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Manual H100 LonWorks

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Thank you for purchasing LONWORKS Option Board.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Always follow safety instructions to prevent accidents and potential hazards from occurring.
Safety precautions are classified into “WARNING” and “CAUTION” and their meanings are as follows:
WARNING
CAUTION
The indicated illustrations on the product and in the manual have the following meanings.
Danger may be present. Read the message and follow the instructions carefully.
Particular attention should be paid because danger of an electric shock may be present.
Keep operating instructions handy for quick reference.
Read the operating instructions carefully to fully understand the functions of the H100 series and to use it properly.
CAUTION
Be cautious, when handling the CMOS components of the Option Board.
Static may lead to malfunctioning of the product.
Turn off the inverter power, when changing the communication cable.
Otherwise, you may damage the board or a communication error may occur.
Make sure to insert the Option Board connector to the inverter precisely.
Otherwise, you may damage the board or a communication error may occur.
Check the parameter unit before setting up the parameter.
Otherwise, a communication error may occur.
Improper operation may result in serious personal injury or death.
Improper operation may result in slight to medium personal
injury or property damage.

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1. Introduction
1.1 About the LonWorks (Local Operating Network) Platform
The LonWorks is a networking platform created by Echelon Corporation, which is widely utilized in the field of
building automation. On a LonWorks network, all the devices connected to the network nodes can freely
communicate with each other using the LoneTalk protocol. There is no distinction between ‘the master’ and ‘the slave’
devices. Devices connected to the LonWorks network are manufacturer-independent. This independence is achieved
by the use of the standard network variable types (SNVT). The H100 communication module supports these standard
network variable types. Using the standard network variable types, automated data communication becomes
available at the initial installation of the devices. This is done by configuring the input and output variables with an
installation tool. When configuring the input and output variables of the devices, the network variable types used
must always match.
1.2 The H100 LonWorks Communication Module Features
The H100 LonWorks communication module provides control and monitoring for inverters. The LonWorks platform
allows the connection of multiple inverters to a single line, thus saving on the expenses of network implementation.
Also, the LonWorks network features simple wiring, which allows for decreased installation time and easier
maintenance.
1.3 The H100 LonWorks Communication Module - Model Name
Model Name: CLON-H100
1.4 Included Items
The H100 communication module comes with the following items.
- H100 LonWorks communication module x 1EA
- H100 LonWorks user manual x 1EA
- Screws (M3xL08) x 2EA
- 3-Pin connector (PTR AK 950/03-5.0-GREEN) x 1EA
- Module supporter x 1EA

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2. About The H100 Lon Works Communication Module
2.1 Technical Data

Items Description
Power Power supply to the H100 LonWorks
communication module
Power is supplied by the inverter(s)
Network Topology Free Topology
(Bus, Star, Loop, or any combination of these 3 types)
Baud Rate 78 Kbit/s
LonWorks Communication Chipset FT3150-P20 chip (Echelon)
LonWorks Transceiver FT-X1
Data Networking Type Peer-to-peer
Channel Type TP/FT-10
Transfer Cable Free Topology Twisted Pair
Maximum Number of Nodes Maximum 248 nodes (48bit addressing)
64 channels per segment (including the Master)
Maximum Transfer Distance per Segment Free Topology : 500m
Bus Topology : 2700m
Available PDO (Physical Device Object) Node Object
Variable Speed Motor Object(6010)
1
User Object(20001, User Function Profile Type)2
LonWorks Connector Plug-in Connector
Terminal Resistance Free Topology : 50Ω
Bus Topology : 100Ω
Built-in terminal resistance (switch on the module for topology
selection)

1 Variable Speed Motor Object (6010) is a universally compatible object throughout all manufacturers.
2 User Object is a manufacturer-defined object whose flexibility is dependent upon the manufacturer design.
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2.2 Device Layout
Connector to
the Inverter
Connector
(to Inverter)
DIP Switch
-Terminal resistance
-Service Pin Configuration
Communication
Connector
(A, B, S)
LED
-CPU Operation
-Error
-Service
-COM

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2.3 Installing the H100 LonWorks Communication Module
Warning
Turn off the power to the inverter before installation and network connection. Installing or removing the
communication module while the power is on may damage the inverter or the LonWorks communication module.
Make sure that the inverter is fully discharged before installing or removing the H100 LonWorks communication
Module.
Turn off the inverter and remove
the power terminal block cover.
Remove the keypad(2),
and then remove the top cover(3).
(1)
(2)
(3)

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Install the H100 LonWorks communication
module (4) into the connector on the I/O board.
Secure the communication module with the 2 screws supplied with the device.
(4
)

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Replace the top cover (5), then the keypad (6).
Replace the power terminal block cover (7). The inverter is now ready for use.
(7)
(5)
(6)

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2.4 Wiring the H100 LonWorks Communication Module
The H100 Lon Works communication module has a connector socket for network connection.
The following table describes the details of the connector. Connector #1 and #2 are for the LonWorks
communication connection. The LonWorks communication connection does not require a certain order of polarity in
network wiring. Therefore, arranging of the polarity is not necessary.

No Signal Description
1 A Network signal cable (no polarity)
2 B
3 S Shield

Note
Use the 3-pin cable connector (PTR AK 950/03-5.0-GREEN) supplied with the device to connect the H100 LonWorks
communication module to a network.
2.5 Configuring a Network
Warning
Turn off the power to the inverter before installation and network connection. Installing or removing the
communication module while the power is on may damage the inverter and the LonWorks communication module.
Make sure that the inverter is fully discharged before installing or removing the H100 LonWorks communication
Module.
The LonWorks network allows for various types of network topology.
Appropriate network termination is required to guarantee data reliability and to reduce noise. The H100 LonWorks
communication module has built-in terminal resistance. Therefore, network termination can be made by simply
turning on the termination switch.
For a bus network, turn on the termination switch of the H100 LonWorks communication modules at both ends.

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When the termination switch is set to BUS, 100Ω 1/8W termination resistance is connected between communication
terminals A and B.
For a free topology network connection, terminate one module on the network. When the termination switch is set to
FT, 50Ω 1/8W termination resistance is connected between communication terminals A and B.
The following table describes the type and feature of the termination resistance for each switch position.
<Termination Switch Configuration for the H100 LonWorks communication module>

Switch Position Termination Type
FT For use with a free topology network
50Ω terminal resistance
Terminate one module on the network.
NO Termination is not used.
BUS For use with a bus topology
100Ω terminal resistance
Terminate two modules at the ends of the network.

