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2.2kw Spindle with Inverter or VFD (Variable Frequency Drive) 2.2kw Spindle and VFD - alternate view 2.2kw Spindle and VFD - alternate view
2.2kw Spindle with Inverter or VFD (Variable Frequency Drive) 2.2kw Spindle and VFD - alternate view 2.2kw Spindle and VFD - alternate view
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2.2kW Spindle with 220V Inverter
$528.00
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$548.00
Introduction:

Order the 2.2kW Water Cooled Spindle and Inverter Combo for more efficient, quieter CNC routing. Ships from USA. Warranty and Support available. Do not attempt to wire your VFD or spindle on your own. Consult with a professional electrician before following the diagram.

Description:

Each VFD spindle pair is tested and all the parameters are configured for your convenience and to insure that the VFD and spindle will function correctly without failure. Incorrect parameter settings can damage the spindle or VFD.If you purchase cabling, we will solder the cable to the spindle and connect the cable to the VFD. Each order will have a video of the test of the spindle and VFD that they purchase

Here is the cable we recommend purchasing with the spindle to receive the free cable connector soldering.https://buildyourcnc.com/item/3d-printer-component-cnc-electronicsandmotors-shieldedcable-wire-4-conductor-18-awg-wrcon-cablewire4conductor18awg

Here is an example of a test that we do:

The power cable is not included, but we do show how we connect the power cable to the VFD.

We have tested spindles from many manufacturers and this spindle and VFD (Variable Frequency Drive) is the best one we have found. This spindle has four (4) bearings. Having four bearings in your spindle is very important and will maintain the precision and extend the life of the spindle. If you're planning on purchasing a spindle from eBay, or other source, keep in mind that support will be limited.

We support our spindles! They are shipped from the United States. We can support the spindles with the years of experience we have been dealing with these spindles and we have searched really hard for the right spindle and VFD.

There is a connection to the spindle for power. Three of the four connections are used which connect to the internal coils that make the spindle spin. The fourth connection is not connected (NC).

Spindles need to be cooled and this spindle uses water for this purpose. More importantly, this aspect of water cooling does not allow air movement to cool the spindle (as opposed to routers that move air through the router to cool by convection). Water cools the spindle using conduction (heat transfer through contact). This is important because, as opposed to air movement, water cooling will not blow the dust all over the shop, and the dust and chips left over by the milling and cutting process can be removed with a dust collector or vacuum.

The ports for the water cooling tubes or hose is located at the back of the spindle. The port fitting will accept a tube or hose that has a 1/4" (.25 inch) inside diameter and an outside diameter of 3/8" (.375 inch). Either port can be used for in or out. It's just important that the water flow through the body of the spindle.

The sound level from a spindle is extremely low as compared to routers. In fact, the sound from a spindle is quieter than the actual cutting and milling action from the end mill, and much quieter than a router.

The spindle comes with a 1/4" (.25 inch) collet, which is the measure of the bore (inside diameter) inside which the shank of the end mill is inserted. the collet fits into the shaft where the collet taper matches the shaft taper. When the collet is inserted into this taper and the collet nut is tightened down, the collet squeezes around the shank of the end mill (helped by the way the collet is made with all of the sliced sections surrounding the collet). You will need two wrenches to tighten the collet nut onto the collet. Watch the video on the proper technique of loosening and tightening.

Spindles required the use of a VFD (Variable Frequency Drive) to function. These VFDs are also called spindle inverters. The VFD takes the power from the wall and creates a frequency with voltage and current to spin the spindle. The frequency can be controlled to control the RPM of the spindle.

The VFD has a potentiometer to adjust the speed or RPM, but the RPM of the spindle can also be adjusted automatically from the control software. The VFD has a screen that shows many aspects of the condition or current status of the spindle including RPM or frequency, spindle rotation direction, any faults or errors that may be occuring and much more. Every aspect of the spindle can be controlled by the VFD and the VFD can also be programmed (setting can be configured).

