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VFD Notes

Post by msimpson » Wed Nov 06, 2019 10:03 pm

I thought I would post all the notes I have on my Huanyang VFD. Please note that these notes apply to the Type 1 (genuine) VFD.
Please understand that these notes as well as my VFD introduction listed here:
https://www.kronosrobotics.com/spindle-introduction
Is what I used to get my VFDs up and running.

My Notes

These are the settings I start with on my 1.5KW 110v spindles. For 220V spindles some settings will need to be changed. I added some recommendations (number in parenthesis) for 2.2KW 220V spindles.

These settings must be done in the listed order.

PD000 = 0 to unlock
PD013 = 8 * To restore factory settings

PD001 = 0 Source of run commands (0 = Panel / 1 = external terminals)
PD002 = 1 * Source of operating frequency (0= Panel / 1 = external terminals or Pot) Note that the jumper mush be on the two right pins if you want to use the internal pot. On the two left pins if external IE Mach3 or external pot.

PD005 = 400 * Max operating frequency
PD004 = 400 * Base frequency
PD003 = 400 Main frequency


PD006 = 3.0 Intermediate frequency (someone said it should be 3.0 for 60Hz mains - manual says 2.5 or 3.0) (2.5)

PD008 = 110 Max voltage (This is the voltage of your spindle) (220)

PD009 = 7.5 Intermediate voltage (15 wasn't working - extrapolated from 220v & 380v charts for constant torque) (14)

PD010 = 4 Min voltage (7)

PD011 = 32 Note that some spindles may need a higher starting frequency 100 may be a good starting point if you have issues with the lower end.

PD014 =1.5 Acceleration. IE it will take 1.5 seconds to get to the set speed.
PD015 =.2 Deceleration. IE it will take .2 seconds to get to stop.

PD070 = 1 * Analog input = 0-5V. This sets the speed control range.

PD072 = 400 * Higher analog frequency

PD141 = 110 Rated motor voltage (220)
PD142 = 7 Rated motor current [motor says 8A] – Setting won’t go any higher than 7 (14)
PD143 = 2 Number of motor poles
PD144 = 3000 RPM at 50Hz frequency (for 24,000 at 400Hz)





Notes from the Web

These are some of the settings, there was a different list, but i think these are the basic ones, instead of 220v put 110v

Change PD001 Source of Run Commands to '1'
Change PD005 Max operating frequency to 400hz
Change PD004 base frequency to 400hz
Change PD003 Main frequency to 400hz
Change PD006 Intermediate frequency to 2.5
Change PD008 max voltage to 220v
Change PD009 Intermediate voltage to 15v
Change PD010 Min voltage to 8
Change PD011 frequency lower limit to >100hz (120hz to start)
Change PD142 7 Amps
Change PD143 2
Change PD144 3000

just search for "spindle inverter setup" and you can find other settings, i think these are the ones i used for mine, haven't had to change anything anymore see less

I got the 110V 1500W version
Works As Described.
Motor Set Up:
Pin 1 to Controller "U"
Pin 2 to "V"
Pin 3 to "W"
pin 4 empty
pin 5 to GND

Controller power
AC power to "R" and "S"

Settings
Pd000 - 0
Pd001 - 0
Pd002 - 1
Pd003 thru 005 - 400.00
Pd009 - 7 (important to adjust this for the 110V version. 220v version s/b 14
Pd011 - i made the lower limit 10Hz

From Amazon
Here are my settings for the 110v 1.5KW model HY01D511B that are working well with external control. An * indicates settings per the manufacturer’s video. The inverter includes a manual, but it doesn't have 110v settings.

PD013 = 8 * To restore factory settings (do first)
PD001 = 1 Source of run commands (0 = operator board / 1 = external terminals)
PD002 = 1 * Source of operating frequency (0= operator board / 1 = external terminals)
PD003 = 400 Main frequency
PD004 = 400 * Base frequency
PD005 = 400 * Max operating frequency
PD006 = 3.0 Intermediate frequency (someone said it should be 3.0 for 60Hz mains - manual says 2.5 or 3.0)
PD008 = 110 Max voltage
PD009 = 7.5 Intermediate voltage (15 wasn't working - extrapolated from 220v & 380v charts for constant torque)
PD010 = 4 Min voltage (8 wasn't working - extrapolated from the 220v & 380v charts for constant torque)
PD011 = 100 Frequency lower limit >= 100hz (recommended to avoid overheating air cooled unit)
PD070 = 1 * Analog input = 0-5V
PD072 = 400 * Higher analog frequency
PD141 = 110 Rated motor voltage
PD142 = 7 Rated motor current [motor says 8A] – Setting won’t go any higher than 7
PD143 = 2 Number of motor poles
PD144 = 3000 RPM at 50Hz frequency (for 24,000 at 400Hz)

Using external run commands: Forward = connect FOR to DCM / Reverse = connect REV to DCM
Using external operating frequency: ACM = Analog ground / VI = Analog Input

Motor connector has five pins. Pins 1, 2, and 3 are connected to the inverter power supply U, V, and W. If the spindle runs backward swap any two. Pin 5 is ground – connect to inverter ground. Use 16AWG wiring. see less
By Jonathan R. on December 9, 2018

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