Yaskawa V1000 and Mitsubishi SJ-N SPindle motor

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Yaskawa V1000 and Mitsubishi SJ-N SPindle motor

Post by beevo »

I am currently at the point where I need to tune the VFD I am using on a 5hp slant bed lathe.

VFD: Yaskawa V1000
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Motor: Mitsubishi
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The fun begins with the information that I need to enter based on "how to tune yer motor" video found online. The screen shot below is the information required
VFD Motor Info.JPG
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I have entered (but not gone any further) the following:

Motor Rated Power: 3.7kw
Motor Rated Voltage: 200v
Motor Rated Current: 29a
Motor Base Frequency: 60hz
Number of poles: Unkown, but assume 4
Motor Base Speed: 1500rpm
Motor Iron Loss: looks like it is all there ;)

Any thoughts on the numbers I have selected and also any sage advice from someone who has some experience on this drive?
Beevo (aka Bill VanOrden)
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Re: Yaskawa V1000 and Mitsubishi SJ-N SPindle motor

Post by cncsnw »

The rated current does not appear to be specified. 29A is the maximum current. Rated current for a 3.7kW 200V 50Hz motor would probably be between 16A and 20A. I would try 17.5A, just because (1) that is the FLC that the NEC lists for 5HP on 200V in table 430.250 (admittedly for 60Hz motors), and (2) that is the rated output of your VFD.

With a base speed of 1500 RPM, the base frequency would be 50Hz. This would correspond to 4 poles, as you expected.

It appears that setting T1-11 is optional.
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Re: Yaskawa V1000 and Mitsubishi SJ-N SPindle motor

Post by beevo »

I guessed, not expected. A lot of this is black magic to me. LOL

I appreciate the input!!
Beevo (aka Bill VanOrden)
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