sequence. As well, two types of line/inverter operation
switching sequences are built in: Fuji's standard sequence
and automatic line switching sequence at an inverter fault.

Through frequency setting 1 and frequency setting 2,


operation/stop command 1 and operation/stop command 2,
and local operation (keypad operation), the
remote/panel/independent inverter operation modes can be
selected for both operation commands and frequency
commands.

Full PID control functions

Various frequency setting methods

A "small water flow stopping function" and "deviation


alarm/absolute value alarm output" are added to the PID
regulator that controls the temperature, pressure, flow rate
and so on. Further, an anti-reset wind-up function for the
prevention of overshooting in the PID control, PID output
limiter and integration hold/reset signals are provided as
easy-to-adjust PID control functions.

The best method can be selected for the frequency setting


according to the frequency signal to be used.
Keypad operation ( and keys), analog input (4 to
20mA, 0 to +5V, 0 to +10V, +1 to +5, normal or inverse
operation), 8-step multi-step frequency (step 0 to 7)
setting, UP/DOWN operation, communication, etc.

Continued operation upon momentary power failure

Motor pick-up during idling

The inverter automatically restarts upon recovery from


momentary power failure. You can choose starting at the
frequency at momentary power failure occurrence or starting
at 0Hz. Another option can be chosen: Operation continues
at a lower frequency while using the kinetic energy obtained
from the inertia of the load at momentary power failure.

Energy
saving

If the motor runs due to natural convection or other similar


situations, you can use the pick-up function to start smoothly.

Sleep function with low limiter


A function for stopping the fan or pump at speeds lower than
the lower limit is provided to assure the minimum speed. The
function can be used also to stop at a low water flow.

Contribution to energy-saving
110

Automatic energy-saving
operation function

100

(Energy savings effect varies depending on the motor characteristics.)

90

In addition to the motor loss, the inverter loss is also kept to


a minimum with the FRENIC-Eco when applied to fans or
pumps.
Required power P[%]

80

Capable of electric power monitoring


Simplified monitoring of the electric power can be done
through the keypad and the communication ports (power
consumption, cumulative watt-hour display, watt-hour
application display, etc.)

When damper or valve is used

70
60

Energy saved

50
40
30

Cooling fan ON/OFF control function

20

The inverter's cooling fan can be stopped for noise reduction


and energy savings whenever the motor is stopped.

Inverter control (V/f control)


Inverter control
(Automatic energy-saving mode)

10
0

Safety
Precautions

Energy savings effect

10

20

30 40 50 60 70
Air or liquid flow rate Q [%]

80

90

100

1. Use the contents of this catalog only for selecting product types and models. When using a product, read the Instruction
Manual beforehand to use the product correctly.
2. Products introduced in this catalog have not been designed or manufactured for such applications in a system or equipment
that will affect human bodies or lives. Customers, who want to use the products introduced in this catalog for special systems
or devices such as for atomic-energy control, aerospace use, medical use, and traffic control, are requested to consult the
Fuji's Sales Division. Customers are requested to prepare safety measures when they apply the products introduced in this
catalog to such systems or facilities that will affect human lives or cause severe damage to property if the products become
faulty.

Consideration for surrounding environment


Semi-standard series integrated with DC REACTOR
(available soon)

Semi-standard series integrated with EMC filter


(available soon)

In this series, the Guideline for Suppressing Harmonics can


be satisfied by integrating optional DC REACTOR (DCR) for
harmonic suppression. (55kW or smaller [planned])

The product can be used to comply with the EMC Directives


in EU. (15kW or smaller [planned])

All models are equipped with


an inrush current suppression circuit.

Standard installation of input terminals for


auxiliary control power of all models

An inrush current suppression circuit is provided as standard


in all models, therefore the cost of peripheral devices such
as magnetic switches can be reduced.

The terminal is convenient for automatic line/inverter


switching operation as the control power of the inverter is
standardized.

Easy maintenance and many protective functions


The lifetime of the main circuit capacitor
can be estimated.

The alarm history for the


4 latest alarms is recorded.

Because the capacitor's life compared with its initial value


can be checked, the replacement timing of the main circuit
capacitor can be determined.

Detailed information from back as far as the latest 4 alarms


can also be checked.

A long-life cooling fan is provided.

Protective function against phase loss in


input/output

Use of a long-life cooling fan (design life: 7 years for models


smaller than 5.5kW); 4.5 years for models higher than 7.5
and up to 30kW [at ambient temperature: 40C]) reduces
replacement work.

Protection against phase loss in input/output circuits is


possible upon start-up and operation.

Cumulative running time is recorded


and displayed.

Protective function for grounding fault


Protection is provided for an overcurrent caused by a
grounding fault.

The inverter records and displays the cumulative "motor


running time" and "inverter running time" (PC board capacitor
running time, cooling fan running time), so that they can be
used to defermine machine and inverter maintenance.

It is possible to output lifetime


forecast signal to the transistor output.

Protection of motor with PTC thermistor


In addition to the protection of the motor with an electronic
thermal relay, a PTC thermistor can be used for motor
protection.

This signal is output when the main circuit capacitors in the


DC bus circuit, the electrolytic capacitors on the PC boards
or the cooling fans are nearing the end of their service life.

Simple operation and wiring


Standard keypad capable of
remote operation

Quick setup function


Only the 19 minimum function codes are displayed to set up
drives for fan or pump applications.

The optional extension cable allows easy remote operation.


Data can be easily copied to the second or more inverters
with the code copying function.

Multi-function keypad
(option; available soon)
A backlit LCD is installed to allow simple set up through
interactive data entry. Function codes can be added or
deleted to or from the 19 function codes within the quick
setup function.

Global products
All standard models comply with the EC Directive (CE marking),
UL standards and Canadian standards (cUL certification).
All standard FRENIC-Eco inverters comply with European and North American/Canadian standards, enabling standardization of
the specifications for machines and equipment used at home and abroad.

If the model with built-in EMC filter (available soon) is used,


the model conforms to the European EMC Directive (15kW or smaller).
North America/Canada

Europe / EC
Directive (CE marking)

UL standard (cUL certification)

Sink/source switching

Network support (available soon)

The input/output mode (sink/source) of the digital input


terminals can be easily switched.

With an optional card, the inverter becomes compatible with


various open buses such as DeviceNet, PROFIBUS-DP,
LonWorks network, Modbus Plus or CC-Link. A standard
RS485 communication port (Modbus RTU) is provided. With
an additional RS485 communication card (optional), up to
two more ports can be installed.

Space saving
Side-by-side mounting is possible.
When multiple inverter units are installed inside a panel, the installation space can be minimized. (5.5kW or less, ambient
temperature: 40C or less)

260

150

150

150
(Unit : mm)
(Ex.: 3-phase 200V 5.5kW)

Flexible through optionals


Inverter loader software (option; available soon)
The inverter loader program (Windows-based, option), which simplifies setting of function codes, and data management, is
provided.

RS485 communications
(RJ-45 connector)
PC

Converter

USB cable

Remote operation is possible.


Remote operation can be done easily using the optional
extension cable.

Keypad

Extension cable for


remote operation

Function code copy function

External cooling attachment

Because the optional multi-function keypad (available soon)


is provided with a built-in copy function, similar to that
installed in the main body as a standard feature, data can be
easily copied to the second inverters without requiring
individual setups.

An external cooling attachment (Option for 30kW or smaller ;


available soon. Standard for 37kW or larger) cools the
inverter outside the panel. It can be easily mounted on the
panel.

Caution

Variation

Use the contents of this catalog only for selecting product types and
models. When using a product, read the Instruction Manual
beforehand to use the product correctly.

Standard specifications
Applicable motor rating [kW]

Three-phase 200V series

 0.75
 1.5
 2.2
 3.7
 5.5
 7.5
 11
 15
 18.5
 22
 30
 37
 45
 55
 75
 90
110
132
160
200
220
280
315
355
400
450
500

FRN0.75F1S-2A
FRN1.5F1S-2A
FRN2.2F1S-2A
FRN3.7F1S-2A
FRN5.5F1S-2A
FRN7.5F1S-2A
FRN11F1S-2A
FRN15F1S-2A
FRN18.5F1S-2A
FRN22F1S-2A
FRN30F1S-2A
FRN37F1S-2A
FRN45F1S-2A
FRN55F1S-2A
FRN75F1S-2A
FRN90F1S-2A
FRN110F1S-2A

Three-phase 400V series


FRN0.75F1S-4A
FRN1.5F1S-4A
FRN2.2F1S-4A
FRN3.7F1S-4A
FRN5.5F1S-4A
FRN7.5F1S-4A
FRN11F1S-4A
FRN15F1S-4A
FRN18.5F1S-4A
FRN22F1S-4A
FRN30F1S-4A
FRN37F1S-4A
FRN45F1S-4A
FRN55F1S-4A
FRN75F1S-4A
FRN90F1S-4A
FRN110F1S-4A
FRN132F1S-4A
FRN160F1S-4A
FRN200F1S-4A
FRN220F1S-4A
FRN280F1S-4A
FRN315F1S-4A
FRN355F1S-4A
FRN400F1S-4A
FRN450F1S-4A
FRN500F1S-4A
Available soon

How to read the model number

FRN 5.5 F 1 S - 2 A 5 1 1









Code
FRN

Series name
FRENIC series

Code
0.75
1.5
2.2
3.7
5.5
7.5
11
15

Applicable motor rating [kW]


 0.75kW
 1.5kW
 2.2kW
 3.7kW
 5.5kW
 7.5kW
 11.kW
 15.kW

450
500

Application range
For fans and pumps
Multi-function keypad
(For variable torque load)

Code
1

Developed inverter series


1

Control terminal block


Screw terminal (standard)
Rod terminal

Code
1
2

Built-in option
None
RS485 communication card

Code
1

Keypad
Keypad (standard)
Multi-function keypad
(Available soon)
No keypad

Code
A

Version/Manual
Asia/English

Code
2
4

Input power supply


3-phase 200V
3-phase 400V

 450.kW
 500.kW

Code
F

Code
1
2

Structure
Code
Standard type
S
Type integrated with EMC filter
E
Type integrated with DC REACTOR
H

Note : When the last three digits of the model number is for a keypad (standard), non built-in option, screw terminal (standard), the model number with a standard specification


in the above model number table will apply.

Standard specifications
Standard specifications
Three-phase 200V series
Item
Type (FRN

Specifications

F1S-2A)

Applicable motor rating *1)

Output ratings

Rated capacity *2)

Input ratings

1.5

2.2

3.7

5.5

7.5

11

15

18.5

22

30

37

45

55

75

90

110

0.75

1.5

2.2

3.7

5.5

7.5

11

15

18.5

22

30

37

45

55

75

90

110

kVA

1.6

2.6

3.8

6.2

8.3

11

16

21

25

30

40

49

59

75

102

121

146

107

130

156

198

270

320

384

Rated voltage *3)

Rated current *4)

Three-phase, 200V/50Hz, 200, 220, 230, 240V/60Hz (With AVR function)


4.2

7.0

10

16.5

Overload capability

120% of rated current for 1min

Rated frequency

50, 60Hz

Phases, voltage,
frequency

22.5

29

42

68

80

Three-phase, 200 to 220V/50Hz


Three-phase, 200 to 230V/60Hz

Auxiliary control
power input

Single-phase, 200 to 220V/50Hz


Single-phase, 200 to 230V/60Hz

Voltage/frequency variations
Rated current *5)

Torque *7)

Single-phase, 200 to 240V, 50/60Hz


Voltage: +10 to -15% (Voltage unbalance: 2% or less (*8)), Frequency: +5 to -5%

(with DCR)

3.2

6.1

8.9

15.0

21.1

28.8

42.2

57.6

71.0

84.4

114

138

167

203

282

334

(without DCR)

5.3

9.5

13.2

22.2

31.5

42.7

60.7

80.1

97.0

112

151

185

225

270

1.2

2.2

3.1

5.3

7.4

10

15

20

25

30

40

48

58

71

116

142

kVA
%

DC injection braking

20

98

10 to 15

Starting frequency: 0.0 to 60.0Hz, Braking time: 0.0 to 30.0s, Braking level: 0 to 60%

DC REACTOR(DCR)

Option

Applicable safety standards

UL508C, C22.2No.14, EN50178:1997(Applying)

Enclosure(IEC60529)

IP20 UL close type

Cooling method
Weight / Mass

55

Main power supply Three-phase, 200 to 240V, 50/60Hz

Required power supply capacity *6)

Braking

0.75
kW

Natural cooling
kg

Standard

IP00 UL open type

Fan cooling
3.3

5.6

6.6

*1) Fuji's 4-pole standard motor


*2) Rated capacity is calculated by assuming the output rated voltage as 220V for three-phase 200V series.
*3) Output voltage cannot exceed the power supply voltage.
*4) When setting the carrier frequency (F26) to 1 kHz, reduce the load to 80% of its rated value.
*5) Calculated under Fuji-specified conditions.
*6) Obtained when a DC REACTOR is used.
*7) Average braking torque without optional braking resistor (Varies with the efficiency of the motor.)
Max. voltage [V] - Min. voltage [V]
*8) Voltage unbalance [%] =
x 67 (IEC61800-3(5.2.3))
Three-phase average voltage [V]
 If this value is 2 to 3%, use an AC REACTOR.

