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Manual M100

This operation manual is intended for users with basic knowledge of electricity and electric devices.
* LSLV- M100 is the official name for the M100 series inverters.

Thank you for purchasing LSIS inverter.

Safety Information
Read and follow all safety instructions in this manual precisely to avoid unsafe operating conditions,
property damage, personal injury, or death.

Safety symbols in this manual

Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in severe injury or death.

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in injury or death.

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided, could result in minor injury or property
damage.

Safety information

• Do not open the cover of the equipment while it is on or operating. Likewise, do not operate the
inverter while the cover is open. Exposure of high voltage terminals or charging area to the
external environment may result in an electric shock. Do not remove any covers or touch the
internal circuit boards (PCBs) or electrical contacts on the product when the power is on or
during operation. Doing so may result in serious injury, death, or serious property damage.
• Do not open the cover of the equipment even when the power supply to the inverter has been
turned off unless it is necessary for maintenance or regular inspection. Opening the cover may
result in an electric shock even when the power supply is off.
• The equipment may hold charge long after the power supply has been turned off. Use a multi-
meter to make sure that there is no voltage before working on the inverter, motor or motor cable.

• This equipment must be grounded for safe and proper operation.
• Do not supply power to a faulty inverter. If you find that the inverter is faulty, disconnect the
power supply and have the inverter professionally repaired.
• The inverter becomes hot during operation. Avoid touching the inverter until it has cooled to
avoid burns.
• Do not allow foreign objects, such as screws, metal chips, debris, water, or oil to get inside the
inverter. Allowing foreign objects inside the inverter may cause the inverter to malfunction or
result in a fire.
• Do not operate the inverter with wet hands. Doing so may result in electric shock.
• Check the protection degree of circuits and equipments used in the inverter degree of circuit protection
and the degree of equipment protection.
The following connection terminals and components are electrical protection class 0 devices. The
circuit is protected by the essential insulation and electric shock may occur if the insulation is done
improperly. The same protection measures for electric cables must be taken when the using or installing
the following compornents, or when you connect a cable to the following terminals or components.
- Multi-function terminals: P1–P3, P4 (Advanced I/O), P5 (Advanced I/O), CM
- Analog terminal inputs and outputs: VR, V1, I2 (Advanced I/O), AO, CM
- Other terminal block connectors: Q1(Standard I/O), EG (Standard I/O), 24, A1, B1, C1, A2
(Advanced I/O), C2 (Advanced I/O)
- Cooling fan
• This inverter is a protection class 1 product.

• Do not modify the interior workings of the inverter. Doing so will void the warranty.
• The inverter is designed for 3-phase motor operation. Do not use the inverter to operate a single phase
motor.
• Do not place heavy objects on top of electric cables. Doing so may damage the cable and result in an
electric shock.

Note
Maximum allowed prospective short-circuit current at the input power connection is defined in IEC
60439-1 as 100 kA. Depending on the selected MCCB, the LSLV-M100 Series is suitable for use in
circuits capable of delivering a maximum of 100 kA RMS symmetrical amperes at the drive's maximum
rated voltage. The following table shows the recommended MCCB for RMS symmetrical amperes.

Remarque
Le courant maximum de court-circuit présumé autorisé au connecteur d’alimentation électrique est défini
dans la norme IEC 60439-1 comme égal à 100 kA. Selon le MCCB sélectionné, la série LSLV-M100 peut
être utilisée sur des circuits pouvant fournir un courant RMS symétrique de 100 kA maximum en ampères
à la tension nominale maximale du variateur. Le tableau suivant indique le MCCB recommandé selon le
courant RMS symétrique en ampères.

Working
Voltage UTE100(E/N) UTS150(N/H/L) ABS33c ABS53c ABS63c ABS103c
240V(50/60Hz) 50/65 kA 65/100/150 kA 30 kA 35 kA 35 kA 85 kA

Quick Reference Table
The following table contains situations frequently encountered by users while working with inverters.
Refer to the typical and practical situations in the table to quickly and easily locate answers to your
questions.

Situation Reference
I want to configure the inverter to start operating as soon as the power source is applied. p.84
I want to configure the motor’s parameters. p.193
Something seems to be wrong with the inverter or the motor. p.217
What are the recommended wiring lengths? p.23
The motor is too noisy. p.130
I want to apply PID control on my system. p.121
What are the factory default settings for multi-function terminals? p. 201,
p. 205
I want to review recent fault trip and warning histories. p.156

I want to change the inverter’s operation frequency using a potentiometer.

p.68,
p.69
p.70
I want to install a frequency meter using an analog terminal. p.142
I want to monitor the supply current to motor. p.57,
p.151
I want to operate the inverter using a multi-step speed configuration. p. 78
The motor runs too hot. p.159
The inverter is too hot. p.161
The cooling fan does not work. p.150
I want to change the items that are monitored on the keypad. p.232
I want to operate the inverter using a multi-step speed configuration. p.151

Table of Contents
1 Preparing the Installation ...................................................................................................................... 1
1.1 Product Identification ................................................................................................................. 1
1.2 Part Names ................................................................................................................................... 3
1.3 Installation Considerations ......................................................................................................... 6
1.4 Selecting and Preparing a Site for Installation ......................................................................... 7
1.5 Cable Selection .......................................................................................................................... 11
2 Installing the Inverter ........................................................................................................................... 13
2.1 Mounting the Inverter ............................................................................................................... 15
2.2 Cable Wiring .............................................................................................................................. 18
2.3 Post-Installation Checklist ........................................................................................................ 34
2.4 Test Run ..................................................................................................................................... 36
3 Learning to Perform Basic Operations ............................................................................................. 39
3.1 About the Keypad ..................................................................................................................... 39
About the Display ..................................................................................................... 40
Operation Keys.......................................................................................................... 41
Control Menu ............................................................................................................ 42
3.2 Learning to Use the Keypad .................................................................................................... 43
Group Selection ......................................................................................................... 43
Code Selection........................................................................................................... 45
Navigating Directly to Different Codes .................................................................. 46
Switching to a Different Code ................................................................................. 47
Setting Parameter Values .......................................................................................... 48
3.3 Actual Application Examples .................................................................................................. 49
Acceleration Time Configuration ............................................................................ 49
Frequency Reference Configuration ....................................................................... 50
Frequency Setting ..................................................................................................... 51
Initializing All Parameters ........................................................................................ 52
Frequency Setting (Keypad) and Operation (via Terminal Input) ....................... 53
Frequency Setting (Potentiometer) and Operation (Terminal Input) ................... 54
Frequency Setting (Potentiometer) and Operation (Keypad) ............................... 55
3.4 Monitoring the Operation ......................................................................................................... 57
Output Current Monitoring ...................................................................................... 57
Fault Trip Monitoring ............................................................................................... 58

4 Control Block Diagram ........................................................................................................................ 61
4.1 Setting Frequency ..................................................................................................................... 62
4.2 Setting Run Command ............................................................................................................. 64
4.3 Controlling Acc/Dec and V/F Voltage .................................................................................... 65
5 Learning Basic Features ....................................................................................................................... 67
5.1 Setting Frequency Reference ................................................................................................... 67
Keypad as the Source (KeyPad-1 setting) .............................................................. 68
Keypad as the Source (KeyPad-2 setting) .............................................................. 68
Built-in Volume input (V0) 0 – 5 [V] as the Source .............................................. 68
V1 Terminal as the Source ....................................................................................... 69
Input Current (Terminal I2) as the Source .............................................................. 70
Input Voltage (Terminal I2) as the Source .............................................................. 72
Frequency Reference Setting via Built-in Volume (V0) and I2 Terminal........... 73
Frequency Reference Setting via Built-in Volume (V0) and I2 Terminal........... 74
Frequency Reference Setting via Built-in Volume (V0) and V1 Terminal ......... 75
Frequency Reference Setting via RS-485 Communication ................................. 76
Frequency Reference Setting via Digital Volume (Up-Down) ............................ 76
5.2 Holding Analog Command Frequency ................................................................................... 77
5.3 Setting Multi-step Frequency................................................................................................... 78
5.4 Command Source Configuration ............................................................................................ 80
The Keypad as a Command Input Device ............................................................. 80
Terminal Block as a Command Input Device (Fwd/Rev Run Commands) ....... 81
Terminal Block as a Command Input Device (Run and Rotation Direction
Commands) .............................................................................................................. 82
RS-485 Communication as a Command Input Device ........................................ 83
5.5 Forward or Reverse Run Prevention ....................................................................................... 84
5.6 Power-on Run ............................................................................................................................ 84
5.7 Reset and Restart ....................................................................................................................... 85
5.8 Setting Acceleration and Deceleration Times ........................................................................ 86
Acc/Dec Time Based on Maximum Frequency .................................................... 86
Acc/Dec Time Based on Operation Frequency ..................................................... 87
Multi-step Acc/Dec Time Configuration ................................................................ 88
5.9 Acc/Dec Pattern Configuration ............................................................................................... 91
5.10 Stopping the Acc/Dec Operation ............................................................................................. 94
5.11 V/F(Voltage/Frequency) Control ............................................................................................. 95

Linear V/F Pattern Operation .................................................................................. 95
Square Reduction V/F pattern Operation ............................................................... 96
User V/F Pattern Operation ..................................................................................... 96
Output Voltage Setting .............................................................................................. 97
5.12 Torque Boost ............................................................................................................................. 98
Manual Torque Boost ............................................................................................... 98
Auto Torque Boost .................................................................................................. 100
5.13 Stop Mode Setting .................................................................................................................. 101
Deceleration Stop .................................................................................................... 101
Stop After DC Braking ........................................................................................... 101
Free Run Stop .......................................................................................................... 102
5.14 Frequency Limit ...................................................................................................................... 103
Frequency Limit Using Maximum Frequency and Start Frequency ................ 103
Frequency Limit Using Upper and Lower Limit Frequency Values ................. 103
Frequency Jump ...................................................................................................... 104
6 Learning Advanced Features ............................................................................................................ 107
6.1 DC Braking .............................................................................................................................. 107
Stop After DC Braking ........................................................................................... 107
Start After DC Braking ........................................................................................... 108
DC Braking During Stop ....................................................................................... 109
6.2 Jog operation............................................................................................................................ 110
Jog Operation 1-Forward Jog by Multi-function Terminal ................................ 110
Jog Operation 2-Fwd/Rev Jog by Multi-function Terminal ............................... 111
6.3 Up-down Operation ................................................................................................................ 112
6.4 3-Wire Operation .................................................................................................................... 116
6.5 Dwell Operation ...................................................................................................................... 117
6.6 Slip Compensation Operation ................................................................................................ 119
6.7 PID Control .............................................................................................................................. 121
PID Basic Control ................................................................................................... 122
6.8 Energy Saving Operation ....................................................................................................... 126
6.9 Speed Search Operation ......................................................................................................... 127
6.10 Auto Restart Settings .............................................................................................................. 129
6.11 Operational Noise Settings (carrier frequency settings) ..................................................... 130
6.12 2nd Motor Operation .............................................................................................................. 131
6.13 Frequency Setting and 2nd Operation Mode Setting ............................................................ 132

6.14 Input Voltage Setting ............................................................................................................... 135
6.15 Parameter Initialization ........................................................................................................... 136
6.16 Parameter Lock ....................................................................................................................... 138
6.17 Voltage Trip Prevention During Deceleration ...................................................................... 139
6.18 Brake Control .......................................................................................................................... 140
6.19 Analog Output ......................................................................................................................... 142
6.20 Digital Output .......................................................................................................................... 143
Multi-function Relay Output Terminal Settings .................................................. 143
6.21 Draw Operation ....................................................................................................................... 148
6.22 Operation Mode Setting When Cooling Fan is Abnormal ................................................. 150
6.23 Operation State Monitor ......................................................................................................... 151
6.24 I/O Terminal Block State Monitor ........................................................................................ 154
6.25 Fault State Monitor ................................................................................................................. 156
7 Learning Protection Features ........................................................................................................... 159
7.1 Motor Protection ..................................................................................................................... 159
Electronic Thermal Motor Overheating Prevention (ETH) ............................... 159
Overload Early Warning and Trip ......................................................................... 161
Stall Prevention ....................................................................................................... 162
7.2 Inverter and Sequence Protection .......................................................................................... 163
Output Open-phase Protection .............................................................................. 163
External Trip Signal ................................................................................................ 164
Inverter Overload Protection ................................................................................. 165
Speed Command Loss ............................................................................................ 166
Dynamic Braking (DB) Resistor Configuration .................................................. 168
Initial charging circuit trip(ROT) .......................................................................... 170
8 RS-485 Communication Features .................................................................................................... 171
8.1 Communication Standards ..................................................................................................... 171
8.2 Communication System Configuration ................................................................................ 172
Communication Line Connection ......................................................................... 173
Setting Communication Parameters...................................................................... 173
Setting Operation Command and Frequency ....................................................... 175
Command Loss Protective Operation ................................................................... 175
Parameter Group for Data Transmission .............................................................. 176
8.3 Communication Protocol ....................................................................................................... 176
LS INV 485 Protocol .............................................................................................. 176

Modbus-RTU Protocol ........................................................................................... 183
8.4 Compatible Common Area Parameter .................................................................................. 186
9 Table of Functions................................................................................................................................ 189
9.1 Operation Group ..................................................................................................................... 189
9.2 Drive Group (PAR → dr) ....................................................................................................... 191
9.3 Basic Function group (PAR→bA) ........................................................................................ 193
9.4 Expanded Function group (PAR→Ad) ................................................................................ 197
9.5 Control Function group (PAR→Cn) ..................................................................................... 200
9.6 Input Terminal Block Function group (PAR→In)............................................................... 201
9.7 Output Terminal Block Function group (PAR→OU) ......................................................... 205
9.8 Communication Function group (PAR→CM) .................................................................... 207
9.9 Application Function group (PAR→AP) ............................................................................. 209
9.10 Protection Function group (PAR→Pr).................................................................................. 211
9.11 2nd Motor Function group (PAR→M2) .............................................................................. 214
9.12 Config Mode group (PAR→CF) ........................................................................................... 215
10 Troubleshooting ................................................................................................................................... 217
10.1 Trips .......................................................................................................................................... 217
Fault Trips ................................................................................................................ 218
10.2 Troubleshooting Fault Trips ................................................................................................... 220
10.3 Troubleshooting Other Faults ................................................................................................ 222
11 Maintenance ......................................................................................................................................... 229
11.1 Regular Inspection Lists ......................................................................................................... 229
Daily Inspections ..................................................................................................... 229
Annual Inspections ................................................................................................. 230
Bi-annual Inspections ............................................................................................. 231
11.2 Storage and Disposal .............................................................................................................. 232
Storage...................................................................................................................... 232
Disposal .................................................................................................................... 232
12 Technical Specification ....................................................................................................................... 234
12.1 Input and Output Specification .............................................................................................. 234
12.2 Product Specification Details ................................................................................................. 235
12.3 External Dimensions (IP 20 Type) ........................................................................................ 237
12.4 Peripheral Devices .................................................................................................................. 239
12.5 Fuse and Reactor Specifications ............................................................................................ 239
12.6 Terminal Screw Specification ................................................................................................ 240

12.7 Braking Resistor Specification .............................................................................................. 241
12.8 Continuous Rated Current Derating...................................................................................... 241
12.9 Remote Keypad Option .......................................................................................................... 245
Product Warranty ..................................................................................................................................... 247
Index ............................................................................................................................................................. 251

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1 Preparing the Installation
This chapter provides details on product identification, part names, correct installation and cable
specifications. To install the inverter correctly and safely, carefully read and follow the instructions.

1.1 Product Identification
The M100 Inverter is manufactured in a range of product groups based on drive capacity and power
source specifications. Product name and specifications are detailed on the rating plate. The illustration
on the next page shows the location of the rating plate. Check the rating plate before installing the
product and make sure that the product meets your requirements. For more detailed product
specifications, refer to 12.1 Input and Output Specification on page 234.

Note
Check the product name, open the packaging, and then confirm that the product is free from defects.
Contact your supplier if you have any issues or questions about your product.

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1.2 Part Names
The illustration below displays part names. Details may vary between product groups.

0.1~0.2 kW (Single Phase)

0.4~0.75 kW (Single Phase)

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1.5~2.2 kW (Single Phase)

1.3 Installation Considerations
Inverters are composed of various precision, electronic devices, and therefore the installation
environment can significantly impact the lifespan and reliability of the product. The table below
details the ideal operation and installation conditions for the inverter.
Items Description
Ambient Temperature 1) 14–122F (-10–50℃)
Ambient Humidity 95% relative humidity (no condensation)
Storage Temperature - 4–149F (-20–65℃)
Environmental Factors An environment free from corrosive or flammable gases, oil residue or dust
Altitude/Vibration Lower than 3,280 ft (1,000 m) above sea level/less than 1G (9.8 m/sec2)
Air Pressure 70~106 kPa
1) The ambient temperature is the temperature measured at a point 2” (5 cm) from the surface of the inverter.

Do not allow the ambient temperature to exceed the allowable range while operating the inverter.

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1.4 Selecting and Preparing a Site for Installation
When selecting an installation location consider the following points:
• The inverter must be installed on a wall that can support the inverter’s weight.
• The location must be free from vibration. Vibration can adversely affect the operation of the
inverter.
• The inverter can become very hot during operation. Install the inverter on a surface that is fire-
resistant or flame-retardant and with sufficient clearance around the inverter to allow air to
circulate. The illustrations below detail the required installation clearances.

• Ensure sufficient air circulation is provided around the inverter when it is installed. If the inverter
is to be installed inside a panel, enclosure, or cabinet rack, carefully consider the position of the
inverter’s cooling fan and the ventilation louver. The cooling fan must be positioned to efficiently
transfer the heat generated by the operation of the inverter.

기본조작법기능알람표제어블록도 기본기능 응용기능 모니터기능 보호기능 통신기능

• If you are installing multiple inverters in one location, arrange them side by side and remove their
top covers (optional). The top covers MUST be removed for side-by-side installations. Use a flat
head screwdriver to remove the top covers.
• Keep the distance between inverters at least 0.1’’.

• If you are installing multiple inverters, of different ratings, provide sufficient clearance to meet the
clearance specifications of the larger inverter.

기본조작법기능알람표제어블록도 기본기능 응용기능 모니터기능 보호기능 통신기능

1.5 Cable Selection
When you install power and signal cables in the terminal blocks, only use cables that meet the
required specification for the safe and reliable operation of the product. Refer to the following
information to assist you with cable selection.

• Wherever possible use cables with the largest cross-sectional area for mains power wiring, to ensure
that voltage drop does not exceed 2%.
• Use copper cables rated for 600V, 75℃ for power terminal wiring.
• Use copper cables rated for 300V, 75℃ for control terminal wiring.

Ground Cable and Power Cable Specifications

Load (kW)

Ground Power I/O
mm2 AWG mm2 AWG
R/S/T U/V/W R/S/T U/V/W

Single Phase
200V

0.1
0.2 3.5 12 2 2 14 14
0.4
0.75
1.5
3.5 12 3.5 3.5 12 12
2.2

Signal (Control) Cable Specifications

Terminal

Signal Cable
Without Crimp Terminal Connectors
(Bare wire)

With Crimp Terminal Connectors
(Bootlace Ferrule)
mm2 AWG mm2 AWG

P1~P5/CM/VR/V1/I2/
AO/Q1/EG/241) 0.75 18 0.5 20
A1/B1/C1/A2/C21) 1.0 17 1.5 15
1) There are no P4, P5, I2, A2, and C2 terminals on the standard I/O, and there are no Q1 and EG terminals on
the Advanced I/O. For more details, refer to 2.2 Cable Wiring Step 4 Control Terminal Wiring on page 24.

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2 Installing the Inverter
This chapter describes the physical and electrical installation methods, including mounting and wiring
of the product. Refer to the flowchart and basic configuration diagram provided below to understand
the procedures and installation methods to be followed to install the product correctly.

Installation Flowchart
The flowchart lists the sequence to be followed during installation. The steps cover equipment
installation and testing of the product. More information on each step is referenced in the steps.

Basic Configuration Diagram
The reference diagram below shows a typical system configuration showing the inverter and
peripheral devices.
Prior to installing the inverter, ensure that the product is suitable for the application (power rating,
capacity, etc). Ensure that all of the required peripherals and optional devices (resistor brakes,
contactors, noise filters, etc.) are available. For more details on peripheral devices, refer to 0 Unit:
mm (inches)
Peripheral Devices on page 239.

• Figures in this manual are shown with covers or circuit breakers removed to show a more detailed view
of the installation arrangements. Install covers and circuit breakers before operating the inverter.
Operate the product according to the instructions in this manual.
• Do not start or stop the inverter using a magnetic contactor, installed on the input power supply.
• If the inverter is damaged and loses control, the machine may cause a dangerous situation. Install an
additional safety device such as an emergency brake to prevent these situations.
• High levels of current draw during power-on can affect the system. Ensure that correctly rated circuit
breakers are installed to operate safely during power-on situations.
• Reactors can be installed to improve the power factor. Note that reactors may be installed within 30 ft
(9.14 m) from the power source if the input power is 10 times over the inverter’s power. Refer to 12.5
Fuse and Reactor Specifications on page 239 and carefully select a reactor that meets the equipment.

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2.1 Mounting the Inverter
Mount the inverter on a wall or inside a panel following the procedures provided below. Before
installation, ensure that there is sufficient space to meet the clearance specifications, and that there are
no obstacles impeding the cooling fan’s air flow.
Select a wall or panel suitable to support the installation. Refer to 12.3 External Dimensions (IP 20
Type) on page 237 and check the inverter’s mounting bracket dimensions.

1 Use a level to draw a horizontal line on the mounting surface, and then carefully mark the fixing
points
2 Drill the two upper mounting bolt holes, and then install the mounting bolts. Do not fully tighten
the bolts at this time. Fully tighten the mounting bolts after the inverter has been mounted.

3 Mount the inverter on the wall or inside a panel using the two upper bolts, and then fully tighten
the mounting bolts. Ensure that the inverter is placed flat on the mounting surface, and that the
installation surface can securely support the weight of the inverter.

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Note
The quantity and dimensions of the mounting brackets vary based on frame size. Refer to 12.3 External
Dimensions (IP 20 Type) on page 237 for detailed information about your model.

• Do not transport the inverter by lifting with the inverter’s covers or plastic surfaces. The inverter may
tip over if covers break, causing injuries or damage to the product. Always support the inverter using
the metal frames when moving it.
• Use an appropriate transport method that is suitable for the weight.
• Do not install the inverter on the floor or mount it sideways against a wall. The inverter MUST be
installed vertically, on a wall or inside a panel, with its rear flat on the mounting surface.

2.2 Cable Wiring
Remove the control terminal cover, and then install the ground connection as specified. Complete the
cable connections by connecting an appropriately rated cable to the terminals on the power and
control terminal blocks.

• Install the inverter before carrying out wiring connections.
• Ensure that no small metal debris, such as wire cut-offs, remain inside the inverter. Metal debris in the
inverter may cause inverter failure.
• Tighten terminal screws to their specified torque. Loose terminal block screws may allow the cables to
disconnect and cause short circuit or inverter failure. Refer to 12.6 Terminal Screw Specification on
page 240 for torque specifications.
• Do not place heavy objects on top of electric cables. Heavy objects may damage the cable and result in
electric shock.
• The inverter’s power is supplied by the supply grounding system. The TT, TN, IT, and corner-grounded
systems are not suitable for this inverter.
• The inverter may generate direct current to the inverter’s protective ground cable. Only type B Residual
Current Devices (RCD) or Residual Current Monitors (RCM) can be installed.
• Use cables with the largest cross-sectional area, appropriate for power terminal wiring, to ensure that
voltage drop does not exceed 2%.
• Use copper cables rated at 600V, 75℃ for power terminal wiring.
• Use copper cables rated at 300V, 75℃ for control terminal wiring.
• Connect the control terminals separately from the power terminal wiring or high potential circuit (200
V relay sequence circuit).
• Ensure that there are no control terminal shorts or improper wiring. Control terminal shorts or improper
wiring may damage the inverter or cause malfunction.
• Use a shielded cable while making wiring connections at the control terminal. Unshielded cables may
cause the inverter to malfunction due to interference. Use an STP cable if ground connections must be
installed.
• If you need to re-wire the terminals due to wiring-related faults, ensure that the inverter keypad display
is turned off and the charge lamp under the front cover is off before working on wiring connections.
The inverter may hold a high voltage electric charge long after the power supply has been turned off.

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Step1 Front Cover, Control Terminal Cover and Cable Guide

The front cover must be removed to install cables.
1 Slide the front cover downward while pressing and holding the upper-center part of the cover.

2 Remove the cover by lifting it upward from the bottom and moving it away from the front of the
inverter.

Note
If you have installed the remote keypad, remove the plastic cover under the lower-right part of the control
terminal cover, and then connect the remote keypad signal to the RJ-45 connector.

Step 2 Ground Connection

Remove the control terminal cover, and then follow the instructions below to install the ground
connection for the inverter.
3 Locate the ground terminal and connect an appropriately rated ground cable to the terminals.
Refer to 1.5 Cable Selection on page11 to find the appropriate cable specification for your
installation.

4 Connect the other ends of the ground cables to the supply earth (ground) terminal.

Note
Class 3 grounding is required. Resistance to ground must be < 100Ω.

Install ground connections for the inverter and the motor by following the correct specifications to ensure
safe and accurate operation. Using the inverter and the motor without the specified grounding connections
may result in electric shock.

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Step3 Power Terminal Wiring
The following illustration shows the terminal layout on the power terminal block. Refer to the
detailed descriptions to understand the function and location of each terminal before making wiring
connections. Ensure that the cables selected meet or exceed the specifications in 1.5 Cable Selection
on page11 before installing them.

• Tighten terminal screws to their specified torque. Loose terminal screws may allow the cables to
disconnect and cause short circuit or inverter failure. Over tightening terminal screws may damage the
terminals and cause short circuits and malfunctions.
• Use copper cables rated for 600V, 75℃ for power terminal wiring.
• Use copper cables rated for 300V, 75℃ for control terminal wiring.
• When making wiring connections at the power terminals, do not make a bi-wired connection to a
single terminal.
• Power supply cables must be connected to the R and T terminals. Connecting power cables to the U,
V, and W terminals will cause internal damage to the inverter. Connect motors to the U, V, and W
terminals. Phase sequence arrangement is not necessary.

• Appliquer des couples de marche aux vis des bornes. Des vis desserrées peuvent provoquer des
courts-circuits et des dysfonctionnements. Ne pas trop serrer la vis, car cela risqué
d’endommager les bornes et de provoquer des courts-circuits et des dysfonctionnements. Utiliser
uniquement des fils de cuivre avec une valeur nominale de 600 V, 75 ℃ pour le câblage de la
borne d’alimentation, et une valeur nominale de 300 V, 75 ℃ pour le câblage de la borne de
commande.
• Ne jamais connecter deux câbles à une borne lors du câblage de l'alimentation.
• Les câblages de l’alimentation électrique doivent être connectés aux bornes R, T. Leur connexion
aux bornes U, V et W provoque des dommages internes à l’onduleur. Le moteur doit être
raccordé aux bornes U, V et W. L’arrangement de l’ordre de phase n’est pas nécessaire.

0.1~0.2 kW (Single Phase)

0.4–0.75 kW (Single Phase)

1.5-2.2 kW (Single Phase)

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Power Terminal Labels and Descriptions
Terminal Labels Name Description
R/T AC power input terminal Mains supply AC power connections.
B1/B2(1.5kW~2.2kW) Brake resistor terminals Brake resistor wiring connection.
U/V/W Motor output terminals 3-phase induction motor wiring connections.

Note
• Use STP (Shielded Twisted Pair) cables to connect a remotely located motor with the inverter. Do
not use 3 core cables.
• Ensure that the total cable length does not exceed 165ft (50m).
• Long cable runs can cause reduced motor torque in low frequency applications due to voltage drop.
Long cable runs also increase a circuit’s susceptibility to stray capacitance and may trigger over-
current protection devices or result in malfunction of equipment connected to the inverter.
• Voltage drop is calculated by using the following formula:
Voltage Drop (V) = [√3 X cable resistance (mΩ/m) X cable length (m) X current(A)] / 1000
• Use cables with the largest possible cross-sectional area to ensure that voltage drop is minimized over
long cable runs. Lowering the carrier frequency and installing a micro surge filter may also help to
reduce voltage drop.

Distance < 165 ft (50 m) < 330 ft (100 m) > 330 ft (100 m)
Allowed Carrier Frequency < 15 kHz < 5 kHz < 2.5 kHz

Do not connect power to the inverter until installation has been fully completed and the inverter is ready to
be operated. Doing so may result in electric shock.

• Power supply cables must be connected to the R and T terminals. Connecting power cables to other
terminals will damage the inverter.
• Use insulated ring lugs when connecting cables to R/T and U/V/W terminals.
• The inverter’s power terminal connections can cause harmonics that may interfere with other
communication devices located near to the inverter. To reduce interference the installation of noise
filters or line filters may be required.
• To avoid circuit interruption or damaging connected equipment, do not install phase-advanced
condensers, surge protection, or electronic noise filters on the output side of the inverter.
• To avoid circuit interruption or damaging connected equipment, do not install magnetic contactors on
the output side of the inverter.

Step 4 Control Terminal Wiring
The illustrations below show the detailed layout of control wiring terminals, and control board
switches. Refer to the detailed information provided below and 1.5 Cable Selection on page 11 before
installing control terminal wiring and ensure that the cables used meet the required specifications.

<Standard I/O>

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<Advanced I/O>

Control Board Switches
Switch Description
SW1 NPN/PNP mode selection switch
SW2(Advanced I/O) Analog voltage/current input terminal (I2) selection switch
SW3(Advanced I/O) Terminating resistor selection switch

Connectors
Connector Description
Connector Connection of the remote keypad, Smart Copier, or RS 485 communication
(Advanced IO)

P1
P2
P3

CM

VR
V1
CM

AO

P24

Q1
EG

C1
A1
B1

NPN PNP

SW1

AO

RJ45
Remote

다기능 입력

아날로그 입력

아날로그 출력

24V전원

오픈 콜렉터 출력

릴레이 출력

<Standard I/O>

P1
P2
P3
P4
P5

CM

VR
V1
CM
I2

AO

NPN PNP P24

SW1

V I

SW2

RJ45
Remote/
485Com

ON OFF

SW3

종단저항

아날로그입력

다기능 입력

C1
A1
B1

C2
A2

아날로그 입력

아날로그 출력

24V전원

릴레이 출력

릴레이 출력

<Advanced I/O>

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Input Terminal Labels and Descriptions
Function Label Name Description

Multi-
function
terminal
configuration

P1–P5 Multi-function
Input 1–5

Configurable for multi-function input terminals. Factory
default terminals and setup are as follows:
• P1: Fx
• P2: Rx
• P3: Emergency stop trip
• P4: Fault reset (RESET)
• P5: Jog operation command (JOG)
(P1–P3 are available for standard I/O.)

CM Common
Sequence

Common terminal for analog terminal inputs and
outputs.

Analog input
configuration

VR

Potentiometer
frequency
reference input

Used to setup or modify a frequency reference via
analog voltage or current input.
• Maximum Voltage Output: 12V
• Maximum Current Output: 100mA,
• Potentiometer: 1–5kΩ

V1

Voltage input for
frequency
reference input

Used to setup or modify a frequency reference via
analog voltage input terminal.
• Unipolar: 0–10V (12V Max.)

I2
(Advanced
I/O)

Voltage/current
input for
frequency
reference input

Used to setup or modify a frequency reference via analog
voltage or current input terminals.
Switch between voltage (V2) and current (I2) modes
using a control board switch (SW2).
V Mode :
• Unipolar: 0–10 V (12 V Max.)
I Mode :
• Input current : 4–20 mA

Output/Communication Terminal Labels and Descriptions
Function Label Name Description

Analog output AO Voltage Output

Used to send inverter output information to external
devices: output frequency, output current, output
voltage, or a DC voltage.
• Output voltage: 0–10 V
• Maximum output voltage/current: 10 V, 10 mA
• Factory default output: Output frequency

Digital output

Q1
(Standard
I/O)

Multi-functional
(open collector) DC 26 V, 100 mA or less

EG
(Standard
I/O)

Common Common ground contact for an open collector (with
external power source)
24 External 24 V

power source Maximum output current: 50 mA

A1/C1/B1 Fault signal output

Sends out alarm signals when the inverter’s safety
features are activated (AC 250V <1A, DC 30V < 1A).
• Fault condition: A1 and C1 contacts are connected
(B1 and C1 open connection)
• Normal operation: B1 and C1 contacts are connected
(A1 and C1 open connection)

A2/C2
(Advanced
I/O)

Fault signal output

Sends out alarm signals when the inverter’s safety
features are activated (AC 250V <1A, DC 30V < 1A).
• Fault condition: A2 and C2 contacts are connected
• Normal operation: A2 and C2 contacts are open
connection

Communication RJ45

Remote keypad
signal line

Used to send or receive the remote keypad (optional)
signals.

RS-485 signal line
(Advanced I/O)

Used to send or receive RS-485 signals. Refer to 8 RS-
485 Communication Features on page 171.

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Preinsulated Crimp Terminal Connectors (Bootlace Ferrule)
Use preinsulated crimp terminal connectors to increase reliability of the control terminal wiring. Refer
to the specifications below to determine the crimp terminals to fit various cable sizes.

