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SYSDRIVE 3G3IV High-performance/Low noise General-purpose Inverter

Installation/Instruction Manual
Revised June 1995



Notice:
OMRON products are manufactured for use according to proper procedures by a qualified operator and only for the purposes described in this manual. The following conventions are used to indicate and classify precautions in this manual. Always heed the information provided with them. Failure to heed precautions can result in injury to people or damage to the product.

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Indicates information that, if not heeded, is likely to result in loss of life or serious injury.

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serious injury. Caution Indicates information that, if not heeded, could result in relatively serious or minor injury, damage to the product, or faulty operation.

OMRON Product References


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About this Manual:


This manual gives instructions and the installation procedure of the SYSDRIVE 3G3IV General-purpose Inverter

Section 1 This section gives general information and instructions on the SYSDRIVE 3G3IV Generalpurpose Inverter. Section 2 This section describes the wiring procedure and the accessories needed. Also includes an interconnection diagram. Section 3 Describes the operating procedures using flow diagrams. Section 4 Describes the routine checks required for maintenance. Also lists possible failure indications and the corrective actions to be taken. Section 5 Describes the terminal functions of the main and control circuits as well as the V/F pattern selections required. Section 6 This section illustrates the interconnections for various SYSDRIVE 3G3IV models. Appendix A Lists the various constants and specifications of the SYSDRIVE 3G3IV. Appendix B Lists the optional equipment that may be used with the SYSDRIVE 3G3IV. Appendix C Lists the physical dimensions for the SYSDRIVE 3G3IV models described herein.

WARNING Failure to read and understand the information provided in this manual may result in
personal injury or death, damage to the product, or product failure. Please read each section in its entirety and be sure you understand the information provided in the section and related sections before attempting any of the procedures or operations given.

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Section 1-3

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What is an Inverter?
An inverter is a device to convert a three-phase AC commercial power supply to DC with an inverter section to produce AC variable frequency voltage from this converted DC. This AC variable frequency voltage can then be used for speed control of three-phase squirrel-cage induction motors. DANGER! 1) After turning off the main circuit power supply, do not touch circuit components until CHARGE lamp is extinguished. The capacitors are still charged and can be quite dangerous. 2) Do not connect or disconnect wires and connectors while power is applied to the circuit. 3) Do not check signals during operation. 4) Be sure to ground SYSDRIVE 3G3IV using the ground terminal G (E). 5) Never connect main circuit output terminals T1 (U), T2 (V), T3 (W) to AC main circuit power supply.

Caution 1) All the potentiometers of SYSDRIVE 3G3IV have been adjusted at the factory. Do not change their settings unnecessarily. 2) Do not make withstand voltage test on any part of the SYSDRIVE 3G3IV unit. It is electronic equipment using semi-conductors and vulnerable to high voltage. 3) Control PC board employs CMOS ICs which are easily damaged by static electricity. Do not touch the CMOS elements.

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Receiving
This SYSDRIVE 3G3IV has been put through demanding tests at the factory before shipment. After unpacking, check for the following. Verify the part numbers with the purchase order sheet and/or packing slip. Transit damage. If any part of SYSDRIVE 3G3IV is damaged or lost, immediately notify the shipper.

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Name Plate Data


Inverter model

3G3IV-A2004-EV2
200V CLASS INVERTER INPUT: AC 3PH 200to220V/50Hz 200to230V/60Hz 4A DC270to310V 4.9A OUTPUT: AC 3PH 0to230V 1.4kVA 3.6A
OMRON Corporation
MADE IN JAPAN

Input specification

Output specification




Section 1-4

3G3IV-A2004-EV1
Inverter Specifications A: Enclosed wallmounting B: Panel-mounting P: Option Voltage 2: 200 V 4: 400 V Applicable maximum motor output 004: 0.4 kW 007: 0.75 kW to 30K: 300 kW V2: Version capable of communicating with PC (optional card required) E: European specifications blank: Japaneae specifications

1-4

Installation
Caution Never move, lift or handle the SYSDRIVE 3G3IV cabinet by front cover or terminal stands. Lift the cabinet from the bottom.

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Location
Location of the equipment is important to achieve proper performance and normal operating life. The SYSDRIVE 3G3IV units should be installed in areas where the following conditions exist. --10 to 40C, 14 to 104F (For enclosed type), --10 to 45C, 14 to 113F (For open chassis type) Protected from rain or moisture. Protected from direct sunlight. Protected from corrosive gases or liquids. Free from airborne dust or metallic particles. Free from vibration. Free from magnetic noise. Caution To house multiple SYSDRIVE 3G3IVs in a switchgear, install a cooling fan or some other means to cool the air entering the inverter below 45C (113F). Ambient temperature:

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Mounting Space
Install SYSDRIVE 3G3IV vertically and allow sufficient space for effective cooling as shown below in Fig. 1.
1.18 in (30 mm)* OR MORE 1.18 in (30 mm) OR MORE 5.9 In (150 mm) OR MORE ALLOWABLE TEMPERATURE OF CONTROL PART: 55C(131F)** AIR

(a) Front View

FRONT COVER

(b) Side View


OPEN CHASSIS TYPE: 45C(113F) ENCLOSED WALL-MOUNTED TYPE: 40C(104F)

5.9 in (150 mm) OR MORE

AIR

Fig. 1 Mounting Spaces

* 3.9in (100 mm) for models 3G3IV-B4110-E or B4150-E 3.15in (80 mm) for models 3G3IV-B4180-E or B4220-E ** Allowable temperature up to 50C(122F) when front cover is removed.


   
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Section 2-1

2-1

Connections
The following shows an interconnection diagram. With digital operator, the motor can be operated by wiring the main circuit only. (Terminal shows main circuit and control circuit)

Important Use listed closed-loop connectors sized for the wire gauge involved. Connectors are to be installed using the correct crimp tool specified by the connector manufacturer. Caution The connections of control circuit terminals 1 through 27 do not follow the terminal numbering order. To connect them properly, follow the figure below.

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

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Example of Model 3G3IV-A2007-E.
MCCB POWER SUPPLY, 3-PHASE, 200/208/220 VAC, 50 Hz 200/208/220/ 230 VAC, 60 Hz L1(R) L2(S) L3(T) L1(R) L2(S) L3(T) SYSDRIVE 3G3IV BRAKING RESISTOR UNIT (OPTIONAL)

Section 2-1

B1/

B2 MOTOR T1(U) T2(V) T3(W) G(E) IM

FORWARD RUN/STOP REVERSE RUN/STOP EXTERNAL FAULT FAULT RESET MULTI-STEP SPEED SETTING 1 (MASTER/AUX CHG.) STANDARD FUNCTIONS SET AT FACTORY PRIOR TO SHIPMENT MULTI-STEP SPEED SETTING 2 INCHING COMMAND EXTERNAL COASTING STOP

1 2 3 4

FWD REV Eb RESET

FORWARD BY HOLDING INPUT REVERSE BY HOLDING INPUT 9 10 MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT (SIGNAL DURING RUNNING IS SET AT FACTORY PRIOR TO SHIPMENT) CONTACT CAPACITY LESS THAN 1 A FOR 250 VAC AND 30 VDC

5 6 7 8 11 SEQUENCE COMMON TERMINAL (0 V)

MULTI-FUNCTION INPUT 18 19 20 FAULT CONTACT OUTPUT CONTACT CAPACITY LESS THAN 1 A FOR 250 VAC AND 30 VDC

12(G) SHIELDED SHEATH CONNECTION TERMINAL POWER SUPPLY FOR SPEED SETTING +15 V 20 mA MASTER COMMAND 0 TO 10 V (20 k) MASTER COMMAND ANALOG 4 TO 20 mA OUTPUT (250 k) MULTI-FUNCTION ANALOG INPUT 0 TO 10 V (20 k)

2 k 0 TO 10 V 4 TO 20 mA EXTERNAL FREQ COMMAND AUX FREQ SETTING 0V P P 3*

15 13 3* 14 16

FREQ METER CALIBRATION RESISTOR RV30YN 20SB 20 k 21 MULTI-FUNCTION ANALOG OUTPUT STANDARD OUTPUT FREQUENCY SETTING O TO +10 V

22

+ FM

--

2 k

17

(12) 0V 25 FREQ METER (3 VDC, 1 mA)

IMPORTANT
Switching between master frequency command at external terminal 13 or 14 and aux. frequency command at 16 corresponds to the master/aux. selection contact input.

26 MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT OPEN COLLECTOR 1

MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT OPEN COLLECTOR 2 SPEED AGREED SIGNAL IS SET AT FACTORY

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Fig. 2 Interconnections Note 1. indicates shielded leads and


P

0 SPEED SIGNAL IS SET AT FACTORY

twisted-pair shielded leads.

2. External terminal 15 of +15V has maximum output current capacity of 20mA. 3. Either external terminal 13 or 14 can be used. 4. Multi-function analog output is an exclusive meter output such as frequency meter etc. and not available for the feed back control system. Use analog monitor cards (Model PAO08 or PAO12) for the control system. 5. 12(G) indicates inverter frame earth ground. 6. Install an input RFI filter when operating at a high carrier frequency. 7. Use shielded cable if the motor is more than 30 m from the Inverter. 8. Use an AC reactor when driving more than one motor with one Inverter.

       

Section 2-2

2-2

Molded-case Circuit Breaker (MCCB)


Be sure to connect MCCBs between power supply and SYSDRIVE 3G3IV input terminals L1 (R), L2 (S), L3 (T). Recommended MCCBs are listed in the table below. When a ground fault interrupter is used, select the one with no influence for high frequency, and setting current should be 200mA or over and operating time, 0.1 s or over to prevent malfunction.

Molded-case Circuit Breakers and Magnetic Contactors


SYSDRIVE Model 3G3IV 200 to 230V Capacity 1.4 2.1 2.7 4.1 6.9 10.3 13.7 20.6 27.4 34 41 54 68 78 95 130 1.4 2.2 3.4 4.1 6.9 10.3 13.7 20.6 27.4 34 41 54 68 82 110 140 200 Rated output current 3.2 4.8 6.4 9.6 16 24 32 48 64 80 96 130 160 183 224 300 1.6 2.6 4.0 4.8 8 12 16 24 32 40 48 64 80 96 128 165 224 6A 10 A 20 A 20 A 30 A 50 A 60 A 100 A 100 A 150 A 150 A 225 A 225 A 300 A 400 A 600 A 5A 5A 10 A 10 A 20 A 20 A 30 A 50 A 60 A 80 A 100 A 100 A 150 A 150 A 225 A 300 A 400 A Molded-case circuit breaker or fuse Rated current

400 to 460 V

 A2007- A2015- A2022- A2037- A2055- A2075- B2110- B2150- B2185- B2220- B2300- B2370- B2450- B2550- B2750- A4004- A4007- A4015- A4022- A4037- A4055- A4075- B4110- B4150- B4185- B4220- B4300- B4370- B4450- B4550- B4750- B411K-
A2004-

   
Model 3G3IV 400 to 460 V Capacity 250 290 380 510 Rated output current 300 340 450 600 Rated current 600 A 600 A 800 A 1,000 A

Section 2-4

 B418K- B422K- B430K-


B416K-

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Surge Absorber
For the surge absorbers should be connected to the coils of relays, magnetic contactors, magnetic valves, or magnetic relays. Select type from the table below.

Surge Absorbers
Coils of magnetic contactor and control relay Model 200 to 230V Large-size Magnetic Contactors Control Relay LY-2, -3 (OMRON) MM-2, -4 (OMRON) 400 to 460V Units DCR2-50A22E DCR2-10A25C Surge absorber* Specifications 230 VAC 0.5mF + 200W 250 VAC 0.1mF + 100W

DCR2-50D100B

1000VDC 0.5mF + 220W

*Made by MARCON Electronics. (Marketed in Japan.)

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Wire Sizes
The next 3 tables show the wire sizes, wire types, and the placement of the closed-loop connectors respectively.

200V Class Wire Size


Circuit Model 3G3IV kVA Terminal symbol Terminal screw 75C Copper wire range AWG 1.4 L1(R), L2(S), L3(T), (--), B1/(+), B2, T1(U), T2(V), T3(W) G(E) 2.1 L1(R), L2(S), L3(T), (--), M4 B1/(+), B2, T1(U) T2(V), T3(W) G(E) 2.7 L1(R), L2(S), L3(T), (--), B1/(+), B2, T1(U), T2(V), T3(W) G(E) 4.1 L1(R), L2(S), L3(T), (--), B1/(+), B2, T1(U), T2(V), T3(W) G(E) 6.9 L1(R), L2(S), L3(T), (--), B1/(+), B2,, T1(U), T2(V), T3(W) G(E) M4 M4 M4 M4 14 to 10 mm2 2 to 5.5 Power Cable: 600 V vinyl sheathed lead or equivalent i l t Wire type

Main

A2004-

    

14 to 10 14 to 10

2 to 5.5 2 to 5.5

A2007-

14 to 10 14 to 10

2 to 5.5 2 to 5.5

A2015-

12 to 10 14 to 10

3.5 to 5.5 2 to 5.5

A2022-

12 to 10 10

3.5 to 5.5 5.5

A2037-

10

5.5

   
Circuit Model 3G3IV kVA Terminal symbol Terminal screw 75C Copper wire range AWG 10.3 L1(R), L2(S), L3(T), (--), B1/(+), B2, T1(U), T2(V), T3(W) G(E) 13.7 L1(R), L2(S), L3(T), (--), M5 B1/(+),B2, T1(U), T2(V), T3(W) G(E) 20.6 L1(R), L2(S), L3(T), B0/(--), B1/(+), T1(U), T2(V), T3(W) (E) M6 M5 8 8 mm2

Section 2-4
Wire type

Main

A2055-

 

10 8

5.5 8

Power Cable: 600 V vinyl sheathed lead or equivalent i l t

A2075-

B2110-

10 4

5.5 22

* M4 M8

8 to 2 14 to 10 3 to 1/0

8 to 38 2 to 5.5 30 to 60

B2150-

l1 (r), l2(s) 27.4 L1(R), L2(S), L3(T), B0/(--), B1/(+), T1(U), T2(V), T3(W) G(E)

* M4 M8

8 to 2 14 to 10 2 to 1/0

8 to 38 2 to 5.5 38 to 60

B2185-

l1(r), l2(s) 34 L1(R), L2(S), L3(T), B0/(--), B1/(+), T1(U), T2(V), T3(W) G(E)

* M4 M8

6 to 2 14 to 10 1/0

14 to 38 2 to 5.5 60

B2220-

l1(r), l2(s) 41 L1(R), L2(S), L3(T), B0/(--), B1/(+), T1(U), T2(V), T3(W) G(E)

* M4

6 to 2 14 to 10 3/0

14 to 38 2 to 5.5 86

B2300-

l1(r), l2(s) 54 L1(R), L2(S), L3(T), (N), 1(P1), 3(P3), T1(U), T2(V), T3(W)

M10

G(E)

* M4

4 to 2 14 to 10 1/0 x 2P

22 to 34 2 to 5.5 54 x 2P

B2370-

l1(r), l2(s) 68 L1(R), L2(S), L3(T), (N), 1(P1), 3(P3), T1(U), T2(V), T3(W)

M10

G(E)

* M4

4 to 2 14 to 10 2/0 x 2P

22 to 34 2 to 5.5 68 x 2P

B2450-

l1(r), l2(s) 78 L1(R), L2(S), L3(T), (N), 1(P1), 3(P3), T1(U), T2(V), T3(W)

M10

G(E)

* M4

4 to 2 14 to 10 4/0 x 2P

22 to 34 2 to 5.5 108 x 2P

B2550-

l1(r), l2(s) 95 L1(R), L2(S), L3(T), (N), 1(P1), 3(P3), T1(U), T2(V), T3(W)

M10

G(E) l1(r), l2(s)

