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Manual iE5

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SV-iE5 User Manual
0.1~0.4kW (200V)
z Read this manual carefully before
installing, wiring, operating, servicing
or inspecting this equipment.
zKeep this manual within easy reach
for quick reference.

Instructions
1
Thank you for purchasing LS Variable Frequency Drives!
Safety instructions are prepared to use the product safely and correctly by preventing any accident or risk beforehand, so
they should be always kept.
zIn this manual, safety instructions are divided into two classes; each has the following meaning.
zThroughout this manual, we use the following two illustrations to make you aware of safety considerations.
zAfter reading this manual, keep it handy for any user to quickly refer to
zRead this manual carefully to user SV-iE5 Series Inverter’s functions appropriately and safely.
zDo not remove the cover while the power is applied or the unit is in operation.
Or, it may cause electric shock.
zDo not run the inverter with the front cover removed.
Or, it may cause an electric shock due to high voltage terminals or charged capacitor exposure.
zDo not remove the cover except for periodic inspections or wiring, even if the input power is not applied.
Or, it may cause an electric shock due to charged capacitor exposure even if the power is cut off.
zWiring and periodic inspections should be performed at least 10 minutes after disconnecting the input power and
after checking the DC link voltage is discharged with a meter(below DC 30V).
Or, it may cause an electric shock (below DC 30V)
zOperate the switches with dry hands.
Or, it may cause an electric shock.
zDo not use the cable when its insulating tube is damaged.
Or, it may cause an electric shock.
zDo not subject the cables to any heavy load stressful to them.
Or, it may cause an electric shock due to damaged cable.
Warning
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Improper operation may result in serious personal injury or death
Improper operation may result in slight to medium personal injury or property damage
WARNING
CAUTION
identifies shock hazards under certain conditions.
identifies potential hazards under certain conditions.

Instructions

2

zInstall the inverter on a non-flammable surface.
Or, it may cause a fire if being installed on or closely to a flammable material.
zDisconnect the input power if the inverter gets damaged.
Or, it may result in a secondary accident and fire.
zAfter the input power is applied or removed, the inverter will remain hot for a couple of minutes.
Otherwise, you get bodily injuries such as skin-burn or damage.
zDo not apply power to a damaged inverter or an inverter with parts missing even if the installation is complete.
Or, it may cause an electric shock.
zDo not allow screw, metal chips, water drops, oil or other impurities into the inverter.
Or, it may cause a fire.
(1) Transport and installation
zCarry it correctly according to the specified weight.
zDo not stack the inverter boxes higher than recommended.
zInstall according to instruction specified in this manual.
zDo not open the cover during transport.
zDo not place any heavy load on the inverter.
zCheck whether the inverter mounting direction is correct.
zDo not drop the inverter, or subject it to impact.
zFollow your national electrical code for grounding(200V).
zAs soon as detaching PCB(Printed Circuit Board) for installation or repair, make sure to place it on conductor.
Otherwise, it may cause destruction due to static electricity.
zUse the inverter under the following environmental conditions.

Ambient temperature - 10 ~ 40 (non -freezing) Environment
Relative humidity 90% RH or less (non-condensing)
Storage temperature - 20 ~ 65
Service condition Free of any corrosive gas, combustible gas, oil mist or dust
Altitude, vibration Max. 1,000m above the sea level · 5.9m/sec²(=0.6g) or less

Operating Precautions
Caution

Instructions
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(2) Wiring
zDo not connect a power factor correction capacitor, surge suppressor, or RFI filter to the output of the inverter.
zThe connection orientation of the output cables should be in good order of U, V, W.
zIncorrect terminal wiring could result in the equipment damage.
zReversing the polarity (+/-) of the terminals could damage the inverter.
zThe only authorized and skilled person should perform wiring and inspections.
zAlways install the inverter before wiring.
(3) Trial run
zCheck all parameters during operation. Changing parameter values might be required depending on the load.
zAlways apply permissible range of voltage to the each terminal as indicated in this manual. Otherwise, it could lead
to inverter damage.
(4) Operation precautions
zNote that if the Auto restart function is selected, you must stay away from the equipment as a motor will restart
suddenly after an alarm stop.
zThe Stop key on the keypad is activated only when the setting has been made. Prepare an emergency stop switch
separately.
zIf any fault is reset with the reference signal present, a sudden start will automatically occur. Check that the
reference signal is turned off in advance. Otherwise an accident could occur.
zDo not modify or alter the inverter without permission.
zDo not use a magnetic contactor on the inverter input for frequent starting/stopping of the inverter.
zUse a noise filter to reduce the effect of electromagnetic interference. Otherwise nearby electronic equipment may
be affected.
zIn case of input voltage unbalance, install AC reactor. Power Factor capacitors and generators may become
overheated and damaged due to potential high frequency noise transmitted from inverter.
zBefore operating unit and prior to user programming, reset user parameters to default settings.
zInverter can easily be set to high-speed operations, Verify capability of motor or machinery prior to operating unit.
zStopping torque is not produced when using the DC-Break function. Install separate equipment when stopping
torque is needed.
(5) Fault prevention precautions
zProvide a safety backup such as an emergency brake which will prevent the machine and equipment from
hazardous conditions if the inverter fails.
(6) Maintenance, inspection and parts replacement
zDo not conduct a megger (insulation resistance) test on the control circuit of the inverter.
zRefer to Chapter 13 for periodic inspection (parts replacement).
Instructions

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(7) Disposal
zDispose of the inverter as treating industrial waste.
(8) General instructions
zMany of the diagrams and drawings in this instruction manual show the inverter without a circuit breaker, a cover or
partially open. Never run the inverter like this. Always place the cover with circuit breakers and follow this instruction
manual when operating the inverter.

Instructions
5
User’s Manual
zThe purpose of this manual is to provide the user with the necessary information to install, program, start up and
maintain the SV-iE5 series inverter.
zTo assure successful installation and operation of the SV-iE5 series inverter, the material presented must be
thoroughly read and understood before proceeding
zThis manual contains...

Ch. Title Description
1 Basic information
& Precautions
Provides general information and precautions for safe use of the inverter.
2 Installation Provides instructions on how to install the SV-iE5 inverter.
3 Wiring Provide the information on how to wire the input power and signal terminal
strip
4 Peripheral Describes how to connect the optional peripheral devices to the inverter.
5 Loader Illustrates keypad features and display.
6 Basic Operation Provides instructions for quick start of the inverter.
7 Function List Summarized table of functions.
8 Shows control flow to help users easily understand operation mode.
9 Basic Functions Provides information on basic functions such as frequency setup and
operation commands.
10 Advanced
Functions
Indicates advanced functions used for system application.
11 Monitoring Gives information on the operating status and fault information.
12 Protective
Functions
Outlines protective functions of the motor and the inverter.
13 Troubleshooting
& Maintenance
Provides information on potential troubles or abnormal situations.
14 COM Options Gives information on the inverter mounting with communication options.
15 Specifications Gives information on Input/Output rating, control type and more details of
the SV-iE5 inverter.

Control Block
Diagram

Contents

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Contents
1. Basic Information & Precaution ................................................................................................................................ 1-1
1.1 Important precautions ............................................................................................................................... 1-1
1.2 Parts’ Names & Details ............................................................................................................................. 1-2
1.3 Assembling & Disassembling.................................................................................................................... 1-3
2. Installation................................................................................................................................................................. 2-1
2.1 Installation precautions ............................................................................................................................. 2-1
2.2 Dimensions................................................................................................................................................ 2-4
3. Wiring........................................................................................................................................................................ 3-1
3.1 Control Terminal Wiring Diagram.............................................................................................................. 3-1
3.2 Power Terminal Wiring Diagram ............................................................................................................... 3-1
3.3 Grounding Specification ............................................................................................................................ 3-2
3.4 Control Terminal Wiring Specification ....................................................................................................... 3-3
3.5 PNP/NPN Modes Switch........................................................................................................................... 3-4
4. Peripheral.................................................................................................................................................................. 4-1
4.1 Configuration of Peripherals ..................................................................................................................... 4-1
4.2 Recommended MCCB and Magnetic Contactor ...................................................................................... 4-2
4.3 Recommended Reactors .......................................................................................................................... 4-2
5. Loader....................................................................................................................................................................... 5-1
5.1 Configuration............................................................................................................................................. 5-1
5.2 Alpha-numeric view on the LED ............................................................................................................... 5-2
5.3 Moving to other groups ............................................................................................................................. 5-3
5.4 How to move among codes in a group ..................................................................................................... 5-4
5.5 How to set parameters.............................................................................................................................. 5-7
5.6 Monitoring Operation Status ..................................................................................................................... 5-9
6. Basic Operation ........................................................................................................................................................ 6-1
6.1 Frequency Setting and Basic Operation................................................................................................... 6-1
7. Function List.............................................................................................................................................................. 7-1
8. Control Block Diagram............................................................................................................................................ 8-15
8.1 Control Flow ............................................................................................................................................ 8-15
8.2 Frequency Setting & Drive Mode Setting ............................................................................................... 8-15
8.3 Frequency Setting, Drive Acc./Dec. Setting and V/F Voltage Control.................................................... 8-16
9. Basic Functions......................................................................................................................................................... 9-1
9.1 Frequency Setting ..................................................................................................................................... 9-1
9.2 Multi-Step Frequency Setting.................................................................................................................... 9-4
9.3 Operating command setting method......................................................................................................... 9-5
9.4 Accel/Decel time and pattern setting ........................................................................................................ 9-8
Contents
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9.5 V/F Control ...............................................................................................................................................9-11
9.6 Stop method select.................................................................................................................................. 9-14
9.7 Frequency limit........................................................................................................................................ 9-15
10. Advanced Functions ............................................................................................................................................... 10-1
10.1 DC Brake................................................................................................................................................. 10-1
10.2 Jog operation........................................................................................................................................... 10-3
10.3 UP – DOWN operation............................................................................................................................ 10-4
10.4 3-Wire operation...................................................................................................................................... 10-5
10.5 Dwell operation ....................................................................................................................................... 10-5
10.6 Slip Compensation Control ..................................................................................................................... 10-6
10.7 PI Control ................................................................................................................................................ 10-8
10.8 Speed search operation ........................................................................................................................ 10-10
10.9 Auto Restart Operation ......................................................................................................................... 10-12
10.10 Operation Sound Select (carrier frequency change)............................................................................ 10-13
10.11 Parameter initialize/Lock....................................................................................................................... 10-13
11. Monitoring ................................................................................................................................................................11-1
11.1 Operating Status Monitoring ....................................................................................................................11-1
11.2 Monitoring I/O Terminal............................................................................................................................11-3
11.3 Monitoring Fault Condition.......................................................................................................................11-3
11.4 Analogue output .......................................................................................................................................11-5
11.5 Multi-function output terminal and Relay .................................................................................................11-6
12. Protective Function ................................................................................................................................................. 12-1
12.1 Overload Trip........................................................................................................................................... 12-1
12.2 Stall prevention........................................................................................................................................ 12-1
12.3 User’s fault detection .............................................................................................................................. 12-2
12.4 External trip signal................................................................................................................................... 12-3
12.5 Frequency command loss....................................................................................................................... 12-4
12.6 Inverter overload ..................................................................................................................................... 12-5
13. Troubleshooting and Maintenance ......................................................................................................................... 13-1
13.1 Protective Functions................................................................................................................................ 13-1
13.2 Fault Remedy.......................................................................................................................................... 13-3
13.3 Precautions for maintenance .................................................................................................................. 13-5
13.4 Checklist.................................................................................................................................................. 13-5
13.5 Parts Replacement.................................................................................................................................. 13-5
14. COM Option (RS-485) ............................................................................................................................................ 14-1
14.1 Introduction.............................................................................................................................................. 14-1
14.2 Specifications .......................................................................................................................................... 14-1
14.3 Installation ............................................................................................................................................... 14-2
Contents

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14.4 Inverter functional code setting............................................................................................................... 14-3
14.5 Operation................................................................................................................................................. 14-4
14.6 COM Protocol(ModBus-RTU) ................................................................................................................. 14-4
14.7 Communication Protocol (LS BUS) ........................................................................................................ 14-5
14.8 Parameter code list ................................................................................................................................. 14-9
14.9 Troubleshooting..................................................................................................................................... 14-15
14.10 ASCII Code List..................................................................................................................................... 14-16
15. Specifications.......................................................................................................................................................... 15-1
15.1 Technical data ......................................................................................................................................... 15-1
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY ............................................................................................................................. 15-1

Chapter 1. Basic Information & Precaution
1-1
1.Basic Information & Precaution
1.1 Important precautions
Unpacking &
Inspection

Unpack the package and check the inverter type, output ratings on the nameplate and
whether the inverter is intact. In addition, inspect the inverter for any damage that may
have occurred during shipping.
SV 004 iE5 - 1 C
zAccessories
If you have found any discrepancy, damage, etc., contact your dealer or sales
representative (refer to the rear cover page of this manual).
Inverter type
Rated output spec.
Inverter capacity
Manufacturer and
manufacturing country
Rated Input spec.
Preparations of
instruments and
parts required for
operation
Instruments and parts to be prepared depend on how the inverter is operated. Prepare
optional (additional) equipments and parts as necessary.
Installation To operate the inverter with high performance for a long time, install the inverter
considering a proper place and the correct direction with proper clearances.
Wiring Connect the power supply, motor and operation signals (control signals) to the terminal
block. Note that incorrect connection may damage the inverter and peripheral devices.

Motor rating Series name Input power RS-485 option
001 0.1 [kW] 1
Single phase
200V
C No option
002 0.2 [kW] 2
3 Phases
200V
- No option
004 0.4 [kW]
Extra small
commercial
inverter
Barcode and serial number

Chapter 1. Basic Information & Precaution
1-2
1.2 Parts’ Names & Details
zAppearance
zInside view with front cover removed
Refer to 1.3 for details when remove front cover.
Front cover:
Removed when wiring and
installing

Status
display
LED

Inverter nameplate:
Indicating the capacity and
rating of the inverter
Variable resistance for
frequency setting
RUN button
Cover screws
Power input
NPN, PNP Select switch
COM part: built in for COM
type product
Inverter ground terminal
Versatile relay output terminal
Control signal terminal
Motor output (lower)
DC power (upper)
Analogue input select switch

Chapter 1. Basic Information & Precaution
1-3
1.3 Assembling & Disassembling
zTo remove the front cover, press both indented sides of the cover lightly and pull it up.
zThe front cover is completely removed if lifting it up and removing the fixed part. Wiring and installation is
available only with the cover removed.

Caution For the control terminal, use the cables presented in this manual. Using a thicker one than
the reference type may interfere with assembling or subject the cable sheath to damage.

Press the indented
sides to remove the
cover.
Remove the screw
for wiring
After the cover
removed, the
terminal wiring is
possible.

Chapter 2. Installation
2-1
2.Installation
2.1 Installation precautions
CAUTION
zHandle the inverter with care to prevent the plastic components damaged.
zAvoid installing the inverter in a place where vibration from bogie or press exists.
zInstall in a location where ambient air temperature is within the permissible range (-10 ~ 40°C).
zMaximum Surrounding Air Temperature of 40 °C (UL508C)
< Ambient air Temp Checking Location >
zThe inverter will be very hot during operation. Install it on a flame-retardant surface.
zInverter is a heating source, so the installation place needs enough space for proper heat dissipation
zIn case installed in a panel without ventilating opening, secure space as presented in Figure 1.
zIf the inverters are installed in a row, make sure to leave space between and among them as seen in Figure 2.
Note that side space may vary depending on a panel’s cooling efficiency.
[Figure 1] [Figure 2]
zProtect from high temperature and high moisture and/or direct sunlight.
zInstall the inverter inside a “totally enclosed” panel to protect against oil mist, water or dust.
5cm 5cm
5cm
20cm 20cm
17cm
17cm
5cm 5cm

Chapter 2. Installation
2-2
zWhen two or more inverters are installed inside a panel, the inverters and fans must be installed in proper
positions with extreme care.
zInstall the inverter using screws or bolts to insure the inverter is firmly fastened.
< For installing multiple inverters in a panel >

Caution Arrange hot air from the inverters is discharged when installing them on a panel. ‘X’ shows
incorrect layout example.

 

Caution A fan is to be installed so that the air inside the inverter is well discharged as seen in the
left figure. ‘X’ shows an example of reduced cooling effect, possibly causing the inverter to
overheat.

 

Hot ai

r
Chapter 2. Installation
2-3

Warning
zFollows procedure below when Install the inverter for successful operation.

 

Caution iE5 has self cooling structure using air. Therefore install the inverter vertically possible to air
circulation. Malfunction or fire may be caused when installed horizontally.

 

Caution z Heat protection pin of iE5 is a high heating element. Caution to contact while operate
the products.
z Since switching heat occurs when inverter output without connection motors, Do not
operate inverter independently. Skin burn or malfunction may be caused.

Chapter 2. Installation
2-4
2.2 Dimensions

Inverter 001iE5-1 002iE5-1 004iE5-1 001iE5-2 002iE5-2 004iE5-2
W 68 68 68 68 68 68
H 128 128 128 128 128 128
D 85 85 115 85 85 115
H1 124 124 124 124 124 124
W1 64 64 64 64 64 64
φ 4.2 4.2 4.2 4.2 4.2 4.2
Weight(kg) 0.44 0.46 0.68 0.43 0.45 0.67

Note
Use M4 screw for fixing the inverter on a panel.
W
H
D
H1
W1

Chapter 3. Wiring
3-1
3.Wiring
3.1 Control Terminal Wiring Diagram
3.2 Power Terminal Wiring Diagram

Caution In case of single phase, the input power should be connected to R, S terminals. If connected
to T phase, the inverter does not work.

