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Rexroth NYCe4000
Multi-axis motion control system
Standard Housings and Accessories Manual
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Title
Rexroth NYCe4000
Standard Housings and Accessories Manual
Type of documentation
Document Typecode
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Purpose of Documentation
Record of revisions
Copyright
User Manual
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This document describes the Rexroth NYCe4000 standard housings and
accessories for the NYCe4000 system.
Description
Release date
Notes
Product release 2.1
10.2008
First issue
Product release 2.2
02.2009
Second issue
Product release 2.2.1
07.2009
NY4916, NY4012,
NY4022
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of the product.
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Contents
1
2
Introduction ................................................................................................. 7
1.1
Purpose of Documentation................................................................. 7
1.2
General Information............................................................................ 8
Important Directions for Use......................................................................... 9
2.1
3
4
5
6
Appropriate Use ................................................................................. 9
Safety Instructions for Electric Drives and Controls ..................................... 11
3.1
Introduction ...................................................................................... 11
3.2
Explanations..................................................................................... 11
3.3
Hazards by Improper Use ................................................................ 12
3.4
General Information.......................................................................... 13
3.5
Protection against Contact with Electrical Parts ............................... 14
3.6
Protection against Electric Shock by Protective Low
Voltage (PELV) ................................................................................ 15
3.7
Protection against Dangerous Movements....................................... 16
3.8
Protection against Magnetic and Electromagnetic
Fields During Operation and Mounting............................................. 17
3.9
Protection against Contact with Hot Parts ........................................ 18
3.10
Protection during Handling and Mounting ........................................ 18
3.11
Battery Safety................................................................................... 18
NY4012: 1 Drive Slot System Housing ....................................................... 20
4.1
Safety input connector...................................................................... 21
4.2
24V System power connector .......................................................... 21
4.3
System fan unit connector................................................................ 22
4.4
NY4120 / NY4140 drive power connector ........................................ 23
4.5
NY4130 drive power connector ........................................................ 24
4.6
Filter capacitor connector ................................................................. 24
4.7
Motor connectors.............................................................................. 25
4.8
Encoder connectors ......................................................................... 27
4.9
Fast digital I/O connector ................................................................. 29
4.10
Digital I/O connector......................................................................... 30
4.11
Analog I/O connector........................................................................ 32
NY4022: 2 Drive Slot System Housing ....................................................... 33
5.1
Safety input connector...................................................................... 34
5.2
24V System power connector .......................................................... 34
5.3
System fan unit connector................................................................ 35
5.4
NY4120 / NY4140 drive power connectors ...................................... 36
5.5
NY4130 drive power connector ........................................................ 37
5.6
Filter capacitor connectors ............................................................... 37
5.7
Motor connectors.............................................................................. 38
5.8
Encoder connectors ......................................................................... 40
5.9
Fast digital I/O connectors................................................................ 42
5.10
Digital I/O connectors ....................................................................... 43
5.11
Analog I/O connector........................................................................ 45
NY4042: 4 Drive Slot System Housing ....................................................... 46
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6.1
Safety input connector ......................................................................47
6.2
24V System power connector ...........................................................47
6.3
System fan unit connector ................................................................48
6.4
NY4120 / NY4140 drive power connectors .......................................49
6.5
NY4130 drive power connectors .......................................................50
6.6
Filter capacitor connectors................................................................50
6.7
Motor connectors ..............................................................................51
6.8
Encoder connectors ..........................................................................53
6.9
Fast digital I/O connectors ................................................................55
6.10
Digital I/O connectors........................................................................56
6.11
Analog I/O connector ........................................................................58
NY4052: 5 Drive Slot System Housing ....................................................... 59
7.1
Safety input connector ......................................................................60
7.2
24V System power connector ...........................................................60
7.3
System fan unit connector ................................................................61
7.4
NY4120 / NY4140 drive power connectors .......................................62
7.5
NY4130 drive power connectors .......................................................63
7.6
Filter capacitor connectors................................................................63
7.7
Motor connectors ..............................................................................64
7.8
Encoder connectors ..........................................................................66
7.9
Fast digital I/O connectors ................................................................68
7.10
Digital I/O connectors........................................................................69
7.11
Analog I/O connector ........................................................................71
NY4072: LMS 2 Drive Slot System Housing ............................................... 72
8.1
Safety input connector ......................................................................73
8.2
24V System power connector ...........................................................73
8.3
System fan unit connector ................................................................74
8.4
NY4120/10 and NY4140/10 drive power connectors ........................75
8.5
Filter capacitor connectors................................................................75
8.6
Motor connectors ..............................................................................76
8.7
NY4960 LMS MUX PTC connectors .................................................78
8.8
NY4960 LMS MUX Control connectors.............................................79
8.9
Digital and fast digital I/O connectors................................................80
NY4901 Strain Relief ................................................................................. 82
10 NY4916/10 Host adapter ........................................................................... 83
10.1
Field diagnostics ...............................................................................84
11 NY4921 Filter Capacitor kit ........................................................................ 85
12 NY4930 Brake Unit.................................................................................... 87
12.1
Introduction .......................................................................................88
12.2
Functional description .......................................................................88
12.3
Drive voltage ranges .........................................................................89
12.4
Diagnostics .......................................................................................90
12.5
Connections......................................................................................91
12.6
Installation.........................................................................................94
12.7
Expansion possibility.........................................................................95
12.8
Specifications....................................................................................97
13 Legacy NY4010: 1 Drive Slot System Housing ........................................... 98
13.1
Safety Input Connector .....................................................................99
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13.2
System Power Connector................................................................. 99
13.3
NY4120/4140 Drive Power Connectors.......................................... 100
13.4
NY4130 Drive Power Connectors................................................... 101
13.5
Motor Connectors........................................................................... 102
13.6
Encoder Connectors....................................................................... 105
13.7
Fast Digital I/O Connectors ............................................................ 106
13.8
Digital I/O Connectors .................................................................... 107
13.9
Analog I/O Connector..................................................................... 109
14 Legacy NY4040: 4 Drive Slot System Housing ......................................... 110
14.1
Safety Input Connector................................................................... 111
14.2
System Power Connector............................................................... 111
14.3
NY4120/4140 Drive Power Connectors.......................................... 112
14.4
NY4130 Drive Power Connectors................................................... 113
14.5
Motor Connectors........................................................................... 114
14.6
Encoder Connectors....................................................................... 117
14.7
Fast Digital I/O Connectors ............................................................ 119
14.8
Digital I/O Connectors .................................................................... 120
14.9
Analog I/O Connector..................................................................... 122
15 Legacy NY4050: 5 Drive Slot System Housing ......................................... 123
15.1
Safety Input Connector................................................................... 124
15.2
System Power Connector............................................................... 124
15.3
NY4120/4140 Drive Power Connectors.......................................... 125
15.4
NY4130 Drive Power Connectors................................................... 126
15.5
Motor Connectors........................................................................... 127
15.6
Encoder Connectors....................................................................... 130
15.7
Fast Digital I/O Connectors ............................................................ 132
15.8
Digital I/O Connectors .................................................................... 133
15.9
Analog I/O Connector..................................................................... 135
16 Mechanical Characteristics ...................................................................... 136
16.1
Module Size ................................................................................... 136
16.2
System dimensions ........................................................................ 136
16.3
Legacy system dimensions ............................................................ 147
17 NYCe4000 Hardware Glossary ................................................................ 153
18 Earthing, Shielding and Cabling ............................................................... 154
18.1
Shielding and Earthing ................................................................... 154
18.2
Cabling ........................................................................................... 155
19 Environmental Conditions ........................................................................ 159
19.1
Thermal .......................................................................................... 159
19.2
Shock and Vibration ....................................................................... 159
19.3
Electromagnetic Compatibility ........................................................ 160
20 Cleaning, Disposal and Environmental Protection ..................................... 161
20.1
Cleaning ......................................................................................... 161
20.2
Disposal ......................................................................................... 161
20.3
Environmental Protection ............................................................... 162
21 Service and Support ................................................................................ 163
21.1
Helpdesk ........................................................................................ 163
21.2
Service-Hotline............................................................................... 163
21.3
Internet ........................................................................................... 163
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Vor der Kontaktaufnahme... - Before contacting us... .....................163
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Introduction
1 Introduction
1.1
Purpose of Documentation
This NYCe4000 Standard Housings and Accessories Manual provides
information about hardware of the NYCe4000 system.
This Standard Housings and Accessories Manual is intended for electrical
engineers, system engineers and users of the NYCe4000 system. They can use
this document as a reference for connecting and installing a specific NYCe4000
system.
Personal injury and property damage can be caused by
incorrect usage of the modules, machines and installations!
WARNING
⇒ Take the content of this Standard Housings and Accessories
Manual into account.
This Standard Housings and Accessories Manual, among other things, contains:
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specifications for the components of the drive system
configuration of the drive system components
arrangement of the components in the control cabinet
connections of the components in the drive system
replacing devices
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Introduction
1.2
General Information
Damage can be caused to the NYCe4000 module or circuit boards if electrostatic
charge present in people and/or tools is discharged across them. Therefore,
please note the following information:
Electrostatic charges can cause damage to electronic
components and interfere with their operational safety!
CAUTION
⇒ Objects that come into contact with components and circuit
boards must be discharged by means of grounding.
Otherwise errors may occur when triggering motors and
moving elements.
Such objects include:
ƒ the copper bit when soldering
ƒ the human body (discharge through touching a conductive, grounded item)
ƒ parts and tools (placing on a conductive support)
Components sensitive to electrostatic discharge may only be stored or dispatched
in conductive packaging.
Note:
Rexroth connection diagrams are only to be used for producing installation
connection diagrams. The machine manufacturer’s installation connection
diagrams must be used for wiring the installation!
ƒ Route signal lines separately from the load resistance lines because of the
occurrence of interference.
ƒ Feed analog signals (for example, command values, actual values) via shielded
lines.
ƒ Do not connect mains, DC bus or power leads to low voltages or allow them to
come into contact.
ƒ When carrying out a high voltage test or insulation withstand test on the
machine’s electrical equipment, disconnect all connections to the units. This
protects the electronic components (permitted in accordance with EN 60204-1).
Plugging and unclamping live connections can damage the
controller.
CAUTION
⇒ Do not plug in or unclamp live connections.
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Important Directions for Use
2 Important Directions for Use
2.1
Appropriate Use
Introduction
Rexroth products represent state-of-the-art developments and manufacturing.
They are tested prior to delivery to ensure operating safety and reliability.
The products may only be used in the manner that is defined as appropriate. If
they are used in an inappropriate manner, then situations can develop that may
lead to property damage or injury to personnel.
Note:
Rexroth, as manufacturer, is not liable for any damages resulting from
inappropriate use. In such cases, the guarantee and the right to payment of
damages resulting from inappropriate use are forfeited. The user alone carries all
responsibility of the risks.
Before using Rexroth products, make sure that all the pre-requisites for an
appropriate use of the products are satisfied:
ƒ Personnel that in any way, shape or form uses our products must first read and
understand the relevant safety instructions and be familiar with appropriate use.
ƒ If the product takes the form of hardware, then they must remain in their original
state, in other words, no structural changes are permitted.
It is not permitted to decompile software products or alter source codes.
ƒ Do not install damaged or faulty products or use them in operation.
ƒ Make sure that the products have been installed in the manner described in the
relevant documentation.
Areas of Use and Application
NYCe4000 modules made by Rexroth are designed to control electrical motors
and monitor their operation.
Control and monitoring of the motors may require additional sensors and
actuators.
Note:
The NYCe4000 modules may only be used with the accessories and parts
specified in this document. If a component has not been specifically named, then
it may not be either installed or connected. The same applies to cables and lines.
Operation is only permitted in the specified configurations and combinations of
components using the software and firmware as specified in the relevant function
descriptions.
Every NYCe4000 module must be programmed before starting it up, making it
possible for the motor to execute the specific functions of an application. The
NYCe4000 modules are designed for use in single or multiple-axis drive and
control applications.
To ensure an application-specific use, the NYCe4000 modules are available with
differing drive power and different interfaces.
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Important Directions for Use
Typical applications of NYCe4000 modules are the following.
ƒ semiconductor machines
ƒ medical machines
The NYCe4000 modules may only be operated under the assembly, installation
and ambient conditions as described here (temperature, system of protection,
humidity, EMC requirements, etc.) and in the position specified.
Inappropriate Use
Using the NYCe4000 modules outside of the above-referenced areas of
application or under operating conditions other than described in the document
and the technical data specified is defined as “inappropriate use".
NYCe4000 modules may not be used
ƒ if they are subject to operating conditions that do not meet the above specified
ambient conditions. This includes, for example, operation under water, in case
of extreme temperature fluctuations or extremely high maximum temperatures
or
ƒ if Rexroth has not specifically released them for that intended purpose. Please
note the specifications outlined in the general safety instructions!
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Safety Instructions for Electric Drives and Controls
3 Safety Instructions for Electric Drives and
Controls
3.1
Introduction
Read these instructions before the initial startup of the equipment in order to
eliminate the risk of bodily harm or material damage. Follow these safety
instructions at all times.
Do not attempt to install or start up this equipment without first reading all
documentation provided with the product. Read and understand these safety
instructions and all user documentation of the equipment prior to working with the
equipment at any time. If you do not have the user documentation for your
equipment, contact your local Rexroth representative to send this documentation
immediately to the person or persons responsible for the safe operation of this
equipment.
If the equipment is resold, rented or transferred or passed on to others, then
these safety instructions must be delivered with the equipment.
WARNING
3.2
Improper use of this equipment, failure to follow the safety
instructions in this document or tampering with the product,
including disabling of safety devices, may result in material
damage, bodily harm, electric shock or even death!
Explanations
The safety instructions describe the following degrees of hazard seriousness in
compliance with ANSI Z535. The degree of hazard seriousness informs about the
consequences resulting from noncompliance with the safety instructions.
Table 1
Hazard classification (according to ANSI Z535)
Warning symbol with
signal word
Degree of hazard seriousness according to ANSI Z535
Death or severe bodily harm will occur.
DANGER
Death or severe bodily harm may occur.
WARNING
Bodily harm or material damage may occur.
CAUTION
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3.3
Hazards by Improper Use
High voltage and high discharge current!
Danger to life or severe bodily harm by electric shock!
DANGER
Dangerous movements!
DANGER
Danger to life, severe bodily harm or material damage by
unintentional motor movements!
High electrical voltage due to wrong connections!
Danger to life or bodily harm by electric shock!
WARNING
Health hazard for persons with heart pacemakers, metal
implants and hearing aids in proximity to electrical equipment!
WARNING
Surface of machine housing could be extremely hot!
Danger of injury!
CAUTION
Danger of burns!
Risk of injury due to improper handling!
CAUTION
Bodily harm caused by crushing, shearing, cutting and
mechanical shock or incorrect handling of pressurized systems!
Risk of injury due to incorrect handling of batteries!
CAUTION
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3.4
General Information
ƒ Bosch Rexroth AG is not liable for damages resulting from failure to observe
the warnings provided in this documentation.
ƒ Read the operating, maintenance and safety instructions in your language
before starting up the machine. If you find that you cannot completely
understand the documentation for your product, please ask your supplier to
clarify.
ƒ Proper and correct transport, storage, assembly and installation as well as care
in operation and maintenance are prerequisites for optimal and safe operation
of this equipment.
ƒ Only persons who are trained and qualified for the use and operation of the
equipment may work on this equipment or within its proximity.
- The persons are qualified if they have sufficient knowledge of the assembly,
installation and operation of the equipment as well as an understanding of all
warnings and precautionary measures noted in these instructions.
- Furthermore, they must be trained, instructed and qualified to switch electrical
circuits and equipment on and off in accordance with technical safety
regulations, to ground them and to mark them according to the requirements
of safe work practices. They must have adequate safety equipment and be
trained in first aid.
ƒ Only use spare parts and accessories approved by the manufacturer.
ƒ Follow all safety regulations and requirements for the specific application as
practiced in the country of use.
ƒ The equipment is designed for installation in industrial machinery.
ƒ The ambient conditions given in the product documentation must be observed.
ƒ Use only safety features and applications that are clearly and explicitly
approved in the Standard Housings Manual.
For example, the following areas of use are not permitted: construction cranes,
elevators used for people or freight, devices and vehicles to transport people,
medical applications, refinery plants, transport of hazardous goods, nuclear
applications, applications sensitive to high frequency, mining, food processing,
control of protection equipment (also in a machine).
ƒ The information given in the documentation of the product with regard to the
use of the delivered components contains only examples of applications and
suggestions.
The machine and installation manufacturer must
- make sure that the delivered components are suited for his individual
application and check the information given in this documentation with regard
to the use of the components,
- make sure that his application complies with the applicable safety regulations
and standards and carry out the required measures, modifications and
complements.
ƒ Startup of the delivered components is only permitted once it is sure that the
machine or installation in which they are installed complies with the national
regulations, safety specifications and standards of the application.
ƒ Operation is only permitted if the national EMC regulations for the application
are met.
The machine or installation manufacturer is responsible for compliance with the
limiting values as prescribed in the national regulations.
ƒ Technical data, connections and operational conditions are specified in the
product documentation and must be followed at all times.
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3.5
Protection against Contact with Electrical Parts
Note:
This section refers to equipment and drive components with voltages above
50 Volts.
Touching live parts with voltages of 50 Volts and higher with bare hands or
conductive tools or touching ungrounded housings can be dangerous and cause
electric shock. In order to operate electrical equipment, certain parts must
unavoidably have dangerous voltages applied to them.
High electrical voltage!
Danger to life, severe bodily harm by electric shock!
DANGER
⇒ Only people trained and qualified to work with or on electrical
equipment are permitted to operate, maintain or repair this
equipment.
⇒ Follow general construction and safety regulations when
working on high voltage installations.
⇒ Before switching on power, the ground wire must be
permanently connected to all electrical units according to the
connection diagram.
⇒ Do not operate electrical equipment at any time, even for brief
measurements or tests, if the ground wire is not permanently
connected to the points of the components provided for this
purpose.
⇒ Before working with electrical parts with voltage higher than
50 V, the equipment must be disconnected from the mains
voltage or power supply. Make sure the equipment cannot be
switched on again unintended.
⇒ The following should be observed with electrical drive and
filter components:
⇒ Wait thirty (30) minutes after switching off power to allow
capacitors to discharge before you start any work on the
equipment. Measure the voltage on the capacitors before you
start any work on the equipment to make sure that the
equipment is safe to touch.
⇒ Never touch the electrical connection points of a component
while power is turned on.
⇒ Install the covers and guards provided with the equipment
properly before switching the equipment on.
⇒ Prevent contact with live parts at any time.
⇒ A residual-current-operated protective device (RCD) must not
be used on electric drives! Indirect contact must be prevented
by other means, for example, by an over current protective
device.
⇒ Electrical components with exposed live parts and uncovered
high voltage terminals must be installed in a protective
housing, for example, in a control cabinet.
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To be observed with electrical drive and filter components:
High electrical voltage on the housing!
High leakage current!
DANGER
Danger to life, danger of injury by electric shock!
⇒ Connect the electrical equipment, the housings of all electrical
units and motors permanently with the safety conductor at the
ground points before power is switched on. Look at the
connection diagram. This is even necessary for brief tests.
⇒ Connect the safety conductor of the electrical equipment
always permanently and firmly to the supply mains. Leakage
current exceeds 3.5 mA in normal operation.
⇒ Use a copper conductor with at least 2.5 mm² cross section
over its entire course for this safety conductor connection!
The cross section must not be smaller than the cross section
of a phase of the mains supply wire.
⇒ Prior to startups, even for brief tests, always connect the
protective conductor or connect with ground wire. Otherwise,
high voltages can occur on the housing that lead to electric
shock.
3.6
Protection against Electric Shock by Protective Low
Voltage (PELV)
All connections and terminals with voltages between 0 and 50 Volts on Rexroth
products are protective low voltages designed in accordance with international
standards on electrical safety.
High electrical voltage due to wrong connections!
Danger to life, bodily harm by electric shock!
WARNING
⇒ Only connect equipment, electrical components and cables of
the protective low voltage type (PELV = Protective Extra Low
Voltage) to all terminals and clamps with voltages of 0 to
50 Volts.
⇒ Only electrical circuits may be connected which have double
or reinforced isolation against high voltage circuits. Double or
reinforced isolation is achieved, for example, with an isolating
transformer or when battery-operated.
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3.7
Protection against Dangerous Movements
Dangerous movements can be caused by faulty control of the connected motors.
Some common examples are:
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improper or wrong wiring of cable connections
incorrect operation of the equipment components
wrong input of parameters before operation
malfunction of sensors, encoders and monitoring devices
defective components
software or firmware errors
Dangerous movements can occur immediately after equipment is switched on or
even after an unspecified time of trouble-free operation.
The monitoring in the drive components will normally be sufficient to avoid faulty
operation in the connected drives. Regarding personal safety, especially the
danger of bodily injury and material damage, this alone cannot be relied upon to
ensure complete safety. Until the integrated monitoring functions become
effective, it must be assumed in any case that faulty drive movements will occur.
The extent of faulty drive movements depends upon the type of control and the
state of operation.
Dangerous movements!
DANGER
Danger to life, risk of injury, severe bodily harm or material
damage!
⇒ Ensure personal safety by means of qualified and tested
higher-level monitoring devices or measures integrated in the
installation. Unintended machine motion is possible if
monitoring devices are disabled, bypassed or not activated.
⇒ Pay attention to unintended machine motion or other
malfunction in any mode of operation.
⇒ Keep free and clear of the machine’s range of motion and
moving parts. Possible measures to prevent people from
accidentally entering the machine’s range of motion:
use safety fences
use safety guards
use protective coverings
install light curtains or light barriers
⇒ Fences and coverings must be strong enough to resist
maximum possible momentum, especially if there is a
possibility of loose parts flying off.
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⇒ Mount the emergency stop switch in the immediate reach of
the operator. Verify that the emergency stop works before
startup. Do not operate the machine if the emergency stop is
not working.
