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    Huanyang Chinese VFD settings and manual here!

    How to setup Chinese VFD to 2.2KW spindle.
    Picture included, as well as PDF manual.

    (I dont own the product, just figured this would help EVERYone else out that does!!)

    PDF file is 15.8MB (large). It actually is very easy to read and navigate, i was impressed on how informational it is. Hope this helps someone!





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    1. I drafed the wire picture. Please see from the link: http://www.jinlantrade.com/Stock%20files/0008.jpg
    2. You can see download the inverter manual from web link:
    http://www.jinlantrade.com/ebay/invertermanual.pdf
    3. I just tell you how to set up VFD as following
    Firstly, adjust the PD013 to 8 (set the setting to factory setting)
    Secondly, adjust the PD005 to 400
    Thirdly, adjust the PD004 to 400
    Finally, adjust the PD003 to 400
    Finally, adjust the PD144 to 3000
    Note: you should set PD013, PD005, PD004,PD003, PD144 in order. It mean you should firstly set PD013, then PD005, then PD004, then set PD003, finally set PD144.
    Note: after you set the all above parameter, then please recheck the PD005, PD004, PD003 value is 400 or not to confirmed that you already set it. (note: please do not check the PD013, or all the setting will go to factory setting)
    The reason we let you recheck is that if you do not set it at 400, then when you run the spindle motor, the spindle motor will be over-current, then the spindle will very hot and then within 5 minutes, it will broken.

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    Quote Originally Posted by diyengineer View Post
    How to setup Chinese VFD to 2.2KW spindle.
    Picture included, as well as PDF manual.

    (I dont own the product, just figured this would help EVERYone else out that does!!)

    PDF file is 15.8MB (large). It actually is very easy to read and navigate, i was impressed on how informational it is. Hope this helps someone!





    From: lovehappyshopping@hotmail.com
    1. I drafed the wire picture. Please see from the link: http://www.jinlantrade.com/Stock%20files/0008.jpg
    2. You can see download the inverter manual from web link:
    http://www.jinlantrade.com/ebay/invertermanual.pdf
    3. I just tell you how to set up VFD as following
    Firstly, adjust the PD013 to 8 (set the setting to factory setting)
    Secondly, adjust the PD005 to 400
    Thirdly, adjust the PD004 to 400
    Finally, adjust the PD003 to 400
    Finally, adjust the PD144 to 3000
    Note: you should set PD013, PD005, PD004,PD003, PD144 in order. It mean you should firstly set PD013, then PD005, then PD004, then set PD003, finally set PD144.
    Note: after you set the all above parameter, then please recheck the PD005, PD004, PD003 value is 400 or not to confirmed that you already set it. (note: please do not check the PD013, or all the setting will go to factory setting)
    The reason we let you recheck is that if you do not set it at 400, then when you run the spindle motor, the spindle motor will be over-current, then the spindle will very hot and then within 5 minutes, it will broken.
    I got this VFD, it worked only for 45 days.

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    Yes I have heard its pretty much crap. some work for a long time, and others fail very soon. I don't own it. I saw enough complaints on the forum to avoid the frustration and went with a Hitachi X200. I have seen a lot of people complain about lack of documentation and other lack of information, so this is for them.

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    I have read few articles on Huanyang VFD. I have come to conclusion that most of the problems with these VFD is either users not able to understand VFD configuration or plugging 380v 3 phase into a single phase 220v.

    I am planning to buy a Huanyang VFD, but that last comment "it worked only for 45 days" puts doubts in proceeding with the purchase.

    Can we have more info details onto what exactly did happen that the Huanyang VFD died by itself?

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    I've been running several of them (0.8, 1.5, 2.2kw) for over a year and haven't had any form of issue. The environment hasn't been ideal for them also. Maybe i'm just lucky but they've been pretty bullet proof for me so far? I'd like Hitachi's one day for sure, but for now these are just so damn cheap! You get the vfd and the spindle including shipping for the cost of just the Hitachi.

    cheers,
    Ian
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    I've been running one in school for the past year and a half. No problems yet. I just wish it had modbus to control the spindle.
    http://www.glenspeymillworks.com Techno LC4896 - 2.2Kw Water Cooled Spindle | Moving Table Mill from Omis 3 CMM, 500Lb granite base | Epilog Legend 32 Laser Engraver

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    I got my 1.5 water cooled + VFD about a month ago for 250 bucks...including shipping.

