Mitsubishi Electric LT-3020 Instruction manual

Introduction
Thank you for selecting the Mitsubishi numerical control unit. This instruction manual describes the
handling and caution points for using this AC servo/spindle.Incorrect handling may lead to unforeseen
accidents, so always read this instruction manual thoroughly to ensure correct usage.
In order to confirm if all function specifications described in this manual are applicable, refer to the
specifications for each CNC.
Notes on Reading This Manual
(1) Since the description of this specification manual deals with NC in general, for the specifications of
individual machine tools, refer to the manuals issued by the respective machine manufacturers.
The "restrictions" and "available functions" described in the manuals issued by the machine
manufacturers have precedence to those in this manual.
(2) This manual describes as many special operations as possible, but it should be kept in mind that
items not mentioned in this manual cannot be performed.
Precautions for safety
Please read this manual and auxiliary documents before starting installation, operation, maintenance or
inspection to ensure correct usage. Thoroughly understand the device, safety information and
precautions before starting operation.
The safety precautions in this instruction manual are ranked as "WARNING" and "CAUTION".
DANGER
When there is a potential risk of fatal or serious injuries if handling is mistaken.
WARNING
When a dangerous situation, or fatal or serious injuries may occur if handling is mistaken.
CAUTION
When a dangerous situation may occur if handling is mistaken leading to medium or minor
injuries, or physical damage.
Note that some items described as " CAUTION" may lead to major results depending on the situation.
In any case, important information that must be observed is described.
The signs indicating prohibited and mandatory matters are explained below.
Indicates a prohibited matter. For example, "Fire Prohibited" is indicated as
Indicates a mandatory matter. For example, grounding is indicated as
.
.
The meaning of each pictorial sign is as follows.
CAUTION
CAUTION rotated
object
CAUTION HOT
Danger Electric shock
risk
Danger explosive
Prohibited
Disassembly is
prohibited
KEEP FIRE AWAY
General instruction
Earth ground
After reading this specifications and instructions manual, store it where the user can access it easily for
reference.
The numeric control unit is configured of the control unit, operation board, servo drive unit, spindle drive
unit, power supply, servomotor and spindle motor, etc.
In this section "Precautions for safety", the following items are generically called the "motor".
• Servomotor
• Linear servomotor
• Spindle motor
In this section "Precautions for safety", the following items are generically called the "unit".
• Servo drive unit
• Spindle drive unit
• Power supply unit
• Scale interface unit
• Magnetic pole detection unit
POINT
Important matters that should be understood for operation of this machine are indicated as a POINT
in this manual.
WARNING
1. Electric shock prevention
Do not open the front cover while the power is ON or during operation. Failure to observe this could lead
to electric shocks.
Do not operate the unit with the front cover removed. The high voltage terminals and charged sections
will be exposed, and can cause electric shocks.
Do not remove the front cover and connector even when the power is OFF unless carrying out wiring
work or periodic inspections. The inside of the units is charged, and can cause electric shocks.
Since the high voltage is supplied to the main circuit connector while the power is ON or during
operation, do not touch the main circuit connector with an adjustment screwdriver or the pen tip. Failure
to observe this could lead to electric shocks.
Wait at least 15 minutes after turning the power OFF, confirm that the CHARGE lamp has gone out, and
check the voltage between P and N terminals with a tester, etc., before starting wiring, maintenance or
inspections. Failure to observe this could lead to electric shocks.
Ground the unit and motor. For the motor, ground it via the drive unit.
Wiring, maintenance and inspection work must be done by a qualified technician.
Wire the servo drive unit and servomotor after installation. Failure to observe this could lead to electric
shocks.
Do not touch the switches with wet hands. Failure to observe this could lead to electric shocks.
Do not damage, apply forcible stress, place heavy items on the cables or get them caught. Failure to
observe this could lead to electric shocks.
After assembling the built-in IPM spindle motor, if the rotor is rotated by hand etc., voltage occurs
between the terminals of lead. Take care not to get electric shocks.
WARNING
2. Injury prevention
When handling a motor, perform operations in safe clothing.
In the system where the optical communication with CNC is executed, do not see directly the light
generated from CN1A/CN1B connector of drive unit or the end of cable. When the light gets into eye,
you may feel something is wrong for eye.
(The light source of optical communication corresponds to class1 defined in JISC6802 or IEC60825-1.)
The linear servomotor, direct-drive motor and built-in IPM spindle motor uses permanent magnets in the
rotor, so observe the following precautions.
(1)Handling
• The linear servomotor, direct-drive motor and built-in IPM spindle motor could adversely affect
medical electronics such as pacemakers, etc., therefore, do not approach the rotor.
• Do not place magnetic materials as iron.
• When a magnetic material as iron is placed, take safety measure not to pinch fingers or hands
due to the magnetic attraction force.
• Remove metal items such as watch, piercing jewelry, necklace, etc.
• Do not place portable items that could malfunction or fail due to the influence of the magnetic
force.
• When the rotor is not securely fixed to the machine or device, do not leave it unattended but store
it in the package properly.
(2)Transportation and storage
• Correctly store the rotor in the package to transport and store.
• During transportation and storage, draw people's attention by applying a notice saying "Strong
magnet-Handle with care" to the package or storage shelf.
• Do not use a damaged package.
(3)Installation
• Take special care not to pinch fingers, etc., when installing (and unpacking) the linear servomotor.
CAUTION
1. Fire prevention
Install the units, motors and regenerative resistor on non-combustible material. Direct installation on
combustible material or near combustible materials could lead to fires.
Always install a circuit protector and contactor on the servo drive unit power input as explained in this
manual. Refer to this manual and select the correct circuit protector and contactor. An incorrect
selection could result in fire.
Shut off the power on the unit side if a fault occurs in the units. Fires could be caused if a large current
continues to flow.
When using a regenerative resistor, provide a sequence that shuts off the power with the regenerative
resistor's error signal. The regenerative resistor could abnormally overheat and cause a fire due to a
fault in the regenerative transistor, etc.
The battery unit could heat up, ignite or rupture if submerged in water, or if the poles are incorrectly
wired.
Cut off the main circuit power with the contactor when an alarm or emergency stop occurs.
2. Injury prevention
Do not apply a voltage other than that specified in this manual, on each terminal. Failure to observe this
item could lead to ruptures or damage, etc.
Do not mistake the terminal connections. Failure to observe this item could lead to ruptures or damage,
etc.
Do not mistake the polarity (+,- ). Failure to observe this item could lead to ruptures or damage, etc.
Do not touch the radiation fin on unit back face, regenerative resistor or motor, etc., or place parts
(cables, etc.) while the power is turned ON or immediately after turning the power OFF. These parts
may reach high temperatures, and can cause burns or part damage.
Structure the cooling fan on the unit back face, etc., etc so that it cannot be touched after installation.
Touching the cooling fan during operation could lead to injuries.
Take care not to suck hair, clothes, etc. into the cooling fan.
CAUTION
3. Various precautions
Observe the following precautions. Incorrect handling of the unit could lead to faults, injuries and electric
shocks, etc.
(1) Transportation and installation
Correctly transport the product according to its weight.
Use the motor's hanging bolts only when transporting the motor. Do not transport the machine when the
motor is installed on the machine.
Do not stack the products above the tolerable number.
Follow this manual and install the unit or motor in a place where the weight can be borne.
Do not get on top of or place heavy objects on the unit.
Do not hold the cables, axis or detector when transporting the motor.
Do not hold the connected wires or cables when transporting the units.
Do not hold the front cover when transporting the unit. The unit could drop.
Always observe the installation directions of the units or motors.
Secure the specified distance between the units and control panel, or between the servo drive unit and
other devices.
Do not install or run a unit or motor that is damaged or missing parts.
Do not block the intake or exhaust ports of the motor provided with a cooling fan.
Do not let foreign objects enter the units or motors. In particular, if conductive objects such as screws or
metal chips, etc., or combustible materials such as oil enter, rupture or breakage could occur.
Provide adequate protection using a material such as connector for conduit to prevent screws, metallic
detritus, water and other conductive matter or oil and other combustible matter from entering the motor
through the power line lead-out port.
The units, motors and detectors are precision devices, so do not drop them or apply strong impacts to
them.
CAUTION
Store and use the units under the following environment conditions.
Environment
Ambient temperature
Ambient humidity
Atmosphere
Altitude
Vibration/impact
Unit
Motor
Operation: 0 to 55°C (with no freezing),
Operation: 0 to 40°C (with no freezing),
Storage / Transportation: -15°C to 70°C
Storage: -15°C to 70°C (Note2) (with no freezing)
(with no freezing)
Operation: 90%RH or less
Operation: 80%RH or less
(with no dew condensation)
(with no dew condensation),
Storage / Transportation: 90%RH or less
Storage: 90%RH or less
(with no dew condensation)
(with no dew condensation)
Indoors (no direct sunlight)
With no corrosive gas, inflammable gas, oil mist, dust or conductive fine particles
Operation/Storage:
Operation:
1000 meters or less above sea level,
1000 meters or less above sea level,
Transportation:
Storage:
13000 meters or less above sea level
10000 meters or less above sea level
According to each unit or motor specification
(Note 1) For details, confirm each unit or motor specifications in addition.
(Note 2) -15°C to 55°C for linear servomotor.
When disinfectants or insecticides must be used to treat wood packaging materials, always use
methods other than fumigation (for example, apply heat treatment at the minimum wood core
temperature of 56°C for a minimum duration of 30 minutes (ISPM No. 15 (2009))).
If products such as units are directly fumigated or packed with fumigated wooden materials, halogen
substances (including fluorine, chlorine, bromine and iodine) contained in fumes may contribute to the
erosion of the capacitors.
When exporting the products, make sure to comply with the laws and regulations of each country.
Do not use the products in conjunction with any components that contain halogenated flame retardants
(bromine, etc). Failure to observe this may cause the erosion of the capacitors.
Securely fix the servomotor to the machine. Insufficient fixing could lead to the servomotor slipping off
during operation.
Always install the servomotor with reduction gear in the designated direction. Failure to do so could lead
to oil leaks.
Structure the rotary sections of the motor so that it can never be touched during operation. Install a
cover, etc., on the shaft.
When installing a coupling to a servomotor shaft end, do not apply an impact by hammering, etc. The
detector could be damaged.
Do not apply a load exceeding the tolerable load onto the servomotor shaft. The shaft could break.
Store the motor in the package box.
When inserting the shaft into the built-in IPM spindle motor, do not heat the rotor higher than 130°C. The
magnet could be demagnetized, and the specifications characteristics will not be ensured.
Always use a nonmagnetic tool (explosion-proof beryllium copper alloy safety tool: NGK Insulators, etc.)
when installing the linear servomotor.
Always provide a mechanical stopper on the end of the linear servomotor's travel path.
If the unit has been stored for a long time, always check the operation before starting actual operation.
Please contact the Service Center, Service Station, Sales Office or delayer.
CAUTION
(2) Wiring
Correctly and securely perform the wiring. Failure to do so could lead to abnormal operation of the
motor.
Do not install a condensing capacitor, surge absorber or radio noise filter on the output side of the drive
unit.
Correctly connect the output side of the drive unit (terminals U, V, W). Failure to do so could lead to
abnormal operation of the motor.
When using a power regenerative power supply unit, always install an AC reactor for each power supply
unit.
In the main circuit power supply side of the unit, always install an appropriate circuit protector or
contactor for each unit. Circuit protector or contactor cannot be shared by several units.
Always connect the motor to the drive unit's output terminals (U, V, W).
Do not directly connect a commercial power supply to the servomotor. Failure to observe this could
result in a fault.
When using an inductive load such as a relay, always connect a diode as a noise measure parallel to
the load.
When using a capacitance load such as a lamp, always connect a protective resistor as a noise
measure serial to the load.
Servodrive unit
Do not reverse the direction of a diode which
COM
connect to a DC relay for the control output
(24VDC)
signals such as contractor and motor brake
output, etc. to suppress a surge. Connecting it
Control output
signal
backwards could cause the drive unit to
malfunction so that signals are not output, and
emergency stop and other safety circuits are inoperable.
Servodrive unit
COM
(24VDC)
RA
Control output
signal
RA
Do not connect/disconnect the cables connected between the units while the power is ON.
Securely tighten the cable connector fixing screw or fixing mechanism. An insecure fixing could cause
the cable to fall off while the power is ON.
When using a shielded cable instructed in the instruction manual, always ground the cable with a cable
clamp, etc.
Always separate the signals wires from the drive wire and power line.
Use wires and cables that have a wire diameter, heat resistance and flexibility that conforms to the
system.
(3) Trial operation and adjustment
Check and adjust each program and parameter before starting operation. Failure to do so could lead to
unforeseen operation of the machine.
Do not make remarkable adjustments and changes of parameter as the operation could become
unstable.
The usable motor and unit combination is predetermined. Always check the combinations and
parameters before starting trial operation.
The linear servomotor does not have a stopping device such as magnetic brakes. Install a stopping
device on the machine side.
CAUTION
(4) Usage methods
In abnormal state, install an external emergency stop circuit so that the operation can be stopped and
power shut off immediately.
Turn the power OFF immediately if smoke, abnormal noise or odors are generated from the unit or
motor.
Do not disassemble or repair this product.
Never make modifications.
When an alarm occurs, the machine will start suddenly if an alarm reset (RST) is carried out while an
operation start signal (ST) is being input. Always confirm that the operation signal is OFF before
carrying out an alarm reset. Failure to do so could lead to accidents or injuries.
Reduce magnetic damage by installing a noise filter. The electronic devices used near the unit could be
affected by magnetic noise. Install a line noise filter, etc., if there is a risk of magnetic noise.
Use the unit, motor and regenerative resistor with the designated combination. Failure to do so could
lead to fires or trouble.
The brake (magnetic brake) of the servomotor are for holding, and must not be used for normal braking.
There may be cases when holding is not possible due to the magnetic brake's life, the machine
construction (when ball screw and servomotor are coupled via a timing belt, etc.) or the magnetic
brake's failure. Install a stop device to ensure safety on the machine side.
After changing the programs/parameters or after maintenance and inspection, always test the operation
before starting actual operation.
Do not enter the movable range of the machine during automatic operation. Never place body parts
near or touch the spindle during rotation.
Follow the power supply specification conditions given in each specification for the power (input voltage,
input frequency, tolerable sudden power failure time, etc.).
Set all bits to "0" if they are indicated as not used or empty in the explanation on the bits.
Do not use the dynamic brakes except during the emergency stop. Continued use of the dynamic
brakes could result in brake damage.
If a circuit protector for the main circuit power supply is shared by several units, the circuit protector may
not activate when a short-circuit fault occurs in a small capacity unit. This is dangerous, so never share
the circuit protector.
Mitsubishi spindle motor is dedicated to machine tools. Do not use for other purposes.
(5) Troubleshooting
If a hazardous situation is predicted during power failure or product trouble, use a servomotor with
magnetic brakes or install an external brake mechanism.
Use a double circuit configuration that allows the
operation circuit for the magnetic brakes to be operated
even by the external emergency stop signal.
Shut off with the servomotor
brake control output.
EMG
Servomotor
Always turn the main circuit power of the motor OFF
when an alarm occurs.
If an alarm occurs, remove the cause, and secure the
safety before resetting the alarm.
Shut off with NC brake
control PLC output.
MBR
Magnetic
brake
24VDC
CAUTION
(6) Maintenance, inspection and part replacement
Always backup the programs and parameters before starting maintenance or inspections.
The capacity of the electrolytic capacitor will drop over time due to self-discharging, etc. To prevent
secondary disasters due to failures, replacing this part every five years when used under a normal
environment is recommended. Contact the Service Center, Service Station, Sales Office or delayer for
repairs or part replacement.
Do not perform a megger test (insulation resistance measurement) during inspections.
If the battery low warning is issued, back up the machining programs, tool data and parameters with an
input/output unit, and then replace the battery.
Do not short circuit, charge, overheat, incinerate or disassemble the battery.
For after-purchase servicing of the built-in motor (including the detector), supplies of servicing parts and
repairs can only be offered.
For maintenance, part replacement, and services in case of failures in the built-in motor (including the
detector), take necessary actions at your end. For spindle drive unit, Mitsubishi can offer the afterpurchase servicing as with the general spindle drive unit.
When a failure has occurred in the built-in motor (including the detector), some period of time can be
required to supply the servicing parts or repair. Prepare the spare parts at your end whenever possible.
(7) Disposal
Take the batteries and backlights for LCD, etc., off from the controller, drive unit and motor, and dispose
of them as general industrial wastes.
Do not disassemble the unit or motor.
Dispose of the battery according to local laws.
Always return the secondary side (magnet side) of the linear servomotor to the Service Center or
Service Station.
When incinerating optical communication cable, hydrogen fluoride gas or hydrogen chloride gas which
is corrosive and harmful may be generated. For disposal of optical communication cable, request for
specialized industrial waste disposal services that has incineration facility for disposing hydrogen
fluoride gas or hydrogen chloride gas.
(8) Transportation
The unit and motor are precision parts and must be handled carefully.
According to a United Nations Advisory, the battery unit and battery must be transported according to
the rules set forth by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), International Air
Transportation Association (IATA), International Maritime Organization (IMO), and United States
Department of Transportation (DOT), etc.
(9) General precautions
The drawings given in this manual show the covers and safety partitions, etc., removed to provide a
clearer explanation. Always return the covers or partitions to their respective places before starting
operation, and always follow the instructions given in this manual.
Treatment of waste
The following two laws will apply when disposing of this product. Considerations must be made to each law.
The following laws are in effect in Japan. Thus, when using this product overseas, the local laws will have a
priority. If necessary, indicate or notify these laws to the final user of the product.
(1) Requirements for "Law for Promotion of Effective Utilization of Resources"
(a) Recycle as much of this product as possible when finished with use.
(b) When recycling, often parts are sorted into steel scraps and electric parts, etc., and sold to scrap
contractors. Mitsubishi recommends sorting the product and selling the members to appropriate
contractors.
(2) Requirements for "Law for Treatment of Waste and Cleaning"
(a) Mitsubishi recommends recycling and selling the product when no longer needed according to item
(1) above. The user should make an effort to reduce waste in this manner.
(b) When disposing a product that cannot be resold, it shall be treated as a waste product.
(c) The treatment of industrial waste must be commissioned to a licensed industrial waste treatment
contractor, and appropriate measures, including a manifest control, must be taken.
(d) Batteries correspond to "primary batteries", and must be disposed of according to local disposal
laws.
Disposal
(Note)
This symbol mark is for EU countries only.
This symbol mark is according to the directive 2006/66/EC Article 20 Information for endusers and Annex II.
Your MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC product is designed and manufactured with high quality materials and
components which can be recycled and/or reused.
This symbol means that batteries and accumulators, at their end-of-life, should be disposed of
separately from your household waste.
If a chemical symbol is printed beneath the symbol shown above, this chemical symbol means that the
battery or accumulator contains a heavy metal at a certain concentration. This will be indicated as
follows:
Hg: mercury (0,0005%), Cd: cadmium (0,002%), Pb: lead (0,004%)
In the European Union there are separate collection systems for used batteries and accumulators.
Please, dispose of batteries and accumulators correctly at your local community waste collection/
recycling centre.
Please, help us to conserve the environment we live in!
Trademarks
MELDAS, MELSEC, EZSocket, EZMotion, iQ Platform, MELSOFT, GOT, CC-Link, CC-Link/LT, CCLink IE are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Mitsubishi Electric Corporation in Japan and/
or other countries.
Other company and product names that appear in this manual are trademarks or registered trademarks
of the respective companies.
本製品の取扱いについて
( 日本語 /Japanese)
本製品は工業用 ( クラス A) 電磁環境適合機器です。販売者あるいは使用者はこの点に注意し、住商業環境以外で
の使用をお願いいたします。
Handling of our product
(English)
This is a class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the
user may be required to take adequate measures.
본 제품의 취급에 대해서
( 한국어 /Korean)
이 기기는 업무용 (A 급 ) 전자파적합기기로서 판매자 또는 사용자는 이 점을 주의하시기 바라며 가정외의 지역에
서 사용하는 것을 목적으로 합니다 .
Contents
1 Introduction ............................................................................................................................................. 1 - 1
1-1 Servo/spindle drive system configuration ......................................................................................... 1 - 2
1-1-1 System configuration ................................................................................................................ 1 - 2
1-2 Explanation of type ........................................................................................................................... 1 - 4
1-2-1 Servomotor type ....................................................................................................................... 1 - 4
1-2-2 Servo drive unit type................................................................................................................. 1 - 5
1-2-3 Spindle motor type.................................................................................................................... 1 - 6
1-2-4 AC reactor type......................................................................................................................... 1 - 7
2 Specifications.......................................................................................................................................... 2 - 1
2-1 Servomotor ....................................................................................................................................... 2 - 2
2-1-1 Specifications list ...................................................................................................................... 2 - 2
2-1-2 Torque characteristics .............................................................................................................. 2 - 5
2-2 Spindle motor.................................................................................................................................... 2 - 7
2-2-1 Specifications ........................................................................................................................... 2 - 7
2-2-2 Output characteristics............................................................................................................. 2 - 13
2-3 Drive unit......................................................................................................................................... 2 - 16
2-3-1 Installation environment conditions ........................................................................................ 2 - 16
2-3-2 Multi axis drive unit ................................................................................................................. 2 - 17
2-3-3 Unit outline dimension drawing............................................................................................... 2 - 18
2-3-4 AC reactor .............................................................................................................................. 2 - 18
2-3-5 Explanation of each part......................................................................................................... 2 - 19
3 Function Specifications.......................................................................................................................... 3 - 1
Function specifications list ...................................................................................................................... 3 - 2
3-1 Base control functions ...................................................................................................................... 3 - 5
3-1-1 Full closed loop control............................................................................................................. 3 - 5
3-1-2 Position command synchronous control................................................................................... 3 - 5
3-1-3 Speed command synchronous control ..................................................................................... 3 - 6
3-1-4 Distance-coded reference position control ............................................................................... 3 - 6
3-1-5 Spindle's continuous position loop control................................................................................ 3 - 7
3-1-6 Coil changeover control............................................................................................................ 3 - 7
3-1-7 Gear changeover control .......................................................................................................... 3 - 7
3-1-8 Orientation control .................................................................................................................... 3 - 7
3-1-9 Indexing control ........................................................................................................................ 3 - 7
3-1-10 Synchronous tapping control .................................................................................................. 3 - 7
3-1-11 Spindle synchronous control .................................................................................................. 3 - 8
3-1-12 Spindle/C axis control............................................................................................................. 3 - 8
3-1-13 Proximity switch orientation control ........................................................................................ 3 - 8
3-1-14 Power regeneration control .................................................................................................... 3 - 8
3-1-15 Resistor regeneration control ................................................................................................. 3 - 8
3-2 Servo/Spindle control functions ........................................................................................................ 3 - 9
3-2-1 Torque limit function ................................................................................................................. 3 - 9
3-2-2 Variable speed loop gain control .............................................................................................. 3 - 9
3-2-3 Gain changeover for synchronous tapping control ................................................................... 3 - 9
3-2-4 Speed loop PID changeover control....................................................................................... 3 - 10
3-2-5 Disturbance torque observer .................................................................................................. 3 - 10
3-2-6 Smooth High Gain control (SHG control) ............................................................................... 3 - 10
3-2-7 High-speed synchronous tapping control (OMR-DD control) ................................................. 3 - 10
3-2-8 Dual feedback control............................................................................................................. 3 - 11
3-2-9 HAS control ............................................................................................................................ 3 - 11
3-2-10 Control loop gain changeover............................................................................................... 3 - 11
3-2-11 Spindle output stabilizing control .......................................................................................... 3 - 12
3-2-12 High-response spindle acceleration/deceleration function ................................................... 3 - 12
3-3 Compensation control function ....................................................................................................... 3 - 13
3-3-1 Jitter compensation ................................................................................................................ 3 - 13
3-3-2 Notch filter .............................................................................................................................. 3 - 13
3-3-3 Adaptive tracking-type notch filter .......................................................................................... 3 - 13
3-3-4 Overshooting compensation................................................................................................... 3 - 14
3-3-5 Machine end compensation control........................................................................................ 3 - 14
3-3-6 Lost motion compensation type 2........................................................................................... 3 - 15
3-3-7 Lost motion compensation type 3........................................................................................... 3 - 15
3-3-8 Lost motion compensation type 4........................................................................................... 3 - 16
3-3-9 Spindle motor temperature compensation function ................................................................ 3 - 16
3-4 Protection function .......................................................................................................................... 3 - 17
3-4-1 Deceleration control at emergency stop ................................................................................. 3 - 17
3-4-2 Vertical axis drop prevention/pull-up control........................................................................... 3 - 17
3-4-3 Earth fault detection................................................................................................................ 3 - 17
3-4-4 Collision detection function..................................................................................................... 3 - 18
3-4-5 Safety observation function .................................................................................................... 3 - 18
3-4-6 Fan stop detection .................................................................................................................. 3 - 18
3-4-7 Open-phase detection ............................................................................................................ 3 - 18
3-4-8 Contactor weld detection ........................................................................................................ 3 - 18
3-5 Sequence functions ........................................................................................................................ 3 - 19
3-5-1 Contactor control function....................................................................................................... 3 - 19
3-5-2 Motor brake control function ................................................................................................... 3 - 19
3-5-3 External emergency stop function .......................................................................................... 3 - 19
3-5-4 Specified speed output ........................................................................................................... 3 - 20
3-5-5 Quick READY ON sequence .................................................................................................. 3 - 20
3-6 Diagnosis function........................................................................................................................... 3 - 21
3-6-1 Monitor output function ........................................................................................................... 3 - 21
3-6-2 Machine resonance frequency display function...................................................................... 3 - 28
3-6-3 Machine inertia display function ............................................................................................. 3 - 28
3-6-4 Motor temperature display function ........................................................................................ 3 - 28
3-6-5 Load monitor output function .................................................................................................. 3 - 28
3-6-6 Open loop control function...................................................................................................... 3 - 28
3-6-7 Power supply voltage display function.................................................................................... 3 - 28
4 Characteristics ........................................................................................................................................ 4 - 1
4-1 Servomotor ....................................................................................................................................... 4 - 2
4-1-1 Environmental conditions ........................................................................................................ 4 - 2
4-1-2 Quakeproof level ...................................................................................................................... 4 - 2
4-1-3 Shaft characteristics ................................................................................................................. 4 - 3
4-1-4 Machine accuracy..................................................................................................................... 4 - 3
4-1-5 Oil / water standards................................................................................................................. 4 - 4
4-1-6 Installation of servo motor ........................................................................................................ 4 - 5
4-1-7 Overload protection characteristics .......................................................................................... 4 - 5
4-1-8 Magnetic brake ....................................................................................................................... 4 - 10
4-1-9 Dynamic brake characteristics ............................................................................................... 4 - 13
4-2 Spindle motor.................................................................................................................................. 4 - 16
4-2-1 Environmental conditions ...................................................................................................... 4 - 16
4-2-2 Shaft characteristics ............................................................................................................... 4 - 16
4-2-3 Machine accuracy................................................................................................................... 4 - 17
4-2-4 Installation of spindle motor.................................................................................................... 4 - 17
4-3 Drive unit......................................................................................................................................... 4 - 18
4-3-1 Environmental conditions ...................................................................................................... 4 - 18
4-3-2 Heating value.......................................................................................................................... 4 - 18
5 Dedicated Options .................................................................................................................................. 5 - 1
5-1 Servo options .................................................................................................................................... 5 - 2
5-1-1 Battery option (ER6V-C119B, A6BAT, MDS-BTBOX-36) ........................................................ 5 - 3
5-1-2 Ball screw side detector (OSA105ET2A)................................................................................ 5 - 15
5-2 Spindle options ............................................................................................................................... 5 - 17
5-2-1 Spindle side ABZ pulse output detector (OSE-1024 Series) .................................................. 5 - 18
5-2-2 Spindle side PLG serial output detector (TS5690, MU1606 Series) ...................................... 5 - 20
5-2-3 Spindle side accuracy serial output detector (ERM280, MPCI Series)
(Other manufacturer's product) ........................................................................................................ 5 - 24
5-3 Detector interface unit..................................................................................................................... 5 - 25
5-3-1 Scale interface unit MDS-EX-SR............................................................................................ 5 - 25
5-3-2 Serial output interface unit for ABZ analog detector EIB192M
(Other manufacturer's product).............................................................................................. 5 - 27
5-3-3 Serial output interface unit for ABZ analog detector EIB392M
(Other manufacturer's product).............................................................................................. 5 - 28
5-3-4 Serial output interface unit for ABZ analog detector ADB-20J Series
(Other manufacturer's product).............................................................................................. 5 - 29
5-4 Drive unit option.............................................................................................................................. 5 - 30
5-4-1 Optical communication repeater unit (FCU7-EX022) ............................................................. 5 - 30
5-5 Cables and connectors ................................................................................................................... 5 - 33
5-5-1 Cable connection diagram...................................................................................................... 5 - 33
5-5-2 List of cables and connectors ................................................................................................. 5 - 35
5-5-3 Optical communication cable specifications ........................................................................... 5 - 42
6 Specifications of Peripheral Devices .................................................................................................... 6 - 1
6-1 Selection of wire ............................................................................................................................... 6 - 2
6-1-1 Example of wires by unit........................................................................................................... 6 - 2
6-2 Selection of circuit protector and contactor....................................................................................... 6 - 4
6-2-1 Selection of circuit protector ..................................................................................................... 6 - 4
6-2-2 Selection of contactor ............................................................................................................... 6 - 5
6-3 Selection of earth leakage breaker ................................................................................................... 6 - 6
6-4 Branch-circuit protection (for control power supply) ......................................................................... 6 - 7
6-4-1 Circuit protector (for MDS-DM-V3) ........................................................................................... 6 - 7
6-4-2 Fuse protection (for MDS-DM-V3)............................................................................................ 6 - 7
6-5 Noise filter......................................................................................................................................... 6 - 8
6-6 Surge absorber ................................................................................................................................. 6 - 9
6-7 Relay............................................................................................................................................... 6 - 10
7 Selection .................................................................................................................................................. 7 - 1
7-1 Selection of the servomotor .............................................................................................................. 7 - 2
7-1-1 Outline ...................................................................................................................................... 7 - 2
7-1-2 Selection of servomotor capacity.............................................................................................. 7 - 3
7-1-3 Motor shaft conversion load torque ........................................................................................ 7 - 10
7-1-4 Expressions for load inertia calculation .................................................................................. 7 - 11
7-2 Selection of the spindle motor ........................................................................................................ 7 - 12
7-3 Selection of the power supply unit .................................................................................................. 7 - 13
7-3-1 Calculation of spindle output .................................................................................................. 7 - 13
7-3-2 Calculation of servo motor output........................................................................................... 7 - 14
7-3-3 Selection of the power supply unit.......................................................................................... 7 - 15
7-3-4 Required capacity of power supply......................................................................................... 7 - 17
7-3-5 Example for power supply unit and power supply facility capacity ......................................... 7 - 18
Appendix 1 Cable and Connector Specifications ..................................................................Appendix 1 - 1
Appendix 1-1 Selection of cable ............................................................................................. Appendix 1 - 2
Appendix 1-1-1 Cable wire and assembly ......................................................................... Appendix 1 - 2
Appendix 1-2 Cable connection diagram ................................................................................ Appendix 1 - 4
Appendix 1-2-1 Battery cable............................................................................................. Appendix 1 - 4
Appendix 1-2-2 Power supply communication cable and connector ................................. Appendix 1 - 6
Appendix 1-2-3 Optical communication repeater unit cable .............................................. Appendix 1 - 7
Appendix 1-2-4 Servo detector cable................................................................................. Appendix 1 - 8
Appendix 1-2-5 Brake cable and connector..................................................................... Appendix 1 - 11
Appendix 1-2-6 Spindle detector cable ............................................................................ Appendix 1 - 12
Appendix 1-3 Main circuit cable connection diagram............................................................ Appendix 1 - 14
Appendix 1-4 Connector outline dimension drawings........................................................... Appendix 1 - 15
Appendix 1-4-1 Connector for drive unit .......................................................................... Appendix 1 - 15
Appendix 1-4-2 Connector for servo ................................................................................ Appendix 1 - 19
Appendix 1-4-3 Connector for spindle ............................................................................. Appendix 1 - 23
Appendix 2 Restrictions for Lithium Batteries.......................................................................Appendix 2 - 1
Appendix 2-1 Restriction for Packing...................................................................................... Appendix 2 - 2
Appendix 2-1-1 Target Products ........................................................................................ Appendix 2 - 2
Appendix 2-1-2 Handling by User ...................................................................................... Appendix 2 - 3
Appendix 2-1-3 Reference ................................................................................................. Appendix 2 - 4
Appendix 2-2 Products information data sheet (ER battery)................................................... Appendix 2 - 5
Appendix 2-3 Issuing Domestic Law of the United States
for Primary Lithium Battery Transportation ...................................................... Appendix 2 - 7
Appendix 2-3-1 Outline of Regulation ................................................................................ Appendix 2 - 7
Appendix 2-3-2 Target Products ........................................................................................ Appendix 2 - 7
Appendix 2-3-3 Handling by User ...................................................................................... Appendix 2 - 7
Appendix 2-3-4 Reference ................................................................................................. Appendix 2 - 7
Appendix 2-4 Restriction related to EU Battery Directive........................................................ Appendix 2 - 8
Appendix 2-4-1 Important Notes ........................................................................................ Appendix 2 - 8
Appendix 2-4-2 Information for end-user ........................................................................... Appendix 2 - 8
Appendix 3 EMC Installation Guidelines ................................................................................Appendix 3 - 1
Appendix 3-1 Introduction ....................................................................................................... Appendix 3 - 2
Appendix 3-2 EMC instructions............................................................................................... Appendix 3 - 2
Appendix 3-3 EMC measures ................................................................................................. Appendix 3 - 3
Appendix 3-4 Measures for panel structure ............................................................................ Appendix 3 - 3
Appendix 3-4-1 Measures for control panel unit ................................................................ Appendix 3 - 3
Appendix 3-4-2 Measures for door ................................................................................... Appendix 3 - 4
Appendix 3-4-3 Measures for operation board panel........................................................ Appendix 3 - 4
Appendix 3-4-4 Shielding of the power supply input section ............................................. Appendix 3 - 4
Appendix 3-5 Measures for various cables ............................................................................. Appendix 3 - 5
Appendix 3-5-1 Measures for wiring in panel..................................................................... Appendix 3 - 5
Appendix 3-5-2 Measures for shield treatment .................................................................. Appendix 3 - 5
Appendix 3-5-3 Servo/spindle motor power cable ............................................................. Appendix 3 - 6
Appendix 3-5-4 Servo/spindle motor feedback cable ........................................................ Appendix 3 - 7
Appendix 3-6 EMC countermeasure parts .............................................................................. Appendix 3 - 7
Appendix 3-6-1 Shield clamp fitting ................................................................................... Appendix 3 - 7
Appendix 3-6-2 Ferrite core ............................................................................................... Appendix 3 - 8
Appendix 3-6-3 Power line filter ......................................................................................... Appendix 3 - 8
Appendix 3-6-4 Surge protector....................................................................................... Appendix 3 - 13
Appendix 4 Compliance with Restrictions in China ..............................................................Appendix 4 - 1
Appendix 4-1 Compliance with China CCC certification system............................................. Appendix 4 - 2
Appendix 4-1-1 Outline of China CCC certification system ............................................... Appendix 4 - 2
Appendix 4-1-2 First catalogue of products subject to compulsory product certification ... Appendix 4 - 2
Appendix 4-1-3 Precautions for shipping products ............................................................ Appendix 4 - 3
Appendix 4-1-4 Application for exemption ......................................................................... Appendix 4 - 3
Appendix 4-1-5 Mitsubishi NC product subject to/not subject to CCC certification............ Appendix 4 - 5
Appendix 4-2 Response to the China environment restrictions .............................................. Appendix 4 - 6
Appendix 4-2-1 Outline of the law on the pollution prevention and control
for electronic information products........................................................... Appendix 4 - 6
Appendix 4-2-2 Response to the drive product for Mitsubishi NC ..................................... Appendix 4 - 6
Appendix 4-2-3 Indication based on "Pollution suppression marking request
for electronic information product" ........................................................... Appendix 4 - 7
Outline for MDS-DM Series
Instruction Manual (IB-1500893-D)
1 Installation
2-8-3 Safety observation function
2-8-4 Specified speed output
2-8-5 Spindle coil changeover (MDS-DM-SPV Series)
2-8-6 Proximity switch orientation
3 Setup
1-1 Installation of servomotor
3-1 Initial setup
1-1-1 Environmental conditions
3-1-1 Setting the rotary switch
1-1-2 Quakeproof level
3-1-2 Setting DIP switch
1-1-3 Cautions for mounting load (prevention of impact
3-1-3 Transition of LED display after power is turned
on shaft)
ON
1-1-4 Installation direction
3-2 Setting the initial parameters for the servo drive unit
1-1-5 Shaft characteristics
3-2-1 Setting of servo specification parameters
1-1-6 Machine accuracy
3-2-2 Setting of machine side detector
1-1-7 Coupling with the load
3-2-3 List of standard parameters for each servomotor
1-1-8 Oil/water standards
3-2-4 Servo parameters
1-1-9 Installation of servomotor
3-3 Setting the initial parameters for the spindle drive unit
1-1-10 Cable stress
3-3-1 Setting of parameters related to the spindle
1-2 Installation of spindle motor
3-3-2 List of standard parameters for each spindle mo1-2-1 Environmental conditions
tor
1-2-2 Cautions for mounting fittings
3-3-3 Spindle parameters
1-2-3 Shaft characteristics
4 Servo Adjustment
1-2-4 Machine accuracy
4-1 D/A output specifications for servo drive unit
1-2-5 Coupling with the fittings
4-1-1 D/A output specifications
1-2-6 Ambient environment
4-1-2 Output data settings
1-2-7 Installation of spindle motor
4-1-3 Setting the output magnification
1-2-8 Connection
4-2 Servo adjustment procedure
1-2-9 Cable stress
4-3 Gain adjustment
1-3 Installation of the drive unit
4-3-1 Current loop gain
1-3-1 Environmental conditions
4-3-2 Speed loop gain
1-3-2 Installation direction and clearance
4-3-3 Position loop gain
1-3-3 Prevention of entering of foreign matter
4-4 Characteristics improvement
1-3-4 Panel installation hole work drawings (Panel cut
4-4-1 Optimal adjustment of cycle time
drawings)
4-4-2 Vibration suppression measures
1-3-5 Heating value
4-4-3 Improving the cutting surface precision
1-3-6 Heat radiation countermeasures
4-4-4 Improvement of characteristics during accelera1-4 Installation of the spindle detector
tion/deceleration
1-4-1 Spindle side ABZ pulse output detector (OSE4-4-5 Improvement of protrusion at quadrant change1024 Series)
over
1-4-2 Spindle side PLG serial output detector (TS5690,
4-4-6 Improvement of overshooting
MU1606 Series)
4-4-7 Improvement of the interpolation control path
1-4-3 Installation accuracy diagnosis for spindle side
4-5 Adjustment during full closed loop control
PLG detector
4-5-1 Outline
1-5 Noise measures
4-5-2 Speed loop delay compensation
2 Wiring and Connection
4-6 Settings for emergency stop
2-1 Part system connection diagram
4-6-1 Deceleration control
2-2 Main circuit terminal block/control circuit connector
4-6-2 Vertical axis drop prevention control
2-2-1 Names and applications of main circuit terminal
4-6-3 Vertical axis pull-up control
block signals and control circuit connectors
4-7 Protective functions
2-2-2 Connector pin assignment
4-7-1 Overload detection
2-3 NC and drive unit connection
4-7-2 Excessive error detection
2-4 Connecting with optical communication repeater unit
4-7-3 Collision detection function
2-5 Motor and detector connection
4-8 Servo control signal
2-5-1 Connection of the servomotor
4-8-1 Servo control input (NC to Servo)
2-5-2 Connection of the full-closed loop system (Only
4-8-2 Servo control output (Servo to NC)
MDS-DM-SPV2F/SPV3F)
5 Spindle Adjustment
2-5-3 Connection of the spindle motor
5-1 D/A output specifications for spindle drive unit
2-6 Connection of power supply
5-1-1 D/A output specifications
2-6-1 Power supply input connection
5-1-2 Setting the output data
2-6-2 Connecting the grounding cable
5-1-3 Setting the output magnification
2-7 Wiring of the motor brake
5-2 Adjustment procedures for each control
2-7-1 Wiring of the motor magnetic brake
5-2-1 Basic adjustments
2-8 Peripheral control wiring
5-2-2 Gain adjustment
2-8-1 Input/output circuit wiring
5-2-3 Adjusting the acceleration/deceleration operation
2-8-2 Wiring of an external emergency stop
5-2-4 Orientation adjustment
5-2-5 Synchronous tapping adjustment
5-2-6 High-speed synchronous tapping
5-2-7 Spindle C axis adjustment (For lathe system)
5-2-8 Spindle synchronization adjustment (For lathe
system)
5-2-9 Deceleration coil changeover valid function by
emergency stop
5-2-10 High-response acceleration/deceleration function
5-2-11 Spindle cutting withstand level improvement
5-3 Settings for emergency stop
5-3-1 Deceleration control
5-4 Spindle control signal
5-4-1 Spindle control input (NC to Spindle)
5-4-2 Spindle control output (Spindle to NC)
6 Troubleshooting
6-1 Points of caution and confirmation
6-1-1 LED display when alarm or warning occurs
6-2 Protective functions list of units
6-2-1 List of alarms
6-2-2 List of warnings
6-3 Troubleshooting
6-3-1 Troubleshooting at power ON
6-3-2 Troubleshooting for each alarm No.
6-3-3 Troubleshooting for each warning No.