9.3

9.5

11.7

23

31

34

41

410

Standard specifications
Three-phase 400V series (0.75 to 55kW)
Item
Type (FRN

Specifications

F1S-4A)

Applicable motor rating *1)

Output ratings

Rated capacity *2)

Input ratings

1.5

2.2

3.7

5.5

7.5

11

15

18.5

22

30

37

45

55

0.75

1.5

2.2

3.7

5.5

7.5

11

15

18.5

22

30

37

45

55

kVA

1.9

2.8

4.1

6.8

9.5

12

17

22

28

33

44

54

64

77

44

58

71

84

102

Rated voltage *3)

Three-phase, 380, 400V/50Hz, 380, 400, 440, 460V/60Hz (with AVR function)

Rated current *4)

2.5

3.7

5.5

9.0

Overload capability

120% of rated current for 1min

Rated frequency

50, 60Hz

Phases, voltage,
frequency

12.5

16.5

23

30

37

Main power supply Three-phase, 380 to 480V, 50/60Hz

Three-phase, 380 to 440V/50Hz


Three-phase, 380 to 480V/60Hz

Auxiliary control
power input

Single-phase, 380 to 440V/50Hz


Single-phase, 380 to 480V/60Hz

Voltage/frequency variations
Rated current *5)

Single-phase, 380 to 480V, 50/60Hz


Voltage: +10 to -15% (Voltage unbalance: 2% or less (*8)), Frequency: +5 to -5%

(with DCR)

1.6

3.0

4.5

7.5

10.6

14.4

21.1

28.8

35.5

42.2

57.0

68.5

83.2

102

(without DCR)

3.1

5.9

8.2

13.0

17.3

23.2

33.0

43.8

52.3

60.6

77.9

94.3

114

140

1.2

2.2

3.1

5.3

7.4

10

15

20

25

30

40

48

58

71

Required power supply capacity *6)

Braking

0.75
kW

Torque *7)

kVA
%

DC injection braking

20

10 to 15

Starting frequency: 0.0 to 60.0Hz, Braking time: 0.0 to 30.0s, Braking level: 0 to 60%

DC REACTOR(DCR)

Option

Applicable safety standards

UL508C, C22.2No.14, EN50178:1997(Applying)

Enclosure (IEC60529)

IP20 UL close type

Cooling method

Natural cooling

Weight / Mass

IP00 UL open type


Fan cooling

kg

3.3

5.6

5.7

6.6

9.2

10.3

11.7

23

23

30

Three-phase 400V series (75 to 500kW)


Item
Type (FRN

Specifications

F1S-4A)

Applicable motor rating *1)

Output ratings

Rated capacity *2)

Input ratings

90

110

132

160

200

220

280

315

355

400

450

500

75

90

110

132

160

200

220

280

315

355

400

450

500

kVA

105

128

154

182

221

274

316

396

445

495

584

640

731

585

650

740

840

960

881

Rated voltage *3)

Three-phase, 380, 400V/50Hz, 380, 400, 440, 460V/60Hz (with AVR function)

Rated current *4)

139

168

203

Overload capability

120% of rated current for 1min

Rated frequency

50, 60Hz

Phases, voltage,
frequency

240

Main power supply

Three-phase, 380 to 440V, 50Hz


Three-phase, 380 to 480V, 60Hz

Auxiliary control
power input

Single -phase, 380 to 480V, 50/60Hz

Voltage/frequency variations
Rated current *5)

Torque *7)

290

415

520

Voltage: +10 to -15% (Voltage unbalance: 2% or less (*8)), Frequency: +5 to -5%


138

164

201

238

286

357

390

500

559

628

705

789

(without DCR)

114

140

165

199

248

271

347

388

435

489

547

611

kVA

96

DC injection braking

10 to 15
Starting frequency: 0.0 to 60.0Hz, Braking time: 0.0 to 30.0s, Braking level: 0 to 60%

DC REACTOR(DCR)

Standard

Applicable safety standards

UL508C, C22.2No.14, EN50178:1997(Applying)

Enclosure (IEC60529)

IP00 UL open type

Cooling method
Weight / Mass

360

(with DCR)

Required power supply capacity *6)

Braking

75
kW

Fan cooling
kg

35

*1) Fuji's 4-pole standard motor


*2) Rated capacity is calculated by assuming the output rated voltage as 440V for three-phase 400V series.
*3) Output voltage cannot exceed the power supply voltage.
*4) When setting the carrier frequency (F26) to 1 kHz, reduce the load to 80% of its rated value.
*5) Calculated under Fuji-specified conditions.
*6) Obtained when a DC REACTOR is used.
*7) Average braking torque without optional braking resistor (Varies with the efficiency of the motor.)
Max. voltage [V] - Min. voltage [V]
*8) Voltage unbalance [%] =
x 67 (IEC61800-3(5.2.3))
Three-phase average voltage [V]
 If this value is 2 to 3%, use an AC REACTOR.

Common specifications
Common specifications
Maximum frequency

25 to 120Hz

Related
function code
F03

Base frequency

25 to 120Hz

F04

Starting frequency

0.1 to 60.0Hz
0.75 to 15kHz (200V/400V:0.75 to 22kW)
0.75 to 10kHz (200V/400V:30 to 75kW)
0.75 to 6kHz (200V/400V:90 to 500kW)

Setting range

Output frequency

Item

Carrier frequency

Explanation

Remarks

F23
The carrier frequency may drop automatically according to the F26
ambient temperature or output current to protect the inverter. F27
H98
This protective operation can be canceled by function code
H98.

Accuracy (Stability)

Analog setting: 0.2% of maximum frequency (at 2510C)


Keypad setting: 0.01% of maximum frequency (at -10 to +50C)

Setting resolution

Analog setting: 1/1000 of maximum frequency (ex. 0.06Hz at 60Hz, 0.12Hz at 120Hz)
Keypad setting: 0.01Hz (99.99Hz or less), 0.1Hz (100.0Hz or more)
Link setting: Selectable from 2 types 1/20000 of maximum frequency (ex. 0.003Hz at 60Hz, 0.006Hz at 120Hz)
0.01Hz (fixed)

Control method

V/f control

Voltage/freq. characteristic

Possible to set output voltage at base frequency and at maximum output frequency
(common spec.).
AVR control can be turned ON or OFF.

(Non-linear V/f setting) 1 point (Arbitrary voltage and frequency can be set.)
Torque boost

Torque boost can be set with the function code F09.

Setting with

keys.

Three-phase 200V: 80 to 240V


Three-phase 400V: 160 to 500V

F03 to F05

Three-phase 200V: 0 to 240V/0 to 120Hz


Three-phase 400V: 0 to 500V/0 to 120Hz

H50, H51

Set when 0, 1, 3, or 4 is selected at F37.

F09, F37

(Load selection) Select application load type with the function code F37.
0: Variable torque load 1: Variable torque load (for high starting torque) 2: Auto-torque boost
3: Auto-energy-saving operation (variable torque load in acceleration/deceleration)
4: Auto-energy-saving operation (variable torque load (for high starting torque) for acceleration/deceleration)
5: Auto-energy-saving operation (auto-torque boost in acceleration/deceleration)
Starting torque

50% or over

Start/stop

Keypad
Start (FWD/REV) and stop with
operation
Start and stop with

,
,

keys
keys

F09, F37

Keypad (standard)

F02

Multi-function keypad (optional)

F02

External signals (7 digital inputs): Forward (reverse) rotation, stop command (capable of 3-wire
operation), second operation command, coast-to-stop command, external alarm, alarm reset, etc.

E01 to E05
E98, E99

Link operation: Operation through RS485 communication and Field Bus communication (option)

H30, y98

Operation command switch: Remote/local switch, link switch, second operation command switch
Frequency setting

Keypad operation: Can be set with

F01, C30

keys.

External potentiometer: Can be set with the external resistor (1 to 5k, 1/2W)

Connected to analog input terminals 13, 12,


11. A separate variable resistor is necessary.

Analog input



0 to +5V DC:change (200%) in analog


F18, C50, C32 to
input gain setting. +1 to +5V DC:adjustable C34, C37 to C39,
with bias/analog input gain
C42 to C44

Can be set with external voltage/current input.


0 to +10V DC (0 to +5V DC)/0 to 100% (terminal 12, V2)
4 to 20mA DC/0 to 100% (terminal C1)

C05 to C11
F01, C30

Link operation: Can be set with RS485 communications and field bus communications (option).

H30, y98

Frequency setting change: Two types of frequency settings can be switched with an external signal (digital input).
Changeover between remote and local (keypad operation) or frequency setup through communication is also possible.

F01, C30

Auxiliary frequency setting: Inputs at terminal 12, C1 or V2 can be added to the main setting
as auxiliary frequency settings.

E61 to E63

Reverse action: The digital input signal and function code setting sets or switches between
the forward and reverse actions.
+10 to 0V DC/0 to 100%(Terminal 12, V2) 20 to 4mA DC/0 to 100%(Terminal C1)

C53

Acceleration / deceleration
time

0 to 3600s
Acceleration and deceleration pattern can be selected from 4 types: Linear,
S-curve (weak), S-curve (strong), Curve (constant output max. capacity).
Shutoff of the operation command coasts the motor to decelerate and stop.

F07, F08
H07
H11

Frequency limiter

High and low limiters can be set (setting range: 0 to 120Hz)

Bias frequency

Bias of set frequency and PID command can be set in the range between 0 and 100%.

Gain for frequency setting

The analog input gain can be set in the range from 0 to 200%.

Jump frequency setting

3 operation points and their common jump hysteresis width (0 to 30Hz) can be set.

C01 to C04

Restart after momentary


power failure

The inverter restarts upon recovery from power failure without stopping the motor.
In the "operation continuation mode," recovery of the power supply is waited for while the output frequency slightly drops.
Selection can be made among starting at 0Hz, starting at the frequency immediately before the momentary power failure,
and starting at a set frequency for the starting method after power recovery.

F14

Current limit

Keeps the current under the preset value during operation.

F43, F44

Line/inverter switching

Line/inverter switching (starting at line frequency) can be made with a digital input signal (SW50, SW60).
A built-in line/inverter switching sequence performs sequence control with a digital input signal (ISW50, ISW60) to
output a signal (SW88, SW52-1, SW52-2) for controlling an external magnetic contactor (MC). As a built-in
sequence, two types can be selected, including the one switching automatically to the line upon an inverter alarm.

J22

PID control

Capable of PID regulator control for process

E61 to E63
J01 to J06
J10 to 0J19

Control

Multistep frequency: Selectable from 8 steps (step 0 to 7)


UP/DOWN operation: The frequency rises or lowers while the digital input signal is turned on.

Selection can be made between continuation of operation and


stopping at frequencies equal to or smaller than the lower limit.

Process commands
Key operation (UP and DOWN keys):0 to 100%
Analog input (terminal 12, V2):0 to +10V DC/0 to 100%
Analog input (terminal C1):4 to 20mA DC/0 to 100%
UP/DOWN (digital input):0 to 100%
Communication (RS485, bus option):0 to 20,000/0 to 100

10

F15, F16
H63
F18, C50 to C52

Voltage signals (terminal 12, V2) and current


signal (terminal C1) can be set independently.

C32, C34, C37


C39, C42, C44

H13 to H16, H92, H93

Common specifications
Item
PID control

Explanation

Remarks

Related
function code

E61 to E6
J01 to J06
J10 to J19

Feedback value
Analog input (terminal 12, V2):0 to +10V DC/0 to 100%
Analog input (terminal C1):4 to 20mA DC/0 to 100%

Indication

Operation begins at a preset pick-up frequency to search for the motor speed to start an
idling motor without stopping it.

H09, H17

Automatic deceleration

Upon a DC link voltage exceeding the overvoltage limit level during deceleration, the
deceleration time automatically extends to avoid an OV trip.

H69

Deceleration characteristic

The motor loss increases during deceleration to reduce the load energy regenerating at the inverter to avoid an OV trip upon mode selection.

H71

Automatic energy-saving operation

The output voltage is controlled to minimize the total sum of the motor loss and inverter loss at a constant speed.

F37

Active drive

The output frequency is automatically reduced to suppress the overload protection trip of the inverter
caused by an increase in the ambient temperature, operation frequency, motor load or the like.

H70

Auto-tuning

The motor parameters are automatically tuned.

Cooling fan ON/OFF control

Detects inverter internal temperature and stops cooling fan when the temperature is low.

Running/stopping

Speed monitor, output current [A], output voltage [V], torque calculation value, input power
[kW], PID reference value, PID feedback value, PID output, load factor, motor output
Select the speed monitor to be displayed from the following.
Output frequency [Hz], motor speed [r/min.], load shaft speed [r/min.], % indication

P04

Life early warning

The life early warning of the main circuit capacitors, capacitors on the PC boards and the
cooling fan can be displayed.

Cumulative run hours

The cumulative motor running hours, cumulative inverter running hours and cumulative watt-hours can be displayed.

Trip mode

Displays the cause of trip by codes.

(Overcurrent during acceleration)


(Overcurrent during deceleration)

(Grounding fault)

(Input phase loss)

(Output phase loss)


(Overvoltage during acceleration)

(Overvoltage at constant speed)


(Overheating of the heat sink)

(Inverter overheat)

(Motor protection (PTC thermistor))

(Inverter overload)

(Blown fuse)

(Memory error)

(Keypad communication error)

(Optional communication error)


(Option error) 

(Tuning error)

(RS485 communication error)

(RS485 communication error (option))

An external output is issued in a transistor


output signal.

H06
E43
E48

An external output is issued in a transistor


output signal.

(Overcurrent at constant speed)


(Undervoltage)
(Overvoltage during deceleration)
(External alarm)
(Motor overload)
(Charging circuit fault)
(CPU error)
(Incorrect operation error)
(Data save error due to undervoltage)

Running or trip mode

Trip history: Saves and displays the last 4 trip codes and their detailed description.

Overcurrent protection

The inverter is stopped upon an overcurrent caused by an overload.

Short circuit protection

The inverter is stopped upon an overcurrent caused by a short circuit in the output circuit.

Grounding fault protection

The inverter is stopped upon an overcurrent caused by a grounding fault in the output circuit.

Overvoltage protection

An excessive DC link circuit voltage is detected to stop the inverter.

Surge protection

The inverter is protected against surge voltages intruding across the main circuit power cable and ground.

Undervoltage

Stops the inverter by detecting voltage drop in DC link circuit.

3-phase 200V / 200VDC


3-phase 400V / 400VDC

F14

Input phase loss

Stops or protects the inverter against input phase loss.

The protective function can be canceled with function code 99.

H98

Output phase loss

Detects breaks in inverter output wiring at the start of running and during running, stopping the inverter output.

The protective function can be canceled with function code 99.

H98

Overheating

The temperature of the heat sink of the inverter or that inside the inverter unit is detected to
stop the inverter, upon a failure or overload of the cooling fan.

Overload

The inverter is stopped upon the temperature of the heat sink of the inverter or the temperature of the switching element calculated from the output current.
Thermal time constant can be adjusted (0.5 to 75.0min.).

F10 to F12, P99

Motor protection

Protection
Environment

Pick-up

3-phase 200V / 400VDC


3-phase400V / 800VDC

Electronic thermal

The inverter is stopped upon an electronic thermal function setting to protect the motor.

PTC thermistor

A PTC thermistor input stops the inverter to protect the motor.

H26, H27

Overload early warning

Warning signal can be output based on the set level before the inverter trips.

F10, F12, E34,


E35, P99

Stall prevention

The output frequency decreases upon an output current exceeding the limit during acceleration or constant speed operation, to avoid overcurrent trip.

Momentary power failure


protection

A protective function (inverter stoppage) is activated upon a momentary power failure for 15msec or longer.
If restart upon momentary power failure is selected, the inverter restarts upon recovery of the voltage within the set time.

Retry function

When the motor is tripped and stopped, this function automatically resets the tripping state
and restarts operation.

Command loss detection

A loss (broken wire, etc.) of the frequency command is detected to output an alarm and
continue operation at the preset frequency (set at a ratio to the frequency before detection).

Installation location

Shall be free from corrosive gases, flammable gases, oil mist, dusts, and direct sunlight.
(Pollution degree 2 (IEC60664-1)). Indoor use only.

Ambient temperature

-10 to +50C

Ambient humidity

5 to 95% (no condensation)

Altitude

Altitude [m]
Lower than 1,000
1,001 to 2,000
2,001 to 3,000

F14
Waiting time before resetting and the
number of retry times can be set.

* If the altitude exceeds 2,000m, insulate


the interface circuit from the main power
supply to conform to the Low Voltage
Directives.

Output derating
None
Decreases
Decreases*

Amb. temp.
Amb. humidity

5 to 95%RH (no condensation)

[90kW or more]
3mm (vibration width): 2 to less than 9Hz
2m/s2
: 9 to less than 55Hz
1m/s2
:55 to less than 200Hz

11

H04, H05
E65

-10 to 40C when inverters are installed


side by side without clearance.