* M4

3 to 2 14 to 10

27 to 38 2 to 5.5

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Circuit Model 3G3IV kVA Terminal symbol Terminal screw 75C Copper wire range AWG 130 L1(R), L2(S), L3(T), (N), 1(P1), 3(P3), T1(U), T2(V), T3(W) mm2 152 x 2P

Section 2-4
Wire type

Main

B2750-

M12

300MCM x 2P 1 to 2/0 14 to 10 18 to 14

G(E) l1(r), l2(s) Control Common to all models --1 to 22 25 to 27

* M4 M3.5

43 to 68 2 to 5.5 0.75 to 2

Power Cable: 600 V vinyl sheathed lead or equivalent i l t

Twisted shielded lead with class 1 wiring or equivalent

Note * indicates the use of Pressure Lug Terminals. Important Lead size should be determined considering voltage drop of leads. 400V Class Wire Size
Circuit Model 3G3IV kVA Terminal symbol Terminal screw 75C Copper wire range AWG 1.4 L1(R), L2(S), L3(T), (--), B1/(+), B2, T1(U), T2(V), T3(W) G(E) 2.2 L1(R), L2(S), L3(T), (--), B1/(+), B2, T1(U), T2(V), T3(W) G(E) 3.4 L1(R), L2(S), L3(T), (--), B1/(+), B2, T1(U), T2(V), T3(W) G(E) 4.1 L1(R), L2(S), L3(T), (--), B1/(+), B2, T1(U), T2(V), T3(W) G(E) 6.9 L1(R), L2(S), L3(T), (--), B1/(+), B2, T1(U), T2(V), T3(W) G(E) 10.3 L1(R), L2(S), L3(T), (--), B1/(+), B2, T1(U), T2(V), T3(W) G(E) 13.7 L1(R), L2(S), L3(T), (--), B1/(+), B2, T1(U), T2(V), T3(W) G(E) 20.6 L1(R), L2(S), L3(T), (--), B1/(+), B2, T1(U), T2(V), T3(W) G(E) l1(r), l2(s) M4 M4 M4 M4 M4 14 to 10 mm2 2 to 5.5 Power Cable: 600 V vinyl sheathed lead or equivalent i l t Wire type

Main

A4004-

      

14 to 10 14 to 10

2 to 5.5 2 to 5.5

A4007-

14 to 10 14 to 10

2 to 5.5 2 to 5.5

A4015-

14 to 10 14 to 10

2 to 5.5 2 to 5.5

A4022-

14 to 10 14 to 10

2 to 5.5 2 to 5.5

A4037-

M5 M4

12 to 10 12 to 10

3.5 to 5.5 3.5 to 5.5

A4055-

M5 M4

12 to 10 10

3.5 to 5.5 5.5

A4075-

B4110-

M5 M5

10 8

5.5 8

* M4

10 to 2 14 to 10

5.5 to 38 2 to 5.5



   
Circuit Model 3G3IV kVA Terminal symbol Terminal screw 75C Copper wire range AWG 27.4 L1(R), L2(S), L3(T), (--), B1/(+), B2, T1(U), T2(V), T3(W) G(E) M5 8 8 mm2

Section 2-4
Wire type

Main

B4150-

* M4 M6

10 to 2 14 to 10 6 to 4

5.5 to 38 2 to 5.5 14 to 22

Power Cable: 600 V vinyl sheathed lead or equivalent i l t

B4185-

l1(r), l2(s) 34 L1(R), L2(S), L3(T), B0/(--), B1/(+), T1(U), T2(V), T3(W) G(E)

* M4 M6

8 to 2 14 to 10 4

8 to 38 2 to 5.5 22

B4220-

l1(r), l2(s) 41 L1(R), L2(S), L3(T), B0/(--), B1/(+), T1(U), T2(V), T3(W) G(E)

* M4 M8

8 to 2 14 to 10 3 to 1/0

8 to 38 2 to 5.5 30 to 60

B4300-

l1(r), l2(s) 34 L1(R), L2(S), L3(T), B0/(--), B1/(+), T1(U), T2(V), T3(W) G(E)

* M4 M8

8 to 2 14 to 10 2 to 1/0

8 to 38 2 to 5.5 38 to 60

B4370-

l1(r), l2(s) 68 L1(R), L2(S), L3(T), B0/(--), B1/(+), T1(U), T2(V), T3(W) G(E)

* M4 M8

6 to 2 14 to 10 1/0

14 to 38 2 to 5.5 60

B4450-

l1(r), l2(s) 82 L1(R), L2(S), L3(T), B0/(--), B1/(+), T1(U), T2(V), T3(W) G(E)

* M4

6 to 2 14 to 10 3/10

14 to 38 2 to 5.5 86

B4550-

l1(r), l2(s) 110 L1(R), L2(S), L3(T), (N), 1(P1), 3(P3), T1(U), T2(V), T3(W)

M10

G(E) l1(r), l2 200(s200), l2 400(s400), x, y 140 L1(R), L2(S), L3(T), (N), 1(P1), 3(P3), T1(U), T2(V), T3(W)

* M4 M10

4 to 2 14 to 10 1/0 x 2P

22 to 34 2 to 5.5 54 x 2P

B4750-

G(E) l1(r), l2 200(s200), l2 400(s400), x, y 200 L1(R), L2(S), L3(T), (N), 1(P1), 3(P3), T1(U), T2(V), T3(W)

* M4 M10

4 to 2 14 to 10 4/0 x 2P

22 to 34 2 to 5.5 108 x 2P

B411K-

G(E) l1(r), l2 200(s200), l2 400(s400), x, y

* M4

3 to 2 14 to 10

27 to 34 2 to 5.5



   
Circuit Model 3G3IV kVA Terminal symbol Terminal screw 75C Copper wire range AWG 250 L1(R), L2(S), L3(T), (N), 1(P1), 3(P3), T1(U), T2(V), T3(W) mm2 127 x 2P

Section 2-4
Wire type

B416K-

M12

250MCM x 2P 1 to 2/0 14 to 10 350MCM x 2P 1 to 2/0 14 to 10 500MCM x 2P 1/0 to 2/0 14 to 10 900MCM x 2P 2/0 14 to 10 18 to 14

G(E) l1(r), l2 200(s200), l2 400(s400), x, y 290 L1(R), L2(S), L3(T), (N), 1(P1), 3(P3), T1(U), T2(V), T3(W)

* M4 M16

43 to 68 2 to 5.5 177 x 2P

Power Cable: 600 V vinyl sheathed lead or equivalent i l t

B418K-

G(E) l1(r), l2 200(s200), l2 400(s400), x, y 380 L1(R), L2(S), L3(T), (N), 1(P1), 3(P3), T1(U), T2(V), T3(W)

* M4 M16

43 to 68 2 to 5.5 253 x 2P

B422K-

G(E) l1(r), l2 200(s200), l2 400(s400), x, y 510 L1(R), L2(S), L3(T), (N), 1(P1), 3(P3), T1(U), T2(V), T3(W)

* M4 M16

54 to 68 2 to 5.5 456 x 2P

B430K-

G(E) l1(r), l2 200(s200), l2 400(s400), x, y Control Common to all models --1 to 22 25 to 27

* M4 M3.5

68 2 to 5.5 0.75 to 2 Twisted shielded lead with class 1 wiring or equivalent

Note * indicates the use of Pressure Lug Terminals.




    
Closed-Loop Connectors
Wire range AWG 22 18 16 14 0.5 0.75 1.25 2 M4 M5 12 3.5 M4 M5 10 5.5 M4 M5 8 8 M5 M6 6 4 3 2 2 1 1/0 14 22 30 38 38 50 60 M6 M6 M8 M8 M10 M8 M10 2 to 4 2 to 5 3.5 to 4 3.5 to 5 5.5 to 4 5.5 to 5 8 to 5 8 to 6 14 to 6 22 to 8 30 to 8 38 to 8 38 to 10 50 to 8 60 to 10 mm2 Terminal screw M3.5, M4 Closed-loop connectors

Section 2-5

1.25 to 3.5, 1.25 to 4

2-5

Control Circuit
The external interconnection wiring must be performed with following procedures. After completing SYSDRIVE 3G3IV interconnections, be sure to check that connections are correct. Never use control circuit buzzer check. (1) Separation of control circuit leads and main circuit leads: Signal leads 1 through 20 must be separated from main circuit leads L1 (R), L2 (S), L3 (T), B1/(+), B2, (--), B0/(--), T1 (U), T2 (V), T3 (W), and other power cables to prevent erroneous operation caused by noise interference. (2) Control circuit leads 9 10 18 19 20 (contact output) must be separated from leads 1 to 8, 21 22 25 26 27 and 11 to 17. Use the twisted shielded or twisted-pair shielded lead for the control circuit line and connect the shield sheath to the inverter terminal 12 (G). See Fig. 3.
SHIELD SHEATH ARMOR

TO INVERTER SHIELD SHEATH TERMINAL 12 (G) Insulate these parts with insulating tape.

Never connect

Fig. 3 Shielded Lead Termination

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Section 2-7
(3) Wiring distance: It is recommended that the wiring distance of the signal leads (1 to 20) be 50 meters (164 feet) or below.

2-6

Main Circuit Input/Output


(1) Phase rotation of input terminals L1 (R), L2 (S), L3 (T) is available in either direction, clockwise and counterclockwise. (2) When inverter output terminals T1 (U), T2 (V), and T3 (W) are connected to motor terminals T1 (U), T2 (V), and T3 (W), respectively, motor rotates counterclockwise, viewed from opposite drive end, upon forward operation command. To reverse the rotation interchange any two of motor leads. (3) Never connect AC main circuit power supply to output terminals T1 (U), T2 (V), and T3 (W). (4) Care should be taken to prevent contact of wiring leads with SYSDRIVE 3G3IV cabinet, for short-circuit may result. (5) Never connect power factor correction capacitor or noise filter to SYSDRIVE 3G3IV output. (6) Never open or close contactors in the output circuit unless inverter is properly sized.

2-7

Grounding
Ground the casing of the SYSDRIVE 3G3IV using ground terminal G (E). (1) Ground resistance should be 100 or less. (2) Never ground SYSDRIVE 3G3IV in common with welding machines, motors, and other large-current electrical equipment, or ground pole. Run the ground lead in a separate conduit from leads for large-current electrical equipment. (3) Use the ground leads which comply with AWG standards and make the length as short as possible. (4) Where several SYSDRIVE 3G3IV units are used side by side, all the units should preferably be grounded directly to the ground poles. However, connecting all the ground terminals of SYSDRIVE 3G3IV in parallel, and ground only one of SYSDRIVE 3G3IV to the ground pole is also permissible (Fig. 4). However, do not form a loop with the ground leads.

GOOD
G(E) G(E) G(E) G(E)

POOR
G(E) G(E)

VERY POOR
G(E) G(E) G (E)

(a)

(b)

(c)

Fig. 4 Grounding of Three SYSDRIVE 3G3IV Units



  

Section 2-8

2-8

Test Operation
To assure safety, prior to test operation disconnect the coupling or belt which connects the motor with the machine so that motor operation is isolated. If an operation must be performed while the motor si directly connected to the machine, use great care to avoid any possible hazardous condition. Check before turning power ON After completion of installation and wiring, check for: (1) proper wiring (2) short circuit due to wire clippings (3) loose screw-type terminals (4) proper loads Setting the line voltage selecting connector for the 400 V class 20.6 kVA and above: The line voltage selecting connector shown in Fig. 5 must be set according to the type of main power source. Insert the connector at the position showing the appropriate line voltage. The UNIT is preset at the factory for 460 line voltage.

Fig. 5 Selection of Line Voltage

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Setting the input voltage:

Section 2-8

The factory setting for the 200V class is 200V, and for the 400V class it is 400V.
POWER ON Indicating frequency command value Selecting program mode Select the program mode using Examples or indications on the digital operator

PRGM key. DRIVE

(At this time, DRIVE indicator goes out.) Example: To set for 220 V input voltage Select using DSPL key. Depress

Setting input voltage

DATA key to indicate the data. ENTER RESET


and key, keys.

Select the number of digits using then set the input voltage using Writing the set value

Depress key to check that END is displayed. ENTER (This readies the unit for operation from external terminal signals.)

DATA

Switching to DRIVE mode

Switch to the DRIVE mode using

PRGM key. DRIVE

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3-1

Digital Operator
Digital operator has DRIVE mode and PRGM mode. Selecting DRIVE mode enables the inverter to operate. PRGM mode enables the programs to be written in. DRIVE and PRGM modes can be switched by DRIVE/PRGM key only when stopped.

Red lamp lights during FWD run

Red lamp lights during REV run.

Red lamp lights in DRIVE mode and goes out in PRGM mode.

Red lamp lights by external terminal commands. SEQ: When RUN/STOP signal is used. REF: When frequency ref. is used.

Depressing this key changes mode to DRIVE or PRGM.

Depressing this key changes the display repeatedly. Its procedures are described in DRIVE mode (next page).

Changes numeral such as frequency ref. While depressing this key, jog speed is available. Effective only in DRIVE mode. Displays the contents of data.Depressing this key again after changing stores the contents. Effective only in PRGM mode.a

Selects FWD or REV run. Effective only in DRIVE mode.

Red lamp lights by depressing RUN.

Selects numerical digits. This key resets operation at faults.

RUN command is input. Effective only in DRIVE mode.

Red lamp lights by depressing STOP.

STOP command is input. (Motor stops in either mode.)

RUN or STOP lamp changes in accordance with the following operations:


INVERTER OUTPUT FREQUENCY RUN STOP KEY FREQUENCY SETTING RUN Lamp STOP Lamp ;Light ;Blink ;Out KEY STOP KEY

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Section 3-2

3-2

Drive Mode

Depressing

DSPL

(display selection key)

changes the display as follows:


Operator Display POWER SUPPLY ON

FAULT DISPLAY

If a fault occurs, its contents are displayed and blinks for 5 seconds. Set frequency is displayed. (If no fault occurs, this display is given immediately at power supply ON, in 4 digits.)

FREQUENCY REFERENCE VALUE DISPLAY

Then the display changes as follows every time key is depressed.

DSPL

OUTPUT FREQUENCY DISPLAY

Frequency being output at present is displayed.

OUTPUT CURRENT DISPLAY

Inverter output current is displayed.

RECORD OF PAST FAULTS

If a fault occurred before, its contents are displayed again. (If no fault occurred, next constant is displayed.) (Typical main circuit undervoltage trip) Monitor numbers such as output power are displayed.* 5-digit monitor value is displayed by depressing DATA key.

 

ENTER
Frequency set numbers such as master speed or inching are displayed.* 5-digit monitor value is displayed by depressing

DATA key. ENTER



Constant numbers that can be changed during operation, (such as accel/decel time) are displayed.* Monitor value is displayed by depressing

DATA key. ENTER

*Check for display constants in APPENDIX at end of this manual **Display changes every time DSPL key is depressed.




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Section 3-3

3-3

Operation by Digital Operator (Set Prior to Shipment)


POWER SUPPLY ON Operator Display

FREQUENCY REFERENCE VALUE DISPLAY

Depress DSPL key to display frequency reference value.

FREQUENCY REFERENCE VALUE SET

Select a digit by

RESET

key and set by

or

key.

SET VALUE WRITE-IN

Depressing

DATA key to set values. ENTER


(Stops for 2 sec.)

(The numbers stop blinking for approx. 2 sec.)

(Blinks again.)

FWD
ROTATING DIRECTION SET Select motor rotating direction by

REV

FWD REV

key. (Typical FWD run)

(Rotating direction selected here is displayed on the digital operator.) OUTPUT FREQUENCY DISPLAY Change to output frequency display by DSPL key.

OPERATION CHECK

Check motor operation by

JOG key.