The VFD controls the spindles torque and commanded speed using PID control (Proportional Integral Derivative) that makes sure the spindle has the current and torque it needs to maintain the RPM under various load conditions. Routers are not able to do this and will exhibit a reduction in RPM (getting bogged down) when additional load is put on the router, like trying to cut deep into material.

Controlling the VFD can be done manually, or can be completely controlled using control software like Mach3 and LinuxCNC. The face of the VFD contains buttons for Run, Mode, Reverse/Jog, Stop.Reset, Enter and various arrow buttons to browse and set various functions through the menu.

The VFD contains many terminals connections for wiring the spindle to the VFD, wiring the controller (computer or other contolling device) to the VFD and wiring the VFD to the wall outlet for mains power.

The spindle, by itself, weighs 10.93 lbs.

Parts included:

2.2kW Spindle 110V or 220V

Inverter (VFD) 110V or 220V

Collet: ER20 1/4"

4-Pin Connector

Collet Size for 2.2kW Spindle: ER20

Spindle Diameter: 80mm

Ask a question about the 2.2 kW (kilowatt) Water Cooled Spindle with Inverter (VFD):
Previously answered questions:

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  • [2.2 kW (kilowatt) Water Cooled Spindle with Inverter (VFD)] I am having troubles finding the PD program, I have the Pd but it doesn't show everything I need to program my VFD. Any help will be appreciated...

    When you power up your VFD, you can go into the programming mode by pressing the program button. You can press the up and down arrows to move through the parameters. Press the set button to go into the parameter to see the value of that parameter. If you want to make changes to that parameter, change the value with the up and down arrows until the desired value is shown, and press the set button to accept the changes.

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    [77] I am having troubles finding the PD program, I have the Pd but it doesn't show everything I need to program my VFD. Any help will be appreciated...

  • [2.2 kW (kilowatt) Water Cooled Spindle with Inverter (VFD)] I have a 110 volt 2.2kw water cooled spindle. Can I run it with a 220 volt VFD?

    I have not tried connecting a 110V spindle to a 220V VFD; however, the parameters in a 220V VFD do allow changes to the values for the spindle motor. If you do plan on connecting the 110V spindle to a 220V VFD, damages can occur, so I would not recommend it.

    With that said, here is the output of an LLM:
    Using a 220-volt VFD (Variable Frequency Drive) to run a 110-volt spindle is technically possible, but it requires careful setup to avoid damaging the spindle. Here's what you need to consider:

    Check the VFD Specifications: Ensure that the VFD can be set up to output the correct voltage for your spindle. Many VFDs are capable of outputting variable voltages and can be configured via their programming settings to match the voltage requirements of the spindle.

    Adjust the Output Voltage: You'll need to configure the VFD to output 110 volts to match your spindle. This is crucial because supplying 220 volts to a 110-volt spindle would likely damage it permanently. Check the VFD's manual for instructions on how to adjust the output voltage settings.

    Set the Current Correctly: Besides voltage, make sure the output current does not exceed what your spindle can handle. The VFD should be configured to supply the current at the rating appropriate for the spindle’s power and voltage requirements.

    Consult the Manuals: Always refer to the manuals of both the spindle and the VFD. These documents can provide specific guidance on compatibility and settings.

    Consider Professional Installation: If you are not familiar with electrical systems or if the manuals do not provide clear guidance, it may be wise to hire a professional. This helps ensure that the setup is done safely and correctly.

    By taking these steps, you can safely use a 220-volt VFD with your 110-volt spindle, ensuring it operates efficiently without risk of damage. Just be meticulous with the settings and when in doubt, consult with or hire a professional.

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    [77] I have a 110 volt 2.2kw water cooled spindle. Can I run it with a 220 volt VFD?

  • [2.2 kW (kilowatt) Water Cooled Spindle with Inverter (VFD)] What is the spindle runout calculated at?

    The run out for the spindles that are sold here is less than 0.005mm or 0.0002 inches.

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    [77] What is the spindle runout calculated at?

