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YASKAWA Energy-Saving Unit

Power Regenerative Unit

R1000

200 V Class, 3.5 to 105 kW


400 V Class, 3.5 to 300 kW

Certified for
ISO9001 and
ISO14001

Energy Is Generated!
Even During Operation
Machines actually
generate energy.
Unfortunately,
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discarded
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by braking resistors.
Just replace those braking resistors with
the R1000 to effectively use the energy
that you have been throwing away.
After you've already tried everything else to
save energy, let the R1000 show you a new way.

Power Regenerative Unit

R1000

C O N T E N T S

Reuse the Previously Wasted Energy

with a New Way


to Save Energy

Features

4
Application Examples

6
Applicable Models

Power
Regeneration
High-efficiency
Motors
AC Drives

Standard Specifications

8
Selecting the Capacity

9
Connection Diagram

10
Terminal Functions

11

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Dimensions

12
Fully-Enclosed Design

16
Options

18
Application Notes

22
Global Service Network

23

Even
More

Save Energy!
Add the R1000 to
save even more energy.

Application to a Lift
Conditions

54%

Energy Savings

10 t
Rated load
Rated lifting speed20 m/min

45 kW, 4 poles, 1,750 min-1


Motor used
No. of
25 times/h; 109,500/yr
lifting/lowering
12 h/day for 365 days
Electricity costs $10/kWh

Replacing Braking Resistors


R1000

Previous configuration
Braking resistor

R1000

Control panel

AC drive

Control panel

AC drive

Power
Coordinating
Reactor

Braking Unit
Fuse
Current Suppression
Reactor

Braking Resistor Unit

Machines Generate Energy!

R1000

Effectively use this energy to save energy!

Did you know? When a motor turns, it consumes energy. But when it is turned by something else, it generates energy.
Lifts, such as cranes

Gravity pulls on
the motor when the load is lowered.

Generates
energy!

Horizontal conveyors,
such as dollies

Inertia pulls on the motor when


the dolly decelerates or is stopped.

Generates
energy!

Generators, such
as windmills and
waterwheels

Wind, water, or another external


force turns a motor.

Generates
energy!

More Braking Power

Features

125%10s

Applicable
Models

Example for LKEB4045

150%(30s)

Using the
R1000...

High Torque

Standard
Specifications

Previous configuration

Application
Examples

Increased braking torque provides more braking


power with continuous regenerative operation.

R1000

Power
consumption

Reliable and Long Life

*
Power saved

control device indicating components


may need to be replaced.

Alarm!!

The R1000 is equipped with performance life


monitors that notify the user of part wear and
maintenance periods to prevent problems
before they occur.
Operator Display Corresponding Component
Cooling fan
LT-1
Capacitors
LT-2
Inrush prevention relay
LT-3

Simulation Program for Regeneration Effects


Depreciation simulation gives you an
easy way to confirm the cost efficiency
of the R1000.

Dimensions

DriveWizard Plus
An indispensable tool for R1000 setup
and maintenance.

We Support
Global Business
Compliance with Global Standards
compliant

Application
Notes

Restriction of Hazardous
Substances Directive

No Need to Worry Should Problems Occur

Note: Application pending.

Support for Field Networks

Terminal Board with a Parameter Backup Function


The terminal block's ability to save parameter setting
data makes it a breeze to get the application back
online in the event of a failure requiring unit replacement.
Number
b1-02

Setting
2

H3-02

10

Open Field
Network

Global Service
Network

RS-422/RS-485 communications capability with the


MEMOBUS/Modbus protocol is a standard feature.
And you can mount communications options cards to
enable using the main open field networks.

Parameter

Multi-function Analog Inputs(Voltage),


Terminal A1 Function Selection

dollar

kW

Fully-Enclosed
Design

The R 1000 outputs a signal to the

Name
Run Command Selection 1

Power bill

R1000

Options

Assumes the drive is running continuously for 24 hours a day at


* : 80
% load with an ambient temperature of 40.

Performance Life Monitors

kWh
: Available soon.

Easy Support from a PC

Ten Years of Durable Performance


Cooling fans, capacitors, and relays have been carefully selected
and designed for a life expectancy of up to ten years.*

Preventive Maintenance

kW

Connection
Diagram

Visualizing Savings in Electricity


You can use analog outputs and communications networks to easily and visually
monitor all sorts of data.
Operation is as easy as for a Yaskawa 1000-series AC drive.

Accumulative
power pulse output*

Terminal
Functions

Energy Savings That You Can See

Selecting the
Capacity

Let Us Meet Your Needs

MECHATROLINKCC-Link*

* : Available soon.
5

Application Examples
Saving Energy with Power Regeneration!
Ideal for Machines That Use Braking Resistors.

Conveyance Equipment
Elevators

Cranes, Hoists, and Chain Blocks

Stacking Cranes
ranes

Automated
d

Escalators

Automated Vertical
ertical Storage System
S

Warehouses
es

Monorails
Slope Transportation
t ti Systems
tation
S t
M
and Cable
Cabl Cars

Automatic Parking System

Robots

Textiles

Metal Fabrication

Robotss

Weaving Machines

Presses

Chemical Plants

Food Processing

ors,
Centrifugal Separators,
Decanters

Mixers

Features

Paper Manufacturing and Printers


Winders and Unwinders

Selecting the
Capacity

Standard
Specifications

Applicable
Models

Application
Examples

Slitters

Other
Machine Tools

Dimensions

Terminal
Functions

Connection
Diagram

Ladle Turrets

Fully-Enclosed
Design

Applicable Models

Options

The following AC drives and AC Servo drives are recommended. The R1000 can be connected to existing products.

Compact V/f
control

High-function
fully vector control

Elevator
applications

A1000

V1000

J1000

Varispeed G7

L1000A

AC servo drives

Application
Notes

Compact vector
control

SERIES

Global Service
Network

High performance
vector control

Standard Specifications / Selecting the Capacity


Standard Specifications
R1000 Energy-saving Unit
Voltage
Model CIMR-RA *1 A

Environment

Protection Functions

Control
Characteristics

Input

Rating

Max. Applicable Motor CapacitykW


Regeneration Capacity kW
Rated Output Current (DC) A
Rated Input Current (AC) A
Rated Voltage/Rated Frequency
Allowable Voltage Fluctuation
Allowable Frequency Fluctuation
Control Method
Input Power Factor
Overload Protection
Regenerative Torque
Main Control Functions
Momentary Overcurrent Protection
Fuse burnout
Overloads
Overvoltage Output
Protection
Input
Undervoltage Output
Input
Protection
Momentary Power Loss
Power Supply Frequency Fault
Heatsink Overheat Protection
Ground Fault Protection *2
Charge LED
Area of Use
Ambient Temperature
Humidity
Shock

Storage Temperature
Altitude
Protection Design
Safety Standard *3

03P5
3.7
3.5
14
10

0005
5.5
5
20
15

0007
7.5
7
27
20

200 V Class
0010 0014 0017 0020 0028 0035
11 15 18.5 22 30 37
10 14 17 20 28 35
41 55 68 81 112 138
30 41 50 60 83 102
200 to 240Vac50/60Hz

0053
55
53
207
153

0073
75
73
282
209

0105 03P5 0005


110 3.7 5.5
105 3.5 5
413 7 11
306 5
8

0007
7.5
7
15
11

0010
11
10
22
16

0014
15
14
30
22

400 V Class
0017 0020 0028 0035 0043 0053
18.5 22 30 37 45 55
17 20 28 35 43 53
36 43 58 73 89 109
27 32 43 54 66 81
380 to 480Vac50/60Hz