NO ③ BUS
Bus Topology
(100
Ω)
② FT
Free Topology
(50
Ω)
ON
1 2 3 4
ON
1 2 3 4
ON
1 2 3 4

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2.6 Installation Guidelines
Refer to the following guidelines when installing the H100 LonWorks communication module.
1. When you unpack the H100 LonWorks communication module, inspect the device to make sure that it is not
physically damaged.
2. Connect power to the H100 inverter and test the module to ensure that all functions work properly. Use the
keypad to operate the inverter and ensure that it operates normally.
3. Turn off the inverter and wait for at least five minutes for the internal charge to fully discharge. Before
working on the H100 inverter, test the DC link voltage to ensure that the charge is at a safe level.
4. Install the H100 LonWorks communication module in the H100 inverter. Remove the covers from the H100
inverter before installing the communication module.
5. Connect communication cables A and B to the H100 communication module. Polarity arrangement is not
necessary because the LonWorks communication module does not require specific network wiring polarity.
Make sure that the cables are connected securely.
6. If the node (the H100 inverter) is the last device on the network, terminate the network by setting the
termination switch.
7. To configure the LonWorks communication module, download the external interface file
(H100_LONWORKS.XIF) from the LSIS web site
(http://www.lsis.com/support/download/).
8. Turn on the power to the inverter and use the keypad to ensure that CNF-30 Option-1 Type displays
‘LonWorks.’
9. Configure the Lon Works communication parameters.
10. Inspect the H100 Lon Works communication module’s LED status. The ‘Service’ LED flashes in 2-sec intervals
if the device has not been configured.
11. Turn off the power to the H100 inverter and wait for 5 minutes until the DC link voltage discharges. Replace
the inverter covers. The installation process is finished. Turn the power on to the H100 inverter, and then
configure the device using the network tool.
Note
After first installing the H100 communication module, it must be configured at least once before it can communicate
with the inverter. Communication will be available once the communication module is configured after installation.
While configuring the communication module, an ‘Option Trip’ occurs because internal-interface communication
is not available immediately after installation. Bypass the ‘Option Trip’ at this stage and operate the inverter.
The communication module will communicate with the inverter properly once it is configured.
To configure the H100 communication module, turn the service switch ON, and then turn it off. The service LED will
turn off if the module was successfully configured.

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2.7 Maximum Ranges for Different Network Cables
As shown in the following table, the maximum ranges of a network are limited based on the topology and the type of
cables used. Reliable network communication cannot be guaranteed beyond the maximum ranges listed in the table.
BUS Topology
Free Topology

Cable Type Maximum Bus Length
Belden 85102 2,700 m
Belden 8471 2,700 m
Level IV, 22AWG 1,400 m
JY(St) Y 2x2x0.8 900 m
TIA Category 5 900 m

 

Cable Type Maximum Distance between
Devices
Maximum
Total Range
Belden 85102 500 m 500 m
Belden 8471 400 m 500 m
Level IV, 22AWG 400 m 500 m
JY(St) Y 2x2x0.8 320 m 520 m
TIA Category 5 250 m 450 m

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3. Inverter Parameters
3.1 Table of Parameters

Code Parameter Name Default Value Settings
CNF-30 Option-1 Type - -
DRV-06 Cmd Source 1.Fx/Rx-1 0. Keypad
1. Fx/Rx-1
2. Fx/Rx-2
3. Int 485
4. FieldBus
5.Time Event
DRV-07 Freq Ref Src 0.Keypad-1 0. Keypad-1
1. Keypad-2
2. V1
4. V2
5. I2
6. Int 485
7. Fieldbus
9. Pulse
BAS-04 Cmd 2nd Src 1. Fx/Rx-1 0. Keypad
1. Fx/Rx-1
2. Fx/Rx-2
3. Int 485
4. FieldBus
5.Time Event
BAS-05 Freq 2nd Src 0. Keypad-1 0. Keypad-1
1. Keypad-2
2. V1
4. V2
5. I2
6. Int 485
7. Fieldbus
9. Pulse

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Code Parameter Name Default Value Settings
IN-65–71 P1–P7 Define 17. 2ndSource
COM-06 FBus S/W Ver -
COM-09 FBus LED -
COM-10 Opt Parameter1 - -
COM-11 Opt Parameter2
COM-12 Opt Parameter3
COM-13 Opt Parameter4 - -
COM-14 Opt Parameter5 0 0
1
COM-31 Para Status-1 0x000A 0–0xFFFF
COM-32 Para Status-2 0x000E 0–0xFFFF
COM-33 Para Status-3 0x000F 0–0xFFFF
COM-34 Para Status-4 0x0000 0–0xFFFF
COM-35 Para Status-5 0x0000 0–0xFFFF
COM-36 Para Status-6 0x0000 0–0xFFFF
COM-37 Para Status-7 0x0000 0–0xFFFF
COM-38 Para Status-8 0x0000 0–0xFFFF
COM-51 Para Control-1 0x0005 0–0xFFFF
COM-52 Para Control-2 0x0006 0–0xFFFF
COM-53 Para Control-3 0x0000 0–0xFFFF
COM-54 Para Control-4 0x0000 0–0xFFFF
COM-55 Para Control-5 0x0000 0–0xFFFF
COM-56 Para Control-6 0x0000 0–0xFFFF
COM-57 Para Control-7 0x0000 0–0xFFFF
COM-58 Para Control-8 0x0000 0–0xFFFF
COM-94 CommUpdata 0.No 0. No
1. Yes
PRT-12 Lost Cmd Mode 0.None 0. None
1. Free-Run
2. Dec
3. Hold Input
4. Hold Output
5. Lost Preset
PRT-13 Lost Cmd Time 1.0 sec 0.1 – 120.0 sec
PRT-14 Lost Preset F 0 Hz Start Frequency – Max frequency

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3.2 Basic Field Bus Parameters
3.2.1 Communication Module Information– Option Type (CNF-30)

CNF-30 Option Type

This parameter automatically displays the name of the currently installed communication module.
If the LonWorks communication module is installed, CNF-30 Option Type displays ‘LonWorks.’
If the CNF-30 Option Type does not display any communication module names, this may mean that there is a faulty
connection between the inverter and the LonWorks communication module.
3.2.2 Command Source Options–Cmd Source (DRV-06)

DRV-06 Cmd Source

This parameter is used to select a command source.
To operate the inverter using the Lon Works communication, setDRV-06Cmd Source to ‘4.Fieldbus.’
3.2.3 Source of Frequency Reference Options– Freq Ref Src (DRV-07)

DRV-07 Freq Ref Src

This parameter is used to select a frequency reference.
To provide a frequency reference using the LonWorks communication, set DRV-07 Freq Ref Src to ‘7.Fieldbus.’
3.2.4 Secondary Command Source Options (for switching between two different command sources)

BAS-04 Cmd 2nd Src
BAS-05 Freq 2nd Src
IN-65–71 P1–P7 Define

This parameter is used to provide a second command source (frequency reference and run command) using the multipurpose input terminals. If the inverter is operated by remote network commands from network modules such as the
Lon Works communication module, this parameter may be used to stop remote operation and switch to local
operation using the inverter keypad.
This feature requires that the multi-purpose terminals P1–P7 (parameters IN65–71) are set to ‘2nd Source.’
3.2.5 Version information for the installed Communication Module– Fbus S/W Ver (COM-06)
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This parameter is used to display the version information about the Lon Works communication module that is
installed in the inverter.
3.2.6 Communication Module LED Status Display– FbusLED (COM-9)
This parameter is used to display the status of the four LEDs (CPU, Error, Service, and COM) of the
communication module on the inverter keypad.
Each bit indication(On or Off) on the keypad display, from right to left, represent the status of the COM, Service,
Error and CPU LED.
An example of COM-09 LED State – 1101

LED COM
(GREEN)
SERVICE
(GREEN)
ERR
(RED)
CPU
(GREEN)
Status ON ON OFF ON
Keypad Display

3.2.7 Display the Neuron ID– Opt Parameter1–3(COM-10–12)

COM-10 Opt Parameter1
COM-11 Opt Parameter2
COM-12 Opt Parameter3

These read-only parameters are used to display on the keypad the neuron IDs (a 6Byte data value) stored in the
neuron chip of the communication module. Parameters COM10–12 display the neuron ID information in HEX values,
in the order of upper to lower level information.
The information in the neuron IDs 1–3 may be used when you are installing the network manually without using the
service pin on the Lon Works communication module.

