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Guia Rápido M100

Start-up guide of LSLV-M100

Installation space Side-by-side installation Mounting precaution

Download manual
For detailed information on installation and commissioning, full version of the M100
manual can be downloaded at www.lsis.com
Verify & Identify the delivery
• Inspect the drive for damage. If the drive appears
damaged upon receipt, contact your supplier.
• Verify receipt of the correct model by checking
the information on the nameplate as shown below.
If you have received the wrong model, contact your supplier.

Mount the drive
• Ensure that there is sufficient space to meet the clearance specifications, and that there are no obstacles
impeding the cooling fan’s air flow as shown below.
• When installing multiple drives into the same enclosure panel (Side-by-side installation), mount the drives
with the minimum clearance of 2 mm while removing optional top covers.

• Install the drive in an environment that meet the conditions such as ambient temperature (-10℃ to 50℃), Humanity
(95% relative humidity or free of condensation), altitude (below 1,000m) and vibration (below 1G [9.8 m/sec2])
• DIN-Rail mounting is available.

LSLV 0022 M100 1 E O F N S
Motor capacity

Series name
Input voltage

Keypad

UL type

EMC filter

DC Reactor

I /O

0001 - 0.1kW
0002 - 0.2kW
0004 - 0.4kW

0008 - 0.75kW
0015 - 1.5kW
0022 - 2.2kW

1 - Single phase 200V - 240V

E - LED keypad

O - UL open type

F - Built-in EMC filter[C2]

N - No built-in DC reactor

S - Standard type A - Advanced type

2mm 2mm

Optional top cover

5cm(2”)
minimum

5cm(2”)

5cm(2”)

minimum

10cm(4”)

10cm(4”)

LSIS Co., Ltd. | 01

LSLV0022M100-1EOFNS
INPUT 200-240V 1Phase 50/60Hz
10.0A
OUTPUT 0-Input V 3Phase 0.01-400Hz
3.8kVA
Ser. No 55025310146
Inspected by D. K. YU
KCC-REM-LSR-XXXXXXX

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Start-up guide of LSLV-M100

0.1~0.2 kW (Single phase) 0.4–0.75 kW (Single phase) 1.5–2.2 kW (Single phase)

IM IMIM IM IMIM IM IMIM

Connect drive: power
• The following figures show main circuit terminal arrangement on the drive.
• WARNING! B1, B2 terminals are for the brake resistor. Do not connect B1, B2 terminals to earth ground.
• WARNING! Power supply cables must be connected to R and T terminals.
Connecting power cables to the U, V, and W terminals will cause internal damage to the drive.

Connect drive: control
• The figures below show the control circuit terminal arrangement on the drive.
• Refer to the list of factory default value as below.

Terminal Parameter Code Factory Default
P1 In-65 Fx
P2 In-66 Rx
P3 In-67 Emergency stop
P4* In-68 RESET
P5* In-69 JOG
V1 - -
I2* - -

SW1 Sink/Source selection
SW2* Voltage/Current selection
for terminal I2
SW3* RS485 termination resistor

P1 AO

P24

C2
A2

C1
A1
B1

P2
P3
P4
P5
CM
VR

CM
I2

Digital input Digital input

Analog input

Analog input

Analog
output

P1 AO

< Standard I/O > < Advanced I/O >

P24

Q1

C1
A1
B1

RJ45
Remote

SW1
NPN PNP SW1
NPN PNP

SW2
V I

EG

P2
P3
CM

VR
V1
CM

Analog
output
24V

Open
collector
output

Relay
output

Relay
output

Relay
output

>

Analog Input

Termin ation
Resistor

SW3
ON OFF

RJ45
Remote/
485Com

V1

Terminal Parameter Code Factory Default
Q1/EQ** OU-32 Fault
A1/B1/C1 OU-31 Fault
A2/C2* OU-32 Fault
AO OU-01 Output frequency
* This is available only on Advanced I/O
** This is available only on Standard I/O.

1-phase AC
Input

1-phase AC
Input

1-phase AC
Input

Motor Motor Motor

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Keypad: description

Set parameters and monitor the operation

Key Name Description
[RUN] key Starts the drive. (Activates RUN command.)
[STOP/RESET] key RSTOP: Stops the drive.