P/N Cable Spec. Dimensions (inches/mm) Manufacturer
AWG mm2 L* P d1 D
CE002506
26 0.25 0.41/10.4 0.24 / 6.0 0.04 / 1.1 0.10/2.5 JEONO
(Jeono Electric,
http://www.jeono.com/)

CE002508 0.49/12.4 0.32 / 8.0
CE005006 22 0.50 0.47/12.0 0.24 / 6.0 0.05 / 1.3 0.125/3.2
CE007506 20 0.75 0.47/12.0 0.24 / 6.0 0.06 / 1.5 0.13/3.4
* If the length (L) of the crimp terminals exceeds 0.5” (12.7mm) after wiring, the control terminal cover may not
close fully.

To connect cables to the control terminals without using crimp terminals, refer to the following
illustration detailing the correct length of exposed conductor at the end of the control cable.

Ensure that there is no debris entered inside the inverter.

Step 5 PNP/NPN Mode Selection
The M100 inverter supports both PNP (Source) and NPN (Sink) modes for sequence inputs at the
terminal. Select an appropriate mode to suit requirements using the PNP/NPN selection switch (SW1)
on the control board. Refer to the following information for detailed applications.

Note
• While making wiring connections at the control terminals, ensure that the total cable length does not
exceed 165ft (50m).
• Ensure that the length of any safety related wiring does not exceed 100 ft (30 m).
• Ensure that the cable length between a remote keypad and the inverter does not exceed 1 0ft (3.04 m).
Cable connections longer than 10 ft (3.04 m) may cause signal errors.
• Use ferrite material to protect signal cables from electro-magnetic interference.
• Take care when supporting cables using cable ties, to apply the cable ties no closer than 6 inches from
the inverter. This provides sufficient access to fully close the front cover.
• When making control terminal cable connections, use a small flat-tip screw driver (0.1in wide
(2.5mm) and 0.015in thick (0.4mm) at the tip).

When making control terminal cable connections, ensure that the inverter’s power is turned off.

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PNP Mode (Source)
Select PNP using the PNP/NPN selection switch (SW1). Note that the factory default setting is NPN
mode. CM is the common ground terminal for all analog inputs at the terminal, and P24 is 24V
internal source. If you are using an external 24V source, build a circuit that connects the external
source (-) and the CM terminal.

NPN PNP

NPN Mode (Sink)
Select NPN using the PNP/NPN selection switch (SW1). CM is the common ground terminal for all
analog inputs at the terminal, and P24 is 24V internal source.

NPN PNP

Step 6 Disabling the EMC Filter for Power Sources with Asymmetrical Grounding

An EMC filter prevents electromagnetic interference by reducing radio emissions from the inverter.
EMC filter use is not always recommended, as it increases leakage current. If an inverter uses a power
source with an asymmetrical grounding connection, the EMC filter MUST be turned off.
Asymmetrical Grounding Connection

One phase
of a delta
connection
is
grounded

Intermediate
grounding
point on one
phase of a
delta
connection

The end of
a single
phase is
grounded

A 3-phase
connection
without
grounding

• Do not activate the EMC filter if the inverter uses a power source with an asymmetrical grounding
structure, for example a grounded delta connection. Personal injury or death by electric shock may
result.
• Wait at least 10 minutes before opening the covers and exposing the terminal connections. Before
starting work on the inverter, test the connections to ensure all DC voltage has been fully discharged.
Personal injury or death by electric shock may result.

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Before using the inverter, confirm the power supply’s grounding system. Disable the EMC filter if the
power source has an asymmetrical grounding connection. Check the location of the EMC filter on/off
screw and attach the plastic washer to the screw under the control terminal block.

Step 7 Re-assembling the Cover

Re-assemble the cover after completing the wiring and basic configuration.

2.3 Post-Installation Checklist
After completing the installation, check the items in the following table to make sure that the inverter
has been safely and correctly installed.
Items Check Point Result
Installation
Location/Power
I/O Verification

Is the installation location appropriate?
Does the environment meet the inverter’s operating conditions?
Does the power source match the inverter’s rated input?
Is the inverter’s rated output sufficient to supply the equipment?

Power Terminal
Wiring

Is a circuit breaker installed on the input side of the inverter?
Is the circuit breaker correctly rated?
Are the power source cables correctly connected to the R/S/T
terminals of the inverter?
(Caution: connecting the power source to the U/V/W terminals
may damage the inverter.)

Are the motor output cables connected in the correct phase
rotation (U/V/W)?
(Caution: motors will rotate in reverse direction if three phase
cables are not wired in the correct rotation.)

Are the cables used in the power terminal connections correctly
rated?
Is the inverter grounded correctly?
Are the power terminal screws and the ground terminal screws
tightened to their specified torques?
Are the overload protection circuits installed correctly on the
motors (if multiple motors are run using one inverter)?
Is the inverter separated from the power source by a magnetic
contactor (if a braking resistor is in use)?
Are advanced-phase capacitors, surge protection and
electromagnetic interference filters installed correctly?
(These devices MUST not be installed on the output side of the
inverter.)

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Items Check Point Result

Control Terminal
Wiring

Are STP (shielded twisted pair) cables used for control terminal
wiring?
Is the shielding of the STP wiring properly grounded?
If 3-wire operation is required, are the multi-function input
terminals defined prior to the installation of the control wiring
connections?

Are the control cables properly wired?
Are the control terminal screws tightened to their specified
torques?
Is the total cable length of all control wiring < 165 ft (100 m)?
Is the total length of safety wiring < 100 ft (30 m)?

Miscellaneous

Are optional cards connected correctly?
Is there any debris left inside the inverter?
Are any cables contacting adjacent terminals, creating a potential
short circuit risk?
Are the control terminal connections separated from the power
terminal connections?
Have the capacitors been replaced if they have been in use for >
2 years?
Has the fan been replaced if it has been in use for > 3 years?
Has a fuse been installed for the power source?
Are the connections to the motor separated from other
connections?

Note
STP (Shielded Twisted Pair) cable has a highly conductive, shielded screen around twisted cable pairs. STP
cables protect conductors from electromagnetic interference.

2.4 Test Run
After the post-installation checklist has been completed, follow the instructions below to test the
inverter.

1 Turn on the power supply to the inverter. Ensure that the keypad display light is on.
2 Select the command source.
3 Set a frequency reference, and then check the following:
• If V1 is selected as the frequency reference source, does the reference change according to the
input voltage at VR?
• If I2 (V)1) is selected as the frequency reference source, is the voltage/current selector switch
(SW2) 1) set to voltage??
• If I2 (V) 1) is selected as the frequency reference source, does the reference change according
to the input voltage at VR?
• If I2 (I) 1) is selected as the frequency reference source, is the voltage/current selector switch
(SW2) 1) set to current?
• If I2 (I) 1) is selected as the frequency reference source, does the reference change according to
the input current?
4 Set the acceleration and deceleration time.
5 Start the motor and check the following:
• Ensure that the motor rotates in the correct direction (refer to the note below).
• Ensure that the motor accelerates and decelerates according to the set times, and that the
motor speed reaches the frequency reference.

1) Available only for models equipped with advanced I/O.

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Verifying the Motor Rotation
1 On the keypad, set the drv (Frequency reference source) code in the Operation group to 0
(Keypad).
2 Set a frequency reference.
3 Press the [RUN] key. Motor starts forward operation.
4 Observe the motor’s rotation from the load side and ensure that the motor rotates
counterclockwise (forward).

• Check the parameter settings before running the inverter. Parameter settings may have to be adjusted
depending on the load.
• To avoid damaging the inverter, do not supply the inverter with an input voltage that exceeds the rated
voltage for the equipment.
• Before running the motor at maximum speed, confirm the motor’s rated capacity. As inverters can be
used to easily increase motor speed, use caution to ensure that motor speeds do not accidently exceed
the motor’s rated capacity.

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3 Learning to Perform Basic Operations
This chapter describes the keypad layout and functions. It also introduces parameter groups and codes,
required to perform basic operations. The chapter also outlines the correct operation of the inverter
before advancing to more complex applications. Examples are provided to demonstrate how the
inverter actually operates.

3.1 About the Keypad
The keypad is composed of two main components – the display and the operation (input) keys. Refer
to the following illustration to identify part names and functions.

About the Display
The following table lists display part names and their functions.
No. Name Function
❶ 7-Segment Display Displays current operational status and parameter

information.
❷ SET Indicator LED flashes during parameter configuration.
❸ RUN Indicator LED turns on (steady) during an operation, and flashes

during acceleration or deceleration.
❹ FWD Indicator LED turns on (steady) during forward operation.
❺ REV Indicator LED turns on (steady) during reverse operation.

The table below lists the way that the keypad displays characters (letters and numbers).
Display Number/

character Display

Number/
character Display

Number/
character Display

Number/
character
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 0 (bit)

7 H R 1 (bit)

8 I S - -

9 J T - -_

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Operation Keys
The following table lists the names and functions of the keypad’s operation keys.
Key Name Description

[RUN] key Used to run the inverter (inputs a RUN command).

[STOP/RESET]
key

STOP: stops the inverter.
RESET: resets the inverter following fault or failure condition.

[▲] key, [▼] key Switch between codes, or to increase or decrease parameter
values.

[MODE/SHIFT]
key

Switch between groups, or to move the cursor during
parameter setup or modification.

[ENTER] key

Used to enter the parameter setting mode, apply the set
parameter, and enter the operation information screen from the
fault notice screen when a fault occurs.

[Volume] key Used to set the operation frequency.

_

Control Menu
The M100 inverter control menu uses the following groups.
Group Display Description
Operation
- Configures basic parameters for inverter operation.
Drive
(Drive)

Configures parameters for basic operations. These include jog
operation, torque boost, and other parameters.

Basic
(Basic)

Configures basic parameters, including motor-related
parameters and multi-step frequencies.

Advanced
(Advanced)

Configure acceleration or deceleration patterns and to setup
frequency limits.

Control
(Control)

Configures functions such as carrier frequency or speed
search.

Input Terminal
(Input)

Configures input terminal–related features, including digital
multi–functional inputs and analog inputs.

Output Terminal
(Output)

Configures output terminal–related features such as relays and
analog outputs.

Communication
(Communication)

Configures communication features for RS-485 or other
communication options.
※Available only for models equipped with advanced I/O.

Application
(Application) Configures PID control–related sequences and operations.
Protection
(Protection) Configures motor or inverter protection features.
Secondary Motor
(2nd Motor)

Configures secondary motor related features.
※The secondary motor (M2) group appears on the keypad only
when one of the multi-function input terminals (standard I/O
model: In65-67, advanced I/O model: In65-69) has been set to
12 (Secondary motor).

Configuration
(Configuration) Configures various features such as parameter setting,

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3.2 Learning to Use the Keypad

Group Selection
※ Groups, except the Operation group, are not displayed on the group list and not accessible as
factory default to prevent parameter input error. To display and access all groups, go to the OGr code
in the Operation group and set the parameter to 1.
You can move between groups in only one direction.
Step Instruction Keypad Display

1

• ‘0.00’1), the initial code of the Operation group, is displayed when the
inverter is turned on.
• Press the [MODE] key.
2 • ‘dr 0’, the initial code of the Drive (dr) group, is displayed.
• Press the [MODE] key.
3 • ‘bA 0’, the initial code of the Basic (bA) group, is displayed.
• Press the [MODE] key.
4 • ‘Ad 0’, the initial code of the Advanced (Ad) group, is displayed.
• Press the [MODE] key.
5 • ‘Cn 0’, the initial code of the Control (Cn) group, is displayed.
• Press the [MODE] key.
6 • ‘In 0’, the initial code of the Input Terminal, is displayed.
• Press the [MODE] key.
7 • ‘OU 0’, the initial code of the Output Terminal, is displayed.
• Press the [MODE] key.

8

• ‘CM 0’, the initial code of the Communication group (CM) is displayed.
• Press the [MODE] key.
※ Available only for models equipped with advanced I/O.

Step Instruction Keypad Display
9 • ‘AP 0’, the initial code of the Application (AP) group, is displayed.
• Press the [MODE] key.
10 • ‘Pr 0’, the initial code of the Protection (Pr) group, is displayed.
• Press the [MODE] key.

11

• ‘M2-0’, the initial code of the Secondary Motor group, is displayed.
• Press the [MODE] key.
※This group is available when the secondary motor function is enabled.
※To enable the secondary motor function, set one of the multi-function input
terminal’s codes (standard I/O model: In 65-67, advanced I/O model: In 65-69)
to I2 (2nd Motor).

12 • ‘CF 0’, the initial code of the Configuration (CF) group, is displayed.
• Press the [MODE] key.
13 • Press the [MODE] key at the Configuration group, and then ‘0.00’ (the
initial code of the Operation group) will be displayed.
1) You can set reference frequencies at the initial code of the Operation group. The initial code is set to 0.00 as
factory default. After you set the frequency reference, the set value will be displayed.

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Code Selection
Follow the example below to learn how to switch between codes. This example applies to all groups
whenever you would like to switch to a specific code number.

Step Instruction Keypad Display
1 • ‘0.00’, the initial code of the Operation group, is displayed.
• Press the [] key.
2 • ‘ACC’, the second code of the Operation group, will be displayed.
• Press the [] key.
3 • ‘dEC’, the third code of the Operation group, will be displayed.
• Press the [] key.
4 • ‘OGr,’ the last code of the Operation group will be displayed.
• Press the [] key again.
5 The initial code ‘0.00’ will be displayed again.

Note
Press the [] key to switch between codes in the opposite direction.
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Navigating Directly to Different Codes
The following example details navigating to code Ad12, from the initial code in the Advanced group
(Ad 0). This example applies to all groups whenever you would like to navigate to a specific code
number.

Step Instruction Keypad Display
1 • ‘Ad 0’, the initial code of the Advanced (Ad) group, is displayed.
• Press the [ENT] key.

2

• The code often used for the group will be displayed as default. For
example, ‘24’ is displayed as a default code of the Ad group.
• The first digit will be flashing. This indicates the flashing value is ready to
be modified. Press the [] key to set the first digit to ‘2’.

3

• Press the [MODE] key. The cursor will move to the left and the tenth digit
will be flashing.
• Press the [] key to change ‘2’ to ‘1’.
4 • The code destination ‘12’ will be displayed.
• Press the [ENT] key.
5 The 12th code of the Advanced (Ad) group will be displayed.

Note
This example applies to all groups except the Operation group.

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Switching to a Different Code
The following example details switching to code Ad 12 from Ad 1. This example applies to all groups
whenever you would like to switch to a specific code number.

Step Instruction Keypad Display
1 • The 1st code of the Advanced (Ad) group, is displayed.
• Press the [ENT] key until Ad12 is displayed.

2 The 12th code of the Advanced (Ad) group will be displayed.

Note
In some instances, the code number increases or decreases by more than 1 when you press the [] or
[] key, as some codes have no assigned function or may not be accessible. This is when a new function
is required to be assigned. Refer to 9 Table of Functions on page 189 for more information.

Example) When you switch the code of the Advanced group while the Ad24 (Frequency upper/lower
limit options) code is set to 0 (No), the Ad25 (Frequency upper limit) and Ad26 (Frequency lower
limit) codes are not accessible.
When the Ad24 code is set to 1 (Yes), the Ad25 and Ad26 codes are accessible.

Setting Parameter Values
Enable or disable features by setting or modifying parameter values for different codes. Directly enter
setting values, such as frequency references, supply voltages, and motor speeds. Follow the
instructions below to learn to set or modify parameter values.
Step Instruction Keypad Display

1

• Select the group and code to setup and modify parameter settings, and
then press the [ENT] key.
• Each digit of the parameter value will be flashing. This indicates the
flashing values are ready to be modified.

2 Press the [] or [] key to move the cursor to the number that you would
like to modify and then press the [MODE] key.

3

• The parameter value will flash on the display.
• Press the [ENT] key.

4 Press the [ENT] key again to save the change.

Note
A flashing number on the display indicates that the keypad is waiting for an input from the user. Changes
will be saved when the [ENT] key is pressed while the number is flashing. The setting change will be
canceled if you press any other key.

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3.3 Actual Application Examples

Acceleration Time Configuration
The following is an example demonstrating how to modify the ACC (Acceleration time) code value
(from 5.0 to 16.0) from the Operation group.

Step Instruction Keypad Display
1 • The initial code of the Operation group is displayed.
• Press the [] key.

2

• ACC (acceleration time), the second code of the Operation group, will be
displayed.
• Press the [ENT] key.
3 • ‘5.0’ will be displayed and ‘0’ will be flashing.
• Press the [MODE] key.

4

• ‘5’ will be flashing. This indicates the flashing value ‘5’ is ready to be
modified.
• Press the [] key.
5 • The parameter value is set to ‘6.0’.
• Press the [MODE] key.
6 • ‘0’ is displayed as the first digit and will be flashing.
• Press the [] key.

7

• ‘16.0 ‘ will be displayed.
• ‘16.0’ will be flashing1).
• Press the [ENT] key.
• Press the [ENT] key again.

8 ACC will be displayed and the acceleration time is set to ‘16.0’.

1) You can cancel setting the parameter by pressing any key except the [ENT] key while ‘16.0’ is flashing.

Frequency Reference Configuration
The following is an example to demonstrate configuring a frequency reference of 30.05 (Hz) from the
first code in the Operation group (0.00).

Step Instruction Keypad Display
1 • The initial code of the Operation group is displayed.
• Press the [ENT] key.
2 • The digit in the second decimal place becomes editable.
• Press the [] key until the digit in the second decimal place reaches ‘5’.
3 Press the [MODE] key.

4 • The cursor is moved to the left.
• Press the [MODE] key.
5 Press the [MODE] key.

6 Press the [] key to set the first digit to ‘3’.

7 • Press the [ENT] key.
• ‘30.05’ will flash.
8

• Press the [ENT] key.
• The value will stop flashing. This indicates that the frequency reference is
set to ‘30.05’.

Note
The M100 inverter keypad display can display up to 4 digits. However, 5-digit figures can be used and
are accessed by pressing the [MODE] key, to allow keypad input.
In step 7, you can cancel setting the parameter by pressing any key except the [ENT] key while ’30.05’ is
flashing.

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Frequency Setting
The following is an example demonstrating how to modify the Ad 27 code value (from 0 to 1) from
the Advanced group.

Step Instruction Keypad Display
1 • ‘Ad 0’, the initial code of the Advanced group, is displayed.
• Press the [ENT] key.
2 • The code value ‘24’ will be displayed.
• Press the [] key until the first digit reaches ‘7’.
3 • The code value ‘27’ will be displayed.
• Press the [ENT] key.
4 • ‘Ad27’ will be displayed.
• Press the [ENT] key.
5 • The 27th code value ‘0’ is displayed.
• Press the [] key until the code value reaches ‘1’.
6 Press the [ENT] key.

7 The code value ‘1’ will flash and then the ‘Ad 27’ code will be displayed.

Initializing All Parameters
The following example demonstrates parameter initialization using the 93rd code (CF 93) of the
Configuration group. Once executed, parameter initialization will delete all modified values for all
codes and groups.

Step Instruction Keypad Display
1 • The initial code of the Configuration (CF) group is displayed
• Press the [ENT] key.
2 • The current value (‘1’) will be displayed.
• Press the [] key until ‘3’ is displayed.
3 • The code value ‘3’ will be displayed.
• Press the [MODE] key.
4

• ‘0’ will be displayed as the first digit and will be flashing. This indicates
the first digit is ready to be modified.
• Press the [] key until ‘9’ is displayed.
5 • ’93’ will be displayed.
• Press the [ENT] key.
6 • ‘CF93’ will be displayed.
• Press the [ENT] key.
7 • The parameter initialization will be in progress.
• Press the [] key
8 Press the [ENT] key. After the code value flashes, press the [ENT] key again.

9 The code number is displayed again after the initialization is complete.

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Frequency Setting (Keypad) and Operation (via Terminal Input)
Step Instruction Keypad Display
1 Turn on the inverter. -
2 • Ensure that ‘0.00’ is displayed.
• Press the [ENT] key.
3 • ‘0’, the last digit of ‘0.00’, will be flashing.
• Press the [MODE] key three times.
4 • ‘00.00’ will be displayed and its first digit will be flashing.
• Press the [] key.
5 • Ensure that ‘10.00’ is displayed and then press the [ENT] key.
• When ‘10.00’ starts flashing, press the [ENT] key.

6

• When the frequency reference is set to 10.00 Hz, ‘10.00’ stops flashing.
• Turn ON the switch located between the P1 (FX) terminal and CM
terminal. Refer to the Wiring Diagram below the table for information
about the switch.

7

• The RUN indicator light next to the inverter display will flash, the FWD
indicator will comes on steady. The current acceleration frequency is
displayed.
• When the frequency reference reaches (10 Hz), the display and indicator
appear as shown in the image on the right.
• Turn OFF the switch located between the P1 (FX) terminal and CM
terminal.

8

• The RUN indicator light next to the inverter display will flash again and
the current deceleration frequency is displayed.
• When frequency reference reaches 0 Hz, the RUN and FWD indicator
lights turn off, and the frequency reference (10.00 Hz) is displayed again.

M

R
T

U
V
W

G

P1(FX)
CM

주파수
P1(FX)-CM ON OFF

10 Hz

[Wiring Diagram] [Operation Pattern]

The instructions in the table are based on the factory default parameter settings. The inverter may not work
correctly if the default parameter settings are changed after the inverter is purchased. In such cases,
initialize all parameters to reset the values to factory default parameter settings before following the
instructions in the table (refer to 6.156.15 Parameter Initialization on page 136).

Frequency Setting (Potentiometer) and Operation (Terminal Input)
Step Instruction Keypad Display
1 Turn on the inverter. -
2 • Ensure that ‘0.00’ is displayed.
• Press the [] key four times.
3 • Ensure that the code is moved to Frq (Frequency reference source).
• Press the [ENT] key.
4 • The frequency reference source is set to 0 (Keypad).
• Press the [] key two times.
5 • The frequency reference source is set to 2 (Potentiometer).
• Press the [ENT] key.

6

• Press the [ENT] key while ‘2’ flashes.
• When the frequency reference source has been set to potentiometer, the
Frq code is displayed.
• Press the [] key four times to return to monitor the frequency setting
values.
• Adjust the potentiometer to increase or decrease the frequency reference to
10.00 Hz.

7

• The RUN indicator light next to the inverter display will flash, the FWD
indicator will comes on steady. The current acceleration frequency is
displayed.
• When the frequency reference reaches (10 Hz), the display and indicator
appear as shown in the image on the right.
• Turn OFF the switch located between the P1 (FX) terminal and CM
terminal.

8

• The RUN indicator light next to the inverter display will flash again and
the current deceleration frequency is displayed.
• When frequency reference reaches 0 Hz, the RUN and FWD indicator
lights turn off, and the frequency reference (10.00 Hz) is displayed again.

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M

R
T

U
V
W

G

P1(FX)
CM
VR
V1
CM

주파수
P1(FX)-CM ON OFF

10 Hz

[Wiring Diagram] [Operation Pattern]

The instructions in the table are based on the factory default parameter settings. The inverter may not work
correctly if the default parameter settings are changed after the inverter is purchased. In such cases,
initialize all parameters to reset the values to factory default parameter settings before following the
instructions in the table (refer to 6.15 Parameter Initialization on page 136).

Frequency Setting (Potentiometer) and Operation (Keypad)
Step Instruction Keypad Display
1 Turn on the inverter. -
2 • Ensure that the ‘0.00’ is displayed.
• Press the [] key 3 times.
3 • Ensure that the code is moved to drv (Command source).
• Press the [ENT] key.
4 • The command source is set to 1 (Inverter terminal).
• Press the [] key.
5 • Ensure that the code value ‘0’ is displayed and then press the [ENT] key.
• Press the [ENT] key once again when ‘0’ is flashing.
6

• When the frequency setting is changed to the [RUN] key of the keypad, the
drv code will be displayed.
• Press the [] key.
7 • Ensure that the code is moved to Frq (Frequency reference source).
• Press the [ENT] key.
8 • The frequency reference source is set to 0 (Keypad).
• Press the [] key 2 times.

Step Instruction Keypad Display

9

• Ensure that the frequency reference source is set to 2 (Potentiometer), and
then press the [ENT] key.
• Press the [ENT] key once again while ‘2’ is flashing.

10

• When the frequency reference source has been set to keypad volume, the
Frq code is displayed.
• Press the [] key four times to return to monitor the frequency setting
values.
• Adjust the potentiometer to increase or decrease the frequency reference to
10.00 Hz.

11

• Press the [RUN] key.
• The RUN indicator light next to the inverter display will flash, the FWD
indicator will comes on steady. The current acceleration frequency is
displayed.
• When the frequency reference reaches (10 Hz), the display and indicator
appear as shown in the image on the right.
• Press the [STOP/RST] key.

12

• The RUN indicator light next to the inverter display will flash again and the
current deceleration frequency is displayed.
• When frequency reference reaches 0 Hz, the RUN and FWD indicator
lights turn off, and the frequency reference (10.00 Hz) is displayed again.

M

R
T

U
V
W

G

VR
V1
CM

키패드

주파수
RUN 키

10 Hz

STOP/RST 키

[Wiring Diagram] [Operation Pattern]

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The instructions in the table are based on the factory default parameter settings. The inverter may not work
correctly if the default parameter settings are changed after the inverter is purchased. In such cases,
initialize all parameters to reset the values to factory default parameter settings before following the
instructions in the table (refer to 6.156.15 Parameter Initialization on page 136).

3.4 Monitoring the Operation

Output Current Monitoring
The following example demonstrates how to monitor the output current in the Operation group using
the keypad.

Step Instruction Keypad Display

1

• Ensure that the first code of the Operation group is selected, and the code
30.00 (Command Frequency) is displayed.
• Press the [] or [] key until CUr is displayed.

2

• Ensure that the code is moved to CUr (Output current) for output current
monitoring.
• Press the [ENT] key.

Step Instruction Keypad Display
3 • The inverter output current (5.0 A) will be displayed
• Press the [ENT] key.
4 • The cursor will move to the left.
• Press the [MODE] key.

Note
You can use the dCL (DC link voltage monitor) and vOL (output voltage monitor) codes in the Operation
group in exactly the same way as shown in the example above, to monitor each function’s relevant
values.

Fault Trip Monitoring
The following example demonstrates how to monitor fault trip conditions in the Operation group
using the keypad.

Step Instruction Keypad Display
1 • The OCt code is displayed when an over current trip fault has occurred.
• Press the [ENT] key, and then press the [] or [] key.
2 • The operation frequency at the time of the fault (30.00 Hz) is displayed.
• Press the [] key.
3 • The output current at the time of the fault (5.0 A) is displayed.
• Press the [] key.

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Step Instruction Keypad Display

4

• The operation status at the time of the fault is displayed. ACC on the
display indicates that the fault occurred during acceleration.
• Press the [STOP/RESET)] key.
5 The fault condition is cleared and the nOn code is displayed.

Note
• You can use the dCL (DC link voltage monitor) and vOL (output voltage monitor) codes in the
Operation group in exactly the same way as shown in the example above, to monitor each function’s
relevant values.

• If multiple fault trips occur at the same time, a maximum of 3 fault trip records can be retrieved as
shown in the following example.

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4 Control Block Diagram

주파수
설정

운전 지령
설정

가속 및 감속 전압V/F

제어 PWM 전동기

4.1 Setting Frequency

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4.2 Setting Run Command

입력 단자대
기능그룹
In85

디지털 입력 필터

P1

P2

P3

P4

P5

입력 단자대
기능그룹
In65~69

다기능 단자의
정, 역방향 운전 지령
선택

입력 단자대
기능그룹
In65~69

3-Wire 운전

확장 기능 그룹
Ad9

정, 역방향 회전 금지

운전 그룹
drv

운전 지령 방법

키패드지령

1,2

정회전금지
역회전금지

정,역 회전

운전지령

0,1 17

0
1
2
3

통신지령

0
3

0
1
2

※ P4,P5 및 In68,In69,
RS-485통신은 Advanced
I/O 탑재 모델만 사용
가능합니다.

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4.3 Controlling Acc/Dec and V/F Voltage

운전 그룹
ACC
dEC

기본기능그룹
bA70~83

기본기능그룹
bA9

가감속 기준 주파수

가감속 시간

입력단자대 다단 가감속 시간

기능 그룹
In85

디지털 입력 필터

입력단자대
기능 그룹
In65~69

다기능 단자의
다단 가감속 선택

5,6,7

P1~P5

운전그룹
FrM

최대주파수

0

1

확장기능그룹
Ad1,Ad2

가감속 패턴

1 S자

0 리니어

확장기능그룹
Ad8

정지 방법 선택

0
1
2

직류 제동
프리런 정지

확장기능그룹
Ad14~17

직류제동
주파수, 제동량, 시간

확장기능그룹
Ad14~17

시동시 직류
제동

확장기능그룹
Ad20

드웰운전

Ad21

확장기능그룹
Ad25

주파수 상하한 선택

Ad26

0

1 ~ 7

운전지령

직류제동
제동량, 시간

드웰 주파수, 시간

기본기능그룹
bA7

V/F 패턴

0
1
2

2승저감

기본기능그룹
bA41~48

사용자 V/F 주파수, 전압

드라이브그룹
dr15

토크 부스트 선택

운전 그룹
Ftb

토크부스트량

0

1

rtb

자동

수동

리니어

사용자 V/F

운전 그룹
IOv

출력전압 조정

+

운전 그룹
MbF
dr19

기저, 시작 주파수

PWM

운전

정지

P1
P2
P3
P4
P5

설정주파수

드라이브그룹

※ P4,P5 및 In68,In69는
Advanced I/O 탑재 모델만
사용 가능합니다.

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5 Learning Basic Features
This chapter describes the basic features of the M100 inverter. Refer to the following sections to see
detailed descriptions for each basic feature.

5.1 Setting Frequency Reference
The M100 inverter provides several methods to setup and modify a frequency reference for an
operation. The keypad, analog inputs [e.g., voltage (V1) and current/voltage (I2)1) signals], or
RS-4851) communication can be used.
Group Code Name Parameter Setting Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit

Operation Frq

Frequency
reference
source

0

Digital Keypad digital frequency setting 1

0–10 0 -

1 Keypad digital frequency setting 2
2

Analog

V0 setting : 0 – 5 [V]
3 V1 terminal setting at the terminal
block : 0 –10 [V]
4 I2 ( I ) terminal setting at the terminal
block : 0–20 [mA]1)
5 I2 ( V) terminal setting at the terminal
block : 0–10 [V]1)
6 V0 setting + Terminal I2 ( I )1)
7 V0 setting + Terminal I2 ( V )1)
8 V0 setting + Terminal V1
9 RS-485 communication 1)
10 Up-down (Digital Volume) operation
1) Available only for models equipped with advanced I/O.

Keypad as the Source (KeyPad-1 setting)
You can modify the frequency reference by using the keypad and apply changes by pressing the
[ENT] key twice. To use the keypad as a frequency reference input source, go to the Frq (Frequency
reference source) code in the Operation group and change the parameter value to 0. Input the
frequency reference for an operation at the 0.00 (command frequency) code in the Operation group,
and then press the [ENT] key twice.
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit

Operation 0.00 Command frequency -

0.00 –
Max frq. 0.00 Hz
Frq Frequency reference source 0 0 – 10 0 -

Keypad as the Source (KeyPad-2 setting)
You can use the [▲] and [▼] keys to modify a frequency reference.
To use this as a second option, set the keypad as the source of the frequency by going to the Frq
(Frequency reference source) code in the Operation group and changing the parameter value to 1.
Press the [ENT] key and then press the [▲] or [▼] key to modify the frequency reference at the 0.00
(command frequency) code.
Group Code Name Parameter

Setting Setting Range

Initial
Value Unit

Operation

0.00 Command frequency - 0.00 –

Max frq. 0.00 Hz
Frq Frequency reference source 1 0 ~ 10 0 -

Built-in Volume input (V0) 0 – 5 [V] as the Source
You can modify the frequency reference by using the built-in volume (V0) dial. Go to the Frq
(Frequency reference source) code in the Operation group and change the parameter value to 2, and
then rotate the built-in volume (V0) dial. You can monitor the parameter setting of the frequency
reference at the 0.00 (command frequency) code in the Operation group.
Group Code Name Parameter

Setting Setting Range

Initial
Value Unit

Operation

0.00 Command frequency - 0.00 –Max frq. 0.00 Hz
Frq Frequency reference

source 2 0–10 0 -

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Group Code Name Parameter

Setting Setting Range

Initial
Value Unit

In (Input
Terminal)

37 V0 input filter time

constant 10 0 – 9999 10 -
38 V0 input minimum

voltage -

0.00 – V0 input max
voltage 0.00 V

39

Frequency
corresponding to the V0
input minimum voltage

- 0.00 –Max frq. 0.00 Hz

40 V0 input maximum

voltage -

V0 input min. voltage

5.00

5.00 V

41

Frequency
corresponding to the V0
input maximum voltage

- 0.00 –Max frq. 60.00 Hz

V1 Terminal as the Source
You can modify a frequency reference by setting the voltage inputs when using the V1 terminal or
connecting the VR terminal to the V1 terminal.
Group Code Name Parameter

Setting Setting Range

Initial
Value Unit

Operation

0.00 Command frequency - 0.00 –Max frq. 0.00 Hz
Frq Frequency reference

source 3 0 – 10 0 -

In (Input
Terminal)

07 V1 input filter time

constant 10 0–9999 10 -
08 V1 input minimum

voltage -

0.00–
V1 input max voltage 0.00 V

09

Frequency corresponding
to the V1 input minimum
voltage

- 0.00 –Max frq. 0.00 Hz

10 V1 input maximum

voltage -

V1 input min. voltage
– 10.00 10.00 V

11

Frequency corresponding
to the V1 input maximum
voltage

- 0.00 –Max frq. 60.00 Hz

Go to the Frq code in the Operation group and change the parameter value to 3.
You can monitor the parameter setting of the frequency reference at the 0.00 (command frequency)
code in the Operation group.