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3.2.8 Display Node Status– Opt Parameter4(COM-13)

COM-13 Opt Parameter4

This read-only parameter is used to display the network interface status. When the interface is operating normally,
‘Configured on-line’ is displayed. This means that the relevant node has been commissioned by the network and is online. ‘Soft’, ‘Bypass’, or ‘Hard off-line’ states indicate that the node failed to participate in the network.

Values Description
0 Unknown state
1 Not configured
2 Application unassigned
3 Configured on-line
4 Configured off-line
5 Soft off-line
6 Configured bypass off-line
7 Hard off-line, Bypass off-line

3.2.9 Enable Service Pin– Opt Parameter5 (COM-14)

COM-14 Opt Parameter5

This parameter is used to enable the service pin feature without using the service pin switch on the LonWorks
communication module. Set COM-14 Service Pin Enable to ‘1’ to enable the service pin feature. This allows the Lon
Works communication module to send its Neuron ID and Program ID to the network.
Note
The Service Pin may be enabled on the keypad ONCE OLNY, after the inverter has been turned on the first time.
Once decommissioned from the configuration tool, the inverter cannot be commissioned again on a network using
the ‘Enable Service Pin’ parameter. You must turn on the service pin switch on the LonWorks communication module
to connect to the network.

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3.2.10 User Object Output Variables (COM-31–38)

COM-31–38 Para Status-1–8

This parameter is used to configure the addresses for User Object output variables. For more details, refer to the ‘User
Object’ section of this manual.
3.2.11 User Object Input Variables (COM-51–58)

COM-51–58 Para Control-1–8

This parameter is used to configure the addresses for User Object input variables. For more details, refer to the ‘User
Object’ section of this manual.
3.2.12 Communication Update (COM-94)
After making changes to the parameters related to configuring Drive Objects using the keypad, a communication
update is required to apply the changes. Set COM 94 Comm Update to ‘Yes’ to perform a communication update.
After the update, the Comm Update parameter automatically changes back to ‘No.’
Keypad parameters that require the communication update are listed in the table below.

Codes Parameters
DRV-03 Acc Time
DRV-04 Dec Time
DRV-18 Base Frequency
DRV-19 Start Frequency
DRV-20 Max Frequency
BAS-11 Pole Number

Note
After commissioning the H100 Lon Works communication module, COM-94 Comm Update must be set to ‘Yes’ to
apply the inverter’s configuration properties configured using the keypad.

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3.2.13 Operation Options for a Lost Command– Lost Cmd Mode (PRT-12)

DRV-06 Cmd Source
DRV-07 Freq Ref Src
PRT-12 Lost Cmd Mode
PRT-13 Lost Cmd Time
PRT-14 Lost Preset F

This parameter is used to select an operation mode to be used when the command is lost. When remote command
via network is lost for the ‘lost command decision time’, the inverter decides that the command is lost.
This feature is available only when DRV-06 is set to ‘4.Fieldbus,’ or when DRV-07 is set to ‘7.Fieldbus.’
With this feature enabled, the selected operation mode is used when the network command is lost.

Settings Description
0 None Keeps the inverter operation at lost command.
1 Free-Run The inverter blocks output. The motor performs a free-run stop.
2 Dec The motor decelerates and then stops at the time set at PRT-07 Trip Dec
Time.
3 Hold Input The inverter calculates the average input value for 10 sec before the loss of
the speed command and uses it as the speed reference.
4 Hold Output The inverter calculates the average output value for 10 sec before the loss
of the speed command and uses it as the speed reference.
5 Lost Preset The inverter operates at the frequency set at PRT-14 Lost Preset F.

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3.2.14 Lost Command Decision Time– Lost Cmd Time (PRT-13)

DRV-06 Cmd Source
DRV-07 Freq Ref Src
PRT-12 Lost Cmd Mode
PRT-13 Lost Cmd Time

This parameter is used to set the time the inverter takes to decide that the command is lost. When the remote
command via network is lost for the lost command decision time (PRT-13 Lost Cmd Time + the time set at
nciRdvHrtBt), the inverter decides that the command is lost.
This feature is available only when DRV-06 is set to ‘4.Fieldbus,’ or when DRV-07 is set to ‘7.Fieldbus.’ If the network
command is recovered before the lost command decision time (PRT-13 Lost Cmd Time + the time set at nciRdvHrtBt)
is passed, the inverter does not output a fault trip and continues normal operation.
Caution
Lost command time protection operates only when the ‘nciRcvHrtBt’ variable is set to any value other than ‘0.’
Lost Command Period Lost Command Period
Comm Line Status
Command was
recovered before
the Lost Cmd Time.
Lost command was
not detected.
Lost Command was detected.
The inverter runs according to
the Lost Cmd Mode Settings.
Time
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4. Functional Profile
4.1 Node Object
Network Input Variables

Function Variable Name SNVT Type Min Max
Node Object Request nviRequest SNVT_obj_request - -

4.1.1 ‘nviRequest’ Variable
The ‘nviRequest’input variable enables or updates the command inputs from a network. This input variable supports
RQ_ENABLE, RQ_DISABLE, RQ_CLEAR_ALARM, RQ_NORMAL, RQ_CLEAR_STATUS, RQ_UPDATE_STATUS,
RQ_REPORT_MASK.
Network Output Variables

Function Variable Name SNVT Type Min Max
Node Object Status nvoStatus SNVT_obj_status - -

4.1.2 ‘nvoStatus’ Variable
The following table shows the Node Object states indicated by the ‘nvoStatus’ output variable.

Bit Setting Description
Invalid ID Invalid node ID has been requested.
Report mask Reporting supported fields.
Disabled RQ_DISABLE is active.
Electrical_fault Drive fault has occurred.
Manual_control Drive is in local control mode.
In_alarm Drive alarm has been turned on.

Node Object
Mandatory
Network
Variables
nviRequest
nv1 SNVT_obj_request
nvoStatus
nv2 SNVT_obj_state
Input Network
Variable
Output Network
Variable

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4.2 Drive Object
Mandatory
Network
Variables
nviDrvSpeedStpt
nv1 SNVT_switch
nvoDrvSpeed
nv4 SNVT_lev_percent
Variable Speed Motor
Drive (6010)
Optional
Network
Variables
nviDrvSpeedScale
nv2 SNVT_lev_percent
nvoDrvCurrent
nv3 SNVT_amp
nvoDrvVolt
nv5 SNVT_volt
nvoDrvPwr
nv6 SNVT_power_kilo
nvoDrvRunHours
nv7 SNVT_time_hour
nc17 nciLocation (Optional)
nc50 nciMaxSpeed (Mandatory)
nc53 nciMinSpeed (Mandatory)
nc48 nciRcvHrtBt (Optional)
nc49 nciSndHrtBt (Mandatory)
nc52 nciMinOutTm (Optional)
nc158 nciNmlSpeed (Mandatory)
nc159 nciNmlFreq (Mandatory)
nc160 nciRampUpTm (Mandatory)
nc161 nciRampDownTm (Mandatory)
nc162 nciDrvSpeedScale (Optional)
Configuration Properties
Input Network
Variable
Output Network
Variable

