Use Multistage Frequency
When setting the multistage frequency F01 (Frequency setting 1) setting is not necessarily required. Multistep frequency setting overrides other frequency settings.
1. E Code setting
E01 (Terminal [X1] (function selection)) ~ E09 (Terminal [X9] (function selection)), E98 (Terminal [FWD] (function selection)), E99 ("SS1", "SS2", "SS4", "SS8") to the terminal (terminal [REV] (function selection)).
2. C Code setting
C05 (Multistage frequency 1) ~ C19 (Multistage frequency 15) to the frequency you want to use at multi-step frequency. The frequency input range is 0.00 ~ 500.0 It is [Hz].
3. Combination setting of multi-step frequency
By setting 1 and 2 above, it becomes possible to use the multistage frequency according to the table below. (Changing the set frequency by multistage frequency is "SS1", "SS2", "SS4", "SS8" By switching ON / OFF).
* "Non-multistage frequency" indicates frequency setting input means other than multistage frequency such as frequency setting 1 (F 01) or frequency setting 2 (C 30).
- When "SS1" "SS2" is used = Three multi-step frequency setting is possible
- When "SS 1" "SS 2" "SS 4" is used = Seven different multi-step frequency setting is possible
- When using "SS1" "SS2" "SS4" "SS8" = 15 different multi-step frequency setting possible
Multi-step frequency setting example
Digital Setting Frequency - When using 4 types of frequencies using multi-step frequency (In the following example, we introduce a method to use 20 Hz, 30 Hz, 40 Hz, 50 Hz.)
One Point Advice
To set the set frequency etc. Use UP / DOWN. Press the key once, the least significant digit will flash. Use PRG/RESET. Holding down the key for 1 second or more moves the blinking digit, so you can easily change the data to a larger number.