ESET: Resets the drive to clear fault situation.
[▲] key, [▼] key Scrolls up and down to select parameter codes, setting values, etc.
[MODE/SHIFT] key Moves the parameter groups or moves the cursor in parameter setting mode.

[ENTER] key

Moves the value setting mode from the parameter selection mode.
Saves the set values after adjusting the parameter values.
Moves the drive status screen from the fault screen when a fault occurs.
[Volume] key Sets the output frequency.

RUN STOP
RESET

MODE
SHIFT

ENT

RUN STOP
RESET

MODE
SHIFT

ENT

RUN STOP
RESET

MODE
SHIFT

ENT

MODE
SHIFT

ENT

MODE
SHIFT

ENT

No. Name Description
➊ 7-Segment Display pDisplays current operational status and

arameter information.
➋ SET Indicator LED flashes in parameter setting mode.
➌ RUN Indicator aLED is lit during operation while flashing during

cceleration or deceleration.
➍ FWD Indicator LED is lit during forward operation.
➎ REV Indicator LED is lit during reverse operation.

• Output Current Monitoring

• Fault Trip Monitoring

Set Parameters Monitor The Operating Status

Operation
Output
Current
Output
frequency

Operation

Operation
Output
Current
Output
frequency

Operation

※ Basic Parameters in Operation Group
• Only 18 parameters are shown in the first group to
run the drive basically.
• The other groups are shown when “1” is set in the
parameter OGr.
• Group Selection
- The key allows to move from one group to the
next in one direction only.
• Code Selection
- The keys allow to select the parameter code.
• Parameters value setting
- The keys allow to adjust parameter values.
- The set value is saved by pressing the key twice.

RUN STOP
RESET

MODE
SHIFT

ENT

RUN STOP
RESET

MODE
SHIFT

ENT

RUN STOP
RESET

MODE
SHIFT

ENT

RUN STOP
RESET

MODE
SHIFT

RUN STOP ENT
RESET

MODE
SHIFT

ENT

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Basic set-up procedure
• In this step the motor is checked for proper direction
and operation. This test is to be performed solely from
the Keypad. Apply power to the drive after all the
electrical connections have been made and protective
covers have been reattached.

• Observe the motor’s rotation from the load side and
ensure that the motor rotates counterclockwise
(forward).
• If the motor rotation is not correct, change the
wiring of the motor. (ex. U-V-W > V-U-W)

• This step shows how to setup the sequence and
reference method of the drive. The sequence method
determines how the drive receives its start and stop
command and the reference method determines how
the speed of the motor is controlled. Make sure all
protective covers have been reattached and power is
turned on.
• Select start / Stop method

Motor direction inspection Start/Stop and speed source settings

0: Keypad Fx Rx

24 P1 P2 P3 CM

1: Fx/Rx-1
2: Fx/Rx-2
Please refer to user’s manual

0 Keypad Factory default
1 Fx/Rx-1
2 Fx/Rx-2
3 RS-485 communication Advanced I/O

RUN STOP
RESET

MODE
SHIFT

RUN STOP ENT
RESET

MODE
SHIFT

ENT

• Select frequency method

3: V1, 0-10[V]

0 ~ 10 Vdc Potentiometer: 1-5KΩ

+

24 P1 P2 P3 CM 24 P1 P2 P3 CM
EG Q1 VR V1 A0 CM EG Q1 VR V1 A0 CM

2: VO, 0-5[V]

0 Keypad 1 Factory default
1 Keypad 2
2 V0: 0–5 [V] Built-in volume
3 V1: 0–10 [V] External source
4 I2( I ): 0–20 [mA]
Advanced I/O

5 I2(V): 0–10 [V]
6 V0 + I2 ( I )
7 V0 + I2 (V)
8 V0 + V1
9 RS-485 communication Advanced I/O
10 Up-down operation

RUN

MODE
SHIFT

MODE
SHIFT

MODE
SHIFT

MODE
SHIFT

ENT

ENT

ENT

ENT

ENT ENT

Operation

Operation

Operation

Operation

Operation

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※ If the reset signal is given manually via terminal or keypad,
the restart count initializes to the set no.
in Pr-09_Auto restart count.
※ When fault doesn’t occur for 30 seconds, the remaining
restart count recovers 1 by 1.
※ The Auto Restart function will not be activated if the drive
stops due to the following fault trips:
- Low voltage, Emergency stop (Bx), Inverter overheating,
or hardware diagnosis
• Example)
* Pr09=3, Pr09=5.0sec