Note
Refer to page 3-3 for the dimensions of the
control terminal

0.1~0.4kW IE5 Power Terminal Spec.
I wire thickness 16AWG, 1.25 mm2
O wire thickness 16AWG, 1.25 mm2
G wire thickness 14AWG, 1.25 mm2
I/O terminal 16AWG, 1.25 mm2
/3.5 φ
Terminal torque 3.5 lb-in

220Vac
U V W
P P1 DCN
R S T

30A
30B
30C

 

A contact output Multi function
relay output
terminal
B contact output
A/B contact common

 

Multi
function
Input
terminal
Default FX : forward run
12V power(12V,100mA) for external volume
RX : reverse run
EST : emergency stop
JOG : jog operation
RST : trip reset
Analogue frequency input(Voltage or current)

 

Input signal common
Analogue output: 0 ~ 10V

 

P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
VR
AI

 

CM
AM

G
Power-indicative
lamp
T/M Description

Chapter 3. Wiring
3-2

CAUTION
zSuitable For Use On A Circuit Capable of Delivering Not More Than 5000 RMS Symmetrical Amperes, 240
Volts Maximum. (UL508C)
zUse Copper Conductors Only, 75 °C only with a torque rating. (UL508C)
zMake sure the input power is off before wiring.
zWhen the inverter’s input power is cut off after operation, wire it after DC circuit voltage inside the inverter is
fully discharged by measuring P1 and N with a tester (voltameter). If there is no tester, wire it after the power
lamp is completely out.
zApplying input power supply to the output terminals U, V and W causes internal inverter damage.
zUse ring terminals with insulated caps when wiring the input power and motor wiring
zDo not leave wire fragments inside the inverter. it can cause faults, breakdowns and malfunctions.
zNever short P1 or P with N. Shorting terminals may cause internal inverter damage
zDo not connect static condenser, surge killer or radio noise filter to the output of the inverter. Otherwise, the
inverter’s protection function starts working or it may cause condenser or surge suppressor broken.
zThe inverter is delivered that P~P1 are connected to short circuit

3.3 Grounding Specification

WARNING
zUse the Type 3 grounding method (Ground impedance: Below 100Ω).
zUse the dedicated ground terminal to ground the inverter. Do not use the screw in the case or chassis, etc for
grounding.

Note
zGrounding procedure
1) Remove the front cover.
2) Connect the Grounding wire to the ground terminal
as shown above

CAUTION
Follow the grounding specifications.

 

Inverter Cap. 001iE5, 002iE5,004iE5 – 1,2
Wire size 14AWG, 2mm2
Lug spec. 14AWG, 2mm2, 4φ
Grounding method Special type 3

Chapter 3. Wiring
3-3
3.4 Control Terminal Wiring Specification

Terminal description COM optional terminal
P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 VR AI AM CM S+ S
T/M Terminal description Wire size Torque [lb-in] Remarks
P1~P5 Multi-function input T/M 1-5 22 AWG,0.3 mm2 3.0
VR Power T/M for external volume resistance 22 AWG,0.3 mm2 3.0
AI Analogue frequency input T/M 22 AWG,0.3 mm2 3.0
AM Multi-function output T/M 22 AWG,0.3 mm2 3.0
CM Common terminal 22 AWG,0.3 mm2 3.0

Multi-function Relay T/M Spec.
30A 30B 30C

T/M Terminal description Wire size Torque[lb-in] Remarks
30A Multi-function relay output A contact 20 AWG,0.5 mm2 4.5
30B Multi-function relay output B contact 20 AWG,0.5 mm2 4.5
30C Common for Multi-function relays 20 AWG,0.5 mm2 4.5

 

CAUTION
Tie the control wires more than 15cm away from the control terminals. Otherwise, it interferes with front cover
reinstallation.

Note
When you use external power supply (24V) for multi-function input terminal (P1~P5), terminals will be active
above 12V level. Take caution not to drop the voltage below 12V.

Chapter 3. Wiring
3-4
3.5 PNP/NPN Modes Switch

Internal Power
[NPN](up)
Using internal
24V

 

External power
[PNP](down)
Using external
24V

 

Voltage input[ V ](right)
Analogue
voltage input

 

Current input[ I ](left)
Analogue
current input

Note
The setting direction of switch in the above figure
is in black.
P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 CM
P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 CM
z24 Vdc
0~20mA
AI CM
0~10Vdc
1~10k
Ω
AI CM
VR AI CM
2) Using external voltage
3) Using variable resistor
1) Using external current

Chapter 4. Peripheral
4-1
4.Peripheral
4.1 Configuration of Peripherals
Correct peripherals must be selected and properly connected. An incorrectly applied or installed inverter may result in
system malfunction or reduction in product life as well as component damage. You must read and understand this
manual thoroughly before proceeding.
zAC power input

Peripheral Name Caution
Input power Use the power supply within the permissible range of
inverter input power rating (Refer to Page 15-1).
MCCB or ELB Select circuit breakers with care. A large inrush
current may flow in the inverter at power on.
Magnetic
contactor
Install it if necessary. When installed, do not use it for
the purpose of starting or stopping. Otherwise, it may
cause the reduction of product life.
AC or DC reactors The reactors must be used when the power factor is
to be improved or the inverter is installed near a large
power supply system (20times and more than its cap.
and wiring distance within 10m).
Maintain the ambient temperature within the
permissible range because the life is sensitive to the
temperature. Incorrect terminal wiring could result in
equipment damage.

Installation and
wiring
Inverter output
Do not connect a static condenser, surge suppressor
or radio noise filter to the output side of the inverter.

Chapter 4. Peripheral
4-2
4.2 Recommended MCCB and Magnetic Contactor

Model MCCB (LSIS) ELB (LSIS) MC (LSIS)
001iE5-1 5A 5A GMC- 9 7A ABS33b EBS33b
002iE5-1 10A 10A GMC-12 9A
004iE5-1 15A 15A GMC-18 13A
001iE5-2 3A 3A GMC- 9 7A
002iE5-2 5A 5A GMC- 9 7A
004iE5-2 10A 10A GMC-12 9A

4.3 Recommended Reactors

Model AC Input fuse AC reactor DC reactor
001iE5-1 20A 4.2mH, 3.5A 10mH, 3A
002iE5-1 20A 4.2mH, 3.5A 10mH, 3A
004iE5-1 20A 5.1mH, 5.4A 7mH, 5A
001iE5-2 20A 4.2mH, 3.5A 10mH, 3A
002iE5-2 20A 4.2mH, 3.5A 10mH, 3A
004iE5-2 20A 4.2mH, 3.5A 7mH, 5A

Chapter 5. Loader
5-1
5. Loader
5.1 Configuration
Note
STOP key of the inverter iE5 also contains reset function, which is used to cancel trip. Trip may be cancelled by
using this key.

Display Description
FWD ‘On’ during forward run Blinks when a fault occurs
REV ‘On’ during reverse run
SET ‘On’ during parameter setting
RUN ‘On’ during inverter operation
7 Segments Displaying operation status and parameter information

 

Key Name Description
S Up Scroll through codes or increase parameter value
T Down Scroll through codes or decrease parameter value
RUN Run Operation command
STOP Stop STOP : stop during operation, RST : reset in case of fault
FUNC Function Edit parameters or save edited parameter values
SHFT Shift Move among groups/the number of ciphers left during parameter setting
Volume resistance Used to change driving frequency

FWD/REV LED
SET LED
RUN LED
7 Segment LED
UP, DOWN
SHFT
FUNC
RUN,STOP/RESET
Volume Resistance

Chapter 5. Loader
5-2
5.2 Alpha-numeric view on the LED
Refer to the below table summarizing the characters displayed on the LED.
Note
Inverter iE5 uses 7-segment display. Therefore, it displays numbers and alphabet as the above table. Make sure to
fully comprehend them for reading the fault messages/functional information.
Note
The 7-Segment operates in three statuses; on, off and blink. Throughout this manual, on is in black, blank is in grey
and off is not separately presented.
i.e.)

Inverter LED No. Inverter LED Eng Inverter LED Eng Inverter LED Eng
0 A K U
1 B L V
2 C M W
3 D N X
4 E O Y
5 F P Z
6 G Q
7 H R
8 I S
9 J T

OFF ON Blink
Chapter 5. Loader
5-3
5.3 Moving to other groups
zThere are two different parameter groups in SV-iE5 series as shown below.
Moving to the other parameter group
Drive group PG group
SHFT
SHFT
SHFT SHFT
Can move between groups if pressing SHFT key in code 0 of Drive Group/PG Group as shown in the figure. If
pressing SHFT in other codes but 0, it moves to the first code of a selected group and it moves between groups
if pressing SHFT once more.
1) Target frequency is set in the first code of Drive Group. It is delivered with 0.00 set as the default and any
differently changed driving frequency is displayed once a user changes it.

Type Description

Drive group Basic parameters necessary to
operate the inverter; target
frequency,
acceleration/deceleration time
and etc.
PG group Parameter group for additional
functions
PG group
Drive group
Note1)
Chapter 5. Loader
5-4
5.4 How to move among codes in a group
zMoving between groups
Moving from 15 of PG Group to Drive Group

1 -. Display Code 15 of PG Group.
-. Press SHFT key.
2 -. It displays F0, the first code of PG Group.
-. Press SHFT key.
3 -. It displays 0.00, the first code of Drive Group.

zCode change in Drive Group

1 -. It displays 0.00, the 1st code of Drive Group.
-. Press UP(
S) key.
Drive group
2 -. It displays ACC, the 2nd code of Drive Group.
-. Press UP(
S) key.
3 -. It displays dEC, the 3rd code of Drive Group.
-. Keep pressing UP(
S) key.
4 -. It displays drC, the final code of Drive Group
-. Press UP(
S) key in the final code of Drive
Group.
5 -. It returns to the 1st code of Drive Group.
Note
For moving reversely, use DOWN(T) key.

Drive group SHFT PG group
Chapter 5. Loader
5-5
zCode jump
Moving from code 1(P 0) to the code15(P15) in PG Group

1 -. It displays P0, the 1st code of Drive Group.
-. Press FUNC key.
FUNC
SHFT
X5
FUNC
2 -. SET lamp lights up. Changeable number blinks
-. It shows moving to Code 1 is possible. Set 5 using
UP(
S) key.
3 -. The 1st digit is changed to 5.
-. Press SHFT key.
-. Blinking cursor moves and 05 is displayed.
Change it to 1 using UP(
S) key.
4 -. It shows moving to Code 15 is possible.
-. Pressing FUNC key enters 15.
5 -. SET lamp is out.
-. It displays Code 15 of PG Group.

zCode change in PG Group
Moving from code 1 to code 15 in PG group

1 -. It displays Code 1 of PG Group.
-. Keep pressing UP(
S) key until P 15 is
displayed.
2 -. It displays Code 15 of PG Group.

Note
Some codes will be skipped in the middle of increment (S)/decrement (T) for code change in PG Group. That is
because it is programmed that some codes are intentionally reserved for later use or the codes user does not use
are invisible. For details, refer to the table of functions in Chapter 7.

Chapter 5. Loader
5-6
zFrequency setting
When changing RUN frequency to 30.05 [Hz] in Drive Group
FUNC SHFT
Drive group
X5 X3 X3 FUNC

1 -. It displays Target Frequency, the 1st code of Drive Group.
-. Press FUNC key.
2 -. SET lamp lights up.
-. The second decimal
0 becomes active.
-. Press the UP (
S) key until 5 is displayed.
3 -. The second decimal is changed to 5.
-. Press SHFT key.
4 -. The first decimal 0 becomes active.
-. Press SHFT key twice.
5 -. The first digit 0 becomes active.
-. Set 3 using UP(
S) key.
6 -. Press FUNC key.
7 -. 30.05 blinks quickly and it asks whether to save the value.
-. Press FUNC key.
8 -. SET lamp is out.
-. Blink stops and the saved target frequency are displayed.

Note
Parameter setting is disabled when pressing other Keys except Function Key(FUNC) in step 6 where 30.05 blinks
quickly.

Chapter 5. Loader
5-7
5.5 How to set parameters
zParameter change in Drive Group
Changing acceleration duration from 5.0 to 16.0 seconds
SHFT SHFT
FUNC
FUNC
Drive group

1 -. It displays the target frequency, the 1st code of Drive Group.
-. Press UP(
S) key.
2 -. It displays ACC, the acceleration duration, the 2nd code of Drive Group.
-. Press Function(FUNC) key.
3 -. SET lamp lights up.
-. 0 in 5.0 blinks, which means that the digit may be changed.
-. Press Shift(SHFT) key.
4 -. The digit to change is moved to the first digit.
-. Press UP(
S) key.
5 -. The digit to change is increased, being changed to 6.0.
-. Press Shift(SHFT) key.
6 -. The digit to change is moved the tenth digit.
-. Press UP(
S) key.
7 -. It displays 16.0.
-. Press Function(FUNC) key.
-. 16.0 blinks wholly.
1)
-. Press Function(FUNC) key. ACC duration of 16.0 seconds is entered.
8 -. SET lamp is out
-. It displays ACC. ACC duration is changed to 16.0 seconds.

1) That every digit blinks quickly while modifying a parameter means asking whether to enter a modified value. At
the moment, pressing Function(FUNC) key completes the entry. To cancel it instead of entering a parameter, press
any key such as Shift(SHFT), UP(
S) or DOWN(T) but Function(FUNC) key.
Chapter 5. Loader
5-8
zParameter change in PG Group
Changing P34, Code 34 of PG Group from 0 to 1
PG group
FUNC
FUNC
SHFT
FUNC
X4 SHFT X3 FUNC

1 -. The 1st code of PG Group is displayed.
-. Press FUNC key.
2 -. SET lamp lights up.
-. Can move to Code 1.
-. Chang it to 4 by using UP(
S) key.
3 -. The first digit is changed to 4
-. Press SHFT key.
4 -. 0 in 04 is active.
-. Increase up to 3 by using UP(
S) key.
5 -. Can move to Code 34
-. Press FUNC key.
6 -. SET lamp is out.
-. It means the current position is Code 34 of PG Group.
-. Press FUNC key.
7 -. SET lamp light up.
-. Code 34 is set to 0.
-. Increase it to 1 by using UP(
S) key.
8 -. Press FUNC key.
-. Press FUNC key once more when 1 blinks.
-. SET lamp is out.
9 -. Function code change is complete.
-. Press SHFT key.
10 -. Moved to Code 1 of PG Group.

Chapter 5. Loader
5-9
5.6 Monitoring Operation Status
zDisplaying Current Output
Monitoring output current in Drive Group
FUNC
X8
FUNC
Drive group

1 -. The target frequency, Code 1 of Drive Group is displayed
-. Press UP(
S) key or DOWN(T) key until Cur is displayed.
2 -. Moved to a code to monitor output current.
-. Press FUNC key.
3 -. Present output current is 2.5[A].
-. Press FUNC key.
4 -. Return to the output current monitoring code.

Note
Other parameters in Drive group such as dCL (Inverter DC link voltage) or vOL (Inverter output voltage) can be
monitored via the same method.

Chapter 5. Loader
5-10
zFault display
How to monitor fault condition in Drive Group
Current
Frequency
Drive group
STOP
FUNC
Overcurrent Accel
trip

1 -. OCt appears when an Overcurrent fault occurs.
-. Press FUNC key.
-. Press UP(
S) key or DOWN (T) key.
2 -. The run frequency at the time of trip is displayed.
-. Press UP(
S) key.
3 -. The output current at the time of trip is displayed
-. Press UP(
S) key.
4 -. Operating status is displayed. A fault occurred during acceleration
-. Press STOP key.
5 -. A fault condition is cleared and “nOn” is displayed.

 

Note
Trip occurrence is displayed in one of modes like ACC, DEC, Stp or Std. Fault causes may be expected by using
the indication.

Chapter 5. Loader
5-11
zWhen types of faults occur at the same time

Note
In case inverter trip occurs, it shows the type in the current fault status indication code. In the case, if clearing it
away by resetting or turning it off, fault info is moved to fault history(P 1) of PG Group.
However, if any, the existing fault history moves from (P 1) to (P 2) or from (P 2) to (P 3); the latest fault info is
saved in (P 1) through (P 3).

When Overcurrent(OCt), overvoltage(Ovt) and overheat(OHt) occur simultaneously
-. When various trips occur simultaneously, it shows like the figure above and it can show up to 3 trips.
Overcurrent
Overvoltage
Overheating
Drive

Chapter 6. Basic Operation
6-1
6.Basic Operation
6.1 Frequency Setting and Basic Operation
Note
The following parameters are set to factory defaults. Therefore, results may be different if any parameter is
changed by a user. In this case, initialize parameters(see page 10-13) back to factory defaults and follow the
instructions below.
zIf setting frequency with the loader and commanding operation on the inverter’s terminal

No. Indication Operation & description
1 -. Target frequency, the first code of Drive Group when turning it on.
-. Press FUNC key.
2 -. The second decimal, 0 in 0.00 displayed blinks.
-. Press SHFT three times.
3 -. 00.00 is displayed and the very left 0 blinks.
-. Press UP(
S) key.
4 -. Confirming 10.00, press FUNC key.
-. 10.00 blinks quickly as a whole. Press FUNC key once more.
5 -. Target frequency is changed to 10.00Hz.
-. Turn on the switch between P1(FX) and CM terminals.
6 -. FWD(forward run) lamp of the inverter display blinks and accelerating frequency is
displayed on the LED.
-. When target run frequency 10Hz is reached, 10.00 is displayed.
-. Turn off the switch between P1 (FX) and CM terminals.
7 -. FWD lamp begins to blink and decelerating frequency is displayed on the LED.
-. When run frequency is reached to 0Hz, RUN and FWD lamp turn off and target
frequency (10.00) is displayed.

 

Wiring diagram Operating pattern
M
220 Vac
Frequency
10 Hz

L1(R)
L2(S)
(T)
P
P1
N
G
U
V
W
P1(FX)
CM
P1(FX)-CM ON OFF

Chapter 6. Basic Operation
6-2
zIf setting frequency with volume resistance on the loader and commanding operation on the inverter’s terminal

No. Indication Operation & description
1 -. Target frequency, the first code of Drive Group when turning it on.
-. Press UP(
S) key four times.
2 -. Moved to a code to change a frequency setting mode.
-. Press FUNC key.
3 -. The current frequency setting mode is set to 0(frequency setting using loader).
-. Press UP(
S) key two times.
4 -. Check 3(frequency setting by loader’s volume resistance).
-. Press FUNC key.
-. 3 blinks quickly. Press FUNC key once more.
5 -. Frq is displayed and frequency setting mode is changed to loader volume.
-. Press SHFT moves to target frequency, the first code of Drive Group.
-. Turn the loader volume to MAX or MIN to set to 10.00Hz.
6 -. Turn on the switch between P1 (FX) and CM.
-. FWD(forward run) lamp of the inverter display blinks and accelerating frequency is
displayed on the LED.
-. When run frequency 10Hz is reached, the value is displayed as shown left.
-. Turn off the switch between P1 (FX) and CM terminals.
7 -. FWD(forward run) lamp of the inverter display blinks and decelerating frequency is
displayed on the LED.
-. When run frequency is reached to 0Hz, Run and FWD lamp turn off and target
frequency(10.00)is displayed

Wiring diagram Operating pattern

M
220 Vac
FUNC
SHFT
STOP
RUN
Frequency
10 Hz

L1(R)
L2(S)
(T)
P
P1
N
G
U
V
W
P1(FX)
CM
P1(FX)-CM ON OFF

Chapter 6. Basic Operation
6-3
zIf setting frq with volume resistance on the loader and commanding operation with RUN key on the loader

No. Indication Operation & description
1 -. Target frequency, the first code of Drive Group when turning it on.
-. Press UP(
S) key three times.
2 -. Moved to a code to change a frequency setting mode
-. Press FUNC key.
3 -. The current frequency setting mode is set to 1(terminal)
-. Press DOWN (
T) key.
4 -. Operation command mode may be changed to 0(RUN key of the loader).
-. Press FUNC key twice.
5 -. It displays drv and operation command mode is changed to RUN key.
-. Press UP(
S) key once.
6 -. Moved to frequency setting mode(Frq) code.
-. Press FUNC key.
7 -. Frequency setting mode is changed to 0(keypad of the loader).
-. Press UP(
S) key two times.
8 -. Frequency setting mode may be changed to 3(loader’s volume resistance).
-. Press FUNC key twice.
9 -. It displays Frq and frequency setting mode is changed to loader volume.
-. Turn the loader volume to set to 10.00 in either Max or Min direction.
10 -. Press RUN key. FWD(forward run) lamp of the inverter display blinks and
accelerating frequency is displayed on the LED.
-. When run frequency 10Hz is reached, it is displayed as shown left.
-. Press STOP key.
11 -. FWD(forward run) lamp of the inverter display blinks and decelerating frequency is
displayed on the LED.
-. When run frequency 10Hz is reached, FWD(forward run) lamp is out and target
frequency(10.00) is displayed on the LED.