0073
75
73
149
110

0105
110
105
217
161

0150
160
150
320
237

0210
220
210
440
326

0300
315
300
629
466

15 to 10

2
120excitation method
0.9 min. (for rated load)
30 s at approx. 150% of rated current.
150% 30 s, 100% 25% ED 60 s, 80% continuous
Cooling Fan on/off Switch,MEMOBUS/Modbus Comm. (RS-422/RS-485 max, 115.2 kbps)
Operation stops for approx. 250% or higher of the rated power supply current.
Operation stops if the fuse burns out.
Operation stops for 150% of the rated power supply current for 30 s.
Stops when DC bus voltage exceeds approx. 410 Vdc
Stops when DC bus voltage exceeds approx. 820 Vdc
Stops when input voltage exceeds approx. 227 Vac
Stops when input voltage exceeds approx. 554 Vac
Stops when DC bus voltage falls below approx. 190 Vdc
Stops when DC bus voltage falls below approx. 380 Vdc
Stops when input voltage falls below approx. 150 Vac
Stops when input voltage falls below approx. 300 Vac
Immediately stops after Momentary Power Loss is detected.
Operation stops for a deviation of 6 Hz or more from the rated input frequency.
Protection by thermistor
Protection by electronic circuit
Charge LED remains lit until DC bus has fallen below approx. 50 V
Indoors
10 to +40 CEnclosed Wall-MountedNEMA Type1 10 to +50 COpen Type enclosureIP00)
95% RH or less (no condensation)
(2A03P5 to 2A0053, 4A03P5 to 4A0073)10 to 20 Hz9.8 m/s220 to 55 Hz5.9 m/s2
(2A0073 to 2A0105, 4A0105 to 4A0300)10 to 20 Hz9.8 m/s220 to 55 Hz2.0 m/s2

20 to +60 Cshort-term temperature during transportation


Up to 1000 meters (derating required at altitudes from 1000 to 3000 m)
Open Type enclosureIP00Enclosed Wall-MountedNEMA Type1IP20*4
UL508C, IEC/EN61800-5-1, IEC/EN61800-3

number indicates the voltage class (2: 200 V class, 4: 400 V class).
*12 :: This
may not be provided under the following conditions as the motor windings are grounded internally during run:
* Protection
Low resistance to ground from the drive cable or terminal block.
Drive already has a short-circuit when the power is turned on.

pending.
*34 :: Application
IP20 protection applies if the top cover is removed from a NEMA Type1 Unit (CIMR-RA2A03P5 to CIMR-RA2A0028 or CIMR-RA4A03P5 to CIMR-RA4A0028).
*
Note: The CIMR-RA2A0105 and CIMR-RA4A0210 to CIMR-RA4A0300 are in preparation.

R1000 Standard Configuration Devices


Voltage
Model CIMR-RA *1 A

Power
Coordinating
Reactor
Current
Suppression
Reactor
Fuse

Rated Current A
Inductance mH
Rated Current A
Inductance mH
Rated Current A

03P5
20
0.53
15
0.31
20

0005
30
0.35
15
0.31
25

0007
40
0.265
20
0.15
32

0010
60
0.18
40
0.1
50

200 V Class
0014 0017 0020 0028
80 90 120 160
0.13 0.12 0.09 0.07
40 50 60 80
0.1 0.06 0.05 0.04
63 80 100 125

0035
200
0.05
100
0.03
160

0053
280
0.038
153
0.02
200

0073
360
0.026
209
0.015
350

0105
500
0.02
306
0.01
500

03P5
10
2.2
7.5
1.2
16

This number indicates the voltage class (2: 200 V class, 4: 400 V class).
*Note
: The CIMR-RA2A0105 and CIMR-RA4A0210 to CIMR-RA4A0300 are in preparation.

0005
15
1.42
7.5
1.2
16

0007
20
1.06
10
0.6
16

0010
30
0.7
15
0.4
25

0014
40
0.53
25
0.3
40

0017
50
0.42
25
0.3
40

400 V Class
0020 0028 0035 0043
60 80 90 120
0.36 0.26 0.24 0.18
30 40 50 60
0.2 0.15 0.12 0.1
50 63 80 100

0053
150
0.15
75
0.08
125

0073
200
0.11
100
0.06
160

0105
250
0.09
161
0.04
250

0150
330
0.06
237
0.03
350

0210
490
0.04
326
0.02
500

0300
660
0.03
466
0.013
630

Features

R1000 Capacity Selection


The recommended R1000 models are given in the following table.
5.5

7.5

11

15

18.5

22

30

37

45

55

75

90

110

Applicable
Models

Motor Capacity (kW) 3.7


Drive Capacity (kW) or less
03P5
0005
0007
0010
0014
R1000 Mode
CIMR-RA2A 0017

0020
0028
0035
0053
0073
0105*

Application
Examples

200 V Class

Standard
Specifications

Easy
Selection

5.5

7.5

11

15

18.5

22

30

37

45

55

75

90

110

132

160

185

220

400 V Class

Selecting the
Capacity

Connection
Diagram

Terminal
Functions

: Available soon.

Depending on the amount of regenerated energy, you can select an R1000 with a smaller capacity than the drive.
Use the DriveSelect Inverter Capacity Selection Program to make the selection.
You can download the application for free from Yaskawa s product and technical information website
(http://www.e-mechatronics.com/en/).

Fully-Enclosed
Design

Optimum
Selection

315

Dimensions

Motor Capacity (kW) 3.7


Drive Capacity (kW) or less
03P5
0005
0007
0010
0014
0017
0020
R1000 Mode 0028
CIMR-RA4A
0035

0043
0053
0073
0105
0150
0210*
0300*

Model Number Key

0105

No.
A

Region Code
Japan

No.

2
4

Voltage Class
3-phase,
200-240 Vac
3-phase,
380-480 Vac

No.
A

Customized Specifications
Standard model

Three-Phase 200 V
No.

03P5
0005
0007
0010
0014
0017
0020
0028
0035
0053
0073
0105

Regeneration
Capacity (kW)
3.5
5
7
10
14
17
20
28
35
53
73
105

No.
A
F

Enclosure Type
IP00 open-chassis
NEMA Type 1 enclosure panel

Three-Phase 400 V
No.

03P5
0005
0007
0010
0014
0017
0020
0028
0035
0043
0053
0073
0105
0150
0210
0300

Regeneration
Capacity (kW)
3 .5
5
7
10
14
17
20
28
35
43
53
73
105
150
210
300

No.
A
K
M
S

Options

Design Revision Order


Environmental Specifications
Standard
Gas-resistant
Humidity and dust-resistant
Vibration-resistant

Application
Notes

Note: Contact a Yaskawa for more on


environmental specifications.

Global Service
Network

CIMR-

YASKAWA Energy-Saving Unit R1000 Series

Connection Diagram / Terminal Functions


Standard Connection Diagram
Model: CIMR-RA2A03P5 to 0105CIMR-RA4A03P5 to 0300

ThreePhase
Power
Supply

ELCB
or
MCCB

Power Coordinating
Reactor 1
U

*5

R/L1

S/L2

T/L3

*2

*5

V/T2

*X

S/L2

T/L3

Fuse

Motor

U/T1

Current
Suppression
Reactor 1

W/T3
R/L1

R1000
Regenerative
Unit

*2

r1/ 11
1/ 21
t1/ 31

*4

*3

+ 1

Ground

Drive
(A1000/Varispeed G7)
Ground

Option card
connectors

M1

CN5-C

M2

CN5-B

Multi-function relay
output (During MC on)
250 Vac, max. 1 A
30 Vdc, max 1 A
(min. 5 Vdc, 10 mA)

CN5-A
Control Circuit

Multi-function
digital inputs
(default setting)

Forced operation command

S1

Automatic operation command

S2

External fault

S3

Fault reset

S4

(Reserved)

S5

(Reserved)

S6

(Reserved)

S7

External
Baseblock

S8

P1

Multi-function photocoupler output 1


(Power Regenerative Unit Ready)
48 Vdc, max 50 mA

P2

Multi-function photocoupler output 2


(During Run1)
PC 48 Vdc, max 50 mA

SC

+24
EG

*6

Sinking/sourcing jumper (S3) (Sinking mode)


Fault relay output
250 Vac, max. 1 A
MB 30 Vdc, max 1 A
(min. 5 Vdc, 10 mA)
MC

MA

Shield ground terminal


Power supply

(Reserved)
(Reserved)
(Reserved)

+V +10.5 Vdc, max. 20 mA


A1 Analog Input 1
A2 Analog Input 2
A3 Analog Input 3
AC
V

The shaded areas


indicate R1000 and
standard configuration
devices.