  • [2.2 kW (kilowatt) Water Cooled Spindle with Inverter (VFD)] What circuit breaker should I use for this spindle?

    The 2.2kW spindle has a power rating of 2.2kW or 2200 watts.

    If the VFD AC voltage input is rated for 220 volts, then 2200 watts / 220 volts is 10 amps, so a 15 or 20 amp breaker will work.

    If the VFD AC voltage input is rated for 110 volts, then 2200 watts / 110 volts is 20 amps, so a 25 or 30 amp breaker will work.

    Additional Information:



    Additional Information:

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    [77] What circuit breaker should I use for this spindle?

  • [2.2 kW (kilowatt) Water Cooled Spindle with Inverter (VFD)] Hello. I’m interested in buying a water cooled spindle and VFD. I have an Avid Pro CNC and would love to control it using Mach 4 but I keep hearing it’s difficult to integrate. Also, is the water pump 120 or 240? I’d love any advice etc. eBay is a web of confusion with all of the options. Thank you.

    You will need to look for the parameter that controls the run frequency. The frequency can be controlled bu the panel, external terminals, or the RS485 TX/RX terminals (UART protocol). You will want to change that parameter so it uses the panel. If you are referring to the maximum panel dial frequency is only allowing 200-300 rpm, then look for the parameters to control the frequency.

    For 200 RPM:
    Hz = 200/60 = 3.33 Hz

    For 300 RPM:
    Hz = 300/60 = 5 Hz

    Conversion to RPM:
    If you ever find yourself yearning to reverse-engineer the process, the formula is as follows:

    RPM = Hz × 60

    Look for values that match somewhere between 3 and 5 in your frequency parameters and replace them with 400 to give you 24,000 RPM max.

    Click the link to add information to this solution:
    [77] Hello. I’m interested in buying a water cooled spindle and VFD. I have an Avid Pro CNC and would love to control it using Mach 4 but I keep hearing it’s difficult to integrate. Also, is the water pump 120 or 240? I’d love any advice etc. eBay is a web of confusion with all of the options. Thank you.

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Instructions
Spindle Wiring Diagram

Spindle Wiring Diagram

U -> Pin #3

V -> Pin #1

W -> Pin #2

Pin #4 is disabled.

How to Program Inverter / VFD

When Inverter is first powered on, there should be text flashing on the screen.

Step 1: Press "MODE" button. The screen should now say "P0"

Step 2: Use the UP and DOWN arrow keys to change the P setting to the desired parameter.

Example: To change setting P3-02 use the SIDE arrow to move the cursor. The flashing digit is the one currently selected. Change the digits using the arrows until the screen reads P3-02.

Step 3: Press "Enter" to input the parameter for the setting.

Example: After you have used the arrow buttons to select your setting, press the "ENTER" button and the screen will now change to the parameter. For instance: Setting P3-02 should be changed to 400.00.

Step 4: Change the parameter using the arrows. When you have input the correct parameter, press "ENTER" again to save your setting.

400 Hz is equivalent to 24,000 RPM. It is a linear conversion from 0 to 400 Hz, for instance, 200 Hz is 12,000 RPM

VFD Settings:

Disclaimer: These values are provided for your convenience. Verify with the values in the manual that came with your VFD. Employ or seek the guidance of a professional electrician experienced in motor, spindle and VFD specifications and operation. THE WARRANTY OF THE SPINDLE AND VFD DEPENDS ON THE PROPER SETTING OF PARAMETERS AND THE USE OF A PROFESSIONAL ELECTRICIAN EXPERIENCED IN THIS TYPE OF OPERATION. I have not thoroughly tested the ranges of all parameters, and cannot vouch for the default values in the VFD that you are using. These instructions are an attempt to assist in cross referencing the parameters of disparate VFDs.

To start and stop the spindle under Mach3, use a relay on your interface board (controller, like the Pokeys57CNC, Mach3 USB board, or parallel breakout board) and connect one side of the relay to DCM (XGND on some VFDs) and the other side of the relay to FOR (FWD on some VFDs). If the CNC controller contains more than 1 relay, you can use the relay to start the spindle in reverse mode using the same DCM (VGND) and the REV terminals.