    I could not be happier.....
    Took me a bit to get the VFD set up, but with all the threads here dealing with them it was easy to find the right settings.

    This thing out performs the trim routers I have had on my 24x24 by miles.
    I have gone threw 2 routers and countless bits due to lack of control over spindle speeds in the last year.

    I am just a "Home Hobbyist", and do a little custom work on the side. So my CnC is lucky if it runs 20 hours a week.
    And if this lasts a year for me, it will more than paid for itself.

    Ken

    The spindle seems solid, and the VFD seems to be a vast improvement over "older" models.

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    A little help with my Huanyang VFD

    Thank you for the information about setting things in the right order.

    I have one of these Huanyang 2.2KW VFDs as well and so far it's not working. Not sure if its me or maybe a bad drive(?) I connected to a single phase 220VAC (which measures 245V).
    When applying power, after a few seconds I get "LV" displayed. The manual indicated this is "low voltage" and that I should check the input voltage, change in load, or missing phase.
    After messing around with this myself and then resetting to defaults, I set the parameters as described above but no change. Has anyone seen this behavior or know what I need to do?

    Thank you

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    I'm trying to setup mine with a remote speed control. I'm using a 10k pot but can't get it to do better than half speed. What am I doing wrong?
    Don Clifton

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    you didnt describe your setup, but make sure you are using the 3 terminals listed as VR(+10V), VI (0-10V input), and ACM (analog common ground)
    Im not sure which legs of the pot go to which terminals, but you should use a volt meter and make sure that you are getting 0-10 volts on the VI terminal through the full range of your pot. If you setup is only giving you 0-5 volts then you can change pd071 to 1.

    also to verify your other settings, you can get full speed control through the panel right?

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    Had the same problem. It's a couple parameter settings. I'll check.

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    Thanks, everything works great using the digital operator. It sounds like it could be the pd071 setting. I can adjust the speed with the pot but it never goes above 50hz and my max is 120hz. I'm using it on a belt grinder with a 1hp 3ph motor.
    Thanks I'll give it a try in the morning
    Don Clifton
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    Pretty sure it was PD72 and PD73. One is the minimum speed from the pot in frequency and the other is maximum speed in frequency. And make sure your hooked up to the 3 wire set up. If it increases speed with the pot turning the wrong direction, swap the two outboard terminal on the pot (not the wiper).

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    Thanks again I really apriciate the help.
    Don Clifton
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    well I went down to the shop and changed PD073 and everything works great. Thanks guys this has been bugging me for a while. now I can mount my grinder away from the dust and still run and adjust the speed.
    Thanks again
    Donald Clifton
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    Hi guys, Can you bring me some help on the configuration of this VFD??

    Im trying to make a 3hp Pump to work this is to a WRO machine, specs on the pump are:

    3.00 HP
    VAC 230
    MAX S.F AMPS 11.6
    cos p 0.75
    rpm 3460

    Works fine with the lower pressure but when i try to make it work to get a decent production the AMP on the VFD's panel goes till 14 and cuts down after that.

    Maybe im doing a wrong configuration or Do i just need another ( bigger ) VFD??

    Thanks for your help

    BTW: i got the 3HP 2.2 KW model

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    Maybe im doing a wrong configuration or Do i just need another ( bigger ) VFD??
    14 amps sound like the pump is just overloaded - if this is the case a bigger VFD will only help for a short time until the motor starts burning :nono:
    However this may also be caused by wrong parameters - make sure base frequency (Parameter 4) meets motor nominal frequency and stay within a reasonable frequency range.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Christian Knüll View Post
    However this may also be caused by wrong parameters - make sure base frequency (Parameter 4) meets motor nominal frequency and stay within a reasonable frequency range.

    Christian
    Yo Christian, thanks for your quick answer, so can you please help me with this conf- ?? i have read the whole manual and still i think im doing it ok.

    Which are the parameters on the VFD that i should check?

    Thanks in advance

    Edit 1. Yes it looks like the freq. on the parameter 4 its on 50 HZ, but it cannot be changed to a higher one.