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Network Input Variables

Function Variable Name SNVT Type Min Max
Drive Speed Setpoint nviDrvSpeedStpt SNVT_switch N/A N/A
Drive Speed SetpointScaling nviDrvSpeedScale SNVT_lev_percent -163.840% 163.830%

4.2.1 ‘nviDrvSpeedStpt’ and ‘nviDrvSpeedScale’ Variables
Definition

Network input SNVT_switch
Network input SNVT_lev_percent
nviDrivSpeedStpt
nviDrvSpeedScale

Description
Variables ‘nviDrvSpeedStpt’ and ‘nviDrvSpeedScale’ are used for run commands and speed references. The state
variable value for ‘nviDrvSpeedStpt’ decides whether to run or stop an inverter. The inverter stops when the
‘nviDrvSpeedStpt’ state is set to ‘0’, and runs when it is set to ‘1.’
The ‘nviDrvSpeedScale’ variable provides rotation direction information for the inverter. The inverter operates in the
forward direction (Fx) when the ‘nviDrvSpeedScale’ value is set to a positive number, and in the reverse direction (Rx)
when it is set to a negative number.
Frequency reference information is given by a combination of the ‘nviDrvSpeedScale’ and ‘nviDrvSpeedStpt’ variable
values. The ‘nviDrvSpeedScale’ and ‘nviDrvSpeedStpt’ values are in percentages (%).
To calculate the frequency reference, multiply the ‘nviDrvSpeedStpt’ value with the ‘nviDrvSpeedScale’ value, and
then multiply the resulting value (%) with the base frequency. This means that the ‘nviDrvSpeedScale’ variable
provides the scale value for the ‘nviDrvSpeedStpt’ variable.
For Example, if the ’nviDrvSpeedStpt’ value is set to ‘100 (%)’ and the ‘nviDrvSpeedScale’ value is set to ‘-80 (%),’ the
resulting value will be -80% (1 X -0.8 = -0.8). As a result, the inverter operates in the reverse direction, at a frequency
that is 80% of the base frequency (if the base frequency is set to 60.00 Hz) and the resulting frequency reference will
be 48Hz (60.00Hz X 0.8).
The ‘nviDrvSpeedScale’ value range is between -163.840% – 163.830%. Therefore, a value of 0x7fff (+163.835%)
becomes an invalid data.

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NviDrvSpeedStpt States and Value Range

State Value Inverter Operating Frequency / Operation State
0 - Stop
1 0 Frequency reference at 0% of the base frequency
1 0.5–100.0 Frequency reference at 0.5–100.0% of the base frequency
1 100.0 Frequency reference at 100% of the base frequency
0xFF - Auto

In the communication (COMM) group, set DRV-06 Cmd Source to ‘FieldBus’ and DRV-07 Freq Ref Src to ‘FieldBus’
using the keypad. These settings configure the inverter to receive run commands and frequency references from the
LonWorks communication.

Code Number/
Common Area Address
Code Description Default Settings
DRV-06 Cmd Source Fx/Rx-1 Keypad
Fx/Rx-1
Fx/Rx-2
Int 485
FieldBus
Time Event
DRV-07 Freq Ref Src Keypad-1 Keypad-1
Keypad-2
V1
Reserved
V2
I2
Int 485
FieldBus
Reserved
Pulse

nviDrvSpeedScale Range -163.840% – 163.830%
nviDrvSpeedScale Default0.000%
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Inverter Parameters Related to the ‘nviDrvSpeedStpt’ and ‘nviDrvSpeedScale’ Variables

Code Number/
Common Area Address
Code Description Default Range
0x0005 Frequency Command 0.00 Hz 0.00 – 400.00
0x0006 Run Command Refer to the ‘Common Area’ section.
DRV-18 Base Frequency 60.00 Hz 30.00–400.00

Note
Network variables ‘nviDrivSpeedStpt’ and ‘nviDrvSpeedScale’ may be used in combination with the ‘nciRcvHrtBt’
variable to configure the lost command options.
Network Output Variables

Function Variable Name SNVT Type Min Max
Drive Speed Feedback nvoDrvSpeed SNVT_lev_percent -163.840% 163.830%
Actual Motor Current nvoDrvCurnt SNVT_amp 0.0 A 3276.7 A
Drive Output Voltage nvoDrvVolt SNVT_volt 0.0 V 3276.7 V
Actual Drive Power nvoDrvPwr SNVT_power_kilo 0.0 kW 6553.5 kW
Drive total running hours nvoDrvRunHours SNVT_time_hour 0 h 65535 hr

‘nvoDrvSpeed’ Variable
Definition
Network output SNVT_lev_percent nvoDrvSpeed
Description
The ‘nvoDrvSpeed’ variable is used to output the inverter’s operating frequency as a percentage of the base
frequency. The ‘nvoDrvSpeed’ value is positive if the inverter is running in the forward direction (Fx) and negative if it
is running in the reverse direction (Rx).
For example, if the base frequency is set at 60.00 Hz, and the inverter is running at 30.00 Hz in the reverse direction
(Rx), ‘nvoDrvSpeed’ outputs a value of-50.000%.
Typical Range -163.840 – 163.830 % (0.001 %)
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Inverter Parameters Related to the ‘nvoDrvSpeed’ Variable

Code Number/
Common Area Address
Code Description Default Range
0x000A Output Frequency -
0x000E Status of Inverter(FWD, REV)
DRV-18 Base Frequency 60.00 Hz 30.00–400.00

4.2.4 ‘nvoDrvCurnt’ Variable
Definition
Network output SNVT_amp nvoDrvCurnt
Description
The ‘nvoDrvCurnt’ variable is used to output the inverter’s output current in amperes (A).
Typical Range 0.0 – 3276.6 A (0.1 A)
Inverter Parameters Related to the ‘nvoDrvCurnt’ Variable

Code Number/
Common Area Address
Code Description
x0009 Current

4.2.5 ‘nvoDrvVolt’ Variable
Definition
Network output SNVT_volt nvoDrvVolt
Description
The ‘nvoDrvVolt’ variable is used to output the inverter’s output voltage (V).
Typical Range 0.0 – 700.0 V (0.1 V)
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Inverter Parameters Related to the ‘nvoDrvVoltCurnt’ Variable

Code Number/
Common Area Address
Code Description
0x000B Output Voltage

4.2.6’nvoDrvPwr’ Variable
Definition
Network output SNVT_power_kilo nvoDrvPwr
Description
The ‘nvoDrvPwrNetWork’ variable is used to output the inverter’s power output in kilowatts (kW).
Typical Range 0.0 – 6553.4 kW (0.1 kW)
Inverter Parameters Related to the ‘nvoDrvPwr’Variable

Code Number/
Common Area Address
Code Description
MAK-01
0x0301
Inverter Capacity

4.2.7’nvoDrvRunHours’ Variable
Definition
Network output SNVT_time_hour nvoDrvRunHours
Description
The ‘nvoDrvRunHours’ variable is used to output the inverter’s total operation time.
Inverter Parameters Related to the ‘nvoDrvPwr’ Variable

Code Number/
Common Area Address
Code Description
0x0342
0x0343
Total Operation Time
0x0342 – in days
0x0343 – in minutes

Network Configuration Variables
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Function Variable Name Optional/
Mandatory
SNVT Type
Location Label nciLocation Optional SCPTlocation
Maximum Motor Speed nciMaxSpeed Mandatory SCPTmaxSetpoint
Minimum Motor Speed nciMinSpeed Mandatory SCPTminSetpoint
Receive Heartbeat Time nciRcvHrtBt Optional SCPTmaxRcvTime
Send Heartbeat Time nciSndHrtBt Mandatory SCPTmaxSndTime
Minimum Send Time nciMinOutTm Optional SCPTMinOutTime
Nominal Motor Speed in RPM nciNmlSpeed Mandatory SCPTnomRPM
Nominal Motor Frequency nciNmlFreq Mandatory SCPTnomFreq
Minimum Ramp Up Time nciRampUpTm Mandatory SCPTrampUPTm
Minimum Ramp Down Time nciRampDownTm Mandatory SCPTrampDownTm
Default Value for nviDrvSpeedScale nciDrvSpeedScale Optional SCPTdefScale

Note
After modifying the parameters related to configuration variables from the keypad, set COM-94Comm Update to
‘Yes’ to apply the changes to the configuration variables.