6-3-4 Parameter numbers during initial parameter error
6-3-5 Troubleshooting the spindle system when there is
no alarm or warning
7 Maintenance
7-1 Periodic inspections
7-1-1 Inspections
7-1-2 Cleaning of spindle motor
7-2 Service parts
7-3 Adding and replacing units and parts
7-3-1 Replacing the drive unit
7-3-2 Replacing the unit fan
7-3-3 Replacing the battery
Appendix 1 Cable and Connector Specifications
Appendix 1-1 Selection of cable
Appendix 1-1-1 Cable wire and assembly
Appendix 1-2 Cable connection diagram
Appendix 1-2-1 Battery cable
Appendix 1-2-2 Power supply communication cable
and connector
Appendix 1-2-3 Optical communication repeater unit
cable
Appendix 1-2-4 Servo detector cable
Appendix 1-2-5 Brake cable and connector
Appendix 1-2-6 Spindle detector cable
Appendix 1-3 Main circuit cable connection diagram
Appendix 1-4 Connector outline dimension drawings
Appendix 1-4-1 Connector for drive unit
Appendix 1-4-2 Connector for servo
Appendix 1-4-3 Connector for spindle
Appendix 2 Cable and Connector Assembly
Appendix 2-1 CM10-SPxxS-x(D6) plug connector
Appendix 2-2 CM10-APxxS-x(D6) angle plug connector
Appendix 2-3 CM10-SP-CV reinforcing cover for straight
plug
Appendix 2-4 CM10-AP-D-CV reinforcing cover for angle
plug
Appendix 2-5 1747464-1 plug connector
Appendix 2-5-1 Applicable products
Appendix 2-5-2 Applicable cable
Appendix 2-5-3 Related documents
Appendix 2-5-4 Assembly procedure
Appendix 3 Precautions in Installing Spindle Motor
Appendix 3-1 Precautions in transporting motor
Appendix 3-2 Precautions in selecting motor fittings
Appendix 3-3 Precautions in mounting fittings
Appendix 3-4 Precautions in coupling shafts
Appendix 3-5 Precautions in installing motor in machine
Appendix 3-6 Other Precautions
Appendix 3-7 Example of unbalance correction
Appendix 3-8 Precautions in balancing of motor with key
Appendix 4 EMC Installation Guidelines
Appendix 4-1 Introduction
Appendix 4-2 EMC instructions
Appendix 4-3 EMC measures
Appendix 4-4 Measures for panel structure
Appendix 4-4-1 Measures for control panel unit
Appendix 4-4-2 Measures for door
Appendix 4-4-3 Measures for operation board panel
Appendix 4-4-4 Shielding of the power supply input
section
Appendix 4-5 Measures for various cables
Appendix 4-5-1 Measures for wiring in panel
Appendix 4-5-2 Measures for shield treatment
Appendix 4-5-3 Servo/spindle motor power cable
Appendix 4-5-4 Servo/spindle motor feedback cable
Appendix 4-6 EMC countermeasure parts
Appendix 4-6-1 Shield clamp fitting
Appendix 4-6-2 Ferrite core
Appendix 4-6-3 Power line filter
Appendix 4-6-4 Surge protector
Appendix 5 Higher Harmonic Suppression Measure
Guidelines
Appendix 5-1 Higher harmonic suppression measure
guidelines
Appendix 5-1-1 Calculating the equivalent capacity of
the higher harmonic generator
1
Introduction
1-1
MITSUBISHI CNC
1 Introduction
1-1 Servo/spindle drive system configuration
1-1-1 System configuration
<MDS-DM-V3 Series>
1-axis
servo drive unit
(MDS-D-V1)
3-axis
servo drive unit
(MDS-DM-V3)
Spindle
drive unit
(MDS-D-SP)
Battery cable
From NC
Optical
communication
Optical
communication
cable
CN9 cable
CN2L
CN20
CN2
CN2
Brake
connector
CN3
CN3
CN2M
CN2S
<Option battery>
< Built in cell battery >
Cell battery built in drive unit
(ER6V-C119B)
CN4
Power supply
communication
cable
DOCOM
DO(ALM)
LG
+5V
LG
BT
L+
L-
<Option battery>
Power
connector
Power
connector
Power supply communication connector
<Connector for contactor control output /
external emergency stop>
To 4th axis servo
Power cable (*Only connector is supplied.)
External power supply
is required for motor
brake drive.
Spindle detector cable
< Motor side PLG cable >
Spindle detector cable
< Spindle side detector cable >
Power cable (*Only connector is supplied.)
Spindle motor
Brake cable (*Only connector is supplied.)
Servo detector cable
< Motor side detector cable >
Spindle side detector
Brake connector
Power connector
Servomotor
1-2
Battery case
(MDS-BTCASE+A6BAT)
Circuit protector
(Note) Prepared
by user.
AC reactor
(D-AL)
Battery box
(MDS-BTBOX-36)
Circuit protector or
protection fuse
(Note) Prepared by user.
To 2nd and 3rd
axis servo
3-phase 200VAC
power supply
Built in cell battery
for servo drive unit
or
option battery
Power supply
unit
(MDS-D-CV)
Contactor
(Note) Prepared
by user.
MDS-DM Series Specifications Manual
1-1 Servo/spindle drive system configuration
<MDS-DM-SPV2F/SPV3F Series>
<Option battery>
24V stabilized power supply
(Note) Prepared by user.
DOCOM
DO(ALM)
LG
+5V
LG
BT
Power
connector
Battery box
(MDS-BTBOX-36)
RA circuit for motor brake
(Note) Prepared by user.
From NC
Optical communication
cable
Spindle detector cable
< Spindle side detector cable >
Power cable
To servo for
M/S-axis
Linear scale (for full closed control)
*Serial ABS only
Cell battery built in drive unit
(ER6V-C119B)
Power
connector
Linear scale cable (Note) Prepared by user.
Brake cable
Linear scale cable
(Note) Prepared by user.
for M/S-axis
Servo detector cable
<Motor side detector cable>
cable
䋨*Only connector is supplied䋩
CNV2E-EX
Spindle detector cable
< Motor side PLG cable >
<Built in cell battery>
Scale I/F unit
MDS-EX-SR
To servo for
M/S-axis
Spindle side
detector
Power cable
䋨*Only connector
is supplied䋩
RA circuit for contactor drive
(Note) Prepared by user.
Servomotor
Spindle motor
3-phase 200VAC
power supply
Circuit protector AC reactor
(Note) Prepared (D-AL-18.5K)
by user.
Contactor
(Note) Prepared
by user.
Brake connector
Power connector
1-3
MITSUBISHI CNC
1 Introduction
1-2 Explanation of type
1-2-1 Servomotor type
Motor type
Rated output
Rated rotation speed
Serial No.
Detector type
ROTARY DETECTOR OSA105S5
SER. X X X X X X X X X X X
A2
DATE 0401
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORP.
MADE IN JAPAN
D
Serial No.
Detector rating nameplate
Motor rating nameplate
< HF Series >
HF
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4) -
(5)
(1) Rated output · Maximum rotation speed
Flange size (mm)
Symbol Rated output
Maximum
75
0.75 kW
5000 r/min
90 SQ.
105
1.0 kW
5000 r/min
90 SQ.
54
0.5 kW
4000 r/min
130 SQ.
104
1.0 kW
4000 r/min
130 SQ.
154
1.5 kW
4000 r/min
130 SQ.
224
2.2 kW
4000 r/min
130 SQ.
204
2.0 kW
4000 r/min
176 SQ.
354
3.5 kW
4000 r/min
176 SQ.
123
1.2 kW
3000 r/min
130 SQ.
223
2.2 kW
3000 r/min
130 SQ.
303
3.0 kW
3000 r/min
176 SQ.
453
4.5 kW
3500 r/min
176 SQ.
142
1.4 kW
2000 r/min
130 SQ.
302
3.0 kW
2000 r/min
176 SQ.
(3) Shaft end structure
Symbol
Shaft end structure
S
Straight
T
Taper
(Note) "Taper" is available
for the motor w hose flange size
is 90 SQ. mm or 130 SQ. mm.
(2) Magnetic brake
Symbol
Magnetic brake
None
None
B
With magnetic brakes
< HF-KP Series >
HF-KP
(1)
(2)
JW04-S6
(1) Rated output · Maximum rotation speed
Sy mbol
23
43
73
1-4
Rated output
0.2 kW
0.4 kW
0.75 kW
Maximum rotation speed
6000 r/min
6000 r/min
6000 r/min
(2) Magnetic brake
Flange size (mm)
Sy mbol
Magnetic brake
60 SQ.
60 SQ.
80 SQ.
None
B
None
With magnetic brake
(5) Detector
Symbol
A48
A51
Detection method
Absolute
position
Resolution
260,000 p/rev
1,000,000 p/rev
(4) Production plant
Production plant
Symbol
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Nagoya Works
None
Mitsubishi Electric Dalian Industrial Products Co., Ltd. (MDI)
C
MDS-DM Series Specifications Manual
1-2 Explanation of type
1-2-2 Servo drive unit type
(1) 3-axis integrated servo drive unit
Output
MITSUBISHI SERVO DRIVE UNIT
MDSDMV3- 404040
TYPE
Applicable standard
Software No.
Serial No.
Type
POWER 1.0/1.0/1.0kW
INPUT 21A DC270
- 311V
0.2A 1PH 200/200 - 230V 50/60Hz
OUTPUT **/**/**A 3PH 155V 0- 240Hz
*******
MANUAL# IB - *******
Input/output conditions
S/W 1501W001 A5 H/W VER. *
SERIAL# J3ASVG53CF0 DATE 07/03
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION JA P A N
Manual No.
* J 3 A S V G 5 3 C F 0 % *
Rating nameplate
(1)
MDS-DM-
75
105
54
104
HF□
154 123
(N・ m) 2.0
3.0
2.9
5.9
7.0
Compatible
motor type
(1) Unit Type
MDS-DMUnit
w idth
Unit
nominal
maximum
current
223
142
302
23
HF-KP□
43
73
Stall torque
7.0
12
20
0.64
11.0
(10.0)
(15.6)
1.3
5.1
Axis
L
●
●
●
●
●
●
M
●
●
●
●
●
●
S
●
●
●
●
●
●
60mm
L
●
●
●
●
□
●
●
●
●
40+40+40A
M
V3-404040
●
●
●
●
□
●
○
●
○
S
●
●
●
●
□
●
○
●
○
● Indicates the compatible motor for each servo drive unit.
○ Indicates the motor that can be combine w ith the drive unit although the stall torque is limited.
□ Indicates the motor that can be combine w ith the drive unit although the stall torque and maximum torque are limited.
(Note) The values in the parentheses are specifications w hen connecting w ith the M/S-axis of the MDS-DM-V3-404040.
●
20+20+20A
V3-202020
●
●
(2) Multi axis integrated servo drive unit
Output
MITSUBISHI
MULTI AXIS UNIT
Type
MDSDMSPV3F-20080
TYPE
POWER CV 18.5kW/SP 11kW/SV 3.0kWX3
INPUT 65A 3PH 200/200- 230V 50/60Hx
OUTPUT SP 49A 3PH 155V 0 - 833Hz
OUTPUT SV 15.8AX3 3PH 155V 0- 240Hz
EN50178
MANUAL# IB- *******
Applicable standard
Software No.
Input/output conditions
S/W A0/A0/A0
H/W VER. *
SERIAL# J3AR4G64R01 DATE 08/04
Serial No.
Manual No.
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION
JA P A N
Rating nameplate
MDS-DM(1) Unit Type
MDS-DM-
(1)
Compatible
motor type
54
Stall torque
Unit
Unit
nominal
(N・ m) 2.9
w idth
maximum
Axis
current
●
SPV3F-10080
80+80+80A
LMS
SPV3F-16080
80+80+80A
LMS
●
LMS
SPV3F-20080
80+80+80A
●
260mm 120+120+120A
SPV3F-200120
LMS
SPV2F-10080
80+80A
LM
●
SPV2F-16080
80+80A
LM
●
SPV2F-20080
80+80A
LM
●
● Indicates the compatible motor for each servo drive unit.
HF□
204 354
104
154
224
223
5.9
9.0
12.0 13.7 22.5 12.0 22.5 37.2 20.0
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
303
●
453
302
●
●
1-5
MITSUBISHI CNC
1 Introduction
1-2-3 Spindle motor type
MITSUBISHI
MODEL
AC SPINDLE MOTOR
SJ−VS26−01ZT
S1 CONT
S2 30min S3 50%
kW
22
16.5
26
19.5
A max
127
88
145
103
r/min(Hz)
1500(51)−6000(206)
8000(273)
1500(52)−6000(207)
8000(274)
4 POLE
POWER FACTOR 83 %
AMP INPUT 200−230V 50/60Hz
AMB TEMP.0−40℃
SERIAL
FRAME C160F
IEC 60034−1
3 PHASES
WIND CONNECT Δ
MOTOR INPUT 133 − 150 V
THERMAL CLASSIFICATION 155(F)
DATE
MASS 155 kg IP 44
SPEC No. RSV10640*
MADE IN JAPAN
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION
A76543−21
995291−01
Rating nameplate
< SJ-D Series >
SJ-D (1)
(2) / (3) - (4) (5) - (6)
(1) Motor series
(4) Specification code
Symbol
Motor Series
None
Standard
J
Compact & lightw eight
specifications
(6) Option (Note)
Symbol
Indicates a specification
code (01 to 99).
Option
None Standard (flange type, w ithout oil seal,
w ithout key, coil changeover
unavailable, air-cooling, solid shaft)
(3) Maximum rotation speed
Indicates the hundreds place
and higher order digits.
(2) Short time (or %ED) rated output
C
With key
J
X
Oil seal
Reversed cooling air
(Note) If more than one option is included,
the symbols are in alphabetical order.
Symbol
Short-time rated output
5.5
5.5kW
(5) Detector
7.5
7.5kW
Symbol
Type
11
11kW
None
Type 1
15
15kW
T
Type 2
(Note) This explains the model name system of a spindle motor, and all combinations of motor types listed above do not exist.
< SJ-V Series >
SJ- (1)
(2)
-
(3)
(4)
T
For MDS-D/DM motor
(1) Motor series
(2) Short time rated output
(4) Special specification
Symbol
Motor series
Symbol Short time rated output
Symbol
V
Medium-inertia series
5.5
5.5 kW
None
None
VL
Low -inertia series
7.5
7.5 kW
Z
High-speed
11
11 kW
15
15 kW
Special specifications
(3) Specification code
The SJ-V/VL Series is indicated w ith a specification
code (01 to 99).
(Note 1) For the short time rated output of the w ide range constant output, high-speed and hollow shaft series refer to the specifications od each spindle motor.
(Note 2) The built-in spindle motor is available by special order.
(Note 3) This explains the model name system of a spindle motor, and all combinations of motor types listed above do not exist.
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1-2 Explanation of type
1-2-4 AC reactor type
Type
D-AL-18.5K
Nameplate
Top surface of AC reactor
Type
Capacity
Compatible pow er supply unit
D-AL-18.5K
18.5kW
MDS-DM-SPV Series
1-7
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1 Introduction
1-8
2
Specifications
2-1
MITSUBISHI CNC
2 Specifications
2-1 Servomotor
2-1-1 Specifications list
< HF Series >
HF Series
ABS specifications: HF □ -A51 / -A48
Servomotor type
MDS-DM-V3Compatible
drive unit type
MDS-DM-SPV3FMDS-DM-SPV2F-
Continuous
characteristics
HF75
HF105
HF54
HF104
HF224
HF204
202020
404040
202020
404040
404040
404040
404040
HF154
-
-
-
-
-
xxx80
xxx80
-
xxx80
200120
xxx80
200120
xxx80
200120
-
-
xxx80
xxx80
-
xxx80
xxx80
xxx80
Rated output [kW]
0.75
1.0
0.5
1.0
1.5
1.5
2.2
2.0
Rated current [A]
2.8
3.6
1.8
3.6
5.8
5.8
8.5
6.8
Rated torque [N•m]
1.8
2.4
1.6
3.2
4.8
4.8
7.0
6.4
Stall current [A]
3.2
4.6
3.2
6.6
8.5
11.0
14.5
14.6
Stall torque [N•m]
Power facility capacity [kVA]
2.0
3.0
2.9
5.9
7.0
9.0
12.0
13.7
1.5
2.0
1.1
2.0
2.8
2.8
4.1
3.7
Rated rotation speed [r/min]
4000
Maximum rotation speed [r/min]
3000
5000
4000
Maximum current [A]
14.0
15.5
16.8
29.0
29.0
52.0
57.0
57.0
Maximum torque [N•m]
8.0
11.0
13.0
23.3
23.7
42.0
46.5
47.0
Power rate at continuous rated torque [kW/s]
12.3
11.2
4.1
8.4
12.7
12.7
20.7
10.6
Motor inertia [kg•cm2]
2.6
5.1
6.1
11.9
17.8
17.8
23.7
38.3
2.8
5.3
8.3
14.1
20.0
20.0
25.9
48.0
2
Motor inertia with brake [kg•cm ]
High-speed, high-accuracy machine: 3 times or less of motor inertia
General machine tool (interpolation axis): 5 times or less of motor inertia
General machine (non-interpolation axis): 7 times or less of motor inertia
Maximum motor shaft conversion load inertia
ratio
Motor side detector
Resolution per motor revolution
A51: 1,000,000 pulse/rev, A48: 260,000 pulse/rev
Degree of protection
IP67 (The shaft-through portion is excluded.)
Operation: 0 to 40 ℃ (with no freezing),
Storage: -15 ℃ to 70 ℃ (with no freezing)
Ambient temperature
Operation: 80%RH or less (with no dew condensation),
Storage: 90%RH or less (with no dew condensation)
Ambient humidity
Atmosphere
Environment
Indoors (no direct sunlight); no corrosive gas, inflammable gas, oil mist, or dust
Operation: 1000 meters or less above sea level,
Storage: 10000 meters or less above sea level
Altitude
Flange size [mm]
X:24.5m/s2 (2.5G)
X,Y:24.5m/s2 (2.5G)
Vibration
Y:29.4m/s2 (3G)
90 SQ.
90 SQ.
130 SQ.
130 SQ.
130 SQ.
130 SQ.
Total length (excluding shaft) [mm] (Note 3)
126.5
162.5
118.5
140.5
162.5
184.5
143.5
Flange fitting diameter [mm]
φ80
φ80
φ110
φ110
φ110
φ110
φ114.3
Shaft diameter [mm]
φ14
φ14
φ24
φ24
Mass Without / with brake [kg]
2.5/
3.9
4.3/
5.7
4.8/
6.8
6.5/
8.5
Heat-resistant class
φ24
8.3/
10.3
8.3/
10.3
176 SQ.
φ24
φ35
10.0/
12.0
12.0/
18.0
155 (F)
(Note 1) The above characteristics values are representative values. The maximum current and maximum torque are the
values when combined with the drive unit.
(Note 2) Use the HF motor in combination with the MDS-DM Series drive unit compatible with the 200VAC input.
(Note 3) The total length will be 3.5mm longer when using an A51 detector.
(Note 4) The values in the parentheses are specifications when connecting with the M/S-axis of the MDS-DM-V3-404040.
(Note 5) Only the combination designated in this manual can be used for the motor and drive unit. Always use the
designated combination.
For outline dimension drawings, refer to "DRIVE SYSTEM DATA BOOK" (IB-1500273(ENG)).
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2-1 Servomotor
< HF Series >
HF Series
ABS specifications: HF □ -A51 / -A48
Servomotor type
HF354
HF123
-
202020
404040
404040
MDS-DM-SPV3F-
200120
-
MDS-DM-SPV2F-
-
MDS-DM-V3Compatible
drive unit type
Continuous
characteristics
HF223
HF303
HF453
HF142
HF302
-
-
202020
404040
404040
xxx80
xxx80
200120
200120
-
xxx80
-
xxx80
xxx80
-
-
xxx80
3.0
-
1.4
3.0
(2.2)
Rated output [kW]
-
1.2
2.2
(2.1)
Rated current [A]
3.5
5.2
9.0
(8.5)
10.7
4.5
5.2
10.9
(8.5)
Rated torque [N•m]
13.8
5.7
10.5
(10.0)
14.3
13.4
6.7
14.3
(10.6)
Stall current [A]
11.1
6.4
10.2
(8.5)
15.8
14.3
6.4
10.9
(8.5)
Stall torque [N•m]
28.0
7.0
12.0
(10.0)
22.5
34.0
11.0
20.0
(15.6)
22.5
2.3
4.1
(3.9)
5.5
37.2
2.7
5.5
(4.1)
Power facility capacity [kVA]
Rated rotation speed [r/min]
6.4
2000
8.1
Maximum rotation speed [r/min]
3000
3000
3000
2000
Maximum current [A]
4000
15.5
29.0
48.0
3500
15.5
29.0
Maximum torque [N•m]
79.6
17.0
32.0
64.0
79.6
26.5
50.0
Power rate at continuous rated torque [kW/s]
75.0
27.3
46.5
27.3
90.0
25.2
27.3
Motor inertia [kg•cm2]
16.5
11.9
23.7
75.0
18.3
17.8
75.0
Motor inertia with brake [kg•cm2]
75.0
14.1
25.9
84.7
112.0
20.0
84.7
2000
High-speed, high-accuracy machine: 3 times or less of motor inertia
General machine tool (interpolation axis): 5 times or less of motor inertia
General machine (non-interpolation axis): 7 times or less of motor inertia
Maximum motor shaft conversion load inertia
ratio
Motor side detector
Resolution per motor revolution
A51: 1,000,000 pulse/rev, A48: 260,000 pulse/rev
Degree of protection
IP67 (The shaft-through portion is excluded.)
Operation: 0 to 40 ℃ (with no freezing),
Storage: -15 ℃ to 70 ℃ (with no freezing)
Ambient temperature
Operation: 80%RH or less (with no dew condensation),
Storage: 90%RH or less (with no dew condensation)
Ambient humidity
Atmosphere
Environment
Indoors (no direct sunlight); no corrosive gas, inflammable gas, oil mist, or dust
Operation: 1000 meters or less above sea level,
Storage: 10000 meters or less above sea level
Altitude
Vibration
Flange size [mm]
X:24.5m/s2
(2.5G)
Y:29.4m/s2
(3G)
X,Y:24.5m/s2 (2.5G)
X:24.5m/s2 (2.5G)
Y:29.4m/s2 (3G)
X,Y: 24.5m/s2
(2.5G)
X:24.5m/s2
(2.5G)
Y:29.4m/s2
(3G)
176 SQ.
130 SQ.
130 SQ.
176 SQ.
176 SQ.
130 SQ.
183.5
140.5
184.5
183.5
223.5
162.5
183.5
φ114.3
φ110
φ110
φ114.3
φ114.3
φ110
φ114.3
Shaft diameter [mm]
φ35
φ24
φ24
φ35
φ35
φ24
φ35
Mass Without / with brake [kg]
19.0/
25.0
6.5/
8.5
10.0/
12.0
19.0/
25.0
26.0/
32.0
8.3/
10.3
19.0/
25.0
Total length (excluding shaft) [mm] (Note 3)
Flange fitting diameter [mm]
Heat-resistant class
176 SQ.
155 (F)
(Note 1) The above characteristics values are representative values. The maximum current and maximum torque are the
values when combined with the drive unit.
(Note 2) Use the HF motor in combination with the MDS-DM Series drive unit compatible with the 200VAC input.
(Note 3) The total length will be 3.5mm longer when using an A51 detector.
(Note 4) The values in the parentheses are specifications when connecting with the M/S-axis of the MDS-DM-V3-404040.
(Note 5) Only the combination designated in this manual can be used for the motor and drive unit. Always use the
designated combination.
For outline dimension drawings, refer to "DRIVE SYSTEM DATA BOOK" (IB-1500273(ENG)).
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MITSUBISHI CNC
2 Specifications
< HF-KP Series >
HF-KP Series
Servomotor type
HF-KP23JW04-S6
HF-KP43JW04-S6
HF-KP73JW04-S6
202020
202020
202020
-
-
-
0.2
0.4
0.75
Rated current [A]
1.4
2.7
5.2
Rated torque [N•m]
0.64
1.3
2.4
Stall current [A]
1.4
2.7
5.2
Stall torque [N•m]
0.64
1.3
2.4
0.6
0.9
1.5
MDS-DM-V3-
Compatible
drive unit type
MDS-DM-SPV2F/SPV3FRated output [kW]
Continuous
characteristics
Absolute position standard
Power facility capacity [kVA]
Rated rotation speed [r/min]
3000
Maximum rotation speed [r/min]
6000
Maximum current [A]
4.3
8.5
15.5
Maximum torque [N•m]
1.9
3.8
7.2
Power rate at continuous rated torque
[kW/s]
16.9
38.6
39.9
Motor inertia [kg•cm2]
0.23
0.42
1.43
Motor inertia with brake [kg•cm2]
0.31
0.50
1.63
Maximum motor shaft conversion load
inertia ratio
General machine (non-interpolation axis): 15 times or less of motor inertia
Motor side detector
Resolution per motor revolution: 260,000 pulse/rev
Degree of protection
IP65 (The shaft-through portion is excluded.)
Operation: 0 to 40 ℃ (with no freezing),
Storage: -15 ℃ to 70 ℃ (with no freezing)
Ambient temperature
Operation: 80%RH or less (with no dew condensation),
Storage: 90%RH or less (with no dew condensation)
Ambient humidity
Environment
Atmosphere
Indoors (no direct sunlight); no corrosive gas, inflammable gas, oil mist, or dust
Operation: 1000 meters or less above sea level,
Storage: 10000 meters or less above sea level
Altitude
X,Y: 49m/s2 (5G)
Vibration
Flange size [mm]
60 SQ.
60 SQ.
80 SQ.
98
119.9
134.2
Flange fitting diameter [mm]
φ50
φ50
φ70
Shaft diameter [mm]
φ14
φ14
φ19
1.2/1.8
1.7/2.3
2.9/4.1
Total length (excluding shaft) [mm]
Mass Without / with brake [kg]
Heat-resistant class
130 (B)
(Note 1) The above characteristics values are representative values. The maximum current and maximum torque are the
values when combined with the drive unit.
(Note 2) Use the HF-KP motor in combination with the MDS-D Series or MDS-DM Series drive unit compatible with the
200VAC input.
(Note 3) Only the combination designated in this manual can be used for the motor and drive unit. Always use the
designated combination.
For outline dimension drawings, refer to "DRIVE SYSTEM DATA BOOK" (IB-1500273(ENG)).
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MDS-DM Series Specifications Manual
2-1 Servomotor
2-1-2 Torque characteristics
< HF Series >
[ HF75 ]
[ HF105 ]
10
12
7.5
9
[ HF54 ]
15
Short time operation range
6
Short time operation range
3
2.5
0
2000
4000
Short time operation range
6
3
0
5000
Continuous operation range
0
0
Rotation speed [r/min]
2000
4000
5000
0
[ HF154 ]
20
40
40
10
Torque [N㨯m]
50
Torque [N㨯m]
50
Short time operation range
4000
[ HF154 ] (Note 2)
25
15
2000
Rotation speed [r/min]
Rotation speed [r/min]
[ HF104 ]
Torque [N㨯m]
9
Continuous operation range
Continuous operation range
0
Torque [N㨯m]
5
Torque [N㨯m]
Torque [N㨯m]
12
30
Short time operation range
20
30
20
Short time operation range
5
10
10
Continuous operation range
0
2000
Continuous operation range
0
4000
0
Rotation speed [r/min]
40
40
30
Short time operation range
20
10
80
30
Short time operation range
20
Rotation speed [r/min]
(Note2)
60
Short time operation range
40
20
Continuous operation range
4000
4000
[ HF354 ]
10
2000
2000
Rotation speed [r/min]
100
Continuous
operation range
0
0
[ HF204 ]
50
Torque [N㨯m]
Torque [N㨯m]
[ HF224 ]
(Note1)
Continuous operation range
0
4000
Rotation speed [r/min]
50
0
2000
Torque [N㨯m]
0
Continuous operation range
0
0
2000
Rotation speed [r/min]
4000
0
0
2000
4000
Rotation speed [r/min]
The above graphs show the data when applied the input voltage of 200VAC. When the input voltage is
200VAC or less, the short time operation range is limited.
Each line indicates the case in connecting the following drive unit or axis.
HF154: MDS-DM-V3-404040
HF223, HF302: M/S-axis of MDS-DM-V3-404040
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2 Specifications
< HF Series >
[ HF223 ]
15
30
Short time operation range
10
5
0
1000
40
30
Short time operation range
20
10
Continuous
operation range
0
2000
0
3000
0
[ HF303 ]
Short time operation range
20
10
Continuous
operation range
Rotation speed [r/min]
Continuous
operation range
1000
2000
Rotation speed [r/min]
0
3000
24
Torque =0㨯O?
Torque [N㨯m]
Short time operation range
75
Short time operation range
50
20
1000
2000
0
3000
0
Rotation speed [r/min]
3000 3500
0
1000
Rotation speed [r/min]
2000
60
Torque [N㨯m]
Torque [N㨯m]
2000
[ HF302 ] (Note2)
60
40
Short time operation range
20
40
Short time operation range
20
Continuous operation range
Continuous operation range
0
0
(Note1)
1000
0
Rotation speed [r/min]
[ HF302 ]
0
Short time operation range
12
Continuous operation range
Continuous operation range
0
18
6
25
Continuous
operation range
3000
30
100
60
0
1000
2000
Rotation speed [r/min]
[ HF142 ]
125
40
0
[ HF453 ]
80
Torque [N㨯O?
[ HF223 ] (Note2)
Torque [N㨯m]
40
Torque [N㨯m]
Torque [N㨯m]
[ HF123 ]
20
1000
Rotation speed [r/min]
2000
0
1000
Rotation speed [r/min]
2000
The above graphs show the data when applied the input voltage of 200VAC. When the input voltage is
200VAC or less, the short time operation range is limited.
Each line indicates the case in connecting the following drive unit or axis.
HF154: MDS-DM-V3-404040
HF223, HF302: M/S-axis of MDS-DM-V3-404040
(Note2)
< HF-KP Series >
[ HF-KP43JW04-S6 ]
1.5
3.0
6.0
1.0
Short time operation range
2.0
Short time operation range
1.0
0
3000
Rotation speed [r/min]
(Note)
4.0
Short time operation range
2.0
Continuous
operation range
0
Torque [N㨯m]
8.0
0.5
2-6
[ HF-KP73JW04-S6 ]
4.0
Torque [N㨯m]
Torque [N㨯m]
[ HF-KP23JW04-S6 ]
2.0
Continuous
operation range
Continuous
operation range
6000
0
0
3000
Rotation speed [r/min]
6000
0
0
3000
6000
Rotation speed [r/min]
The above graphs show the data when applied the input voltage of 200VAC. When the input voltage is
200VAC or less, the short time operation range is limited.
MDS-DM Series Specifications Manual
2-2 Spindle motor
2-2 Spindle motor
2-2-1 Specifications
< SJ-D Series (Standard) >
Spindle motor type[
Compatible drive unit
MDS-DM-SPV2F/SPV3FOutput
capacity
Continuous rating [kW]
Short time rating [kW]
Power facility capacity [kVA]
SJ-D5.5/100-01
SJ-D7.5/100-01
SJ-D11/80-01
10080
10080
16080
3.7
5.5
7.5
5.5
(30-minute rating)
7.5
(30-minute rating)
11
(30-minute rating)
9.9
13.4
19.6
Base rotation speed [r/min]
1500
1500
1500
Maximum rotation speed [r/min]
10000
10000
8000
D90
A112
B112
Frame No.
Continuous rated torque [N•m]
23.6
35.0
47.7
GD2[kg•m2]
0.053
0.094
0.122
Motor inertia [kg•m2]
0.013
0.023
0.031
Tolerable radial load [N]
1470
1960
1960
Input voltage
Cooling fan
Maximum power
consumption
Ambient temperature
Ambient humidity
Environment
Atmosphere
Altitude
3-phase 200V
38W
50W
Operation: 0 to 40 ℃ (with no freezing), Storage: -20 ℃ to 65 ℃ (with no freezing)
Operation: 90%RH or less (with no dew condensation), Storage: 90%RH or less (with no dew condensation)
Indoors (no direct sunlight); no corrosive gas, inflammable gas, oil mist, or dust
Operation: 1000 meters or less above sea level, Storage: 1000 meters or less above sea level,
Transportation: 10000 meters or less above sea level
Degree of protection
Flange size [mm]
50W
IP54 (The shaft-through portion is excluded.)
174 SQ.
204 SQ.
417
439
489
Flange fitting diameter [mm]
φ150
φ180
φ180
Shaft diameter [mm]
φ28
φ32
φ48
39
53
64
Total length (excluding shaft) [mm]
Mass [kg]
Heat-resistant class
204 SQ.
155 (F)
(Note 1) The tolerable radial load is the value calculated at the center of output shaft.
(Note 2) Only the combination designated in this manual can be used for the motor and drive unit. Always use the
designated combination.
For outline dimension drawings, refer to "DRIVE SYSTEM DATA BOOK" (IB-1500273(ENG)).
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2 Specifications
< SJ-DJ Series (Compact & lightweight specifications) >
Spindle motor type[
Compatible drive unit
MDS-DM-SPV2F/SPV3FContinuous rating [kW]
Output
capacity
Short time rating [kW]
Power facility capacity [kVA]
SJ-DJ5.5/100-01
SJ-DJ7.5/100-01
SJ-DJ11/100-01
SJ-DJ15/80-01
10080
10080
16080
20080
3.7
5.5
7.5
11
11
(15-minute rating)
15
(15-minute rating)
(15%ED rating)
5.5
(25%ED rating)
7.5
(15-minute rating)
9.9
13.4
19.6
26.7
Base rotation speed [r/min]
1500
1500
1500
1500
Maximum rotation speed [r/min]
10000
10000
10000
8000
B90
D90
A112
B112
Frame No.
Continuous rated torque [N•m]
17.7
26.3
35.8
52.5
GD2[kg•m2]
0.030
0.053
0.094
0.122
Motor inertia [kg•m2]
0.0074
0.013
0.023
0.031
980
1470
1960
1960
50W
50W
Tolerable radial load [N]
Input voltage
Cooling fan
Maximum power
consumption
3-phase 200V
Operation: 0 to 40 ℃ (with no freezing), Storage: -20 ℃ to 65 ℃ (with no freezing)
Ambient temperature
Ambient humidity
Environment
Operation: 90%RH or less (with no dew condensation), Storage: 90%RH or less (with no dew condensation)
Atmosphere
Altitude
38W
38W
Indoors (no direct sunlight); no corrosive gas, inflammable gas, oil mist, or dust
Operation: 1000 meters or less above sea level, Storage: 1000 meters or less above sea level,
Transportation: 10000 meters or less above sea level
Degree of protection
Flange size [mm]
IP54 (The shaft-through portion is excluded.)
174 SQ.
174 SQ.
204 SQ.
327
417
439
489
Flange fitting diameter [mm]
φ150
φ150
φ180
φ180
Shaft diameter [mm]
φ28
φ28
φ32
φ48
26
39
53
64
Total length (excluding shaft) [mm]
Mass [kg]
Heat-resistant class
204 SQ.
155 (F)
(Note 1) The tolerable radial load is the value calculated at the center of output shaft.
(Note 2) Only the combination designated in this manual can be used for the motor and drive unit. Always use the
designated combination.
For outline dimension drawings, refer to "DRIVE SYSTEM DATA BOOK" (IB-1500273(ENG)).
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2-2 Spindle motor
< SJ-V Series (Standard) >
Spindle motor type
Compatible drive unit type
MDS-DM-SPV2F/SPV3FContinuous rating [kW]
Output
capacity
Short time rating [kW]
Power facility capacity [kVA]
SJ-V5.5-01ZT
SJ-V7.5-01ZT
SJ-V7.5-03ZT
SJ-V11-01ZT
SJ-V11-13ZT
SJ-V15-01ZT
10080
10080
16080
16080
20080
20080
3.7
5.5
5.5
7.5
7.5
11
5.5
(30-minute
rating)
7.5
(30-minute
rating)
7.5
(30-minute
rating)
11
(30-minute
rating)
11
(30-minute
rating)
15
(30-minute
rating)
9.9
13.4
13.4
19.6
19.6
26.7
Base rotation speed [r/min]
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
Maximum rotation speed [r/min]
12000
12000
12000
8000
8000
8000
D90
A112
A112
B112
B112
A160
Frame No.
Continuous rated torque [N•m]
23.6
35
35
47.7
47.7
70
GD2[kg•m2]
0.059
0.098
0.098
0.12
0.12
0.23
Inertia [kg•m2]
0.0148
0.0245
0.0245
0.03
0.03
0.0575
980
980
980
1960
1960
2940
Single-phase
200V
3-phase 240V
3-phase 240V
3-phase 240V
3-phase 240V
3-phase 240V
36W
40W
40W
40W
40W
63W
Tolerable radial load [N]
Input voltage
Cooling fan
Maximum power
consumption
Operation: 0 to 40 ℃ (with no freezing), Storage: -20 ℃ to 65 ℃ (with no freezing)
Ambient temperature
Ambient humidity
Environment
Operation: 90%RH or less (with no dew condensation), Storage: 90%RH or less (with no dew condensation)
Atmosphere
Altitude
Indoors (no direct sunlight); no corrosive gas, inflammable gas, oil mist, or dust
Operation: 1000 meters or less above sea level, Storage: 1000 meters or less above sea level,
Transportation: 10000 meters or less above sea level
Degree of protection
Flange size [mm]
IP44
174 SQ.
204 SQ.
204 SQ.
204 SQ.
204 SQ.
425
440
440
490
490
469.5
Flange fitting diameter [mm]
φ150
φ180
φ180
φ180
φ180
φ230
Shaft diameter [mm]
φ28
φ32
φ32
φ48
φ48
φ48
49
60
60
70
70
110
Total length (excluding shaft) [mm]
Mass [kg]
Heat-resistant class
250 SQ.
155 (F)
(Note 1) The tolerable radial load is the value calculated at the center of output shaft.
(Note 2) Only the combination designated in this manual can be used for the motor and drive unit. Always use the
designated combination.
For outline dimension drawings, refer to "DRIVE SYSTEM DATA BOOK" (IB-1500273(ENG)).
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2 Specifications
< SJ-V Series (High-speed) >
Spindle motor type
SJ-V11-06ZT
Compatible spindle drive unit type
MDS-DM-SPV2F/SPV3FContinuous rating [kW]
Output
capacity
Short time rating [kW]
20080
5.5
7.5
(30-minute rating)
Power facility capacity [kVA]
13.4
Base rotation speed [r/min]
3000
Maximum rotation speed [r/min]
12000
Frame No.
A112
Continuous rated torque [N•m]
35.0
GD2[kg•m2]
0.098
Inertia [kg•m2]
0.025
Tolerable radial load [N]
Input voltage
Cooling fan
Maximum power
consumption
Ambient temperature
Ambient humidity
Environment
Atmosphere
Altitude
Degree of protection
Flange size [mm]
Total length (excluding shaft) [mm]
980
3-phase 240V
40W
Operation: 0 to 40 ℃ (with no freezing), Storage: -20 ℃ to 65 ℃ (with no freezing)
Operation: 90%RH or less (with no dew condensation), Storage: 90%RH or less (with no dew condensation)
Indoors (no direct sunlight); no corrosive gas, inflammable gas, oil mist, or dust
Operation: 1000 meters or less above sea level, Storage: 1000 meters or less above sea level
Transportation: 10000 meters or less above sea level
IP44
204 SQ.
440
Flange fitting diameter [mm]
φ180
Shaft diameter [mm]
φ32
Mass [kg]
60
Heat-resistant class
155 (F)
(Note 1) The tolerable radial load is the value calculated at the center of output shaft.
(Note 2) Only the combination designated in this manual can be used for the motor and drive unit. Always use the
designated combination.
For outline dimension drawings, refer to "DRIVE SYSTEM DATA BOOK" (IB-1500273(ENG)).
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MDS-DM Series Specifications Manual
2-2 Spindle motor
< SJ-V Series (Wide range constant output) >
Spindle motor type
Compatible drive unit type
MDS-DM-SPV2F/SPV3F-
SJ-V11-01T
SJ-V11-09T
16080
16080
Continuous rating [kW]
3.7
5.5
Short time rating [kW]
5.5
(30-minute rating)
7.5
(30-minute rating)
Power facility capacity [kVA]
9.9
13.4
Base rotation speed [r/min]
750
750
Maximum rotation speed [r/min]
6000
6000
Frame No.
B112
A160
Continuous rated torque [N•m]
47.1
70.0
GD2 [kg•m2]
0.12
0.23
Output
capacity
Inertia [kg•m2]
0.03
0.06
Tolerable radial load [N]
1960
2940
3-phase 240V
3-phase 240V
40W
63W
Input voltage
Cooling fan
Maximum power
consumption
Ambient temperature
Ambient humidity
Environment
Atmosphere
Altitude
Operation: 0 to 40 ℃ (with no freezing), Storage: -20 ℃ to 65 ℃ (with no freezing)
Operation: 90%RH or less (with no dew condensation), Storage: 90%RH or less (with no dew condensation)
Indoors (no direct sunlight); no corrosive gas, inflammable gas, oil mist, or dust
Operation: 1000 meters or less above sea level, Storage: 1000 meters or less above sea level
Transportation: 10000 meters or less above sea level
Degree of protection
Flange size [mm]
Total length (excluding shaft) [mm]
IP44
204 SQ.
250 SQ.
490
469.5
Flange fitting diameter [mm]
φ180
φ230
Shaft diameter [mm]
φ48
φ48
Mass [kg]
70
Heat-resistant class
110
155 (F)
(Note 1) The tolerable radial load is the value calculated at the center of output shaft.
(Note 2) Only the combination designated in this manual can be used for the motor and drive unit. Always use the
designated combination.
For outline dimension drawings, refer to "DRIVE SYSTEM DATA BOOK" (IB-1500273(ENG)).
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< SJ-VL Series (Low-inertia) >
Spindle motor type
Compatible drive unit type
MDS-DM-SPV2F/SPV3FOutput
capacity
Continuous rating [kW]
Short time rating [kW]
Power facility capacity [kVA]
SJ-VL11-05FZT-S01
SJ-VL11-10FZT
SJ-VL11-10FZT
SJ-VL11-07ZT
SJ-VL11-07ZT
16080
16080
16080
16080
16080
1.5
2.2
3.7
5.5
7.5
3
(10-minute rating)
3.7
(15-minute rating)
5.5
(15-minute rating)
7.5
(30-minute rating)
11
(15-minute rating)
5.5
6.7
9.9
13.4
19.6
1500
2200
Base rotation speed [r/min]
5000
1700
3000
(10-minute rating:
2500)
Maximum rotation speed [r/min]
15000
15000
15000
12000
12000
Frame No.