Wiring diagram Operating pattern

FUNC
SHFT
STOP
RUN
M
220 Vac
Frequency
10 Hz

L1(R)
L2(S)
(T)
P
P1
N
G
U
V
W
RUN
STOP/RST

Chapter 7. Function List
7-1
7.Function List
zDrive Group

Display Name Min/Max
range
Description Factory
defaults
Adj.
during
run
Page
0.0 Frequency
command
0 ~ 200
[Hz]
This parameter sets the operation frequency.
During stop, it displays Frequency Command;
During run, it shows output frequency. During
multi-step operation, it becomes frequency 0. It
cannot be set greater than Max frequency(P16).
0.00 O 9-1
ACC Acc time 5.0 O 9-8 0 ~ 6000
[sec]
During multi-acc/dec operation, this parameter
serves as acc/dec time 0.
dEC Dec time 10.0 O 9-8
0 Operate with RUN/STOP key of the loader 9-5 drv Drive mode 0 ~ 3 1 X
1 FX: forward run
RX: reverse run
Terminal
operation
9-6
2 FX: Run/stop command
RX: Reverse rotation
3 communication: communication option
0 Set loader digital frequency 1 9-1 Digital Frq Frequency
setting
method
0 ~ 4 0 X
1 Set loader digital frequency 2 9-1
2 Terminal AI input 9-3 Analogue
3 Loader volume resistance 9-2
4 communication option
St1 Multi-step
frequency 1
Set multi-step frequency 1 10.00 O 0 ~ 200
[Hz]
9-4
St2 Multi-step
frequency 2
Set multi-step frequency 2 20.00 O
St3 Multi-step
frequency 3
Set multi-step frequency 3 30.00 O

Chapter 7. Function List
7-2
zDrive Group

Display Name Min/Ma
x range
Description Factory
defaults
Adj.
during
run
Page
CUr Output current - Display output current - - 11-1
rPM No. of motor
rotation
- Display the no. of motor rotation(RPM) - - 11-1
dCL - Display DC voltage inside the inverter - - 11-1
vOL Output voltage - Display the inverter’s output voltage. vOL - 11-2
nOn Fault display - Display the types of fault, frequency,
current and operation status.
- - 11-4
If operation command mode(drv) is set to
0, select the direction of motor rotation
drC Selection of
motor rotation
direction
F, r P O 9-7
F Forward operation
r Reverse operation

Inverter DC
voltage

Chapter 7. Function List
7-3
zPG Group

Display Name Min/Max
range
Description Factory
defaults
Adj.
during
run
Page
P 0 Jump code 0 ~ 88 Sets the code number to jump 1 O 5-5
P 1 Fault log 1 - It logs the information on the types of
faults, and the frequency, current and
status such as acceleration, deceleration
and stop at the time of trouble. The latest
fault is automatically recorded in log 1.
nOn - 11-4
P 2 Fault log 2 - nOn -
P 3 Fault log 3 - nOn -
P 4 Fault log removal 0 ~ 1 Remove log P1~P3. 0 O
0 Both F/R directions available P 5 Prohibition of
forward/reverse
rotation
0 ~ 2 0 X 9-7
1 Forward rotation prohibited
2 Reverse rotation prohibited
P 6 Acc pattern 0 Linear pattern operation 0 ~ 1 0 X 9-9
P 7 Dec pattern 1 S-curve pattern operation
0 Deceleration to stop P 8 Stop mode
selection
0 ~ 2 0 X 9-14
1 DC brake to stop
2 Free run to stop
P 9
1)
DC brake start
frequency
0.1 ~ 60
[Hz]
It sets DC brake start frequency.
It cannot be set below start
frequency(P18).
5.00 X 10-1
P10 DC brake wait
time
0 ~ 60
[sec]
When DC brake frequency is reached,
the inverter holds the output for the
setting time before starting DC brake.
0.10 X
P11 DC brake voltage
amount
0 ~ 200
[%]
It sets the amount of DC voltage applied
to a motor. Motor rated current(P43).
50 X
P12 DC brake time 0 ~ 60
[sec]
It sets the time taken to apply DC current
to a motor.
1.0 X

1) Displayed only when P8 is set to 1(DC brake to stop)
Chapter 7. Function List
7-4
zPG Group

Display Name Min/Max
range
Description Factory
defaults
Adj.
during
run
Page
P13 DC brake start
voltage
0 ~ 200
[%]
It sets the amount of DC voltage before a motor
starts to run. Motor rated current(P43)
50 X 10-2
P14 DC brake start
time
0 ~ 60
[sec]
It applies the current to a motor for the set time
before motor accelerates.
0.0 X
P15 Jog frequency 0 ~ 200
[Hz]
It sets the frequency for jog operation. It can not
be set above the max frequency(P16).
10.00 O 10-3
This parameter sets the upper limit frequency.
It is frequency reference for Accel./Decel.
P16 Max
frequency
40 ~ 200
[Hz]
60.00 X 9-8
Note
If changing the max frequency, all other
frequency parameters but P17(base frequency)
would be changed to the frequency if they are
above the new max. frequency.
P17 Base
frequency
30 ~ 200
[Hz]
The inverter outputs its rated voltage to the
motor at this frequency.
60.00 X 9-11
P18 Start
frequency
0.1 ~ 10
[Hz]
The inverter starts to output its voltage at this
frequency.
It is lower frequency limit of frequency(Hz).
0.5 X
P19 Torque boost
selection
0 Manual torque boost 0 ~ 1 0 X 9-13
1 Auto torque boost
P20 Forward
torque boost
Torque boost amount of motor during forward
run, based on max. output voltage.
5.0 X 0 ~ 15
[%]
P21 Reverse
torque boost
Torque boost amount of motor during reverse
run based on max. output voltage.
5.0 X
P22 V/F pattern 0 ~ 1 0 Linear 9-11 0 X
1 Square 9-12

Chapter 7. Function List
7-5
zPG Group

Display Name Min/Max
range
Description Factory
defaults
Adj.
during
run
Page
P23 Output
voltage
adjustment
40 ~ 110
[%]
It adjusts the amount of output voltage, based on
the percentage of input voltage.
100 X 9-12
P24 Overload trip
selection
0 ~ 1 This parameter turns off the inverter output when
motor is overloaded. Overload protection function
works if it is set to 1.
1 0 12-1
P25
1)
Overload trip
level
50 ~ 200
[%]
It sets the amount of overload current, based on
the percentage of Motor rated current(P43)
180 0
P26 Overload trip
time
0 ~ 60
[sec]
It turns off the inverter output when overload trip
level current(P25) flows for overload trip time.
60 0
Sets stall prevention function P27 Stall
prevention
select
0 ~ 7 0 X 12-1
Func.
Set
During
dec.
During
constant run
During
acc.
bit 2 bit 1 bit 0
0 - - -
1 - - 3
2 - 3 -
3 - 3 3
4 3 - -
5 3 - 3
6 3 3 -
7 3 3 3
P28 Stall
prevention
level
30 ~ 150
[%]
It sets the amount of current to activate stall
prevention function, based on the percentage of
the motor rated current(P43).
150 X 12-1
P29 Save
up/down
frequency
0 ~ 1 It decides whether to save the specified frequency
during up/down operation.
If 1 is selected, the up/down frequency is saved in
P30.
0 X 10-4
P30
2)
Save
Up/Down
- It saves the frequency before the inverter stops or
decelerated.
0.00 - 10-4

1),2) Set P24 and P29 to 1 to display this parameter.
Chapter 7. Function List
7-6
zPG Group

Display Name Min/Max
range
Description Factory
defaults
Adj.
during
run
Page
P31 Dwell
frequency
0.1 ~ 200
[Hz]
When run frequency is issued, motor starts to
accelerate after dwell frequency is applied to the
motor during dwell time(P32).
It can be set within max frequency(P16) and start
frequency(P18).
5.00 X 10-5
P32 Dwell time 0~10
[sec]
Sets the time for dwell operation. 0.0 X
Sets fault detection items at operator’s discretion P33 Operator’s
fault
detection
0 ~ 7
[bit]
0 O 12-2
Func.
Set
Earth
detection
during
run(GCt)
Input phase
detection
(CoL)
Output
phase
detection
(Pot)
bit2 bit1 bit0
0 - - -
1 3
2 3
3 3 3
4 3
5 3 3
6 3 3
7 3 3 3
P34 Selection 0 ~ 1 It is activated when drv is set to 1 or 2.
Motor starts acceleration after AC power is applied
while FX or RX terminal is ON.
0 X 9-7
P35 Restart after
fault reset
selection
0 ~1 It is activated when drv is set to 1 or 2 (Run/Stop via
Control terminal).
Motor accelerates after the fault condition is reset
while the FX or RX terminal is ON.
0 O 9-8

Power On
Start

Chapter 7. Function List
7-7
zPG Group

Display Name Min/Max
range
Description Factory
defaults
Adj.
during
run
Page
It is active to prevent any possible fault when
the inverter outputs its voltage to the running
motor.
P36 Speed
search
selection
0 ~ 15
[bit]
0 X 10-10
Func.
Set
Power
on
start
(P34)
Restart
after
instant
power
failure
Operation
on after
fault
(P35)
Normal
acc.
bit3 bit2 bit1 bit0
0 - - - -
1 - - - 3
2 - - 3
3 - - 3 3
4 - 3 - -
5 - 3 - 3
6 - 3 3 -
7 - 3 3 3
8 3 - - -
9 3 - - 3
10 3 - 3 -
11 3 - 3 3
12 3 3 - -
13 3 3 - 3
14 3 3 3 -
15 3 3 3 3
P37 Speed
Search
Current
Level
Limits the amount of current during speed
search operation, based on motor rated
current(P43)
100 O

Chapter 7. Function List
7-8
zPG Group

Display Name Min/Max
range
Description Factory
defaults
Adj.
during
run
Page
P38 Number of
Auto Restart
try
0 ~ 10 It sets the number of restart tries after a
fault occurs. Auto Restart is deactivated
if the fault outnumbers the restart tries.
This function is active when [drv] is set to
1 or 2 {Run/Stop via control terminal}.
0
1)
O 10-12
P39 Auto Restart
time
0 ~ 60 [sec] Restart tries after auto restart waiting
time has passed.
1.0 O
P40 0.1~ 0.4
[kW]
Selects the capacity of a motor to use. 2) X 10-6
P41 2 ~ 12 It is displayed via rpm in drive group. 4 X
P42 0 ~ 10
[Hz]
Enter the difference between the input
power frequency and the value
calculated by converting rpm described
in the nameplate to frequency.
3) X
P43 0.0~ 25.5
[A]
Enter motor rated current on the
nameplate.
- X
P44 No Load
Motor Current
0.0 ~ 25.5
[A]
Enter the current value detected when
the motor is rotating in rated rpm after
the load connected to the motor shaft is
removed.
Enter the 50% of the rated current value
when it is difficult to measure No Load
Motor Current.
- X
P45 Carrier
frequency
select
1 ~ 10
[kHz]
It selects the audible sound of the motor.
If the set value is higher, the inverter
sound is quieter but the noise from the
inverter and leakage current will become
greater.
3 O 10-13

Motor cap.
select
Number of
motor poles
Rated slip
frequency
Motor rated
current
1) No auto restart in case of protection functions such as OHt, Lvt, ESt, HWt.
2) P40 initial value is preset based on inverter rating.
3) P42 ~ P44 values are changed based on the P40. factory defaults are set based on the inverter capacity.
Chapter 7. Function List
7-9
zPG Group

Display Name Min/Max
range
Description Factory
defaults
Adj.
during
run
Page
0 V/F control 0 X 9-11 P46 Control mode
selection
0 ~ 2
1 Slip compensation control 10-6
2 PI control 10-8
P47
1)
P gain for PI
controller
0~ 999.9
[%]
300.00 O It sets the gains for the PI controller’s
response characteristics.
P48 I time for PI
controller
0.1~32.0
[sec]
1.00 O
P50 F gain for PI
controller
0 ~ 99.99
[%]
Feed forward gain for PI controller. 0.00 O
P51 Upper limit of
PI frequency
0.1 ~ 200
[Hz]
60.00 O It limits the amount of the output frequency
through the PI operation.
It is settable within the range of Max
frequency(P16) and Start frequency(P18).
P52 Lower limit of
PI frequency
0.1 ~ 200
[Hz]
0.50 O
It selects the parameter to be displayed first on
the display of inverter when the power is
applied.
P53 0 ~ 15 0 O 11-2
0 Operation frequency
1 Acc. time
2 Dec. time
3 Drive mode
4 Frequency mode
5 Multi-step frequency 1
6 Multi-step frequency 2
7 Multi-step frequency 3
8 Output current(Cur)
9 Motor rpm
10 Inverter DC voltage(DCL)
11 User display select(vOL)
12 Fault display 1
13 Direction of motor rotation
14 Output current
15 Motor rpm

Power on
display
Displayed only when P46 is set to 2(PI control).

Chapter 7. Function List
7-10
zPG Group

Display Name Min/Max
range
Description Factory
defaults
Adj.
during
run
Page
P54 Gain for Motor
rpm display
1 ~ 1000
[%]
It can monitoring on the rpm display code of
drive group as converting gear ratio of load
system.
100 O 11-1
P55 Filter time
constant for AI
input
0 ~ 9999 Adjusts the responsiveness of analogue
input.
10 O 9-3
P56 Min input for
AI(vol/cur)
0 ~ 100
[%]
Sets the min value of analogue input as the
percentage of the whole input.
0 O
P57 Frequency
corresponding min
input for AI
0 ~ 200
[Hz]
Frequency in case analogue input is the min
value.
0.00 O
P58 AI max input 0 ~ 100
[%]
Sets the max value of analogue input as the
percentage of the whole input.
100 O
P59 Frequency
corresponding to
AI max input
0 ~ 200
[Hz]
Frequency in case analogue input is the
max. value.
60.00 O
P60 0 ~ 9999 Adjusts the responsiveness of volume input
operation.
10 O 9-2
P61 Min value for
volume input
0 ~ 100
[%]
Sets the min rpm of volume input as the
percentage of the whole input
0 O
P62 Frequency
corresponding to
volume input
0 ~ 200
[Hz]
Frequency at minimum current of volume
input
0.00 O
P63 Max. value of
volume input
0 ~ 100
[%]
Sets the max volume input as the
percentage of the whole input.
100 O
P64 Frequency
corresponding to
volume input
0 ~ 200
[Hz]
Frequency at maximum volume input. 60.00 O
P65 Criteria for Analog
Input Signal loss
0 ~ 2 0: Disabled
1: activated below half of set value.
2: activated below set value.
0 O 12-4

Filter time
constant for
Volume input

Chapter 7. Function List
7-11
zPG Group

Display Name Min/Max
range
Description Factory
defaults
Adj.
during
run
Page
P66 Multi-function input
terminal P1 define
0 Forward run command (FX) 0 O 9-6 0 ~ 24
1 Reverse run command (RX)
P67 Multi-function input
terminal P2 define
2 EST-Emergency Stop Trip :
temporary output cut-off
1 O -
P68 Multi-function input
terminal P3 define
3 Reset when a fault occurs(RST) - 2 O
4 Jog operation command (JOG) 10-3
P69 Multi-function input
terminal P4 define
5 Multi-Step freq – low 3 O 9-5
6 Multi-Step freq – high
7 - - P70 Multi-function input
terminal P5 define
4 O
8 -
9 -
10 -
11 DC brake during stop 10-1
12 - -
13 - -
14 - -
15 Frequency up Up
down
10-4
16 Frequency down
17 3-wire operation 10-4
18 External trip: A Contact (EtA) 12-5
19 External trip: B Contact (EtB)
20 Change from PI operation to
general operation
-
21 - -
22 Analog Hold 9-4
23 Accel/Decel Disable 9-10
24 Up/Down Save Freq. Initialization 10-4
P71 Input terminal status
display
BIT4 BIT3 BIT2 BIT1 BIT0 - - 11-3
P5 P4 P3 P2 P1

Chapter 7. Function List
7-12
zPG Group

Display Name Min/Max
range
Description Factory
defaults
Adj.
during
run
Page
P72 1 ~ 20 If the value is set higher, the responsiveness of the
Input terminal is getting slower.
3 O -
Output item Output to 10[V] P73 Analog output item
select
0 ~ 3 0 O 11-5
0 Output freq. Max frequency
1 Output current 150 %
2 Output voltage 282 V
3 Inverter DC link voltage DC 400V
P74 Analog output level
adjustment
10 ~ 200
[%]
Based on 10V. 100 O
P75 Frequency detection
level
30.00 O 0 ~ 200
[Hz]
Used when P77 is set to 0-4.
Cannot be set higher than P16.
11-7
~
11-9
P76 Frequency detection
bandwidth
10.00 O
0 FDT-1 11-7 P77 0 ~ 17 17 O
1 FDT-2
2 FDT-3 11-8
3 FDT-4
4 FDT-5 11-9
5 -
6 Inverter Overload (IOLt)
7 Motor stall (STALL)
8 Over voltage trip (OVt)
9 Low voltage trip (LVt)
10 Inverter cooling pin Overheat (OHt)
11 Command loss 11-10
12 During Run
13 During Stop
14 During constant run
15 During speed searching
16 Wait time for run signal input
17 Fault output select

Filtering time
constant for Multifunction Input
terminal
Multi-function relay
select