⇒ Isolate the drive power connection by means of an
emergency stop circuit or use a starting lockout to prevent
unintentional start.
⇒ Make sure that the drives are brought to a safe standstill
before accessing or entering the danger zone. Safe standstill
can be achieved by switching off the power supply contactor
or by safe mechanical locking of moving parts.
⇒ Secure vertical axes against falling or dropping after switching
off the motor power by, for example:
- mechanically securing the vertical axes
- adding an external braking/ arrester/ clamping mechanism
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- ensuring sufficient equilibration of the vertical axes
The standard equipment motor brake or an external brake
controlled directly by the drive controller is not sufficient to
guarantee personal safety!
⇒ Disconnect electrical power to the equipment using a master
switch and secure the switch against reconnection for:
- maintenance and repair work
- cleaning of equipment
- long periods of discontinued equipment use
⇒ Prevent the operation of high-frequency, remote control and
radio equipment near electronics circuits and supply leads. If
the use of such equipment cannot be avoided, verify the
system and the installation for possible malfunctions in all
possible positions of normal use before initial startup. If
necessary, perform a special electromagnetic compatibility
(EMC) test on the installation.
3.8
Protection against Magnetic and Electromagnetic Fields
During Operation and Mounting
Magnetic and electromagnetic fields generated near current-carrying conductors
and permanent magnets in motors represent a serious health hazard to persons
with heart pacemakers, metal implants and hearing aids.
Health hazard for persons with heart pacemakers, metal
implants and hearing aids in proximity to electrical equipment!
WARNING
⇒ Persons with heart pacemakers, hearing aids and metal
implants are not permitted to enter the following areas:
- Areas in which electrical equipment and parts are mounted,
being operated or started up.
- Areas in which parts of motors with permanent magnets are
being stored, operated, repaired or mounted.
⇒ If it is necessary for a person with a heart pacemaker to enter
such an area, then a doctor must be consulted prior to doing
so. Heart pacemakers that are already implanted or will be
implanted in the future, have a considerable variation in their
electrical noise immunity. Therefore there are no rules with
general validity.
⇒ Persons with hearing aids, metal implants or metal pieces
must consult a doctor before they enter the areas described
above. Otherwise, health hazards will occur.
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3.9
Protection against Contact with Hot Parts
Housing surfaces can be extremely hot!
Danger of injury! Danger of burns!
CAUTION
⇒ Do not touch housing surfaces near sources of heat!
Danger of burns!
⇒ After switching the equipment off, wait at least ten (10)
minutes to allow it to cool down before touching it.
⇒ Do not touch hot parts of the equipment, such as housings
with integrated heat sinks and resistors. Danger of burns!
3.10 Protection during Handling and Mounting
Under certain conditions, incorrect handling and mounting of parts and
components may cause injuries.
Risk of injury by incorrect handling! Bodily harm caused by
crushing, shearing, cutting and mechanical shock!
CAUTION
⇒ Observe general installation and safety instructions with
regard to handling and mounting.
⇒ Use appropriate mounting and transport equipment.
⇒ Take precautions to avoid pinching and crushing.
⇒ Use only appropriate tools. If specified by the product
documentation, special tools must be used.
⇒ Use lifting devices and tools correctly and safely.
⇒ For safe protection wear appropriate protective clothing, for
example safety glasses, safety shoes and safety gloves.
⇒ Never stand under suspended loads.
⇒ Clean up liquids from the floor immediately to prevent
slipping.
3.11 Battery Safety
Batteries contain reactive chemicals in a solid housing. Inappropriate handling
may result in injuries or material damage.
Risk of injury by incorrect handling!
CAUTION
⇒ Do not attempt to reactivate discharged batteries by heating
or other methods (danger of explosion and cauterization).
⇒ Never charge non-chargeable batteries (danger of leakage
and explosion).
⇒ Never throw batteries into a fire.
⇒ Do not dismantle batteries.
⇒ Do not damage electrical components installed in the
equipment.
Note:
Be aware of environmental protection and disposal! The batteries contained in the
product should be considered as hazardous material for land, air and sea
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transport in the sense of the legal requirements (danger of explosion).
Dispose batteries separately from other waste.
Observe the legal requirements in the country of installation.
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Fig. 1
NY4012 system housing
See section 16 ‘Mechanical Characteristics’ on page 136 for the dimensions of
the system.
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4.1
Safety input connector
Connector type on the backplane: male, 4 pins, Phoenix, MCV 1,5/ 4-GF3,5.
Mating connector on the cable: Phoenix, MC 1,5/ 4-STF-3,5, order code 1847071.
1
Fig. 2
Safety connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 1.
Table 1
Pin
Pinout Safety connector
Pin name
Function
1
SHIELD
Cable shield
2
INP_COMMON
Input common
3
INP_Safety
24 Volt input safety to MCU
4
INP_Emergency
24 Volt input emergency to MCU
4.2
24V System power connector
The main 24 Volt supply connector (24V System) that is used by the MCU module
is to generate all the drive module and MCU module supply voltages.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 3 pins, Phoenix, MCV 1,5/ 3-GF3,5.
Mating connector on the cable: Phoenix, MC 1,5/ 3-STF-3,5, order code 1847068.
Fig. 3
24V System connector (backplane) pinout
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The connector pin assignment is given in Table 2.
Wiring: shielded cable, wire diameter AWG18 (4 A).
Table 2
Pinout 24V System connector
Pin
Pin name
Function
1
24V_GND
24V common
2
+24V
System power (24 Volt DC)
3
SHIELD
Cable shield
Note:
24V_GND must be connected to the same potential as SHIELD (safety ground),
not at the node side of the cable, but at the power supply.
4.3
System fan unit connector
Connector type on the backplane: male, 2 pins, Phoenix, MCV 1,5/ 2-GF3,5.
Mating connector on the cable: Phoenix, MC 1,5/ 2-STF-3,5, order code 1847055.
Fig. 4
Fan unit connector (backplane) pinout
The connection with the fuses on the system backplane is shown in Fig. 5, and
the connector pin assignment is given in Table 3.
Wiring: unshielded cable, wire diameter AWG26.
Fig. 5
Fan unit connection with auto-resetable fuse
Table 3
Pinout System fan connector
Pin
Pin name
Function
1
24V_GND
24V common (used for fan unit)
2
+24V
System power (used for fan unit)
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4.4
NY4120 / NY4140 drive power connector
The NY4120 / NY4140 drive power connector is used to connect the drive power
supply. The drive module has a separate drive power connector.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 5 pins, Phoenix, MSTBV 2,5/ 5-GF-5,08.
Mating connector on the cable is one of the following:
ƒ MSTBC 2,5/ 5-STZF-5,08 order code 1809763, provided with crimp barrels
MSTBC-MT 1,5-2,5 order code 3190551 suitable for factory wiring only, rated
300V, 10A (exception 36.9.3 in UL 508C).
ƒ QC 1/ 5-STF-5,08 suitable for field wiring, order code 1883381.
The following NY4120 / NY4140 drive power connector is available on the
backplane:
ƒ Drive Power 0 : drive power connector for drive module slot 1
Fig. 6
NY4120 / NY4140 drive power connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 4.
Wiring: shielded cable, wire diameter AWG14 (10 A).
Table 4
Pin
Pinout NY4120 / NY4140 drive power connector
Pin name
Function
1
DR_PWR+
+ Drive power supply module x
2
DR_PWR+
+ Drive power supply module x
3
SHIELD
Cable shield
4
DR_GND
Ground drive power supply module x
5
DR_GND
Ground drive power supply module x
Note:
DR_GND must be connected to the same potential as SHIELD (safety ground),
not at the node side of the cable, but at the power supply.
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4.5
NY4130 drive power connector
The NY4130 drive power connector is used to connect the drive power supply.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 8 pins, Phoenix, MCV 1,5/ 8-GF-3,5.
Mating connector on the cable: Phoenix, MC 1,5/ 8-STF-3,5, order code 1847181.
The following drive power connector is available on the backplane:
ƒ Drive Power NY4130 0 : drive power connector for drive module slot 1
Fig. 7
NY4130 drive power connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 5.
Wiring: shielded cable, wire diameter AWG14 (10 A).
Table 5
Pin
Pinout NY4130 drive power connector
Pin name
Function
1
DRVPW+L0
+ Drive power supply for first drive module
2
DRVPW-L0
- Drive power supply for first drive module
3
DR_GND
Ground Drive power supply for first drive module
4
SHIELD
Cable shield
5
SHIELD
Cable shield
6
DR_GND
Ground Drive power supply for second drive module
7
DRVPW-L1
- Drive power supply module for second drive module
8
DRVPW+L1
+ Drive power supply module for second drive module
Note:
DR_GND must be connected to the same potential as SHIELD (safety ground),
not at the node side of the cable, but at the power supply.
4.6
Filter capacitor connector
Connector type on the backplane: male, 2 pins, Phoenix, MCV 1,5/ 2-GF3,5.
Mating connector on the cable: Phoenix, MC 1,5/ 2-ST-3,5, order code 1840366.
The following filter capacitor connector is available on the backplane:
ƒ CAP 0 : filter capacitor connector for Drive Power 0 connection
Fig. 8
Filter capacitor connector (backplane) pinout
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The connector pin assignment is given in Table 6.
Table 6
Pinout Filter capacitor connector
Pin
Pin name
Function
1
DR_PWR
+ connection of the capacitor
2
DR_GND
- connection of the capacitor
Bosch Rexroth offers a standard Filter Capacitor kit, NY4921. See for more
information chapter 11.
Note:
Observe the polarity of the connection to the capacitor and the working voltage of
the capacitor, if you decide to dimension the filter capacitor tailored to your motion
application.
4.7
Motor connectors
Each drive module contains two motor connectors, each connector for one axis.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 8 pins, Phoenix, MSTBV 2,5/ 8-GF-5,08.
Mating connector on the cable is one of the following:
ƒ MSTBC 2,5/ 8-STZF-5,08 order code 1809792, provided with crimp barrels
MSTBC-MT 1,5-2,5 order code 3190551 suitable for factory wiring only, rated
300V, 10A (exception 36.9.3 in UL 508C needs to be used).
ƒ QC 1/ 8-STF-5,08 suitable for field wiring, order code 1883417.
Note:
Motor connection to NY4140 differs from motor connection to NY4120 and
NY4130.
The following motor connectors are available on the backplane:
ƒ M0.0 and M0.1 : drive module slot 0 motor 0 and motor 1 connector
1
Fig. 9
Motor connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment for motor 0 of the NY4120 and NY4130, and the
high voltage motor of the NY4140 is given in Table 7.
The connector pin assignment for motor 1 of the NY4120 and NY4130 is given in
Table 8.
Wiring: shielded cable, wire diameter AWG14 (10 A).
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Table 7
Pinout motor Mx.0 (NY4120, NY4130, and NY4140) connectors
Pin name
Stepper
motor
NY4120
1
HB1+
A+
2
HB1-
A-
U
3
HB2+
B+
V
4
HB2-
B-
W
5
HB3-
6
DR_GND
7
SHIELD
Shield of motor cable
8
PE
Protective earth of motor
Pin
Table 8
BLAC / BLDC
motor
NY4120
BLAC / DC
motor
NY4140
+VDCmot
-VDCmot
U
V / +VDCmot
W / -VDCmot
Used for
unbalanced
motor (only on
NY4130)
Pinout motor Mx.1 (NY4120 and NY4130) connectors
Pin name
stepper
motor
NY4120
1
HB3+
A+
2
HB3-
A-
U
3
HB4+
B+
V
4
HB4-
B-
W
Pin
DC motor
NY4120
NY4130
5
BLAC / BLDC
motor
NY4120
DC motor
NY4120
NY4130
+VDCmot
-VDCmot
Not used
6
DR_GND
Used for unbalanced
motor (only on NY4130)
7
SHIELD
Shield of motor cable
8
PE
Protective earth of motor
Note:
This connector is not used in combination with an NY4140.
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4.8
Encoder connectors
Each motor has its own encoder connector.
Connector type on the backplane: female, 25 pins sub-D.
The following encoder connectors are available on the backplane:
ƒ E0.0 and E0.1 : drive module slot 0 encoder 0 and encoder 1 connector
Fig. 10
Encoder E0.0 and encoder E0.1 connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment for the encoder connectors is given in Table 9.
Wiring: shielded cable, wire diameter AWG20 (2 A).
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Table 9
Pinout encoder connectors
Pin
EnDat2.2
EnDat2.1
MSM
1
+5 Volt
+5 Volt
+5 Volt
Hiperface
Sincos
S00/S90
+5 Volt
+5 Volt
2
+2.5 Volt
3
S00+
4
S90+
5
Index+
6
Clock+
Hall A+
7
8
Hall B+
Data+
Data+
Data+
Data+ (1)
Hall C+
9
Sine+
Sine+
Sine+
10
Cosine+
Cosine+
Cosine+
11
Index+
12
Clock+
Data+ (1)
13
14
+8 Volt
0 Volt
0 Volt
0 Volt
0 Volt
0 Volt
15
S00-
16
S90-
17
Index-
18
Clock-
Hall A-
19
20
Hall BData-
Data-
Data-
Data-
Hall C-
(1)
21
Sine-
Sine-
Sine-
22
Cosine-
Cosine-
Cosine-
23
24
25
IndexClock-
Data-
(1)
0 Volt
Remark:
(1) For the Hiperface encoder cable, you must connect Data+ to pin 8 and pin 12,
and connect Data- to pin 20 and pin 24.
Fig. 11
Cable connection diagram for Hiperface encoders (Data signal lines)
Notes:
- Connect the shield of the cable to the shield of the sub-D connector.
- Use twisted pair cabling for the differential signals.
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4.9
Fast digital I/O connector
The fast digital I/O connector (FDIG0) is available for each drive module.
Connection type on the backplane: female, 9 pins sub-D.
The following fast digital I/O connector is available on the backplane:
ƒ FDIG0 : drive module slot 0 fast digital I/O connector
Fig. 12
Fast digital I/O connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 10.
Wiring: shielded cable, wire diameter AWG20 (2 A).
Table 10
Pinout fast digital I/O connectors
Pin
Pin name
Function
1
GND_DIO
Ground for fast digital I/O
2
FastOut0
Fast 24 Volt Output 0
3
FastOut1
Fast 24 Volt Output 1
4
FastIn0
+ Fast 24 Volt Input 0
5
FastIn1
+ Fast 24 Volt Input 1
6
24V_DIO
24 Volt I/O supply
7
24V_DIO
24 Volt I/O supply
8
GND_DIO
Ground for digital I/O
9
GND_DIO
Ground for digital I/O
Notes:
- Connect the shield of the cable to the shield of the sub-D connector.
- GND_DIO and 24V_DIO pins of the FDIG0 connectors are also connected to
GND_DIO and 24V_DIO pins of the DIG0 connectors.
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4.10 Digital I/O connector
The digital I/O connector (DIG0) is available for each drive module.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 25 pins sub-D.
The following digital I/O connector is available on the backplane:
ƒ DIG0 : drive module slot 0 digital I/O connector
14
25
Fig. 13
1
13
Digital I/O connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 11.
Wiring: shielded cable, wire diameter AWG20 (2 A).
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Table 11
Pin
Pinout digital I/O connectors
Pin name
Function
1
DigIn0
Digital Input in group 0
2
DigIn1
Digital Input in group 0
3
DigIn2
Digital Input in group 0
4
DigIn3
Digital Input in group 0
5
DigIn4
Digital Input in group 1
6
DigIn5
Digital Input in group 1
7
DigIn6
- Digital Input in group 1, or
- Stop alarm input for axis 0 in group 1
(only supported NY4120 and NY4140)
8
DigIn7
- Digital Input in group 1, or
- Stop alarm input for axis 1 in group 1
(only supported NY4120)
9
GND_DIO
Ground for digital Output, connected to power supply
10
DigOut0
Digital Output
11
DigOut1
Digital Output
12
DigOut2
Digital Output
13
DigOut3
Digital Output
14
DigComm0
Common for digital Input group 0, may be ground or 24V
15
DigIn8
Digital Input in group 2 (only supported NY4130)
16
DigIn9
Digital Input in group 2 (only supported NY4130)
17
DigIn10
Stop alarm input for axis 0 in group 2
(only supported NY4130)
18
DigIn11
Stop alarm input for axis 1 in group 2
(only supported NY4130)
19
DigComm2
Common for digital Input group 2, may be ground or 24V
(Note: connection to 24V only allowed if DigIn10 and
DigIn11 are not used)
20
DigComm1
Common for digital Input group 1, may be ground or 24V
21
GND_DIO
Ground for digital Output, connected to power supply
22
24V_DIO
24 Volt digital Output supply
23
24V_DIO
24 Volt digital Output supply
24
24V_DIO
24 Volt digital Output supply
25
24V_DIO
24 Volt digital Output supply
Notes:
- Connect the shield of the cable to the shield of the sub-D connector.
- Each pin is rated for a load of 1 A. Connect pin # 22, 23, 24, and 25 to match
the total load connected to the digital output pins.
- GND_DIO and 24V_DIO pins of the DIG0 connectors are also connected to
GND_DIO and 24V_DIO pins of the FDIG0 connectors.
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4.11 Analog I/O connector
For each drive module an analog I/O connector is available.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 9 pins sub-D.
The following analog I/O connector is available on the backplane:
ƒ AN0 : drive module slot 0 analog I/O connector
1
6
9
5
Fig. 14
Analog I/O connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 12.
Wiring: shielded cable, wire diameter AWG26.
Table 12
Pinout analog I/O connector
Pin
Pin name
Function
1
AnIn0+
Positive analog input +/- 10 V (differential or single ended)
2
AnIn0C
• NY4120/NY4140: Positive analog input 4-20 mA must be
linked in connector to AnIn0+.
• NY4130: analog reference output voltage.
3
AnIn0-
• Negative analog input +/- 10 V (differential input) or
connected to AnGND in case of single ended input.
• Negative analog input 4-20 mA must be linked in
connector to AnGND (Only NY4120/NY4140)
4
AnOut0+
Analog output
5
AnOut1+
Analog output
6
AnIn1+
Positive analog input +/- 10 V (differential or single ended)
7
AnIn1C
• NY4120/NY4140: Positive analog input 4-20 mA must be
linked in connector to AnIn1+.
• NY4130: analog reference output voltage.
8
AnGND
Return for analog output or 4-20 mA input, ground reference
for inputs
9
AnIn1-
• Negative analog input +/- 10 V (differential input) or
connected to AnGND in case of single ended input.
• Negative analog input 4-20 mA must be linked in
connector to AnGND (Only NY4120/NY4140)
Notes:
- Connect the shield of the cable to the shield of the sub-D connector.
- Use twisted pair cabling for the differential signals (AnIn0+ / AnIn0- and
AnIn1+ / AnIn1-)
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Fig. 15
NY4022 system housing
See section 16 ‘Mechanical Characteristics’ on page 136 for the dimensions of
the system.
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5.1
Safety input connector
Connector type on the backplane: male, 4 pins, Phoenix, MCV 1,5/ 4-GF3,5.
Mating connector on the cable: Phoenix, MC 1,5/ 4-STF-3,5, order code 1847071.
1
Fig. 16
Safety connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 13.
Table 13
Pin
Pinout Safety connector
Pin name
Function
1
SHIELD
Cable shield
2
INP_COMMON
Input common
3
INP_Safety
24 Volt input safety to MCU
4
INP_Emergency
24 Volt input emergency to MCU
5.2
24V System power connector
The main 24 Volt supply connector (24V System) that is used by the MCU module
is to generate all the drive module and MCU module supply voltages.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 3 pins, Phoenix, MCV 1,5/ 3-GF3,5.
Mating connector on the cable: Phoenix, MC 1,5/ 3-STF-3,5, order code 1847068.
Fig. 17
24V System connector (backplane) pinout
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The connector pin assignment is given in Table 14.
Wiring: shielded cable, wire diameter AWG18 (4 A).
Table 14
Pinout 24V System connector
Pin
Pin name
Function
1
24V_GND
24V common
2
+24V
System power (24 Volt DC)
3
SHIELD
Cable shield
Note:
24V_GND must be connected to the same potential as SHIELD (safety ground),
not at the node side of the cable, but at the power supply.
5.3
System fan unit connector
Connector type on the backplane: male, 2 pins, Phoenix, MCV 1,5/ 2-GF3,5.
Mating connector on the cable: Phoenix, MC 1,5/ 2-STF-3,5, order code 1847055.
Fig. 18
Fan unit connector (backplane) pinout
The connection with the fuses on the system backplane is shown in Fig. 19, and
the connector pin assignment is given in Table 15.
Wiring: unshielded cable, wire diameter AWG26.
Fig. 19
Fan unit connection with auto-resetable fuse
Table 15
Pinout System fan connector
Pin
Pin name
Function
1
24V_GND
24V common (used for fan unit)
2
+24V
System power (used for fan unit)
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5.4
NY4120 / NY4140 drive power connectors
The NY4120 / NY4140 drive power connectors are used to connect the drive
power supply. For each drive module a separate drive power connector is
available.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 5 pins, Phoenix, MSTBV 2,5/ 5-GF-5,08.
Mating connector on the cable is one of the following:
ƒ MSTBC 2,5/ 5-STZF-5,08 order code 1809763, provided with crimp barrels
MSTBC-MT 1,5-2,5 order code 3190551 suitable for factory wiring only, rated
300V, 10A (exception 36.9.3 in UL 508C).
ƒ QC 1/ 5-STF-5,08 suitable for field wiring, order code 1883381.
The following NY4120 / NY4140 drive power connectors are available on the
backplane:
ƒ Drive Power 0 : drive power connector for drive module slot 0
ƒ Drive Power 1 : drive power connector for drive module slot 1
Fig. 20
NY4120 / NY4140 drive power connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 16.
Wiring: shielded cable, wire diameter AWG14 (10 A).