Load the 0 V–10 V signal between the V1 and CM terminals.

In 08 -11: Sets the input range and corresponding frequency for the forward (+) input voltage (0 V–10
V) loaded to the V1 terminal.
Example) When the minimum forward (+) input voltage loaded to the V1 terminal is 2 V while the
frequency for the 2 V input is set to 10 Hz , and when the maximum input voltage loaded to the V1
terminal is 8 V while the operation frequency is set to 50 Hz, the input range is set as below:

You can connect the terminal wiring as shown below. Refer to the In 07 –11 features.

Input Current (Terminal I2) as the Source
You can input the current to the control terminal block and set the command frequency by changing

the –

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the SW2 switch to I.1) Go to the Frq (Frequency reference source) code in the Operation group and
change the parameter value to 4, and then input the 0 – 20 mA current to the I2 and CM terminals.
Group Code Name Parameter

Setting Setting Range

Initial
Value Unit

Operation 0.00 Command frequency -

0.00 –
Max frq. 0.00 Hz
Frq Frequency reference source 41) 0 – 10 0 -

In (Input
Terminal)

521) I input filter time constant 10 0 – 9999 10 -
531) I input minimum current - 0.00 –

I input max current 4.00 mA

541) tFrequency corresponding to

he I input minimum current -

0.00 –
Max frq. 0.00 Hz
551) I input maximum current - I input min. current –

20.00 20.00 mA

561) tFrequency corresponding to

he I input maximum current -

0.00 –
Max frq. 60.00 Hz

1) Available only for models equipped with advanced I/O.

Input Voltage (Terminal I2) as the Source
You can input the voltage to the control terminal block and set the command frequency by changing
the SW2 switch to V1). Go to the Frq (Frequency reference source) code in the Operation group and
change the parameter value to 5, and then input the 0–10 V voltage to the I2 and CM terminals.
Group Code Name Parameter

Setting Setting Range

Initial
Value Unit
Operation 0.00 Command frequency - 0.00 – Max frq. 0.00 Hz
Frq Frequency reference source 51) 0 – 10 0 -

In (Input
Terminal)

571) V input filter time constant 10 0 – 9999 10 -
581) V input minimum voltage - 0.00 –

V input max. voltage 0.00 V

591) Frequency corresponding to the

V input minimum voltage - 0.00 – Max frq. 0.00 Hz
601) V input maximum voltage - V input min. voltage

– 10.00 10.00 V

611) Frequency corresponding to the

V input maximum voltage - 0.00 – Max frq. 60.00 Hz
1) Available only for models equipped with advanced I/O.

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Frequency Reference Setting via Built-in Volume (V0) and I2
Terminal
You can specify the current inputs for the built-in volume (V0) and I2 terminal as the main reference
and auxiliary reference respectively and enable the override feature. 1) Change the SW2 switch of the
control terminal block and go to the Frq (Frequency reference source) code in the Operation group
and change the parameter value to 6.
Group Code Name Parameter

Setting Setting Range

Initial
Value Unit

Operation

0.00 Command frequency - 0.00 –

Max frq. 0.00 Hz
Frq Frequency reference source 61) 0 – 10 0 -
1) Available only for models equipped with advanced I/O.

Override is a feature for entering the main reference value and the auxiliary reference value
simultaneously and applying the total value as a frequency reference. You can receive a quick
response via the main reference and accurately control via the auxiliary reference,
The built-in volume (V0) range is 0 – 5 V for the auxiliary reference and 0 –20 mA for the main
reference to use the override feature. You can set the main reference and auxiliary reference values
according to your operation condition.
Please refer to the following override operation settings.
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

In (Input
Terminal)

37 V0 input filter time constant 10 -
38 V0 input minimum voltage 0.00 V
39 Frequency corresponding to the V0 input

minimum voltage 0.00 Hz
40 V0 input maximum voltage 5.00 V
41 Frequency corresponding to the V0 input

maximum voltage 5.00 Hz
521) I input filter time constant 10 -
531) I input minimum current 4.00 mA
541) Frequency corresponding to the I input minimum
current 0.00 Hz
551) I input maximum current 20.00 mA
561) Frequency corresponding to the I input maximum
current 60.00 Hz
1) Available only for models equipped with advanced I/O.

When the volume voltage is 2.5 V (2.5 Hz) and 12 mA (30 Hz) is supplied to the I2 terminal, the
inverter output frequency becomes 32.5 Hz.

Frequency Reference Setting via Built-in Volume (V0) and I2
Terminal
You can specify the voltage inputs for the built-in volume (V0) and I2 terminal as the main reference
and auxiliary reference respectively and enable the override feature. 1) Change the SW2 switch of the
control terminal block and go to the Frq (Frequency reference source) code in the Operation group
and change the parameter value to 7.
Group Code Name Parameter

Setting Setting Range

Initial
Value Unit

Operation

0.00 Command frequency - 0.00 –Max frq. 0.00 Hz
Frq Frequency reference

source 71) 0 – 10 0 -
1) Available only for models equipped with advanced I/O.

Group Code Name Parameter

Setting Unit

In (Input
Terminal)

37 V0 input filter time constant 10 -
38 V0 input minimum voltage 0.00 V
39 Frequency corresponding to the V0 input minimum

voltage 0.00 Hz
40 V0 input maximum voltage 5.00 V
41 Frequency corresponding to the V0 input maximum

voltage 5.00 Hz
571) V input filter time constant 10 -
581) V input minimum voltage 0.00 V
591) Frequency corresponding to the V input minimum
voltage 0.00 Hz
601) V input maximum voltage 10.00 V
611) Frequency corresponding to the V input maximum
voltage 60.00 Hz
1) Available only for models equipped with advanced I/O.

When the volume voltage is 2.5 V (2.5 Hz) and 5 V (30 Hz) is supplied to the I2 terminal, the inverter
output frequency becomes 32.5 Hz.

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Frequency Reference Setting via Built-in Volume (V0) and V1
Terminal
You can specify the voltage input for the built-in volume (V0) and V1 terminal as the main reference
and auxiliary reference respectively and enable the override feature, Go to the Frq (Frequency
reference source) code in the Operation group and change the parameter setting to 8.
Group Code Name Parameter

Setting Setting Range

Initial
Value Unit

Operation

0.00 Command frequency - 0.00 –

Max frq. 0.00 Hz
Frq Frequency reference source 8 0 ~ 10 0 -

Group Code Name Parameter

Setting Unit

In (Input
Terminal)

37 V0 input filter time constant 10 -
38 V0 input minimum voltage 0.00 V
39 Frequency corresponding to the V0 input minimum

voltage 0.00 Hz
40 V0 input maximum voltage 5.00 V
41 Frequency corresponding to the V0 input maximum

voltage 5.00 Hz
07 V1 input filter time constant 10 -
08 V1 input minimum voltage 0.00 V
09 Frequency corresponding to the V1 input minimum

voltage 0.00 Hz
10 V1 input maximum voltage 10.00 V
11 Frequency corresponding to the V1 input maximum

voltage 60.00 Hz

When the V0 voltage is 2.5 V (2.5 Hz) and 5 V (30 Hz) is supplied to the V1 terminal, the inverter
output frequency becomes 32.5 Hz.

Frequency Reference Setting via RS-485 Communication
You can control the inverter with upper-level controllers, such as PCs or PLCs, via RS-485
communication. Go to the Frq (Frequency reference source) code in the Operation group and change
the parameter setting to 9. This feature is available only for models equipped with advanced I/O.
Group Code Name Parameter

Setting Setting Range

Initial
Value Unit

Operation

0.00 Command frequency - 0.00 – Max frq. 0.00 Hz
Frq Frequency reference

source 91) 0 –10 0 -

CM
(Communication)1)

01 Inverter station - 1 – 250 1 -
02 Communication

protocol setting - 0 – 1 0 -
03 Communication speed - 0 – 5 3 -
1) Available only for models equipped with advanced I/O.
※ For more information about RS-485 communication features, refer to 8 RS-485 Communication Features on
page 171.

Frequency Reference Setting via Digital Volume (Up-Down)
Group Code Name Parameter

Setting Setting Range

Initial
Value Unit

Operation

0.00 Command frequency - 0.00 – Max frq. 0.00 Hz
Frq Frequency reference

source 10 0 – 10 0 -

You can modify the command frequency by using the multi-function input terminal. Go to the Frq
(Frequency reference source) code in the Operation group and change the parameter setting to 10.
Related code: In65–69, Ad64–67
※ For more information, refer to 6.3 Up-down Operation on page 112.

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5.2 Holding Analog Command Frequency
Hold the command frequency by using multi-function input terminals.
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit
Operation Frq1) Frequency reference source 2 – 8 0 – 10 0 -

In (Input
Terminal)

65 Multi-function input terminal P1

function setting -

0 – 27

0

-

66 Multi-function input terminal P2

function setting - 1
67 Multi-function input terminal P3

function setting - 2
682) Multi-function input terminal P4

function setting - 3
692) Multi-function input terminal P5

function setting 23 4
1) You can only set 2, 3, and 8 for the Frq (Frequency reference source) parameter setting for models equipped
with standard I/O. For models equipped with advanced I/O, you can set 2–8.
2) For models equipped with standard I/O, you can set the parameter by In65–67 (Multi-function input terminal
P1–P3). You can use up to 3 multi-function input terminals for models equipped with standard I/O. If you
must use more than 3 multi-function input terminals, use models equipped with advanced I/O.

You can hold the command frequency by using multi-function input terminals when the parameter
setting is 2–8 at the Frq (Frequency reference source) code in the Operation group. Select a terminal
to be used as an analog command frequency hold signal from P1–P3 for standard I/O models or from
P1–P5 for advanced I/O models, and then change the parameter setting to 23 at the corresponding
code (standard I/O model: In65–67, advanced I/O model: In65–69).
It will operate as shown below when using the P5 terminal (In 69).

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5.3 Setting Multi-step Frequency
Group Code Name Parameter

Setting Setting Range

Initial
Value Unit

Operation

0.00 Command frequency 5.0 0.00 – Max frq. 0.00 Hz
Frq Frequency reference

source 0 0–10 0 -

In (Input
Terminal)

67

Multi-function input
terminal P3 function
setting

5

0–27

2 -

681)

Multi-function input
terminal P4 function
setting

6 3 -

691)

Multi-function input
terminal P4 function
setting

7 4 -

bA (Basic)

50 Multi-step frequency

1 -

0.00–Max frq.

10.00

Hz

51 Multi-step frequency

2 - 20.00
52 Multi-step frequency

3 - 30.00
53 Multi-step frequency

4 - 30.00
54 Multi-step frequency

5 - 25.00
55 Multi-step frequency

6 - 20.00
56 Multi-step frequency

7 - 15.00
1) For models equipped with standard I/O, you can set the parameter by In65–67 (Multi-function input terminal
P1–P3. You can use up to 3 multi-function input terminals for models equipped with standard I/O. If you must
use more than 3 multi-function input terminals, use models equipped with advanced I/O.

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Code Description
bA50–56 Configure multi-step frequency 1–7 at the bA50–56 codes.

In65–691)

Set a terminal to use as the multi-step frequency reference among P1 – P51). When
you input the multi-step frequency reference via the P3 – P5 terminals1), set the
parameter to 5–7 respectively at the In67–In69 codes in the Input Terminal group.
Step 0 uses the frequency reference source set with the Frq and 0.00 frequency
codes in the Operation group.

Speed Fx/Rx P5 P4 P3
0  - - -
1  - - (+1)
2  - (+2) -
3  - (+2) (+1)
4  (+4 - -
5  (+4) - (+1)
6  (+4) (+2) -
7  (+4) (+2) (+1)
[An example of a multi-step operation]
1) For models equipped with standard I/O, you can set the parameter by In65–67 (Multi-function input terminal
P1–P3. You can use up to 3 multi-function input terminals for models equipped with standard I/O. If you must
use more than 3 multi-function input terminals, use models equipped with advanced I/O.

5.4 Command Source Configuration
Various devices can be selected as command input devices for the M100 inverter. Input devices
available to select include keypad, multi-function input terminal, and RS-485 communication.
Group Code Name Parameter Setting Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit

Operation drv Command
source

0 Operation by keypad, the Run and
Stop keys

0–3 1 -

1

Terminal
block
operation

FX: Forward operation
command
RX: Reverse operation
command

2

FX: Run, stop
RX: Reversed motor
direction
3 Operation by RS-485
communication1)
1) Available only for models equipped with advanced I/O.

The Keypad as a Command Input Device
The keypad can be selected as a command input device to send command signals to the inverter. This
is configured by setting the drv code to 0 in the Operation group. Press the [RUN] or [STOP] keys on
the keypad to start or stop an operation.
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit
Operation drv Command source 0 0–3 1 -
dr (Drive) 20 Motor rotation direction

selection1) - F, r F -
1) The rotation direction command by the dr20 setting is applied only when drv(Command source) is set to 0.
You can still display and set the dr20 setting when drv(Command source) is set to other than 0.

You can press the [RUN] key to start an operation, and the [STOP/RST] key to decelerate the motor
and end the operation.
When you use the keypad as a command input device, you can set the motor rotation direction at the
dr20 code.
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Code Name Parameter

Setting Description

dr20 Rotation direction selection

F Forward rotation
r Reverse rotation

Terminal Block as a Command Input Device (Fwd/Rev Run
Commands)
Multi-function terminals can be selected as a command input device. This is configured by setting the
drv code in the Operation group to 1. Select 2 terminals for the forward and reverse operations,
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit
Operation drv Command source 1 0 – 3 1 -

In (Input
Terminal)

65 Multi-function input terminal P1

function setting 0 0 – 27 0 -
66 Multi-function input terminal P2

function setting 1 0 – 27 1 -

When you use the multi-function input terminals P1 and P2 respectively for FX and RX operation.
Set In65 and In66 in the Input Terminal (In) group respectively to 0 and 1 at the multi-function input
terminals (standard I/O model: P1–P3, advanced I/O model: P1–P5). Set the relevant code (standard
I/O model: In65–In67, advanced I/O model: In65–In69) to 0 (FX) and 1 (Rx).
FX is a forward operation command and RX is a reverse operation command.
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Note
This application enables both terminals to be turned on or off at the same time, constituting a stop
command that will cause the inverter to stop operation.

Terminal Block as a Command Input Device (Run and Rotation
Direction Commands)
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit
Operation drv Command Source 2 0 –3 1 -

In (Input
Terminal)

65 Multi-function input terminal

P1 function setting 0 0 – 27 0 -
66 Multi-function input terminal

P2 function setting 1 0 – 27 1 -

Multi-function terminals can be selected as a command input device. This is configured by setting the
drv code in the Operation group to 2. Select 2 terminals for operation commands and rotation
directions selection.
When you use the multi-function input terminals P1 and P2 respectively for FX and RX operation.
Set In65 and In66 in the Input Terminal (In) group respectively to 0 and 1 at the multi-function input
terminals (standard I/O model: P1–P3, advanced I/O model: P1–P5). Set the relevant code (standard
I/O model: In65–67, advanced I/O model: In65–69) to 0 (FX) and 1 (Rx).
FX (0): Assign a terminal for run command. When the RX terminal is set to OFF, the motor is run in
the forward direction.
RX (1): Assign a terminal for changing the rotation direction. When the RX terminal is set to ON, the
motor is run in the reverse direction.

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RS-485 Communication as a Command Input Device
RS-485 communication can be selected as a command input device by setting the drv code to 3 in the
Operation group. This configuration uses upper level controllers such as PCs or PLCs to control the
inverter. This feature is only available for models equipped with advanced I/O.
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit
Operation drv Command source 3 0 – 3 1 -

CM
(Communication)

01 Inverter station - 1 – 250 1 -
02 Communication protocol

selection - 0 – 1 0 -
03 Communication speed - 0 – 4 3 -

Set communication protocol, inverter station, and communication speed and run the motor by RS-485
communication run command.
※For more details about RS-485 communication features, refer to 8 RS-485 Communication Features on page
171.

5.5 Forward or Reverse Run Prevention
The rotation direction of motors can be configured to prevent motors from only running in one
direction. Set the Ad09 code in the Ad group to 0–2.
Group Code Name Initial

Value Description

Initial
Value Unit

dr (Drive) 201) Run direction
selection

F Set forward run.

F -

r Set reverse run.

Ad (Advanced) 09

Forward and
reverse run
prevention

0 Do not set run
prevention.
1 Set forward run 0 -
prevention.
2 Set reverse run
prevention.
1) The rotation direction command by the dr20 setting is applied only when drv(Command source) is set to 0.
You can still display and set the dr20 setting when drv(Command source) is set to other than 0.

5.6 Power-on Run
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit
Operation drv Command source 1, 2 0–3 1 -
Ad (Advanced) 10 Power-on run 1 0–1 0 -

A power-on command can be setup to start an inverter operation after powering up, based on terminal
block operation commands (if they have been configured). To enable power-on run, set the Ad10
code to 1 in the Ad group.
This feature is not disabled when the [RUN] key on the keypad or RS-485 communication is selected
as a command input device.

Use caution when operating the inverter with Power-on Run enabled as the motor will begin rotating when
the inverter starts up.

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5.7 Reset and Restart
Reset and restart operations can be setup for inverter operation following a fault trip, based on the
terminal block operation command (if it is configured). Set the Pr08 code to 1.
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit
Operation drv Command source 1, 2 0–3 1 -
Pr (Protection) 08 Reset restart setup 1 0–1 0 -

This feature is not disabled when the [RUN] key on the keypad or RS-485 communication is selected
as a command input device.

Use caution when operating the inverter with Reset and Restart enabled as the motor will begin rotating
when reset is operated via terminal block or keypad after a trip.

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5.8 Setting Acceleration and Deceleration Times

Acc/Dec Time Based on Maximum Frequency
Acceleration and deceleration time values can be set at the ACC and dEC codes in the Operation
group.
Group Code Name Parameter

Setting Setting Range

Initial
Value Unit

Operation

ACC Acceleration time - 0.0–6,000.01) 5.0 sec
dEC Deceleration time - 0.0–6,000.01) 10.0 sec
FrM Maximum frequency - 40.00–400.00 60.00 Hz

bA (Basic)

09 Acc/Dec reference

frequency 0 0–1 0 -
08 Time scale - 0–2 1 -
1) Changes based on the bA08 code parameter setting.

Acc/Dec time values can be set based on maximum frequency, not on inverter operation, by setting
the bA09 code to Acc/Dec and the reference frequency to 0.
Time scale for Acc/Dec time can be set at the bA08 code. If, for example, maximum frequency is
60.00 Hz, the Acc/Dec times are set to 5 seconds, and the frequency reference for operation is set at
30 Hz (half of 60 Hz), the time required to reach 30 Hz therefore is 2.5 seconds (half of 5 seconds).

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It is particularly useful that the time scale unit changes based on the max 5 digits of Acc/Dec time
value when more accurate Acc/Dec times are required due to load characteristics.
If, for example, the Acc/Dec time scale changes to 0.01 second, the maximum Acc/Dec time will
become 600.00 seconds. Refer to the following table.
Code Name Parameter

Setting Time Scale Range

Initial
Value Description

bA08 Time scale

0 0.01–600.00 [sec]

1

Sets 0.01 second as the
minimum unit.
1 0.1–6,000.0 [sec] Sets 0.1 second as the
minimum unit.
2 1–60,000 [sec] Sets 1 second as the
minimum unit.

Acc/Dec Time Based on Operation Frequency
Group Code Name Parameter

Setting Setting Range

Initial
Value Unit

Operation

ACC Acceleration time - 0.0–6,000.01) 5.0 sec
dEC Deceleration time - 0.0–6,000.01) 10.0 sec
bA (Basic) 09 Acc/Dec reference 1 0–1 0 -
1) Changes based on the bA08 code parameter setting.

Acc/Dec times can be set based on the time required to reach the next step frequency from the
existing operation frequency. To set the Acc/Dec time values based on the existing operation
frequency, set bA09 (acc/dec reference) in the bA group to 1 (delta frequency).

If, for example, Acc/Dec reference is set to 1 (delta frequency) and acceleration time is set to 5
seconds, the operation frequency changes as shown in the graph below while the target frequency is
set to 10 Hz at start and then changed to 30 Hz during section A.

Multi-step Acc/Dec Time Configuration
Group Code Name Parameter

Setting Setting Range

Initial
Value Unit

Operation

ACC Acceleration time - 0.0 – 6,000.01) 5.0 sec
dEC Deceleration time - 0.0 – 6,000.01) 10.0 sec

In (Input
Terminal)

65 Multi-function input terminal P1

function setting 0

0–27

0 -

66 Multi-function input terminal P2

function setting 1 1 -
67 Multi-function input terminal P3

function setting 8 2 -
682) Multi-function input terminal P4

function setting 9 3 -
692) Multi-function input terminal P5

function setting 10 4 -
1) Changes based on the bA08 code parameter setting.
2) For models equipped with standard I/O, you can set the parameter via In65–67 (Multi-function input
terminals P1–P3). You can use up to 3 multi-function input terminals for models equipped with standard I/O.
If you must use more than 3 multi-function input terminals, use models equipped with advanced I/O.

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Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit

bA (Basic)

70 Multi-step acceleration time 1 -

0.0 –
6,000.0

2.0

sec

71 Multi-step deceleration time 1 - 2.0
72 Multi-step acceleration time 2 - 3.0
73 Multi-step deceleration time 2 - 3.0
74 Multi-step acceleration time 3 - 4.0
75 Multi-step deceleration time 3 - 4.0
76 Multi-step acceleration time 4 - 5.0
77 Multi-step deceleration time 4 - 5.0
78 Multi-step acceleration time 5 - 4.0
79 Multi-step deceleration time 5 - 4.0
80 Multi-step acceleration time 6 - 3.0
81 Multi-step deceleration time 6 - 3.0
82 Multi-step acceleration time 7 - 2.0
83 Multi-step deceleration time 7 - 2.0

Set a terminal to use as the Acc/Dec time command signal via the multi-function input terminals
(standard I/O model: P1–P3, advanced I/O model: P1–P5).
Set the In67–691) codes to 8–10 respectively to change the Acc/Dec time via the P3–P51) terminals.
Multi-step acc/dec time 0 is set the ACC and dEC codes in the operation group.
Set multi-step acceleration/deceleration time1–7 at the bA70 – bA83 codes.
1) For models equipped with standard I/O, you can set the parameter via In65–67 (Multi-function input terminal
P1–P3). You can use up to 3 multi-function input terminals for models equipped with standard I/O. If you
must use 4 or 5 multi-function input terminals, use models equipped with advanced I/O.

Acc/Dec time P5 P4 P3
0 - - -
1 - - (+1)
2 - (+2) -
3 - (+2) (+1)
4 (+4) - -
5 (+4) - (+1)
6 (+4) (+2) -
7 (+4) (+2) (+1)

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5.9 Acc/Dec Pattern Configuration
Group Code Name Setting Range Initial

Value Unit

Ad
(Advanced)

01 Acceleration pattern

0 Linear pattern operation

0 -

1 S-curve pattern
operation

02 Deceleration pattern

0 Linear pattern operation
1 S-curve pattern
operation
03 S-curve start gradient 1–100 40 %
04 S-curve end gradient 1–100 40 %

Acceleration patterns and deceleration patterns can be set respectively at the Ad01 and Ad02 codes in
the Advanced (Ad) group.
Linear pattern: Features a linear increase or decrease to the output frequency at a fixed rate.
S-curve pattern: Features a smoother and more gradual increase or decrease of output frequency, ideal
for lift-type loads, such as elevator doors, etc.

Actual Acc/Dec times become greater than user defined Acc/Dec times when S-curve Acc/Dec patterns
are in use.

Ad03 defines the S-curve gradient level as a percentage, up to half of the total acceleration and
deceleration (Acc Start and Dec Start) values. You can set the Ad03 parameter to a higher value to
increase the gradient level for smoother acceleration and deceleration.
Ad04 defines the S-curve gradient level as a percentage, up to half of the remaining total acceleration
and deceleration (Acc End and Dec End) values. You can set the Ad04 parameter to a higher value to
increase the gradient level for smoother reach to constant speed and stop.
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When Acc/Dec reference (bA09) is set to the maximum value while the goal frequency is lower than
the maximum frequency, the S-curve is not created properly.

Note that the upper part of the graph may be cut off if the frequency reference is lower than the maximum
frequency.

Acceleration time when the S-curve pattern is set:

2

( 4/100%)

2

( 3/100%) Ad

 ACC  ACC  Ad  ACC 

Deceleration time when the S-curve pattern is set:

2

( 4/100%)

2

( 3/100%) Ad

 dEC  dEC  Ad  dEC 
The ACC and dEC in the formulas above are times set by the ACC and dEC codes in the Operation
group.

5.10 Stopping the Acc/Dec Operation
Configure the multi-function input terminals to stop acceleration or deceleration and operate the
inverter at a fixed output frequency.
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit

In (Input
Terminal)

65 Multi-function input terminal P1

function setting -

0–27

0

-

66 Multi-function input terminal P2

function setting - 1
67 Multi-function input terminal P3

function setting - 2
681) Multi-function input terminal P4

function setting - 3
691) Multi-function input terminal P5

function setting 24 4

Select a terminal to use as an Acc/Dec stop command signal from multi-function input terminals
(standard I/O model: P1–P3, advanced I/O model: P1–P5) and set a code from In65–691) to 24.
Set the In69 code to 24 if the P51) terminal is used as the Acc/Dec stop command.

1) For models equipped with standard I/O, you can set the parameter via In65–67 (Multi-function input terminal
P1–P3). You can use up to 3 multi-function input terminals for models equipped with standard I/O. If you
must use more than 4 or 5 multi-function input terminals, use models equipped with advanced I/O.

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5.11 V/F(Voltage/Frequency) Control

Linear V/F Pattern Operation
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit

Operation MbF Base frequency - 30.00–

400.00 60.00 Hz

dr (Drive)

19 Start frequency - 0.10–10.00 0.50 Hz
09 Control mode - 0–1 1 -
bA (Basic) 07 V/F pattern 0 0–2 0 -

A linear V/F pattern configures the inverter to increase or decrease the output voltage at a fixed rate
for different operation frequencies based on V/F characteristics. Set the bA07 code in the Basic (bA)
group to 0 (Linear).
Base frequency: The inverter’s output frequency when running at its rated voltage. Refer to the
motor’s rating plate to set this parameter value.
Start frequency: A frequency at which the inverter starts voltage output

Square Reduction V/F pattern Operation
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit
bA (Basic) 07 V/F pattern 1 0–2 0 -

The inverter produces output voltage proportional to 2 square of the operation frequency by setting
the bA07 code in the Basic group to 1 (Square reduction). This setup is ideal for loads such as fans or
pumps.

User V/F Pattern Operation
Group Code Name Parameter

Setting Setting Range

Initial
Value Unit

bA (Basic)

07 V/F pattern 2 0–2 0 -
41 User V/F frequency 1 - 0.00–

Max frq. 15.00 Hz
– – – – – –
48 User V/F voltage 4 - 0–100 100 %

The M100 inverter allows the configuration of user-defined V/F patterns.
When the bA07 code is set to 2 (User V/F), user-defined V/F patterns can be configured to suit the
load characteristics of special motors.

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• When a normal induction motor is in use, care must be taken not to configure the output pattern away
from a linear V/F pattern. Non-linear V/F patterns may cause insufficient motor torque or motor
overheating due to over-excitation.
• When a user V/F pattern is in use, forward torque boost (Ftb) and reverse torque boost (rtb) do not
operate.

Output Voltage Setting
Output voltage settings are required when a motor’s rated voltage differs from the inverter’s input
voltage. The set voltage becomes the output voltage of the inverter’s base frequency. If the frequency
is higher than the base frequency, and the input voltage is lower than the parameter setting, the input
voltage will become the inverter output voltage.
If this code is set to 0, the inverter corrects the output voltage based on an inactive input voltage.
This feature is used when a motor is operating with a voltage that is lower than the input voltage.
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit
Operation IOv Output voltage setting - 0, 170~264 0 V

5.12 Torque Boost

Manual Torque Boost
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit
dr (Drive) dr15 Torque boost options 0 0–1 0 -

Operation

Ftb Forward torque boost

- 0.0–20.0 4.0 %

rtb Reverse torque boost

Manual torque boost enables users to adjust output voltage during low speed operation or motor start.
Increase low speed torque or improve motor starting properties by manually increasing output voltage.
Configure manual torque boost while running loads that require high starting torque, such as lift-type
loads.
Torque boost can be set at the Ftb and rtb codes in the Operation group while the dr15 code is set to 0
(manual torque boost) in the Drive (dr) group.

Manual Torque Boost Setting Details
Code Description
Ftb (Forward boost) Set torque boost for forward operation.
rtb (Reverse boost) Set torque boost for reverse operation.

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Excessive torque boost will result in over-excitation and motor overheating .

Auto Torque Boost
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Rage

Initial
Value Unit

dr (Drive)

15 Torque boost options 1 0 –1 0 -
261) Auto torque boost filter

gain 2 1–1000 2 -
271) Auto torque boost

motoring gain 120.0 0.0–300.0 120.0 %
281) Auto torque boost

regenerated voltage gain 120.0 0.0–300.0 120.0 %

Operation

Ftb Forward torque boost

- 0.0–20.0 4.0 %

rtb Reverse torque boost
1) Available with the dr15 (Torque boost options) set to 1.

You can use the parameter value displayed on the motor’s rating plate without motor parameter
tuning. Set the MbF (Base frequency), bA12 (Rated slip speed), MrC (Motor-rated current), bA14
(Motor noload current, 40% of motor-rated current) codes to the value displayed on the motor’s rating
plate. If you do not use the value displayed on the motor’s rating plate, each parameter value is set to
the initial value and some features may be limited.
Auto torque boost basically operates with manual torque boost (Ftb, rtb) setting value, and the
additional boost amount is determined according to the following situation.
The output voltage can be adjusted by adding voltage boost to the output voltage using torque current,
when it is too low to start the V/F pattern operation. When the starting torque is too low or too high,
the dr27 and dr28 codes (auto torque boost voltage gains) can be used for adjusting compensation
based on the load.
Set the dr15 code to 1 (Auto torque boost) in the Drive (dr) group to output the voltage based on the
torque boost. You can also change the dr26, dr27, and dr28 parameters.

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5.13 Stop Mode Setting

Deceleration Stop
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit
Ad (Advanced) 08 Stop mode 0 0–2 0 -

The operation frequency is decelerated to 0 Hz and stops running according to the set deceleration
time by the stop command by setting the Ad08 code in the Advanced (Ad) group to 0 (Deceleration
stop).

Stop After DC Braking
You can stop the motor by supplying DC power to the motor. Set the Ad08 code to 1 (DC braking).
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit
Ad (Advanced) 08 Stop mode 1 0–2 0 -

Free Run Stop
To turn off the inverter output when the stop command is on, set the Ad08 code to 2 (Free run stop) in
the Advanced (Ad) group.
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit
Ad (Advanced) 08 Stop mode 2 0–2 0 -

When the operation command is off, the frequency and voltage outputs turn off.

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5.14 Frequency Limit
Configure the setting range of the command frequency.

Frequency Limit Using Maximum Frequency and Start Frequency
Group Code Name Parameter

Setting Setting Range

Initial
Value Unit
Operation FrM Maximum frequency - 40.00–400.00 60.00 Hz
dr (Drive) 19 Start frequency - 0.10–10.00 0.50 Hz

Maximum frequency: Set the upper limit value for parameters that are expressed as a frequency unit,
except for MbF (Base frequency). You cannot set the frequency value higher than the maximum
frequency within this function.
Start frequency: Set the lower limit value for parameters that are expressed as a frequency unit. If an
input frequency is lower than the start frequency, the parameter value will be 0.00.

Frequency Limit Using Upper and Lower Limit Frequency Values
Group Code Name Parameter

Setting Setting Range

Initial
Value Unit

Ad (Advanced)

24 Frequency upper/lower

limit options 1 0–1 0 -
251) Frequency lower limit -

Start frequency–
Frequency upper
limit

0.50 Hz

261) Frequency upper limit - 0.00–Max frq. 60.00 Hz
1) Available when the Ad24 code is set to 1.

Set the Ad24 code in the Ad group to 1. The inverter operates within the frequency range set at the
Ad25 and Ad26 codes. When the frequency is set via analog input (or digital input) as shown in the
graph below, the set frequency operates only within the upper limit and lower limit range.

Frequency Jump
Use frequency jump to prevent the frequency setting within a specific section.
Group Code Name Parameter

Setting Setting Range

Initial
Value Unit

Ad
(Advanced)

27 Frequency jump 1 0–1 0 -
281) Frequency jump

lower limit 1 -

Start frequency–
Frequency jump upper limit 1

10.00 Hz

291) Frequency jump

upper limit 1 -

Frequency jump lower limit 1
–Max frq.

15.00 Hz

301) Frequency jump

lower limit 2 -

Start frequency–
Frequency jump upper limit 2

20.00 Hz

311) Frequency jump

upper limit 2 -

Frequency jump lower limit 2
–Max frq.

25.00 Hz

321) Frequency jump

lower limit 3 -

Start frequency–
Frequency jump upper limit 3

30.00 Hz

331) Frequency jump

upper limit 3 -

Frequency jump lower limit 3
–Max frq.

35.00 Hz

1) Available when the Ad27 code is set to 1.