Chapter 7. Function List
7-13
zPG Group

Display Name Min/Max
range
Description Factory
defaults
Adj.
during
run
Page
Operation
when setting
the number
of auto
restart
try(P38)
Operation
when the
trip other
than low
voltage trip
occurs
Operation
when the
low voltage
trip occurs
Func.
Set
P78 0 ~ 7
[bit]
2 O 11-10
bit 2 bit 1 bit 0
0 - - -
1 - - 3
2 - 3 -
3 - 3 3
4 3 - -
5 3 - 3
6 3 3 -
7 3 3 3
P79 Inverter number 1 ~ 250 Set for RS-485 communication 1 O 14-3
Select the Baud rate of the RS-485. P80 Baud rate 0 ~ 2 2 O 14-3
0 2400 [bps]
1 4800 [bps]
2 9600 [bps]
It is used when freq command is given via Analog
signal(volume/AI) or RS-485.
P81 Drive mode
select after loss
of frequency
command
0 ~ 2 0 O 12-4
0 Continuous operation at the frequency
before its command is lost.
1 Free Run stop (Output cut-off)
2 Decel to stop
P82 Wait time after
loss of
frequency
command
0.1 ~
120
[sec]
Time inverter determines whether there is the
input frequency command or not. If there is no
frequency command input during this time,
inverter starts operation via the mode selected at
P81.
1.0 O
P83 Communication
time setting
2 ~ 100
[ms]
When RS-485 communication, waiting time from
TX to the next TX.
5 O

Fault output
select

Chapter 7. Function List
7-14
zPG Group

Display Name Min/Max
range
Description Factory
defaults
Adj.
during
run
Page
Sets communication parity and stop bit. P84 Parity/stop bit
setting
0 ~ 3 0 O
Parity bit Stop bit
0 - 1 Stop Bit
1 - 2 Stop Bit
2 Odd Parity 1 Stop Bit
3 Even Parity 1 Stop Bit
Initialize the parameters set by a user to
factory defaults
P85 Parameter
initialization
0 ~ 3 0 X 10-13
0 -
1 Initialize both groups
2 Initialize Drive Group
3 Initialize PG Group
P86 Password
registration
0 ~ FFFF Enter password to prohibit parameter
change. Set it as hexadecimal number
0 O 10-14
Prohibit or cancel parameter change
prohibition by using the password set in
P86.
P87 parameter
change
prohibition
0 ~ FFFF 0 O 10-15
UL(Unlock) Enable parameter change
L(Lock) Disable parameter change
P88 Software
version
- Display inverter software version. Refer to
manual version.
- X
P89 Selecting
communication
protocol
0 ~ 1 0 : Modbus RTU
1 : LSBUS
0 X

Chapter 8. Control Block Diagram
8-15
8. Control Block Diagram
8.1 Control Flow
8.2 Frequency Setting & Drive Mode Setting

Frequency
setting

 

Drive
mode

 

Accel / Decel

 

V/F
control

 

PWM

Motor
Step 0
Step 1~3
Analog input
filter
Digital input
filter
AI
Loader volume
Loader
key
FX/RX operation
command setting
via multi-function
terminal
Loader key

1,2
PG group
P66 ~ P70
17

P1 ~ P5
Operation
command
Multi-step operation
via multi-function
terminal
Analog input
scale
PG group
P55, P60
PG group
P56~P64

PG group
P72

P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
PG group
P16
P18
Max/Min
frequency
Step frequency
setting

PG group
P66 ~ P70

 

PG group
P66 ~ P70
0,1

3-Wire operation

Drive group
drv
0 1 2

Operation
command
setting

PG group
P 5
Forward run disable 1
Reverse run disable 2
0 FX/RX run enable

FX/RX operation
disable
Jog
frequency
Frq. setting
PG group
P66 ~ P70
Up-down
operation
15, 16
Frequency setting
0
1
2
3
4
Drive group
Frq
Loader volume
resistance
0 1 2 3 4
Loader key
setting 2
AI analog input
Comm. input
Loader key
setting 1
Drive group
St1
St2
St3
4
PG group
Jog
operation
PG group
P15
P66 ~ P70

Chapter 8. Control Block Diagram
8-16
8.3 Frequency Setting, Drive Acc./Dec. Setting and V/F Voltage Control

PG group Square
Linear
P22
0 1

V/F pattern

PG group
P19 PG group manual
Torque
boost select
Torque
boost value
P20 0 1
P21
auto

 

PG group PG group
P23 P17
P18
PWM

Output voltage
adjustment
+
Base/start
frequency

PG group
P31
P32
well freq & time

Dwell operation
PG group
P 8
Stop method select
0 1 2
DC brake
Free run stop
PG group
P9~P12
DC brake freq.
Voltage, time
PG group
P9~P12
DC brake start frq.
Operation
command
DC brake voltage
& time
Frequency
setting
Operation
Stop
Drive group
ACC
DEC
Accel/decel
time
PG group
P16
Max frequency
PG group
P6,P7
Accel/decel
pattern
1 S-curve
0 linear

Chapter 9. Basic Functions
9-1
9.Basic Functions
9.1 Frequency Setting
zLoader Digital Frequency Setting1

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
Drive Group 0.00 Frequency command - 0 ~ 200 0.0 Hz
Frq Frequency mode 0 0 ~ 4 0

ƒ Set Frq – [Frequency mode] to 0.
ƒ Set the desired frequency in 0.00 and press FUNC key to enter the value into memory.
ƒ The value is settable less than the max. frequency(P16).
zLoader Digital Frequency Setting2

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
Drive Group 0.00 Frequency command - 0 ~ 200 0.0 Hz
Frq Frequency mode 1 0 ~ 4 0

ƒ Set Frq – [Frequency mode] to 1.
ƒ In 0.00, frequency is changed upon pressing the Up (S)/Down (T) key. In this case, UP/Down keys serve
as volume resistance.
ƒ The value is settable less than the max. frequency(P16).
zUsing Loader’s volume resistance(run in case of Frq: 3)
 SV-iE5 series basically offer volume resistance on the inverter’s loader for frequency command. Through
this volume resistance, it supplies 0~5 V and enables frequency setting. At the moment, voltage input is
indicated as input value.
 Loader volume is getting larger as it rotates clockwise.
FUNC
SHFT
STOP
RUN
FUNC
SHFT
STOP
RUN
Increase Decrease
Chapter 9. Basic Functions
9-2
zFrequency setting with the loader’s volume resistance(V0)

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
Drive Group 0.0 Frequency Command - - - Hz
Frq Frequency setting mode 3 0 ~ 4 0
P60 Filter time constant for V0 input 10 0 ~ 9999 10 PG Group
P61 V0 input Min voltage - 0 ~ 100 0 %
P62 Frequency corresponding to P61 - 0 ~ 200 0.00 Hz
P63 V0 input max voltage - 0 ~ 100 100 %
P64 Frequency corresponding to P63 - 0 ~ 200 60.00 Hz

ƒ Select 3 in Frq code of Drive group
ƒ It is possible to monitor frequency setting in Command Frequency Code(0.0) of Drive Group.
 P60(Filter time constant for V0 input): Effective for eliminating noise in the frequency setting circuit.
Increase the filter time constant if steady operation cannot be performed due to noise. A larger setting
results in slower response (t gets longer).
 P61 ~ P64: Setting input range and corresponding frequency to -10V ~ 0V V1 input voltage.
 When minimum input voltage is 20% with corresponding frequency 10Hz and Max voltage is 80% with run
freq. 50Hz, set as follow.
Setting frequency
Volume
input
P61 P63
P62
P64
20% 80%
10Hz
50Hz

V1 input

 

Set
Freq.
t

Chapter 9. Basic Functions
9-3
zFrequency setting using AI(analogue input) terminal

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
Drive Group 0.0 Frequency Command - - - Hz
Frq Frequency setting mode 2 0 ~ 4 0
P55 Input filter time constant for AI 10 0 ~ 9999 10 PG Group
P56 Min. input for AI(V/I) - 0 ~ 100 0 %
P57 Frequency corresponding to P56 - 0 ~ 200 0.00 Hz
P58 Max. input for AI (V/I) - 0 ~ 100 100 %
P59 Frequency corresponding to P58 - 0 ~ 200 60.00 Hz

ƒ Select 2 in Frq code of Drive group.
ƒ It is possible to use by inputting 0 ~ 10V in an external control or connecting variable resistance to
VR,AI,CM terminals of the inverter.
 Inverter terminal may be wired as follows and see page 9-2 for the functions of P55 through P59.
 Depending on AI selection switch beside the inverter’s control terminal as V, I, it is possible to select one of
voltage input and current input.

Caution
For AI selection, set it accurately according to the current input and voltage input. Incorrect setting may cause the
inverter troubled.
In the below, switch direction is colored in black.

 

Voltage Input [ V ] Rt
Analogue
voltage input

 

Current Input [ I ] Lt
Analogue
current input

0~10Vdc
AI CM
2) Using Ex. voltage
1~10k
Ω
VR AI CM
3) Using V.R
AI CM
1) Using CI
0~20mA

Chapter 9. Basic Functions
9-4
zAnalogue frequency command fixed

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
Drive Group Frq Frequency setting mode 2 ~ 3 0 ~ 4 0
P66 Multi-function input terminal P1
select
- 0 PG Group 0 ~ 24
~ ~
P70 Multi-function input terminal P5
select
22 4

ƒ If Frq code of Drive Group is 2~3, it works.
ƒ Select a terminal to use as analogue frequency command fixed signal among multi-function input
terminals(P1 ~ P5).
 It works as shown in the below figure if using P5 terminal.

Frequency
P5

 

Operation

command
Setting
frequency
9.2 Multi-Step Frequency Setting

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
0.0 Frequency command 5.0 0 ~ 200 0.0 Hz Drive Group
Frq Frequency setting mode 0 0 ~ 4 0 -
St1 Multi-step freq.1 - 10.0 0 ~ 200 Hz
St2 Multi-step freq.2 - 20.0
St3 Multi-step freq.3 - 30.0
PG Group P68 Multi-function input terminal P3 define 5 2 - 0 ~ 24
P69 Multi-function input terminal P4 define 6 3 -

ƒ Select a terminal to give Multi-step frequency command among P1-P5 terminals.
ƒ If terminals P3-P4 are selected, set P68-79 to 5 - 6 to give Multi-step frequency command.
ƒ Multi-step frequency 0 is settable in [Frequency mode] and [Frequency command(0.0)].
ƒ Multi-step frequency 1-3 are set at St1-St3 in Drive group.
Chapter 9. Basic Functions
9-5
 If running by using multi-step high/low, it is possible to run from 0 to 3 step in 4 combinations as the below
figure.
9.3 Operating command setting method
zOperation by RUN key and STOP/RST key of the loader

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
Drive Group drv Drive mode 0 0 ~ 3 1
drC Motor rotation direction select - F, r F

ƒ Set drive code of Drive Group to 0.
ƒ Acceleration is started upon pressing the Run key while operating frequency is set. Motor decelerates to
stop by pressing the STOP/RST key.
ƒ Selecting rotation direction is available at drC - [Direction of motor rotation select] when operating
command is set to 0.

drC Direction of motor
rotation select.
F Forward
r Reverse

 

Spee
d
FX/
RX
P4 P3
0 9 - -
1 9 - 9
2 9 9 -
3 9 9 9

FX : counter clockwise

Frequency
Step 0
Step 1
Step 2
Time
P3 Step 0
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
P4
P1(FX)
P2(RX)

Step 3

Chapter 9. Basic Functions
9-6
zOperating command via FX, RX terminal

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
Drive Group drv Drive mode 1 0 ~ 3 1
PG Group P66 Multi-function input terminal P1 define 0 0 ~ 24 0
P67 Multi-function input terminal P2 define 1 0 ~ 24 1

ƒ Set drv code of Drive Group to 1.
ƒ Set P66 and P67 to 0 and 1 to use P1 and P2 as FX and RX terminals.
ƒ FX is forward run command and RX is reverse run command.
 Motor is stopped when FX/RX terminal is ON/OFF at the same time.

FX
RX
Frequency Time

zOperating command via FX, RX terminal 2

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
Drive Group drv Drive mode 2 0 ~ 3 1
PG Group P66 Multi-function input terminal P1 define 0 0 ~ 24 0
P67 Multi-function input terminal P2 define 1 0 ~ 24 1

ƒ Set drv code of Drive Group to 2.
ƒ Set P66 and P67 to 0 and 1 to use P1 and P2 as FX and RX terminals.
ƒ FX: Operating command setting. Motor runs in forward direction when RX terminal is OFF.
ƒ RX: Direction of motor rotation select. Motor runs in reverse direction when RX terminal is ON.
FX
RX
Frequency
Time

Chapter 9. Basic Functions
9-7
zFX/RX Run Disable

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
Drive Group drC Direction of motor rotation select - F, r F
PG Group P 5 Forward/Reverse run disable - 0 ~ 2 0

ƒ Select the direction of motor rotation.
ƒ 0: Forward and Reverse run enable
ƒ 1: Forward run disable
ƒ 2: Reverse run disable
zPower On Start select

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
Drive Group drv Drive mode 1, 2 0 ~ 3 1
PG Group P34 Power on start select 1 0 ~ 1 0

ƒ Set P34 to 1
ƒ When AC input power is applied to the inverter with drv set to ON, motor starts acceleration.
ƒ It is inactive when it is operated by RUN key.

Caution
Particular attention must be directed to this function due to potential hazard as motor starts to run suddenly upon
applying AC input power.

 

Operation
command
Frequency
Input voltage

P34 = 0 P34= 1
Time Time

Chapter 9. Basic Functions
9-8
zRestart after fault reset

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
Drive Group drv Drive mode 1, 2 0 ~ 3 1
PG Group P35 Restart after fault reset selection 1 0 ~ 1 0

ƒ Set P35 code to 1
ƒ When AC input power is applied to the inverter with drv set to ON, motor starts acceleration.
ƒ It is inactive when it is operated by RUN key

Caution
Particular attention must be directed to this function due to potential hazard as motor starts to run suddenly after
the fault is cleared.

 

Operation
command
Reset
Frequency

P35 = 0 P35 = 1
Time Time
9.4 Accel/Decel time and pattern setting
zAccel/Decel time setting based on Max frequency

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
Drive Group ACC Accel time - 0 ~ 6000 5.0 Sec
dEC Decel time - 0 ~ 6000 10.0 Sec
PG Group P16 Max. freq. - 0 ~ 200 60.0 Hz

ƒ Set the desired Accel/Decel time at ACC/dEC code in Drive group.
ƒ Accel/decal time means the time accelerating/decelerating from starting frequency up to max. frequency
and it forms a pattern of accel/decel time with the max. frequency. Therefore, the slope of same accel/decel
pattern within a constant max. frequency is uniform regardless of target frequency.

Chapter 9. Basic Functions
9-9
 Accel/Decel time is set based on max. frequency and 0Hz. For instance, if it is set max. frequency to 60Hz,
Accel/Decel time to 5 sec, and run frequency to 30Hz, time to reach 30Hz would be 2.5 sec.

FX
Frequency
Max.
frequency
Time
Accel. time Decel. time

zAccel/Decel pattern setting

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial
PG Group P 6 Accel pattern 0 Linear pattern run 0
P 7 Decel pattern 1 S-shape pattern run

ƒ Accel/decel patterns may be set in P6 and P7 codes of PG Group, respectively.
ƒ Linear pattern operation: Output frequency linearly increases or decreases at uniform incremental
ƒ S-shape pattern run: Used for applications needing smoothing acceleration/deceleration such as conveyor
or elevator door.

Note
In case of S-shape pattern runs, the accel/decel time is longer than that set by a user. Use linear pattern run in
case of application needing accurate accel/decel time.

 

Operation
command Accel. time Decel. time
Frequency Time

Chapter 9. Basic Functions
9-10
Note
If the target frequency is less than 40% of the max. frequency as below figure, it may not realize a complete sshape pattern run with the ending partially cut.

Frequency
Target
frequency
Max.
frequency

Time
zAccel/Decel Disable

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
P66 Multi-function input terminal P1 define - 0 PG Group 0 ~ 24
~ ~
P70 Multi-function input terminal P5 define 23 4

ƒ Select one terminal among Multi-function input terminals P1-P5 to define Accel/Decel disable.
ƒ If P5 is selected, set P70 to 23 to activate this function.

Frequency
P5 Time

Operation

command

Chapter 9. Basic Functions
9-11
9.5 V/F Control
zLinear V/F pattern operation

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
P17 Base frequency - 30 ~ 200 60.0 Hz PG Group
P18 Start frequency - 0.1 ~ 10 0.5 Hz
P22 V/F pattern 0 0 ~ 1 0

ƒ Set P22 code to 0(linear)
ƒ This pattern maintains a linear volts/frequency ratio by voltage/frequency(V/F).
 Base frequency: Inverter outputs its rated voltage at this level. Enter the motor nameplate frequency.
 Start frequency: Inverter starts to output its voltage at this level.

Operation
command
Frequency Base frequen cy
Time
Voltage
Inverter
rated voltage
Time

Start frequency

Chapter 9. Basic Functions
9-12
zSquare V/F pattern

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
PG Group P22 V/F pattern 1 0 ~ 1 0

ƒ Set P22 code to 1
ƒ This pattern maintains squared volts. Appropriate applications are fans, pumps, etc
Frequency
Base frequency
100%
Voltage
 In the Squared V/F pattern, to secure operation torque, it is practically realized with approximate value to
1.4 squared.
zOutput voltage adjustment

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
PG Group P23 Output voltage adjustment - 40 ~ 110 100 %

ƒ This function is used to adjust the output voltage of the inverter. This is useful when you use a motor that
has a rated voltage lower than the input voltage

Frequency
100% set up
70% set up

Voltage
Base frequency
100%
70%
Torque
boost

Chapter 9. Basic Functions
9-13
zManual torque boost

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
P19 Torque boost select 0 0 ~ 1 0 PG Group
P20 Torque boost in forward direction - 0 ~ 15 5 %
P21 Torque boost in reverse direction

ƒ Set P19 code of PG Group to 0(manual torque boost).
ƒ The values of Torque boost in forward/reverse direction are set separately in P20 and P21.

Caution
If the boost value is set much higher than required, it may cause motor overheating due to over-energizing.

 

FX
FX
torque boost
RX
torque boost
Time
: Without torqu
boost
RX

Voltage
100%
zAuto torque boost

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
PG Group P19 Torque boost select 1 0 ~ 1 0
PG Group P44 No load motor current - 0.1 ~ 25.5 - A

ƒ Set P19 code of PG Group to 1(auto torque boost).
ƒ Inverter automatically calculates torque boost value using motor parameters and outputs the
corresponding voltage.

Chapter 9. Basic Functions
9-14
9.6 Stop method select
zDecel to stop

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
PG Group P 8 Stop mode select 0 0 ~ 2 0

ƒ Set P8 code of PG Group to 0.
ƒ Motor decelerates to 0 Hz and stops during the setting time.