Table 16
Pin
Pinout NY4120 / NY4140 drive power connector
Pin name
Function
1
DR_PWR+
+ Drive power supply module x
2
DR_PWR+
+ Drive power supply module x
3
SHIELD
Cable shield
4
DR_GND
Ground drive power supply module x
5
DR_GND
Ground drive power supply module x
Note:
DR_GND must be connected to the same potential as SHIELD (safety ground),
not at the node side of the cable, but at the power supply.
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5.5
NY4130 drive power connector
The NY4130 drive power connector is used to connect the drive power supply.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 8 pins, Phoenix, MCV 1,5/ 8-GF-3,5.
Mating connector on the cable: Phoenix, MC 1,5/ 8-STF-3,5, order code 1847181.
The following drive power connector is available on the backplane:
ƒ Drive Power NY4130 0/1 : drive power connector for drive module slot 0 and 1
Fig. 21
NY4130 drive power connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 17.
Wiring: shielded cable, wire diameter AWG14 (10 A).
Table 17
Pin
Pinout NY4130 drive power connector
Pin name
Function
1
DRVPW+L0
+ Drive power supply for first drive module
2
DRVPW-L0
- Drive power supply for first drive module
3
DR_GND
Ground Drive power supply for first drive module
4
SHIELD
Cable shield
5
SHIELD
Cable shield
6
DR_GND
Ground Drive power supply for second drive module
7
DRVPW-L1
- Drive power supply module for second drive module
8
DRVPW+L1
+ Drive power supply module for second drive module
Note:
DR_GND must be connected to the same potential as SHIELD (safety ground),
not at the node side of the cable, but at the power supply.
5.6
Filter capacitor connectors
Connector type on the backplane: male, 2 pins, Phoenix, MCV 1,5/ 2-GF3,5.
Mating connector on the cable: Phoenix, MC 1,5/ 2-ST-3,5, order code 1840366.
The following filter capacitor connectors are available on the backplane:
ƒ CAP 0 : filter capacitor connector for Drive Power 0 connection
ƒ CAP 1 : filter capacitor connector for Drive Power 1 connection
Fig. 22
Filter capacitor connector (backplane) pinout
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The connector pin assignment is given in Table 18.
Table 18
Pinout Filter capacitor connector
Pin
Pin name
Function
1
DR_PWR
+ connection of the capacitor
2
DR_GND
- connection of the capacitor
Bosch Rexroth offers a standard Filter Capacitor kit, NY4921. See for more
information chapter 11.
Note:
Observe the polarity of the connection to the capacitor and the working voltage of
the capacitor, if you decide to dimension the filter capacitor tailored to your motion
application.
5.7
Motor connectors
Each drive module contains two motor connectors, each connector for one axis.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 8 pins, Phoenix, MSTBV 2,5/ 8-GF-5,08.
Mating connector on the cable is one of the following:
ƒ MSTBC 2,5/ 8-STZF-5,08 order code 1809792, provided with crimp barrels
MSTBC-MT 1,5-2,5 order code 3190551 suitable for factory wiring only, rated
300V, 10A (exception 36.9.3 in UL 508C needs to be used).
ƒ QC 1/ 8-STF-5,08 suitable for field wiring, order code 1883417.
Note:
Motor connection to NY4140 differs from motor connection to NY4120 and
NY4130.
The following motor connectors are available on the backplane:
ƒ M0.0 and M0.1 : drive module slot 0 motor 0 and motor 1 connector
ƒ M1.0 and M1.1 : drive module slot 1 motor 0 and motor 1 connector
1
Fig. 23
Motor connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment for motor 0 of the NY4120 and NY4130, and the
high voltage motor of the NY4140 is given in Table 19.
The connector pin assignment for motor 1 of the NY4120 and NY4130 is given in
Table 20.
Wiring: shielded cable, wire diameter AWG14 (10 A).
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Table 19
Pinout motor Mx.0 (NY4120, NY4130, and NY4140) connectors
Pin name
Stepper
motor
NY4120
1
HB1+
A+
2
HB1-
A-
U
3
HB2+
B+
V
4
HB2-
B-
W
5
HB3-
6
DR_GND
7
SHIELD
Shield of motor cable
8
PE
Protective earth of motor
Pin
Table 20
BLAC / BLDC
motor
NY4120
BLAC / DC
motor
NY4140
+VDCmot
-VDCmot
U
V / +VDCmot
W / -VDCmot
Used for
unbalanced
motor (only on
NY4130)
Pinout motor Mx.1 (NY4120 and NY4130) connectors
Pin name
stepper
motor
NY4120
1
HB3+
A+
2
HB3-
A-
U
3
HB4+
B+
V
4
HB4-
B-
W
Pin
DC motor
NY4120
NY4130
5
BLAC / BLDC
motor
NY4120
DC motor
NY4120
NY4130
+VDCmot
-VDCmot
Not used
6
DR_GND
Used for unbalanced
motor (only on NY4130)
7
SHIELD
Shield of motor cable
8
PE
Protective earth of motor
Note:
This connector is not used in combination with an NY4140.
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5.8
Encoder connectors
Each motor has its own encoder connector.
Connector type on the backplane: female, 25 pins sub-D.
The following encoder connectors are available on the backplane:
ƒ E0.0 and E0.1 : drive module slot 0 encoder 0 and encoder 1 connector
ƒ E1.0 and E1.1 : drive module slot 1 encoder 0 and encoder 1 connector
Fig. 24
Encoder Ex.0 and encoder Ex.1 connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment for the encoder connectors is given in Table 21.
Wiring: shielded cable, wire diameter AWG20 (2 A).
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Table 21
Pinout encoder connectors
Pin
EnDat2.2
EnDat2.1
MSM
1
+5 Volt
+5 Volt
+5 Volt
Hiperface
Sincos
S00/S90
+5 Volt
+5 Volt
2
+2.5 Volt
3
S00+
4
S90+
5
Index+
6
Clock+
Hall A+
7
8
Hall B+
Data+
Data+
Data+
Data+ (1)
Hall C+
9
Sine+
Sine+
Sine+
10
Cosine+
Cosine+
Cosine+
11
Index+
12
Clock+
Data+ (1)
13
14
+8 Volt
0 Volt
0 Volt
0 Volt
0 Volt
0 Volt
15
S00-
16
S90-
17
Index-
18
Clock-
Hall A-
19
20
Hall BData-
Data-
Data-
Data-
Hall C-
(1)
21
Sine-
Sine-
Sine-
22
Cosine-
Cosine-
Cosine-
23
24
25
IndexClock-
Data-
(1)
0 Volt
Remark:
(1) For the Hiperface encoder cable, you must connect Data+ to pin 8 and pin 12,
and connect Data- to pin 20 and pin 24.
Fig. 25
Cable connection diagram for Hiperface encoders (Data signal lines)
Notes:
- Connect the shield of the cable to the shield of the sub-D connector.
- Use twisted pair cabling for the differential signals.
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5.9
Fast digital I/O connectors
The fast digital I/O connector (FDIGx) is available for each drive module.
Connection type on the backplane: female, 9 pins sub-D.
The following fast digital I/O connectors are available on the backplane:
ƒ FDIG0 : drive module slot 0 fast digital I/O connector
ƒ FDIG1 : drive module slot 1 fast digital I/O connector
Fig. 26
Fast digital I/O connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 22.
Wiring: shielded cable, wire diameter AWG20 (2 A).
Table 22
Pinout fast digital I/O connectors
Pin
Pin name
Function
1
GND_DIO
Ground for fast digital I/O
2
FastOut0
Fast 24 Volt Output 0
3
FastOut1
Fast 24 Volt Output 1
4
FastIn0
+ Fast 24 Volt Input 0
5
FastIn1
+ Fast 24 Volt Input 1
6
24V_DIO
24 Volt I/O supply
7
24V_DIO
24 Volt I/O supply
8
GND_DIO
Ground for digital I/O
9
GND_DIO
Ground for digital I/O
Notes:
- Connect the shield of the cable to the shield of the sub-D connector.
- GND_DIO and 24V_DIO pins of the FDIGx connectors are also connected to
GND_DIO and 24V_DIO pins of the DIGx connectors.
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5.10 Digital I/O connectors
The digital I/O connector (DIGx) is available for each drive module.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 25 pins sub-D.
The following digital I/O connectors are available on the backplane:
ƒ DIG0 : drive module slot 0 digital I/O connector
ƒ DIG1 : drive module slot 1 digital I/O connector
14
25
Fig. 27
1
13
Digital I/O connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 23.
Wiring: shielded cable, wire diameter AWG20 (2 A).
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Table 23
Pin
Pinout digital I/O connectors
Pin name
Function
1
DigIn0
Digital Input in group 0
2
DigIn1
Digital Input in group 0
3
DigIn2
Digital Input in group 0
4
DigIn3
Digital Input in group 0
5
DigIn4
Digital Input in group 1
6
DigIn5
Digital Input in group 1
7
DigIn6
- Digital Input in group 1, or
- Stop alarm input for axis 0 in group 1
(only supported NY4120 and NY4140)
8
DigIn7
- Digital Input in group 1, or
- Stop alarm input for axis 1 in group 1
(only supported NY4120)
9
GND_DIO
Ground for digital Output, connected to power supply
10
DigOut0
Digital Output
11
DigOut1
Digital Output
12
DigOut2
Digital Output
13
DigOut3
Digital Output
14
DigComm0
Common for digital Input group 0, may be ground or 24V
15
DigIn8
Digital Input in group 2 (only supported NY4130)
16
DigIn9
Digital Input in group 2 (only supported NY4130)
17
DigIn10
Stop alarm input for axis 0 in group 2
(only supported NY4130)
18
DigIn11
Stop alarm input for axis 1 in group 2
(only supported NY4130)
19
DigComm2
Common for digital Input group 2, may be ground or 24V
(Note: connection to 24V only allowed if DigIn10 and
DigIn11 are not used)
20
DigComm1
Common for digital Input group 1, may be ground or 24V
21
GND_DIO
Ground for digital Output, connected to power supply
22
24V_DIO
24 Volt digital Output supply
23
24V_DIO
24 Volt digital Output supply
24
24V_DIO
24 Volt digital Output supply
25
24V_DIO
24 Volt digital Output supply
Notes:
- Connect the shield of the cable to the shield of the sub-D connector.
- Each pin is rated for a load of 1 A. Connect pin # 22, 23, 24, and 25 to match
the total load connected to the digital output pins.
- GND_DIO and 24V_DIO pins of the DIGx connectors are also connected to
GND_DIO and 24V_DIO pins of the FDIGx connectors.
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5.11 Analog I/O connector
For each drive module an analog I/O connector is available.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 9 pins sub-D.
The following analog I/O connectors are available on the backplane:
ƒ AN0 : drive module slot 0 analog I/O connector
ƒ AN1 : drive module slot 1 analog I/O connector
1
6
9
5
Fig. 28
Analog I/O connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 24.
Wiring: shielded cable, wire diameter AWG26.
Table 24
Pinout analog I/O connector
Pin
Pin name
Function
1
AnIn0+
Positive analog input +/- 10 V (differential or single ended)
2
AnIn0C
• NY4120/NY4140: Positive analog input 4-20 mA must be
linked in connector to AnIn0+.
• NY4130: analog reference output voltage.
3
AnIn0-
• Negative analog input +/- 10 V (differential input) or
connected to AnGND in case of single ended input.
• Negative analog input 4-20 mA must be linked in
connector to AnGND (Only NY4120/NY4140)
4
AnOut0+
Analog output
5
AnOut1+
Analog output
6
AnIn1+
Positive analog input +/- 10 V (differential or single ended)
7
AnIn1C
• NY4120/NY4140: Positive analog input 4-20 mA must be
linked in connector to AnIn1+.
• NY4130: analog reference output voltage.
8
AnGND
Return for analog output or 4-20 mA input, ground reference
for inputs
9
AnIn1-
• Negative analog input +/- 10 V (differential input) or
connected to AnGND in case of single ended input.
• Negative analog input 4-20 mA must be linked in
connector to AnGND (Only NY4120/NY4140)
Notes:
- Connect the shield of the cable to the shield of the sub-D connector.
- Use twisted pair cabling for the differential signals (AnIn0+ / AnIn0- and
AnIn1+ / AnIn1-).
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Fig. 29
NY4042 system housing
See section 16 ‘Mechanical Characteristics’ on page 136 for the dimensions of
the system.
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6.1
Safety input connector
Connector type on the backplane: male, 4 pins, Phoenix, MCV 1,5/ 4-GF3,5.
Mating connector on the cable: Phoenix, MC 1,5/ 4-STF-3,5, order code 1847071.
1
Fig. 30
Safety connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 25.
Table 25
Pin
Pinout Safety connector
Pin name
Function
1
SHIELD
Cable shield
2
INP_COMMON
Input common
3
INP_Safety
24 Volt input safety to MCU
4
INP_Emergency
24 Volt input emergency to MCU
6.2
24V System power connector
The main 24 Volt supply connector (24V System) that is used by the MCU module
is to generate all the drive module and MCU module supply voltages.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 3 pins, Phoenix, MCV 1,5/ 3-GF3,5.
Mating connector on the cable: Phoenix, MC 1,5/ 3-STF-3,5, order code 1847068.
Fig. 31
24V System connector (backplane) pinout
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The connector pin assignment is given in Table 26.
Wiring: shielded cable, wire diameter AWG18 (4 A).
Table 26
Pinout 24V System connector
Pin
Pin name
Function
1
24V_GND
24V common
2
+24V
System power (24 Volt DC)
3
SHIELD
Cable shield
Note:
24V_GND must be connected to the same potential as SHIELD (safety ground),
not at the node side of the cable, but at the power supply.
6.3
System fan unit connector
Connector type on the backplane: male, 2 pins, Phoenix, MCV 1,5/ 2-GF3,5.
Mating connector on the cable: Phoenix, MC 1,5/ 2-STF-3,5, order code 1847055.
Fig. 32
Fan unit connector (backplane) pinout
The connection with the fuses on the system backplane is shown in Fig. 33, and
the connector pin assignment is given in Table 27.
Wiring: unshielded cable, wire diameter AWG26.
Fig. 33
Fan unit connection with auto-resetable fuse
Table 27
Pinout System fan connector
Pin
Pin name
Function
1
24V_GND
24V common (used for fan unit)
2
+24V
System power (used for fan unit)
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6.4
NY4120 / NY4140 drive power connectors
The NY4120 / NY4140 drive power connectors are used to connect the drive
power supply. For each drive module a separate drive power connector is
available.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 5 pins, Phoenix, MSTBV 2,5/ 5-GF-5,08.
Mating connector on the cable is one of the following:
ƒ MSTBC 2,5/ 5-STZF-5,08 order code 1809763, provided with crimp barrels
MSTBC-MT 1,5-2,5 order code 3190551 suitable for factory wiring only, rated
300V, 10A (exception 36.9.3 in UL 508C).
ƒ QC 1/ 5-STF-5,08 suitable for field wiring, order code 1883381.
The following NY4120 / NY4140 drive power connectors are available on the
backplane:
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
Drive Power 0 : drive power connector for drive module slot 0
Drive Power 1 : drive power connector for drive module slot 1
Drive Power 2 : drive power connector for drive module slot 2
Drive Power 3 : drive power connector for drive module slot 3
Fig. 34
NY4120 / NY4140 drive power connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 28. Note that the orientation of
the connectors at both sides of the module housing is 180° rotated.
Wiring: shielded cable, wire diameter AWG14 (10 A).
Table 28
Pin
Pinout NY4120 / NY4140 drive power connector
Pin name
Function
1
DR_PWR+
+ Drive power supply module x
2
DR_PWR+
+ Drive power supply module x
3
SHIELD
Cable shield
4
DR_GND
Ground drive power supply module x
5
DR_GND
Ground drive power supply module x
Note:
DR_GND must be connected to the same potential as SHIELD (safety ground),
not at the node side of the cable, but at the power supply.
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NY4130 drive power connectors
The NY4130 drive power connectors are used to connect the drive power supply.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 8 pins, Phoenix, MCV 1,5/ 8-GF-3,5.
Mating connector on the cable: Phoenix, MC 1,5/ 8-STF-3,5, order code 1847181.
The following drive power connectors are available on the backplane:
ƒ Drive Power NY4130 0/1 : drive power connector for drive module slot 0 and 1
ƒ Drive Power NY4130 2/3 : drive power connector for drive module slot 2 and 3
Fig. 35
NY4130 drive power connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 29. Note that the orientation of
the connectors at both sides of the module housing is 180° rotated.
Wiring: shielded cable, wire diameter AWG14 (10 A).
Table 29
Pin
Pinout NY4130 drive power connector
Pin name
Function
1
DRVPW+L0
+ Drive power supply for first drive module
2
DRVPW-L0
- Drive power supply for first drive module
3
DR_GND
Ground Drive power supply for first drive module
4
SHIELD
Cable shield
5
SHIELD
Cable shield
6
DR_GND
Ground Drive power supply for second drive module
7
DRVPW-L1
- Drive power supply module for second drive module
8
DRVPW+L1
+ Drive power supply module for second drive module
Note:
DR_GND must be connected to the same potential as SHIELD (safety ground),
not at the node side of the cable, but at the power supply.
6.6
Filter capacitor connectors
Connector type on the backplane: male, 2 pins, Phoenix, MCV 1,5/ 2-GF3,5.
Mating connector on the cable: Phoenix, MC 1,5/ 2-ST-3,5, order code 1840366.
The following filter capacitor connectors are available on the backplane:
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
CAP 0 : filter capacitor connector for Drive Power 0 connection
CAP 1 : filter capacitor connector for Drive Power 1 connection
CAP 2 : filter capacitor connector for Drive Power 2 connection
CAP 3 : filter capacitor connector for Drive Power 3 connection
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Fig. 36
Filter capacitor connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 30. Note that the orientation of
the connectors at both sides of the module housing is 180° rotated.
Table 30
Pinout Filter capacitor connector
Pin
Pin name
Function
1
DR_PWR
+ connection of the capacitor
2
DR_GND
- connection of the capacitor
Bosch Rexroth offers a standard Filter Capacitor kit, NY4921. See for more
information chapter 10.
Note:
Observe the polarity of the connection to the capacitor and the working voltage of
the capacitor, if you decide to dimension the filter capacitor tailored to your motion
application.
6.7
Motor connectors
Each drive module contains two motor connectors, each connector for one axis.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 8 pins, Phoenix, MSTBV 2,5/ 8-GF-5,08.
Mating connector on the cable is one of the following:
ƒ MSTBC 2,5/ 8-STZF-5,08 order code 1809792, provided with crimp barrels
MSTBC-MT 1,5-2,5 order code 3190551 suitable for factory wiring only, rated
300V, 10A (exception 36.9.3 in UL 508C needs to be used).
ƒ QC 1/ 8-STF-5,08 suitable for field wiring, order code 1883417.
Note:
Motor connection to NY4140 differs from motor connection to NY4120 and
NY4130.
The following motor connectors are available on the backplane:
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
M0.0 and M0.1 : drive module slot 0 motor 0 and motor 1 connector
M1.0 and M1.1 : drive module slot 1 motor 0 and motor 1 connector
M2.0 and M2.1 : drive module slot 2 motor 0 and motor 1 connector
M3.0 and M3.1 : drive module slot 3 motor 0 and motor 1 connector
1
Fig. 37
Motor connector (backplane) pinout
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The connector pin assignment for motor 0 of the NY4120 and NY4130, and the
high voltage motor of the NY4140 is given in Table 31.
The connector pin assignment for motor 1 of the NY4120 and NY4130 is given in
Table 32.
Wiring: shielded cable, wire diameter AWG14 (10 A).
Table 31
Pinout motor Mx.0 (NY4120, NY4130, and NY4140) connectors
Pin name
Stepper
motor
NY4120
1
HB1+
A+
2
HB1-
A-
U
3
HB2+
B+
V
4
HB2-
B-
W
5
HB3-
6
DR_GND
7
SHIELD
Shield of motor cable
8
PE
Protective earth of motor
Pin
Table 32
BLAC / BLDC
motor
NY4120
BLAC / DC
motor
NY4140
+VDCmot
-VDCmot
U
V / +VDCmot
W / -VDCmot
Used for
unbalanced
motor (only on
NY4130)
Pinout motor Mx.1 (NY4120 and NY4130) connectors
Pin name
stepper
motor
NY4120
1
HB3+
A+
2
HB3-
A-
U
3
HB4+
B+
V
4
HB4-
B-
W
Pin
DC motor
NY4120
NY4130
5
BLAC / BLDC
motor
NY4120
DC motor
NY4120
NY4130
+VDCmot
-VDCmot
Not used
6
DR_GND
Used for unbalanced
motor (only on NY4130)
7
SHIELD
Shield of motor cable
8
PE
Protective earth of motor
Note:
This connector is not used in combination with an NY4140.
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6.8
Encoder connectors
Each motor has its own encoder connector.
Connector type on the backplane: female, 25 pins sub-D.
The following encoder connectors are available on the backplane:
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
E0.0 and E0.1 : drive module slot 0 encoder 0 and encoder 1 connector
E1.0 and E1.1 : drive module slot 1 encoder 0 and encoder 1 connector
E2.0 and E2.1 : drive module slot 2 encoder 0 and encoder 1 connector
E3.0 and E3.1 : drive module slot 3 encoder 0 and encoder 1 connector
Fig. 38
Encoder Ex.0 and encoder Ex.1 connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment for the encoder connectors is given in Table 33.
Wiring: shielded cable, wire diameter AWG20 (2 A).
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Table 33
Pinout encoder connectors
Pin
EnDat2.2
EnDat2.1
MSM
1
+5 Volt
+5 Volt
+5 Volt
Hiperface
Sincos
S00/S90
+5 Volt
+5 Volt
2
+2.5 Volt
3
S00+
4
S90+
5
Index+
6
Clock+
Hall A+
7
8
Hall B+
Data+
Data+
Data+
Data+ (1)
Hall C+
9
Sine+
Sine+
Sine+
10
Cosine+
Cosine+
Cosine+
11
Index+
12
Clock+
Data+ (1)
13
14
+8 Volt
0 Volt
0 Volt
0 Volt
0 Volt
0 Volt
15
S00-
16
S90-
17
Index-
18
Clock-
Hall A-
19
20
Hall BData-
Data-
Data-
Data-
Hall C-
(1)
21
Sine-
Sine-
Sine-
22
Cosine-
Cosine-
Cosine-
23
24
25
IndexClock-
Data-
(1)
0 Volt
Remark:
(1) For the Hiperface encoder cable, you must connect Data+ to pin 8 and pin 12,
and connect Data- to pin 20 and pin 24.