MEMOBUS/
Modbus comm.
RS-422/RS-485
max. 115.2 kbps

R+
R
S+
S
IG

DIP Switch S1

Power supply, 10.5 Vdc,


max. 20 mA

FM

Termination resistor
(120 , 1/2 W)
DIP
Switch S2

AM
AC

FM

Multi-function analog output 1 7


10 to +10 Vdc, 2 mA
(Power Supply Side Power 0 to +10 Vdc)

AM

Multi-function analog output 2 7


10 to +10 Vdc, 2 mA
(Power Supply Side Current 0 to +10 Vdc)

shielded line
twisted-pair shielded line
control circuit terminal
main circuit terminal

use the specified AC reactor and fuses to avoid abnormal operations.


*12Always
wire the drive s AC power supply terminals (R/L1, S/L2, and T/L3) from the secondary side of the power coordinating reactor.
*3Always
wire the R1000 s power supply voltage/phase detection circuits (r1/ 11, 1/ 21, and t1/ 31) from the primary side of the power coordinating reactor.
*4Always
DC current bus bar wiring between R1000 and the drive (between terminals 1 and , terminals and ) must be within 5 m.
*5The
wiring between the power coordinating reactor and drive and between the power coordinating reactor and R1000 must be within 10 m.
*6The
This figure shows an example of a sequence input to S1 through S8 using a non-powered relay or an NPN transistor (0 V common/sink mode: default). Set
* either
sinking or sourcing with the sinking/sourcing jumpers (S3).
7Monitor outputs work with devices such as wattmeters. Do not use these outputs in a feedback loop.
*
Note: The CIMR-RA2A0105 and CIMR-RA4A0210 to CIMR-RA4A0300 are in preparation.

10

Features

Terminal Functions
Main Circuit Terminals
Type
Main circuit power supply inputs
Power supply voltage detection inputs

Function
These are the power supply input terminals that connect to the input reactor.
These terminals are to detect the power supply voltage order and voltage levels.

DC voltage inputs

These terminals are used to input a DC voltage.

Grounding terminal

For 200 V class: 100 or less


For 400 V class: 10 or less

Applicable
Models

Terminal
R/L1,S/L2,T/L3
r1/ 11, 1/ 21,t1/ 31

Application
Examples

R1000 Energy-saving Unit

Multi-Function
Photocoupler
Output
Monitor Output

Ground for shielded lines and option cards

MA

N.O. output (Fault)

MB

N.C. output (Fault)

MC

Fault output common

Relay output
30 Vdc, 10 mA to 1 A
250 Vac, 10 mA to 1 A
MB N.C. output Minimum load: 5 Vdc, 10 mA
Default setting:During MC on
The M1-M2 terminals close during operation.

M1
M2
P1
P2
PC
FM
AM
AC

Multi-function digital output(During MC on)


Photocoupler output 1 (Power Regenerative Unit Ready)
Photocoupler output 2 (During run 1)
Photocoupler output common
Analog monitor output1
Analog monitor output2
Monitor common

*
*

Connection
Diagram

Photocoupler output*2
48 V, 2 to 50 mA
10 to +10 Vdc, or 0 to +10 Vdc

0V

1Do not assign functions to terminals M1 and M2 that involve frequent switching, unless absolutely necessary, because
doing so may shorten the relay performance life. The switching life is estimated at 200,000 times (1 A, resistive load).
2Connect a flywheel diode as shown when driving a reactive load such as a relay coil. The diode must be
rated for use of a voltage higher than the circuit voltage.

Flywheel diode

External power
48 V max.

Coil
(50 mA max.)

Serial Communication Terminals (200 V/400 V Class)


Type
MEMOBUS/
Modbus
Communications*

No.
R+
R
S+
S
IG

Signal Name
Communications input (+)
Communications input ( )
Communications output (+)
Communications output ( )

Function (Signal Level)


RS-422/RS-485
MEMOBUS/Modbus communications:
Use an RS -422 or RS -485 cable to MEMOBUS/Modbus communications
connect the unit.
protocol 115.2 kbps (max.)

0V

Shield ground

Application
Notes

Enable the termination resistor in the last unit in a MEMOBUS/Modbus network by setting DIP switch S2 to the ON position.

R1000 Standard Configuration Devices


Power Coordinating Reactor
Terminal
U
V
W
X
Y
Z

Type

Selecting the
Capacity

Multi-function selection input common

Terminal
Functions

Multi-Function
Digital Output*1

Photocoupler
24 Vdc, 8 mA
The factory setting is for Sinking Mode.
Use the sinking/sourcing mode jumper (S3) to change
the sinking/sourcing mode setting to select an internal or
external power supply.

Dimensions

Fault Relay
Output

Function (Signal Level)

Fully-Enclosed
Design

Analog Inputs

Terminal Name (Default Setting)


Multi-function selection input 1 (Forced operation command)
Multi-function selection input 2 (Automatic operation command)
Multi-function selection input 3 (External fault)
Multi-function selection input 4 (Fault reset)
Multi-function selection input 5 (Reserved)
Multi-function selection input 6 (Reserved)
Multi-function selection input 7 (Reserved)
Multi-function selection input 8 (External Baseblock)

Options

Multi-Function
Digital Inputs

Terminal
S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
S6
S7
S8
SC
A1
A2
A3
AC
EG

Current Suppression Reactor


Function

Power coordinating
reactor inputs

These terminals are connected


to the power supply.

Power coordinating
reactor outputs

These terminals are connected


to the connected drive device
input terminals and input fuses.

Terminal
U
V
W
X
Y
Z

Type

Function

Current suppression
reactor inputs

These terminals are connected


to the input fuses.

Current suppression
reactor outputs

These terminals are connected to


the R1000 Power Regenerative
Unit.

Global Service
Network

Terminal Type

Standard
Specifications

Control Circuit Input Terminals (200 V/400 V Class)

11

Dimensions
R1000 Energy-saving Unit
Enclosures
200 V Class
03P5 0005 0007 0010 0014 0017 0020 0028
Max. Applicable Motor Capacity kW 3.7 5.5 7.5 11 15 18.5 22 30
Regeneration CapacitykW 3.5 5 7 10 14 17 20 28
Open-Chassis
IP00
Remove top cover of wall-mount enclosure for IP20 rating
Enclosure Panel NEMA Type1
Standard
Voltage Class

Model CIMR-RA *1 A

0035 0053 0073 0105


37 55 75 110
35 53 73 105
IP00 standard
Made to order 2

400 V Class
03P5 0005 0007 0010 0014 0017 0020 0028 0035 0043 0053 0073 0105 0150 0210 0300
3.7 5.5 7.5 11 15 18.5 22 30 37 45 55 75 110 160 220 315
3.5 5 7 10 14 17 20 28 35 43 53 73 105 150 210 300
Remove top cover of wall-mount enclosure for IP20 rating
IP00 standard
2
Standard
Made to order

number indicates the voltage class (2: 200 V class, 4: 400 V class).
*12 :: This
available
*Note:Not
The CIMR-RA 2 A0105 and CIMR-RA4A0210 to CIMR-RA4A0300 are in preparation.

Open-ChassisIP00
Dimensions (mm)
4-d

t2

10 max.

H2

H1
H

W1

10 max.