Group Code Name Setting Range
Pr

09 Auto restart count 0~10
10 Auto restart delay time

after trip 0.0~60.0 sec

• This step shows how to set up and use an Auto Restart
function of the drive.
• This feature is enabled only when a digital input
terminal is configured as a command input device.

Group Code Name Parameter Setting

In

65 P1 function setting

5: Multi-step speed–low
6: Multi-step speed–middle
7: Multi-step speed–high

66 P2 function setting
67 P3 function setting
68* P4 function s etting
69* P5 function setting

Group Code Setting Value
Op drv 1 (default: value)

In

65(P1) 0 (default: value)
67(P3) 5
68(P4) 6
69(P5) 7

• Example)
* Command source: Terminal
* I/O Type: Advanced I/O

• This step shows how to set up and use the multi-step
frequency of the drive.

* This is available only on Advanced I/O

24 P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 CM

Multi-Step frequency Auto restart

Group Code Name BIT Function
Cn 71 Speed search

selection

--1-
(0010)

Initialization after
a fault trip

• Speed search - When a fault occurs, the motor is
normally rotating at a free-run state. In order to
operate the system without any additional fault due to
rotating motor, speed search feature needs to be
activated.

Trip
Occurrence

Trip
Occurrence

Restart

Output
Frequency

Trip Status

Trip
Occurrence

Trip
Occurrence

Pr10
= 5sec

Pr10
= 5sec

30 sec

Recover
1 count

Restart Restart

Remaining
Restart Count 3 2 1 2

Output
Frequency
Speed7
Speed6
Speed5
Speed4
Speed3
Speed2
Speed1
Speed0
P3
P4
P5
Fx

Speed P5 P4 P3 Description
0 - - - Reference source set with the

Frq in the operation group
1 - - bA51_Multi-step frequency 1
2 - - bA52_Multi-step frequency 2
3 - bA53_Multi-step frequency 3
4 - - bA54_Multi-step frequency 4
5 - bA55_Multi-step frequency 5
6 - bA56_Multi-step frequency 6
7 bA57_Multi-step frequency 7

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Operation
0.00 Command frequency
ACC Acceleration time
dEC Deceleration time
drv Command source
Frq SFrequency

etting method
MkW Motor selection
MrC Rated motor current
MbF Base frequency
FrM Maximum frequency
Iov Output voltage setting
Ftb Forward boost
Rtb Reverse boost
Cur Output current
rPM Motor RPM
dCL Inverter DC voltage
vOL, POr,
tOr, v1M,
I2M

User select signal
nOn Currently out of order
OGr Open hidden groups

Drive

09 Control mode
11 Jog frequency
15 Torque boost
19 Starting frequency
20 Select rotation direction
26 Automatic torque boost filter gain
27 Automatic torque boost motoring gain
28 Automatic torque boost regeneration gain
81 Select Monitor code
Basic
04 Command source 2
05 Frequency source 2
07 V/F pattern
08 Unit of acc/dec time setting
09 Acc/dec frequency reference
11 Number of motor poles
12 Rated motor slip current
14 Motor no-load current
15 Motor efficiency
50 ~
56

Multi-step frequency 1~
Multi-step frequency 7
Advanced
01 Acceleration pattern
02 Deceleration pattern
03 S-curve start point gradient
04 S-curve end point gradient
08 Stop mode selection
09 Forward and reverse run prevention
10 Starting with power on selection
12 DC braking time at startup
13 DC braking rate at startup
14 Output blocking time before DC braking
15 DC braking time
16 DC braking rate
17 DC braking frequency
24 Frequency lower and upper limit
25 Frequency lower limit
26 Frequency upper limit
51 Energy saving operation
63 Motor RPM display gain
79 DB operation voltage
Control
04 Carrier frequency settings
71 Speed search selection
Input
08 V1 Minimum input voltage
09 mFrequency corresponding to V1