B71
D90
D90
B112
B112
Continuous rated torque [N•m]
2.8
12.4
11.8
35
32.6
GD2 [kg•m2]
0.0096
0.021
0.021
0.072
0.072
Inertia [kg•m2]
0.0024
0.00525
0.00525
0.018
0.018
980
245
245
980
980
Single-phase 200V
Single-phase 200V
Single-phase 200V
3-phase 240V
3-phase 240V
14W
41W
41W
40W
40W
Tolerable radial load [N]
Input voltage
Cooling fan
Maximum power
consumption
Operation: 0 to 40 ℃ (with no freezing), Storage: -20 ℃ to 65 ℃ (with no freezing)
Ambient temperature
Ambient humidity
Environment
Operation: 90%RH or less (with no dew condensation), Storage: 90%RH or less (with no dew condensation)
Atmosphere
Altitude
Indoors (no direct sunlight); no corrosive gas, inflammable gas, oil mist, or dust
Operation: 1000 meters or less above sea level, Storage: 1000 meters or less above sea level
Transportation: 10000 meters or less above sea level
Degree of protection
Flange size [mm]
IP44
130 SQ.
174 SQ.
174 SQ.
204 SQ.
335
441
441
490
490
Flange fitting diameter [mm]
φ110
φ150
φ150
φ180
φ180
Shaft diameter [mm]
φ22
φ28
φ28
φ32
φ32
20
40
40
70
70
Total length (excluding shaft) [mm]
Mass [kg]
Heat-resistant class
204 SQ.
155 (F)
(Note 1) The tolerable radial load is the value calculated at the center of output shaft.
(Note 2) Only the combination designated in this manual can be used for the motor and drive unit. Always use the
designated combination.
For outline dimension drawings, refer to "DRIVE SYSTEM DATA BOOK" (IB-1500273(ENG)).
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MDS-DM Series Specifications Manual
2-2 Spindle motor
2-2-2 Output characteristics
<SJ-D Series (Standard) >
[SJ-D5.5/100-01 ]
8.0
5.5
30-minute rating
Output [kW]
6.0
Output [kW]
7.5
30-minute rating
4.0
[ SJ-D11/80-01 ]
3.7
Continuous rating
2.0
5.5
Output [kW]
6.0
[ SJ-D7.5/100-01 ]
Continuous rating
4.0
30-minute rating
Continuous rating
2.0
0
0
0
1500
6000
0
10000
1500
6000
10000
0
Rotation speed [r/min]
Rotation speed [r/min]
1500
4500
8000
Rotation speed [r/min]
<SJ-DJ Series (Compact & lightweight specifications) >
[SJ-DJ5.5/100-01 ]
[ SJ-DJ7.5/100-01 ]
8.0
25%ED rating
4.0
15-minute rating
6.0
5.5
Output [kW]
Output [kW]
6.0
3.7
Continuous rating
16
7.5
12
5.5
4.0
Output [kW]
8.0
[ SJ-DJ11/100-01 ]
Continuous rating
2.0
2.0
0
1500 2000
4500
10000
0
1500 2000
4500
Rotation speed [r/min]
Rotation speed [r/min]
15-minute rating
7.5
8
Continuous rating
4
0
0
11
10000
0
0
1500 2000
4500
10000
Rotation speed [r/min]
[SJ-DJ15/80-01 ]
16
15%ED
rating
Output [kW]
12
15
15-minute
rating
11
Continuous rating
8
4
0
0
1500 2000
4000
8000
Rotation speed [r/min]
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< SJ-V Series (Standard) >
[ SJ-V5.5-01ZT ]
[ SJ-V7.5-01ZT ]
8.0
8.0
[ SJ-V7.5-03ZT ]
8.0
7.5
7.5
30-minute rating
30-minute rating
6.0
30-minute rating
3.7
4.0
Continuous rating
2.0
Continuous rating
4.0
0
1500
6000
0
0
1500
6000
Rotation speed [r/min]
[ SJ-V11-13ZT ]
15
15
10
30-minute rating
7.5
Continuous rating
Output [kW]
15
Output [kW]
20
11
10
7.5 30-minute rating
Continuous rating
5
0
1500
4500
1500
6000
8000
< SJ-V Series (High-speed) >
[ SJ-V11-06ZT ]
7.5
30-minute rating
Output [kW]
6.0
5.5
Continuous rating
4.0
2.0
0
0
1500
12000
Rotation speed [r/min]
< SJ-V Series (Wide range constant output) >
[ SJ-V11-01T ]
[ SJ-V11-09T ]
15
15
Output [kW]
10
5.5
5
3.7
30-minute rating
10
7.5
5.5
5
30-minute rating
Continuous rating
Continuous rating
0
0
750
6000
Rotation speed [r/min]
Continuous rating
0
0
750
6000
Rotation speed [r/min]
0
1500
4500
Rotation speed [r/min]
Rotation speed [r/min]
Rotation speed [r/min]
8.0
30-minute rating
11
10
0
0
8000
15
5
0
0
10000 12000
[ SJ-V15-01ZT ]
20
11
1500
Rotation speed [r/min]
20
5
Output [kW]
0
12000
Rotation speed [r/min]
[ SJ-V11-01ZT ]
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Continuous rating
4.0
0
12000
5.5
2.0
2.0
0
Output [kW]
6.0
5.5
Output [kW]
5.5
Output [kW]
Output [kW]
6.0
8000
MDS-DM Series Specifications Manual
2-2 Spindle motor
< SJ-VL Series (Low-inertia) >
[ SJ-VL11-05FZT-S01 ]
[ SJ-VL11-10FZT ]
15
15
15
5
10
During
acceleration/deceleration
5
3.7
3
2.2
1.5 10-minute rating
0
500
600
10
10-minute
rating
During
acceleration/deceleration
5.5
5
3.7
15-minute rating
15-minute rating
Continuous rating
Continuous rating
Continuous rating
0
Output [kW]
Output [kW]
Output [kW]
During
acceleration/deceleration
10
11
11
11
0
0
0 1700
18000 20000
5000
15000
Rotation speed [r/min]
Rotation speed [r/min]
[ SJ-VL11-07ZT ]
0 2500 3000 5000
15000
Rotation speed [r/min]
[ SJ-VL11-07ZT ]
15
15
11
Output [kW]
11
Output [kW]
[ SJ-VL11-10FZT ]
During
acceleration/deceleration
10
7.5
5.5 30-minute rating
5
10
15-minute rating
7.5
Continuous rating
5
Continuous rating
0
0
0 1500 2200
8000
Rotation speed [r/min]
12000
0
2200
8000
12000
Rotation speed [r/min]
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2-3 Drive unit
2-3-1 Installation environment conditions
Common installation environment conditions for servo, spindle and power supply unit are shown below.
Ambient temperature
Ambient humidity
Environ
ment
Atmosphere
Altitude
Vibration/impact
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Operation: 0 to 55 ℃ (with no freezing), Storage / Transportation: -15 ℃ to 70 ℃ (with no freezing)
Operation: 90%RH or less (with no dew condensation)
Storage / Transportation: 90%RH or less (with no dew condensation)
Indoors (no direct sunlight)
With no corrosive gas, inflammable gas, oil mist, dust or conductive fine particles
Operation/Storage: 1000 meters or less above sea level, Transportation: 13000 meters or less above sea level
4.9m/s2 (0.5G) / 49m/s2 (5G)
MDS-DM Series Specifications Manual
2-3 Drive unit
2-3-2 Multi axis drive unit
(1)
3-axis integrated servo drive unit
3-axis integrated servo drive unit MDS-DM-V3 Series
Servo drive unit type
MDS-DM-V3-
202020
404040
Nominal maximum current (peak) [A]
20/20/20
40/40/40
Rated voltage [V]
Output
AC155
Rated current [A]
4.6/4.6/4.6
7.8/7.8/7.8
Rated voltage [V]
Input
DC270 to 311
Rated current [A]
21(7/7/7)
Voltage [V]
Frequency [Hz]
Control
power
21(7/7/7)
200AC (50Hz) / 200 to 230AC (60Hz)
50/60 Tolerable fluctuation between +3% and -3%
Maximum current [A]
0.2
Maximum rush current [A]
30
Maximum rush conductivity
time [ms]
6
Earth leakage current [mA]
1 (Max. 2)
Control method
Sine wave PWM control method
Regenerative braking and dynamic brakes
Braking
Dynamic brakes
Built-in
External analog output
0 to +5V, 2ch (data for various adjustments)
Degree of protection
IP20 [over all]
Cooling method
Forced wind cooling
Mass [kg]
3.8
Heat radiated at rated output [W]
89
159
Noise
Less than 55dB
Unit outline dimension drawing
(2)
Tolerable fluctuation between +10% and -15%
A0
Multi axis integrated drive unit
Multi axis integrated drive unit MDS-DM-SPV2/SPV3 Series
SPV2F-
Drive unit type
MDS-DMNominal maximum current
(at peak of spindle section) [A]
16080
20080
10080
16080
20080
200120
100
160
200
100
160
200
200
Nominal maximum current
(at peak of servo section) [A]
Power facility capacity [kVA]
SPV3F-
10080
80 × 2
17.1
21.7
80 × 3
27.0
28.2
Rated voltage [V]
Rated current
(spindle axis) [A]
Output
26
37
49
19.3
24.6
37
49
49
15.8 × 3
AC200 (50Hz) /AC200 to 230 (60Hz)
33
43
55
28 × 3
Tolerable fluctuation between +10% and -15%
38
48
60
65
DC24 ± 10%
Voltage [V]
Control
power
26
15.8 × 2
Rated voltage [V]
Rated current [A]
14.7
AC155
Rated current (servo) [A]
Input
120 × 3
Maximum current [A]
4.0
Maximum rush current [A]
10
Maximum rush conductivity
time [ms]
100
Earth leakage current [mA]
9/ Max.21 (Details: Spindle 6/Max.15, Servo per one axis 1/Max.2)
Control method
Sine wave PWM control method
Regenerative braking and dynamic brakes (only regenerative braking for spindle)
Braking
Dynamic brakes
Built-in
External analog output
0 to +5V,2ch (data for various adjustments)
Degree of protection
IP20 [over all] (IP00 [Terminal block TE1])
Cooling method
Forced wind cooling
Mass [kg]
14.5
Heat radiated at rated output [W]
Noise
630
700
15
895
730
800
990
1260
Less than 55dB
Unit outline dimension drawing
F0
For outline dimension drawings, refer to "DRIVE SYSTEM DATA BOOK" (IB-1500273(ENG)).
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2-3-3 Unit outline dimension drawing
Unit:[mm]
#
(
㧔80㧕
Panel cut drawing
140
40
60
10
140
Square
hole
200
260
180
96
40
60
342
(80)
360
380
380
350
360
60
248
2-3-4 AC reactor
AC reactor
AC reactor model
D-AL-
18.5K
Compatible unit type
MDS-DM-SPV2F/SPV3F-
10080, 16080, 20080
Rated capacity [kW]
18.5
Rated voltage [V]
200AC (50Hz) / 200 to 230AC (60Hz) Tolerable fluctuation : between +10% and -15%
Rated current [A]
66
Frequency [Hz]
50/60 Tolerable fluctuation between +3% and -3%
Operation: -10 ℃ to 60 ℃ (with no freezing), Storage/Transportation: -10 ℃ to 60 ℃ (with no freezing)
Ambient temperature
Operation: 80%RH or less (with no dew condensation),
Storage/Transportation: 80%RH or less (with no dew condensation)
Ambient humidity
Environme
nt
Indoors (no direct sunlight)
With no corrosive gas, inflammable gas, oil mist or dust
Atmosphere
Altitude
Operation/Storage: 1000 meters or less above sea level, Transportation: 10000 meters or less above sea level
9.8m/s2 (1G) / 98m/s2 (10G)
Vibration / impact
Mass [kg]
5.3
Outline dimension drawing
Unit:[mm]
Terminal screw 6-M6 ˜16
L11
L21
L31
L12
L22
L32
FG
2-M4
M5˜12
Terminal plate
(with cover)
Nameplate
20
Grounding 4-M6 hole
position
Terminal
assignment seal
Cover
175
130
155
Serial number
of manufacture
Bar code
105r1.5
D-AL-18.5K
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N.P
55r1.5
165
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2-3 Drive unit
2-3-5 Explanation of each part
(1)
Explanation of each 3-axis integrated servo drive unit part
(2)
(3)
(1)
(4)
12 12
(6)
(5)
1
2
(7)
(9)
(8)
(10)
(13)
(11)
(12)
(16)
(17)
(18)
(14)
(15)
(19)
Bottom view
MDS-DM-V3
The connector and terminal block layout may differ according to the unit being used. Refer to each unit outline
drawing for details.
<Each part name>
Name
Description
(1)
LED
(2)
SWL,SWM,SWS
---
Axis No. setting switch (L,M,S-axis)
(3)
SW1
---
Unused axis setting switch (L,M,S-axis)
(4)
CN1A
---
NC or master axis optical communication connector
(5)
CN1B
---
Slave axis optical communication connector
BTA,BTB
---
For connecting converged battery unit
Both BTA and BTB are the same function, and they are internally connected each other.
(6)
(7)
Control
circuit
---
Unit status indication LED
BT1
---
For connecting battery built-in drive unit ER6V-C119B
(8)
CN9
---
Maintenance connector (usually not used)
(9)
CN4
---
Power supply communication connector
(10)
CN2L
---
Motor side detector connection connector (L-axis) 5V power supply capacity:0.35A
(11)
CN2M
---
Motor side detector connection connector (M-axis) 5V power supply capacity:0.35A
(12)
CN2S
---
Motor side detector connection connector (S-axis) 5V power supply capacity:0.35A
(13)
CN20
---
Motor brake/dynamic brake control connector (Key way: X type)
(14)
TE2
L+
L-
Converter voltage input terminal (DC input)
TE3
L11
L21
Control power input terminal (single-phase AC input)
(15)
(16)
(17)
Main
circuit
SU, SV, SW,
TE1
(18)
MU, MV, MW,
Motor power supply output connector (3-phase AC output)
LU, LV, LW,
(19)
PE
Grounding terminal
Note that TE1 connector is used for the motor grounding.
<Screw size>
3-axis servo drive unit MDS-DM-V3Type
Unit width (mm)
(14) TE2
(15) TE3
(19)
202020
404040
60
M6x 16
M4x 12
M4x 12
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2 Specifications
(2) Explanation of each multi axis integrated servo drive unit part
(1)
(2)
(3)
(5)
(4)
12 12
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
(16)
(19)
(20)
(21)
(18)
(22)
(17)
MDS-DM-SPV2F/SPV3F
The connector and terminal block layout may differ according to the unit being used. Refer to each unit outline
drawing for details.
<Each part name>
Name
Description
(1)
POWER
---
24V power supply status indication LED
(2)
SP1,
SP2,SV1,SV2
---
Unit status indication LED
(3)
CN22
---
Control power input terminal (DC24V) input connector
(4)
CN9A
---
Connector for DIO/analog output (spindle)
(5)
CN9B
---
Connector for DIO/analog output (servo)
(6)
OPT1A
---
NC optical communication connector
(7)
(8)
(9)
Control
circuit
CN2SP
---
Spindle motor side detector connection connector 5V power supply capacity:0.35A
CN3SP
---
Spindle side detector connection connector 5V power supply capacity:0.35A
CN2L
---
Servo motor side detector connection connector (L-axis) 5V power supply capacity:0.35A
(10)
CN2M
---
Servo motor side detector connection connector (M-axis) 5V power supply capacity:0.35A
(11)
CN2S
---
Servo motor side detector connection connector (S-axis) 5V power supply capacity:0.35A
(12)
CN3L
---
MDS-EX-SR connection connector (L axis:LA)
(13)
CN3M
---
MDS-EX-SR connection connector (M axis:MA)
(14)
CN3S
---
MDS-EX-SR connection connector (S axis:SA)
(15)
BTA
---
For connecting converged battery unit
(16)
BT1
---
For connecting battery built-in drive unit ER6V-C119B
(17)
CHARGE LAMP
---
Converter voltage output charge-discharge status indication LED
L1, L2, L3
TE1
(18)
(19)
(20)
Main
circuit
Power supply input terminal (3-phase AC output)
U, V, W
Motor power output terminal (spindle, 3-phase AC output)
P+, N-
DC output for unit stopped caused by power failure
*Do not wiring during unused state.
CN31L
U, V, W,
Motor power supply output connector (L-axis, 3-phase AC output)
CN31M
U, V, W,
Motor power supply output connector (M-axis, 3-phase AC output)
(21)
CN31S
U, V, W,
Motor power supply output connector (S-axis, 3-phase AC output)
(22)
PE
Grounding terminal
(also including grounding of the spindle motor)
<Screw size>
Multi axis integrated drive unit MDS-DMType
Unit width (mm)
(18)TE1
(22)
2 - 20
SPV3F10080
16080
20080
200120
260
M5 x 12
M5 x 8
10080
SPV2F16080
20080
3
Function Specifications
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3 Function Specifications
Function specifications list
<Power Supply specification>
MDS-DSVJ3NA
MDS-D-SVJ3
built-in
converter
MDS-DSPJ3NA
MDS-D-SPJ3
built-in
converter
MDS-D-CV
MDS-DH-CV
MDS-DM-SPV
built-in
converter
Software version
B0
B0
B0
A1/B0
A1/B0
1
Base
control
functions
1-14 Power regeneration control
●
●
●
-
-
-
-
-
●
●
4
Protection
function
4-6 Fan stop detection
●
●
●
4-7 Open-phase detection
●
●
●
●
-
●
-
4-8 Contactor weld detection
●
●
●
●
●
5
Sequence
function
5-1 Contactor control function
●
●
●
●
●
5-3 External emergency stop function
●
●
●
●
5-5 High-speed READY ON sequence
●
●
●
●
●
-
6-7 Power supply voltage display function
●
●
-
-
-
Item
6
Diagnosis
function
3-2
1-15 Resistor regeneration control
MDS-DM Series Specifications Manual
<Servo specification>
Item
Software version
1
Base
control
functions
2
Servo
control
function
5
Sequence
function
6
Diagnosis
function
MDS-DMV3
MDS-DMSPV2F/3F
MDS-DMSPV2/3
MDS-DSVJ3NA
MDS-D-SVJ3
B0
B0
B0
C0/C0
A1/B0
●
●
-
● (Note2)
●
1-2 Position command synchronous control
●
●
1-3 Speed command synchronous control
●
●
●
-
●
-
●
-
1-4 Distance-coded reference position control
●
●
-
-
-
2-1 Torque limit function (stopper function)
●
●
●
●
●
2-2 Variable speed loop gain control
●
●
●
●
●
2-3 Gain changeover for synchronous tapping
control
●
●
●
●
●
2-4 Speed loop PID changeover control
●
●
●
●
●
2-5 Disturbance torque observer
●
●
●
●
●
2-6 Smooth High Gain control (SHG control)
●
●
●
●
●
2-7 High-speed synchronous tapping control
(OMR-DD control)
●
●
●
(Only for 1-axis)
●
(Only for 1-axis)
-
2-8 Dual feedback control
●
●
-
● (Note2)
2-9 HAS control
●
●
●
●
3-2 Notch filter
4
Protection
function
MDS-DHV1/V2
1-1 Full closed loop control
3-1 Jitter compensation
3
Compensat
ion
control
function
MDS-DV1/V2
●
Variable
frequency: 4
Fixed
frequency: 1
●
Variable
frequency: 4
Fixed
frequency: 1
●
Variable
frequency: 4
Fixed
frequency: 1
●
Variable
frequency: 4
Fixed
frequency: 1
●
●
Variable
frequency: 4
Fixed
frequency: 1
3-3 Adaptive tracking-type notch filter
●
●
-
-
-
3-4 Overshooting compensation
●
●
●
●
●
3-5 Machine end compensation control
●
●
●
●
●
3-6 Lost motion compensation type 2
●
●
●
●
●
3-7 Lost motion compensation type 3
●
●
3-8 Lost motion compensation type 4
●
●
●
-
●
-
●
-
4-1 Deceleration control at emergency stop
●
●
●
●
●
4-2 Vertical axis drop prevention/pull-up
control
●
●
●
●
●
4-3 Earth fault detection
●
●
●
●
●
4-4 Collision detection function
●
●
●
●
●
4-5 Safety observation function
●
●
●
●
●
4-6 Fan stop detection
●
●
●
●
●
5-2 Motor brake control function (Note 1)
●
●
●
●
5-4 Specified speed output
●
●
●
●
●
-
5-5 Quick READY ON sequence
●
●
●
●
-
6-1 Monitor output function
●
●
●
●
●
6-2 Machine resonance frequency display
function
●
●
●
●
●
6-3 Machine inertia display function
●
●
●
●
●
6-4 Motor temperature display function
(Only for linear or direct-drive motor)
●
●
-
-
●
(Note 1) For the multiaxis drive unit, a control by each axis is not available.
It is required to turn the servo of all axes OFF in the drive unit in order to enable a motor brake output.
(Note 2) For the drive unit MDS-DM-SPV2/3, this function is not available.
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<Spindle specifications>
Item
Software version
1
Base
control
functions
2
Spindle
control
functions
4
Protection
function
5
Sequence
functions
6
Diagnosis
functions
(Note)
3-4
MDS-DHSP
MDS-DSP2
MDS-DMSPV2F/3F
MDS-DMSPV2/3
MDS-DSPJ3NA
MDS-D-SPJ3
B0
B0
B0
C0/C0
A1/B0
1-5 Spindle's continuous position loop control
●
●
●
1-6 Coil changeover control
●
●
●
-
●
●
-
1-7 Gear changeover control
●
●
●
●
●
1-8 Orientation control
●
●
●
●
●
1-9 Indexing control
●
●
●
●
●
1-10 Synchronous tapping control
●
●
●
●
●
1-11 Spindle synchronous control
●
●
●
●
●
1-12 Spindle/C axis control
●
●
●
●
1-13 Proximity switch orientation control
●
●
●
-
●
●
2-1 Torque limit function
●
●
●
●
●
2-2 Variable speed loop gain control
●
●
●
●
●
●
-
●
2-5 Disturbance torque observer
●
●
2-6 Smooth High Gain control (SHG control)
●
●
●
●
●
2-7 High-speed synchronous tapping control
(OMR-DD control)
●
●
●
●
-
2-8 Dual feedback control
●
●
●
●
●
2-10 Control loop gain changeover
●
●
●
●
●
2-11 Spindle output stabilizing control
●
●
●
●
●
2-12 High-response spindle acceleration/
deceleration function
●
●
●
●
●
3-1 Jitter compensation
3
Compensat
ion
control
function
MDS-DSP
3-2 Notch filter
●
Variable
frequency: 4
Fixed
frequency: 1
●
Variable
frequency: 4
Fixed
frequency: 1
●
Variable
frequency: 4
Fixed
frequency: 1
●
Variable
frequency: 4
Fixed
frequency: 1
●
Variable
frequency: 4
Fixed
frequency: 1
3-4 Overshooting compensation
●
●
●
●
●
3-6 Lost motion compensation type 2
●
●
●
●
●
3-9 Spindle motor temperature compensation
function
●
●
●
●
-
4-1 Deceleration control at emergency stop
●
●
●
●
●
4-3 Earth fault detection
●
●
●
●
●
4-5 Safety observation function
●
●
●
●
●
4-6 Fan stop detection
●
●
●
●
5-4 Specified speed output
●
●
●
●
●
-
5-5 Quick READY ON sequence
●
●
●
●
-
6-1 Monitor output function
●
●
●
●
●
6-2 Machine resonance frequency display
function
●
●
●
●
●
6-3 Machine inertia display function
●
●
●
●
●
6-4 Motor temperature display function
●
●
●
●
●
6-5 Load monitor output function
●
●
●
●
● (Note)
6-6 Open loop control function
●
●
●
●
●
The motor output effective value cannot be displayed.
MDS-DM Series Specifications Manual
3-1 Base control functions
3-1 Base control functions
3-1-1 Full closed loop control
The servo control is all closed loop control using the detector's feedback. "Full closed loop control" is the system that
directly detects the machine position using a linear scale, whereas the general "semi-closed loop" is the one that detects
the motor position.
In a machine that drives a table with a ball screw, the following factors exist between the motor and table end:
(1) Coupling or ball screw table bracket's backlash
(2) Ball screw pitch error
These can adversely affect the accuracy. If the table position of the machine side is directly detected with a linear scale,
high-accuracy position control which is not affected by backlash or pitch error is possible.
Position
command
NC
+
Position
command
PGN
-
+
Current
command
VGN
-
Servo
motor
IG
+
-
Table
Voltage
command
Linear scale
Current FB
ENC
The ball screw side
detector is also applied.
Speed FB
Position FB
Full closed loop control
3-1-2 Position command synchronous control
This is one of the controls which enable two servo motors to drive the same axis. This is also called "Position tandem
control"
The same position command is issued to the 2-axis servo control, and the control is carried out according to each axis'
position and speed feedbacks.
<Features>
(1) The position commands in which machine's mechanical errors (pitch error, backlash, etc.) have been
compensated, can be output to each axis.
(2) Each axis conducts independent position control, therefore the machine posture can be kept constant.
(3) Deviation between the two axes is always monitored, and if excessive, the alarm is detected.
CNC
Program
Primary axis
Compen
-sation
Compen
-sation
+
-
Position
control
+
-
Speed
control
Current
control
M
Detector
S
Same position command
+
-
Position
control
Secondary axis
+
-
Speed
control
S
Current
control
M
Detector
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3-1-3 Speed command synchronous control
This is one of the controls which enable two servo motors to drive the same axis. This is also called "Speed tandem
control".
The same position command is issued to the 2-axis servo control, and the control is carried out according to each axis'
position and speed feedbacks.
This function is usually used when the control is performed with one linear scale during the full closed loop control.
<Features>
(1) The position commands in which machine's mechanical errors (pitch error, backlash, etc.) have been
compensated, can be output to each axis.
(2) Each axis conducts independent position control, therefore the machine posture can be kept constant.
(3) Deviation between the two axes is always monitored, and if excessive, the alarm is detected
Primary axis
CNC
+
Program
Compen
-sation
Position
control
-
+
Speed
control
-
Current
control
Detector
S
Same position command
Same position FB
M
Same speed command
+
-
Position
control
Secondary axis
+
Speed
control
S
Current
control
M
Detector
3-1-4 Distance-coded reference position control
This is the function to establish the reference point from axis movements of the reference points using a scale with
distance-coded reference mark.
Since it is not necessary to move the axis to the reference point, the axis movement amount to establish the reference
point can be reduced.
No dog is used as the position is calculated using reference marks. This function can not be used for the linear
servomotor and direct-drive motor.
If the distance-coded reference check function is used to verify the motor end detector data, select a battery option
before setting the parameter.
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3-1 Base control functions
3-1-5 Spindle's continuous position loop control
Under this control, position loop control is always applied to spindle, including when speed command is issued (in
cutting). There is no need for control changeover nor zero point return during orientation and C axis control changeover.
Therefore, the operation can be completed in a shorter time than the previous.
In acceleration/deceleration with S command, the acceleration/deceleration and orientation are always controlled with
the spindle motor's maximum torque.
Speed
Speed
Reduced by 20%
Time
1
<Our conventional series>
0.8
<MDS-D/DH/DM Series>
Orientation
Speed
Time
Speed
Time reduced
Zero point
return
C-axis
positioning
C-axis
positioning
Time
<Our conventional series>
Time
<MDS-D/DH/DM Series>
C-axis changeover
3-1-6 Coil changeover control
A signal output from the spindle drive unit controls the changeover of the low-speed and high-speed specification coils in
a spindle motor.
The drive unit automatically outputs the coil changeover sequence in accordance with the motor speed.
3-1-7 Gear changeover control
This function enables a spindle motor to perform both high-speed light cutting and low-speed heavy cutting by changing
the gear ratio between the motor and spindle.
The gear change is carried out while the spindle is not running.
3-1-8 Orientation control
This control enables a spindle motor to stop at a designated angle when the motor is rotating at a high-speed with a
speed command. This control is used for exchanging the tools in machining centers and performing index positioning in
lathes, etc.
3-1-9 Indexing control
This control enables positioning of a spindle motor at an arbitrary angle (in increments of 0.01 degrees) from the
orientation stop position. This control is used for positioning in lathes for hole drilling, etc.
3-1-10 Synchronous tapping control
Under synchronous tapping control, spindle control is completely synchronized with Z axis servo control, and Z axis is
accurately fed by one screw pitch in accordance with one tap revolution. The tap is completely fixed to the spindle head.
As a result, feed pitch error is less likely to occur, which allows high-speed, high-accuracy and high-durable tapping.
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3-1-11 Spindle synchronous control
This control enables two spindles to run at the same speed. A spindle being driven with a speed command is
synchronized with another spindle at a constant rate or acceleration/deceleration rate.
This control is applied such as when a workpiece is transferred between two rotating chucks in lathe or a workpiece is
held with two chucks.
3-1-12 Spindle/C axis control
An axis rotating about Z axis is called C axis, whose rotation direction is normally the same as of spindle. This function
enables high-accuracy spindle control including interpolation control, like servo axis, when a high-resolution position
detector is attached to the spindle motor.
3-1-13 Proximity switch orientation control
Orientation control is carried out based on the leading edge position of the proximity switch output signal (ON/OFF).
3-1-14 Power regeneration control
This control enables the regeneration energy generated when the motor decelerates to return to the power supply.
This is an energy saving method because regeneration energy is hardly converted to heat.
3-1-15 Resistor regeneration control
This control enables the regeneration energy generated when the motor decelerates to convert to heat with regenerative
resistance.
The drive system can be downsized because the regeneration capacity is also small in the motor of relatively small
capacity.
Select a suitable regenerative resistance according to the load inertia, motor operation speed, etc.
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3-2 Servo/Spindle control functions
3-2 Servo/Spindle control functions
3-2-1 Torque limit function
This control suppresses the motor output torque with the parameter values (SV013, SV014).
This function is used for stopper positioning control and stopper reference position establishment, by switching the two
setting values.
3-2-2 Variable speed loop gain control
< Servo >
If disturbing noise occurs when the motor is rotating at a high speed, such as during rapid traverse, the high speed loop
gain during high-speed rotation can be lowered with this function.
VGN1
VGN1:SV005
VGN2:SV006
VCS:SV029
VLMT: Servomotor maximum speed x 1.15
VGN2
0
VCS
VLMT
(VLMT=Max. speed x 1.15)
< Spindle >
For a high-speed spindle of machining center etc., adequate response can be ensured with this function by suppressing
noise and vibration at low speeds and increasing the speed loop gain at high-speeds.
VGN1
(VGN2)
VGVN
VGVN
VGN1
(VGN2)
0
VGVS
VLMT
(VLMT=Max. speed x 1.15)
0
VGN1:SP005
VGN2:SP008
VGVN:SP073
VGVS:SP074
VLMT: Spindle maximum speed x 1.15
VGVS
VLMT
(VLMT=Max. speed x 1.15)
3-2-3 Gain changeover for synchronous tapping control
SV003, SV004 and SV057 are used as the position loop gain for normal control. Under synchronous tapping control,
SV049, SV050 and SV058 are used instead to meet the spindle characteristics.
Spindle
Servo axis
Material
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3-2-4 Speed loop PID changeover control
This function is used under full-closed loop control. Normally, machine-end position tracking delays compared with the
motor-end position.
Under full-closed position loop control, machine-end position is used for position feedback. Therefore, the motor-end
position tends to advance too much, which may cause overshooting of the machine-end position.
This function can suppress the generation of overshoot by adding the D (delay) control to the speed control, which is
normally controlled with PI (proportional integral), in order to weaken the PI control after the position droop becomes 0.
3-2-5 Disturbance torque observer
The effect caused by disturbance, frictional resistance or torsion vibration during cutting can be reduced by estimating
the disturbance torque and compensating it.
3-2-6 Smooth High Gain control (SHG control)
A high-response control and smooth control (reduced impact on machine) were conventionally conflicting elements;
however, SHG control enables the two elements to function simultaneously by controlling the motor torque (current FB)
with an ideal waveform during acceleration/deceleration.
SHG control
Speed
Conventional control
Time
Position loop step response
3-2-7 High-speed synchronous tapping control (OMR-DD control)
Servo drive unit detects the spindle position, and compensates the synchronization errors. This control enables more
accurate tapping than the previous.
Spindle speed
(r/min)
Spindle speed
(r/min)
4000
3000
2000
1000
0
−1000
4000
3000
2000
1000
0
−1000
Spindle speed
−2000 Servo/Spindle
−3000 synchronous error
−4000
0
0.5
1
1.5
Servo/Spindle
−2000
−3000 synchronous error
−4000
2
2.5
3
3.5
〈Without OMR-DD control〉 (sec)
3 - 10
Spindle speed
0
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
3
〈With OMR-DD control〉
3.5
(sec)
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3-2 Servo/Spindle control functions
3-2-8 Dual feedback control
This function is used under full-closed loop control.
When a linear scale is used, the machine-end position, such as a table, is directly detected, which may render the
position loop control unstable.
With this control, however, high-frequency components are eliminated from the machine-end feedback signals, which
will lead to stable control.
Speed
command
Position droop
Position
command
Position control
+
-
Low
frequency FB
element
-
Servo
motor
Linear scale
High frequency
FB element
+
Table
Position FB
ENC
+
Primary
delay filter
-
Position FB
SV051
Dual feedback control
3-2-9 HAS control
If the torque output during acceleration/deceleration is close to the servo motor's maximum torque, the motor cannot
accelerate with the commanded time constant when the torque is saturated due to input voltage fluctuation, etc. As a
result, speed overshoot occurs when a constant speed command is issued, because the position droop for the delay is
canceled.
With HAS control, however, this overshoot is smoothened so that the machine operation can be stable.
During current limit
During current limit 1% or less than
maximum speed
Speed command
Speed command
HAS control will catch up
the delay of position.
Overshoot will occur to
catch up the delay of position.
0[r/min]
0[r/min]
Speed feedback
HAS control is disabled.
0[r/min]
0[r/min]
Speed feedback
HAS control is enabled.
3-2-10 Control loop gain changeover
Position loop gain and speed loop gain are switched between non-interpolation mode, which is used during speed
command, and interpolation mode, which is used during synchronous tapping and C axis control. By switching these
gains, optimum control for each mode can be realized.
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3-2-11 Spindle output stabilizing control
Spindle motor's torque characteristic is suppressed due to voltage saturation in the high-speed rotation range, therefore
the current control responsiveness significantly degrades, which may cause excessive current.
With this control, however, the current and flux commands are compensated to avoid the voltage saturation so that the
current control responsiveness will not degrade.
3-2-12 High-response spindle acceleration/deceleration function
This function enables reduction of the spindle motor's setting time (from when the command value becomes 0 until when
the motor actually stops) without being affected by the position loop gain, when the spindle motor stops under
deceleration stop control using the S command.
This function is not active when the spindle is stopped while performing position control, such as orientation control and
synchronous tapping control.
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3-3 Compensation control function
3-3 Compensation control function
3-3-1 Jitter compensation
The load inertia becomes much smaller than usual if the motor position enters the machine backlash when the motor is
stopped.
Because this means that an extremely large VGN1 is set for the load inertia, vibration may occur.
Jitter compensation can suppress the vibration that occurs at the motor stop by ignoring the backlash amount of speed
feedback pulses when the speed feedback polarity changes.
3-3-2 Notch filter
This filter can damp vibrations of servo torque commands at a specified frequency.
Machine vibrations can be suppressed by adjusting the notch filter frequency to the machine's resonance frequency.
Filter depth adjustment is also available that allows stable control even when the filter is set to an extremely low
frequency.
<Specifications>
Notch filter
Notch filter 1
Notch filter 2
Notch filter 3
Notch filter 4
Notch filter 5
Frequency
50Hz to 2250Hz
50Hz to 2250Hz
Fixed at 1125Hz
50Hz to 2250Hz
50Hz to 2250Hz
Depth compensation
Enabled
Enabled
Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
+20
Gain
[dB]
0
-20
-40
10
30
50 70 100
300 500 700 1k
Frequency
[Hz]
Example of filter characteristic set to 300Hz
+20
Gain
[dB]
0
-20
-40
10
30
50 70 100
300 500 700 1k
Frequency
[Hz]
For shallow setting by additionally using the depth compensation at 300Hz
3-3-3 Adaptive tracking-type notch filter
Machine's specific resonance frequency tends to change due to aged deterioration or according to machine's operation
conditions. Therefore, the frequency may be deviated from the filter frequency set at the initial adjustment. With adaptive
tracking-type notch filter, resonance point fluctuation due to the machine's condition change is estimated using the
vibration components of the current commands, and effective notch filter frequency, which has been deviated from the
setting value, is automatically corrected to suppress the resonance.
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3-3-4 Overshooting compensation
The phenomenon when the machine position goes past or exceeds the command during feed stopping is called
overshooting.
In OVS compensation, the overshooting is suppressed by subtracting the torque command set in the parameters when
the motor stops.
Position
command
Speed
FB
0
0
Position
droop
Position
droop
0
0
Overshoot
Overshoot
Time
Time
[1] Overshooting during rapid traverse settling
[2] Overshooting during pulse feed
3-3-5 Machine end compensation control
The shape of the machine end during high-speed and high-speed acceleration operation is compensated by
compensating the spring effect from the machine end to the motor end.
The shape may be fine during low-speed operation. However, at high speeds, the section from the machine end to the
outer sides could swell. This function compensates that phenomenon.
Compensation
Program path
Electric end FB
Command is issued
in the inner side
during high-speed
feed.
Spindle head
Machine end FB
Machine end FB
Machine end FB
During high-speed
feed, the machine end
swells outward due to
the spring effect.
Electric end FB
Normal control
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Since a command is
issued in the inner side
by the amount of spring
effect, the shape keeps
fine even during the
high-speed feed.
Electric end FB
Machine end compensation
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3-3 Compensation control function
3-3-6 Lost motion compensation type 2
Servo motor always drives the machine opposing to the frictional force, and the torque which is required to oppose the
friction during the axis movement is outputted by I control (Integral control) of the speed loop PI control. When the
movement direction is changed, the frictional force works in the opposite direction momentarily, however, the machine
will stop while the command torque is less than the frictional force as it takes some time to reverse the command torque
in I control.
When the movement direction is changed, the frictional force works in the opposite direction momentarily, however, the
machine will stop while the command torque is less than the frictional force as it takes some time to reverse the
command torque in I control.
With the this lost motion compensation function improves the accuracy worsened by the stick motion.
No compensation
With compensation
3-3-7 Lost motion compensation type 3
For a machine model where the travel direction is reversed, the compensation in accordance with the changes in the
cutting conditions is enabled by also considering the spring component and viscosity component in addition to the
friction.
This function can be used to accommodate quadrant projection changes that accompany feed rate and circular radius
changes which could not be compensated by Lost motion compensation type 2.
1.Mechanical spring elements can't be ignored.
2.Changes between static and dynamic frictions are
wide and steep.
Not only frictions but spring element and viscosity element can
be compensated, thus quadrant protrusions are suppressed
within a wide band.
Conventional control can't perform enough compensation.
+Y
+Y
+X
+X
3μm
Conventional compensation control
Lost motion compensation control type 3
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3-3-8 Lost motion compensation type 4
When the difference between static and dynamic friction is large, the friction torque changes sharply at the inversion of
the travel direction. When the lost motion type 4 is used together with the type 2 or type 3, the acute change of the
friction torque is compensated so that the path accuracy at the travel direction inversion can be enhanced.
3-3-9 Spindle motor temperature compensation function
S12000 Acceleration/deceleration time[s]
As for the low-temperature state of the IM spindle motor, the output characteristic may deteriorate in comparison with the
warm-up state and the acceleration/deceleration time may become long, or the load display during cutting may become
high immediately after operation. This function performs the control compensation depending on the motor temperature
with the thermistor built into the spindle motor and suppresses the output characteristic deterioration when the
temperature is low. Temperature compensation function is not required for IPM spindle motor in principle.
Without compensation
[Acceleration]
Without compensation
[Deceleration]
2.50
2.40
With compensation
[Acceleration]
With compensation
[Deceleration]
Effect of suppressing
acceleration/deceleration
time fluctuation
2.30
2.20
2.10
2.00
1.90
1.80
1.70
1.60
1.50
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20
100
40
60
80
Stator (thermistor) temperature[℃]
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3-4 Protection function
3-4 Protection function
3-4-1 Deceleration control at emergency stop
When an emergency stop (including NC failure, servo alarm) occurs, the motor will decelerate following the set time
constant while maintaining the READY ON state.
READY will turn OFF and the dynamic brakes will function after stopping. The deceleration stop can be executed at a
shorter distance than the dynamic brakes.
3-4-2 Vertical axis drop prevention/pull-up control
If the READY OFF and brake operation are commanded at same time when an emergency stop occurs, the axis drops
due to a delay in the brake operation.
The no-control time until the brakes activate can be eliminated by delaying the servo READY OFF sequence by the time
set in the parameters.
Always use this function together with deceleration control.
When an emergency stop occurs in a vertical machining center, the Z axis is slightly pulled upwards before braking to
compensate the drop of even a few μm caused by the brake backlash.
During
an emergency stop
Pull up
Motor brake of
gravity axis
Spindle
3-4-3 Earth fault detection
When an emergency stop is canceled, the earth fault current is measured using the power module's special switching
circuit before Servo ready ON.
Specifying the faulty axis is possible in this detection, as the detection is carried out for each axis.
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3-4-4 Collision detection function
Collision detection function quickly detects a collision of the motor shaft, and decelerates and stops the motor. This
suppresses the generation of an excessive torque in the machine tool, and helps to prevent an abnormal state from
occurring.Impact at a collision will not be prevented by using this collision detection function, so this function does not
necessarily guarantee that the machine tool will not be damaged or that the machine accuracy will be maintained after a
collision.
The same caution as during regular operation is required to prevent the machine from colliding.
Collision detection function outline
(a) A collision of machine is detected.
(b) A retracting torque is generated.
The collision of machine is reduced.
3-4-5 Safety observation function
This function is aimed at allowing a safety access to the machine's working part by opening the protection door, etc.
without shutting the power for saving the setup time.
