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YASKAWA AC Drive 1000-Series Option

EtherNet/IP

Technical Manual
Type: SI-EN3D

To properly use the product, read this manual thoroughly and retain
for easy reference, inspection, and maintenance. Ensure the end user
receives this manual.

MANUAL NO. SIEP YAICOM 16A

Copyright 2014 YASKAWA AMERICA, INC. All rights reserved.


No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means,
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liability is assumed with respect to the use of the information contained herein. Moreover, because Yaskawa is constantly
striving to improve its high-quality products, the information contained in this manual is subject to change without notice.
Every precaution has been taken in the preparation of this manual. Yaskawa assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions.
Neither is any liability assumed for damages resulting from the use of the information contained in this publication.

Table of Contents
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

PREFACE AND SAFETY.........................................................................................4


PRODUCT OVERVIEW............................................................................................7
RECEIVING..............................................................................................................8
OPTION COMPONENTS..........................................................................................9
INSTALLATION PROCEDURE..............................................................................11
RELATED DRIVE PARAMETERS.........................................................................17
CONFIGURING MESSAGING................................................................................20
OUTPUT ASSEMBLIES (DRIVE CONSUMES).....................................................21
INPUT ASSEMBLIES (DRIVE PRODUCES).........................................................29
GENERAL CLASS OBJECTS...............................................................................40
VENDOR-SPECIFIC (YASKAWA) CLASS OBJECTS..........................................50
WEB INTERFACE..................................................................................................52
TROUBLESHOOTING............................................................................................59
SPECIFICATIONS..................................................................................................63

YASKAWA SIEP YAICOM 16A 1000-Series Option Dual-Port EtherNet/IP SI-EN3D Technical Manual

1 Preface and Safety

Preface and Safety

Yaskawa manufactures products used as components in a wide variety of industrial systems and equipment. The selection and
application of Yaskawa products remain the responsibility of the equipment manufacturer or end user. Yaskawa accepts no
responsibility for the way its products are incorporated into the final system design. Under no circumstances should any
Yaskawa product be incorporated into any product or design as the exclusive or sole safety control. Without exception, all
controls should be designed to detect faults dynamically and fail safely under all circumstances. All systems or equipment
designed to incorporate a product manufactured by Yaskawa must be supplied to the end user with appropriate warnings and
instructions as to the safe use and operation of that part. Any warnings provided by Yaskawa must be promptly provided to
the end user. Yaskawa offers an express warranty only as to the quality of its products in conforming to standards and
specifications published in the Yaskawa manual. NO OTHER WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, IS OFFERED.
Yaskawa assumes no liability for any personal injury, property damage, losses, or claims arising from misapplication of its
products.

u Applicable Documentation
The following manuals are available for the SI-EN3D option:
Yaskawa AC Drive 1000-Series Option SI-EN3D Dual-Port EtherNet/IP Installation Manual (TOEPYAICOM16)
The Installation Manual contains information required to install the option and set up related drive parameters.
Yaskawa AC Drive 1000-Series Option SI-EN3D Dual-Port EtherNet/IP Technical Manual (SIEPYAICOM16)
The Technical Manual contains detailed information about the option. In the U.S., access http://www.yaskawa.com
to obtain the Technical Manual. Customers in other areas should contact a Yaskawa representative.
1000-Series AC Drive Safety Precautions
Read this manual first. This manual contains essential safety information and simplified information for the drive.
This document also provides basic instructions on mechanical installation, a connection diagram, main circuit and
control circuit connections, switch and jumper configuration, basic troubleshooting, standards compliance and
fusing, drive specifications, and an abbreviated parameter list.
1000-Series AC Drive Quick Start Guide
This guide contains basic information required to install and wire the drive. It also gives an overview of fault
diagnostics, maintenance, and parameter settings. The purpose of this guide is to prepare the drive for a trial run
with an application and for basic operation. This manual is available for download on our documentation website,
www.yaskawa.com.
1000-Series AC Drive Technical Manual
This manual provides detailed information on parameter settings, drive functions, and MEMOBUS/Modbus
specifications. Use this manual to expand drive functionality and to take advantage of higher performance features.
This manual is available for download on our documentation website, www.yaskawa.com.

u Terms
Note: Indicates supplemental information that is not related to safety messages.
Drive: Yaskawa 1000-Series AC Drive
Option: Yaskawa AC Drive 1000-Series SI-EN3D Dual-Port EtherNet/IP Option

u Registered Trademarks
EtherNet/IP is a trademark of the ODVA.
All trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

u Supplemental Safety Information


Read and understand this manual before installing, operating, or servicing this option. The option must be installed according
to this manual and local codes.
The following conventions are used to indicate safety messages in this manual. Failure to heed these messages could result in
serious or possibly even fatal injury or damage to the products or to related equipment and systems.

DANGER
Indicates a hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.
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WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
WARNING! may also be indicated by a bold key word embedded in the text followed by an italicized safety message.

CAUTION
Indicates a hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury.
CAUTION! may also be indicated by a bold key word embedded in the text followed by an italicized safety message.

NOTICE
Indicates a property damage message.
NOTICE: may also be indicated by a bold key word embedded in the text followed by an italicized safety message.

n General Safety

General Precautions
The diagrams in this manual may be indicated without covers or safety shields to show details. Replace the covers or shields before
operating the drive and run the drive according to the instructions described in this manual.
Any illustrations, photographs, or examples used in this manual are provided as examples only and may not apply to all products to
which this manual is applicable.
The products and specifications described in this manual or the content and presentation of the manual may be changed without notice
to improve the product and/or the manual.
When ordering a new copy of the manual due to damage or loss, contact your Yaskawa representative or the nearest Yaskawa sales
office and provide the manual number shown on the front cover.
If nameplate becomes worn or damaged, order a replacement from your Yaskawa representative or the nearest Yaskawa sales office.

DANGER
Heed the safety messages in this manual.
Failure to comply will result in death or serious injury.
The operating company is responsible for any injuries or equipment damage resulting from failure to heed the warnings in
this manual.

Electrical Shock Hazard


Do not connect or disconnect wiring while the power is on.
Failure to comply will result in death or serious injury.
Failure to comply will result in death or serious injury. Before servicing, disconnect all power to the equipment. The internal
capacitor remains charged even after the power supply is turned off. The charge indicator LED will extinguish when the DC
bus voltage is below 50 Vdc. To prevent electric shock, wait for at least the time specified on the warning label once all
indicators are OFF, and then measure the DC bus voltage level to confirm it has reached a safe level.

NOTICE
Observe proper electrostatic discharge procedures (ESD) when handling the drive and circuit boards.
Failure to comply may result in ESD damage to the drive circuitry.
Do not perform a withstand voltage test on any part of the drive.
Failure to comply could result in damage to the sensitive devices within the drive.
Do not operate damaged equipment.
Failure to comply could result in further damage to the equipment.
Do not connect or operate any equipment with visible damage or missing parts.

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NOTICE
Do not expose the drive to halogen group disinfectants.
Failure to comply may cause damage to the electrical components in the drive.
Do not pack the drive in wooden materials that have been fumigated or sterilized.
Do not sterilize the entire package after the product is packed.

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2 Product Overview

Product Overview

u About this Product


The option provides a communications connection between the drive and an ODVA EtherNet/IP network. The option connects
the drive to an EtherNet/IP network and facilitates the exchange of data.
This manual explains the handling, installation and specifications of this product.
EtherNet/IP is a communications link to connect industrial devices (such as smart motor controllers, operator interfaces, and
variable frequency drives) as well as control devices (such as programmable controllers and computers) to a network. EtherNet/
IP is a simple, networking solution that reduces the cost and time to wire and install factory automation devices, while providing
interchangeability of like components from multiple vendors.
EtherNet/IP is an open device network standard.
By installing the option to a drive, it is possible to do the following from an EtherNet/IP master device:
Operate the drive
Monitor drive status
Change drive parameter settings.

u Applicable Models
The option can be used with the drive models in Table 1.
Table 1 Applicable Models
Drive Series

Drive Model Number


CIMR-Ao2Aoooo

A1000

CIMR-Ao4A0002o to 4A0675o
CIMR-Ao4A0930 and 4A1200
CIMR-Ao5Aoooo

Software Version <1>


1010 and later
301o
504o; 1017 and later

<1> See PRG on the drive nameplate for the software version number.

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3 Receiving

Receiving

Please perform the following tasks upon receipt of the option:


Inspect the option for damage. Contact the shipper immediately if the option appears damaged upon receipt.
Verify receipt of the correct model by checking the model number printed on the name plate of the option package.
Contact your supplier if you have received the wrong model or the option does not function properly.

u Option Package Contents


Description

Option

Ground Wire

Screws (M3)

LED Label

NS

Quantity

MS

Installation Manual
MANUAL

u Tools Required for Installation


A Phillips screwdriver (M3 metric or #1, #2 U.S. standard) is required to install the option and remove drive front covers.
Screw sizes vary by drive capacity. Select a screwdriver appropriate for the drive capacity.
Diagonal cutting pliers. (required for some drive models)
A small file or medium grit sandpaper. (required for some drive models)
Note:

Tools required to prepare the option cables for wiring are not listed in this manual.

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4 Option Components

Option Components

u SI-EN3D Dual-Port EtherNet/IP Option


H
G
E
D

K
L

B
A

Underside

A Ground terminal and installation


hole <1>
B Port 2 LED (10/100) <2>
C Port 2
D Port 2 LED (LINK/ACT) <2>
E Port 1 LED (10/100) <2>
F Port 1
G Port 1 LED (LINK/ACT) <2>

H EtherNet/IP cable connector


I Option connector
J Installation hole
K LED (MS) <2>
L LED (NS) <2>
M EtherNet/IP PCB

Figure 1 Option Components


<1> The ground wire is packaged loose in the option shipping package. Connect this ground wire during installation.
<2> Refer to Option LED Display on page 10 for details on the LEDs.

u Communication Connector CN1


The communication connector on the option is a modular RJ45 female connector designated CN1.
CN1 is the connection point for a customer-supplied male Ethernet network communication cable.
Table 2 Male, 8-Way Ethernet Modular Connector (Customer-Supplied)
Male Ethernet 8-Way Modular Connector

123

456

78

Latch release

Pin

Description

1 (Pair 2)
2 (Pair 2)
3 (Pair 3)

Transmit data (TXD) +


Transmit data (TXD) Receive data (RXD) +

4 (Pair 1)

Not used <1>

5 (Pair 1)
6 (Pair 3)

Not used <1>


Receive data (RXD) -

7 (Pair 4)

Not used <1>

8 (Pair 4)

Not used <1>

<1> Not used for 10 Mbps and 100 Mbps networks.

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4 Option Components

u Option LED Display


The option has four LEDs.
Bi-color Status LEDs:
Module status (MS) red/green
Network status (NS) red/green
Ethernet LEDs:
Network speed - 10/100 (MS) green
Link status and network activity - LINK/ACT (NS) red/green
The operational states of the option LEDs after completion of the power-up diagnostic LED sequence are described in Table
3. Wait at least 2 seconds for the power-up diagnostic process to complete before verifying LED states.
Table 3 Option LED States
Display

Name

Color

MS

NS

10/100 <1>

LINK/ACT <1>

Operating Status

Status

Remarks

OFF

Power supply OFF

Power is not being supplied to the drive.

Green

ON

Normal operation

Green

Flashing

Standby/Initializing

Red

Flashing

Non-fatal error occurred

Red
Green/Red

ON
Flashing
OFF

Green

ON

Green
Red
Red
Green/Red
Green
Green
Green
Green

Flashing
Flashing
ON
Flashing
OFF
ON
OFF
ON

Green

Flashing

Fatal error occurred


Option self-test
Power supply OFF
Online communications
established
Not connected
Minor fault
Major fault
Option self-test
10 Mbps is established
100 Mbps is established
LINK is not established
LINK is established
LINK is established and there is
network activity.

The option is operating normally and initialization is


complete.
The option is in process of configuring or waiting for
configuration information.
The option has detected a recoverable minor fault such
as incomplete configuration.
The option has detected an unrecoverable major fault.
The option is in self-test mode.

The option is online and has established connections.


The option is online without an established connection.
A minor recoverable fault has occurred.
The option detected a duplicate IP address.
The option is in self-test mode.

<1> Remove the cover to check the status of the LED. Be careful not to touch the main circuit terminals or the control board in the drive.

n Power-Up Diagnostics
An LED test is performed each time the drive is powered up. The initial boot sequence may take several seconds. After the
LEDs have completed the diagnostic LED sequence, the option is successfully initialized. The LEDs then assume operational
conditions as shown in Table 3.
Table 4 Power-Up Diagnostic LED Sequence

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Sequence
1

Module Status (MS)


Green

Network Status (NS)


OFF

Time (ms)
250

Red

OFF

250

3
4
5
6

Green
Green
Green
Green

OFF
Green
Red
OFF

250
250

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5 Installation Procedure

Installation Procedure

u Section Safety
DANGER
Electrical Shock Hazard
Do not connect or disconnect wiring while the power is on.
Failure to comply will result in death or serious injury.
Disconnect all power to the drive and wait at least the amount of time specified on the drive front cover safety label. After
all indicators are off, measure the DC bus voltage to confirm safe level, and check for unsafe voltages before servicing. The
internal capacitor remains charged after the power supply is turned off.

WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Do not remove the front covers of the drive while the power is on.
Failure to comply could result in death or serious injury.
The diagrams in this section may include options and drives without covers or safety shields to show details. Be sure to
reinstall covers or shields before operating any devices. The option should be used according to the instructions described
in this manual.
Do not allow unqualified personnel to use equipment.
Failure to comply could result in death or serious injury.
Maintenance, inspection, and replacement of parts must be performed only by authorized personnel familiar with installation,
adjustment, and maintenance of this product.
Do not touch circuit boards while the power is on.
Failure to comply could result in death or serious injury.
Do not use damaged wires, stress the wiring, or damage the wire insulation.
Failure to comply could result in death or serious injury.
Do not use damaged wires, place excessive stress on wiring, or damage the wire insulation.
Failure to comply could result in death or serious injury.

Fire Hazard
Tighten all terminal screws to the specified tightening torque.
Loose electrical connections could result in death or serious injury by fire due to overheating of electrical connections.

NOTICE
Observe proper electrostatic discharge procedures (ESD) when handling the drive and circuit boards.
Failure to comply may result in ESD damage to the drive circuitry.
Never shut the power off while the drive is outputting voltage.
Failure to comply may cause the application to operate incorrectly or damage the drive.
Do not operate damaged equipment.
Failure to comply may cause further damage to the equipment.
Do not connect or operate any equipment with visible damage or missing parts.
Do not use unshielded cable for control wiring.
Failure to comply may cause electrical interference resulting in poor system performance.
Use shielded twisted-pair wires and ground the shield to the ground terminal of the drive.