D1

t1

200 V Class
Model
CIMR-RA2A

0035
0053
0073
0105*

Regeneration Capacity
kW
35
53
73
105

W
275
325
450
500

H
450
550
705
800

D
258
283
330
350

W1
220
260
325
370

Dimensions (mm)
H1
H2
435
7.5
535
7.5
680
12.5
773
13

D1
100
110
130
130

t1
2.3
2.3
3.2
4.5

t2
2.3
2.3
3.2
4.5

d
M5
M6
M10
M12

W1

Dimensions (mm)
H1
H2
D1

t1

t2

Weight
(kg)

275

450

258

220

435

7.5

100

2.3

2.3

M6

20

325

550

283

260

535

7.5

110

2.3

2.3

M6

33

Weight
(kg)

21
33
62
81

Cooling
Fan
cooled

400 V Class
Model
CIMR-RA4A

0035
0043
0053
0073
0105
0150
0210*
0300*

* : Available soon

12

Regeneration Capacity
kW
35
43
53
73
105
150
210
300

450

705

330

325

680

12.5

130

3.2

3.2

M10

62

500

800

350

370

773

13

130

4.5

4.5

M12

85.6
87

Cooling

Fan
cooled

Features
Application
Examples
4-d

Figure1

t1
D1

8 max.

Figure2

Standard
Specifications

H2
t1

H2
H3

D1

8 max.

t1

Figure3

200 V Class
Dimensions (mm)
H1
H2
H3

D1

t1

t2

Weight
(kg)

55

M5

284

75

M5

350

335

15

78

M6

192
220
260
325

350
450
550
705

335
435
535
680

8
7.5
7.5
12.5

35
65
180
255

78
100
110
130

5
2.3
2.3
3.2

2.3
2.3
3.2

M6
M6
M6
M10

9
22
36
70

W1

H0

Dimensions (mm)
H1
H2
H3

D1

t1

t2

Weight
(kg)

260

167

122

248

55

M5

300

187

160

284

75

M5

365

197

192

350

335

15

78

M6

W1

H0

260

167

122

248

300

187

160

365

197

192

385
450
730
705

197
258
283
330

Cooling

Connection
Diagram

03P5
0005
0007
0010
0014
0017
0020
0028
0035
0053
0073

Regeneration Capacity
Figure
kW
W
3.5
5
140
7
1
10
180
14
17
220
2
20
28
220
35
275
3
53
329
73
450

Fan
cooled
Terminal
Functions

Model
CIMR-RA2A

Dimensions

D1

Selecting the
Capacity

H1
H0
H

H1
H

Applicable
Models

t2

H1

W1

H0
H

4-d

H3

W1

1.5

4-d

1.5

W1

H2

Enclosure PanelNEMA Type 1


Dimensions (mm)

400 V Class

Fully-Enclosed
Design

Cooling

Fan

450

258

220

450

435

7.5

65

100

2.3

2.3

M6

21

730

283

260

550

535

7.5

180

110

2.3

2.3

M6

37

705

330

325

705

680

12.5

255

130

3.2

3.2

M10

70

Options

cooled

Application
Notes

03P5
0005
0007
0010
0014
0017
0020
0028
0035
0043
0053
0073
0105
0150

Regeneration Capacity
Figure
kW
W
3.5
5
140
7
1
10
180
14
17
2
220
20
28
35
275
43
53
3
329
73
105
450
150

Global Service
Network

Model
CIMR-RA4A

13

Dimensions (continued)
Combinations of Standard Configuration Devices
Power Coordinating Reactor
Terminal 6 (M)

Model
CIMR - RA 2 A
03P5
0005
0007
0010
0014
0017
0020
0028
0035
0053
0073
0105*

W
C

200 V Class

Nameplate

Z
I

D
F
A

H
E
B
B1

Mtg. hole 4 (J)


K

Mounting hole
specifications

Figure1
D

Nameplate

E
H
B

Figure2

B1

A
Nameplate

UXVYWZ

M4

D
F

Mounting hole
specifications

H
L

1
1

B1
114
119
139
147.5
155
150
155
170
182.5
150
150
155

B
88
88
98
105
100
100
100
100
115
105
105
115

C
105
105
105
130
150
150
150
175
175
240
285
270

D
50
50
50
75
75
75
75
75
75
70
80
90

Dimensions (mm)
E
F
H
65 129 24
70 129 23.5
75 129 24
85 159 25
80 179 25
80 179 25
80 179 25
80 209 25
95 205 25
90 189 21.5
90 230 26.5
100 250 31.5

Model
Dimensions (mm)
Code No. Qty. Figure
CIMR - RA 4 A
C
D
E
F
H
A
B
B1
130 50 65 129 23
130 88
03P5
100-107-367
3
130 50 75 129 23
0005
100-107-368
130 98
0007
100-107-369
160 90 115 130 75 70 159 25
0010
100-107-370
160 105 132.5 130 75 85 159 25
0014
100-107-371
180 100 140 150 75 80 179 25
0017
100-107-372
180 100 145 150 75 80 179 25
0020
100-107-373
180 95 147.5 150 75 75 179 22.5
1
0028
100-107-374
210 100 150 175 75 80 204 25
1
0035
100-107-375
210 115 177.5 175 75 95 204 25
0043
100-107-376
240 126 193 205 150 110 239 25
0053
100-107-377
240 126 198 205 150 110 239 25
0073
100-107-378
270 162 231 230 150 130 259 40
0105
270 162 198 230 150 130 259 41
100-107-379
0150
100-107-380
285 168 209 250 160 140 275 43
2
0210*
100-107-381
320 158 209 305 180 130 315 40
0300*
100-107-382
320 195 237.5 340 180 160 315 45.5
: Available soon

I
Mounting hole
specifications

100-107-355
100-107-356
100-107-357
100-107-358
100-107-359
100-107-360
100-107-361
100-107-362
100-107-363
100-107-364
100-107-365
100-107-366

A
130
130
130
160
180
180
180
210
210
190
240
265

I
4.5
4 .5
4 .5
4 .5
4 .5
4 .5
4 .5
4 .5
3
3
3
3

J
K
M6 11.5
M6
9
M6 11.5
M6 10
M6 10
M6 10
M6 10
M6 10
M6 10
M8 7.5
M8 7.5
M8 7.5

L
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
9
9
9

M
M5
M5
M6
M6
M8
M8
M10
M10
M10
M10
M10
M10

Weight
(kg)
3.5
4.5
4.8
7
8
8.5
9
12
16
18
26
28

J
M6
M6
M6
M6
M6
M6
M6
M6
M6
M8
M8
M8
M8
M10
M10
M12

L
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
10
10
10
10
12
12
15

M
M4
M4
M5
M5
M6
M6
M6
M8
M8
M10
M10
M10
M10
M10
M12
M12

Weight
(kg)
3.5
4.5
6.2
7
9
9.5
9.5
13
18
23
25
34
35
45
55
73

400 V Class

D
40

Code No. Qty. Figure

I
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
4

K
11.5
11.5
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
8
8
16
16
14
14
17.5

Figure3

Current Suppression Reactor


Terminal 6 (M)
Nameplate

Terminal 6 (M)
Nameplate

25

C
X

1
2

A
105
105
105
120
120
120
120
130
130
160
160
180

B
61
61
61
71
71
71
71
88
88
89
99
99

A
105
105
105
105
120
120
120
120
130
130
160
160
180
205
205
240

B
61
61
61
61
71
71
71
71
88
98
90
90
99
106
116
126

Mtg. hole 4 (J)


L
Mounting hole
specifications

Figure2
Qty.

100-107-384
100-107-384
100-107-385
100-107-386
100-107-386
100-107-387
100-107-388
100-107-389
100-107-396
100-107-397
100-107-398
100-107-399

Mtg. hole 4 (J)


L
Mounting hole
specifications

Figure1
Code No.