Fig. 39
Cable connection diagram for Hiperface encoders (Data signal lines)
Notes:
- Connect the shield of the cable to the shield of the sub-D connector.
- Use twisted pair cabling for the differential signals.
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6.9
Fast digital I/O connectors
The fast digital I/O connector (FDIGx) is available for each drive module.
Connection type on the backplane: female, 9 pins sub-D.
The following fast digital I/O connectors are available on the backplane:
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
FDIG0 : drive module slot 0 fast digital I/O connector
FDIG1 : drive module slot 1 fast digital I/O connector
FDIG2 : drive module slot 2 fast digital I/O connector
FDIG3 : drive module slot 3 fast digital I/O connector
Fig. 40
Fast digital I/O connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 34.
Wiring: shielded cable, wire diameter AWG20 (2 A).
Table 34
Pinout fast digital I/O connectors
Pin
Pin name
Function
1
GND_DIO
Ground for fast digital I/O
2
FastOut0
Fast 24 Volt Output 0
3
FastOut1
Fast 24 Volt Output 1
4
FastIn0
+ Fast 24 Volt Input 0
5
FastIn1
+ Fast 24 Volt Input 1
6
24V_DIO
24 Volt I/O supply
7
24V_DIO
24 Volt I/O supply
8
GND_DIO
Ground for digital I/O
9
GND_DIO
Ground for digital I/O
Notes:
- Connect the shield of the cable to the shield of the sub-D connector.
- GND_DIO and 24V_DIO pins of the FDIGx connectors are also connected to
GND_DIO and 24V_DIO pins of the DIGx connectors.
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6.10 Digital I/O connectors
The digital I/O connector (DIGx) is available for each drive module.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 25 pins sub-D.
The following digital I/O connectors are available on the backplane:
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
DIG0 : drive module slot 0 digital I/O connector
DIG1 : drive module slot 1 digital I/O connector
DIG2 : drive module slot 2 digital I/O connector
DIG3 : drive module slot 3 digital I/O connector
14
25
Fig. 41
1
13
Digital I/O connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 35.
Wiring: shielded cable, wire diameter AWG20 (2 A).
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Table 35
Pin
Pinout digital I/O connectors
Pin name
Function
1
DigIn0
Digital Input in group 0
2
DigIn1
Digital Input in group 0
3
DigIn2
Digital Input in group 0
4
DigIn3
Digital Input in group 0
5
DigIn4
Digital Input in group 1
6
DigIn5
Digital Input in group 1
7
DigIn6
- Digital Input in group 1, or
- Stop alarm input for axis 0 in group 1
(only supported NY4120 and NY4140)
8
DigIn7
- Digital Input in group 1, or
- Stop alarm input for axis 1 in group 1
(only supported NY4120)
9
GND_DIO
Ground for digital Output, connected to power supply
10
DigOut0
Digital Output
11
DigOut1
Digital Output
12
DigOut2
Digital Output
13
DigOut3
Digital Output
14
DigComm0
Common for digital Input group 0, may be ground or 24V
15
DigIn8
Digital Input in group 2 (only supported NY4130)
16
DigIn9
Digital Input in group 2 (only supported NY4130)
17
DigIn10
Stop alarm input for axis 0 in group 2
(only supported NY4130)
18
DigIn11
Stop alarm input for axis 1 in group 2
(only supported NY4130)
19
DigComm2
Common for digital Input group 2, may be ground or 24V
(Note: connection to 24V only allowed if DigIn10 and
DigIn11 are not used)
20
DigComm1
Common for digital Input group 1, may be ground or 24V
21
GND_DIO
Ground for digital Output, connected to power supply
22
24V_DIO
24 Volt digital Output supply
23
24V_DIO
24 Volt digital Output supply
24
24V_DIO
24 Volt digital Output supply
25
24V_DIO
24 Volt digital Output supply
Notes:
- Connect the shield of the cable to the shield of the sub-D connector.
- Each pin is rated for a load of 1 A. Connect pin # 22, 23, 24, and 25 to match
the total load connected to the digital output pins.
- GND_DIO and 24V_DIO pins of the DIGx connectors are also connected to
GND_DIO and 24V_DIO pins of the FDIGx connectors.
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6.11 Analog I/O connector
For each drive module an analog I/O connector is available.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 9 pins sub-D.
The following analog I/O connectors are available on the backplane:
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AN0 : drive module slot 0 analog I/O connector
AN1 : drive module slot 1 analog I/O connector
AN2 : drive module slot 2 analog I/O connector
AN3 : drive module slot 3 analog I/O connector
1
6
9
5
Fig. 42
Analog I/O connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 36.
Wiring: shielded cable, wire diameter AWG26.
Table 36
Pinout analog I/O connector
Pin
Pin name
Function
1
AnIn0+
Positive analog input +/- 10 V (differential or single ended)
2
AnIn0C
• NY4120/NY4140: Positive analog input 4-20 mA must be
linked in connector to AnIn0+.
• NY4130: analog reference output voltage.
3
AnIn0-
• Negative analog input +/- 10 V (differential input) or
connected to AnGND in case of single ended input.
• Negative analog input 4-20 mA must be linked in
connector to AnGND (Only NY4120/NY4140)
4
AnOut0+
Analog output
5
AnOut1+
Analog output
6
AnIn1+
Positive analog input +/- 10 V (differential or single ended)
7
AnIn1C
• NY4120/NY4140: Positive analog input 4-20 mA must be
linked in connector to AnIn1+.
• NY4130: analog reference output voltage.
8
AnGND
Return for analog output or 4-20 mA input, ground reference
for inputs
9
AnIn1-
• Negative analog input +/- 10 V (differential input) or
connected to AnGND in case of single ended input.
• Negative analog input 4-20 mA must be linked in
connector to AnGND (Only NY4120/NY4140)
Notes:
- Connect the shield of the cable to the shield of the sub-D connector.
- Use twisted pair cabling for the differential signals (AnIn0+ / AnIn0- and
AnIn1+ / AnIn1-).
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safety connector
system power connector
system fan unit connector
Safety earth connection screw
3 x drive power connector
NY4130
5 x filter capacitor connector
5 x drive power connector
NY4120 / NY4140
10 x motor connector
10 x encoder connector
5 x analog I/O connector
5 x digital I/O connector
5 x fast digital I/O connector
Fig. 43
NY4052 system housing
See section 16 ‘Mechanical Characteristics’ on page 136 for the dimensions of
the system.
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7.1
Safety input connector
Connector type on the backplane: male, 4 pins, Phoenix, MCV 1,5/ 4-GF3,5.
Mating connector on the cable: Phoenix, MC 1,5/ 4-STF-3,5, order code 1847071.
1
Fig. 44
Safety connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 37.
Table 37
Pin
Pinout Safety connector
Pin name
Function
1
SHIELD
Cable shield
2
INP_COMMON
Input common
3
INP_Safety
24 Volt input safety to MCU
4
INP_Emergency
24 Volt input emergency to MCU
7.2
24V System power connector
The main 24 Volt supply connector (24V System) that is used by the MCU module
is to generate all the drive module and MCU module supply voltages.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 3 pins, Phoenix, MCV 1,5/ 3-GF3,5.
Mating connector on the cable: Phoenix, MC 1,5/ 3-STF-3,5, order code 1847068.
Fig. 45
24V System connector (backplane) pinout
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The connector pin assignment is given in Table 38.
Wiring: shielded cable, wire diameter AWG18 (4 A).
Table 38
Pinout 24V System connector
Pin
Pin name
Function
1
24V_GND
24V common
2
+24V
System power (24 Volt DC)
3
SHIELD
Cable shield
Note:
DR_GND must be connected to the same potential as SHIELD (safety ground),
not at the node side of the cable, but at the power supply.
7.3
System fan unit connector
Connector type on the backplane: male, 2 pins, Phoenix, MCV 1,5/ 2-GF3,5.
Mating connector on the cable: Phoenix, MC 1,5/ 2-STF-3,5, order code 1847055.
Fig. 46
Fan unit connector (backplane) pinout
The connection with the fuses on the system backplane is shown in Fig. 47, and
the connector pin assignment is given in Table 39.
Wiring: unshielded cable, wire diameter AWG26.
Table 39
Pinout System fan connector
Pin
Pin name
Function
1
24V_GND
24V common (used for fan unit)
2
+24V
System power (used for fan unit)
Fig. 47
Fan unit connection with auto-resetable fuse
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7.4
NY4120 / NY4140 drive power connectors
The NY4120 / NY4140 drive power connectors are used to connect the drive
power supply. For each drive module a separate drive power connector is
available.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 5 pins, Phoenix, MSTBV 2,5/ 5-GF-5,08.
Mating connector on the cable is one of the following:
ƒ MSTBC 2,5/ 5-STZF-5,08 order code 1809763, provided with crimp barrels
MSTBC-MT 1,5-2,5 order code 3190551 suitable for factory wiring only, rated
300V, 10A (exception 36.9.3 in UL 508C).
ƒ QC 1/ 5-STF-5,08 suitable for field wiring, order code 1883381.
The following NY4120 / NY4140 drive power connectors are available on the
backplane:
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ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
Drive Power 0 : drive power connector for drive module slot 0
Drive Power 1 : drive power connector for drive module slot 1
Drive Power 2 : drive power connector for drive module slot 2
Drive Power 3 : drive power connector for drive module slot 3
Drive Power 4 : drive power connector for drive module slot 4
Fig. 48
NY4120 / NY4140 drive power connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 40. Note that the orientation of
the connectors at both sides of the module housing is 180° rotated.
Wiring: shielded cable, wire diameter AWG14 (10 A).
Table 40
Pin
Pinout NY4120 / NY4140 drive power connector
Pin name
Function
1
DR_PWR+
+ Drive power supply module x
2
DR_PWR+
+ Drive power supply module x
3
SHIELD
Cable shield
4
DR_GND
Ground drive power supply module x
5
DR_GND
Ground drive power supply module x
Note:
DR_GND must be connected to the same potential as SHIELD (safety ground),
not at the node side of the cable, but at the power supply.
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7.5
NY4130 drive power connectors
The NY4130 drive power connectors are used to connect the drive power supply.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 8 pins, Phoenix, MCV 1,5/ 8-GF-3,5.
Mating connector on the cable: Phoenix, MC 1,5/ 8-STF-3,5, order code 1847181.
The following drive power connectors are available on the backplane:
ƒ Drive Power NY4130 0/1 : drive power connector for drive module slot 0 and 1
ƒ Drive Power NY4130 2 : drive power connector for drive module slot 2
ƒ Drive Power NY4130 3/4 : drive power connector for drive module slot 3 and 4
1
Fig. 49
NY4130 drive power connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 41. Note that the orientation of
the connectors at both sides of the module housing is 180° rotated.
Wiring: shielded cable, wire diameter AWG14 (10 A).
Table 41
Pin
Pinout NY4130 drive power connector
Pin name
Function
1
DRVPW+L0
+ Drive power supply for first drive module
2
DRVPW-L0
- Drive power supply for first drive module
3
DR_GND
Ground Drive power supply for first drive module
4
SHIELD
Cable shield
5
SHIELD
Cable shield
6
DR_GND
Ground Drive power supply for second drive module
7
DRVPW-L1
- Drive power supply module for second drive module
8
DRVPW+L1
+ Drive power supply module for second drive module
Note:
DR_GND must be connected to the same potential as SHIELD (safety ground),
not at the node side of the cable, but at the power supply.
7.6
Filter capacitor connectors
Connector type on the backplane: male, 2 pins, Phoenix, MCV 1,5/ 2-GF3,5.
Mating connector on the cable: Phoenix, MC 1,5/ 2-ST-3,5, order code 1840366.
The following filter capacitor connectors are available on the backplane:
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CAP 0 : filter capacitor connector for Drive Power 0 connection
CAP 1 : filter capacitor connector for Drive Power 1 connection
CAP 2 : filter capacitor connector for Drive Power 2 connection
CAP 3 : filter capacitor connector for Drive Power 3 connection
CAP 4 : filter capacitor connector for Drive Power 4 connection
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Fig. 50
Filter capacitor connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 42. Note that the orientation of
the connectors at both sides of the module housing is 180° rotated.
Table 42
Pinout Filter capacitor connector
Pin
Pin name
Function
1
DR_PWR
+ connection of the capacitor
2
DR_GND
- connection of the capacitor
Bosch Rexroth offers a standard Filter Capacitor kit, NY4921. See for more
information chapter 10.
Note:
Observe the polarity of the connection to the capacitor and the working voltage of
the capacitor, if you decide to dimension the filter capacitor tailored to your motion
application.
7.7
Motor connectors
Each drive module contains two motor connectors, each connector for one axis.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 8 pins, Phoenix, MSTBV 2,5/ 8-GF-5,08.
Mating connector on the cable is one of the following:
ƒ MSTBC 2,5/ 8-STZF-5,08 order code 1809792, provided with crimp barrels
MSTBC-MT 1,5-2,5 order code 3190551 suitable for factory wiring only, rated
300V, 10A (exception 36.9.3 in UL 508C needs to be used).
ƒ QC 1/ 8-STF-5,08 suitable for field wiring, order code 1883417.
Note:
Motor connection to NY4140 differs from motor connection to NY4120 and
NY4130.
The following motor connectors are available on the backplane:
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ƒ
ƒ
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M0.0 and M0.1 : drive module slot 0 motor 0 and motor 1 connector
M1.0 and M1.1 : drive module slot 1 motor 0 and motor 1 connector
M2.0 and M2.1 : drive module slot 2 motor 0 and motor 1 connector
M3.0 and M3.1 : drive module slot 3 motor 0 and motor 1 connector
M4.0 and M4.1 : drive module slot 4 motor 0 and motor 1 connector
1
Fig. 51
Motor connector (backplane) pinout
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The connector pin assignment for motor 0 of the NY4120 and NY4130, and the
high voltage motor of the NY4140 is given in Table 43.
The connector pin assignment for motor 1 of the NY4120 and NY4130 is given in
Table 44.
Wiring: shielded cable, wire diameter AWG14 (10 A).
Table 43
Pinout motor Mx.0 (NY4120, NY4130, and NY4140) connectors
Pin name
Stepper
motor
NY4120
1
HB1+
A+
2
HB1-
A-
U
3
HB2+
B+
V
4
HB2-
B-
W
5
HB3-
6
DR_GND
7
SHIELD
Shield of motor cable
8
PE
Protective earth of motor
Pin
Table 44
BLAC / BLDC
motor
NY4120
BLAC / DC
motor
NY4140
+VDCmot
-VDCmot
U
V / +VDCmot
W / -VDCmot
Used for
unbalanced
motor (only on
NY4130)
Pinout motor Mx.1 (NY4120 and NY4130) connectors
Pin name
stepper
motor
NY4120
1
HB3+
A+
2
HB3-
A-
U
3
HB4+
B+
V
4
HB4-
B-
W
Pin
DC motor
NY4120
NY4130
5
BLAC / BLDC
motor
NY4120
DC motor
NY4120
NY4130
+VDCmot
-VDCmot
Not used
6
DR_GND
Used for unbalanced
motor (only on NY4130)
7
SHIELD
Shield of motor cable
8
PE
Protective earth of motor
Note:
This connector is not used in combination with an NY4140.
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7.8
Encoder connectors
Each motor has its own encoder connector.
Connector type on the backplane: female, 25 pins sub-D.
The following encoder connectors are available on the backplane:
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ƒ
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E0.0 and E0.1 : drive module slot 0 encoder 0 and encoder 1 connector
E1.0 and E1.1 : drive module slot 1 encoder 0 and encoder 1 connector
E2.0 and E2.1 : drive module slot 2 encoder 0 and encoder 1 connector
E3.0 and E3.1 : drive module slot 3 encoder 0 and encoder 1 connector
E4.0 and E4.1 : drive module slot 4 encoder 0 and encoder 1 connector
Fig. 52
Encoder Ex.0 and encoder Ex.1 connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment for the encoder connectors is given in Table 45.
Wiring: shielded cable, wire diameter AWG20 (2 A).
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Table 45
Pinout encoder connectors
Pin
EnDat2.2
EnDat2.1
MSM
1
+5 Volt
+5 Volt
+5 Volt
Hiperface
Sincos
S00/S90
+5 Volt
+5 Volt
2
+2.5 Volt
3
S00+
4
S90+
5
Index+
6
Clock+
Hall A+
7
8
Hall B+
Data+
Data+
Data+
Data+ (1)
Hall C+
9
Sine+
Sine+
Sine+
10
Cosine+
Cosine+
Cosine+
11
Index+
12
Clock+
Data+ (1)
13
14
+8 Volt
0 Volt
0 Volt
0 Volt
0 Volt
0 Volt
15
S00-
16
S90-
17
Index-
18
Clock-
Hall A-
19
20
Hall BData-
Data-
Data-
Data-
Hall C-
(1)
21
Sine-
Sine-
Sine-
22
Cosine-
Cosine-
Cosine-
23
24
25
IndexClock-
Data-
(1)
0 Volt
Remark:
(1) For the Hiperface encoder cable, you must connect Data+ to pin 8 and pin 12,
and connect Data- to pin 20 and pin 24.
Fig. 53
Cable connection diagram for Hiperface encoders (Data signal lines)
Notes:
- Connect the shield of the cable to the shield of the sub-D connector.
- Use twisted pair cabling for the differential signals.
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7.9
Fast digital I/O connectors
The fast digital I/O connector (FDIGx) is available for each drive module.
Connection type on the backplane: female, 9 pins sub-D.
The following fast digital I/O connectors are available on the backplane:
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ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
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FDIG0 : drive module slot 0 fast digital I/O connector
FDIG1 : drive module slot 1 fast digital I/O connector
FDIG2 : drive module slot 2 fast digital I/O connector
FDIG3 : drive module slot 3 fast digital I/O connector
FDIG4 : drive module slot 4 fast digital I/O connector
Fig. 54
Fast digital I/O connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 46.
Wiring: shielded cable, wire diameter AWG20 (2 A).
Table 46
Pinout fast digital I/O connectors
Pin
Pin name
Function
1
GND_DIO
Ground for fast digital I/O
2
FastOut0
Fast 24 Volt Output 0
3
FastOut1
Fast 24 Volt Output 1
4
FastIn0
+ Fast 24 Volt Input 0
5
FastIn1
+ Fast 24 Volt Input 1
6
24V_DIO
24 Volt I/O supply
7
24V_DIO
24 Volt I/O supply
8
GND_DIO
Ground for digital I/O
9
GND_DIO
Ground for digital I/O
Notes:
- Connect the shield of the cable to the shield of the sub-D connector.
- GND_DIO and 24V_DIO pins of the FDIGx connectors are also connected to
GND_DIO and 24V_DIO pins of the DIGx connectors.
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7.10 Digital I/O connectors
The digital I/O connector (DIGx) is available for each drive module.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 25 pins sub-D.
The following digital I/O connectors are available on the backplane:
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ƒ
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ƒ
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DIG0 : drive module slot 0digital I/O connector
DIG1 : drive module slot 1 digital I/O connector
DIG2 : drive module slot 2 digital I/O connector
DIG3 : drive module slot 3 digital I/O connector
DIG4 : drive module slot 4 digital I/O connector
14
25
Fig. 55
1
13
Digital I/O connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 47.
Wiring: shielded cable, wire diameter AWG20 (2 A).
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Table 47
Pin
Pinout digital I/O connectors
Pin name
Function
1
DigIn0
Digital Input in group 0
2
DigIn1
Digital Input in group 0
3
DigIn2
Digital Input in group 0
4
DigIn3
Digital Input in group 0
5
DigIn4
Digital Input in group 1
6
DigIn5
Digital Input in group 1
7
DigIn6
- Digital Input in group 1, or
- Stop alarm input for axis 0 in group 1
(only supported NY4120 and NY4140)
8
DigIn7
- Digital Input in group 1, or
- Stop alarm input for axis 1 in group 1
(only supported NY4120)
9
GND_DIO
Ground for digital Output, connected to power supply
10
DigOut0
Digital Output
11
DigOut1
Digital Output
12
DigOut2
Digital Output
13
DigOut3
Digital Output
14
DigComm0
Common for digital Input group 0, may be ground or 24V
15
DigIn8
Digital Input in group 2 (only supported NY4130)
16
DigIn9
Digital Input in group 2 (only supported NY4130)
17
DigIn10
Stop alarm input for axis 0 in group 2
(only supported NY4130)
18
DigIn11
Stop alarm input for axis 1 in group 2
(only supported NY4130)
19
DigComm2
Common for digital Input group 2, may be ground or 24V
(Note: connection to 24V only allowed if DigIn10 and
DigIn11 are not used)
20
DigComm1
Common for digital Input group 1, may be ground or 24V
21
GND_DIO
Ground for digital Output, connected to power supply
22
24V_DIO
24 Volt digital Output supply
23
24V_DIO
24 Volt digital Output supply
24
24V_DIO
24 Volt digital Output supply
25
24V_DIO
24 Volt digital Output supply
Notes:
- Connect the shield of the cable to the shield of the sub-D connector.
- Each pin is rated for a load of 1 A. Connect pin # 22, 23, 24, and 25 to match
the total load connected to the digital output pins.
- GND_DIO and 24V_DIO pins of the DIGx connectors are also connected to
GND_DIO and 24V_DIO pins of the FDIGx connectors.
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7.11 Analog I/O connector
For each drive module an analog I/O connector is available.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 9 pins sub-D.