Both the NC control system and drive system (servo and spindle drive units) doubly observe the axis feed rate so that it
will not exceed the safety speed. If it exceeds the set safety speed, emergency stop occurs and the power is shut OFF.
NC CPU
Position
speed
command
Drive CPU
Servo control
Speed observation
Command speed
observation
FB speed observation
Current
command
Motor detector
Speed observation
Command speed
observation
FB speed observation
Speed F/B
3-4-6 Fan stop detection
The rotation of the radiation fin cooling fan is observed and when the fan stops rotating for a breakdown of the fan or an
external factor, warning is detected.(The system will not be stopped.) Before sudden system down by the power module
overheat, inspection and replacement of the fan are prompted.
3-4-7 Open-phase detection
Disconnection of a phase of the 3-phase input power is detected.
The occurrence of abnormal operation will be avoided by open-phase detection because open-phase does not cause a
power failure, however, abnormal operation will occur when the motor load becomes large.
3-4-8 Contactor weld detection
It detects that a contact of the external contactor is welding and cannot be opened.
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3-5 Sequence functions
3-5 Sequence functions
3-5-1 Contactor control function
With this function, the contactor ON/OFF command is output from the power supply unit (or servo/spindle drive unit for
integrated type) based on the judgement as to whether it is in emergency stop, emergency stop cancel, spindle
deceleration and stop or vertical axis drop prevention control, etc.
3-5-2 Motor brake control function
With this function, the brake ON/OFF command is output from the servo drive unit based on the judgement as to whether
it is in emergency stop, emergency stop cancel or vertical axis drop prevention/pull-up control, etc.
When a multiaxis drive unit is connected, all the axes are simultaneously controlled.
3-5-3 External emergency stop function
Besides the emergency stop input from the NC, double-protection when an emergency stop occurs can be provided by
directly inputting an external emergency stop, which is a second emergency stop input, to the power supply unit (servo/
spindle drive unit for integrated type).
Even if the emergency stop is not input from NC for some reason, the contactors will be activated by the external
emergency stop input, and the power can be shut off.
<MDS-DM-V3>
MDS-DM-V3
Emergency
stop
Mitsubishi NC
EMG
Emergency
stop
Alarm
OPT1
Optical
communication
G391 cable
MDS-D-CV
CN1A
Alarm
CN4
CN4
CN23B
SH21 cable
3
2
1
MC2
(NC)
MC1
Contactor shutoff
command
CN23A
External emergency stop input
3 EMG2
2 (NC)
1 EMG1
(24VDC)
External emergency
stop switch
<MDS-DM-SPV Series>
MDS-DM-SPV Series
Emergency
stop
Mitsubishi NC
24V
Alarm
OPT1A
OPT1
Optical
communication
G391 cable
EMG
CN9A
16
MC
Contactor shutoff
command
10 DOCOM
External emergency stop input
CN9B
3
24G
EMG
(24VDC)
20 DICOM
External emergency
stop switch
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3-5-4 Specified speed output
This function is to output a signal that indicates whether the machine-end speed has exceeded the speed specified with
the parameter.
With this function, the protection door, etc. can be locked to secure the machine operator when the machine-end speed
has exceeded the specified speed. This function can also be used for judging whether the current machine-end speed is
higher than the specified speed.
3-5-5 Quick READY ON sequence
With this function, the charging time during READY ON is shortened according to the remaining charge capacity of the
power supply unit. When returning to READY ON status immediately after the emergency stop input, the charging time
can be shortened according to the remaining charge capacity and the time to READY ON is shortened.
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3-6 Diagnosis function
3-6 Diagnosis function
3-6-1 Monitor output function
<Servo drive unit>
Drive unit has a function to D/A output the various control data. The servo adjustment data required for setting the servo
parameters to match the machine can be D/A output. Measure using a high-speed waveform recorder, oscilloscope, etc.
(1)
D/A output specifications
CN9B connector
CN9 connector
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Name
LG
MO1
Pin
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Name
LG
MO2
MDS-DM-V3
Item
No. of channels
Output cycle
Output precision
Output voltage range
Output magnification setting
Output pin (CN9,CN9B connector)
Others
Name
LG
MO1
Pin
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Name
LG
MO2
MDS-DM-SPV2F/SPV3F
Explanation
2ch
0.8ms (min. value)
12bit
0V to 2.5V (zero) to +5V
-32768 to 32767 (1/100-fold)
MO1 = Pin 9, MO2 = Pin 19, LG = Pin 1,11
The D/A output for the 2nd axis or the 3rd axis is also 2ch. When using the 2nd axis or the
3rd axis, set "-1" for the output data (SV061, SV062) of the axis that is not to be measured.
When the output data is 0, the offset voltage is 2.5V. If there is an offset voltage, adjust the zero level position in the
measuring instrument side.
+5 [V]
Speed FB
+2.5 [V]
0 [V]
+5 [V]
Current FB
+2.5 [V]
0 [V]
Example of D/A output waveform
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(2) Output data settings
(Standard output)
【#2261】 SV061 DA1NO D/A output ch1 data No.
Input the data number you wish to output to the D/A output channel 1.
When using the 2-axis drive unit, set "-1" to the axis that the data will not be output.
---Setting range---1 to 127
【#2262】 SV062 DA2NO D/A output ch2 data No.
Input the data number you wish to output to the D/A output channel 2.
When using the 2-axis drive unit, set "-1" to the axis that the data will not be output.
---Setting range---1 to 127
No.
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Output data
Standard output unit
Linear axis
Output cycle
Rotary axis
For 2nd axis or 3rd axis drive unit.Set the parameters to the other axes in the
drive unit that is not D/A output.
-1
D/A output not selected
0
Commanded rotation speed
1000(r/min)/V
1
Motor rotation speed
1000(r/min)/V
0.8ms
2
Torque command
Motor stall rated ratio 100%/V
0.8ms
3
Torque feedback
Motor stall rated ratio 100%/V
0.8ms
6
Effective current command
100%/V
0.8ms
7
Effective current feedback
100%/V
0.8ms
8
Machine vibration frequency
500Hz/V
9
HAS control droop cancel amount
30
Collision detection estimated torque
100%/V
0.8ms
31
Collision detection disturbance estimated
torque
100%/V
0.8ms
32
Estimated load inertia ratio
100%/V
0.8ms
35
Disturbance observer estimated disturbance
torque
100%/V
0.8ms
50
Position droop
1μm/V
1/1000°/V
0.8ms
51
Position command
1μm/V
1/1000°/V
0.8ms
52
Position feedback
1μm/V
1/1000°/V
0.8ms
53
Position FΔT
1μm/s/V
1/1000°/s/V
0.8ms
54
Deviation from ideal position
(considering servo tracking delay)
1μm/V
1/1000°/V
0.8ms
60
Position droop
1mm/V
1°/V
0.8ms
61
Position command
1mm/V
1°/V
0.8ms
62
Position feedback
1mm/V
1°/V
0.8ms
63
Position FΔT
1mm/s/V
1°/s/V
0.8ms
64
Deviation from ideal position
(considering servo tracking delay)
1mm/V
1°/V
0.8ms
70
Position droop
1m/V
1000°/V
0.8ms
71
Position command
1m/V
1000°/V
0.8ms
72
Position feedback
1m/V
1000°/V
0.8ms
73
Position FΔT
1m/s/V
1000°/s/V
0.8ms
74
Deviation from ideal position
(considering servo tracking delay)
1m/V
1000°/V
0.8ms
126
Saw tooth wave
127
2.5V test data
1mm/V
0.8ms
0.8ms
1°/V
0.8ms
0V to 5V
0.8ms
2.5V
0.8ms
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3-6 Diagnosis function
(Servo control signal)
Servo control input (NC to Servo)
No.
16384
16385
Details
Servo control input 1-0
READY ON command
Servo control input 1-1
Servo ON command
16388
Servo control input 1-4
16390
Servo control input 1-6
16391
Servo control input 1-7
16392
Servo control input 1-8
16409
Servo control input 2-9
16410
Servo control input 2-A
16411
Servo control input 2-B
16416
Servo control input 3-0
Position loop gain
changeover command
Excessive error detection
width changeover
command
Alarm reset command
Current limit selection
command
Speed monitor command
valid
In door closed (controller)
In door closed (all drive
units)
Control axis detachment
command
Servo control output (Servo to NC)
No.
16480
16481
Servo control output 1-0
Servo control output 1-1
Details
In READY ON
In servo ON
16484
Servo control output 1-4
In position loop gain
changeover
16486
Servo control output 1-6
In excessive error detection
width changeover
16487
Servo control output 1-7
In alarm
16488
Servo control output 1-8
In current limit selection
16492
16493
16494
16495
16496
Servo control output 1-C
Servo control output 1-D
Servo control output 1-E
Servo control output 1-F
Servo control output 2-0
In in-position
In current limit
In absolute position data loss
In warning
Z phase passed
16499
Servo control output 2-3
In zero speed
16503
Servo control output 2-7
In external emergency stop
16505
Servo control output 2-9
In speed monitor
16506
Servo control output 2-A
16507
Servo control output 2-B
In door closed (controller)
In door closed (self drive
unit)
16512
Servo control output 3-0
In control axis detachment
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< Spindle drive unit >
Drive unit has a function to D/A output each control data. The spindle adjustment data required to set the spindle
parameters matching the machine can be D/A output. The data can be measured with a high-speed waveform recorder
or oscilloscope, etc.
(1) D/A output specifications
CN9A connector
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Name
LG
MO1
Pin
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Name
LG
MO2
MDS-DM-SPV2F/SPV3F
Item
No. of channels
Output cycle
Output precision
Output voltage range
Output magnification setting
Output pin (CN9A connector)
Explanation
2ch
0.8ms (min. value)
12bit
0V to 2.5V (zero) to +5V
-32768 to 32767 (1/100-fold)
MO1 = Pin 9, MO2 = Pin 19, LG = Pin 1,11
When the output data is 0, the offset voltage is 2.5V. If there is an offset voltage, adjust the zero level position in the
measuring instrument side.
Memory
Scroll
+5 [V]
Speed FB
+2.5 [V]
0 [V]
+5 [V]
Current FB
+2.5 [V]
0 [V]
Example of D/A output waveform
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3-6 Diagnosis function
(2)
Output data settings
(Standard output)
【#13125】 SP125 DA1NO D/A output ch1 data No.
Input the desired data number to D/A output channel.
---Setting range---32768 to 32767
【#13126】 SP126 DA2NO D/A output ch2 data No.
Input the desired data number to D/A output channel.
---Setting range---32768 to 32767
No.
-1
0
1
2
3
Output data
D/A output stop
Commanded motor rotation speed
Motor rotation speed
Torque current command
Torque current feedback
Output unit for standard setting
1000(r/min)/V
1000(r/min)/V
Short time rated ratio 100%/V
Short time rated ratio 100%/V
Output cycle
0.8ms(min)
0.8ms(min)
0.8ms(min)
0.8ms(min)
Short time rated torque current value ratio
100%/V
0.8ms(min)
Position droop
1/1000°/V
0.8ms(min)
51
Position command
1/1000°/V
0.8ms(min)
52
Position feedback
1/1000°/V
0.8ms(min)
53
Position FΔT
1/1000°/s/V
0.8ms(min)
54
Deviation from ideal position
(considering spindle tracking delay)
1/1000°/V
0.8ms(min)
60
Position droop
1°/V
0.8ms(min)
61
Position command
1°/V
0.8ms(min)
62
Position feedback
63
Position FΔT
64
Deviation from ideal position
(considering spindle tracking delay)
70
71
35
Disturbance observer estimated
disturbance torque
50
1°/V
0.8ms(min)
1°/s/V
0.8ms(min)
1°/V
0.8ms(min)
Position droop
1000°/V
0.8ms(min)
Position command
1000°/V
0.8ms(min)
72
Position feedback
1000°/V
0.8ms(min)
73
Position FΔT
1000°/s/V
0.8ms(min)
74
Deviation from ideal position
(considering spindle tracking delay)
1000°/V
0.8ms(min)
40%/V, 120%/3V
0.8ms(min)
0V to 5V
2.5V
0.8ms(min)
0.8ms(min)
110
3.0V output load meter (Note)
126
127
Saw tooth wave
(Note)
2.5V test data output
Load meter displays "100%(=2.5V)" when the control power turns ON and the NC is starting. After the NC
has been run, it displays "0%(=0V%)".
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(Special output)
The result of PLG(TS5690) installation accuracy diagnosis is output to D/A output. D/A output
magnification:SP127(DA1MPY) and SP128(DA2MPY) is 0.
PLG installation diagnosis function can be enabled during the rotation, when open loop control is
enabled:SP018(SPEC2)/bit1=1.
D/A output
No.
120
121
122
123
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Details
Description
Motor end PLG installation gap is diagnosed.
When the gap is good, 2.5V is output.
When the gap is excessive, 2.5V+1V is output.
When the gap is too small, 2.5V-1V is output.
Motor end PLG installation error (including the gap) is diagnosed.
Motor end PLG installation
When the installation is good, 2.5V is output.
All errors diagnosis
When the installation is incorrect, 2.5V+1V is output.
Spindle end PLG installation Spindle end PLG installation gap is diagnosed.
Gap diagnosis
Diagnostic procedure is the same as that of motor end PLG.
Spindle end PLG installation Spindle end PLG installation error (including the gap) is diagnosed.
All errors diagnosis
Diagnostic procedure is the same as that of motor end PLG.
Motor end PLG installation
Gap diagnosis
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3-6 Diagnosis function
(Spindle control signal)
Spindle control input (NC to Spindle)
No.
16384
16385
Spindle control input 1-0
Spindle control input 1-1
16391
Spindle control input 1-7
16392
Spindle control input 1-8
16393
Spindle control input 1-9
16394
Spindle control input 1-A
Details
READY ON command
Servo ON command
Alarm reset command
Torque limit 1 selection
command
Torque limit 2 selection
command
Torque limit 3 selection
command
Speed monitor command
valid
In door closed (controller)
In door closed (all drive units)
Spindle control output (Spindle to NC)
No.
16480
16481
Spindle control output 1-0
Spindle control output 1-1
Details
In ready ON
In servo ON
16487
Spindle control output 1-7
In alarm
16488
Spindle control output 1-8
In torque limit 1 selection
16489
Spindle control output 1-9
In torque limit 2 selection
16490
Spindle control output 1-A
In torque limit 3 selection
16492
Spindle control output 1-C
In in-position
16495
16496
Spindle control output 1-F
Spindle control output 2-0
In warning
Z phase passed
16499
Spindle control output 2-3
In zero speed
16503
Spindle control output 2-7
In external emergency stop
16505
Spindle control output 2-9
In speed monitor
16506
16507
Spindle control output 2-A
Spindle control output 2-B
In door closed (controller)
In door closed (self drive unit)
16528
Spindle control output 4-0
16529
Spindle control output 4-1
16530
Spindle control output 4-2
16409
Spindle control input 2-9
16410
16411
Spindle control input 2-A
Spindle control input 2-B
16432
Spindle control input 4-0
16433
Spindle control input 4-1
16434
Spindle control input 4-2
16436
Spindle control input 4-4
Gear changeover command
16532
Spindle control output 4-4
16437
16438
Spindle control input 4-5
Spindle control input 4-6
Gear selection command 1
Gear selection command 2
16533
16534
Spindle control output 4-5
Spindle control output 4-6
In spindle control mode
selection 1
In spindle control mode
selection 2
In spindle control mode
selection 3
In gear changeover
command
In gear selection 1
In gear selection 2
16445
Spindle control input 4-D
L coil selection command
16541
Spindle control output 4-D
In L coil selection
16545
Spindle control output 5-1
Speed detection
16550
Spindle control output 5-6
In coil changeover
16554
Spindle control output 5-A
16555
Spindle control output 5-B
16556
Spindle control output 5-C
16557
Spindle control output 5-D
16558
Spindle control output 5-E
16559
Spindle control output 5-F
16458
Spindle control input 5-A
16459
Spindle control input 5-B
16460
Spindle control input 5-C
16461
Spindle control input 5-D
16462
Spindle control input 5-E
Spindle control mode
selection command 1
Spindle control mode
selection command 2
Spindle control mode
selection command 3
Phase synchronization
suppression command
Minimum excitation rate 2
changeover request
Speed gain set 2 changeover
request
Zero point re-detection
request
Spindle holding force up
In phase synchronization
suppression
In minimum excitation rate 2
selection
In speed gain set 2 selection
Zero point re-detection
complete
Spindle holding force up
completed
In 2nd in-position
(Note 1) Control signal is bit output. Setting the No. of the table above to the data output(SP125, SP126), and when the
scale (SP127, SP128) is set to "0", the output is "0V" for bit 0, and "2.5V" for bit 1.
(Note 2) Refer to the section "Spindle control signal" in Instruction Manual for details on the spindle control signal.
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3-6-2 Machine resonance frequency display function
If resonance is generated and it causes vibrations of the current commands, this function estimates the vibration
frequency and displays it on the NC monitor screen (AFLT frequency).
This is useful in setting the notch filter frequencies during servo adjustment. This function constantly operates with no
need of parameter setting.
3-6-3 Machine inertia display function
With this function, the load current and acceleration rate during motor acceleration are measured to estimate the load
inertia.
According to the parameter setting, the estimated load inertia is displayed on the NC monitor screen, expressed as its
percentage to the motor inertia.
3-6-4 Motor temperature display function
The temperature sensed by the thermal sensor attached to the motor coil is displayed on the NC screen.
3-6-5 Load monitor output function
A spindle motor's load is output as an analog voltage of 0 to 3V (0 to 120%). To use this function, connect a load meter
that meets the specifications.
3-6-6 Open loop control function
This function is to run a spindle motor for operation check before or during the adjustment of the spindle motor's detector.
This allows the operation in which no detector feedback signals are used.
3-6-7 Power supply voltage display function
The converter bus voltage in main circuit power is displayed on the NC monitor screen.
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4-1-1 Environmental conditions
Environment
Ambient temperature
Ambient humidity
Storage temperature
Storage humidity
Atmosphere
Altitude
Conditions
0°C to +40°C (with no freezing)
80% RH or less (with no dew condensation)
-15°C to +70°C (with no freezing)
90% RH or less (with no dew condensation)
Indoors (no direct sunlight)
No corrosive gas, inflammable gas, oil mist or dust
Operation / storage: 1000m or less above sea level
Transportation: 10000m or less above sea level
4-1-2 Quakeproof level
Motor type
HF75, 105
HF54, 104, 154, 224, 123, 223, 142
HF204, 303, 302, 354, 453
HF-KP23, 43, 73
Acceleration direction
Axis direction (X)
Direction at right angle to axis (Y)
24.5m/s2 (2.5G) or less
24.5m/s2 (2.5G) or less
24.5m/s2 (2.5G) or less
29.4m/s2 (3G) or less
2
49m/s (5G) or less
49m/s2 (5G) or less
The vibration conditions are as shown below.
Vibration amplitude
(double-sway width) (μm)
200
Servomotor
100
80
60
50
40
Y
X
30
20
Acceleration
0
4-2
3000
2000
1000
Speed (r/min)
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4-1-3 Shaft characteristics
There is a limit to the load that can be applied on the motor shaft. Make sure that the load applied on the radial direction
and thrust direction, when mounted on the machine, is below the tolerable values given below. These loads may affect
the motor output torque, so consider them when designing the machine.
Servomotor
HF75T, 105T (Taper shaft)
HF75S, 105S (Straight shaft)
HF54T, 104T, 154T, 224T, 123T, 223T, 142T (Taper shaft)
HF54S, 104S, 154S, 224S, 123S, 223S, 142S (Straight shaft)
HF204S, 303S, 302S, 354S, 453S (Straight shaft)
HF-KP23, 43 (Straight shaft)
HF-KP73 (Straight shaft)
Tolerable radial load
245N (L=33)
245N (L=33)
392N (L=58)
980N (L=55)
2058N (L=79)
245N (L=30)
392N (L=40)
Tolerable thrust load
147N
147N
490N
490N
980N
98N
147N
(Note 1) The tolerable radial load and thrust load in the above table are values applied when each motor is used
independently.
(Note 2) The symbol L in the table refers to the value of L below.
L
Radial load
Thrust load
L: Length from flange installation surface to center of load mass [mm]
1. Use a flexible coupling when connecting with a ball screw, etc., and keep the shaft core
deviation to below the tolerable radial load of the shaft.
2. When directly installing the gear on the motor shaft, the radial load increases as the
diameter of the gear decreases. This should be carefully considered when designing the
machine.
CAUTION
3. When directly installing the pulley on the motor shaft, carefully consider so that the radial
load (double the tension) generated from the timing belt tension is less than the values
shown in the table above.
4. In machines where thrust loads such as a worm gear are applied, carefully consider
providing separate bearings, etc., on the machine side so that loads exceeding the tolerable
thrust loads are not applied to the motor.
4-1-4 Machine accuracy
Machine accuracy of the servo motor's output shaft and around the installation part is as below.
(Excluding special products)
Accuracy
Amplitude of the flange surface
to the output shaft
Amplitude of the flange surface's
fitting outer diameter
Amplitude of the output shaft
end
Measurement
Less than 100 SQ.
point
Flange size [mm]
100 SQ., 130 SQ. 176 SQ. - 250 SQ.
280 SQ. or over
a
0.05mm
0.06mm
0.08mm
0.08mm
b
0.04mm
0.04mm
0.06mm
0.08mm
c
0.02mm
0.02mm
0.03mm
0.03mm
c
a
b
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4-1-5 Oil / water standards
(1) The motor protective format uses the IP type, which complies with IEC Standard. (Refer to the section "2-1-1
Specifications list".) However, these Standards are short-term performance specifications. They do not guarantee
continuous environmental protection characteristics. Measures such as covers, etc., must be taken if there is any
possibility that oil or water will fall on the motor, and the motor will be constantly wet and permeated by water. Note that
the motor's IP-type is not indicated as corrosion-resistant.
Oil or water
Servomotor
(2) When a gear box is installed on the servomotor, make sure that the oil level height from the center of the shaft is higher
than the values given below. Open a breathing hole on the gear box so that the inner pressure does not rise.
Servomotor
HF75, 105
HF54, 104, 154, 224, 123, 223, 142
HF204, 303, 302, 354, 453
HF-KP23, 43
HF-KP73
Oil level (mm)
15
22.5
30
12.5
15
Gear
Servomotor
Oil level
Lip
Oil seal
(3) When installing the servomotor horizontally, set the power cable and detector cable to face downward. When installing
vertically or on an inclination, provide a cable trap.
Cable trap
1. The servomotors, including those having IP67 specifications, do not have a completely
waterproof (oil-proof) structure. Do not allow oil or water to constantly contact the motor,
enter the motor, or accumulate on the motor. Oil can also enter the motor through cutting
CAUTION
chip accumulation, so be careful of this also.
2. When the motor is installed facing upwards, take measures on the machine side so that
gear oil, etc., does not flow onto the motor shaft.
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4-1-6 Installation of servo motor
Mount the servo motor on a flange which has the following size or produces an equivalent or higher heat dissipation
effect:
Flange size
(mm)
150x150x6
250x250x6
250x250x12
300x300x20
800x800x35
Servomotor capacity
100W
200 to 400W
0.5 to 1.5kW
2.0 to 7.0kW
9.0 to 11.0kW
4-1-7 Overload protection characteristics
The servo drive unit has an electronic thermal relay to protect the servomotor and servo drive unit from overloads. The
operation characteristics of the electronic thermal relay are shown below when standard parameters (SV021=60,
SV022=150) are set. If overload operation over the electronic thermal relay protection curve shown below is carried out,
overload 1 (alarm 50) will occur. If the maximum torque is commanded continuously for one second or more due to a
machine collision, etc., overload 2 (alarm 51) will occur.
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<MDS-DM-V3-202020>
HF75
HF105
10000.0
10000.0
When stopped
When stopped
When rotating
When rotating
100.0
100.0
Time 䠄s䠅
1000.0
Time䋨s䋩
1000.0
10.0
10.0
1.0
1.0
0.1
0.1
0
100
200
300
400
0
500
100
200
HF123
When stopped
When rotating
When rotating
1000.0
100.0
100.0
Time 䠄s䠅
Time 䠄s䠅
1000.0
10.0
10.0
1.0
1.0
0.1
0.1
0
100
200
300
400
Motor current value (stall rated current value ratio %)
0
500
HF-KP23
100
200
300
400
Motor current value (stall rated current value ratio %)
500
HF-KP43
10000.0
10000.0
When stopped
When stopped
When rotating
When rotating
1000.0
100.0
100.0
Time 䠄s䠅
1000.0
Time 䠄s䠅
500
10000.0
When stopped
10.0
1.0
10.0
1.0
0.1
0.1
0
100
200
300
400
Motor current value (stall rated current value ratio %)
500
HF-KP73
10000.0
When stopped
When rotating
1000.0
100.0
Time 䠄s䠅
400
HF142
10000.0
10.0
1.0
0.1
0
4-6
300
Motor current value (stall rated current value ratio %)
Motor current value (stall rated current value ratio %)
100
200
300
400
Motor current value (stall rated current value ratio %)
500
0
100
200
300
400
Motor current value (stall rated current value ratio %)
500
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<MDS-DM-V3-404040>
HF75
HF105
10000.0
10000.0
When stopped
When stopped
When rotating
When rotating
100.0
100.0
Time 䠄s䠅
1000.0
Time 䠄s䠅
1000.0
10.0
10.0
1.0
1.0
0.1
0.1
0
100
200
300
400
Motor current value (stall rated current value ratio %)
500
0
100
200
300
400
Motor current value (stall rated current value ratio %)
HF54
HF104
10000.0
10000.0
When stopped
When stopped
When rotating
When rotating
100.0
100.0
Time 䠄s䠅
1000.0
Time 䠄s䠅
1000.0
10.0
10.0
1.0
1.0
0.1
0.1
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
Motor current value (stall rated current value ratio %)
700
0
HF154
100
200
300
400
500
600
Motor current value (stall rated current value ratio %)
10000.0
When stopped
When stopped
When rotating
When rotating
1000.0
100
100.0
Time 䠄s䠅
1000
Time 䠄s䠅
700
HF123
10000
10
1
10.0
1.0
0.1
0.1
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
Motor current value (stall rated current value ratio %)
700
0
HF223
100
200
300
400
Motor current value (stall rated current value ratio %)
500
HF142
10000.0
10000.0
When stopped
When stopped
When rotating
When rotating
1000.0
1000.0
100.0
100.0
Time 䠄s䠅
Time 䠄s䠅
500
10.0
1.0
10.0
1.0
0.1
0
100
200
300
400
Motor current value (stall rated current value ratio %)
500
0.1
0
100
200
300
400
Motor current value (stall rated current value ratio %)
500
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HF302
10000.0
When stopped
When rotating
1000.0
Time 䠄s䠅
100.0
10.0
1.0
0.1
0
100
200
300
400
Motor current value (stall rated current value ratio %)
500
<MDS-DM-SPV Series>
HF54
HF104
10000.0
10000.0
When stopped
When stopped
When rotating
When rotating
100.0
100.0
Time 䠄s䠅
1000.0
Time 䠄s䠅
1000.0
10.0
10.0
1.0
1.0
0.1
0.1
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
Motor current value (stall rated current value ratio %)
0
700
HF154
700
10000.0
When stopped
When stopped
When rotating
When rotating
1000.0
1000.0
100.0
100.0
Time 䠄s䠅
Time 䠄s䠅
200
300
400
500
600
Motor current value (stall rated current value ratio %)
HF224
10000.0
10.0
1.0
10.0
1.0
0.1
0.1
0
4-8
100
100
200
300
400
500
600
Motor current value (stall rated current value ratio %)
700
0
100
200
300
400
Motor current value (stall rated current value ratio %)
500
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<MDS-DM-SPV Series>
HF204
HF354
㪈㪇㪇㪇㪇㪅㪇
10000.0
When stopped
When stopped
When rotating
When rotating
㪈㪇㪇㪇㪅㪇
1000.0
㪈㪇㪇㪅㪇
Time 䋨s䋩
Time 䋨s䋩
100.0
㪈㪇㪅㪇
10.0
㪈㪅㪇
㪇㪅㪈
1.0
0.1
0
100
200
300
400
Motor current value (stall rated current value ratio %)
㪇
500
㪈㪇㪇
㪉㪇㪇
HF223
㪌㪇㪇
HF303
When stopped
When stopped
When rotating
When rotating
1000.0
100.0
100.0
Time 䠄s䠅
1000.0
Time 䠄s䠅
㪋㪇㪇
10000.0
10000.0
10.0
10.0
1.0
1.0
0.1
0.1
0
100
200
300
400
Motor current value (stall rated current value ratio %)
0
500
HF453
100
200
300
400
Motor current value (stall rated current value ratio %)
500
HF302
10000.0
10000.0
When stopped
When stopped
When rotating
When rotating
1000.0
1000.0
100.0
100.0
Time 䠄s䠅
Time 䋨s䋩
㪊㪇㪇
Motor current value (stall rated current value ratio %)
10.0
1.0
0.1
10.0
1.0
0.1
0
100
200
300
400
Motor current value (stall rated current value ratio %)
500
0
100
200
300
400
Motor current value (stall rated current value ratio %)
500
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4-1-8 Magnetic brake
1. The axis will not be mechanically held even when the dynamic brakes are used. If the
machine could drop when the power fails, use a servomotor with magnetic brakes or
provide an external brake mechanism as holding means to prevent dropping.
2. The magnetic brakes are used for holding, and must not be used for normal braking. There
may be cases when holding is not possible due to the life or machine structure (when ball
screw and servomotor are coupled with a timing belt, etc.). Provide a stop device on the
machine side to ensure safety.
CAUTION
3. When operating the brakes, always turn the servo OFF (or ready OFF). When releasing the
brakes, always confirm that the servo is ON first. Sequence control considering this
condition is possible by using the brake contact connection terminal on the servo drive
unit.
4. When the vertical axis drop prevention function is used, the drop of the vertical axis during
an emergency stop can be suppressed to the minimum.
(1) Motor with magnetic brake
(a) Types
The motor with a magnetic brake is set for each motor. The "B" following the standard motor model stands for the
motor with a brake.
(b) Applications
When this type of motor is used for the vertical feed axis in a machining center, etc., slipping and dropping of the
spindle head can be prevented even when the hydraulic balancer's hydraulic pressure reaches zero when the
power turns OFF. When used with a robot, deviation of the posture when the power is turned OFF can be
prevented.
When used for the feed axis of a grinding machine, a double safety measures is formed with the deceleration stop
(dynamic brake stop) during emergency stop, and the risks of colliding with the grinding stone and scattering can be
prevented.
This motor cannot be used for the purposes other than holding and braking during a power failure (emergency
stop). (This cannot be used for normal deceleration, etc.)
(c) Features
[1] The magnetic brakes use a DC excitation method, thus:
• The brake mechanism is simple and the reliability is high.
• There is no need to change the brake tap between 50Hz and 60Hz.
• There is no rush current when the excitation occurs, and shock does not occur.
• The brake section is not larger than the motor section.
[2] The magnetic brake is built into the motor, and the installation dimensions are the same as the motor without
brake.
(d) Cautions for using a timing belt
Connecting the motor with magnetic brakes and the load (ball screw, etc.) with a timing belt as shown on the
left below could pose a hazard if the belt snaps. Even if the belt's safety coefficient is increased, the belt could
snap if the tension is too high or if cutting chips get imbedded. Safety can be maintained by using the method
shown on the right below.
Top
Load
Brake
Load
Top
Motor
Bottom
Bottom
Motor
(No brakes)
Ball screw
Timing belt
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Timing belt
Ball screw
Brake
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(2) Magnetic brake characteristics
< HF Series >
Item
Type (Note 1)
Rated voltage
Rated current at 20°C (A)
Capacity (W)
Static friction torque (N•m)
Inertia (Note 2) (kg•cm2)
Release delay time (Note 3) (s)
Braking delay time (DC OFF) (Note 3) (s)
Per braking (J)
Tolerable braking work
amount
Per hour (J)
Brake play at motor axis (degree)
No. of braking
operations (times)
Brake life (Note 4)
Work amount
per braking (J)
HF75B, HF105B
Motor type
HF54B, HF104B
HF154B,HF224B
HF123B, HF223B
HF142B
HF204B, HF354B
HF303B, HF453B
HF302B
Spring closed non-exciting operation magnetic brakes
(for maintenance and emergency braking)
24VDC
0.38
0.8
1.4
9
19
34
2.4
8.3
43.1
0.2
2.2
9.7
0.03
0.04
0.1
0.03
0.03
0.03
64
400
4,500
640
4,000
45,000
0.1 to 0.9
0.2 to 0.6
0.2 to 0.6
20,000
20,000
20,000
32
200
1,000
< HF-KP Series >
Item
Type (Note 1)
Rated voltage
Rated current at 20°C(A)
Capacity (W)
Static friction torque (N•m)
Inertia (Note 2) (kg•cm2)
Release delay time (Note3) (s)
Braking delay time (DC OFF) (Note3) (s)
Per braking (J)
Tolerable braking work
amount
Per hour (J)
Brake play at motor axis (degree)
No. of braking
operations (times)
Brake life (Note4)
Work amount
per braking (J)
Motor type
HF-KP23B, HF-KP43B
HF-KP73B
Spring closed non-exciting operation magnetic brakes
(for maintenance and emergency braking)
24VDC
0.33
0.42
7.9
10
1.3
2.4
0.08
0.2
0.03
0.04
0.02
0.02
22
64
220
640
1.2
0.9
20,000
20,000
22
64
(Note 1) There is no manual release mechanism. If handling is required such as during the machine core alignment work,
prepare a separate 24VDC power supply, and electrically release a brake.
(Note 2) These are the values added to the servomotor without a brake.
(Note 3) This is the representative value for the initial attraction gap at 20°C.
(Note 4) The brake gap will widen through brake lining wear caused by braking. However, the gap cannot be adjusted. Thus,
the brake life is considered to be reached when adjustments are required.
(Note 5) A leakage flux will be generated at the shaft end of the servomotor with a magnetic brake.
(Note 6) When operating in low speed regions, the sound of loose brake lining may be heard. However, this is not a problem
in terms of function.
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(3) Magnetic brake power supply
1. Always install a surge absorber on the brake terminal when using DC OFF.
CAUTION
2. Do not pull out the cannon plug while the brake power is ON. The cannon plug pins could
be damaged by sparks.
(a) Brake excitation power supply
[1] Prepare a brake excitation power supply that can accurately ensure the attraction current in consideration of
the voltage fluctuation and excitation coil temperature.
[2] The brake terminal polarity is random. Make sure not to mistake the terminals with other circuits.
(b) Bake excitation circuit
When turning OFF the brake excitation power supply (to apply the brake), DC OFF is used to shorten the braking
delay time.
A surge absorber will be required. Pay attention to the relay cut off capacity.
<Cautions>
• Provide sufficient DC cut off capacity at the contact.
• Always use a surge absorber.
• When using the cannon plug type, the surge absorber will be further away, so use shielded wires between the
motor and surge absorber.
ZD1
100VAC or
200VAC
PS
ZD2
VAR1
SW2
VAR2
Magnetic brake 2
SW1
Magnetic brake 1
24VDC
(b) Example of DC OFF
: 24VDC stabilized power supply
PS
: Zener diode for power supply protection (1W, 24V)
ZD1,ZD2
VAR1,VAR2 : Surge absorber
Magnetic brake circuits
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4-1-9 Dynamic brake characteristics
If a servo alarm that cannot control the motor occurs, the dynamic brakes will function to stop the servomotor regardless of the
parameter settings.
(1)
Deceleration torque
The dynamic brake uses the motor as a generator, and obtains the deceleration torque by consuming that energy with
the dynamic brake resistance. The characteristics of this deceleration torque have a maximum deceleration torque (Tdp)
regarding the motor speed as shown in the following drawing. The torque for each motor is shown in the following table.
Tdp
Deceleration
torque
0
Ndp
Motor speed Deceleration torque characteristics of a dynamic brake
Max. deceleration torque of a dynamic brake
MDS-DM-V3 Series
Motor type
HF75
HF105
HF54
HF104
HF154
HF123
HF223
HF142
HF302
(Note)
HF154
HF224
HF204
HF354
HF223
HF303
HF453
HF302
Tdp
(N•m)
5.43
10.21
3.96
10.02
15.65
9.79
19.95
14.43
29.42
Ndp
(r/min)
1538
1520
617
735
850
561
686
427
396
Motor type
HF-KP23
HF-KP43
HF-KP73
Stall torque
(N•m)
0.64
1.27
2.39
Tdp
(N•m)
1.04
2.6
2.96
Ndp
(r/min)
1167
1099
651
The values in the parentheses are specifications when connecting with the M/S-axis of the
MDS-DM-V3-404040.
Motor type
HF54
HF104
Stall torque
(N•m)
2.0
3.0
2.9
5.9
7.0
7.0
12.0 (10.0)
11.0
20.0 (15.6)
Drive unit type
SPVxF-xxx80
SPVxF-xxx80
SPVxF-xxx80
SPV3F-2000120
SPVxF-xxx80
SPV3F-2000120
SPVxF-xxx80
SPV3F-2000120
SPV3F-2000120
SPVxF-xxx80
SPVxF-xxx80
SPV3F-2000120
SPV3F-2000120
SPVxF-xxx80
MDS-DM-SPV Series
L/M-axis
Stall torque
Tdp
Ndp
(N•m)
(N•m)
(r/min)
2.9
3.97
758
5.9
10.02
1060
1356
9.0
15.64
850
1765
12.0
20.07
1042
1029
13.7
15.95
617
22.5
35.25
908
12.0
19.95
1059
955
22.5
30.40
550
37.2
52.94
1080
20.0
29.42
635
Stall torque
(N•m)
2.9
5.9
S-axis
Tdp
(N•m)
3.96
10.02
Ndp
(r/min)
533
540
9.0
15.65
546
12.0
20.06
608
13.7
15.97
370
22.5
12.0
35.25
19.95
469
463
22.5
30.43
308
37.2
20.0
52.94
29.42
529
253
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(2) Coasting rotation distance during emergency stop
The distance that the motor coasts (angle for rotary axis) when stopping with the dynamic brakes can be approximated
with the following expression.
. /#:㧩
(
,.
㧕㨯㧔#㨯0㧗$㧕_
㨯] VG㧔㧗
,/
LMAX
F
N
JM
: Motor coasting distance (angle)
: Axis feedrate
: Motor speed
: Motor inertia
JL
: Motor shaft conversion load inertia
te
: Brake drive relay delay time
: Coefficient A (Refer to the next page)
: Coefficient B (Refer to the next page)
A
B
[mm, (deg)]
[mm/min, (deg/min)]
[r/min]
[kg•cm2]
[kg•cm2]
[s] (Normally, 0.03s)
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
Emergency stop (EMG)
Dynamic brake control output
OFF
ON
Actual dynamic brake operation
Motor speed
N
Coasting amount
Time
te
Dynamic brake braking diagram
Coasting amount calculation coefficients table
MDS-DM-V3 Series
Motor type
2
JM (kg•cm2)
A
B
3.86 × 10-3 HF-KP23
24.0
0.19 × 10-9
1.36 × 10-3
3.98 × 10-3 HF-KP43
42.0
0.14 × 10-9
0.93 × 10-3
-9
1.65 × 10-3
JM (kg•cm )
A
HF75
2.6
0.54 × 10-9
HF105
5.1
0.57 × 10-9
6.1
4.35 × 10
-9
2.82 × 10
-9
4.57 × 10
2.34 × 10
-9
5.06 × 10-3
3.78 × 10
-9
3.57 × 10-3
-9
4.27 × 10-3
HF54
HF104
11.9
HF154
17.8
HF123
11.9
B
Motor type
-3
4.97 × 10
-3
HF223
23.7
3.02 × 10
HF142
17.8
5.04 × 10-9
2.76 × 10-3
HF302
75.0
10-9
5.29 × 10-3
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11.23 ×
HF-KP73
143.0
0.73 × 10
MDS-DM Series Specifications Manual
4-1 Servomotor
Motor
type
Drive unit type
MDS-DM-SPV Series
L/M-axis
JM (kg•cm2)
A
S-axis
JM (kg•cm2)
B
-9
-3
HF54
SPVxF-xxx80
6.1
3.54 × 10
HF104
SPVxF-xxx80
11.9
1.95 × 10-9
6.59 × 10-3
-9
-3
HF154
HF224
SPVxF-xxx80
SPV3F-2000120
SPVxF-xxx80
17.8
23.7
HF204
SPVxF-xxx80
1.47 × 10
8.08 × 10
2.34 × 10-9
5.06 × 10-3
1.17 × 10-9
1.98 ×
SPV3F-2000120
10-9
-9
38.3
4.07 × 10
6.79 ×
SPV3F-2000120
10-9
HF354
SPV3F-2000120
75.0
4.09 × 10-9
HF223
SPVxF-xxx80
23.7
1.96 × 10-9
HF303
SPVxF-xxx80
75.0
4.51 × 10-9
7.82 × 10-9
SPV3F-2000120
6.10 × 10
HF453
SPV3F-2000120
112
3.42 × 10-9
HF302
SPVxF-xxx80
75.0
7.01 × 10-9
A
B
6.1
5.04 × 10
-9
4.29 × 10-3
11.9
3.84 × 10-9
3.36 × 10-3
17.8
3.64 × 10-9
3.25 × 10-3
23.7
3.39 × 10-9
3.76 × 10-3
38.3
11.31 × 10-
75
7.92 × 10-9
5.22 × 10-3
23.7
4.49 × 10-9
2.88 × 10-3
75.0
14.00 × 10-
112
6.98 × 10-9
75.0
17.58 × 10-
10.91 × 103
6.44 × 10
-3
12.94 × 103
7.76 ×
10-3
10.12 × 103
6.60 × 10-3
12.33 × 103
7.11 × 10-3
11.96 × 103
8.48 × 10-3
9
9
9
4.66 × 10-3
3.97 × 10-3
5.86 × 10-3
3.38 × 10-3
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4 Characteristics
4-2 Spindle motor
4-2-1 Environmental conditions
Environment
Ambient temperature
Ambient humidity
Storage temperature
Storage humidity
Atmosphere
Altitude
Conditions
0°C to +40°C (with no freezing)
90%RH or less (with no dew condensation)
-20°C to +65°C (with no freezing)
90%RH or less (with no dew condensation)
Indoors (Where unit is not subject to direct sunlight)
No corrosive gases, flammable gases, oil mist or dust
Operation/storage: 1000m or less above sea level
Transportation: 10000m or less above sea level
X:29.4m/s2 (3G) Y:29.4m/s2 (3G)
Vibration
(Note) Refer to each spindle motor specifications for details on the spindle motor vibration class.