[Smaller than 75kW]


3mm (vibration width): 2 to less than 9Hz,
9.8m/s2
: 9 to less than 20Hz
2m/s2
:20 to less than 55Hz
1m/s2
:55 to less than 200Hz
-25 to +65C

Vibration

Storage

Control

Accessory functions
Alarm output (absolute value alarm, deviation alarm) Normal operation/inverse operation
Small water flow stoppage function Anti-reset wind-up function
PID output limiter Integration reset/hold

External Dimensions
Main body of inverter (5.5kW)
150
7

101.5

136

61.5
5

260

246

Unit : mm

163

Power supply
voltage

Type

Three-phase 200V FRN5.5F1S-2A


Three-phase 400V FRN5.5F1S-4A
6
30

30

23.5

45

27

81.4

(Height of grounding terminal)

98.9

PULL

Main body of inverter (7.5 to 30kW)


W1

12

D1

D2

10

11.2

11

10
A
W3

W4

(Height of separate power terminal block)

PULL

H4

H3

W2

H2

H1

11

Unit : mm

W
12

Power supply
voltage

Type

FRN7.5F1S-2A
FRN11F1S-2A
Three-phase FRN15F1S-2A
200V
FRN18.5F1S-2A
FRN22F1S-2A
FRN30F1S-2A
FRN7.5F1S-4A
FRN11F1S-4A
Three-phase FRN15F1S-4A
400V
FRN18.5F1S-4A
FRN22F1S-4A
FRN30F1S-4A

W1

W2

W3

W4

Dimensions (mm)
H1 H2 H3 H4

220 196 63.5 46.5 46.5 260 238 141.7 16 172.9


136.7 21
250 226

67

58

58

400 378

166.2

12

67

58

58

D2

118.5 96.5

27

34

34

42

85

130

186.2

400 378 166.2


-

D1

215

175.2

220 196 63.5 46.5 46.5 260 238 141.7 16 172.9


136.7 21
250 226

175.2

186.2

118.5 96.5
215
85

130

27

34

34

42

Main body of inverter (37 to 75kW)


2

10

Unit : mm

4.5

W1

D2

H1

12

D1

10

W3
(8)

W2

Type

FRN37F1S-2A
Three-phase FRN45F1S-2A
200V
FRN55F1S-2A
FRN75F1S-2A
FRN37F1S-4A
Three-phase FRN45F1S-4A
400V
FRN55F1S-4A
FRN75F1S-4A

H3

H2

Power supply
voltage

Dimensions (mm)
W W1 W2 W3 H
H1 H2 H3
D
320 240 304 310.2 550 530 192 220.5 255
355 275 339 345.2

615 595

201.5 230.5 270

D1
115

D2
140
155

740 720
320 240 304 310.2
355 275 339 345.2

192 220.5 255

550 530
615 595

140
115

209.5 238 270

155

* The above dimensions are planned ones; they are subject to change.

Keypad

(13.775)

9.5
2 M3

8.17

65

Back side view

Inside panel

4.5

23

(80)
58

(10.5)

Panel surface

45

(65)

11.4

8.1
(16.98)

Panel cutout

11.68
(53.8)

15.24
61

13

(9.5)

45

61

(14.615)

18.2

15.08

80

10.5

Unit : mm

Wiring Diagram
Basic wiring diagram
The following diagram is for reference only. For detailed wiring diagrams, refer to the Instruction Manual.

Keypad operation
Run/Stop operation and frequency setting on the keypad

DC REACTOR
DCR (Note1)

[Wiring procedure]
(1) Wire the inverter main power circuit.

P1

Power supply
Three-phase
200 to 240V
50/60Hz
or three-phase
380 to 480V
50/60Hz

(Note2)
MCCB or
ELCB

(Note3)
MC

P1

P(+)

Main circuit

N(-)

L1/R

Motor

L2/S

L3/T

R0
(Note4)

T0
G

Grounding
terminal

Analog input

[13]
[12]
[11]

SINK

[V2]

SOURCE

30C
30B
30 30A

Grounding terminal
Control circuit
Alarm relay output
(for any fault)

Y5C
Y5A

Relay output

[C1]
[11]
[FMA]

[FMP]

(X1)
(X2)
(X3)
(X4)
(X5)
(CM)
(PLC)

<Y1>
<Y2>
<Y3>
<CMY>

Transistor output

Digital input

(FWD)
(REV)
(CM)

[Operation method]
(1) Run/Stop
: Press
or
key on the keypad.
(2) Setting frequency: Set the frequency with
or
key.
Note1: When connecting a DC REACTOR (DCR option), remove the jumper bar
from across the terminals [P1] and [P (+)]. The DCR is a standard
accessory for 75kW or larger capacity inverters. It must be connected
when provided.
Note2: Install a recommended molded-case circuit-breaker (MCCB) or an earthleakage circuit-breaker (ELCB) (with an overcurrent protection function) in
the primary circuit of the inverter to protect wiring. At this time, ensure that
the circuit breaker capacity is equivalent to or lower than the
recommended capacity.
Note3: Install a magnetic contactor (MC) for each inverter to separate the inverter
form the power supply, apart from the MCCB or ELCB, when necessary.
Connect a surge suppressor in parallel when installing a coil such as the
MC or solenoid near the inverter.
Note4: Connect the control circuit with the main circuit power supply to bring the
inverter in a waiting state. If this terminal is not connected, the inverter
can still be operated with the application of main power.

Operation by external signal inputs


Run/Stop operation and frequency setting through external signals
[Wiring procedure]
(1) Wire both the inverter main power circuit and control circuit.
(2) Set (external signal) at function code
. Next, set (voltage input (terminal
12) (0 to +10VDC)), (current input (terminal C1) (+4 to 20mADC)), or other
value at function code
.

DC REACTOR
DCR (Note1)
P1
(Note2)
MCCB or
ELCB

Power supply
Three-phase
200 to 240V
50/60Hz
or three-phase
380 to 480V
50/60Hz

(Note3)
MC

P1

P(+)

Main circuit

N(-)

L1/R

Motor

L2/S

L3/T

R0
(Note4)

T0
G

3
2

[13]

[12]
[11]

SINK

(+)
(-)

[V2]

SOURCE

Current input for


(+)
setting 4 to 20mAdc (-)

[C1]
[11]

Voltage input for


setting 0 to 10Vdc
Voltage input for
setting 0 to 10Vdc

30C
30B
30 30A

Grounding terminal
Control circuit
Alarm relay output
(for any fault)

Y5C
Y5A

Relay output

[FMA]

Analog meter

[FMP]

Digital frequency meter

Digital input

(FWD)
(REV)
(CM)

(Note6)

(X1)
(X2)
(X3)
(X4)
(X5)
(CM)
(PLC)

<Y1>
<Y2>
<Y3>
<CMY>

Transistor output

Analog input

(Note5)
Power supply for
variable resistor

Grounding
terminal

[Operation method]
(1)Run/Stop
: Operate the inverter across terminals FDW and CM shortcircuited, and stop with open terminals.
(2)Frequency setting: Voltage input (0 to +10VDC), current input (+4 to 20mADC)
Note1: When connecting a DC REACTOR (DCR option), remove the jumper bar
from across the terminals [P1] and [P (+)]. The DCR is a standard
accessory for 75kW or larger capacity inverters. It must be connected
when provided.
Note2: Install a recommended molded-case circuit-breaker (MCCB) or an earthleakage circuit-breaker (ELCB) (with an overcurrent protection function) in
the primary circuit of the inverter to protect wiring. At this time, ensure that
the circuit breaker capacity is equivalent to or lower than the
recommended capacity.
Note3: Install a magnetic contactor (MC) for each inverter to separate the inverter
form the power supply, apart from the MCCB or ELCB, when necessary.
Connect a surge suppressor in parallel when installing a coil such as the
MC or solenoid near the inverter.
Note4: Connect the control circuit with the main circuit power supply to bring the
inverter in a waiting state. If this terminal is not connected, the inverter
can still be operated with the application of main power.
Note5: Frequency can be set by connecting a frequency setting device (external
potentiometer) between the terminals 11, 12 and 13 instead of inputting a
voltage signal (0 to +10V DC, 0 to +5V DC or +1 to +5V DC) between the
terminals 12 and 11.
Note6: For the control signal wires, use shielded or twisted wires. Ground
shielded wires. To prevent malfunction due to noise, keep the control
circuit wiring away from the main circuit wiring as far as possible
(recommended: 10cm or more). Never install them in the same wire duct.
When crossing the control circuit wiring with the main circuit wiring, set
them at right angles.

14

Terminal Functions

Frequency setting

Main circuit

Division

Terminal Functions
Symbol

Terminal name

Functions

L1/R,L2/S,L3/T
R0,T0
U,V,W
P(+),P1
P(+),N(-)
G
13
12

Power input
Auxiliary control power input
Inverter output
For DC REACTOR
For DC bus connection
Grounding
Potentiometer power supply
Voltage input

C1

(Inverse operation)
(PID control)
(Frequency aux. setting)
(Analog input monitor)
Current input

V2

(Inverse operation)
(PID control)
(Frequency aux. setting)
(Analog input monitor)
Analog setting voltage input

11

(Inverse operation)
(PID control)
(For PTC thermistor)
(Frequency aux. setting)
(Analog input monitor)
Analog common

Connect a three-phase power supply.


Connect a single-phase power supply.
Connect a three-phase motor.
Connect the DC reactor (DCR).
Used for DC bus connection.
Terminal for inverter grounding
Used for frequency setting device power supply (variable resistance: 1 to 5k) (10Vdc 10mAdc max.)
Used as a frequency setting voltage input.
0 to +10V DC/0 to 100% (0 to +5V DC/0 to 100%)
+10 to 0V DC/0 to 100%
Used for setting signal (PID process command value) or feedback signal.
Used as additional auxiliary setting to various frequency settings.
The peripheral analog signal can be displayed on the keypad. (Displaying coefficient: valid)
Used as a frequency setting current input.
4 to 20mA DC/0 to 100%
20 to 4mA DC/0 to 100%
Used for setting signal (PID process command value) or feedback signal.
Used as additional auxiliary setting to various frequency settings.
The peripheral analog signal can be displayed on the keypad. (Displaying coefficient: valid)
Used as a frequency setting voltage input.
0 to +10V DC/0 to 100% (0 to +5V DC/0 to 100%)
+10 to 0V DC/0 to 100%
Used for setting signal (PID process command value) or feedback signal.
Connects PTC thermistor for motor protection.
Used as additional auxiliary setting to various frequency settings.
The peripheral analog signal can be displayed on the keypad. (Displaying coefficient: valid)
Common terminal for frequency setting signals (12, 13, C1, V2, FMA)

X1
X2
X3
X4
X5
FWD
REV
(FWD)
(REV)
(SS1)
(SS2)
(SS4)

Digital input

Two terminals are provided.


Input impedance:22k
Maximum input:+15V DC

F18
C32 to C34
E61

Input impedance:250
Maximum input:30mA DC

F18
C37 to C39
E62

Input impedance:22k
Maximum input:+15V DC

F18
C42 to C44
E63

Isolated from terminals CM and CMY.


Two terminals are provided.
Digital input 1
The following functions can be set at terminals X1 to X5, FWD and REV for
ON state
signal input.
Source current:2.5 to 5mA
Digital input 2
<Common function>
Voltage level:2V
Digital input 3
Sink and source are changeable using the built-in sliding switch.
OFF state
Digital input 4
ON timing can be changed between short-circuit of terminals X1 and CM and Allowable leakage current:
Digital input 5
open circuits of them. The same setting is possible between CM and any of the Smaller than 0.5mA
Forward operation command terminals among X2, X3, X4, X5, FWD, and REV.
Voltage:22 to 27V
Reverse operation command
Forward operation command The motor runs in the forward direction upon ON across (FWD) and CM.The motor decelerates and stops upon OFF. This function can be set only for the
Reverse operation command The motor runs in the reverse direction upon ON across (REV) and CM.The motor decelerates and stops upon OFF. terminals FWD and REV.
8-step operation can be conducted with ON/OFF signals at (SS1) to (SS4).
Multistep freq.
Multistep frequency
selection
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

E01
E02
E03
E04
E05
E98
E99

C05 to C11

Digital input

(HLD) 3-wire operation stop


command
(BX)
(RST)
(THR)
(Hz2/Hz1)
(DCBRK)
(SW50)
(SW60)
(UP)
(DOWN)
(WE-KP)
(Hz/PID)

Related
function code

Remarks

Coast-to-stop command
Alarm reset
Trip command (External fault)
Freq. set 2/Freq. set 1
DC braking command
Line/inverter switch(50Hz)
Line/inverter switch(60Hz)
UP command
DOWN command
Write enable for KEYPAD
PID cancel

(IVS) Inverse mode


changeover
(IL) Interlock
(LE) Link enable
(RS485, Bus)
(U-DI) Universal DI
(STM) Starting characteristic selection
(STOP) Forcible stop
(PID-RST) PID differentiation / integration reset
(PID-HLD) PID integral hold
(LOC) Local (keypad) command selection
(RE) Operation permission
(DWP) Dew prevention
(ISW50) Line/inverter switching
sequence(50Hz)
(ISW60) Line/inverter switching
sequence(60Hz)
(FR2/FR1) Operation command 2/1
(FWD2) Forward rotation/stop command 2
(REV2) Reverse operation/stop command 2
PLC
PLC terminal
CM
Common

Used for 3-wire operation.


ON across (HLD) and CM: The inverter self-holds FWD or REV signal.
OFF across (HLD) and CM: The inverter releases self-holding.
ON across (BX) and CM: The inverter output is shut off immediately and the motor coasts to a stop.
ON across (RST) and CM: Faults are reset.
OFF across (THR) and CM: The inverter output is shut off immediately and the motor coasts-to-stop.
ON across (Hz2/Hz1)and CM: Freq. set 2 is effective.
ON across (DCBRK) and CM: Starts DC braking action.
OFF across (SW50) and CM: Starts at 50Hz.
OFF across (SW60) and CM: Starts at 60Hz
The output frequency rises while the circuit across (UP) and CM is connected.
The output frequency drops while the circuit across (DOWN) and CM is connected.
The function code data can be changed from the keypad only when (WEE-KP) is ON.
PID control can be canceled when the circuit across (Hz/PID) and CM is connected. (Operation proceeds
according to the selected frequency setting method such as the multi-step frequency, keypad and analog input.)
The frequency setting or PID control output signal (frequency setting) action mode switches
between normal and inverse actions when the circuit across (IVS) and CM is connected.
Connect an auxiliary contact of a switch installed between the inverter and motor. This signal is input upon
momentary power failure to detect momentary power failure, and the inverter restarts upon power recovery.
Operation proceeds according to commands sent via RS485 communication or
field bus (option) when the circuit across (LE) and CM is connected.
An arbitrary digital input signal is transmitted to the host controller.
ON across (STM) and CM: Starting at the pick-up frequency becomes valid.
ON across (STOP) and CM: The inverter is forcibly stopped in the special deceleration time.
ON across (PID-RST) and CM: Resets differentiation and integration values of PID.
ON across (PID-HLD) and CM: Holds integration values of PID.
ON across (LOC) and CM: The operation commands and frequency settings given at the keypad become valid.
After an operation command is input, operation starts upon activation of (RE).
ON across (DWP) and CM: A current flows through the motor to avoid motor
temperature drop during inverter stoppage so that condensation will not occur.
OFF across (ISW50) and CM: Line operation starts according to the switching
sequence built in the inverter. (For 50Hz commercial line)
OFF across (ISW60) and CM: Line operation starts according to the switching
sequence built in the inverter. (For 60Hz commercial line)
ON across (FR2/FR1) and CM: The operation command switches to (FWD2) (REV2) side.
Forward operation upon ON across (FWD) and CM. Deceleration and stop upon OFF. (Second operation command)
Reverse operation upon ON across (REV) and CM. Deceleration and stop upon OFF. (Second operation command)
Connect to PLC output signal power supply. Common for 24V power.
Common terminal for digital input signal

15

(SS1)

ON

(SS2)

(SS4)

ON

ON

ON ON

ON

ON ON

ON ON ON ON

No alarm signal will be output.