The following analog I/O connectors are available on the backplane:
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ƒ
ƒ
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AN0 : drive module slot 0 analog I/O connector
AN1 : drive module slot 1 analog I/O connector
AN2 : drive module slot 2 analog I/O connector
AN3 : drive module slot 3 analog I/O connector
AN4 : drive module slot 4 analog I/O connector
1
6
9
5
Fig. 56
Analog I/O connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 48.
Wiring: shielded cable, wire diameter AWG26.
Table 48
Pinout analog I/O connector
Pin
Pin name
Function
1
AnIn0+
Positive analog input +/- 10 V (differential or single ended)
2
AnIn0C
• NY4120/NY4140: Positive analog input 4-20 mA must be
linked in connector to AnIn0+.
• NY4130: analog reference output voltage.
3
AnIn0-
• Negative analog input +/- 10 V (differential input) or
connected to AnGND in case of single ended input.
• Negative analog input 4-20 mA must be linked in
connector to AnGND (Only NY4120/NY4140)
4
AnOut0+
Analog output
5
AnOut1+
Analog output
6
AnIn1+
Positive analog input +/- 10 V (differential or single ended)
7
AnIn1C
• NY4120/NY4140: Positive analog input 4-20 mA must be
linked in connector to AnIn1+.
• NY4130: analog reference output voltage.
8
AnGND
Return for analog output or 4-20 mA input, ground reference
for inputs
9
AnIn1-
• Negative analog input +/- 10 V (differential input) or
connected to AnGND in case of single ended input.
• Negative analog input 4-20 mA must be linked in
connector to AnGND (Only NY4120/NY4140)
Notes:
- Connect the shield of the cable to the shield of the sub-D connector.
- Use twisted pair cabling for the differential signals (AnIn0+ / AnIn0- and
AnIn1+ / AnIn1-).
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safety connector
system power connector
system fan unit connector
2 x filter capacitor connector
t
2 x MUX PTC connector
2 x drive power connector
NY4120/10 and NY4140/10
2 x digital and fast digital I/O
connector
2 x MUX Control connector
Safety earth connection screw
4 x motor connector
Fig. 57
NY4072 system housing
See section 16 ‘Mechanical Characteristics’ on page 136 for the dimensions of
the system.
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8.1
Safety input connector
Connector type on the backplane: male, 4 pins, Phoenix, MCV 1,5/ 4-GF3,5.
Mating connector on the cable: Phoenix, MC 1,5/ 4-STF-3,5, order code 1847071.
1
Fig. 58
Safety connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 49.
Table 49
Pin
Pinout Safety connector
Pin name
Function
1
SHIELD
Cable shield
2
INP_COMMON
Input common
3
INP_Safety
24 Volt input safety to MCU
4
INP_Emergency
24 Volt input emergency to MCU
8.2
24V System power connector
The main 24 Volt supply connector (24V System) that is used by the MCU module
is to generate all the drive module and MCU module supply voltages.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 3 pins, Phoenix, MCV 1,5/ 3-GF3,5.
Mating connector on the cable: Phoenix, MC 1,5/ 3-STF-3,5, order code 1847068.
Fig. 59
24V System connector (backplane) pinout
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The connector pin assignment is given in Table 50.
Wiring: shielded cable, wire diameter AWG18 (4 A).
Table 50
Pinout 24V System connector
Pin
Pin name
Function
1
24V_GND
24V common
2
+24V
System power (24 Volt DC)
3
SHIELD
Cable shield
Note:
DR_GND must be connected to the same potential as SHIELD (safety ground),
not at the node side of the cable, but at the power supply.
8.3
System fan unit connector
Connector type on the backplane: male, 2 pins, Phoenix, MCV 1,5/ 2-GF3,5.
Mating connector on the cable: Phoenix, MC 1,5/ 2-STF-3,5, order code 1847055.
Fig. 60
Fan unit connector (backplane) pinout
The connection with the fuses on the system backplane is shown in Fig. 61, and
the connector pin assignment is given in Table 51.
Wiring: unshielded cable, wire diameter AWG26.
Table 51
Pinout System fan connector
Pin
Pin name
Function
1
24V_GND
24V common (used for fan unit)
2
+24V
System power (used for fan unit)
Fig. 61
Fan unit connection with auto-resetable fuse
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8.4
NY4120/10 and NY4140/10 drive power connectors
The NY4120/10 and NY4140/10 drive power connectors are used to connect the
drive power supply. For each drive module a separate drive power connector is
available.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 5 pins, Phoenix, MSTBV 2,5/ 5-GF-5,08.
Mating connector on the cable is one of the following:
ƒ MSTBC 2,5/ 5-STZF-5,08 order code 1809763, provided with crimp barrels
MSTBC-MT 1,5-2,5 order code 3190551 suitable for factory wiring only, rated
300V, 10A (exception 36.9.3 in UL 508C).
ƒ QC 1/ 5-STF-5,08 suitable for field wiring, order code 1883381.
The following NY4120/10 and NY4140/10 drive power connectors are available
on the backplane:
ƒ Drive Power 0 : drive power connector for drive module slot 0
ƒ Drive Power 1 : drive power connector for drive module slot 1
Fig. 62
NY4120/10 and NY4140/10 drive power connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 52.
Wiring: shielded cable, wire diameter AWG14 (10 A).
Table 52
Pin
Pinout NY4120/10 and NY4140/10 drive power connector
Pin name
Function
1
DR_PWR+
+ Drive power supply module x
2
DR_PWR+
+ Drive power supply module x
3
SHIELD
Cable shield
4
DR_GND
Ground drive power supply module x
5
DR_GND
Ground drive power supply module x
Note:
DR_GND must be connected to the same potential as SHIELD (safety ground),
not at the node side of the cable, but at the power supply.
8.5
Filter capacitor connectors
Connector type on the backplane: male, 2 pins, Phoenix, MCV 1,5/ 2-GF3,5.
Mating connector on the cable: Phoenix, MC 1,5/ 2-ST-3,5, order code 1840366.
The following filter capacitor connectors are available on the backplane:
ƒ CAP 0 : filter capacitor connector for Drive Power 0 connection
ƒ CAP 1 : filter capacitor connector for Drive Power 1 connection
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Fig. 63
Filter capacitor connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 53.
Table 53
Pinout Filter capacitor connector
Pin
Pin name
Function
1
DR_PWR
+ connection of the capacitor
2
DR_GND
- connection of the capacitor
Bosch Rexroth offers a standard Filter Capacitor kit, NY4921. See for more
information chapter 10.
Note:
Observe the polarity of the connection to the capacitor and the working voltage of
the capacitor, if you decide to dimension the filter capacitor tailored to your motion
application.
8.6
Motor connectors
Each drive module contains two motor connectors, each connector for one axis.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 8 pins, Phoenix, MSTBV 2,5/ 8-GF-5,08.
Mating connector on the cable is one of the following:
ƒ MSTBC 2,5/ 8-STZF-5,08 order code 1809792, provided with crimp barrels
MSTBC-MT 1,5-2,5 order code 3190551 suitable for factory wiring only, rated
300V, 10A (exception 36.9.3 in UL 508C).
ƒ QC 1/ 8-STF-5,08 suitable for field wiring, order code 1883417.
Note:
Motor connection to NY4140/10 differs from motor connection to NY4120/10.
The following motor connectors are available on the backplane:
ƒ M0.0 and M0.1 : drive module slot 0 motor 0 and motor 1 connector
ƒ M1.0 and M1.1 : drive module slot 1 motor 0 and motor 1 connector
1
Fig. 64
Motor connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment for motor 0 of the NY4120/10 and NY4140/10 is
given in Table 54.
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The connector pin assignment for motor 1 of the NY4120/10 is given in Table 55.
Wiring: shielded cable, wire diameter AWG14 (10 A).
Table 54
Pinout motor 0 (NY4120/10 and NY4140/10) connectors
Pin name
BLDC / BLAC
motor NY4120/10
1
HB1+
Not used
2
HB1-
U
3
HB2+
V
4
HB2-
W
5
HB3-
6
DR_GND
Servo power ground
7
SHIELD
Shield of motor cable
8
PE
Protective earth of motor
Pin
Table 55
Pin
BLDC / BLAC
motor NY4140/10
U
V
W
Pinout motor 1 (NY4120/10 only) connectors
Pin name
BLDC / BLAC motor NY4120/10
1
HB3+
Not used
2
HB3-
U
3
HB4+
V
4
HB4-
W
5
Not connected
6
DR_GND
Servo power ground
7
SHIELD
Shield of motor cable
8
PE
Protective earth of motor
Note:
This connector is not used in combination with an NY4140/10.
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8.7
NY4960 LMS MUX PTC connectors
Each drive slot has its own connector to connect the PTCs.
Connector type on the backplane: female, 9 pins sub-D.
The following PTC connectors are available on the backplane:
ƒ PTC 0/1 : drive module slot 0 MUX PTC connector
ƒ PTC 2/3 : drive module slot 1 MUX PTC connector
Fig. 65
LMS MUX PTC connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 56.
Wiring: shielded cable, wire diameter AWG20 (2 A).
Table 56
Pin
Pinout LMS MUX PTC connectors
Pin name
MUX PTC connections
1
DigIn6
MxTok0+ signal , coil 0/2 PTC
2
DigIn7
MxTok1+ signal , coil 1/3 PTC
3
Not connected
4
Not connected
5
Not connected
6
DigComm1
MxTok_gnd , ground
7
Not connected
8
Not connected
9
Not connected
Note:
Connect the shield of the cable to the shield of the sub-D connector.
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NY4960 LMS MUX Control connectors
Each drive slot has its own connector to connect the MUX Control signals.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 15 pins sub-D.
The following Control connectors are available on the backplane:
ƒ MUX 0 : drive module slot 0 MUX Control connector
ƒ MUX 1 : drive module slot 1 MUX Control connector
Fig. 66
LMS MUX Control connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 57.
Wiring: shielded cable, wire diameter AWG20 (2 A).
Table 57
Pin
Pinout LMS MUX Control connectors
Pin name
MUX Control connections
1
Dig5VIn0a+
Mxsel0+ , selection line 0 differential signal + (output)
2
Dig5VIn0b+
Mxsel1+ , selection line 1 differential signal + (output)
3
Dig5VIn0c+
Mxsel2+ , selection line 2 differential signal + (output)
4
EncGND
Mxsel_gnd , ground digital selection lines
5
AnIn0+
MxA0_in+ , analog output 0 differential input +
6
AnGND
MxA0_in0 , analog ground 0
7
AnGND
MxA1_in0 , analog ground 1
8
AnIn1+
MxA1_in+ , analog output 1 differential input +
9
Dig5VIn0a-
Mxsel0- , selection line 0 differential signal – (output)
10
Dig5VIn0b-
Mxsel1- , selection line 1 differential signal – (output)
11
Dig5VIn0c-
Mxsel2- , selection line 2 differential signal – (output)
12
13
Not used
AnIn0-
14
15
MxA0_in– , analog input 0 differential input –
Not used
AnIn1-
MxA1_in– , analog output 1 differential input –
Notes:
- Connect the shield of the cable to the shield of the sub-D connector.
- Use twisted pair cabling for the differential signals.
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8.9
Digital and fast digital I/O connectors
The digital and fast digital I/O connector ((F)DIGx) is available for each drive
module.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 25 pins sub-D.
The following digital I/O connectors are available on the backplane:
ƒ (F)DIG0 : drive module slot 0 digital and fast digital I/O connector
ƒ (F)DIG1 : drive module slot 1 digital and fast digital I/O connector
14
25
Fig. 67
1
13
Digital and fast digital I/O connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 58.
Wiring: shielded cable, wire diameter AWG20 (2 A).
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Table 58
Pin
Pinout digital and fast digital I/O connectors
Pin name
Function
1
DigIn0
Digital Input 0 in group 0
2
DigIn1
Digital Input 1 in group 0
3
DigIn2
Digital Input 2 in group 0
4
DigIn3
Digital Input 3 in group 0
5
Not connected
6
Not connected
7
FastIn0
Fast digital input 0
8
FastIn1
Fast digital input 1
9
GND_DIO
Ground for digital output, connected to power supply
10
DigOut0
Digital Output
11
DigOut1
Digital Output
12
DigOut2
Digital Output
13
DigOut3
Digital Output
14
DigComm0
Common for digital Input group 0, may be ground or 24V
15
Not connected
16
Not connected
17
FastOut0
Fast digital output 0
18
FastOut1
Fast digital output 1
19
Not connected
20
Not connected
21
GND_DIO
Ground for digital output, connected to power supply
22
24V_DIO
24 Volt digital (fast) output supply
23
24V_DIO
24 Volt digital (fast) output supply
24
24V_DIO
24 Volt digital (fast) output supply
25
24V_DIO
24 Volt digital (fast) output supply
Notes:
- Connect the shield of the cable to the shield of the sub-D connector.
- Each pin is rated for a load of 1 A. Connect pin # 22, 23, 24, and 25 to match
the total load connected to the digital output pins.
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9 NY4901 Strain Relief
The NY4110 Motion Control Unit uses FireWire connections to connect to other
nodes and the host. The NY4901 strain relief is developed, because FireWire
connectors do not support a locking mechanism.
The NY4901 strain relief consists of a bracket, a lock washer and a screw.
Fig. 68
NY4901 strain relief, bracket, lock washer and screw
Installation of the NY4901 strain relief on an NY4110
When you look at the front of the NY4110, the large plate of the bracket is at the
left side of the NY4110. First, you hook the lower corner of the bracket (the corner
shown at the right side in Fig. 68) on the bottom end of the NY4110 at an angle of
approximately 60°. Place the bracket against the front of the NY4110, and install
the bracket with the lock washer and the screw.
You can secure the connections of the FireWire connector(s) to the MCU with the
NY4901 using a tie-wrap around the cable and the holes in the NY4901 bracket,
see Fig. 69.
Fig. 69
FireWire cable attached to the NY4901 Strain Relief on the NY4110 MCU
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NY4916/10 Host adapter
10 NY4916/10 Host adapter
The NY4916/10 is a card with a PCI interface to install in a PCI slot of a PC. The
NY4916/10 host adapter facilitates the connection of a host PC to the NY4111
MCU module using a shielded Cat-5e or Cat-6 cable with RJ45 connectors or
FireWire cable with FireWire connectors. The RJ45 connections and the FireWire
connection can be used at the same time to communicate with connected nodes.
Fig. 70
NY4916/10 host adapter
NY4916/10 main features:
ƒ Standard PCI interface for installation in any PCI slot of a modern PC.
ƒ One FireWire interface connector for IEEE 1394b cable length up to 4.5 meter.
ƒ Two RJ45 interface connectors.
- Use “crossed STP” Cat-5e cable for lengths ≤ 20 meter.
- Use “crossed STP” Cat-6 cable for lengths > 20 meter and ≤ 50 meter.
ƒ Widely available standard crossed Ethernet cabling.
ƒ IEC60950 compliant (to be tested).
Table 59 shows the standard Ethernet cable pin definition and its use for IEEE
1394b communication. With this pin assignment the connection between the
NY4916/10 host adapter card and the NY4111 MCU must always be a crossed
cable.
Table 59
connector 1
pin number
Connector pin assignment and wire color coding
connector 2
pin number
Wire color
Wire diagram
10Base-T
100Base-T
IEEE 1394b
1
3
White/orange
Transmit +
TPB +
2
6
Orange
Transmit -
TPB -
3
1
White/green
Receive +
TPA +
4
7
Blue
Not used
Not connected
5
8
White/blue
Not used
Not connected
6
2
Green
Receive -
TPA -
7
4
White/brown
Not used
Not connected
8
5
Brown
Not used
Not connected
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The crossed Ethernet cable is defined as shown in Fig. 71.
Fig. 71
Crossed Ethernet cable wiring
10.1 Field diagnostics
Both RJ45 connectors on the NY4916/10 include the standard green link contact
indicator LED. The green LED indicates the connection to the IEEE 1394b link
layer. The yellow LED of the RJ45 connectors is not used.
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NY4921 Filter Capacitor kit
11 NY4921 Filter Capacitor kit
The NYCe4000 drive modules NY4120, NY4140 and NY4120/10, NY4140/10
need an extra capacitor with a low ESR (Equivalent Series Resistance) for
optimal functionality at high currents. The capacitor is needed to reduce the ripple
on the supply voltage during the PWM switching cycles.
To prevent touching the contacts of the capacitor an encapsulation is supplied.
The encapsulation does not cover the overpressure valve of the capacitor.
Each capacitor kit consists of a capacitor unit with a cable and a Phoenix
connector, a clamp and two screws M3x4 to install the clamp on the standard
system housing, see Fig. 72.
Fig. 72
NY4921 capacitor kit
Different capacitor kits are available for the NY4120, NY4120/10 and the NY4140,
NY4140/10 drive module, see Table 60.
Table 60
Capacitor kits for the NY4120 and NY4140 drive modules
Drive module
Capacitor kit
Specifications
NY4120
NY4120/10
NY4921/00
Capacity: 6800 µF
Working voltage : 100 Volt
Surge voltage : 125 Volt DC
NY4140
NY4140/10
NY4921/10
Capacity : 2200 µF
Working voltage : 200 Volt
Surge voltage : 250 Volt DC
A 2-pin Phoenix connector (MC 1,5/ 2-STF-3,5) is installed at the end of the
wires, pin #1 connects the “+”, and pin #2 connects the “-“ of the capacitor. Pin #1
of the connector is at the right-hand side when you look at the connector with the
terminal screws visible and the connector pins point downwards. See also Fig. 72.
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Installation
The capacitor must be installed as close as possible to the drives. For this
purpose the I/O backplane in the standard system housings (NY4012, NY4042,
NY4052, and NY4072) have dedicated connector(s) (labelled CAPx) to connect
the capacitor(s). The system housing has holes with M3 threading at both sides to
install the clamp(s) against the system housing with two M3 screws, length 4 mm.
Fig. 73
Example of an installed NY4921/10 on the NY4052 system housing
There is no proper solution available for the mounting of the capacitor on the
legacy system housings (NY4010, NY4040, and NY4050). It is essential that the
wiring from the power connector to the capacitor is short.
The following steps provide a possible solution. Remove the Phoenix connector
from the NY4921, shorten the wires as much as possible and connect them to the
drive power connector of the NY4120/NY4140. See Fig. 74.
Fig. 74
Electrolytic capacitor with NY4040 system housing
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NY4930 Brake Unit
12 NY4930 Brake Unit
Green status LED
Red over-temperature LED
Trip level switch
Voltage range switch
fan unit connector
protective earth screw
Status connector
drive power output connector
drive power input connector
Fig. 75
NY4930/20 Brake Unit, with NY4922/10 fan unit
See section 16 ‘Mechanical Characteristics’ on page 136 for the dimensions of
the system.
NY4930 main features:
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
drive power feed-through of 20 A DC for easy connectivity
dissipation limiting circuits to prevent self-destruction
digital status output signals and LED status indication
parallel connection of more Brake Units possible to support higher dissipation
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12.1 Introduction
When a motor is decelerated by the NYCe4000 motion control system,
mechanical energy is converted into electrical energy. This conversion is called
regeneration. A part of this regeneration energy is lost to friction in the mechanical
system, and converted into heat due to I2R losses in the motor windings, cabling
and drive module electronics. The rest of the regeneration energy is added to the
electrical energy already stored in the internal capacitors of the system (drive
power supply, drive module, optional installed capacitors). This regeneration
energy causes an increase of the voltage level of these capacitors. If too much
energy is added to the capacitors in the system, the drive voltage can increase to
a level where the over-voltage detection of the drive module will shut down the
drive. If the voltage level increases above the absolute maximum voltage rating,
damage to the drive power supply and/or the drive module may occur.
The Brake Unit is a standalone module in the NYCe4000 system. The Brake Unit
includes a capacitor to store regeneration energy, and has a control circuit that
shunts some of the regeneration energy into a resistor if the voltage level
increases too much. The Brake Unit is only needed in a system with NY4120
and/or NY4140 drive modules.
Three different models of the NY4930 are available to cover a wide range of drive
power supply voltages.
12.2 Functional description
The NY4930 has a large capacitor C at the input to buffer energy and filter
outgoing pulses. A user-selectable switch sets the factor for the drive voltage
divider. An internal circuit measures the temperature. The drive voltage and the
temperature are compared. The output of the comparator generates the so-called
dissipation signal, and this signal can turn the FET on and off. The regeneration
energy is dissipated in the high-dissipation resistor R when the FET is turned on.
See the (simplified) schematic in Fig. 76.
Fig. 76
Functional diagram of the NY4930
Two status signals are available to notify the system of the state of the Brake
Unit. One output provides the functional status, and the other output signals the
temperature status. The output signals are created with relay contacts and thus
electrically isolated. The output signals are also visible via LEDs on the Brake
Unit.
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The Brake Unit can be in 4 different states.
State 1
The Brake Unit is in state 1 when no regeneration energy or little regeneration
energy is generated. The Brake Unit will not dissipate any energy for this reason.
In this state, capacitors store the regenerated energy.
State 2
In this state, the Brake Unit dissipates regenerated energy. The increase of the
temperature inside the Brake Unit is a measurement for the amount of dissipation.
This method enables a dissipation load balancing when more Brake Units are
connected in parallel.
State 3
The Brake Unit controls the amount of dissipation to the maximum. The Brake
Unit sets the dissipation to the maximum level and activates the “almostOVH”
signal output. It is the responsibility of the application to switch off or use motion
profiles with smaller deceleration values when this state is reached. The Brake
Unit measures the temperature inside the unit to prevent damage to the unit.
State 4
The temperature has increased to the maximum level. The Brake Unit stops the
dissipation of regenerated energy. Note that the Brake Unit does not operate as a
"circuit breaker" in failure or overload conditions. When the temperature drops
below “maximum temperature minus 10%”, the Brake Unit will revert to normal
operation.
State 5 (only on NY4930/00)
The Brake Unit detects an over voltage condition, but no over temperature
condition. In this state, the Brake Unit does not dissipate any energy. The green
STAT LED is off and the red OVT LED flashes. The potential-free contacts
“status” and “almostOVH” are open.