Code Number/
Common Area Address
Code Description Default Options
COM-94 Comm Update No No
Yes

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4.2.8 Location Label (Optional)
Definition
Network config input SNVT_str_asc nciLocation
Description
The ‘nciLocation’ variable is used to obtain the physical location information (6 byte location string) from the neuron
chip.
Default Empty spaces
4.2.9 Maximum Motor Speed (Mandatory)
Definition
Network config input SNVT_lev_percent nciMaxSpeed
Description
The ‘nciMaxSpeed’ variable is used to configure the maximum speed of a motor. The ‘nciMaxSpeed’ value is
expressed as a percentage of the nominal frequency (nciNmlFreq) configuration value.
For example, if the ‘nciNmlFreq’ is 60.0 Hz and the ‘nciMaxSpeed’ is set to 120%, the resulting frequency is 72 Hz (60.0
x 1.2). The maximum frequency configured by these variables can be viewed on the keypad at DRV-20 Max Freq.
Changes cannot be made to the ‘nciMaxSpeed’ variable while the inverter is running. Stop the inverter operation
before making changes to the ‘nciMaxSpeed’ variable.
The default value for the ‘nciMaxSpeed’ variable is 100.00%, which is 100% of the base frequency (DRV-18Base Freq),
and the resulting value becomes the maximum frequency (DRV-20 Max Freq).
The ‘nciMaxSpeed’ variable values must comply with the following formula.

Typical Range 100.000 – 150.000 % (0.001% increments)
Default 100.000%

Note
As shown in the descriptions above, the ‘nciMinFreq(nciMinSpeed)’ and the ’nciMaxSpeed(%)’ values adjust the
maximum frequency set at DRV-20 Max Freq. Because the maximum frequency (Max Freq) must fall within the 40–
120.00 Hz range, the inverter will maintain the current maximum frequency if the ‘nciNmlFreq’ is changed to a value
less than 40 Hz. (For example, if the ‘nciNmlFreq’is set to 30 Hz and the ‘nciMaxSpeed‘ is set to 100.00%, the
maximum frequency will not be changed to 30 Hz).
163.840 Minimum Speed Maximum Speed 163.840
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Inverter Parameters Related to the ‘nciMaxSpeed’ VariableI

Code Number/
Common Area Address
Code Description Default Range
DRV-18 Base Frequency 60.00 Hz 30.00 – 400.00
DRV-20 Max Frequency 60.00 Hz 40.00 – 400.00

4.2.10 Minimum Motor Speed (Mandatory)
Definition
Network config input SNVT_lev_percent nciMinSpeed
Description
The ‘nciMinSpeed’ variable is used to configure the minimum speed of a motor. The ‘nciMinSpeed’ value is expressed
as a percentage of the nominal frequency (nciNmlFreq) configuration value. For example, if the ‘nciNmlFreq’ is 60.0
Hz and the ‘nciMinSpeed’ is set to 10%, the resulting frequency is 6 HZ (60.0 x 0.1). The minimum frequency
configured by these variables can be viewed on the keypad (DRV-19 Start Freq).
Changes cannot be made to the ‘nciMinSpeed’ variable while the inverter is running. Stop the inverter before making
any changes to the ‘nciMinSpeed’ variable.
The default value for the ‘nciMinSpeed’ variable (expressed as percentage) is calculated based on the base frequency
and the start frequency (‘DRV-19 Start Freq’ divided by ‘DRV-18 Base Freq’). Because the default for the start
frequency (DRV-19 Start Freq) is 0.5 Hz, the ‘nciMinSpeed’ variable value becomes 0.8% (0.5/60=0.0083, rounded off
and expressed as a percentage).
The ‘nciMinSpeed’ variable values must comply with the following formula.

Typical Range 0.000– 40.000 % (0.001 % increments)
Default 0.000%

As shown in the descriptions above, the ‘nciMinFreq(nciMinSpeed)’ and the’nciMaxSpeed (%)’ values adjust the
maximum frequency set at DRV-20 Max Freq. Because the maximum frequency (Max Freq) must fall within the 40–
400 Hz range, the inverter will maintain the current maximum frequency if the ‘nciNmlFreq’ is changed to a value less
than 40 Hz. (For example, if the ‘nciNmlFreq’ is set to 30 Hz and the ‘nciMaxSpeed‘ is set to 100.00%, the maximum
frequency will not be changed to 30 Hz).
163.840 Minimum Speed Maximum Speed 163.830
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Inverter Parameters Related to the ‘nciMaxSpeed’ Variable

Code Number/
Common Area Address
Code Description Default Range
DRV-18 Base Frequency 60.00 Hz 30.00 – 400.00
DRV-20 Start Frequency 0.50 Hz 0.01–10.00

4.2.11 Receive Heart Beat Time (Optional)
Definition
Network config input SNVT_time_sec nciRcvHrtBt
Description
The ‘nciRcvHrtBt’ variable is used to configure the maximum update interval for the network input variables
‘nviDrvSpeedStpt’ and ‘nviDrvSpdScale’. If the ‘nviDrvSpeedStpt’ and ‘nviDrvSpdScale’ variables are not updated for
the set time (‘nciRcvHrBt’ time value + PRT-13 Lost Cmd Time), the inverter decides that the command is lost. It then
runs in the operation mode set by thePRT-12 Lost Cmd Mode.
Lost command time protection operates only when the ‘nciRcvHrtBt’ variable is set to a value other than 0.0 sec,
DRV-06 Cmd Source or DRV-07 Freq Ref Src is set to ‘Fieldbus’, and PRT-12 Lost Cmd Mode is set to any other value
than ‘None’.
The lost command protection feature is disabled if the ‘nciRcvHrBt’ variable is set to 0.0 sec.

Typical Range 0.0 – 120.0 sec (0.1 sec increments)
A value of 0xFFFF(6553.5 sec) is invalid data.
0.0 sec (Receive Heart Beat feature is disabled)
Default

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Inverter Parameters Related to the ‘nciRcvHrtBt’ Variable

Code Number/
Common Area Address
Code Description Default Settings
DRV-06 Cmd Source Fx/Rx-1 Keypad
Fx/Rx-1
Fx/Rx-2
Int 485
FieldBus
Time Event
DRV-07 Freq Ref Src Keypad-1 Keypad-1
Keypad-2
V1
Reserved
V2
I2
Int 485
FieldBus
Reserved
Pulse
PRT-12 Lost Cmd Mode None None
FreeRun
Dec
Hold Input
Hold Output
Lost Preset
PRT-13 Lost Cmd Time 1.0sec 0.1–120.0sec

Caution
When the LonWorks network is used as a command source, the inverter’s lost command time becomes the time set
at ‘nciRcvHrtBt’ and PRT-13Lost Cmd Time added together. However, if the ‘nciRcvHrBt’ variable is set to 0.0 sec, the
lost command protection feature is disabled.