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NOTICE
Properly connect all pins and connectors.
Failure to comply may prevent proper operation and possibly damage equipment.
Check wiring to ensure that all connections are correct after installing the option and connecting any other devices.
Failure to comply could result in damage to the option.

u Prior to Installing the Option


Prior to installing the option, wire the drive, make necessary connections to the drive terminals, and verify that the drive
functions normally without the option installed. Refer to the drive Quick Start Guide for information on wiring and connecting
the drive.
Figure 2 shows an exploded view of the drive with the option and related components for reference.
I
J
K

L
B

NS
G

MS

E
D

A Drive front cover


B Digital operator
C LED label
D Drive terminal cover
E Removable tabs for wire routing
F Included screws
G Ground wire

H Drive grounding terminal (FE)


I Connector CN5-C
J Connector CN5-B
K Connector CN5-A
L Insertion point for CN5 connector
M Option

Figure 2 Drive Components with Option

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5 Installation Procedure

u Installing the Option


Remove the front covers of the drive before installing the option. Refer to the drive Quick Start Guide for directions on
removing the front covers. Cover removal varies depending on drive size. This option can only be inserted into the CN5-A
connector located on the drive control board.
DANGER! DANGER! Electrical Shock Hazard. Do not connect or disconnect wiring while the power is on. Failure to comply could result in
death or serious injury. Before installing the option, disconnect all power to the drive and wait at least the amount of time specified on the
drive front cover safety label. After all indicators are off, measure the DC bus voltage to confirm safe level, and check for unsafe voltages
before servicing. The internal capacitor remains charged after the power supply is turned off.

1.

Shut off power to the drive, wait the appropriate amount of time for voltage to dissipate, then remove the digital operator
(B) and front covers (A, D). Front cover removal varies by model.
NOTICE: Damage to Equipment. Observe proper electrostatic discharge procedures (ESD) when handling the option, drive, and
circuit boards. Failure to comply may result in ESD damage to circuitry.

Figure 3 Remove the Front Covers and Digital Operator

2.

With the front covers and digital operator removed, apply the LED label (C) in the appropriate position on the drive
top front cover (A).

NS

MS

Figure 4 Apply the LED Label

3.

Make sure the screws on the left and right sides of the option terminal block (J) are tightened with a tightening torque
of 0.5 to 0.6 Nm (4.4 to 5.3 in lbs), then insert the option (B) into the CN5-A connector (L) located on the drive and
fasten it using one of the included screws (H).

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F
NS
TX

MS
RX

Figure 5 Insert the Option

4.

Connect the ground wire (I) to the ground terminal (K) using one of the remaining provided screws (H). Connect the
other end of the ground wire (I) to the remaining ground terminal and installation hole on the option (B) using the last
remaining provided screw (H) and tighten both screws to 0.5 to 0.6 Nm (4.4 to 5.3 in lbs).

H
NS
TX

MS
RX

Figure 6 Connect the Ground Wire


Note:

5.

There are two screw holes on the drive for use as ground terminals. When connecting three options, two ground wires will need
to share the same drive ground terminal.

Route the option wiring.


Depending on the drive model, some drives may require routing the wiring through the side of the front cover to the
outside to provide adequate space for the wiring. Refer to the Peripheral Devices & Options section of the drive Quick
Start Guide or Technical Manual for more information on wire routing of specific models.
Route the wiring through the side of the front cover to the outside. In these cases, using diagonal cutting pliers, cut
out the perforated openings on the left side of the drive front cover as shown in Figure 7-A. Use a file or sandpaper
to make the sharp edges along the cutout smoother to prevent any damage to the wires. Route the wiring inside the
enclosure as shown in Figure 7-B for drives that do not require routing through the front cover.

Note:

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Separate communication cables from main circuit wiring and other electrical lines.

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A Route wires through the openings


provided on the left side of the front
cover. <1>

B Use the open space provided


inside the drive to route option
wiring.

Figure 7 Wire Routing Examples


<1> The drive will not meet NEMA Type 1 requirements if wiring is exposed outside the enclosure.

6.

Connect the Ethernet communication cable to the option modular connector (CN1) port 1.
To connect the option to a network, firmly connect RJ45 8-pin shielded twisted pair Cat5e cable(s) into the modular
connector ports (see Figure 7).
IGMP Snooping
Switches implementing IGMP Snooping are strongly recommended. When IGMP Snooping is used, devices will only
receive the multicast packets in which they are interested.
Communication Cable Specifications
Only use cable recommended for EtherNet/Industrial Protocol (EtherNet/IP). Using a cable not specifically
recommended may cause the option or drive to malfunction. Refer to the ODVA website for more information on
network cabling (http://www.odva.org).
The dual RJ45 network ports on the option board act as a switch to allow for flexibility in cabling topology. For example,
a traditional star network topology may be employed by using a single port on the option board. Alternatively, a daisychained approach may be employed by using both RJ45 ports. The daisy-chained approach reduces the requirements
of central switch ports. A ring topology is also possible.
Star Topology

Yaskawa
Drive

Yaskawa
Drive

Daisy-Chained Topology

Yaskawa
Drive

Yaskawa
Drive

Yaskawa
Drive

Yaskawa
Drive

Ring Topology

Yaskawa
Drive

Yaskawa
Drive

Yaskawa
Drive

Figure 8 Topology Options

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R/L1
S/L2
T/L3

Power

U/T1
V/T2
W/T3

M Motor

Drive
<1>
SI-EN3D
EtherNet/IP
Option

FE

EtherNet/IP Cable

EtherNet/IP Cable

Figure 9 Option Connection Diagram

7.
8.

Use the second communication cable port to daisy chain a series of drives where applicable.
Replace and secure the front covers of the drive (A, D) and replace the digital operator (B).

NS
TX

MS
RX

Figure 10 Replace the Front Covers and Digital Operator


Note:

9.

Take proper precautions when wiring the option so that the front covers will easily fit back onto the drive. Make sure no cables
are pinched between the front covers and the drive when replacing the covers.

Set drive parameters in Table 5 for proper option performance.

u EDS Files
For easy network implementation of drives equipped with the option, an EDS file can be obtained from:
U.S.: http://www.yaskawa.com
Europe: http://www.yaskawa.eu.com
Japan: http://www.e-mechatronics.com
Other areas: Contact a Yaskawa representative.
Note:

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Download the option EDS file. The option will not function as a slave in the network without the appropriate EDS file.

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6 Related Drive Parameters

Related Drive Parameters

The following parameters are used to set up the drive for operation with the option. Parameter setting instructions can be found
in the drive manual.
Confirm proper setting of the parameters in Table 5 before starting network communications. After changing parameter
settings, cycle power to the drive for the new settings to take effect.
Table 5 Related Parameters
No.
(Addr.
Hex)
b1-01
(0180)
<1>

b1-02
(0181)
<1>

Name

Description

0: Digital operator
Analog input terminals
Frequency Reference Selection 1:
2: MEMOBUS/Modbus communications
1
3: Option PCB
4: Pulse input (terminal RP)
0: Digital operator
Run Command
1: Digital input terminals
Selection 1
2: MEMOBUS/Modbus communications
3: Option PCB

Values

Default: 1
Range: 0 to 4

Default: 1
Range: 0 to 3

F6-01
(03A2)

Communications Error
Operation Selection

0: Ramp to stop. Decelerate to stop using the deceleration time in C1-02.


1: Coast to stop
2: Fast Stop. Decelerate to stop using the deceleration time in C1-09.
3: Alarm only <2>

Default: 1
Range: 0 to 3

F6-02
(03A3)

External Fault from Comm.


Option Detection Selection

1: Detection during run only

Default: 0
Range: 0, 1

F6-03
(03A4)

External Fault from Comm.


Option Operation Selection

0: Ramp to stop. Decelerate to stop using the deceleration time in C1-02.


1: Coast to stop
2: Fast Stop. Decelerate to stop using the deceleration time in C1-09.
3: Alarm only <2>

Default: 1
Range: 0 to 3

F6-06
(03A7)

Torque Reference/Torque
Limit Selection from Comm.
Option

0: Disabled. Torque reference/limit from option board disabled.


1: Enabled. Torque reference/limit from option board enabled. <4>

Default: 0
Range: 0, 1

F6-07
(03A8)

Multi-Step Speed Enable/


Disable Selection when
NefRef/ComRef is Selected

0: Multi-step reference disabled (same as F7)


1: Multi-step reference enabled (same as V7)

Default: 0
Range: 0, 1

<3>

F6-14
(03BB)

bUS Error Auto Reset

0: Communication-related parameters (F6-oo/F7-oo) are not reset when


the drive is initialized using A1-03.
1: Reset all communication-related parameters
(F6-oo/F7-oo) when the drive is initialized using A1-03.
0: Disabled
1: Enabled

F7-01
(03E5)

IP Address 1

Sets the most significant octet of network static IP address.

Default: 192
Range: 0 to 255

F7-02
(03E6)

IP Address 2

Sets the second most significant octet of network static IP address.

Default: 168
Range: 0 to 255

F7-03
(03E7)

IP Address 3

Sets the third most significant octet of network static IP address.

Default: 1
Range: 0 to 255

F7-04
(03E8)

IP Address 4

Sets the fourth most significant octet of network static IP address.

Default: 20
Range: 0 to 255

Subnet Mask 1

Sets the most significant octet of network static Subnet Mask.

Subnet Mask 2

Sets the second most significant octet of network static Subnet Mask.

Subnet Mask 3

Sets the third most significant octet of network static Subnet Mask.

Subnet Mask 4

Sets the fourth most significant octet of network static Subnet Mask.

Default: 255
Range: 0 to 255
Default: 255
Range: 0 to 255
Default: 255
Range: 0 to 255
Default: 0
Range: 0 to 255

F6-08
(036A)
<5>

<6>

<6>

<6>

<6>

F7-05
(03E9)
F7-06
(03EA)
F7-07
(03EB)
F7-08
(03EC)

Reset Communication
Parameters

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Default: 0
Range: 0, 1
Default: 0
Range: 0, 1

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6 Related Drive Parameters


No.
(Addr.
Hex)
F7-09
(03ED)
F7-10
(03EE)
F7-11
(03EF)
F7-12
(03E0)
F7-13
(03F1)

Name

Description

Gateway Address 1

Sets the most significant octet of network Gateway address.

Gateway Address 2

Sets the second most significant octet of network Gateway address.

Gateway Address 3

Sets the third most significant octet of network Gateway address.

Gateway Address 4

Sets the fourth most significant octet of network Gateway address.

Address Mode at Startup

Select the option address setting method


0: Static <7>
1: BOOTP
2: DHCP

F7-16
(03F4)

Selects duplex mode setting.


0: Half duplex forced <8>
1: Auto-negotiate duplex mode and communication speed
2: Full duplex forced <8>
3: Half (port 1)/Auto (port 2)
Duplex Mode Selection
4: Half (Port 1)/Full (port 2)
5: Auto (port 1)/Half (port 2)
6: Auto (port 1)/Full (port 2)
7: Full (port 1)/Half (port 2)
8: Full (port 1)/Auto (port 2)
Sets the communication speed
10: 10 Mbps
Communication Speed
100: 100 Mbps
Selection
101: 10 (Port 1)/100 Mbps (port 2)
102: 100 (Port 1)/10 Mbps (port 2)
Sets the timeout value for communication loss detection in tenths of a second.
Communication Loss Timeout A value of 0 disables the connection timeout.
Example: An entered value of 100 represents 10.0 seconds.

F7-17
(03F5)

EtherNet/IP Speed Scaling


Factor

Sets the scaling factor for the speed monitor in EtherNet/IP Class ID 2AH
Object.

F7-18
(03F6)

EtherNet/IP Current Scaling


Factor

Sets the scaling factor for the output current monitor in EtherNet/IP Class ID
2AH Object.

F7-19
(03F7)

EtherNet/IP Torque Scaling


Factor

Sets the scaling factor for the torque monitor in EtherNet/IP Class ID 2AH
Object.

F7-20
(03F8)

EtherNet/IP Power Scaling


Factor

Sets the scaling factor for the power monitor in EtherNet/IP Class ID 2AH
Object.

F7-21
(03F9)

EtherNet/IP Voltage Scaling


Factor

Sets the scaling factor for the voltage monitor in EtherNet/IP Class ID 2AH
Object.

F7-22
(03FA)

EtherNet/IP Time Scaling

Sets the scaling factor for the time monitor in EtherNet/IP Class ID 2AH
Object.

F7-14
(03F2)

F7-15
(03F3)

F7-23 to
F7-32
(03FB to
0374)

Dynamic Output Assembly


Parameters

F7-33 to
F7-42
(0375 to
037E)

Dynamic Input Assembly


Parameters

Values
Default: 192
Range: 0 to 255
Default: 168
Range: 0 to 255
Default: 1
Range: 0 to 255
Default: 1
Range: 0 to 255
Default: 2
Range: 0 to 2

Default: 1
Range: 0 to 8 <9>

Default: 10
Range: 10; 100 to 102 <10>
Default: 0.0
Min.: 0.0
Max.: 30.0
Default: 0
Min.: -15
Max.: 15
Default: 0
Min.: -15
Max.: 15
Default: 0
Min.: -15
Max.: 15
Default: 0
Min.: -15
Max.: 15
Default: 0
Min.: -15
Max.: 15
Default: 0
Min.: -15
Max.: 15

Parameters used in Output Assembly 116. Each parameter contains a


MEMOBUS/Modbus address. The value received for Output Assembly 116
will be written to this corresponding MEMOBUS/Modbus address. A
MEMOBUS/Modbus address value of 0 means that the value received for Default: 0
Output Assembly 116 will not be written to any MEMOBUS/Modbus
register.
Parameters used in Input Assembly 166. Each parameter contains a
MEMOBUS/Modbus address. The value sent for Input Assembly 166 will
be read from this corresponding MEMOBUS/Modbus address. A
MEMOBUS/Modbus address value of 0 means that the value sent for Input Default: 0
Assembly 166 is not defined by the user, therefore the option default register
value will be returned.