12.3 Drive voltage ranges
Three different models of the NY4930 Brake Unit are developed to support
several drive voltage levels. The NY4930 Brake Unit includes a 4-position switch
with 3 different settings to adjust to the used drive voltage level, see Table 61.
Table 61
The available NY4930 models and drive voltage ranges
Drive voltage
range setting 1
Drive voltage
range setting 2
Drive voltage
range setting 3
NY4930/00
15 V
24 V
36 V
NY4930/10
48 V
60 V
72 V
NY4930/20
96 V
120 V
150 V
Brake Unit model
In addition to the 3 selectable working drive voltage level ranges, the NY4930
Brake Unit has another 4-position switch to set 3 different maximum voltage
levels. The allowed maximum voltage levels are 10%, 15% and 20% above the
selected working drive voltage level.
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12.4 Diagnostics
When power is applied to the Brake Unit, the status output is activated and the
unit operates in state 1. The regeneration energy causes an increase of the drive
voltage. As long as the increase of the drive voltage is less than a certain
percentage the Brake Unit operates in state 1.
If the drive voltage increases more, the Brake Unit operates in state 2 and
dissipates energy in the resistor. The amount of dissipated energy depends on
the measured temperature. The dissipation causes a temperature increase inside
the unit. If the temperature exceeds the specified maximum temperature minus
10%, the almostOVH output is activated. The application can use this signal to
switch off or use motion profiles with smaller deceleration values.
If the temperature exceeds the specified maximum value, the Brake Unit stops
the energy dissipation to prevent damage to the unit and deactivates the status
output to signal this condition.
The two status conditions are reported by separate potential-free contacts,
“status” and “almostOVH” (see Fig. 77 and Fig. 78) and the diagnostic LEDs on
the front of the housing (see Fig. 79 and Table 62).
Fig. 77
State of the potential-free contacts
Fig. 78
Diagram of the potential-free contacts for the status signals
Fig. 79
Diagnostic “STAT” and “OVT” LED relation to NY4930 state
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Table 62
Status and over-temperature LED indications
LED indication
Description
Green status LED “STAT”
ƒ ON : the module is operating
ƒ OFF : no power, or module switched off, due
to over-temperature condition
(OVT LED is ON)
Red over-temperature LED “OVT”
ƒ OFF : status OK
ƒ ON : the internal temperature is above
maximum minus 10° K. If the green LED is
OFF, the module is above the maximum
operating temperature, and has shut down.
ƒ Flashing (only on NY4930/00) : over voltage
condition but no over temperature condition
12.5 Connections
The NY4930 Brake Unit has 4 connectors.
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
DPin - Drive power supply input
DPout - Drive power supply output
Dig - Status output
Fan - Fan Unit power
DPin – Drive power supply input
Connector type on the Brake Unit: male, 5 pins, Phoenix, MSTBV 2,5/ 5-GF-5,08
connector.
Mating connector on the cable is one of the following:
ƒ MSTBC 2,5/ 5-STZF-5,08 order code 1809763, provided with crimp barrels
MSTBC-MT 1,5-2,5 order code 3190551 suitable for factory wiring only, rated
300V, 10A (exception 36.9.3 in UL 508C).
ƒ QC 1/ 5-STF-5,08 suitable for field wiring, order code 1883381.
Fig. 80
Drive power supply input connector on the Brake Unit
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Table 63
Pinout drive power supply input connector
Pin
Pin name
Function
1
Power
Power supply (15 V … 150 V)
2
Power
Power supply (15 V … 150 V)
3
Shield
Shielding
4
Ground
Ground (0 V)
5
Ground
Ground (0 V)
DPout – Drive power supply output
Connector type on the Brake Unit: male, 5 pins, Phoenix, MSTBV 2,5/ 5-GF-5,08
connector.
Mating connector on the cable is one of the following:
ƒ MSTBC 2,5/ 5-STZF-5,08 order code 1809763, provided with crimp barrels
MSTBC-MT 1,5-2,5 order code 3190551 suitable for factory wiring only, rated
300V, 10A (exception 36.9.3 in UL 508C).
ƒ QC 1/ 5-STF-5,08 suitable for field wiring, order code 1883381.
Fig. 81
Table 64
Drive power supply output connector on the Brake Unit
Pinout drive power supply output connector
Pin
Pin name
Function
1
Power
Power supply (15 V … 150 V)
2
Power
Power supply (15 V … 150 V)
3
Shield
Shielding
4
Ground
Ground (0 V)
5
Ground
Ground (0 V)
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Dig – Status output
Connector type on the Brake Unit: male, 9 pins sub-D.
6
9
Fig. 82
1
5
Status output connector on the Brake Unit
Table 65
Pinout status output connector
Pin
Pin name
Function
1
Status_1
Status Output
2 ,3 , 4
Not connected
5
AlmostOVH_1
Temperature Output
6
Status_2
Status Output
7,8
9
Not connected
AlmostOVH_2
Temperature Output
Fan – Fan Unit power
Connector type on the Brake Unit: male, 2 pins, Phoenix, MCV 1,5/ 2-GF3,5 for
connection of an optional NY4922 Fan Unit.
Mating connector on the cable: Phoenix, MC 1,5/ 2-STF-3,5, order code 1847055.
1
Fig. 83
Table 66
Fan unit connector on the Brake Unit
Pinout Fan unit connector
Pin
Pin name
Function
1
24V_GND
24V common (used for fan unit)
2
+24V
System power (used for fan unit)
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12.6 Installation
The position of the Brake Unit in a NYCE4000 system is shown in Fig. 84.
Fig. 84
Position of the NY4930 in the NYCe4000 system
ƒ See chapter 12.5 for the connections of the NY4930 Brake Unit.
ƒ Make sure that you connect an appropriate cable to the Protective Earth
connection screw. Use a toothed washer between the housing and the cable
connection to guarantee a good electrical connection, see also chapter 18.
ƒ The airflow goes through the Brake Unit from the bottom to the top. Make sure
that cables do not obstruct the free flow of air.
ƒ If convection cooling is not sufficient, you can install forced cooling using the
NY4922 Fan Unit.
Adjustment of working voltage range and over-voltage range
On the front of the NY4930 Brake Unit are 2 rotary switches. Looking at the front
of the NY4930, the rotary switch at the left side is the working voltage range
selector, and the rotary switch at the right side is the over-voltage range selector.
Both switches have 4 positions. On the working voltage range selector the highest
voltage range is available on 2 positions, and on the over-voltage range selector
the highest over-voltage range setting is available on 2 positions. Fig. 85 shows
the selectors for the NY4930/20. The working voltage range selector settings are
different for the different NY4930 models. The over-voltage range selector
settings are identical for all NY4930 models.
The working voltage selector is set to the used drive voltage.
The over-voltage selector sets the maximum allowable over voltage (increased
due to regeneration energy) when the Brake Unit starts operation in state 4, see
chapter 12.2.
At a working voltage of 150 Volt the 15% and 20% over-voltage settings are not
allowed, because 165 Volt is the maximum allowed voltage. This only applies to
the NY4930/20.
Note:
Change a switch setting only while power is switched off.
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Fig. 85
Positions of the rotary switches for drive voltage and over-voltage range
12.7 Expansion possibility
In the condition that one NY4930 Brake Unit is not sufficient to dissipate the
produced regeneration energy of the NYCe4000 system, you can connect Brake
Units in parallel. The parallel connection can be realized in 2 methods, depending
on the total current from the drive power supply to the NYCe4000 system. For
total currents below 20 A continuous, a feed-through connection is possible for
easy cable wiring, as shown in Fig. 86.
Drive power
supply unit
Fig. 86
DPin
DPout
DPin
DPout
DPin
DPout
DPin
DPout
NYCe4000
node
Parallel connection for currents < 20 A continuous
If the total current is higher than 20 A continuous, no feed-through connection is
possible, and the cable wiring must be solved in the machine cabling outside the
Brake Unit, as shown in Fig. 87.
Drive power
supply unit
Fig. 87
DPin
DPout
DPin
DPout
DPin
DPout
DPin
DPout
NYCe4000
node
Parallel connection for currents > 20 A continuous
In both figures only 2 Brake Units are drawn, but to meet the required dissipation
you can connect more Brake Units in parallel.
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A Brake Unit can dissipate up to 170 Watt if the unit has forced cooling. Table 67
gives the maximum total dissipation for up to 5 Brake Units connected in parallel,
if forced cooling is used. Due to a 3% tolerance between the units a safety margin
is incorporated in the specified maximum dissipation values.
Table 67
Maximum dissipation for NY4930’s connected in parallel
n (units in parallel)
Total maximum dissipation Ptotal
1
170
2
330
3
490
4
649
5
809
Due to the accuracy of the voltage-based trip levels of a Brake Unit, the
impedance of the cabling must be taken in consideration to distribute the energy
evenly over the parallel connected Brake Units, see Fig. 88.
Fig. 88
Positioning of parallel connected Brake Units
Make sure that the voltage drop in the cabling between Brake Units (∆V2) is as
low as possible otherwise the energy dissipation is not balanced over the units.
The device protected by the Brake Unit(s) must be close to the Brake Unit else
the voltage drop across the cabling must be taken into account to determine the
maximum voltage. It is advised to install the Brake Unit as close as possible to the
most critical component to be protected in the system. If the power supply must
be protected, install the Brake Unit near the power supply (minimize ∆V1). If the
drive module must be protected, install the Brake Unit near the node (minimize
∆V3).
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12.8 Specifications
Table 68
NY4930 specifications
Typical (1)
Max
Maximum outer surface
temperature on enclosure
(see also chapter 18)
65 °C
95 °C
Input capacitor
3000 µF
Servo voltage input
- NY4930/00
Voltage range 1
Voltage range 2
Voltage range 3
Absolute maximum rating
15 V
24 V
36 V
18 V
29 V
43 V
90 V
- NY4930/10
Voltage range 1
Voltage range 2
Voltage range 3
Absolute maximum rating
48 V
60 V
72 V
56 V
72 V
86 V
90 V
- NY4930/20
Voltage range 1
Voltage range 2
Voltage range 3
Absolute maximum rating
96 V
120 V
150 V
115 V
144 V
165 V
180 V
Feed-through current
20 A continuous
Power dissipation
- convection cooled
- forced cooled
40 W
170 W
Signalling output contacts
maximum switching voltage
maximum switching current
contact resistance
(measured at 1 V DC, 10 mA)
(1)
30 V DC
1A
100 mΩ max
Typical temperature values are specified at 25° C operating temperature.
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safety connector
system power connector
analog I/O connector
drive power connector NY4130
(each connector powers 2
modules => 2 drives/module)
digital I/O connector
drive power connector NY4120/
NY4140 (each connector powers
1 module => 2 drives/module)
2 x motor connector
2 x encoder connector
fast digital I/O connector
Fig. 89
NY4010 backplane
See section 16 ‘Mechanical Characteristics’ on page 136 for the dimensions of
the system.
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13.1 Safety Input Connector
Connector type on the backplane: male, four pins Molex micro Mate and Lock
connector (Molex, 44914-0402).
Fig. 90
Safety connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 69.
Table 69
Pin
Pinout Safety connector
Pin name
Function
1
INP_COMMON
Input common
2
INP_Emergency
Input emergency
3
SHIELD
Cable shield
4
INP_Safety
Input safety
13.2 System Power Connector
The main 24 volt supply connector (24V System) that is used by the MCU module
is to generate all the drive module and MCU module supply voltages.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 3 pins Mate and Lock connector
(Tyco/AMP, 173925-1).
1
2
3
Fig. 91
24V System connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 70.
Table 70
Pin
Pinout 24V System connector
Pin name
Function
1
SHIELD
Cable shield
2
+24V
System power (24 V DC, 3A)
3
24V_GND
24V common
Both the system power and 24V common are designed to conduct 3 A of current.
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13.3 NY4120/4140 Drive Power Connectors
The NY4120/4140 drive power connector is used to connect the drive power
supply. For each drive module a separate drive power connector is available.
Both the drive power and drive ground are designed to conduct 14 ampere
continuous.
Connector type on the backplane: male, Phoenix EMSTBV 2,5/ 5-GF-5,08.
1
2
3
4
5
Fig. 92
NY4120/4140 drive power connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 71.
Table 71
Pin
Pinout NY4120/4140 drive power connector
Pin name
Function
1
DR_PWR+
+ Drive power supply module x
2
DR_PWR+
+ Drive power supply module x
3
Shield
Shield, connected to housing
4
DR_GND
Ground drive power supply module x
5
DR_GND
Ground drive power supply module x
Note:
1.
DR_GND must be connected to the same potential as shield (safety ground).
2.
The absolute maximum rating of the drive power supply voltage for legacy
housings is < 75V.
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13.4 NY4130 Drive Power Connectors
The NY4130 drive power connector is used to connect the drive power supply.
For each drive module a separate drive power connector is available. Both the
drive power + and drive power - are designed to conduct 3 ampere continuous.
The drive power ground inherited the 14 ampere net attribute from the NY4120
drive ground.
Connector type on the backplane: male, Phoenix, EMCV 1,5/ 8-GF-3,5.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Fig. 93
NY4130 drive power connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 72.
Table 72
Pin
Pinout NY4130 drive power connector
Pin name
Function
1
DRVPW+L
+ Drive power supply for drive module
2
DRVPW-L
- Drive power supply for drive module
3
DR_GND
Ground Drive power supply for drive module
4
Shield
Shield, connected to housing
5
Shield
Shield, connected to housing
6
-
Not connected
7
-
Not connected
8
-
Not connected
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13.5 Motor Connectors
The drive module contains two motor connectors, each connector for one axis.
Connector type on the backplane: male, Molex 6 pins Minifit 43879-0023
Note:
Motor connection to NY4140 differs from motor connection to NY4120 and
NY4130.
Table 73
Relation between drive module (Slot) and motor connectors
Slot-0
Motor connector first axis
M0
Motor connector second axis
M1
The motor connectors are identical in pinout and must have a cable shielding
connection. The pins connected to the outputs of the four half bridges must
support a continuous current of 7 ampere.
6
5
4
3
2
1
Fig. 94
Motor connector (backplane) pinout
Connection to NY4120 and NY4130
The connector pin assignment for NY4120 and NY4130 is given in Table 74.
Table 74
Pin
Pinout motor connectors
BLAC/BLDC
motor
Pin name M0
Pin name M1
1
HB1+
HB3+
2
Shield
Shield
3
HB2+
HB4+
V
4
HB1-
HB3-
U
5
DR_GND
DR_GND
6
HB2-
HB4-
W
DC motor
Stepper
motor
+V
A+
B+
-V
A-
B-
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Brushless motors (BLDC/BLAC)
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 75.
Table 75
Pin
Pinout brushless motors (BLDC/BLAC) for NY4120
Pin name
Function
1
-
Not connected
2
Shield
Shield, connected to housing
3
V
V phase BLDC/BLAC motor
4
U
U phase BLDC/BLAC motor
5
DR_GND
Drive power ground
6
W
W phase BLDC/BLAC motor
Brushed Motors: DC
Table 76 shows the connector pin assignment.
Table 76
Pin
Pinout brushed motors: (DC) for NY4120 and NY4130
Pin name
Function
1
+V
+ DC motor
2
Shield
Shield, connected to housing
3
-
Not connected
4
-V
- DC motor
5
DR_GND
Drive power ground
6
-
Not connected
Stepper Motors
Table 77 shows the connector pin assignment.
Table 77
Pin
Pinout stepper motors for NY4120
Pin name
Function
1
A+
+ Phase 1 stepper motor
2
Shield
Shield, connected to housing
3
B+
+ Phase 2 stepper motor
4
A-
- Phase 1 stepper motor
5
DR_GND
Drive power ground
6
B-
- Phase 2 stepper motor
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Connection to NY4140
Because of high voltage constraints, the motor connection on the connectors M0
and M1 when using the NY4140, is different from motor connection on the
NY4120/NY4130. Below is the connector pin assignment for the NY4140.
Table 78
Pin
Pinout brushless motors (BLDC/BLAC) for NY4140
Pin name M0
Pin name M1
Function
1
-
-
Not connected
2
Shield
Shield
Shield, connected to housing
3
-
-
Not connected
4
U
W
U phase / W phase BLDC/BLAC motor
5
DR_GND
DR_GND
Drive power ground
6
V
-
V phase BLDC/BLAC motor
Table 79
Pin
Pinout brushed motors (DC) for NY4140
Pin name M0
Pin name M1
Function
1
-
-
Not connected
2
Shield
Shield
Shield, connected to housing
3
-
-
Not connected
4
-
-V
- DC motor
5
DR_GND
DR_GND
Drive power ground
6
+V
-
+ DC motor
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13.6 Encoder Connectors
Each motor connector has its own encoder connector (E0 and E1). The encoder
connector is of the opposite gender of the fast digital I/O connector to prevent
malfunction caused by mismatching.
Connector type on the backplane: female, 15 pins sub-D
Table 80
Relation between drive module (Slot) and encoder connectors
Slot-0
Encoder connector for first axis
E0
Encoder connector for second axis
E1
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 81.
Table 81
Pin
Pinout encoder connectors
Pin name
Function
1
Enc5V
5 Volt supply of encoder (max 300 mA)
2
EncVref
2.05 Volt
3
EncS0+
S00 / A differential input +
4
EncS90+
S90 / B differential input +
5
EncIndex+
Index differential input / non-differential input
6
Dig5VInA+
Hall A differential input + or 5V TTL input
7
Dig5VInB+
Hall B differential input + or 5V TTL input
8
Dig5VInC+
Hall C differential input + or 5V TTL input
9
EncGND
Ground for power supply for encoder
10
EncS0-
S00 / A differential input -
11
EncS90-
S90 / B differential input -
12
EncIndex-
Index differential input -
13
Dig5VInA-
Hall A differential input - or 5V TTL input
14
Dig5VInB-
Hall B differential input - or 5V TTL input
15
Dig5VInC-
Hall C differential input - or 5V TTL input
Housing Shield
Shield of cable
Housing
Fig. 95
Encoder connector (backplane) pinout
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13.7 Fast Digital I/O Connectors
The fast digital I/O connector (Fdig) is available for the drive module.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 15 pins sub-D
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 82.
Table 82
Pinout fast digital I/O connectors
Pin
Pin name
Function
1
24V_DIO
24 Volt supply for all digital outputs
2
FastIn0
Fast Input 0
3
FastIn1
Fast Input 1
4
FastOut0
Fast Output 0
5
FastOut1
Fast Output 1
6
Opt_0+
Not applicable
7
Opt_1+
Not applicable
8
Opt_2+
Not applicable
9
24V_DIO
24 Volt supply for all digital outputs
10
GND_DIO
Ground for digital input or output
11
GND_DIO
Ground for digital input or output
12
DGND
Ground for NY4199 option connector
13
Opt_0-
Not applicable
14
Opt_1-
Not applicable
15
Opt_2-
Not applicable
Housing Shield
Shield of cable
Housing
Note:
Be careful not to connect DGND to GND_DIO, otherwise malfunctioning of the
module could occur.
Fig. 96
Fast digital I/O connector (backplane) pinout
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13.8 Digital I/O Connectors
The digital I/O connector (Dig) is available for the drive module.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 25 pins sub-D
Table 83
Pin
Pinout digital I/O connectors
Pin name
Function
1
DigIn0
Digital Input in group 0
2
DigIn1
Digital Input in group 0
3
DigIn2
Digital Input in group 0
4
DigIn3
Digital Input in group 0
5
DigIn4
Digital Input in group 1
6
DigIn5
Digital Input in group 1
7
DigIn6
- Digital Input in group 1,
- Stop alarm input for axis 0 in group 1
(only supported NY4120 and NY4140)
8
DigIn7
- Digital Input in group 1,
- Stop alarm input for axis 1 in group 1
(only supported NY4120)
9
GND_DIO
Ground for digital Output, connected to power
supply
10
DigOut0
Digital Output
11
DigOut1
Digital Output
12
DigOut2
Digital Output
13
DigOut3
Digital Output
14
DigComm0
Common for digital Input group 0, may be ground
or 24V
15
DigIn8
Digital Input in group 2 (only supported NY4130)
16
DigIn9
Digital Input in group 2 (only supported NY4130)
17
DigIn10
Stop alarm input for axis 0 in group 2
(only supported NY4130)
18
DigIn11
Stop alarm input for axis 1 in group 2
(only supported NY4130)
19
DigComm2
Common for digital Input group 2, may be ground
or 24V
20
DigComm1
Common for digital Input group 1, may be ground
or 24V
21
GND_DIO
Ground for digital Output, connected to power
supply
22
24V_DIO
24 V digital Output supply
23
24V_DIO
24 V digital Output supply
24
24V_DIO
24 V digital Output supply
25
24V_DIO
24 V digital Output supply
Shield
Shield of cable
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Digital I/O connector (backplane) pinout
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13.9 Analog I/O Connector
For the drive module an analog I/O connector is available.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 9 pins sub-D
Table 84
Pin
Pinout analog I/O connector
Pin name
Function
1
AnIn0+
Positive analog input +/- 10 V (differential or single
ended)
2
AnIn0C
NY4120/4140: Positive analog input 4-20 mA must
be linked in connector to AnIn0+
NY4130: analog reference output voltage
3
AnIn0-
• Negative analog input +/- 10 V (differential
input) or connected to AnGND in case of single
ended input.
• Negative analog input 4-20 mA must be linked
in connector to AnGND (Only NY4120/NY4140)
4
AnOut0+
Analog output
5
AnOut1+
Analog output
6
AnIn1+
Positive analog input +/- 10 V (differential or single
ended)
7
AnIn1C
NY4120/4140: Positive analog input 4-20 mA must
be linked in connector to AnIn1+
NY4130: analog reference output voltage
8
AnGND
Return for analog output or 4-20 mA input, ground
reference for inputs
9
AnIn1-
• Negative analog input +/- 10 V (differential
input) or connected to AnGND in case of single
ended input.