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4.2.12 Send Heart Beat Time (Mandatory)
Definition
Network config input SNVT_time_sec nciSndHrtBt
Description
The ‘nciSndHrtBt’ variable is used to configure the time it takes to perform a data update on the network, regardless
of the presence of changes in the data.
The ‘nciSndHrtBt’ variable configures the maximum output time for the network output variables ‘nvoDrvSpeed’,
‘nvoDrvCurnt’, ‘nvoDrvVolt’, ‘nvoDrvPwr’, and ‘nvoDrvRunHours.’

Typical Range 0.0 – 6553.4 sec
A value of 0xFFFF (6553.5 sec) is invalid data.
0.0 sec (Send Heart Beat feature is disabled)
Default

4.2.13 Minimum Out Time (Optional)
Definition
Network config input SNVT_time_sec nciMinOUtTm
Description
The ‘nciMinOUtTm’ variable is used to configure the minimum wait time before the output variables ‘nvoDrvSpeed’,
‘nvoDrvCurnt’, ‘nvoDrvVolt’, ‘nvoDrvPwr’, and ‘nvoDrvRunHours’ are sent to the network.
Rather than reflecting the changes in the variables each time they are made, a network update is performed when the
set period of ‘nciMinOutTm’ has elapsed to reflect the changes. This feature is used to decrease network traffic.

Typical Range 0.0 – 6553.4 sec (0.1 sec increments)
A value of 0xFFFF (6553.5 sec) is invalid data.
0.0 sec (Minimum Out Time feature is disabled)
Default

4.2.14 Nominal Motor Speed in RPM (Mandatory)
Definition
Network config input SNVT_freq_hz nciNmlSpeed
Description
The ‘nciNmlSpeed’ variable is used to configure the inverter’s base frequency.
The default value for the ‘nciNmlSpeed’ variable is 1800.00 RPM which is the default base frequency of 60Hz set at
DRV-18 Base Freq, expressed in PRM (for a 4-pole motor). When the ‘nciNmlSpeed’ value is changed, the value (RPM)

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converted back to Hertz (Hz) is reflected in DRV-18 Base Freq.
The following formula converts an RPM value into Hertz (Hz). In this formula, the number of motor poles is set at M2-
10 Pole Num. The motor pole number must be configured correctly to ensure proper operation.

Valid Range 0 – 65534 RPM (1 RPM)
Default 1800 RPM

Inverter Parameters Related to the ‘nciNmlSpeed’ Variable

Code Number/
Common Area Address
Code Description Default Range
BAS-11
0X0E0A
Pole Number 4 2–48
DRV-18 Base Frequency 60.00 Hz 30.00 – 400.00

Note
When a change is made to the ‘nciNmlSpeed’ variable, it is automatically reflected in the ‘nciNmlFreq’ value. For
example, if the current ‘nciNmlSpeed’ value is set to 1800 RPM, the ‘nciNmlFreq’ is set to 60.0 Hz, DRV-18 Base
Frequency is set to 60 Hz, and BAS-11 Pole Number is set to 4 (poles), decreasing the ‘nciNmlFreq’ value to 1700 RPM
changes the ’nciNmlFreq’ value to 56.7 Hz (a rounded-up value of the DRV-18 Base Frequency value), and DRV-18
Base Frequency to 56.66 Hz.
When the values set at ‘nciNmlSpeed’ or ‘nciNmlFreq’ are changed, the changes are reflected in DRV-19 Start
Frequency and Drv-20 Max Frequency as well. In the example above, if the ‘nciMaxSpeed’ is set to 100.000% and
‘nciMinSpeed’ is set to 10.000%, DRV-19 Start Frequency is changed to 5.66 Hz and Drv-20 Max Frequency is changed
to 56.66 Hz.
4.2.15 Nominal Motor Frequency (Mandatory)
Definition
Network config input SNVT_freq_hz nciNmlFreq
Description
The ‘nciNmlFreq’ is used to configure the motor’s base frequency. The ‘nciNmlFreq’ value is essential in configuring
the motor’s minimum and maximum frequency (‘nciMinSpeed’ and ’nciMaxSpeed’) because these values are
expressed as a percentage of the value set at ’nciNmlFreq.’ The default ‘nciNmlFreq’ value is 60 Hz which is the
default frequency set at DRV-18 Base Freq.
the number of motor ploes
Base Frequency(Hz) 120
The number of rotation per minute
 
poles
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Valid Range 30.0–400.0 (0.1 Hz)
Default 60.0 Hz

Inverter Parameters Related to the ‘nciNmlFreq’ Variable

Code Number/
Common Area Address
Code Description Default Range
DRV-18 Base Frequency 60.00 Hz 30.00 – 400.00

4.2.16 Minimum Ramp Up Time (Mandatory)
Definition
Network config input SNVT_time_sec nciRampUpTm
Description
The ‘nciRampUpTm’ variable is used to configure the inverter’s acceleration time. When the ‘nciRampUpTm’ value is
changed, it is reflected in DRV-03 Acc Time. The default ‘nciRampUpTm’ value is 20.0 sec, which is the default
acceleration time that is set as DRV-03 Acc Time.

Valid Range 0.0–600.0 sec (0.1 sec increments)
Default 20.0 sec

Inverter Parameters Related to the ‘nciRampUpTm’ Variable

Code Number/
Common Area Address
Code Description Default Range
0x0007
DRV-03
Acc Time (Acceleration time) 20.0 sec 0.0 – 600.0

4.2.17 Minimum Ramp Down Time (Mandatory)
Definition
Network config input SNVT_time_secnciRampDownTm
Description
The ‘nciRampDownTm’ variable is used to configure the inverter’s deceleration time. When the ‘nciRampDownTm’
value is changed, it is reflected in DRV-04 Dec Time. The default ‘nciRampDownTm’ value is 30.0 sec, which is the
default acceleration time set at DRV-04 Dec Time.

Valid Range 0.0–600.0 sec (0.1 sec increments)
Default 30.0 sec

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Inverter Parameters Related to the ‘nciRampDownTm’ Variable

Code Number/
Common Area Address
Code Description Default Range
0x0008
DRV-04
Dec Time (Deceleration time) 30.0 sec 0.0 – 600.0

4.2.18 Default for nviDrvSpeedScale (Optional)
Definition
Network config input SNVT_lev_percentnciDrvSpeedScale
Description
The ‘nciDrvSpeedScale’ value is used as the default value of the network output variable ‘nviDrvSpeedScale.’