4-2-2 Shaft characteristics
There is a limit to the load that can be applied on the motor shaft. Make sure that the load applied on the radial direction,
when mounted on the machine, is below the tolerable values given below. These loads may affect the motor output
torque, so consider them when designing the machine.
Spindle motor
SJ-VL11-10FZT
SJ-V5.5-01ZT, SJ-V7.5-01ZT, SJ-V7.5-03ZT, SJ-V11-06ZT
SJ-VL11-05FZT-S01, SJ-VL11-07ZT, SJ-DJ5.5/100-01
SJ-D5.5/100-01, SJ-DJ7.5/100-01
SJ-V11-01ZT, SJ-V11-13ZT, SJ-V11-01T,
SJ-D7.5/100-01, SJ-D11/80-01, SJ-DJ11/100-01, SJ-DJ15/80-01
SJ-V15-01ZT, SJ-V11-09T
Tolerable radial load
245N
980N
1470N
1960N
2940N
Radial load
(Note) The load point is at the one-half of the shaft length.
CAUTION
4 - 16
Consider on the machine side so that the thrust loads are not applied to the spindle motor.
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4-2 Spindle motor
4-2-3 Machine accuracy
Machine accuracy of the spindle motor's output shaft and around the installation part is as below.
(Excluding special products)
Accuracy
Measureme
nt point
Amplitude of the flange surface to the output shaft
Amplitude of the flange surface's fitting outer diameter
Amplitude of the output shaft end
a
b
c
Frame No.
A71, B71, A90, B90,
A160, B160, C160,
D90, A112, B112
A180, B180, A225
0.03mm
0.05mm
0.02mm
0.04mm
0.01mm
0.02mm
(Note) Refer to Specifications Manual for the frame number of each spindle motor.
c
a
b
4-2-4 Installation of spindle motor
Make sure that the spindle motor is installed so that the motor shaft points from downward to 90° as shown below. When
installing upward more than 90°, contact your Mitsubishi Electric dealer.
Up
Down
Standard installation direction
The spindle motor whose motor power line and detection lead wires are connected with connectors, as a standard,
should be installed with the connectors facing down. Installation in the standard direction is effective against dripping.
Measure to prevent oil and water must be taken when not installing in the standard direction.
1. Rubber packing for waterproof is attached on the inner surface of the top cover of terminal
block. After checking that the packing is installed, install the top cover.
CAUTION
2. When installing a motor on a flange, chamfer(C1) the part of flange that touches inside low
part of the motor.
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4 Characteristics
To yield good cooling performance, provide a space of at least 30mm between the cooling fan and wall. If the motor is
covered by a structure and the air is not exchanged, its cooling performance degrades and the motor is unable to fully
exercise its performance, which may cause the spindle motor overheat alarm. Do not use the spindle motor in an
enclosed space with little ventilation.
Cooling fan
wall
30mm or more
4-3 Drive unit
4-3-1 Environmental conditions
Environment
Ambient temperature
Ambient humidity
Storage temperature
Storage humidity
Conditions
0°C to +55°C (with no freezing)
90% RH or less (with no dew condensation)
-15°C to +70°C (with no freezing)
90% RH or less (with no dew condensation)
Indoors (no direct sunlight);
no corrosive gas, inflammable gas, oil mist, dust or conductive fine particles
Operation/storage: 1000m or less above sea level
Transportation: 13000m or less above sea level
Atmosphere
Altitude
Operation/storage: 4.9m/s2 (0.5G) or less Transportation: 49m/s2(5G) or less
Vibration
(Note)
When installing the machine at 1,000m or more above sea level, the heat
dissipation characteristics will drop as the altitude increases. The upper limit of
the ambient temperature drops 1°C with every 100m increase in altitude.
(The ambient temperature at an altitude of 2,000m is between 0 and 45°C.)
4-3-2 Heating value
The values for the servo drive unit apply at 50% of the stall output. The values for the spindle drive unit apply for the
continuous rated output. The values for the multiple axes integrated drive unit include the AC reactor's heating value.
3-axis integrated servo drive unit
Heating value [W]
Type
Inside
Outside
MDS-DMpanel
panel
V3-202020
89
0
Multiple axes integrated drive unit
Heating value [W]
Type
Inside
Outside
MDS-DMpanel
panel
SPV3/SPV3F-10080
140
590
V3-404040
SPV3/SPV3F-16080
150
SPV3/SPV3F-20080
175
815
SPV3F-200120
235
1025
SPV2/SPV2F-10080
120
510
SPV2/SPV2F-16080
130
570
SPV2/SPV2F-20080
155
740
159
0
650
1. Design the panel's heating value taking the actual axis operation (load rate) into
consideration.
2.The heating values in the above tables are calculated with the following load rates.
POINT
Unit
4 - 18
Load rate
Servo drive unit
50%
Spindle drive unit
100%
5
Dedicated Options
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5 Dedicated Options
5-1 Servo options
The option units are required depending on the servo system configuration. Check the option units to be required referring the
following items.
(1) System establishment in the full closed loop control (only MDS-DM-SPV2F/SPV3F)
Refer to the table below to confirm the interface unit (I/F) and battery option required for the full closed loop control.
(a) Full closed loop control for linear axis
Machine side detector to be used
Absolut
e
position
detector
Mitsubishi
serial
signal
output
SIN wave
signal
output
OSA105ET2A
(MITSUBISHI)
SR77, SR87
(MAGNESCALE)
LC191M, LC491M
(HEIDENHAIN)
LC193M, LC493M
(HEIDENHAIN)
AT343, AT543, AT545
(Mitutoyo)
SAM Series
(FAGOR)
SVAM Series
(FAGOR)
GAM Series
(FAGOR)
LAM Series
(FAGOR)
MPS Series
(MME Corp.)
Detector signal
output
Mitsubishi serial
signal
Mitsubishi serial
signal
Mitsubishi serial
signal
Mitsubishi serial
signal
Mitsubishi serial
signal
Mitsubishi serial
signal
Mitsubishi serial
signal
Mitsubishi serial
signal
Mitsubishi serial
signal
SIN wave signal
Interface unit
-
ADB-20J60
(MME Corp.)
Drive unit input
signal
Mitsubishi serial
signal
Mitsubishi serial
signal
Mitsubishi serial
signal
Mitsubishi serial
signal
Mitsubishi serial
signal
Mitsubishi serial
signal
Mitsubishi serial
signal
Mitsubishi serial
signal
Mitsubishi serial
signal
Mitsubishi serial
signal
Battery
option
Remarks
Required
Not required
Not required
Not required
Not required
Not required
Not required
Not required
Not required
Required
(b) Full closed loop control for rotary axis
Machine side detector to be used
Absolut
e
position
detector
Mitsubishi
serial
signal
output
CAUTION
RU77
(MAGNESCALE)
RCN223M, RCN227M
(HEIDENHAIN)
RCN727M, RCN827M
(HEIDENHAIN)
MPRZ Series
(MME Corp.)
Detector signal
output
Mitsubishi serial
signal
Mitsubishi serial
signal
Mitsubishi serial
signal
Mitsubishi serial
signal
Interface unit
-
ADB-20J71
(MME Corp.)
Output
signal
Mitsubishi serial
signal
Mitsubishi serial
signal
Mitsubishi serial
signal
Mitsubishi serial
signal
Battery
option
Remarks
Not required
Not required
Not required
Not required
MDS-EX-SR unit is required for the full closed loop control.
<Contact information about machine side detector>
- Magnescale Co., Ltd: http://www.mgscale.com/mgs/
- HEIDENHAIN CORPORATION: http://www.heidenhain.de/
- Mitutoyo Corporation: http://www.mitutoyo.co.jp/
- MHI MACHINE TOOL ENGINEERING CO., LTD: http://www.mme-e.co.jp/
- FAGOR Automation: http://www.fagorautomation.com/
POINT
5-2
The absolute position system cannot be established in combination with the relative position
(incremental) machine side detector and absolute position motor side detector.
MDS-DM Series Specifications Manual
5-1 Servo options
5-1-1 Battery option (ER6V-C119B, A6BAT, MDS-BTBOX-36)
This battery option may be required to establish absolute position system. Select a battery option from the table below
depending on the servo system.
Type
Installation
type
Hazard class
Number of
connectable
axes
Battery
change
EER6V-C119B
A6BAT(MR-BAT)
MDS-BTBOX-36
Drive unit with battery holder type
Dedicated case type
Unit and battery integration type
Not applicable
Not applicable
(24 or less)
Not applicable
Up to 3 axes
Up to 8 axes
(When using dedicated case)
Up to 8 axes
Possible
Possible
Possible
(2)
(3)
(1)
Battery connector
To the battery
holder
Battery
A6BAT
(MR-BAT)
バッテリ
Appearance
Battery
ER6V-C119B
Dedicated case
MDS-BTCASE
(Note) When using the converged battery option, refer to this section "(4) Converged battery option".
1. On January 1, 2003, new United Nations requirements, "United Nations Dangerous Goods
Regulations Article 12", became effective regarding the transportation of lithium batteries.
The lithium batteries are classified as hazardous materials (Class 9) depending on the unit.
(Refer to Appendix 2.)
2. The lithium battery must be transported according to the rules set forth by the International
Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), International Air Transportation Association (IATA),
International Maritime Organization (IMO), and United States Department of Transportation
(DOT), etc. The packaging methods, correct transportation methods, and special
regulations are specified according to the quantity of lithium alloys. The battery unit
CAUTION
exported from Mitsubishi is packaged in a container (UN approved part) satisfying the
standards set forth in this UN Advisory.
3. To protect the absolute value, do not shut off the servo drive unit control power supply if
the battery voltage becomes low (warning 9F).
4. Contact the Service Center when replacing the cell battery.
5. The battery life (backup time) is greatly affected by the working ambient temperature. The
above data is the theoretical value for when the battery is used 8 hours a day/240 days a
year at an ambient temperature of 25°C. Generally, if the ambient temperature increases, the
backup time and useful life will both decrease.
POINT
A6BAT is a battery with same specifications as MR-BAT.
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5 Dedicated Options
(1) Cell battery ( ER6V-C119B )
(a) Specifications
Battery option type
Lithium battery series
Nominal voltage
Nominal capacity
Hazard class
Battery shape
Battery
Number of batteries used
safety
Lithium alloy content
Mercury content
Number of connectable axes
Battery continuous backup time
Battery useful life
(From date of unit manufacture)
Data save time in battery replacement
Back up time from battery warning to
alarm occurrence
(Note2)
Mass
(Note1)
(Note2)
(Note3)
5-4
Cell battery
ER6V-C119B (Note1)
ER6V
3.6V
2000mAh
Single battery
ER6V x 1
0.7g
1g or less
Up to 3 axes (Note3)
Up to 2 axes: Approx. 10000 hours
3 axes connected: Approx. 6600 hours
7 years
Approx. 20 hours at time of delivery, approx. 10 hours after 5 years
Up to 2 axes: Approx. 100 hours
3 axes connected: Approx. 60 hours
20g
ER6V-C119B is a battery built in a servo drive unit. Install this battery only in the servo drive unit that
executes absolute position control.
This time is a guideline, so does not guarantee the back up time. Replace the battery with a new battery
as soon as a battery warning occurs.
When using ball screw side detector OSA166ET2NA/OSA105ET2A, both ball screw side detector and
motor side detector need to be backed up by a battery, so the number of load shaft should be two.
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5-1 Servo options
(b) Installing the cell battery
Open the upper front cover of the servo drive unit.
Connect the battery connector and then put the battery inside.
<MDS-DM-V3 Series>
Battery connector connection part magnified figure
BTA
Battery connector
1 2
To battery holder
1
Battery
1 2
BTB
2
BT1
Connector for
connecting cell battery
Connect the cell battery with BT1.
<MDS-DM-SPV Series>
Battery connector connection part magnified figure
Battery
12
Battery
connector
12
BTA
Connect the cell battery with BT1.
To battery holder
BT1
Connector for
connecting cell battery
(Note) When using a cell battery, do not connect the battery unit, MDS-BTBOX-36.
POINT
When using a cell battery built-in drive unit, the wiring between units is not required. The cell
battery can be changed in each drive unit.
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5 Dedicated Options
(2) Cell battery ( A6BAT )
Always use the cell battery (A6BAT) in combination with the dedicated case (MDS-BTCASE).
(a) Specifications
Cell battery
A6BAT (MR-BAT)
ER17330V
3.6V
1700mAh
Single battery
A6BAT (MR-BAT) x 1
0.48g
1g or less
1 axis / (per 1 battery)
Approx. 10000 hours
Battery option type
Lithium battery series
Nominal voltage
Nominal capacity
Hazard class
Battery shape
Battery
Number of batteries used
safety
Lithium alloy content
Mercury content
Number of connectable axes
Battery continuous backup time
Battery useful life
(From date of unit manufacture)
Data save time in battery replacement
Back up time from battery warning to
alarm occurrence
(Note)
Mass
(Note)
5 years
Approx. 20 hours at time of delivery, approx. 10 hours after 5 years
Approx. 80 hours
17g
This time is a guideline, so does not guarantee the back up time. Replace the battery with a new battery
as soon as a battery warning occurs.
(b) Specifications of the dedicated case MDS-BTCASE
Type
Number of batteries installed
Number of connectable axes
(c)
MDS-BTCASE
Up to 8 A6BATs (MR-BATs) (Install either 2, 4, 6 or 8 A6BATs (MR-BATs))
Max. 8 axes (It varies depending on the number of batteries installed.)
When A6BAT (MR-BAT) x 2, 1 to 2 axis/axes
When A6BAT (MR-BAT) x 4, 3 to 4 axes
When A6BAT (MR-BAT) x 6, 5 to 6 axes
When A6BAT (MR-BAT) x 8, 7 to 8 axes
Installing the cell battery
Open the cover of the dedicated case. Connect the battery connector and then put the battery inside.
Battery
A6BAT
(MR-BAT)
Dedicated case
MDS-BTCASE
5-6
Battery connector
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5-1 Servo options
(d) Installing A6BAT (MR-BAT) to battery case
Open the cover of the dedicated case. Connect the battery connector and then put the battery inside.
[1]
Incorporate batteries in order, from the connector CON1 on the top of the case.
In the same way, install batteries to holders in order, from the holder on the top.
Example of incorporated batteries
(Photo: 8 batteries incorporated)
Corresponding to MDS-A-BT-2
CON1
A6BAT
(MR-BAT)
Corresponding to MDS-A-BT-4
A6BAT
(MR-BAT)
CON1
A6BAT
(MR-BAT)
A6BAT
(MR-BAT)
CN1A
CN1A
CON2
CON4
CON8
CON8
Corresponding to MDS-A-BT-6
CON1
A6BAT
(MR-BAT)
Corresponding to MDS-A-BT-8
A6BAT
(MR-BAT)
CON1
A6BAT
(MR-BAT)
A6BAT
(MR-BAT)
CN1A
CN1A
CON6
CON8
CON8
[2]
Attach a seal indicating the number of incorporated batteries to the part shown below.
Attach the seal here.
(Attach only numbers)
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(e) Outline dimension drawing of the dedicated case MDS-BTCASE
25
15
2-M5 screw
㧔15㧕
30
145
130
6‫ޓ‬
㧔160㧕
50.7
136
145
160
16.8
5-8
130
7.5
145
R3
Panel drawing
[Unit:mm]
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5-1 Servo options
Battery box ( MDS-BTBOX-36 )
(a) Specifications
Battery box
MDS-BTBOX-36
Battery model name
size-D alkaline batteries LR20 x 4 pieces (Note1)
Nominal voltage
3.6V (Unit output), 1.5V (Isolated battery)
Number of connectable axes
Up to 8 axes
Battery continuous backup time Approx. 10000 hours (when 8 axes are connected, cumulative time in non-energized state) (Note2)
Back up time from battery
Approx. 336 hours (when 8 axes are connected) (Note2)
warning to alarm occurrence
Battery option type
(Note 1) Install commercially-available alkaline dry batteries into MDS-BTBOX-36. The batteries should be procured by
customers.
(Note 2) These backup periods are estimated based on the JIS standard, assuming that the product is used at a room
temperature. The actual backup period may vary depending on the batteries (type and storage period after
production, etc.) and the operating environment. Thus, regard these values only as a guide.
(b) Explanation of terminals
Name
BT
LG
(1) Power supply output for absolute position detector
(2) backup
(3) Power supply input for battery voltage drop
detection circuit
(4)
(5)
Battery voltage drop warning signal output
(6)
(c)
Description
3.6V output for absolute position detector backup
Ground
5V power supply input for battery voltage drop detection
circuit
Ground
Battery voltage drop warning output
DO output common
+5V
LG
DO(ALM)
DOCOM
Outline dimension drawings
[Unit: mm]
80
102
Square hole
4-M4 Screw
Panel cut drawing
89
(87)
70.2
Connection
terminal block
79
103
80
93
40
103
(3)
Packing
Packing area
As soon as the battery warning has occurred, replace the batteries with new ones.
POINT
Make sure to use new batteries that have not passed the expiration date. We recommend you
to replace the batteries in the one-year cycle.
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(d) Wiring of the battery voltage drop warning output
The battery voltage drop warning is detected in the MDS-BTBOX-36 and output to the servo drive unit as digital
signal.Connect the battery voltage drop warning signal to one of the servo drive units supported by MDS-BTBOX36. For the connected servo axis, set the servo parameter "SV082/bitF-C" to "2" to enable this signal input. When
using 2 or 3-axis drive unit, set the value to one of the axes and set other axes in the same unit to "0" (No signal).
(e) When backing up for more than 8 axes
Add a MDS-BTBOX-36 so that the number of connectable axes for a battery unit is 8 axes or less.
For all of servo drive units supported by one MDS-BTBOX-36, start the control powers ON simultaneously.
<MDS-DM-V3>
Servo drive unit
<MDS-DM-SPV Series>
MDS-BTBOX-36
CN9
4
1
+5V
LG
24V
Servo drive unit
MDS-BTBOX-36
CN9B
4
1
+5V
LG
20
20
DO(ALM)
13
DO(ALM)
13
DOCOM
DOCOM
24G
Battery voltage drop warning signal connection diagram
1. The battery voltage drop warning signal and safety observation function door state signal
cannot be connected to the same drive unit. To use these function together as a system,
connect to the different drive unit.
2. Battery voltage drop warning (9F) can also occur when the cable between the battery box
and drive unit is broken.
3. For 2-axis or 3-axis drive unit, the parameter error "E4" or drivers communication error "82"
occurs at all the axes when the setting of SV082(SSF5)/bitF-C differs according to axes
(except 0 setting).
CAUTION
4. The drive unit which is connected to the battery box and cell battery cannot be used
together.
5. Replace the batteries with new ones without turning the control power of the drive unit OFF
immediately after the battery voltage drop alarm (9F) has been detected.
6. Replace the batteries while applying the control power of all drive units which are
connected to the battery box.
7. When changing the wiring of the CN9 control input, change after SV082(SSF5)/bitF-C is set
to 0. Otherwise unexpected alarms can be detected because of a mismatch of the control
input signal and setting parameter.
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5-1 Servo options
Converged battery option
When using the following battery options, the wiring between units which configure an absolute position system is
required.
Battery option type
A6BAT (MR-BAT)
MDS-BTBOX-36
Installation type
Dedicated case type (built-in MDS-BTCASE)
Unit and battery integration type
Battery charge
Possible
Possible
System configuration
< A6BAT(MR-BAT) >
Battery case
MDS-BTCASE +
A6BAT (MR-BAT)
1-axis servo drive unit
(MDS-D-V1)
3-axes servo drive unit
(MDS-DM-V3)
Spindle drive unit
(MDS-D-SP)
Power supply unit
(MDS-D-CV)
Multi axis drive unit
(MDS-DM-SPV2F/SPV3F)
From NC
L+
L-
Battery connector connection part magnified figure
MDS-D-Vx, MDS-DM-Vx
1
1 2
2
BT1
Servo motor
BTA
Connector for
connecting
converged battery
12
1 2
Servo motor
MDS-DM-SPV2F/SPV3F
BTB
BTA
12
(4)
BT1
Connect the converged battery with BTA or BTB.
1. This wiring is not required for the drive unit or spindle drive unit which is not an absolute
system.
POINT
2. Use a shield cable for wiring between drive units.
The drive unit could malfunction.
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< MDS-BTBOX-36 >
(a) MDS-D-V1/V2 Series, MDS-DM-V3 Series connected in serial
1-axis servo
drive unit
(MDS-D-V1)
3-axis servo
drive unit
(MDS-DM-V3)
DG22
From NC
BTB
Spindle
drive unit
(MDS-D-SP)
DG24
Power supply
unit
(MDS-D-CV)
+24V
RG I/O power
DG23
BTA BTB
Battery box
MDS-BTBOX-36
CN9
DOCOM
DO(ALM)
LG
+5V
LG
BT
L+
L-
Servo drive unit
Battery connector connection part magnified figure
BTB
BTA
1 2
1
Servo motor
Servo motor
1 2
Connector for
connecting
battery unit
2
BT1 For cell battery
Connect the battery unit with BTA or BTB.
Connect either the battery unit or the cell battery.
1.24V power for DO output must always be turned ON before the NC power input.
2. Spindle drive unit has no battery voltage drop warning function. Wiring to CN9 of drive unit
CAUTION
must be always connected to servo drive unit.
3. The total length of battery cable (from the battery unit to the last connected drive unit) must
be 3m or less.
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(b) MDS-D-V1/V2 Series, MDS-DM-V3 Series connected in parallel
1-axis servo
drive unit
(MDS-D-V1)
3-axis servo
drive unit
(MDS-DM-V3)
DG2
From NC
Spindle
drive unit
(MDS-D-SP)
DG24
Power supply
unit
(MDS-D-CV)
To servo
drive unit
DG23
BTB
+24V
RG I/O power
BTB
Battery box
MDS-BTBOX-36
CN9
DOCOM
DO(ALM)
LG
+5V
LG
BT
L+
L-
Provide the terminal
block to divide the
power for backup.
Connect the +5V
power and DO
output with one
of servo drive
units.
Servo drive unit
Battery connector connection part magnified figure
BTA
BTB
1 2
1
1 2
Connector for
connecting
battery unit
2
BT1 For cell battery
Servo motor
Servo motor
Connect the battery unit with BTA or BTB.
Connect either the battery unit or the cell battery.
1. 24V power for DO output must always be turned ON before the NC power input.
2. Spindle drive unit has no battery voltage drop warning function. Wiring to CN9 of drive unit
CAUTION
must be always connected to servo drive unit.
3. The total length of battery cable (from the battery unit to the last connected drive unit) must
be 3m or less.
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(c) MDS-DM-SPV Series
Multihybrid drive unit
MDS-DM-SPV Series
CN9A
DG24
+24V
I/O power
RG
Battery box
MDS-BTBOX-36
CN9B
DOCOM
DO(ALM)
LG
+5V
LG
BT
From NC
BTA
DG23
Battery connector connection part magnified figure
BTA
Connector for
connecting
battery unit
Servo motor
BT1
Connector for
connecting
cell battery
1
2
2
2
Connect the battery unit with BTA or BTB.
Connect either the battery unit or the cell battery.
1. 24V power for DO output must always be turned ON before the NC power input.
2. Connect the cable for alarm with CN9B on the drive unit. CN9A cannot receive the battery
CAUTION
voltage drop warning.
3. The total length of battery cable (from the battery unit to the last connected drive unit) must
be 3m or less.
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5-1-2 Ball screw side detector (OSA105ET2A)
(1) Specifications
Detector type
OSA105ET2A
Detector resolution
1,000,000 pulse/rev
Absolute position method
(battery backup method)
Detection method
Electrical
characteristics
Tolerable rotation speed at power off
(Note)
Detector output data
Power consumption
Inertia
Mechanical
characteristics for
rotation
Mechanical
configuration
Working
environment
Shaft friction torque
Shaft angle acceleration
Tolerable continuous rotation speed
Shaft amplitude
(position 15mm from end)
Tolerable load
(thrust direction/radial direction)
Mass
Degree of protection
Recommended coupling
Serial data
0.3A
0.5 x 10-4kgm2 or less
0.1Nm or less
4 x 104rad/s2 or less
4000r/min
0.02mm or less
9.8N/19.8N
0.6kg
IP65 (The shaft-through portion is excluded.)
bellows coupling
Ambient temperature
0°C to +55°C
Storage temperature
-20°C to +85°C
95%Ph
5 to 50Hz, total vibration width 1.5mm, each shaft for 30min
Humidity
Vibration resistance
Impact resistance
CAUTION
500r/min
490m/s2 (50G)
If the tolerable rotation speed at power off is exceeded, the absolute position cannot be
repaired.
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(2) Outline dimension drawings
OSA105ET2A
0
75 -0.020
DIA.
70 DIA.
2‫ޓ‬
(9.52 DIA.)
2.7
8.72
1.5
8.72
A-A
B-B
.
51.8
60.2
80 DIA
A
DIA.
A.
30
2‫ޓ‬
A
0
-0.020
DI
56
45q
0
10
4-5.5 DIA.
75
85 SQ.
14
10
B
CM10-R10P
24
[UnitOO]
(3) Explanation of connectors
3
7
2
6
10
1
5
9
4
8
Connector pin layout
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
5 - 16
B
Function
RQ
RQ*
BAT
LG(GND)
Pin
6
7
8
9
10
Function
SD
SD*
P5(+5V)
SHD
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5-2 Spindle options
5-2 Spindle options
According to the spindle control to be adopted, select the spindle side detector based on the following table.
(a)
No-variable speed control
(When spindle and motor are directly coupled or coupled with a 1:1 gear ratio)
Spindle
control item
Control specifications
Without spindle side detector
With spindle side detector
●
Normal cutting control
Spindle control
Constant surface speed control (lathe)
Thread cutting (lathe)
1-point orientation control
Orientation control Multi-point orientation control
Orientation indexing
Standard synchronous tap
Synchronous tap
control
Synchronous tap after zero point return
Spindle
Without phase alignment function
synchronous
With phase alignment function
control
C-axis control
C-axis control
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
This normally is not used for novariable speed control.
●
● (Note 2)
●
(Note 1) ● :Control possible
x :Control not possible
(Note 2) When spindle and motor are coupled with a 1:1 gear ratio, use of a spindle side detector is recommended to
assure the precision.
(b)
Variable speed control
(When using V-belt, or when spindle and motor are connected with a gear ratio other than 1:1)
Spindle
control item
Control specifications
Normal cutting control
Constant surface speed
control (lathe)
Thread cutting (lathe)
1-point orientation control
Orientation
Multi-point orientation
control
control
Orientation indexing
Standard synchronous
Synchronous tap
tap control
Synchronous tap after
zero point return
Without phase alignment
Spindle
function
synchronous
With phase alignment
control
function
C-axis control C-axis control
Spindle
control
Without spindle side
detector
●
With spindle side detector
TS5690/ERM280/
Proximity
OSE-1024
MPCI Series
switch
●
●
● (Note 2)
●
●
x
x
x
●
●
●
●
x
●
x
●
●
x
x
●
●
x
● (Note 3)
●
●
x
x
●
●
x
● (Note 2)
●
●
x
x
●
●
x
x
●
x
x
(Note 1) ● :Control possible
x :Control not possible
(Note 2) Control not possible when connected with the V-belt.
(Note 3) Control not possible when connected with other than the gears.
(c)
Cautions for connecting the spindle end with an OSE-1024 detector
[1] Confirm that the gear ratio (pulley ratio) of the spindle end to the detector is 1:1.
[2] Use a timing belt when connecting by a belt.
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5-2-1 Spindle side ABZ pulse output detector (OSE-1024 Series)
When a spindle and motor are connected with a V-belt, or connected with a gear ratio other than 1:1, use this spindle side
detector to detect the position and speed of the spindle. Also use this detector when orientation control and synchronous tap
control, etc are executed under the above conditions.
(1) Specifications
Detector type
Inertia
Mechanical
characteristics for
rotation
Shaft friction torque
OSE-1024-3-15-68
OSE-1024-3-15-68-8
0.1x10-4kgm2 or less
0.98Nm or less
0.1x10-4kgm2 or less
0.98Nm or less
104rad/s2 or less
6000 r/min
20000h/6000r/min
104rad/s2 or less
8000 r/min
20000h/8000r/min
0.02mm or less
0.02mm or less
Shaft angle acceleration
Tolerable continuous rotation speed
Bearing maximum non-lubrication time
Shaft amplitude
(position 15mm from end)
10kg/20kg
10kg/20kg
Half of value
Half of value
during operation
during operation
1.5kg
1.5kg
0.05mm or less
0.05mm or less
Tolerable load
(thrust direction/radial direction)
Mechanical
configuration
Mass
Squareness of flange to shaft
Flange matching eccentricity
Working
environment
Ambient temperature range
-5°C to +55°C
Storage temperature range
-20°C to +85°C
95%Ph
5 to 50Hz, total vibration width 1.5mm,
each shaft for 30min.
Humidity
Vibration resistance
294.20m/s2 (30G)
Impact resistance
(Note)
Confirm that the gear ratio (pulley ratio) of the spindle end to the detector is 1:1.
(2) Detection signals
Signal name
A, B phase
Z phase
Number of detection pulses
1024p/rev
1p/rev
Connector pin layout
5 - 18
Pin
Function
Pin
Function
A
A+ signal
K
0V
B
Z+ signal
L
-
C
B+ signal
M
-
D
-
N
A- signal
E
Case grounding
P
Z- signal
F
-
R
B- signal
G
-
S
-
H
+5V
T
-
J
-
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Outline dimension drawings
‫ غ‬68
‫ غ‬56
33
Ǿ50
102
Ǿ68
MS3102A20 -29P
4-Ǿ5.4 hole
2
- 0.006
- 0.017
+0.012
0
+0.05
0
Ǿ50
Ǿ 16
1.15
- 0.009
- 0.025
5
Ǿ15
2
3
0
- 0.11
3
Ǿ14.3
(3)
+0.14
0
20
Shaft section
Key way magnified figure
[Unit: mm]
Spindle side detector (OSE-1024-3-15-68, OSE-1024-3-15-68-8)
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5-2-2 Spindle side PLG serial output detector (TS5690, MU1606 Series)
This detector is used when a more accurate synchronous tapping control or C-axis control than OSE detector is performed to
the spindle which is not directly-connected to the spindle motor.
(1) Type configuration
<Sensor type>
TS5690N (1) (2)
(1)
(2)
Symbol
The number of compatible
detection gear teeth
64
12
25
64
128
256
Symbol
Length of the cable
10
20
30
40
60
400mm
800mm
1200mm
1600mm
2000mm
<Detection gear type>
MU1606N (1) (2)
(1)
(2) Each specification number
Symbol
The number of
detection gear teeth
6
7
8
64
128
256
(2) Specifications
Series type
Sensor
TS5690N12xx
TS5690N25xx
10
20
30
40
60
10
20
30
40
60
10
20
30
40
60
Length of lead [mm]
400
±
10
800
±
20
1200
±
20
1600
±
30
2000
±
30
400
±
10
800
±
20
1200
±
20
1600
±
30
2000
±
30
400
±
10
800
±
20
1200
±
20
1600
±
30
2000
±
30
Type
Detection
gear
TS5690N64xx
xx (The end of the type
name)
MU1606N601
MU1606N709
The number of teeth
64
128
256
Outer diameter [mm]
φ52.8
φ104.0
φ206.4
Inner diameter [mm]
φ40H5
φ80H5
φ140H5
12
12
14
0.020 to 0.040
0.030 to 0.055
0.050 to 0.085
Thickness [mm]
Shrink fitting [mm]
Notched
fitting
section
Outer diameter [mm]
The number
of output
pulse
A/B phase
Outer diameter
tolerance [mm]
Z phase
Detection resolution [p/rev]
Absolute accuracy at stop
Tolerable speed [r/min]
Signal output
MU1606N805
φ72.0
φ122.0
φ223.6
+0.010 to +0.060
-0.025 to +0.025
-0.025 to +0.025
64
128
256
1
1
1
2 million
4 million
8 million
150"
100"
95"
40,000
20,000
10,000
Mitsubishi high-speed serial
1.Selected detectors must be able to tolerate the maximum rotation speed of the spindle.
CAUTION
2.Please contact your Mitsubishi Electric dealer for the special products not listed above.
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Outline dimension drawings
Always apply the notched fitting section machining with the specified dimensions to the
CAUTION
sensor installation surface.
<TS5690N64xx + MU1606N601>
[Unit: mm]
Round crimp contact for thermistor 0.5-4
(For M4 screw)
100±10
Sensor mounting
face(Note 4)
A
Ǿ7
Output connector (by Tyco Electronics)
Housing (Cap)
#172161-1
Contact (Socket) #170365-4
Accessories (Note 5)
Housing (Plug) #172169-1 Qty : 1
Contact (Pin) #170363-4 Qty : 9
23.7
A
Name plate
Sensor model and
Serial No. written
50
29
38
16.5
14.5
2-Ǿ5.8
5
Ground
Ǿ40H5
+0.011
0
C0
.5
.5
C0
8
4
12
31.1
51.4
3.3
R1
18.7
10.3
Central line of
detection gear
(Note 4)
Gap 0.3±0.05
5.5
Detection gear outer DIA Ǿ52.8
C part
(Note 2)
D part (Note 3)
Ǿ2 hole for identification
Detection gear
One notch (For Z
phase signal)
Projection for
connector lock
22
14
The number of teeth 64
(For A, B phase signals)
3
2 1
6
5
4
9
8
7
16
RQ MT1 MT2
(Note 1) Handle with care as this is a precision component.
Pay special attention not to apply excessive external force
on the sensor’s detection face. Applying such force will cause a fault.
+ 0.060
(Note 2) In installing the sensor, keep the protruding fitting of Ǿ72 + 0.010 mm
on the machine side, and push the C part of the sensor mounting seat
against the fitting.
(Note 3) In installing the detection gear, make sure that the D part side comes
the opposite side of the sensor installation side (sensor’s lead wire side).
(Note 4) The diviation of the center of the detection gear is 16.5±0.25mm from
the sensor mounting face.
(Note 5) A connector of the signal cable side (one plug and nine pins) is attached.
Parts name
TS5690N6410
TS5690N6420
TS5690N6430
TS5690N6440
TS5690N6460
Sensor
Lead wire length A [mm]
400±10
800±20
1200±20
1600±30
2000±30
Detection gear
Parts name
SD*
FG
Seen from Arrow A
SD RQ*
5G +5V
Pin layout of output
connector
3
Sensor mounting face
Ǿ72 +0.060
+0.010
(3)
MU1606N601
Encoder mounting face of machine side
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<TS5690N12xx + MU1606N709>
[Unit: mm]
Round crimp contact for thermistor 0.5-4
(For M4 screw)
Output connector (by Tyco Electronics)
100±10
Sensor mounting
face (Note 4)
A
Ǿ7
Housing (Cap) #172161-1
Contact (Socket) #170365-4
Accessories (Note 5)
Housing (Plug) #172169-1 Qty: 1
Contact (Pin) #170363-4 Qty: 9
23.7
A
50
38
29
16.5
R1
18.7
10.3
Central line of
detection gear
(Note 4)
Gap 0.3±0.05
5.5
31.1
14.5
2-Ǿ5.8
Ground
5
Name plate
Sensor model and
Serial No. written
3.3
C0
77
C part (Note 2)
C0
.5
.5
D part (Note 3)
Ǿ80H5
Detection gear outer DIA Ǿ104
Ǿ2 hole for
identification
90
2-M5 screw
Detection
gear
3
8
4
Ǿ122±0.025
Sensor mounting face
One notch (For Z
phase signal)
12
The number of teeth 128
(For A, B phase signals)
(Note 1) Handle with care as this is a precision component.
Pay special attention not to apply excessive external force
on the sensor’s detection face. Applying such force will cause a fault.
(Note 2) In installing the sensor, keep the protruding fitting of Ǿ122±0.025 mm
on the machine side, and push the C part of the sensor mounting seat
against the fitting.
(Note 3) In installing the detection gear, make sure that the D part side comes
the opposite side of the sensor installation side (sensor’s lead wire side).
(Note 4) The diviation of the center of the detection gear is 16.5±0.25mm
from the sensor mounting face.
(Note 5) A connector of the signal cable side (one plug and nine pins) is attached.
Sensor
5 - 22
Encoder mounting face
of machine side
Projection for
connector lock
22
14
Detection gear
Lead wire length A [mm]
400±10
800±20
1200±20
1600±30
2000±30
Parts name
2 1
5 4
9
8
RQ MT1 MT2
16
Parts name
TS5690N1210
TS5690N1220
TS5690N1230
TS5690N1240
TS5690N1260
3
6
SD*
FG
MU1606N709
Seen from Arrow A
SD RQ*
7
5G +5V
Pin layout of output
connector
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5-2 Spindle options
<TS5690N25xx + MU1606N805>
[Unit: mm]
Output connector (by Tyco Electronics)
Housing (Cap) #172161-1
Contact (Socket) #170365-4
Accessories (Note 5)
Contact (Pin) #170363-4 Qty: 9
Housing (Plug) #172169-1 Qty: 1
Round crimp contact for thermistor 0.5-4
(For M4 screw)
38
Gap 0.3±0.05
5.5
10.3
Central line of
detection gear
(Note 4)
A
14.5
2-Ǿ5.8
Ground
A
R1
23.7
Name plate
Sensor model and
Serial No. written
18.7
31.1
29
16.5
5
100±10
Ǿ7
50
Sensor mounting
face (Note 4)
3.3
5
C0
.5
C0.
D part (Note 3)
128.2
C part (Note 2)
Ǿ140H5 0
Ǿ160
Detection gear outer DIA Ǿ206.4
Ǿ2 hole for
Ǿ160
+0.018
identification
2-M8 screw
180
Detection gear
The number of teeth 256
(For A, B phase signals)
8
12
14
One notch (For Z
phase signal)
4
1
3
(Note 1) Handle with care as this is a precision component.
Pay special attention not to apply excessive external force
on the sensor’s detection face. Applying such force will cause a fault.
(Note 2) In installing the sensor, keep the protruding fitting of Ǿ223.6±0.025 mm
on the machine side, and push the C part of the sensor mounting seat
against the fitting.
(Note 3) In installing the detection gear, make sure that the D part side comes
the opposite side of the sensor installation side (sensor’s lead wire side).
(Note 4) The diviation of the center of the detection gear is 16.5±0.25mm
from the sensor mounting face.
(Note 5) A connector of the signal cable side (one plug and nine pins) is attached.
Projection for
connector lock
Lead wire length A [mm]
400±10
800±20
1200±20
1600±30
2000±30
22
14
Parts name
3
2 1
6
5
4
9
8
7
RQ MT1 MT2
16
TS5690N2510
TS5690N2520
TS5690N2530
TS5690N2540
TS5690N2560
Encoder mounting
face of machine side
Detection gear
Sensor
Parts name
Sensor mounting face
Ǿ223.6±0.025
1
SD*
FG
MU1606N805
Seen from Arrow A
SD RQ*
5G +5V
Pin layout of
output connector
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5-2-3 Spindle side accuracy serial output detector (ERM280, MPCI Series)
(Other manufacturer's product)
C-axis control detector is used in order to perform an accurate C-axis control.
Manufacturer
Detector type
ERM280 1200
HEIDENHAIN
ERM280 2048
MHI MACHINE TOOL
ENGINEERING CO., LTD
MPCI series
Interface unit type
EIB192M C4 1200
EIB392M C4 1200
EIB192M C6 2048
EIB392M C6 2048
ADB-20J20
Minimum detection
resolution
0.0000183°
(19,660,800p/rev)
Tolerable maximum
speed
20000 r/min
0.0000107°
(33,554,432p/rev)
11718 r/min
0.00005°
(7200000p/rev)
10000 r/min
<Contact information about machine side detector>
- HEIDENHAIN CORPORATION: http://www.heidenhain.de/
- MHI MACHINE TOOL ENGINEERING CO., LTD: http://www.mme-e.co.jp/
CAUTION
5 - 24
Confirm specifications of each detector manufacturer before using the machine side detector.
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5-3 Detector interface unit
5-3 Detector interface unit
5-3-1 Scale interface unit MDS-EX-SR
(1)
Appearance
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
[9]
(2) Specifications
Type
Manufacturer
Output signal
Degree of protection
Mass
(3)
Environment
Environment
Ambient temperature
Ambient humidity
Storage temperature
Storage humidity
Atmosphere
Altitude
Conditions
0°C to +55°C (with no freezing)
90% RH or less (with no dew condensation)
-15°C to +70°C (with no freezing)
90% RH or less (with no dew condensation)
Indoors (no direct sunlight);
no corrosive gas, inflammable gas, oil mist, dust or conductive fine particles
Operation/storage: 1000m or less above sea level
Transportation: 13000m or less above sea level
Operation/storage: 4.9m/s2 (0.5G) or less Transportation: 49m/s2(5G) or less
Vibration
(4)
MDS-EX-SR
MITSUBISHI
Mitsubishi high-speed serial signal
IP20
500g
Each part name
Name
Connector
specifications
Application
[1]
24V
24V power supply status indication LED
[2]
CN22
Control power (24VDC) input connector
[3]
LA
MDS-DM-SPVxF (L-axis:CN3L) connection connector
[4]
LI
Machine side detector connection connector for servo (L axis)
[5]
MA
-
1
VDD
2
SG
No.9
No.1
MDS-DM-SPVxF (M-axis:CN3M) connection connector
[6]
MI
Machine side detector connection connector for servo (M axis)
[7]
SA
MDS-DM-SPVxF (S-axis:CN3S) connection connector
[8]
SI
Machine side detector connection connector for servo (S axis)
[9]
FG
Spare FG terminal (This is not used at this point.)