Alarm reset signal width: 0.1(s) or more
Alarm signal
will be output.
F01, F30
F20 to F22

F01, C30
J02
F00
J01 to J06
J10 to J19
C50, J01
F14
H30, y98

H17, H09
H56
J01 to J06
J10 to J19

J21
F21, F22
J22
J22
F02

+24V 50mA max.


Isolated from terminals 11 and
CMY.Two terminals are provided.

Terminal Functions

Pulse output Analog output Division

Terminal Functions
Symbol

Terminal name

Functions

Remarks

Related
function code

FMA

Analog monitor

The output style can be selected between DC voltage (0 to 10V) and DC current (4 to 20mA).
One of the following items can be output in the selected output style.
Output frequency. Output current. Output voltage. Output torque. Load factor.
Input power. PID feedback value. DC link circuit voltage. Universal AO.
Motor output. Analog output test. PID command. PID output

In the case of voltage output, up to two analog voltmeters F29 to F31


(0 to 10Vdc, input impedance: 10k) can be connected.
In the case of current output, analog ammeters (up to
500) can be connected.
Gain adjustment range: 0 to 200%

FMP

Pulse monitor

One of the following items can be output in a pulse frequency.


Output frequency. Output current. Output voltage. Output torque. Load factor.
Power consumption. PID feedback value. DC link circuit voltage. Universal AO.
Motor output. Analog output test. PID command. PID output

Up to two analog voltmeters (0 to


10Vdc, input impedance: 10k) can be
connected. (Driven at average voltage)
Gain adjustment range: 0 to 200%

(PLC)

Transistor output power

Power supply for a transistor output load.(24Vdc 50mAdc Max.)(Note: Same terminal as digital input PLC terminal)

Short circuit across terminals CM and CMY to use.

Y1

Transistor output 1

Y2

Transistor output 2

Y3

Transistor output 3

The following functions can be set at terminals Y1 to Y3 for signal output.


Max. voltage: 27Vdc, max. current:
The setting of "short circuit upon active signal output" or "open upon active signal output" is possible. 50mA, leak current: 0.1mA max., ON
Sink/source support (switching unnecessary)
voltage: within 2V (at 50mA)

F33 to F35

E20
E21
E22

(RUN) Inverter running (speed exists) An active signal is issued when the inverter runs at higher than the starting frequency.
(RUN2) Inverter output on

A signal is issued when the inverter runs at smaller than the starting frequency or when DC braking is in action.

(FAR) Speed/freq. arrival

An active signal is issued when the output frequency reaches the set frequency.

(FDT) Speed/freq. detection

An active signal is issued at output frequencies above a preset detection level. Hysteresis width (fixed): 1.0 (Hz)
The signal is deactivated if the output frequency falls below the detection level.

Detection width (fixed): 2.5 (Hz)


E31

(LV) Undervoltage detection The signal is output when the inverter stops because of undervoltage.
(IOL) Inverter output limit (limit on current) The signal is output when the inverter is limiting the current.

F43, F44

(IPF) Auto-restarting

F14

The signal is output during auto restart operation (after momentary power failure and until completion of restart).

Transistor output

(OL) Overload early warning (motor) The signal is output when the electronic thermal relay value is higher than the preset alarm level.

F10 to F12

(RDY) Operation ready output A signal is issued if preparation for inverter operation is completed.
(SW88) Line-to-inverter switching

The magnetic contactor on the line side of line-to-inverter switching is controlled.

(SW52-2) Line-to-inverter switching

The magnetic contactor on the inverter output side (secondary side) of line-to-inverter switching is controlled.

(SW52-1) Line-to-inverter switching

The magnetic contactor on the inverter input side (primary side) of line-to-inverter switching is controlled.

(AX) AX terminal function

The electromagnetic contactor on the inverter input side (primary side) is controlled.

(FAN) Cooling fan ON/OFF control

The ON/OFF signal of the cooling fan is issued.

H06

(TRY) Retry in action

The signal is output during an active retry.

H04, H05

(U-DO) Universal DO

The signal transmitted from the host controller is issued.

(OH) Heat sink overheat early warning An early warning signal is issued before the heat sink trips due to an overheat.
(LIFE) Lifetime alarm

H42, H43, H98

Outputs alarm signal according to the preset lifetime level.

(REF OFF) Command loss detection A loss of the frequency command is detected.
(OLP) Overload preventive control

E65

The signal is output when the overload control is activated.

H70

The signal is output when a current larger than the set value has been detected for the timer-set time.

E34, E35

(PID-ALM) PID alarm output

An absolute value alarm or deviation alarm under PID control is issued as a signal.

J11 to J13

(PID-CTL) Under PID control

The valid state of PID control is issued as a signal.

(PID-STP) PID stop upon small water flow

(ID) Current detection

A signal is issued if operation is stopped due to a small water flow under PID control. (The inverter is stopped even if the operation command is issued.)

J15 to J17

(U-TL) Low torque detection

A signal is issued if the torque falls below the preset low torque detection level for a set time.

E80, E81

(RMT) In remote mode


(AX2) Operation command input

A signal is issued in the remote mode.


A signal is issued if there is an operation command input and operation ready is completed.

Communication Contact output

(ALM) Alarm relay output (for any fault) An alarm relay output (for any fault) signal is issued as a transistor output signal.
CMY

Transistor output common

Common terminal for transistor output

Y5A,Y5C

General-purpose relay
output

Multi-purpose relay output; signals similar to above-mentioned signals Y1 to Y3 can be selected. Contact capacity:250 V AC, 0.3A, cos =0.3 E24
An alarm output is issued upon either excitation or no excitation according to selection.

+48 V DC, 0.5A

The terminal is isolated from terminals 11 and CM.

E27

30A,30B,30C Alarm relay output (for A no-voltage contact signal (1c) is issued when the inverter is stopped due to an alarm.
Multi-purpose relay output; signals similar to above-mentioned signals Y1 to Y3 can be selected.
any fault) output
An alarm output is issued upon either excitation or no excitation according to selection.
RJ45 connector for
connection of keypad

One of the following protocols can be selected.


Modbus RTU
Protocol exclusively for keypad (default selection)
Fuji's special inverter protocol
SX protocol for PC loader

16

Power (+5V) is supplied to the


keypad.

H30
y01 to y20
y98, y99

TerminalFunctions
TerminalArrangement
Maincircuitterminals
Powersupply Applicablemotor
voltage rating(kW)
Three-phase
0.75
200V
1.5
2.2
3.7
5.5
7.5
11
15
18.5
22
30
37
45
55
75
90
110
0.75
Three-phase
1.5
400V
2.2
3.7
5.5
7.5
11
15
18.5
22
30
37
45
55
75
90
110
132
160
200
220
280
315
355
400
450
500

Invertertype
FRN0.75F1S-2A
FRN1.5F1S-2A
FRN2.2F1S-2A
FRN3.7F1S-2A
FRN5.5F1S-2A
FRN7.5F1S-2A
FRN11F1S-2A
FRN15F1S-2A
FRN18.5F1S-2A
FRN22F1S-2A
FRN30F1S-2A
FRN37F1S-2A
FRN45F1S-2A
FRN55F1S-2A
FRN75F1S-2A
FRN90F1S-2A
FRN110F1S-2A
FRN0.75F1S-4A
FRN1.5F1S-4A
FRN2.2F1S-4A
FRN3.7F1S-4A
FRN5.5F1S-4A
FRN7.5F1S-4A
FRN11F1S-4A
FRN15F1S-4A
FRN18.5F1S-4A
FRN22F1S-4A
FRN30F1S-4A
FRN37F1S-4A
FRN45F1S-4A
FRN55F1S-4A
FRN75F1S-4A
FRN90F1S-4A
FRN110F1S-4A
FRN132F1S-4A
FRN160F1S-4A
FRN200F1S-4A
FRN220F1S-4A
FRN280F1S-4A
FRN315F1S-4A
FRN355F1S-4A
FRN400F1S-4A
FRN450F1S-4A
FRN500F1S-4A

Reference

Fig.D

Fig.A

Availablesoon

Controlcircuitterminalblock

Controlcircuit
terminalblock
R0 T0

P(+)

N(-)

Fig.A
R0

T0

L1/R L2/S L3/T

Fig.B

P1

P(+)

N(-)

W
G

Fig.C

P1

TerminalsizesR0,T0:M3.5,other:M4

Fig.D
Fig.E

L1/R L2/S L3/T

TerminalsizesR0,T0:M3.5,other:M8

Fig.E

Fig.B

Fig.F

Controlcircuit
terminalblock

Controlcircuit
terminalblock

R0 T0

R0 T0

Availablesoon
L1/R L2/S L3/T
L1/R L2/S L3/T

Availablesoon

P1

P(+)

N(-)

U
P1

Fig.A

TerminalsizesR0,T0:M3.5,other:M5

Fig.B

W
P(+)

N(-)

TerminalsizesR0,T0:M3.5,other:M8

Fig.F

Fig.C

Fig.C

Controlcircuit
terminalblock

Fig.D

Controlcircuit
terminalblock

R0 T0

R0 T0

Fig.E

L1/R L2/S L3/T


L1/R L2/S L3/T

P1

P(+)

N(-)

Controlcircuitterminals(commontoallmodels)

30B
30A

Y1

Y3

V2
Y2

30C CMY

11

C1
11

FMA FMP

12

PLC
13

CM

X5

X1

17

X2

X3

FWD REV

Terminalsizes:M3

P(+)

TerminalsizesR0,T0:M3.5,G:M8,other:M10

Availablesoon

Y5C

P1

TerminalsizesR0,T0:M3.5,other:M6

Y5A

X4
CM

N(-)

Protective Functions
Protective Functions
Function

LED
Alarm output
Related
indication (30A, B, C) Note) function code

Description

Overcurrent protection
Short circuit protection
Grounding
fault protection

During acceleration
The inverter is stopped for protection against overcurrent.
The inverter is stopped for protection against overcurrent caused by a short circuit in the output circuit. During deceleration
The inverter is stopped upon start-up for protection against overcurrent caused by a During constant
grounding fault in the output circuit. If the power supply is turned on with the grounding fault,
speed operation
the protection may be invalidated. (3-phase 200V 75kW or less, 3-phase 400V 220kW or less)
The inverter is stopped upon detection of a zero-phase current on the output current
and for protection against overcurrent caused by a grounding fault in the output circuit.
(3-phase 200V 90kW or more, 3-phase 400V 280kW or more)

Overvoltage
protection

An excessive voltage (3-phase 200V series: 400VDC, 3-phase 400V series: 800VDC) in During acceleration
the DC link circuit is detected and the inverter is stopped. If a large voltage is applied by During deceleration
mistake, the protection cannot be guaranteed.
During constant speed
operation (when stopped)

Undervoltage
protection

The voltage drop (3-phase 200V series: 200VDC, 3-phase 400V series: 400VDC) in the DC link circuit is detected to stop
the inverter.However, when "F14: 4 or 5" is selected, an alarm is not issued even upon a voltage drop in the DC link circuit.

Input phase loss


protection

The input phase loss is detected to shut off the inverter output. This function protects the inverter from being
damaged by adding extreme stress caused by a power phase loss or imbalance between phases.When the
load to be connected is small or DC REACTOR is connected a phase loss is not detected.

H98

Output phase loss protection Detects breaks in inverter output wiring at the start of operation and during running, to shut off the inverter output.
The temperature of the heat sink in the event of cooling fan trouble and overload is detected to stop the inverter.
Overheating
protection
The temperature inside the inverter unit in the event of cooling fan trouble and overload is detected to stop the inverter.

H98
H43

The temperature inside the IGBT is calculated from the detection of output current and internal temperature, to shut off the inverter output.

Fuse blown
Charging circuit fault
Electronic
thermal

The wiring breakage of the main circuit fuse in the inverter is detected to stop the inverter. (3-phase 200V 90kW or more, 3-phase 400V 90kW or more)

Motor protection

Overload protection
External alarm input

With the digital input signal (THR) opened, the inverter is stopped with an alarm.

F14

E01 to E03
E98, E99

The charging circuit fault in the inverter is detected to stop the inverter. (3-phase 200V 45kW or more, 3-phase 400V 55kW or more)
The inverter is stopped with an electronic thermal function set to protect the motor.

F10

The standard motor is protected at all the frequencies.


The inverter motor is protected at all the frequencies.
*The operation level and thermal time constant can be set.

F11,F12

PTC thermistor

A PTC thermistor input stops the inverter to protect the motor.


The PTC thermistor is connected between terminals V2 and 11 to set switches and function codes on the control PC board.

H26,H27

Overload early
warning

Warning signal is output at the predetermined level before stopping the inverter with the electronic thermal
function to protect the motor.

E34,E35

Stall prevention

This is protected when the instantaneous overcurrent limit works.

H12

Alarm relay output


(for any fault)

Instantaneous overcurrent limit: operates when the inverter output current goes beyond the instantaneous
overcurrent limiting level, and avoids tripping (during acceleration and constant speed operation).
The relay signal is output when the inverter stops upon an alarm.
<Alarm reset>
The
key or digital input signal (RST) is used to reset the alarm stop state.
<Storage of alarm history and detailed data>
Up to the last 4 alarms can be stored and displayed.

E20,E27
E01 to E03
E98,E99

Memory error
Keypad
communication error
CPU error
Option communication error
Option error

Operation error

Data is checked upon power-on and data writing to detect any fault in the memory and to stop the inverter if any.
The keypad (standard) or multi-function keypad (optional) is used to detect a communication fault between
the keypad and inverter main body during operation and to stop the inverter.

F02

Detects a CPU error or LS1 error caused by noise.


When each option card is used, a fault of communication with the inverter main body is detected to stop the inverter.
When each option card is used, the option card detects a fault to stop the inverter.
STOP key
priority

Pressing the
key on the keypad forcibly decelerates and stops the motor even if the
operation command is given through a terminal block or communication. (
will be
displayed after stopping.)

Start check

If the operation command is entered in the following cases,


LED monitor to prohibit operation.
Power-on
Alarm reset (
key ON)
The link operation selection "LE" is used to switch operation.

H96

will be displayed on the

Tuning error
RS485
communication error
Data save error upon undervoltage
RS485 communication
error (optional)
Retry

When tuning failure, interruption, or any fault as a result of turning is detected while tuning for motor constant.

Surge protection
Command loss
detection
Momentary power
failure protection
Active drive

The inverter is protected against surge voltage intruding between the main circuit power line and ground.