<1> To start and stop the drive with the EtherNet/IP master device using serial communications, set b1-02 to 3 or set the Net Control bit in the
assemblies or Control Supervisor Object. To control the drive frequency reference of the drive via the master device, set b1-01 to 3 or set the Net
Reference bit in the assemblies or AC/DC Object.
<2> When set to 3, the drive will continue to operate when a fault is detected. Take safety measures, such as installing an emergency stop switch.
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<3> Enabled in CLV, AOLV/PM, and CLV/PM control modes (A1-02 = 3, 6, or 7). When enabled, d5-01 determines whether the value is read as the
Torque Limit value (d5-01 = 0) or read as the Torque Reference value (d5-01 = 1). In CLV/PM, this value is read as the Torque Limit.
<4> The setting specifies that the Torque Reference or Torque Limit is to be provided via network communications (F6-06 = 1). The motor may rotate
if no torque reference or Torque Limit is supplied from the PLC.
<5> Parameter setting value is not reset to the default value when the drive is initialized.
<6> Cycle power for setting changes to take effect.
<7> When F7-13 is set to 0, parameters F7-01 to F7-12 must be set, and all IP Addresses (as defined with parameters F7-01 to F7-04) must be unique.
<8> When F7-14 is set to 0 or 2, parameter F7-15 must be set.
<9> Setting range differs depending on drive software version. PRG: 1020 and earlier, Range: 0 to 2
PRG: 1021 and later, Range: 0 to 8
<10> Setting range differs depending on drive software version. PRG: 1020 and earlier, Range: 10, 100
PRG: 1021 and later, Range: 10; 100 to 102
Table 6 Option Monitors
No.
Name
U6-80 to Online IP Address
U6-83

Description

Value Range

IP Address currently available; U6-80 is the most significant octet

0 to 255

U6-84 to Online Subnet


U6-87

Subnet currently available; U6-84 is the most significant octet

0 to 255

U6-88 to Online Gateway


U6-91

Gateway currently available; U6-88 is the most significant octet

0 to 255

U6-92

Online Speed

Link Speed

10: 10 Mbps
100: 100 Mbps

U6-93
U6-94

Online Duplex
Port 2 Duplex

Duplex Setting
Port 2 Duplex Setting

U6-95

Port 2 Speed

Port 2 Link Speed

0: Half, 1: Full
0: Half, 1: Full
10: 10 Mbps
100: 100 Mbps

U6-98
U6-99

First Fault
Current Fault

First Option Fault


Current Option Fault

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7 Configuring Messaging

Configuring Messaging

This section provides information on methods used to control the drive with the option installed.

u Drive Polled Configuration


The assemblies in Table 7 are available for polled I/O:
Table 7 Supported Polled I/O Assemblies
Assembly
Number (Hex)
20 (14)
21 (15)
22 (16)
23 (17)
70 (46)
71 (47)
72 (48)
73 (49)
100 (64)
101 (65)
115 (73)
116 (74)
150 (96)
151 (97)
155 (9B)
166 (A6)

20

Description

Type

Bytes

Page

Basic Speed Control Output


Extended Speed Control Output
Speed and Torque Control Output
Extended Speed and Torque Control Output
Basic Speed Control Input
Extended Speed Control Input
Speed and Torque Control Input
Extended Speed and Torque Control Input
(Vendor Specific Yaskawa Electric (YE) Assy)-MEMOBUS/Modbus Message
Output
(Vendor Specific Yaskawa Electric (YE) Assy)-Speed/Torque Control Output
(Vendor Specific Yaskawa Electric (YE) Assy)-Extended Speed/Torque Control
Output
(Vendor Specific Yaskawa Electric (YE) Assy)-High Speed/Torque Control Output
(Vendor Specific Yaskawa Electric (YE) Assy)-MEMOBUS/Modbus Message
Input
(Vendor Specific Yaskawa Electric (YE) Assy)-Speed/Torque Status Input
(Vendor Specific Yaskawa Electric (YE) Assy)- Extended Speed/ Torque Status
Input
(Vendor Specific Yaskawa Electric (YE) Assy)-High Speed/Torque Status Input

Output
Output
Output
Output
Input
Input
Input
Input

4
4
6
6
4
4
6
6

21
21
22
22
29
29
30
30

Output

23

Output

23

Output

40

25

Output

44

26

Input

31

Input

32

Input

40

33

Input

44

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Output Assemblies (Drive Consumes)


Note:

The convention in this manual is from the PLC perspective. As such, an assembly is called an Output Assembly when outputted from the
PLC and received by this node. This section details Output Assemblies that are Consumed by this drive.

u Basic Speed Control Output - 20 (0x14)


Output Instance

Word
0

20
1

Byte
0
1
2
3

Bit 7

Bit 6

Bit 5

Fault Reset

Speed Reference

Bit 3

Bit 2
Fault Reset

Bit 1

Bit 0
Run Fwd

Bit 1
Run Rev

Bit 0
Run Fwd

Speed Reference (Low Byte)


Speed Reference (High Byte)

Name
Run Fwd

Bit 4

Description
Forward Run Command
0: Stop
1: Forward Run
Fault Reset
(0 to 1 transition: Fault Reset)
Speed Command
Sets drive speed reference.
Speed reference data: Frequency reference/2SS (SS: Speed scale)
Setting range: 0 to 0xFFFF
Example: setting a reference of 4096 with a speed scale of 2:
Speed reference data = 4096/22 = 1024 = 0x0400 Hex or 10.24 Hz
Unit depends on o1-03.

u Extended Speed Control Output - 21 (0x15)


Output Instance

Word
0

21
1

Byte
0
1
2
3

Bit 7

Name
Run Fwd
Run Rev
Fault Reset
NetCtrl
NetRef

Speed Reference

Bit 6
NetRef

Bit 5
NetCtrl

Bit 4

Bit 3

Bit 2
Fault Reset

Speed Reference (Low Byte)


Speed Reference (High Byte)
Description

Forward Run Command


0: Stop
1: Forward Run
Reverse Run Command
0: Stop
1: Reverse Run
Fault Reset
(0 to 1 transition: Fault Reset)
Run command from Network
0: Depends on b1-02
1: Enables the run command from network
Speed reference from Network
0: Depends on b1-01
1: Enables the speed reference from network
Speed Command
Sets drive speed reference.
Speed reference data: Frequency reference/2SS (SS: Speed scale)
Setting range: 0 to 0xFFFF
Example: setting a reference of 4096 with a speed scale of 2:
Speed reference data = 4096/22 = 1024 = 0x0400 Hex
Unit depends on o1-03.

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u Speed and Torque Control Output - 22 (0x16)


Output Instance

Word
0

22

1
2

Name
Run Fwd
Fault Reset

Speed Reference

Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5

Bit 7

Bit 6

Bit 5

Bit 4

Bit 3

Bit 2
Fault Reset

Bit 1

Bit 0
Run Fwd

Bit 1
Run Rev

Bit 0
Run Fwd

Speed Reference (Low Byte)


Speed Reference (High Byte)
Torque Reference/Torque Limit (Low Byte)
Torque Reference/Torque Limit (High Byte)

Description
Forward Run Command
0: Stop
1: Forward Run
Fault Reset
(0 to 1 transition: Fault Reset)
Speed Command
Sets drive speed reference.
Speed reference data: Frequency reference/2SS (SS: Speed scale)
Setting range: 0 to 0xFFFF
Example: setting a reference of 4096 with a speed scale of 2:
Speed reference data = 4096/22 = 1024 = 0x0400 Hex
Unit depends on o1-03.

Torque Reference/Torque Limit


the Torque Reference/Torque Limit in units of 0.1%.
Torque Reference/Torque Sets
Sets the Torque Reference when using Torque Control (d5-01 = 1).
Limit
Sets the Torque Limit when using Speed Control (d5-01 = 0).
The Torque Reference and Torque Limit are disabled with F6-06 = 0.

u Extended Speed and Torque Control Output - 23 (0x17)


Output Instance

Word
0

23

1
2

Name
Run Fwd
Run Rev
Fault Reset
NetCtrl
NetRef

Speed Reference

22

Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5

Bit 7

Bit 6
NetRef

Bit 5
NetCtrl

Bit 4

Bit 3

Bit 2
Fault Reset

Speed Reference (Low Byte)


Speed Reference (High Byte)
Torque Reference/Torque Limit (Low Byte)
Torque Reference/Torque Limit (High Byte)
Description

Forward Run Command


0: Stop
1: Forward Run
Reverse Run Command
0: Stop
1: Reverse Run
Fault Reset
(0 to 1 transition: Fault Reset)
Run command from Network
0: Depends on b1-02
1: Enables the run command from network
Speed reference from Network
0: Depends on b1-01
1: Enables the speed reference from network
Speed Command
Sets drive speed reference.
Speed reference data: Frequency reference/2SS (SS: Speed scale)
Setting range: 0 to 0xFFFF
Example: setting a reference of 4096 with a speed scale of 2:
Speed reference data = 4096/22 = 1024 = 0x0400 Hex
Unit depends on o1-03.

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Name

Description
Torque Reference/Torque Limit
the Torque Reference/Torque Limit in units of 0.1%.
Torque Reference/Torque Sets
Sets the Torque Reference when using Torque Control (d5-01 = 1).
Limit
Sets the Torque Limit when using Speed Control (d5-01 = 0).
The Torque Reference and Torque Limit are disabled with F6-06 = 0.

u MEMOBUS/Modbus Message Output (Vendor Specific Yaskawa Electric (YE) Assy) 100 (0x64)
Output Instance

Word
0

100

1
2

Note:

Byte
0
1
2
3
4

Bit 7

Bit 6

Bit 5

Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Function Code
Register Number (High Byte)
Register Number (Low Byte)
Register Data (High Byte)
Register Data (Low Byte)

Bit 1

Bit 0

This is a paired assembly (100/150).

Name
Function Code
Register Number
Register Data

Description
MEMOBUS/Modbus Function Code
MEMOBUS/Modbus Register Number
MEMOBUS/Modbus Register Data
Table 8 Function Code Decode Table
Function Code
0x00
0x03
0x10

Note:

MEMOBUS/Modbus Function
No Operation
Read Register
Write Register

Refer to the MEMOBUS/Modbus Data Table in the MEMOBUS/Modbus Communications chapter of the drive manual for a list of monitor
data using the MEMOBUS/Modbus message area.

u Speed/Torque Control Output (Vendor Specific Yaskawa Electric (YE) Assy) - 101 (0x65)
Output Instance

Word

Byte
0

0
1
101

1
2
3

Bit 7
MultiFunction
Input 8

Bit 6
MultiFunction
Input 7

Bit 5
MultiFunction
Input 6

Bit 4
MultiFunction
Input 5

Bit 3
MultiFunction
Input 4

Bit 2
MultiFunction
Input 3

MultiFunction
Photocoupler 2

MultiFunction
Photocoupler 1

MultiFunction
Digital
Output

2
3
4
5
6
7

Name
Run Fwd
Run Rev
Multi-Function Input 3

Bit 1

Bit 0

Run Rev

Run Fwd

Fault Reset

External
Fault

Speed Reference (Low Byte)


Speed Reference (High Byte)
Torque Reference/Torque Limit (Low Byte)
Torque Reference/Torque Limit (High Byte)
Torque Compensation (Low Byte)
Torque Compensation (High Byte)
Description

Forward Run Command


0: Stop
1: Forward Run
Reverse Run Command
0: Stop
1: Reverse Run
Terminal S3 Function Input
0: Terminal S3 Function (H1-03) OFF
1: Terminal S3 Function (H1-03) ON

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Name
Multi-Function Input 4
Multi-Function Input 5
Multi-Function Input 6
Multi-Function Input 7
Multi-Function Input 8
External Fault
Fault Reset

Description
Terminal S4 Function Input
0: Terminal S4 Function (H1-04) OFF
1: Terminal S4 Function (H1-04) ON
Terminal S5 Function Input
0: Terminal S5 Function (H1-05) OFF
1: Terminal S5 Function (H1-05) ON
Terminal S6 Function Input
0: Terminal S6 Function (H1-06) OFF
1: Terminal S6 Function (H1-06) ON
Terminal S7 Function Input
0: Terminal S7 Function (H1-07) OFF
1: Terminal S7 Function (H1-07) ON
Terminal S8 Function Input
0: Terminal S8 Function (H1-08) OFF
1: Terminal S8 Function (H1-08) ON
External Fault EF0
0: No External Fault (EF0)
1: External Fault (EF0)
Fault Reset
0: No Fault Reset
1: Fault Reset

Multi-Function Digital
Output

Terminal M1/M2
0: M1/M2 OFF
1: M1/M2 ON
This function is enabled only when H2-01 is set to F.

Multi-Function
Photocoupler 1

Terminal P1
0: P1 OFF
1: P1 ON
This function is enabled only when H2-02 is set to F.

Multi-Function
Photocoupler 2

Terminal P2
0: P2 OFF
1: P2 ON
This function is enabled only when H2-03 is set to F.

Speed Reference

Speed Command
Sets drive speed reference.
Unit depends on o1-03.
Unit is not affected by Speed Scale SS.

Torque Reference/Torque Limit


the Torque Reference/Torque Limit in units of 0.1%.
Torque Reference/Torque Sets
Sets
the Torque Reference when using Torque Control (d5-01 = 1).
Limit
Sets the Torque Limit when using Speed Control (d5-01 = 0).
The Torque Reference and Torque Limit are disabled with F6-06 = 0.
Torque Compensation

24

Sets the amount of Torque Compensation Sets in units of 0.1%.

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u Extended Speed/Torque Control Output (Vendor Specific Yaskawa Electric (YE) Assy)
- 115 (0x73)
Output Instance

Word

Byte
0

0
1

1
2
115

3
4/5
6
7
8
9-20

Bit 7
MultiFunction
Input 8
MultiFunction
Photocoupler 2

Bit 6
MultiFunction
Input 7
MultiFunction
Photocoupler 1

Bit 5
MultiFunction
Input 6
MultiFunction
Digital
Output

Multi-Function Input 8
External Fault
Fault Reset
Multi-Function Digital
Output

Bit 1

Bit 0

Run Rev

Run Fwd

Fault Reset

External
Fault

Description

Reverse Run Command


0: Stop
1: Reverse Run

Multi-Function Input 7

Reserved
Analog Output 1 (Low Byte)
Analog Output 1 (High Byte)
Analog Output 2 (Low Byte)
Analog Output 2 (High Byte)
Digital Outputs (Low Byte)
Digital Outputs (High Byte)
Reserved

Run Rev

Multi-Function Input 6

8-11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18-39

Run Fwd

Multi-Function Input 5

Bit 2
MultiFunction
Input 3

Speed Reference (Low Byte)


Speed Reference (High Byte)
Torque Reference/Torque Limit (Low Byte)
Torque Reference/Torque Limit (High Byte)
Torque Compensation (Low Byte)
Torque Compensation (High Byte)

Forward Run Command


0: Stop
1: Forward Run

Multi-Function Input 4

Bit 3
MultiFunction
Input 4

2
3
4
5
6
7

Name

Multi-Function Input 3

Bit 4
MultiFunction
Input 5

Terminal S3 Function Input


0: Terminal S3 Function (H1-03) OFF
1: Terminal S3 Function (H1-03) ON
Terminal S4 Function Input
0: Terminal S4 Function (H1-04) OFF
1: Terminal S4 Function (H1-04) ON
Terminal S5 Function Input
0: Terminal S5 Function (H1-05) OFF
1: Terminal S5 Function (H1-05) ON
Terminal S6 Function Input
0: Terminal S6 Function (H1-06) OFF
1: Terminal S6 Function (H1-06) ON
Terminal S7 Function Input
0: Terminal S7 Function (H1-07) OFF
1: Terminal S7 Function (H1-07) ON
Terminal S8 Function Input
0: Terminal S8 Function (H1-08) OFF
1: Terminal S8 Function (H1-08) ON
External Fault EF0
0: No External Fault (EF0)
1: External Fault (EF0)
Fault Reset
0: No Fault Reset
1: Fault Reset
Terminal M1/M2
0: M1/M2 OFF
1: M1/M2 ON
This function is enabled only when H2-01 is set to F.