Basic parameters that we recommend setting and confirming for simple control panel operation. Use the parameter that matches your VFD (i.e. PD###, P#-##, P##.##).

  • Main Frequency, Hz: In digital operator mode (PD001 set to 0) the VFD/Inverter will run at this parameter value and can be changed at the control panel using the up and down arrows. In multi-speed, this value is the same as Speed 1. If the VFD is set to use the external multi-terminals, then speed 1 will be set by the analog of the external terminals. This parameter value is limited by the maximum operating frequency
    • PD003: 400

    • P0.00: 400

  • Base Frequency/Pre-Set Frequency, Hz
    • PD004: 400

    • P0-08: 400

  • Max Frequency/Upper Limit Frequency, Hz
    • PD005: 400

    • P0-10: 400

    • P0-12: 400

    • P0.04: 400

    • P0.05 (At Max Voltage): 400

  • Intermediate Frequency, Hz. This value coincides with the intermediate voltage related to the ramping up of the spindle. This is to say, at the intermediate voltage (below PD009) of 13V, the intermediate frequency will be 2.5Hz. Be careful with this setting as a frequency too high for the set intermediate voltage can cause the spindle to try to spin up too fast. When the spindle tries to spin up at a higher frequency than the voltage is set, the spindle will draw more current to try to get up to that frequency. That means that you can get an over-current condition and that can also harm the spindle coils (too much current means too much heat equals melting the insulation of the copper wires of the coils, causing the coil wire to short and reducing the resistance of the coil, causing even more current draw, causing lots of smelly smoke and no more cutting of wonderful things).
    • PD006: 2.5

    • P00.07: 3.5

  • Maximum Voltage, V: 220 for a 220 Spindle and 110 for a 110 Spindle. (Check the spindles nameplate or marking for this value)
    • PD008: see above

    • P00.06: see above

  • intermediate Voltage, V: This is at what voltage the spindle will turn at the intermediate frequency setting. If you try to use a voltage setting that causes the spindle to try to spin up too fast, the spindle will over-torque causing an over-current condition. Be careful when setting this value and see the explanation for the intermediate frequency above.
    • PD009: 13

    • P00.08: 10

  • Minimum Voltage, V. This is the minimum STARTING voltage of the spindle and coincides with the lower limit frequency below. See the warning in the intermediate frequency above.
    • PD010: 6.5

    • P00.10: 5

  • Minimum Frequency, Hz. See the warning in the intermediate frequency above.
    • PD007: 0.5 allows only a max of 20Hz for this parameter

    • P0.09: .2

  • Lower limit frequency Hz: This is the control frequency that you want to set to make sure the spindle is not run at a frequency lower than the spindle can handle. All spindles of this nature have a speed (frequency) range that is can safely operate. This is set to 0 since the spindle that you will use may be a spindle that oper ates at a a different range. For example, for a spindle that is sold here, it is safe to run the spindle at 300Hz at the lowest. It may be fine to run it lower but be careful as you may reach the limit of your spindle and the coils will be damaged.
    • PD011: 0

    • P0-14: 120

  • VF Curve Settings: 0-4. For this type of VFD, this is used in lieu of the Lower, and intermediate frequencies and voltages.
    • P00.12: 0

  • Motor Rated Power, kW
    • P1-01: 2.2

  • Motor Rated Voltage, Set according to what voltage your spindle/VFD uses
    • P1-02: 110 or 220

  • Motor Rated Current, in Amps
    • PD142: 7

    • P1-03: 8.5

  • Motor Rated Frequency, Hz
    • P1-04: 400

  • Motor Rated Revolutions Per Minute, RPM
    • P1-05: 24000

    • PD144: 3000

  • Cut Off Frequency, Hz
    • P3-02: 400

  • Frequency Detection Value 1, Hz
    • P8-19: 400

  • Frequency Detection Value 2, Hz
    • P8-28: 400

  • Any Arrival Frequency Detection Value 1, Hz
    • P8-30: 400

  • Any Arrival Frequency Detection Value 2, Hz
    • P8-32: 400

  • Motor Pole Number: Confirm on the motor nameplate for the number of poles on your spindle
    • PD143: 4