Operation
command Decel. time
Frequency Time

zDC braking to stop

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
PG Group P 8 Stop mode select 1 0 ~ 2 0

ƒ Select 1(DC brake to stop) in P8 code of PG Group.
ƒ Refer to page 10-1.
zFree run stop

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
PG Group P 8 Stop mode select 2 0 ~ 2 0

ƒ Select 2(Free run stop) in P8 code of PG Group.
ƒ When operating command is turned OFF, Output Frequency and voltage are shut down.

Operation
command
Frequency,
voltage
Time

Chapter 9. Basic Functions
9-15
9.7 Frequency limit
zFrequency limit using Max Frequency and Start Frequency

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
PG Group P16 Max frequency - 0 ~ 200 60.0 Hz
P18 Start frequency - 0.1 ~ 10 0.5 Hz

ƒ Max Frequency: Every frequency except P17(base frequency) has upper limit of frequency parameter.
Therefore, any frequency cannot be set above the max. frequency.
ƒ Start Frequency: Every frequency has lower limit of frequency parameter.. If a frequency is set lower than
this, 0.00 is automatically set.
ƒ Max frequency is the reference frequency serving as the criteria of accel/decel time as well as upper limit.
Once max. frequency is changed, accel/decel slope may be changed accordingly.

FX
Frequency
Max
frequency
Time
Accel time Decel time

Chapter 10. Advanced Functions
10-1
10. Advanced Functions
10.1 DC Brake
zStopping motor by DC brake

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
P 8 Stop mode select 1 0 ~ 2 0 PG Group
P 9 DC brake start frequency - 0 ~ 60 5.0 Hz
P10 DC brake wait time - 0 ~ 60 0.1 sec
P11 DC brake voltage - 0 ~ 200 50 %
P12 DC brake time - 0 ~ 60 1.0 sec

ƒ Select 1 in P8 code(DC brake stopping) of PG Group
ƒ P 9 : The frequency at which the DC brake will become active
ƒ P10 : Inverter output will hold for this time before applying DC brake voltage.
ƒ P11 : Set this value as a percent of Motor rated current.
ƒ P12 : Sets the time for DC brake voltage to be applied to the motor.

Caution
If excessive DC Brake voltage is set or DC Brake time is set too long, it may cause motor overheating and
damage to the motor.

 Setting P11 or P12 to 0 will disable DC brake.
 DC Brake Wait time: When load inertia is large, DC brake start frequency is high or excessive DC
voltage is allowed to motor, over current trip may occur. It can be prevented using P10 before starting DC
brake.

Freuency P 9
P10 P12
Operation
command
Voltage
Current

P11
Chapter 10. Advanced Functions
10-2
zStarting DC brake

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
PG Group P13 DC brake start voltage - 0 ~ 200 50 %
P14 DC brake start time - 0 ~ 60 0 sec

ƒ P13 : It sets the level as a percent of Motor rated current.
ƒ P14 : Motor accelerates after DC voltage is applied for the set time.

Caution
If excessive DC Brake voltage is set or DC Brake time is set too long, it may cause motor overheating and
damage to the motor.

 Setting P13 or P14 to 0 will disable Starting DC brake.
 t : After P14, the frequency starts accelerating.
zDC brake at a stop

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
PG Group P13 DC brake start voltage - 0 ~ 200 50 %
PG Group P68 Multi-function input terminal P3 function
select
11 0 ~ 24 2

ƒ P13 : It sets the level as a percent of Motor rated current.
ƒ Select a terminal to issue a command of DC brake at a stop among P1 to P5.
ƒ If P3 terminal is set for this function, set P68 to 11(DC brake at a stop).

Caution
If excessive DC Brake voltage at a stop is set or DC Brake time is set too long, it may cause motor overheating
and damage to the motor.

 

Frequency
Voltage P14 t
P1
Operation
command

Chapter 10. Advanced Functions
10-3

Voltage
P3
P1
Operation
command

10.2 Jog operation

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
PG Group P15 Jog frequency - 0 ~ 200 10.0 Hz
PG Group P68 Multi-function input terminal P3 select 4 0 ~ 24 2

ƒ Set a desirable jog frequency in P15 of PG Group.
ƒ Select a terminal from P1 – P5 to use for this setting
ƒ If P3 is set for Jog operation, set P68 to 4(Jog operation).
ƒ Jog frequency can be set within Max frequency(P16) and Start frequency(P18).
 Jog operation overrides all other operations except Dwell operation. Therefore, if Jog frequency command
is entered in the middle of Multi-Step, Up-Down or 3-wire operation, operation is executed at Jog frequency.
 The above diagram shows an example when Multi-function input is set to NPN mode.

P3 (JOG)
Operation
command(FX)
Frequency P15

 

P1 FX : P66=0
P3 JOG : P68=4
CM

Chapter 10. Advanced Functions
10-4
10.3 UP – DOWN operation

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
P66 Multi-function input terminal P1 select 0 0 PG Group 0 ~ 24
P68 Multi-function input terminal P3 select 24 2
P69 Multi-function input terminal P4 select 15 3
P70 Multi-function input terminal P5 select 16 4

ƒ Select terminals for Up-Down operation from P1-P5.
ƒ If P4 and P5 are selected for Up-Down operation terminals, set P69 and P70 to 15(Frequency Up
command) and 16 (Frequency Down command), respectively.
 Up/down Save function: If P29, ‘Save up/down frequency’, is set to 1, the frequency before the inverter was
stopped or decelerated is saved in P30.

P29 Save up/down frequency
select
0 Remove ‘save up/down frequency’
1 Set ‘save up/down frequency’
P30 Save up/down frequency Up/down frequency saved

 The Up/down frequency can be initialized by setting of the multi-function input terminal as ‘Up/Down Save
Frequency Initialization’.
 If ‘Up/Down Save Frequency Initialization’ signal is input while the multi-function input ‘Up’ or ‘Down’
function is applied, this signal is ignored.

P4 (UP)
P3(CLEAR)
Output
frequency
Operation
command(FX)
Save
frequency

 

P4 (UP)
P5(DOWN)
Frequency
Operation
command(FX)

 

P1 FX : P66 = 0
P4 UP : P69 = 15
P5 DOWN : P70 = 16
CM
P3 UP : P68 = 24

Chapter 10. Advanced Functions
10-5
10.4 3-Wire operation

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
P66 Multi-function Input terminal P1 select] 0 0 PG Group 0 ~ 24
~ ~
P70 Multi-function Input terminal P5 select 17 4

ƒ Select a terminal from P1-P5 for use as 3-Wire operation.
ƒ If P5 is selected, set P70 to 17(3-Wire operation).
 Input signal is latched (saved) in 3-Wire operation. Therefore, inverter can be operated by Push-button
switch.
 The bandwidth of pulse (t) should not be less than 50msec.
10.5 Dwell operation

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
PG Group P31 Dwell frequency - 0 ~ 200 5.0 Hz
P32 Dwell time - 0 ~ 10 0.0 sec

ƒ In this setting, a motor begins to accelerate after dwell operation is executed for dwell time at the specified
dwell frequency.
ƒ It is mainly used to release mechanical brake in elevators after operating at dwell frequency.
 Dwell frequency: This function is used to output torque in an intended direction. It is useful in hoisting
applications to get enough torque before releasing a mechanical brake. Rated Slip frequency is calculated
by the formula shown below.

P1 FX : P66 = 0
P2 RX : P67 = 1
P5 3-Wire : P70 = 17
CM

 

FX t
RX
Frequency
P5 (3-Wire)

Chapter 10. Advanced Functions
10-6
⎞⎟⎠
⎛⎜⎝
×
= -
120
rpm P
f
s f r
where, f s = rated slip frequency
f r = rated frequency
rpm = motor rated rpm
P = no. of motor poles
i.e.) rated frequency: 60Hz, rated rpm: 1740rpm, No. of poles: 4
f s 2Hz
120
1740 4
60
⎟ =
⎞ ⎠
⎛⎜⎝
×
= -

Frequency
well frequency
Start frequency
Dwell time
Operation
command

10.6 Slip Compensation Control

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
P40 Motor type select - 0.1 ~ 0.4 - PG Group
P41 No. of motor poles - 2 ~ 12 4
P42 Rated slip frequency - 0 ~ 10 - Hz
P43 Motor rated current - 0.0 ~ 25.5 - A
P44 Motor no load current - 0.0 ~ 25.5 - A
P46 Control mode select 1 0 ~ 2 0

ƒ Set P46 to 1(Slip compensation control).
ƒ This function enables the motor to run in constant speed by compensating inherent slip in an induction
motor.
 P46: Set the motor type connected to the inverter output side.

0.1 0.1kW P46 Motor type select
0.2 0.2kW
0.4 0.4kW

Chapter 10. Advanced Functions
10-7
 P41 : Enter the pole number on the Motor nameplate.
 P42 : Enter the slip frequency in accordance with the following formula and motor nameplate.
⎞⎟⎠
⎛⎜⎝
×
= -
120
rpm P
f
s f r
where, f s = rated slip frequency
f r = rated frequency
rpm = motor rated rpm
P = motor pole number
i.e.) rated freq. : 60Hz, rated rpm: 1740rpm, poles: 4
 Motor function codes per motor type are summarized as follows. Enter motor parameter if any change is
required.
zFactory defaults per motor type

Motor type [kW] Rated current [A] No load current [A] Rated slip frequency [Hz]
0.1 0.6 0.4 2.0
0.2 1.1 0.7 2.33
0.4 1.8 1.2 3.00

 P43: Enter the motor nameplate rated current.
 P44: Enter the measured current when the motor is running at rated frequency after the load is removed.
Enter 50% of the rated motor current when it is difficult to measure the motor no load current.
 Induction motor has a large difference between motor rated rpm and frequency(synchronous speed)
depending on load rate. Therefore, it is recommended to use slip compensation control to reduce the
difference.
 Set torque boost within 2% for slip compensation operation. Excessive torque boost may cause a huge
error in slip speed because motor may get overexcitation in low speed.
Synchronous
speed
Motor rated
RPM
RPM
Load
Slip
compensation
fs 2Hz
120
1740 4
60
⎟ =
⎞ ⎠
⎛⎜⎝
×
= -

Chapter 10. Advanced Functions
10-8
10.7 PI Control

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
P46 Control mode select 2 0 ~ 3 0 - PG Group
P47 P gain for PI controller - 0 ~ 999.9 300.0 %
P48 Differential time for PI controller(I gain) - 0.1~ 32.0 1.0 sec
P50 Feed forward gain for PI controller 0 ~ 999.9 0 %
P51 PI output frequency upper limit - 0 ~ 200 60.0 Hz
P52 PI output frequency lower limit 0 ~ 200 0.5 Hz
P66~
P70
Multi-function input terminal P1 ~ P5 define 20 0 ~ 24 - -

ƒ Set P46 to 2(PI control).
ƒ Output frequency of the inverter is controlled by PI control for use as constant control of flow, pressure or
temperature.
 P47: Set the percentage of output to error. If P Gain is set to 50%, 50% of the error value will be output.
Higher value can reach the target control value faster but it may cause oscillation.
 P48: Set the time to output the accumulated error value. Set the time required to output 100% when the
error value is 100%. If differential time is set to 1 second and error is 100%, it outputs 100% in 1 second. If
the value is reduced, response will be faster but setting too low may lead to controller oscillation.
 P50: Set the gain to add the target value to the PI controller output.
 P51, P52: It limits the output of the PI controller.
 P66 ~ P70: To exchange PI to normal operation, set one of P1~P5 terminal to 20 and turn ON.
Chapter 10. Advanced Functions
10-9
zPI Control block diagram

Loader key 1
input (AI) 2
Drive group
Frq
Analog
input filter
Analog
input scale
3
Loader key 0
0123
4

 

etting 2
Analog
Loader
volume
PI control
etting 1
+
-
PG group
P50
Feed forward gain
+ +
Comm.
input
PG
group
Control mode
select
Accel/Decel
Switching from PI
operation to normal
operation
P51
P55

PG group
P47 : P gain
Ref. freq
setting
PG
group
P55,
P60
PG
group
P56~
P64
I
V1
Loader
volume
Loader
key
PG
group
P46
2
P1 ~ P5

PG
group
P55,
P60

Analog
input filter
Analog
input scale
AI

PG
group
P56~
P64

P48 : I time
PG group
P66 ~
P70
PI output
freq limit
0, 1

Chapter 10. Advanced Functions
10-10
10.8 Speed search operation

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
P36 Speed search select - 0 ~ 15 0 PG Group
P37 Speed search current level - 80 ~ 200 100 %
P77 Multi-function relay 15 0~20 17

ƒ Used to avoid any possible fault when the inverter outputs the voltage during operation after the load is
removed
ƒ The inverter estimates the motor rpm based on output current. Therefore, detecting exact speed is
difficult.
zThe following table shows 4 types of Speed search selection.

Speed search
during P34(power
on start)
Speed search
during P35(restart
after fault reset)
Speed search
during
acceleration
Set P36 Speed
search
bit 3 bit 2 bit 1 bit 0
0 - - - -
1 - - - 9
2 - - 9 -
3 - - 9 9
4 - 9 - -
5 - 9 - 9
6 - 9 9 -
7 - 9 9 9
8 9 - - -
9 9 - - 9
10 9 - 9 -
11 9 - 9 9
12 9 9 - -
13 9 9 - 9
14 9 9 9 -
15 9 9 9 9

Speed search
during instant
power failure
restart
 P37: Limits current during Speed search. Set as the percent of P43.
 P77: Signal of active Speed search is given to external sequence via multi-function relay output (30AC).
Chapter 10. Advanced Functions
10-11
 The followings show speed search operation during Instant Power Failure restart
ƒ When the input power is cut off due to instant power failure, the inverter outputs Low voltage trip (LV)
to hold the output.
ƒ When the power is restored, the inverter outputs the frequency before the low voltage trip and the
voltage is increased due to PI control.
ƒ t1: If current is increasing over the preset level in P37, the rise in voltage will stop and the frequency
is decreased.
ƒ t2: If current lowers than the level set in P37, the increase in voltage starts again and the decrease in
frequency stops decelerating.
ƒ When the frequency and voltage are restored back to the nominal level, acceleration will continue at
the frequency before trip.
 Speed search operation is suitable for loads with high inertia. Stop the motor and restart when friction in the
load is high.
 SV-iE5 series keeps normal operation when power is restored in 15msec for the use of its inverter rating if
it operates within the rated output(0.1kW, 0.2kW and 0.4kW inverter types).
 Inverter DC link voltage can vary depending on output load quantity. Therefore, Low Voltage trip(Lvt) may
occur when instant power failure is maintained over 15msec or output is higher than its rating.
 Instant power failure specification is applied when input voltage to Inverter is 200~230V AC.
 Adjust P37(speed search current level) in accordance with motor inertia to accelerate without trip by
detecting idle rotation speed quickly, when operation characteristics would be improved if accurately
entering motor no load current.

Input voltage

 

Frequency
Voltage t1 t2
Current H23
Multi-function
output or relay

Chapter 10. Advanced Functions
10-12
10.9 Auto Restart Operation

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
PG Group P38 No. of auto restart try - 0 ~ 10 0
P39 Auto restart time - 0 ~ 60 1.0 sec

ƒ Set the frequency of auto restart activated in P38.
ƒ Used to avoid system down, which is caused by internal protection function activated by causes
such as noise.
 P38: If run command is entered after trip as inverter prevention function is active, it automatically restarts in
the time set in P39. Auto restart will become active after the P38, which is reduced by 1 when it is active. If
the trip outnumbers the preset restart try, auto restart function is deactivated. If the setting is reset via the
control terminal or the STOP key on the loader, the number of auto restart try set by user is automatically
entered.
 If there is no more trip for 30 sec after Auto restart operation, it increases the preset auto restart value
reduced in the inverter.
 When operation is stopped due to Low voltage {Lvt} or Emergency stop {EST}, Inverter Overheat {Oht},
and Hardware Trip {HWt}, Auto restart will be deactivated.
 After the auto restart time set in P39, the motor starts acceleration automatically via speed search.
 The following pattern is shown when the number of auto restart try is set to 2.

Operation
command
run
Frequency
Voltage
Reset
S
Number of auto
restart try
2 1
30 sec
pe
op
ed search
eration

Constant

2 1 0 2
P39

: Trip occured

Chapter 10. Advanced Functions
10-13
10.10 Operation Sound Select (carrier frequency change)

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
PG Group P45 Carrier frequency select - 0 ~ 15 3

ƒ Set the operating sound of the inverter.
 Operating sound affects the following advantages/disadvantages.

Motor sound reduced P45 When setting carrier frequency
high
Inverter heat loss increased
Inverter noise increased
Inverter leakage current increased

 iE5 series are designed to monitor the temperature of the inverter’s cooling coil(heat sink) in order to
automatically adjust carrier frequency in overheating condition. If it is necessary to use high carrier, select
inverter type considering ambient temperature and motor load.
10.11 Parameter initialize/Lock
zParameter initialize

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range
P85 Parameter initialize 0 - 0 PG Group
1 Groups initialize
2 Drive group initialize
3 PG group initialize

ƒ Select the group to be initialized and perform it in P85 code.
 It displays P85 after initialization value is entered in P85 code and initialization is complete by pressing
FUNC key.

Chapter 10. Advanced Functions
10-14
zPassword register

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
PG Group P86 Password register - 0 ~ FFFF 0
P87 Parameter lock - 0 ~ FFFF 0

ƒ Register password for parameter lock (P87).
ƒ Password should be hexadecimal (0 ~ 9, A, B, C, D, E, F).

Use the registered password to cancel parameter lock again after setting parameter lock of P86 using the
registered password. Therefore, a user should memorize the registered password. If forgetting the password, you
need to get after-sales service.
Caution

 Follow the steps to register password.
 If password is already set, it is necessary to enter the present password instead of 0000 in step 2.

No. Display Description
1 -. Move to P86.
-. Pressing FUNC key shows 0000.
2 -. Enter the present password and press FUNC key. The factory default password
is 0000.
-. Press FUNC key.
3 -. Register new password(i.e.: A123)
-. If pressing FUNC key, A123 blinks.
4 -. Press FUNC key.
5 -. New password is saved.

 If the present password is incorrectly entered in step 2, it may not go to step 3. Do not forget the registered
password.

Chapter 10. Advanced Functions
10-15
zParameter lock

Group
PG Group
Code
P87
Parameter Name
Parameter lock
Setting
-
Range
0 ~ FFFF
Initial
0
Unit
P86 Password register - 0 ~ FFFF 0

ƒ Parameter may be protected by using password.
 Parameter lock is realized by using the password registered in P86.