P04

When the connection port of the keypad connected via RS485 communication port to detects a communication
error, the inverter is stopped and displays an error.
When the undervoltage protection works, an error is displayed if data cannot be stored.
When an optional RS485 communication card is used to configure the network, a fault of communication
with the inverter main body is detected to stop the inverter.
When the motor is tripped and stopped, this function automatically resets the tripping state and restarts
operation.(The number of retries and the length of wait before resetting can be set.)

H04,H05

A loss (broken wire, etc.) of the frequency command is detected to output an alarm and continue operation at
the preset frequency (set at a ratio to the frequency before detection).

E65

A protective function (inverter stoppage) is activated upon a momentary power failure for 15msec or longer.
If restart upon momentary power failure is selected, the inverter restarts upon recovery of the voltage within the set time.

F14
H13 to H16

The inverter output frequency is reduced to avoid tripping before heat sink overheating or tripping due to an
overload (alarm indication:
or
).

H70

Note : The item indicated with

in the alarm output (30A, B, C) column may not be issued according to some function code settings.

18

Keypad Operations
Keypad switches and functions
LED monitor

Operation mode display

When the motor is running or stopped:


The monitor displays parameters such as output frequency,
set frequency, motor speed, load shaft speed, output voltage,
output current, and input power.
Alarm mode:
The monitor shows the alarm description with a fault code.

During keypad operation:


When function code
is
,
or
(keypad operation), the green KEYPAD CONTROL LED lights up.
During operation:
The green RUN LED lights up.

Program/Reset key

Unit display

Used to change the mode.


Programming mode:
Used to shift the digit (cursor movement) to
set data.
Alarm mode:
Resets a trip.

The unit of the data displayed at the LED


monitor is indicated. Use the FUNC/DATA key
to switch the displayed data.

Run key
Used to start the operation.

Function/Data select key

While the motor is stopped:

Used to change the LED monitor and to


store the function code and data.

This key is invalid if the function code


is
set to
(operation by external signals).

Stop key

Up/Down keys
During operation:Used to increase or decrease the
frequency or motor speed.
In data setting :Used to indicate the function code
number or to change data set value.

Used to stop the operation.


During operation:
This key is invalid if the function code
external signals).
The inverter stops when the function code

is set to

(operation by

is set to

or

keypad modes are classified


Monitor display and key operation The
in the following 3 modes.

Operation mode

Programming mode
STOP
RUN

Monitor, keys
Function
Display

Monitor

Function
PRG.MODE
Hz
A
kW
r/min m/min

Running mode
STOP

Displays the function code or data.

Displays the output frequency, set frequency, loaded motor


speed, required power, output current, and output voltage.

Displays the alarm


description and alarm history.

ON
The program mode is indicated.

Blinking
ON
Displays the unit of frequency, output current,
required power, speed, and line speed.

Blinking/ON
None

PRG.MODE
Hz
A
kW ON
r/min m/min

Display

KEYPAD Function
CONTROL Display

Frequency
indication

PRG.MODE
Hz
A
kW ON
r/min m/min

Speed
indication

PRG.MODE
Hz
A
kW ON
r/min m/min

Current
indication

PRG.MODE
Hz
A
kW ON
r/min m/min

Capacity
or current
indication

PRG.MODE
Blink
Hz
A
kW
or lit
r/min m/min

Display

Lit in keypad operation mode

RUN unlit / RUN lit

RUN unlit / RUN lit

RUN unlit / RUN lit

Switches to running mode

Keys

Function

OFF

Operation selection (keypad operation/terminal operation) is displayed.

Function Absence of operation Presence of operation Absence of operation


command is displayed. command is displayed. command is displayed.
RUN

Alarm mode

RUN

Presence of operation
command is displayed.

Presence of operation command is displayed.


/Stoppage due to trip is displayed.

RUN unlit / RUN lit

If an alarm occurs during


operation, unlit during keypad
operation or lit during terminal
block operation.

Switches to programming mode

Releases the trip and


switches to stop mode
or running mode.

Switches the LED monitor display.

Displays the operation


information.
Displays the
alarm history.

Digit shift (cursor movement) in data setting

Determines the function code, stores


Function
and updates data.
Increases/decreases the function code
Function and data.

Increases/decreases the frequency,


motor speed and other settings.

Function Invalid
Function Invalid

Decreases and stops (switches


to programming mode (STOP)).

Starts running (switches to


running mode (RUN)).

Invalid

Invalid

Invalid

Decreases and stops (switches


to running mode (STOP)).

Invalid

This keypad supports a full menu mode which allows you to set or display the following information.
Indication and setting change of changed function code, drive monitor, I/O check, maintenance information, and alarm information.
For concrete operation methods, refer to the FRENIC-Eco Instruction Manual or User's Manual.

19

Functions Settings
Function Settings
F codes: Fundamental Functions
Func.
Code

Name
Data Protection
Frequency Command 1

Running/Stopping and
Rotational Direction

Maximum Frequency
Base Frequency
Rated Voltage (at base frequency)

Acceleration Time 1
Deceleration Time 1
Torque Boost

Electronic Thermal (Select the motor property)


Overload for Motor Protection

(Overload detection level)


(Thermal time constant)

Restart Mode after Instantaneous


Power Failure

Frequency Limiter 
(Peak)

(Bottom)
Bias (for Frequency Command 1)
DC Braking  (Starting frequency)

(Braking level)

(Braking time)
Starting Frequency
Stop Frequency
Motor Sound (Carrier frequency)

(Sound tone)

Analog Output Signal Selection


for [FMA]

(Output gain)
Analog Output Signal  (Monitor object)
Selection for [FMA]

Data
Unit copy*2 Default setting

Data setting range

Min.

0: Disable data protection (Function code data can be edited.)


1: Enable data protection (Function code data can not be edited.)
0: Enable the and keys on the built-in keypad
1: Enable the voltage input to terminal [12](0 to +10 V DC)
2: Enable the current input to terminal [C1](+4 to +20 mA DC)
3: Enable the sum of voltage and current inputs to terminals [12] and [C1]
5: Enable the voltage input to the terminal [V2](0 to +10 V DC)
7: Enable the terminal signal command (UP) and (DOWN) control
0: Enable the
and
keys on the built-in keypad to run and stop motor
(The (FWD) or (REV) command should be ON for forward or reverse rotation.)
1: Enable the terminal signal command (FWD) or (REV) command to run motor
2: Enable the and keys on the keypad to run/stop motor forward
3: Enable the and keys on the keypad to run/stop motor reverse
25.0 to 120.0
25.0 to 120.0
0
: Output voltage in line with variance in input voltage
80 to 240 : Output voltage AVR-controlled
160 to 500: Output voltage AVR-controlled
0.00 to 3600
Note: Acceleration time is ignored at 0.00. (External gradual acceleration pattern)
0.00 to 3600
Note: Deceleration time is ignored at 0.00. (External gradual deceleration pattern)
0.0 to 20.0
(The set voltage at base frequency for F05 is 100%.)
Note: This setting is effective for auto torque boost/auto energy saving
operations specified by function code F37 (= 0, 1, 3, or 4).
1: For general-purpose motors with built-in self-cooled fans
2: For motors with forced-cooled fans
0.00 (Disabled)
1 to 135% of rated current (allowable continuous drive current) of the inverter
0.5 to 75.0

0: Inactive (Trip immediately without restart)
1: Inactive (Trip without restart after recovery of power)
3: Active (Continuous running for the heavy inertia or general load)
4: Active (Restart at the frequency at which the power failure occurred, for general load)
5: Active (Restart at the starting frequency, for low-inertia load)
0.0 to120.0
0.0 to120.0
-100.00 to 100.00 *1
0.0 to 60.0
0 to 60 (Rated output current of the inverter interpreted as 100%.)
0.00: (Disabled), 0.01 to 30.00
0.1 to 60.0
0.1 to 60.0
_ 22 kW) *3
0.75 to 15 (<
0.75 to 10 (30 to 75 kW)
_90 kW)
0.75 to 6 (>
0: Level 0 (Inactive)
1: Level 1
2: Level 2
3: Level 3
0: Output in voltage (0 to +10 V DC)
1: Output in current (+4 to +20 mA DC)
0 to 200
Select the object to be monitored as follows.
 0: Output frequency
 2: Output current
 3: Output voltage
 4: Output torque
 5: Load rate
 6: Input power
 7: PID feedback amount
 9: DC link circuit voltage
10: Universal AO
13: Motor output
14: Test analog output (+) voltage
15: PID process command (SV)
16: PID process output (MV)
25 to 6000 (Pulse rate at 100% output)

0.1
0.1
1

Hz
Hz
V

Y
Y
Y2

60.0
60.0

Digital Output Signal


(Pulse rate)
Selection for [FMP]

(Output gain) 0
:Output pulse rate (Fixed at 50% duty)
1 to 200:Voltage output adjustment (Pulse rate is fixed at 2000 p/s. Adjust the pulse duty)

20

0.01

200
400
20.0

0.01

20.0

0.1

Depending on the
motor applied

0.01

0.1

min

Y1
Y2
Y

100% of the motor


rated current
_ 22 kW)
5 (<
_30 kW)
10 (>
1

0.1
0.1
0.01
0.1
1
0.01
0.1
0.1
1

Hz
Hz
%
Hz
%
s
Hz
Hz
kHz

Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y

70.0
0.0
0.00
0.0
0
0.00
0.5
0.2
2

1
-

%
-

Y
Y

100
0

p/s

1440

Functions Settings
Function Settings
F codes: Fundamental Functions
Func.
Code

Name

Data setting range

Min.

(Monitor object) Select the object to be monitored as follows.


0: Output frequency
9: DC link circuit voltage
2: Output current
10: Universal AO
3: Output voltage
13: Motor output
4: Output torque
14: Test analog output (+) voltage
5: Load rate
15: PID process command (SV)
6: Input power
16: PID process output (MV)
7: PID feedback amount
Load Selection/
0: Variable torque load
Auto Torque Boost/
1: Variable torque load
Auto Energy Saving Operation
(Higher startup torque required)
2: Auto-torque boost
3: Auto-energy saving operation
(Variable torque load increasing in proportion to square of speed)
4: Auto-energy saving operation
(Variable torque load increasing in proportion to square of speed
(Higher startup torque required))
Note: Apply this setting to a load with short acceleration time.
5: Auto-energy saving operation(Auto-torque boost)
Note: Apply this setting to a load with long acceleration time.
Current Limiter  (Operation condition) 0: Disabled
1: In constant speed (Disabled during acceleration and deceleration)
2: At acceleration and in constant speed (Disabled during deceleration)

(Limiting level) 20 to 120 (The data is interpreted as the rated output current of the inverter for 100%.)


Data
Unit copy*2 Default setting

110

E codes: Extension Terminal Functions


Func.
Code

Name
Terminal Command Assignment to: 





[X1]
[X1]
[X3]
[X4]
[X5]

Data setting range

Min.

Select data to specify the function of terminals [X1] to [X5] as follows.


To assign a negative logic input to a terminal, set the value of 1000s
shown in ( ) in the table below to the function code.
Any negative logic cannot be applied for functions without (1000s) data.
0: (1000)Multi-step frequency selection (0 to 1 steps)
(SS1)
1: (1001)Multi-step frequency selection (0 to 3 steps) 
(SS2)
2: (1002)Multi-step frequency selection (0 to 7 steps) 
(SS4)
6: (1006)Self-hold the terminal command 
(HLD)
7: (1007)Coast-to-stop command 
(BX)
8: (1008)Alarm reset 
(RST)
9: (1009)Alarm from external equipment 
(THR)
11: (1011) Frequency command 2 or 1 
(Hz2/Hz1)

Note: PID process command follows this command.
13: 
DC braking command 
(DCBRK)
Switch the motor drive source to thecommercial power lines (50 Hz) (SW50)
15: 
16: 
Switch the motor drive source to thecommercial power lines (60 Hz) (SW60)
17: (1017)UP command 
(UP)
18: (1018)DOWN command 
(DOWN)
19: (1019)Enable editing of function codes from keypad 
(WE-KP)
20: (1020)Disable PID control 
(Hz/PID)
21: (1021)Switch normal/inverted driving 
(IVS)
22: (1022)Interlock command 
(IL)
24: (1024)Select link operation (RS485 communication, option) 
(LE)
25: (1025)Universal DI 
(U-DI)
26: (1026)Select starting characteristics 
(STM)
30: (1030)Forced stop 
(STOP)
33: (1033)Reset PID integral and differential components 
(PID-RST)
34: (1034)Hold PID integral component 
(PID-HLD)
35: (1035)Select the local (keypad) 
(LOC)
38: (1038)Enable to run 
(RE)
39: 
Protect the inverter from a dew condensation 
(DWP)
Enable the integrated commercial line switching sequence (50 Hz)(ISW50)
40: 
41: 
Enable the integrated commercial line switching sequence (60 Hz) (ISW60)
87: (1087)Select the run command 1 or 2 
(FR2/FR1)
88:
Run Forward/Stop command 2
(FWD2)
89:
Run Reverse/Stop command 2
(REV2)
Note: For (THR) and (STOP), data (1009) and (1030) are assigned for
normal logic, and "9" and "30" are for negative logic respectively.

*1 When you make settings from the keypad, the incremental unit is
restricted by the number of digits that the LED monitor can display.
(Example) If the setting range is from -200.00 to 200.00,
the incremental unit is:
"1" for -200 to -100, "0.1" for -99.9 to -10.0 and for
100.0 to 200.0, and "0.01" for -9.99 to -0.01 and for 0.00 to 99.99.

Data
Unit copy*2 Default setting
-

Y
Y
Y
Y
Y

6
7
8
11
35

*2 Symbols in the "Data copy" column


Y: Will be copied unconditionally.
Y1: Will not be copied if the rated capacity differs from the source inverter.
Y2: Will not be copied if the rated input voltage differs from the source inverter.
N: Will not be copied.
*3 If the carrier frequency is set at 1 kHz or below, estimate the motor output torque
at 80% or less of the rated motor torque.

<Changing, validating, and saving function code data when the motor is running>
: Impossible,
: Possible (Change data with
keys and then save/validate it with
: Possible (Change and validate data with
keys and then save it with
key)

21

key),

Functions Settings
Function Settings
E codes: Extension Terminal Functions
Func.
Code

Data
Unit copy*2 Default setting

Name

Data setting range

Min.

Status Signal Assignment to:  [Y1]



[Y2]

[Y3]
Relay Contact Output  [Y5A, Y5C]

[30A, B, C]
(Mechanical relay contacts)

Select data to specify the terminal function as follows. To assign a


negative logic output to a terminal, set the value of 1000s shown in ( ) on
the table below to the function code. (OFF if short-circuited) Any negative
logic cannot be applied for functions without (1000s) data.