Set the Ad 27 code in the Ad group to 1. The command frequency cannot be set within the Ad 28–33
frequency range.
Upper limit and lower limit values for each section can be set within the range of the FrM (Maximum
frequency) and dr19 (Start frequency) codes.
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Use frequency jump to prevent motor operation at mechanical resonance frequencies. When jumping
through a frequency bands while a motor accelerates and decelerates, operation frequencies cannot be
set within the preset frequency jump band and the inverter operates at a constant speed.
When a frequency setting is increased, while the frequency parameter setting value (voltage, current,
RS-485 communication, keypad setting, etc.) is within a jump frequency band, the frequency will be
maintained at the lower limit value of the frequency band. Then, the frequency will increase when the
frequency parameter setting exceeds the range of frequencies used by the frequency jump band.
On the contrary, when a frequency setting is decreased, while the frequency parameter setting value
(voltage, current, RS-485 communication, keypad setting, etc.) is within a jump frequency band, the
frequency will be maintained at the upper limit value of the frequency band. Then, the frequency will
decrease when the frequency parameter setting exceeds the range of frequencies used by the
frequency jump band.

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6 Learning Advanced Features

6.1 DC Braking
When the operation frequency reaches the set value during deceleration (DC braking frequency), the
inverter stops the motor by supplying DC power to the motor.

Stop After DC Braking
With a stop command input, the inverter begins decelerating the motor. When the frequency reaches
the DC braking frequency set at Ad17, the inverter supplies DC voltage to the motor and stops it.
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit

Ad
(Advanced)

08 Stop mode 1 0–2 0 -
141) Output block time before braking - 0.00–60.00 0.00 sec
151) DC braking time - 0.0–60.0 1.0 sec
161) DC braking amount - 0–200 50 %

171) DC braking frequency -

Start
frequency
–60.00

5.00 Hz

1) Available when the Ad08 code is set to 1.

Set the Ad08 code to 1 (DC braking stop) in the Advanced group.
Ad14: Set the time to block the inverter output before DC braking.
Ad15: Set the time duration for the DC voltage supply to the motor.
Ad16: Set the amount of DC braking to apply. The parameter setting is based on the rated current of
the motor (MrC).
Ad17: Set the frequency to start DC braking.

Note that the motor can overheat or be damaged if excessive amount of DC braking is applied to the motor,
or DC braking time is set too long.

This feature is disabled if the Ad16 or Ad15 code is set to 0.
Output block time before braking (Ad14): If the inertia of the load is great, or if DC braking
frequency is set too high, a fault trip may occur due to overcurrent conditions when the inverter
supplies DC voltage to the motor. Prevent overcurrent fault trips by adjusting the output block time
before DC braking (Ad14).
When the inertia of the load is great and DC braking frequency is set too high, modify the inertia rate
at the bA16 code. The DC braking controller’s controller gain will be changed based on the set value
of the bA16 code.
Code Name Parameter Setting Description

bA16 Inertia rate

0 Less than 10 times motor inertia
1 10 times motor inertia
2 More than 10 times motor inertia

Start After DC Braking
With the DC voltage is input, the inverter will begin accelerating the motor.
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit

Ad
(Advanced)

13 DC braking amount at start - 0–200 50 %
12 DC braking time at start - 0.0–60.0 0.0 sec
Ad13: The parameter setting is based on the rated current of the motor (MrC).
Ad12: The motor accelerates after the DC voltage is supplied during the set time.

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Note that the motor can overheat or be damaged if excessive amount of DC braking is applied to the
motor, or DC braking time is set too long.

This feature is disabled if the Ad13 or Ad12 code is set to 0.
t : The acceleration frequency starts running after the duration set at the Ad12 code.

DC Braking During Stop
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit

Ad
(Advanced) 13 DC braking amount at start - 0–200 50 %
In (Input
Terminal) 67

Multi-function input terminal P3
function setting 11 0–27 2 -

Ad13: The parameter setting is based on the rated current of the motor (MrC).
Select a terminal to use as the DC braking during a stop from the multi-function input terminal
(standard I/O model: P1–P3, advanced I/O model: P1–P5).
If you select the P3 terminal to use as a frequency for the DC braking during a stop, the In67 code in
the Input Terminal group must be set to 11 (DC braking during stop) as shown in the table above.

6.2 Jog operation

Jog Operation 1-Forward Jog by Multi-function Terminal
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit

dr
(Drive) 11 Jog frequency -

0.00–
Max frq. 10.00 Hz

In (Input
Terminal) 691)

Multi-function input
terminal P5 function
setting

4 0–27 4 -
1) For models equipped with standard I/O, you can set the parameter by In65–67 (Multi-function input terminal
P1–P3).

You can set the jog frequency for operation by the dr11 code in the Drive (dr) group.
Select a terminal to use as a jog operation from the multi-function input terminals (standard I/O model:
P1–P3, advanced I/O model: P1–P5).
If you select the P5 terminal to use as a jog operation terminal, the In69 code in the Input Terminal
group must be set to 4 (Jog operation) as shown in the table above.
You can set the jog frequency range within the range of the maximum frequency (FrM) and the start
frequency (dr19).

The jog operation is the second highest priority operation, after the dwell operation. If a jog operation
is requested while operating the multi-step, up-down, or 3-wire operation modes, the jog operation
overrides all other operation modes. The diagram above shows the example when the multi-function
input is set to the NPN mode.

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Jog Operation 2-Fwd/Rev Jog by Multi-function Terminal

Group Code Name

Parame
ter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit
dr (Drive) 11 Jog frequency - 0.00–Max frq. 10.00 Hz

In (Input
Terminal)

681) Multi-function input terminal P4

function setting 26 0–27 3 -
691) Multi-function input terminal P5

function setting 27 0–27 4 -
1) For models equipped with standard I/O, you can set the parameter by In65–67 (Multi-function input terminal
P1–P3).

You can set the jog frequency for operation by the dr11 code in the Drive (dr) group.
Select a terminal to use as a JOG-FX operation from the multi-function input terminals (standard I/O
model: P1–P3, advanced I/O model: P1–P5). The In68 code in the Input Terminal (In) group must be
set to 24 (JOG-FX operation) to use the P4 terminal as a JOG-FX operation terminal.
You can set the jog frequency range within the range of the maximum frequency (FrM) and the start
frequency (dr19).
The following graph is an example waveform of when the goal frequency is set to 30 Hz while the
jog frequency is set to 10 Hz.

6.3 Up-down Operation
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit
Operation Frq Frequency reference source 10 0–10 0 -

In (Input
Terminal)

65 Multi-function input terminal P1

function setting 0

0–27

0 -

67 Multi-function input terminal P3

function setting 25 2 -
681) Multi-function input terminal P4

function setting 15 3 -
691) Multi-function input terminal P5

function setting 16 4 -

Ad
(Advanced)

65 Up-down frequency save options - 0–1 0 -
642) Up-down frequency save - 0.00–Max

frq. 0.00 Hz
1) For models equipped with standard I/O, you can set the parameter by In65–67 (Multi-function input terminal
P1–P3). You can use up to 3 multi-function input terminals for models equipped with standard I/O. If you
must use more than 3 multi-function input terminals, use models equipped with advanced I/O.
2) Available when the Ad65 code is set to 1.

Up-down Frequency Save Details
You can set the up-down frequency save feature by setting the Frq (frequency reference source) code
to 10 in the Operation group.
Select a terminal to use as the up-down operation frequency from the multi-function input terminals
(standard I/O model: P1–P3, advanced I/O model: P1–P5).
The In68 and In69 codes must be set to 15 (Frequency increase) and 16 (Frequency reduction)
respectively to use the P4 and P5 terminals as the up-down operation terminals.
The In67 code must be set to 25 (Up-down frequency save initialization) in the Input Terminal (In)
group to use the P3 terminal as the terminal for the up-down frequency save initialization.
If the Ad65 code is set to 1 (Up-down frequency save options), the up-down save function allows the
inverter to save the frequency to the Ad64 code before stopping or decelerating.
When the inverter is running the up-down operation, you can clear the saved up-down frequency
setting by configuring the P3 terminal to 25 (Up-down frequency save initialization).

Code Name Description

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Code Name Description
Ad65 Up-down frequency save
options

0
(Initial value) Up-down frequency save off
1 Up-down frequency save setting
Ad64 Up-down frequency save Saves up-down frequency.

When the Up-down frequency save initialization signal is input to the P3 terminal while the Up
terminal signal or the Down terminal signal is on, this signal becomes invalid.

Selecting Up-down Mode
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit
Operation Frq Frequency reference source 10 0–10 0 -

In (Input
Terminal)

65 Multi-function input terminal P1

function setting 0

0–27

0 -

681) Multi-function input terminal P4

function setting 15 3 -
691) Multi-function input terminal P5

function setting 16 4 -

Ad
(Advanced)

66 Up-down mode selection - 0–2 0 -
67 Up-down step frequency - 0.00–Max

frq. 0.00 Hz
1) For models equipped with standard I/O, you can set the parameter by In65–67 (Multi-function input terminal
P1–P3).

You can set the up-down mode by setting the frequency reference source (Frq code) to 10 in the
Operation group.
Select a terminal to use as an up-down operation frequency from the multi-function input terminals
(standard I/O model: P1–P3, advanced I/O model: P1–P5).
The inverter is operated by the mode set by the step frequency at the Ad67 code.
Refer to the following table to learn how to select the up-down mode.
Code Name Description
Ad66 Up-down mode
selection

0
(Initial
value)

Increases or decreases the command frequency based on the
maximum and minimum frequencies.
1 Increases or decreases the command frequency by the set up-
down step frequency (Ad67) according the edge input.

Code Name Description
2 Compound operation of 0 and 1
Ad67 Up-down step

frequency Frequency that will increase based on the edge input

When the Ad66 code is set to 0: If the Up terminal signal is on, the frequency reaches up to the
maximum value for the set acceleration time. It reaches up to the upper limit when the upper limit has
been set. If the Down terminal signal is on, the frequency decelerates to the value for the set
deceleration time, regardless of the stop mode. It decelerates to the lower limit when the lower limit
has been set.

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When the Ad66 code is set to 1: The motor accelerates by as much as the step frequency set by the
Ad67 code at the multi-function input’s positive edge that has been set as the Up terminal signal. The
motor decelerates by as much as the step frequency set at the Ad67 code at the multi-function input’s
positive edge that has been set as the Down signal. The frequency is saved at the falling edge when
the Up/down signal is specified. In this case, when the stop command is supplied while the multi-

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function input set as the Up or Down signal has been set, the previous edge value is saved
continuously and the current frequency is not saved, even when the multi-function input is not set
during a stop. The acc/dec time is identical to the time when 0 is set.

When the Ad66 code is set to 2: The motor accelerates by as much as the step frequency set by the
Ad67 code at the multi-function input’s positive edge that has been set as the Up terminal signal. The
motor operation is identical to when 0 is set when the function is activated for more than 3 seconds.
The motor decelerates by as much as the step frequency set at the Ad67 code at the multi-function
input’s positive edge that has been set as the Down signal. The motor operation is identical to when 0
is set when the function is activated for more than 3 seconds, and the acc/dec time is identical to the
time when 0 is set.

The signal is void when the input is supplied again before it increases 1 step frequency by the Up or
Down signal. The frequency at deactivation is saved.

6.4 3-Wire Operation
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit

In (Input
Terminal)

65 Multi-function input terminal P1

function setting -

0–27

0
~ ~ ~ ~ -
691) Multi-function input terminal P5

function setting 17 4
1) For models equipped with standard I/O, you can set the parameter by In65–67 (Multi-function input terminal
P1–P3).

Select a terminal to use as a 3-wire operation from the multi-function input terminals (standard I/O
model: P1–P3, advanced I/O model: P1–P5). The In69 code must be set to 17 (3-wire command) in
the Input Terminal group to set the P5 terminal as a 3-wire operation terminal.

The 3-wire operation latches the signal input (the signal stays on after the button is released) as shown
in the diagram above, and is used when operating the inverter with a push button switch.
Pulse width (t) of command in the diagram above must be at least 50 msec.

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6.5 Dwell Operation
When an operation command runs, acceleration starts after running by set dwell frequency during
dwell operation time. The inverter can be used for dwell frequency operations before opening the
mechanical brake of lift-type loads and for opening the brake.
Group Code Name Parameter

Setting Setting Range

Initial
Value Unit

Ad (Advanced)

20 Dwell frequency - Start frequency–

Maximum frequency 5.00 Hz
21 Operation time - 0.0–10.0 0.0 sec

Dwell frequency: A rated slip frequency that supplies the rated torque to the motor before opening the
mechanical brake of lift-type loads. The rated slip frequency is different from the rated frequency
converted from the rated RPM on the motor rating plate.

Note
Dwell operation does not work when:
• Dwell operation time is set to 0 sec or dwell frequency is set to 0 Hz.
• Re-acceleration is attempted from stop, as only the first acceleration dwell operation command is valid.

[Dwell operation]

When a dwell operation is carried out for a lift - type load before its mechanical brake is released, motors
can be damaged or their lifecycle reduced due to overflow current in the motor.

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6.6 Slip Compensation Operation
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit

Operation

MrC Motor rated current - 0.1–150.0 - A
MkW Motor capacity option - 0.1–2.2 - kW

bA (Basic)

11 Number of motor poles - 2–12 4 -
12 Motor rated slip frequency - 0.00–10.00 - Hz
14 Motor no-load current - 0.1–100.0 - A
15 Motor efficiency - 50–100 - %
16 Load inertia rate - 0–2 0 -
dr (Drive) 09 Control method option 1 0–1 1 -
(Initial values of the MrC and bA12–15 codes are determined by the MkW parameter.)

Set the dr09 code in the Drive group to 1 (Slip compensation control).
This feature ensures that the motor rotates at a constant speed, by compensating for the motor slip as a
load increases.
MkW: Set the capacity of the motor connected to the inverter output terminal.
Code Name Parameter Setting Description

MkW Motor capacity option

0.1 0.1kW
~ ~
2.2 2.2kW

bA11: Enter the number of poles from the motor rating plate.
bA12: Enter the motor-rated slip frequency referring to the motor rating plate and the following
formula:




 

 

120

rpm P

fs fr

fs = Rated slip frequency
fr = Rated frequency
rpm = Number of the rated motor rotations
P = Number of motor poles
Example) When the rated frequency is 60 Hz, the number of the rated motor rotations is 1740 rpm,
and the number of motor poles is 4:

fs 2Hz
120

1740 4
60  



 
 

MrC: Enter the rated current from the motor rating plate.
bA14: Enter the measured current when the load on the motor axis is removed and when the motor is
operated at the rated frequency. If no-load current is difficult to measure, enter a current equivalent to
40 % of the rated motor current.
bA15: Enter the efficiency from the motor rating place.
bA16: Select load inertia based on motor inertia.
Code Name Parameter Setting Description

bA16 Inertia rate

0 Less than 10 times motor inertia
1 10 times motor inertia
2 More than 10 times motor inertia

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For the induction motor, the difference between the number of motor rotations and frequency
(synchronous speed) increases according to the load rate as shown in the graph below. Therefore, the
slip compensation control is used when the speed difference must be decreased.

6.7 PID Control
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit

AP (Application)

01 PID control selection 1 0–1 0 -
181)2) PID feedback - 0.00–400.00
/ 0.0 –100.0

0.00
/ 0.0

Hz
/ %

191)2) PID reference -

0.00–
Max frq.
/ 0.0–100.0

0.00
/ 0.0

Hz
/ %
201) PID reference source - 0–5 0 -
211) PID feedback source - 0–3 2 -
221) PID controller P gain - 0.0–999.9 300.0 %
231) PID controller integral time

(I gain) - 0.10–32.00 1.00 sec
241) PID controller differentiation time

(D gain) - 0.00–30.00 0.00 sec
281) PID mode - 0–1 0 -
291) PID output frequency upper limit - PID output frq.

Lower limit– 60.00 Hz

Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit

Max frq.

301) PID output frequency lower limit -

Start frq.–
PID output frq.
upper limit

0.50 Hz

021) PID scale selection - 0–1 0 -
371) Sleep mode delay time - 0.0–2000.0 60.0 sec
381) Sleep mode frequency - 0.00–Max frq. 0.00 Hz
391) Wake-up Level - 0.0–100.0 35.0 %

In (Input
Terminal) 65

Multi-function input terminal
function setting 21 0–27 - -
1) Available when the AP01 code is set to 1.
2) The parameter of the AP19 and AP20 codes are displayed in a different format depending on the AP02
parameter. (Frequency when AP02=0, percentage when AP02=1)

PID Basic Control
PID control provides constant automated control of flow, pressure, and temperature by adjusting the
output frequency of the inverter.
Set the AP01 code to 1 (PID operation) in the Application (AP) group. Then, you can set the PID
reference at AP19 and monitor the actual PID feedback volume.
There are 2 types of PID operation mode; normal PID mode and process PID mode. You can set the
PID operation mode by AP28 (PID mode).
AP21: Set the feedback source of the PID controller.
Code Name Parameter

Setting Description

AP21 PID feedback source

0 I2 (I input) of analog input terminal
(0–20 [mA] )1)
1 I2 (V input) of analog input terminal
(0–10 [V] )1)
2 V1 terminal input of analog input terminal block
(0–10 [V])
3 RS-485 communication1)2)
1) Available only for models equipped with advanced I/O.
2) When you input the PID feedback via RS-485 communication, you can read and/or write in 0.1 % increments
using 0x001E (common address), regardless of the AP02 (PID unit selection) value.
AP22: Sets the P gain as the output ratio to the error rate. If the P gain is set to 50%, 50% of the error

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is output. Higher input value leads to reaching the target control variable faster, but oscillation may
occur at the controller when the value is too high.
AP23: Sets the time to output accumulated errors. When the error is 100%, the time taken for 100%
output is set. When the integral time is set to 1 second, 100% output occurs after 1 second of the error
remaining at 100%. Differences in a normal state can be reduced by the integral time. Adjusting the
value leads to a faster response, but oscillation may occur at the controller.
AP24: Sets the output volume for the rate of change in errors. M100 detects error every 1 ms. When
the differential time is set to 1 ms and the rate of change in errors per sec is 100%, output occurs at 1%
per 10 ms.
AP28: Adds the set target to the PID controller and sets the volume of the target.
AP29, AP30: Limits the output of the controller.
AP20: Selects the PID reference source.
AP02: You can set the unit of the PID reference (AP19) and PID feedback (AP18) to Hz (frequency)
or % (percentage). (AP02 = 0: Hz, AP02 = 1: %)
In65–In69: When one the multi-function input terminal P1–P5 is set to 21 (PID switch operation) and
turn the terminal ON, the PID control is switched to normal PID control where the command
frequency is operated as the PID reference but not as the PID controller output.)
rPM: Converts the feedback volume set at AP21 to motor frequency.
When running the PID switch operation, the output frequency is displayed, but the feedback volume
is not displayed.

Normal PID operation (AP28=0)

Normal PID control block diagram

1) RS-485 communication is added to the PID feedback group.
2) PID REF (PID reference) value can be checked and configured at AP19.
When AP02 = 0, the unit is set to [Hz]. When AP02 = 1, the unit is set to [%].
3) PID FBK (PID feedback volume) value can be checked at AP18. The unit is identical to the unit of the AP19
parameter value.
4) When the PID switch operation (21, PID operation switched to normal operation) signal is input to the multi-
function input (standard I/O model: P1–P3, advanced I/O model: P1–P5) while the AP02 is set to 1,
percentage value is converted and output to the frequency value.
5) Polarity of PID OUT (Normal PID output) is unipolar, and it is limited by AP29 (H-Limit, Frequency jump
upper limit 1) and AP28 (L-Limit, Frequency jump lower limit 1).
6) 100.0% is the FrM (maxFreq that is the maximum frequency) parameter setting.

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Process PID operation (AP28=1)

Process PID control block diagram

1) Main reference is a frequency (Frq=10, Up/Down operation excluded) set at the Frq/bA05 codes in the
Operation group, and the actual output frequency is the main reference and PID OU2 (PID block output).
2) When the PID switching operation is selected, the main reference becomes the actual output frequency.
3) PID OU1, the output in the PID block diagram, is bipolar and the parameter is limited by the AP29 (PID
upper limit) code.
4) PID OU2 is the actual frequency and is limited by the FrM (maxFreq, the maximum frequency) and AP28 (L-
Limit, frequency jump lower limit 1) codes.

Other operations are identical to those using normal PID operation.

PID Sleep & Wake-up
The inverter automatically enters sleep mode and stops operating when the PID controller’s output
frequency is maintained at the sleep frequency (AP38) for sleep delay time (AP37). Monitoring still
operates in the sleep mode, and the inverter wakes up and runs again when deviation between the PID
reference and the feedback volume becomes higher than the wake-up level (AP39).
Sleep mode is disabled when a stop command is input.
This feature can be used, for example, at night when the flow rate to the pump load is low.

Sleep Freq Wake up level

PID Reference
PID Feedback

Output
frequency

RUN command

PID Active

Sleep Delay

6.8 Energy Saving Operation
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit
Ad (Advanced) 51 Energy saving operation - 0–30 0 %

You can set the reduced amount of the output voltage at the Ad51 code based on the maximum output
voltage (IOv).
This operation is used to save energy by reducing the voltage supplied to motors during low-load and
no-load conditions when a fan or pump is operating.

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6.9 Speed Search Operation
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit

Cn (Control)

71 Speed search selection - 0000–1111 0000 Bits
72 Speed search current level - 80–200 100 %
73 Speed search P gain - 0–9999 500 -
74 Speed search I gain - 0–9999 1000 -

OU (Output
Terminal)

31/
32

Multi-function relay function
selection /
Multi-function output 2nd
function selection

15 0 –19 17 -

This operation is used to prevent fault trips that can occur while the inverter output voltage is
disconnected and the motor is idling.
Because this feature estimates the motor rotation speed based on the inverter output current, it does
not give the exact speed.
You can select a speed search operation from the following four types.
Code Name BIT Function

Cn71

Speed
search
selection

---1 Speed search for general acceleration
--1- Initialization after a fault trip (Pr08=1)
-1-- Restart after instantaneous power interruption
1--- Starting with power-on (Ad10)

Cn72: The amount of current flow is controlled during speed search operation based on the motor’s
rated current (MrC).

Cn73, Cn74: The P/I gain of the speed search controller can be adjusted. The P/I gain are adjusted
according to the characteristics of a load.
OU31, OU32: Outputs the speed search operation state to the external sequence using a multi-
function relay (3ABC).
Example) After an instantaneous power interruption

_
If an instantaneous power interruption occurs and the input power is disconnected, the
inverter generates a low voltage trip and blocks the output.
When the input power returns, the operation frequency before the low voltage trip and the
voltage is increased by the inverter’s inner PI control.
t1: If the current increases above the value set at Cn72, the voltage stops increasing and the
frequency decreases.
t2: If the current decreases below the value set at Cn72, the voltage increases again and the
frequency stops decelerating.
When the normal frequency and voltage are resumed, the speed search operation accelerates
the motor back to its frequency reference before the fault trip.
Speed search operation is suitable for loads with high inertia. When the load with high friction force
occurs, stop and restart the inverter.
If operated within the rated output, the M100 series inverter is designed to withstand instantaneous
power interruptions within 15 ms and maintain normal operation.

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The DC voltage inside the inverter may vary depending on the output load. If the power interruption
time is longer than 15 ms, a low voltage trip may occur. The instantaneous power interruption
specification is applied when the input voltage is 200–240 VAC.

6.10 Auto Restart Settings
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit

Pr
(Protection)

09 Auto restart count - 0–10 0 count
10 Auto restart delay time after trip - 0.0–60.0 1.0 sec

Auto restart count can be set using the Pr09 code.
An auto restart is used to activate the inverter protection feature and protect the inverter from noise or
other problems, therefore preventing the shutdown of the system.
Pr09: When a trip occurs and the run command is input after the trip, the inverter protection feature is
activated and the inverter restarts automatically after the set time programmed at the Pr10 code. At
each restart, the inverter counts the number of tries and subtracts it from the number set at the Pr09
code until the retry number count reaches 0. The retry number count returns to the original setting
when you manually reset it using the inverter terminal block or the [STOP/RESET] key, and when a
trip does not occur within 30 seconds after an auto restart.
If the inverter stops due to low voltage, emergency stop (Bx), inverter overheating, or hardware
diagnosis, an auto restart is not activated.
The inverter start acceleration automatically after the auto restart delay time set by the Pr10 code. At
auto restart, the acceleration options are identical to those of speed search operation (Cn71–74).

The following graph is an example when the auto restart count is set to 2.

6.11 Operational Noise Settings (carrier frequency settings)
Group Code Name Parameter

Setting Setting Range

Initial
Value Unit

Cn
(Control) 04 Carrier frequency - 1.0–15.0 3.0 kHz

An operational noise can be selected. There are pros and cons according to the operational noise
volume as described in the table below.
Code Parameter Setting Pros and Cons

Cn04 High carrier frequency

Low motor noise
Increased heat loss
Increased inverter noise
Increased inverter leakage current

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6.12 2nd Motor Operation
The 2nd motor operation is used when a single inverter switch operates two motors with different
type of loads. Note that this operation does not operate the two motors simultaneously.
Group Code Name Parameter

Setting Setting Range

Initial
Value Unit

M2
(Secondary
Motor)1)

04 2nd motor acceleration time - 0.0–6000.0 5.0 sec
05 2nd motor deceleration time - 0.0–6000.0 10.0 sec
07 2nd motor base frequency - 30.00–Max frq. 60.00 Hz
12 2nd motor rated current - 0.1–100.0 - A
25 2nd motor V/F pattern - 0–2 0 -
26 2nd motor forward torque

boost - 0.0–15.0 4.0 %

M2
(Secondary
Motor)1)

27 2nd motor reversed torque

boost - 0.0–15.0 4.0 %
28 2nd motor stall level - 30–150 150 %
29 2nd motor electric thermal 1

min level -

2nd motor electric
thermal continuous
operation level
(M2-30)
–200

150 %

30 2nd motor electric thermal

continuous operation level -

50–
2nd motor electric
thermal 1 min level
(M2-29)

100 %

In (Input
Terminal)

65 Multi-function input

terminal P1 function setting -

0–27

0 -
~ ~ ~ ~ ~
692) Multi-function input

terminal P5 function setting 12 4 -
1) Available when one of the multi-function input terminal codes is set to 12 (Second motor selection).
2) For models equipped with standard I/O, you can set the parameter by In65–67 (Multi-function input terminal
P1–P3).

Select a terminal to use as a second motor selection operation from the multi-function input terminals
(standard I/O model: P1–P3, advanced I/O model: P1–P5) and set the corresponding code (In65–In69)
to 12 (Second motor selection).
When the P5 terminal is selected, set the In69 code of the I/O Terminal groups to 12.
Select a motor between two motors connected to the inverter output terminals using the multi-

function terminals. When the first motor stops, you can run the second motor by the M2-04–30
parameters and the second motor selection terminal input.
Input the signal to the second motor selection terminal after the motor stops.
The M2-04, M2-05, M2-07, M2-12, and M2-25–M2-30 codes are identical to the parameter function
parameter.

6.13 Frequency Setting and 2nd Operation Mode Setting
The 2nd operation mode enables switching the parameter setting of the frequency reference source and
run command to the second parameter setting simultaneously using multi-function terminals. For
example, you can stop using the remote control that is operated using the communication option and
start control on the inverter unit.
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit

Operation

drv 1st Command source - 0–3 1 -
Frq 1st Frequency reference source - 0–10 0 -

bA (Basic)

041) 2nd Command source - 0–3 1 -
051) 2nd Frequency reference source - 0–10 0 -

In (Input
Terminal) 65–692)

Multi-function output terminal
function setting 22 0–27 - -
1) Set one of the multi-function input terminal codes (standard I/O model: In65–67, advanced I/O model: In65–
69) to 22 (2nd Source).
2) In68 and In69 are available only for models equipped with advanced I/O.

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The 1st operation mode is an operation without a 2nd source input set by the multi-function input
(In65–69).
Switching between the 1st and 2nd operations is enabled by turning ON/OFF the selected multi-
function input terminal.
The command source and frequency reference source are set by the 1st operation mode when the
multi-function terminal set as the 2nd operation mode is OFF. When the multi-function terminal is ON,
the command source and frequency reference source are set by the 2nd operation mode.
The following table details for bA04 and bA05 setting of the 2nd operation mode. The setting method
is the same as the 1st command source (drv) and the 1st frequency reference source (Frq).
Code Name Parameter

Setting Description

bA04 Command source 2

0 Operation via the [RUN] and [STOP/RESET] keys
1
Terminal
block
operation

FX: Forward operation command
RX: Reverse operation command

2

FX: Run command, stop command
RX: Select rotation direction (forward or
reverse)
3 Operation via the RS-485 communication1)

bA05 Frequency reference
source 2

0

Digital Keypad as digital frequency setting source 1
1 Keypad as digital frequency setting source 2
2

Analog

Integrated volume operation: 0–5 [V]
3 Terminal block’s V1 terminal: 0–10 [V]
4 Terminal block’s I2 (I) terminal: 0–20 [mA]1)
5 Terminal block’s I2(V) terminal: 0–10[V]1)
6 Integrated volume and terminal block I2 (I)1)
7 Integrated volume and terminal block I2 (V)1)
8 Integrated volume and terminal block V1
9 Operation via the RS-485 communiction1)
10 Up-down operation
1) Available only for models equipped with advanced I/O.

The following table details the operation settings when switching between the 1st operation mode
and the 2nd operation mode.
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Setting Unit

Operation

drv (1st) Command source 3 0–3 1 -
Frq (1st) Frequency reference source 0 0–10 0 -

bA (Basic)

04 2nd Command source 1 0–3 1 -
05 2nd Frequency reference source 0 0–10 0 -

In (Input
Terminal) 691)

Multi-function input P5 input
terminal 22 0–27 4 -
1) For models equipped with standard I/O, you can set the parameter by In65–67 (Multi-function input terminal
P1–P3

The operation is as shown in the graph below when the parameters are set as above, the command
frequency is set to 30 Hz, and Ad08=0.

① Accelerates to the set frequency for the acceleration time by receiving the FX signal as the
1st operation command.
② The P5 terminal input is ON and the operation mode is switched to the 2nd operation mode.
With the bA04 code set to Terminal operation 1, the inverter keeps operating while the FX
terminal is ON.

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③ The P5 terminal input is OFF and the operation mode is switched to the 1st operation mode.
With the drv code set to the operation command, the inverter decelerates and stops
according to the stop command.
④ With the communication FX signal (1st operation command) ON, the inverter accelerates to
the set frequency.
⑤ The P5 terminal input is ON and the operation mode switches to the 2nd operation mode.
With the bA04 code set to Terminal operation 1 and FX terminal set to OFF, the inverter
decelerates and stops.

When setting the multi-function terminal (standard I/O model: P1–P3, advanced I/O model: P1–P5) is set
to the 2nd command source (2nd Source) and input (ON) the signal, operation state is changed because the
frequency setting and the Operation command will be changed to the 2nd command. Before shifting input
to the multi-function terminal, ensure that the 2nd command is correctly set.

6.14 Input Voltage Setting
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit
bA (Basic) 19 Inverter input voltage - 170–240 220 V

The inverter input voltage can be set at the bA19 code.
The low voltage trip level is modified according to the input voltage.

6.15 Parameter Initialization
Group Code Name Parameter Setting Initial
Value

CF
(Configuration) 93

Parameter
initialization

0 Do not initialize

0

1 Initialize all groups
2 Initialize Operation group
3 Initialize dr group
4 Initialize bA group
5 Initialize Ad group
6 Initialize Cn group
7 Initialize In group
8 Initialize OU group
9 Initialize CM group
10 Initialize AP group
11 Initialize Pr group
12 Initialize M2 group
13 Initialize CF group

Select a group to initialize and then execute the initialization at the CF93 code.
Set the parameter value at the CF93 code and press the [ENT] key. After the initialization is complete,
CF93 is displayed again.

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Password Registration
Group Code Name Parameter

Setting Setting Range

Initial
Value Unit

CF
(Configuration)

94 Password

registration - 0000–FFFF 0000 -
95 Parameter lock - 0000–FFFF 0000 -

Register a password to prevent unauthorized modification of parameter settings (CF95). The
password must be comprised of hexadecimal characters (0–9, A, b, C, d, E, F).

If you locked the parameter using a password, you must use the password to disable the parameter lock.
Therefore, it is very important that you memorize the password.