Valid Range -163.840– 163.830 (0.005 %)
Default 0.000 %

Note
The inverter parameters DRV-18 Base Freq, DRV-19 Start Freq, DRV-20 Max Freq, BAS-11 Pole Num, DRV-03 Acc
Time, and DRV-04 Dec Time are closely related to the configuration property variables ‘nciNmlFreq’, ‘nciNmlSpeed’,
‘nciMaxSpeed’, ‘nciMinSpeed’, ‘nciRampUPTm’, and ‘nciRampDownTm’ in Drive Objects.
After making changes to the parameter values for DRV-18 Base Freq, DRV-19 Start Freq, DRV-20 Max Freq, BAS-11
Pole Num, DRV-03 Acc Time, and DRV-04 Dec Time using the inverter keypad, either turn off the inverter and then
turn it back on, or set COM-94CommUpDate to ‘Yes’ to reflect the changes in the configuration property variables
‘nciNmlFreq’, ‘nciNmlSpeed’, ‘nciMaxSpeed’, ‘nciMinSpeed’, ‘nciRampUPTm’, and ‘nciRampDownTm’.
For example, if the inverter parameters are set as shown in the following table, the ‘nciMaxSpeed’ value becomes
120.000%, the ‘nciMinSpeed’ value becomes 20.000%, the ‘nciNmlSpeed’ value becomes 1,500 RPM, the ‘nciNmlFreq’
value becomes 50.0Hz, the ‘nciRampUpTm’ value becomes 19.0 sec, and the ‘nciRampDownTm’ becomes 29.0 sec.

Code Parameter Name Value Code Parameter Name Value
DRV-03 AccTIme 19.0 sec DRV-04 Dec TIme 29.0 sec
BAS-11 Pole Num 4 DRV-18 Base Freq 49.99 Hz
BAS-19 Start Freq 10.00 Hz BAS-20 Max Freq 60.00 Hz

The ‘nciNmlFreq’ variable value uses one decimal place and the DRV-18 Base Freq variable uses two decimal places.
Because of the difference, the DRV-18 Base Freq value needs to be rounded up to one decimal place before it is
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place, and the ‘nciNmlFreq’ value is 50 Hz.
The ‘nciNmlFreq’ values must be used in the formula for the base frequency values.
The maximum frequency (MaxFreq) value cannot be set higher than 163.830% of the base frequency (Base Freq).
Therefore, the maximum value of the ‘nciMaxSpeed’ variable is 163.830%.
49.99
1,500RPM
(1,499.7)
60.0
50.00 0
10.0
50.00 0
120.000%
20.00%
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4.2 User Object (User Function Profile Type)
Mandatory
Network
Variables
User Object(20001)
nvoUsrParaState1
nv9 SNVT_count
nvoUsrParaState2
nv10 SNVT_count
nvoUsrParaState3
nv11 SNVT_count
nvoUsrParaState4
nv12 SNVT_count
nvoUsrParaState5
nv13 SNVT_count
nvoUsrParaState6
nv14 SNVT_count
nvoUsrParaState7
nv15 SNVT_count
nvoUsrParaState8
nv16 SNVT_count
nviUsrParaCtrl1
nv1 SNVT_count
nviUsrParaCtrl2
nv2 SNVT_count
nviUsrParaCtrl3
nv3 SNVT_count
nviUsrParaCtrl4
nv4 SNVT_count
nviUsrParaCtrl5
nv5 SNVT_count
nviUsrParaCtrl6
nv6 SNVT_count
nviUsrParaCtrl7
nv7 SNVT_count
nviUsrParaCtrl8
nv8 SNVT_count
Input Network
Variable
Output Network
Variable
nc1 nciUsrRcvHrtBt (Optional)
nc2 nciUsrSndHrtBt (Optional)
nc3 nciUsrMinOutTm (Optional)
Configuration Properties

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Network Input Variables

Function Variable Name SNVT Type Min. Max.
User Parameter Control1 nviUsrParaCtrl1 SNVT_count 0 65535
User Parameter Control2 nviUsrParaCtrl2 SNVT_count 0 65535
User Parameter Control3 nviUsrParaCtrl3 SNVT_count 0 65535
User Parameter Control4 nviUsrParaCtrl4 SNVT_count 0 65535
User Parameter Control5 nviUsrParaCtrl5 SNVT_count 0 65535
User Parameter Control6 nviUsrParaCtrl6 SNVT_count 0 65535
User Parameter Control7 nviUsrParaCtrl7 SNVT_count 0 65535
User Parameter Control8 nviUsrParaCtrl8 SNVT_count 0 65535

4.3.1 nviUsrParaCtrl1–nviUsrParaCtrl8
Definition
Network input SNVT_count nviUsrParaCtrl1 –nviUsrParaCtrl8
Description
Network input variables ‘nviUsrParaCtrl1–nviUsrParaCtrl8’ are used to provide added flexibility while using LS
inverters. Because these variables are user-definable to match with the inverter parameters that the users intend to
adjust rather than permanently assigned to certain parameters, more convenient and enhanced configuration of the
inverter over a network becomes available.
For example, if the user decides to modify COM51–COM58 parameters over the network, these parameters may be
assigned to the network variables ‘nviUsrParaCtrl1–nviUsrParaCtrl8.’ Then, by registering addresses 0x0005
(Frequency Reference), 0x0006 (Command Source) and 0x0007 (Acceleration Time) to the inverter’s communication
parameters (COM51, COM52, and COM53), users can control the frequency reference with ‘nviUsrParaCtrl1’, provide
run commands with ‘nviUsrParaCtrl2,’ and adjust acceleration time with ‘nviUsrParaCtrl3.’
If the user intends to operate the inverter in the reverse (Rx) direction at 6000 Hz, with a 10.0 sec acceleration time,
‘nviUsrParaCtrl1’ may be set to 6000, ‘nviUsrParaCtrl2’ to 0x0004, and ‘nviUsrParaCtrl3’ to 100.

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Inverter Parameters Related to the ‘nviUsrParaCtrl1– nviUsrParaCtrl8’ Variables

Code Number/
Common Area Address
Code Description Default Range
COM-50 User Parameter Control Number 3 0–8
COM-51 User Parameter Control 1 0x0005 0–0xFFFF
COM-52 User Parameter Control 2 0x0006 0–0xFFFF
COM-53 User Parameter Control 3 0x0000 0–0xFFFF
COM-54 User Parameter Control 4 0x0000 0–0xFFFF
COM-55 User Parameter Control 5 0x0000 0–0xFFFF
COM-56 User Parameter Control 6 0x0000 0–0xFFFF
COM-57 User Parameter Control 7 0x0000 0–0xFFFF
COM-58 User Parameter Control 8 0x0000 0–0xFFFF

Note
When the inverter is used on a Lon Works network, COM-50 User Parameter Control Number is automatically set to
‘8’. If the user sets COM-50 to any other value from the keypad, it automatically reverts back to ‘8.’
Network Output Variables

Function Variable Name SNVT Type Min Max
User Parameter State1 nvoUsrParaState1 SNVT_count 0 65535
User Parameter State2 nvoUsrParaState2 SNVT_count 0 65535
User Parameter State3 nvoUsrParaState3 SNVT_count 0 65535
User Parameter State4 nvoUsrParaState4 SNVT_count 0 65535
User Parameter State5 nvoUsrParaState5 SNVT_count 0 65535
User Parameter State6 nvoUsrParaState6 SNVT_count 0 65535
User Parameter State7 nvoUsrParaState7 SNVT_count 0 65535
User Parameter State8 nvoUsrParaState8 SNVT_count 0 65535