RUN

Start the operation by

RUN

key. (Increased to 60 Hz)

STOP

Stop the operation by

STOP key.
(Decreased to 0.0 Hz)




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Section 3-4

3-4

Operation by External Terminal Signals

POWER SUPPLY ON

Operator Display

FREQUENCY REFERENCE DISPLAY

PRGM MODE SELECTION

Select PRGM mode by

PRGM key. DRIVE

(DRIVE display is turned off.) OPERATION CONDITIONS SET is selected by Select a digit by or

DSPL

key. by

RESET
key.

key and set

Depress

DATA key to display data. ENTER RESET


key. key and set the data to 0000

Select a digit by by or

SET VALUE WRITE-IN

Depress

DATA key to check for END display. ENTER PRGM key. DRIVE

(Operation by external terminal signals enabled.) DRIVE MODE SELECTION Change to the DRIVE mode by

FREQUENCY SET

Check for frequency reference value of external terminals 13 or 14.

OUTPUT FREQUENCY DISPLAY

Change to output frequency display by DSPL key.

OPERATION CHECK

Closed/open between terminals 7 to 11 to perform inching operation.

RUN

After checking for normal operation, close between external terminals 1 and 11 to perform FWD run. (Increased to 60 Hz)

STOP

Open between external terminals 1 to 11 to stop. (Decreased to 0.0 Hz)



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Section 3-5

3-5

Program (PRGM) Mode


POWER SUPPLY ON Operator Display

FREQUENCY REFERENCE DISPLAY

PROG MODE SELECTION

Select PRGM mode by

PRGM key. DRIVE

(DRIVE display is turned off.) The display changes as follows every time DSPL key is depressed. Frequency set numbers are displayed. Data is displayed by depressing


Depressing key changes displays repeatedly.

DATA key. ENTER



Constant numbers that can be changed during operation are displayed. Data is displayed by depressing

DATA key. ENTER

 

Set the operation conditions. (Possible to set only at stop.) Data is displayed by depressing

DATA key. ENTER

Set the motor rated current etc. (Can be set only while stopped.) Data is displayed by depressing

DATA key. ENTER

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Typical Setting of Accel Time Either DRIVE or PRGM mode can be selected. (1) Depress DSPL key to select accel time constant (2) Depress .

Section 3-5

DATA key to display internal data of accel time constant. ENTER

(Setting prior to shipment :

) , or key.

(3) Set required acceleration time by using

RESET

The time can be set up to 6000 seconds in multiples of 0.1 second. (Example of 12.5 seconds set : (4) Depress
DATA key to store the data. ENTER

) If display reads end for approx. 1 sec, data has been accepted.




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4-1

Maintenance
SYSDRIVE 3G3IV requires very few routine checks. It will function longer if it is kept clean, cool and dry, while observing the precautions listed in Location. Check for tightness of electrical connections, discoloration or other signs of overheating. Use the table below as the inspection guide. Before servicing, turn off AC main circuit power and be sure that CHARGE lamp is off.

Periodical Inspection
Component External terminals, unit mounting g bolts, b lt connectors, etc. t t Cooling fins Printed circuit board Cooling fan Check Loosened screws Loosened connectors Build-up of dust and dirt Accumulation of conductive dust or oil mist. For abnormal noise and vibration. Whether the cumulative operation time exceeds 20,000 hours or not. Accumulation of dust and dirt Discoloration or odor Tighten Tighten Blow with a dry compressed air of 4 to 6kg-cm2 (57 to 85 Ibs. in2) pressure. Clean the board. If dust and oil cannot be removed, replace the board. Replace the cooling fan. Corrective Action

Power elements Smoothing capacitor

Blow with a dry compressed air of 4 to 6kg-cm2 (57 to 85 Ibs. in2) pressure. Replace the capacitor or inverter unit.

Note Operating conditions as follows: Ambient temperature: 30C (86F)/yearly mean Load factor: 80% or below Operation rate: 12 hours or below/day

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Section 4-2

4-2

Failure Indication and Details


As the table below shows, the failures that the SYSDRIVE 3G3IV detects are classified into troubles and alarms. If a problem occurs, the fault contact is output and the unit coasts to a stop. When an alarm is issued, the digital operator indicates the alarm for warning. Caution Never replace the DC bus fuse without first checking the output transistors.

Failure Indication and Details


Indication
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Failure indication items Low voltage (PUV) Low voltage (CUV) Low voltage (MC-ANS fault) Overcurrent

Description

Corrective action

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Two seconds are counted after the Check the wiring of line units (at power supply side). y ) detection of low voltage. Correct the po er s ppl voltage. power supply oltage Control circuit becomes low voltage during operation. Main circuit magnetic contactor does not operate correctly. Inv. output current > 120% of transistor rated current Detection level: Approx: 400V for 200V class Approx: 800V for 400V class Reset level: 385V --Fin temperature 90C (194F) Protect the motor. Protect the inverter. For inv. output current > overtorque detection level and coasting stop selection at overtorque detection ----Check the motor winding resistance and increase the accel time. Increase the decel time and/or add a braking resistor.

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Overvoltage



Fuse blown Radiation fin overheated Overload Overload Overtorque

Check short-circuit at load and ground fault etc. Check fan or ambient temperature (less than 45C, 113F). Measure motor temperature-rise and reduce load, then reset V/f. Reduce load, and increase the accel time, then reset V/f. ---

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Regenerative transistor failure Braking resistor unit overheated External terminal 3 failure External terminal 5 failure External terminal 6 failure External terminal 7 failure External terminal 8 failure Control circuit failure NV-RAM (S-RAM) failure NV-RAM (BCC, Access Code) A/D convertor failure in CPU Optional connection failure

Replace transistor. Check the state of input terminal with data '(. Replace inverter if 1 is indicated in erter as the state of o en terminal. open



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Stop mode selection possible Inverter failure

Replace inverter. Ch k and secure the optional th ti l Check d card connector.

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Section 4-3

4-3

Display Function Additions


If an transmission error should occur during SYSMAC BUS or SYSMAC BUS/2 communications, the display on the Digital Operator will be as shown below.

Displays During Transmission Errors

SYSMAC

Error display

Error location

Interface card error

Display
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Name Transmission Path Error Interface Card Error

Contents There is an error in the transmission path. Check the transmission path. There is an error in the interface card. Turn off the power to the SYSDRIVE 3G3IV, and then turn it on again. If the error persists, replace the card.

(E-15) (E-10)

Display While Waiting for Communication Data Code

From the time that SYSMAC BUS or SYSMAC BUS/2 communications begins until the time that the data is successfully transmitted, the display on the Digital Operator will be as shown below.

Display


Name Communication Data Code Waiting

Contents After the interface card has been installed and the SYSDRIVE 3G3IV has been powered up, the 3G3IV will display CALL and go to waiting status if either of the following conditions applies: 1) Transmission has not occurred. 2) There is a transmission error, and the data code has not been transmitted.

(CALL)

Note

1. If Sn-08 = xx11 (operation by inverter frequency or operation reference), CALL will not be displayed. 2. If only the operation reference bits of word n (bits 15 to 08) turn ON and OFF, the CALL display will not be cleared.

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Section 5-1

5-1

Main Circuit

Model 3G3IV-

-

A2004 to A2075 A4004 to A4075 200 VAC 0.5 to 10 Hp (0.4 to 7.5 kW) 400 VAC 0.5 to 10 Hp (0.4 to 7.5 kW) Main circuit input power supply

B2110, B2150 200 VAC 15 Hp (11 kW) 200 VAC 20 Hp (15 kW)

B4110, B4150 400 VAC 15 Hp (11 kW) 400 VAC 20 Hp (15 kW)

Max Applicable Motor Output

Terminals

L1(R) L2(S) L3(T) T1(U) T2(V) T3(W)

Inverter output

(N) 3(P3) 1(P1)


l1(r) l2(s) l1 200(s200) l2 400(s400) G(E)

Braking resistor unit ( 1- ) g DC power supply ( 1 ) l 1ca acitor Main circuit capacitor ( 3- ) --Cooling fan input power supply (control power supply) g y( y) l1-l2 200 t 230 VAC i l to input t ---

     

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Ground terminal

Model 3G3IV-

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B2185, B2220 B4185 to B4450 200 VAC 25 Hp (18.5 kW) 200 VAC 30 Hp (22 kW) 400 VAC 25 to 60 Hp (18.5 to 45 kW)

B2300 to B2750 200 VAC 40 to 100 Hp (30 to 75 kW)

B4550 to B430K 400 VAC 75 to 400 Hp (55 to 300 kW)

Max Applicable Motor Output

Terminals

L1(R) L2(S) L3(T) T1(U) T2(V) T3(W)

Main circuit input power supply

Inverter output

(N) 3(P3) 1(P1)


l1(r) l2(s) l1 200(s200) l2 400(s400) G(E)

Braking resistor unit ( 1- ) g DC power supply ( 1 ) l 1Main circuit capacitor ( 3- ) ca acitor Cooling fan input power supply (control power supply) g y( y) l1-l2 200 to 230 VAC i l t input t ----Cooling fan input power su ly supply l1-l2 200: 200 to 230 VAC input l1-l2 400: 380 to 460 VAC C input

     

Ground terminal




    

Section 5-2

5-2
Terminal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12(G) 13 14 15 16

Control Circuit
Functions Forward operation (at closed)-stop signal (at open) Reverse operation (at open)-stop (at open) External fault input fault at closed, normal at open Fault reset at closed Multifunction contact input: the following signals available to select. g g Forward/reverse select, run mode select, multispeed select, i hi F d/ l t d l t lti d l t inching frequency select, accel/decel time select, external fault, external coasting stop, aux. input effective, speed search, energy-saving operation. Signal Photo-coupler insulation input +24 V 8 mA 24 V, A

Multifunction contact output: one of the following signals available to output. During running out ut, zero s eed, synchronized s eed, arbitrary output, speed, speed, out ut. synchronized speed, frequency detection, overtorque, undervoltage, coasting stop, braking resistor overheat, alarm, fault. Sequence control input common terminal Connection to shield sheath of signal lead Master speed voltage reference Master speed current reference Power supply for speed setting Multifunction analog input: one of the following signals available to select. Frequency command, frequency gain, frequency bias, overtorque detection level, voltage bias, accel/decel rate, DB current. Common terminal for control circuit Fault contact output IC (Closed at fault) Fault contact output b (Open at fault) Fault contact output C (Common) Multifunction analog monitor (+) Multifunction analog monitor common (--) Multifunction PHC output 1 Multifunction PHC output 2 Multifunction PHC output common Output current or output frequency i selectable. f is l t bl The same as terminals 9 and 10 d

Contact capacity: 250 VAC 1A or less 30 VDC 1 A or less Sequence control input: 0 V --0 to +10 V (20k) 4 to 20 mA (250) +15V (Internal power supply 20 mA max.) 0 to +10 V/100% (20k)

17 18 19 20 21 22 25 26 27

0V Contact capacity: y 250 VAC 1 A or l less 30 VDC 1A or less Monitor output: 0 t +11V to 11V Photo-coupler insulation output: 48 V 50 mA or l t t V, A less



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Section 5-3

5-3

SYSDRIVE 3G3IV V/F Pattern Selection


Specifications Sn-02 (0)
200

V/f Pattern*
(V)

General-purpose

50 Hz

0
15 10 0 1.25 2.5 50 (Hz)

60 Hz

60 Hz Saturation

(1), (F)

(V) 200

50 Hz Saturation

(2)

1
15

F
10 0 1.5 3 50/60 (Hz)

72 Hz

(3)

(V) 200

3
15 10 0 1.8 3.6 60 72 (Hz)

Decreased Torque Characteristics

50 Hz

Cube decreased torque

(4)

(V) 200

5
50 35

Square decreased torque

(5)

10 8 0 1.25 25

4
50 (Hz)

60 Hz

Cube decreased torque

(6)

(V) 200

7
50

Square decreased torque

(7)

35 10 8 0 1.5 30 60 (Hz)

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200

Section 5-3
V/f Pattern*
(V)

Large starting torque

(9)

23 18 14 12 0 1.25 2.5

50 (Hz)

60 Hz

Small starting torque

(A)

(V) 200

B
23

Large starting torque

(B)

18 13 10 0 1.5 3 60 (Hz)

Rated Output Operation (machine tool)

90 Hz

(C)

(V) 200

C
15 10 0 2.25 4..5 60 90 (Hz)

120 Hz

(D)

(V) 200

D
35 18 0 3 6 60 120 (Hz)

180 Hz

(E)

(V) 200

E
30 25.2 0 4.5 6 60 180 (Hz)




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Section 6-1

6-1

Models 3G3IV-A2004- to A2075-


For 200 V class, 13.7 kVA and below.

BRAKING RESISTOR UNIT (OPTIONAL)

MCCB POWER SUPPLY, L1(R) 3-PHASE, 200/208/220 VAC, L (S) 2 50 Hz 200/208/220/ L3(T) 230 VAC, 60 Hz FORWARD RUN/STOP REVERSE RUN/STOP EXTERNAL FAULT FAULT RESET MULTI-STEP SPEED SETTING 1 (MASTER/AUX CHG.) STANDARD FUNCTIONS SET AT FACTORY PRIOR TO SHIPMENT MULTI-STEP SPEED SETTING 2 INCHING COMMAND EXTERNAL COASTING STOP 6 7 8 11 L1(R) L2(S) L3(T)

B1/

B2 MOTOR T1(U)

SYSDRIVE 3G3IV

T2(V) T3(W) G(E)

IM

1 2 3 4

FWD REV Eb RESET

FORWARD BY HOLDING INPUT REVERSE BY HOLDING INPUT FREQ. METER CALIBRATION RESISTOR: RV30YN 20SB 20k 21 ANALOG OUTPUT MULTI-FUNCTION ANALOG OUTPUT STANDARD OUTPUT FREQUENCY SETTING O TO +10 V

22

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MULTI-FUNCTION INPUT (12) FREQ. METER (3 VDC, 1 mA) 18 19 20 FAULT CONTACT OUTPUT CONTACT CAPACITY LESS THAN 1 A FOR 250 VAC AND 30 VDC

2 k

0 TO +10 V 2 k 4 TO 20 mA EXTERNAL FREQ. COMMAND 0 TO 10 V 0V P P P

SEQUENCE COMMON 12(G) TERMINAL (0 V) SHIELDED SHEATH CONNECTION TERMINAL POWER SUPPLY FOR 15 SPEED SETTING +15 V, 20 mA 13 MASTER COMMAND 0 TO 10 V (20 k) 14 MASTER COMMAND 4 TO 20 mA (250 ) 16 MULTI-FUNCTION ANALOG INPUT 17 0 TO 10 V (20 k)

9 10

0V

MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT SIGNAL DURING RUNNING IS SET AT FACTORY PRIOR TO SHIPMENT CONTACT CAPACITY LESS THAN 1 A FOR 250 VAC AND 30 VDC

25

26 27

MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT OPEN COLLECTOR 1 0 SPEED SIGNAL IS SET AT FACTORY

MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT OPEN COLLECTOR 2 SPEED AGREED SIGNAL IS SET AT FACTORY

Note 1.

indicates shielded leads and

twisted-pair shielded leads.

2. External terminal 15 of +15 V has maximum output current capacity of 20 mA. 3. Either external terminal 13 or 14 can be used. 4. Terminal symbols: shows main circuit; shows control circuit.

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6-2

Models 3G3IV-B2110- to B2220-


For 200 V class, 20.6 kVA and 41 kVA.