The factory default password is ‘0000.’ When first registering a password, enter any password except
for ‘0000.’
Follow the instructions below when you first register a password.
Step Instruction Keypad Display
1 Go to the CF94 code. cf94
2 Press the [ENT] key twice. 0000
3 Register the password (for example, ‘0123’). 0123
4 The password flashes. 0123
5 Press the [ENT] key. --cf94_

Follow the instructions below to change the password. The following example details changing the
current password ‘0123’ to a new password ‘0456.’
Step Description Keypad Display
1 Go to the CF94 code. cf94
2 Press the [ENT] key. 0000
3 Try entering different passwords from the current password (for example,

‘0122’), and then press the [ENT] key. 0122
4 ‘0’ is displayed when the wrong password is entered. You cannot change the

password. 0000
5 Enter the correct current password. 0123
6 Press the [ENT] key. 0123
7 Enter a new password. 0456
8 Press the [ENT] key again. The new password will flash. 0456
9 Press the [ENT] key. cf94

6.16 Parameter Lock
Group Code Name Parameter

Setting Setting Range

Initial
Value Unit

CF (Configuration)

95 Parameter lock - 0000–FFFF 0000 -
94 Password registration - 0000–FFFF 0000 -

Use parameter lock to prevent unauthorized modification of parameter settings. To enable parameter
lock, register and enter a user password first.
Follow the instructions below to prevent unauthorized modification of parameter settings using the
password registered at the CF94 code.
Step Instruction Keypad Display
1 Go to the CF95 code. cf95
2 Press the [ENT] key. ul
3 ‘UL’ (Unlock) is displayed when the parameter settings can be

modified. ul
4 Press the [ENT] key. 0000
5 Enter the value registered at the CF94 code (for example, ‘0123’). 0123

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Step Instruction Keypad Display
6 Press the [ENT] key. l
7 ‘L’ (Lock) is displayed when the parameter settings cannot be

modified. l
8 Press the [ENT] key. cf95

Follow the instructions below to disable parameter lock settings using the password registered at the
CF94 code.
Step Instruction Keypad Display
1 Go to the CF95 code. cf95
2 Press the [ENT] key. l
3 ‘L’ (Lock) is displayed when the parameter settings cannot be

modified. l
4 Press the [ENT] key. 0000
5 Enter the value registered at the CF94 code (for example, ‘0123’). 0123
6 Press the [ENT] key. ul
7 ‘UL’ (Unlock) is displayed when the parameter settings can be

modified. ul
8 Press the [ENT] key. cf95

6.17 Voltage Trip Prevention During Deceleration
Voltage trip prevention during deceleration uses regenerative brake force to prevent over voltage trips
when the inverter decelerates or stops.
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit

Ad
(Advanced) 08 Stop mode 0 0–2 0 -

Pr
(Protection)

50

BIT 0 (--1): Stall protection
during acceleration
BIT 1 (-1-): Stall protection
while operating at a constant
speed
BIT 2 (1--): Stall protection
during deceleration

- 000–111 000 Bits

531) Voltage limit during deceleration 0 0–1 0 -

1) Pr53 (Voltage limit during deceleration) is available when BIT2 of the Pr50 code is set to 1.

To enable the over voltage trip during deceleration, set BIT2 of the Pr50 code to 1. The stall
prevention during deceleration is enabled only during deceleration.

6.18 Brake Control
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit
dr (Drive) 09 Control mode 0 0–1 1 -

Ad
(Advanced)

411) Brake open current - 0.0–180.0 50.0 %
421) Brake open delay time - 0.00–10.00 1.00 sec
441) Brake open forward frequency - 0.00–

Max frq. 1.00 Hz
451) Brake open reverse frequency - 0.00–

Max frq. 1.00 Hz
461) Brake close delay time - 0.00–10.00 1.00 sec
471) Brake close frequency - 0.00–

Max frq. 2.00 Hz

OU (Output
Terminal)

31/
32

Multi-function relay function
setting /
Multi-function output 2 function
setting

19 0–19 17 -

1) Ad41, Ad42, and Ad44–47 are available when OU31 or OU32 is set to 19.

Brake control is used to control the On/Off operation of the electronic brake load system and is
enabled only when the dr09 code is set to 0 (V/F steady control). Therefore, check the control mode
first and then configure the sequence.
The DC braking and dwell operation are disabled at startup with the brake control enabled.

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Brake release sequence
During motor stop state, if an operation command is entered, the inverter accelerates up to brake
release frequency (Ad44– 45) in forward or in reverse direction. After reaching brake release
frequency, if motor current reaches brake release current (Ad41), the output relay or multi-function
output terminal for brake control sends a release signal. Once the signal has been sent, acceleration
will begin after maintaining frequency for brake release delay time (Ad42).
Brake engage sequence
If a stop command is sent during operation, the motor decelerates. Once the output frequency reaches
brake engage frequency (Ad47), the motor stops deceleration and sends out a brake engage signal to a
preset output terminal. Frequency is maintained for the brake engage delay time (Ad46) and will
become 0 afterwards.

The external brake control is used only when the control mode is set to V/F steady control and the brake
open frequency is lower than the brake close frequency.

6.19 Analog Output
An output size can be adjusted by selecting an output option at the AO (Analog Output) terminal.
OU01: Outputs a selected output option in the following table at the AO (Analog Output) terminal.
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit

OU (Output
Terminal)

01 Analog output option - 0–3 0 -
02 Analog output level - 10–200 100 %

Code Name Parameter Setting Outputs for 10V

OU01 Analog output option

0 Output frequency Maximum frequency (FrM)
1 Output current 150% of the inverter rated current
2 Output voltage AC 282 V
3 Inverter DC voltage DC 410 V

OU02: Adjusts the analog output value based on various meters when an analog output is used as the
input to the meter.

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6.20 Digital Output

Multi-function Relay Output Terminal Settings
Set an output option for the inverter relay.
Group Code Name Setting Range Initial
Value

OU
(Output
Terminal)

31
/321)

Multi-
function
relay
function
/Multi-
function
output 2
function

0 FDT-1

17

1 FDT-2
2 FDT-3
3 FDT-4
4 FDT-5
5 Overload (OL)
6 Inverter overload (IOL)
7 Motor stall (STALL)
8 Over voltage trip (Ovt)
9 Low voltage trip (Lvt)
10 Inverter cooling pin overheat (OHt)
11 Lost command
12 RUN
13 Stop
14 Steady
15 Speed search
16 Ready
17 Trip output
18 Cooling fan abnormal condition warning
19 Brake control signal

30 1) Fault output

bit 000–111

010

--1 When the low voltage trip occurs
-1- When a trip occurs except low voltage trip
1-- After a trip occurs while Pr09 (Auto restart count)
has been set
1) OU30: The multi-function output terminal and relay with the OU30 settings operate when the OU31 or OU32
code is set to 17 (Trip output).

Multi-function Relay Function/Multi-function Output 2 Function Setting Details
OU31
(OU32)
Parameter
Setting

Description

0 : FDT-1

Detects inverter output frequency reaching the user set frequency. Outputs a signal
when the absolute value (set frequency–output frequency) ≤ detected frequency
width/2.
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value

Unit

OU (Output
Terminal) 58

Detection
frequency
band

- 0.00–

Max frq. 10.00 Hz

When the OU58 code is set to 10.0, the
FDT-1 output is as shown in the graph.

1 : FDT-2

Outputs a signal when the user set frequency and detected frequency (OU57) are
equal, and fulfills FDT-1 condition at the same time.

(Set frequency = detected frequency) &[FDT-1]

Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value

Unit

OU (Output
Terminal)

57 Detection

frequency -

0.00–
Max frq.

30.00

Hz

58

Detection
frequency
band

- 10.00

When the OU57, OU58 codes
are set to 30 Hz and 10 Hz
respectively, FDT-2 output is
as shown in the graph.

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25Hz

설정
주파수

주파수
MO

30Hz

50Hz

운전 지령

15Hz

설정
주파수

주파수
MO

20Hz

40Hz

20Hz

40Hz

35Hz

운전지령

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OU31 (OU32)
Parameter
Setting

Description

2 : FDT-3

Outputs a signal when the Absolute value (output frequency–operation frequency) ≤
detected frequency width/2.
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value

Unit

OU (Output
Terminal)

57 Detection

frequency -

0.00–
Max frq.

30.00

Hz

58

Detection
frequency
band

- 10.00

When the OU57, OU58
codes are set to 30 Hz
and 10 Hz respectively,
FDT-3 output is as
shown in the graph.

3 : FDT-4

Outputs a signal in the following conditions:
• In acceleration: Operation frequency≧ Detected frequency
• In deceleration: Operation frequency>(Detected frequency–Detected
frequency width/2)

Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value

Unit

OU (Output
Terminal)

57 Detection

frequency -

0.00–
Max frq.

30.00
58 Detection Hz
frequency
band

- 10.00

When the OU57, OU58
codes are set to 30 Hz and
10 Hz respectively, FDT-
4 output is as shown in
the graph.

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주파수
MO
운전 지령

25Hz

30Hz

주파수
MO
운전 지령

25Hz

30Hz

35Hz

OU31 (OU32)
Parameter
Setting

Description

4 : FDT-5

Outputs a signal to the B contact, in reverse to the FDT-4, in the following conditions:
• In acceleration: Operation frequency ≥ Detected frequency
• In deceleration: Operation frequency>(Detected frequency–Detected
frequency width/2)

Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value

Unit

OU (Output
Terminal)

57 Detection

frequency -

0.00–
Max frq.

30.00
58 Detection Hz
frequency
band

- 10.00

When the OU57, OU58
codes are set to 30 Hz and
10 Hz respectively, FDT-
5 output is as shown in
the graph.

5 : Overload
(OL) Refer to 7.1.2 Overload Early Warning and Trip on page 161.
6 : Inverter
overload (IOL) Refer to 7.2.3 Inverter Overload Protection on page 165.
7 : Motor stall
(STALL) Refer to 7.1.3 Stall Prevention on page 162.
8 : Over voltage
trip (Ovt)

Outputs a signal when the DC voltage of the inverter’s main circuit rises above the rated
voltage (410 Vdc).

9 : Low voltage
trip (Lvt)

Outputs a signal when the DC voltage of the inverter’s main circuit drops under the
rated voltage (initial value: 170 Vdc, determined by the bA19 setting) and a low voltage
trip occurs.

10 : Inverter
cooling pin
overheat (OHt)
(OHt)

Outputs a signal when the inverter cooling pin overheats.

주파수
MO
운전 지령

25Hz

30Hz

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OU31 (OU32)
Parameter
Setting

Description

11 : Lost
command

Outputs a signal when there is a loss of analog input (V0, V1 ,I21) input) terminal
and RS-485 communication command.

12 : RUN

Outputs a signal when
operation command is
entered and the inverter
outputs voltage.

13: Stop Outputs a signal when the inverter does not run.

14 : Steady

Outputs a signal in steady
operation.

15 : Speed
search Refer to 6.9 Speed Search Operation on page 127.
16 : Ready Outputs signal when the inverter is in stand by operation and ready to receive an
external operation command.
17 : Trip output

Outputs a signal according to the OU30 code settings.
Example) If the OU31 code is set to 17, and the OU30 code is set to 2, the multi-
function relay operates when a trip (except a low voltage trip) occurs.

18 : Cooling fan
abnormal
warning

Outputs a signal when the Pr79 code is set to 0 (Continuous operation when cooling fan
fault). Refer to 6.22 Operation Mode Setting When Cooling Fan is Abnormal on page
150.

19 : Brake
control signal

Outputs a signal when the external brake signal is set. Refer to 6.18 Brake Control on
page 140.
1) I2 input is available only for models equipped with advanced I/O.

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MO
운전 지령

주파수
MO
운전 지령

6.21 Draw Operation
Group Code Name Parameter

Setting Setting Range

Initial
Setting Unit

AP (Application)

70 Draw operation - 0–4 0 -
71 Draw ratio - 0.0–100.0 0.0 %

Draw operation is a tension control. This feature allows a constant tension to be applied to the
material that is drawn by a motor-driven device, by fine-tuning the motor speed using operation
frequencies that are proportional to a ratio of the main frequency reference.
The ratio applied to the output frequency differs by the AP70 (Draw operation) parameter setting.
Code Name Parameter

Setting Function

AP70 Draw operation

0 No draw operation
1 V1 (0–10 V) input draw operation
2 V0 (0–5 V) input draw operation
3 I2 (I) (0–20 mA) input draw operation1)
4 I2 (V) (0–10 V) input draw operation1)
1) Available only for models equipped with advanced I/O.

Set the AP70 code to 1, 2, or 3.
If the input value is higher than the analog input’s median value that is determined by the parameter
settings of In08–11, In38–41, In53–56, and In58–61, the value is applied to the output frequency as a
positive value, as much as the ratio set by AP71. If it is lower than the median value, it is applied as a
negative value.
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Example of Draw Operation
When the set frequency is 30 Hz, AP70=1(V1: 0 –10 V), AP71=10.0%, and In07–In11 are set to the
factory default settings, the frequency converted to the draw operation is 27 Hz (V1=0 V)–33 Hz
(V1=10 V).
When the AP70 code is set to 1 (V1), the frequency is calculated by the following formula:

• Set the operation command at the Frq/bA05 codes and other frequencies at the AP70 code (Draw
operation).
• For example, the draw operation is disabled if Frq=3 (V1) and AP70=1 (V1).

6.22 Operation Mode Setting When Cooling Fan is
Abnormal
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Setting Unit

Pr (Protection) 79 sCooling fan fault operation

election - 0–1 1 -

OU (Output
Terminal)

31/
32

Multi-function relay function
selection/Multi-function output 2
function selection

18 0–19 17 -

Set the continuous operation or stop when a cooling fan fault occurs at the Pr79 code.
When the Pr79 code is set to 0 (Continuous operation when cooling fan fault), the warning signal is
output at the OU31 code.

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Parameter
Setting Description

Pr79 = 0

Sets continuous operation when a cooling fan fault occurs.
The inverter does not stop and keeps operating.
• A cooling fan fault signal can be output using the multi-function relay or multi-
function output 2 terminal when the OU31 or OU32 code is set to 18 (Cooling fan
warning signal).

If you keep operating the inverter when a cooling fan fault occurs, the inverter
cooling pin overheats and the cooling pin overheat protection may activate. Also, the
lifespan of important components inside the inverter may be shortened by the rise of
the internal temperature. Operate the inverter after fixing the cooling fan fault.

Pr79 = 1

Set the operation to stop when a cooling fan fault occurs.
• The keypad segment displays and the inverter stops operation.
• A cooling fan fault signal can be output when the OU31 or OU32 code is set to 17
(Trip output).

6.23 Operation State Monitor
Output Current
The inverter output current can be monitored by the CUr code in the Operation group.
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit
Operation CUr Output current - - - A

Motor RPM
The motor RPM can be monitored by the rPM code in the Operation group.
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit
Operation rPM Motor RPM - - - rpm
bA (Basic) 11 Number of motor poles - 2–12 4 -
AP (Application) 01 PID control selection - 0–1 0 -

Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit
Ad (Advanced) 63 Motor RPM display gain - 1–1,000 100 %

When the dr09 code is set to 0 (V/F control), the motor slip is not compensated and the inverter
output frequency (f) is converted to rPM by the following formula:

100%

63

11

120 Ad
bA

f
rPM  



 

When the AP01 code is set to 1 (PID control), the volume of feedback is displayed as a frequency.
bA11: Inputs the number of motor poles on the motor rating plate.
Ad63: Inputs the motor RPM display gain with the gear rate involved when the motor system RPM is
monitored rather than the motor shaft RPM.

DC Voltage of the Inverter Main Circuit
Monitor the DC voltage of the inverter’s main circuit at the dCL code in the Operation group.
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit
Operation dCL Inverter DC voltage - - - V

The voltage multiplied by 2 of the inverter input voltage is displayed when the motor does not run.
User Select Signal Code Options
You can monitor an option set by the dr81 code in the Drive group at vOL.
If output power, torque, analog V1 terminal input, or analog I2 terminal input1) are selected, the vOL
code display changes to POr, tOr, v1M, or I2M1) respectively.
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit
Operation vOL User select signal - - - V
dr (Drive) 81 Monitor code selection - 0 ~ 4 0 -
dr81: Set an option to display in the following table.
Code Name Parameter

Setting Function Output

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Code Name Parameter

Setting Function Output

dr81 Monitor code selection

0 Output voltage [V] vOL
1 Output power [kW] POr
2 Torque [kgf  m] tOr
3 Analog V1 terminal input [V] v1M
4 Analog I2 terminal input [mA/V]1) I2M
1) Analog I2 terminal and I2M are available only for models equipped with advanced I/O. A current mode and
voltage mode are switched by operating SW2, and the current is displayed up to 20 mA and the voltage up to
10 V when current is input.

For the display accuracy of torque, enter the motor efficiency on the motor rating plate at the bA15
code.

Range Selection At Power Input
An option set by the CF01 code in the Configuration group is displayed when power is input. When
the parameters 12–15 are set, output current, motor RPM, DC voltage, and user select signal are
displayed.
Group Code Name Setting Range Initial
Value

CF
(Configuration) 01

Select ranges at power
input

0 Run frequency (0.00)

0

1 Acceleration time (ACC)
2 Deceleration time (dEC)
3 Command source (drv)
4 Frequency reference source
(Frq)
5 Motor selection (MkW)
6 Motor rated
current (MrC)
7 Base frequency (MbF)
8 Maximum frequency (FrM)
9 Output voltage setting (IOv)
10 Forward torque boost (Ftb)
11 Reverse torque boost (rtb)
12 Output current (Cur)
13 Motor RPM (rPM)
14 Inverter DC voltage (dCL)
15 User select signal
16 Out of order signal (nOn)
17 Open hidden group (OGr)

6.24 I/O Terminal Block State Monitor
Input Terminal Block State Monitor
Monitor a current ON or OFF state of the input terminal block by the In90 code in the Input Terminal
group.
Group Code Name Parameter

Setting Setting Range

Initial
Value Unit

In (Input Terminal) 90 Input monitor

block state signal -

000–111(Standard)
00000–11111(Advanced) - Bits
When the input terminal P1, P3, and P4 are ON, the keypad segment is displayed as the following:

※ Only 1P–3P are available for models equipped with standard I/O.

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Output Terminal Block State Monitor
Monitor a current ON or OFF state of the multi-function relay and the open collector output by the
OU41 code in the Output Terminal group.

Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit

OU (Output
Terminal) 41

Output monitor block state
signal - 00–11 00 Bits

When the multi-function relay 1 is ON and the open collector output (standard I/O) is OFF, the
keypad segment is displayed as the following:

6.25 Fault State Monitor
Current Fault state Monitor
The nOn code in the Operation group displays a fault type when a trip occurs during the operation.
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit
Operation nOn Out of order signal - - - -

When a trip occurs, you can view the information for the fault type and the inverter operation state,
fault type, frequency, current, and acceleration/deceleration information sequentially. Refer to 3
Learning to Perform Basic Operations on page 39 for more information about how to use the keypad.
Item Display Example
Frequency

Current

Acceleration/Deceleration
information

Trip occurred during acceleration
Trip occurred during deceleration
Trip occurred at constant speed

Refer to 10.1 Trips on page 217 for more information about trip types.

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Fault History Monitor
Pr91–95: Saves information for up to 5 fault trips that occur during operation.
Pr96: Clears all information for the fault trips saved at the Pr91–95 codes.
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit

Pr
(Protection)

91 Fault history 1 - - nOn -
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
95 Fault history 5 - - nOn -
96 Fault history deletion - 0–1 0 -

Information of the current fault trip can be monitored by the nOn code in the Operation group when a
trip occurs during operation.
When you reset the inverter to clear the fault status by using the [STOP/RESET] key or a multi-
function terminal block, the information displayed by the Operation group is moved to the Pr91 code.
At this time, the previous fault information saved at the Pr91 code is moved to the Pr92 code
automatically. Therefore, the most recent trip information is saved in the lowest fault history codes.
If multiple trips occur at the same time, the trip information is saved at a single code in a sequential
order.
The following example details navigating to a different code after viewing a fault.

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7 Learning Protection Features

7.1 Motor Protection

Electronic Thermal Motor Overheating Prevention (ETH)
Set the Pr40 code to 1.
This feature is to protect motor from overheating based on inverse time-limit thermal characteristics.
The inverter output is blocked based on the ETH trip time in the figure below when the current
exceeds the value set at the Pr42 code.
Group Code Name Parameter

Setting Setting Range

Initial
Value Unit

Pr
(Protection)

40 Electronic thermal

selection 1 0–1 0 -
421) Electronic thermal 1

minute level -

Electronic thermal
continuous operation
level–200

150 %

431)2) Electronic thermal

continuous operation level -

50–
Electronic thermal 1
minute level

100 %

411) Motor cooling style - 0–1 0 -
1) Displayed only when Pr40 is set to 1.
2) The value cannot be set to 150% or more.

Pr42: Enter the motor’s maximum current per minute based on the motor-rated current. The value
cannot be set under the value set at Pr43.
Pr43: Enter the current to continuously operate the motor at. Generally, the value is the rated current
that is specified on the motor’s rating plate. The value cannot be set to the value set at Pr42, 150%, or
more than the values.
Pr4: The cooling effect of general induction motors differs depending on the revolutions because
cooler is attached to the motor’s axis. But some motors, such as vector induction motors, supply
separate power to the cooler to get a better cooling effect at low speeds.

Code Name Parameter

Setting Description

Pr411) Motor cooling style

0 General motor that cooler is attached to its axis
1 Motor that supplies separate power to the cooler

1) Displayed only when Pr40 is set to 1.

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Overload Early Warning and Trip
Set the OU31 code in the Input/output group to 5. (Overload: OL)

Group Code Name

Parame
ter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit

Pr (Protection)

181) Overload warning level - 30–150 150 %
19 Overload warning time - 0.0–30.0 10.0 s

OU (Output
Terminal)

31/
32

Multi-function relay feature
selection/
Multi-function output 2 feature
selection

5 0–19 17 -

1) Set this value based on the motor-rated current (MrC).

Overload trip
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit

Pr (Protection)

20 Overload trip selection 1 0–1 1 -
211) Overload trip level - 30–200 180 %
221) Overload trip time - 0.0–60.0 60.0 s
1) Displayed only when Pr20 (Overload warning selection) is set to 1.
Set the Pr20 code in the Protection (Pr) group to 1.
This feature is to block inverter output when the motor is overloaded.
The output is blocked when the current level exceeds the set value during the overload trip time.
When using the automatic restart function and the overload trip time is more than 30 seconds, the
number of automatic restarts after a fault trip is initialized, even if the fault trip occurs 30 seconds
after operation with a load that exceeds the overload trip level is started.

Stall Prevention
When accelerating: The motor decelerates when the current exceeds the value set at the Pr52 code.
When operating at a constant speed: The motor decelerates when the current exceeds the value set at
the Pr52 code.
When decelerating: The motor stops decelerating when the voltage of the internal DC circuit
increases to a certain level.
Pr52: Set this value based on the motor-rated current (MrC).
OU31/OU32: The motor stall status can be output to the connected external devices using the
inverter’s multi-function relay (3ABC). (The status is output whenever the motor is stalled, regardless
of the stall prevention (Pr50) setting.
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit

Pr (Protection)

50 Stall prevention selection - 000–111 000 Bit
52 Stall prevention level - 30–200 150 %

OU (Output
Terminal)

31/
32

Multi-function relay feature
selection/
Multi-function output 2 feature
selection

7 0–19 17 -

Pr50: Refer to the following table to configure the stall prevention setting.
Code Name bit Settings
Pr50 Stall prevention
selection

--1 Accelerating
-1- Operating at a constant speed
1-- Decelerating
Example) Set the Pr50 code to 011 to use stall prevention during acceleration and operating at a constant speed.

When stall prevention is activated, the acceleration and deceleration times become longer than the set
times because the motor decelerates during acceleration and stops decelerating during deceleration.
When using the t1 or t2 stall prevention settings during the steady operation, the motor accelerates
and decelerates based on the acceleration time (ACC) and deceleration time (dEC) set at the operation
group.

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7.2 Inverter and Sequence Protection

Output Open-phase Protection
Set the Pr05 code in the protection (Pr) group to 1.
Output open-phase: The inverter output is blocked when one of the 3 phases (U, V, W) of inverter
becomes an open phase.
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit

Pr (Protection) 05 Output open-phase protection

selection 1 0–1 0 -

Set the motor-rated current (MrC) correctly. The output open-phase protection function may not operate if
the MrC code value does not match the actual motor-rated current.

Code Name Parameter

Setting Description

Pr05 Output open-phase
protection selection

0 Set not to use output open-phase protection selection
1 Set to use output open-phase protection

External Trip Signal
Select a terminal to use as the external trip signal between the multi-function input terminals (standard
I/O model: P1–P3, advanced I/O model: P1 – P5).
If you want to use P4 as the external trip signal for terminal A and P5 as external trip signal terminal B,
set the In68 code to 18 and the In69 code to 19.
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit

In (Input
Terminal)

65 Multi-function input terminal P1

function setting -

0–27

0 -
– – – – –
681) Multi-function input terminal P4

function setting 18 3 -
691) Multi-function input terminal P5

function setting 19 4 -
1) The In68 and In69 (multi-function input terminal P4–P5) codes are available only for models equipped with
advanced I/O. When using models equipped with standard I/O, use In65–67 (multi-function input terminal
P1–P3).

External trip signal input terminal A (N.O.): Maintains open status between the P4 and CM terminals
for normal statuses and blocks output when a short circuit occurs.
External trip signal input terminal B (N.O.): Maintains short circuit status between the P5 and CM
terminals for normal statuses and blocks output when the circuit is open.
(The trip by the external trip signal input terminal B (Etb) cannot be cleared if the P5 function is
changed after the trip occurs. Short-circuit the P5 and CM to clear the trip first and change the
function.)

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_

Inverter Overload Protection
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit

OU (Output
Terminal)

31/
32

Multi-function relay feature
selection/
Multi-function output 2 feature
selection

6 0–19 17 -

When the inverter input current exceeds the rated current, a protective function is activated to prevent
damages to the inverter based on inverse proportional characteristics.
The multi-function relay (3ABC) signal can be output to the connected external devices when an
inverter overload trip occurs.

Speed Command Loss
When setting operation speed using an analog input at the terminal block or communication options,
speed command loss setting can be used to select the inverter operation for situations when the speed
command is lost due to the disconnection of signal cables.
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit

Pr
(Protection)

15 Time to determine analog speed

command loss 0 0–2 0 -
12 Motion at speed command loss - 0–2 0 -
13 Time to determine speed

command loss - 0.1–120.0 1.0 s

OU (Output
Terminal)

31/
32

Multi-function relay feature
selection/
Multi-function output 2 feature
selection

11 0–19 17 -

Pr15: Set time to determine analog speed command loss.
Code Name Parameter

Setting Description

Pr15

Time to determine
analog speed command
loss

0 Not operating
1 When the input value is less than the half of the
value set at the In 8, In38, and In53 codes
2 When the input value is less than the value set at
the In 8, In38, and In53 codes

Example 1) If the speed command is set to 3 (terminal block V1) at the Frq code in the operation group and Pr15
is set to 1, it is determined to be a speed command loss when the V1 input value is less than the half of the value
set at In08.
Example 2) If the speed command is selected to 6 (advanced I/O only, terminal block V0+I2 (I)) at the Frq code
in the operation group and Pr15 is set to 2, it is determined to be a speed command loss when the V0 input value
is less than the value set at In38 or the input of the I2(I) terminal is less than the value set at In53.

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Pr12: The inverter operates based on the Pr12 setting if conditions meet the Pr15 setting during the
time set at Pr13.
Code Name Parameter

Setting Description

Pr12 Motion at speed command
loss

0 Continue to run at frequency before the
command loss
1 Free run stop (output block)
2 Deceleration stop

OU31 (or OU32): The information about the speed command loss can be output to connected
external devices using the multi-function relay (3ABC) or multi-function output 2.
Example) When the Pr15 cod is set to 2, the Pr12 code is set to 2, the Pr13 code is set to 5.0 seconds, and the
OU31 code is set to 11

Dynamic Braking (DB) Resistor Configuration
Set the Pr65 code to 1.
Code Name Parameter

Setting Description

Pr65

DB resistor
warning level
setting

0 Use DB resistor without level limit
1 Use DB resistor during the time set at Pr66

Set the level (%ED: Enable Duty) at Pr66.
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit

Pr (Protection)

65 DB resistor warning level setting 1 0–1 1 -
661) DB resistor warning level - 0–30 10 %
1) Displayed only when Pr65 (DB resistor warning level limit setting) is set to 1.

Do not set the braking resistor to exceed the resistor’s power rating (Watt). If overloaded, it can overheat
and cause a fire. When using a resistor with a heat sensor, the sensor output can be used as an external trip
signal for the inverter’s multi-function input.

Braking resistor configuration sets the rate at which the braking resistor operates for one operation
cycle. The maximum time for continuous braking is 15 sec and the braking resistor signal is not
output from the inverter after the 15 sec period has expired. An example of braking resistor set up is
as follows:

Example 1)

100[%]

_ _ _ _

_
Pr66 

 T acc T steady T dec T stop

T dec

T_acc: Acceleration time to set frequency
T_steady: Constant speed operation time at set frequency
T_dec: Deceleration time to a frequency lower than constant speed
operation or the stop time from constant speed operation frequency
T_stop: Stop time until operation resumes

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주파수

T_acc T_steady T_dec T_stop

Example 2) 100[%]
_ _ 1 _ _ 2

_
Pr66 

 T dec T steady T acc T steady

T dec

주파수

T_acc

T_steady1

T_dec

T_steady2 _

Initial charging circuit trip(ROT)
Set the Pr80 code to 1.
Code Name Parameter

Setting Description

Pr80

Initial
charging
circuit trip
protection

0 Not use ROT function
1 Use ROT function

Initial charging circuit : The initial charging circuit limits the inrush current when supplying power to
the inverter, and it consists of a resistor and a relay.
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Unit

Pr (Protection) 80 Initial charging circuit trip

protection 1 0 –1 1 bit

The initial charging circuit trip protection function can be used only when input power is 0.4–2.2 kW,
and it does not protect trips due to a relay fusion.
This function activates and protects the inverter when the input power is unstable or an initial charging
circuit trip occurs while supplying power to the inverter. If the ROT continues to occur after turning the
power off and on again, stop using the inverter and contact the retailer or the LSIS customer service
center.
(The inverter may become damaged if you operate the inverter in an initial charging circuit trip status.)

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8 RS-485 Communication Features
This section in the user manual explains how to control the inverter with a PLC or a computer over a
long distance using the RS-485 communicationfeatures. RS-485 communication features are
available only for M100 models equipped with advanced I/O. To use the RS-485 communication
features, connect the communication cables and set the communication parameters on the inverter.
Refer to the communication protocols and parameters to configure and use the RS-485
communication features.

8.1 Communication Standards
Following the RS-485 communication standards, M100 products exchange data with a PLC and
computer. The RS-485 communication standards support the Multi-drop Link System and offer an
interface that is strongly resistant to noise. Please refer to the following table for details about the
communication standards.
Item Standard
Communication method/
Transmission type RS-485/Bus type, Multi-drop Link System
Inverter type name M100
Number of connected inverters/
Transmission distance

Maximum of 16 inverters / Maximum 1,200m (recommended distance:
within 700m)
Recommended cable size 2 Pair Shielded Twisted Pair Cable (keep it a safe distance from the
power cable.)
Installation type 1) RJ45 connector (pin 1: S+, pin 8: S-, pin 7: SG) on the I/O board
Power supply Supplied by the inverter– an insulated power source from the inverter’s
power circuit
Communication speed 1,200/ 2,400/ 4,800/ 9,600/ 19,200/ 38,400 bps
Control procedure Asynchronous communications system
Communication system Half duplex system
Character system Modbus-RTU: Binary / LS Bus: ASCII

Item Standard
Stop bit length 1-bit/2-bit
Frame error check 2 bytes
Parity check None/Even/Odd
1) Refer to the following when connecting the communication line:
• Use a 2-pair STP (Shielded Twisted Pair) cable (use
only pin 1: S+, pin 8: S-, and pin 7: SG, pin 1 and pin
8 have to be twisted type) and RJ45 STP plug.
For connections between inverters or extension cables,
use an RJ45 coupler (Y-type LAN coupler that the
STP plug can be attached to).
Use cables, plugs, and couplers that conform to the
LAN standard: CAT5, CAT5e, and CAT6.
• Maintain a safe distance between the communication
line and the power cable.

8.2 Communication System Configuration
In an RS-485 communication system, the PLC or computer is the master device and the inverter is the
slave device. When using a computer as the master, the RS-232 converter must be integrated with the
computer, so that it can communicate with the inverter through the RS-232/RS-485 converter.
Specifications and performance of converters may vary depending on the manufacturer, but the basic
functions are identical. Please refer to the converter manufacturer’s user manual for details about
features and specifications.
Connect the wires and configure the communication parameters on the inverter by referring to the
following illustration of the communication system configuration.

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Communication Line Connection
Make sure that the inverter is turned off completely, and then connect the RS-485 communication line
to the RJ45 connector (pin 1: S+, pin 8: S–, pin 7: SG) of the I/O board. The maximum number of
inverters you can connect is 16. Use a shielded twisted pair cable for communication, and keep it a
safe distance from the power cable during installation.
The maximum length of the communication line is 1,200 meters, but it is recommended to use no
more than 700 meters of communication line to ensure stable communication. Please use a repeater to
enhance the communication speed when using a communication line longer than 1,200 meters or
when using a large number of devices. A repeater is effective when smooth communication is not
available due to noise interference.

When wiring the communication line, make sure that the communication ground (SG) on the inverter and
the PLC or computer are connected. SG terminals prevent communication errors due to electronic noise
interference.

Setting Communication Parameters
Before proceeding with setting communication configurations, make sure that the communication
lines are connected properly. Turn on the inverter and set the communication parameters.
Group Code Name Parameter Setting Setting

Range Unit

CM
(Communication)1)

01 Inverter station ID 1 1–250 -
02 Communication protocol

selection 0 ModBus RTU 0, 1 -
03 Communication speed 3 9,600 bps 0–5 -
04 Parity/stop bit setting 0 D8/PN/S1 0–3 -
05 Communication time setting 5 2–100 msec
1) Available only for models equipped with advanced I/O.

Communication Parameters Setting Details
Code Description
CM01 Set the inverter station ID between 1 and 250. Set the inverter station ID between 1 and
250.

CM02

Select one of the two built-in protocols: Modbus-RTU or LS INV 485.
Setting Function
0 Modbus-RTU Modbus-RTU compatible protocol
1 LS INV 485 Dedicated protocol for the LS inverter

CM03

Set a communication setting speed up to 115,200 bps.
Setting Function
0 1,200 bps
1 2,400 bps
2 4,800 bps
3 9,600 bps
4 19,200 bps
5 38,400 bps

CM04

Set a communication configuration. Set the data length, parity check method, and the
number of stop bits.
Setting Function
0 D8/PN/S1 8-bit data / no parity check / 1 stop bit
1 D8/PN/S2 8-bit data / no parity check / 2 stop bit
2 D8/PE/S1 8-bit data / even parity / 1 stop bit
3 D8/PO/S1 8-bit data / odd parity / 1 stop bit

CM05

Set the response time for the slave (inverter) to react to the request from the master.
Response time is used in a system where the slave device response is too fast for the
master device to process. Set this code to an appropriate value for smooth master-slave
communication.