Y
Y
Y
Y
Y

1
2
15
0
99

0.1
0.01

Hz
A

Y
Y1
Y2

60.0
Nominal rated
current (100%) of
the motor

0.01
0.01
0.01
-

s
-

Y
Y
Y
Y

10.00
100
0.00
0

Y
Y

5
0

0.01
0.001

Y
Y

30.00
0.010

0: (1000)Inverter running 
(RUN)
1: (1001)Frequency equivalence signal 
(FAR)
2: (1002)Frequency level detection 
(FDT)
3: (1003)Undervoltage detection signal 
(LU)
5: (1005)Torque limiting (Current limiting) 
(IOL)
6: (1006)Auto-restarting after recovery of power 
(IPF)
7: (1007)Motor overload early warning 
(OL)
10: (1010)Inverter ready to run
(RDY)
11:
Switch the motor drive source from the

commercial power lines to the inverter output
(SW88)
12: 
Switch the motor drive source from the

commercial power lines to the inverter output 2
(SW52-2)
13: 
Switch the motor drive source from the

commercial power lines to the inverter output 1 
(SW52-1)
15: (1015)Select the AX terminal function
(AX)
25: (1025)Turn on/off the cooling fan
(FAN)
26: (1026)Retry in operation 
(TRY)
27: (1027)The universal DO enabled 
(U-DO)
28: (1028) Overheat early warning
(OH)
30: (1030)Lifetime alarm 
(LIFE)
33: (1033)Command missing detected 
(REF OFF)
35: (1035)Inverter running 
(RUN2)
36: (1036)Overload prevention control 
(OLP)
37: (1037)Current detection 
(ID)
42: (1042)PID alarm warning 
(PID-ALM)
43: (1043)PID control in operation 
(PID-CTL)
44: (1044)PID control out of operation due to the

slow flow-rate 
(PID-STP)
45: (1045)Low output torque detected 
(L-TL)
54: (1054)Inverter in remote operation 
(RMT)
55: (1055)Run command activated 
(AX2)
56: (1056)Motor overheat detected (PTC) 
(THM)
99: (1099)Alarm relay output (for any alarm) 
(ALM)
Frequency Detection (FDT)(Detection level) 0.0 to 120.0
Overload Early Warning/
(Level) 0 (Disabled)
Current Detection
Current value of 1 to 200% of the rated inverter current


(Timer)
PID Display Coefficient A
PID Display Coefficient B
LED Monitor Item Selection

LED Monitor Item Selection


Display Language Selection

Display Contrast Control


LED Monitor (Speed monitor item)

Coefficient for Speed Indication


Display Coefficient for
Accumulated Power Consumption
Keypad(Menu display mode)

0.01 to 600.00*1
-999 to 0.00 to 999
-999 to 0.00 to 999
0: Speed monitor (Select by E48.)
3: Output current
4: Output voltage
8: Calculated torque
9: Input power
10: PID final command value
12: PID feedback amount
14: PID output amount
15: Load rate
16: Motor output
17: Analog input (Monitor)
0: Display the operation guide
1: Display the speed, current or output torque in bar-graph
0: Japanese
1: English
2: German
3: French
4: Spanish
5: Italian
0 (low) to 10 (high)
0: Output frequency
3: Motor speed in rpm
4: Load shaft speed in rpm
7: Display speed in %
0.01 to 200.00*1
0.0 (Cancel/reset)0.001 to 9999
0: Function code data setting mode (Menu #0, #1 and #7)
1: Function code data check mode (Menu #2 and #7)
2: Full-menu mode

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Functions Settings
Function Settings
Func.
Code

Name

Data setting range

Min.

Data
Unit copy*2 Default setting

Analog Input Signal Definition for: [12] Select the data to specify the terminal function as follows.

[C1]

[V2]
0: None
1: Auxiliary frequency command 1
2: Auxiliary frequency command 2
3: PID process command 1
5: PID feedback amount
20: Analog signal input monitor
Specify How to Save the Digital Set 0: Auto-saving
Frequency
1: Saving by pressing the
key

Y
Y
Y

0
0
0

Specify the Inverter Operation


when Detecting Command Missing
Detect Low Torque(Detection level)

(Timer)
Terminal Command Assignment to: [FWD]

[REV]

999

1
0.01
-

%
s
N

Y
Y
N
Y

20
20.00
98
99

0: Coast-to-stop the motor, 1 to 120, 999: Cancel


0 to 150
0.01 to 600.00
Select data to specify the terminal function as follows. To assign a
negative logic input to a terminal, set the value of 1000s shown in ( ) in
the table below to the function code.Any negative logic cannot be applied
for functions without (1000s) data.
00: (1000)Multi-step frequency selection (0 to 1 steps) 
(SS1)
01: (1001)Multi-step frequency selection (0 to 3 steps) 
(SS2)
02: (1002)Multi-step frequency selection (0 to 7 steps) 
(SS4)
06: (1006)Self-hold the terminal command 
(HLD)
07: (1007)Coast-to-stop command
(BX)
8: (1008) Alarm reset 
(RST)
09: (1009)Alarm from external equipment 
(THR)
11: (1011) Frequency command 2 or 1 
(Hz2/Hz1)

Note: PID process command follows this setting.
13: 
DC brake command 
(DCBRK)
15: 
Switch the motor drive source between the

commercial line and inverter (50 Hz) 
(SW50)
16: 
Switch the motor drive source between the

commercial line and inverter (60 Hz) 
(SW60)
17: (1017)UP command 
(UP)
18: (1018)DOWN command 
(DOWN)
19: (1019)Enable editing of function codes from keypad (WE-KP)  (WE-KP)
20: (1020)Disable PID control 
(Hz/PID)
21: (1021)Switch normal/inverted driving 
(IVS)
22: (1022)Interlock command 
(IL)
24: (1024)Select link operation (Standard and TB bus-optional RS485 communication) (LE)
25: (1025)Universal DI 
(U-DI)
26: (1026)Select starting characteristics 
(STM)
30: (1030)Forced stop 
(STOP)
33: (1033)Reset PID integral and differential components
(PID-RST)
34: (1034)Hold PID integral component 
(PID-HLD)
35: (1035)Select the local (keypad) 
(LOC)
38: (1038)Enable to run 
(RE)
39: 
Protect the inverter from a dew condensation 
(DWP)
40: 
Enable the integrated commercial line

switching sequence (50 Hz)
(ISW50)
41: 
Enable the integrated commercial line

switching sequence (60 Hz)
(ISW60)
87: (1087)Select the run command 1 or 2 
(FR2/FR1)
88: 
Run Forward/Stop command 2 
(FWD2)
89: 
Run Reverse/Stop command 2 
(REV2)
98:
Run Forward/Stop command 
(FWD)
99:
Run Reverse/Stop command 
(REV)
Note: For (THR) and (STOP), data (1009) and (1030) are assigned for
normal logic, and "9" and "30" are for negative logic respectively.

*1 When you make settings from the keypad, the incremental unit is restricted by the number of digits that the LED monitor can display.
(Example) If the setting range is from -200.00 to 200.00, the incremental unit is:
"1" for -200 to -100, "0.1" for -99.9 to -10.0 and for 100.0 to 200.0, and "0.01" for -9.99 to -0.01 and for 0.00 to 99.99.
*2 Symbols in the "Data copy" column
Y: Will be copied unconditionally.
Y1: Will not be copied if the rated capacity differs from the source inverter.
Y2: Will not be copied if the rated input voltage differs from the source inverter.
N: Will not be copied.
<Changing, validating, and saving function code data when the motor is running>
: Impossible,
: Possible (Change data with
keys and then save/validate it with
: Possible (Change and validate data with
keys and then save it with
key)

23

key),

Functions Settings
Function Settings
C codes: Control Functions of Frequency
Func.
Code

Name
Jump Frequency 1

2

3
Jump Frequency Band
Multi-step Frequency Settings 1

2

3

4

5

6

7
Frequency Command 2

Analog Input Adjustment(Gain for terminal input [12])



(Filter time constant)

(Gain reference point)
Analog Input Adjustment(Gain for terminal input [C1])

(Filter time constant)

(Gain reference point)
Analog Input Adjustment(Gain for terminal input [V2])

(Filter time constant)

(Gain reference point)
Bias(Frequency command 1)(Bias reference point)
Bias (PID command 1) (Bias value)

(Bias reference point)
Select to Run the Motor Forward
or Reverse for the Set Frequency 1

Data setting range

Min.

Data
Unit copy*2 Default setting

0.0 to 120.0

0.1

Hz

0.0 to 30.0
0.00 to 120.00

0.1
0.01

Hz
Hz

0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
-

0: Enable the
and
keys on the keypad
1: Enable the voltage input to terminal [12] (0 to +10 V DC)
2: Enable the current input to terminal [C1] (+4 to +20 mA DC)
3: Enable the sum of voltage and current inputs to terminals [12] and [C1]
5: Enable the voltage input to terminal [V2] (0 to +10 V DC)
7: Enable the (UP)/(DOWN) terminal signal control
0.00 to 200.00*1
0.00 to 5.00
0.00 to 100.00*1
0.00 to 200.00*1
0.00 to 5.00
0.00 to 100.00*1
0.00 to 200.00*1
0.00 to 5.00
0.00 to 100.00*1
0.00 to 100.00*1
-100.00 to 100.00*1
0.00 to 100.00*1
0: Forward
1: Reverse

Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y

0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
2

%
s
%
%
s
%
%
s
%
%
%
%
-

Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y

100.0
0.05
100.0
100.0
0.05
100.0
100.0
0.05
100.0
0.00
0.00
0.00
0

P codes: Motor Parameters


Func.
Code

Name

Data setting range

Motor

(No. of the poles) 2 to 22






(Rated capacity) 0.01 to 1,000 kW (where, the data of function code P99 is 0, 3, or 4.)
0.01 to 1,000 HP (where, the data of function code P99 is 1.)
(Rated current) 0.00 to 2,000
(Auto-tuning) 0: Disabled
1: Enabled (Tune %R1 and %X while the motor is stopped.)
2: Enabled (Tune %R1 and %X while the motor is stopped, and
no load current while running.)
(No load current) 0.00 to 2,000
(%R1) 0.00 to 50.00
(%X) 0.00 to 50.00
0: Characteristics of motor 0 (Fuji's standard 8- and 9-series motors)
1: Characteristics of motor 1 (HP motors)
3: Characteristics of motor 3 (Fuji's standard 6- and 9-series motors)
4: Other motors




Motor Selection

Min.

Data
Unit copy*2 Default setting

Pole

0.01
0.01
0.01
-

kW
HP
A
-

Y1
Y2
Y1
Y2
Y1
N

0.01
0.01
0.01
-

A
%
%
-

Y1
Y1, Y2
Y1, Y2
Y1, Y2

4
Nominal rated capacity
of standard motors
Nominal rated current of Fuji's standard motor
0

Nominal rated current of Fuji's standard motor


Nominal rated current of Fuji's standard motor
Nominal rated current of Fuji's standard motor
0

H codes: High Performance Functions


Func.
Code

Name

Data setting range

Data Initializing

(Data reset) 0: Disable initialization (All function code data manually set remains.)
1: Initialize all function code data to the factory defaults
2: Initialize motor parameters
Retry 
(No. of retries) 0: Inactive
1 to 10

(Latency time) 0.5 to 20.0
Cooling Fan ON/OFF
0: Inactive (Always ON)
1: Active (ON/OFF controllable)
Gradual Acceleration/ Deceleration 0: Inactive (Linear)
1: S-curve (Weak)
2: S-curve (Strong)
3: Curvilinear
Starting Characteristics of the Motor 0: Inactive

(Synchronization mode) 3: Active (As following the RUN command, the inverter synchronizes the motor rotation either forward or reverse.)
4: Active (As following the RUN command, the inverter synchronizes the motor rotation both forward and reverse.)
5: Active (As following the RUN command, the inverter synchronizes the motor rotation reversely either forward or reverse.)
0: Normal deceleration
Deceleration Mode
0: Coast-to-stop
Instantaneous Overcurrent Limiting 0: Inactive
1: Active

24

Min.

Data
Unit copy*2 Default setting

Times

0.1
-

s
-

Y
Y

5.0
0

Functions Settings
Function Settings
H codes: High Performance Functions
Func.
Code

Name

Data setting range

Min.

Data
Unit copy*2 Default setting

0.1
Specify the Inverter Operation at (Waiting time) 0.1 to 10.0
s
Instantaneous Power Failure Restarting
0.01

(Frequency reduction rate) 0: Set deceleration time
Hz/s

0.01 to 100.00
999: Follow the set current limit
1
 (DC link voltage allowable to run) 200V series: 200 to 300
V
400V series: 400 to 600
0.1

(Allowable instantaneous 0.0 to 30.0
s

power failure time) 999: The longest time automatically determined by the inverter
0.1
Starting Characteristics
Hz
0.0 to 120.0

(Synchronous frequency) 999: Synchronize at the highest output frequency
PTC Thermistor Input
0: Inactive
on the LED and trip, and immediately stop the inverter after detecting (PTC).)
1: Active (Display
2: Active (Output PTC warning status on (THM), and continue to run.)
0.01
V

(Level) 0.00 to 5.00
Communication  (Function selection) Frequency command
Run command
Link Operation
0: F01/C30
F02
1: RS485 Link
F02
2: F01/C30
RS485 Link
3: RS485 Link
RS485 Link
4: RS485 Link (Option)
F02
5: RS485 Link (Option)
RS485 Link
6: F01/C30
RS485 Link (Option)
7: RS485 Link
RS485 Link (Option)
8: RS485 Link (Option)
RS485 Link (Option)
Capacity of DC Link Bus Capacitor For indication for replacing the DC link bus capacitor (0000 to FFFF: Hexadecimal)
1
Accumulated Run Time of Cooling Fan Show an accumulated run time of the cooling fan for replacing it
Initial Capacity of DC Link Bus Capacitor For indication for replacing the DC link bus capacitor (0000 to FFFF: Hexadecimal)
1
Accumulated Run Time of
For indication for replacing the capacitors on the PCB
Capacitors on the PCB
(Printed Circuit Board) (0000 to FFFF: Hexadecimal). Resettable.
0.1
Hz
Non-linear V/f Pattern (Frequency) 0.0 (Cancel), 0.1 to 120.0
1
V

(Voltage) 0 to 240: Output voltage AVR-controlled for 200 V class motors
0 to 500: Output voltage AVR-controlled for 400 V class motors
0.01
s
Deceleration Time for Forced Stop 0.00 to 3,600
Bottom Limiter (Specify operation) Peak Freq./Operation
Bottom Freq./Operation
0: Limit by F15 (Peak) and continue to run
Limit by F16 (Bottom) and continue to run
1: Limit by F15 (Peak) and continue to run
Limit by F16 (Bottom) and coast-to-stop
upon lowering the limit.
(Min. freq. when limiter is activated) 0.0 (Depends on F16: Freq. limiter (bottom)),
0.1
Hz
0.1 to 60.0
Automatic Deceleration
0: Inactive
1: Active
0.01
Hz/s
Overload Prevention Control
0.00 (Equivalent to deceleration time),

(Frequency drop rate) 0.01 to 100.00, 999 (Cancel)
Deceleration Characteristics
0: Inactive, 1: Active
0.01
Gain for Suppression of Output
0.00 to 0.40
Current Fluctuation for Motor
Continue to Run(P Component: Gain) 0.000 to 10.000*1
0.001 Times


(I Component: Time) 0.000 to 10.000

Accumulated Run Time of Motor

*1

Initialize data (Resettable)

0: Slow
DC Braking

(Braking response mode) 1: Quick
STOP Key Priority/Start
Check Function

STOP Key Priority


Start Check Function

Clear Alarm Data


Protection/
(Specify operation)
Maintenance
Function

OFF ON OFF
OFF OFF ON

Y2

Depending on the
motor capacity
999

235
470
999

999

Y
Y

1.60
0

N
N
N
N

Set at factory shipping


-

Y
Y2

0.0
0

Y
Y

20.0
0

2.0

999

Y
Y

0.001

0
0.20 for _
<22 kW
0.10 for _
>30 kW
_22 kW
0.250 for <
_30 kW
0.244 for >
_22 kW
0.038 for <
_30 kW
0.066 for >
-

Y
Y

19
(Bits 4, 1, 0 = 1)

ON
ON

Returns to zero after clearing alarm data (if H97 = 1).