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Name

Description
Terminal P1
Multi-Function
0: P1 OFF
Photocoupler 1
1: P1 ON
This function is enabled only when H2-02 is set to F.
Terminal P2
Multi-Function
0: P2 OFF
Photocoupler 2
1: P2 ON
This function is enabled only when H2-03 is set to F.
Speed Command
Sets drive speed reference.
Speed Reference
Unit depends on o1-03.
Unit is not affected by Speed Scale SS.
Torque Reference/Torque Limit
the Torque Reference/Torque Limit in units of 0.1%.
Torque Reference/Torque Sets
Sets the Torque Reference when using Torque Control (d5-01 = 1).
Limit
Sets the Torque Limit when using Speed Control (d5-01 = 0).
The Torque Reference and Torque Limit are disabled with F6-06 = 0.
Torque Compensation
Sets the amount of Torque Compensation Sets in units of 0.1%.
Analog Output 1
Analog Output 2
Digital Outputs

MEMOBUS/Modbus (0x0007)
MEMOBUS/Modbus (0x0008)
MEMOBUS/Modbus (0x0009)

u High Speed/Torque Control Output (Vendor Specific Yaskawa Electric (YE) Assy) - 116
(0x74)
This assembly is dynamic and can be configured as to what parameters are used. The first 20 Bytes (0-19) are fixed and the
next 20 Bytes can be configured using parameters F7-23 to F7-32. If an error occurs while trying to write to the dynamic
parameters, the appropriate error bit in Assembly 166 will be set. If more information is needed as to the nature of the error,
the extended error status can be read explicitly through Class 4, Instance 0xA6, Attribute 0x64. This will return 20 Bytes with
each dynamic parameter in Assembly 116 having a Byte dedicated to its extended error status. Refer to Input Assemblies
(Drive Produces) on page 29 for more information.
Output Instance

Word

Byte
0

0
1

1
2
116
3

5
6

26

Bit 7
MultiFunction
Input 8

Bit 6
MultiFunction
Input 7

Bit 5
MultiFunction
Input 6

Bit 4
MultiFunction
Input 5

Bit 3
MultiFunction
Input 4

Bit 2
MultiFunction
Input 3

MultiFunction
Photocoupler 2

MultiFunction
Photocoupler 1

MultiFunction
Digital
Output

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

10
11
12
13

Speed Reference (Low Byte)


Speed Reference (High Byte)
Torque Reference/Torque Limit (Low Byte)
Torque Reference/Torque Limit (High Byte)
Torque Compensation (Low Byte)
Torque Compensation (High Byte)
Reserved
MultiMulti

Function
Function
Input 12
Input 11

Analog Output 1 (Low Byte)


Analog Output 1 (High Byte)

Bit 1

Bit 0

Run Rev

Run Fwd

Fault Reset

External
Fault

MultiFunction
Input 10
NetCtrl

MultiFunction
Input 9
NetRef

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Output Instance

Word
7
8
9

116

Byte
14
15
16
17
18
19

Bit 7

Bit 6

Run Rev
Multi-Function Input 3
Multi-Function Input 4
Multi-Function Input 5
Multi-Function Input 6
Multi-Function Input 7
Multi-Function Input 8

Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Analog Output 2 (Low Byte)
Analog Output 2 (High Byte)
Digital Outputs (Low Byte)
Digital Outputs (High Byte)
Reserved
Reserved
Programmable Bytes
Defined by F7-23
Default: Not Used
Programmable Bytes
Defined by F7-24
Default: Not Used
Programmable Bytes
Defined by F7-25
Default: Not Used
Programmable Bytes
Defined by F7-26
Default: Not Used

10

20-21

11

22-23

12

24-25

13

26-27

14

28-29

Programmable Bytes
Defined by F7-27
Default: Not Used

15

30-31

Programmable Bytes
Defined by F7-28
Default: Not Used

16

32-33

Programmable Bytes
Defined by F7-29
Default: Not Used

17

34-35

Programmable Bytes
Defined by F7-30
Default: Not Used

18

36-37

Programmable Bytes
Defined by F7-31
Default: Not Used

19

38-39

Programmable Bytes
Defined by F7-32
Default: Not Used

Name
Run Fwd

Bit 5

Bit 1

Bit 0

Description
Forward Run Command
0: Stop
1: Forward Run
Reverse Run Command
0: Stop
1: Reverse Run
Terminal S3 Function Input
0: Terminal S3 Function (H1-03) OFF
1: Terminal S3 Function (H1-03) ON
Terminal S4 Function Input
0: Terminal S4 Function (H1-04) OFF
1: Terminal S4 Function (H1-04) ON
Terminal S5 Function Input
0: Terminal S5 Function (H1-05) OFF
1: Terminal S5 Function (H1-05) ON
Terminal S6 Function Input
0: Terminal S6 Function (H1-06) OFF
1: Terminal S6 Function (H1-06) ON
Terminal S7 Function Input
0: Terminal S7 Function (H1-07) OFF
1: Terminal S7 Function (H1-07) ON
Terminal S8 Function Input
0: Terminal S8 Function (H1-08) OFF
1: Terminal S8 Function (H1-08) ON

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Name
External Fault
Fault Reset
Multi-Function Digital
Output
Multi-Function
Photocoupler 1
Multi-Function
Photocoupler 2

Speed Reference

Description
External Fault EF0
0: No External Fault (EF0)
1: External Fault (EF0)
Fault Reset
0: No Fault Reset
1: Fault Reset
Terminal M1/M2
0: M1/M2 OFF
1: M1/M2 ON
This function is enabled only when H2-01 is set to F.
Terminal P1
0: P1 OFF
1: P1 ON
This function is enabled only when H2-02 is set to F.
Terminal P2
0: P2 OFF
1: P2 ON
This function is enabled only when H2-03 is set to F.
Speed Command
Sets drive speed reference.
Unit depends on o1-03.
Unit is not affected by Speed Scale SS.

Torque Reference/Torque Limit


the Torque Reference/Torque Limit in units of 0.1%.
Torque Reference/Torque Sets
Sets the Torque Reference when using Torque Control (d5-01 = 1).
Limit
Sets the Torque Limit when using Speed Control (d5-01 = 0).
The Torque Reference and Torque Limit are disabled with F6-06 = 0.
Torque Compensation
Digital Inputs
NetRef
NetCtrl
Analog Output 1
Analog Output 2
Digital Outputs
Programmable Bytes

28

Sets the amount of Torque Compensation Sets in units of 0.1%.


MEMOBUS/Modbus (0x49). Monitor parameter U1-10
Network sets reference
Network sets control
MEMOBUS/Modbus (0x0007)
MEMOBUS/Modbus (0x0008)
MEMOBUS/Modbus (0x0009)
Contains the data to be written to the MEMOBUS/Modbus address defined in the given parameter. A value of 0 in the given
parameter means it is not used, therefore the value received for this given parameter will not be written to any MEMOBUS/
Modbus register. If the PPA is Input Assembly 166, then any errors occurring during a write will be flagged. Refer to High
Speed/Torque Status Input (Vendor Specific Yaskawa Electric (YE) Assy) - 166 (0xA6) on page 36 for details.

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Note:

The convention in this manual is from the PLC perspective. An Input Assembly is outputted from this node and read by the PLC. This
section details Input Assemblies that are Produced by this drive.

u Basic Speed Control Input - 70 (0x46)


Input Instance

Word
0

70
1

Byte

Bit 7

Bit 6

Bit 5

Bit 4

Bit 3

1
2
3

Bit 2
Running 1
(FWD)

Bit 1

Bit 0

Faulted

Bit 3
Bit 2
Running
2
Running
1
Ready
(REV)
(FWD)
Drive State
Speed Actual (Low Byte)
Speed Actual (High Byte)

Bit 1

Bit 0

Warning

Faulted

Speed Actual (Low Byte)


Speed Actual (High Byte)

Name

Description
Faulted
0: No Faults Occurred
1: Fault Occurred

Faulted

Forward Running
0: Stop or Reverse Running
1: Forward Running

Running 1 (FWD)

Actual Drive Speed


Monitors drive output frequency.
Speed actual data: Output frequency x 2SS (SS: Speed scale)
Setting range: 0 to 0xFFFF
For example, when output frequency of 1024 with a speed scale of 2:
Speed actual data = 1024 x 22 = 4096 = 0x1000
Unit depends on o1-03.

Speed Actual

u Extended Speed Control Input - 71 (0x47)


Input Instance

Word
0

71
1

Byte

Bit 7

At Speed

Bit 6
Ref from
Net

1
2
3

Name
Faulted
Warning
Running 1 (FWD)
Running 2 (REV)
Ready
Ctrl from Net
Ref from Net
At Speed

Bit 5
Ctrl from
Net

Bit 4

Description
Faulted
0: No Faults Occurred
1: Fault Occurred
Warning
0: No Warning Occurred
1: Warning Occurred
Forward Running
0: Stop or Reverse Running
1: Forward Running
Reverse Running
0: Stop or Forward Running
1: Reverse Running
Drive Ready
0: Not Ready
1: Ready
Status of Run command from Network
0: Run command is not from network
1: Run command is from network
Status of Speed reference from Network
0: Speed reference is not from network
1: Speed reference is from network
Speed Agree
0: No Speed Agree
1: Speed actual at speed reference

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Name
Drive State

Speed Actual

Description
Contains the value from the Control Supervisor (Class 0x29) Instance 1 Attribute 6.
Actual Drive Speed
Monitors drive output frequency.
Speed actual data: Output frequency x 2SS (SS: Speed scale)
Setting range: 0 to 0xFFFF
For example, when output frequency of 1024 with a speed scale of 2:
Speed actual data = 1024 x 22 = 4096 = 0x1000
Unit depends on o1-03.

u Speed and Torque Control Input - 72 (0x48)


Input Instance

Word
0

72

1
2

Byte

Bit 7

Bit 6

Bit 5

Bit 4

Bit 3

Running 1 (FWD)

Bit 1

Bit 0

Faulted

Bit 3
Bit 2
Running 2 Running 1
Ready
(REV)
(FWD)
Drive State
Speed Actual (Low Byte)
Speed Actual (High Byte)
Torque Actual (Low Byte)
Torque Actual (High Byte)

Bit 1

Bit 0

Warning

Faulted

1
2
3

Speed Actual (Low Byte)


Speed Actual (High Byte)

4
5

Torque Actual (Low Byte)


Torque Actual (High Byte)

Name
Faulted

Bit 2
Running 1
(FWD)

Description
Faulted
0: No Faults Occurred
1: Fault Occurred
Forward Running
0: Stop or Reverse Running
1: Forward Running

Speed Actual

Actual Drive Speed


Monitors drive output frequency.
Speed actual data: Output frequency x 2SS (SS: Speed scale)
Setting range: 0 to 0xFFFF
For example, when output frequency of 1024 with a speed scale of 2:
Speed actual data = 1024 x 22 = 4096 = 0x1000
Unit depends on o1-03.

Torque Actual

Output Torque
Shows the Torque Reference.
Value displays in 0.1% units.

u Extended Speed and Torque Control Input - 73 (0x49)


Input Instance

Word
0

73

1
2

Byte

Bit 7

At Speed

1
2
3
4
5

Name
Faulted
Warning
Running 1 (FWD)

30

Bit 6
Ref from
Net

Bit 5
Ctrl from
Net

Bit 4

Description
Faulted
0: No Faults Occurred
1: Fault Occurred
Warning
0: No Warning Occurred
1: Warning Occurred
Forward Running
0: Stop or Reverse Running
1: Forward Running

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Name
Running 2 (REV)
Ready
Ctrl from Net
Ref from Net
At Speed
Drive State

Speed Actual

Description
Reverse Running
0: Stop or Forward Running
1: Reverse Running
Drive Ready
0: Not Ready
1: Ready
Status of Run command from Network
0: Run command is not from network
1: Run command is from network
Status of Speed reference from Network
0: Speed reference is not from network
1: Speed reference is from network
Speed Agree
0: No Speed Agree
1: Speed actual at speed reference
Contains the value from the Control Supervisor (Class 0x29) Instance 1 Attribute 6.
Actual Drive Speed
Monitors drive output frequency.
Speed actual data: Output frequency x 2SS (SS: Speed scale)
Setting range: 0 to 0xFFFF
For example, when output frequency of 1024 with a speed scale of 2:
Speed actual data = 1024 x 22 = 4096 = 0x1000
Unit depends on o1-03.
Output Torque
Shows the Torque Reference.
Value displays in 0.1% units.

Torque Actual

u MEMOBUS/Modbus Message Input (Vendor Specific Yaskawa Electric (YE) Assy) - 150
(0x96)
Input Instance

Word
0

150

1
2

Note:

Byte
0
1
2
3
4

Bit 7

Bit 6

Bit 5

Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Function Code
Register Number (High Byte)
Register Number (Low Byte)
Register Data (High Byte)
Register Data (Low Byte)

Bit 1

Bit 0

This is a paired assembly (100/150).


Table 9 Reply Mapping 150
Function Code
Equals Zero

Byte

Write Success

Read Success

Write Failure

Read Failure

Invalid Function Code

0x10

0x03

0x90

0x83

Output Assembly
Register Number
(High Byte)
Output Assembly
Register Number
(Low Byte)

Output Assembly
Register Number
(High Byte)
Output Assembly
Register Number
(Low Byte)
Read Data
(High Byte)
Read Data (Low Byte)

Output Assembly
Register Number
(High Byte)
Output Assembly
Register Number
(Low Byte)

Output Assembly
Register Number
(High Byte)
Output Assembly
Register Number
(Low Byte)

Function Code Or-ed with


0x80
Output Assembly
Register Number
(High Byte)
Output Assembly
Register Number
(Low Byte)

Error Code

Error Code

1
2
3

0
0

Table 10 Error Replies 150


Error Code
0x01
0x02
0x21

Description
Invalid Function Code
Invalid Register Number
Upper/Lower Limit Error

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Error Code
0x22
0x23
0x24
Note:

Description
Option generated busy event. The MEMOBUS/Modbus requested operation is in the process loop but the drive is not done.
Writing Enter when drive is running.
Attempt to write data that is read only.
Attempt to write a parameter when drive is running.
During a CPF03 event attempting to write to registers other than A1-00 to A1-05, E1-03, o2-04.
Attempting to write during a drive undervoltage (Uv) event.
Attempting to write while the drive is storing data.