P PO P B BRAKING RESISTOR UNIT B LEVEL DETECTOR N BRAKING UNIT MCCB POWER SUPPLY, 3-PHASE, 200/208/220 VAC, 50 Hz 200/208/220/ 230 VAC, 60 Hz L1(R) L2(S) L3(T) L1(R) L2(S) SYSDRIVE 3G3IV B1/ B0/ MOTOR T1(U) T2(V) IM

L3(T) r 200/220 V, 230 V s VOLTAGE SELECTION

COOLING T3(W) FAN M G(E)

FORWARD RUN/STOP REVERSE RUN/STOP EXTERNAL FAULT FAULT RESET MULTI-STEP SPEED SETTING 1 (MASTER/AUX CHG.) STANDARD FUNCTIONS SET AT FACTORY PRIOR TO SHIPMENT MULTI-STEP SPEED SETTING 2 INCHING COMMAND EXTERNAL COASTING STOP

1 2 3 4

FWD REV Eb RESET

FORWARD BY HOLDING INPUT REVERSE BY HOLDING INPUT FREQ. METER CALIBRATION RESISTOR: RV30YN 20SB 20k 21 ANALOG OUTPUT MULTI-FUNCTION ANALOG OUTPUT STANDARD OUTPUT FREQUENCY SETTING O TO +10 V

5 6 7 8 11

22

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MULTI-FUNCTION INPUT (12) FREQ. METER (3 VDC, 1 mA) 18 19 20 FAULT CONTACT OUTPUT CONTACT CAPACITY LESS THAN 1 A FOR 250 VAC AND 30 VDC

2 k

0 TO +10 V 2 k 4 TO 20 mA EXTERNAL FREQ. COMMAND 0 TO 10 V 0V P P P

SEQUENCE COMMON 12(G) TERMINAL (0 V) SHIELDED SHEATH CONNECTION TERMINAL POWER SUPPLY FOR SPEED SETTING 15 +15 V, 20 mA MASTER COMMAND 13 0 TO 10 V (20 k) MASTER COMMAND 14 4 TO 20 mA (250 ) 16 MULTI-FUNCTION ANALOG INPUT 17 0 TO 10 V (20 k)

9 10

MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT SIGNAL DURING RUNNING IS SET AT FACTORY PRIOR TO SHIPMENT CONTACT CAPACITY LESS THAN 1 A FOR 250 VAC AND 30 VDC

0V

25

26

MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT OPEN COLLECTOR 1 0 SPEED SIGNAL IS SET AT FACTORY

MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT OPEN COLLECTOR 2 SPEED AGREED SIGNAL IS SET AT FACTORY

27

Note See notes on page 38.

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Section 6-3

6-3

Models 3G3IV-B2300- to B2750-


For 200 V class, 54 kVA and above.

BRAKING RESISTOR UNIT

BRAKING RESISTOR UNIT

B N N
LEVEL DITECTION SLAVE

B B
MASTER

B B
MASTER

B
MASTER

PO N N

PO N N

PO

SLAVE +15

SLAVE

51 P 6 2

BRAKING UNIT 2

5 P 6 2

BRAKING UNIT 3

MCCB THREE-PHASE L1(R) POWER SUPPLY 200/208/220 VAC, L2(S) 50 Hz 200/208/220/230 VAC, L3(T) 60 Hz THRX OFF
ON MC

MC

3 L1(R) 1 (P1) (P3) (N) L2(S) SYSDRIVE 3G3IV L3(T) T1(U) t1 (r)

BRAKING 3 4 3 4 3 4 UNIT 1 THERMOSWITCH THERMOSWITCH THERMOSWITCH CONTACT CONTACT CONTACT IM MOTOR

t2 (s) M
MC SA
OVERLOAD RELAY TRIP CONTACT OF BRAKING RESISTOR UNIT

T2(V) T3(W) G(E)

COOLING FAN

GROUND (100 OR LESS) FREQ METERE CALIBRATION RESISTOR: RV30YN 20SB 20 k

THRX 1 MC (20) (18) TRX


FAULT CONTACT FORWARD RUN/STOP REVERSE RUN/STOP BRAKING UNIT EXTERNAL STOP FAULT RESET MULTI-STEP SPEED REFERENCE 1 (MASTER/AUX CHANGE)

SA TRX SA ANALOG MONITOR

21

MULTI-FUNCTION ANALOG OUTPUT 0 TO +10V -FM + STANDARD SETTING OUTPUT FREQUENCY

22 (12) +2

FREQ. METER (METER SPECIFICATIONS: 3 VDC, 1 mA)

1 FORWARD RUN COMMAND (FORWARD RUN AT CLOSSED) 2 REVERSE RUN 4 3 EXTERNAL FAULT 4 RESET 19 5 6 7 8 11
MULTI-FUNCTION CONTACT INPUT COMMAND (REVERSE REN AT CLOSED)

18

(18) FAULT CONTACT OUTPUT 250 VAC, 1 A OR LESS 30VDC, 1 A OR LESS (20) MULTI-FUNCTION CONTACT OUTPUT 250 VAC, 1 A OR LESS 30 VDC, 1 A OR LESS STANDARD SETTING DURING RUNNING SIGNAL

STANDARD FUNCTIONS PRESET AT FACTORY

MUL TI-STEP SPEED REFERENCE 2 INCHING COMMAND EXTERNAL BASEBLOCK COMMAND

20

9 10

12 2 k 32 15 0 TO +10 V 13 EXTERNAL FRQUENCY REFERENCE 4 TO 20 mA P 0 TO +10 V 0V P P

SHELD SHEATH CONNCTION TERMINAL


POWER SUPPLY FOR SPEED SETTING +15 V 20 mA MASTER REFERENCE 0 TO 10 V (20 K) MASTER

25

OPEN COLLECTOR 1 (STANDARD SETTING ZERO SPEED SIGNAL) OPEN COLLECTOR 2 (STANDARD SETTING SPEED AGREED SIGNAL) MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT COMMON MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT

2 k

26 27

14 REFERENCE 4 TO
20 mA (250 )

16 17

MULTI-FUNCTION ANALOG INPUT 0 TO 10 V (20 K)

0V

STANDARD OTPUT AUX FREQUENCY REFERENCE

Note See notes on page 38.

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BRAKING RESISTOR UNIT

OVER LOAD RELAY TRIP CONTACT

OVER LOAD RELAY TRIP CONTACT

OVER LOAD RELAY TRIP CONTACT

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Section 6-4

6-4

Models 3G3IV-A4004- to A4075-


For 400 V class, 13.7 kVA and below.

BRAKING RESISTOR UNIT (OPTIONAL)

MCCB POWER SUPPLY, 3-PHASE, 380/400/415/ 440/460 VAC, 50/60 Hz L1(R) L2(S) L3(T) L1(R) L2(S) L3(T)

B1/

B2 MOTOR T1(U)

SYSDRIVE 3G3IV

T2(V) T3(W) G(E)

IM

FORWARD RUN/STOP REVERSE RUN/STOP EXTERNAL FAULT FAULT RESET MULTI-STEP SPEED SETTING 1 (MASTER/AUX CHG.) STANDARD FUNCTIONS SET AT FACTORY PRIOR TO SHIPMENT MULTI-STEP SPEED SETTING 2 INCHING COMMAND EXTERNAL COASTING STOP

1 2 3 4

FWD REV Eb RESET

FORWARD BY HOLDING INPUT REVERSE BY HOLDING INPUT FREQ. METER CALIBRATION RESISTOR: RV30YN 20SB 20 k 21 ANALOG OUTPUT MULTI-FUNCTION ANALOG OUTPUT STANDARD OUTPUT FREQUENCY SETTING O TO +10 V

5 6 7 8 11

22

+ FM

--

MULTI-FUNCTION INPUT (12) FREQ. METER (3 VDC, 1 mA) 18 19 20 FAULT CONTACT OUTPUT CONTACT CAPACITY LESS THAN 1 A FOR 250 VAC AND 30 VDC

2 k

2 k EXTERNAL FREQ. COMMAND

0 TO +10 V 4 TO 20 mA 0 TO 10 V 0V P P

SEQUENCE COMMON 12(G) TERMINAL (0 V) SHIELDED SHEATH CONNECTION TERMINAL POWER SUPPLY FOR SPEED SETTING 15 +15 V, 20 mA MASTER COMMAND 13 0 TO 10 V (20 k) MASTER COMMAND 14 4 TO 20 mA (250 ) 16 MULTI-FUNCTION ANALOG INPUT 17 0 TO 10 V (20 k) 0V

9 10

MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT SIGNAL DURING RUNNING IS SET AT FACTORY PRIOR TO SHIPMENT CONTACT CAPACITY LESS THAN 1 A FOR 250 VAC AND 30 VDC

25

26

MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT OPEN COLLECTOR 1 0 SPEED SIGNAL IS SET AT FACTORY

MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT OPEN COLLECTOR 2 SPEED AGREED SIGNAL IS SET AT FACTORY

27

Note See notes on page 38.

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Section 6-5

6-5

Models 3G3IV-B4110- to B4150-


For 400 V class, 20.6 kVA and 27.4 kVA.

BRAKING RESISTOR UNIT (OPTIONAL)

MCCB POWER SUPPLY, L1(R) 3-PHASE, L2(S) 380/400/415/ 440/460 VAC, L3(T) 50/60 Hz L1(R) L2(S)

B1/

B2 MOTOR T1(U)

SYSDRIVE 3G3IV

T2(V)

IM

L3(T) 460/440/415/ 400/380 V r VOLTAGE s SELECTION FORWARD RUN/STOP REVERSE RUN/STOP EXTERNAL FAULT FAULT RESET MULTI-STEP SPEED SETTING 1 (MASTER/AUX CHG.)

COOLING T3(W) FAN M G(E)

1 2 3 4

FWD REV Eb RESET

FORWARD BY HOLDING INPUT REVERSE BY HOLDING INPUT FREQ. METER CALIBRATION RESISTOR: RV30YN 20SB 20 k 21 ANALOG OUTPUT MULTI-FUNCTION ANALOG OUTPUT STANDARD OUTPUT FREQUENCY SETTING O TO +10 V

5 6 7 8 11

STANDARD FUNCTIONS SET AT FACTORY PRIOR TO SHIPMENT

MULTI-STEP SPEED SETTING 2 INCHING COMMAND EXTERNAL COASTING STOP

22

+ FM

--

MULTI-FUNCTION INPUT (12) FREQ. METER (3 VDC, 1 mA) 18 19 20 FAULT CONTACT OUTPUT CONTACT CAPACITY LESS THAN 1 A FOR 250 VAC AND 30 VDC

2 k

0 TO +10 V 2 k 4 TO 20 mA EXTERNAL FREQ. COMMAND 0 TO 10 V 0V P P P

SEQUENCE COMMON 12(G) TERMINAL (0 V) SHIELDED SHEATH CONNECTION TERMINAL POWER SUPPLY FOR SPEED SETTING 15 +15 V, 20 mA MASTER COMMAND 13 0 TO 10 V (20 k) MASTER COMMAND 14 4 TO 20 mA (250 ) 16 MULTI-FUNCTION ANALOG INPUT 17 0 TO 10 V (20 k)

9 10

0V

MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT SIGNAL DURING RUNNING IS SET AT FACTORY PRIOR TO SHIPMENT CONTACT CAPACITY LESS THAN 1 A FOR 250 VAC AND 30 VDC

25

26

MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT OPEN COLLECTOR 1 0 SPEED SIGNAL IS SET AT FACTORY

MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT OPEN COLLECTOR 2 SPEED AGREED SIGNAL IS SET AT FACTORY

27

Note See notes on page 38.

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Section 6-6

6-6

Models 3G3IV-B4185- to B4450-


For 400 V class, 34 kVA and 82 kVA.

P PO P B BRAKING RESISTOR UNIT B LEVEL DETECTOR N BRAKING UNIT MCCB POWER SUPPLY, L1(R) 3-PHASE, L2(S) 380/400/415/ 440/460 VAC, L3(T) 50/60 Hz L1(R) L2(S) SYSDRIVE 3G3IV B1/ B0/ MOTOR T1(U) T2(V) IM

L3(T) COOLING T3(W) r 460/440/415/400/380 VFAN s FORWARD RUN/STOP REVERSE RUN/STOP EXTERNAL FAULT FAULT RESET MULTI-STEP SPEED SETTING 1 (MASTER/AUX CHG.) VOLTAGE SELECTION M G(E)

1 2 3 4

FWD REV Eb RESET

FORWARD BY HOLDING INPUT REVERSE BY HOLDING INPUT FREQ. METER CALIBRATION RESISTOR: RV30YN 20SB 20 k 21 ANALOG OUTPUT MULTI-FUNCTION ANALOG OUTPUT STANDARD OUTPUT FREQUENCY SETTING O TO +10 V

5 6 7 8 11

STANDARD FUNCTIONS SET AT FACTORY PRIOR TO SHIPMENT

MULTI-STEP SPEED SETTING 2 INCHING COMMAND EXTERNAL COASTING STOP

22

+ FM

--

MULTI-FUNCTION INPUT (12) FREQ. METER (3 VDC, 1 mA) 18 19 20 FAULT CONTACT OUTPUT CONTACT CAPACITY LESS THAN 1 A FOR 250 VAC AND 30 VDC

2 k

0 TO +10 V 2 k 4 TO 20 mA EXTERNAL FREQ. COMMAND 0 TO 10 V 0V P P P

SEQUENCE COMMON 12(G) TERMINAL (0 V) SHIELDED SHEATH CONNECTION TERMINAL POWER SUPPLY FOR SPEED SETTING 15 +15 V, 20 mA MASTER COMMAND 13 0 TO 10 V (20 k) MASTER COMMAND 14 4 TO 20 mA (250 ) 16 MULTI-FUNCTION ANALOG INPUT 17 0 TO 10 V (20 k)

9 10

MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT SIGNAL DURING RUNNING IS SET AT FACTORY PRIOR TO SHIPMENT CONTACT CAPACITY LESS THAN 1 A FOR 250 VAC AND 30 VDC

0V

25

26

MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT OPEN COLLECTOR 1 0 SPEED SIGNAL IS SET AT FACTORY

MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT OPEN COLLECTOR 2 SPEED AGREED SIGNAL IS SET AT FACTORY

27

Note See notes on page 38.

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Section 6-7

6-7

Models 3G3IV-B4550- to B416K-


For 400 V class, 110 kVA and 300 kVA.

BRAKING RESISTOR UNIT

BRAKING RESISTOR UNIT

B N N
LEVEL DITECTION

B B
MASTER

B B
MASTER

PO N N

PO N P

PO

MASTER

SLAVE

SLAVE

SLAVE

+15

5 1 P 6 2

BRAKING UNIT 2

5 1 P 6 2

BRAKING UNIT 3

5 6

MCCB THREE-PHASE POWER SUPPLY 380 TO 460 V, 50/60 Hz L1(R) L2(S) L3(T) 400/200V THRX OFF
ON MC

MC

3 L1(R) 1 (P1) (P2) (N) L2(S) SYSDRIVE 3G3IV L3(T) T1(U) t1 (r) VOLTAGE T2(V) (r)
SELECTION M

BRAKING 3 4 3 4 3 4 UNIT 1 THERMOSWITCH THERMOSWITCH THERMOSWITCH CONTACT CONTACT CONTACT IM MOTOR

MC SA

T3(W) t2 400 ( s 400) COOLING FAN G(E)

OVERLOAD RELAY TRIP CONTACT OF BRAKING RESISTOR UNIT

GROUND (100 OR LESS) FREQ METERE CALIBRATION RESISTOR: RV30YN 20SB 20 k

THRX 1 MC (20) (18) TRX 2 SA TRX SA ANALOG MONITOR 21

MULTI-FUNCTION ANALOG OUTPUT 0 TO +10V -FM + STANDARD SETTING OUTPUT FREQUENCY

22 (12)

FAULT CONTACT FORWARD RUN/STOP REVERSE RUNSTOP BREAKING UNIT EXTERNAL STOP FAULT RESET
MULIT-STEP SPEED REFERENCE 1 (MASTER/AUX CHANGE)

FREQ. METER (METER SPECIFICATIONS: 3 VDC, 1 mA) 1 FORWARD RUN COMMAND 2 REVERSE RUN
COMMAND (REVERSE REN AT CLOSED) (FORWARD RUN AT CLOSSED)

4 3 EXTERNAL FAULT 4 RESET 19 5 6 7 8 11 SEQUENCE COMMON


INSULATED FROM 0 V TERMINAL SHELD SHEATH 12 (G) CONNCTION TERMINAL MULTI-FUNCTION CONTACT INPUT

18

(18) FAULT CONTACT OUTPUT 250 VAC, 1 A OR LESS 30 VDC, 1 A OR LESS (20) MULTI-FUNCTION CONTACT OUTPUT 250 VAC, 1 A OR LESS 30VDC, 1 A OR LESS STANDARD SETTING DURING RUNNING SIGNAL

STANDARD FUNCTIONS PRESET AT FACTORY

MULIT-STEP SPEED REFERENCE 2 INCHING COMMAND


EXTERNAL BASEBLOCK COMMAND

20

9 10

2 k

32 15
POWER SUPPLY FOR SPEED SETTING +15 V 20 mA

25

OPEN COLLECTOR 1 (STANDARD SETTING ZERO SPEED SIGNAL) OPEN COLLECTOR 2 (STANDARD SETTING SPEED AGREED SIGNAL) MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT COMMON MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT

2 k

0 TO +10 V 4 TO 20 mA P 0 TO +10 V 0V P P

13 MASTER
REFERENCE 0 TO 10 V (20 K)

26 27

EXTERNAL FRQUENCY REFERENCE

14 MASTER
REFERENCE 4 TO mA (250) 16 20 MULTI-FUNCTION

17

ANALOG INPUT 0 TO10 V (20 K)

0V

STANDARD OTPUT AUX FREQUENCY REFERENCE

Note See notes on page 38.