0 to 31: (Display data on the LCD of keypad in decimal format.
Values of bit are: "0" for disabled, "1" for enabled
Bit 0: Auto-lowering the carrier frequency
Bit 1: Protecting the inverter operation from input phase loss
Bit 2: Protecting the inverter operation from output phase loss
Bit 3: Specify a service life criteria for replacing the DC link bus capacitor
Bit 4: Indication the service life for the DC link bus capacitor

*1 When you make settings from the keypad, the incremental unit is restricted by the number of digits that the LED monitor can display.
(Example) If the setting range is from -200.00 to 200.00, the incremental unit is:
"1" for -200 to -100, "0.1" for -99.9 to -10.0 and for 100.0 to 200.0, and "0.01" for -9.99 to -0.01 and for 0.00 to 99.99.
*2 Symbols in the "Data copy" column
Y: Will be copied unconditionally.
Y1: Will not be copied if the rated capacity differs from the source inverter.
Y2: Will not be copied if the rated input voltage differs from the source inverter.
N: Will not be copied.
<Changing, validating, and saving function code data when the motor is running>
: Impossible,
: Possible (Change data with
keys and then save/validate it with
key),
: Possible (Change and validate data with
keys and then save it with
key)

25

Functions Settings
Function Settings
J codes: Application Functions
Func.
Code

Name
PID Control

(Remote process command)








P (Gain)
I (Integration time)
D (Differentiation time)
(Feedback filter)
(Anti-rest/windup)
(Select alarm output)


(Peak limit alarm(AH))

(Bottom limit alarm(AL))
 (Stop frequency for slow flowrate)
(Elapsed stop time for slow flowrate)

(Starting frequency)
 (Upper limit of PID process output)
 (Lower limit of PID process output)
Dew Condensation Protection(Duty)
Commercial Line Switching Sequence

Data setting range


0: Inactive
1: Process control use (Normal action)
2: Process control use (Inverse action)
0: Keypad
1: PID process command 1 (Data settings of E60, E61 and E62 are also
required.)
3: UP/DOWN
4: Communication
0.000 to 30.000*1
0.0 to 3600.0*1
0.00 to 600.00*1
0.0 to 900.0
0 to 200
0: Alarm in absolute value
1: Alarm in absolute value with HOLD
2: Alarm in absolute value with LATCH
3: Alarm in absolute value with HOLD and LATCH
4: Alarm in deviation value
5: Alarm in deviation value with HOLD
6: Alarm in deviation value with LATCH
7: Alarm in deviation value with HOLD and LATCH
0 to 100
0 to 100
0: Disabled, 1 to 120
1 to 60
0: Disabled, 1 to 120
1 to120, 999: Depends on setting of F15
1 to120, 999: Depends on setting of F16
1 to 50
0: Integrated standard switching sequence
1: Auto-switching sequence for inverter alarm

Min.

Data
Unit copy*2 Default setting

Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y

0.100
0.0
0.00
0.5
200
0

Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y

100
0
0
0
0
999
999
1
0

0.001 Times
0.1
s
0.01
s
0.1
s
1
%
-

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
-

%
%
%
s
Hz
Hz
Hz
%
-

y codes: Link Functions


Func.
Code

Name

Data setting range

RS485 Communication (Station address) 1 to 255


(Standard)
(Mode selection on no response error) 0: Immediate trip and alarm
1: Trip and alarm
after running for the period of the timer set by y03
2: Retry during the period of the timer set by y03. If retry fails, trip and
alarm
If it succeeds, continue to run.
3: Continue to run

(Timer) 0.0 to 60.0

(Transmission rate) 0: 2,400
1: 4,800
2: 9,600
3: 19,200
4: 38,400

(Data length) 0: 8
1: 7

(Parity check) 0: None
1: Even parity
2: Odd parity

(Stop bits) 0: 2
1: 1
(No response error detection time) 0 (No detection), 1 to 60

(Response interval) 0.00 to 1.00

(Protocol selection) 0: Modbus RTU protocol
1: SX protocol (Loader protocol)
2: Fuji general-purpose inverter protocol

26

Min.

Data
Unit copy*2 Default setting

0.1
-

s
bps

Y
Y

2.0
3

bit

bit

1
0.01
-

s
s
-

Y
Y
Y

0
0.01
1

Functions Settings
Function Settings
y codes: Link Functions
Func.
Code

Name

Data setting range

Min.

RS485 Communication (Station address) 1 to 255


(TB bus option)
(Mode selection on no response error) 0: Immediate trip and alarm
1: Trip and alarm
after running for the period of the timer set by y03
2: Retry during the period of the timer set by y03. If retry fails, trip and
alarm
If it succeeds, continue to run.
3: Continue to run

(Timer) 0.0 to 60.0

(Transmission rate) 0: 2,400
1: 4,800
2: 9,600
3: 19,200
4: 38,400

(Data length) 0: 8
1: 7

(Parity check) 0: None
1: Even parity
2: Odd parity

(Stop bits) 0: 2
1: 1
(No response error detection time) 0 (No detection), 1 to 60

(Response interval) 0.00 to 1.00

(Protocol selection) 0: Modbus RTU protocol
1: SX protocol (Loader protocol)
2: Fuji general-purpose inverter protocol
Bus Link Function for
Frequency Command source
Run command source
Supporting Data Input
0: Follow H30
Follow H30
1: Field bus option
Follow H30
2: Follow H30
Field bus option
3: Field bus option
Field bus option
Loader Link Function for
Frequency Command source
Run command source
Supporting Data Input
0: Follow H30 and y98 
Follow H30 and y98
1: Loader 
Follow H30 and y98
2: Follow H30 and y98 
Loader
3: Loader 
Loader

Data
Unit copy*2 Default setting

0.1
-

s
bps

Y
Y

2.0
3

bit

bit

1
0.01
-

s
s
-

Y
Y
Y

0
0.01
1

*1 When you make settings from the keypad, the incremental unit is restricted by the number of digits that the LED monitor can display.
(Example) If the setting range is from -200.00 to 200.00, the incremental unit is:
"1" for -200 to -100, "0.1" for -99.9 to -10.0 and for 100.0 to 200.0, and "0.01" for -9.99 to -0.01 and for 0.00 to 99.99.
*2 Symbols in the "Data copy" column
Y: Will be copied unconditionally.
Y1: Will not be copied if the rated capacity differs from the source inverter.
Y2: Will not be copied if the rated input voltage differs from the source inverter.
N: Will not be copied.
<Changing, validating, and saving function code data when the motor is running>
: Impossible,
: Possible (Change data with
keys and then save/validate it with
: Possible (Change and validate data with
keys and then save it with
key)

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key),

Options
Options
Name (Type)

Name (Type)

Appearance

DC REACTOR

Appearance

Remote operation
extension cable

Type

Length(m)

CB-5S
CB-3S
CB-1S

5
3
1

Cable
Connector : RJ45
8
1
L

Wiring equipment
Power Applicable
motor
supply
voltage rating
[kW]
Three- 
phase 
200V 

0.75
1.5
2.2
 3.7
 5.5
 7.5
 11
 15
 18.5
 22
 30
 37
 45
 55
 75
 90
 110
Three-  0.75
phase  1.5
400V  2.2
 3.7
 5.5
 7.5
 11
 15
 18.5
 22
 30
 37
 45
 55
 75
 90
 110
 132
 160
 200
 220
 280
 315
 355
 400
 450
 500

Inverter type

Molded-case circuit breaker (MCCB),


Earth-leakage circuit breaker (ELCB),
Rated current [A]

Magnetic contactor(MC)
Input circuit

With DCR Without reactor With DCR Without reactor


FRN0.75F1S-2A
FRN1.5F1S-2A
FRN2.2F1S-2A
FRN3.7F1S-2A
FRN5.5F1S-2A
FRN7.5F1S-2A
FRN11F1S-2A
FRN15F1S-2A
FRN18.5F1S-2A
FRN22F1S-2A
FRN30F1S-2A
FRN37F1S-2A
FRN45F1S-2A
FRN55F1S-2A
FRN75F1S-2A
FRN90F1S-2A
FRN110F1S-2A
FRN0.75F1S-4A
FRN1.5F1S-4A
FRN2.2F1S-4A
FRN3.7F1S-4A
FRN5.5F1S-4A
FRN7.5F1S-4A
FRN11F1S-4A
FRN15F1S-4A
FRN18.5F1S-4A
FRN22F1S-4A
FRN30F1S-4A
FRN37F1S-4A
FRN45F1S-4A
FRN55F1S-4A
FRN75F1S-4A
FRN90F1S-4A
FRN110F1S-4A
FRN132F1S-4A
FRN160F1S-4A
FRN200F1S-4A
FRN220F1S-4A
FRN280F1S-4A
FRN315F1S-4A
FRN355F1S-4A
FRN400F1S-4A
FRN450F1S-4A
FRN500F1S-4A

Output
circuit

Recommended cable size [mm2]


Input circuit
(L1/R, L2/S, L3/T)

Output
DB circuit
circuit
(P1, P(+))
With DCR Without reactor (U, V, W)

30
40
50
75
100
100
150
175
200
250
350

50
75
100
125
150
175
200
250
300
350
-

SC-05
SC-5-1
SC-N1
SC-N2
SC-N2S
SC-N2S
SC-N4
SC-N5
SC-N7
SC-N8
SC-N11

SC-N1
SC-N2
SC-N2S
SC-N3
SC-N4
SC-N5
SC-N7
SC-N8
SC-N8
SC-N11
-

SC-4-0
SC-5-1
SC-N1
SC-N2
SC-N2S
SC-N2S
SC-N4
SC-N5
SC-N7
SC-N8
SC-N11

2.0
3.5
5.5
14
14
14
38
38
60
100
100

5.5
8.0
14
22
38
38
60
60
100
100
-

2.0
3.5
5.5
8.0
14
14
38
38
60
100
100

2.0
3.5
8.0
14
22
22
38
60
100
100
150

15
20
30
40
40
50
75
100
100
125
175

30
40
50
60
75
100
125
125
150
200
-

SC-05
SC-05
SC-05
SC-5-1
SC-N1
SC-N1
SC-N2
SC-N2S
SC-N3
SC-N3
SC-N4

SC-4-0
SC-5-1
SC-N1
SC-N1
SC-N2
SC-N2S
SC-N3
SC-N4
SC-N4
SC-N5
-

SC-05
SC-05
SC-4-0
SC-5-1
SC-N1
SC-N1
SC-N2
SC-N2S
SC-N3
SC-N4
SC-N5

2.0
2.0
2.0
3.5
5.5
5.5
14
14
22
22
38

2.0
3.5
5.5
8.0
14
14
22
22
38
60
-

2.0
2.0
2.0
3.5
5.5
5.5
14
14
22
38
60

2.0
2.0
2.0
3.5
5.5
8.0
14
22
22
38
60

For MCCB and ELCB, the required frame type and series depend on the facility transformer capacity and other factors. When selecting optimal breakers, refer to the relevant
catalog or technical data.
Also select the rated sensitive current of ELCB utilizing the technical data. The above rated currents of MCCB and ELCB are for Fuji's SA B/ , SA R/ breakers.
The recommended wire sizes are based on the temperature inside the panel not exceeding 50C.
The above wires are 600V HIV insulated solid wires (75C).
Data in the above table may differ according to environmental conditions (ambient temperature, power supply voltage, and other factors).
(Note) Use low-pressure crimp terminal CB150-10 (JEM1399) for the crimp terminal of FRN75F1S-2A.
Inverter types indicated with
are available soon.

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Japanese Guidelines for Suppressing Harmonics


Guideline for Suppressing Harmonics in
Home Electric and General-purpose Appliances
Our three-phase, 200V series inverters of 3.7kW or less (FRENIC-Eco series) are the products specified in the "Guideline for Suppressing Harmonics in Home Electric and General-purpose Appliances"
(established in September 1994, and revised in October 1999) published by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry. The Japan Electrical Manufacturers' Association has determined a standard of
regulation levels based on this guideline. To meet this standard, a reactor (for harmonic suppression) must be connected to an inverter. Use a "DC REACTOR" introduced in this catalog.
For a reactor you want to prepare, please contact us about detailed specifications.

Guideline for Suppressing Harmonics by Customers


Receiving High Voltage or Special High Voltage
Our three-phase, 200V series inverters of 5.5kW or more and three-phase, 400V series inverters (FRENIC-Eco series) are the products specified in the "Guideline for Suppressing Harmonics by Customers Receiving High
Voltage or Special High Voltage." When you enter into a new contract with an electric power company or update a contract, you are requested by the electric power company to submit an accounting statement form.

Table 4 "Input fundamental currents" of general-purpose inverters determined by the nominal applied motors

(1) Scope of regulation


In principle, the guideline applies to the customers that meet the following two conditions:
The customer receives high voltage or special high voltage.
The "equivalent capacity" of the converter load exceeds the standard value
for the receiving voltage (50kVA at a receiving voltage of 6.6kV).

(2) Regulation method


The level (calculated value) of the harmonic current that flows from the customer's receiving
point out to the system is subjected to the regulation. The regulation value is proportional to
the contract demand. The regulation values specified in the guideline are shown in Table 1.

Table 1 Upper limits of harmonic outflow current per kW of contract demand [mA/kW]
Receiving voltage

5th

7th

11th

13th

17th

19th

23th

Over 25th

6.6kV
22kV

3.5
1.8

2.5
1.3

1.6
0.82

1.3
0.69

1.0
0.53

0.90
0.47

0.76
0.39

0.70
0.36

1. Calculation of Equivalent Capacity (Pi)


Although the equivalent capacity (Pi) is calculated using the equation of (input rated
capacity) x (conversion factor), catalog of conventional inverters do not contain
input rated capacities. A description of the input rated capacity is shown below:

(1) "Inverter rated capacity" corresponding to "Pi"


Calculate the input fundamental current l1 from the kW rating and efficiency
of the load motor, as well as the efficiency of the inverter. Then, calculate the
input rated capacity as shown below:
Input rated capacity = 3 x (power supply voltage) x l1 x 1.0228/1,000 [kVA]
Where 1.0228 is the 6-pulse converter's value of (effective current) /
(fundamental current).
When a general-purpose motor or inverter motor is used, the appropriate
value shown in Table 2 can be used. Select a value based on the kW rating
of the motor used, irrespective of the inverter type.