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Setting Operation Command and Frequency
To select the built-in RS485 communication as the source of command, set the Frq code to 9 (Int485)
on the keypad (basic keypad with 7-segment display). On an LCD keypad, set the DRV code to 3
(Int485). Then, set common area parameters for the operation command and frequency via
communication.
Group Code Name Parameter Setting Setting Range Unit
Operation drv Command source 3 Int 4851) 0–3 -
Frq Frequency setting method 9 Int 4851) 0–10 -
1) Available only for models equipped with advanced I/O.

Command Loss Protective Operation
Configure the command loss decision standards and protective operations run when a communication
problem lasts for a specified period of time.
Command Loss Protective Operation Setting Details
Code and
Function Description

Pr12 Motion at
speed command
loss,
Pr13 Time to
determine speed
command loss

Select the operation to run when a communication error has occurred and lasted
exceeding the time set at Pr13.

Pr12 Setting Function
0 None

The speed command before the command loss
immediately becomes the operation frequency without
any protection function.
1 Free-Run The inverter blocks output. The motor performs in free-
run condition.
2 Dec The motor decelerates and then stops.

Parameter Group for Data Transmission
By defining a parameter group for data transmission, the communication addresses registered in the
communication function group (CM) can be used in communication. Parameter group for data
transmission may be defined to transmit multiple parameters at once, into the communication frame.
Group Code Name Parameter
Setting

Setting
Range Unit

CM
(Communication)1)

31–38 Read address registration

x - 0000–A4FF Hex
51–58 Write address

registration x - 0000–A4FF Hex
1) Available only for models equipped with advanced I/O.

Currently Registered CM Group Parameter
Address Parameter Assigned content by bit
0h0100–0h0107 Status Parameter-1–
Status Parameter-8

Parameter communication code value registered at CM.31-38
(Read-only)

0h0108–0h010F Control Parameter-1–
Control Parameter-8

Parameter communication code value registered at CM.51-58
(Read/Write access)

8.3 Communication Protocol
The built-in RS-485 communication supports LS INV 485 and Modbus-RTU protocols.

LS INV 485 Protocol
The slave device (inverter) responds to read and write requests from the master device (PLC or PC).
Request
ENQ Station ID CMD Data SUM EOT
1 byte 2 bytes 1 byte n bytes 2 bytes 1 byte_

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Normal Response
ACK Station ID CMD Data SUM EOT
1 byte 2 bytes 1 byte n x 4 bytes 2 bytes 1 byte

Error Response
NAK Station ID CMD Error code SUM EOT
1 byte 2 bytes 1 byte 2 bytes 2 bytes 1 byte
• A request starts with ENQ and ends with EOT.
• A normal response starts with ACK and ends with EOT.
• An error response starts with NAK and ends with EOT.
• A station ID indicates the inverter number and is displayed as a two-byte ASCII-HEX string that
uses characters 0-9 and A-F.
• CMD: Uses uppercase characters (returns an IF error if lowercase characters are encountered)—
please refer to the following table.
Character ASCII-HEX Command
‘R’ 52h Read
‘W’ 57h Write
‘X’ 58h Request monitor registration
‘Y’ 59h Perform monitor registration
• Data: ASCII-HEX (for example, when the data value is 3000: 3000 → ‘0’’B’’B’’8’h → 30h 42h
42h 38h)• Data: ASCII-HEX (for example, when the data value is 3000: 3000 →
‘0’’B’’B’’8’h → 30h 42h 42h 38h)
• Error code: ASCII-HEX
• Transmission/reception buffer size: Transmission=39 bytes, Reception=44 bytes
• Monitor registration buffer: 8 Words
• SUM: Checks communication errors via sum.
SUM=a total of the lower 8 bits values for station ID, command and data (Station ID+CMD+Data)
in ASCII-HEX.

For example, a command to read 1 address from address 3000:
SUM=‘0’+‘1’+’R’+‘3’+‘0’+‘0’+‘0’+’1’ = 30h+31h+52h+33h+30h+30h+30h+31h = 1A7h (the
control value is not included: ENQ, ACK, NAK, etc.).
ENQ Station ID CMD Address Number of

Addresses SUM EOT
05h ‘01’ ‘R’ ‘3000’ ‘1’ ‘A7’ 04h
1 byte 2 bytes 1 byte 4 bytes 1 byte 2 bytes 1 byte

Note

Broadcasting
Broadcasting sends commands to all inverters connected to the network simultaneously. When commands
are sent from station ID 255, each inverter acts on the command regardless of the station ID. However no
response is issued for commands transmitted by broadcasting.

Detailed Read Protocol
Read Request: Reads successive n words from address XXXX.
ENQ Station ID CMD Address Number of

Addresses SUM EOT
05h ‘01’–’FA’ ‘R’ ‘XXXX‘ ‘1’–‘8’ = n ‘XX’ 04h
1 byte 2 bytes 1 byte 4 bytes 1 byte 2 bytes 1 byte
Total bytes=12. Characters are displayed inside single quotation marks (‘).

Read Normal Response
ACK Station ID CMD Data SUM EOT
06h ‘01’–’FA’ ‘R’ ‘XXXX‘ ‘XX’ 04h
1 byte 2 bytes 1 byte n x 4 bytes 2 bytes 1 byte
Total bytes= (7 x n x 4): a maximum of 39

Read Error Response
NAK Station ID CMD Error code SUM EOT
15h ‘01’–’FA’ ‘R’ ‘**’ ‘XX’ 04h
1 byte 2 bytes 1 byte 2 bytes 2 bytes 1 byte
Total bytes=9

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Detailed Write Protocol
Write Request
ENQ Station ID CMD Address Number of

Addresses Data SUM EOT
05h ‘01’–’FA’ ‘W’ ‘XXXX‘ ‘1’–‘8’ = n ‘XXXX…’ ‘XX’ 04h
1 byte 2 bytes 1 byte 4 bytes 1 byte n x 4 bytes 2 bytes 1 byte
Total bytes= (12 x n x 4): a maximum of 44

Write Normal Response
ACK Station ID CMD Data SUM EOT
06h ‘01’–’FA’ ‘W’ ‘XXXX…’ ‘XX’ 04h
1 byte 2 bytes 1 byte n x 4 bytes 2 bytes 1 byte
Total bytes= (7 x n x 4): a maximum of 39

Write Error Response
NAK Station ID CMD Error code SUM EOT
15h ‘01’–’FA’ ‘W’ ‘**’ ‘XX’ 04h
1 byte 2 bytes 1 byte 2 bytes 2 bytes 1 byte
Total bytes=9

Note
Operation command and command frequency return the past data when answering the first write request,
and return their own data when answering the second write request.

Monitor Registration Detailed Protocol
Monitor registration request is made to designate the type of data that requires continuous monitoring
and periodic updating.
Monitor Registration Request: Registration requests for n addresses (where n refers to the number
of addresses. The addresses do not have to be contiguous.)
ENQ Station ID CMD Number of

Addresses Address SUM EOT
05h ‘01’–’FA’ ‘X’ ‘1’–‘8’=n ‘XXXX…’ ‘XX’ 04h
1 byte 2 bytes 1 byte 1 byte n x 4 bytes 2 bytes 1 byte
Total bytes= (8 x n x 4): a maximum of 40

Monitor Registration Normal Response
ACK Station ID CMD SUM EOT
06h ‘01’–’FA’ ‘X’ ‘XX’ 04h
1 byte 2 bytes 1 byte 2 bytes 1 byte
Total bytes=7

Monitor Registration Error Response
NAK Station ID CMD Error code SUM EOT
15h ‘01’–’FA’ ‘X’ ‘**’ ‘XX’ 04h
1 byte 2 bytes 1 byte 2 bytes 2 bytes 1 byte
Total bytes=9

Monitor Registration Perform Request: A data read request for a registered address, received from
a monitor registration request
ENQ Station ID CMD SUM EOT
05h ‘01’–’FA’ ‘Y’ ‘XX’ 04h
1 byte 2 bytes 1 byte 2 bytes 1 byte
Total bytes=7

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Monitor Registration Execution Normal Response
ACK Station ID CMD Data SUM EOT
06h ‘01’–’FA’ ‘Y’ ‘XXXX…’ ‘XX’ 04h
1 byte 2 bytes 1 byte n x 4 bytes 2 bytes 1 byte
Total bytes= (7 x n x 4): a maximum of 39

Monitor Registration Execution Error Response
NAK Station ID CMD Error code SUM EOT
15h ‘01’–’FA’ ‘Y’ ‘**’ ‘XX’ 04h
1 byte 2 bytes 1 byte 2 bytes 2 bytes 1 byte
Total bytes=9

Error code
Item Abbreviation Description
ILLEGAL FUNCTION IF The requested function cannot be performed by a slave
because the corresponding function does not exist.
ILLEGAL DATA
ADDRESS IA The received parameter address is invalid at the slave.
ILLEGAL DATA
VALUE ID The received parameter data is invalid at the slave.
WRITE MODE ERROR WM

Tried writing (W) to a parameter that does not allow writing
(read-only parameters, or when writing is prohibited during
operation)
FRAME ERROR FE The frame size does not match.

ASCII Code
Character Hex Character Hex Character Hex
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C
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F
G
H
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46
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48
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4C
4D
4E
4F
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
5A
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
6A
6B
6C
6D
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6F
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75
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30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
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20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
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2B
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2D
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3C
3D
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BEL
BS
CAN
CR
DC1
DC2
DC3
DC4
DEL
DLE
EM
ACK
ENQ
EOT
ESC
ETB
ETX
FF
FS
GS
HT
LF
NAK
NUL
RS
S1
SO
SOH
STX
SUB
SYN
US
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5B
5C
5D
5E
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7C
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1D
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15
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1E
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0E
01
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Modbus-RTU Protocol

Function Code and Protocol (unit: byte)
In the following section, station ID is the value set at CM01 (Int485 St ID), and starting address is the
communication address (starting address size is in bytes). For more information about
communication addresses, refer to 8.4 Compatible Common Area Parameter on page 186.
Function Code #03: Read Holding Register
Query Field Name Response Field Name
Station ID Station ID
Function(0x03) Function(0x03)
Starting Address Hi Byte Count
Starting Address Lo Data Hi
# of Points Hi Data Lo
# of Points Lo …
CRC Lo …
CRC Hi Data Hi
Data Lo
CRC Lo
CRC Hi

Function Code #04: Read Input Register
Query Field Name Respon
se Field
Name

Response Field Name
Station ID Station ID
Function(0x04) Function(0x04)
Starting Address Hi Byte Count
Starting Address Lo Data Hi
# of Points Hi Data Lo
# of Points Lo …
CRC Lo …
CRC Hi Data Hi
Data Lo
CRC Lo
CRC Hi_

Function Code #06: Preset Single Register
Query Field Name Response Field Name
Station ID Station ID
Function(0x06) Function(0x06)
Starting Address Hi Register Address Hi
Register Address Lo Register Address Lo
Preset Data Hi Preset Data Hi
Preset Data Lo Preset Data Lo
CRC Lo CRC Lo
CRC Hi CRC Hi

Function Code #16 (hex 0h10): Preset Multiple Register
Query Field Name Response Field Name
Station ID Station ID
Function(0x10) Function(0x10)
Starting Address Hi Starting Address Hi
Starting Address Lo Starting Address Lo
# of Register Hi # of Register Hi
# of Register Lo # of Register Lo
Byte Count CRC Lo
Data Hi CRC Hi
Data Lo


Data Hi
Data Lo
CRC Lo
CRC Hi

Exception Code
Code
01: ILLEGAL FUNCTION
02: ILLEGAL DATA
ADRESS
03: ILLEGAL DATA
VALUE
06: SLAVE DEVICE BUSY

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Response
Field Name
Station ID
Function1)
Exception Code
CRC Lo
CRC Hi
1) The function value uses the top level bit for all query values.

Example of Modbus-RTU Communication in Use
When the Acc time (Communication address 0x1103) is changed to 5.0 sec and the Dec time
(Communication address 0x1104) is changed to 10.0 sec.

Frame Transmission from Master to Slave (Request)
Item Station ID Function Starting
Address

# of
Register

Byte
Count Data 1 Data 2 CRC
Hex 0x01 0x10 0x1102 0x0002 0x04 0x0032 0x0064 0x1202
Descri
ption

CM 1
Int485 St
ID

Preset
Multiple
Register

Starting
Address -1
(0x1103-1)

- -

50
(ACC time
5.0sec)

100
(DEC time
10.0sec)

-

Frame Transmission from Slave to Master (Response)
Item Station ID Function Starting

Address # of Register CRC
Hex 0x01 0x10 0x1102 0x0002 0xE534
Descri
ption

CM 1 Int485
St ID

Preset
Multiple
Register

Starting Address
-1
(0x1103-1)

- -

_

8.4 Compatible Common Area Parameter
The following are common area parameters compatible with iS5, iP5A, iV5, iG5A, S100, and C100.
Address Parameter Scale Unit R/W Assigned Content by Bit
0x0000 Inverter model R E: LSLV-M100

0x0001 Inverter

capacity R

0000: 0.1kW-1 0001: 0.2kW-1 0002: 0.4kW-1
0003: 0.8kW-1 0004: 1.5kW-1 0005: 2.2kW-1
000A: 1.5kW-2 000B: 2.2kW-2 000C: 3.7kW-2
000F: 0.4kW-4 0010: 0.8kW-4 0011: 1.5kW-4
0012: 2.2kW-4 0013: 3.7kW-4

0x0002 Inverter input

voltage R 0: 220V-1 phase, 1: 220V-3 phase, 2: 440V-3 phase
0x0003 Version R Example 0x0010: Version 1.01

0x0004 Parameter setting R/W 0 : Prohibit communication settings, 1 : Allow communication
settings
0x0005 Command

Frequency 0.01 Hz R/W Start frequency - Maximum frequency

0x0006

Operation
command
(Advanced)

R

B15, B14, B13: Reserved
B12, B11, B10, B9, B8: Frequency command information
0: Keypad-1, Keypad-2 1: Reserved 2: Multi-step speed
1
3: Multi-step speed 2 4: Multi-step speed 3 5: Multi-
step speed 4
6: Multi-step speed 5 7: Multi-step speed 6 8: Multi-
step speed 7
9: Up 10: Down 11: Up/down zero
12: V0 13: V1 14: I2(I)
15: I2(V) 16: V0+I2(I) 17: V0+I2(V)
18: V0+I2(V) 19: Communication operation
B7, B6 : Operation command information
0: Terminal block 1: Keypad 3: Communication
R/W B5 Reserved B4 Emergency

stop B3 Fault reset

B2

Reverse
operation B1

Forward
operation B0 Stop

0x0007 Acceleration

time 0.1 sec R/W Refer to the table of functions
0x0008 Deceleration

time 0.1 sec R/W Refer to the table of functions

설치준비 제품설치 기본조작법기능알람표제어블록도 기본기능 응용기능 전체기능표 통신기능

Address Parameter Scale Unit R/W Assigned Content by Bit
0x0009 Current 0.1 A R Refer to the table of functions
0x000A Output

frequency 0.01 Hz R Refer to the table of functions
0x000B Output voltage 1 V R Refer to the table of functions
0x000C DC Link voltage 1 V R Refer to the table of functions
0x000D Output power 0.1 kW R Refer to the table of functions

0x000E Operation status R

B15 Reserved B14 Reserved
B13 Reserved B12 Reverse command
B11 Forward

command B10 Brake release signal
B9 Reserved B8 Drive stopped.
B7 DC Braking B6 Speed reached
B5 Decelerating B4 Accelerating
B3 Fault Trip B2 Operating in reverse
direction
B1 Operating in

forward direction B0 Stopped

0x000F Fault trip

information-A R

B15 LVT B14 IOLT B13 POT
B12 FAN B11 EEP B10 EXT-B
B9 Reserved B8 OLT B7 ETH
B6 OHT B5 GFT B4 COL
B3 ETX(BX) B2 EXT-A B1 OVT
B0 Reserved

0x0010 Input terminal

information R

B15–B5: Reserved
B4 P5 B3 P4 B2 P3
B1 P2 B0 P1

0x0011 Output terminal

information R

B4 3ABC
Others Reserved
0x0012 V1 R The value corresponds to the 0–10 V input (0x0000–0x03FF)

0x0013 V2 R 0–5V KPD Volume (0x0000–0x03FF)

0x0014 I R The value corresponds to the 0–20 mA input (0x0000–
0x03FF)
0x0015 RPM R Refer to the table of functions

0x001A Unit display R Not Used

_

Address Parameter Scale Unit R/W Assigned Content by Bit
0x001B Number of

poles R Not Used
0x001C Custom Version R Not Used

0x001D

Fault trip
information-
B

R

B9 ROT B7 Reserved B6 Reserved
B5 NBR B4 OCT B3 REEP
B2 NTC B1 Reserved B0 COM

0x001E PID Feedback R/W

When Feedback is set to communication in PID operation,
the amount of feedback is written and read in 0.1%
increments.

0x0100–
0x0107

Read address
registration R

0h0100 : CM-31 0h0101 : CM-32
0h0102 : CM-33 0h0103 : CM-34
0h0104 : CM-35 0h0105 : CM-36
0h0106 : CM-37 0h0107 : CM-38

0x0108–
0x010F:

Write address
registration W

0h0108 : CM-51 0h0109 : CM-52
0h010A : CM-53 0h010B : CM-54
0h010C : CM-55 0h010D : CM-56
0h010E : CM-57 0h010F : CM-58

Note
1 Data cannot be saved when editing data via the common area parameter.
• The data change is reflected temporarily, but the value will return to the previously set value
when resetting or turning off and on the inverter.
• When editing data via each group parameter other than the common area parameter, the data
change will be maintained even after resetting or turning off and on the inverter.
2 The software version in the common area is displayed in hexadecimal numbers, and the software
version in the parameter area is displayed in decimal numbers.
3 The 0x001E PID Feedback parameter in the common area can be written and read in 0.1%
increments regardless of the AP2 PID unit setting parameter, and the amount of feedback that can be
reflected or read is as follows:
• When the maximum frequency is 60.00 Hz and writing 0x0032 (5.0%) to 0x001E:
60.00Hz x 5.0% = 3.00Hz_

설치준비 제품설치 기본조작법기능알람표제어블록도 기본기능 응용기능 통신기능 통신기능

9 Table of Functions

9.1 Operation Group
Display Comm.

Address Name

Setting
Range

Initial
Value

Proper
ty* Page

0.00 0h1F00 Command
frequency

0.00–Maximum frequency
[Hz] 0.00 O

p.67,
p.78

ACC 0h1F01 Acceleration
time

0.0–6000.0 [s]1)

5.0 O p.65,
p.86,
dEC 0h1F02 Deceleration p.95

time 10.0 O

drv 0h1F03 Command
source

0 Keypad

1 X

p.52,
p.64,
p.80,
p.132,
p.175

1 Fx/Rx-1
2 Fx/Rx-2
3 2R) S-485 communication

Frq 0h1F04 Frequency
Setting method

0 Keypad 1

0 X

p.48,
p.52,
p67,
p.110,
p.112,
p.116,
p.117,
p.132,
p.175

1 Keypad 2
2 V0: 0–5 [V]
3 V1: 0–10 [V]
4 I2( I ): 0–20 [mA] 2)
5 I2(V): 0–10 [V] 2)
6 V0 + I2 ( I ) 2)
7 V0 + I2 (V) 2)
8 V0 + V1
9 2R) S-485 communication
10 Up-down operation
1) The setting range varies depending on the set value of the bA 8 code.
2) Available only for models equipped with advanced I/O.
* Settings can be changed during the inverter operation.

Display Comm.

Address Name

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Property* Page

MkW 0h1F05 Motor
selection

0.1 0.1kW
0.2 0.2 kW
0.4 0.4 kW
0.75 0.75 kW
1.1 1.1 kW
1.5 1.5 kW
2.2 2.2 kW

- X p.119

MrC3) 0h1F06 Rated motor

current 0.1–150.0 [A] - X p.119
MbF 0h1F07 Base frequency 30.00–400.00 [Hz] 60.00 X p.65,
p.95
FrM 0h1F08 Maximum

frequency 40.00–400.00 [Hz] 60.00 X

p.65,
p.102

IOv 0h1F09 Output voltage

setting 0, 170~264 [V] 0 X

p.65,
p.97
Ftb 0h1F0A Forward boost 0.0–20.0 [%] 4.0 X p.65,
rtb 0h1F0B Reverse boost 0.0–20.0 [%] 4.0 X p.98
CUr 0h1F0C Output current - - - p.57,
p.151
rPM 0h1F0D Motor

RPM - - - p.151
dCL 0h1F0E Inverter

DC voltage - - - p.154

vOL, POr, tOr,
v1M, I2M4) -

User select
signal

vOL Output voltage

vOL - p.151

POr Output power
tOr Output torque
v1M Analog V1 terminal
input
I2M Analog I2 terminal
input

nOn 0h1F10 Currently out

of order - - - p.156
OGr 0h1F11 Open hidden
groups

0 Hide groups except for
operation group p.43
1 Enable all groups
3) The initial value varies depending on the motor capacity setting (MkW) and the value is set based on the
220/440 HIGEN motor when shipping.
4) Display information can be selected at dr81 (Monitor item setting).
* Settings can be changed during the inverter operation.

설치준비 제품설치 기본조작법기능알람표제어블록도 기본기능 응용기능 통신기능 통신기능

9.2 Drive Group (PAR → dr)
Display Comm.

Address Name

Setting
Range

Initial
Value

Proper
ty* Page
00 x Jump Code 0–81 9 O p.46
09 0h1109 Control mode

0 V/F schedule control

1 X

p. 95
p.119,
1 p.148

Slip compensation
control
11 0h110B Jog frequency 0.00–Maximum frequency

[Hz] 10.00 O p.110

15 0h110F Torque boost

0 Manual torque boost

0 X

p.65,
p.98,
1 p.100

Automatic torque
boost

19 0h1113 Starting

frequency 0.10–10.00 [Hz] 0.50 X

p.65,
p.95,
p.102

201) 0h1114 Select rotation
direction

F Forward run

F O p.80

r Reverse run

262) 0h111A Automatic torque

boost filter gain 1–1000 2 O
272) 0h111B p.100

Automatic torque
boost motoring
gain

0.0–300.0 [%] 120.0 O

282) 0h111C

Automatic torque
boost
regeneration gain

0.0–300.0 [%] 120.0 O

81 0h1151 Select
Monitor code

0 Output voltage (vOL)
[V]

0 O p.151

1 Output power (POr)
[kW]
2 Torque (tOr) [kgf  m]
3 Analog V1 terminal
input (v1M) [V]
4 Analog I2 terminal
input (I2M) [mA/V] 3)
1) The rotation direction command by the dr20 setting is applied only when drv(Command source) is set to 0.
You can still display and set the dr20 setting when drv(Command source) is set to other than 0.
2) Enable only when dr15 (Torque boost) is set to 1.
3) Available only for models equipped with advanced I/O. The current and the voltage are displayed up to 20 mA
and 10 V depending on the SW2 operation.
* Settings can be changed during the inverter operation.

Display Comm.

Address Name

Setting
Range

Initial
Value

Proper
ty* Page
854) x Read Parameters 0 No 0 X p.245

Display Comm.

Address Name

Setting
Range

Initial
Value

Proper
ty* Page

1 Yes
864) x Write Parameters 0 No 0 X p.245
1 Yes

915) 0h115B Smart Copier

0 None
1 Reserved 0 X -
2 Reserved
3 SmartUpLoad
4) Displayed only when the remote keypad connect to the inverter.
5) Refer to Smart Copier User's Manual separately.
* Settings can be changed during the inverter operation.

설치준비 제품설치 기본조작법기능알람표제어블록도 기본기능 응용기능 통신기능 통신기능

9.3 Basic Function group (PAR→bA)
Display Comm.

Address Name Setting Range

Initial
Value Property* Page
00 x Jump Code 0–83 19 O p.46

041) 0h1204 Command
source 2

0 Keypad

1 X

p.46,
p.132

1 Fx/Rx-1
2 Fx/Rx-2
3 RS-485 communication 2)

051) 0h1205 Frequency
source 2

0 Keypad 1

0 X

1 Keypad 2
2 V0: 0–5 [V]
3 V1: 0–10 [V]
4 I2( I ): 0–20 [mA] 2)
5 I2(V): 0–10 [V] 2)
6 Volume +I2 ( I ) 2)
7 Volume + I2 (V) 2)
8 Volume + V1
9 RS-485 communication 2)
10 Up-down operation

07 0h1207 V/F pattern

0 Linear

0 X p.65,
p.95

1 Square reduction
2 4.13.3 User V/F
1) Displayed only when one of the In65–69 (Multi-function input terminal function setting) is set to 22.
2) Available only for models equipped with advanced I/O.
* Settings can be changed during the inverter operation.

Display Comm.

Address Name Setting Range

Initial
Value Property* Page

08 0h1208

Unit of
acc/dec time
setting

bA08
setting

Acc/dec time
setting range

0 (0.01
sec)

0.01 .600–20.00
sec
1 (0.1 sec) 0.1–6000.0 sec
2 (1 sec) 1–60000 sec

1 O p.86

09 0h1209

Acc/dec
frequency
reference

0 Maximum frequency (FrM)

0 X p.65,
1 Delta frequency p.86

11 0h120B Number of

motor poles 2–12 [pole] 4 X

p.119,
p.151

123) 0h120C Rated motor

slip current 0.00–10.00 [Hz] - X

p.119

143) 0h120E Motor no-

load current 0.1–100.0 [A] - X
153) 0h120F Motor

efficiency 50–100[%] - X

16 0h1210 Load inertia
rate

0 Less than 10 times motor
inertia

0 X p.107,

1 10 times motor inertia p.119
2 More than 10 times motor
inertia

19 0h1213 Input voltage

adjustment 170–240 [V] 220 O p.135
25 0h1219 Slip gain 0.0–150.0 [%] 100.0 O -
3) The initial value varies depending on the motor capacity setting (MkW) and the value is set based on the
220/440 HIGEN motor when shipping.
* Settings can be changed during the inverter operation.

설치준비 제품설치 기본조작법기능알람표제어블록도 기본기능 응용기능 통신기능 통신기능

Display Comm.

Address Name Setting Range

Initial
Value Property* Page

414) 0h1229 User V/F
frequency 1

0.00–Maximum frequency
[Hz] 15.00 X

p.65,
p.95

424) 0h122A User V/F

voltage 1 0–100 [%] 25 X
434) 0h122B User V/F
frequency 2

0.00–Maximum frequency
[Hz] 30.00 X

444) 0h122C User V/F

voltage 2 0–100 [%] 50 X
454) 0h122D User V/F
frequency 3

0.00–Maximum frequency
[Hz] 45.00 X

464) 0h122E User V/F

voltage 3 0–100 [%] 75 X
474) 0h122F User V/F
frequency 4

0.00–Maximum frequency
[Hz] 60.00 X

484) 0h1230 User V/F

voltage 4 0–100 [%] 100 X
50 0h1232 Multi-step
frequency 1

0.00–Maximum frequency
[Hz]

10.00 O

p.65,
p.78,
p.88

51 0h1233 Multi-step

frequency 2 20.00 O
52 0h1234 Multi-step

frequency 3 30.00 O
53 0h1235 Multi-step

frequency 4 30.00 O
54 0h1236 Multi-step

frequency 5 25.00 O
55 0h1237 Multi-step

frequency 6 20.00 O
56 0h1238 Multi-step

frequency 7 15.00 O
4) Displayed only when bA07 (V/F pattern) is set to 2 (User V/F).
* Settings can be changed during the inverter operation.

Display Comm.

Address Name Setting Range

Initial
Value Property* Page

70 0h1246 Multi-step
acceleration time 1

0.00–6000.0 [s]5)

2.0 O

p.65,
p.88

71 0h1247 Multi-step

deceleration time 1 2.0 O
72 0h1248 Multi-step

acceleration time 2 3.0 O
73 0h1249 Multi-step

deceleration time 2 3.0 O
74 0h124A Multi-step

acceleration time 3 4.0 O
75 0h124B Multi-step

deceleration time 3 4.0 O
76 0h124C Multi-step

acceleration time 4 5.0 O
77 0h124D Multi-step

deceleration time 4 5.0 O
78 0h124E Multi-step

acceleration time 5 4.0 O
79 0h124F Multi-step

deceleration time 5 4.0 O
80 0h1250 Multi-step

acceleration time 6 3.0 O
81 0h1251 Multi-step

deceleration time 6 3.0 O
82 0h1252 Multi-step

acceleration time 7 2.0 O
83 0h1253 Multi-step

deceleration time 7 2.0 O
5) The setting range varies depending on the set value of the bA08 code.
* Settings can be changed during the inverter operation.

설치준비 제품설치 기본조작법기능알람표제어블록도 기본기능 응용기능 통신기능 통신기능

9.4 Expanded Function group (PAR→Ad)
Display Comm.

Address Name Setting Range

Initial
Value Property* Page
00 x Jump Code 0–79 24 O p.43
01 0h1301 Acceleration
pattern

0 Linear pattern

0 X

p.91

1 S pattern

02 0h1302 Deceleration
pattern

0 Linear

0 X

1 S-curve

03 0h1303 S-curve

start point gradient 1–100 [%] 40 X
04 0h1304 S-curve

end point gradient 1–100 [%] 40 X
08 0h1308 Stop mode
selection

0 Deceleration stop

0 X

p. 65, p. 101,
p.107,
p.140

1 DC braking stop
2 Free run stop

09 0h1309

Forward and
reverse run
prevention

0 Allow forward and
reverse run

0 X p.64,
1 Prevent forward run p.84
2 Prevent reverse run

10 0h130A Starting with power
on selection

0 No

0 O p.84

1 Yes

12 0h130C DC braking time

at startup 0.0–60.0 [s] 0.0 X

p.107

13 0h130D DC braking rate

at startup 0–200 [%] 50 X

141) 0h130E

Output blocking
time before DC
braking

0.00–60.00 [s] 0.00 X

p.65,
p.107

151) 0h130F DC braking time 0.0–60.0 [s] 1.0 X
161) 0h1310 DC braking rate 0–200 [%] 50 X
171) 0h1311 DC braking

frequency Start frequency–60.00 [Hz] 5.00 X
20 0h1314 Frequency Start frequency - Maximum

frequency [Hz] 5.00 X p.65,
p.117
21 0h1315 Dwell time 0.0–10.0 [초] 0.0 X
1) Displayed only when Ad08 is set to 1 (DC braking stop).
* Settings can be changed during the inverter operation.

Display Comm.

Address Name

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Property* Page
24 0h1318 Frequency lower 0 No 0 X p.102

Display Comm.

Address Name

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Property* Page

and upper limit 1 Yes
252) 0h1319 Frequency lower
limit

Starting frequency–
frequency upper limit [Hz] 0.50 X p.65,
p.102

262) 0h131A Frequency upper
limit

0.00–Maximum frequency
[Hz] 60.00 X
27 0h131B Frequency jump 0 No 0 X

p.104

1 Yes

283) 0h131C Frequency jump
lower limit 1

Starting frequency–
frequency jump upper limit
[Hz]

10.00

X

293) 0h131D Frequency jump
upper limit 1

Frequency jump lower limit
1–
maximum frequency [Hz]

15.00

303) 0h131E Frequency jump
lower limit 2

Starting frequency–
frequency jump upper limit 2
[Hz]

20.00

313) 0h131F Frequency jump
upper limit 2

Frequency jump lower limit
2–
maximum frequency [Hz]

25.00

323) 0h1320 Frequency jump
lower limit 3

Starting frequency–
frequency jump upper limit 3–
[Hz]

30.00

333) 0h1321 Frequency jump
upper limit 3

Frequency jump lower limit
3–
maximum frequency [Hz]

35.00

2) Displayed only when Ad24 (Frequency lower and upper limit) is set to 1.
3) Displayed only when Ad27 (Frequency jump) is set to 1.
* Settings can be changed during the inverter operation.

설치준비 제품설치 기본조작법기능알람표제어블록도 기본기능 응용기능 통신기능 통신기능

Display Comm.

Address Name

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Property* Page

414) 0h1329 Brake open

current 0.0–180.0 [%] 50.0 O

p.140,
p.220

424) 0h132A Brake open

delay time 0.00–10.00 [s] 1.00 X

p.140

444) 0h132C

Brake open
forward
frequency

0.00–Maximum frequency [Hz] 1.00 X

454) 0h132D

Brake open
reverse
frequency

0.00–Maximum frequency [Hz] 1.00 X

464) 0h132E Brake close

delay time 0.00–10.00 [s] 1.00 X
474) 0h132F Brake close

frequency 0.00–Maximum frequency [Hz] 2.00 X
51 0h1333 Energy saving

operation 0–30 [%] 0 O p.126

63 0h133F

Motor
RPM
display gain

1–1000 [%] 100 O p.151

645) 0h1340

Up-down
operation
frequency save

0.00–Maximum frequency [Hz] 0.00 O

p.76,
p.112

65 0h1341

Up-down
operation
frequency
save selection

0 No

0 X

1 Yes

66 0h1342

Up-down
operation
mode selection

0 Maximum/minimum
frequency reference

0 X

p.76,
p.112

1 Increase or decrease based on
the step frequency (Ad67)
2 Mixed function of 0 and 1

67 0h1343

Up-down
operation
step frequency

0.00–Maximum frequency [Hz] 0.00 X

79 0h134F DB operation

voltage 300–400 [V] 390 X -
4) Displayed only when OU31 (Multi-function relay setting) or OU32 (Multi-function output 2 function setting)
is set to 19 (Brake signal setting).
5) Displayed only when Ad65 (Up-down operation frequency save selection) is set to 1.
* Settings can be changed during the inverter operation.