No.10 No.2
-
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(5) Outline dimension drawings
[Unit: mm]
5
40
(70)
135
6
(Wiring allowance)
156
168
2-M5 screw
6
34
6
Panel mount
machining drawing
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5-3 Detector interface unit
5-3-2 Serial output interface unit for ABZ analog detector EIB192M
(Other manufacturer's product)
(1)
Appearance
(2) Specifications
Type
Manufacturer
Input signal
Maximum input frequency
Output signal
Interpolation division number
Compatible detector
EIB192M A4 20μm
EIB192M C4 1200
EIB192M C4 2048
HEIDENHAIN
A-phase, B-phase: SIN wave 1Vpp, Z-phase
400kHz
Mitsubishi high-speed serial signal (MITSU02-4)
Maximum 16384 divisions
LS187, LS487
ERM280 1200
ERM280 2048
Minimum detection resolution
0.0012μm
Working temperature
Degree of protection
Mass
(3)
0.0000183°
(19,660,800p/rev)
0.0000107°
(33,554,432p/rev)
0°C to 70°C
IP65
300g
Outline dimension drawings
98
38.5±1
21.5
64
36±0.2
86±0.2
M4
㧔Note㧕
Ǿ4.5
14.5
7±1
Ǿ7.5
㧔Note㧕Two fixing screws㧔M4×16 DIN 912/ISO 4762㧕
CAUTION
[Unit : mm]
These are other manufacturer's products. When purchasing these product, contact the
manufacturer directly.
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5-3-3 Serial output interface unit for ABZ analog detector EIB392M
(Other manufacturer's product)
(1) Appearance
(2) Specifications
Type
Manufacturer
Input signal
Maximum input frequency
Output signal
Interpolation division number
Compatible detector
EIB392M A4 20μm
EIB392M C4 1200
EIB392M C4 2048
HEIDENHAIN
A-phase, B-phase: SIN wave 1Vpp, Z-phase
400kHz
Mitsubishi high-speed serial signal (MITSU02-4)
Maximum 16384 divisions
LS187, LS487
ERM280 1200
ERM280 2048
Minimum detection resolution
0.0012μm
Working temperature
Degree of protection
Mass
0.0000183°
(19,660,800p/rev)
0.0000107°
(33,554,432p/rev)
0°C to 70°C
IP40
140g
(3) Outline dimension drawings
UNC 4/40
43
Φ4.5
33.3
16.6
76.5
CAUTION
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[Unit : mm]
These are other manufacturer's products. When purchasing these product, contact the
manufacturer directly.
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5-3 Detector interface unit
5-3-4 Serial output interface unit for ABZ analog detector ADB-20J Series
(Other manufacturer's product)
(1)
Appearance
(2) Specifications
Type
Manufacturer
Maximum response speed
Output signal
Compatible detector
ADB-20J20
10,000r/min
MPCI series
Minimum detection resolution
0.00005°
(7,200,000p/rev)
ADB-20J60
MHI MACHINE TOOL ENGINEERING CO., LTD
3,600m/min
5,000r/min
Mitsubishi high-speed serial signal
MPS Series
MPI Series
0.05μm
Working temperature
Degree of protection
Mass
CAUTION
10,000r/min
MPRZ series
0.000043°
(8,388,608p/rev)
0°C to 55°C
IP20
0.9kg
These are other manufacturer's products. When purchasing these product, contact the
manufacturer directly.
Outline dimension drawings
190
180
160
40
5
25
[Unit:mm]
M4 screw ×4
18
43
Part side
Label side
160
(3)
0.000025°
(1,440,000p/rev)
ADB-20J71
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5-4 Drive unit option
5-4-1 Optical communication repeater unit (FCU7-EX022)
When the distance of the optical communication cable between NC control unit and drive unit is over 30m (M700V/M70V
Series: maximum 30m, M700/M70/C70 Series: maximum 20m), the communication can be performed by relaying the optical
signal.
Using up to two units, relay of the total length of up to 90m (M700V/M70V Series: maximum 90m, M700/M70/C70 Series:
maximum 60m) can be performed.
<Product features>
(a) When the distance of the optical communication cable between NC control unit and drive unit is over 30m, the
communication can be performed by relaying the optical signal.
(b) The relay between NC control unit and drive unit can be performed for up to two channels.
(c) If the distance between NC control unit and drive unit is even within 30m, the cable can be divided by the relay in
transporting the machine.
(d) Same mounting dimension as the remote I/O unit (DX unit).
CAUTION
This unit can not be used between drive units.
(1) Specifications
DC24V input
Optical interface
Item
Input voltage
Inrush current
Power consumption
Consumption current
Channel number
Connectable number
Operation
Ambient
temperature
Storage
Ambient humidity
Environment
Vibration
Impact resistance
Dimension
Mass
5 - 30
Atmosphere
Dimension
Mounting method
Operation
(long term)
Operation
(short term)
Storage
24V ± 10% (21.6V to 26.4V)
35A
10W
0.4A
2 channels
Maximum 2
0°C to +55°C
-20°C to +60°C
+10%RH to +75%RH (with no dew condensation)
+10%RH to +95%RH
(with no dew condensation. Short term is within about one month.)
+10%RH to +75%RH (with no dew condensation)
Operation
4.9m/s2
Transportation
34.3m/s2
Operation
29.4m/s2
No corrosive gas, oil mist, or dust
(depth)135mm × (width)40mm × (height)168mm
Screw cramp with M5 2 screw cramps
0.42kg
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5-4 Drive unit option
(2)
Explanation of connectors
Connector name
OPT1IN,
OPT1OUT,
OPT2IN,
OPT2OUT
DCIN
Application
Remarks
Optical connector
DC24V Power connector
DC24V/ Power OFF detection
output connector
DCOUT
ACFAIL
Power OFF detection connector
FG
FG Faston terminal
DCIN
Pin No.
1
2
3
Name
DC24V
0V (RG)
FG
Pin No.
A1
A2
A3
Relays the PD25/27 output to NC control unit.
Relays the power OFF detection signal (ACFAIL) when sharing 24V
power from PD25/PD27 for NC control unit and optical communication
repeater unit.
It will not be used when dedicated general-purpose power supply for
optical communication repeater unit is prepared.
DCOUT
Name
Pin No.
ACFAIL
B1
COM
B2
NC
B3
ACFAIL
Pin No.
Name
1
COM
2
ACFAIL
Name
DC24V
0V (RG)
FG
< Connector pin layout >
Optical communication
I/F (OPT1IN, OPT1OUT,
OPT2IN, OPT2OUT)
DC24V input (DCIN)
DC24V output (DCOUT)
B1
1
Power OFF input
ACFAIL
(Terminal name:CF01)
FG terminal (FG)
B3
3
2
1
FG
A1
<Cable side connector type>
(PCF type)
Connector: CF-2D101-S
Recommended
manufacturer: Japan Aviation
Electronics
(POF type)
Connector: PF-2D101
Recommended
manufacturer:
Japan Aviation Electronics
<PCB side connector type>
Connector: 2-178293-5
Recommended
manufacturer: Tyco
Electronics
<Cable side connector type>
Connector: 2-178288-3
Contact: 1-175218-5
Recommended
manufacturer:
Tyco Electronics
A3
<PCB side connector type>
Connector: 3-178137-5
Recommended
manufacturer: Tyco
Electronics
<Cable side connector type>
Connector: 2-178127-6
Contact: 1-175218-5
Recommended
manufacturer:
Tyco Electronics
<PCB side connector type>
Connector: 53103-0230
Recommended
manufacturer: MOLEX
<Cable side connector type>
connector: 51030-0230
Contact: 50084-8160
Recommended
manufacturer:
MOLEX
<Cable side faston terminal
type name>
Type name: 175022-1
(For AWG20-14 250 series)
Recommended
manufacturer: Tyco
Electronics
Terminal protection tube:
174817-2 (Yellow)
Φ2.0
6.2
5.0
9.6
0.9
0.8±0.025
Unit side tab terminal shape
(Note) The faston terminal
"175022-1" of the cable side
is a simple lock type. Make
sure to insert until the simple
lock pin is in the Φsecond
hole. Firmly press the simple
lock release tab when
unplugging it.
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(3) Outline dimension drawings
[Unit: mm]
135
40
2-M5-0.8 screw
6
5
OPT1IN
156
OPT2IN
168
OPT1OUT
OPT2OUT
FUSE
DCOUT
6
FG
34
DCIN
ACFAIL
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5-5 Cables and connectors
5-5-1 Cable connection diagram
The cables and connectors that can be ordered from Mitsubishi Electric Corp. as option parts are shown below. Cables
can only be ordered in the designated lengths. Purchase a connector set, etc., to create special length cables.
<MDS-DM-V3 Series>
1-axis
servo drive unit
(MDS-D-V1)
3-axis
servo drive unit
(MDS-DM-V3)
Spindle
drive unit
(MDS-D-SP)
Power supply
unit
(MDS-D-CV)
Option battery
for servo drive unit
3-phase 200VAC
power supply
Battery cable
From NC
Optical
communication
cable
Optical
CN9 communication
cable
CN20
CN2L
CN2
CN2
CN3
CN3
CN2M
Brake
connector
CN2S
CN4
Battery case
(MDS-BTCASE+A6BAT)
Power supply
communication
cable
DOCOM
DO(ALM)
LG
+5V
LG
BT
Circuit protector
(Note) Prepared
by user.
AC reactor
(D-AL)
Battery box
(MDS-BTBOX-36)
L+
L-
Circuit protector or
protection fuse
(Note) Prepared by user.
nd 3rd
rvo
Contactor
(Note) Prepared
by user.
Power
connector
Power
connector
Power supply communication connector
<Connector for contactor control output /
external emergency stop>
To 4th axis servo
The circuit of external
power supply or
dynamic brake unit (for
large capacity), etc is
required.
Power cable (*Only connector is supplied.)
Spindle detector cable
< Motor side PLG cable >
Spindle detector cable
< Spindle side detector cable >
Spindle motor
Power cable (*Only connector is supplied.)
Brake cable (*Only connector is supplied.)
Servo detector cable
< Motor side detector cable >
Spindle side detector
Battery connector
To battery
holder
Brake connector
Power connector
Servomotor
Cell battery
built in drive unit
(ER6V-C119B)
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<MDS-DM-SPV Series>
<Option battery>
24V stabilized power supply
(Note) Prepared by user.
DOCOM
DO(ALM)
LG
+5V
LG
BT
Power
connector
Battery box
(MDS-BTBOX-36)
RA circuit for motor brake
(Note) Prepared by user.
From NC
Optical communication
cable
Spindle detector cable
< Spindle side detector cable >
Power cable
To servo for
M/S-axis
Linear scale (for full closed control)
*Serial ABS only
Cell battery built in drive unit
(ER6V-C119B)
Power
connector
Brake cable
Linear scale cable (Note) Prepared by user.
Servo detector cable
<Motor side detector cable>
cable
Linear scale cable
(Note) Prepared by user.
for M/S-axis
䋨*Only connector is supplied䋩
CNV2E-EX
Spindle detector cable
< Motor side PLG cable >
<Built in cell battery>
Scale I/F unit
MDS-EX-SR
To servo for
M/S-axis
Spindle side
detector
Power cable
䋨*Only connector
is supplied䋩
RA circuit for contactor drive
(Note) Prepared by user.
Servomotor
Spindle motor
3-phase 200VAC
power supply
Circuit protector AC reactor
(Note) Prepared (D-AL-18.5K)
by user.
Contactor
(Note) Prepared
by user.
Brake connector
Power connector
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5-5-2 List of cables and connectors
< Optical communication cable>
Item
For
CN1A/
CN1B/
OPT1
A
(Note1)
(Note2)
Model
Optical communication cable
For wiring between drive units (inside
panel)
G396-L □ M
□ : Length
0.3, 0.5, 1, 2, 3, 5m
Optical communication cable
For wiring between drive units
(outside panel)
For optical servo communication repeater
unit
G380-L □ M
□ : Length
5, 10, 12, 15, 20, 25, 30m
Drive unit side connector
(Japan Aviation Electronics
Industry)
Connector: 2F-2D103
Drive unit side connector
(Tyco Electronics)
Connector: 1123445-1
Contents
Drive unit side connector
(Japan Aviation Electronics
Industry)
Connector: 2F-2D103
Drive unit side connector
(Tyco Electronics)
Connector: 1123445-1
For details on the optical communication cable, refer to the section "Optical communication cable specification".
For details on the optical communication cable for wiring between NC and drive unit, refer to the instruction manual
for CNC.
<Battery cable and connector>
Item
For
battery
unit
For drive
unit
For CN9
Model
Battery cable
(For drive unit - battery unit)
DG21- □ M
□ : Length
0.3, 0.5, 1, 5m
Battery cable
(For drive unit -Battery box)
*The battery box side is connected using a
bare conductor or a terminal bar.
DG23- □ M
□ : Length
0.3, 0.5, 1, 2, 3, 5, 7,
10m
5V supply/DO output cable (For drive unit
-Battery box)
*The battery box side is connected using a
bare conductor or a terminal bar.
DG24- □ M
□ : Length
0.3, 0.5, 1, 2, 3, 5, 7,
10m
Battery cable
(For drive unit - drive unit)
*This cable is required to supply the
power from the battery unit to multiple
drive units.
DG22- □ M
□ : Length
0.3, 0.5, 1, 2, 3, 5, 7,
10m
Battery cable
Connector set:
FCUA-CS000
Drive unit side connector
(Hirose Electric)
Connector: DF1B-2S-2.5R
Contact: DF1B-2428SCA
Contents
Battery unit side connector
(3M)
Connector: 10120-3000VE
Shell kit : 10320-52F0-008
Drive unit side connector
(Hirose Electric)
Connector: DF1B-2S-2.5R
Contact: DF1B-2428SCA
Battery box side
Drive unit side connector
(3M)
Connector: 10120-6000EL
Contact: 10320-3210-000
Battery box side
Drive unit side connector
(Hirose Electric)
Connector: DF1B-2S-2.5R
Contact: DF1B-2428SCA
Drive unit side connector
(Hirose Electric)
Connector: DF1B-2S-2.5R
Contact: DF1B-2428SCA
Drive unit side connector
(3M)
Connector: 10120-3000VE
Shell kit : 10320-52F0-008
Battery unit side connector
(3M)
Connector: 10120-3000VE
Shell kit : 10320-52F0-008
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< Power supply communication cable and connector >
Item
For CN4/9
For CN4/9
For CN23
Model
Drive unit side connector
(3M)
Connector: 10120-6000EL
Shell kit : 10320-3210-000
Contents
Power supply unit side connector
(3M)
Connector: 10120-6000EL
Shell kit : 10320-3210-000
FCUA-CS000
Drive unit side connector
(3M)
Connector: 10120-3000VE
Shell kit : 10320-52F0-008
Power supply unit side connector
(3M)
Connector: 10120-3000VE
Shell kit : 10320-52F0-008
CNU23S(AWG14)
Power supply unit side connector
(DDK)
Connector: DK-3200M-06RXY
Contact: DK-3REC2LLP1-100
SH21
Length:
0.35, 0.5, 0.7, 1, 1.5,
2,2.5,
3, 3.5, 4, 4.5, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9,
10, 15, 20, 30m
Power supply communication cable
Power supply communication cable
connector set
Contactor control output / external
emergency stop for connector
< Optical communication repeater unit >
For
OPT1/2
For
DCIN
Item
Optical communication
cable
For wiring between
drive unit and optical
communication
repeater unit/
For wiring between
optical communication
repeater units
For optical
communication
repeater unit
DC24V power cable
Model
G380-L □ M
□ : Length
5, 10, 12, 15, 20, 25, 30m
F070
□ : Length
0.5, 1.5, 3, 5,
8, 10, 15, 20m
Contents
Drive unit side/
Optical communication repeater unit side
Optical communication repeater unit side
connector
connector
(Tyco Electronics)
(Tyco Electronics)
Connector: 1123445-1
Connector: 1123445-1
DC24V power side terminal
(J.S.T.)
Crimp terminal: V1.25-3 or V1.25-4 × 2
Optical communication repeater unit side
connector
(Tyco Electronics)
Connector: 2-178288-3
Contact: 1-175218-5 × 3
DCIN
Y
For
DCIN/
ACFAIL
For optical
communication
repeater unit/
For connecting
Mitsubishi power unit
PD25,PD27
DC24V power cable
(power OFF detection)
F110
□ : Length
0.5, 1.5, 3, 5,
8, 10, 15m
DC24V power side connector
(Tyco Electronics)
Connector: 3-178127-6
Contact:
1-175218-5 (for AWG16) × 3
1-175217-5 (for AWG22) × 2
Optical communication repeater unit side
connector
<DCIN>
(Tyco Electronics)
Connector: 2-178288-3
Contact: 1-175218-5 × 3
<ACFAIL (CF01)>
(MOLEX)
51030-0230
50084-8160 × 2
DCIN
DCOUT
Y
CF01
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< Servo detector cable and connector >
Item
Model
CNV2E-8P- □ M
□ : Length
2, 3, 4, 5,
7, 10, 15, 20,
25, 30m
For
CN2/
CN2L/M/S
For HF
Motor side detector
cable
CNV2E-9P- □ M
□ : Length
2, 3, 4, 5,
7, 10, 15, 20,
25, 30m
For
MDS-EXSR
For
servo
motor
detector/
Ball screw
side
detector
For
CN2
For MDS-EX-SR
Motor side detector
relay cable
CNV2E-EX- □ M
□ : Length
0.3,0.5, 1m
Contents
Drive unit side connector
(3M)
Receptacle : 36210-0100PL
Shell kit
: 36310-3200-008
(MOLEX)
Connector set: 54599-1019
Motor detector/
Ball screw side detector side connector
(DDK)
Plug
: CM10-SP10S-M(D6)
Contact : CM10-#22SC(S1)(D8)
Drive unit side connector
(3M)
Receptacle : 36210-0100PL
Shell kit
: 36310-3200-008 (MOLEX)
Connector set: 54599-1019
Motor detector/
Ball screw side detector side connector
(DDK)
Plug
: CM10-AP10S-M(D6)
Contact : CM10-#22SC(S1)(D8)
MDS-DM-SPVxF unit side connector
(3M)
Receptacle : 36210-0100PL
Shell kit
: 36310-3200-008
(MOLEX)
Connector set: 54599-1019
MDS-EX-SR unit side connector
(3M)
Receptacle : 36210-0100PL
Shell kit
: 36310-3200-008
(MOLEX)
Connector set: 54599-1019
Motor detector/
Ball screw side detector side connector
(DDK)
Plug : CM10-SP10S-M(D6)
Contact: CM10-#22SC(S1)(D8)
CNE10-R10S(9)
Applicable cable outline
ø6.0 to 9.0mm
Motor side detector
connector/
Ball screw side
detector connector
Servomotor detector/
Ball screw side detector side connector
(DDK)
Plug : CM10-AP10S-M(D6)
Contact: CM10-#22SC(S1)(D8)
CNE10-R10L(9)
Applicable cable outline
ø6.0 to 9.0mm
Detector connector
CNU2S(AWG18)
Drive unit side connector
(3M)
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Shell kit : 36310-3200-008
(MOLEX)
Connector set: 54599-1019
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Item
Direct
connect
ion
type
Model
For HF-KP
Motor side detector
cable
For
CN2/
CN2L/M/S
For HF-KP
Motor side detector
relay cable
(motor side)
Relay
type
(Note)
For HF-KP
Motor side detector
relay cable
(Drive unit side)
(Note)
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CNV2E-K1P- □ M
Lead out in direction of
motor shaft
□ : Length
2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 10,m
Compatible with only IP65
CNV2E-K2P- □ M
Lead out in opposite
direction of motor shaft
□ : Length
2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 10,m
Compatible with only IP65
CNV22J-K1P-0.3M
Lead out in direction of
motor shaft
Length: 0.3m
Compatible with only IP65
CNV22J-K2P-0.3M
Lead out in opposite
direction of motor shaft
Length: 0.3m
Compatible with only IP65
CNV2E-6P- □ M
□ : Length
15, 20, 25, 30m
Contents
Drive unit side connector
(3M)
Motor detector side connector
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
(Tyco Electronics)
Shell kit : 36310-3200-008 (MOLEX) Connector: 1674320-1
Connector set: 54599-1019
Drive unit side connector
(3M)
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Shell kit : 36310-3200-008 (MOLEX)
Connector set: 54599-1019
Motor detector side connector
(Tyco Electronics)
Connector: 1674320-1
Relay side connector
(DDK)
Plug: CM10-CR10P-M
Motor detector side connector
(Tyco Electronics)
Plug : 1747464-1
Contact: 1674335-4
Relay side connector
(DDK)
Plug: CM10-CR10P-M
Motor detector side connector
(Tyco Electronics)
Plug : 1747464-1
Contact: 1674335-4
Drive unit side connector
(3M)
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Shell kit : 36310-3200-008 (MOLEX)
Connector set: 54599-1019
Relay side connector (DDK)
Plug : CM10-SP10S-M(D6)
Contact: CM10-#22SC(S1)(D8)
When using cable of 15m or longer, use relay cable.
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< Brake cable and connector >
Item
Model
Contents
Servomotor side brake connector (DDK)
Plug : CM10-SP2S-S(D6)
Contact: CM10-#22SC(S2)(D8)
CNB10-R2S(6)
Applicable cable outline
ø4.0 to 6.0mm
Brake connector for
HF
Servomotor side brake connector (DDK)
Plug : CM10-AP2S-S(D6)
Contact: CM10-#22SC(S2)(D8)
CNB10-R2L(6)
Applicable cable outline
ø4.0 to 6.0mm
For motor
brake
Servomotor side brake connector
(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry)
Plug : JN4FT02SJ1-R
Contact: ST-TMH-S-C1B-100-(A534G)
MR-BKS1CBL □ M-A1-H
Lead out in direction of motor
shaft
□ : Length
2, 3, 5, 7,10m
Brake cable for
HF-KP
Servomotor side brake connector
(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry)
Plug : JN4FT02SJ1-R
Contact: ST-TMH-S-C1B-100-(A534G)
MR-BKS1CBL □ M-A2-H
Lead out in opposite direction
of motor shaft
□ : Length
2, 3, 5, 7,10m
For CN20
Brake connector for
motor brake control
output
CNU20S(AWG14)
Servo drive unit side connector
(DDK)
Connector : DK-3200S-03R
Contact: DK-3REC2LLP1-100
<Reinforcing cover for connector>
Item
Reinforcing cover for
CM10-SP2S-S(D6)/
CM10-SP10S-M(D6)
Model
CNE10-CVS
Reinforcin
g cover
Reinforcing cover for
CM10-AP2S-S(D6)/
CM10-AP10S-M(D6)
CNE10-CVL
Contents
Reinforcing cover for straight plug
CM10-SP-CV
(DDK)
Reinforcing cover for angle plug
CM10-AP-D-CV
(DDK)
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< Power connector >
Item
Model
CNP18-10S(14)
Applicable cable outline
ø10.5 to 14mm
Contents
Motor side power connector (DDK)
Plug: CE05-6A18-10SD-C-BSS
Clamp: CE3057-10A-1 (D240)
Power connector for
HF75, 105, 54,104,154,
224, 123, 223, 142
Motor side power connector (DDK)
Plug: CE05-8A18-10SD-C-BAS
Clamp: CE3057-10A-1 (D240)
CNP18-10L(14)
Applicable cable outline
ø10.5 to 14mm
Motor side power connector (DDK)
Plug: CE05-6A22-22SD-C-BSS
Clamp: CE3057-12A-1 (D240)
CNP22-22S(16)
Applicable cable outline
ø12.5 to 16mm
For
motor
power
Power connector for
HF204, 354, 303, 453, 302
Motor side power connector (DDK)
Plug: CE05-8A22-22SD-C-BAS
Clamp: CE3057-12A-1 (D240)
CNP22-22L(16)
Applicable cable outline
ø12.5 to 16mm
Motor side power connector
(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry)
Plug: JN4FT04SJ1-R
Contact: ST-TMH-S-C1B-100-(A534G)
MR-PWS1CBL □ M-A1-H
Lead out in direction of
motor shaft
□ : Length
2, 3, 5, 7, 10m
Power cable for
HF-KP
Motor side power connector
(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry)
Plug: JN4FT04SJ1-R
Contact: ST-TMH-S-C1B-100-(A534G)
MR-PWS1CBL □ M-A2-H
Lead out in opposite
direction of motor shaft
□ : Length
2, 3, 5, 7, 10m
For TE1
For
CN31
L/M/S
For
CN22
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Power connector for
MDS-DM-V3
Power connector for
MDS-DM-SPV2/SPV3
Control power connector for
MDS-DM-SPV2/SPV3
Drive unit side power connector (DDK)
Housing: DK-5200S-04R
Contact : DK-5RECSLP1-100
CNU1S(AWG14)
RCN31S
RCN31M
Applicable cable outline
ø1.25 to 5.5mm
RCN22
Applicable cable outline
ø1.25 to 2.2mm
Drive unit side power connector (DDK)
Housing: DK-5200M-04R
Contact : DK-5RECSLP1-100
(For AWG 14,16)
Contact : DK-5RECMLP1-100
(For AWG 10,12)
Drive unit side control power connector
(DDK)
Housing: DK-3200S-02R
Contact : DK-3REC2LLP1-100
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< Spindle detector cable and connector >
Item
For CN2
Motor side PLG cable
Spindle side accuracy
detector TS5690 cable
Model
CNP2E-1- □ M
□ : Length
2, 3, 4, 5,
7, 10, 15, 20,
25, 30m
CNP3EZ-2P- □ M
□ : Length
2, 3, 4, 5,
7, 10, 15, 20,
25, 30m
For CN3
For spindle
motor
For spindle
motor
Spindle side detector
OSE-1024 cable
Motor side PLG
connector
Spindle side accuracy
detector TS5690
connector
CNP3EZ-3P- □ M
□ : Length
2, 3, 4, 5,
7, 10, 15, 20,
25, 30m
Contents
Spindle motor side connector
Spindle drive unit side connector (3M)
(Tyco Electronics)
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Connector: 172169-1
Shell kit
: 36310-3200-008 (MOLEX)
Contact:170363-1(AWG26-22)
Connector set: 54599-1019
170364-1(AWG22-18)
Spindle drive unit side connector (3M)
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Shell kit
: 36310-3200-008 (MOLEX)
Connector set: 54599-1019
Spindle motor side connector (DDK)
Connector: MS3106A20-29S(D190)
Straight back shell: CE02-20BS-S
Clamp: CE3057-12A-3
Spindle drive unit side connector (3M)
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Shell kit
: 36310-3200-008 (MOLEX)
Connector set: 54599-1019
Spindle motor side connector (DDK)
Connector: MS3106A20-29S(D190)
Angle back shell: CE-20BA-S
Clamp
: CE3057-12A-3
CNEPGS
Spindle motor side connector
(Tyco Electronics)
Connector: 172169-1
Contact:170363-1(AWG26-22)
170364-1(AWG22-18)
Applicable cable outline
ø6.8 to 10mm
Spindle motor side connector (DDK)
Connector:MS3106A20-29S(D190)
Straight back shell: CE02-20BS-S
Clamp: CE3057-12A-3
Spindle side detector
OSE-1024 cable
Spindle motor side connector (DDK)
Connector:MS3106A20-29S(D190)
Angle back shell: CE-20BA-S
Clamp: CE3057-12A-3
Applicable cable outline
ø6.8 to 10mm
For CN2/3
Spindle detector drive
unit side connector
CNU2S(AWG18)
Spindle drive unit side connector (3M)
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Shell kit
: 36310-3200-008 (MOLEX)
Connector set: 54599-1019
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5-5-3 Optical communication cable specifications
(1) Specifications
G396-L □ M
G380-L □ M
For wiring inside panel
For wiring outside panel
For long distance wiring
Cable model
Specification application
0.3, 0.5, 1.0, 2.0, 3.0, 5.0m
5.0, 10, 12, 15, 20, 25, 30m
Minimum bend
radius
25mm
Enforced covering cable: 50mm
cord: 30mm
Tension strength
140N
980N
(Enforced covering cable)
-40 to 85°C
-20 to 70°C
Temperature
range for use
(Note1)
Indoors (no direct sunlight)
No solvent or oil
Optical
communication
cable
2.2±0.07
Ambient
Cable
appearance
[mm]
4.4±0.4
2.2±0.2
Cable length
4.4±0.1
7.6±0.5
(15) (13.4)
20.3
(6.7)
(20.9)
Connector
appearance
[mm]
(2.3)
(1.7)
8+0
37.65
(Note1)
(Note2)
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8.5
Protection tube
22.7
This temperature range for use is the value for optical cable (cord) only. Temperature condition for the
connector is the same as that for drive unit.
Do not see directly the light generated from CN1A/CN1B/OPT1A connector of drive unit or the end of cable.
When the light gets into eye, you may feel something is wrong for eye.
(The light source of optical communication corresponds to class1 defined in JISC6802 or IEC60825-1.)
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5-5 Cables and connectors
(2) Cautions for using optical communication cable
Optical communication cable is made from optical fiber. If optical fiber is added a power such as a major shock, lateral
pressure, haul, sudden bending or twist, its inside distorts or breaks, and optical transmission will not be available.
Especially, as optical fiber for G396-L □ M is made of synthetic resin, it melts down if being left near the fire or high
temperature. Therefore, do not make it touched the part, which becomes high temperature, such as radiator or
regenerative brake option of drive unit.
Read described item in this section carefully and handle it with caution.
(a)
Minimum bend radius
Make sure to lay the cable with greater radius than the minimum bend radius. Do not press the cable to edges of
equipment or others. For the optical communication cable, the appropriate length should be selected with due
consideration for the dimensions and arrangement of drive unit so that the cable bend will not become smaller than
the minimum bend radius in cable laying. When closing the door of control box, pay careful attention for avoiding
the case that optical communication cable is hold down by the door and the cable bend becomes smaller than the
minimum bend radius.
Lay the cable so that the numbers of bends will be less than 10 times.
(b) Bundle fixing
When using optical communication cable of 3m or longer, fix the cable at the closest part to the connector with
bundle material in order to prevent optical communication cable from putting its own weight on CN1A/CN1B/OPT1A
connector of drive unit. Optical cord should be given loose slack to avoid from becoming smaller than the minimum
bend radius, and it should not be twisted.
When tightening up the cable with nylon band, the sheath material should not be distorted. Fix the cable with
tightening force of 1 to 2kg or less as a guide.
Minimum bend radius
For wiring inside panel: 25mm
For wiring outside panel: 50mm
wall
When laying cable, fix and hold it in position with using cushioning such as sponge or rubber which does not contain
plasticizing material.
Never use vinyl tape for cord. Plasticizing material in vinyl tape goes into optical fiber and lowers the optical
characteristic. At worst, it may cause wire breakage. If using adhesive tape for cable laying, the fire resistant
acetate cloth adhesive tape 570F (Teraoka Seisakusho Co., Ltd) is recommended.
If laying with other wires, do not make the cable touched wires or cables made from material which contains
plasticizing material.
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(c) Tension
If tension is added on optical fiber, the increase of transmission loss occurs because of external force which
concentrates on the fixing part of optical fiber or the connecting part of optical connector. At worst, the breakage of
optical fiber or damage of optical connector may occur. For cable laying, handle without putting forced tension.
(d) Lateral pressure
If lateral pressure is added on optical communication cable, the optical cable itself distorts, internal optical fiber gets
stressed, and then transmission loss will increase. At worst, the breakage of optical cable may occur. As the same
condition also occurs at cable laying, do not tighten up optical communication cable with a thing such as nylon band
(TY-RAP).
Do not trample it down or tuck it down with the door of control box or others.
(e) Twisting
If optical fiber is twisted, it will become the same stress added condition as when local lateral pressure or bend is
added. Consequently, transmission loss increases, and the breakage of optical fiber may occur at worst.
(f)
Cable selection
- When wiring is outside the power distribution panel or machine cabinet, there is a highly possibility that
-
external power is added. Therefore, make sure to use the cable for wiring outside panel (G380-L □ M)
If a part of the wiring is moved, use the cable for wiring outside panel.
In a place where sparks may fly and flame may be generated, use the cable for wiring outside panel.
(g) Method to lay cable
When laying the cable, do not haul the optical fiver or connector of the optical communication cable strongly. If
strong force is added between the optical fiver and connector, it may lead to a poor connection.
(h) Protection when not in use
When the CN1A/CN1B/OPT1A connector of the drive unite or the optical communication cable connector is not
used such as pulling out the optical communication cable from drive unit, protect the joint surface with attached cap
or tube for edge protection. If the connector is left with its joint surface bared, it may lead to a poor connection
caused by dirty.
(i)
Attaching /Detaching optical communication cable connector
With holding the connector body, attach/detach the optical communication cable connector. If attaching/detaching
the optical communication cable with directly holding it, the cable may be pulled out, and it may cause a poor
connection.
When pulling out the optical communication connector, pull out it after releasing the lock of clock lever.
(j)
Cleaning
If CN1A/CN1B/OPT1A connector of the drive unit or optical communication cable connector is dirty, it may cause
poor connection. If it becomes dirty, wipe with a bonded textile, etc. Do not use solvent such as alcohol.
(k) Disposal
When incinerating optical communication cable, hydrogen fluoride gas or hydrogen chloride gas which is corrosive
and harmful may be generated. For disposal of optical communication cable, request for specialized industrial
waste disposal services that has incineration facility for disposing hydrogen fluoride gas or hydrogen chloride gas.
(l)
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Return in troubles
When asking repair of drive unit for some troubles, make sure to put a cap on CN1A/CN1B/OPT1A connector.
When the connector is not put a cap, the light device may be damaged at the transit. In this case, exchange and
repair of light device is required.
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6 Specifications of Peripheral Devices
6-1 Selection of wire
6-1-1 Example of wires by unit
Selected wires must be able to tolerate rated current of the unit's terminal to which the wire is connected.
How to calculate tolerable current of an insulated wire or cable is shown in "Tolerable current of electric cable" (1) of
Japanese Cable Makers' Association Standard (JCS)-168-E (1995), its electric equipment technical standards or JEAC
regulates tolerable current, etc. wire.
When exporting wires, select them according to the related standards of the country or area to export. In the UL standards,
certification conditions are to use wires of 60°C and 75°C product. (UL508C)
Wire's tolerable current is different depending on conditions such as its material, structure, ambient temperature, etc. Check
the tolerable current described in the specification of the wire to use.
Example of wire selections according to each standard is as follows.
(1) 600V vinyl insulated wire (IV wire) 60°C product (Example according to IEC/EN60204-1, UL508C)
<MDS-DM-V3 Series>
TE1
(U, V, W,
Unit type
Servo drive MDS-DM-V3-202020
unit
MDS-DM-V3-404040
mm2
)
AWG
2
14
Terminal name
TE2
(L+, L-)
TE3
(L11, L21)
AWG
mm2
Match with TE2 of selected
power supply unit
mm2
AWG
2
14
<MDS-DM-SPV Series>
Unit type
Drive unit
MDS-DM-SPV3F-10080
MDS-DM-SPV3F-16080
MDS-DM-SPV3F-20080
MDS-DM-SPV3F-200120
MDS-DM-SPV2F-10080
MDS-DM-SPV2F-16080
MDS-DM-SPV2F-20080
Terminal name
TE1
CN31L/M/S
(U, V, W)
(U,V,W,PE)
AWG
mm2
mm2
mm2
TE1
(L1, L2, L3)
AWG
mm2
30
5.5
14
22
22
5.5
14
22
3
10
6
4
4
10
6
4
3.5
CN22
(VDD.SG)
AWG
mm2
12
2
14
(2) 600V double (heat proof) vinyl insulated wire (HIV wire) 75°C product
(Example according to IEC/EN60204-1, UL508C)
<MDS-DM-V3 Series>
TE1
(U, V, W,
Unit type
Servo drive MDS-DM-V3-202020
unit
MDS-DM-V3-404040
6-2
mm2
)
AWG
2
14
Terminal name
TE2
(L+, L-)
AWG
mm2
Match with TE2 of selected
power supply unit
TE3
(L11, L21)
mm2
AWG
2
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6-1 Selection of wire
<MDS-DM-SPV Series>
Unit type
Drive unit
(3)
MDS-DM-SPV3F-10080
MDS-DM-SPV3F-16080
MDS-DM-SPV3F-20080
MDS-DM-SPV3F-200120
MDS-DM-SPV2F-10080
MDS-DM-SPV2F-16080
MDS-DM-SPV2F-20080
Terminal name
TE1
CN31L/M/S
(U, V, W)
(U,V,W,PE)
AWG
mm2
mm2
mm2
TE1
(L1, L2, L3)
AWG
mm2
22
5.5
8
14
14
5.5
8
14
4
10
8
6
6
10
8
6
3.5
CN22
(VDD.SG)
AWG
mm2
12
2
14
600V bridge polyethylene insulated wire (IC) 105 °C product
(Example according to JEAC8001)
<MDS-DM-V3 Series>
TE1
(U, V, W,
Unit type
MDS-DM-V3-202020
MDS-DM-V3-404040
Servo drive
unit
mm2
)
AWG
2
14
Terminal name
TE2
(L+, L-)
AWG
mm2
Match with TE2 of selected
power supply unit
TE3
(L11, L21)
mm2
AWG
1.25 to 2
16 to 14
<MDS-DM-SPV Series>
Unit type
Drive unit
MDS-DM-SPV3F-10080
MDS-DM-SPV3F-16080
MDS-DM-SPV3F-20080
MDS-DM-SPV3F-200120
MDS-DM-SPV2F-10080
MDS-DM-SPV2F-16080
MDS-DM-SPV2F-20080
TE1
(L1, L2, L3)
AWG
mm2
14
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Terminal name
TE1
CN31L/M/S
(U, V, W)
(U,V,W,PE)
AWG
mm2
mm2
mm2
3.5
5.5
14
14
3.5
5.5
14
12
10
6
6
12
10
6
2
14
CN22
(VDD.SG)
AWG
mm2
1.25
16
1. Selection conditions follow IEC/EN60204-1, UL508C, JEAC8001.
- Ambient temperature is maximum 40°C.
- Cable installed on walls without ducts or conduits.
To use the wire under conditions other than above, check the standards you are supposed
CAUTION
to follow.
2. The maximum wiring length to the motor is 30m.
If the wiring distance between the drive unit and motor is 20m or longer, use a thick wire so
that the cable voltage drop is 2% or less.
3. Always wire the grounding wire.
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6-2 Selection of circuit protector and contactor
Always select the circuit protector and contactor properly, and install them to each power supply unit to prevent disasters.
6-2-1 Selection of circuit protector
Calculate a circuit protector selection current from the rated output and the nominal input voltage (voltage supplied to the
power supply unit) as in the expression below. And then select the minimum capacity circuit protector whose rated current
meets the circuit protector selection current.
Circuit protector selection current [A] =
(Circuit protector selection current for 200V input [A] / Nominal input voltage [V]) × 200 [V]
Selection of circuit protector for 200V input
Unit type
MDS-D-CVMDS-DM-SPV2F-
37
-
75
-
110
-
MDS-DM-SPV3F-
-
-
-
3.7kW
7.5kW
15A
Rated output
Circuit protector selection current
for 200V input
Selection example of circuit protector
(Mitsubishi Electric Corp.)
Rated current of the selection
example of circuit protector
11kW
185
xxx80
xxx80
200120
18.5kW
300
-
370
-
450
-
550
-
-
-
-
-
30kW
37kW
45kW
55kW
31A
45A
76A
124A
153A
186A
224A
NF63CW3P20A
NF63CW3P40A
NF63CW3P50A
NF125CW3P100A
NF250CW3P125A
NF250CW3P175A
NF250CW3P200A
NF250CW3P225A
20A
40A
50A
100A
125A
175A
200A
225A
Option part: A circuit protector is not prepared as an NC unit accessory, so purchase the part from your dealer, etc.
(Example)
Select a circuit protector for using the MDS-D-CV-110 with a 220V nominal input voltage.
Circuit protector selection current = 45/220 × 200 = 40.9[A]
According to the table above, select "NF63-CW3P-50A".
1. It is dangerous to share a circuit protector for multiple power supply units, so do not share
it. Always install the circuit protectors for each power supply unit.
CAUTION
2. If the control power (L11, L21) must be protected, select according to the section "6-4-1
Circuit protector ".
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6-2 Selection of circuit protector and contactor
6-2-2 Selection of contactor
Select the contactor selection current that is calculated from the rated output and the nominal input voltage (voltage supplied
to the power supply unit) as in the expression below. And then select the contactor whose conventional free-air thermal
current meets the contactor selection current.
(1) For power supply
Contactor selection current [A]=
(Contactor selection current for 200V input [A] / Nominal input voltage [V]) × 200 [V]
Selection of contactor for 200V input
Unit type
MDS-D-CVMDS-DM-SPV2F-
37
-
MDS-DM-SPV3FRated output
Contactor selection current
for 200V input
Selection example of contactor
(Mitsubishi Electric Corp.
Conventional freeair thermal current of
the selection example of contactor
75
-
110
-
-
-
-
3.7kW
7.5kW
11kW
185
xxx80
xxx80
200120
18.5kW
300
-
370
-
450
-
550
-
15A
31A
45A
76A
124A
153A
186A
224A
S-N12
-AC200V
S-N25
-AC200V
S-N25
-AC200V
S-N65
-AC200V
S-N80
-AC200V
S-N150
-AC200V
S-N150
-AC200V
S-N180
-AC200V
20A
50A
50A
100A
135A
200A
200A
260A
-
-
-
-
30kW
37kW
45kW
55kW
Option part: A contactor is not prepared as an NC unit accessory, so purchase the part from your dealer, etc.
(Example)
Select a contactor for using the MDS-D-CV-110 with a 220V nominal input voltage.
Contactor selection current = 45/220 × 200 = 40.9[A]
According to the table above, select "S-N25-AC200V".
(2) For spindle coil changeover
< Example of selecting a contactor for the coil changeover
(Use a same contactor regardless of low-speed coil or high-speed coil) >
Unit type
MDS-DM-SPV2/SPV2F-10080
MDS-DM-SPV3/SPV3F-10080
MDS-DM-SPV2/SPV2F-16080
MDS-DM-SPV3/SPV3F-16080
MDS-DM-SPV2/SPV2F-20080
MDS-DM-SPV3/SPV3F-20080
Contactor type
S-N25
S-N35
S-N65
1. Use an alternating contactor.
POINT
2. If the contactor selection current is 20A or less, select the S-N12 product for the contactor.
3. Select a contactor whose excitation coil does not operate at 15mA or less.
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6-3 Selection of earth leakage breaker
When installing an earth leakage breaker, select the breaker on the following basis to prevent the breaker from malfunctioning
by the higher frequency earth leakage current generated in the servo or spindle drive unit.