Refer to the MEMOBUS/Modbus Data Table in the MEMOBUS/Modbus Communications chapter of the drive manual for a list of monitor
data using the MEMOBUS/Modbus message area.

u Speed/Torque Status Input (Vendor Specific Yaskawa Electric (YE) Assy) - 151 (0x97)
Input Instance

Word

Byte

Bit 7

Bit 6

Bit 5

Faulted

Alarm

Ready

MultiFunction
Photocoupler 2

0
1
151

1
2
3

ZSV

2
3
4
5
6
7

Running
0: Stop
1: Forward or Reverse Running

ZSP

Zero Speed
0: Running
1: Stop or DC Injection Braking

Speed Agree
Ready
Alarm
Faulted
OPE
UV
LOCAL/REMOTE

32

Reset
MultiFunction
Digital
Output

Bit 2
REV
Running

Bit 1

Bit 0

ZSP

Running

LOCAL/
REMOTE

Uv

oPE

Description

Running

Reset

Bit 3

Output Frequency (Low Byte)


Output Frequency (High Byte)
Torque Actual (Low Byte)
Torque Actual (High Byte)
Current Actual (Low Byte)
Current Actual (High Byte)

Name

REV Running

Bit 4
Speed
Agree
MultiFunction
Photocoupler 1

Reverse Running
0: Not Reverse Running
1: Reverse Running
Reset
0: No Reset
1: Reset
Speed Agree
0: No Speed Agree
1: Speed Actual at speed reference
Drive Ready
0: Not Ready
1: Ready
Drive Alarm
0: No Drive Alarm
1: Alarm
Drive Fault
0: No Drive Fault
1: Fault
OPE Fault
0: No oPE Fault
1: oPE
Undervoltage
0: No Undervoltage
1: Undervoltage
Status of Run command from Network
0: Run command is not from network
1: Run command is from network

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Name
Multi-Function Digital
Output
Multi-Function
Photocoupler 1
Multi-Function
Photocoupler 2
ZSV

Output Frequency

Torque Actual

Current Actual

Description
Terminal M1/M2
0: M1/M2 OFF
1: M1/M2 ON
This function is enabled only when H2-01 is set to F.
Terminal P1
0: Terminal P1 OFF
1: Terminal P1 ON
Terminal P2
0: Terminal P2 OFF
1: Terminal P2 ON
Zero Servo Completed
0:
1: Completed
Actual Drive Speed
Monitors drive output frequency.
Unit depends on o1-03.
Unit is not affected by Speed Scale SS.
Output Torque
Shows the Torque Reference.
Value displays in 0.1% units.
Actual Output Current
Monitors drive output current.
Unit is 0.01 A.
Unit is not affected by Current Scale CS.

u Extended Speed/Torque Status Input (Vendor Specific Yaskawa Electric (YE) Assy) 155 (0x9B)
Output Instance

Word

Byte

Bit 7

Bit 6

Bit 5

Faulted

Alarm

ZSV

1
2
3
155

4
5
6

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

7
15
8
9

16
17
18
19

Ready

Bit 4
Speed
Agree

Bit 3
Fault Reset

MultiFunction
Photocoupler 2

MultiFunction
Photocoupler 1

MultiFunction
Digital
Output

Bit 2
REV
Running

Bit 1

Bit 0

ZSP

Running

LOCAL/
REMOTE

Uv

oPE

Motor Speed (Low Byte)


Motor Speed (High Byte)
Torque Actual (Low Byte)
Torque Actual (High Byte)
PG Count Value (Low Byte)
PG Count Value (High Byte)
Frequency Command (Low Byte)
Frequency Command (High Byte)
Output Frequency (Low Byte)
Output Frequency (High Byte)
Output Current (Low Byte)
Output Current (High Byte)
Parameter F7-35
Default: Terminal A2 Input (Low Byte)
Parameter F7-35
Default: Terminal A2 Input (High Byte)
Main Circuit DC Voltage (Low Byte)
Main Circuit DC Voltage (High Byte)
Error Code (Low Byte)
Error Code (High Byte)

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Output Instance

Word

Byte

Bit 7

Bit 6

20 <1>
10
21 <1>
22 <1>
11
23 <1>
24 <1>
12
25 <1>

155

26 <1>
13
27 <1>
14

Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Parameter F7-33
Default: Alarm Code (Low Byte)
Parameter F7-33
Default: Alarm Code (High Byte)
Parameter F7-34
Default: Output Power (Low Byte)
Parameter F7-34
Default: Output Power (High Byte)
Parameter F7-37
Default: Terminal A3 Input (Low Byte)
Parameter F7-37
Default: Terminal A3 Input (High Byte)
Parameter F7-36
Default: Terminal S1 to S8 Input (Low Byte)
Parameter F7-36
Default: Terminal S1 to S8 Input (High Byte)

28 <1>

Terminal A1 Input (Low Byte)

29 <1>

Terminal A1 Input (High Byte)

30 <1>

Parameter F7-38
Default: PG Counter (Ch2) (Low Byte)

31 <1>

Parameter F7-38
Default: PG Counter (Ch2) (High Byte)

32-39

Reserved

15
16-19

Bit 5

Bit 1

Bit 0

<1> Selectable with F7-33 to F7-42.


Name
Running
Zero Speed

Zero Speed
0: Running
1: Stop or DC Injection Braking

REV Running
Fault Reset
Speed Agree
Ready
Alarm
Faulted
oPE
Uv
LOCAL/REMOTE

34

Description
Running
0: Stop
1: Forward or Reverse Running

Reverse Running
0: Not Reverse Running
1: Reverse Running
Fault Reset command from Network
0: Fault Reset command is not from network
1: Fault Reset command is from network
Speed Agree
0: No Speed Agree
1: Speed Actual at speed reference
Drive Ready
0: Not Ready
1: Ready
Drive Alarm
0: No Drive Alarm
1: Alarm
Drive Fault
0: No Drive Fault
1: Fault
oPE Fault
0: No oPE Fault
1: oPE
Undervoltage
0: No Undervoltage
1: Undervoltage
Status of Run command from Network
0: Run command is not from network
1: Run command is from network

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Name
Multi-Function Digital
Output
Multi-Function
Photocoupler 1
Multi-Function
Photocoupler 2
ZSV
Motor Speed
Torque Actual
PG Count Value
Frequency Command
Output Frequency

Output Current

Description
Terminal M1/M2
0: M1/M2 OFF
1: M1/M2 ON
This function is enabled only when H2-01 is set to F.
Terminal P1
0: Terminal P1 OFF
1: Terminal P1 ON
Terminal P2
0: Terminal P2 OFF
1: Terminal P2 ON
Zero Servo Completed
0:
1: Completed
Monitor parameter U1-05
Output Torque
Shows the Torque Reference.
Value displays in 0.1% units.
Contained MEMOBUS/Modbus Address
Monitor parameter U1-01
Actual Drive Speed
Monitors drive output frequency.
Unit depends on o1-03.
Unit is not affected by Speed Scale SS.
Actual Output Current
Monitors drive output current.
Unit is 0.01 A
Unit is not affected by Current Scale CS.

(0x46)
Drive Terminal A1 Input MEMOBUS/Modbus
Monitor parameter U1-13
Main DC Voltage

Main Circuit DC Voltage


Monitor parameter U1-07

Error Code
F7-33 Alarm Code

U2-01 converted using fault code table


Programmable: MEMOBUS/Modbus (0x7F)
MEMOBUS/Modbus (0x4F)
F7-35 Terminal A2 Input Programmable:
Monitor parameter U1-14
F7-36 Drive Terminal
S1 to S8

Programmable: MEMOBUS/Modbus (0x49)


Monitor parameter U1-10

F7-37 Terminal A3 Input Programmable: MEMOBUS/Modbus (0x50)


F7-38 PG Count Value Programmable: MEMOBUS/Modbus (0xF1)
(CH 2)
Serial interface Control Response

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u High Speed/Torque Status Input (Vendor Specific Yaskawa Electric (YE) Assy) - 166
(0xA6)
If an error occurs while trying to read from the dynamic parameters, the appropriate error bit in Assembly 166 will be set. If
more information about the nature of the error is needed, the extended error status can be read explicitly through Class 4,
Instance 0xA6, Attribute 0x64. This will return 20 Bytes with each dynamic parameter in Assembly 166 having a Byte
dedicated to its extended error status.
Output Instance

Word

Byte

Bit 7

Bit 6

Bit 5

Faulted

Alarm

Ready

ZSV

MultiFunction
Photocoupler 2

1
2
3
4
166

5
6

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

Torque Actual (High Byte)


PG Count Value (Low Byte)
PG Count Value (High Byte)
Frequency Command (Low Byte)
Frequency Command (High Byte)
Output Frequency (Low Byte)
Output Frequency (High Byte)
Output Current (Low Byte)
Output Current (High Byte)
Parameter F7-35
Default: Terminal A2 Input (Low Byte)

15

Parameter F7-35
Default: Terminal A2 Input (High Byte)

16
17
18
19
20 <1>

Main Circuit DC Voltage (Low Byte)


Main Circuit DC Voltage (High Byte)
Error Code (Low Byte)
Error Code (High Byte)
Parameter F7-33
Default: Alarm Code (Low Byte)

21 <1>

Parameter F7-33
Default: Alarm Code (High Byte)

8
9

10

36

Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Speed
REV
Fault Reset Running
Agree
MultiMultiFunction
Function
LOCAL/
PhotoDigital
REMOTE
coupler 1
Output
Motor Speed (Low Byte)
Motor Speed (High Byte)
Torque Actual (Low Byte)

Bit 1

Bit 0

ZSP

Running

Uv

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Output Instance

Word

Byte

Bit 7

Bit 6

30 <1>

Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Parameter F7-34
Default: Output Power (Low Byte)
Parameter F7-34
Default: Output Power (High Byte)
Parameter F7-35
Default: Terminal A2 Input (Low Byte)
Parameter F7-35
Default: Terminal A2 Input (High Byte)
Parameter F7-36
Default: Terminal S1 to S8 Input (Low Byte)
Parameter F7-36
Default: Terminal S1 to S8 Input (High Byte)
Parameter F7-37
Default: Terminal A3 Input (Low Byte)
Parameter F7-37
Default: Terminal A3 Input (High Byte)
Parameter F7-38
Default: PG Counter (Ch2) (Low Byte)

31 <1>

Parameter F7-38
Default: PG Counter (Ch2) (High Byte)

32 <1>

Parameter F7-39
Default: NetRef and NetCtrl (Low Byte)

22 <1>
11
23 <1>
24 <1>
12
25 <1>
26 <1>
13
27 <1>
28 <1>
14
29 <1>

15

16
166

Bit 5

33 <1>

Parameter F7-39
Default: NetRef and NetCtrl

34 <1>

Parameter F7-40
Default: Drive Software Version (Low Byte)

35 <1>

Parameter F7-40
Default: Drive Software Version (High Byte)

36 <1>

Parameter F7-41
Default: Not Used

37 <1>

Parameter F7-33
Default: Not Used

38 <1>

Parameter F7-33
Default: Not Used

39 <1>

Parameter F7-42
Default: Not Used

17

18

19

40

41

Assy. 116
F7-30
Error

Assy. 116
F7-29
Error

Assy. 116
F7-28
Error

Assy. 116
F7-27
Error

Assy. 116
F7-26
Error

Assy. 116
F7-25
Error

42

43

Assy. 166
F7-40
Error

Assy. 166
F7-39
Error

Assy. 166
F7-38
Error

Assy. 166
F7-37
Error

Assy. 166
F7-36
Error

Assy. 166
F7-35
Error

20

21

Bit 1

Bit 0

NetCtrl

NetRef

Assy. 116
F7-32
Error
Assy. 116
F7-24
Error
Assy. 166
F7-42
Error
Assy. 166
F7-34
Error

Assy. 116
F7-31
Error
Assy. 116
F7-23
Error
Assy. 166
F7-41
Error
Assy. 166
F7-33
Error

<1> Selectable with F7-33 to F7-42.


Name
Running
Zero Speed
REV Running

Description
Running
0: Stop
1: Forward or Reverse Running
Zero Speed
0: Running
1: Stop or DC Injection Braking
Reverse Running
0: Not Reverse Running
1: Reverse Running

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Name
Fault Reset
Speed Agree
Ready
Alarm
Faulted
oPE
Uv
LOCAL/REMOTE
Multi-Function Digital
Output

Description
Fault Reset command from Network
0: Fault Reset command is not from network
1: Fault Reset command is from network
Speed Agree
0: No Speed Agree
1: Speed Actual at speed reference
Drive Ready
0: Not Ready
1: Ready
Drive Alarm
0: No Drive Alarm
1: Alarm
Drive Fault
0: No Drive Fault
1: Fault
oPE Fault
0: No oPE Fault
1: oPE
Undervoltage
0: No Undervoltage
1: Undervoltage
Status of Run command from Network
0: Run command is not from network
1: Run command is from network
Terminal M1/M2
0: M1/M2 OFF
1: M1/M2 ON
This function is enabled only when H2-01 is set to F.

Multi-Function
Photocoupler 1

Terminal P1
0: Terminal P1 OFF
1: Terminal P1 ON

Multi-Function
Photocoupler 2

Terminal P2
0: Terminal P2 OFF
1: Terminal P2 ON

ZSV
Motor Speed
Torque Actual

Zero Servo Completed


0:
1: Completed
Monitor parameter U1-05
Output Torque
Shows the Torque Reference.
Value displays in 0.1% units.

PG Count Value
Frequency Command

Contained MEMOBUS/Modbus Address


Monitor parameter U1-01
Actual Drive Speed
Monitors drive output frequency.
Output Frequency
Unit depends on o1-03.
Unit is not affected by Speed Scale SS.
Actual Output Current
Monitors drive output current.
Output Current
Unit is 0.01 A
Unit is not affected by Current Scale CS.
(0x46)
Drive Terminal A1 Input MEMOBUS/Modbus
Monitor parameter U1-13
Main Circuit DC Voltage
Main DC Voltage
Monitor parameter U1-07
Error Code
U2-01 converted using fault code table
F7-33 Alarm Code
Programmable: MEMOBUS/Modbus (0x7F)
MEMOBUS/Modbus (0x4F)
F7-35 Terminal A2 Input Programmable:
Monitor parameter U1-14
F7-36 Drive Terminal
Programmable: MEMOBUS/Modbus (0x49)
S1 to S8
Monitor parameter U1-10
F7-37 Terminal A3 Input Programmable: MEMOBUS/Modbus (0x50)

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Name
F7-38 PG Count Value
(CH 2)
F7-39 NetRef (Status)
F7-40 Drive Software
Version

Description
Programmable: MEMOBUS/Modbus (0xF1)
Serial interface Control Response
Status of reference command from Network
0: Reference command is not from network
1: Reference command is from network
Programmable: MEMOBUS/Modbus (0x4D)
Monitor parameter U1-25

Possible extended error codes are listed in Table 11 and Table 12. If an error occurs, extended error code 0x02 (Register
number failure) is usually set.
Table 11 Extended Error Codes for Assembly 116/166
Error Code
0x00
0x01
0x02
0x21
0x22
0x23
0x24

Description
No error
Sub function code failure
Register number failure
Limit check error failure
Write failure
Write failure at Uv
Write failure at busy

Table 12 Extended Error Codes in Class 0x04 Instance 0xA6 Attribute 0x64
Dynamic Parameter
F7-23
F7-24
F7-25
F7-26
F7-27
F7-28
F7-29
F7-30
F7-31
F7-32
F7-33
F7-34
F7-35
F7-36
F7-37
F7-38
F7-39
F7-40
F7-41
F7-42

Byte Containing Extended Error Code


Byte 0
Byte 1
Byte 2
Byte 3
Byte 4
Byte 5
Byte 6
Byte 7
Byte 8
Byte 9
Byte 10
Byte 11
Byte 12
Byte 13
Byte 14
Byte 15
Byte 16
Byte 17
Byte 18
Byte 19

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u Identity Object 1 (Class 0x01)


n Services Supported
Service Code No. (Hex)
01
05
0E

Service Name
Get Attribute All
Reset
Get Attribute Single

n Attributes Supported
Instance
ID

Attribute

Vendor ID

Name

Description

Get

Set

Size

Range

Default

Word

Manufacturer code.
44 (2C H): Yaskawa Electric

Word

44 (Yaskawa)

Device Type

Device profile.
The profile for this product is an AC
drive.
2: AC drive

Word

2 (AC drives)

Product Code

Product codes determined by the


manufacturer.