  • Inverter Frequency Standard: 0: 50Hz, 1: 60Hz
    • PD176: 1

Parameters for Extended Customization

  • Parameter Lock: 0: Invalid, 1: Valid (The parameters will be lock and prevents tampering of the parameter values)
    • PD000: 0

    • P00.13: 0 (This VFD also includes 10: Restore factory settings)

  • For PD### VFDs: Run Control Source (Run Commands): 0: All run commands are controlled by the front panel of the VFD/Inverter, 1: The run commands are controlled by the multi-terminals (the control is by an source like a computer using Mach3 or equivalent control program), 2: Communications port (i.e. a connection from a computer or other device that communicates via RS-245 serial, like an FTDI to USB converter)
    • PD001: 0

  • For P##.## VFDs: Run Control Source (Run Commands): 0: All run commands are controlled by the front panel of the VFD/Inverter, 1: The run commands are controlled by the multi-terminals (the control is by an source like a computer using Mach3 or equivalent control program), but the STOP key still works, 2: Same as (1) but the STOP key will not work, 3: Communications port (i.e. a connection from a computer or other device that communicates via RS-245 serial, like an FTDI to USB converter), 4: By user application program control electronics.
    • P00.01: 0

  • Frequency Control Source: 0: Panel (Potentiometer on the front panel), 1: Board or External potentiometer (refer to the PD070-076 for related parameter for controlling the analog input, 2: Communications port (i.e. a connection from a computer or other device that communicates via RS-245 serial, like an FTDI to USB converter)
    • PD002: 0

  • Acceleration Time: The time it takes to ramp up to the set speed
    • PD014, 16, 18 and 20: Specify the longest time that you can allow. If the time is too low, the spindle will draw excessive power and will cause a fault

  • Deceleration Time: The time it takes to slow down to the stop or lower limit frequency
    • PD015, 17, 19 and 21: Specify your maximum allowable time.

  • Reverse Rotation Select: 0: Reverse Run forbidden (will not run in the reverse direction), 1: Reverse Run Enable
    • PD023: 1

  • STOP Key Select: 0: STOP Invalid (the STOP panel button will be disabled), 1: STOP Enabled
    • PD024: 1

  • Starting Mode: 0: Start from starting frequency, 1: Frequency track start
    • PD025: 0

  • Stopping Mode: 0: Deceleration Stop, 1: Coasting stop (prepare to wait for a while for the spindle to stop depending on the condition of the bearings), 2: (Only for P## VFDs) DC Brake Stop (See PD029-31 for DC Braking for the PD### VFDs)
    • PD026: 0

    • P00.03: 0

  • Starting Frequency: 0.1 to 10.0 Hz
    • PD027: .5

  • Stopping Frequency: 0.1 to 10.0 Hz
    • PD028: .5

  • Braking Time at Start: 0-25
    • PD029: 0

  • Braking Time at Stop: 0-25
    • PD030: 0

  • DC Braking Level: 0-20%
    • PD031: 2.0

  • Frequency Track Time: 0.1-20.0 Seconds
    • PD032: 5.0

  • Current Level for Frequency Track: 0-200.0 Seconds
    • PD033: 150.0

  • Voltage Rise Time during Frequency Track: 0.1-10 Seconds
    • PD034: 0.5

  • Jogging Frequency: 0-400 Hz
    • PD042: 5.00

  • S-Curve Time: 0-6500 Seconds
    • PD043: 0

Digital Input/Output Terminal Parameters: Set these parameters if you will be connecting digital signals to the terminals to allow the computer or other device to control the VFD/Spindle.