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BRAKING RESISTOR UNIT

OVER LOAD RELAY TRIP CONTACT

OVER LOAD RELAY TRIP CONTACT

OVER LOAD RELAY TRIP CONTACT

    7   
" # 8 9

Section 6-8

6-8

Backup Capacitor for Momentary Power Loss


For 400 V class, 110 kVA and 300 kVA.

B1/P

BACKUP CAPACITOR (OPTIONAL)

MCCB L1(R) POWER SUPPLY 3-PHASE L2(S) L3(T) L1(R) L2(S) L3(T)

B1/

B2 MOTOR T1(U)

SYSDRIVE 3G3IV

T2(V) T3(W)

IM

G(E) FORWARD RUN/STOP REVERSE RUN/STOP EXTERNAL FAULT FAULT RESET MULTI-STEP SPEED SETTING 1 (MASTER/AUX CHG.) STANDARD FUNCTIONS SET AT FACTORY PRIOR TO SHIPMENT MULTI-STEP SPEED SETTING 2 INCHING COMMAND EXTERNAL COASTING STOP 8 11 SEQUENCE COMMON 12(G) TERMINAL (0 V) SHIELDED SHEATH CONNECTION TERMINAL POWER SUPPLY FOR SPEED SETTING 15 +15 V, 20 mA MASTER COMMAND 13 0 TO 10 V (20 k) MASTER COMMAND 14 4 TO 20 mA (250 ) P P 16 MULTI-FUNCTION ANALOG INPUT 17 0 TO 10 V (20 k) 9 10 18 FAULT CONTACT OUTPUT CONTACT CAPACITY LESS THAN 1 A FOR 250 VAC AND 30 VDC 6 7 1 2 3 4

FWD REV Eb RESET

FORWARD BY HOLDING INPUT REVERSE BY HOLDING INPUT FREQ. METER CALIBRATION RESISTOR: RV30YN 20SB 20 k 21 ANALOG OUTPUT MULTI-FUNCTION ANALOG OUTPUT STANDARD OUTPUT FREQUENCY SETTING O TO +10 V

22

+ FM

--

MULTI-FUNCTION INPUT (12) FREQ. METER (3 VDC, 1 mA)

2 k

0 TO +10 V 2 k 4 TO 20 mA EXTERNAL FREQ. COMMAND 0 TO 10 V 0V P

19 20

MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT SIGNAL DURING RUNNING IS SET AT FACTORY PRIOR TO SHIPMENT CONTACT CAPACITY LESS THAN 1 A FOR 250 VAC AND 30 VDC

0V

25

26

MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT OPEN COLLECTOR 1 0 SPEED SIGNAL IS SET AT FACTORY

MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT OPEN COLLECTOR 2 SPEED AGREED SIGNAL IS SET AT FACTORY

27

Note See notes on page 38.

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Section 6-9

6-9

Transistor (Open Collector)


Data 4th digit ----3rd digit
'

System y Constant No. C t tN


 ',

2nd digit
'

1st digit

MCCB POWER SUPPLY, L1(R) 3-PHASE, L2(S) 200/208/220 VAC 50 Hz 200/208/220/230 VAC, L3(T) 60 Hz L1(R) L2(S)

B1/

B2 MOTOR T1(U)

SYSDRIVE 3G3IV

T2(V)

IM

L3(T) 460/440/ 415/400/380 V r VOLTAGE s SELECTION 1 2 3 4 5 FWD REV Eb RESET

COOLING T3(W) FAN M G(E)

STANDARD FUNCTIONS SET AT FACTORY PRIOR TO SHIPMENT

FORWARD RUN/STOP REVERSE RUN/STOP EXTERNAL FAULT INPUT FAULT RESET MULTI-STEP SPEED SETTING 1 (MASTER/ AUX CHG.) MULTI-STEP SPEED SETTING 2 INCHING REFERENCE EXTERNAL COASTING STOP

FORWARD BY HOLDING INPUT REVERSE BY HOLDING INPUT FREQ. METER CALIBRATION RESISTOR: RV30YN 20SB 20 k 21 ANALOG OUTPUT MULTI-FUNCTION ANALOG OUTPUT STANDARD OUTPUT FREQUENCY SETTING O TO +10 V

6 7 MULTI-FUNCTION INPUT

22

+ FM

--

(12) FREQ. METER (3 VDC, 1 mA)

8 11 SEQUENCE COMMON 12(G) TERMINAL (0 V) SHIELDED SHEATH CONNECTION TERMINAL POWER SUPPLY FOR SPEED SETTING 15 +15 V, 20 mA MASTER COMMAND 13 0 TO 10 V (20 k) MASTER COMMAND 14 4 TO 20 mA (250 ) P P 16 MULTI-FUNCTION ANALOG INPUT 17 0 TO 10 V (20 k) 18 19 20 FAULT CONTACT OUTPUT CONTACT CAPACITY LESS THAN 1 A FOR 250 VAC AND 30 VDC

Transistor Operation ON (Current sink state) at closed contact 2 k

2 k EXTERNAL FREQ. COMMAND

0 TO +10 V 4 TO 20 mA 0 TO 10 V 0V P

9 10

MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT SIGNAL DURING RUNNING IS SET AT FACTORY PRIOR TO SHIPMENT CONTACT CAPACITY LESS THAN 1 A FOR 250 VAC AND 30 VDC

0V

25

26

MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT OPEN COLLECTOR 1 0 SPEED SIGNAL IS SET AT FACTORY

MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT OPEN COLLECTOR 2 SPEED AGREED SIGNAL IS SET AT FACTORY

27

Note 1. See notes on page 38. 2. Use the transistor open collector with withstand voltage 35 VDC and above, rated current 100 mA and above.

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Section 6-10

6-10

Contact Output, Photo-coupler Output


MCCB N L1(R) L2(S) SYSDRIVE 3G3IV B1/P B2 MOTOR T1(U) T2(V) IM L1(R) L2(S) L3(T)

POWER SUPPLY, 3-PHASE, 380/400/415/ 440/460 VAC, 50/60 Hz

L3(T) 460/440/ 415/400/380 V r VOLTAGE s SELECTION

COOLING T3(W) FAN M G(E)

FORWARD RUN/STOP REVERSE RUN/STOP EXTERNAL FAULT FAULT RESET MULTI-STEP SPEED SETTING 1 (MASTER/AUX CHG.) STANDARD FUNCTIONS SET AT FACTORY PRIOR TO SHIPMENT MULTI-STEP SPEED SETTING 2 INCHING COMMAND EXTERNAL COASTING STOP

1 2 3 4

FWD REV Eb RESET

FORWARD BY HOLDING INPUT REVERSE BY HOLDING INPUT FREQ. METER CALIBRATION RESISTOR: RV30YN 20SB 20k 21 ANALOG OUTPUT MULTI-FUNCTION ANALOG OUTPUT STANDARD OUTPUT FREQUENCY SETTING O TO +10 V

5 6 7 8 11

22

+ FM

--

MULTI-FUNCTION INPUT (12) FREQ. METER (3 VDC, 1 mA) SURGE ABSORBER

18 19 20 FAULT CONTACT OUTPUT CONTACT CAPACITY LESS THAN 1 A FOR 250 VAC AND 30 VDC 200 VAC

2 k

2 k EXTERNAL FREQ. COMMAND

0 TO +10 V 4 TO 20 mA P 0 TO 10 V 0V P P

SEQUENCE COMMON 12(G) TERMINAL (0 V) SHIELDED SHEATH CONNECTION TERMINAL POWER SUPPLY FOR SPEED SETTING 15 +15 V, 20 mA MASTER COMMAND 13 0 TO 10 V (20 k) MASTER COMMAND 14 4 TO 20 mA (250 ) 16 MULTI-FUNCTION ANALOG INPUT 17 0 TO 10 V (20 k)

MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT SIGNAL DURING RUNNING IS SET AT FACTORY PRIOR TO SHIPMENT CONTACT CAPACITY LESS THAN 1 A FOR 250 VAC AND 30 VDC 9 10

12 VDC FLY WHEEL DIODE

0V 12 VDC FLY WHEEL DIODE 25 MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT OPEN COLLECTOR 2 SPEED AGREED SIGNAL IS SET AT FACTORY MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT OPEN COLLECTOR 1 0 SPEED SIGNAL IS SET AT FACTORY 12 VDC FLY WHEEL DIODE

26

27

Note See notes on page 38.

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Section 6-11

6-11 Run/Stop by Main Circuit Magnetic Contactor for Models 3G3IV-B2300


System y Constant No. C t tN
 ',  ##

Data 4th digit ----# #

3rd digit
'

2nd digit
#

1st digit *
*Frequency reference setting 0: Set by frequency setting resistor 1: Digital operator set value (An-01)

---

---

For 230 V class, 40 Hp, 300 kW. Turn on the power supply after checking that the motor has stopped. This circuit cannot be used for an application with frequent run-stop (repeating frequency: within 1 hour).
MCCB L1(R) THREE-PHASE POWER SUPPLY L2(S) 200/208/220 VAC, 50 Hz L (T) 200/208/220/230 VAC, 3 50 Hz VS OPERATOR JVOP-95 MC
L1(R) L2(S) L3(T) T1(U) T2(V) T3(W)

L1(R) L2(S) L3(T) t1(r)

1 (P1)

3 (P3)

(N)

T1(U) T2(V) T3(W)

MOTOR IM

SYSDRIVE 3G3IV

COOLING FAN M

G(E) GROUND (100 OR LESS)

t2(S)

1 RUN COMMAND OFF ON MC a MC SA MCX a MC b 6 7 8 11 TRX SA: SURGE SUPPRESSOR (DCR250A 33E C0024 71) MCX: AUX RELAY (MY-2 OR EQUIVALENT) SEQUENCE COMMON 0 V TERMINAL 12(G) SHIELD SHEATH CONNECTION TERMINAL 15 POWER SUPPLY FOR SPEED SETTING(+15 V, 20 mA) 13 MASTER REFERENCE 0 TO 10 V (20 K) 14 MASTER REFERENCE 4 TO 20 mA (250 ) 16 MULTI-FUNCTION ANALOG OUTPUT0 17 TO +10 V b 4 FAULT RESET ANALOG MONITOR 5 MULTI-FUNCTION CONTACT INPUT FWD/REV RUN SELECT IS SET TO TERMINAL (5) FUNCTION (12) (32) 22 -FM + MCX 2 STOP COMMAND 3 EXTERNAL FAULT INPUT 21 FREQ. METER CALIBRATION RESISTOR: RV30YN 20SB 20 kW MULTI-FUNCTION ANALOG OUTPUT 0 TO +10 V STANDARD SETTING OUTPUT FREQUENCY

SA TRX a b SA

FREQ. METER (METER SPECIFICATIONS 3 VDC, 1 mA)

FAULT CONTACT

9 10 MULTI-FUNCTION CONTACT OUTPUT 250 VAC, 1 A OR LESS. 30 VDC, 1 A OR LESS STANDARD SETTING DURING RUNNING SIGNAL 25 OPEN COLLECTOR1 STANDARD SETTING ZERO SPEED SIGNAL OPEN COLLECTOR2 STANDARD SETTING SPEED AGREED SIGNAL

0V FAULT CONTACT OUTPUT 18 19 20 26 27

MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT

MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT COMMON

Note 1. See notes on page 38. 2. Braking is not activated at deceleration stop. It coasts to a stop. 3. Use MC or MCX of delay release type for restart operation after momentary power loss. 4. Frequency setting resistor is not required for the use of digital operators set value as frequency reference.

"+

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Section 6-12

6-12

With VS Operator Models 3G3IV PJVOP95


Data 4th digit --'

System y Constant No. C t tN


 ',  ')  #)  # $'

3rd digit ----------' ' ' ' '

2nd digit
'

1st digit

--% '* '

-------

*Connect to control circuit terminal 13 or 16 according to the application. For terminal 16, set Sn-19 = xx00.

MCCB THREE-PHASE POWER SUPPLY L1(R) L2(S) L3(T) L2(S) L3(T)

1 L1(R) (P1)

3 (P3)

(N)

MOTOR T1(U) T2(V) T3(W) G(E) GROUND (100 OR LESS) IM

SYSDRIVE 3G3IV

VS OPERATOR JVOP95


1 2 1 RUN COMMAND 2 STOP COMMAND 3 EXTERNAL FAULT INPUT 4 4 FAULT RESET 5 6 7 11 15 8 11 12(32) MULTI FUNCTION CONTACT INPUT MASTER/AUX CHANGE IS SET TO TERMINAL (5) FUNCTION

FWD RUN STOP REV RUN

RESET MASTER AUX 5

FREQ SET

13

P P 17 SOURCE RUN FAULT


NOTE

SEQUENCE COMMON 0 V TERMINAL SHIELD SHEATH 15 CONNECTION TERMINAL POWER SUPPLY FOR SPEED SETTING(+15 20mA) 13 MASTER REFERENCE 0 TO 10 V(20 K) 14 MASTER REFERENCE 4 TO 20 mA (250 ) 16 MULTI-FUNCTION ANALOG OUTPUT 17 0V TO 10 V (20 K) 0V 9 10 MULTI-FUNCTION CONTACT OUTPUT STANDARD SETTING DURING RUNNING SIGNAL 25 FAULT CONTACT 26 OPEN COLLECTOR 1
STANDARD SETTING ZERO SPEED SIGNAL

9 10 18 P

18 19 20

MTR CAL

FREQ METER F1 FM F3 G(E) P 22 STANDARD SETTING OUTPUT FREQUENCY 21 FAULT CONTACT OUTPUT

OPEN COLLECTOR 2
STANDARD SETTING SPEED AGREED SIGNAL

MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT

27

MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT COMMON

Note See notes on page 38.

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Section 6-13

6-13

With VS Operator Models 3G3IV-PJVOP96-


Data 4th digit --'

System y Constant No. C t tN


', ') #) #$'

3rd digit ----------' ' ' ' '

2nd digit
'

1st digit

--% '* '

-------

*Connect to control circuit terminal 13 or 16 according to the application. For terminal 16, set Sn-19 = xx00.