No. Display Description
1 -. Move to P87.
-. Pressing FUNC key shows UL(unlock).
2 -. Display whether or not function code is changeable.
-. UL(unlock) shows that function code is changeable.
-. Press FUNC key.
3 -. Indicating 0000, the present password entry window is displayed.
-. Enter the present password(i.e.: A123).
4 -. Press FUNC key.
5 -. If password is correct, it is changed to L(lock); if incorrect, it shows UL(unlock)
again.
-. Function code is locked.
-. Press FUNC key.
6 -. Initial menu is displayed.

 If the present status is ‘lock’ in step 2, it shows L(lock); to cancel it, enter the present password, changing it
to UL(unlock).

Chapter 11. Monitoring
11-1
11. Monitoring
11.1 Operating Status Monitoring
zOutput current

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
Drive Group CUr Output current -

ƒ Inverter output current can be monitored in CUr code.
zMotor RPM

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
Drive Group rPM Motor RPM -
P41 No. of motor poles - 2 ~ 12 4 PG Group
P46 Control mode select - 0 ~ 2 0
P54 Gain for motor rpm display - 1 ~ 1000 100 %

ƒ Motor rpm can be monitored in rpm code of Drive Group.
 When P46 is set to 0(V/F control) or 1(PID control), the Inverter output frequency (f) is displayed in RPM
using the formula below without Motor slip considered.
 P41: Enter the number of rated motor poles on the nameplate.
 P54: Enter gear ratio to monitor mechanical rotation, instead of rotation of motor axis.
zInverter DC link voltage

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
Drive Group dCL Inverter DC link voltage -

ƒ Inverter DC link of input voltage can be monitored in dCL.
 2 times (1.414) the value of input voltage is displayed while motor is at a stop. This is why it is converted
to DC voltage, the maximum of AC voltage by a rectifier.
 It is the voltage between P1 on the inverter’s power terminal and N terminal.
100
54
41
120
P
P
f
RPM
⎟ ×
⎞ ⎠
⎛⎜⎝
×
=

Chapter 11. Monitoring
11-2
zUser display select

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
Drive Group vOL Output voltage display -

ƒ It displays the current inverter output voltage.
zPower on display

Group Code Parameter Name Range Default
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Frequency command(0.0)
Accel time(ACC)
Decel time(DEC)
Drive mode(drv)
Frequency mode(Frq)
Multi-step frequency 1
Multi-step frequency 2
Multi-step frequency 3
Output current (CUr)
Motor rpm(rPM)
Inverter DC link voltage
(dCL)
Output voltage (vOL)
Fault display 1
Operating display select
Output current
Motor rpm
PG Group P53 Power on display 0

ƒ Display the parameters set in P53 when power on.
 The output current and motor rpm are displayed directly when P53 is set 14,15.
Chapter 11. Monitoring
11-3
11.2 Monitoring I/O Terminal
zInput terminal status monitoring

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
PG Group P71 Input terminal status display -

ƒ Current input terminal status (ON/OFF) can be monitored in P71.
 The following is displayed when P1, P3, P4 are ON and P5 is OFF.
11.3 Monitoring Fault Condition
zMonitoring Current Fault Status

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
Drive Group nOn Current fault display -

ƒ Fault occurred during operation is displayed in nOn
ƒ Up to 3 kinds of faults can be monitored.
 This parameter gives information on fault types and the operating status at the time of the fault in good
order of fault type -> frequency -> current -> accel/decel. Refer to Page 5-10 for keypad setting.

Frequency Fault types
Current
Fault during accel Accel/decel
information
Fault during decel
Fault during constant run
Fault at a stop

 Refer to Page 13-1 on fault types.
ON
OFF
P5 P4 P3 P2 P1

Chapter 11. Monitoring
11-4
zFault history monitoring

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
P 1 Fault history 1 - PG Group
P 2 Fault history 2
P 3 Fault history 3
P 4 Reset fault history - 0 ~ 1 0

ƒ P 1 ~ P 3: Up to 3 faults information is stored.
ƒ P 4: Previous fault information stored in the code P1 thru P3 is all cleared.
 When a fault occurs during operation, it can be monitored in the nOn.
 When the fault condition is reset via the STOP/RST key or multi-function terminal, information displayed in
the nOn will be moved to P1. In addition, the previous fault info stored in P1 will be automatically moved to
P2. Therefore, the latest update fault info will be stored in the lowest history number.
 When more than 1 fault occurred at the same time, up to 3 types of faults will be stored in one code.
Note
Among faults displayed, ESt(emergency stop) and Lvt(low voltage trip) are not stored in fault history.
Fault type
Operating status
when a fault occurs
FUNC
FUNC
SHFT

Chapter 11. Monitoring
11-5
11.4 Analogue output

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
PG Group P73 Analogue output item select - 0 ~ 3 0
P74 - 10 ~ 200 100 %

Analogue output level
adjustment
ƒ Output item and the level from the AM terminal are selectable and adjustable.
 P73: The selected item will be output to Analog output terminal (AM).

Item corresponding to 10V P73
0 Output frequency Max. frequency(P16)
1 Output current 150% of inverter rated current
2 Output voltage 282Vac
3 Inverter DC link
voltage
400Vdc

Analogue output item
select
 P74: If you want to use analog output value as a gauge input, the value can be adjustable according to
various gauge specifications.

AM
CM

0 ~ 10Vdc(50mA)
Chapter 11. Monitoring
11-6
11.5 Multi-function output terminal and Relay

Group Code Parameter
Name
Range Default
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
FDT-1
FDT-2
FDT-3
FDT-4
FDT-5
-
Inverter overload(IOL)
Motor stall(STALL)
Over voltage trip(Ovt)
Low voltage trip(Lvt)
Inverter overheat(OHt)
Command loss
During run
During stop
During constant run
During speed searching
Wait time for run signal input
Fault output
P77 Multi-function
output
terminal
select
17 PG
Group
When setting
H26(number of
auto restart tries)
When the other
than low voltage
trip occurs
When the low
voltage trip
occurs
Type
Set
P78
bit 2 bit 1 bit 0
0 - - - 2
1 - - 9
2 - 9 -
3 - 9 9
4 9 - -
5 9 - 9
6 9 9 -
7 9 9 9

Fault relay
output
ƒ Select the desired item to be output.
Chapter 11. Monitoring
11-7
 P78: When 17(Fault display) is selected in P77, Multi-function output relay will be activated with the value
in P78.
z0 : FDT-1
 Check whether the output frequency matches the user-setting frequency.
 Active condition: Absolute value (preset frequency-output frequency)<= Frequency Detection Bandwidth/ 2

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
PG Group P76 Detected frequency bandwidth - 0 ~ 200 10.0 Hz

ƒ Can not be set above max. frequency(P16).
 When setting P76 to 10.0.

z1 : FDT-2
 Activated when the preset frequency

matches frequency detection level (P75) and FDT-1 condition is met.
 Active condition: (Preset frequency = FDT level) & FDT-1

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
PG Group P75 Detected frequency - 30.0 0 ~ 200 Hz
P76 Detected frequency bandwidth - 10.0

ƒ Cannot be set above Max frequency (P16).
 When setting P75 and P76 to 30.0 Hz
and 10.0 Hz, respectively
25Hz

Frequency
setting
30Hz

 

Frequency
Multi output
relay

50Hz
Operation

command

 

15Hz
Frequency
20Hz
40Hz
Frequency
setting
20Hz
Multi output
relay

40Hz
35Hz
Operation
command

Chapter 11. Monitoring
11-8
z2 : FDT-3
 Activated when run frequency meets the following condition.
 Active condition: Absolute value (detected frequency - run frequency) <= detected frequency Bandwidth/2

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
PG Group P75 Detected frequency - 30.0 0 ~ 200 Hz
P76 Detected frequency bandwidth - 10.0

ƒ Can not be set above max. frequency(P16).
 When setting P75 and P76 to
30.0Hz and 10.0 Hz, respectively
z3 : FDT-4
 Activated when run frequency meets the following condition.
 Active condition
Accel time: Run Frequency >= FDT Level
Decel time: Run Frequency > (FDT Level – FDT Bandwidth/2)

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
PG Group P75 Detected frequency - 30.0 0 ~ 200 Hz
P76 Detected frequency bandwidth - 10.0

ƒ Can not be set above max. frequency(P16).
 When setting P75 and P76 to
30.0Hz and 10.0 Hz, respectively

Frequency
Multi output
relay
25Hz

Operation

command

30Hz
35Hz

Frequency 25Hz
Multi output
relay

Operation

command

30Hz
Chapter 11. Monitoring
11-9
z4 : FDT-5
 Activated as B contact contrast to FDT-4.
 Active condition
Accel time: Run Frequency >= FDT Level
Decel time: Run Frequency > (FDT Level – FDT Bandwidth/2)

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
PG Group P75 Detected frequency - 30.0 0 ~ 200 Hz
P76 Detected frequency bandwidth - 10.0

ƒ Can not be set above max. frequency(P16).
 When setting P75 and P76 to
30.0Hz and 10.0 Hz, respectively
z5 : Overload (OL)
 Refer to page 12-1.
z6 : Inverter overload (IOL)
 Refer to page 12-5
z7 : Motor stall (Stall)
 Refer to page 12-1
z8 : Over voltage trip (Ovt)
 Activated when over voltage trip occurs due to DC link voltage exceeded 400VDC.
z9 : Low voltage trip (Lvt)
 Activated when low voltage trip occurs due to DC link voltage under 200V.
z10 : Inverter heatsink overheat (OHt)
 Activated when the heatsink is overheated
z11 : Command loss
 Activated when analogue or RS-485 communication command are lost. Refer to page 12-4 frequency input
loss.

Frequency 25H
Multi output
relay

Operation

command

30Hz
Chapter 11. Monitoring
11-10
z12 : During operation
 Activated when run command is input and inverter outputs its voltage.
z13 : During stop
 Activated during stop without active command
z14 : During constant run
 Activated during constant speed operation
z15 : During speed searching
 Refer to page 10-10
z16 : Wait time for run signal input
 This function becomes active during normal operation and that the inverter waits for active run command
from external sequence.
z17 : Fault output
 The parameter set in P78 is activated.
 For example, if setting P77, P78 to 17 and 2, respectively, Multi-function output relay will become active
when trip other than “Low voltage trip” occurred.
Frequency

Relay

Operation

command

Frequency

Relay

Operation

command

Frequency

Relay

Operation
comm and

Chapter 12. Protective Function
12-1
12. Protective Function
12.1 Overload Trip

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
P24 Overload trip select 1 0 ~ 1 0 PG Group
P25 Overload trip level - 30 ~ 200 180 %
P26 Overload trip time - 0 ~ 60 60 sec

ƒ Set P24 of PG Group to 1.
ƒ Cut the inverter’s output in case of motor overload
ƒ Cut the output if current is allowed to motor during overload trip time higher than the preset level.
12.2 Stall prevention

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
P27 Stall prevention select - 0 ~ 7 3 PG Group
P28 Stall prevention level - 30 ~ 150 150 %
P77 Multi-function relay select 7 0 ~ 18 17

ƒ During acceleration: Motor starts deceleration when current exceeding the value set in P28 flows
ƒ During constant run: Motor decelerates when current exceeding the value set in P28 flows.
ƒ During deceleration: Motor deceleration stops when inverter DC link voltage rises above a certain
voltage level.
ƒ P28: The value is set as the percent of motor rated current (P43).
ƒ P77: Inverter outputs signals of stall prevention operation to externally connected device through multifunction relay output (30AC).
 P27 : Stall prevention can be set as the table below

Set Decel Constant Accel Set Decel Constant Accel
0 - - - 4 9 - -
1 - - 9 5 9 - 9
2 - 9 - 6 9 9 -
3 - 9 9 7 9 9 9

Chapter 12. Protective Function
12-2
 For example, set P27 to 3 to make stall prevention active during Acceleration and constant run.
 When stall prevention is executed during acceleration or deceleration, Accel/Decel time may take longer
than the user-setting time.
 When stall prevention is activated during constant run, t1, t2 executed in accordance with the value set in
ACC - [Accel time] and dEC - [Decel time].
i.e.) Stall prevention during operation
12.3 User’s fault detection

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
PG Group P33 User’s fault detection 3 0 ~ 7 0

ƒ Can set the following fault detection.
ƒ Ground fault detection during operation: it stops output if excessive current of one or more outputs flows
due to ground fault and etc.
ƒ Input phase loss: Inverter output is blocked at the event of more than one phase loss among R, S and T.
ƒ Output phase loss: Inverter output is shut off at the event of more than one phase loss among U, V and W.
DC
voltage

Frequency
MO or relay

Deceleration

Current
Frequency
t 1
t 2
Multi output
relay

Acceleration Constant run
P28

Chapter 12. Protective Function
12-3

Display Ground
fault
during
operation
[GCt]
Input
phase
loss
[COL]
Output
phase
loss
[Pot]
Display Ground
fault
during
operation
[GCt]
Input
phase
loss
[COL]
Output
phase
loss
[Pot]
0 - - - 4 9 - -
1 - - 9 5 9 - 9
2 - 9 - 6 9 9 -
3 - 9 9 7 9 9 9

12.4 External trip signal

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
P66 Multi-function input terminal P1 define 0 PG Group 0 ~ 24
~ ~
P69 Multi-function input terminal P4 define 18 3
P70 Multi-function input terminal P5 define 19 4

ƒ Select a terminal among P1 ~ P5 to output external trip signal.
ƒ Set P69 and P70 to 18 and 19 to define P4 and P5 as External A contact and B contact.
 External trip signal input A contact (N.O.): At normal status, P4 and CM terminals are open while at fault,
inverter output is shut off.
 External trip signal input B contact (N.C.): At normal status, P5 and CM terminals are open while at open,
inverter output is shut off.

P4(A contact)
Frequency
P5(B contact)

Operation

command

 

P1 FX : P66 = 0
P4 N.O. : P69 = 18
P5 N.C. : P70 = 19
CM

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12.5 Frequency command loss

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
P65 Criteria for analogue input signal 0 0 ~ 2 0 PG Group
P81 Drive mode select after loss of
frequency command
- 0 ~ 2 0
P82 Wait time after loss of frequency
command
- 0.1~120 1.0 sec
P77 Multi-function relay select 11 0 ~ 18 17

ƒ Select the Drive mode when frequency reference set via analog signal or communication option is lost.
 P65: Set the criteria for analog input signal loss.

0 Disabled P65 Criteria for analogue
input signal loss
1 When half the value set in P56 and P61 is entered
2 When less than the value set in P56 and P61 is entered

 If frequency command is set to 3(V1 of terminal) in Frq code of Drive Group and P65 is set to 1 and when
AI is less than half the value set in P56, it determines frequency command loss. At the moment, if entering
current based on the value converting 0~10V to 0~100%, it operates with the value converting 0~20mA to
0~100%.
i.e.) Voltage input: If P56 and P65 are set to 50% and 2 respectively, it operates at 5V.
Current input: If P56 and P65 are set to 50% and 1 respectively, it operates at 5mA.
 P81: When the conditions set in P65 are met for the time set in P82, the inverter operates as follows.

0 Continuous operation with the frequency before
command loss occurs
P81 Drive mode select after
loss of frequency
command
1 Free run stop (output cut off)
2 Decel to stop

 P77: Multi-function relay output (30AC) is used to output information on loss of frequency command to
external sequence.

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i.e.) when P65 is set to 2, P81 to 2, P82 to 5.0 sec and P77 to 11, respectively,
12.6 Inverter overload

Group Code Parameter Name Setting Range Initial Unit
PG Group P77 Multi-function output terminal
select
6 0 ~ 17 17

 Inverter overload prevention function is activated when the current above inverter rated current flows. At
the moment, the operation time becomes shorter as larger output current is.
 Multi-function relay (30BC) is used to output it to external device during inverter overload trip.
 Inverter overload trip operates as follows. However, level and time may vary automatically in accordance
with motor type, depending on settings including carrier frequency.
Frequency

Relay
5 sec

Operation
command
Frequency
input
Detection
time
[min]
1 min
Continuous
rating
150% Output current
[Inverter rating]

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13. Troubleshooting and Maintenance
13.1 Protective Functions

When a fault occurs, the cause must be corrected before the fault can be cleared. If protective function keeps
active, the inverter should restart after clearing the cause(s). Or, it may lead to reduction in product life and
damage to the equipment.
Caution

zProtection of Inverter output current and input voltage

Fault display Protective
function
Description
Overcurrent The inverter turns off its output when the output current of the inverter flows more
than 200% of the inverter rated current
Ground
fault current
The inverter turns off its output when a ground fault occurs on the output as long as
the function is active.
Ground
fault current
The inverter turns off its output when unbalanced output current occurs due to
abnormal situation such as ground fault during run and one of U,V,W gets
overcurrent.
Inverter
Overload
The inverter turns off its output when the output current of the inverter flows more
than the rated level (150% for 1 minute).
Overload
trip
The inverter turns off its output if the output current of the inverter more than the
motor rated current(P25) flows.
Inverter
overheat
The inverter turns off its output if the heat sink overheats due to a damaged cooling
fan.
Condenser
overload
Inverter output is blocked when one of 3 phases gets opened or main condenser is
outworn, resulting in excessive DC voltage variation. Detection time varies
depending on inverter output current.
Output
Phase loss
The inverter turns off its output when the one or more of the output (U, V, W) phase
is open. The inverter detects the output current to check the phase loss of the
output.
Over
voltage
The inverter turns off its output if the DC voltage of the main circuit increases higher
than 400 V when the motor decelerates. This fault can also occur due to a surge
voltage generated at the power supply system.
Low
voltage
The inverter turns off its output if the DC voltage is below 180V because of
insufficient voltage input torque.

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zProtection of abnormal internal circuit and external signal

Fault display Protective
function
Description
Parameter
save error
Displayed when user-setting parameters fail to be entered into memory.
Inverter
hardware
fault
Displayed when an error occurs in CPU operation and internal OS program. The
fault may not be relieved simply by STOP/RST key of the loader or reset terminal.
Retry after completely turning off the inverter and the display of the loader is fully
disappeared.
Used for the emergency stop of the inverter. The inverter instantly turns off the
output when the EST terminal is turned on.
Instant cut
off
Note
The inverter starts to regular operation when turning off the EST terminal while FX
or RX terminal is ON.
External
fault A
contact
input
When multi-function input terminal (P66~P70) is set to 18, external fault signal
input: A (Normal Open Contact), the inverter turns off the output.
External
fault B
contact
input
When multi-function input terminal (P66 ~ P70) is set to 19, external fault signal
input: B (Normal Close Contact), the inverter turns off the output.
When the
frequency
command
is lost
When inverter operation is set via Analog input (0-10V or 0-20mA input) or option
(RS-485) and no signal is applied, operation is done according to the method set in
P81.