  • PD044 - PD049 (Terminals D1-D6): 0: Invalid, 1: Run, 2: Forward rotation, 3: Reverse Rotation, 4: Stop, 5: Forward/Reverse, 6: Jog, 7: Jog forward rotation, 8: Jog reverse rotation, 9: Timer1, 10: Timer2, 11: Reserved, 12: Overheat signal of heat sink or motor, 13: Emergency stop, 14: Reset, 15-16: Reserved, 17: Ramp select1, 18: Ramp select2, 19: Multi-speed1, 20: Multi-speed2, 21: Multi-speed3, 22: High speed, 23: Middle speed, 24: Low speed, 25: PID Start, 26: Reserved, 27: UP function counter, 28: DOWN function, 29: Drawing, 30: Reserved, 31: Counter, 32: Counter reset
    • PD044 (FOR/Forward-D1): 02: Forward rotation

    • PD045 (REV/Reverse-D2): 03: Reverse Rotation

    • PD046 (RST/Reset-D3): 14: Reset

    • PD047 (SPH/Speed High-D4): 22: High speed

    • PD048 (SPL/Speed Low-D5): 24: Low speed

    • PD049 (SPM/Speed Medium-D6): 23: Middle speed

  • PD050 - PDPD053 (Terminals Y1, Y2, FA, FC, KA, KB): 0: Invalid, 1: Run, 2: Zero Speed, 3: Fault indication, 4: Braking indication, 5: Set frequency reach, 6: In acceleration, 7: In deceleration, 8: Arbitrary Frequency 1 reach, 9: Arbitrary frequency 2 reach, 10: Motor overload alarm, 11: Over torque alarm, 12: Inverter overload alarm, 13: Counter reached, 14-16: Reserved, 17: Low voltage alarm, 18: Single stage end indication, 19: Process end indication, 20-26: Reserved, 27: Drawing reached, 28: PID lower limit alarm, 29: PID upper limit alarm, 30: Reserved, 31: Braking resistor act, 32: Fan act.
    • PD050 (Y1 Output): 01: Run

    • PD051 (Y2 Output): 05: Set frequency reached

    • PD052 (Terminals FA, FB, FC): 03: Fault indication

    • PD053 (Terminals KA, KB): 03: Fault indication

  • VO Output: Output of digital frequency signals 0-7
    • PD054: 0

  • VO Analog Output Gain: 0-100%
    • PD055: 100

  • Skip Frequency 1, Hz: 0-400
    • PD056: 0.00

  • Skip Frequency 2, Hz: 0-400
    • PD057: 0.00

  • Skip Frequency 3, Hz: 0-400
    • PD058: 0.00

  • Skip Frequency Range: 0.10-10.0
    • PD059: 0.5

  • Uniform Frequency 1, Hz: 0-400
    • PD060: 0.00

  • Uniform Frequency 2, Hz: 0-400
    • PD061: 0.00

  • Uniform Frequency Range, Hz: 0.10-10.00
    • PD062: 0.50

  • Timer 1 Time: 0-10.0
    • PD063: 0.1

  • Timer 2 Time: 0-100
    • PD064: 1

  • Counting Value Set: 00-65500
    • PD065: 00

  • Intermediate Counter: 0-65500
    • PD066: 0

  • Analog Input Quantity 1 Regulation Multistage Velocity: 0-100%
    • P00.11: 100

  • Analog Input: 0: 0-10V, 1: 0-5V, 2: 0-20mA, 3: 4-20mA, 4: 0-10V, stacked 4-20mA Exterior pulse of input
    • PD070: 0

  • Analog Filtering Constant: 0-50
    • PD071: 20

  • Higher Analog Frequency, Hz: 0.00-400.00
    • PD072: 50.00

  • Lower Analog Frequency, Hz: 0.00-400.00
    • PD073: 0

  • Bias direction at Higher Frequency: 0: Positive direction, 1: Negative direction
    • PD074: 0

  • Bias Direction at Lower Frequency: 0: Positive direction, 1: Negative direction
    • PD075: 0