    Edit 2. Now taking a better inspection Pd003 (according the manual MAIN FREQUENCY) remains on 50Hz, cannot be changed to a higher freq im assuming that this is the input frequency. , Pd004 now i set it on 60Hz but i read somewhere that is better to put a higher value (400 was the recommended frequency). Is this safe for the VFD? Now Pd005 must be 60Hz or should i also changed it to 400 Hz?

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    I am thinking about purchasing a Huagyang 5hp vfd as well.

    But the manufacturers specs say the suitable motor is 2.2 kw, which is not 5hp (3.7kw).

    Many vendors are on ebay, all advertising 5hp.

    What gives?

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    Hi. I have just setup a DigiSpeed alongside a 1.5Kw Huanyang Inverter. All the settings and configurations I have followed as per the information I have read on this forum. I have my terminals 3 terminals setup as VR(+10V), VI (0-10V input), and ACM (analog common ground). When I turn on the spindle with Mach3 I get corresponding voltage between VI and ACM which changes with selected speed all the way up to 9.8volts at full.

    I have set PD070 at 0 and tried 4 I have set PD001 and PD002 to external settings.

    The spindle runs fine once I set it to operator but will not move or do anything if I try to command it from Mach3

    Any ideas? I have spent some time on this without success!!!

    Regards Boyd NZ

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    Re: Huanyang Chinese VFD settings and manual here!

    I am working with a 110v 1.5kw vfd with a pot control on the front panel. I attempted to configure to the settings in this post and the vfd will not take them. I change a pd setting from 110 to 220 and hit set. I'll check it again and it will still be at 110. I am trying to get full rpm out of my 800w 220v spindle. It currently only reaches 11520.

    Sean

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    Re: Huanyang Chinese VFD settings and manual here!

    Sounds like you need to check how many "poles" you have in your settings. I had the same problem running at half speed. I remember I had 4 pole setting for a 2 pole motor or vise versa

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    Re: Huanyang Chinese VFD settings and manual here!

    Quote Originally Posted by vbquick1 View Post
    I am working with a 110v 1.5kw vfd with a pot control on the front panel. I attempted to configure to the settings in this post and the vfd will not take them. I change a pd setting from 110 to 220 and hit set. I'll check it again and it will still be at 110. I am trying to get full rpm out of my 800w 220v spindle. It currently only reaches 11520.

    Sean
    I have no information on a 800W Spindle, I thought they were a DC motor, if they are then you can not use this VFD to run it, It has to be AC 3 Phase to be able to use the VFD you have, I see they do have some 800w spindles that are 3 phase, all the setting below will be correct except for the Amp settings, let us know what you are using for that amp setting

    If it won't take the settings you have the lock on PD000=0 you will have a (1 ) for this parameter, it needs to be 0

    Here are all the correct settings for your Drive

    Huanyang Mactec54
    PD000=0 for Parameter unlock ( 1 ) for Parameter Lock
    PD001=0 (1 For Remote Control)
    PD002=0
    PD003=400
    PD004=400
    PD005=400
    PD007=20
    PD008=220
    PD011=120 (Minimum Setting 120)
    PD009=15
    PD010=8
    PD13= 08 is for Factory reset, Only use this to set VFD to Factory Default Settings
    PD014 Accel=12 ( Adjust to suit)
    PD015 Deccl=12 (Adjust to suit) ( PD15 is ignored IF PD26=1 Then the Spindle will Coast to a Stop)
    PD141=220 ( Motor Rated Voltage )
    PD142=9 ( Motor Max Amps) (Set for your motor Amp Rating 2.2Kw Spindle 9 amp Max)
    (Set for your motor Amp Rating 1.5Kw Spindle 7 amp Max)
    PD143=2 ( Motor Number of Poles)
    PD144=3000 (Max Motor RPM) =3,000= (24,000)
    Mactec54

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    Re: Huanyang Chinese VFD settings and manual here!

    Great advice guys! Working like a champ with 24k rpm's now. Thanx again!!

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    Re: Huanyang Chinese VFD settings and manual here!

    Is there a way to get an "output" from these to control the cooling pump? I cant see the logic in having the cooling pump running when the spindle is not on, so was thinking that a signal could be sent to control a relay to switch the pump on if spindle was running.

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