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13.2 Fault Remedy

Caution
If any trouble occurs due to overcurrent, make sure to restart after eliminating the causes because power
semiconductor element inside the inverter may be broken.

 

Protective function Cause Remedy
Overcurrent zAccel/Decel time is too short compared
to the inertia of the load(GD
2).
zLoad is greater than the inverter rating.
zInverter output is issued when the motor
is free running.
zOutput short circuit or ground fault has
occurred.
zMechanical brake of the motor is
operating too fast.
) Increase the Accel/Decel time.
) Replace the inverter with appropriate
capacity.
) Resume operation after stopping the
motor or use P36 (Speed search).
) Check output wiring.
) Check the mechanical brake.
zGround fault has occurred at the output
wiring of the inverter.
zThe insulation of the motor is damaged
due to heat.
) Check the wiring of the output terminal.
) Replace the motor.
Inverter overload zLoad is greater than the inverter rating.
zTorque boost scale is set too large.
) Upgrade the capacity of motor and inverter
or reduce the load weight.
) Reduce torque boost scale.
Overload trip
Inverter overheat zCooling system has faults.
z z
Ambient temperature is too high.
) Check for alien substances clogged in the
heat sink.
) Keep ambient temperature under 40°C.
Condenser
overload
z3-Phase product may have one phase
lost.
zInternal condenser was outworn.
) Check whether wiring of input power or
inter-phase voltage is abnormal.
) It’s almost time to replace or it may
happen when it is used in hot temperature for
a long while. Contact after-sales service.

Ground fault
current

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zFault Remedy

Protective function Cause Remedy
Output Phase loss zFaulty contact of magnetic switch
at output
zFaulty output wiring
) Make connection of magnetic switch at
output of the inverter securely.
) Check output wiring.
Over voltage zDecel time is too short compared
to the inertia of the load(GD
2).
zRegenerative load is at the
inverter output.
zLine voltage is too high.
) Increase the Decel time.
) Check whether line voltage exceeds its
rating.
Low voltage zLine voltage is low.
zLoad larger than line capacity is
connected to line (ex: welding
machine, motor’s direct input)
zFaulty magnetic switch at the
input side of the inverter.
) Check whether line voltage is below its rating.
) Check the incoming AC line. Adjust the line
capacity corresponding to the load.
) Change a magnetic switch.
External fault A
contact input
zThe multi function terminals(P66
~ P70) set to “18 (External fault
A)” or “19 (External trip signal
input : fault-B)” in P66~P70 in PG
Group is ON.
) Eliminate the cause of fault at circuit
connected to external fault terminal or cause of
external fault input.
zNo frequency command is applied
to AI terminal.
zCommunication command is cuts
off
) Check the wiring of AI and frequency
reference level.
) In case of a program set to periodically
update frequency, check the communication line
or operation of master device.
Parameter save error Hardware fault ) Contact your local LSIS sales representative.
) EEP message occurs when first allowing
power after upgrading software due to A/S
service. At the moment, turn it off and retry.

External fault B
contact input

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13.3 Precautions for maintenance

z Make sure to remove the input power while performing maintenance.
z Make sure to perform maintenance after checking the DC link capacitor has discharged. The bus
capacitors in the inverter main circuit can still be charged even after the power is turned off. Check the
voltage between terminal P or P1 and N using a tester before proceeding.
z SV-iE5 series inverter has ESD (Electrostatic Discharge) sensitive components. Take protective
measures against ESD before touching them for inspection or installation.
z Do not change any inner parts and connectors. Never modify the inverter.
Warning

13.4 Checklist
zDaily inspections
 Proper installation environment
 Cooling system fault
 Unusual vibration and noise
 Unusual overheating and discoloration
zPeriodic inspection
 Do screws and bolts become loose or rust due to the environment?
) Tighten or replace them.
 Alien substances are clogged in the cooling system?
) Eliminate them by using compressed air.
 Check the rotating condition of the cooling fan, the condition of capacitors and the connections with the
magnetic contactor
) Replace them if there are any abnormalities.
13.5 Parts Replacement
The inverter consists of many electronic parts such as semiconductor devices. The following parts may deteriorate
with age because of their structures or physical characteristics, leading to reduced performance or failure of the
inverter. For preventive maintenance, the parts must be changed periodically.

Part name Change period(year) Description
DC link condenser 4 Exchange
Control smoothing condenser 4 Exchange
Relay - Determined after inspection

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14. COM Option (RS-485)
14.1 Introduction
SV-iE5 inverter can be controlled and monitored by the sequence program of the PLC or other master module. Drives
or other slave devices may be connected in a multi-drop fashion on the RS-485 network and may be monitored or
controlled by a single PLC or PC.
14.2 Specifications
zPerformance Specifications

Item Specification
COM method RS-485
Transmission form Bus method, Multi drop Link System
Inverter SV-iE5 series
Converter RS232 converter
Connectable drives Max. 16
Transmission distance Max. 1,200m (within 700m recommended)

zHardware specification

Item Specification
Installation Use S+, S- terminals on control terminal block
Power supply Use Insulated power from the inverter power supply

zCommunication specification

Item Specification
Communication speed 9,600/4,800/2,400 bps selectable
Control procedure Asynchronous communication system
COM system Half duplex system
Character system Binary (Modbus RTU), ASCII (LSBUS)
Stop bit length 1 bit / 2bit
CRC check 2 bytes
Parity check None

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14.3 Installation
zConnecting the communication line
Connect(wire) to the inverter’s (S+), (S-) terminals of the control terminals as shown in the below figure. Use CM
terminal on the lower control terminal for COM signal shield ground. COM dedicated terminal is delivered with iE5
COM optional product.
zPC-Inverter connection

Note
The number of drives to be connected is up to 16 drives.
The specification of length of communication line is max. 1200m. To ensure stable communication, limit the
length below 700m.
Short both(S+, S-) of JP1 pin located on the upper PBC of control terminal COM terminal.

Upper controls
(PC, laptop, PLC and etc)
232,485 converter
S+(P) S-(N)
Use CM terminal if
using shield wiring

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zCable Specification
If communicating by using RS-422 or RS-485 channel, the twisted pair cable for RS-422 should be used considering
the communication distance and speed. The specifications of the recommended cable are as follows.
- Product : Low Capacitance Lan Interface Cable
- Spec. : 2P X 22AWG(D/0.254 TA)
- Manufacturer : LS cable
- Type : LIREV-AMESB
Even if using other cables but the above recommended cable, make sure to use cables conforming to the following
table.
zCharacteristics

Item Unit Characteristics Test condition Electrical
characteristics
Conductor resistance Ω/km 59 and lower Ambient temp.
Withstand voltage(DC) V/1min Endurable at 500V for 1 minute In the air
Insulation resistance MΩ-km 1,000 and higher Ambient temp.
Electrostatic cap Pf/M 45 and lower 1kHz
Characteristic
impedance
120 ± 12 10MHz
Core Pair 2 Conductor Appearance
characteristics
Spec. AWG 22
Structure NO./mm 1/0.643
Dia. Mm 0.643
Thickness mm 0.59 insulator
Dia. Mm 1.94

14.4 Inverter functional code setting
Once correctly connected, set COM parameters as follows. However, COM speed number should be set according to
the system.
zFunction

Code Function Setting
drv Run mode 3 (COM)
Frq Frequency mode 4 (COM)
P 79 Inverter number 1 ~ 250 (set avoiding duplication)
P 80 COM speed 2 (9,600 bps, factory default)
P 81 Run mode when speed command is lost 0 (keep operating with the frequency set before
command is lost)

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Code Function Setting
P 82 Determination time when speed command is lost 1.0 second
P 83 COM waiting time Set the waiting time until the next TX signal output
after receiving RX signal.
P 84 Parity/STOP setting Set COM parity/stop bit
P 89 Selecting communication protocol 0 (Modbus RTU), 1 (LSBUS)

14.5 Operation
Check whether a computer and an inverter are correctly connected.
Turn on the inverter. Do not connect any load to the inverter until it is confirmed that it would be communicated with a
computer. Run the inverter in accordance with the inverter run program.
14.6 COM Protocol(ModBus-RTU)
Use ModBus-RTU protocol, which is open protocol. It is structured that computer or other host serves as a master
while the inverter servers as a slave. The inverter, as a slave, responds to the read/write request of the master
zSupportable function codes

Function Description Remarks
h03 Read Hold Register
h04 Read Input Register
h06 Preset Single Register
h10 Preset Multiple Register

z Exception codes

Exception Description Remarks
h01 ILLEGAL FUNCTION When using other function codes but these supported by
the inverter (h03,h04,h06,h10)
h02 ILLEGAL DATA ADDRESS When parameter address is invalid (not exists)
h03 ILLEGAL DATA VALUE If function code is h06 or h10(parameter writing command)
or when parameter value is not valid (reading only or
beyond the range)
h06 SLAVE DEVICE BUSY Delay
h14 User define 1.Write Disable(Address h0004 value is 0)
2.Read Only or Not Program during Running

 

Note
Common S/W version is displayed in hexadecimal number while the S/W version of parameter is displayed in
decimal number.

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14.7 Communication Protocol (LS BUS)
LS BUS protocol is dedicated communication protocol of LSIS. It is used for connecting of communication with LSIS
PLC etc.
z Basic format
Command message (Request):

ENQ Drive No. CMD Data SUM EOT
1 byte 2 bytes 1 byte n bytes 2 bytes 1 byte

Normal response (Acknowledge Response):

ACK Drive No. CMD Data SUM EOT
1 byte 2 bytes 1 byte n * 4 bytes 2 bytes 1 byte

Negative response (Negative Acknowledge Response):

NAK Drive No. CMD Error code SUM EOT
1 byte 2 bytes 1 byte 2 bytes 2 bytes 1 byte

Description:
Request starts with “ENQ” and ends with “EOT”.
Acknowledge Response starts with “ACK” and ends with “EOT”.
Negative Acknowledge Response starts with ”NAK” and ends with “EOT”.
“Drive Number” is the number of drives and indicated in 2 bytes ASCII-HEX.
(ASCII-HEX: Hexadecimal consists of ‘0’ ~ ‘9’, ‘A’ ~ ‘F)
CMD: Capital letter

Character ASCII-HEX Command
‘R’ 52h Read
‘W’ 57h Write
‘X’ 58h Request for monitoring registration
‘Y’ 59h Action for monitoring registration

Data: ASCII-HEX
Ex) when data value is 3000: 3000 (dec)
‘0’ ’B’ ’B’ ’8’h 30h 42h 42h 38h
Error code: ASCII (20h ~ 7Fh)
Receive/Send buffer size: Receive= 39 bytes, Send=44 bytes
Monitor register buffer: 8 Word
SUM: to check the communication error
SUM= ASCII-HEX format of lower 8 bit of (Drive No. + CMD + DATA)

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Ex) Command Message (Request) for reading one address from address “3000”

ENQ Drive No CMD Address Number of
address to read
SUM EOT
05h “01” “R” “3000” “1” “A7” 04h
1 byte 2 bytes 1 byte 4 bytes 1 byte 2 bytes 1 byte

SUM = ‘0’ + ‘1’ + ’R’ + ‘3’ + ‘0’ + ‘0’ + ‘0’ + ‘1’
= 30h + 31h + 52h + 33h + 30h + 30h + 30h + 31h
= 1A7h (Control values such as ENQ/ACK/NAK are excluded.)
z Detail communication protocol
1) Request for Read: Request for read successive ‘N’ numbers of WORD from address “XXXX”

ENQ Drive No CMD Address Number of
address to read
SUM EOT
05h “01” ~
“1F”
“R” “XXXX” “1” ~ “8” = n “XX” 04h
1 byte 2 bytes 1 byte 4 bytes 1 byte 2 bytes 1 byte

Total Byte = 12
The quotation marks (“ ”) means character.
1.1) Acknowledge Response:

ACK Drive No CMD Data SUM EOT
06h “01” ~ “1F” “R” “XXXX” “XX” 04h
1 byte 2 bytes 1 byte N * 4 bytes 2 bytes 1 byte

Total Byte = 7 + n * 4 = Max 39
1.2) Negative Acknowledge Response:

NAK Drive No CMD Error code SUM EOT
15h “01” ~ “1F” “R” “**” “XX” 04h
1 byte 2 bytes 1 byte 2 bytes 2 bytes 1 byte

Total Byte = 9
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2) Request for Write:

ENQ Drive No CMD Address Number of
address to read
Data SUM EOT
05h “01”~ “1F” “W” “XXXX” “1” ~ “8” = n “XXXX…” “XX” 04h
1 byte 2 bytes 1 byte 4 bytes 1 byte n * 4 bytes 2 bytes 1 byte

Total Byte = 12 + n * 4 = Max 44
2.1) Acknowledge response:

ACK Drive No CMD Data SUM EOT
06h “01” ~ “1F” “W” “XXXX…” “XX” 04h
1:byte 2:bytes 1:byte n * 4 bytes 2 bytes 1 byte

Total Byte = 7 + n * 4 = Max 39
Caution) Run command and Command frequency send the previous data to the first request of write and
then it send the owned data to the second request of write.
2.2) Negative response:

NAK Drive No CMD Error code SUM EOT
15h “01” ~ “1F” “W” “**” “XX” 04h
1 byte 2 bytes 1 byte 2 bytes 2 bytes 1 byte

Total Byte = 9
3) Request for Monitor Register
This is useful when constant parameter monitoring and data updates are required periodically.
Request for Register of ‘n’ numbers of Address (not consecutive)

ENQ Drive No CMD Number of
address to read
Address SUM EOT
05h “01” ~ “1F” “X” 1” ~ “4”= n “XXXX…” “XX” 04h
1 byte 2 bytes 1 byte 1 byte n * 4 byte 2 byte 1 byte

Total Byte = 8 + n * 4 = Max 24
3.1) Acknowledge Response:

ACK Drive No CMD SUM EOT
06h “01” ~ “1F” “X” “XX” 04h
1 byte 2 bytes 1 byte 2 bytes 1 byte

Total Byte = 7
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3.2) Negative Acknowledge Response:

NAK Drive No CMD Error code SUM EOT
15h “01” ~ “1F” “X” “**” “XX” 04h
1 byte 2 bytes 1 byte 2 bytes 2 bytes 1 byte

Total Byte = 9
4) Action Request for monitor register: Request for read of address registered by monitor register.

ENQ Drive No CMD SUM EOT
05h “01” ~ “1F” “Y” “XX” 04h
1 byte 2 bytes 1 byte 2 bytes 1 byte

Total Byte = 7
4.1) Acknowledge response:

ACK Drive No CMD Data SUM EOT
06h “01” ~ “1F” “Y” “XXXX…” “XX” 04h
1 byte 2 bytes 1 byte n * 4 bytes 2 bytes 1 byte

Total Byte= 7 + n * 4 = Max 23
4.2) Negative response:

NAK Drive No CMD Error code SUM EOT
15h “01” ~ “1F” “Y” “**” “XX” 04h
1 byte 2 bytes 1 byte 2 bytes 2 bytes 1 byte

Total Byte = 9
5) Error code

Error code Description
“IF” When master is sending codes other than Function code (R, W, X, Y).
“IA” When parameter address does not exist
“ID” When Data value exceeds its permissible range during ‘W’ (Write).
“WM” When the specific parameters cannot be written during W’ (Write).
(For example, in the case of Read Only, Write disabled during Run)
“FE” When frame size of specific function is not correct and Checksum field is wrong.

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14.8 Parameter code list
zCommon area: Area accessible regardless of inverter models.

Address Parameter Scale Unit R/W Data value
0 : SV-iS3 7 : SV-iG5 h0000 Inverter model - - R
1 : SV-iG 8 : SV-iC5
2 : SV-iV 9 : SV-iP5
3 : SV-iH A : SV-iG5A
4 : SV-iS5 D : SV-iE5
5 :SV-iV5
h0001 Inverter capacity - - R FFFF:100W 0000:200W 0001:200W
h0002 Inverter Input Voltage - - R 0 : 220V class
h0003 Version - - R i.e.) Version 1.0 : h0010
h0004 Parameter Lock - - R/W 0: Lock (default)
1: Unlock
h0005 Frequency Command 0.01 Hz R/W Starting freq. ~ Max. freq.
BIT 0: Stop R/W h0006 Drive mode - -
BIT 1: Forward Run
BIT 2: Reverse Run
BIT 3: Fault Reset (RESET) W
BIT 4: Emergency Stop (EST)
- BIT 5, 13~15: Not Used
BIT 6~7: R
00: terminal 01: loader
10: Reserved 11: Com operation
BIT 8~12: frequency arrival info
00000: DRV-00 00001: multi-step 1
00010: multi-step 2 00011: multi-step 3
00100: UP 00101: Down
00110: Up/down zero 00111: AI input
01000: JOG /
Loader volume
01001~
10010: reserved
10011: Com operation 10100~
11111: reserved
h0007 Acc Time 0.1 sec R/W See Function List
h0008 Dec Time 0.1 sec R/W See Function List h0008

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Address Parameter Scale Unit R/W Data value
h0009 Output Current 0.1 A R See Function List.
H000A Output Frequency 0.01 Hz R See Function List.
H000B Output Voltage 0.1 V R See Function List.
H000C DC Link voltage 0.1 V R See Function List.
H000D - - - - Reserved
BIT 0 : Stop h000E Status of Inverter R
BIT 1 : Forward running
BIT 2 : Reverse running
BIT 3 : Fault (Trip)
BIT 4 : Accelerating
BIT 5 : Decelerating
BIT 6 : speed arrival
BIT 7 : DC Braking
BIT 8 : Stopping
BIT10 : Brake Open
BIT11 : Forward run command(1)
BIT12 : Reverse run command(1)
BIT13 : REM. R/S
BIT14 : REM. Freq.
BIT 0 : OCT h000F Trip information R
BIT 1 : OVT
BIT 2 : EXT-A
BIT 3 : EST(Emergency Stop)
BIT 4 : COL
BIT 5 : GFT(Ground Fault)
BIT 6 : OHT(Over Heat)
BIT 7 : GCT(Ground Current Trip)
BIT 8 : OLT(Overload trip)
BIT 9 : HW-Diag
BIT10: EXT-B
BIT11: EEP(Parameter Write Error)
BIT12: -
BIT13: PO(Phase Open)
BIT14 : IOLT
BIT15: LVT

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Address Parameter Scale Unit R/W Data value
BIT 0 : P1 h0010 Input terminal status R
BIT 1 : P2
BIT 2 : P3
BIT 3 : P4
BIT 4 : P5
BIT 0 ~6: Not Used h0011 Output terminal status R
BIT 7 : 30AC
h0012 - - - - Reserved
h0013 - - - - Reserved
h0014 - - - - Reserved
h0015 RPM R See Function List.