inimum input voltage
10 V1 Maximum input voltage
11 mFrequency corresponding to V1

aximum input voltage

65 Multi-function input terminal P1
66 Multi-function input terminal P2
67 Multi-function input terminal P3
68 Multi-function input terminal P4
69 Multi-function input terminal P5
70 PNP/NPN selection switch
90 Input terminal block status display
Output
01 Analog output item setting
02 Analog output level adjustment
31 Multi-function relay setting
32 Multi-function output 2 feature selection
41 Output terminal block status display
Communication
01 Inverter station ID
02 Communication protocol setting
03 Communication speed
04 Parity/stop bit setting
Application
01 PID control setting
02 PID control unit selection
18 Amount of PID feedback
19 PID reference
20 PID reference setting
21 PID feedback setting
05 Output open-phase protection setting
08 Operation on reset after fault trip
09 fNumber of automatic restarts after

ault trip
10 fAutomatic restart delay time after

rult trip
18 Overload alarm level
19 Overload warning time
20 Overload warning selection
21 Overload fault level
22 Overload fault time
50 Stall prevention selection
79 Operation at fan fault
91 ~
95

Fault history 1 ~
Fault history 5
2nd Motor
04 2nd motor acceleration time
05 2nd motor deceleration time
07 2nd motor base frequency
12 2nd motor rated current
Configuration
01 Display after power on
02 I/O Type
79 Software version
93 Parameter initialization
94 Password registration
95 Parameter Lock

Drive
Basic
Advanced
Control
Input
Output
Communication
Application
Protection
2nd Motor
Configuration

※ Basic Parameters in Operation
• Only 18 parameters are shown
in the first group to run the drive
basically.
• The other groups are shown
when “1” is set in the
parameter OGr.

RUN STOP
RESET

MODE
SHIFT

ENT

RUN STOP
RESET

MODE
SHIFT

ENT

MODE
SHIFT

ENT

Basic parameter list

Operation

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Question: The motor does not rotate and the output current is too high at start.
•Cause: the load is too high. It can be solved by using manual/auto torque boost and changing some parameters.

Question: The motor makes humming sound or loud noises.
•Answer: Slightly increase or decrease the carrier frequency in Cn04.
Question: When the drive is running, the Earth-leakage circuit breaker(ELCB) is activated.
•Cause: The ELCB will disconnect the power if leakage current flows to grounding during drive operation.
•Answer1: Connect the drive to grounding terminal.
•Answer2: Check if the ground resistance is less than 100 Ω for 200V class.
•Answer3: Check the capacity of ELCB and connect it to the drive according to the rated current of the drive.
•Answer4: Reduce the carrier frequency in Cn04.
•Answer5: Attempt to keep the cable distance from the drive to motor short as possible.
Question: How do I reset the drive back to factory default settings?
•Answer: Set CF93 to 1 (All groups) and press the [ENT] key. CF93 is displayed again when the initialization has been completed.
Question: How do I adjust the time it takes the motor to speed up or slow down?
•Answer: Adjust the acceleration time in ACC and deceleration time in dEC.
Question: How do I prevent the drive from tripping on an OV fault (overvoltage) while the motor is ramping down?
•Answer 1: Increase deceleration time in dEC.
•Answer 2: Activate stall prevention in Pr50. To enable it during deceleration, set Pr50 to “-1-” as Bit 2..
Question: How do I prevent the drive from tripping on an OLT(overload) while the motor is ramping up and down?
•Answer: Verify motor rated current in MrC and motor overload parameter settings such as Pr20 (Overload trip selection),
Pr21 (Overload trip level) and Pr22 (Overload trip time).
Question: How do I run the motor above the nominal motor speed?
•Answer: Increase Maximum Frequency in FrM.
Question: Does the drive create harmonics? If so, are they a problem?
•Answer: All standard drives create 5th and 7th harmonic frequencies. Occasionally, and this depends on the applications
there may be issues and harmonics can cause problems such as transformer heating or interference with other
communication devices installed near the drive. To reduce interference, the installation of noise filters or line filters may be
required. Additionally it may be helpful to adjust the carrier frequency to the minimum value in Cn04.