9.5 Control Function group (PAR→Cn)
Displa
y

Comm.
Addres
s

Name Setting
Range

Initial
Value

Property
* Page

00 x Jump

Code 0–74 4 O p.43

04 0h1404

Carrier
frequency
settings
(operation
noise
settings)

1.0–15.0 [kHz] 3.0 O p.130,
p.222

71 0h1447

Speed
search
selection

BITS 0000–1111
---1 Speed search on general
acceleration
--1- Speed search on operation
after fault trip
-1--

Speed search on restart
after instantaneous power
interruption
1--- Speed search when power
is on (Ad10)

0000 X

p.40,
p.127,
p.220

72 0h1448

Speed
search
current
level

80–200 [%] 100 O

p.127

73 0h1449

Speed
search P
gain

0–9999 500 O

74 0h144
A

Speed
search I
gain

0–9999 1000 O

* Settings can be changed during the inverter operation.

설치준비 제품설치 기본조작법기능알람표제어블록도 기본기능 응용기능 통신기능 통신기능

9.6 Input Terminal Block Function group (PAR→In)
Display Comm.

Address Name

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Property* Page
00 x Jump Code 0–90 65 O p.43
07 0h1507 Time constant of

V1 input filter 0–9999 10 O

p.62,
p.68,
p.135

08 0h1508 V1 Minimum
input voltage

0.00–V1 Maximum input
voltage [V] 0.00 O

p.62,
p.68,
p.135

09 0h1509

Frequency
corresponding to
V1 minimum input
voltage

0.00–Maximum frequency
[Hz] 0.00 O

p.62,
p.68,
p.135

10 0h150A V1 Maximum input
voltage

V1 Minimum input voltage–
10.00 [V] 10.00 O

11 0h150B

Frequency
corresponding to
V1 maximum input
voltage

0.00–Maximum frequency
[Hz] 60.00 O

37 0h1525 Time constant of

V0 input filter 0–9999 10 O

p.62,
p.68,

38 0h1526 V0 Minimum
input voltage

0.00–V0 Maximum input
voltage [V] 0.00 O

p.62,
p.68,
p.135

39 0h1527

Frequency
corresponding to
V0 minimum input
voltage

0.00–Maximum frequency
[Hz] 0.00 O

p.62,
p.68,
p.135

40 0h1528 V0 Maximum input
voltage

V0 Minimum input voltage–
5.00 [V] 5.00 O

41 0h1529

Frequency
corresponding to
V0 maximum input
voltage

0.00–Maximum frequency
[Hz] 60.00 O
* Settings can be changed during the inverter operation.

Display Comm.

Address Name

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Property* Page

521) 0h1534 I input filter

time constant 0–9999 10 O

p.62,
p.70,
p.73

531) 0h1535 I minimum input
current

0.00–I maximum input current
[mA] 4.00 O

p.62,
p.70,
p.74,
p.135

541) 0h1536

Frequency
corresponding to I
minimum input
current

0.00–Maximum frequency
[Hz] 0.00 O

p.62,
p.70,
p.73

551) 0h1537 I maximum input
current

I minimum input current–
20.00 [mA] 20.00 O

561) 0h1538

Frequency
corresponding to I
maximum input
current

0.00–Maximum frequency
[Hz] 60.00 O

571) 0h1539 V input filter

time constant 0– 9999 10 O

p.62,
p.72,
p.74

581) 0h153A V minimum
input voltage

0.00–V maximum input
voltage [V] 0.00 O

p.62,
p.70,
p.74,
p.135

591) 0h153B

Frequency
corresponding to V
minimum input
voltage

0.00–Maximum frequency
[Hz] 0.00 O

601) 0h153C V maximum input
voltage

V minimum input voltage–
10.00 [V] 10.00 O

611) 0h153D

Frequency
corresponding to V
maximum input
voltage

0.00–Maximum frequency
[Hz] 60.00 O
1) Available only for models equipped with advanced I/O.
* Settings can be changed during the inverter operation.

설치준비 제품설치 기본조작법기능알람표제어블록도 기본기능 응용기능 통신기능 통신기능

Display Comm.

Address Name

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Property* Page

652) 0h1541

Multi-
function
input
terminal
P1
function
setting

0 Forward run command (FX)
1 Reward run command (RX)
2 Emergency stop (Emergency Stop
Trip)
3 Reset when fault trip occurs
(RESET)
4 Jog operation command (JOG)
5 Multi-step speed –low
6 Multi-step speed –middle
7 Multi-step speed –high
8 Multi-step acc/dec –low
9 Multi-step acc/dec –middle
10 Multi-step acc/dec –high
11 DC braking during stop command
12 2nd motor selection
13 -Reserved-
14 -Reserved-
15
Up-down
operation
function

Frequency increase
command (UP)
16 Frequency reduction
command (DOWN)
17 3-wire operation
18 External trip signal input: A terminal
(EtA)
19 External trip signal input: B terminal
(EtB)
20 -Reserved-
21 Transition from PID to general
operation
22 2nd Source
23 Fix analog command frequency
24 Acceleration/deceleration stop
command
25 Initialize saved up-down frequency
26 Jog forward operation command
(JOG-FX)
27 Jog reverse operation command
(JOG-RX)

0

X

p.62,
p.78,
p.110,
p.112,
p.116 ,
p.132,
p.164

662) 0h1542

Multi-
function
input
terminal
P2
function
setting

1

672) 0h1543

Multi-
function
input
terminal
P3
function
setting

2

681)2) 0h1544

Multi-
function
input
terminal
P4
function
setting

3

691)2) 0h1545

Multi-
function
input
terminal
P5
function
setting

4

1) Available only for models equipped with advanced I/O.
2) Refer to 10 Troubleshooting on page 217 for the external trip signal input display in In65–69. Do not set two
or more multi-function input terminals to the same function.
* Settings can be changed during the inverter operation.

Display Comm.

Address Name

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Property* Page

70 0h1546

PNP/NPN
selection
switch

0 PNP

- - -

1 NPN

85 0h1555

Multi-
function
input
terminal
filter time
constant

1–15 4 O p.62

87 0h1557

Multi-
function
input
contact
selection

P5 – P1

0
0000
3)

0 A contact (NO) X -

1 B contact (NC)

90 0h155A

Input
terminal
block
status
display

BIT2 BIT1 BIT0
P3 P2 P1
P1 to P3 are displayed for models
equipped with standard I/O.

BIT4 BIT3 BIT2 BIT1 BIT0
P5 P4 P3 P2 P1
P1 to P5 are displayed for models
equipped with advanced I/O.

- -

p.39,

p.161

3) The initial value will be displayed on the keypad as .
* Settings can be changed during the inverter operation.

설치준비 제품설치 기본조작법기능알람표제어블록도 기본기능 응용기능 통신기능 통신기능

9.7 Output Terminal Block Function group (PAR→OU)
Display Comm.

Address Name

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Property* Page
00 x Jump Code 0–58 30 O p.43

01 0h1601

Analog
output
item setting

Parameter
setting

Output item
corresponding to10 [V]

0 O

p.142

0 Output
frequency

Maximum frequency
(FrM)
1 Current 150 [%] or inverter’s
rated current
2 Output

voltage AC 282 V

3

Inverter
DC
voltage

DC 410 V

02 0h1602

Analog
output
level
adjustment

10–200 [%] 100 O

30 0h161E

Fault
output
setting

bit 000–111

010 O

p.39,

p.143

--1 Operation when low voltage trip
occurs
-1- Operation when fault trip other than
low voltage trip occurs
1--

Operation when number of
automatic restarts after fault trip
(Pr09) is set
* Settings can be changed during the inverter operation.

1) The initial value will be displayed on the keypad as .
* Settings can be changed during the inverter operation.

Display Comm.

Address Name

Setting
Range

Initial
Value

Prop
erty* Page

31 0h161F

Multi-
function
relay
setting

0 FDT-1

17 O

p.127,
p.140,
p.150,
p.143,
p.161
p.162,
p.165,
p.166,
p.218

1 FDT-2
2 FDT-3
3 FDT-4
4 FDT-5
5 Overload (OL)
6 Inverter Overload (IOL)
7 Motor stall (STALL)
8 Over voltage (Ovt)
9 Low voltage (Lvt)
10 Inverter cooling fan overheat (OHt)
11 Lost command
12 Run
13 Stop
14 At constant speed
15 Speed search
16 Ready
17 Fault output setting
18 Abnormal cooling fan alarm
19 Brake signal setting

32 0h1620

Multi-
function
output 2
feature
selection

Same as OU31 17 O

41 0h1629

Output
terminal
block
status display

BIT1 BIT0

00 O

p.39,

p.154

Relay2 / Open
collector output Relay1

52 0h1634

Multi-
function
output/relay
contact
selection

Q1, Relay1
0 A contact (NO) 001) X -
1 B Contact (NC)

57 0h1639 Detection
frequency

0.00–Maximum frequency [Hz]

30.00 O

p.143

58 0h163A

Detection
frequency
band

10.00 O

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9.8 Communication Function group (PAR→CM)
Display Comm.

Address Name

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Property* Page
00 x Jump Code 0–58 31 O p.43
01 0h1701 Inverter station ID 1–250 1 O

p.76,
p.83
p.173

02 0h1702

Communication
protocol
setting

0 Modbus RTU

0 X

1 LS BUS

03 0h1703 Communication
speed

0 1,200 [bps]

3 O

1 2,400 [bps]
2 4,800 [bps]
3 9,600 [bps]
4 19,200 [bps]
5 38,400 [bps]

04 0h1704 Parity/stop
bit setting

0 Parity: None, Stop Bit: 1

0 O

p.173

1 Parity: None, Stop Bit: 2
2 Parity: Even, Stop Bit: 1
3 Parity: Odd, Stop Bit: 1

05 0h1705 Communication

time setting 2–100 [ms] 5 O
31 0h171F Read address
registration 1

0000–A4FF

000A

O

p.176

32 0h1720 Read address

registration 2 000E
33 0h1721 Read address

registration 3 000F
34 0h1722 Read address

registration 4 0000
35 0h1723 Read address
registration 5

0000–A4FF

0000

O

36 0h1724 Read address

registration 6 0000
37 0h1725 Read address

registration 7 0000
38 0h1726 Read address

registration 8 0000
51 0h1733 Write address
registration 1

0000–A4FF

0005

O

52 0h1734 Write address

registration 2 0006
53 0h1735 Write address

registration 3 0000
54 0h1736 Write address

registration 4 0000
55 0h1737 Write address 0000

Display Comm.

Address Name

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Property* Page

registration 5
56 0h1738 Write address

registration 6 0000
57 0h1739 Write address

registration 7 0000
58 0h173A Write address

registration 8 0000
* Available only for models equipped with advanced I/O.
* Settings can be changed during the inverter operation.

설치준비 제품설치 기본조작법기능알람표제어블록도 기본기능 응용기능 통신기능 통신기능

9.9 Application Function group (PAR→AP)
Display Comm.

Address Name

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Property* Page

00 x Jump

Code 0–71 20 O p.43

01 0h1801

PID
control
setting

0 No

0 X p.121

1 Yes

021) 0h1802

PID
control
unit
selection

0 Frequency [Hz]

0 X

p.121

1 Percentage [%]

181) 0h1812

Amount
of PID
feedback

When AP 2
is 0

Frequency display
range: 0.00–400.00
[Hz] - -

When AP 2
is 1

Percentage display
range: 0.0–100.0 [%]

191) 0h1813 PID
reference

When AP 2
is 0

0.00–Maximum
frequency [Hz]

0.00 O

When AP 2
is 1 0.0–100.0 [%]

201) 0h1814

PID
reference
setting

0 Keypad 1

0 X

1 Keypad 2
2 V1: 0–10 [V]
3 I2( I ): 0–20 [mA] 2)
4 I2(V): 0–10 [V] 2)
5 2R) S-485 communication

211) 0h1815

PID
feedback
setting

0 I2( I ) (0–20 [mA]) 2)

2 X

1 I2(V) (0–10 [V]) 2)
2 V1 (0–10 [V])
3 RS-485
communication 2)

Display Comm.

Address Name

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Property* Page

221) 0h1816

PID
controller P
gain

0.0–999.9 [%] 300.0 O

p.121

231) 0h1817

PID controller
integral time (I
gain)

0.10–32.00 [s] 1.00 O

241) 0h1818

PID controller
differentiation
time (D gain)

0.00–30.00 [s] 0.00 O

281) 0h181C PID control
mode setting

0 Normal PID control

0 X

1 Process PID control

291) 0h181D

PID output
upper limit
frequency

PID output lower limit frequency–
maximum frequency [Hz] 60.00 O

301) 0h181E

PID output
lower limit
frequency

Starting frequency–
PID output upper limit frequency
[Hz]

0.50 O

371) 0h1825 Sleep

delay time 0.0–2000.0 [s] 60.0 X
381) 0h1826 Sleep

frequency 0.00–Maximum frequency [Hz] 0.00 O

391) 0h1827

Wake-up
(Wake-up)
level

0.0–100.0 [%] 35.0 O

70 0h1846

Draw operation
mode selection

0 Do not use draw operation

0 X

p.148

1 V1(0–10 [V]) input draw
operation
2 V0 (0–5 [V]) input draw
operation
3 I2(I) (0–20 [mA]) input draw
operation 2)
4 I2(V) (0–10 [V]) input draw
operation 2)

221) 0h1816 Draw

percentage 0.0–100.0 [%] 0.0 O
1) Displayed only when AP01 (PID control setting) is set to 1.
2) Available only for models equipped with advanced I/O.
* Settings can be changed during the inverter operation.

설치준비 제품설치 기본조작법기능알람표제어블록도 기본기능 응용기능 통신기능 통신기능

9.10 Protection Function group (PAR→Pr)
Display Comm.

Address Name

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Property* Page
00 x Jump Code 0–96 40 O p.43

05 0h1905

Output open-
phase
protection setting

0 No

0 O p.163,
1 Yes p.217

08 0h1908

Operation on
reset after fault
trip

0 No

0 O p.85

1 Yes

09 0h1909

Number of
automatic restarts
after fault trip

0–10 [times] 0 O

p.129

10 0h190A

Automatic restart
delay time after
fault trip

0.0–60.0 [s] 1.0 O

12 0h190C Motion at speed
command loss

0

Continue to run at
frequency before the
command loss

0 O

p.166,
p.175

1 Free run stop
(output block)
2 Deceleration stop

13 0h190D

Time to decide
speed command
loss

0.1–120.0[s] 1.0 O

15 0h190F

Time to
determine analog
speed command
loss

0 Not operating
1 Operating at half of the 0 O p.166

set value
2 Operating under the set
value
* Settings can be changed during the in verter operation.

Display Comm.

Address Name

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Property* Page

181) 0h1912 Overload alarm

level 30–150 [%] 150 O

p.161

19 0h1913 Overload

warning time 0.0–30.0 [s] 10.0 O

20 0h1914

Overload
warning
selection

0 No

1 O p.161,

1 Block inverter output p.218
when overloaded

212) 0h1915 Overload fault

level 30–200 [%] 180 O

p.161,
p.220

222) 0h1916 Overload fault

time 0.0–60.0 [s] 60.0 O p.161
40 0h1928 ETH selection

0 No

0 O p.159,
1 Yes p.217

413) 0h1929 Motor cooling
type

0 General motor that cooler
is attached to its axis

0 O

p.159

1

Motor that supplies
separate power to the
cooler

423) 0h192A

Electronic
thermal 1
minute level

Electronic thermal continuous
operation level–200 [%] 150 O

433)4) 0h192B

Electronic
thermal
continuous
operation level

50–Electronic thermal 1
minute level [%] 100 O

50 0h1932 Stall prevention
selection

bit 000–111
--1 Prevent stall when
accelerating
-1-

Prevent stall when
running at a constant
speed
1-- Prevent stall when
decelerating

000 X

p.39,
p.135,
p.162

52 0h1934 Stall prevention

level 30–200 [%] 150 X p.162
1) Multi-function output
2) Displayed only when Pr20 (Overload warning selection) is set to 1.
3) Displayed only when Pr40 (ETH selection) is set to 1.
4) The value cannot be set to 150% or more.
* Settings can be changed during the inverter operation.

설치준비 제품설치 기본조작법기능알람표제어블록도 기본기능 응용기능 통신기능 통신기능

Display Comm.

Address Name

Setting
Range

Initial
Value Property* Page

535) 0h1935

Voltage limit
when using stall
prevention
during
deceleration

0 No

0 X p.135

1 Yes

65 0h1941

DB resistor
warning level
limit setting

0 Use DB resistor without
level limit

1 O
1 Use DB resistor during the p.168
time set at Pr66

666) 0h1942 DB resistor

warning level 0–30 [%] 10 O
79 0h194F Operation at fan
fault

0 Run continuously

1 O p.150,
p.143

1 Stop operation

807) 8) 9) 0h1950

Initial charging
circuit trip
protection

0 Not use ROT function

1 x p.170

1 Use ROT function1

91 0h195B Fault history 1

Types and information of fault
trips nOn -

p.156,
p.217

92 0h195C Fault history 2
93 0h195D Fault history 3
94 0h195E Fault history 4
95 0h195F Fault history 5
96 0h1960 Fault history
deletion

0 Maintain history

0 O

1 Delete history
5) Displayed only when Pr50 (Stall prevention selection) is set to 2 or 1.
6) Displayed only when Pr65 (DB resistor warning level limit setting) is set to 1.
7) Switching status of Pr80: [Use ROT function, ], [Not use Rot function, ], [Initial value, ]
8) The Pr80 function can be used only when the input power is 0.4–2.2 kW.
9) There is a possibility of ROT trip when power is turned on within 1 second after LVT trip due to power OFF..
* Settings can be changed during the inverter operation.

9.11 2nd Motor Function group (PAR→M2)
Display Comm.

Address Name

Setting
Range

Initial
Value

Proper
ty* Page
00 X Jump Code 0–30 12 O p.43
04 0h1A04 2nd motor
acceleration time
0.0–6000.0 [s]1)

5.0 O

p.131

05 0h1A05 2nd motor

deceleration time 10.0 O
07 0h1A07 2nd motor base
frequency

30.00–Maximum frequency
[Hz] 60.00 X

12 0h1A0C 2nd motor rated

current 0.1–100.0 [A] - X
25 0h1A19 2nd motor V/F
pattern

0 Linear
1 Square reduction 0 X
2 User V/F

26 0h1A1A 2nd motor forward
torque boost

0.0–15.0 [%]

4.0 X

27 0h1A1B 2nd motor reverse

torque boost 4.0 X
28 0h1A1C 2nd motor stall

prevention level 30–150 [%] 150 X

29 0h1A1D

2nd motor
electronic thermal 1
minute level

2nd motor electronic thermal
continuous operation level–
200 [%]

150 O

30 0h1A1E

2nd motor
electronic thermal
continuous
operation level

50–2nd motor electronic
thermal 1 minute level [%] 100 O
* This group is displayed only when one of multi-function input terminal features (standard I/O models: In65–
67, advanced I/O models: In65– 69) is set to 12 (2nd motor selection).
* Settings can be changed during the inverter operation.
1) The setting range varies depending on the set value of the bA08 code.

설치준비 제품설치 기본조작법기능알람표제어블록도 기본기능 응용기능 통신기능 통신기능

9.12 Config Mode group (PAR→CF)
Display Comm.

Address Name

Setting
Range

Initial
Value

Proper
ty* Page
00 x Jump Code 0–95 1 O p.43,
p.52

01 0h1B01 Display after
power on

Items that are displayed after power is
on

0 O p.151

0 Command Frequency
1 Acceleration time
2 Deceleration time
3 Command source
4 Frequency setting method
5 Motor selection
6 Rated motor current
7 Base frequency
8 Maximum frequency
9 Output voltage adjustment
10 Forward boost
11 Reverse boost
12 Output current
13 Motor RPM
14 Inverter DC voltage
15 User select signal (code, dr81
setting)
16 Currently out of order
17 Open hidden groups

02 0h1B02 I/O Type

0 Standard I/O

- - -

1 Advanced I/O
* Settings can be changed during the inverter operation.

Display Comm.

Address Name

Setting
Range

Initial
Value

Prope
rty* Page

79 0h1B4F Software

version Inverter program version - - -

93 0h1B5D Parameter
initialization

0 Do not initialize

0 X p.52
p.136

1 Initialize all
2 Initialize operation group
3 Initialize drive (dr) group
4 Initialize basic function (bA)
group
5 Initialize expanded function
(Ad) group
6 Initialize control function
(Cn) group
7 Initialize input terminal block
(In) group
8 Initialize output terminal
block (OU) group
9 Initialize communication
function (CM) group
10 Initialize application function
(AP) group
11 Initialize protection function
(Pr) group
12 Initialize 2nd motor function
(M2) group
13 Initialize config mode (CF)
group

94 0h1B5E Password

registration 0000–FFFF 0000 O

p.136

95 0h1B5F Parameter
lock

UL
(Unlock) Unlock parameter

UL O

L (Lock) Lock parameter
* Settings can be changed during the inverter operation.

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10 Troubleshooting
This chapter explains how to troubleshoot a problem when inverter protective functions, fault trips,
warning signals, or a fault occurs. If the inverter does not work normally after following the suggested
troubleshooting steps, please contact the LSIS customer service center.

10.1 Trips
When the inverter detects a fault, it stops the operation (trips) or sends out a warning signal. When a
trip or warning occurs, the keypad displays the information. Users can read the warning message at
Pr91–Pr95. When more than 2 trips occur at roughly the same time, the keypad (basic keypad with 7-
segment display) displays the higher priority fault trip information.
The fault conditions can be categorized as follows:
• Level: When the fault is corrected, the trip or warning signal disappears and the fault is not saved
in the fault history.
• Latch: When the fault is corrected and a reset input signal is provided, the trip or warning signal
disappears.
• Fatal: When the fault is corrected, the fault trip or warning signal disappears only after the user
turns off the inverter, waits until the charge indicator light goes off, and turns the inverter on again.
If the inverter is still in a fault condition after powering it on again, please contact the supplier or
the LSIS customer service center.

Fault Trips
Protection Functions for Output Current and Input Voltage
Keypad
Display Item Type Description

OLt
(Over Load) Latch

Displayed when the motor overload trip is activated and the
actual load level exceeds the set level. Operates when Pr20
is set to a value other than 0.

OCt
(Over
Current)

Latch Displayed when inverter output current exceeds 200% of the
rated current.

Ovt
(Over
Voltage)

Latch Displayed when internal DC circuit voltage exceeds the
specified value.

Lvt
(Low Voltage) Level

Displayed when internal DC circuit voltage is less than the
specified value.

GFt
(Ground Trip) Latch

Displayed when a ground fault trip occurs on the output side
of the inverter and causes the current to exceed the specified
value. The specified value varies depending on inverter
capacity.

EtH
(E-Thermal) Latch

Displayed based on inverse time-limit thermal
characteristics to prevent motor overheating. Operates when
Pr40 is set to a value other than 0.

OPO
(Out Phase
Open)

Latch

Displayed when a 3-phase inverter output has one or more
phases in an open circuit condition. Operates when bit 1 of
Pr05 is set to 1.

IOL
(Inverter OLT) Latch

Displayed when the inverter has been protected from
overload and resultant overheating, based on inverse time-
limit thermal characteristics. Allowable overload rate for the
inverter is 150% for 1 min.

rOt Fatal

Displayed when the input power is unstable or an initial
charging circuit trip occurs while supplying power to the
inverter. 1) 2)
1) The ‘rOt’ t rip occurs only in the 0.4–2.2 kW models.
2) There is a possibility of ROT trip when power is turned on within 1 second after LVT trip due to power OFF.

문제해결 유지보수 기술사양

Protection Functions Using Abnormal Internal Circuit Conditions and External Signals
Keypad
Display Item Type Description

OHt
(Over Heat) Latch

Displayed when the temperature of the inverter heat sink
exceeds the specified value.

ntC
(NTC Open) Latch

Displayed when an error is detected in the temperature
sensor of the Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor (IGBT).

FAn
(Fan Trip) Latch Displayed when an error is detected in the cooling fan2).

EtA,Etb
(External Trip

A,B)

Latch

When the multi-function input terminal of the I/O is set to
EtA or EtB, the input terminal is used as the signal.
• EtA is displayed when the CM and short signal are
generated when the multi-function input is NPN or
P24 and the short signal is generated when multi-
function input is PNP.
• EtB is displayed when the CM and open signal are
generated when multi-function input is NPN or P24
and open signal is generated when multi-function
input is PNP.

COM
(Communication
trip)

Latch Displayed when communication between the Main DSP
and the IO CPU is disconnected for more than 500 ms.

nbr Latch

Displayed when the inverter’s output current is below the
value set at Ad41 during the external brake signal
operation based on the multi-function terminal function
setting. Set OU31 or OU32 to 19 (Brake signal setting).
2) The cooling fan trip can be occurred when it is overloaded, its connectors are disconnected, or its components
break. When the problems are solved, Fan Trip is cleared and the fan operates normally.

10.2 Troubleshooting Fault Trips
When a fault trip or warning occurs due to a protection function, refer to the following table for
possible causes and remedies.
Item Cause Remedy
OLt
(Over Load)

The load is greater than the motor’s rated
capacity.

Ensure that the motor and inverter have
appropriate capacity ratings.

The set value for the overload trip level
(Pr21) is too low.

Increase the set value for the overload trip
level.

OCt
(Over Current)

Acc/Dec time is too short, compared to
load inertia (bA16). Increase Acc/Dec time.
The inverter load is greater than the rated
capacity.

Replace the inverter with a model that has
increased capacity.

The inverter supplied an output while the
motor was idling.

Operate the inverter after the motor has
stopped or use the speed search function
(Cn71).

The mechanical brake of the motor is
operating too fast. Check the mechanical brake.

Ovt
(Over Voltage)

Deceleration time is too short for the load
inertia (bA16). Increase the acceleration time.
A generative load occurs at the inverter
output. Use the braking unit.
The input voltage is too high. Determine if the input voltage is above the
specified value.

Lvt
(Low Voltage)

The input voltage is too low.

Determine if the input voltage is below the
specified value. Adjust the bA19 (Inverter
input voltage) value.

A load greater than the power capacity is
connected to the system (e.g., a welder,
direct motor connection, etc.)

Increase the power capacity.

The magnetic contactor connected to the
power source has a faulty connection. Replace the magnetic contactor.

GFt
(Ground Trip)

A ground fault has occurred in the inverter
output wiring. Check the output wiring.
The motor insulation is damaged. Replace the motor.

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Item Cause Remedy

EtH
(E-Thermal)

The motor has overheated. Reduce the load or operation frequency.
The inverter load is greater than the rated
capacity.

Replace the inverter with a model that has
increased capacity.

The inverter has been operated at low speed
for an extended duration.

Replace the motor with a model that
supplies extra power to the cooling fan.

OPO
(Out Phase
Open)

The magnetic contactor on the output side
has a connection fault.

Check the magnetic contactor on the
output side.
The output wiring is faulty. Check the output wiring.

IOL
(Inverter OLT)

The load is greater than the rated motor
capacity.

Replace the motor and inverter with
models that have increased capacity.
The torque boost level is too high. Reduce the torque boost level.

OHt
(Over Heat)

There is a problem with the cooling system. Determine if a foreign object is obstructing
the air inlet, outlet, or vent.
The inverter cooling fan has been operated
for an extended period. Replace the cooling fan.
The ambient temperature is too high. Keep the ambient temperature below
50℃.

ntC
(NTC Open)

The ambient temperature is too low. Keep the ambient temperature above -
10℃.
There is a fault with the internal temperature
sensor.

Contact the retailer or the LSIS customer
service center.

FAn
(Fan Trip)

A foreign object is obstructing the fan’s air
vent.

Remove the foreign object from the air
inlet or outlet.
The cooling fan needs to be replaced. Replace the cooling fan.

rOt
(Relay Open
Trip

The input power is unstable or an initial
charging circuit trip occurs while supplying
power to the inverter.

Turn off and on the power again. If the
problem continues, stop using the inverter
and contact the retailer or the LSIS
customer service center.

10.3 Troubleshooting Other Faults
When a fault other than those identified as fault trips or warnings occurs, refer to the following table
for possible causes and remedies.
Item Cause Remedy

Parameters cannot
be set.

The inverter is in operation (driving
mode).

Stop the inverter to change to program
mode and set the parameter.
The parameter access is incorrect. Canhde csket tthhee cpoarrraemcteptearr.ameter access level
The password is incorrect. lCheck the password, disable the parameter

ock and set the parameter.
Low voltage is detected. vCheck the power input to resolve the low

oltage and set the parameter.

The motor does
not rotate.

The frequency command source is set
incorrectly.

Check the frequency command source
setting.

The operation command source is set
incorrectly.

Check the operation command source
setting.

Power is not supplied to the terminal
R/S/T.

Check the terminal connections R/S/T and
U/V/W.
The charge lamp is turned off. Turn on the inverter.
The operation command is off. Turn on the operation command (RUN).
The motor is locked. Unlock the motor or lower the load level.
The load is too high. Operate the motor independently.
An emergency stop signal is input. Reset the emergency stop signal.

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Item Cause Remedy

The motor does
not rotate.

The wiring for the control circuit terminal
is incorrect.

Check the wiring for the control circuit
terminal.

The input option for the frequency
command is incorrect.

Check the input option for the frequency
command.

The input voltage or current for the
frequency command is incorrect.

Check the input voltage or current for the
frequency command.

The PNP/NPN mode is selected
incorrectly. Check the PNP/NPN mode setting.
The frequency command value is too low.

Check the frequency command and input
a value above the starting frequency
(dr19).
The [STOP] key is pressed. Check that the stoppage is normal, if so
resume operation normally.
Motor torque is too low. If the fault remains, replace the inverter
with a model with increased capacity.

The motor rotates
in the opposite
direction to the
command.

The wiring for the motor output cable is
incorrect.

Determine if the cable on the output side
is wired correctly to the phase (U/V/W)
of the motor.

The signal connection between the control
circuit terminal (forward/reverse rotation)
of the inverter and the forward/reverse
rotation signal on the control panel side is
incorrect.

Check the forward/reverse rotation
wiring.

The motor only
rotates in one
direction.

Reverse rotation prevention is selected. Remove the reverse rotation prevention.
The reverse rotation signal is not provided,
even when a 3-wire sequence is selected.

Check the input signal associated with
the 3-wire operation and adjust as
necessary.

Item Cause Remedy

The motor is
overheating.

The load is too heavy.

Reduce the load. Increase Acc/Dec time.
Check the motor parameters and set the
correct values.
Replace the motor and the inverter with
models with appropriate capacity for the
load.

The ambient temperature of the motor is
too high.

Lower the ambient temperature of the
motor.

The phase-to-phase voltage of the motor is
insufficient.

Use a motor that can withstand phase-to-
phase voltages surges greater than the
maximum surge voltage.
Only use motors suitable for applications
with inverters.
Connect the AC reactor to the inverter
output (set the carrier frequency (Cn04)
to 2 kHz).

The motor fan has stopped or the fan is
obstructed with debris.

Check the motor fan and remove any
foreign objects.

The motor stops
during
acceleration or
when connected to
load.

The load is too high.

Reduce the load.
Replace the motor and the inverter with
models with appropriate capacity for the
load.

The motor does
not accelerate.
/The acceleration
time is too long.

The frequency command value is low. Set an appropriate value.
The load is too high.

Reduce the load and increase the
acceleration time.
Check the mechanical brake status.

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Item Cause Remedy

The motor does
not accelerate.
/The acceleration
time is too long.

The acceleration time is too long. Change the acceleration time.
The combined values of the motor
properties and the inverter parameter
are incorrect.

Change the motor related parameters.

The stall prevention level during
acceleration is low.

Change the stall prevention level.

The stall prevention level during
operation is low.
Starting torque is insufficient. If the fault remains, replace the inverter
with a model with increased capacity.

Motor speed varies
during operation.

There is a high variance in load. Replace the motor and inverter with
models that have increased capacity.
The input voltage varies. Reduce input voltage variation.
Motor speed variations occur at a
specific frequency.

Adjust the output frequency to avoid a
resonance area.

The motor rotation
is different from
the setting.

The V/F pattern is set incorrectly. Set a V/F pattern that is suitable for the
motor specification.

The motor
deceleration time
is too long even
with Dynamic
Braking (DB)
resistor connected.

The deceleration time is set too long. Change the setting accordingly.

The motor torque is insufficient.

If motor parameters are normal, it is likely
to be a motor capacity fault. Replace the
motor with a model with increased
capacity.

The load is higher than the internal
torque limit determined by the rated
current of the inverter.

Replace the inverter with a model with
increased capacity.

Operation is
difficult in
underload
applications.

The carrier frequency is too high. Reduce the carrier frequency.
Over-excitation has occurred due to an
inaccurate V/F setting at low speed.

Reduce the torque boost value to avoid
over-excitation.

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Item Cause Remedy

Item Cause Remedy
While the inverter
is in operation, a
control unit
malfunctions or
noise occurs.

Noise occurs due to switching inside the
inverter.

Change the carrier frequency (Cn04) to the
minimum value.
Install a micro surge filter in the inverter
output.

When the inverter
is operating, the
earth leakage
breaker is
activated.