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4.3.2 nviUsrParaState1–nviUsrParaState8
Definition
Network output SNVT_count NvoUsrParaState1–nvoUsrParaState8
Description
Network input variables ‘nvoUsrParaState1 – nvoUsrParaState8’ are used to provide flexibility in the monitoring
features of the LS inverters. Because these variables are user-definable to match with the inverter parameters that
the users intend to monitor, rather than permanently assigned to certain monitoring parameters, easy monitoring of
the inverter parameters over a network becomes available.
For example, if the user decides to monitor COM31–COM38 parameters over the network, these parameters may be
assigned to the network variables ‘nvoUsrParaState1 – nvoUsrParaState8.’ Then, by registering addresses
0x000A(Output Frequency), 0x000B(Output Voltage), and 0x941E (Jog Frequency) to the inverter’s communication
parameters (COM31, COM32, and COM33), users can monitor the output frequency with ‘nvoUsrParaState1’, the
output voltage with ‘nvoUsrParaState2,’ and the jog frequency with ‘nvoUsrParaState3.’
If the inverter is operating at 30 Hz with the DC link voltage of 150.0V and the jog frequency is 20.00 Hz,
‘nvoUsrParaState1’ displays 3000, ‘nvoUsrParaState2’ displays 1500, and ‘nvoUsrParaState3’ displays 2000.
Inverter Parameters Related to the ‘nviUsrParaState0– nviUsrParaState7’ Variables

Code Number/
Common Area Address
Code Description Default Range
COM-30 User Parameter State Number 3 0–8
COM-31 User Parameter State 1 0x000A 0–0xFFFF
COM-32 User Parameter State 2 0x000E 0–0xFFFF
COM-33 User Parameter State 3 0x000F 0–0xFFFF
COM-34 User Parameter State 4 0x0000 0–0xFFFF
COM-35 User Parameter State 5 0x0000 0–0xFFFF
COM-36 User Parameter State 6 0x0000 0–0xFFFF
COM-37 User Parameter State 7 0x0000 0–0xFFFF
COM-38 User Parameter State 8 0x0000 0–0xFFFF

Note
When the inverter is used on a LonWorks network, COM-30 User Parameter Control Number is automatically set to
‘8’. If the user sets COM-30 to any other value from the Keypad, it automatically reverts back to ‘8.’

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Network Configuration Variable

Feature Variable Name Optional/
Mandatory
SNVT Type
Receive Heartbeat Time for User Object nciUsrRcvHrtBt Optional SCPTmaxRcvTime
Send Heartbeat Time for User Object nciUsrSndHrtBt Optional SCPTmaxSndTime
Minimum Send Time for User Object nciUsrMinOutTm Optional SCPTMinOutTime

4.3.3 Receive Heart Beat Time for User Object (Mandatory)
Definition
Network config input SNVT_time_sec nciUsrRcvHrtBt
Description
The ‘nciUsrRcvHrtBt’ variable is used to configure the maximum update interval for network input variables
‘nviUsrParaCtrl1–nviUsrParaCtrl8.’ If the ‘nviUsrParaCtrl1–nviUsrParaCtrl8’ variables are not updated for the set time
(‘nciRcvUsrHrBt’ time value + PRT-13 Lost Cmd Time), the inverter decides that the command is lost, and runs in the
operation mode set at PRT-12 Lost Cmd Mode.
Lost command time protection operates only when the ‘nciUsrRcvHrtBt’ variable is set to a value other than ‘0,’ DRV-
06 Cmd Source and DRV-07 Freq Ref Src is set to any other value than ‘Fieldbus,’ and PRT-12 Lost Cmd Mode is set to
any other value than ‘None.’
The lost command protection feature is disabled if the ‘nciUsrRcvHrBt’ variable is set to 0.0 sec.

Typical Range 0.0 – 120.0 sec (0.1 sec)
A value of 0xFFFF (6553.5 sec) is invalid data.
0.0 sec (Receive Heart Beat is disabled)
Default

Inverter Parameters Related to the ‘nciUsrRcvHrtBt’ Variable

Code Number/
Common Area Address
Code Description Default Settings
DRV-06 Cmd Source Fx/Rx-1 Keypad
Fx/Rx-1
Fx/Rx-2
Int 485
FieldBus
Time Event
DRV-07 Freq Ref Src Keypad-1 Keypad-1

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Keypad-2
V1
Reserved
V2
I2
Int 485
FieldBus
Reserved
Pulse
PRT-12 Lost Cmd Mode None None
FreeRun
Dec
Hold Input
Hold Output
Lost Preset
PRT-13 Lost Cmd Time 1.0sec 0.1–120.0sec

Note
When the LonWorks network is used as a command source, the inverter’s lost command time becomes the time set
for the ‘nciUsrRcvHrtBt’ and PRT-13 Lost Cmd Time added together. However, if the ‘nciRcvHrBt’ variable is set to 0.0
sec, the lost command protection feature is disabled.
4.3.4 Send Heart Beat Time for User Object (Mandatory)
Definition
Network config input SNVT_time_sec nciUsrSndHrtBt
Description
The User Object network output variable ‘nciUsrSndHrtBt’ is used to configure the maximum output times
for‘nvoUsrParaState1 – nvoUsrParaState8’variables.

Typical Range 0.0 – 6553.4 sec
A value of 0xFFFF (6553.5 sec) is invalid data.
0.0 sec (Send Heart Beat is disabled)
Default

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4.3.5 Minimum Out Time for User Object (Mandatory)
Definition
Network config input SNVT_time_sec nciUsrMinOUtTm
Description
The ‘nciUsrMinOUtTm’ variable is used to configure the minimum wait time before the network output variables
‘nvoUsrParaState1–nvoUsrParaState8’ are sent to the network.
Rather than reflecting the changes in the variables each time they are made, a network update is performed when a
set period of ‘nciUsrMinOutTm’ has elapsed to reflect the changes. This feature is used to decrease the network
traffic.
Typical Range 0.0 – 6553.4 sec (0.1 sec increments)
A value of 0xFFFF (6553.5 sec) is invalid data.
Default 0.0 sec (Minimum Out Time is disabled)
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5. LED Information
The H100LonWorkscommunication module has four LEDs that indicate the current operation status of the
communication module. The following list shows the LED indicators on the H100 LonWorks communication module.
Note
Error LED or service LED may flash if one of the two communication cables (A or B) is not wired properly. Inspect the
communication cables to ensure that the connections are secure.

Indicator Color Description
SERVICE Green OFF – indicates that the H100 LonWorks communication module has been configured.
Flashing (0.5 Hz) – indicates that the H100 LonWorks communication module has not
been configured.
ON – lights when the service switch is turned on. If the LED stays on after turning off
the service switch, it means that the H100 LonWorks communication module does not
have the LonWorks application installed in it.
Flashing in 2-sec intervals – indicates that the H100 LonWorks communication
module has not been configured.
Flashing intermittently – indicates that electronic interference is affecting the
LonWorks network. Inspect network cables to ensure that the connections are secure.
CPU Green Flashing in 1-sec intervals– indicates that power is supplied to the communication
module and the CPU is operating normally.
COMM Green OFF – indicates that the module is not communicating.
Flashing – indicates that the module is currently communicating.
When the COMM LED flashes, the ‘ON’ state indicates transmission and the ‘OFF’ state
indicates reception.
ERROR Red CPU, ERROR LED flashing simultaneously– indicates a CAN (controller area
network) communication error. CAN refers to the type of interface used for
communication between the LonWorks communication module and the H100 Inverter.
Check the ‘Option Trip’ messages on the Keypad display.
Flashing intermittently– indicates that electronic interference is affecting the
LonWorks network. Inspect the network cables to ensure that the connections are
secure.

Service (Green)
COMM (Green)
ERROR (Red)
CPU (Green)