Word

<1>

Revision

Word

Depends on software

Status

Software revision for the option.


Shows the communication status for
the drive.

Word

Serial Number Option serial number

Product Name Product name

Long
String
(14 Bytes)

Each unit is unique


Product-dependent
(i.e., CIMR-X)

Byte

3
State of the drive

Object Software Identity Object software revision


Revision

State

Operation status of the drive.


3: Drive ready
4: Fault

<1> Product code is 2 Bytes. The first Byte is the drive type and the second Byte is the model number of the drive.

u Assembly Object 4 (Class 0x04)


n Services Supported
Service Code No. (Hex)
0E
10

Service Name
Get Attribute Single
Set Attribute Single

n Attributes Supported
Instance
ID

Attribute

20

21

22

40

Name

Description

Object Software Show the EtherNet Object software


Revision
revision.
Same function as the Basic Speed
Data
Control
(Output Assembly)
Same function as the Extended Speed
Data
Control
(Output Assembly)
Same function as the Speed and Torque
Data
Control
(Output Assembly)

Get

Set

Size

Range

Default

Word

Array 4 Bytes

00 00 00 00

Array 4 Bytes

00 00 00 00

Array 6 Bytes

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Instance
ID

Attribute

Name

23

Data

70

Data

71

Data

72

Data

73

Data

100

Data

101

Data

115

Data

Description
Same function as the Extended Speed
and Torque Control
(Output Assembly)
Same function as the Basic Speed
Control
(Input Assembly)
Same function as the Extended Speed
Control
(Input Assembly)
Same function as the Extended Speed
and Torque Control
(Input Assembly)
Same function as the Speed Control
(Input Assembly)
Same function as the MEMOBUS/
Modbus Message Command (Output
Assembly)
Same function as the Standard Control
(Output Assembly)
Same function as the Extended Speed/
Torque Control (Output Assembly)

Get

Set

Size

Range

Array 6 Bytes

00 00 00 00 00 00

Array 4 Bytes

00 00 00 00

Array 4 Bytes

00 00 00 00

Array 6 Bytes

00 00 00 00 00 00

Array 6 Bytes

00 00 00 00 00 00

Array 5 Bytes

00 00 00 00 00

Array 8 Bytes

00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

Array 40
Bytes

Default

116

Data

Same function as the High Speed/


Torque Control (Output Assembly)

Array 44
Bytes

00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
00 00 00 00

150

Data

Same function as the MEMOBUS/


Modbus Message Command (Input
Assembly)

Array 5 Bytes

00 00 00 00 00

151

Data

Same function as the Standard Status


(Input Assembly)

Array 8 Bytes

00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

Data

Same function as the Extended Speed/


Torque Status (Input Assembly)

Array 40
Bytes

00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
00 00 00 00

155

166

Data

Same function as the High Speed/


Torque Status (Input Assembly)

Array 44
Bytes

u Motor Data Object 40 (Class 0x28)


n Services Supported
Service Code No. (Hex)
0E
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Instance
ID

Attribute

Name

Description

Object Software Motor Data Object software revision.


Revision
Differs depending on selected motor
control mode.
When set to OLV/PM (A1-02 = 5),
Motor Type value becomes 3 (PM motor).
When set to V/f (A1-02 = 0) or OLV
(A1-02 = 2), value becomes 7 (squirrel
cage motor).
rated current.
Rated Current Motor
Displayed in 0.1 A units. Changes
[0.1 A]
according to the current scale (CS).
rated voltage.
Rated Voltage Motor
Displayed in 1 V units. Changes
[1V]
according to the voltage scale (VS).

Get

Set

Size

Range

Default

Word

Byte

.
Depends on A1-02,
Control Method
Selection

Byte

Depends on capacity

Byte

Depends on capacity

u Control Supervisor Object 41 (Class 0x29)


n Services Supported
Service Code No. (Hex)
0E
10
05

Service Name
Get Attribute Single
Set Attribute Single
Reset

n Attributes Supported
Instance
ID

Attribute

42

Name

Description

Get

Set

Size

Range

Default

Object Software Revision number of the Control


Revision
Supervisor Object.

Word

Running
Run 1 (Forward Forward
Stop
Run Command) 0:
1: Forward Running

Byte

0, 1

Running
Run 2 (Reverse Reverse
Stop
Run Command) 0:
1: Reverse Running

Byte

0, 1

NetCtrl
(Command)

Byte

0, 1

State

Byte

Running 1
(FWD)

Byte

Running 1
(REV)

Byte

Ready

Byte

10

Faulted

Byte

Run command from Network


0: Depends on b1-02
1: Enables the run command from
network
Drive Status
2: Not Ready
3: Ready (Stopped)
4: Enabled (Run command present)
5: Deceleration to Stop
6: Fault Stop
7: Fault
Forward Running
0: Stop
1: Forward Running
Reverse Running
0: Stop
1: Reverse Running
Drive Ready
0: Not Ready
1: Ready
Drive Fault
0: No Drive Fault
1: Fault

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Instance
ID

Attribute

11

12

13

15

16

17

18

Name

Description

Warning
0: No Warning
1: Warning
Fault Reset
Fault Reset
0: No Fault Reset
1: Fault Reset
Current Fault
Refer
to Option Fault Code
Fault Code
Conversion Table on page 43 for
details.
Run Command from the option
The Run command is not from the
Control from 0:
Net (Status) option
1: Enables the Run command from
option
NetFaultMode Normal 2 (Vendor Specific)
External Fault
0: No External Fault
Force Fault
1: External Fault (EF0)
Triggered by the rising edge of the
signal.
Warning

Force Status

External Fault status


0: No External Fault
1: External Fault (EF0)
Triggered by the rising edge of the
signal.

Get

Set

Size

Range

Default

Byte

Byte

0, 1

Word

0000

Byte

Byte

Byte

0, 1

Byte

n Option Fault Code Conversion Table


Drive Fault Code (Hex)
(MEMOBUS/Modbus 0080 Hex)
0
2
3
4
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
24
25
26
27
28

Option Fault Code (Hex)

Description

0
3220
5110
3222
2120
2300
3210
4200
4210
2220
2200
2221
2222
7110
7112
9000
9000
9000
9000
9000
9000
7310
7310
7301
3130
3130

None
DC Bus Undervolt (Uv1)
CTL PS Undervolt (Uv2)
MC Answerback (Uv3)
Ground Fault (GF)
Over Current (oC)
DC Bus Overvolt (ov)
Heatsink Overtemp (oH)
Heatsink Max Temp (oH1)
Motor Overload (oL1)
Drive Overload (oL2)
Overtorque Det 1 (oL3)
Overtorque Det 2 (oL4)
DynBrk Transistor (rr)
DynBrk Resistor (rH)
External Fault 3 (EF3)
External Fault 4 (EF4)
External Fault 5 (EF5)
External Fault 6 (EF6)
External Fault 7 (EF7)
External Fault 8 (EF8)
Overspeed Det (oS)
Speed Deviation (dEv)
PG Open (PGo)
Input Phase Loss (PF)
Output Phase Loss (LF)

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Drive Fault Code (Hex)
(MEMOBUS/Modbus 0080 Hex)
29
30
31
32
33
34
37
39
40
41
42
43
50

Option Fault Code (Hex)

Description

5210
5300
6320
3210
7500
7500
8321
9000
8000
8000
8000
8000
8000

Motor Overheat 1 (PTC Input) (oH3)


Operator Disconnected (oPr)
EEPROM R/W Error (Err)
Motor OverHeat 2 (PTC Input) (oH4)
MEMBOUS/Modbus Com Fault (CE)
EtherNet/IP Communication Error (bUS)
Out of Control (CF)
External Fault 0 (EF0)
PID Feedback Loss (FbL)
Undertorque Detection 1 (UL3)
Undertorque Detection 2 (UL4)
High Slip Braking oL (oL7)
Z Pulse Fault Detection (dv1)

51
52
53
54
55
56
59
65
66
67
38
39
70
73
77
78
79

8000
8000
8000
8000
8000
7000
1000
8000
9000
9000
8000
8000
5000
8000
5000
7000
7000
1000

Z Pulse Noise Fault Detection (dv2)


Inversion Detection (dv3)
Inversion Prevention Detection (dv4)
Current Imbalance (LF2)
Pull-Out Detection (STo)
PG Hardware Fault (PGoH)
Too Many Speed Search Restarts (SEr)
Excessive PID Feedback (FbH)
External Fault (input terminal S1) (EF1)
External Fault (input terminal S2) (EF2)
Mechanical Weakening Detection 1 (oL5)
Mechanical Weakening Detection 2 (UL5)
Current Offset Fault (CoF)
DriveWorksEZ Fault (dwFL)
Output Voltage Detection Fault (voF)
Braking Resistor Fault (rF)
Braking Transistor Overload Fault (boL)
Other faults

u AC/DC Drive Object 42 (Class 0x2A)


n Services Supported
Service Code No. (Hex)
0E
10

Service Name
Get Attribute Single
Set Attribute Single

n Attributes Supported
Instance
ID

Attribute

44

Name

Description

Object Software Revision number of AC/DC drive


Revision
object
Speed Agree
AtReference 0:
1: Speed Agree
Status of reference command from
NetRef
EtherNet/ IP
(Command) 0: Reference command not from option
1: Reference command from the option

Get

Set

Size

Range

Default

Word

Byte

Byte

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Instance
ID

Attribute

11

Name

Description

Drive control mode.


0: OLV, OLV for PM (Read only),
OLV for PM (Read only)
Drive Mode Advanced
1: V/f
2: V/f with PG
3: CLV, CLV for PM (Read only)
Actual drive speed.
Speed Actual Unit is not affected by Speed Scale
(SS).
Frequency Reference.
Monitors the drive frequency
Speed Reference reference.
Unit is not affected by Speed Scale
(SS).
Actual Output Current.
Display is in the following units:
2A0004 to 2A0040, 4A0002 to
4A0023, 5A0007 to 5A0017: 0.01 A
units.
Current Actual 2A0056 to 2A0415, 4A0031 to
4A0675, 5A0022 to 5A0242: 0.1 A
units.
4A0930 and 4A1200: 1 A units.
Unit is not affected by Current Scale
(CS).
Output Torque Unit is affected
Torque Actual Drive
by Torque Scale (TS)

Get

Set

Size

Range

Default

Byte

0 to 3

Word

Word

Word

Word

Word

12

Torque
Reference/
Torque Limit

Torque Reference/Torque Limit


Sets the Torque Reference/Torque
Limit. The units are determined by the
Torque Scale.
Sets the Torque Reference when using
Torque Control (d5-01 = 1).
Sets the Torque Limit when using
Speed Control (d5-01 = 0)
The Torque Reference/Torque Limit
are disabled when F6-06 = 0.

15

Power Actual
(W)

Drive Output Power Unit is affected by


Power Scale (PS).

Word

16

Input Voltage
(V)

Drive Input Voltage


Unit is affected by Voltage Scale (VS).

Word

Dep. on capacity

17

Output Voltage Drive Output Voltage


(V)
Unit is affected by Voltage Scale (VS).

Word

18

Word

2710H

19

Word

2710H

20

Word

0 to 1100

21

Frequency Reference Upper Limit


(d2-01)

Word

0 to 1100

3E8H

22

Byte

-15 to 15

23

Byte

-15 to 15

24

Byte

-15 to 15

26

Setting for F7-17, scale of units for


speed related data.
Setting for F7-18, scale of units for
current related data.
Setting for F7-19, scale of units for
torque related data.
Setting for F7-20, scale of units for
power related data.

Byte

-15 to 15

Acceleration Time 1 (C1-01)


Accel Time (ms) Units set in parameter C1-10.
Unit is affected by Time Scale (TS).
Acceleration Time 1 (C1-02)
Decel Time (ms) Units set in parameter C1-10.
Unit is affected by Time Scale (TS).
Low Speed
Reference Lower Limit
Limit Percent of Frequency
(d2-02)
Max Speed
High Speed
Limit Percent of
Max Speed
Speed Scale
(-15 to 15)
Current Scale
(-15 to 15)
Torque Scale
(-15 to 15)
Power Scale
(-15 to 15)

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Instance
ID

Attribute

Name

27

28

Voltage Scale
(-15 to 15)
Time Scale
(-15 to 15)

29

Description

Setting for F7-21, scale of units for


voltage related data.
Setting for F7-22, scale of units for
speed related data.
Status of Reference Command
Reference from (1 = Network).
Net (Status) 0: As set by the drive parameters
1: Network

Get

Set

Size

Range

Default

Byte

-15 to 15

Byte

-15 to 15

Byte

u DLR Object 71 (Class 0x47)


Device Level Ring (DLR) is a layer 2 protocol allowing for redundancy in EtherNet/IP based ring topology networks. DLR
allows devices to be placed in a ring to reduce the need for switch hardware and cabling and allow for the detection and
recovery of faults in the ring. This option is a beacon based ring node implementation.
To set up a DLR network, configure a supervisor on the network prior to connecting and powering on all devices in the ring.
Establishing a ring without an active supervisor may cause a loss of communication to devices on the ring.
The supervisor precedence must be configured when setting up the supervisor. Typically, the default beacon rate is 400 ms to
allow for faster fault detection and recovery period and should be fast enough for devices to recover on the ring without losing
an I/O connection. The precedence value for the supervisor is used when more than one supervisor is present. When two
supervisors are on the network, the supervisor with the higher MAC address will become the supervisor and the other will
become a backup supervisor.
Yaskawa recommends that all devices in the ring be DLR capable. Add non-DLR devices to the ring through a DLR-capable
device, such as a 3-port ETAP.
Ensure that non-DLR devices placed in the ring meet the following requirements:
Disable MAC address learning
Do not use multicast filtering
Preserve VLAN tags.
Make sure that all switches in the ring are DLR-aware. Switches in the ring that are not DLR-aware may cause undesired
behavior due to MAC address learning of the supervisor beacon packets being received on two different switch ports.
Be sure to set the RPI only as fast as needed to limit the network traffic. Yaskawa supports RPIs down to 10 ms. However, if
a slower level of control is acceptable, a slower RPI setting will reduce network traffic.
Yaskawa also recommends setting up and configuring all devices prior to completing the ring by leaving one cable
disconnected. Make the last connection after configuring the nodes and supervisor.
Note:

DLR is supported in option software versions VST800341 and later.

n Services Supported
Service Code No. (Hex)
01
10

Service Name
Get Attribute All
Set Attribute Single

n Attributes Supported
Instance
ID

Attribute

46

Name

Description

Object Software Revision number of the DLR Object


Revision
Current network topology mode
Network
0: Linear
Topology
1: Ring
Current status of network
0: Normal
Ring fault
Network Status 1:
2: Unexpected loop detected
3: Partial network fault
4: Rapid fault/restore cycle

Get

Set

Size

Range

Default

Word

Byte

0, 1

Byte

0 to 4

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Instance
ID

Attribute

10

12

Note:

Name

Description

Struct of:
Supervisor IP Address = Long
Supervisor MAC Address = Array of
bytes
Capability Flags Describes DLR capabilities
Active
Supervisor
Address

Get

Set

Size

Range

Default

Struct

Long

0x00000002

Get Attribute All Service shall report in attribute ascending order.

u QoS Object 72 (Class 0x48)


n Services Supported
Service Code No. (Hex)
0E
10

Service Name
Get Attribute Single
Set Attribute Single

n Attributes Supported
Instance
ID

Attribute

DCSP Urgent

Name

Description

Get

Set

Size

Range

Default

Word

DSCP value for CIP transport class 0/1


Urgent priority messages

Byte

0 to 63

55

DSCP
Scheduled

DSCP value for CIP transport class 0/1


Scheduled priority messages

Byte

0 to 63

47

DSCP High

DSCP value for CIP transport class 0/1


High priority messages

Byte

0 to 63

43

DSCP Low

DSCP value for CIP transport class 0/1


Low priority messages

Byte

0 to 63

31

DSCP value for CIP explicit messages


DSCP Explicit and all other EtherNet/IP encapsulation
messages

Byte

0 to 63

27

Object Software Revision number of the QoS Object


Revision

u TCP/IP Object 245 (Class 0xF5)


n Services Supported
Service Code No. (Hex)
01
0E
10

Service Name
Get Attribute All
Get Attribute Single
Set Attribute Single

n Attributes Supported
Instance
ID

Attribute

Name

Description

Object Software Revision number of the TCP/IP Object


Revision
Bits 0-3 = Interface Status
0: Interface has not been configured
1: Interface Configuration is valid,
obtained from BOOTP, DHCP, or
NVRAM
Status
2: Interface Configuration is valid and
obtained from hardware settings
3: Reserved
Bit 4 = Multicast Pending
Bits 5-31 = Reserved

Get

Set

Size

Range

Default

Word

DWord

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Instance
ID

Attribute

Name

Configuration
Capability

Configuration
Control

Physical Link

Interface
Configuration

Host Name

10

Select ACD

Note:

11

Last Conflict
Detected

Description
Bit 0 = BOOTP Client
Bit 1 = DNS Client
Bit 2 = DHCP Client
Bit 3 = DHCP-DNS Update
Bit 4 = Configuration Settable
Bits 5-31 = Reserved
Bits 0-3 = Startup Configuration
0: NVRAM
1: BOOTP
2: DHCP
3: Reserved
Bit 4 =DNS Enabled (not supported)
Bits 5-31 = Reserved
Struct of:
Path Size: 0
Path: 0
Struct of:
IP Address = Long
Subnet Mask = Long
Gateway Address = Long
Name Server1 = Long
Name Server2 = Long
Domain Name = STRING
Host Name
Activates use of ACD
0: Disable ACD
1: Enable ACD
Structure containing information
related to the last conflict detected.
Struct of:
Bit 0: ACD Activity
Bits 1-7: Remote MAC
Bits 8-36: ARP PDU

Get

Set

Size

Range

Default

DWord

DWord

Struct

02H 00H 20H


F6H 24H 01H

Struct

STRING

64 char

Null

BOOL

0, 1

Struct

Get Attributes All Service shall report in attribute ascending order.

u Ethernet Link Object 246 (Class 0xF6)


n Services Supported
Service Code No. (Hex)
01
0E
10

Service Name
Get Attribute All
Get Attribute Single
Set Attribute Single

n Attributes Supported
Instance
ID

Attribute

48

Name

Description

Object Software Revision number of the TCP/IP Object


Revision
Max Instance

Number of

Instances
Interface Speed Interface speed currently in use

Get

Set

Size

Range

Default

Word

UINT

UINT

UDINT

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Instance
ID

Attribute

1
2

10
1

Name

Bit 0 = Link Status


Bit 1 = Duplex (0: Half/1: Full)
Bits 2-4 = Negotiation Status
0: In progress
1: Auto-negotiate failed
Interface Flags 2: Speed found, duplex not found
3: Successful
4: Not attempted
Bit 5 = Manual Setting requires restart
Bit 6 = Local hardware fault
Bits 7-31 = Reserved
Physical
Address (MAC) MAC address
Struct of:
Control Bits: Word
Interface
Bit 0 = Auto-negotiate
Control
Bit 1 = Forced Duplex Mode
Bits 2-15 = Reserved
Forced Int Speed: Word
Interface Label

Interface Speed Interface speed currently in use


Bit 0 = Link Status
Bit 1 = Duplex (0: Half/1: Full)
Bits 2-4 = Negotiation Status
0: In progress
1: Auto-negotiate failed
Interface Flags 2: Speed found, duplex not found
3: Successful
4: Not attempted
Bit 5 = Manual Setting requires restart
Bit 6 = Local hardware fault
Bits 7-31 = Reserved

Interface
Control

10

Interface Label

Note:

Description

Struct of:
Control Bits: Word
Bit 0 = Auto-negotiate
Bit 1 = Forced Duplex Mode
Bits 2-15 = Reserved
Forced Int Speed: Word

Get

Set

Size

Range

Default

DWord

Array of 6
Bytes

Struct

O
O

Short String
UDINT

Port 1

DWord

Struct

Short String

Port 2

Get Attributes All Service shall report in attribute ascending order.

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u Yaskawa Drive Parameters Object 100 (Class 0x64)


n Services Supported
Service Code No. (Hex)
0E
10

Service Name
Get Attribute Single
Set Attribute Single

This is a dynamic explicit Class Object. With this Class object any drive parameter with a MEMOBUS/Modbus address greater
than 0x00FF can be accessed. The mapping of Class Object instance/attribute to MEMOBUS/Modbus address is as follows.
Given a typical MEMOBUS/Modbus Address of 0xXXYY
The EtherNet/IP Instance value is equal to XX
The EtherNet/IP Attribute value is equal to YY
As an example, to access parameter b5-12 (MEMOBUS/Modbus Address =0x01B0)
Class Object is 100 (0x64) (Always for this Class Object)
Instance = 0x01
Attribute = 0xB0

n Storing Changed Parameters


Writing a zero to 0x0900 (Enter) stores changed parameters to the non-volatile memory of the drive. Writing a 0 to 0x0910
(Accept) allows the drive to use the changed parameters. Reading Enter Command 0x0900 or Accept Command 0x910 will
always return a value of 0x0001.
Performing a RAM-ENTER to Store Register Data

Parameter H5-11 is used to decide whether a RAM-ENTER will be done on the writes to registers in the drive. If H5-11 = 1
(default), the option will issue the RAM-ENTER with the parameter writes. If H5-11 = 0, no RAM-ENTER is issued and an
ENTER command must be explicitly sent by the user for the parameter to be activated after a write.
Explicit writes to RAM-ENTER (0x910) and ROM-ENTER (0x900) are handled as special cases. If a user writes a 0 to RAMENTER or ROM-ENTER, the command will be executed in the drive. If a user writes a 1 to those registers, the command will
not be executed but returns a success to the explicit write on the network. Writing a value other than 0 or 1 will result in an
error response of Invalid Attribute Value on the network.
Note:

Performing the RAM-ENTER increases the processing time of the writes and increases the response time to explicit writes.

n Attributes Supported
Instance
ID

Attribute

Name

00

01

YY

YY

Object Software
Revision
MEMOBUS/
Modbus
Register
0x0100
MEMOBUS/
Modbus
Register
0x0101
MEMOBUS/
Modbus
Registers
0x0100 to
0x01FF
MEMOBUS/
Modbus
Registers
0x0200 to
0x02FF

50

Description

Get

Set

Size

Range

Default

Yaskawa Drive Parameters object


software revision

Word

Language selection

Word

0 to 2

Parameter access level

Word

0 to 2

MEMOBUS/Modbus Registers
0x0100 to 0x01FF

Word

MEMOBUS/Modbus Registers
0x0200 to 0x02FF

Word

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Instance
ID
...

Attribute

Name

Description

Get

Set

Size

Range

Default

...

...

...

Word

255

YY

...
MEMOBUS/
Modbus
Registers
0xFF00 to
0xFFFF

Word

Note:

MEMOBUS/Modbus Registers
0xFF00 to 0xFFFF

1. Attempting to set a read-only parameter results in an EtherNet/IP error code of 0x0E, Attribute Not Settable.
2. Attempting to access an invalid parameter results in an EtherNet/IP error code of 0x09, Invalid Attribute Value.
3. Refer to the MEMOBUS/Modbus Data Table in the MEMOBUS/Modbus Communications chapter of the drive manual for a list of
monitor data using the MEMOBUS/Modbus message area.

u Yaskawa Monitor/Control Object 125 (Class 0x7D)


n Services Supported
Service Code No. (Hex)
0E
10

Service Name
Get Attribute Single
Set Attribute Single

This is a dynamic explicit Class Object. With this Class object any parameter with a MEMOBUS/Modbus address less than
0x0100 can be accessed. This class is similar to the Drive Parameters Object Class 100, Object Class 100 differs slightly from
Object Class 125. In Object Class 125 the most significant byte of MEMOBUS/Modbus address is always zero and the Instance
ID remains at 1.
Given a typical MEMOBUS/Modbus Address 0f 0x00YY
The EtherNet/IP Instance value is equal to 0x01
The EtherNet/IP Attribute value is equal to YY
As an example, to access Drive Status (MEMOBUS/Modbus Address = 0x002C)
Class Object is 125 (0x7D) (Always for this Class Object)
Instance = 0x01
Attribute = 0x2C

n Attributes Supported
Instance
ID

Attribute

0
1
1
..
1

1
1
2
..
255

Note:

MEMOBUS/
Modbus
Address

0x0001
0x0002
..
0x00FF

Description
Object Software Revision
Drive Command Bits
Frequency Instruction
..
Unused

Get

Set

Size

Range

Default

O
O
O
O
O

O
O
O
O

Word
Word
Word
Word
Word

1
0
4

1. Attempting to set a read-only parameter results in an EtherNet/IP error code of 0x0E, Attribute Not Settable.
2. Attempting to access an invalid parameter results in an EtherNet/IP error code of 0x09, Invalid Attribute Value.
3. Refer to the MEMOBUS/Modbus Data Table in the MEMOBUS/Modbus Communications chapter of the drive manual for a list of
monitor data using the MEMOBUS/Modbus message area.

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Web Interface

The option contains a series of web pages that allow for viewing of status and diagnostic information through a standard web
browser.
The web page is accessed through a self-contained web server at port 80. Access the home page by typing the IP address of
the option in a web browser. Example: "http://192.168.1.20"
The IP address of the option can be read using monitors U6-80 to U6-83 on the digital operator if it is unknown. Refer to
Option Monitors on page 19 for details.
The home page is an HTML-based page providing basic drive and option data and a link to an enhanced web page requiring
a Java enabled web browser.
Enhanced Web Page Notes:
The Enhanced Web Pages use a series of Java applets.
PCs must have Java SE 6 Update 14 or later installed to view the enhanced web pages.
The Java applets require an internet connection to check the revocation status.
When no internet connection is available, disable the revocation check by changing a Java setting in the PC: All Programs /
Java / Configure Java / Advanced Tab. Set "Perform certificate checks on" to "Do not check".
Enhanced Web Page Tab
Main Tab
Drive Status Tab
Network Tab
Email Alerts Tab
Parameter Access Tab <1>
Configuration
Custom Tab

Tab <1>

Page
53
54
54
55
56
57
58

<1> Accessible after entering a valid password.

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u HTML Home Page


The HTML home page provides basic drive and option data and a link to an enhanced web page.

VST800340
CIMR-AU2A0004

Figure 11 HTML Home Page

u Main Tab
The Main tab shows basic option information such as IP address, MAC address, and firmware version.

VST800340
CIMR-AU2A0004

Figure 12 Main Tab View

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u Drive Status Tab


The Drive Status tab shows basic I/O information and drive state information.

Figure 13 Drive Status Tab View

u Network Tab
The Network tab shows the status of the option network traffic and the status of open I/O connections.

Figure 14 Network Tab View


Table 13 Network Monitor Descriptions
Network Monitor
Msg Tx OK
Msg Rx OK

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Explanation
Cumulative number of messages transmitted successfully from the option.
Cumulative number of messages received successfully to the option.

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Network Monitor
Current Connections
Control Connection Delta
Time
Msg Tx Dropped
Msg Rx Dropped
Collisions
Msg Tx Errors
Msg Rx Errors
Tx Retry

Explanation
Current number of open connections.
The time between the last two writes to the Control register, MEMOBUS/Modbus address 0001H.
Cumulative number of messages dropped due to output network buffer being full and unable to hold the new message.
Cumulative number of messages dropped due to input network buffer being full and unable to hold the new message.
Cumulative number of collisions (half duplex only) reported by the MAC/PHY (Media Access Control/Physical
Connection).
Cumulative number of transmit underruns and transmit stops reported by the MAC/PHY.
Cumulative number of receive overruns, receive stops, and receive error frames reported by the MAC/PHY.
Cumulative number of transmits in which the 1st attempt was delayed due to busy medium reported by the MAC/PHY.

u Email Alerts Tab


The Email Alerts tab allows the user to configure four Email Fault/Alarm conditions. When the condition is true, one email
will be sent to the provided email address. Another email will not be sent until the condition becomes false and then true again.
A 30-second timer prevents emails from being sent when conditions reoccur immediately after being removed. The timer helps
limit the amount of emails sent regarding the same intermittent condition and helps to reduce network traffic by reducing
emails about reoccurring errors.

Figure 15 Email Alerts Tab View

n Conditional Email Set-up


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Define the condition that will trigger the email by selecting a monitor parameter, a comparator, and a value. Set up
comparator values for the range of values to check in the chosen condition. If choosing only one condition and no OR
or AND are needed, set the OR/AND drop-down selection to NotUsed.
Enter the email address where the alert will be sent.
Enter the message that will appear in the email contents.
Enter the email subject.
Click the Email Active check box to enable the alert.

