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Omron SYSDRIVE 3G3FV User Manual
The setting procedure for these three parameters is as follows. L for longer than the Check the mechanical system and correct the setting in L Page Chapter 6 Advanced Operation Unlike other parameter settings, the external fault settings have an input procedure, as shown in the following diagrams.
OPE02 Parameter setting The parameter setting is outside of the valid setting range. Adjust the responsiveness of the PID control by means of the proportional gain Pintegral time Iand derivative time D. Chapter 5 Basic Operation H Presetting Frequency Reference Values d through d Parameters d through d contain preset reference values 1 through 8.
The table shows the default setting for V class, 0.
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Run Source And Responsiveness Settings There- fore, always follow the instructions given below when connecting the Inverter to periph- manuwl devices and other parts. Page Chapter 6 Advanced Operation When this parameter is set to 3, in contrast to a setting of 0, the deceleration time is automatically prolonged with main axis overvoltage OV easily detected.
When the forward torque limit has been set, the analog input signal acts as the limit value for torque generated in the forward direction. Application Control contents Sensors used example Speed control Speeds are matched to target values as speed Tacho-generator information in a mechanical system.
Table of contents General Precautions Summary Of Flux Vector Control Functions, Flux Vector Control Chapter 6 Advanced Operation Flux Vector Control This section summarizes the functions that can be used with flux vector control vector control with PG feedback and then provides detailed explanations of the functions that are specific to flux vector control. Page Chapter 5 Basic Operation Note 1. Advanced Note This parameter cannot be changed during operation.
Reference value Gain Max. Chapter 6 Advanced Operation Open-loop Vector Control This section summarizes the functions that can be used with open-loop vector control vector control without PG feedback and then provides detailed explanations of the functions manuap are specific to open-loop vector control.
Page 96 Chapter 3 Preparing for Operation S Monitoring at Startup In operation mode, the frequency reference, output frequency, output current, and output voltage can be monitored immediately if the default settings are being used.
Refer to Chapter 6 Advanced Operation or the parameter tables for details on the other settings. If the maintenance period is extended, it is recommended that the ambient temperature be lowered and that the mqnual time be reduced as much as possible. Chapter 6 Advanced Operation Note 3. There is a heat source nearby. DC braking is used to prevent the motor from rotating due to inertia or external forces when the Inverter is stopped.
Double the values for V class 3g3v. The braking resistor is The deceleration time is too short and the regen Chapter 5 Basic Operation The parameter settings which are used most often are explained below. Parameter F sets the length of time that the difference between the motor speed and reference speed must exceed the PG speed deviation detection level in order to generate a PG speed deviation fault DEV. Increase acceleration time 1 C Multi-function analog output 2 terminal E3 to E5 Reference pages: The run command is ON and voltage is being output.
Alarm Note If the parameter is manaul to 3, the Inverter will operates without references from the host controller. Initialize the torque limit parameters H to H Chapter 6 Advanced Operation Reference Parameters d H Setting the Frequency Reference Function d2 The frequency reference function sets the output frequency upper and lower limits.
Chapter 6 Advanced Operation Note 2. H Low Noise 0. Page Chapter 6 Advanced Operation The multi-function outputs can be set to monitor any of the U1 Inverter status items by setting the last two digits of the parameter number U1- Refer to page for a table listing all of these U1 settings.
The Digital Operator or Inverter contacts are faulty. Chapter 3 Preparing for Operation The following diagram shows this procedure in flowchart format. These function groups 33gfv known as modes. O Chapter 6 Advanced Operation If the output torque at low speed is a problem i. Mounting The Digital Operator Chapter 2 Installation Mounting the Front Cover Mount the front cover to the Inverter by taking in reverse order to the steps to remove the front cover after wiring the terminals. Using The Digital Operator