 

Note
The changed value in Common area affects the current setting but returns to the previous setting when power is
cycled or Inverter is reset. However, changing value is immediately reflected in other parameter groups even in
the case of Reset or Power On/Off.

zDRV group

Address Code Parameter Initial Max. Min.
16bit 10bit
D100 53504 D00 Cmd. Freq 0 Max. Freq. 0
D101 53505 D01 ACC 50 60000 0
D102 53506 D02 DEC 100 60000 0
D103 53507 D03 DRV 1 3 0
D104 53508 D04 FRQ 0 4 0
D105 53509 D05 ST 1 1000 Max. Freq. 0
D106 53510 D06 ST 2 2000 Max. Freq. 0
D107 53511 D07 ST 3 3000 Max. Freq. 0
D108 53512 D08 CUR - 255 -
D109 53513 D09 RPM 0 1800 0
D10A 53514 D10 DCL 0 65535 0
D10B 53515 D11 USR 0 1 0
D10C 53516 D12 FLT 0 1 0
D10D 53517 D13 DRC 0 1 0

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zPROGRAM group

Address Code Parameter Initial Max. Min.
16bit 10bit
D201 53761 P 1 Last Fault1 0 1 0
D202 53762 P 2 Last Fault2 0 1 0
D203 53763 P 3 Last Fault3 0 1 0
D204 53764 P 4 Fault Clear 0 1 0
D205 53765 P 5 Run Prohibit 0 2 0
D206 53766 P 6 ACC Pattern 0 1 0
D207 53767 P 7 DEC Pattern 0 1 0
D208 53768 P 8 Stop Method 0 2 0
D209 53769 P 9 DcBr freq 500 6000 startFreq
D20A 53770 P 10 DcBlk time 10 6000 0
D20B 53771 P 11 DcBr value 50 200 0
D20C 53772 P 12 DcBr time 10 600 0
D20D 53773 P 13 DcSt value 50 200 0
D20E 53774 P 14 DcSt time 0 600 0
D20F 53775 P 15 Jog Freq 1000 Max. Freq. 0
D210 53776 P 16 Max Freq 6000 12000 4000
D211 53777 P 17 Base Freq 6000 12000 3000
D212 53778 P 18 Start Freq 50 1000 10
D213 53779 P 19 Trq Boost 0 1 0
D214 53780 P 20 Fwd Boost 50 150 0
D215 53781 P 21 Rev Boost 50 150 0
D216 53782 P 22 VF Pattern 0 1 0
D217 53783 P 23 OV adj 100 110 40
D218 53784 P 24 OLT select 0 1 0
D219 53785 P 25 OLT level 180 200 50
D21A 53786 P 26 OLT time 600 600 0
D21B 53787 P 27 Stall prev. 0 7 0
D21C 53788 P 28 Stall level 150 150 30
D21D 53789 P 29 Up/Down Save select 0 1 0
D21E 53790 P 30 Up/Down Save Freq. 0 Max. Freq. 0
D21F 53791 P 31 Dwell freq 500 Max. Freq. startFreq
D220 53792 P 32 Dwell time 0 100 0

Chapter 14. COM Option (RS-485)
14-13

Address Code Parameter Initial Max. Min.
16bit 10bit
D221 53793 P 33 Trip select 0 3 0
D222 53794 P 34 Power-on run 0 1 0
D223 53795 P 35 RST restart 0 1 0
D224 53796 P 36 Speed Search 0 50 0
D225 53797 P 37 SS Sup-Curr 100 200 80
D226 53798 P 38 Retry number 0 10 0
D227 53799 P 39 Retry delay 10 600 0
D228 53800 P 40 Motor select 0 2 0
D229 53801 P 41 Pole number 4 12 2
D22A 53802 P 42 Rated-Slip freq. 200 1000 0
D22B 53803 P 43 Rated-Curr 10 255 0
D22C 53804 P 44 Noload-Curr 5 255 0
D22D 53805 P 45 Carrier freq 30 100 10
D22E 53806 P 46 Control Mode 0 2 0
D22F 53807 P 47 PI P-gain 3000 9999 0
D230 53808 P 48 PI I-gain 100 3200 10
D232 53810 P 50 PI F-gain 0 9999 0
D233 53811 P 51 PI output freq. H limit 6000 Max. Freq. PI output freq.L limit
D234 53812 P 52 PI output freq. L limit 50 PI output freq. H
limit
startFreq.
D235 53813 P 53 PowerOn disp 0 15 0
D236 53814 P 54 Rpm disp Gain 100 1000 1
D237 53815 P 55 AI input filter cont 10 9999 0
D238 53816 P 56 AI min. Input(v/i) 0 AI max. inupt 0
D239 53817 P 57 AI min. input freq. 0 Max. Freq. 0
D23A 53818 P 58 AI max. Input(v/i) 1000 1000 AI min. input
D23B 53819 P 59 AI max. input freq. 6000 Max. Freq. 0
D23C 53820 P 60 Volume input filter cont 10 9999 0
D23D 53821 P 61 Volume min. input 0 Vol. max. input 0
D23E 53822 P 62 Volume input min. freq. 0 Max. Freq. 0
D23F 53823 P 63 Volume max. input 1000 1000 Vol. min. input
D240 53824 P 64 Volume input max. freq. 6000 Max. Freq. 0
D241 53825 P 65 Anal speed command lost criteria 0 2 0
D242 53826 P 66 P1 define 0 24 0

Chapter 14. COM Option (RS-485)
14-14

Address Code Parameter Initial Max. Min.
16bit 10bit
D243 53827 P 67 P2 define 1 24 0
D244 53828 P 68 P3 define 2 24 0
D245 53829 P 69 P4 define 3 24 0
D246 53830 P 70 P5 define 4 24 0
D247 53831 P 71 Input T/M status disp 0 31 0
D248 53832 P 72 MF input T/M filter cont. 3 20 1
D249 53833 P 73 Anal. Output item select 0 3 0
D24A 53834 P 74 Anal. Output level adj. 100 200 10
D24B 53835 P 75 Det. Freq. 3000 Max. Freq. 0
D24C 53836 P 76 Det. Freq. bandwidth 1000 Max. Freq. 0
D24D 53837 P 77 Relay func. select 17 17 0
D24E 53838 P 78 Fault output select. 2 7 0
D24F 53839 P 79 Inv No. 1 250 1
D250 53840 P 80 Baud rate 2 2 0
D251 53841 P 81 Lost command 0 2 0
D252 53842 P 82 Determination time of freq. input lost 10 1200 1
D253 53843 P 83 COM speed set 5 100 2
D254 53844 P 84 Parity/Stop Bit set 0 3 0
D255 53845 P 85 Para Init 0 2 0
D256 53846 P 86 Password set 0 FFFF 0
D257 53847 P 87 Para. Lock 0 65535 0
D258 53848 P 88 S/W Version 1 65535 0
D259 53849 P 89 Selecting communication protocol 0 1 0

Chapter 14. COM Option (RS-485)
14-15
14.9 Troubleshooting
Refer to Troubleshooting when RS -485 communication error occurs
zIf communication is not connected

Check points Corrective measures
Is the power provided to the converter? Provide electric power to the converter.
Are the connections between converter and computer
correct?
Refer to converter manual.
Does master start to communicate? Start communication
Is baud rate of computer and inverter correctly set? Set the correct value in accordance with“14.3
Installation”.
1) Is the data format of user program right? Revise User Program.
Is the connection between converter and communication
card right?
Check for GF the correct wiring in accordance
with“14.3 Installation”.

1) User program refers to the embedded program for MCU or S/W programmed by a user.
Chapter 14. COM Option (RS-485)
14-16
14.10 ASCII Code List

Character Hex Character Hex Character Hex Character Hex Character Hex
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
4A
4B
4C
4D
4E
4F
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
5A
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
J
k
l
m
n
o
p
q
r
s
t
u
v
w
x
y
z
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
6A
6B
6C
6D
6E
6F
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
7A
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
space
!
"
#
$
%
&
'
(
)
*
+
,
-
.
/
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
2F
:
;
<
=
>
?
@
[

]
^
_
`
{
|
}
~
BEL
BS
CAN
CR
DC1
DC2
DC3
DC4
DEL
3A
3B
3C
3D
3E
3F
40
5B
5C
5D
5E
5F
60
7B
7C
7D
7E
07
08
18
0D
11
12
13
14
7F
DLE
EM
ACK
ENQ
EOT
ESC
ETB
ETX
FF
FS
GS
HT
LF
NAK
NUL
RS
SI
SO
SOH
STX
SUB
SYN
US
VT
10
19
06
05
04
1B
17
03
0C
1C
1D
09
0A
15
00
1E
0F
0E
01
02
1A
16
1F
0B

Chapter 15. Specifications
15-1
15. Specifications
15.1 Technical data
zInput & output ratings

Type : SV xxx iE5 – x 001-1 002-1 004-1 001-2 002-2 004-2
[HP] 1/8 1/4 1/2 1/8 1/4 1/2 1)Motor
[kW] 0.1 0.2 0.4 0.1 0.2 0.4
2)Capacity[kVA] 0.3 0.6 0.95 0.3 0.6 1.14 Output
ratings
Current [A] 0.8 1.4 2.5 0.8 1.6 3.0
Output frequency 0 ~ 200 [Hz]
Voltage [V] 3) 3phase 200 ~ 230V
Voltage [V] 1phase 200 ~ 230 VAC (±10%) 3phase 200~230 VAC (±10%) Input
ratings
Frequency 50 ~ 60 [Hz] (±5%)
Current[A] 2.0 3.5 5.5 1.2 2.0 3.5

zControl

Control method v/f
Frequency setting resolution Digital command : 0.01Hz
Analog command : 0.1Hz (max. fre : 60Hz)
Frequency accuracy Digital command: 0.01% of Max output frequency
Analog command: 0.1% of Max output frequency
v/f pattern Linear v/f, Squared v/f
Overload capacity 150% per min.
Torque boost Manual/Auto torque boost

1) Motor shows the max. capacity assuming that 4 poles standard motor is used.
2) Ratings are based on 220V.
3) Max. output voltage may not be over the power voltage. Output voltage may be set temporarily lower than the
power voltage.

Chapter 15. Specifications
15-2
zOperation

Operation mode Select one of loader/terminal/COM operation(optional)
Frequency setting Analogue: 0 ~ 10[V], 0 ~ 20[mA], loader volume
Digital: loader
Operation features PI, up-down, 3-wire
NPN / PNP selectable(see page 3-5) Multi-function terminal
P1, P2, P3, P4, P5
Input
Functions: FWD/REV RUN, Emergency stop, Fault reset, Jog operation,
Multi-step Frequency-High & Low, Frequency UP/Down, 3-wire operation,
External trip A & B, PI-Inverter (v/f) operation bypass, Analog Hold,
Accel/Decel stop,
Up/Down Save Freq.
Multi-function relay Fault output and inverter
status output
Less than (N.O., N.C.) AC250V 0.3A
Less than DC 30V 1A
Analog output 0 ~ 10 Vdc (less than 10mA) : frequency, current, voltage, DC voltage
selectable

zProtective function

Trip Over Voltage, low voltage, over current, ground fault detection, inverter overload,
overload trip, inverter overheat, condenser overload, output phase loss, overload
protection, frequency command loss, hardware fault.
Alarm Stall prevention
Momentary power
loss
Below 15 msec: Continuous operation (should be within rated input voltage, rated output
power.)
Above 15 msec: Auto restart enable

zStructure & Environment

Cooling Natural cooling
Protection type Open(IP 20)
Ambient temperature -10°C ~ 40°C
Storage temperature -20°C ~ 65°C
Ambient humidity Less than 90% RH(no condensation)
Altitude, vibration Below 1,000m, below 5.9m/sec2 (0.6G)
Environmental conditions Protected from corrosive gas, combustible gas, oil mist or dust

DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Council Directive(s) to which conformity is declared:
2006/95/CE and 2004/108/CE
Units are certified for compliance with the following standards:
EN 61800-3:2004
EN 50178:1997

Type of Equipment:
Model Name:
Trade Mark:
Representative:
Address:
Inverter (Power Conversion Equipment)
SV - iE5 Series
LS Industrial Systems Co., Ltd.
LG International (Deutschland) GmbH
Lyoner Strasse 15,
Frankfurt am Main, 60528,
Germany
LG Industrial Systems Co., Ltd.
181, Samsung-ri, Mokchon-Eup,
Chonan, Chungnam, 330-845,
Korea
Manufacturer:
Address:

We, the undersigned, hereby declare that equipment specified above conforms to the Directives and
Standards mentioned.

Place: Frankfurt am Main Chonan, Chungnam,
Germany Korea

Mr. Ik-Seong Yang / Dept. Manager Mr. Jin Goo Song / General Manager
(Full name / Position) (Full name / Position)
(Signature/Date)
2007/11/19
(Signature/Date)
2007/11/29
i
TECHNICAL STANDARDS APPLIED
The standards applied in order to comply with the essential requirements of the Directives 2006/95/CEE "Electrical
material intended to be used with certain limits of voltage" and 2004/108/CEE "Electromagnetic Compatibility" are the
following ones:
• EN 50178 (1997) “Electronic equipment for use in power installations”.
•EN 61800-3/ (2004) “Adjustable speed electrical power drive systems. Part 3: EMC product
standard including specific methods”
• EN 55011/A2 (2003) “Industrial, scientific and medical (ISM) radio-frequency equipment.
Radio disturbances characteristics. Limits and methods of measurement”
•EN61000-4-2/A2 (2001) “Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Part 4: Testing and measurement
techniques. Section 2: Electrostatic discharge immunity test.
•EN61000-4-3/A2 (2004) “Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Part 4: Testing and measurement
techniques. Section 3: Radiated, radiofrequency, electromagnetic field
immunity test.
•EN61000-4-4/A2 (2002) “Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Part 4: Testing and measurement
techniques. Section 4: Electrical fast transients / burst immunity test.
•EN61000-4-5/A1 (2001) “Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Part 4: Testing and measurement
techniques. Section 5: Surge immunity test.
•EN61000-4-6/A1 (2001) “Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Part 4: Testing and measurement
techniques. Section 6: Immunity to conducted disturbances, induced by
radio-frequency fields.
•CEI/TR 61000-2-1 (1990) “Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Part 2: Environment. Environment
description for low-frequency conducted disturbances and signalling in
public low voltages supply systems”
• EN 61000-2-2 (2003) “Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Part 2: Environment. Compatibility
level for low-frequency conducted disturbances and signalling in public
low voltages supply systems”

ii

EMI / RFI POWER LINE FILTERS
LS inverters, iE5 series
CAUTION
RFI FILTERS
RECOMMENDED INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
To conform to the EMC directive, it is necessary that these instructions be followed as closely as possible. Follow the usual safety
procedures when working with electrical equipment. All electrical connections to the filter, inverter and motor must be made by a qualified
electrical technician.
1- ) Check the filter rating label to ensure that the current, voltage rating and part number are correct.
2- ) For best results the filter should be fitted as closely as possible to the incoming mains supply of the wiring enclousure, usually directly
after the enclosures circuit breaker or supply switch.
3- ) The back panel of the wiring cabinet of board should be prepared for the mounting dimensions of the filter. Care should be taken to
remove any paint etc... from the mounting holes and face area of the panel to ensure the best possible earthing of the filter.
4- ) Mount the filter securely.
5- ) Connect the mains supply to the filter terminals marked LINE, connect any earth cables to the earth stud provided. Connect the filter
terminals marked LOAD to the mains input of the inverter using short lengths of appropriate gauge cable.
6- ) Connect the motor and fit the ferrite core ( output chokes ) as close to the inverter as possible. Armoured or screened cable should be
used with the 3 phase conductors only threaded twice through the center of the ferrite core. The earth conductor should be securely
earthed at both inverter and motor ends. The screen should be connected to the enclousure body via and earthed cable gland.
7- ) Connect any control cables as instructed in the inverter instructions manual.
IT IS IMPORTANT THAT ALL LEAD LENGHTS ARE KEPT AS SHORT AS POSSIBLE AND THAT INCOMING MAINS AND OUTGOING
MOTOR CABLES ARE KEPT WELL SEPARATED.
THE LS RANGE OF POWER LINE FILTERS FF ( Footprint ) - FE ( Standard ) SERIES, HAVE BEEN SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED WITH HIGH
FREQUENCY LG INVERTERS.
THE USE OF LS FILTERS, WITH THE INSTALLATION ADVICE OVERLEAF HELP TO ENSURE TROUBLE FREE USE ALONG SIDE SENSITIVE
DEVICES AND COMPLIANCE TO CONDUCTED EMISSION AND IMMUNITY STANDARS TO EN 50081.
THE LS RANGE OF POWER LINE FILTERS FF ( Footprint ) - FE ( Standard ) SERIES, HAVE BEEN SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED WITH HIGH
FREQUENCY LG INVERTERS.
THE USE OF LS FILTERS, WITH THE INSTALLATION ADVICE OVERLEAF HELP TO ENSURE TROUBLE FREE USE ALONG SIDE SENSITIVE
DEVICES AND COMPLIANCE TO CONDUCTED EMISSION AND IMMUNITY STANDARS TO EN 50081.
iii

iV

WARRANTY

Maker LS Industrial Systems Co.,Ltd Installation(start
up) date
Model No. SV-iE5 Warranty period
Name Customer
info
Address
Tel.
Name Sales office
Address
Tel.

 

Note
This product has been manufactured through the strict QC control and inspection of LS Industrial Systems.
Warranty period is 12 months after installation or 18 months after manufactured when the installation date is
unidentified. However, the guarantee term may vary on the sales term.

zIn-warranty service information
 If the defective part has been identified under normal and proper use within the guarantee term, contact
your local authorized LS distributor or LS Service center.
zOut-of-warranty service information
 The guarantee will not apply in the following cases.
 Troubles are attributable to a user’s intentional negligence or carelessness
 Damage was caused by abnormal voltage and peripheral devices’ malfunction (failure)
 Damage was caused by natural disasters(earthquake, fire, flooding, lightning and etc)
 When LS nameplate is not attached
Manual Revision History

No. Revision Changes Version. No Remarks
1 Sept 2006 First edition 1.10 -
2 Jan 2007 Contents revised 1.10 -
3 Apr 2007 Contents revised 1.20 -
4 Jul 2008 Contents revised 1.30 -

zSustainable Management
LS Industrial System Co.,Ltd take the highest priority on sustainable management and
do our best to preserve the environment of the earth.
zDisposal Recommendation
LS Inverter is intended and designed to preserve the environment. To dispose of it,
iron, aluminum, copper, and synthetic resin(product cover) may be separated and
reused.

LS values every single customer.
Quality and service come first at LSIS.
Always at your service, standing for our customers.
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