  • Analog Negative Bias Reverse: 0: Not allowable, 1: Allowable
    • PD076: 0

  • Up/Down function: 0: Not memorized, 1: Memorized
    • PD077: 0

  • Up/Down Speed: 0: 0.01 Hz, 1: 0.1 Hz
    • PD078: 0

Multi-Speeds Operation

  • PLC Operation (Programmable Logic Controller Operation): 0: Normal Run, 1: Internal Control 16-Speed, 2: External control 4-speed, 3:External control 8-speed, 4: Drawing, 5: disturbance
    • PD080: 0

  • Internal Control Multi-Speeds Operation: 0: Stop after running after 1 cycles, 1: Cycling run, 2: Auto-stop after running after 1 cycle (STOP for intervention), 3: Auto-run and cycling (Stop for intervention)
    • PD081: 0

  • PLC Before 8-Speeds Running Direction: 0-255 (0: Forward, 1: Reverse)
    • PD082: 0

  • PLC After 8-Speeds Running Direction: 0-255 (0: Forward, 1: Reverse)
    • PD083: 0

  • Before 8-Speeds PLC Ramp Time: 0-65535
    • PD084: 0

  • After8-Speeds PLC Ramp Time: 0-65535
    • PD085: 0

  • Frequency 2, Hz: 0.00-400.00
    • PD086: 15.00

  • Frequency 3, Hz: 0.00-400.00
    • PD087: 20.00

  • Frequency 4, Hz: 0.00-400.00
    • PD088: 25.00

  • Frequency 5, Hz: 0.00-400.00
    • PD089: 30.00

  • Frequency 6, Hz: 0.00-400.00
    • PD090: 35.00

  • Frequency 7, Hz: 0.00-400.00
    • PD091: 40.00

  • Frequency 8, Hz: 0.00-400.00
    • PD092: 0.50

  • Frequency 9, Hz: 0.00-400.00
    • PD093: 10.00

  • Frequency 10, Hz: 0.00-400.00
    • PD094: 15.00

  • Frequency 11, Hz: 0.00-400.00
    • PD095: 20.00

  • Frequency 12, Hz: 0.00-400.00
    • PD096: 25.00

  • Frequency 13, Hz: 0.00-400.00
    • PD097: 30.00

  • Frequency 14, Hz: 0.00-400.00
    • PD098: 35.00

  • Frequency 15, Hz: 0.00-400.00
    • PD099: 40.00

  • Frequency 16, Hz: 0.00-400.00
    • PD100: 45.00

  • Timer : 0.0-6500.0 Seconds
    • PD1: 10

  • Timer 1: 0.0-6500.0 Seconds
    • PD101: 10

  • Timer 2: 0.0-6500.0 Seconds
    • PD1102: 0

  • Timer 3: 0.0-6500.0 Seconds
    • PD1103: 0

  • Timer 4: 0.0-6500.0 Seconds
    • PD104: 0

  • Timer 5: 0.0-6500.0 Seconds
    • PD105: 0

  • Timer 6: 0.0-6500.0 Seconds
    • PD106: 0

  • Timer 7: 0.0-6500.0 Seconds
    • PD107: 0

  • Timer 8: 0.0-6500.0 Seconds
    • PD108: 0

  • Timer 9: 0.0-6500.0 Seconds
    • PD109: 0

  • Timer 10: 0.0-6500.0 Seconds
    • PD110: 0

  • Timer 11: 0.0-6500.0 Seconds
    • PD111: 0

  • Timer 12: 0.0-6500.0 Seconds
    • PD112: 0

  • Timer 13: 0.0-6500.0 Seconds
    • PD113: 0

  • Timer 14: 0.0-6500.0 Seconds
    • PD114: 0

  • Timer 15: 0.0-6500.0 Seconds
    • PD115: 0

  • Timer 16: 0.0-6500.0 Seconds
    • PD116: 0

  • Auto PLC Memory Function: 0-1
    • PD117: 0

  • Over-Voltage Stall Prevention: 0-1
    • PD118: 1

  • Stall Prevention at Acceleration: 0-200
    • PD119: 150

  • Stall Prevention at Constant Speed: 0-200
    • PD120: 0

  • Deceleration Time of Stall Prevention at Constant Speed: 0.1-25.5
    • PD121: 5