Mtg. hole 4 (J)


L
Mounting hole
specifications

Model
CIMR - RA 2 A
03P5
0005
0007
0010
0014
0017
0020
0028
0035
0053
0073
0105*

200 V Class

Terminal 6 (M)
Nameplate

UXVYWZ

Figure3

B1

120
120
120
125
140
145
161
171
183.5

C
70
70
70
90
90
90
90
105
105
130
130
155

D
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
50
50
75
75
75

Dimensions (mm)
E
F
H
40
85
20
40
85
20
40
85
20
50
105
20
50
105
20
50
105
20
50
105
20
70
130
22
70
130
22
70
160
25
80
160
25
85
180
25

I
1.6
1.6
1.6
2.3
2.3
2.3
2.3
3.2
3.2
2.3
2.3
2.3

J
M5
M5
M5
M6
M6
M6
M6
M6
M6
M6
M6
M6

K
10.5
10.5
10.5
11
11
11
11
9
9
9.5
9.5
7

L
5.8
5.8
5.8
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7

M
M4
M4
M4
M5
M5
M5
M6
M8
M8
M10
M12
M12

Weight
(kg)
1.5
1.5
1.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
3
3
5.1
9
9

C
70
70
70
70
90
90
90
90
105
105
125
125
155
170
175
215

D
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
50
50
75
75
75
75
75
150

Dimensions (mm)
E
F
H
40
85
20
40
85
20
40
85
20
40
85
20
50
105
20
50
105
20
50
105
20
50
105
20
70
130
22
80
130
22
70
160
25
70
160
25
85
180
25
85
205
25
95
205
25
110
240
25

I
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
2.3
2.3
2.3
2.3
3.2
3.2
2.3
2.3
2.3
3.2
3.2
3.2

J
M5
M5
M5
M5
M6
M6
M6
M6
M6
M6
M6
M6
M6
M6
M6
M8

K
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
11
11
11
11
9
9
9.5
9.5
7
10.5
10.5
8

L
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
10

M
M4
M4
M4
M4
M5
M5
M5
M6
M6
M6
M8
M8
M10
M12
M12
M12

Weight
(kg)
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
3
4
5
5
9
15.1
17
25

400 V Class
Model
Code No.
CIMR - RA 4 A
03P5
100-107-390
0005
100-107-390
0007
100-107-391
0010
100-107-392
0014
100-107-393
0017
100-107-393
0020
100-107-394
0028
100-107-395
0035
100-107-400
0043
100-107-401
0053
100-107-402
0073
100-107-403
0105
100-107-404
0150
100-107-405
0210*
100-107-406
0300*
100-107-407
: Available soon

14

Qty.

B1

110
110
115
115
135
145
145
145
181
191.5
202.2
253

142

B
A
C

B
C

Applicable
Models

Application
Examples

A
B
C

47

Fuse

Features

Fuse/ Fuse Holder

Figure1

Figure2

Figure3

Fuse Holder

Connection
Diagram

Figure6
108
77
4.5 dia.
33

26
61

Terminal
Functions

Temporary tightening bolt (M8) 2


3.5 dia. through hole 2
54

3.5 dia. through hole 2


Temporary tightening screw (M6) 2

42

03P5
0005
0007
0010
0014
0017
0020
0028
0035
0053
0073
0105*2

Figure8
Fuse

Model

Code No.*1

350GH-20ULTC
350GH-25ULTC
350GH-32ULTC
350GH-50ULTC
350GH-63ULTC
350GH-80ULTC
350GH-100ULTC
350GH-125ULTC
350GH-160ULTC
350GH-200ULTC
170M2620
170M3021

100-107-420
100-110-428
100-110-429
100-110-430
100-107-422
100-107-423
100-107-424
100-107-425
100-107-426
100-110-431
100-110-432
100-110-433

Model

Code No.*

Qty. Figure

2
3

C
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
29
29
29
52.5
50

Dimensions (mm)
E
F
G
18.5 9.5 6.5
18.5 9.5 6.5
18.5 9.5 6.5
18.5 9.5 6.5
18.5 9.5 6.5
18.5 9.5 6.5
18.5 9.5 6.5
25
14
9
25
14
9
25
14
9

30
10

43
11

A
B
C
76.5 61
46
76.5 61
46
76.5 61
46
76.5 61
46
76.5 61
46
76.5 61
46
76.5 61
46
76.5 61
46
76.5 61
46
76.5 61
46
98 77.8 50
98 77.8 50
100 78
54
98
78 52.5
110 78
50
109 78
51

Dimensions (mm)
E
F
G
17.5 9.5 6.5
17.5 9.5 6.5
17.5 9.5 6.5
17.5 9.5 6.5
17.5 9.5 6.5
17.5 9.5 6.5
17.5 9.5 6.5
17.5 9.5 6.5
17.5 9.5 6.5
17.5 9.5 6.5
23.5 14
9
23.5 14
9

21
8

30
10

43
11

74
11

A
55
55
55
55
55
55
55
78
78
78
98
110

B
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
57
57
57
78
78

33

4.5 dia.

Figure9
Fuse Holder
H
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
26
26
26
49

W
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
20
20
20
28
20

T
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
2
6

Model

Code No.*1

HT4017

100-107-409

Qty. Figure

4
3

HT5723

100-107-410

170H1007
170H3003

100-110-543
100-107-417

6
7

400 V Class
Model
CIMR - RA 4 A

Fuse
1

03P5
660GH-16ULTC 100-107-427
0005
660GH-16ULTC 100-107-427
0007
660GH-16ULTC 100-107-427
0010
660GH-25ULTC 100-107-428
0014
660GH-40ULTC 100-107-429
0017
660GH-40ULTC 100-107-429
0020
660GH-50ULTC 100-107-430
0028
660GH-63ULTC 100-107-431
0035
660GH-80ULTC 100-110-434
0043
660GH-100ULTC 100-107-432
0053
660GH-125ULTC 100-107-436
660GH-160ULTC 100-107-437
0073
0105
170M1371
100-110-435
100-110-432
0150
170M2620
0210*2
170M3021
100-110-433
170M4016
100-107-441
0300*2
1 : Three fuses are included with one code No.
2 : Available soon

Qty. Figure

1
3

2
3

Fuse Holder
H
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
26
26
40
49

W
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
20
20
20
28
20
30

T
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
2
2
6
6

Fully-Enclosed
Design

Model
CIMR - RA 2 A

Drill hole (M4)

Figure7

1
4. 3

Model

Code No.*1

HT6017

100-107-411

Qty. Figure

8
3

HT7723

100-107-415

170H1007

100-110-543

170H3003

100-107-417

Options

200 V Class

48
48

Dimensions

Mounting hole
dimension
M10

18
19.8

8
35

1. 5

26

4. 5

3. 5

18

8
1.5

3. 4

40

4.3 dia.
37

19.8

9d

35

Application
Notes

60
85

205
150

Standard
Specifications

25.0
13.9 dia. min.

ia.

25.0

85
4.5 dia. hole

M8

64
77

22

M8
M10

7.0 dia. (M6) 4


4.5 dia.

Figure5
A-A

80

Selecting the
Capacity

Mounting hole
dimension
Drill hole (M4)

Figure4

33

4.3 dia.

38
38

Drill hole (M4) 4.5 dia.

43.00.3

Global Service
Network

35

126.00.3
80.00.3

16
17.8

26

3. 4

4.3 dia.

3. 5
1. 5

16

8
17.8
1 .5

3.5

3. 4

Mounting hole
dimension

27
27

17.8

3.5 dia. through hole 2


Temporary tightening screw (M6) 2

22

35

145.00.5

57
Temporary tightening bolt (M8) 2
3.5 dia. through hole 2
34

19.00.5

41

50.51.0

26

33

6.4

4.5 dia.

40.51.0

M8

88

65
4.5 dia.

*
*

15

Fully-Enclosed Design
An Open-Chassis model can be installed in a fully-enclosed panel.
An open-chassis model in a protective enclosure with the heatsink inside the panel allows for an intake air temperature of up to 50C.
The heatsink can alternatively be mounted outside the enclosure panel. This reduces the amount of heat inside the panel and requires
less space for installation. In this case, an intake air temperature of up to 40C is allowed. Current derating or other steps to ensure
cooling are required at 50C.

