OPERATION SELECTION AT OVER SPEED/ DEVIATION .
winner inverter set the stop method when over speed occurs.0:deceleration to stop using deceleration time 1 (c 1-0 2). 1: coast to stop. 2: emergency stops using the emergency stop time ( c 1-0 9). 3:continue operation it dose not need to be set normally to protect the motor and other machine.
note: it will be detected when the motor,s speed exceeds the specified value. please set the over speed,s detection method (f 1-0 8 , f 1-0 9) and stop method ( f 1-0 3)
winner inverter constants set the conditions (level and time)for detecting pg speed deviation and the stopping method that is used when a pg speed deviation is detected . 0:decelerate to stop using deceleration time 1 (c 1-0 2) 1:coast to stop .2: emergency stops using the emergency stop time (c 1-0 9) , 3:continue operation (display ,dev, and continue control.).
note: when over speed deviation (the difference between motor,s actual speed and command speed) is too big ,it will be detected . to set the speed deviation detection method (f 1- 0 8 , f 1- 09)and stop method ( f 1-0 3)..
PG CONSTANT .
winner inverter set the pulse number of generator or encoder when pg is used
note:to set the pulse number of generator or encoder when pg is used. the unit s p/r . set the number of phase a or phase b pulse s in one motor revolution.
OPERATION SELECTION AT PG OPEN CIRCUIT .
This constant sets the stopping method that is used when the signal from the pg is lost. 0: deceleration to stop using deceleration time 1( c 1-0 2). 1: cost to stop . 2: emergency stop using the emergency stop time (c 1- 0 9). 3:continue operation ( display 😛 G O: and continue operation with v/f control.
note: please set the detection time when pg signal wire is disconnected and the stop method sifter the signal wire loss is detected .
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