  • Stall Prevention Level at Deceleration: 0-200
    • PD122: 150

  • Over-Torque Detect Mode: 0-3
    • PD123: 0

  • Over-Torque Detect Level: 0-200
    • PD124: 0

  • Over-Torque Detect Time: 0.1-20.0
    • PD125: 1.0

  • Pulse Counter Memory: 0-1
    • PD126: 0

  • Number of Auxiliary Pump: 0-2

Water Supply with Constant Pressure

    • PD130: 0

  • Continuous Operating Time of Auxiliary Pumps: 1-9000 Minutes
    • PD131: 60

  • Interlocking time of Auxiliary Pumps: 0-250 Seconds
    • PD132: 5

  • High Speed Running Time: 1-250 Seconds
    • PD133: 60

  • Low Speed Running Time: 1-250 Seconds
    • PD134: 60

  • Stopping Voltage Level: 1-150%
    • PD135: 95

  • Lasting Time of Stopping Voltage Level: 1-250 Seconds
    • PD136: 30

  • Wake Up Level: 1-150%
    • PD137: 80

  • Sleep Frequency, Hz: 0.00-400.00
    • PD138: 20.00

  • Lasting Time of Sleep Frequency: 1-250 Seconds
    • PD139: 20

Motor Function Parameters

  • Rated Motor Voltage: Set According to Motor Nameplate
    • PD141: *

  • Rated motor Current: Set according to Motor Nameplate
    • PD142: *

  • Motor Pole Number: Number of Magnetic Poles. 2.2kW Spindles typically use 4 Poles
    • PD143: 04

  • Rated Motor Revolutions: 24000
    • PD144: 1440

  • Auto-Torque Compensation: 3.0-10.0
    • PD145: 2.0

  • Motor No-Load Current: 0100
    • PD146: 40

  • Motor Slip Compensation: 0.0-100
    • PD147: 0.0

  • Auto-Voltage Regulation: 0-1
    • PD150: 1

  • Auto-Energy Saving: 0-20
    • PD151: 0

  • Fault Restart Time: 0.2-25
    • PD152: 1

  • Restart After Instantaneous Stop: 0: Invalid, 1: Frequency Track
    • PD153: 0

  • Allowable Power Breakdown Time: 0.1-5.0 Seconds
    • PD154: 0.5

  • Number of Abnormal Restart: 0-10
    • PD155: 00

PID Parameters

  • Proportional Constant (P): 0.0-1000.00%
    • PD156: 100%

  • Integral Time (I): 0.1-3600.00 Seconds
    • PD157: 5.0

  • Differential Time (D): 0.01-10.00 Seconds
    • PD158: 0

  • Target Value: 0.0-100.0%
    • PD159: 0

  • Target Value Select: 0: Set by the operator, 1: Set by external terminals (0-10 volts)
    • PD160: 0

  • PID Upper Limit: 0-100%
    • PD161: 100

  • PID Lower Limit: 0-100%
    • PD162: 0

Communication Function

  • Communication Addresses: 0-250
    • PD163: 0

  • Communication Baud Rate: 0-3
    • PD164: 0

  • Communication Data Method: 0-5
    • PD165: 0

Monitor Functions

  • Display Items: 0-5
    • PD170: 0

  • Display Items Open: 0-15
    • PD171: 0

  • Fault Clear: 00 10 (01 for fault cleared)
    • PD172: *

  • Voltage Rating of Inverter: Set according to the model
    • PD175: *

  • Rated Current of Inverter: Set according to the model
    • PD174: *

  • Inverter Model
    • PD175: *

  • Inverter Frequency Standard: 0: 50Hz, 1: 60Hz
    • PD176: 1

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