Cooling Design for Fully-Closed Enclosure Panel

Mounting the External Heatsink


Top cover *

Fully-enclosed panel
Top cover*
Air temperature
60C
at top of panel
10 to +60
C
Heatsink

50C

Ventilation Space
Side Clearance

Top/Bottom Clearance

50 mm min.

120 mm min.

Airflow

50 mm min.

120 mm min.

Airflow

Heatsink

IP00/IP20
R1000
Bottom cover
R1000 Intake air
temperature
10 to +50C

Attachment for
external heatsink
(Option)

Ambient temperature 50C

30 mm min.

E n c l o s u r e p a n e l ( C I M R -

If you use a R1000 with model numbers


CIMR-RA2A0035 to 0105, CIMR-RA4A0035
to 0300 mounted in a panel, provide space
for the hoisting eye bolts on both sides of the
unit and for main circuit wiring.

RA2A03P5 to 0028, CIMR RA4A03P5 to 0028) can be


installed with the top and
bottom covers removed.

Watt Loss Data


R1000 Energy-saving Unit

200 V Class
0073
73
282
609
236
845

0105*2
105
413
910
365
1275

03P5 0005 0007 0010 0014 0017 0020 0028 0035 0043 0053
Regeneration Capacity
kW 3.5
5
7
10
14
17
20
28
35
43
53
Rated Output Current (DC)
A
7
11
15
22
30
36
43
58
73
89 109
Heatsink
16
27
41
53
80
91 114 174 169 221 266
Heat Loss 1
Internal
21
24
28
31
38
44
50
66
74
91 109
W
Total Heat Loss
37
51
69
84 118 135 164 240 243 312 375

0073
73
149
397
164
561

Model CIMR-RA2A

03P5 0005 0007 0010 0014 0017 0020


Regeneration Capacity
kW 3.5
5
7
10
14
17
20
Rated Output Current (DC)
A 14
20
27
41
55
68
81
Heatsink
31
51
76
99
149
155
201
Heat Loss 1
Internal
22
27
33
39
49
53
67
W
Total Heat Loss
53
78 109 138 198 208 268

0028
28
112
270
98
368

0035
35
138
295
127
422

0053
53
207
494
164
658

400 V Class
0150
150
320
869
336
1205

0210*2 0300*2
210 300
440 629
1193 1534
532 630
1725 2164

03P5 0005 0007 0010 0014 0017 0020 0028 0035 0043 0053 0073 0105 0150
40
50
40
65
60
90
90
95 100 130 112 138 154 169
Current Suppression Reactor 21
21
19
23
36
50
30
85
46
56
81
72
95 105
Fuse
0.8 1.2 1.7 3.1 4.5 5.9 7.0 10.3 14.3 18.0 19.9 30.3 29.8 47.8

0210* 0300*
210 300
120 160
51.1 77.9

Model CIMR-RA4A

0105
105
217
572
255
827

heat loss is for an 80% continuous regenerative torque.


*12 :: The
* Available soon

Standard Configuration Devices

200 V Class
03P5 0005 0007 0010 0014 0017 0020 0028 0035 0053 0073 0105*
30
45
40
65
75
90
90 100 100 94 120 170
Current Suppression Reactor 22
22
21
32
32
31
35
48
46
21
19
23
Fuse
1.0 1.5 2.3 3.5 5.7 6.4 5.8 8.9 11.2 14.4 35.9 44.3

Model CIMR-RA2A
Heat Loss
W

Power Coordinating Reactor

400 V Class
Model CIMR-RA4A
Heat Loss
W

Power Coordinating Reactor

* : Available soon

16

Features

Attachment for External Heatsink

200 V Class
Code No.

158

294

122

280

112

53.4

EZZ020800B

198

329

160

315

112

73.4

EZZ020800C

238

380

192

362

119

76.4

EZZ020800D

158

294

122

280

112

53.4

EZZ020800B

198

329

160

315

112

73.4

EZZ020800C

238

380

192

362

119

76.4

EZZ020800D

Model
CIMR-RA4A

W1
W

D1

03P5
0005
0007
0010
0014
0017
0020
0028

D2

Dimensions (mm)
H1
D1
W1

D2

Code No.

Selecting the
Capacity

H1

400 V Class

W1
W

W2

W2

a
W1
W

Modification Figure 1

Terminal
Functions

W3

H4

W2

W3

H3

W2

H5

W3

H4

W3

H2
B

H1

H1

H2

Connection
Diagram

Drill hole 4 (d1)


a

H3

H4

Panel Modification for External Heatsink


Drill hole 4 (d1) 2-5 dia. mtg. hole
a
a
b

Application
Examples

D2

Applicable
Models

03P5
0005
0007
0010
0014
0017
0020
0028

Dimensions (mm)
H1
D1
W1

Standard
Specifications

Model
CIMR-RA2A

Additional attachments are required for R1000 with model numbers CIMRRA2A03P5 to 0028, CIMR-RA4A03P5 to 0028.
The final product will be wider and taller than the unit.
Additional attachments are not required for CIMR-RA2A0035 and above, and
CIMR-RA4A0035 and above.
Note: Contact Yaskawa for information on attachments for earlier models.

Modification Figure 2

Dimensions (mm)
H1
H2
H3

H4

H5

d1

280

8.5

8 .5

140

263

M5

315

17.5

10.5

180

287

M5

14

362

13

220

341

M6

220
260
325
370

19.5
24.5
54.5
57

8
8
8
8

435
535
680
773

8
8
12.5
16

7 .5
7 .5
12.5
14

8
8
12.5
17

7.5
7.5
12.5
13

259
309
434
484

419
519
655
740

M6
M6
M10
M12

W1

W2

W3

Dimensions (mm)
H1
H2
H3

H4

H5

d1

158

294

122

280

8.5

8 .5

140

263

M5

198

329

160

10

315

17.5

10.5

180

287

M5

238

380

192

14

362

13

220

341

M6

275

450

220

19.5

435

7 .5

7.5

259

419

M6

325

550

260

24.5

535

7 .5

7.5

309

519

M6

450

705

325

54.5

680

12.5

12.5

12.5

12.5

434

655

M10

500

800

370

57

773

16

14

17

13

484

740

M12

W1

W2

W3

158

294

122

198

329

160

10

238

380

192

275
325
450
500

450
550
705
800

Fully-Enclosed
Design

03P5
0005
0007
0010
0014
0017
0020
0028
0035
0053
0073
0105*

Modification
Figure

Options

Model
CIMR-DA2A

Dimensions

200 V Class

03P5
0005
0007
0010
0014
0017
0020
0028
0035
0043
0053
0073
0105
0150
0210*
0300*

* : Available soon

Modification
Figure

Global Service
Network

Model
CIMR-DA4A

Application
Notes

400 V Class

17

Options
Options
Name

24 V Power Supply

USB Copy Unit


(RJ-45/USB compatible plug)

Purpose

Model, Manufacturer

Page

Provides power supply for the control circuit and option boards.
Note: Parameter settings cannot be changed when the drive is
operating solely from this power supply.

PS-A10LB (200 V class)


PS-A10HB (400 V class)

19

JVOP-181

21

Commercially available
USB2.0 A/B cable.

21

Can copy parameter settings easily and quickly to be later transferred

to another drive.

Adapter for connecting R1000 to the USB port of a PC.

PC Cable

Connect R1000 and PC when using DriveWizard Plus.


The cable length must be 3 m or less.

LCD Operator

For easier operation when using the optional LCD operator. Allows for
remote operation. Includes a Copy function for saving the settings of JVOP-180
R1000.

LCD Operator Extension


Cable

Cable for connecting the LCD operator.

Attachment for External


Heatsink

Required for heatsink installation.


Note: Current derating may be needed when using a heatsink.

20

WV0011 m
WV0033 m

20

17

Option Cards
Communications Option Card
Monitor Option Card

Built-in Type (connected to connector)

Type

Name
MECHATROLINK-2
Interface

CC-Link
Interface

Analog Monitor

Digital Output

Model

Function

SI-T3

Used for running or stopping the R1000, setting or referencing parameters, and monitoring input current, output voltage, or similar
items through MECHATROLINK-2 communication with the host controller.