An earth leakage breaker will interrupt
the supply if current flows to ground
during inverter operation.

Connect the inverter to a ground terminal.
Check that the ground resistance is less than
100 Ω for 200 V inverters.
Check the capacity of the earth leakage
breaker and make the appropriate
connection, based on the rated current of the
inverter.
Reduce the carrier frequency (Cn04).
Make the cable length between the inverter
and the motor as short as possible.

The motor
vibrates severely
and does not rotate
normally.

Phase-to-phase voltage of 3-phase
power source is not balanced.

Check the input voltage and balance the
voltage.
Check and test the motor’s insulation.

The motor makes
humming, or loud
noises.

Resonance occurs between the motor's
natural frequency and the carrier
frequency.

Slightly increase or decrease the carrier
frequency (Cn04).

Resonance occurs between the motor's
natural frequency and the inverter’s
output frequency.

Slightly increase or decrease the carrier
frequency.
Use the frequency jump function to avoid
the frequency band where resonance occurs.
(Ad27–33)

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Item Cause Remedy

The motor
vibrates/hunts.

The frequency input command is an
external, analog command.

In situations of noise inflow on the
analog input side that results in command
interference, change the input filter time
constant (In07, In52, In57).

The wiring length between the inverter and
the motor is too long.

Ensure that the total cable length between
the inverter and the motor is less than
100 m.

The motor does
not come to a
complete stop
when the inverter
output stops.

It is difficult to decelerate sufficiently,
because DC braking is not operating
normally.

Adjust the DC braking parameter.
Increase the set value for the DC braking
current.
Increase the set value for the DC braking
stopping time. (Ad15)

The output
frequency does
not increase to the
frequency
reference.

The frequency reference is within the jump
frequency range.

Set the frequency reference higher than
the jump frequency range.

The frequency reference is exceeding the
upper limit of the frequency command.

Set the upper limit of the frequency
command higher than the frequency
reference.

Because the load is too heavy, the stall
prevention function is working.

Replace the inverter with a model with
increased capacity.

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11 Maintenance
This chapter explains how to replace the cooling fan, the regular inspections to complete, and how to
store and dispose of the product. An inverter is vulnerable to environmental conditions and faults also
occur due to component wear and tear. To prevent breakdowns, please follow the maintenance
recommendations in this section.

• Before you inspect the product, read all safety instructions contained in this manual.
• Before you clean the product, ensure that the power is off.
• Clean the inverter with a dry cloth. Cleaning with wet cloths, water, solvents, or detergents may
result in electric shock or damage to the product.

11.1 Regular Inspection Lists

Daily Inspections
Inspection
area

Inspection
item Inspection details

Inspection
method

Judgment
standard

Inspection
equipment

All Ambient
environment

Is the ambient
temperature and
humidity within the
design range, and is
there any dust or
foreign objects
present?

Refer to 1.3
Installation
Considerations
on page 6.

No icing
(ambient
temperature: -
10 - +40) and
no
condensation
(ambient
humidity below
50%)

Thermometer,
hygrometer,
recorder

All

Inverter

Is there any
abnormal vibration
or noise?

Visual
inspection No abnormality -

Power
voltage

Are the input and
output voltages
normal?

Measure
voltages
between R/T-
phases in. the
inverter

Refer to 12.1
Input and
Output
Specification
on page 234.

Digital
multimeter
tester

Input/Output
circuit

Smoothing
capacitor

Is there any leakage
from the inside?

Visual
inspection No abnormality -

Inspection
area

Inspection
item Inspection details

Inspection
method

Judgment
standard

Inspection
equipment

Is the capacitor
swollen?

Cooling
system Cooling fan

Is there any
abnormal vibration
or noise?

Turn off the
system and
check
operation by
rotating the fan
manually.

Fan rotates
smoothly -

Display Measuring
device

Is the display value
normal?

Check the
display value
on the panel.

Check and
manage
specified
values.

Voltmeter,
ammeter, etc.

Motor All

Is there any
abnormal vibration
or noise?

Visual
inspection

No abnormality -

Is there any
abnormal smell?

Check for
overheating or
damage.

Annual Inspections
Inspection
area

Inspection
item

Inspection
details Inspection method

Judgment
standard

Inspection
equipment

Input/Output
circuit

All

Megger test
(between
input/output
terminals and
earth terminal)

Disconnect inverter
and short
R/S/T/U/V/W
terminals, and then
measure from each
terminal to the ground
terminal using a
Megger.

Must be
above 5 MΩ

DC 500 V
Megger

Is there
anything loose
in the device?

Tighten up all screws.
Is there any No abnormality
evidence of
parts
overheating?

Visual inspection

Cable
connections

Are there any
corroded
cables? Visual inspection No abnormality -
Is there any
damage to cable

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Inspection
area

Inspection
item

Inspection
details Inspection method

Judgment
standard

Inspection
equipment

insulation?

Terminal
block

Is there any
damage? Visual inspection No abnormality -

Smoothing
capacitor

Measure
electrostatic
capacity.

Measure with capacity
meter.

Rated capacity
over 85%

Capacity
meter

Relay

Is there any
chattering noise
during
operation?

Visual inspection

No abnormality -

Is there any
damage to the
contacts?

Visual inspection

Input/output
circuit

Braking
resistor

Is there any
damage from
resistance?

Visual inspection No abnormality

Digital
multimeter /
Check for analog tester
disconnection.

Disconnect one side
and measure with a
tester.

Must be within
±10% of the
rated value of
the resistor.

Control circuit
Protection
circuit

Operation
check

Check for
output voltage
imbalance while
the inverter is in
operation.

Measure voltage
between the inverter
output terminal U/ V/
W.

Balance the
voltage between
phases within
4V. Digital
multimeter
or DC
voltmeter

Is there an error
in the display
circuit after the
sequence
protection test?

Test the inverter output
protection in both short
and open circuit
conditions.

The circuit must
work according
to the sequence.

Cooling
system Cooling fan

Are any of the
fan parts loose?

Check all connected
parts and tighten all
screws.

No abnormality -

Display Display
device

Is the display
value normal?

Check the command
value on the display
device.

Specified and
managed values
must match.

Voltmeter,
Ammeter,
etc.

Bi-annual Inspections
Inspection
area

Inspection
item Inspection details

Inspection
method

Judgment
standard

Inspection
equipment

Motor Insulation
resistance

Megger test
(between the input,

Disconnect the
cables for

Must be above 5
MΩ.

DC 500 V
Megger

Inspection
area

Inspection
item Inspection details

Inspection
method

Judgment
standard

Inspection
equipment

output and earth
terminals).

terminals U/V/
W and test the
wiring.

Do not run an insulation resistance test (Megger) on the control circuit as it may result in damage to the
product.

11.2 Storage and Disposal

Storage
If you are not using the product for an extended period, store it in the following way:
• Store the product in the same environmental conditions as specified for operation (refer to1.3
Installation Considerations on page 6).
• When storing the product for a period longer than 3 months, store it between 10˚C and 30˚C, to
prevent depletion of the electrolytic capacitor.
• Do not expose the inverter to snow, rain, fog, or dust.
• Package the inverter in a way that prevents contact with moisture. Keep the moisture level below
70% in the package by including a desiccant, such as silica gel.
• Do not store the inverter in dusty or humid environments. If the inverter is installed in an
unsuitable environment (for example, a construction site) and the inverter will be unused for an
extended period, remove the inverter and store it in a suitable place.

Disposal
When disposing of the product, categorize it as general industrial waste. Recyclable materials are
included in the product, so recycle them whenever possible. The packing materials and all metal parts
can be recycled. Although plastic can also be recycled, it can be incinerated under controlled
conditions in some regions.

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If the inverter has not been operated for a long time, capacitors lose their charging characteristics and are
depleted. To prevent depletion, turn on the product once a year and allow the device to operate for 30-60
min. Run the device under no-load conditions.

12 Technical Specification

12.1 Input and Output Specification
Model LSLV□□□□M100–1EOFN□ 0001 0002 0004 0008 0015 0022
Applied
motor Heavy load

HP 0.125 0.25 0.5 1.0 2.0 3.0
kW 0.1 0.2 0.4 0.75 1.5 2.2

Rated
output

Rated capacity (kVA) 0.3 0.6 0.95 1.9 3.0 4.5
Rated current (A) 0.8 1.4 2.4 4.2 7.5 10.0
Output frequency 0–400 Hz
Output voltage (V) 3-phase 200–240 V

Rated input

Working voltage (V) Single phase 200-240 V AC (-15% to +10%)
Input frequency 50–60 Hz (5%)
Rated current (A) 1.0 1.8 3.7 7.1 13.6 18.7
Weight (lb/kg) 1.46/0.66 2.2/1 3.2/1.45
• The standard motor capacity is based on a standard 4-pole motor.
• The standard used is based on a 220 V supply voltage
• The rated output current may be limited depending on the carrier frequency (Cn4) setting.
• The maximum output voltage cannot exceed the power voltage. The output voltage can be set
below the power voltage.
• The output voltage outputs 20–40% less than normal when a motor is not connected to protect the
inverter.

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12.2 Product Specification Details
Item Description

Control

Control method V/F control, slip compensation
Frequency settings
power resolution

Digital command: 0.01Hz
Analog command: 0.06 Hz (60 Hz standard)
Frequency accuracy 1% of maximum output frequency
V/F pattern Linear, square reduction, user V/F
Overload capacity Rated current: 150% 1 min
Torque boost Manual torque boost, automatic torque boost

Operation

Operation type Select key pad, terminal strip, or communication operation
Frequency settings

Analog type: V1terminal 0–10 V, I2 terminal (Advanced I/O) 0–20 mA
and 0–10 V
Digital type: key pad input

Operation function

• Anti-forward and reverse direction
rotation
• Frequency jump
• Frequency limit
• DC braking
• Jog operation
• Up-down operation
• 3-wire operation

• Dwell operation
• Slip compensation
• PID control
• Energy saving operation
• Speed search
• Automatic restart

Input

Multi-
function
terminal

Select PNP (Source) or NPN (Sink) mode.
The function can be set depending on the parameter settings at In65–69
(advanced I/O) or In65–67 (standard I/O) codes.

Item Description

Operation

Input

Multi-
function
terminal

• Forward direction operation
• Reset
• Emergency stop
• Multi-step speed frequency-
high/med/low
• DC braking during stop
• Frequency increase
• 3-wire
• Select acc/dec/stop

• Reverse direction operation
• External trip
• Jog operation
• Multi-step acc/dec-
high/med/low
• Second motor selection
• Frequency reduction
• Fix analog command frequency
• Transition from PID to general
operation

Output

Multi-
function open
collector
terminal
(standard I/O
only)

Fault output and inverter
operation status output

Less than DC 24 V, 50 mA

Multi-
function relay
terminal

Less than (N.O., N.C.) AC250V
1A, Less than DC 30V, 1A

Analog
output

0–10 Vdc: Select frequency, output current, output voltage, DC
terminal voltage and others

Protection
function

Trip

• Motor over heat trip
• Motor overload trip
• Output open-phase trip
• External signal trip
• Inverter overload trip
• Command loss trip
• Over current trip
• Inverter over heat
• Over voltage trip
• Ground trip

• COM trip
• Fan trip
• Low voltage trip
• Command loss trip

Alarm Overload alarm
Instantaneous
blackout

Less than15 ms: continue operation (must be within the rated input
voltage and rated output range)
More than 15 ms: auto restart operation

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Item Description

Structure/
working
environment

Cooling type Natural cooling structure (0.1–0.2 kW)
Forced fan cooling structure (0.4–2.2 kW)
Protection structure IP 20, UL Open Type
Ambient
temperature1) -10–50℃ (14–122F) (No ice or frost should be present.)
Ambient humidity Relative humidity less than 95% RH (to avoid condensation
forming)
Storage temperature -20C–65C (- 4–149F)
Surrounding
environment

Prevent contact with corrosive gases, inflammable gases, oil stains,
dust, and other pollutants (Pollution Degree 2).

Operation
altitude/oscillation No higher than 3280ft (1,000 m). Less than 9.8 m/sec2 (1G).
Pressure 70–106 kPa
1) The 0.1 kW–0.2 kW products can be operated at a maximum of 50℃. However, the lifespan of the product
may be reduced when operating continuously with a full load when the ambient temperature exceeds 40℃
(35℃ when an optional vent cover is installed).

12.3 External Dimensions (IP 20 Type)
0.1–0.2 kW (Single Phase)

0.4–0.8 kW (Single Phase)

1.5–2.2 kW (Single Phase)

Items W1 W2 H1 H2 H3 H4 D1 A B Φ

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Items W1 W2 H1 H2 H3 H4 D1 A B Φ
0001M100-1,
0002M100-1

85
(3.34)

75
(2.95)

135
(5.31)

135.5
(5.33)

145
(5.70)

5
(0.19)

100
(3.93)

5
(0.19)

4.5
(0.18)

4.5
(0.18)

0004M100-1,
0008M100-1

85
(3.34)

75
(2.95)

153
(6.02)

153.5
(6.04)

163
(6.42)

5
(0.19)

123
(4.84)

5
(0.19)

4.5
(0.18)

4.5
(0.18)

0015M100-1,
0022M100-1,

100
(3.94)

90
(3.54)

180
(7.08)

180.5
(7.10)

190
(7.48)

5
(0.19)

140
(5.51)

5
(0.19)

4.5
(0.18)

4.5
(0.18)

Unit: mm (inches)

12.4 Peripheral Devices
Compatible Circuit Breaker, Leakage Breaker), Magnetic Contactor) and Motor Circuit
Breaker (MMS) Models (manufactured by LSIS)

Inverter
Capacity

Circuit Breaker Leakage Breaker Magnetic
Contactor

Motor Circuit Breaker
(MMS)

Model Rating

[A] Model

Rating
[A] Model

Rating
[A] Model

Rating
[A]

0.1kW-1

UTE100
N

15

EBS33c

5

MC-6a 9

MMS-32H-1 1
0.2kW-1 MMS-32H-2.5 2.5
0.4kW-1 MMS-32H-6 6
0.8kW-1 10 MMS-32H-8 8
1.5kW-1 15 MC-18a,

MC18b 18 MMS-32H-17 17
2.2kW-1 20 220 GMC-32 22 MMS-32H-32 32

12.5 Fuse and Reactor Specifications
Inverter capacity

AC Input Fuse AC Reactor
Current [A] Voltage[V] Inductance [mH] Current [A]

0.1kW-1

5

600

4.2 3.5

0.2kW-1
0.4kW-1

10 1.2 10

0.8kW-1
1.5kW-1 15 0.88 14
2.2kW-1 20 0.56 20

Only use Class H or RK5, UL listed input fuses and UL listed circuit breakers. See the table above for the
voltage and current ratings for fuses and circuit breakers.

Utiliser UNIQUEMENT des fusibles d’entrée homologués de Classe H ou RK5 UL et des disjoncteurs
UL. Se reporter au tableau ci-dessus pour la tension et le courant nominal des fusibless et des disjoncteurs.

12.6 Terminal Screw Specification
Input/Output Terminal Screw Specification

Product (kW)

Terminal Screw Size Screw Torque
E R T B1 B2 U V W (Kgfcm/Nm)

Single phase
200V

0.1

M3 2.1M3–M3.5

–5.0/0.2–0.5

M4
2.1–8.0/0.2–0.8

0.2
0.4
0.75
1.5

M4 M3.5

2.2

Control Circuit Terminal Screw Specification
Terminal Terminal Screw Size Screw Torque (Kgfcm/Nm)
P1–P5/CM/VR/V1/I2/AO/Q1/EG/241)
M2.6 4.0/0.4
A1/B1/C1/A2/C21)
1) P4, P5, I2, A2, and C2 terminals are unavailable when using the standard I/O. Q1 and EG terminals are
unavailable when using the advanced I/O.
Refer to 2.2 Cable Wiring Step 4 Control Terminal Wiring on page 24.

Apply rated torques to the terminal screws. Loose screws may cause short circuits and malfunctions.
Tightening the screw too much may damage the terminals and cause short circuits and malfuctions. Use
copper wires only with 600V, 75℃ rating for the power terminal wiring, and 300V, 75℃ rating for the
control terminal wiring.

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Appliquer des couples de marche aux vis des bornes. Des vis desserrées peuvent provoquer des courts-
circuits et des dysfonctionnements. Ne pas trop serrer la vis, car cela risque d’endommager les bornes et de
provoquer des courts-circuits et des dysfonctionnements. Utiliser uniquement des fils de cuivre avec une
valeur nominale de 600 V, 75 ℃ pour le câblage de la borne d’alimentation, et une valeur nominale de
300 V, 75 ℃ pour le câblage de la borne de commande.

12.7 Braking Resistor Specification
Product (kW) Resistance (Ω) Rated Capacity (W)
1.5 60 300
2.2 50 400

The standard for braking torque is 150% and the working rate (%ED) is 5%. If the working rate is
10%, the rated capacity for braking resistance must be calculated at twice the standard.

12.8 Continuous Rated Current Derating
Derating by Carrier Frequency
The continuous rated current of the inverter is limited based on the carrier frequency. Refer to the
following graph.
Frame A (0.1kW-1, 0.2kW-1) Frame B/C (0.4kW-1–2.2kW-1)
Carrier Frequency
(kHz)

Constant-rated
Current (%)

Carrier Frequency
(kHz)

Constant-rated
Current (%)
1–4 100 1–6 100
8 88 8 88
12 77 12 77
15 72 15 72

[Frame A (0.1kW-1, 0.2kW-1)]

The 0.1 kW–0.2 kW products can be operated at a maximum of 50℃. However, the lifespan of the
product may be reduced when operating continuously with a full load when the ambient temperature
exceeds 40℃ (35℃ when an optional vent cover is installed).

0%

20%

40%

60%

80%

100%

120%

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

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[Frame B/C (0.4kW-1–2.2kW-1)]

If the ambient temperature is high, and if the maximum carrier frequency for continuous full load
conditions (4 kHz for A Frame 0.1 kW-1/0.2 kW-1 products, 6 kHz for B/C Frame 0.4 kW-1 – 2.2
kW-1 products) is exceeded, a protective feature may be activated to limit the carrier frequency (to 4
kHz / 6 kHz) to prevent damages to the product.
The protective feature will be deactivated and the user-configured carrier frequency will be used
again when the internal temperature becomes low enough for reliable operation.
Before operating the product with a high carrier frequency, refer to the table above to ensure that the
carrier frequency is appropriately set for reliable operation at continuous full load conditions(%).

0%

20%

40%

60%

80%

100%

120%

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Derating by Input Voltage
The continuous rated current of the inverter is limited based on the input voltage. Refer to the
following graph.

Input voltage 200V 210V 220V 230V 240V 250V 264V
Constant-rated
current 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 95.8% 90.0%

Derating by Ambient Temperature and Installation Type
The constant-rated current of the inverter is limited based on the ambient temperature and installation
type. Refer to the following graph.

60.0%

80.0%

100.0%

200V 210V 220V 230V 240V 250V 260V

30℃

50%

100%

70%

50℃

85%

0 40℃

Drive Rating

Ambient Temperature

IP20 / UL Open Drive

Side-by-side
Mounting

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12.9 Remote Keypad Option
The option consists of a remote keypad and cables (1M, 2M, 3M, 5M).

Unit: mm

Installation
1 Remove the remote keypad cable connection hole and then connect the cable of the remote keypad
to the I/O RJ45 connector.
2 Connect the other end of the cable to the remote keypad.

How to use

1 When connecting the remote keypad, the key and potentiometer on the inverter keypad are ignored
and replaced by the key and potentiometer on the remote keypad.
- Dismount the remote keypad and 2 seconds later, it will return to the original position with the key
and potemtiometer on the inverter keypad.
(If the frequency reference source set to potentiometer, at the time of mounting and dismounting,
the command frequency is instantly switched between the inverter keypad potentiometer and the
remote keypad potemtiometer. Be careful that the motor does not rotate at an unintended frequency.)
- If communication between the inverter and the remote keypad is not established, "E.vEr" is
displayed on the remote keypad 7-Seg.
2 With the remote keypad connected to the inverter, parameter settings saved in the inverter can be
copied to the remote keypad by setting the dr 85 to 1.
- "R-UL" is displayed on the 7-Seg keypad during upload. When the save is complete, the text
disappears and the main screen is displayed.
- If there is an error such as communication error during upload, "FAIL" warning message will be
displayed for 3 seconds and the operation to save the parameter on the remote keypad will fail.
3 With the remote keypad connected to the other inverter of same series, parameter settings saved in
the remote keypad can be copied to the inverter by setting the dr 86 to 1.
- "W-dL" is displayed on the 7-Seg keypad during saving. When the save is complete, the text
disappears and the main screen is displayed.
- At this time, if the model name of the inverter is wrong or the version of the parameter code of the
inverter is wrong or if an error such as remote keypad communication error occurs, a warning
message "FAIL" is displayed for 3 seconds and the parameter is set to inverter Will fail.

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Product Warranty

Warranty Information
Fill in this warranty information form and keep this page for future reference or when warranty service
may be required.

Product
Name LSIS Standard Inverter

Date of
Installation

Model
Name LSLV-M100

Warranty
Period

Customer
Info

Name (or company)
Address
Contact Info.

Retailer
Info

Name (or company)
Address
Contact Info.

Warranty Period
The product warranty covers product malfunctions, under normal operating conditions, for 12 months
from the date of installation. If the date of installation is unknown, the product warranty is valid for 18
months from the date of manufacturing. Please note that the product warranty terms may vary depending
on purchase or installation contracts.

Warranty Service Information
During the product warranty period, warranty service (free of charge) is provided for product
malfunctions caused under normal operating conditions. For warranty service, contact an official LSIS
agent or service center.

Non-Warranty Service
A service fee will be incurred for malfunctions in the following cases:

• intentional abuse or negligence
• power supply problems or from other appliances being connected to the product
• acts of nature (fire, flood, earthquake, gas accidents etc.)
• modifications or repair by unauthorized persons
• missing authentic LSIS rating plates
• expired warranty period

Visit Our Website
Visit us at http://www.lsis.com for detailed service information.

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EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
We, the undersigned,

Representative: LSIS Co., Ltd.
Address: LS Tower, 127, LS-ro, Dongan-gu,
Anyang-si, Gyeonggi-do,
Korea

Manufacturer: LSIS Co., Ltd.
Address: 56, Samseong 4-gil, Mokcheon-eup,
Dongnam-gu, Cheonan-si, Chungcheongnam-do,
Korea

Certify and declare under our sole responsibility that the following apparatus:

Type of Equipment: Inverter (Power Conversion Equipment)

Model Name: LSLV-M100 series

Trade Mark: LSIS Co., Ltd.

Conforms with the essential requirements of the directives:

2014/35/EU Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council on the
harmonisation of the laws of the Member States relating to the making available on the
market of electrical equipment designed for use within certain voltage limits.

2014/30/EU Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council on the
harmonisation of the laws of the Member States relating to electromagnetic
compatibility.

2011/65/EU Directive on the restriction of the use certain of certain Hazardous
Substances in electrical and electronic equipment -RoHs.-

LGAI TECNOLOGICAL CENTER is Notified Body nº 370, signs the certified
number 0370-EMC-0098.

Based on the following specifications applied:

EN 61800-3:2004/A1:2012
EN 61800-5-1:2007
2011/65/EU
and therefore, complies with the essential requirements and provisions of the
2014/35/CE ,2014/30/CE and 2011/65/CE Directives.

Place: Chonan, Chungnam,
Korea

UL mark

The UL mark applies to products in the United States and Canada. This mark indicates that UL has
tested and evaluated the products and determined that the products satisfy the UL standards for
product safety. If a product received UL certification, this means that all components inside the
product had been certified for UL standards as well.

CE mark

The CE mark indicates that the products carrying this mark comply with European safety and
environmental regulations. European standards include the Machinery Directive for machine
manufacturers, the Low Voltage Directive for electronics manufacturers and the EMC guidelines for
safe noise control.
Low Voltage Directive
We have confirmed that our products comply with the Low Voltage Directive (EN 61800-5-1).
EMC Directive
The Directive defines the requirements for immunity and emissions of electrical equipment used
within the European Union. The EMC product standard (EN 61800-3) covers requirements stated for
drives.

Index


24 terminal ........................................................... 28

3-Wire Operation .............................................. 116

4-pole standard motor ...................................... 235

7-segment display ............................................... 40
letters ............................................................... 40
numbers ........................................................... 40

A1/C1/B1 terminal ............................................. 28
Acc/Dec pattern .................................................. 91
linear pattern ................................................... 91
Acc/Dec stop ....................................................... 94
Acc/Dec time
configuration via multi-function terminal ... 88
maximum frequency...................................... 86
operation frequency ....................................... 87
analog input ......................................................... 42
analog output ....................................................... 42
AO terminal .................................................... 28
analog output ....................................................... 28
Analog Output................................................. 142
AO terminal ......................................................... 28
ASCII code ........................................................ 182
asynchronous communications system .......... 171
auto restart settings ........................................... 129
auto torque boost ............................................... 100

basic operation .................................................... 39
brake resistor ....................................................... 23
braking resistor

braking resistor specification ...................... 242
braking torque .............................................. 242
broadcast ............................................................ 178

cable ..................................................................... 11
selection .......................................................... 11
Cable
Ground Specifications ................................... 11
Power I/O Cable Specifications ................... 11
carrier frequency
derating .......................................................... 242
charge indicator ........................................ 217, 222
cleaning .............................................................. 229
CM terminal ........................................................ 27
Command source
RS-485 ............................................................ 83
common terminal ................ Refer to EG terminal
communication.................................................. 171
command loss protective operation ........... 175
communication address ............................... 183
communication line connection ................. 173
communication parameters ......................... 173
communication speed .................................. 174
communication standards ........................... 171
illustration of the system configuration ..... 172
PLC ................................................................ 171
protocol ......................................................... 176
compatible common area parameter ............... 186
config mode(CNF) ........................................... 157
Considerations for the installation
Air Pressure ...................................................... 6
Altitude/Vibration ............................................ 6
Ambient Humidity ........................................... 6
Environmental Factors .................................... 6
Considerations for the installation
Ambient Temperature ...................................... 6
customer service center .................................... 217

DC braking after stop .............................. 101, 107
DC braking frequency ...................................... 107
derating ..................................................... 242, 246

disposal ......................................................229, 233
Dwell Operation................................................ 117

earth leakage breaker ........................................ 226
EG terminal ......................................................... 28
EMC filter
asymmetric power ....................................... 32
Enclosed Type 1 ................................................ 238
energy saving operation ................................... 126
error code ........................................................... 181
FE(frame error) ............................................ 181
IA(illegal data address) ............................... 181
ID(illegal data value) ................................... 181
IF(illegal function) ....................................... 181
WM(write mode error) ................................ 181
ESC key ............................................................... 41
external 24 V power terminal ............. Refer to 24
terminal

factory default ..................................................... 54
fatal ..................................................................... 217
fault
fatal ................................................................ 217
latch ............................................................... 217
level ............................................................... 217
trip .................................................................. 218
fault signal output terminal ..... Refer to A1/C1/B1
terminal
FE(frame error) ................................................. 181
free run stop ....................................................... 102
frequency jump ................................................. 104
frequency limit .................................................. 103
frequency jump ............................................ 104
frequency upper and lower limit value ...... 103
maximum/start frequency ........................... 103
frequency setting
keypad ............................................................. 68
variable resistor .............................................. 54
frequency setting(voltage) terminal ... Refer to V1
terminal
fuse ..................................................................... 241


ground .................................................................. 20
ground terminal ................................. 20
Ground
Ground Cable Specifications ........................ 11
Ground Trip
ground fault trip ............................................ 218

half duplex system ............................................ 171

I2
frequency setting(current/voltage) terminal 27
I2 terminal ............................................................ 27
I2 terminal
analog input selection switch (SW2) ........... 27
IA(illegal data address) .................................... 181
ID(illegal data value) ........................................ 181
IF(illegal function) ............................................ 181
Input and Output Specification........................ 235
input terminal ...................................................... 27
CM terminal ................................................... 27
I2 terminal ....................................................... 27
P1–P7 terminal ............................................... 27
V1 terminal ..................................................... 27
VR terminal .................................................... 27
inspection
annual inspection.......................................... 230
bi-annual inspection ..................................... 232
daily inspections ........................................... 229
installation
wiring .............................................................. 18
installation considerations .................................... 6
Installation considerations.................................... 6
inverse time-limit thermal characteristics ...... 218
IP 20 ................................................................... 238

Jog Operation .................................................... 110
FWD Jog ....................................................... 110
jump frequency ................................................. 105


keypad .................................................................. 39
display ............................................................. 39
keypad display .................................................... 40
keypad key
[ESC] key ....................................................... 41
[RUN] key ...................................................... 41
[STOP/RESET] key ...................................... 41

latch .................................................................... 217
LCD loader config mode (CNF) ..................... 157
leakage breaker ................................................. 240
level .................................................................... 217
lift-type load ....................................... 98, 117, 118
linear pattern ........................................................ 91
locating the installation site.................................. 7
location .............................................................. 7
LS INV 485 protocol ........................................ 176

magnetic contactor ...................................... 24, 240
maintenance....................................................... 229
manual torque boost ........................................... 98
Master ................................................................ 172
megger test ................................................230, 232
Modbus-RTU protocol ..................................... 183
monitor
monitor registration protocol details .......... 180
Operation State Monitor.............................. 151
motor output voltage adjustment ...................... 97
motor rotational direction .................................. 37
multi-drop Link System ................................... 171
multi-function key .............................................. 40
multi-function terminal ...................................... 27

NPN mode (Sink) ............................................... 31

operation noise .................................................. 130
frequency jump ............................................ 104
output/communication

24 terminal ...................................................... 28
EG terminal .................................................... 28
S+/S-/SG terminal .......................................... 28
output/communication terminal
A1/C1/B1 terminal ........................................ 28
AO terminal .................................................... 28
Q1 terminal ..................................................... 28

P1~P7 ...................... multi-function input terminal
parameter ............................................................. 48
initialization .................................................. 136
parameter setting ............................................ 48
part names .............................................................. 3
parts illustrated ...................................................... 3
peripheral devices ............................................. 240
phase-to-phase voltage ..................................... 224
PID control ........................................................ 121
configuration................................................. 121
integral time(PID I-Time) ........................... 123
PLC .................................................................... 171
PNP mode (Source) ............................................ 31
PNP/NPN mode selection switch (SW1)
PNP mode (Source) ....................................... 31
PNP/NPN mode selection switch(SW1)
NPN mode (Sink) .......................................... 31
power terminal
P2+/B terminal ............................................... 23
U/V/W terminals ............................................ 23
power terminals
R/T terminals .................................................. 23
protocol .............................................................. 176
LS INV 485 protocol ................................... 176
Modbus-RTU protocol ................................ 183

Q1 terminal .......................................................... 28

R/S/T terminals ................................................. 222
R/T terminals ....................................................... 23
rated
braking resistance rated capacity ................ 242
derating ................................................. 242, 246
rating................................................................... 235

rated input ..................................................... 235
rated output ................................................... 235
rated slip frequency ...................................... 120
refer to Modbus-RTU Protocol ..... Modbus-RTU
Protocol
resonance frequency
carrier frequency .......................................... 130
RS-232 ............................................................... 172
communication ............................................. 172
converter ....................................................... 172
RS-485
communication ............................................. 172
converter ....................................................... 172
signal terminal ................................................ 28
RS-485 signal input terminal .. Refer to S+/S-/SG
terminal , Refer to S+/S-/SG terminal

S+/S-/SG terminal .............................................. 28
safety information ................................................. ii
screw specification ........................................... 241
control circuit terminal screw ..................... 241
input/output terminal screw ........................ 241
screw size ...................................................... 241
screw torque ................................................. 241
sequence common terminal .............. Refer to CM
terminal
serge killer ........................................................... 34
side by side ................................................245, 247
Slave ................................................................... 172
slip compensation operation ............................ 119
Square reduction
V/F pattern Operation .................................... 96
stop mode .......................................................... 101
DC braking after stop ..........................101, 107
deceleration stop .......................................... 101
free run stop .................................................. 102
storage ................................................................ 232
Storing Temperature ............................................. 6
surge killer ........................................................... 24
SW1............... Refer to PNP/NPN mode selection
switch(SW1), Refer to PNP/NPN mode
selection switch(SW1)
SW2.......... Refer to analog input selection switch
(SW2)
SW3................... Refer to analog output selection
switch(SW3)

switch ................................................................... 25

technical specification
specification details ...................................... 236
terminal for frequency reference setting .. Refer to
VR terminal
torque boost ......................................................... 98
auto torque boost .......................................... 100
manual torque boost....................................... 98
overexcitation ................................................. 99
trip .............................................................. 156, 217
fault trips ....................................................... 218
trip condition monitor .................................... 58
troubleshooting fault trips ........................... 220
troubleshooting
other faults .................................................... 222
troubleshooting fault trips ........................... 220

U/V/W terminals ......................................... 23, 222
Unipolar (unipolar power source) ..................... 27
update ................................................................. 180
Up-Down Operation ......................................... 112
user V/F pattern operation.................................. 96
using the keypad ................................................. 43
using the using the keypad
parameter setting ............................................ 48

V/F control ........................................................... 95
Square reductionV/F pattern Operation ...... 96
user V/F pattern operation ............................. 96
V1 terminal .......................................................... 27
V2 input
analog input selection switch(SW2) ............ 27
variable resistor ................................................... 54
variable torque load ............................................ 96
VR terminal ......................................................... 27

warning .............................................................. 217
wiring ................................................................... 18
circuit breaker ............................................... 240

ground ............................................................. 20 WM(write mode error) ..................................... 181