(1) Selection
Obtaining the earth leakage current for all drive units referring to the following table, select an earth leakage breaker
within the "rated non-operation sensitivity current".
Usually use an earth leakage breaker for inverter products that function at a leakage current within the commercial
frequency range (50 to 60Hz).
If a product sensitive to higher frequencies is used, the breaker could malfunction at a level less than the maximum earth
leakage current value.
Earth leakage current for each unit
Unit
MDS-DM-V3 Series
MDS-DM-SPV3F Series
MDS-DM-SPV2F Series
(Note1)
(Note2)
Earth leakage current
3mA
9mA
8mA
Maximum earth leakage current
6mA
21mA
19mA
Maximum earth leakage current: Value that considers wiring length and grounding, etc.(Commercial
frequency 50/60Hz)
The earth leakage current in the power supply unit side is included in the drive unit side.
(2) Measurement of earth leakage current
When actually measuring the earth leakage current, use a product that is not easily affected by the higher frequency
earth leakage current. The measurement range should be 50 to 60Hz.
1. The earth leakage current tends to increase as the motor capacity increases.
2. A higher frequency earth leakage current will always be generated because the inverter
POINT
circuit in the drive unit switches the transistor at high speed. Always ground to reduce the
higher frequency earth leakage current as much as possible.
3. An earth leakage current containing higher frequency may reach approx. several hundreds
of mA. According to IEC479-2, this level is not hazardous to the human body.
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6-4 Branch-circuit protection (for control power supply)
6-4 Branch-circuit protection (for control power supply)
6-4-1 Circuit protector (for MDS-DM-V3)
This breaker is used to switch the control power and to provide overload and short-circuit protection.
When connecting a circuit protector to the power input (TE3 terminals L11 and L21) for the control circuit, use a product that
does not trip (incorrectly activate) by a rush current when the power is turned ON. A circuit protector with inertial delay is
available to prevent unnecessary tripping. Select the product to be used according to the machine specifications.
The rush current and rush conductivity time differ according to the power impedance and power ON timing, so select a
product that does not trip even under the conditions listed in the following table.
I [A]
Rush conductivity time:
Time to reach 36.8% of rush current Ip,
equivalent to breaker operation characteristics operation time.
Rush current: Ip = 30A
(per 1 unit)
36.8%
t [ms]
Time
constant: T = 9ms
Note) Rush current of MDS-D-37/75 is 38A.
When collectively protecting the control circuit power for multiple units, select a circuit
POINT
protector that satisfies the total sum of the rush current Ip.
The largest value is used for the rush conductivity time T.
6-4-2 Fuse protection (for MDS-DM-V3)
The fuse of branch-circuit protection must use UL class CC, J or T. In the selection, please consider rush current and rush
conductive time.
Selection of branch-circuit protection fuse
Connected total of unit
1-4
5-8
CAUTION
Fuse (Class CC)
Rated [V]
Current [A]
20
600
35
Wire Size
AWG
16 to 14
For continued protection against risk of fire, replace only with same type 600 V, 20 or 35 A
(UL CLASS CC) fuse.
Before replacing fuse, confirm all power controlling the drive system is shut-OFF. Be sure to
WARNING
look out the power source to prevent the power from being turned ON while maintenance is
being performed.
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6-5 Noise filter
(1) Selection
Use an EMC noise filter if the noise conducted to the power line must be reduced. Select an EMC noise filter taking the
power supply unit's input rated voltage and input rated current into consideration.
(2) Noise filter mounting position
Install the noise filter to the power supply unit's power input as the diagram below indicates.
Power
distribution panel
AC reactor
Breaker
Power
supply
(Note)
Noise filter
Contactor
R
S
T
Power supply unit
MDS-D-CV
The noise filter must be prepared by the user.
Recommended devices:
Densei-lambda MX13 Series
Soshin Electric HF3000C-TM Series
Contact:
Densei-lambda Co., Ltd. Telephone: 0120-507039 http://www.densei-lambda.com
Soshin Electric Co., Ltd. Telephone: 03-3775-9112 (+81-3-3775-9112) http://www.soshin.co.jp
(Note)
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The above devices may be changed at the manufacturer's discretion.
Contact each manufacturer for more information.
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6-6 Surge absorber
6-6 Surge absorber
When controlling a magnetic brake of a servomotor in DC OFF circuit, a surge absorber must be installed to protect the relay
contacts and brakes. Commonly a varistor is used.
(1)
Selection of varistor
When a varistor is installed in parallel with the coil, the surge voltage can be adsorbed as heat to protect a circuit.
Commonly a 120V product is applied. When the brake operation time is delayed, use a 220V product. Always confirm
the operation with an actual machine.
(2) Specifications
Select a varistor with the following or equivalent specifications. To prevent short-circuiting, attach a flame resistant
insulation tube, etc., onto the leads as shown in the following outline dimension drawing.
Varistor specifications
Varistor type
Varistor
voltage
rating
(range)
(V)
ERZV10D121
TND10V-121K
ERZV10D221
TND10V-221K
120
(108 to 132)
220
(198 to 242)
Rating
Power
Max. limit
voltage
Electrosta
tic
capacity
(reference
value)
2ms
(W)
(V)
(pF)
20
14.5
0.4
200
1400
39
27.5
0.4
360
410
Tolerable circuit
voltage
Surge current
withstand level
(A)
Energy
withstand level
(J)
AC(V)
DC(V)
1 time
2 times
10/
1000μs
75
100
3500
2500
140
180
3500
2500
(Note 1) Selection condition: When ON/OFF frequency is 10 times/min or less, and exciting current is 2A or less
(Note 2) ERZV10D121 and ERZV10D221 are manufactured by Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
TNR10V121K and TNR10V221K are manufactured by MARCON Electronics Co., Ltd.
Contact: Matsushita Electronic Components Co., Ltd: http://www.panasonic.co.jp/ maco/
MARCON Electronics Co., Ltd. Telephone:
(Kanto) 03-3471-7041 (+81-3-3471-7041)
(Kinki) 06-6364-2381 (+81-3-6364-2381)
(Chubu) 052-581-2595 (+81-52-581-2595)
(3)
Outline dimension drawing
ERZV10D121, ERZV10D221
11.5
20.0
Insulation tube
[Unit:mm]
Normally use a product with 120V varistor voltage. If there is no allowance for the brake
POINT
operation time, use the 220V product. A varistor whose voltage exceeds 220V cannot be used,
as such varistor will exceed the specifications of the relay in the unit.
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6-7 Relay
CN9 connector is equipped with 24V input/output circuit for the control of external devices and the control by an external
signal.
Set the relevant parameters and use them with care for the wiring since some signals are changeover type, which can be
switched over by parameters. Refer to the description of each function in relevant sections for details on the function
specifications and settings.
Input condition
Switch ON
18VDC to 25.2VDC
4.3mA or more
Switch OFF
4VDC or less
2mA or less
Output voltage
Tolerable output
current Io
Output condition
24VDC ± 5%
50mA or less
For a switch or relay to be wired, use a switch or relay that satisfies the input/output (voltage, current) conditions.
Interface name
Selection example
Use a minute signal switch which is stably contacted and operated even with
low voltage or current
<Example> OMRON: G2A, G6B type, MY type, LY type
Use a compact relay operated with rating of 24VDC, 50mA or less.
<Example> OMROM: G6B type, MY type
For digital input signal
(CN9,CN9B/CN9A)
For digital output signal
(CN9,CN9B/CN9A)
<MDS-DM-V3 Series>
Input circuit
Output circuit
CN9 connector
24V
24V
DI1
13
4.1k
Relay, etc.
8
MPO1
D01
DICOM
20
18
MPO2
(1)
D02
Servo drive unit
16
MPO3
D03
10
24G
(2)
Servo drive unit
The part indicated by the "
prepared by the user.
(Note)
" must be
Do not connect "(1)" or "(2)".
If a ground of the external 24V power is same as the 24V power in the drive unit, a fault or abnormal operation
could occur.
Input/output signal of MDS-DM-V3 Series (CN9 connector)
Device name
Connector
pin No.
Servo input signal
MPI1
CN9-13
Servo output signal
MPO1
MPO2
MPO3
CN9-8
CN9-18
CN9-16
6 - 10
Signal name
Safety observation function door state signal
Battery box voltage drop signal
(Reservation)
Servo specified speed signal
(Reservation)
Signal changeover parameter
SV082/bitF-C=1
SV082/bitF-C=2
SV082/bit9,8=01
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<MDS-DM-SPV Series>
Input circuit
Output circuit
CN9B connector
CN9B connector/CN9A connector
24V
24V
4.1k
13/2/3
CN9B/CN9A
Relay, etc.
8
DICOM
20
18
(1)
Drive unit
16
CN9A connector
24V
13/2/3
4.1k
10
24G
(2)
DICOM
20
Servo/spindle
drive unit
(1)
Drive unit
The part indicated by the "
prepared by the user.
(Note)
" must be
Do not connect "(1)" or "(2)".
If a ground of the external 24V power is same as the 24V power in the drive unit, a fault or abnormal operation
could occur.
Input/output signal of MDS-DM-SPV Series (CN9A,CN9B connector)
Device name
Connector
pin No.
MPI1
CN9B-13
MPI2
MPI3
MPO1
MPO2
MPO3
CN9A-2
CN9A-3
CN9B-8
CN9A-8
CN9A-18
Servo input signal
Servo output signal
Signal name
Safety observation function door
state signal
Battery box voltage drop signal
(Reservation)
(Reservation)
Motor brake control signal
Servo specified speed signal
(Reservation)
Signal changeover parameter
SV082/bitF-C=1
SV082/bitF-C=2
SV082/bit9,8=01
Input/output signal of MDS-DM-SPV Series (CN9A,CN9B connector)
Device name
Connector
pin No.
MPI1
CN9B-2
MPI2
MPI3
MPO1
MPO2
MPO3
CN9A-13
CN9B-3
CN9B-18
CN9B-16
CN9A-16
Spindle input signal
Spindle output signal
Signal name
Safety observation function door
state signal
Proximity switch signal
(Reservation)
External emergency stop signal
Coil changeover signal
Spindle specified speed signal
Contactor control signal
Signal changeover parameter
SP227/bitF-C=1
SP227/bitF-C=2
SP032/bit7-0=59
SP229/bitC=1
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7-1 Selection of the servomotor
7-1-1 Outline
It is important to select a servomotor matched to the purpose of the machine that will be installed. If the servomotor and
machine to be installed do not match, the motor performance cannot be fully realized, and it will also be difficult to adjust the
parameters. Be sure to understand the servomotor characteristics in this chapter to select the correct motor.
(1) Motor inertia
The servomotor series is mainly categorized according to the motor inertia size. The features in Table 7-1 are provided
according to the motor inertia size.
Table 7-1 Motor inertia
Motor model
Motor series
Inertia
Acceleration/
deceleration
Installation
Disturbance
characteristics
Speed
fluctuation
Suitability
Medium inertia motor
HF series
The flange size is large.
The inertia is comparatively large.
The acceleration/deceleration time constant does not
change much even for a low inertia load.
The effect of the motor inertia is large.
The motor size in respect to the output capacity is
large, and the installation space is large.
Low inertia motor
HF-KP series
The flange size is small.
The inertia is small.
Acceleration/deceleration is possible with a short time
constant in respect to low inertia loads.
The effect of the motor inertia is small.
The motor size in respect to the output capacity is
small, and the installation space is smaller.
The effect of disturbance is small.
The effect of disturbance is large.
The effect of the torque ripple and cogging torque is
small, and speed fluctuation does not occur easily.
Suitable for high precision interpolation control.
The effect of the torque ripple and cogging torque is
large, and speed fluctuation occurs easily.
Suitable for high speed high frequency positioning.
Select a medium inertia motor when interpolation precision is required, or for machines having a large load inertia. Select
a low inertia motor when a shorter positioning time is required by machines having a small amount of inertia. In general,
use a medium inertia motor for basic feed axis of machine tools, and use a low inertia motor for machine tool auxiliary
axes, peripheral axes, and general industrial machine positioning.
The servomotor has an optimum load inertia scale. If the load inertia exceeds the optimum range, the control becomes
unstable and the servo parameters become difficult to adjust. When the load inertia is too large, decelerate with the
gears (The motor axis conversion load inertia is proportional to the square of the deceleration ratio.), or change to a
motor with a large inertia.
(2) Rated speed
Even with motors having the same capacity, the rated speed will differ according to the motor.
The motor's rated output is designed to be generated at the rated speed, and the output P (W) is expressed with
expression (7-1). Thus, even when the motors have the same capacity, the rated torque will differ according to the rated
speed.
P = 2πNT (W)
---(7-1)
N: Motor speed (1/sec)
T: Output torque (N.m)
In other words, even with motors having the same capacities, the one with the lower rated speed will generate a larger
torque. If generated torque is the same, the drive unit capacity can be downsized. When actually mounted on the
machine, if the positioning distance is short and the motor cannot reach the maximum speed, the motor with the lower
rated speed will have a shorter positioning time. When selecting the motor, consider the axis stroke and usage methods,
and select the motor with the optimum rated speed.
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7-1 Selection of the servomotor
7-1-2 Selection of servomotor capacity
The following three elements are used to determine the servomotor capacity.
1. Load inertia ratio
2. Short time characteristics (acceleration/deceleration torque)
3. Continuous characteristics (continuous effective load torque)
Carry out appropriate measures, such as increasing the motor capacity, if any of the above conditions is not fulfilled.
(1)
Load inertia ratio
Each servomotor has an appropriate load inertia ratio (load inertia/motor inertia). The control becomes unstable when
the load inertia ratio is too large, and the servo parameter adjustment becomes difficult. It becomes difficult to improve
the surface precision in the feed axis, and the positioning time cannot be shortened in the positioning axis because the
settling time is longer.
If the load inertia ratio exceeds the recommended value in the servo specifications list, increase the motor capacity, and
select so that the load inertia ratio is within the recommended range.
Note that the recommended value for the load inertia ratio is strictly one guideline. This does not mean that controlling of
the load with inertia exceeding the recommended value is impossible.
1. When selecting feed axis servomotors for NC unit machine tools, place importance on the
surface precision during machining. To do this, always select a servomotor with a load
inertia ratio within the recommended value. Select the lowest value possible within that
POINT
range.
2. The load inertia ratio for the motor with brakes must be judged based on the motor inertia
for the motor without brakes.
(2)
Short time characteristics
In addition to the continuous operation range, the servomotor has the short time operation range that can be used only in
a short time such as acceleration/deceleration. This range is expressed by the maximum torque and the torque
characteristics. The maximum torque or the torque characteristics differ according to each motor, so confirm the
specifications in section "2-1 Servomotor".
The torque required for the servomotor’s acceleration/deceleration differs according to the CNC’s command pattern or
the servo’s position control method.
Determine the required maximum motor torque from the following expression, and select the servomotor capacity.
(a)
Selection with the maximum torque characteristics
In a low-speed rotation range (approximately less than half of the servomotor maximum speed), the linear
acceleration/deceleration time constant "ta" that can be driven depends on the motor maximum torque. That can be
approximated from the machine specifications using the expression (7-2).
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ta =
1.05™10 ™(JL/η+JM)™N
(0.8™TMAX-TL)
(ms)
••• (7-2)
N
JL
: Motor reach speed
(r/min)
: Motor shaft conversion load inertia
(kg•cm2)
JM
: Motor inertia
(kg•cm2)
η
TMAX
: Drive system efficiency (Normally 0.8 to 0.95)
: Maximum motor torque
(N•m)
TL
: Motor shaft conversion load (friction, unbalance) torque
(N•m)
Using the approximate linear acceleration/deceleration time constant "ta" calculated above, confirm the torque
characteristics of the high-speed rotation range in the CNC’s command pattern or the servo’s position control
method.
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(b) Approximation when using the NC command linear acceleration/deceleration pattern + servo standard position
control
This is a normal command pattern or servo standard position control method.
Using the expression (7-3) and (7-4), approximate the maximum torque "Ta1" and maximum torque occurrence
speed "Nm" required for this acceleration/deceleration pattern.
Ta1 =
-Kp˜ta
1000
˜(1- e
ta
Nm =N˜{1-
1000 ˜(1- e-Kp˜ta
1000 )}
Kp˜ta
N
JL
(r/min)
(N.m)
••• (7-3)
•••(7-4)
: Motor reach speed
(r/min)
: Motor shaft conversion load inertia
(kg•cm2)
JM
: Motor inertia
(kg•cm2)
η
TMAX
: Drive system efficiency (Normally 0.8 to 0.95)
: Maximum motor torque
: Motor shaft conversion load (friction, unbalance)
torque
TL
Motor speed
(r/min)
)+TL
(N•m)
(N•m)
NC command
N
Nm
Motor actual speed
0
Motor
acceleration
ta
Time (ms)
Motor
torque
Speed most required
for the motor torque
Ac
Motor acceleration
Ta 1
TL
0
ta
0
Time (ms)
Nm
N
Motor speed
(r/min)
Fig.1 Speed, acceleration and torque characteristics when using the NC command linear
acceleration/deceleration pattern + servo standard position control
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(c)
Approximation when using the NC command linear acceleration/deceleration pattern + servo SHG control (option)
This is a servo’s position control method to achieve a normal command pattern and high precision. SHG control
improves the position loop gain by stably controlling a delay of the position loop in the servo system. This allows the
settling time to be reduced and a high precision to be achieved.
Using the expression (7-5) and (7-6), approximate the maximum torque "Ta1" and maximum torque occurrence
speed "Nm" required for this acceleration/deceleration pattern.
Ta1 =
Nm =N˜{1-
Motor speed
㧔r/min 㧕
-2˜Kp˜ta
1000
˜(1- 0.586˜e
ta
-2˜Kp˜ta
1000
˜(1-1.5˜e 1000 )}
1.3˜Kp˜ta
)+TL
(r/min)
(N.m)
••• (7-5)
••• (7-6)
N
JL
: Motor reach speed
(r/min)
: Motor shaft conversion load inertia
(kg•cm2)
JM
: Motor inertia
(kg•cm2)
η
TMAX
: Drive system efficiency (Normally 0.8 to 0.95)
: Maximum motor torque
(N•m)
TL
: Motor shaft conversion load (friction, unbalance) torque
(N•m)
NC command
N
Nm
Motor actual speed
0
ta
Motor
acceleration
Time (ms)
Ac
Motor
torque
Speed most required
for the motor torque
Ta 1
Motor acceleration
TL
0
ta
0
Time (ms)
Nm
N
Motor speed
(r/min)
Fig.2 Speed, acceleration and torque characteristics when using the NC command linear
acceleration/deceleration pattern + servo SHG control
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(d) Approximation when using the NC command soft acceleration/deceleration pattern + feed forward (highspeed accuracy) control
If the feed forward amount is set properly, the delay of the servo position loop is guaranteed. Therefore, this
command acceleration pattern can be approximated to the NC command and does not depend on the servo
position control method.
Using the expression (7-7) and (7-8), approximate the maximum torque "Ta1" and maximum torque occurrence
speed "Nm" required for this acceleration/deceleration pattern.
-2
1.05™10 ™(JL/η+JM)™N
+TL
ta
Ta1 =
Nm =N™(1-
Motor speed
tb
1
™
ta
2
(N.m)
••• (7-7)
(r/min) ••• (7-8)
ta
tb
Kp
N
JL
: Linear acceleration/deceleration time constant
: Acceleration/deceleration time constant
: Position loop gain
: Motor reach speed
(ms)
(ms)
(rad/sec)
(r/min)
: Motor shaft conversion load inertia
(kg•cm2)
JM
: Motor inertia
(kg•cm2)
η
TL
: Drive system efficiency (Normally 0.8 to 0.95)
: Motor shaft conversion load (friction, unbalance) torque
(N•m)
NC commandѳMotor actual speed
㧔r/min 㧕
N
Nm
0
ta
ta+tb
Motor
acceleration
Time (ms)
Ac
Motor
torque
Speed most required
for the motor torque
Ta 1
TL
0
tb
ta ta+ tb
0
Time (ms)
Nm
N
Motor speed
(r/min)
Fig 3. Speed, acceleration and torque characteristic when using the NC command soft
acceleration/deceleration pattern + feed forward (high-speed accuracy) control
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Confirmation in the torque characteristics
Confirm whether the maximum torque "Ta1" and maximum torque occurrence speed "Nm" required for this
acceleration/deceleration pattern calculated in the item "(b)" to "(d)" are in the short time operation range of the
torque characteristics.
Motor maximum torque
100
Required maximum torque: Ta 1
Required maximum torque occurrence speed: Nm
80
High-speed rotation range
torque characteristic
Torque [N ࡮m]
(e)
60
Short time operation range
40
20
Continuous operation range
0
0
2000
4000
Rotation speed [r/min]
Motor torque characteristics
If they are not in the short time operation range, return to the item "(b)" to "(d)" and make the linear acceleration/
deceleration time constant "ta" large.
If the acceleration specification cannot be changed (the linear acceleration/deceleration time constant cannot be
increased), reconsider the selection, such as increasing the motor capacity.
1. In selecting the maximum torque "Ta1" required for this acceleration/deceleration pattern,
the measure of it is 80% of the motor maximum torque "TMAX "
2. In high-speed rotation range, confirm that the maximum torque "Ta1" and maximum torque
occurrence speed "Nm" required for this acceleration/deceleration is in the short time
operation range.
POINT
3. The drive system efficiency is normally approx. 0.95 in the ball screw mechanism and
approx. 0.8 in the gear mechanism
4. For the torque characteristics in the motor high-speed rotation range, the AC input voltage
is 200V. If the input voltage is low or if the power wire connecting the servomotor and drive
unit is long (20m length), the short time operation range is limited. In this case, an
allowance must be provided for the selection of the high-speed rotation range.
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(3) Continuous characteristics
A typical operation pattern is assumed, and the motor's continuous effective load torque (Trms) is calculated from the
motor shaft conversion and load torque. If numbers <1> to <8> in the following drawing were considered a one cycle
operation pattern, the continuous effective load torque is obtained from the root mean square of the torque during each
operation, as shown in the expression (7-9).
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
Motor
speed 0
T1
T7
T4
T2
Motor 0
torque
T3
T6
T8
Time
T5
t1
t2
t3
t4
t5
t6
t7
t8
t0
Fig. 1 Continuous operation pattern
2
Trms =
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
T1 ·t1+T2 ·t2+T3 ·t3+T4 ·t4+T5 ·t5+T6 ·t6+T7 ·t7+T8 ·t8
t0
••• (7-9)
Select a motor so that the continuous effective load torque Trms is 80% or less of the motor stall torque Tst.
Trms ≦ 0.8•Tst ••• (7-10)
The amount of acceleration torque (Ta) shown in tables 7-3 and 7-4 is the torque to accelerate the load inertia in a
frictionless state. It can be calculated by the expression (7-11). (For linear acceleration/deceleration)
-2
Ta =
N
JL
JM
ta
η
1.05™10 ™(JL/η+JM)™N
ta
: Motor reach speed
: Motor shaft conversion load inertia
: Motor inertia
: Linear acceleration/deceleration time constant
: Drive system efficiency (Normally 0.8 to 0.95)
(N.m) ••• (7-11)
(r/min)
(kg•cm2)
(kg•cm2)
(ms)
For an unbalance axis, select a motor so that the motor shaft conversion load torque (friction torque + unbalance torque)
is 60% or less of the stall.
TL ≦ 0.6•Tst ••• (7-12)
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7-1 Selection of the servomotor
(a) Horizontal axis load torque
When operations [1] to [8] are for a horizontal axis, calculate so that the following torques are required in each period.
Period
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
Table 7-3 Load torques of horizontal axes
Load torque calculation method
Explanation
Normally the acceleration/deceleration time
(Amount of acceleration torque) + (Kinetic friction torque)
constant is calculated so that this torque is 80% of
the maximum torque of the motor.
(Kinetic friction torque)
The absolute value of the acceleration torque
amount is same as the one of the deceleration
(Amount of deceleration torque) + (Kinetic friction torque)
torque amount. The signs for the amount of
acceleration torque and amount of deceleration
torque are reversed.
Calculate so that the static friction torque is always
(Static friction torque)
required during a stop.
The signs are reversed with period <1> when the
- (Amount of acceleration torque) - (Kinetic friction torque)
kinetic friction does not change according to
movement direction.
The signs are reversed with period <2> when the
- (Kinetic friction torque)
kinetic friction does not change according to
movement direction.
The signs are reversed with period <3> when the
- (Amount of deceleration torque) - (Kinetic friction torque)
kinetic friction does not change according to
movement direction.
Calculate so that the static friction torque is always
- (Static friction torque)
required during a stop.
(b) Unbalance axis load torque
When operations [1] to [8] are for an unbalance axis, calculate so that the following torques are required in each period.
Note that the forward speed shall be an upward movement.
Period
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
Table 7-4 Load torques of unbalance axes
Load torque calculation method
Explanation
Normally the acceleration/deceleration time
(Amount of acceleration torque) + (Kinetic friction torque) +
constant is calculated so that this torque is 80% of
(Unbalance torque)
the maximum torque of the motor.
(Kinetic friction torque) + (Unbalance torque)
The absolute value of the acceleration torque
amount is same as the one of the deceleration
(Amount of deceleration torque) + (Kinetic friction torque) +
torque amount. The signs for the amount of
(Unbalance torque)
acceleration torque and amount of deceleration
torque are reversed.
The holding torque during a stop becomes fairly
(Static friction torque) + (Unbalance torque)
large. (Upward stop)
- (Amount of acceleration torque) - (Kinetic friction torque)
+ (Unbalance torque)
The generated torque may be in the reverse of the
- (Kinetic friction torque) + (Unbalance torque)
movement direction, depending on the size of the
unbalance torque.
- (Amount of deceleration torque) - (Kinetic friction torque)
+ (Unbalance torque)
The holding torque becomes smaller than the
- (Static friction torque) + (Unbalance torque)
upward stop. (Downward stop)
During a stop, the static friction torque may constantly be applied. The static friction torque
POINT
and unbalance torque may be applied during an unbalance axis upward stop, and the torque
during a stop may become extremely large. Therefore, caution is advised.
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7-1-3 Motor shaft conversion load torque
The calculation method for a representative load torque is shown.
Type
Mechanism
Calculation expression
TL =
F.ΔS
.( V ) =
3
™10 πη
™10 πη N
F
3
TL:Load torque (N•m)
F:Force in axial direction of the machine that moves linearly (N)
Z1
Fc
ǯ
Linear
movement
Servomotor
F0
Z2
W
η: Drive system efficiency
V:Speed of object that moves linearly (mm/min)
N:Motor speed (r/min)
ΔS:Object movement amount per motor rotation (mm)
Z1,Z2:Deceleration ratio
F in the above expression is obtained from the expression below when
the table is moved as shown on the left.
F=Fc+μ (W•g+F0)
Fc:Force applied on axial direction of moving section (N)
F0:Tightening force on inner surface of table guide (N)
W:Total mass of moving section (kg)
g:Gravitational acceleration = 9.8 (m/s2)
μ:Friction coefficient
TL0
TL =
1 . 1 .
Z1 . 1 .
TL0+TF =
TL0+TF
n η
Z2 η
TL:Load torque (N•m)
Rotary
movement
TL0:Load torque on load shaft (N•m)
Z1
TF:Motor shaft conversion load friction torque (N•m)
Z2
Servomotor
η:Drive system efficiency
Z1,Z2:Deceleration ratio
n:Deceleration ratio
When rising TL=TU+TF When lowering
TL:Load torque (N•m)
TU:Unbalanced torque (N•m)
TF:Friction torque on moving section (N•m)
Servomotor
TU =
1/n
TF =
Vertical
movement
Counterweight
Load
W2
W1
(W1-W2).g
.( V ) =
™10 πη N
3
TL= -TU•η2+TF
(W1-W2).g.ΔS
3
™10 πη
μ.(W1+W2).g.ΔS
3
™10 πη
W1:Load mass (kg)
W2:Counterweight mass (kg)
η: Drive system efficiency
g:Gravitational acceleration = 9.8 (m/s2)
V:Speed of object that moves linearly (mm/min)
N:Motor speed (r/min)
ΔS:Object movement amount per motor rotation (mm)
μ:Friction coefficient
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MDS-DM Series Specifications Manual
7-1 Selection of the servomotor
7-1-4 Expressions for load inertia calculation
The calculation method for a representative load inertia is shown.
Type
Mechanism
Calculation expression
Rotary shaft is cylinder center
ǾD1.
ǾD2.
JL =
.(D14-D24) = 9 .(D12+D22)
TL:Load inertia (kg•cm2)
ρ: Density of cylinder material (kg/cm3)
L:Length of cylinder (cm)
D1:Outer diameter of cylinder (cm)
D2:Inner diameter of cylinder (cm)
W:Mass of cylinder (kg)
<Reference data (Material densities)>
Cylinder
Rotary shaft
Iron:7.80 × 10-3(kg/cm3)
Aluminum:2.70 × 10-3(kg/cm3)
Copper:8.96 × 10-3(kg/cm3)
When rotary shaft and cylinder
shaft are deviated
R
JL =
JL:Load inertia (kg•cm2)
W:Mass of cylinder (kg)
D:Outer diameter of cylinder (cm)
R:Distance between rotary axis and cylinder axis (cm)
D
Rotary shaft
2
R
Column
JL = W(
b
a
2
2
a +b
+R )
b
JL: Load inertia (kg•cm2)
W:Mass of cylinder (kg)
a,b,R:Left diagram (cm)
a
Rotary shaft
JL = W(
N
V
Object that moves
linearly
W. 2
2
(D +8R )
8
Servo
motor
ΔS 2
1 . V 2
) = W(
)
20π
2πN 10
JL:Load inertia (kg•cm2)
W:Mass of object that moves linearly (kg)
N:Motor speed (r/min)
V:Speed of object that moves linearly (mm/min)
W
ΔS:Object movement amount per motor rotation (mm)
JL = W(
D
JL:Load inertia (kg•cm2)
W:Object mass (kg)
D:Diameter of pulley (cm)
Suspended object
Jp:Inertia of pulley (kg•cm2)
W
N3
Load B
JB
N2 2
N3 2
JL = J11+(J21+J22+JA).( ) +(J+JB).( )
N1
N1
J31
J21
Converted load
D 2
) +Jp
2
JL:Load inertia (kg•cm2)
Servo
motor
J22
N1
N1
J11
Load A
JA
N2
JA,JB:Inertia of load A, B (kg•cm2)
J11~J31:Inertia (kg•cm2)
N1~N3:Each shaft’s speed (r/min)
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7-2 Selection of the spindle motor
(1) Calculation of average output for spindle
In the machine which carries out the spindle’s acceleration/deceleration frequently (example: tapping center), short-time
rating is frequently used, and a rise in temperature become significant on the spindle motor or drive unit. Thus, calculate
the average output (PAV) from one cycle operation pattern and confirm that the calculated value is less than the
continuous rating output of the selected spindle motor.
[1]
[2]
P1
Cutting
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
Motor
speed 0
Acceleration
P7
P2
Motor 0
torque
Deceleration
P4
Deceleration
Stop
Acceleration
P3
t1
t2
t3
t4
P8
Time
Stop
P6
P5
Cutting
t5
t6
t7
Output during
acceleration/deceleration(kw)
=Short-time rating ×1.2
t8
t0
Continuous operation pattern (example)
2
PAV =
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
P1 ·t 1+P2 ·t2 +P3 ·t3 +P4 ·t4 +P5 ·t5 +P6 ·t6 +P7 ·t7 +P8 ·t8
t0
P1 to P8
t1 to t8
t0
:Output
:Time
:One cycle operation time
Continuous rated output ≧ One cycle operation pattern average output (PAV)
1. Calculate acceleration/deceleration time by the accurate load inertia because even if the
rotation speed is the same, acceleration/deceleration time varies with a tool or workpiece
mounted to the spindle.
Refer to the section "Adjusting the acceleration/deceleration operation" (1) in Instruction
Manual.
POINT
2. Calculation method of synchronous tapping
The acceleration/deceleration number of times is twice, for forward run and reverse run are
carried out in one machining. The output guideline is 50% of the short-time rating. The time
is tapping time constant.
3. Calculation method of spindle synchronization
The output guideline is 70% of the short-time rating. The time is spindle synchronization
time constant.
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7-3 Selection of the power supply unit
7-3 Selection of the power supply unit
When using MDS-DM-V3 Series, selection of the power supply unit is required.
For the power supply unit, calculate the spindle motor output and servo motor output each, and select the capacity
satisfying the required rated capacity and the maximum momentary output.
7-3-1 Calculation of spindle output
The spindle rated output and spindle maximum momentary rated output are calculated.
(1) Calculation of spindle rated output
The spindle rated output is calculated according to the following procedure.
(a)
Spindle motor rated output
The spindle motor rated output is calculated from the following expression.
Spindle motor rated output =
MAX (continuous rated output, short-time rated output x short-time rated output coefficient α)
(Note) For the spindle motor rated output, use the larger one of "continuous rated output" and "short-time rated
output x short-time rated output coefficient α".
For the spindle short-time rated output coefficient α, use the value in the "table 1.".
Table1. List of short-time rated output time and short-time rated output coefficient
Short-time rated
output time
1 minute
2 minutes
3 minutes
4 minutes
(Note1)
(Note2)
Short-time rated
output coefficient α
0.2
0.4
0.5
0.6
Short-time rated output
time
5 minutes
6 to 7 minutes
8 to 9 minutes
10 minutes or more
Short-time rated
output coefficient α
0.7
0.8
0.9
1.0
Select the set time for the short-time rated output of your spindle motor from the list.
E.g.) When the set time for the short-time rated output is "1/12h", it means "5 minutes".
For the motor with coil changeover specification, select the set time for the short-time rated output of the
high-speed coil.
(b) Spindle rated output
The spindle rated output is calculated from the following expression.
Spindle rated output
=Spindle motor rated output x motor output coefficient β of the combined spindle drive unit
For the spindle motor rated output of the above expression, use the value calculated in (a).
For the motor output coefficient of the combined spindle drive unit, use the value corresponding to the used spindle
drive unit in the table 2.
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Table 2. Motor output coefficient list of combined spindle drive unit
< MDS-D Series >
Spindle motor
rated output
~1.5kW
~2.2kW
~3.7kW
~5.5kW
~7.5kW
~11.0kW
~15.0kW
~18.5kW
~22kW
~26kW
~30kW
~37kW
~45kW
~55kW
20
1.00
-
Combined spindle drive unit
80
160
200
1.25
1.15
1.30
1.05
1.20
1.00
1.10
1.20
1.00
1.15
1.00
1.05
1.00
1.00
-
40
1.15
1.00
1.00
-
MDS-D-SP240
320
1.20
1.10
1.15
1.05
1.10
1.00
1.05
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
-
400
1.10
1.05
1.00
1.00
1.00
-
640
1.15
1.10
1.05
1.05
1.0
1.0
1. When the spindle motor applies to the wide range constant output specification or the hightorque specification, the spindle rated output may become large.
POINT
2. The spindle rated output is calculated from the motor output coefficient of the spindle drive
unit used in combination with the spindle motor.
(2) Calculation of spindle maximum momentary output
The spindle maximum momentary output is calculated from the following expression.
Spindle maximum momentary output
=MAX (short-time rated output x 1.2, output at acceleration/deceleration x 1.2)
(Note)
For the spindle rated output, use the larger one of "short-time rated output x 1.2" and "output at acceleration/
deceleration x 1.2".
7-3-2 Calculation of servo motor output
(1) Selection with rated output
(2) Selection with maximum momentary output
For the rated output and maximum momentary output of the servo motor, use the value corresponding to the servo motor
in the table 3.
Table 3. Data for servo motor output selection
< MDS-DM-V3 Series>
Motor HF
Rated output (kW)
Maximum momentary
output (kW)
75
0.75
105
1.0
54
0.5
104
1.0
154
1.5
123
1.2
223(L,M)
2.1
223(S)
2.2
142
1.4
2.6
3.6
2.3
5.0
8.0
4.0
7.5
7.5
3.8
Motor HF-KP
Rated output (kW)
Maximum momentary
output (kW)
23
0.2
43
0.4
73
0.75
0.72
1.72
2.85
(Note)
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302(L,M) 302(S)
2.2
3.0
7.4
7.4
The maximum momentary output in this table is reference data for selecting the power supply unit and is
not data which guarantees the maximum output.
MDS-DM Series Specifications Manual
7-3 Selection of the power supply unit
7-3-3 Selection of the power supply unit
Select the power supply unit from the total sum of the rate output and the maximum momentary output.
(1)
Calculation of required rated output
(a) When there is only one servomotor axis
Power supply unit rated capacity > Σ (Spindle rated output) + (Servomotor rated output)
(b) When there are two or more servomotor axes
Power supply unit rated capacity > Σ (Spindle rated output) + 0.7 Σ (Servomotor rated output)
Substitute the output calculated from "7-3-1(1)" and "7-3-2(1)" to the expression (a) and (b), and calculate the total sum
of the spindle rated output and servo motor rated output. According to this, select the power supply unit satisfying the
rated capacity from the table 4.
(2)
Calculation of required maximum momentary output
Maximum momentary rated capacity of power supply unit ≧
Σ (Spindle maximum momentary output) + Σ (Maximum momentary output of servomotor
accelerating/ decelerating simultaneously + Maximum momentary output of direct drive motor
accelerating/ decelerating simultaneously)
Substitute the output calculated from "7-3-1(2)" and "7-3-2(2)" to the above expression, and calculate the total sum of the
"spindle maximum momentary output" and "output of servomotor accelerating/ decelerating simultaneously". According
to this, select the power supply unit satisfying the maximum momentary rated capacity from the table 4.
(3)
Selection of power supply unit
Select the power supply unit of which the capacity is larger than that selected in the item (1) and (2).
Table 4. Power supply unit rated capacity and maximum momentary rated capacity
< MDS-D Series >
Unit
MDS-D-CVRated capacity (kW)
Maximum momentary rated capacity (kW)
37
4.2
16
75
8
23
110
11.5
39
185
19
60
300
31
92
370
38
101
450
46
125
550
56
175
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1. When two or more servomotor axes are connected, do the calculation with the largest rated
capacity of the servomotor if a value obtained by multiplying the total sum of the
servomotor rated output by "0.7" is smaller than the largest rated capacity of the
servomotors.
Example: HF Series
(1)For "HF903 (9.0kW) + HF104 (1.0kW)", "0.7 x (9.0 + 1.0) =7.0 < 9.0" is applied.
So, do the calculation with applying "9.0kW" to the total sum of the servomotor's rated
output.
(2)For "HF903 (9.0kW) + HF903 (9.0kW)", "0.7 x (9.0 + 9.0) = 12.6 > 9.0" is applied.
So, do the calculation with applying "12.6kW" to the total sum of the servomotor's rated
output.
Example: HF-H Series
(1)For "HF-H903 (9.0kW) + HF-H104 (1.0kW)", "0.7 x (9.0 + 1.0) =7.0 < 9.0" is applied.
So, do the calculation with applying "9.0kW" to the total sum of the servomotor's rated
output.
CAUTION
(2)For "HF-H903 (9.0kW) + HF-H903 (9.0kW)", "0.7 x (9.0 + 9.0) = 12.6 > 9.0" is applied.
So, do the calculation with applying "12.6kW" to the total sum of the servomotor's rated
output.
2. When reducing the time constant replacing the conventional motor with the HF or HF-KP
series motor, the power supply capacity may rise because the motor maximum momentary
output increases more than the conventional motor. Therefore, make sure to check the
selection with maximum momentary rated capacity.
3. When the large capacity drive unit (MDS-D-SP-400/640) is connected to the power supply
unit, always install the drive unit proximally in the left side of the power supply unit and
connect PN terminal with the dedicated DC connection bar.
4. When using two large capacity drive units or more, the power supply unit is required for
each drive unit.
5. This power supply selection is calculated with the servomotor effective load rate of
approximate 80%. Considering the operation pattern, if the servomotor effective load rate is
lower than this, the required rated capacity of the power supply can be decreased.
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7-3 Selection of the power supply unit
7-3-4 Required capacity of power supply
For the power supply capacity, calculate the required spindle rated output and servo motor rated output each, and select
the power supply capacity satisfying them.
(1) Spindle rate output required for power supply
The spindle rate output required for power supply is calculated from the following expression.
Spindle rate output required for power supply =
MAX (Spindle motor continuous rated output, Spindle motor output at accelerating/decelerating, Spindle
motor short-time output) x motor output coefficient β of combined spindle drive unit
(Note) For the spindle rate output required for the power supply, multiply the largest one of "spindle motor continuous
rate output", "spindle motor output at acceleration/deceleration" and "spindle motor short-time output" by the motor
output coefficient β of the combined spindle drive unit.
For the motor output coefficient of the combined spindle drive unit, use the value corresponding to the used spindle
drive unit in the table 2. of 7-3-1 (1).
(2)
Servo motor rate output required for power supply
For the servo motor rate output required for power supply, use the value calculated in 7-3-2 (1).
(3)
Calculation of rate output required for power supply
(a) When there is only one servomotor axis
Rated capacity required for power supply =
Σ(Spindle rate output required for power supply) + (servo motor rate output required for power
supply)
(b) When there are two or more servomotor axes
Rated capacity required for power supply =
Σ (Spindle rate output required for power supply) + 0.7 Σ (servo motor rate output required for power
supply)
Substitute the output calculated from the item (1) and (2) to the expression (a) and (b), and calculate the rated
capacity required for the power supply.
(4)
Calculation of required power supply
Power supply capacity (kVA) = Σ{(Required rated capacity calculated in the item (3)(kW) / Capacity of
selected power supply unit (kW)) x Power supply capacity base value (kVA)}
The power supply capacity base value corresponding to the capacity of the selected power supply unit is as the following
table.