1 Manual Torque Boost ISlightly increase the Forward or reverse boost in Ftb or rtb.

f the torque boost level is too high, a trip may occurs such as IOL.
2 Auto Torque Boost(ATB) aSet dr15I to 1 to activate ATB. It is necessary to reduce manual boost values (ex. 0~2%) in Ftb or rtb,

nd then to adjust the values in dr26, dr27 or dr28.
3 Starting Frequency Slightly increase the starting frequency in dr19.(ex. 0.5 → 1.0 → 1.5 → 2.0Hz)
4 User V/F Pattern mWhen bA07 is set to 2 (User V/F), User V/F pattern can be set up according to the applications and

otor characteristics.

Frequently asked questions

Troubleshoot faults
Item Type Cause Remedy
OLt
(Over Load) Latch

The load is greater than the motor’s rated capacity. Replace the drive and motor with lager models.
The set value of Overload trip level in Pr21 is too low. Increase the set value for of Overload trip level.

OCt
(Over Current) Latch

Acc/Dec times are too short compared to the load inertia (bA16). Increase Acc/Dec times.
The drive load is greater than the rated capacity. Replace the drive with a lager model.
The drive output is active while the motor is rotating. ARun the drive after the motor has stopped or

ctivate the speed search function (Cn71).
The mechanical brake on the motor is activated too fast. Check the mechanical brake.

Ovt
(Over Voltage) Latch

Deceleration time is too short compared to the load inertia
in bA16. Increase Deceleration time.
A generative load occurs at the drive output. Use a braking option.
The input voltage is too high. Check if the input voltage is above the specified value.

Lvt
(Low Voltage) Level

The input voltage is too low. aCheck if the input voltage is below the specified value

nd adjust the drive input voltage value in bA19.

The loads on the line power supply is greater than rated
capacity such as welding machine, DOL motor, etc. Increase the power capacity.
The magnetic contactor on the line power supply line is
defective. Replace the magnetic contactor.

GFt
(Ground Trip) Latch

Ground fault has occurred in the out circuit. Check the wiring in the drive.
The motor insulation has been damaged. Replace the motor.

EtH
(E-Thermal) Latch

The motor has overheated. Decrease the load or reduce the motor operation.
The drive load is greater than the rated capacity. Replace the drive with a large model.
The drive has been running at low speed for a long time. iReplace the motor that has a cooling fan sourced by

ndependent power.

OPO
(Out Phase Open) Latch

The magnetic contactor in the output circuit is defective. Check the magnetic contactor in the output circuit..
The wiring to the output is defective. Check the wiring to the output.

IOL
(Inverter OLT) Latch

The load is greater than the rated capacity of drive. Replace the drive and motor with lager models.
The torque boost level is too high. Decrease the torque boost level.

OHt
(Over Heat) Latch

There is a problem with the cooling system. oCheck if there is a foreign object in the air inlet, outlet,

r vent.
The cooling fan of the drive has been operated for a long time. Replace the cooling fan.
The ambient temperature is too high. Keep the ambient temperature below 50℃.

ntC
(NTC Open) Latch

The ambient temperature is too low. Keep the ambient temperature above -10℃.
The internal temperature sensor has been damaged. oContact your supplier or authorized service distributor

f LSIS.

FAn
(Fan Trip) Latch

Foreign object is in the air vent of the drive. Remove the foreign object from the air inlet or outlet.
The lifespan of cooling fan is over. Replace the cooling fan.

EtA, Etb

(External Trip A,B) Latch tWhen the multi-function input terminal is set to EtA or EtB,

he terminal is assigned as the its signal. Adjust the parameters related to External trip.

COM
(Communication
Trip)

Latch tIt occurs when communication between the Main DSP and

he IO CPU is disconnected for more than 500ms -

nbr Latch

It occurs when the output current of the drive is below
the value set in Ad41 while OU31 or OU32 is set to
19 (Brake signal).

Adjust the parameters related to brake control.
*Level : automatically terminates when the failure is solved. This is not saved in the failure history.
*Latch : terminates when the reset signals are input after the failure is solved.

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Start-up guide of LSLV-M100