Frenic VG Series 3-phase 200V
- FRN0.75VG1S-2A : 0.75kW
- FRN1.5VG1S-2A : 1.5kW
- FRN2.2VG1S-2A : 2.2kW
- FRN3.7VG1S-2A : 3.7kW
- FRN5.5VG1S-2A : 5.5kW
- FRN7.5VG1S-2A : 7.5kW
- FRN11VG1S-2A : 11kW
- FRN15VG1S-2A : 15kW
- FRN18.5VG1S-2A : 18.5kW
- FRN22VG1S-2A : 22kW
- FRN30VG1S-2A : 30kW
- FRN37VG1S-2A : 37kW
- FRN45VG1S-2A : 45kW
- FRN55VG1S-2A : 55kW
- FRN75VG1S-2A : 75kW
- FRN90VG1S-2A : 90kW
Frenic VG Series 3-phase 400V
- FRN3.7VG1S-4A : 3.7kW
- FRN5.5VG1S-4A : 5.5kW
- FRN7.5VG1S-4A : 7.5kW
- FRN11VG1S-4A : 11kW
- FRN15VG1S-4A : 15kW
- FRN18.5VG1S-4A : 18.5kW
- FRN22VG1S-4A : 22kW
- FRN30VG1S-4A : 30kW
- FRN37VG1S-4A : 37kW
- FRN45VG1S-4A : 45kW
- FRN55VG1S-4A : 55kW
- FRN75VG1S-4A : 75kW
- FRN90VG1S-4A : 90kW
- FRN110VG1S-4A : 110kW
- FRN132VG1S-4A : 132kW
- FRN160VG1S-4A : 160kW
- FRN200VG1S-4A : 200kW
- FRN220VG1S-4A : 220kW
- FRN280VG1S-4A : 280kW
- FRN315VG1S-4A : 315kW
- FRN355VG1S-4A : 355kW
- FRN400VG1S-4A : 400kW
- FRN500VG1S-4A : 500kW
- FRN630VG1S-4A : 630kW
- High performance enabled by the comprehensive use of Fuji technology.
- Easy maintenance for the end-user.
- Maintains safety and protects the environment.
- Opens up possibilities for the new generation.
Inverter (Unit Type)
This type consists of the converter and inverter circuits.The inverter can be operated using a commercial power supply.
* DC power can also be supplied without using the converter circuit.
- Built-in converter (rectifier)
- Built-in control circuit
- External DC reactor as standard*
- DC input is available.
* Available for 75kW or higher capacity models
- Easier arrangement for small-scale system
Inverter (Stack Type)
The converter and inverter sections are separately set in this type.The converter (diode stack) or PWM converter is required depending on the intended use. Moreover, a combination of inverters can be used with one converter.
- The converter (rectifier) is separately set.
- External control circuit
- Built-in DC reactor
- DC supply enables the multi-drive arrangement
- Energy can be shared within DC bus lines.
- Downsized panel
- Large-capacity system is easily built.
Ratings for intended use
The operation mode for the motor is selected according to motor load condition. Motors larger by one or two frames can be driven with medium load (MD) and light load (LD) use.
|Specification||Applied load||Feature||Applicable overload rating||Power supply
|Applicable motor capacity [kW]|
|HD||High Duty Spec||Powerful drive at low noise||Current: 150% 1min/200% 3sec||200V||0.75 to 90||–|
|400V||3.7 to 630||–|
|MD||Middle Duty Spec||Can drive motors of frames one size larger*1||150% 1min||200V||–||–|
|400V||110 to 450*2||30 to 800|
|LD||Low Duty Spec||Can drive motors of frames one or two sizes larger*1||Unit type:120% 1min
Stack type:110% 1min
|200V||37 to 110||–|
|400V||37 to 110||37 to 1000|
Note） A DCL may be selected according to applicable specifications.
*1 This varies depending on motor specifications and power supply voltage (unit type only).
*2 Carrier frequency becomes 2kHz.
A standard built-in brake circuit with expanded capacity range
Having a standard built-in brake circuit (with 200V 55kW or less and 400V 160KW or less), is useful when applying the inverter to the vertical transfer machine, which is frequently used under the regenerative load.
* Unit type only
Position control by built-in APC
The ABS encoder I/F option card with 17-bit high resolution has been prepared.
Pulse train input enabled (optional)
The option card for the SX and E-SX bus I/F has been prepared.
Not only the induction motors but also the synchronous motors can be driven, and for the induction motors, you can select the most suitable control method according to your individual needs.
|Target motors||Control method|
A wide range of options
- Providing options supporting various interfaces such as high-speed serial communications
- Options can be used by just inserting them into the connectors inside the inverter. Up to five cards can be mounted. (For details, please contact us because the combination of the optional cards has some restrictions.)
|Analog card||Synchronized interface||OPC-VG1-SN*1|
|Analog input/output interface expansion card||OPC-VG1-AIO|
|Digital card (for 8-bit bus)||Digital input||OPC-VG1-DI|
|PG interface card||+5V line driver||OPC-VG1-PG|
|ABS encoder with 17-bit high resolution||OPC-VG1-SPGT|
|PG card for synchronous motor drive||Line driver||OPC-VG1-PMPG|
|T-Link communication card||OPC-VG1-TL|
|CC-Link communication card||OPC-VG1-CCL|
|High-speed serial communication card (for UPAC)||OPC-VG1-SIU*1|
|Digital card (for 16-bit bus)||SX bus communication card||OPC-VG1-SX|
|E-SX bus communication card||OPC-VG1-ESX|
|User programming card||OPC-VG1-UPAC*1|
|PROFINET-IRT communication card||OPC-VG1-PNET*1|
|Safety card||Functional safety card||OPC-VG1-SAFE|
|Field bus interface card||PROFIBUS-DP communication card||OPC-VG1-PDP*1|
|DeviceNet communication card||OPC-VG1-DEV*1|
|Control circuit terminal||Terminal block for high-speed communications||OPC-VG1-TBSI|
HD specification for heavy overload (Unit Type)
Three-phase 200V series
Three-phase 400V series
The specification above are established when the function code F80 = 0 (HD specification) is applied.
When used with the HD specification with 75kW or higher, DC reactor is necessary ( to be ordered separately from inverter unit based on the rating)
*1) The rated output voltage is 220V for 200V series and 440V for 400V series.
*2) When the inverter output frequency converter value is 10Hz or less, the inverter may trip early due to overload depending on the conditions such as ambient temperature.
*3) When the inverter output frequency converter value is 5Hz or less, the inverter may trip early due to overload depending on the conditions such as ambient temperature.
*4) 200V series: Make an individual order for 220 to 230V/50Hz.
400V series: The inverters with the power supply of 380 to 398V/50Hz and 380 to 430V/60Hz must be switched using a connector inside the inverter.
The output of the inverter with 380V may drop depending on situations.For the detail, refer to the FRENIC-VG User Manual chapter 10.5.
*5) The auxiliary power input is used as an AC fan power input when combining the unit such as high power factor PWM converter with power regenerative function.(Generally not used.)
*6) Voltage unbalance [%] = (Max. voltage [V] – Min. voltage [V]) / (Three-phase average voltage [V]) × 67
Use an AC reactor if the voltage unbalance exceeds 2%.
*7) The value is calculated on assumption that the inverter is connected with a power supply capacity of 500kVA (or 10 times the inverter capacity if the inverter capacity exceeds 50kVA) and %X is 5%.
*8) This shows values when the DC reactor is used. (Optional for 55kW or less model)
*9) The inverter may automatically reduce carrier frequency in accordance with ambient temperature or output current in order to protect itself.