Table 2 "Input rated capacities" of general-purpose inverters determined by the nominal applied motors
Nominal applied
motor[kW]

0.4 0.75 1.5

2.2

3.7

5.5

7.5

11

15

18.5

22

Pi 200V *Inapplicable inverter models 6.77 9.07 13.1 17.6 21.8 25.9
[kVA] 400V 0.57 0.97 1.95 2.81 4.61 6.77 9.07 13.1 17.6 21.8 25.9
Nominal applied
motor[kW]

30

37

45

55

75

Pi 200V 34.7 42.8 52.1 63.7 87.2


[kVA] 400V 34.7 42.8 52.1 63.7 87.2
Nominal applied
motor[kW]

90

110 132 160 200 220

104
104

127
127

153

183

229

252

250 280 315 355 400 450 500 530 560 630

Pi 200V
[kVA] 400V 286

319

359

405

456

512

570

604

638

Depending on whether an optional ACR (AC REACTOR) or DCR (DC REACTOR)


is used, apply the appropriate conversion factor specified in the appendix to the
guideline. The values of the converter factor are shown in Table 3.

Table 3 "Conversion factors Ki" for general-purpose inverters determined by reactors

0.4 0.75 1.5

2.2

3.7

5.5

7.5

11

15

18.5

22

200V *Inapplicable inverter models 19.1 25.6 36.9 49.8 61.4 73.1
400V 0.81 1.37 2.75 3.96 6.50 9.55 12.8 18.5 24.9 30.7 36.6
6.6kV converted
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83 167 240 394 579 776 1121 1509 1860 2220
value [mA]

Input
fundamental
current [A]

Nominal applied
motor[kW]

30

37

45

55

75

90

110 132 160 200 220

200V 98.0 121 147 180 245 293 357


400V 49.0 60.4 73.5 89.9 123 147 179 216 258 323 355
6.6kV converted
2970 3660 4450 5450 7450 8910 10850 13090 15640 19580 21500
value [mA]

Input
fundamental
current [A]

Nominal applied
motor[kW]

250 280 315 355 400 450 500 530 560 630

Input
fundamental
current [A]

200V
400V 403 450 506 571 643 723 804 852 900 1013
6.6kV converted
24400 27300 30700 34600 39000 43800 48700 51600 54500 61400
value [mA]

(2) Calculation of harmonic current


Table 5 Generated harmonic current [%], 3-phase bridge (capacitor smoothing)
Degree

5th

7th

11th

13th

17th

19th

23th

25th

Without a reactor
With a reactor (ACR)
With a reactor (DCR)
With reactors (ACR and DCR)

65
38
30
28

41
14.5
13
9.1

8.5
7.4
8.4
7.2

7.7
3.4
5.0
4.1

4.3
3.2
4.7
3.2

3.1
1.9
3.2
2.4

2.6
1.7
3.0
1.6

1.8
1.3
2.2
1.4

ACR: 3%
DCR: Accumulated energy equal to 0.08 to 0.15ms (100% load conversion)
Smoothing capacitor: Accumulated energy equal to 15 to 30ms (100% load conversion)
Load: 100%
Calculate the harmonic current of each degree using the following equation:
Generated nth harmonic current [%]
nth harmonic current [A] = Fundamental current [A] x
100

(3) Maximum availability factor


For a load for elevators, which provides intermittent operation, or a load with a sufficient
designed motor rating, reduce the current by multiplying the equation by the "maximum
availability factor" of the load.
The "maximum availability factor of an appliance" means the ratio of the capacity of the
harmonic generator in operation at which the availability reaches the maximum, to its total
capacity, and the capacity of the generator in operation is an average for 30 minutes.
In general, the maximum availability factor is calculated according to this definition, but the
standard values shown in Table 6 are recommended for inverters for building equipment.

Table 6 Availability factors of inverters, etc. for building equipment (standard values)

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(2) Values of "Ki (conversion factor)"

Circuit category

Nominal applied
motor[kW]

Circuit type

Conversion factor Ki Main applications


Without a reactor
K31=3.4 General-purpose inverters
K32=1.8 Elevators
Three-phase bridge With a reactor (ACR)
Refrigerators,
(capacitor smoothing) With a reactor (DCR)
K33=1.8
air conditioning systems

Other general appliances


With reactors (ACR and DCR) K34=1.4

2. Calculation of Harmonic Current


(1) Value of "input fundamental current"
Apply the appropriate value shown in Table 4 based on the kW rating of the
motor, irrespective of the inverter type or whether a reactor is used.
* If the input voltage is different, calculate the input fundamental current in
inverse proportion to the voltage.

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Equipment type

Inverter capacity category

Single inverter availability factor

Air conditioning
system

200kW or less
Over 200kW

Sanitary pump
Elevator
Refrigerator, freezer
UPS (6-pulse)

50kW or less
200kVA

0.55
0.60
0.30
0.25
0.60
0.60

[Correction coefficient according to contract demand level]


Since the total availability factor decreases if the scale of a building increases, calculating
reduced harmonics with the correction coefficient s defined in Table 7 below is permitted.

Contract demand [kW] Correction coefficient


300
500
1000
2000

1.00
0.90
0.85
0.80

Table 7 Correction coefficient


according to the building scale
*If the contract demand is between two
specified values shown in Table 7,
calculate the value by interpolation.

(4) Degree of harmonics to be calculated


Calculate only the "5th and 7th" harmonic currents.

Lineup
Fuji inverter family consisting of wide model
variations for various purposes of use
Application

Series name
(Catalog No.)

Features
High-performance, multifunction inverter
(Three-phase 200V: 0.2 to 90kW, Three-phase 400V: 0.4 to 400kW)

FRENIC5000G11S
(MEH403 for JE)
(MEH413 for EN)

Fuji's dynamic torque vector control has made it possible to achieve 200% starting torque at 0.5Hz.
Loaded with many convenient functions such as automatic tuning.
Compact and full-closed (22kW or smaller), and selectable from wide variations ranging from 0.2 to 400kW.

Inverter best suited for HVAC (Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning)

[New]
FRENIC-Eco
(MEH442)

(Three-phase 200V: 0.75 to 110kW, Three-phase 400V: 0.75 to 500kW)


Line/Inverter switching, full PID control functions for optimum fan and pump control
Various functions contributing to energy-saving
Consideration for surrounding environment and global compatibility

Fan/pump drive inverter


(Three-phase 200V: 5.5 to 110kW, Three-phase 400V: 5.5 to 500kW)

FRENIC5000P11S
(MEH403)

Developed specifically for variable torque load required to drive funs and pumps.
Energy-saving operation is easy, thanks to automatic energy saving function.
Interactive keypad is standard-equipped for easy operation.

General use
for industrial
equipment

High-performance compact inverter


(Three-phase 200V: 0.1 to 7.5kW, Single-phase 200V: 0.1 to 2.2kW, Three-phase 400V: 0.4 to 7.5kW)

FVR-E11S
(MEH404 for JE)
(MEH414 for EN)

Fuji's dynamic torque vector control has made it possible to achieve 200% starting torque at 0.5Hz.
Loaded with many convenient functions such as automatic tuning, slip compensation, torque limit, and 16step speed change.
Various maintenance functions are available; for example, indication of main circuit capacitor life and
indication of cumulative operation time.
Compact inverter

[New]
FRENIC-Mini
(MEH441 for Asia)
(MEH451 for Europe)

(Three-phase 200V: 0.1 to 3.7kW, Single-phase 200V: 0.1 to 2.2kW, Three-phase 400V: 0.4 to 3.7kW)
Frequency setting dial is standard-equipped for each operation.
Loaded with automatic torque boost, current limit and slip compensation functions, which are best-suited
for operating transverse conveyors.
Equipped with automatic energy-saving function and PID control function, which are suitable for driving
fans and pumps.
High-performance vector control inverter
(Three-phase 200V: 0.75 to 90kW, Three-phase 400V: 3.7 to 400kW)

FRENIC5000VG7S
(MEH405)

High-precision inverter that quickly responds to the control signals and has stable torque characteristics.
Abundant functions and various options permit wide application to general industrial systems.
Automatic tuning function allows you to operate general-purpose motors under vector control.

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31

NOTES
Inrunninggeneral-purposemotors
Drivinga400Vgeneral-purposemotor
When driving a 400V general-purpose motor with
aninverterusingextremelylongcables,damageto
the insulation of the motor may occur. Use an
outputcircuitfilter(OFL)ifnecessaryafterchecking
with the motor manufacturer. Fuji's motors do not
require the use of output circuit filters because of
theirreinforcedinsulation.

Torquecharacteristicsandtemperaturerise
Whentheinverterisusedtorunageneral-purpose
motor, the temperature of the motor becomes
higherthanwhenitisoperatedusingacommercial
power supply. In the low-speed range, the cooling
effect will be weakened, so decrease the output
torqueofthemotor.Ifconstanttorqueisrequiredin
thelow-speedrange,useaFujiinvertermotorora
motor equipped with an externally powered
ventilatingfan.

Vibration
Useofaninverterdoesnotincreasevibrationofa
general-purpose motor, but when the motor is
mounted to a machine, resonance may be caused
by the natural frequencies, including that of the
machinesystem.
*Theuseofarubbercouplingorvibration
dampeningrubberisrecommended.
*Itisalsorecommendedtousetheinverterjump
frequencycontroltoavoidresonancepoints.
Note that operation of a 2-pole motor at 60Hz or
moremaycauseabnormalvibration.

Noise
When an inverter is used with a general-purpose
motor,themotornoiselevelishigherthanthatwith
acommercialpowersupply.Toreducenoise,raise
carrier frequency of the inverter. High-speed
operation at 60Hz or more can also result in more
noise.

Inrunningspecialmotors
Explosion-proofmotors
When driving an explosion-proof motor with an
inverter, use a combination of a motor and an
inverterthathasbeenapprovedinadvance.

Submersiblemotorsandpumps
These motors have a larger rated current than
general-purpose motors. Select an inverter whose
rated output current is greater than that of the
motor.
Thesemotorsdifferfromgeneral-purposemotorsin
thermal characteristics. Set a low value in the
thermaltimeconstantofthemotorwhensettingthe
electronicthermalfacility.

Brakemotors
For motors equipped with parallel-connected
brakes, their braking power must be supplied from
theprimarycircuit(commercialpowersupply).Ifthe
brake power is connected to the inverter power
output circuit (secondary circuit) by mistake,
problemsmayoccur.
Do not use inverters for driving motors equipped
withseries-connectedbrakes.

Gearedmotors
If the power transmission mechanism uses an oillubricated gearbox or speed changer/reducer, then
continuous motor operation at low speed may

causepoorlubrication.Avoidsuchoperation.

Synchronousmotors
It is necessary to use software suitable for this
motortype.ContactFujifordetails.

Single-phasemotors
Single-phase motors are not suitable for inverterdriven variable speed operation. Use three-phase
motors.
*Evenifasingle-phasepowersupplyisavailable,
useathree-phasemotorastheinverterprovides
three-phaseoutput.

Environmentalconditions
Installationlocation
Use the inverter in a location with an ambient
temperaturerangeof-10to50C.
The inverter and braking resistor surfaces become
hot under certain operating conditions. Install the
inverteronnonflammablematerialsuchasmetal.
Ensure that the installation location meets the
environmentalconditionsspecifiedin"Environment"
inCommonspecificationsonpage11.

Combinationwithperipheraldevices
Installingamoldedcasecircuitbreaker(MCCB)
orearthleakagecircuitbreaker(ELCB)
Installarecommendedmoldedcasecircuitbreaker
(MCCB)oranearthleakagecircuitbreaker(ELCB)
(with the exception of those exclusively designed
for protection from ground faults) in the primary
circuit of the inverter to protect the wiring. Ensure
that the circuit breaker capacity is equivalent to or
lowerthantherecommendedcapacity.

Installingamagneticcontactor(MC)
inthesecondarycircuit
If a magnetic contactor (MC) is mounted in the
inverter's secondary circuit for switching the motor
to commercial power or for any other purpose,
ensurethatboththeinverterandthemotorarefully
stoppedbeforeyouturntheMConoroff.
Remove the surge sappressor integrated with the
MC.

Installingamagneticcontactor(MC)
intheprimarycircuit
Do not turn the magnetic contactor (MC) in the
primarycircuitonoroffmorethanonceanhouras
an inverter fault may result. If frequent starts or
stops are required during motor operation, use
FWD/REVsignals.

Protectingthemotor
The electronic thermal facility of the inverter can
protectthemotor.Theoperationlevelandthemotor
type(general-purposemotor,invertermotor)should
be set. For high-speed motors or water-cooled
motors, set a small value for the thermal time
constant to protect the motor, in combination with
the"coolingsystemOFF"signal.
Ifyouconnectthemotorthermalrelaytothemotor
with a long cable, a high-frequency current may
flow into the wiring stray capacitance. This may
cause the relay to trip at a current lower than the
set value for the thermal relay. If this happens,
lowerthecarrierfrequencyorusetheoutputcircuit
filter(OFL).

Discontinuanceofpower-factorcorrectingcapacitor
Donotmountpowerfactorcorrectingcapacitorsin
theinverterprimarycircuit.(UsetheDCREACTOR

to improve the inverter power factor.) Do not use


power factor correcting capacitors in the inverter
output circuit. An overcurrent trip will occur,
disablingmotoroperation.

Discontinuanceofsurgekiller
Donotmountsurgekillersintheinvertersecondary
circuit.

Reducingnoise
Use of a filter and shielded wires are typical
measures against noise to ensure that EMC
Directives are met. Refer to Appendices, App. A
"AdvantageousUseofInverters(Notesonelectrical
noise)"fordetails.

Measuresagainstsurgecurrents
If an overvoltage trip occurs while the inverter is
stopped or operated under a light load, it is
assumed that the surge current is generated by
open/closeofthephase-advancingcapacitorinthe
powersystem.
*ConnectaDCREACTORtotheinverter.

Meggertest
When checking the insulation resistance of the
inverter, use a 500V megger and follow the
instructions contained in the FRENIC-Eco
InstructionManual.

Wiring
Controlcircuitwiringlength
When using remote control, limit the wiring length
between the inverter and operator box to 20m or
lessandusetwistedshieldedcable.

Wiringlengthbetweeninverterandmotor
If long wiring is used between the inverter and the
motor,theinverterwilloverheatortripasaresultof
overcurrent(high-frequencycurrentflowingintothe
stray capacitance) in the wires connected to the
phases.Ensurethatthewiringisshorterthan50m.
If this length must be exceeded, lower the carrier
frequencyormountanoutputcircuitfilter(OFL).

Wiringsize
Selectcableswithasufficientcapacitybyreferring
tothecurrentvalueorrecommendedwiresize.

Wiringtype
Donotusemulticorecables.

Grounding
Securely ground the inverter using the grounding
terminal.

Selectinginvertercapacity
Drivinggeneral-purposemotor
Selectaninverteraccordingtotheapplicablemotor
ratingslistedinthestandardspecificationstablefor
the inverter. When high starting torque is required
or quick acceleration or deceleration is required,
select an inverter with a capacity one size greater
thanthestandard.

Drivingspecialmotors
Selectaninverterthatmeetsthefollowingcondition:
Inverterratedcurrent>Motorratedcurrent

Transportationandstorage
When transporting or storing inverters, follow the
procedures and select locations that meet the
environmental conditions listed in the FRENIC-Eco
InstructionManual.

GateCityOhsaki,EastTower,11-2,Osaki1-chome
Shinagawa-ku,Tokyo141-0032,Japan
Phone:+81-3-5435-7139Fax:+81-3-5435-7458
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