MCCB THREE-PHASE POWER SUPPLY L1(R) L2(S) L3(T) L2(S) L3(T)

1 L1(R) (P1)

3 (P3)

(N)

MOTOR T1(U) T2(V) T3(W) G(E) GROUND (100 OR LESS) IM

SYSDRIVE 3G3IV

VS OPERATOR JVOP95


1 2 1 RUN COMMAND 2 STOP COMMAND 3 EXTERNAL FAULT INPUT 4 4 FAULT RESET 5 6 7 11 15 8 11 12(32) MULTI FUNCTION CONTACT INPUT MASTER/AUX CHANGE IS SET TO TERMINAL (5) FUNCTION

FWD RUNSTOP REV RUN

RESET MASTER AUX 5

FREQ SET

13

P P 17 SOURCE RUN FAULT 9 10 18 P


NOTE

SEQUENCE COMMON 0V TERMINAL SHIELD SHEATH 15 CONNECTION TERMINAL POWER SUPPLY FOR SPEED SETTING(+15 V, 20 mA) 13 MASTER REFERENCE 0 TO 10 V (20 K) 14 MASTER REFERENCE 4 TO 20 mA(250 ) 16 MULTI-FUNCTION ANALOG OUTPUT 17 0V TO 10 V (20 K) 0V 9 10 18 19 20 MULTI-FUNCTION CONTACT OUTPUT STANDARD SETTING DURING RUNNING SIGNAL 25 FAULT CONTACT 26 OPEN COLLECTOR 1
STANDARD SETTING ZERO SPEED SIGNAL

MTR CAL

FREQ METER F1 FM F3 G(E) P 22 STANDARD SETTING OUTPUT FREQUENCY 21 FAULT CONTACT OUTPUT

OPEN COLLECTOR 2
STANDARD SETTING SPEED AGREED SIGNAL

MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT

27

MULTI-FUNCTION OUTPUT COMMON

Note See notes on page 38.

,

Appendix A
Constants and Specifications
The constants described here are those required for basic operation.

 (Monitor Type)


No.
 '#  '$  '%  ',  ')  '*

Item Frequency reference Output frequency Output current Voltage reference DC voltage (V.P-N) Output power (-- displayed at regeneration)

Display
#$' '' #$' '' , + $'' $(' ' ()

Unit Hz Hz A V V kW

 (Frequency Setting)


No.
 '#  '-

Item Master frequency Inching frequency

Display
#$' '' * ''

Unit Hz Hz

 (Constant to be Changed during Operation)


No.
 '#  '$  ##

Item Acceleration time Deceleration time Frequency meter output gain


#' ' #' ' #''

Display sec sec %

Unit

 (Operation Conditions Setting at Stopping)


No. Operation conditions 1
 ',

Data (digits) 2 --------0 1 0 1 ----0 0 --------3 0 1 ------------4

Setting prior gp to hi t shipment t 0011

Run Mode

Master frequency reference: External terminal 13, 14 input Master frequency reference: Digital operator ('#) Operated by external terminal run command. Operated by run command from the digital operator.

--------0 0 1 1

Stop Mode M d

Frequency deceleration to stop Coasting to stop Full range DC injection braking to stoop Coasting to stop (restart possible after the time set in '$)





 
  7 

Appendix A

 (Constant Setting at Stopping)


No.
 ' ##  #$  #,  #)  %*

Item Motor rated current (to agree to motor NP) DC injection braking current DC injection braking time at stopping Frequency reference (upper limit) Frequency reference (lower limit) No. of retry operations at fault
% % )' ' ) #'' #$ )

Display A % sec % % times

Unit





 
  7 

Appendix A

Specifications
Models A2004 to A2075
Inverter model 3G3IV-

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A2004 A2007 1 (0.75) 2.1 4.8 5.4 0.5 (0.4) 1.4 3.2 3.6 2 (1.5) 2.7 6.4 7.2

200 to 230 V A2015 A2022 3 (2.2) 4.1 9.6 10.8 A2037 5 (3.7) 6.9 16 18 A2055 7.5 (5.5) 10.3 24 27 A2075 10 (7.5) 13.7 32 36

Max. applicable motor output Hp (kW) (See Note 1) Output characteristics Inverter capacity kVA Rated output current A Max. continuous output current (See Note 2) A Max. output voltage Rated output frequency Power supply Rated input voltage and frequency Allowable voltage fluctuation Allowable frequency fluctuation Control characteristics Control method Frequency control range Frequency accuracy Frequency resolution Output frequency resolution Overload capacity Frequency setting signal Accel/Decel time Braking torque No. of V-f patterns (Total of 16)

3-phase, 200/208/220/230 V (Proportional to input voltage) 50, 60, 72, 90, 120, 180 Hz (up to 400 Hz available) 3-Phase: 200/208/220 V, 50 Hz, 200/208/220/230 V, 60 Hz 10% 5% Sine wave PWM 0.1 to 400 Hz Digital command: Analog command: 0.01%, +14 to 104F, --10 to 40C 0.1%, 77 18F, 25 10C

Digital operator reference: 0.1 Hz Analog reference: 0.06 Hz/60 Hz 0.01 Hz (1/30000) 150% rated output current for one minute 0 to 10 VDC (20 k), 4 to 20 mA (250 ) 0 10 V (OPTIONAL) 0.1 to 6000 sec. (Accel/Decel time setting independently) Approx. 20% 4: 4: 1: 4: 3: For general purpose For high starting torque: For adjustable pattern For fans and pumps For machine tools.

Protective functions

Motor overload protection Instantaneous overcurrent Fuse blown protection Overload Overvoltage Undervoltage Momentary power loss

Electric thermal overload relay Motor coasts to a stop at approx. 200% rated current. Motor coasts to a stop by blown-fuse. Motor coasts to a stop for 1 minute at 150% rated output current. Motor coasts to a stop if converter output voltage exceeds 400 V. Motor coasts to a stop if converter output voltage drops to 210 V or below (See Note 3). Immediately stop by 15 ms and above momentary power loss. (Continuous system operation during power loss less than 2 sec is equipped as standard. See Note 2.) Setting made before shipment. Thermostat

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200 to 230 V A2004 A2007 A2015 A2022 A2037 A2055 A2075

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Protective functions

Stall prevention Ground fault Power charge indication

Stall prevention at acceleration/deceleration and constant speed operation Provided by electronic circuit Charge lamp stays ON until bus voltage drops below 50 V. Indoor (protected from corrosive gases and dust) +4 to 104F (--10 to +40C) (not frozen) --4 to 140F (--20 to +60C) 90% RH (non-condensing) 1 G less than 20 Hz, up to 0.2 G at 20 to 50 Hz

Environmental conditions diti

Location Ambient temperature Storage temperature (See Note 4) Humidity Vibration

Note

1. Our standard 4-pole motor is used for max applicable motor output. 2. Allowable values for the applications not required overload. 3. For Models of 4.1 kVA or less, continuous system operation during power loss less than 1 sec, for models with capacitor (option), less than 2 seconds. 4. Temperature during shipping (for short period).

Models B2110 to B2220


Inverter model 3G3IV-

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B2110 15 (11) 20.6 48 54 20 (15) 27.4 64 72

200 to 230 V B2150 B2185 25 (18.5) 34 80 90 B2220 30 (22) 41 96 108

Max. applicable motor output Hp (kW) (See Note 1) Output characteristics Inverter capacity kVA Rated output current A Max. continuous output current (See Note 2) A Max. output voltage Rated output frequency Power supply Rated input voltage and frequency Allowable voltage fluctuation Allowable frequency fluctuation Control characteristics Control method Frequency control range Frequency accuracy Frequency resolution Output frequency resolution Overload capacity Frequency setting signal Accel/Decel time Braking torque

3-phase, 200/208/220/230 V (Proportional to input voltage) 50, 60, 72, 90, 120, 180 Hz (up to 400 Hz available) 3-Phase: 200/208/220 V, 50 Hz, 200/208/220/230 V, 60 Hz

+10% +5%
Sine wave PWM 0.1 to 400 Hz Digital command: Analog command: 0.01%, +14 to 104F, --10 to 40C 0.1%, 77 18F, 25 10C

Digital operator reference: 0.1 Hz Analog reference: 0.06 Hz/60 Hz 0.01 Hz (1/30000) 150% rated output current for one minute 0 to 10 VDC (20 k), 4 to 20 mA (250 ) 0 10 V (OPTIONAL) 0.1 to 6000 sec. (Accel/Decel time setting independently) Approx. 20%

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200 to 230 V B2110 B2150 B2185 B2220

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4: 4: 1: 4: 3:

Control characteristics

No. of V-f patterns (Total of 16)

For general purpose For high starting torque: For adjustable pattern For fans and pumps For machine tools.

Protective functions

Motor overload protection Instantaneous overcurrent Fuse blown protection Overload Overvoltage Undervoltage Momentary power loss

Electric thermal overload relay Motor coasts to a stop at approx. 200% rated current. Motor coasts to a stop by blown-fuse. Motor coasts to a stop for 1 minute at 150% rated output current. Motor coasts to a stop if converter output voltage exceeds 400 V. Motor coasts to a stop if converter output voltage drops to 210 V or below (See Note 3). Immediately stop by 15 ms and above momentary power loss. (Continuous system operation during power loss less than 2 sec is equipped as standard. See Note 2.) Setting made before shipment. Thermostat Stall prevention at acceleration/deceleration and constant speed operation Provided by electronic circuit Charge lamp stays ON until bus voltage drops below 50 V. Indoor (protected from corrosive gases and dust) +4 to 104F (--10 to +40C) (not frozen) --4 to 140F (--20 to +60C) 90% RH (non-condensing) 1 G less than 20 Hz, up to 0.2 G at 20 to 50 Hz

Fin overheat Stall prevention Ground fault Power charge indication Environmental conditions diti Location Ambient temperature Storage temperature (See Note 4) Humidity Vibration

Note

1. Our standard 4-pole motor is used for max applicable motor output. 2. Allowable values for the applications not required overload. 3. For Models of 4.1 kVA or less, continuous system operation during power loss less than 1 sec, for models with capacitor (option), less than 2 seconds. 4. Temperature during shipping (for short period).

Models B2300 to B2750


Inverter model 3G3IV-

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B2300 B2370 50 (37) 60 (45) 68 160 180 40 (30) 50 (37) 54 130 146

200 to 230 V B2450 60 (45) 75 (55) 78 183 205 B2550 75 (55) 100 (75) 95 224 252 B2750 100 (75) 125 (90) 130 300 337

Max. applicable motor output Hp (kW) (See ( )( Note 1)

Rated output Max. continuous output Inverter capacity kVA Rated output current A Max. continuous output current (See Note 2) A Max. output voltage Rated output frequency

Output characteristics

3-phase, 200/208/220/230 V (Proportional to input voltage) 50, 60, 72, 90, 120, 180 Hz (up to 400 Hz available)





 
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200 to 230 V B2300 B2370 B2450 B2550 B2750

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Power supply

Rated input voltage and frequency Allowable voltage fluctuation Allowable frequency fluctuation

3-Phase: 200/208/220 V, 50 Hz, 200/208/220/230 V, 60 Hz

10% 5%
Sine wave PWM 0.1 to 400 Hz Digital command: Analog command: 0.01%, +14 to 104F, --10 to 40C 0.1%, 77 18F, 25 10C

Control characteristics

Control method Frequency control range Frequency accuracy Frequency resolution Output frequency resolution Overload capacity Frequency setting signal Accel/Decel time Braking torque No. of V-f patterns (Total of 16)

Digital operator reference: 0.1 Hz Analog reference: 0.06 Hz/60 Hz 0.01 Hz (1/30000) 150% rated output current for one minute/ 110% max. continuous output current for 1 minute 0 to 10 VDC (20 k), 4 to 20 mA (250 ), 0 10 V (OPTIONAL) 0.1 to 6000 sec. (Accel/Decel time setting independently) Approx. 20% 4: 4: 4: 3: For general purpose For high starting torque: For fans and pumps For machine tools.

Protective functions

Motor overload protection Instantaneous overcurrent Fuse blown protection Overload

Electric thermal overload relay Motor coasts to a stop at approx. 200% rated current. Motor coasts to a stop by blown-fuse. Motor coasts to a stop for 1 minute at 150% rated output current/motor coasts to a stop for 1 minute at 110% max. continuous output current. Motor coasts to a stop if converter output voltage exceeds 400 V. Motor coasts to a stop if converter output voltage drops to 210 V or below. Immediately stop by 15 ms and above momentary power loss. (Continuous system operation during power loss less than 2 sec is equipped as standard.) Setting made before shipment. Thermostat Stall prevention at acceleration/deceleration and constant speed operation Provided by electronic circuit Charge lamp stays ON until bus voltage drops below 50 V. Indoor (protected from corrosive gases and dust) Enclosed type, totally-enclosed type: +14 to 104F (--10 to +40C) Open chassis type: +14 to 122F (--10 to +50C) (not frozen) (see note 3) --4 to 140F (--20 to +60C) 90% RH (non-condensing)

Overvoltage Undervoltage Momentary power loss

Fin overheat Stall prevention Ground fault Power charge indication Environmental conditions diti Location Ambient temperature

Storage temperature (See Note 4) Humidity

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Appendix A
200 to 230 V B2300 B2370 B2450 B2550 B2750 9.81 m/s2 1 G less than 20 Hz, up to 0.2 G at 20 to 50 Hz

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Environmental conditions

Vibration

Note

1. Our standard 4-pole motor is used for max applicable motor output. 2. Application of variable torque rating requires adjustment of 4th digit of Sn-14: from 0 to 1 (0 to 1 ) 3. Up to 122F (50C) allowed when front cover is removed (open chassis type). 4. Temperature during shipping (for short period).





Models A4004 to A4075


Inverter Model 3G3IV-

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A4004 A4007 1 (0.75) 2.2 2.6 2.9 0.5 (0.4) 1.4 1.6 1.8 2 (1.5) 3.4 4.0 4.5

380 to 460 V A4015 A4022 3 (2.2) 4.1 4.8 5.4 A4037 5 (3.7) 6.9 8 9 A4055 7.5 (5.5) 10.3 12 13.5 A4075 10 (7.5) 13.7 16 18

Max. applicable motor output Hp (kW) (See Note 1) Output characteristics Inverter capacity kVA Rated output current A Max. continuous output current (See Note 2) A Max. output voltage Rated output frequency Power supply Rated input voltage and frequency Allowable voltage fluctuation Allowable frequency fluctuation Control characteristics Control method Frequency control range Frequency accuracy Frequency resolution Output frequency resolution Overload capacity Frequency setting signal Accel/Decel time Braking torque No. of V-f patterns (Total of 16)

3-Phase, 380/400/415/440/460 V (Proportional to input voltage) 50, 60, 72, 90, 120, 180 Hz (up to 400 Hz available) 3-Phase: 380/400/415/440/460 V, 50/60 Hz 10% 5% Sine wave PWM 0.1 to 400 Hz Digital command: Analog command: 0.01%, +14 to 104F, --10 to 40C 0.1%, 77 18F, 25 10C

Digital operator reference: 0.1 Hz Analog reference: 0.06 Hz/60 Hz 0.01 Hz (1/30000) 150% rated output current for one minute 0 to 10 VDC (20 k), 4 to 20 mA (250 ) 0 10 V (OPTIONAL) 0.1 to 6000 sec. (Accel/Decel time setting independently) Approx. 20% 4: 4: 1: 4: 3: For general purpose For high starting torque: For adjustable pattern For fans and pumps For machine tools.

Protective functions

Motor overload protection Instantaneous overcurrent Fuse blown protection Overload

Electric thermal overload relay Motor coasts to a stop at approx. 200% rated current. Motor coasts to a stop by blown-fuse. Motor coasts to a stop for 1 minute at 150% rated output current.