• Negative analog input 4-20 mA must be linked
in connector to AnGND (Only NY4120/NY4140)
Housing
Fig. 98
Shield
Shield of cable
Analog I/O connector (backplane) pinout
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safety connector
system power connector
2 x drive power connector
NY4130 (each connector
powers 2 modules => 2
drives/module)
4 x drive power connector
NY4120/4140 (each connector
powers 1 module => 2
drives/module)
8 x motor connector
8 x encoder connector
4 x analog I/O connector
4 x digital I/O connector
4 x fast digital I/O connector
Fig. 99
NY4040 backplane
See section 16 ‘Mechanical Characteristics’ on page 136 for the dimensions of
the system.
Note:
Slot 0, the first drive slot next to the MCU, must be occupied with a drive module
(NY4120, NY4130, NY4140), or the NY4150.
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14.1 Safety Input Connector
Connector type on the backplane: male, four pins Molex micro Mate and Lock
connector (Molex, 44914-0402).
3
1
4
2
Fig. 100 Safety connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 85.
Table 85
Pin
Pinout Safety connector
Pin name
Function
1
INP_COMMON
Input common
2
INP_Emergency
Input emergency
3
SHIELD
Cable shield
4
INP_Safety
Input safety
14.2 System Power Connector
The main 24 volt supply connector (24V System) that is used by the MCU module
is to generate all the drive module and MCU module supply voltages.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 3 pins Mate and Lock connector
(Tyco/AMP, 173925-1).
1
2
3
Fig. 101 24V System connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 86.
Table 86
Pin
Pinout 24V System connector
Pin name
Function
1
SHIELD
Cable shield
2
+24V
System power (24 V DC, 3A)
3
24V_GND
24V common
Both the system power and 24V common are designed to conduct 3 A of current.
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14.3 NY4120/4140 Drive Power Connectors
The NY4120/4140 drive power connector is used to connect the drive power
supply. For each drive module a separate drive power connector is available.
Both the drive power and drive ground are designed to conduct 14 ampere
continuous.
Connector type on the backplane: male, Phoenix, EMSTBV 2,5/ 5-GF-5,08.
The following NY4120/4140 drive power connectors are available at the
backplane:
DPhigh0: drive power for drive module 0
DPhigh1: drive power for drive module 1
DPhigh2: drive power for drive module 2
DPhigh3: drive power for drive module 3
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
1
2
3
4
5
Fig. 102 NY4120/4140 drive power connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 87.
Table 87
Pin
Pinout NY4120/4140 drive power connector
Pin name
Function
1
DR_PWR+
+ Drive power supply module x
2
DR_PWR+
+ Drive power supply module x
3
Shield
Shield, connected to housing
4
DR_GND
Ground drive power supply module x
5
DR_GND
Ground drive power supply module x
Note:
1.
DR_GND must be connected to the same potential as shield (safety ground).
2.
The absolute maximum rating of the drive power voltage for legacy housings
is < 75V.
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14.4 NY4130 Drive Power Connectors
The NY4130 drive power connector is used to connect the drive power supply.
Both the drive power + and drive power - are designed to conduct 3 ampere
continuous. The drive power ground inherited the 14 ampere net attribute from
the NY4120 drive ground.
Connector type on the backplane: male, Phoenix, EMCV 1.5/ 8-GF-3,5.
The following drive power connectors are available at the backplane:
ƒ DPlow0/1: drive power for drive modules 0 and 1
ƒ DPlow2/3: drive power for drive modules 2 and 3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Fig. 103 NY4130 drive power connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 88.
Table 88
Pin
Pinout NY4130 drive power connector
Pin name
Function
1
DRVPW+L0
+ Drive power supply for drive module 0 or 2
2
DRVPW-L0
- Drive power supply for drive module 0 or 2
3
DR_GND
Ground Drive power supply for drive module 0 or 2
4
Shield
Shield, connected to housing
5
Shield
Shield, connected to housing
6
DR_GND
Ground Drive power supply for drive module 1 or 3
7
DRVPW-L1
- Drive power supply module for drive module 1 or 3
8
DRVPW+L1
+ Drive power supply module for drive module 1 or 3
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14.5 Motor Connectors
Each drive module contains two motor connectors, each connector for one axis.
Connector type on the backplane: male, Molex 6 pins Minifit 43879-0023
Note:
Motor connection to NY4140 differs from motor connection to NY4120 and
NY4130.
Table 89
Relation between drive modules (Slot) and motor connectors
Slot-0
Slot-1
Slot-2
Slot-3
Motor connector
first axis
M0
M2
M4
M6
Motor connector
second axis
M1
M3
M5
M7
The motor connectors are identical in pinout and must have a cable shielding
connection. The pins connected to the outputs of the four half bridges must
support a continuous current of 7 ampere.
6
5
4
3
2
1
Fig. 104 Motor connector (backplane) pinout
Connection to NY4120 and NY4130
The connector pin assignment for NY4120 and NY4130 is given in Table 90.
Table 90
Pinout motor connectors
Pin name M0,
M2, M4, M6
Pin name M1,
M3, M5, M7
1
HB1+
HB3+
2
Shield
Shield
3
HB2+
HB4+
V
4
HB1-
HB3-
U
5
DR_GND
DR_GND
6
HB2-
HB4-
Pin
BLDC/BLAC
motor
W
DC motor
Stepper
motor
+V
A+
B+
-V
A-
B-
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Brushless motors (BLDC/BLAC)
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 91.
Table 91
Pin
Pinout brushless motors (BLDC/BLAC) for NY4120
Pin name
Function
1
-
Not connected
2
Shield
Shield, connected to housing
3
V
V phase BLDC/BLAC motor
4
U
U phase BLDC/BLAC motor
5
DR_GND
Drive power ground
6
W
W phase BLDC/BLAC motor
Brushed Motors: DC
Table 92 shows the connector pin assignment.
Table 92
Pin
Pinout brushed motors: (DC) for NY4120 and NY4130
Pin name
Function
1
+V
+ DC motor
2
Shield
Shield, connected to housing
3
-
Not connected
4
-V
- DC motor
5
DR_GND
Drive power ground
6
-
Not connected
Stepper Motors
Table 93 shows the connector pin assignment.
Table 93
Pin
Pinout stepper motors for NY4120
Pin name
Function
1
A+
+ Phase 1 stepper motor
2
Shield
Shield, connected to housing
3
B+
+ Phase 2 stepper motor
4
A-
- Phase 1 stepper motor
5
DR_GND
Drive power ground
6
B-
- Phase 2 stepper motor
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Connection to NY4140
Because of high voltage constraints, the motor connection on the connectors M0
and M1 when using the NY4140, is different from motor connection on the
NY4120/NY4130. Below is the connector pin assignment for the NY4140.
Table 94
Pin
Pinout brushless motors (BLDC/BLAC) for NY4140
Pin name M0
Pin name M1
Function
1
-
-
Not connected
2
Shield
Shield
Shield, connected to housing
3
-
-
Not connected
4
U
W
U phase / W phase BLDC/BLAC motor
5
DR_GND
DR_GND
Drive power ground
6
V
-
V phase BLDC/BLAC motor
Table 95
Pin
Pinout brushed motors (DC) for NY4140
Pin name M0
Pin name M1
Function
1
-
-
Not connected
2
Shield
Shield
Shield, connected to housing
3
-
-
Not connected
4
-
-V
- DC motor
5
DR_GND
DR_GND
Drive power ground
6
+V
-
+ DC motor
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14.6 Encoder Connectors
Each motor connector has its own encoder connector (E1 – E7). The encoder
connector is of the opposite gender of the fast digital I/O connector to prevent
malfunction caused by mismatching.
Connector type on the backplane: female, 15 pins sub-D
Table 96
Relation between drive modules (Slot) and encoder connectors
Slot-0
Slot-1
Slot-2
Slot-3
Encoder connector
for first axis
E0
E2
E4
E6
Encoder connector
for second axis
E1
E3
E5
E7
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 97.
Table 97
Pin
Pinout encoder connectors
Pin name
Function
1
Enc5V
5 V supply of encoder (max 300 mA)
2
EncVref
2.5 V
3
EncS0+
S00 / A differential input +
4
EncS90+
S90 / B differential input +
5
EncIndex+
Index differential input / non-differential input
6
Dig5VInA+
Hall A differential input + or 5 V TTL input
7
Dig5VInB+
Hall B differential input + or 5 V TTL input
8
Dig5VInC+
Hall C differential input + or 5 V TTL input
9
EncGND
Ground for power supply for encoder
10
EncS0-
S00 / A differential input -
11
EncS90-
S90 / B differential input -
12
EncIndex-
Index differential input -
13
Dig5VInA-
Hall A differential input - or 5 V TTL input
14
Dig5VInB-
Hall B differential input - or 5 V TTL input
15
Dig5VInC-
Hall C differential input - or 5 V TTL input
Housing Shield
Shield of cable
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Fig. 105 Encoder connector (backplane) pinout
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14.7 Fast Digital I/O Connectors
The fast digital I/O connector (Fdigx) is available for each drive module. The
following connectors are fast digital I/O Connectors: Fdig0, Fdig1, Fdig2, Fdig3.
Connection type on the backplane: male, 15 pins sub-D
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 98.
Table 98
Pinout fast digital I/O connectors
Pin
Pin name
Function
1
24V_DIO
24 V supply for all digital outputs
2
FastIn0
Fast Input 0
3
FastIn1
Fast Input 1
4
FastOut0
Fast Output 0
5
FastOut1
Fast Output 1
6
Opt_0+
Not applicable
7
Opt_1+
Not applicable
8
Opt_2+
Not applicable
9
24V_DIO
24 V supply for all digital outputs
10
GND_DIO
Ground for digital input or output
11
GND_DIO
Ground for digital input or output
12
DGND
Ground for NY4199 option connector
13
Opt_0-
Not applicable
14
Opt_1-
Not applicable
15
Opt_2-
Not applicable
Housing Shield
Shield of cable
Housing
Note:
Be careful not tot connect DGND to GND_DIO, otherwise malfunctioning of the
module could occur.
Fig. 106 Fast digital I/O connector (backplane) pinout
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14.8 Digital I/O Connectors
The digital I/O connector (Digx) is available for each drive module. The following
connectors are digital I/O connector: Dig0, Dig1, Dig2, Dig3.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 25 pins sub-D
Table 99
Pin
Pinout digital I/O connectors
Pin name
Function
1
DigIn0
Digital Input in group 0
2
DigIn1
Digital Input in group 0
3
DigIn2
Digital Input in group 0
4
DigIn3
Digital Input in group 0
5
DigIn4
Digital Input in group 1
6
DigIn5
Digital Input in group 1
7
DigIn6
- Digital Input in group 1,
- Stop alarm input for axis 0 in group 1
(only supported NY4120 and NY4140)
8
DigIn7
- Digital Input in group 1,
- Stop alarm input for axis 1 in group 1
(only supported NY4120)
9
GND_DIO
Ground for digital Output, connected to power supply
10
DigOut0
Digital Output
11
DigOut1
Digital Output
12
DigOut2
Digital Output
13
DigOut3
Digital Output
14
DigComm0
Common for digital Input group 0, may be ground or 24 V
15
DigIn8
Digital Input in group 2 (only supported NY4130)
16
DigIn9
Digital Input in group 2 (only supported NY4130)
17
DigIn10
Stop alarm input for axis 0 in group 2
(only supported NY4130)
18
DigIn11
Stop alarm input for axis 1 in group 2
(only supported NY4130)
19
DigComm2
Common for digital Input group 2, may be ground or 24 V
20
DigComm1
Common for digital Input group 1, may be ground or 24V
21
GND_DIO
Ground for digital Output, connected to power supply
22
24V_DIO
24 V digital Output supply
23
24V_DIO
24 V digital Output supply
24
24V_DIO
24 V digital Output supply
25
24V_DIO
24 V digital Output supply
Shield
Shield of cable
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Fig. 107 Digital I/O connector (backplane) pinout
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14.9 Analog I/O Connector
For each drive module a analog I/O connector is available.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 9 pins sub-D
Table 100
Pin
Pinout analog I/O connector first axis motor, An0, An1, An2, An3
Pin name
Function
1
AnIn0+
Positive analog input +/- 10 V (differential or single
ended)
2
AnIn0C
NY4120/4140: Positive analog input 4-20 mA must
be linked in connector to AnIn0+
NY4130: analog reference output voltage
3
AnIn0-
• Negative analog input +/- 10 V (differential
input) or connected to AnGND in case of single
ended input.
• Negative analog input 4-20 mA must be linked
in connector to AnGND (Only NY4120/NY4140)
4
AnOut0+
Analog output
5
AnOut1+
Analog output
6
AnIn1+
Positive analog input +/- 10 V (differential or single
ended)
7
AnIn1C
NY4120/4140: Positive analog input 4-20 mA must
be linked in connector to AnIn1+
NY4130: analog reference output voltage
8
AnGND
Return for analog output or 4-20 mA input, ground
reference for inputs
9
AnIn1-
• Negative analog input +/- 10 V (differential
input) or connected to AnGND in case of single
ended input.
• Negative analog input 4-20 mA must be linked
in connector to AnGND (Only NY4120/NY4140)
Housing
Shield
Shield of cable
Fig. 108 Analog I/O connector (backplane) pinout
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safety connector
system power connector
3 x drive power connector
NY4130 (each connector
powers 2 modules => 2
drives/module)
5 x drive power connector
NY4120/4140 (each connector
powers 1 module => 2
drives/module)
10 x motor connector
10 x encoder connector
5 x analog I/O connector
5 x digital I/O connector
5 x fast digital I/O connector
Fig. 109 NY4050 backplane
See section 16 ‘Mechanical Characteristics’ on page 136 for the dimensions of
the system.
Note:
Slot 0, the first drive slot next to the MCU, must be occupied with a drive module
(NY4120, NY4130, NY4140), or the NY4150.
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15.1 Safety Input Connector
Connector type on the backplane: male, four pins Molex micro Mate and Lock
connector (Molex, 44914-0402).
Fig. 110 Safety connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 101.
Table 101
Pin
Pinout Safety connector
Pin name
Function
1
INP_COMMON
Input common
2
INP_Emergency
Input emergency
3
SHIELD
Cable shield
4
INP_Safety
Input safety
15.2 System Power Connector
The main 24 volt supply connector (24V System) that is used by the MCU module
is to generate all the drive module and MCU module supply voltages.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 3 pins Mate and Lock connector
(Tyco/AMP, 173925-1).
1
2
3
Fig. 111 24V System connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 102.
Table 102
Pin
Pinout 24V System connector
Pin name
Function
1
SHIELD
Cable shield
2
+24V
System power (24 V DC, 3A)
3
24V_GND
24V common
Both the system power and 24V common are designed to conduct 3 A of current.
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15.3 NY4120/4140 Drive Power Connectors
The NY4120/4140 drive power connector is used to connect the drive power
supply. For each drive module a separate drive power connector is available.
Both the drive power and drive ground are designed to conduct 14 ampere
continuous.
The following NY4120/4140 drive power connectors are available at the
backplane:
DPhigh0: drive power for drive module 0
DPhigh1: drive power for drive module 1
DPhigh2: drive power for drive module 2
DPhigh3: drive power for drive module 3
DPhigh4: drive power for drive module 4
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
Connector type on the backplane: male, Phoenix, EMSTBV 2,5/ 5-GF-5,08.
1
2
3
4
5
Fig. 112 NY4120/4140 drive power connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 103.
Table 103
Pin
Pinout NY4120/4140 drive power connector
Pin name
Function
1
DR_PWR+
+ Drive power supply module x
2
DR_PWR+
+ Drive power supply module x
3
Shield
Shield, connected to housing
4
DR_GND
Ground drive power supply module x
5
DR_GND
Ground drive power supply module x
Note:
1.
DR_GND must be connected to the same potential as shield (safety ground).
2.
The absolute maximum rating of the drive power voltage for legacy housings
is < 75V.
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15.4 NY4130 Drive Power Connectors
The NY4130 drive power connector is used to connect the drive power supply.
For each drive module a separate drive power connector is available. Both the
drive power + and drive power - are designed to conduct 3 ampere continuous.
The drive power ground inherited the 14 ampere net attribute from the NY4120
drive ground.
The following drive power connectors are available at the backplane:
ƒ DPlow0/1: drive power for drive modules 0 and 1
ƒ DPlow2/3: drive power for drive modules 2 and 3
ƒ DPlow4: drive power for drive module 4
Connector type on the backplane: male, Phoenix, EMCV 1,5/ 8-GF-3,5.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Fig. 113 NY4130 drive power connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 104.
Table 104
Pin
Pinout NY4130 drive power connector
Pin name
Function
1
DRVPW+L0
+ Drive power supply for drive modules 0, 2 or 4
2
DRVPW-L0
- Drive power supply for drive modules 0, 2 or 4
3
DR_GND
Ground Drive power supply drive modules 0, 2 or 4
4
Shield
Shield, connected to housing
5
Shield
Shield, connected to housing
6
DR_GND
Ground Drive power supply for drive modules 1 or 3
7
DRVPW-L1
- Drive power supply module for drive modules 1 or 3
8
DRVPW+L1
+ Drive power supply module for drive modules 1 or 3
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15.5 Motor Connectors
Each drive module contains two motor connectors, each connector for one axis.
Connector type on the backplane: male, Molex 6 pins Minifit 43879-0023
Note:
Motor connection to NY4140 differs from motor connection to NY4120 and
NY4130.
Table 105
Relation between drive modules (Slot) and motor connectors
Slot-0
Slot-1
Slot-2
Slot-3
Slot-4
Motor connector
first axis
M0
M2
M4
M6
M8
Motor connector
second axis
M1
M3
M5
M7
M9
The motor connectors are identical in pinout and must have a cable shielding
connection. The pins connected to the outputs of the four half bridges must
support a continuous current of 7 ampere.
6
5
4
3
2
1
Fig. 114 Motor connector (backplane) pinout
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 106.
Table 106
Pinout motor connectors
Pin name M0,
M2, M4, M6,
M8
Pin name M1,
M3, M5, M7,
M9
1
HB1+
HB3+
2
Shield
Shield
3
HB2+
HB4+
V
4
HB1-
HB3-
U
5
DR_GND
DR_GND
6
HB2-
HB4-
Pin
BLDC/BLAC
motor
W
DC motor
Stepper
motor
+V
A+
B+
-V
A-
B-
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Connection to NY4120 and NY4130
Brushless motors (BLDC/BLAC)
The connector pin assignment is given in the Table 107.
Table 107
Pin
Pinout brushless motors (BLDC/BLAC) for NY4120
Pin name
Function
1
-
Not connected
2
Shield
Shield, connected to housing
3
V
V phase BLDC/BLAC motor
4
U
U phase BLDC/BLAC motor
5
DR_GND
Drive power ground
6
W
W phase BLDC/BLAC motor
Brushed Motors: DC
Table 108 shows the connector pin assignment.
Table 108
Pin
Pinout brushed motors: (DC) for NY4120 and NY4130
Pin name
Function
1
+V
+ DC motor
2
Shield
Shield, connected to housing
3
-
Not connected
4
-V
- DC motor
5
DR_GND
Drive power ground
6
-
Not connected
Stepper Motors
Table 109 shows the connector pin assignment.
Table 109
Pin
Pinout stepper motors for NY4120
Pin name
Function
1
A+
+ Phase 1 stepper motor
2
Shield
Shield, connected to housing
3
B+
+ Phase 2 stepper motor
4
A-
- Phase 1 stepper motor
5
DR_GND
Drive power ground
6
B-
- Phase 2 stepper motor
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Connection to NY4140
Because of high voltage constraints, the motor connection on the connectors M0
and M1 when using the NY4140, is different from motor connection on the
NY4120/NY4130. Below is the connector pin assignment for the NY4140.
Table 110
Pin
Pinout brushless motors (BLDC/BLAC) for NY4140
Pin name M0
Pin name M1
Function
1
-
-
Not connected
2
Shield
Shield
Shield, connected to housing
3
-
-
Not connected
4
U
W
U phase / W phase BLDC/BLAC motor
5
DR_GND
DR_GND
Drive power ground
6
V
-
V phase BLDC/BLAC motor
Table 111
Pin
Pinout brushed motors (DC) for NY4140
Pin name M0
Pin name M1
Function
1
-
-
Not connected
2
Shield
Shield
Shield, connected to housing
3
-
-
Not connected
4
-
-V
- DC motor
5
DR_GND
DR_GND
Drive power ground
6
+V
-
+ DC motor
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15.6 Encoder Connectors
Each motor connector has its own encoder connector (E0 – E9). The encoder
connector is of the opposite gender of the fast digital I/O connector to prevent
malfunction caused by mismatching.
Connector type on the backplane: female, 15 pins sub-D
Table 112
Relation between drive modules (Slot) and encoder connectors
Slot-0
Slot-1
Slot-2
Slot-3
Slot-4
Encoder connector
for first axis
E0
E2
E4
E6
E8
Encoder connector
for second axis
E1
E3
E5
E7
E9
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 113.
Table 113
Pin
Pinout encoder connectors
Pin name
Function
1
Enc5V
5 V supply of encoder (max 300 mA)
2
EncVref
2.5 V
3
EncS0+
S00 / A differential input +
4
EncS90+
S90 / B differential input +
5
EncIndex+
Index differential input / non-differential input
6
Dig5VInA+
Hall A differential input + or 5 V TTL input
7
Dig5VInB+
Hall B differential input + or 5 V TTL input
8
Dig5VInC+
Hall C differential input + or 5 V TTL input
9
EncGND
Ground for power supply for encoder
10
EncS0-
S00 / A differential input -
11
EncS90-
S90 / B differential input -
12
EncIndex-
Index differential input -
13
Dig5VInA-
Hall A differential input - or 5 V TTL input
14
Dig5VInB-
Hall B differential input - or 5 V TTL input
15
Dig5VInC-
Hall C differential input - or 5 V TTL input
Housing Shield
Shield of cable
Housing
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15.7 Fast Digital I/O Connectors
The fast digital I/O connector (Fdigx) is available for each drive module. The
following connectors are fast digital I/O Connectors: Fdig0, Fdig1, Fdig2, Fdig3,
Fdig4.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 15 pins sub-D
The connector pin assignment is given in Table 114.