TOBPC73060050
SIEPC73060061

Used for running or stopping the R1000, setting or referencing parameters, and monitoring input current, input voltage, or similar
items through CC-Link communication with the host controller.

AO-A3

Outputs analog signal for monitoring the output state (input current,
input voltage etc.) of the R1000.
Output resolution: 11 bit signed (1/2048)
Output voltage: 0 to 10 Vdc (non-isolated)
Terminals: 2 analog outputs

TOBPC73060040

DO-A3

Outputs isolated type digital signal for monitoring the run state of the
R1000 (alarm signal, during run, etc.)
Terminals: 6 photocoupler outputs (48 V, 50 mA or less)
2 relay contact outputs ( 250 Vac, 1 A or less 30 Vdc,
1 A or less)

TOBPC73060041

Available
soon

Note: 1. Each communication option card requires a separate configuration file to link to the network.
2. The option cards are RoHS compliant.

18

Manual No.

The installed option adds 50 mm to


the total width of R1000.

Features
Model
200 V Class: PS-A10LB
400 V Class: PS-A10HB

Code No.
PS-A10LB
PS-A10HB

Applicable
Models
Standard
Specifications

Weight: 0.2 kg

Selecting the
Capacity

24
0
FE

Connection
Diagram

+24 V power supply


(UL-listed class 2)

CN19

Terminal
Functions

CN1

R1000

Dimensions

24 V power
supply option

Fully-Enclosed
Design

Connection Diagram

Options

50 mm

Application
Notes

Note: Even if a back-up power supply is used for the control circuit, the main circuit must still have power in order to change parameter settings.

Global Service
Network

The 24 V Power Supply Option maintains R1000 control circuit power in the event of a main power outage. The control circuit
keeps the network communications and I/O data operational in the event of a power outage. It supplies external power to the
control circuit only.

Application
Examples

24 V Power Supply

19

Options (continued)
LCD Operator
An LCD operator with a 6-digit display makes it easy to check the necessary information.
Includes a copy function for saving drive settings.

Dimensions (mm)
Mtg. hole, M3 2 screw ( depth 5)

12. 2 1.6

Code No.
100-041-022

15

90

78

Model
JVOP 180

7. 9

60

LCD operator

44
Communication cable connector

50 min.

Operator Extension Cable


Enables remote operation.
Model

Code No.

WV0011 m

WV001

WV0033 m

WV003

Note: Do not use this cable for connecting the


unit to a PC. Failure to comply may
cause damage to the PC.

LED operator (standard)


(JVOP-182)
LCD operator
extension cable

LCD operator
(JVOP-180)

Operator Mounting Bracket


This bracket is required to mount the LED or LCD operator outside an enclosure panel.
Item

Model

Code No.

Installation

Notes

M4 10
truss head
screw
M3 6
pan head
screw

EZZ020642A

For use with holes


through the panel

100-039-992

13.9

Installation
Support Set A

min.50

M4 nut
M3 6
pan head
screw

EZZ020642B

Installation
Support Set B

20

For use with panel


mounted threaded studs

100-039-993

13.9
min.50

Note: If weld studs are


on the back of
the panel, use
the Installation
Support Set B.

Features

USB Copy Unit (Model: JVOP-181)

Application
Examples

Copy parameter settings in a single step, and then transfer those settings to another R1000.
Connects to the RJ-45 port on the R1000 and to the USB port on a PC.

Connection

RJ-45 cable (1 m)

Applicable
Models

Communication port on R1000 (RJ-45)

LED (COM/ERR)
Copy key
Verify key
Read key

DriveWizard Plus

Standard
Specifications

RJ-45 port

Selecting the
Capacity

Lock key
USB port
USB cable (30 cm)

Code No.

Connecting to a PC
Note: 1. You can also use a commercially
available USB 2.0 cable (with A-B
connectors) for the USB cable.
2. No USB cable is needed to copy
parameters to other units.

Specifications
Item

Power Supply

Supplied from a PC or the R1000.

Operating System

Windows2000/XP

Memory

Memorizes the parameters for one R1000.


30W 80H 20Dmm
RJ-45 Cable (1 m), USB Cable (30 cm)

Dimensions
Accessories

Terminal
Functions

Port

Specifications
LAN (RJ-45) Connect to the R1000.
USB (Ver.2.0 compatible) Connect to the PC as required.

Connection
Diagram

100-038-281

Note: JVOP-181 is a set consisting of a USB copy unit, RJ-45 cable, and USB cable.

Dimensions

Model
JVOP-181

PC Cable
Cable used to connect R1000 to a PC with DriveWizard Plus or DriveWorksEZ installed.
Use a commercially available USB 2.0 cable (A-B connectors, 3 m max.).

Fully-Enclosed
Design

Note:1. Parameters can only be saved to the R1000 when the voltage class, capacity, control mode, and software version match.
2. Requires a driver for the USB copy unit JVOP-181. You can download the driver for free from Yaskawa s product and technical information website
(http://www.e-mechatronics.com).
3. Parameter copy function disabled when connected to a PC.

DriveWizard Plus

(max. 3 m)
Connecting to a PC
Note: You can also use the JVOP-181 copy
unit and cables as the USB cable.

Global Service
Network

Communication port
(USB)

Application
Notes

Options

Connection

Note: 1. DriveWizard Plus is a PC software package for managing parameters and functions in Yaskawa drives
and energy-saving units. You can download the driver for free from Yaskawa s product and technical
information website (http://www.e-mechatronics.com/en/).
2. Requires USB driver. You can download the driver for free from Yaskawa s product and technical
information website (http://www.e-mechatronics.com/en/).

21

Application Notes
Application Precautions
Installation of R1000 Standard Configuration Devices

You must install both R1000 and the R1000 standard


configuration devices.

Wiring

Yaskawa recommends using ring terminals on all


models. Use only the tools recommended by the
terminal manufacturer for crimping.

Replacing Previous Models

If the peripheral devices for previous models ( i.e.,


the VS -656 RC 5 ) are used with the R 1000 , power
coordinating reactors and current suppression reactors
can be used. However, use the R1000 exclusive model
for fuses and fuse holders.
Refer to installation instructions for details.

Use one R1000 for each drive. Never connect more

than one drive to one R1000.


Use an R1000 that has the same or a higher capacity

(load (HD) rating) than the drive.

Transporting and Installation


Do not steam clean R1000.
During transport, keep the unit from coming into

contact with salts, fluorine, bromine, phthalate esters,


and other such harmful chemicals.
Carry any standard configuration device or peripheral
device in a method suitable for the weight of the
device. If the devices are handled incorrectly, they
may fall and result in injury or device damage.

The R1000 cannot be used with a single-phase power

supply. Always use a three-phase power supply.

Do not connect the R1000 in parallel with any other

power regenerative unit.


Panel Installation

Install R1000 in a clean environment by either selecting


an area free of airborne oil mist, corrosive gas,
flammable gas, dust, and lint, or install R1000 in a fullyenclosed panel. If you install R 1000 in a panel,
determine cooling methods and panel dimensions so
that the ambient temperature of R1000 is within the
allowable temperature range. Do not install R1000 on
wood or other inflammable materials.

Peripheral Devices
Installation of Noise Filters

If you install an input noise filter on the drive, always


install it on the primary side of the power coordinating
reactor.
Wire Gauges and Wiring Distance

Installation Direction

Install R1000 upright on a wall.


Wiring Check

Do not short the output terminals or apply voltage to


output terminals ( U/T1, V/T2, W/T3) , because this can
cause serious damage to R1000.
Be sure to perform a careful check of all sequence wiring
and other connections before turning the power on. Make
sure there are no short circuits on the control terminals
(+V, AC, etc.), because this could damage R1000.
Inspection and Maintenance

Capacitors in R1000 do not immediately discharge


after shutting off the power. After shutting off the
power, wait at least the amount of time specified on the
unit before touching any components.
Failure to comply may result in injury to personnel from
electrical shock. Take proper precautions to prevent
burns, because the heatsink of R1000 can get very hot
during operation. When replacing the cooling fan, shut
off the power to R1000 and wait at least 15 minutes to
ensure that the heatsink has cooled down.