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Appendix A
380 to 460 V A4004 A4007 A4015 A4022 A4037 A4055 A4075

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Overvoltage Undervoltage Momentary power loss

Motor coasts to a stop if converter output voltage exceeds 800 V. Motor coasts to a stop if converter output voltage drops to 420 V or below (See Note 3). Immediately stop by 15 ms and above momentary power loss. (Continuous system operation during power loss less than 2 sec is equipped as standard. See Note 2.) Setting made before shipment. Thermostat Stall prevention at acceleration/deceleration and constant speed operation Provided by electronic circuit Charge lamp stays ON until bus voltage drops below 50 V. Indoor (protected from corrosive gases and dust) +4 to 104F (--10 to +40C) (not frozen) --4 to 140F (--20 to +60C) 90% RH (non-condensing) 1 G less than 20 Hz, up to 0.2 G at 20 to 50 Hz

Fin overheat Stall prevention Protective functions Ground fault Power charge indication Environmental conditions diti Location Ambient temperature Storage temperature (See Note 4) Humidity Vibration

Note

1. Our standard 4-pole motor is used for max applicable motor output. 2. Allowable values for the applications not required overload. 3. For Models of 4.1 kVA or less, continuous system operation during power loss less than 1 sec, for models with capacitor (option), less than 2 seconds. 4. Temperature during shipping (for short period).

Models B4110 to B4450


Inverter model 3G3IV-

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B4110 B4150 20 (15) 27.4 32 36 15 (11) 20.6 24 27 25 (18.5) 34 40 45

380 to 460 V B4185 B4220 30 (22) 41 48 54 B4300 40 (30) 54 64 72 B4370 50 (37) 68 80 90 B4450 60 (45) 82 96 108

Max. applicable motor output Hp (kW) (See Note 1) Output characteristics Inverter capacity kVA Rated output current A Max. continuous output current (See Note 2) A Max. output voltage Rated output frequency Power Supply Rated input voltage and frequency Allowable voltage fluctuation Allowable frequency fluctuation Control characteristics Control method Frequency control range Frequency accuracy Frequency resolution

3-phase, 200/208/220/230 V (Proportional to input voltage) 50, 60, 72, 90, 120, 180 Hz (up to 400 Hz available) 3-Phase 200/208/220 V, 50 Hz 200/208/220/230 V, 60 Hz 10% 5% Sine wave PWM 0.1 to 400 Hz Digital command: Analog command: 0.01%, +14 to 104F, --10 to 40C 0.1%, 77 18F, 25 10C

Digital operator reference: 0.1 Hz Analog reference: 0.06 Hz/60 Hz

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380 to 460 V B4110 B4150 B4185 B4220 B4300 B4370 B4450

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0.01 Hz (1/30000)

Control characteristics

Output frequency resolution Overload capacity Frequency setting signal Accel/Decel time Braking torque No. of V-f patterns (Total of 16)

150% rated output current for one minute 0 to 10 VDC (20 k), 4 to 20 mA (250 ) 0 10 V (OPTIONAL) 0.1 to 6000 sec. (Accel/Decel time setting independently) Approx. 20% 4: 4: 1: 4: 3: For general purpose For high starting torque: For adjustable pattern For fans and pumps For machine tools.

Protective functions

Motor overload protection Instantaneous overcurrent Fuse blown protection Overload Overvoltage Undervoltage Momentary power loss

Electric thermal overload relay Motor coasts to a stop at approx. 200% rated current. Motor coasts to a stop by blown-fuse. Motor coasts to a stop for 1 minute at 150% rated output current. Motor coasts to a stop if converter output voltage exceeds 800 V. Motor coasts to a stop if converter output voltage drops to 420 V or below (See Note 3). Immediately stop by 15 ms and above momentary power loss. (Continuous system operation during power loss less than 2 sec is equipped as standard. See Note 2.) Setting made before shipment. Thermostat Stall prevention at acceleration/deceleration and constant speed operation Provided by electronic circuit Charge lamp stays ON until bus voltage drops below 50 V. Indoor (protected from corrosive gases and dust) +4 to 104F (--10 to +40C) (not frozen) --4 to 140F (--20 to +60C) 90% RH (non-condensing) 1 G less than 20 Hz, up to 0.2 G at 20 to 50 Hz

Fin overheat Stall prevention Ground fault Power charge indication Environmental conditions diti Location Ambient temperature Storage temperature (See Note 4) Humidity Vibration

Note

1. Our standard 4-pole motor is used for max applicable motor output. 2. Allowable values for the applications not required overload. 3. For Models of 4.1 kVA or less, continuous system operation during power loss less than 1 sec, for models with capacitor (option), less than 2 seconds. 4. Temperature during shipping (for short period).

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Models B4550 to B430K
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Appendix A

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B4550 B4750 100 (75) 150 (110) 140 165 180 75 (55) 100 (75) 110 128 144 150 (110) 200 (160) 200 224 252

380 to 460 V B411K B416K B418K B422K B430K 200 (160) 250 (185) 250 300 337 250 (185) 300 (220) 290 340 380 300 (220) 400 (300) 380 450 506 400 (300) 500 (355) 510 600 675

Max. applicable motor ( )( output Hp (kW) (See Note 1)

Rated output Max. continuous output Inverter capacity kVA Rated output current A Max. continuous output current (See Note 2) A Max. output voltage Rated output frequency

Output characteristics

3-phase, 380/400/415/440/460 V (Proportional to input voltage) 50, 60, 72, 90, 120, 180 Hz (up to 400 Hz available) 3-Phase 380/400/415/440/460 V, 50/60 Hz 10% 5% Sine wave PWM 0.1 to 400 Hz Digital command: Analog command: 0.01%, +14 to 104F, --10 to 40C 0.1%, 77 18F, 25 10C

Power Supply

Rated input voltage and frequency Allowable voltage fluctuation Allowable frequency fluctuation

Control characteristics

Control method Frequency control range Frequency accuracy Frequency resolution

Digital operator reference: 0.1 Hz Analog reference: 0.06 Hz/60 Hz 0.01 Hz (1/30000) 150% rated output current for one minute/ 110% max. continuous output current for one minute 0 to 10 VDC (20 k), 4 to 20 mA (250 ), 0 10 V (OPTIONAL) 0.1 to 6000 sec. (Accel/Decel time setting independently) Approx. 20% 4: 4: 4: 3: For general purpose For high starting torque: For fans and pumps For machine tools.

Control characteristics

Output frequency resolution Overload capacity Frequency setting signal Accel/Decel time Braking torque No. of V-f patterns (Total of 16)

Protective functions

Motor overload protection Instantaneous overcurrent Fuse blown protection Overload

Electric thermal overload relay Motor coasts to a stop at approx. 200% rated current. Motor coasts to a stop by blown-fuse. Motor coasts to a stop for 1 minute at 150% rated output current./motor coasts to a stop for 1 minute at 110% max. continuous output current. Motor coasts to a stop if converter output voltage exceeds 800 V. (approx. 700 V) (see Note 3) Motor coasts to a stop if converter output voltage drops to 420 V or below. Immediately stop by 15 ms and above momentary power loss. (Continuous system operation during power loss less than 2 sec is equipped as standard.) Setting made before shipment. Thermostat

Overvoltage Undervoltage Momentary power loss

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Appendix A
380 to 460 V B4550 B4750 B411K B416K B418K B422K B430K

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Stall prevention Ground fault Power charge indication Environmental conditions diti Location Ambient temperature

Stall prevention at acceleration/deceleration and constant speed operation Provided by electronic circuit Charge lamp stays ON until bus voltage drops below 50 V. Indoor (protected from corrosive gases and dust) Enclosed type, totally-enclosed type: +14 to 104F (--10 to +40C) Open chassis type: +14 to 122F (--10 to +50C) (not frozen) (see note 4) --4 to 140F (--20 to +60C) 90% RH (non-condensing) 9.81 m/s2 1 G less than 20 Hz, up to 0.2 G at 20 to 50 Hz

Storage temperature (See Note 5) Humidity Vibration

Note

1. Our standard 4-pole motor is used for max applicable motor output. 2. Application of variable torque rating requires adjustment of 4th digit of Sn-14: from 0 to 1 (0 to 1 ) 3. Approx. 700 V when input voltage set value (Cn-01) is less than 400.0 V approx. 800 V when it exceeds 400.0 V. 4. Up to 122F (50C) allowed when front cover is removed (open chassis type). 5. Temperature during shipping (for short period).





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Appendix B
Optional Equipment Option Cards
TOP

CONTROL CIRCUIT BOARD SPEED (FREQUENCY) REFERENCE OPTION CARD MONITOR OPTION CARD GROUND WIRE (GREEN) CONTROL TERMINAL BOTTOM MAIN CIRCUIT TERMINAL 2CN
OPERATOR

3CN

Option Card Installing Position

Names Speed Reference Analog Speed Reference Card 3G3IV-PAI14U

Function Permits setting a high-accuracy, high-resolution analog speed reference. Input signal level: 0 to +10 VDC (20 k ) 1 channel 4 to 20 mA DC (250 ) 1 channel Input resolution: 14 bits (1/16384)

Installing position

. . . .

Attach the card at 2CN on the control circuit board. (See Note 1) Attach the card at 2CN on the control circuit board. (See Note 1) Attach the card at 2CN on the control circuit board. (See Note 1) Attach the card at 2CN on the control circuit board. (See Note 2) Attach the card at 2CN on the control circuit board.

Analog Speed Reference Card 3G3IV-PAI14B

Permits setting a high-accuracy, high-resolution analog speed reference. Input signal level: 0 to 10 VDC (20 k ) 4 to 20 mA DC (250 ) 3 channels Input resolution: 13 bits + sign (1/8192) Permits setting an 8-bit digital speed reference. Input signal: Binary 8 bits/BCD 2 digits + sign Input voltage: +24 V (insulated) Input current: 8 mA Permits automatic Inverter operation, Inverter status monitoring, and Inverter data setting from the PC. Applicable PCs: C200H, C500, C1000H, C2000H, CV-series PCs Permits automatic Inverter operation, Inverter status monitoring, and Inverter data setting from the PC. Applicable PCs: CV-series PCs

Digital Speed Reference Card 3G3IV-PDI08 PC Interface Card SYSMAC BUS (Wired): 3G3IV-PSIG SYSMAC BUS/2 (Optical): 3G3IV-PSIF

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Names Monitor Analog Monitor Card 3G3IV-PAO08 Function Provides an analog signal for monitoring the output state (output frequency, output current, etc.) of the inverter. Output resolution:8 bits (1/256) Output voltage: 0 to +10 V (not insulated) Output channel: 2 channels Provides an analog signal for monitoring the output state (output frequency, output current, etc.) of the inverter. Output resolution:11 bits (1/2048) Output voltage: 0 to +10 V (not insulated) Output channel: 2 channels Provides a pulse string signal corresponding to the output frequency of the inverter. Output pulse: 1F, 6F, 10F, 12F, 36F, (F: Output frequency) Output voltage: +12 V 10 % (insulated) Output current: 20 mA max.

Appendix B
Installing position Attach the card at 3CN on the control circuit board. (See Note 3) Attach the card at 3CN on the control circuit board. (See Note 3) Attach the card at 3CN on the control circuit board. (See Note 3)

Analog Monitor Card 3G3IV-PAO12

Pulse Monitor Card 3G3IV-PPO36F

Note

1. Only one of the speed (frequency) reference option cards can be attached at 2CN. 2. A Monitor Card cannot be mounted simultaneously. 3. Only one of the monitor option cards can be attached at 3CN.

Optional Unit
Name Digital monitor Model 3G3IV-PJVOP101 Function Permits display of frequency and current by digital monitor and indication of a problem. Equipped with protections for ON/OFF operation and setting a constant so that it can be safely used in the field. This removable adapter panel can be used on the inverter cover with an extension cable when the digital operator or digital monitor needs to be removed from the inverter cover. Installing position On the inverter front cover (See Note) On the inverter front cover (See Note)

Operator/Moni tor adapter

3G3IV-PJVOP109

Exclusive extension cable for digital operator or monitor Exclusive extension cable for adapter Damping unit Damping resistor unit

1-meter cable (3G3IV-PCN121) 3-meter cable (3G3IV-PCN321)

This extension cable is used when the digital operator or On the inverter digital monitor is used after removing from the inverter front cover front cover. The cable is available in 1- and 3-meter (blind panel) lengths. The package of the extension cable includes a simple blind panel. Depending on the application, the use of the operator/monitor adapter JVOP-109 is recommended. This extension cable is used when the digital operator or digital monitor is controlled remotely via adapter (3G3IV-PJVOP109). Used in combination with the damping resistor unit to reduce motor deceleration time. On the inverter front cover

1-meter cable (3G3IV-PCN122) 3-meter cable (3G3IV-PCN322) 3G3IV-PCDBR 3G3IV-PLKEB





Separately installed

Capacitor unit 3G3IV-PP00 0 for momentary power loss.

Shortens the motor deceleration time by causing the Separately regenerative energy to be consumed through the resistor. installed Designed for momentary loss of control power. (Backup time: 2 sec.) Separately installed

Note

Only one of the options PJVOP 101 and 109, used on the front cover of the inverter can be installed at a time. When attaching such an option on the front cover, the digital operator PJVOP 100, provided as a standard feature) must be removed.

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Appendix C
Dimensions 200 to 230 V
0.5 to 2 HP (0.4 to 1.5 kW) (Model 3G3IV-A2004-E to A2015-E) Enclosed Wall-mounted Type
150(5.91) 150(5.91) 10(0.39) 1.18 (0.05) 1.18 (0.05) Four M6 dia mtg. holes Face plate Upper cover

Air

18.2 (0.72)

58.5 (2.30)

Operator 111.6(4.39)

285(11.22) 9(0.35)

Control circuit terminal M3.5 Main circuit terminal M4

180(7.09) 204.5(8.05) Grounding terminal M4

123.2(4.85)

304(11.97)

Lower cover 99(3.90)

Air 31 (1.22)

Three 35(1.38) dia: Cable entry knock out

Weight 4 kg (9 lb)
16.5 (0.65) 31 31 (1.22) (1.22) 130(5.12)

Note:

42.8 (1.69)

42.8 (1.69)

To use the unit in the panel, remove the upper and lower covers.

3 to 5 HP (2.2 to 3.7 kW) (Model 3G3IV-A2022-E to A2037-E) Enclosed Wall-mounted Type

10(0.39)

30 (1.18)

30 (1.18)

Face plate Upper cover Air

18.2 (0.72)

58.5 (2.30 )

111.6(4.39)

Operator

285(11.22)

Control circuit terminal M3.5

304(11.97)

Cooling fan 123.2(4.85)

9(0.35)

180(7.09) 204.5(8.05) Grounding terminal M4 Main circuit terminal M4

Lower cover 125(4.92)

Air 40(1.57)

Three 35 (1.38) dia: Cable entry knock out 16.5(0.65)

Weight: 7 kg (15.43 lb) Note:


165(6.50)

85.5(3.37)

40(1.57) 57(2.24)

To use the unit in the panel, remove the upper and lower covers.

150(5.91)

150(5.91)

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7.5 to 10 HP (5.5 to 7.5 kW) (Model 3G3IV-A2055-E to A2075-E) Enclosed Wall-mounted Type

10(0.39)

30 (1.18)

30 (1.18)

Face plate Upper cover Air

18.2 (0.72)

58.5 (2.30)

Operator 111.6(4.39)

335(13.19)

Control circuit terminal M3.5 Main circuit terminal M5

163.2(6.43)

354(13.94)

Cooling fan Air 9(0.35) 135(5.31) Lower cover 65(2.56) 150(5.91)

180(7.09) 204.5(8.05) Grounding terminal M5 Three 44(1.73) dia: Cable entry knock out

Weight: 10 kg (22.05 lb)


39(1.54) 40(1.57)

Note:
200(7.87)

To use the unit in the panel, remove the upper and lower covers.