Table 114
Pinout fast digital I/O connectors
Pin
Pin name
Function
1
24V_DIO
24 V supply for all digital outputs
2
FastIn0
Fast Input 0
3
FastIn1
Fast Input 1
4
FastOut0
Fast Output 0
5
FastOut1
Fast Output 1
6
Opt_0+
Not applicable
7
Opt_1+
Not applicable
8
Opt_2+
Not applicable
9
24V_DIO
24 V supply for all digital outputs
10
GND_DIO
Ground for digital input or output
11
GND_DIO
Ground for digital input or output
12
DGND
Ground for NY4199 option connector
13
Opt_0-
Not applicable
14
Opt_1-
Not applicable
15
Opt_2-
Not applicable
Housing Shield
Shield of cable
Housing
Note:
Be careful not tot connect DGND to GND_DIO, otherwise malfunctioning of the
module could occur.
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15.8 Digital I/O Connectors
The digital I/O connector (Digx) is available for each drive module. The following
connectors are digital I/O connector: Dig0, Dig1, Dig2, Dig3, Dig4.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 25 pins sub-D
Table 115
Pin
Pinout digital I/O connectors
Pin name
Function
1
DigIn0
Digital Input in group 0
2
DigIn1
Digital Input in group 0
3
DigIn2
Digital Input in group 0
4
DigIn3
Digital Input in group 0
5
DigIn4
Digital Input in group 1
6
DigIn5
Digital Input in group 1
7
DigIn6
- Digital Input in group 1,
- Stop alarm input for axis 0 in group 1
(only supported NY4120 and NY4140)
8
DigIn7
- Digital Input in group 1,
- Stop alarm input for axis 1 in group 1
(only supported NY4120)
9
GND_DIO
Ground for digital Output, connected to power supply
10
DigOut0
Digital Output
11
DigOut1
Digital Output
12
DigOut2
Digital Output
13
DigOut3
Digital Output
14
DigComm0
Common for digital Input group 0, may be ground or 24 V
15
DigIn8
Digital Input in group 2 (only supported NY4130)
16
DigIn9
Digital Input in group 2 (only supported NY4130)
17
DigIn10
Stop alarm input for axis 0 in group 2
(only supported NY4130)
18
DigIn11
Stop alarm input for axis 1 in group 2
(only supported NY4130)
19
DigComm2
Common for digital Input group 2, may be ground or 24 V
20
DigComm1
Common for digital Input group 1, may be ground or 24 V
21
GND_DIO
Ground for digital Output, connected to power supply
22
24V_DIO
24 V digital Output supply
23
24V_DIO
24 V digital Output supply
24
24V_DIO
24 V digital Output supply
25
24V_DIO
24 V digital Output supply
Shield
Shield of cable
Housing
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Fig. 117 Digital I/O connector (backplane) pinout
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15.9 Analog I/O Connector
For each drive module an analog I/O connector is available.
Connector type on the backplane: male, 9 pins sub-D
Table 116
Pin
Pinout analog I/O connector first axis motor, An1, An2, An3, An4
Pin name
Function
1
AnIn0+
Positive analog input +/- 10 V (differential or single
ended)
2
AnIn0C
NY4120/4140: Positive analog input 4-20 mA must
be linked in connector to AnIn0+
NY4130: analog reference output voltage
3
AnIn0-
• Negative analog input +/- 10 V (differential
input) or connected to AnGND in case of single
ended input.
• Negative analog input 4-20 mA must be linked
in connector to AnGND (Only NY4120/NY4140)
4
AnOut0+
Analog output
5
AnOut1+
Analog output
6
AnIn1+
Positive analog input +/- 10 V (differential or single
ended)
7
AnIn1C
NY4120/4140: Positive analog input 4-20 mA must
be linked in connector to AnIn1+
NY4130: analog reference output voltage
8
AnGND
Return for analog output or 4-20 mA input, ground
reference for inputs
9
AnIn1-
• Negative analog input +/- 10 V (differential
input) or connected to AnGND in case of single
ended input.
• Negative analog input 4-20 mA must be linked
in connector to AnGND (Only NY4120/NY4140)
Housing
Shield
Shield of cable
Fig. 118 Analog I/O connector (backplane) pinout
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16 Mechanical Characteristics
16.1 Module Size
NYCe4000 control system is designed in a very small size. The module size is
130 mm depth and 115 mm height. The distance between the modules is 20 mm.
The connections to the IEEE 1394 network are located on the front of the NY4110
and NY4111. Make sure that your machine design has sufficient free clearance
space in front of the NY4110 or NY4111 for the NY4901 bracket and the
maximum allowed bending of the FireWire and Cat-5e or Cat-6 cables. As rule of
thumb, 100 mm should suffice.
If your machine design uses the NY4130, make sure that your machine design
has at least 35 mm free clearance space in front of the NY4130 for the heatsink.
16.2 System dimensions
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NY4022 - 2 Drive Slot System Housing
NY4042 - 4 Drive Slot System Housing
NY4052 - 5 Drive Slot System Housing
NY4072 - 2 Drive Slot System Housing for LMS
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NY4012
Fig. 119 NY4012 system housing schematic front view
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Fig. 120 NY4012 system housing schematic side view
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NY4022
Fig. 121 NY4022 system housing schematic front view
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Fig. 122 NY4022 system housing schematic side view
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NY4042
Fig. 123 NY4042 system housing schematic front view
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Fig. 124 NY4042 system housing schematic side view
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NY4052
Fig. 125 NY4052 system housing schematic front view
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Fig. 126 NY4052 system housing schematic side view
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NY4072
Fig. 127 NY4072 system housing schematic front view
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Fig. 128 NY4072 system housing schematic side view
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16.3 Legacy system dimensions
ƒ NY4010 - 1 Drive Slot System Housing
ƒ NY4040 - 4 Drive Slot System Housing
ƒ NY4050 - 5 Drive Slot System Housing
NY4010
Fig. 129 NY4010 system housing schematic front view
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Fig. 130 NY4010 system housing schematic side view
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NY4040
Fig. 131 NY4040 system housing schematic front view
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Fig. 132 NY4040 system housing schematic side view
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NY4050
Fig. 133 NY4050 system housing schematic front view
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Fig. 134 NY4050 system housing schematic side view
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NYCe4000 Hardware Glossary
17 NYCe4000 Hardware Glossary
Expression
Definition
Housing module
NYCe4000 motion node housing including the System
backplane, which contains and interconnects the functional
modules.
System backplane
Interconnect between MCU module and other NYCe4000
motion node modules.
I/O backplane
Connection panel between NYCe4000 motion node modules
and motor and I/O connectors.
Motion node
One node on the IEEE 1394 bus capable of controlling up to
10 axis and three user specific boards.
MCU module
Module containing the motion processor. A “Motion Controller”
which takes care of the communication to the Industrial PC,
and acts as a local motion controller.
Drive module
Module (1 or 2 axis drive) containing the drive technology for
stepper motor and/or brushless AC servo motor and/or DC
servo motor, analog and digital I/O.
Drive power
Incoming supply voltage for the power stages on the drive
modules.
System power
Incoming supply voltage for the logic of NYCe4000 nodes.
I/O power
Digital I/O supply voltage.
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18 Earthing, Shielding and Cabling
18.1 Shielding and Earthing
General information on shielding and housing
The galvanic isolation in the NYCe4000 node between the different functions is
not intended for a deliberate potential difference between the functions. It is solely
intended to control the paths available for interference currents, in order to
minimize the effects of electrical noise, eliminate ground loops, etc.
The specific details of the installation and cabling instructions below are based on
the general-purpose standard system housing. Custom housings and backplanes
should in general be designed in such a way that they offer the same installation
and cabling possibilities. Any deviations should be carefully checked for
comparable function and performance.
The guidelines below ensure proper functioning and EM compatibility in most
applications. In extreme environments or with extra restrictions on the radiated or
conducted emission, modifications and/or additional measures may be necessary.
To ensure proper system operation, several galvanic isolated domains are
envisioned within the system. These domains are:
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encoder and analog I/O, including IEEE 1394 connection domain
digital I/O domain
drive/motor domain
housing as a mechanical Faraday cage domain
Each area will have its own 0V reference earth. The connections to the outside
world can be done by means of shielded cables. All shields must be connected to
the mechanics of the housing. This housing / shields play a central role for ESD
and noisy disturbances. It is important that the housing is connected with an
extreme good connection to the central earth of the machine, where also the
motors and power supplies are connected.
The system mechanics will be connected internally capacitive in the highfrequency domain to the MCU ground, to meet the IEEE 1394 requirements.
To prevent floating isolated domains, the mechanics will be connected to the
MCU ground via a resistor of 1 MΩ, implemented on the MCU module.
Combination of power supplies
ƒ Two 24V power supply connections are needed for the NYCe4000 node:
- One for the system power
- One for all (fast) digital inputs and outputs
The separation of these power supplies at the NYCe4000 node allows
optimization of the cabling, especially in widely distributed and/or complex
systems, where it may be desirable to separate the “noisy” functions (for
example the power supply for the digital outputs) from the “quiet” functions (for
example the power supply for the internal logic).
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ƒ In many installations, however, it is quite acceptable for these functions to be
combined and connected to a single power supply. In a custom I/O backplane,
this may even be done in the backplane itself.
ƒ Never combine the drive power supply in case it is also 24 Volt with the other
functions, even if the drive power has enough reserve capacity. (One reason:
during regenerative braking of a motor, the supply voltage may swing up to a
high value, considerably higher than the value for which the other functions are
designed.)
ƒ Ensure that the different “grounds” of the equipment used in the installation are
all either more or less equal to safety ground or completely floating.
ƒ (Any floating “grounds” in individual pieces of equipment will in general be fixed
to safety earth potential by the detailed installation rules below.)
Mechanical mounting
ƒ Mount the NYCe4000 node on a vertical metal surface, and ensure electrical
contact between the housing and this surface, either by means of toothed
washers under the screw heads or by making use of the protective earthing
post on the housing with toothed washers and nuts.
ƒ When mounting the other equipment on or in a metal frame or mounting base,
ensure that there is electrical contact between the housing and the mounting
base of each piece of equipment.
Safety earth
ƒ Follow the applicable safety rules for connecting all equipment, including the
NYCe4000 nodes, to safety earth.
ƒ Each safety earth connection may be routed in the most convenient manner for
the piece of equipment concerned. (For power supplies, for instance, this will
generally be the green-yellow wire in the mains cable.) The NYCe4000 system
places no extra requirements on the safety earth wiring – no central earth point
or similar constraint.
18.2 Cabling
General cabling remarks
ƒ Do not combine signal cables and power cables in the same gutter. Separate
them as far as possible. When crossing is necessary, do so at right angles.
ƒ Use shielded cable for all high-frequency signalling. Use shielded cable for the
power cable to the motor if the chosen NYCe4000 drive uses the PWM
principle.
All power supply cables
ƒ At the power supply side of the cable, connect the minus to the housing and/or
to safety earth (if this is not already the case).
ƒ If the cable is shielded, connect the shield on the NYCe4000 side to the shield
pin in the connector or to the connector housing, and connect the shield on the
other side to the power supply housing.
ƒ Special for the drive power supply: do not forget the filter capacitor and the
regenerative Brake Unit at every connection. See the relevant chapters.
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Motor cables
In the NYCe4000, the maximum motor output current of the drive modules is
limited by the following preventive measures implemented in the drive module
hardware and the NYCe4000 software.
ƒ Drive module hardware
- To prevent damage to the drive modules, the hardware detects motor short
currents (> 50 A) and switches the drive off.
This protection does not work if the short circuit represents a few Ohm.
- If the maximum low side bridge peak current is higher than 22.2 A, the drive
module switches off in hardware.
ƒ NYCe4000 software
- It is possible to install an event handler to activate a software programmed
action in case the I2t reaches a certain value.
- It is possible to limit the maximum peak current (20 A) setpoint.
- It is possible to install an event handler to activate a software programmed
action in case the measured peak current is above a certain value.
If the motor wiring is suitable for 15 A or higher, no additional actions for UL
certifications are needed, because of the above mentioned possibilities.
If the motor wiring is not suitable for 15 A rms, two UL allowed preventive
measures are possible to limit the current under all single fault conditions.
1. Adding fuses in each motor wire. An UL certified fuse must be selected in
combination of the AWG marking of the cable, taking into account the number
of separate wires in the cable and the number of cables in the cable duct.
2. Adding an UL certified fuse between the drive power input voltage and the
power supply output voltage. The rating of this fuse depends on the used
cables and application requirements of the motion profiles. Formulas for
calculating this fuse can not be given. It must be defined on an experimental
basis in the application, and tests must be performed to convince the UL
notified body that the fuse is sufficient for all single fault conditions.
For the NY4120 and NY4140 drive modules using the PWM principle, always use
a shielded cable. For the NY4130 drive, a shielded cable is recommended but not
mandatory. Connect the shield on the NYCe4000 side to the shield pin in the
connector, and connect the shield on the other side to the motor housing.
Encoder and/or Hall sensor cable; Analog input; Analog output
ƒ Always use a shielded cable.
ƒ Connect the shield on the NYCe4000 side to the connector housing.
ƒ If the equipment housing on the “other side” is metal, connect the shield to the
equipment housing.
ƒ If the equipment housing on the “other side” is non-metal, connect the shield to
the equipment ground via a 100Ω series resistor.
ƒ Special for encoder interface: If the encoder interface has open-collector
drivers, include a pull-up resistor of for example 1 KΩ between each signal and
the 5V_ENC connection.
ƒ Special for encoder or Hall sensor interface: If the encoder or Hall sensor
interface has single-ended drivers, wire the negative input of each signal pair in
the NYCe4000 connector to the reference voltage EncVref.
ƒ Special for analog input
- If the analog source provides a single-ended signal, connect the signal wire
to the positive input pin on the NYCe4000 side, and connect the equipment
ground to the negative input pin on the NYCe4000 side.
- If the analog source provides a balanced differential signal, connect the
signal wires to the corresponding input pins on the NYCe4000 side. (It may
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also be desirable to connect a termination resistor between the signal wires
at the NYCe4000 side. Consult the supplier’s installation instructions.)
ƒ Special for analog output
- If the analog input at the destination equipment accepts a differential signal
(preferred!), connect the positive input to the analog output on the NYCe4000
side, and connect the negative input to the AGND reference on the
NYCe4000 side.
Also make sure that at the destination equipment some resistive path is
present for equalization current, for example 100 KΩ between the negative
input and the local ground. If this resistance or some equivalent is not
included in the equipment itself, install it in the connector at the equipment
side of the cable.
- If the analog input at the destination equipment only accepts a single-ended
signal (not recommended!), connect the input to the analog output on the
NYCe4000 side, and connect the ground of the destination equipment to the
AGND reference on the NYCe4000 side via a 100Ω resistor.
Note: This connects the internal ground of the NYCe4000 nodes to the
internal ground of the destination equipment. A series resistor in this ground
connection is recommended to prevent unwanted stray currents. However,
this resistance may well influence the accuracy of the analog signal.
ƒ Never connect the ground/minus wires of these signals to other grounds
otherwise malfunction of the module is possible.
Digital I/O; 24V power supply for the digital I/O
ƒ Shielded cable is recommended but not mandatory. If used, connect it on the
NYCe4000 side to the connector housing. Connect it on the “other” side to a
convenient metal part or leave it open.
ƒ For the fast digital I/O, the cable with the signal wire(s) should also contain the
return current path for every signal in the cable. (It is all right for a single wire to
carry the return currents of more than one signal, as long as the current rating
of the wire is not exceeded.) For the digital I/O, this is also recommended. See
some details further on.
PC
The industrial PC is connected to the NYCe4000 node via a FireWire cable. Make
sure that the FireWire PCI controller card in the PC is fixed with a screw to the
metal housing of the PC.
The metal housing of the PC must have a good ground contact to the housing of
the NYCe4000 node.
The mains outlet used for the power supplies of NYCe4000 system is also used
for the PC, to prevent the possibility of different earth connections.
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Environmental Conditions
19 Environmental Conditions
19.1 Thermal
Operating
ƒ Temperature :
ƒ Relative Humidity :
+5 °C … +55 °C
10% … 90%
Storage
ƒ Temperature :
ƒ Relative humidity :
-40 °C … +85 °C
5% … 95% (non condensing)
Thermal compatibility
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Dry heat:
Dry heat steady state:
Rapid change:
Damp heat:
IEC 60068-2-1
IEC 60068-2-2
IEC 60068-2-3
IEC 60068-2-14
IEC 60068-2-30
Free air
Ensure that an air column of 10 cm3 (for forced cooled systems) or 20 cm3 (for
convection cooled systems) per cm2 of housing surface on the top and bottom
(typically 10 or 20 cm respectively of free space above and below the housing)
can flow freely in a vertical direction through the ventilation holes. In particular,
bend the cabling away from the ventilation holes as near to the connectors as
possible. (The internal components requiring the most cooling are mostly
mounted near the front of the housing.)
19.2 Shock and Vibration
Mechanical: Non-operating
ƒ Vibration :
ƒ Bump :
IEC 60068-2-6
IEC 60068-2-29
Mechanical: Operating
ƒ Vibration :
IEC 60068-2-6
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19.3 Electromagnetic Compatibility
Emission
Standard EN 55022 is met (class A).
Immunity
Standard EN 55024 is met:
ƒ Electrostatic discharge
ƒ Radiated, RF electromagnetic field
ƒ Electrical fast transient (burst)
ƒ RF conducted disturbances
: IEC 61000-4-2
: IEC 61000-4-3
: IEC 61000-4-4
: IEC 61000-4-6
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Cleaning, Disposal and Environmental Protection
20 Cleaning, Disposal and Environmental
Protection
20.1 Cleaning
Softly wipe the surface with a dampened cloth using a diluted neutral detergent or
alcohol, and then wipe the surface again with a dry cloth. For systems without a
fan, use a compressor or vacuum cleaner to blow off the accumulated dust in the
ventilating channel of the housing and inside the housing.
Note:
Do not use a compressor or vacuum cleaner on systems with a fan. Remove the
fan before cleaning the system.
20.2 Disposal
Products
Our products can be returned to us free of charge for disposal. It is a
precondition, however, that the products are free of oil, grease or other dirt. In
addition, when returned the products mustn't contain any undue foreign matter or
foreign component.
Please send the products free domicile to the following address:
Bosch Rexroth AG
Electric Drives and Controls
Bürgermeister-Dr.-Nebel-Straße 2
D-97816 Lohr am Main
Packaging Materials
The packaging materials consist of cardboard, wood and polystyrene. They can
be easily recycled. For ecological reasons you should not return the empty
packages to us.
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20.3 Environmental Protection
No Release of Hazardous Substances
Our products do not contain any hazardous substances that they can release in
the case of appropriate use. Normally there aren't any negative effects on the
environment to be expected.
Materials Contained in the Products
Electronic Devices
Electronic devices mainly contain:
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aluminum
copper
synthetic materials
electronic components and modules
Motors
Motors mainly contain:
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steel
aluminum
copper
brass
magnetic materials
electronic components and modules
Recycling
Due to their high content of metal most of the product components can be
recycled. In order to recycle the metal in the best possible way it is necessary to
disassemble the products into individual modules.
The metals contained in the electric and electronic modules can also be recycled
by means of specific separation processes.
The synthetic materials remaining after these processes can be thermally
recycled.
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Service and Support
21 Service and Support
21.1 Helpdesk
Unser Kundendienst-Helpdesk im
Hauptwerk Lohr am Main steht Ihnen
mit Rat und Tat zur Seite.
Sie erreichen uns
Our service helpdesk at our
headquarters in Lohr am Main,
Germany can assist you in all kinds of
inquiries.
Contact us
telefonisch - by phone:
+49 (0) 9352 40 50 60
über Service Call Entry Center (Mo-Fr 07:00-18:00)
via Service Call Entry Center (Mo-Fr 7:00 am - 6:00 pm)
per Fax - by fax:
+49 (0) 9352 40 49 41
per e-Mail - by e-mail:
service.svc@boschrexroth.de
21.2 Service-Hotline
Außerhalb der Helpdesk-Zeiten ist der
Service direkt ansprechbar unter
After helpdesk hours, contact our
service department directly at
+49 (0) 171 333 88 26
oder - or:
+49 (0) 172 660 04 06
21.3 Internet
Unter www.boschrexroth.com finden
Sie ergänzende Hinweise zu Service,
Reparatur und Training sowie die
aktuellen Adressen unserer Vertriebsund Servicebüros.
At www.boschrexroth.com you may
find additional notes about service,
repairs and training in the Internet, as
well as the actual addresses of our
sales- and service facilities
21.4 Vor der Kontaktaufnahme... - Before contacting us...
Wir können Ihnen schnell und effizient
helfen wenn Sie folgende
Informationen bereithalten:
1. detaillierte Beschreibung der
Störung und der Umstände.
2. Angaben auf dem Typenschild der
betreffenden Produkte,
insbesondere Typenschlüssel und
Seriennummern.
3. Tel.-/Faxnummern und e-MailAdresse, unter denen Sie für
Rückfragen zu erreichen sind.
For quick and efficient help, please
have the following information ready:
1. Detailed description of the failure
and circumstances.
2. Information on the type plate of the
affected products, especially type
codes and serial numbers.
3. Your phone/fax numbers and email address, so we can contact
you in case of questions.
Bosch Rexroth AG
Electric Drives and Controls
P.O. Box 13 57
97803 Lohr, Germany
Bgm.-Dr.-Nebel-Str. 2
97816 Lohr, Germany
Phone
+49 9352 40-0
Fax
+49 9352 40-4885
www.boschrexroth.com
Bosch Rexroth AG
Electric Drives and Controls
Luchthavenweg 20
5657 EB Eindhoven,
The Netherlands
Phone
+31 40 257 8888
fax
+31 40 257 8800
www.boschrexroth.com/nyce