Clicking Save to device will save the entered information into the option memory.
Clicking Cancel and reload will cancel any pending edits and display the most recently saved settings from the option board.

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u Parameter Access Tab


The Parameter Access tab allows the user to read and write parameters from the drive. Write access is restricted until a valid
password is entered.

Figure 16 Parameter Access Tab View

The MEMOBUS/Modbus address for the drive parameter being accessed must be entered in hexadecimal. The number must
begin with 0x to signify hexadecimal. Clicking Read will load and display the current value of the given MEMOBUS/
Modbus Address.
Clicking Set will save the given value to the given MEMOBUS/Modbus address.
After a Read or Set command is given, Status will display Waiting while the action is being carried out, then Complete
is displayed when finished.

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u Configuration Tab
The Configuration tab sets web page behavior parameters. Access is restricted unless a valid password is entered.

Figure 17 Configuration Tab View

n Security Login
Enter a valid password and click Log in. The button text will change to Log out and the status will change to Logged
in.
Note:

The default security password is yaskawa.

This password can be changed in the Change Password section of the tab. Entering a valid password allows access to the
settings in the Configuration tab, Email Alerts tab, and the Parameter Access tab.

n Change Password
To change the password, enter the new password in the New Password: and Confirm Password: text boxes then click
Change password. The Status display will change to Idle then Changing Password then Password Changed. If the
passwords in the two text boxes do not match, the Status will display Passwords dont match.

n Option Card
The values displayed in the various tabs are refreshed at the rate defined in the Applet Refresh Rate (ms) text box. Enter
values in the range of 1000 ms to 65.535 seconds.
Parameter Security can be enabled or disabled by clicking one of the radio buttons. When Disabled is selected, no password
is necessary and all functions in the web pages will be available. When Enabled is selected, a valid password must be entered
to edit email settings and to write parameters.

n Email Settings
The Email Server IP text box must contain the IP address of the email server. The subnet address is configured in drive
parameters F7-05 through F7-08. The configured email alerts will use the server at this address when sending emails.
Enter the email server port in the Email Port text box.
The value in the From Email Address text box identifies the origin of the email alerts to the recipient.
Click Submit Email Parameters to save the email settings to the option.
Click Save Configuration Parameters to Flash to save the entered values from this tab into non-volatile memory. These
values will then be remembered after cycling power.

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n General Settings
Click Save Options Card Parameters to save the Applet Refresh Rate and the Parameter Security settings to the option.

u Custom Tab
The Custom tab displays a selection of quick setting parameters.

Figure 18 Custom Tab View

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Troubleshooting

u Drive-Side Error Codes


Drive-side error codes appear on the drive digital operator. Causes of the errors and corrective actions are listed below. Refer
to the drive manual for additional error codes that may appear on the drive digital operator.

n Faults
Both bUS (Option Communication Error) and EF0 (Option Card External Fault) can appear as an alarm or as a fault. When a
fault occurs, the digital operator ALM LED remains lit. When an alarm occurs, the ALM LED flashes.
If communication stops while the drive is running, use the following questions as a guide to help remedy the fault:
Is the option properly installed?
Are the communication lines properly connected to the option? Are the wires loose?
Is the controller program working? Has the controller/PLC CPU stopped?
Did a momentary power loss interrupt communications?
Digital Operator Display
bUS
Cause

Fault Name
Option Communication Error
The connection was lost after establishing initial communication.
Only detected when the Run command or frequency reference is assigned to the option (b1-01 = 3 or
b1-02 = 3).

Master controller (PLC) has stopped


communicating

Possible Solution
Check that power is supplied to the PLC
Check that PLC is not in program mode

Communication cable is not connected


properly

Check for faulty wiring


Correct any wiring problems

A data error occurred due to noise

Option is damaged

If there are no problems with the wiring and the error continues to occur, replace the option.

Check the various options available to minimize the effects of noise


Counteract noise in the control circuit, main circuit, and ground wiring
If a magnetic contactor is identified as a source of noise, install a surge absorber to the contactor coil
Make sure the cable used meets requirements
Make sure the option ground wire is connected between option FE terminal and the drive ground
terminal connected to earth ground

Digital Operator Display

Fault Name

Option Card External Fault


The alarm function for an external device has been triggered.
Cause
Possible Solutions
An external fault was received from the PLC Remove the cause of the external fault.
and F6-03 is set to a value other than 3.
Remove the external fault input from the PLC.
Problem with the PLC program
Check the PLC program and correct problems.
EF0

Digital Operator Display


oFA00
Cause

Fault Name
Option Card Connection Error at Option Port CN5-A
Option compatibility error
Possible Solution

Digital Operator Display


oFA01

Fault Name
Option Card Fault at Option Port CN5-A
Option not properly connected

Cause

Possible Solution
Turn off the power and reconnect the option card.
The option card connection to port CN5-A is Check if the option card is properly plugged into the option port. Make sure the card is fixed properly.
If the option is not a communication option card, try to use the card in a different option port. If the
faulty
option card works properly in a different option port, CN5-A is damaged, and the drive requires
replacement. If the error persists (oFb01 or oFC01 occur), replace the option card.

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Digital Operator Display

Fault Name

to

oFA03 to oFA06

oFA10, oFA11

to

oFA12 to oFA17

Option Card Connection Error (CN5-A)

to

oFA30 to oFA43

Communication Option Card Connection Error (CN5-A)

Cause
Option card or hardware is damaged

Option Card Error Occurred at Option Port CN5-A

Possible Solution
Cycle power to the drive.
If the problem continues, replace the control board or the entire drive. Contact Yaskawa or a Yaskawa
representative for instructions on replacing the control board.

Digital Operator Display


oFb00

Fault Name
Option Card Fault at Option Port CN5-B
Option compatibility error

Cause
The option card installed into port CN5-B is
incompatible with the drive

Possible Solution
Confirm that the drive supports the option card to be installed.
Refer to Option Compatibility on page 62 for details. Contact Yaskawa for assistance.

A communication option card has been


installed in option port
CN5-B

Communication option cards are only supported by option port CN5-A. It is not possible to install more
than one communication option.

Digital Operator Display


oFb02
Cause
An option card of the same type is already
installed in option port CN5-A
An input option card is already installed in
option port CN5-A
Digital Operator Display

Fault Name
Option Card Fault at Option Port CN5-B
Same type of option card is currently connected
Possible Solution
Except for PG options, only one of each option card type can only be installed simultaneously. Make sure
only one type of option card is connected.
Refer to Option Compatibility on page 62 for details. Contact Yaskawa for assistance.
Install a communication option, a digital input option, or an analog input option. More than one of the
same type of card cannot be installed simultaneously.

Cause
The option card installed into port CN5-C is
incompatible with the drive

Fault Name
Option Card Connection Error at Option Port CN5-C
Option compatibility error
Possible Solution
Confirm that the drive supports the option card to be installed.
Refer to Option Compatibility on page 62 for details. Contact Yaskawa for assistance.

A communication option card has been


installed in option port
CN5-C

Communication option cards are only supported by option port CN5-A. It is not possible to install more
than one communication option.

oFC00

Digital Operator Display


oFC02
Cause
An option card of the same type is already
installed in option port CN5-A or CN5-B.
An input option card is already installed in
option port CN5-A or CN5-B.

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Fault Name
Option Card Fault at Option Port CN5-C
Same type of option card is currently connected
Possible Solution
Except for PG options, only one of each option card type can only be installed simultaneously. Make sure
only one type of option card is connected.
Install a communication option, a digital input option, or an analog input option. More than one of the
same type of card cannot be installed simultaneously.

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n Minor Faults and Alarms


Digital Operator Display
CALL

Minor Fault Name


Serial Communication Transmission Error
Communication has not yet been established.

Cause

Minor Fault
(H2-oo = 10)

Possible Solutions

Communications wiring is faulty, there is a Check for wiring errors.


short circuit, the wiring is incorrect, or the Correct the wiring.
connections are poor.
Check for disconnected cables and short circuits. Repair as needed.
Programming error on the master side.
Check communications at start-up and correct programming errors.
Perform a self-diagnostics check.
Communications circuitry is damaged.
If the problem continues, replace the control board or the entire drive. Contact
Yaskawa for instructions on replacing the control board.
Termination resistor setting is incorrect.

YES

Install a termination resistor at both ends of a communication line. Set the internal
termination resistor switch correctly on slave drives. Place DIP switch S1 to the
ON position.

n bUS Fault Tolerance


bUS Fault Auto-Restart

Parameter F6-14, bUS Fault Auto Reset Select, will appear when the option is installed.
Setting F6-14 = 0 (Disabled) or F6-01 = 3 or greater (Alarm only) will not affect standard default drive behavior.
Setting F6-14 = 1 (Enabled) AND F6-01 3 (Fault) will cause the following operation: The bUS fault occurs after the F7-16
delay and the Run command is removed from the drive. Then the option throws a bUS fault to the drive. When the condition
is removed, the option commands a fault reset and returns control of the drive to the EtherNet/IP network.
Note:

The option will only read parameter F6-01 and F6-14 from the drive during power-up.

bUS Fault Delay

Parameter F7-16, Communications Loss Detection Time Delay, will appear when the option is installed.
The setting value of F7-16 is the length of time that the option will delay sending the bUS fault to the drive.
The status LEDs on the option are not affected by the delay time set in F7-16; the LEDs will indicate the bUS condition
immediately.
Note:

The option will only read parameter F7-16 from the drive during power-up.

n Explicit Message Communications Errors


When there is a problem with a request message sent from the master in explicit communications, the drive will return one of
the following error codes.
Table 14 Communications Errors and Solutions
Error
Code
(Hex)

Description

Cause

Possible Solution

08

Service not supported

The service code is incorrect.

Correct the service code.

09

Invalid attribute value

The attribute is incorrect.

Correct the attribute.

0C

Object state conflict

Attempted to change a drive constant that cannot be


changed while the drive is running.

Stop the drive.

0E

Attribute not settable

Attempted to change a read-only attribute.

Correct the service code or attribute setting.

13

Not enough data

The data size is incorrect.

Correct the data size.

14

Attribute not supported

Attempted to execute a service not defined for the


attribute.

Correct the service code or attribute setting.

15

Too much data

The data size is incorrect.

Correct the data size.

16

Object does not exist

An unsupported object was specified.

Correct the class or instance setting.

Vendor-specific error

Attempted to change a drive constant that cannot be


changed while the drive is running.
Stop the drive.
Attempted to change a drive constant to a value outside Specify a value within the setting range.
the setting range.

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Error
Code
(Hex)
20

Description

Cause

Attempted to change to a data value outside the setting Specify a data value within the setting range.
range.

Invalid parameter

Note:

Possible Solution

Refer to the MEMOBUS/Modbus Data Table in the MEMOBUS/Modbus Communications chapter of the drive manual for a list of monitor
data using the MEMOBUS/Modbus message area.

u Option Error Codes


n Option Fault Monitors U6-98 and U6-99
The option can declare error/warning conditions via drive monitor parameters on the drive digital operator as shown in Table
15.
Table 15 Option Fault Monitor Descriptions
Fault Condition

Fault Declared

No Fault

n/a

Status Value
(U6-98/U6-99)
0

Force Fault

EF0

Network sent a message to force this node to the fault


state.

Network Link Down


Connection Timeout

BUS ERROR
BUS ERROR

1100
1101

Duplicate IP Address

BUS ERROR

1102

No network link to option.


The node timer (Requested Packet Interval) timed out.
This node and at least one other node have the same IP
Address.

Default MAC Address

None

1103

Factory default MAC Address programmed into the


option. Return for reprogramming.

Description
No faults

Two drive monitor parameters, U6-98 and U6-99 assist the user in network troubleshooting.
U6-98 displays the first declared fault since the last power cycle. U6-98 is only cleared upon drive power-up.
U6-99 displays the present option status. U6-99 is cleared upon a network-issued fault reset and upon power-up.
If another fault occurs while the original fault is still active, parameter U6-98 retains the original fault value and U6-99 stores
the new fault status value.

u Option Compatibility
A limited number of options may be simultaneously connected to the drive depending on the type of option.
Table 16 below lists the number of options that can be connected to the drive and the drive ports for connecting those options.
Table 16 Option Installation
Option
PG-B3, PG-X3
PG-F3 <2> <3> , PG-RT3 <2>
AO-A3, DO-A3

<3>

SI-B3 <3> , SI-C3, SI-EN3 <3> , SI-EN3D, SI-EM3 <3> , SI-EP3 <3> , SIES3 <3> , SI-ET3 <3> , SI-N3, SI-P3, SI-S3, SI-T3, SI-W3 <3> , AI-A3 <4> ,
DI-A3 <4>
<1>
<2>
<3>
<4>

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Port/Connector

Number of Options Possible

CN5-C

2 <1>

CN5-C

CN5-A, B, C

CN5-A

When connecting two PG option cards, use both CN5-B and CN5-C. When connecting only one PG option card, use the CN5-C connector.
Not available for the application with Motor 2 Selection.
Not available with models 4A0930 and 4A1200.
When using AI-A3 and DI-A3 as monitors, the card can be connected to any of CN5-A, CN5-B or CN5-C. The input status of AI-A3 can then be
viewed using U1-21, U1-22, and U1-23, and the input status of DI-A3 can then be viewed using U1-17.

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Specifications
Table 17 Option Specifications
Item

Specification

Model

SI-EN3D

Supported Messages

Physical Layer Type

Explicit: Explicit Class 3, Unconnected


I/O: Class 1, Listen Only, Input Only
Input: 8 types (4 to 44 Bytes)
Output: 8 types (4 to 44 Bytes)
Composite Test Revision: CT11 Passed
AC Drive
RJ45 8-pin Straight Connector STP Cat5e cable
Isolated Physical Layer
TCP Protocol Transformer Isolated

IP Address Setting

Programmable from drive keypad or network

Communication Speed

Programmable from drive keypad or network:


10/100 Mbps, auto-negotiate

Number of Connections

I/O: 2
Explicit: 6

Duplex Mode
Address Startup Mode
Ambient Temperature
Humidity
Storage Temperature
Area of Use
Altitude

Half-forced, Auto-negotiate, Full-forced


Static, BOOTP, DHCP
-10 C to +50 C (14 F to 122 F)
95% RH or lower with no condensation
-20 C to +60 C (-4 F to +140 F) allowed for short-term transport of the product
Indoor (free of corrosive gas, airborne particles, etc.)
1000 m (3280 ft.) or lower

I/O Assembly Instance


SI-EN3D Specification
SI-EN3D Profile
Connector Type

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#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 AMERICA, INC.

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 ap ply.
Specifications are subject to change without notice for ongoing product modifications and improvements.
2014 YASKAWA AMERICA, INC. All rights reserved.

MANUAL NO. SIEP YAICOM 16A


Published in USA May 2014 14-5