15 HP (11 kW) (Model 3G3IV-B2110-E) Open Chassis Type

7.5(0.30)

30 (1.18)

30 (1.18)

Face plate

Air

Cooling fan 1(0.04) 485(19.09) 58.5 (2.30) Operator Control circuit terminal M3.5 113(4.45) 500(19.69)

114.4(1.50)

7.5(0.30)

200(7.87) Control circuit terminal Main circuit terminal M6 Grounding M4 terminal M8 250(9.84)

Air 135(5.31) 105(4.13)

25510.04)

Weight 19 kg (42 lb)

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240(9.45)

150(5.91)

150(5.91)

Four M4 dia mtg. holes

65(2.56)

80(3.15)

150(5.91)

Four M6 dia mtg. holes

 


20 HP (15 kW) (Model 3G3IV-B2150-E) Open Chassis Type

Appendix C

Four M6 dia mtg. holes

7.5(0.30)

30 (1.18)

30 (1.18)

Face plate

Air

Cooling fan 28 (1.10) 58.5 (2.30) 535(21.06) 550(21.65)

Operator

Control circuit terminal M3.5

275(10.83) 325(12.00) Main circuit terminal M8

Air 159(6.26) 105(4.13)

Control circuit terminal M4

Grounding terminal M8

330(12.99)

Weight: 24 kg (52.91 lb)

25 to 30 HP (18.5 to 22 kW) (Model 3G3IV-B2185-E to B2220-E) Open Chassis Type

Face plate

Air

Cooling fan 28 (1.10) Operator 113(4.45) 58.5 (2.30) 535(21.06) 550(21.65)

Control circuit terminal M3.5

166.56.56)

7.5(0.30)

275(10.83) 325(12.80) Main circuit Grounding terminal M8 terminal M8

Air 169(6.65) 86(3.39)

Control circuit terminal M4

330(12.99)

Weight: 32 kg (70.55 lb)

255(10.04)

150(5.91)

150(5.91)

7.5(0.30)

30 (1.18)

Four M6 dia mtg. holes

30 (1.18)

245(9.65)

150(5.91)

7.5(0.30)

150(5.91)

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40 HP (30 kW) (Model 3G3IV-B2300-E) Open Chassis Type
Four, M8 dia. mtg. holes 30 min. 30 min. Front cover 150 min.

Appendix C

211.5

113

Control Digital terminal Operator M3.5 59 Control terminal 83 M4

10

AIR

655 675

Cooling fan

55

55

10

315

185 90

425 Grounding terminal M8 Main terminal M10 430 max. 280 max.

Approx. Weight: 51 kg

50 HP (37 kW) (Model 3G3IV-B2370-E) Open Chassis Type


Four, M10 dia. mtg. holes 100 min. 30 min. 10 AIR 150 min. Cooling fan 150 min. 90

Front cover

81.5

59

Control terminal M4

50 Grounding terminal M8 90 open 695 max.

375 475

50 186

Main terminal M10 480 max. 280 max.

10

152 113

780 800

Control terminal M3.5

Digital Operator

70

Approx. Weight: 59 kg

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60/75 HP (45/55 kW) (Model 3G3IV-B2450-E to B2550-E) Open Chassis Type
Four, M10 dia. mtg. holes 100 min. 30 min. 10 Front cover AIR 150 min.

Appendix C

Control terminal M3.5 4 Control terminal M4

780 800

Cooling fan

59 Digital
Operator

152 113 10

375 50 475 Grounding terminal M8 50

186 90

Main terminal M10 90 open 480 max. 280 max.

695 max.

Approx. Weight: 65 kg

70

100 HP (75 kW) (Model 3G3IV-B2750-E) Open Chassis Type


Four, M10 dia. mtg. holes 65 min. (20) 65 min. 150 min. Cooling fan 1245 1280 150 min. 150.5

Front cover

AIR

Control terminal M3.5 Control terminal M4

Digital Operator

58.5

133.5

25 600 Main terminal M12

25

Grounding terminal M8

90 open 537.6 max. 906 max.

15.0

550

455

113

297.0

Approx. Weight: 153 kg


453 max.

150.5

150 min.

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Appendix C

380 to 460 V
0.5 to 3 HP (0.4 to 2.2 kW) (Model 3G3IV-A4004-E to A4022-E) Enclosed Wall-mounted Type

4-0.236(M6) DIA MTG. HOLES

FACE PLATE UPPER COVER

COOLING FAN

GROUNDING TERMINAL M4

3-44 dia. CABLE ENTRY KNOCK OUT

Approx. Weight: 15 lb (7kg) Note: To use the unit in the panel, remove the upper and lower covers.

5 to 10 HP (3.7 to 7.5 kW) (Model 3G3IV-A4037-E to A4075-E) Enclosed Wall-mounted Type

4-0.236(M6) DIA MTG. HOLES

GROUNDING TERMINAL M4

LOWER COVER

THREE, 44DIA. CABLE ENTRY KNOCK OUT

Approx. Weight: 22 lb (10 kg)

Note:

To use the unit in the panel, remove the upper and lower covers.

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Appendix C

15 to 20 HP (11 to 15 kW) (Model 3G3IV-B4110-E to B4150-E) Enclosed Wall-mounted Type

4-0.236(M6) DIA MTG. HOLES FACE PLATE

MAIN CIRCUIT TERMINAL M5

GROUNDING TERMINAL M8

CONTROL CIRCUIT TERMINAL M4

90

 OPEN

MODEL WEIGHT 3G3IV-B4110-E 46 lb (21 kg) 3G3IV-B4150-E 48 lb (22 kg)

25 to 30 HP (18.5 to 22 kW) (Model 3G3IV-B4185-E to B4220-E) Open Chassis Type

4-0.236(M6) DIA MTG. HOLES

FACE PLATE

GROUNDING TERMINAL M8

CONTROL CIRCUIT TERMINAL M4 MAIN CIRCUIT TERMINAL M6

90

 OPEN

Approx. Weight: 70 lb (32 kg)

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40 to 50 HP (30 to 37 kW) (Model 3G3IV-B4300-E to B4370-E) Open Chassis Type
4-0.236(M6) DIA MTG. HOLES FACE PLATE

Appendix C

COOLING FAN

GROUNDING TERMINAL M8 MAIN CIRCUIT TERMINAL M8

CONTROL CIRCUIT TERMINAL M4

MODEL WEIGHT 3G3IV-B4300-E 93 lb (42 kg) 3G3IV-B4370-E 99 lb (45 kg)

60 HP (45 kW) (Model 3G3IV-B4450-E) Open Chassis Type


4-0.236(M6) DIA MTG. HOLES FACE PLATE

GROUNDING TERMINAL M8

CONTROL CIRCUIT TERMINAL M4 MAIN CIRCUIT TERMINAL M8

Approx. Weight: 165 lb (75 kg)

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75 to 100 HP (55 to 75 kW) (Model 3G3IV-B4550-E to B4750-E) Open Chassis Type
Four, M10 dia. mtg. holes 100 min. Front cover (12.5) 30 min. 105 min.

Appendix C

AIR

Grounding terminal M8
50 475 575

349

113 900 925

Control circuit terminal 28 58.5 M3.5

Cooling fan
Digital Operator

50 12.5

167

109

Main circuit terminal M10 Control circuit terminal M4 90 open 580 max. Model 3G3IV-B4550 3G3IV-B4750 70 790 max. 280

150 HP (110 kW) (Model 3G3IV-B411K-E) Open Chassis Type


(12.5) Four, M10 dia. mtg. holes 100 min. 30 min. 105 min. Cooling fan 900 925
109

Front cover AIR

Control terminal Digital circuit 20 58.5 Operator M3.5 113

349

Grounding terminal M8
50 475 575

150 min. Approx. weight 88 kg. 92 kg. 150 min.

50

217 Main circuit terminal M10 90 Control circuit terminal M4 open 580 max. 840 max.

330

12.5

Approx. Weight: 104 kg

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200 HP (160 kW) (Model 3G3IV-B416K-E) Open Chassis Type
150 min. (20) Four, M12 dia. mtg. holes 65 min. 65 min. Front cover AIR

Appendix C

Cooling fan
Control circuit terminal M4

50

113 1325 1360

Control Digital circuit Operator terminal M3.5

25

15

25

550 600

906 max.

Main circuit terminal M12 Grounding terminal M8 90 open 537.6 150.7 297.0 453

139 150.7

Approx. Weight: 170 kg

250/300 HP (185/220 kW) (Model 3G3IV-B418K-E to B422K-E) Open Chassis Type


Six, M12 dia. mtg. holes 1084 50 285 565 50

AIR

70

Digital Operator

70
58.5

Cooling fan 1400 1450 113

311.5
Control circuit terminal M3.5 Main circuit terminal M16

717.5

Grounding terminal M8

Control circuit terminal M4 956 347 455

25

310 440 950 100

305-500 min.

150min. Wiring space

25

Front cover

Approx. Weight: 360 kg

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400 HP (300 kW) (Model 3G3IV-B430K-E) Open Chassis Type
Six, M12 dia. mtg. holes 1094 298 575 55 25 Front cover AIR 150 max.

Appendix C

32

70

Digital Operator

Control circuit terminal M3.5 Main circuit terminal M16 Grounding terminal M8

113 1550 1600

342

70 58.5

Cooling fan

855

440 960

310

106 25

410 min. H D 4-d dia mtg. holes

Wiring space

Control circuit terminal M4 966 max. 347 455

Approx. Weight: 420 kg

Dimensions

H1

W1 W

The dimensions to the above shows Model 3G3IV-A2075-E. Remove the upper and lower covers of the enclosed type units when it is applied as the open chassis type.

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Voltage Enclosure Model 3G3IV-- W 200 to 230 V Open chassis type A2004, A2007, A2015 A2022, A2037 A2055, A2075 B2110 B2150 B2185, B2220 B2300 B2370 B2450, B2550 B2750 Enclosed type (NEMA 1) A2004, A2007, A2015 A2022, A2037 A2055, A2075 380 to 460 V Open chassis type A4004, A4007, A4015, A4022 A4037, A4055, A4075 B4110, B4150 B4180, B4220 B4300, B4370 B4450 B4550 B4750 B411K B416K B418K, B422K B430K Enclosed type (NEMA 1) A4004, A4007, A4015, A4022 A4037, A4055, A4075 205 (8.07) 205 (8.07) 205 (8.07) 250 (9.84) 325 (12.79) 325 (12.79) 425 (16.73) 475 (18.70) 475 (18.70) 600 (23.62) 205 (8.07) 205 (8.07) 205 (8.07) 205 (8.07) 205 (8.07) 250 (9.84) 325 (12.79) 350 (13.78) 500 (19.69) 575 (22.64) 575 (22.64) 575 (22.64) 600 (23.62) 950 (37.40) 960 (37.97) 8.07 (205) 8.07 (205) H 305 (12.01) 305 (12.01) 355 (14.00) 500 (19.69) 550 (21.65) 550 (21.65) 675 (26.57) 800 (31.50) 800 (31.50) 1,280 (50.39) 305 (12.01) 305 (12.01) 355 (14.00) 355 (14.00) 355 (14.00) 500 (19.69) 550 (21.65) 725 (28.54) 925 (36.42) 925 (36.42) 925 (36.42) 925 (36.42) 1,360 (53.54) 1,450 (57.09) 1,600 (62.99) 14.00 (355) 14.00 (355) Dimensions mm (inch) D 130 (5.12) 165 (6.50) 200 (7.87) 240 (9.45) 245 (9.65) 255 (10.04) 280 (11.02) 280 (11.02) 280 (11.02) 453 (17.83) 130 (5.12) 165 (6.50) 200 (7.87) 165 (6.50) 200 (7.87) 255 (10.04) 255 (10.04) 280 (11.02) 280 (11.02) 280 (11.02) 280 (11.02) 330 (12.99) 453 (17.83) 435 (17.13) 455 (17.91) 6.50 (165) 7.87 (200) W1 180 (7.09) 180 (7.09) 180 (7.09) 200 (7.87) 275 (10.83) 275 (10.83) 315 (12.40) 375 (14.76) 375 (14.76) 550 (21.65) 180 (7.09) 180 (7.09) 180 (7.09) 180 (7.09) 180 (7.09) 200 (7.87) 265 (10.43) 250 (9.84) 400 (15.75) 475 (18.70) 475 (18.70) 475 (18.70) 550 (21.65) ----7.09 (180) 7.09 (180) H1 285 (11.22) 285 (11.22) 335 (13.19) 485 (19.09) 535 (21.06) 535 (21.06) 655 (25.79) 780 (30.71) 780 (30.71) 1,245 (49.02) 285 (11.22) 285 (11.22) 335 (13.19) 335 (13.19) 335 (13.19) 485 (19.09) 535 (21.06) 705 (27.76) 900 (35.43) 900 (35.43) 900 (35.43) 900 (35.43) 1,325 (52.17) 1,400 (55.12) 1,550 (61.02) 13.19 (335) 13.19 (335)

Appendix C
Approx. weight d M6 M6 M6 M6 M6 M6 M8 M10 M10 M12 M6 M6 M6 M6 M6 M6 M6 M8 M10 M10 M10 M10 M12 M12 M12 M6 M6 kg (lb) 4 (9) 7 (15) 10 (22) 19 (42) 24 (53) 32 (70) 51 (112) 59 (130) 65 (143) 153 (337) 4 (9) 7 (15) 10 (22) 7 (15) 10 (22) 22 (48) 32 (70) 45 (99) 75 (165) 88 (194) 92 (203) 104 (229) 170 (374) 360 (793) 420 (925) 7 (15) 10 (22)

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Inverter Unit Cooling Fin Dimensions
PANEL 150 mm (5.9 in) or more PANEL

Appendix C

COOLING FIN

COOLING FIN

RUBBER BUSHING

150 mm (5.9 in) or more L L 0.4 to 15 kW (0.5 to 2 HP) 18.5 to 45 kW (25 to 60 HP)

200 to 230 V
Model 3G3IV-- Cooling fin Dimensions L max. mm (inch) Number of rubber bushings A2004 A2007 31 (1.22) -----A2015 31 (1.22) 4 A2022 A2037 40 (1.57) 6 A2055 A2075 65 (2.56) 2 B2110 105 (4.13) -----B2150 to B2220 86 (3.39) -----B2030 to B2055 90 (3.54) -----B2075 150.7 (5.93) ------

200 to 230 V
Voltage class Model 3G3IV-- A4004 to A4022 40 (1.57) --A4037 to A4075 65 (2.56) 2 B4110 B4150 66 (2.60) --B4185 B4220 86 (3.39) --380 to 400 V B4300 B4370 106 (4.17) --B4450 B4550 to B411K 109 (4.29) --B416K B418K to B430K 103 (4.06) ---

Cooling fin Dimensions L max. mm (inch) Number of rubber bushings

109 (4.29) ---

150.7 (5.93) ---

Note: For installation on a totally-enclosed type control panel, rubber bushing may be required depending on the model. Procure necessary rubber bushings separately.

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Revision code The following table outlines the changes made to the manual during each revision. Page numbers refer to the previous version.
Revision code 1 1A Date October 1991 January 1992 Original production Changes and additions accompanying new version of the Inverter. Page 3: Model number changed for new version. Page 53: PC Interface Card added. Page 54: Note added to top table. Page 58: Dimensions added for 380 to 460-V models (three new pages). Pages 62 and 63: Dimensions changed in tables. 2 June 1992 Changes and additions accompanying new version of the Inverter. Page 3: Model number changed for new version. Page 28: Display Function Additions added (Section 4-3). 3 November 1993 Changes and additions accompanying new version of the Inverter. Page 3: Model number changed for new version. Page 8 to 13: Specifications added to MCCB tables. Page 32: Additions made to Main Circuit table. Page 38 to 50: New Unit circuit diagrams and specification tables added to section. Page 51 to 62: Specifications added to tables throughout Appendix A. Page 65 to 77: Dimension diagrams and specifications added throughout Appendix C. 3A December 1993 Corrections of mistakes and warnings added. Page 15: Ground wiring diagrams corrected. Page 7: Three notes on wiring have been added. 3B April 1994 Page 2: Model number on the name plate corrected. Page 3: Applicable maximum motor output corrected for the model number legend. 3C June 1995 Page 42: B0/(--) has been corrected to B2. Revised content

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