22

R1000 phase control can be unstable as a result of


voltage loss across a long cable running between the
power coordinating reactor and the power supply.
Make sure that appropriate wire gauge is used.
The optional LCD operator requires a dedicated cable
to connect to R1000. If an analog signal is sent via the
input terminals to operate R1000, make sure that the
cable between the analog operator and the drive is not
longer than 50 m, and that the cable is separated from
the main circuit wiring. Use reinforced main circuit and
reinforced relay sequence circuitry to prevent
inductance from surrounding devices.

8 9

Applicable
Models

6 7

14 Bangkok
Singapore

12 13

North
America

South
America
Europe

Service Area

Service Location

U.S.A.

Chicago (HQ)
Los Angeles
San Francisco
New Jersey
Boston
Ohio
North Carolina

Mexico

Mexico City

South America

S ao
Paulo

Colombia

Bogota

Europe,
South Africa

Frankfurt

Japan

Tokyo,
offices nationwide

Service Agency

1 YASKAWA AMERICA INC.

2 PILLAR MEXICANA. S.A. DE C.V.

3 YASKAWA ELTRICO DO BRASIL LTDA.

4 VARIADORES LTD.A.

5 YASKAWA EUROPE GmbH

6 YASKAWA ELECTRIC CORPORATION

(Manufacturing, sales)
7 YASKAWA ELECTRIC ENGINEERING CORPORATION

(After-sales service)
8 YASKAWA ELECTRIC KOREA CORPORATION

Asia

South Korea

Seoul

China

Beijing, Guangzhou,
Shanghai

Taiwan

Taipei

Singapore

Singapore

9 YASKAWA ENGINEERING KOREA CORPORATION

10 YASKAWA

ELECTRIC (CHINA) CO., LTD.

11 YASKAWA ELECTRIC TAIWAN CORPORATION

12 YASKAWA ELECTRIC (SINGAPORE) PTE. LTD.

Thailand

Oceania

Bangkok

India

Mumbai

Australia

Sydney (HQ)
Melbourne

13 YASKAWA

ENGINEERING ASIA-PACIFIC PTE. LTD.

14 YASKAWA ELECTRIC (THAILAND) CO., LTD.

Telephone/Fax

Headquarters
+1-847-887-7000
+1-847-887-7310
FAX

FAX
FAX
FAX
FAX
FAX
FAX
FAX
FAX
FAX
FAX
FAX
FAX
FAX

+52-555-660-5553
+52-555-651-5573
+55-11-3585-1100
+55-11-5581-8795
+57-1-428-4225
+57-1-428-2173
+49-6196-569-300
+49-6196-569-398
+81-3-5402-4502
+81-3-5402-4580
+81-4-2931-1810
+81-4-2931-1811
+82-2-784-7844
+82-2-784-8495
+82-2-3775-0337
+82-2-3775-0338
+86-21-5385-2200
+86-21-5385-3299
+886-2-2502-5003
+886-2-2505-1280
+65-6282-3003
+65-6289-3003
+65-6282-1601
+65-6382-3668
+66-2693-2200
+66-2693-4200

15 LARSEN & TOUBRO LIMITED

Headquarters
+91-22-67226200
+91-22-27782230
+91-22-27783032
FAX

16 ROBOTIC AUTOMATION PTY. LTD.

Headquarters
+61-2-9748-3788
+61-2-9748-3817
FAX

Connection
Diagram

Region

Terminal
Functions

16 Sydney
Melbourne

Selecting the
Capacity

Standard
Specifications

3 Sao Paulo

Dimensions

4 Bogota

Fully-Enclosed
Design

15 Mumbai

2 Mexico City

Tokyo

Options

Seoul

10 Shanghai
11 Taipei

Application
Notes

San Francisco
Los Angeles

Boston
New Jersey
Ohio
North Carolina

Global Service
Network

5 Frankfurt
1
Chicago

Application
Examples

Features

Global Service Network

23

R1000
DRIVE CENTER (INVERTER PLANT)
2-13-1, Nishimiyaichi, Yukuhashi, Fukuoka, 824-8511, Japan
Phone 81-930-25-3844 Fax 81-930-25-4369
http://www.yaskawa.co.jp

YASKAWA ELECTRIC CORPORATION


New Pier Takeshiba South Tower, 1-16-1, Kaigan, Minatoku, Tokyo, 105-6891, Japan
Phone 81-3-5402-4502 Fax 81-3-5402-4580
http://www.yaskawa.co.jp

YASKAWA AMERICA, INC.


2121 Norman Drive South, Waukegan, IL 60085, U.S.A.
Phone 1-800-YASKAWA (927-5292) or 1-847-887-7000 Fax 1-847-887-7310
http://www.yaskawa.com

YASKAWA ELTRICO DO BRASIL LTDA.


Avenida Piraporinha 777, Diadema, So Paulo, 09950-000, Brazil
Phone 55-11-3585-1100 Fax 55-11-3585-1187
http://www.yaskawa.com.br

YASKAWA EUROPE GmbH


Hauptstrasse 185, 65760 Eschborn, Germany
Phone 49-6196-569-300 Fax 49-6196-569-398
http://www.yaskawa.eu.com

YASKAWA ELECTRIC UK LTD.


1 Hunt Hill Orchardton Woods, Cumbernauld, G68 9LF, United Kingdom
Phone 44-1236-735000 Fax 44-1236-458182
http://www.yaskawa.co.uk

YASKAWA ELECTRIC KOREA CORPORATION

9F, Kyobo Securities Bldg., 26-4, Yeouido-dong, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul, 150-737, Korea
Phone 82-2-784-7844 Fax 82-2-784-8495
http://www.yaskawa.co.kr

YASKAWA ELECTRIC (SINGAPORE) PTE. LTD.


151 Lorong Chuan, #04-02A, New Tech Park 556741, Singapore
Phone 65-6282-3003 Fax 65-6289-3003
http://www.yaskawa.com.sg

YASKAWA ELECTRIC (CHINA) CO., LTD.


12F, Carlton Bldg., No.21 HuangHe Road, HuangPu District, Shanghai 200003, China
Phone 86-21-5385-2200 Fax 86-21-5385-3299
http://www.yaskawa.com.cn

YASKAWA ELECTRIC (CHINA) CO., LTD. BEIJING OFFICE


Room 1011, Tower W3 Oriental Plaza, No.1 East Chang An Ave.,
Dong Cheng District, Beijing, 100738, China
Phone 86-10-8518-4086 Fax 86-10-8518-4082

YASKAWA ELECTRIC TAIWAN CORPORATION


9F, 16, Nanking E. Rd., Sec. 3, Taipei, 104, Taiwan
Phone 886-2-2502-5003 Fax 886-2-2505-1280
http://www.yaskawa-taiwan.com.tw

YASKAWA INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED

#17/A Electronics City, Hosur Road Bangalore 560 100 (Karnataka), India
Phone 91-80-4244-1900 Fax 91-80-4244-1901
http://www.yaskawaindia.in

YASKAWA ELECTRIC CORPORATION

In the event that the end user of this product is to be the military and said product is to be
employed in any weapons systems or the manufacture thereof, the export will fall under
the relevant regulations as stipulated in the Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade
Regulations. Therefore, be sure to follow all procedures and submit all relevant
documentation according to any and all rules, regulations and laws that may apply.
LITERATURE NO. KAEP C710656
Specifications are subject to change without notice
for ongoing product modifications and improvements.
Published in Japan October 2013 13-9
13-4-12
2013 YASKAWA ELECTRIC CORPORATION. All rights reserved.

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