< MDS-D Series >
Unit
MDS-D-CVPower supply capacity base value (kVA)
37
5.3
75
11.0
110
16.0
185
27.0
300
43.0
370
53.0
450
64.0
550
78.0
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7-3-5 Example for power supply unit and power supply facility capacity
< MDS-DM-V3 Series >
Axis name
X-axis
Y-axis
Z-axis
Spindle
Motor
HF223
HF223
HF302B
Drive unit
(MDS-DM-V3-404040)
(MDS-DM-V3-404040)
(MDS-DM-V3-404040)
MDS-D-SP-320
Spindle motor 22kW
(Output coefficient 1.0)
Total
Rated output
2.1kW
2.1kW
3.0kW
Maximum momentary output
7.5kW
7.5kW
7.4kW
22kW
26.4kW
0.7 × (2.1 × 2+3.0)+22
=27.04kW
< 31kW (D-CV-300)
(7.5 × 2+7.4)+26.4
=48.8kW
<92kW (D-CV-300)
The power supply unit satisfying the total of the rate output and the maximum momentary output is MDS-D-CV-300.
Required power supply capacity (kVA) = (27.04/30) × 43=38.8(kVA)
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Appendix 1
Cable and Connector Specifications
Appendix 1 - 1
MITSUBISHI CNC
Appendix 1 Cable and Connector Specifications
Appendix 1-1 Selection of cable
Appendix 1-1-1 Cable wire and assembly
(1) Cable wire
The specifications of the wire used for each cable, and the machining methods are shown in this section. When
manufacturing the detector cable and battery connection cable, use the recommended wires shown below or equivalent
products.
(a) Heat resistant specifications cable
Wire type
(other
manufacturer's
product)
BD20288
Compound 6-pair
shielded cable
Specification No.
Bangishi-17145
(Note 1)
Wire characteristics
Finish
Sheath
outer
material
diameter
No. of
pairs
2
8.7mm
2
Heat
resistant
PVC
(0.5mm )
4
(0.2mm2)
Conductiv
Configurae
tion
resistor
100
strands/
0.08mm
40
strands/
0.08mm
40.7Ω/km
or less
103Ω/km
or less
Withstan
d
voltage
500VAC/
1min
Heat
resistance
temperatur
resistance
e
Insulation
1000
MΩ/km
or more
105°C
Flexibility
70 × 104
times
or more at
R200
(b) General-purpose heat resistant specifications cable
Wire type
(other
manufacturer's
product)
BD20032
Compound 6-pair
shielded cable
Specification No.
Bangishi-16903
Revision No. 3
(Note 2))
Wire characteristics
Finish
Sheath
outer
material
diameter
No. of
pairs
2
(0.5mm2)
8.7mm
PVC
4
(0.2mm2)
Configuration
Conductive
resistor
100strands/
0.08mm
40.7Ω/km
or less
40strands/
0.08mm
Heat
Withstan
Insulation resistance
d
resistance temperatu
voltage
re
500VAC/
1min
103Ω/km
or less
1000
MΩ/km
or more
60°C
Flexibility
100 × 104
times
or more at
R200
(Note 1) Bando Electric Wire (Contact: 81+48-461-0561 http://www.bew.co.jp)
(Note 2) The Mitsubishi standard cable is the (a) Heat resistant specifications cable. For MDS-C1/CH series, (b) or
equivalent is used as the standard cable.
Compound 6-pair cable structure drawing
Sheath
A1
B1
B4
Mesh shield
Intervening wire
B3
B2
A2
Cable core
L1
Tape
L2
Conductor
Insulator
Core identification
Pair No.
A1 (0.5mm2)
Appendix 1 - 2
Insulator color
L1
L2
Red
White
A2 (0.5mm2)
Black
White
B1 (0.2mm2)
Brown
Orange
B2 (0.2mm2)
Blue
Green
B3 (0.2mm2)
Purple
White
B4 (0.2mm2)
Yellow
White
MDS-DM Series Specifications Manual
Appendix 1-1 Selection of cable
(2)
Cable assembly
Assemble the cable with the cable shield wire securely connected to the ground plate of the connector.
Core wire
Connect with a ground
plate of connector.
Shield
Sheath
(external conductor)
(3)
Battery connection cable
Wire type
(other
manufacturer's
product)
J14B101224-00
Two core shield
cable
Wire characteristics
Finish
outer
diamet
er
Sheath
material
3.3mm
PVC
No. of
pairs
1
(0.2mm
2)
Configuration
Conducti
ve
resistor
Withstan
d
voltage
Insulation
resistance
Heat
resistance
temperatu
re
Minimum
bend radius
7strands /
0.2mm
91.2Ω/km
or less
AC500V/
1min
1000MΩ/
km
or less
80°C
R33mm
Sheath
1
Shield
2
JUNFLON R ETFE wire
Two core shield cable structure drawing
Core identification
No.
1
2
Insulator color
Red
Black
Appendix 1 - 3
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Appendix 1 Cable and Connector Specifications
Appendix 1-2 Cable connection diagram
1. Take care not to mistake the connection when manufacturing the detector cable. Failure to
CAUTION
observe this could lead to faults, runaway or fire.
2. When manufacturing the cable, do not connect anything to pins which have no description.
Appendix 1-2-1 Battery cable
<DG21 cable connection diagram
(Connection cable between drive unit and A6BAT (MR-BAT) (MDS-BTCASE)>
Drive unit side connector
Battery unit side connector
(Hirose Electric)
(3M)
Connector: DF1B-2S-2.5R
Contact: DF1B-2428SCA
BT
LG
Connector: 10120-3000VE
Shell kit: 10320-52F0-008
1
2
0.2mm 2
9
1
BT
LG
PE Case
grounding
<DG22 cable connection diagram (Connection cable between drive unit and drive unit)>
Drive unit side connector
Drive unit side connector
(Hirose Electric)
(Hirose Electric)
Connector: DF1B-2S-2.5R
Contact: DF1B-2428SCA
BT
LG
Connector: DF1B-2S-2.5R
Contact: DF1B-2428SCA
1
2
0.2mm2
1
2
BT
LG
<DG23 cable connection diagram (Connection cable between drive unit and MDS-BTBOX-36)>
Drive unit side connector
(Hirose Electric)
Connector : DF1B-2S-2.5R
Contact : DF1B-2428SCA
BT
LG
1
2
Battery box side
0.2mm2
BT
LG
<DG24 cable connection diagram (Connection cable for alarm output between drive unit and MDS-BTBOX36)(For MDS-DM-V3)>
Drive unit side connector
(3M)
Connector :10120-3000VE
Shell kit :10320-52F0-008
Appendix 1 - 4
DICOM
D11
20
13
P5
LG
Case
grounding
4
1
FG
Battery box side
0.2mm 2
0.2mm 2
0.2mm 2
+24V (DC power)
DO(ALM)
+5V
LG
MDS-DM Series Specifications Manual
Appendix 1-2 Cable connection diagram
<DG24 cable connection diagram (Connection cable for alarm output between drive unit and MDS-BTBOX36)(For MDS-DM-SPV Series)>
Drive unit side connector
(3M)
Connector :10120-3000VE
Shell kit :10320-52F0-008
CAUTION
DICOM
D11
20
13
P5
LG
Case
grounding
4
1
FG
Battery box side
0.2mm 2
0.2mm 2
0.2mm 2
24G (DC power)
DOCOM
+5V
LG
When DG24 cable is used, proximity switch or external emergency stop cannot be wired, so
these functions cannot be used.
Appendix 1 - 5
MITSUBISHI CNC
Appendix 1 Cable and Connector Specifications
Appendix 1-2-2 Power supply communication cable and connector
<SH21 cable connection diagram>
Drive unit side connector
Power supply unit side connector
(3M)
(3M)
Connector: 10120-3000VE
Shell kit: 10320-52F0-008
Connector: 10120-3000VE
Shell kit: 10320-52F0-008
1
11
2
12
3
13
4
14
5
15
6
16
7
17
8
18
9
19
10
20
1
11
2
12
3
13
4
14
5
15
6
16
7
17
8
18
9
19
10
20
PE
PE
Plate
<CNU23S connector connection diagram>
Power supply unit side connector
(DDK)
Connector: DK-3200M-06RXY
Contact: DK-3REC2LLP1-100
External emergency
stop input
EMG2
3
2
1
24G
EMG1
CN23A
MC2
MC1
3
2
1
CN23B
Appendix 1 - 6
Contactor
breaker output
MDS-DM Series Specifications Manual
Appendix 1-2 Cable connection diagram
Appendix 1-2-3 Optical communication repeater unit cable
< F070 cable connection diagram >
Optical communication repeater unit side
connector
(Tyco Electronics)
24VDC power side terminal
(J.S.T.)
Connector:2-178288-3
Contact:1-175218-5 × 3
Crimping Terminal:V1.25-3 or V1.25-4 × 2
FG
3
2
0V
0V
1 24VDC
24VDC
DCIN
< F110 cable connection diagram >
Optical communication repeater unit side
connector
(Tyco Electronics)
<DCIN>
Connector:2-178288-3
Conntact:1-175218-5 × 3
24VDC power side connector
(Tyco Electronics)
Connector:3-178127-6
Contact:1-175218-5 (for AWG16 ) × 3
1-175217-5 (for AWG22 ) × 2
<ACFAIL (CF01)>
51030-0230
50084-8160 × 2
DCOUT
+24V
1B
0V
2B
FG
3B
DCIN
AWG16
1
+24V
2
0V
3
FG
CF01
ACFAIL
1A
0V
2A
AWG22
2
ACFAIL
1
0V
Appendix 1 - 7
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Appendix 1 Cable and Connector Specifications
Appendix 1-2-4 Servo detector cable
<CNV2E-8P, CNV2E-9P cable connection diagram>
Motor detector/
Ball screw side detector side connector
(DDK)
Plug: CM10-SP10S-M (D6) (Straight)
CM10-AP10S-M (D6) (Angle)
Contact: CM10-#22SC (S1) (D8)
Drive unit side connector
(3M)
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Shell kit: 36310-3200-008
(MOLEX)
Connector set: 54599-1019
P5(+5V)
LG
1
2
BT
SD
SD*
RQ
RQ*
9
7
8
3
4
Case
grounding
PE
0.5mm2
0.2mm2
0.2mm2
0.2mm2
8
5
3
4
6
7
1
2
P5(+5V)
LG
CNT
BT
SD
SD*
RQ
RQ*
10
SHD
<For 15m or less>
Motor detector/
Ball screw side detector side connector
(DDK)
Plug: CM10-SP10S-M (D6) (Straight)
CM10-AP10S-M (D6) (Angle)
Contact: CM10-#22SC (S1) (D8)
Drive unit side connector
(3M)
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Shell kit: 36310-3200-008
(MOLEX)
Connector set: 54599-1019
0.5mm2
P5(+5V)
LG
1
2
BT
SD
SD*
RQ
RQ*
9
7
8
3
4
Case
grounding
PE
<For 15m to 30m>
Appendix 1 - 8
0.5mm2
0.2mm2
0.2mm2
0.2mm2
8
5
3
4
6
7
1
2
P5(+5V)
LG
CNT
BT
SD
SD*
RQ
RQ*
10
SHD
MDS-DM Series Specifications Manual
Appendix 1-2 Cable connection diagram
< CNV2E-K1P, CNV2E-K2P cable connection diagram (Direct connection type) >
Drive unit side connector
(3M)
Receptacle : 36210 - 0100PL
Shell kit : 36310 - 3200- 008
( MOLEX )
Connector set : 54599-1019
P5
LG
MR
MRR
MD
MDR
BAT
Motor detector connector/
Ball screw side detector side connector
(Tyco Electronics)
Connector : 1674320-1
3
6
5
4
8
7
2
1
9
1
2
3
4
7
8
9
SD
Plate
P5
P5G
MR
MRR
MD
MDR
BAT
CONT
SD
< CNV22J-K1P, CNV22J-K2P cable connection diagram (Relay type) >
Motor detector/
Ball screw side detector side connector
(Tyco Electronics)
Drive unit side connector
(DDK)
Plug: CM10-CR10P-M
P5(+5V)
LG
8
5
BT
SD
SD*
RQ
RQ*
4
6
7
1
2
Case
grounding
10
Plug: 1747464-1
Contact: 1674335-4
0.08mm2
0.08mm2
0.08mm2
0.08mm2
1
2
8
7
5
4
P5(+5V)
LG
CNT
BT
SD
SD*
RQ
RQ*
9
SHD
3
6
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Appendix 1 Cable and Connector Specifications
<CNV2E-EX cable connection diagram (Relay type)>
MDS-DM-SPVxF unit side connector
(3M)
Receptacle:36210-0100PL
Shell kit:36310-3200-008
(MOLEX)
Connector set:54599-1019
MDS-EX-SR unit side connector
(3M)
Receptacle:36210-0100PL
Shell kit:36310-3200-008
(MOLEX)
Connector set:54599-1019
0.5mm2
P5(+5V)
1
1
P5(+5V)
LG
2
2
LG
9
9
10
10
0.2mm2
3
RQ
4
4
RQ*
5
5
RQ
3
RQ*
6
6
SD
7
SD*
8
Case
grounding
PE
0.2mm2
7
SD
8
SD*
PE
Case
grounding
< Linear scale (Serial absolute value specifications) cable connection diagram>
MDS-EX-SR unit side connector
(3M)
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Shell kit: 36310-3200-008
(MOLEX)
Connector set: 54599-1019
P5(+5V)
1
LG
2
Machine side linear scale
0.5mm2
P5(+5V)
LG
9
10
RQ
3
RQ*
4
0.2mm2
RQ
RQ*
5
6
0.2mm2
SD
7
SD*
8
SD*
PE
SHD
Case
grounding
SD
Contact the detector manufacture
for the details.
Appendix 1 - 10
MDS-DM Series Specifications Manual
Appendix 1-2 Cable connection diagram
Appendix 1-2-5 Brake cable and connector
<CNU20S connector connection diagram (Brake connector for motor brake control output)>
• For MDS-DM-V3
Drive unit side connector
(DDK)
Connector: DK-3200S-03R
Contact: DK-3REC2LLP1-100
MBR
DBR
P24
Motor brake
3
2
1
External power (+24V)
CN20
<MR-BKS1CBL □ M-A1-H, MR-BKS1CBL □ M-A2-H cable connection diagram>
Drive unit side connector
Motor side brake connector
(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry)
Plug: JN4FT02SJ1-R
Contact: ST-TMH-S-C1B-100-(A534G)
(DDK)
Connector: DK-3200S-03R
Contact: DK-3REC2LLP1-100
MBR
DBR
P24
3
2
1
Motor brake
External power (+24V)
2
B2
1
B1
CN20
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Appendix 1 Cable and Connector Specifications
Appendix 1-2-6 Spindle detector cable
<CNP2E-1 cable connection diagram>
Spindle drive unit side connector
(3M)
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Shell kit: 36310-3200-008
(MOLEX)
Connector set: 54599-1019
Spindle motor side connector
(Tyco Electronics)
Connector: 172169-1
Contact: 170363-1(AWG26-22)
170364-1(AWG22-18)
(Note)
P5(+5V)
LG
1
2
2
0.5mm
7
8
P5(+5V)
LG
MT1
MT2
5
6
0.2mm2
2
1
MT1
MT2
SD
SD*
RQ
RQ*
7
8
3
4
5
6
3
4
SD
SD*
RQ
RQ*
Case
grounding
PE
9
SHD
0.2mm2
0.2mm2
(Note) For the pin "7" or "8", use the contact "170364-1".
For the other pins, use the contact "170363-1".
<For 15m or less>
Spindle drive unit side connector
(3M)
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Shell kit: 36310-3200-008
(MOLEX)
Connector set: 54599-1019
Spindle motor side connector
(Tyco Electronics)
Connector: 172169-1
Contact: 170363-1(AWG26-22)
170364-1(AWG22-18)
0.5mm2
(Note)
P5(+5V)
LG
1
2
2
0.5mm
7
8
P5(+5V)
LG
MT1
MT2
5
6
0.2mm2
2
1
MT1
MT2
SD
SD*
RQ
RQ*
7
8
3
4
5
6
3
4
SD
SD*
RQ
RQ*
Case
grounding
PE
9
SHD
0.2mm2
0.2mm2
(Note) For the pin "7" or "8", use the contact "170364-1".
For the other pins, use the contact "170363-1".
<For 15m to 30m>
Appendix 1 - 12
MDS-DM Series Specifications Manual
Appendix 1-2 Cable connection diagram
<CNP3EZ-2P, CNP3EZ-3P cable connection diagram>
Spindle drive unit side connector
(3M)
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Shell kit: 36310-3200-008
(MOLEX)
Connector set: 54599-1019
P5(+5V)
LG
ABZSEL*
A
A*
1
2
10
3
4
B
B*
Z
Z*
5
6
7
8
Case
grounding
PE
Spindle motor side connector
(DDK)
Connector: MS3106A20-29S (D190)
Back shell: CE02-20BS-S (straight)
CE-20BA-S (angle)
Clamp: CE3057-12A-3
0.5mm2
H
K
P5(+5V)
LG
0.2mm2
A
N
A
A*
C
R
B
P
B
B*
Z
Z*
0.2mm 2
0.2mm2
<For 15m or less>
Spindle drive unit side connector
(3M)
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Shell kit: 36310-3200-008
(MOLEX)
Connector set: 54599-1019
Spindle motor side connector
(DDK)
Connector: MS3106A20-29S (D190)
Back shell: CE02-20BS-S (straight)
CE-20BA-S (angle)
Clamp: CE3057-12A-3
0.5mm2
P5(+5V)
LG
ABZSEL*
A
A*
1
2
10
3
4
B
B*
Z
Z*
5
6
7
8
Case
grounding
PE
0.5mm2
H
K
P5(+5V)
LG
0.2mm2
A
N
A
A*
C
R
B
P
B
B*
Z
Z*
0.2mm2
0.2mm2
<For 15m to 30m>
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Appendix 1 Cable and Connector Specifications
Appendix 1-3 Main circuit cable connection diagram
The methods for wiring to the main circuit are shown below.
<DRSV1/DRSV2/DRSV3 cable connection diagram>
These cables are used to connect the drive unit's TE1 terminal and HF, HF-KP motor.
•
DRSV1 cable:
This is the power line for the triple-axis unit (MDS-DM-V3-) and multi axis integrated unit (MDS-DM-SPV2-,
MDS-DM-SPV3-) L-axis.
•
DRSV2 cable:
This is the power line for the triple-axis unit (MDS-DM-V3-) and multi axis integrated unit (MDS-DM-SPV2-,
MDS-DM-SPV3-) M-axis.
•
DRSV3 cable:
This is the power line for the triple-axis unit (MDS-DM-V3-) and multi axis integrated unit (MDS-DM-SPV3-) Saxis.
Drive unit side
Motor side
A
B
C
D
1: U
2: V
3: W
4:
<HF-KP motor cable connection diagram>
This cable is used to connect the drive unit's TE1 terminal and HF-KP series motor.
Drive unit side
1: U
2: V
3: W
4:
Motor side power connector
(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry)
Plug: JN4FT04SJ1-R
Contact: ST-TMH-S-C1B-100-(A534G)
2: U
3: V
4: W
1:
1. The main circuit cable must be manufactured by the user.
2. Refer to the section "Specification of Peripheral Devices" in Specifications Manual when
selecting the wire material.
CAUTION
3. Lay out the terminal block on the drive unit side as shown in "DRIVE SYSTEM DATA
BOOK".
4. Refer to "DRIVE SYSTEM DATA BOOK" for details on the motor's connectors and terminal
block.
Appendix 1 - 14
MDS-DM Series Specifications Manual
Appendix 1-4 Connector outline dimension drawings
Appendix 1-4 Connector outline dimension drawings
Appendix 1-4-1 Connector for drive unit
Optical communication cable connector
Optical communication connector
[Unit:mm]
(15) (13.4)
(20.9)
(6.7)
For wiring between drive units (inside
panel)
Manufacturer: Japan Aviation
Electronics Industry
<Type>
Connector:2F-2D103
(2.3)
(1.7)
8+0
37.65
Cable appearance
<Type>
Connector: 2F-2D103 (Japan Aviation
Electronics Industry)
Optical fiber: ESKA Premium
(MITSUBISHI RAYON)
㧔L҇0.1m㧕
㧔L҈0.2 m㧕
(Note 1) The POF fiber's light amount will drop depending on how the fibers are wound. So, try to avoid wiring the
fibers.
(Note 2) Do not wire the optical fiber cable to moving sections.
8.5
For wiring between drive units (outside
panel)
Manufacturer: Tyco Electronics
<Type>
Connector: 1123445-1
20.3
[Unit:mm]
22.7
Cable appearance
<Type>
Connector: 1123445-1
(Tyco Electronics)
Optical fiber: ESKA Premium
(MITSUBISHI RAYON)
(Note 1) The PCF fiber's light amount will drop depending on how the fibers are wound. So, try to avoid wiring the
fibers.
(Note 2) Do not wire the optical fiber cable to moving sections.
For wiring between NC and drive unit
Refer to the instruction manual for CNC.
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Appendix 1 Cable and Connector Specifications
Connector for detector cable
Spindle drive unit Connector for CN2
[Unit:mm]
22.7
33.9
Manufacturer: 3M
<Type>
Receptacle: 36210-0100PL
Shell kit: 36310-3200-008
Manufacturer: MOLEX
<Type>
Connector set: 54599-1019
11
8
22.4
10
Connector for CN4/9/9A/9B
[Unit:mm]
14.0
23.8
39.0
22.0
Manufacturer: 3M
<Type>
Connector: 10120-3000VE
Shell kit: 10320-52F0-008
10.0
12.0
33.3
12.7
11.5
[Unit:mm]
33.0
20.9
42.0
Manufacturer: 3M
<Type>
Connector: 10120-6000EL
Shell kit:10320-3210-000
This connector is integrated with the
cable, and is not available as a
connector set option.
29.7
Appendix 1 - 16
MDS-DM Series Specifications Manual
Appendix 1-4 Connector outline dimension drawings
Power connector
Power connector for drive unit TE1, for MDS-DM-V3
[Unit:mm]
30.5
44.08
Manufacturer: DDK
<Type>
Housing: DK-5200S-04R
㸯 㸰 㸱 㸲
56.08
9.1
10.5
48.48
10.16
Power connector for drive unit CN31L/M/S, for MDS-DM-SPV Series
[Unit:mm]
33.36
(9.1)
19.96
Manufacturer: DDK
<Type>
Connector: DK-5200M-04R
19.26
29
23.76
10.16
Control power connector for drive unit CN22, for MDS-DM-SPV Series
[Unit:mm]
24.62
㧝
6.55
Manufacturer: DDK
<Type>
Connector: DK-3200S-02R
7.15
22.8
14.16
㧞
5.08
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Appendix 1 Cable and Connector Specifications
Connector for motor brake control output
Brake connector for motor brake control output
[Unit:mm]
22.8
19.24
Manufacturer: DDK
<Type>
Connector: DK-3200S-03R
㸯 㸰㸱
㸯
㸰
㸱
6.55
7.15
29.70
㸿
5.08
Power supply unit connector for CN23 (Contactor control output / external emergency stop)
Power supply unit connector for CN23 (Connector for contactor control output / external emergency stop)
[Unit:mm]
22.8
19.24
㸯 㸰 㸱
27.30
14.77
7.62
Manufacturer: DDK
<Type>
Connector: DK-3200M-06RXY
5.08
Battery power input connector
Battery connector for drive unit
[Unit:mm]
5.0
11.5
Manufacturer: Hirose Electric
<Type>
Connector: DF1B-2S-2.5R
1.9
1.6
2.5
4.4
Appendix 1 - 18
MDS-DM Series Specifications Manual
Appendix 1-4 Connector outline dimension drawings
Appendix 1-4-2 Connector for servo
Motor detector connector
Motor side detector connector / Ball screw side detector for connector
Ǿ21
Manufacturer: DDK
<Type>
Plug:CM10-SP10S-M(D6)
Ǿ21
[Unit:mm]
(51.4) (Φ21)
[Unit:mm]
34
Manufacturer: DDK
<Type>
Plug:CM10-AP10S-M(D6)
(32.5)
(Note)
For the manufacturing method of CM10 series connector, refer to the section "Cable and connector assembly"
in Instruction Manual.
Motor side detector connector
[Unit:mm]
30
18
10
23
15
Manufacturer: Tyco Electronics
<Type>
Assembly: 1674320-1
6
6.2
13
14.2
Ǿ13.6
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Brake connector
Brake connector
Ǿ21
Manufacturer: DDK
<Type>
Plug: CM10-SP2S-S(D6)
Ǿ21
[Unit:mm]
(51.4) Manufacturer: DDK
<Type>
Plug: CM10-AP2S-S(D6)
34
(Φ21)
[Unit:mm]
(32.5)
(Note)
For the manufacturing method of CM10 series connector, refer to the section "Cable and connector assembly"
in Instruction Manual.
[Unit:mm]
Manufacturer: Japan Aviation
Electronics Industry
<Type>
JN4FT02SJ1-R
19
14.3
12.5
26.6
17
12.3
12.7
2.5
11.8
Appendix 1 - 20
R4
Ǿ11.6
R6
MDS-DM Series Specifications Manual
Appendix 1-4 Connector outline dimension drawings
Reinforcing cover for connector
Reinforcing cover for connector
[Unit:mm]
30
Manufacturer: DDK
<Type>
Reinforcing cover for straight plug:
CM10-SP-CV
40
(27)
[Unit:mm]
22.8
35.6
Manufacturer: DDK
<Type>
Reinforcing cover for angle plug:
CM10-AP-D-CV
32
45
(Note 1) For the manufacturing method of CM10 series connector, refer to the section "Cable and connector assembly"
in Instruction Manual.
(Note 2) Use the reinforcing cover if thumping vibration and strong impacts could be applied on the connector.
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Motor power connector
Motor power connector
[Unit:mm]
D or less
A
W
7.85 or more
ǾB+0
- 0.38
ǾC ± 0.8
Manufacturer: DDK
Plug:
Type
A
CE05-6A18-10SD-C-BSS
11/8-18UNEF-2B
+0
-0.38
B
C ± 0.8
D or less
32.1
57
34.13
3
W
1-20UNEF-2A
3
CE05-6A22-22SD-C-BSS
1 /8-18UNEF-2B
40.48
38.3
61
1 /16-18UNEF-2A
CE05-6A32-17SD-C-BSS
2-18UNS-2B
56.33
54.2
79
13/4-18UNS-2A
[Unit:mm]
D or less
ǾB+0
- 0.38
Y or
more
U ± 0.7
㧔S㧕± 1
Manufacturer: DDK
R ±0.7
A
W
Plug:
Type
A
B
1
+0
-0.38
D or less
W
R ± 0.7
U ± 0.7
(S) ± 1
Y or more
CE05-8A18-10SD-C-BAS
1 /8-18UNEF-2B
34.13
69.5
1-20UNEF-2A
13.2
30.2
43.4
7.5
CE05-8A22-22SD-C-BAS
13/8-18UNEF-2B
40.48
75.5
13/16-18UNEF-2A
16.3
33.3
49.6
7.5
93.5
13/4-18UNS-2A
24.6
44.5
61.9
8.5
CE05-8A32-17SD-C-BAS
2-18UNS-2B
56.33
[Unit:mm]
㧔D㧕
A
C
1.6
V screw
G ± 0.7
ǾF
(Bushing inner
diameter)
B± 0.7
Manufacturer: DDK
ǾE
(Inner diameter of cable clamp)
H
(Movable range of one side)
Clamp:
Type
Shel
l size
Total
length
A
Outer
dia.
B
Avail.
screw
length
C
D
E
F
G
H
Fitting screw
V
Bushing
Applicable
cable
CE3057-10A-1(D240)
18
23.8
30.1
10.3
41.3
15.9
14.1
31.7
3.2
1-20UNEF-2B
CE3420-10-1
φ10.5 to
φ14.1
CE3057-12A-1(D240)
20
23.8
35
10.3
41.3
19
16.0
37.3
4
13/16-18UNEF-2B
CE3420-12-1
φ12.5 to
φ16.0
CE3057-20A-1(D240)
32
27.8
51.6
11.9
43
31.7
23.8
51.6
6.3
13/4-18UNS-2B
CE3420-20-1
φ22.0 to
φ23.8
Appendix 1 - 22
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Appendix 1-4 Connector outline dimension drawings
Motor power connector
[Unit:mm]
27
16
11.7
7ࠑ
18.9
20.1
12.7
13.7
R6
12.7
Ǿ13.1
Manufacturer: Japan Aviation
Electronics Industry
<Type>
JN4FT04SJ1-R
24.5
4-R2
2.5
R0.5
Appendix 1-4-3 Connector for spindle
Motor detector connector
Motor side PLG (TS5690) connector
[Unit:mm]
23.7 ± 0.4
16± 0.4
8.4
2.8
4.2
8.4
2.8
Manufacturer: Tyco Electronics
<Type>
Plug: 172169-1
14
4.2
9.3
14
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Appendix 1 Cable and Connector Specifications
Spindle side detector connector (for OSE-1024)
Spindle side detector connector (for OSE-1024)
[Unit:mm]
Gasket
Ǿ37.28 +0
- 0.38
Ǿ26.8
+0.05
- 0.25
Manufacturer: DDK
<Type>
Connector: MS3106A20-29S(D190)
11/4 -18UNEF-2B
18.26± 0.12
11/8 -18UNEF- 2A
12.16±
34.11±
0.3
0.5
[Unit:mm]
35
13/16 -18UNEF - 2A screw
10.9
Manufacturer: DDK
<Type>
Straight back shell: CE02-20BS-S
11/8-18UNEF-2B
Ǿ17.8
Ǿ35
screw
O-ring
31.6
7.85 or more
(effective screw length)
(Spanner grip)
[Unit:mm]
50.5 or less
16.3
O-ring
7.5 or more
33.3
㧔49.6㧕
Manufacturer: DDK
<Type>
Angle back shell: CE-20BA-S
Ǿ38.6
11/4 -18UNEF-2B screw
39.6 or less
13/16 -18UNEF-2Ascrew
[Unit:mm]
㧔41.3㧕
23.8
10.3
37.3 ± 0.7
35± 0.7
Ǿ10
Manufacturer: DDK
<Type>
Cable clamp:CE3057-12A-3
1.6
13/16 -18UNEF-2B screw
Ǿ19
(Cable clamp inside diameter)
4
(Moveable range of one side)
Appendix 1 - 24
Appendix 2
Restrictions for Lithium Batteries
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Appendix 2 Restrictions for Lithium Batteries
Appendix 2-1 Restriction for Packing
The United Nations Dangerous Goods Regulations "Article 12" became effective from 2003. When transporting lithium
batteries with means subject to the UN Regulations, such as by air transport, measures corresponding to the Regulations
must be taken.
The UN Regulations classify the batteries as dangerous goods (Class 9) or not dangerous goods according to the lithium
metal content. To ensure safety during transportation, lithium batteries (battery unit) directly exported from Mitsubishi are
packaged in a dedicated container (UN package) for which safety has been confirmed.
When the customer is transporting these products with means subject to the UN Regulations, such as air transport, the
shipper must follow the details explained in the section "Transportation Restrictions for Lithium Batteries: Handling by User".
The followings are restrictions for transportation. Each restriction is specified based on the recommendation of the United
Nations.
Area
World
World
United States
Europe
Transportation method
Air
Marine
All (air, marine, land)
land
Restriction
ICAO, IATA
IMO
DOT
RID, ADR
Special clause
188
49 CFR 173.185
188
Appendix 2-1-1 Target Products
The following Mitsubishi NC products use lithium batteries. If the lithium metal content exceeds 1g for battery cell and 2g for
battery, the battery is classified as dangerous good (Class9).
In order to avoid an accidental actuation during the transportation, all lithium battery products incorporated in a machinery or
device must be fixed securely and must be shipped with wrapped over the outer package as to prevent damage or shortcircuits.
(1) Materials falling under Class 9
Battery type
Lithium metal
content
Number of
incorporated
ER6V batteries
Application
(Data backup)
Battery
class
FCU6-BT4-D1
Combination of
ER6-B4D-11 and
ER6V battery cell
2.6g+0.65g
5 batteries
For servo detector/
NC SRAM
Battery
CR23500SE-CJ5
CR23500SE-CJ5
1.52g
-
For NC SRAM
(M500)
Battery
cell
Battery type
Lithium metal
content
Number of
incorporated
ER6V batteries
Application
(Data backup)
Battery
class
2CR5
1.96g
-
For NC SRAM/
servo detector
Battery
CR2032
0.067g
-
For NC SRAM/
CR2450
0.173g
-
For NC SRAM
ER6, ER6V
0.65g
-
ER17330V
Q6BAT
ER6V
0.48g
0.49g
0.65g
-
Mitsubishi type
(Type for arrangement)
Outline dimension
drawing
Refer to "Battery
Option" in the
specification manual
for drive unit you are
using for the outline
dimension drawing
for servo.
(2) Materials not falling under Class 9
Mitsubishi type
(Type for arrangement)
FCU6-BTBOX series
CR2032
(for built-in battery)
CR2450
(for built-in battery)
ER6, ER6V series
(for built-in battery)
A6BAT(MR-BAT)
Q6BAT
MR-J3BAT
(Note)
Appendix 2 - 2
For NC SRAM/
servo detector
For servo detector
For NC SRAM
For servo detector
Battery
cell
Outline dimension
drawing
Refer to "Battery
Option" in the
specification manual
for drive unit you are
using for the outline
dimension drawing
for servo.
If the number of batteries exceeds 24 batteries for the battery cell or 12 batteries for the battery, the dedicated
packing (for materials falling under Class 9) is required.
MDS-DM Series Specifications Manual
Appendix 2-1 Restriction for Packing
(Example) Rating nameplate for battery units
Mitsubishi type
Safety class
Battery manufacturer type
Lithium metal content
Appendix 2-1-2 Handling by User
The following technical opinion is solely Mitsubishi's opinion. The shipper must confirm the latest IATA Dangerous Goods
Regulations, IMDG Codes and laws and orders of the corresponding export country.
These should be checked by the company commissioned for the actual transportation.
IATA: International Air Transport Association
IMDG Code: A uniform international code for the transport of dangerous goods by seas determined by IMO (International
Maritime Organization).
■
When shipping isolated lithium battery products
(1) Reshipping in Mitsubishi UN packaging (Class 9)
Mitsubishi packing applies package specifications complying with the UN Packing Instruction. The user only needs
to add the following details before shipping. (Consult with the shipping company for details.)
(a) Indication of container usage mark on exterior box (Label with following details recorded.)
[1] Proper shipping name (Lithium batteries)
[2] UN NO. (UN3090 for isolated battery, UN3091 for battery incorporated in a device or included)
[3] Shipper and consignee's address and name
Example of completing form
Shipper information
Consignee information
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Appendix 2 Restrictions for Lithium Batteries
[4]
A care label with a telephone number for additional information (120×110mm)
(A care label is to be attached on the outer package.Shipping less than or equal to 4 isolated batteries
incorporated in machinery does not need care label.)
Lithium battery care label (Air transportation sample)
x-xxxx-xx-xx-xxx
(b)
Preparation of shipping documents and declaration of dangerous goods
For information required in description, refer to "Appendix2-2 Product information data sheet".
(2) When packaged by user
The user must follow UN Regulations when packing, preparing for shipping and preparing the indications, etc.
(a) Packing a lithium battery falling under Class 9
[1] Consult with The Ship Equipment Inspection Society of Japan for details on packaging.
[2] Prepare for shipping as explained in "(1) Reshipping in Mitsubishi UN packaging".
The Ship Equipment Inspection Society of Japan Headquarters Telephone: 03-3261-6611 Fax: 03-32616979
(b) Packing a lithium battery not falling under Class 9
[1] Cells and batteries are separated so as to prevent short circuits and are stored in a strong outer
packaging (12 batteries or less, 24 battery cells or less).
[2] Prepare for the certificates or test results showing compliance to drop test from 1.2m in height.
(The safety test results have been obtained from the battery manufacturer. Consult with Mitsubishi when
the safety test results are required.)
[3] Prepare for shipping as explained in "(1) Reshipping in Mitsubishi UN packaging (Class 9)".
■
When shipping lithium batteries incorporating in a device or machinery
Dedicated packaging (UN packaging) is not required for batteries incorporated in device or machinery. Yet, make sure
to fix the contents securely before the transportation as to prevent damage and short-circuit.
If machinery and devices which incorporates lithium battery is not waterproof, package must be waterproof material.
Check with your shipping company for details on packing and transportation.
Appendix 2-1-3 Reference
Refer to the following materials for details on the regulations and responses.
Guidelines regarding transportation of lithium batteries and lithium ion batteries (Edition 2)..... Battery Association of Japan
Appendix 2 - 4
MDS-DM Series Specifications Manual
Appendix 2-2 Products information data sheet (ER battery)
Appendix 2-2 Products information data sheet (ER battery)
MSDS system does not cover the product used in enclosed state. The ER battery described in this section applies to that
product.
This description is applied to the normal use, and is provided as reference but not as guarantee.
This description is based on the lithium battery's (ER battery) hazardous goods data sheet (Products information data sheet)
which MITSUBISHI has researched, and will be applied only to the ER batteries described in "Transportation Restrictions for
Lithium Batteries: Restriction for Packing".
(1)
Outline of hazard
Principal hazard and effect
Specific hazard
Environmental effect
Possible state of emergency
(2)
First-aid measure
Inhalation
Skin contact
Eye contact
Ingestion
(3)
Dry sand, dry chemical, graphite powder or carbon dioxide gas
Keep the battery away from the fireplace to prevent fire spreading.
Fire-protection gloves, eye/face protector (face mask), body/skin protective cloth
Measure for leakage
Environmental precaution
How to remove
(5)
If a person inhales the vapor of the substance due to the battery damage, move the
person immediately to fresh air. If the person feels sick, consult a doctor immediately.
If the content of the battery attaches to human skin, wash off immediately with water
and soap. If skin irritation persists, consult a doctor.
In case of contact with eyes due to the battery damage, rinse immediately with a plenty
of water for at least 15 minutes and then consult a doctor.
If swallowed, consult a doctor immediately.
Fire-fighting measure
Appropriate fire-extinguisher
Special fire-fighting measure
Protectors against fire
(4)
Not found.
As the chemical substance is stored in a sealed metal container, the battery itself is not
hazardous. But when the internal lithium metal attaches to human skin, it causes a
chemical skin burn. As a reaction of lithium with water, it may ignite or forms flammable
hydrogen gas.
Not found.
Damages or short-circuits may occur due to external mechanical or electrical
pressures.
Dispose of them immediately because strong odors are produced when left for a long
time.
Get them absorbed into dry sand and then collect the sand in an empty container.
Handling and storage
Handl Cautions for safety
ing
handling
Appropriate storage
Stora
condition
ge
Material to avoid
Do not peel the external tube or damage it.
Do not dispose of the battery in fire or expose it to heat.
Do not immerse the battery in water or get it wet.
Do not throw the battery.
Do not disassemble, modify or transform the battery.
Do not short-circuit the battery.
Avoid direct sunlight, high temperature and high humidity.
(Recommended temp. range: +5 to +35C°, humidity: 70%RH or less)
Flammable or conductive material (Metal: may cause a short-circuit)
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Appendix 2 Restrictions for Lithium Batteries
(6) Physical/chemical properties
Appearance
Physical form
Shape
Smell
pH
Boiling point/Boiling
range, Melting point,
Decomposition
temperature, Flash point
Solid
Cylinder type
Odorless
Not applicable (insoluble)
No information
(7) Stability and reactivity
Stability
Condition to avoid
Hazardous decomposition
products
Stable under normal handling condition.
Do not mix multiple batteries with their terminals uninsulated. This may cause a shortcircuit, resulting in heating, bursting or ignition.
Irritative or toxic gas is emitted in the case of fire.
(8) Toxicological information
As the chemical substance is stored in a sealed metal container, the battery has no harmfulness. Just for reference, the
table below describes the main substance of the battery.
< Lithium metal >
Acute toxicity
Local effect
No information
Corrosive action in case of skin contact
< Thionyl chloride >
Acute toxicity
Local effect
Lc50: 500ppm (inhaled administration to rat)
The lungs can be damaged by chronic cough, dyspnea and asthma.
< Aluminum chloride >
Acute toxicity
Local effect
LD50: 3700ppm (oral administration to rat)
Not found.
< Lithium chloride >
Acute toxicity
Local effect
LD50: 526ppm (oral administration to rat)
The central nerves and kidney can be influenced.
< Carbon black >
Acute toxicity
Carcinogenicity
LD50: 2,000mg/kg > (rat)
LARC group 2 (suspected of being carcinogenic)
(9) Ecological information
Mobility, Persistence/
Decomposability, Bioaccumulation potential,
Ecological toxicity
Not found.
(10) Caution for disposal
Dispose of the battery following local laws or regulations.
Pack the battery properly to prevent a short-circuit and avoid contact with water.
Appendix 2 - 6
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Appendix 2-3 Issuing Domestic Law of the United States for Primary Lithium Battery Transportation
Appendix 2-3 Issuing Domestic Law of the United States for Primary
Lithium Battery Transportation
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Research and Special Programs Administration (RSPA) announced an additional
regulation (interim final rule) for the primary lithium batteries transportation restrictions item in "Federal Register" on Dec.15
2004.
This regulation became effective from Dec.29, 2004. This law is a domestic law of the United States, however if also applies
to the domestic flight and international flight departing from or arriving in the United States. Therefore, when transporting
lithium batteries to the United State, or within the United State, the shipper must take measures required to transport lithium
batteries. Refer to the Federal Register and the code of Federal Regulation ("Transportation Restrictions for Lithium Batteries:
Reference") for details.
Appendix 2-3-1 Outline of Regulation
(1)
(2)
Transporting primary lithium battery by passenger aircraft is forbidden.
(a) Excluding primary lithium battery for personal use in a carry-on or checked luggage (Lithium metal content should
be not more than 5g for cell and 25g for battery. For details on the lithium metal content, refer to "Transportation
Restrictions for Lithium Batteries: Target Products".)
When transporting primary lithium battery by cargo aircraft, indicate that transportation by passenger aircraft is forbidden
on the exterior box.
Appendix 2-3-2 Target Products
All NC products for which the lithium batteries are used are subject to the regulation.
(Refer to the table "Transportation Restrictions for Lithium Batteries: Target Products".)
Appendix 2-3-3 Handling by User
The "Transportation Restrictions for Lithium Batteries: Outline of Regulation" described above is solely Mitsubishi's opinion.
The shipper must confirm orders of "Transportation Restrictions for Lithium Batteries: Reference" described below for
transportation method corresponding the regulation.
These should be checked by the company commissioned for the actual lithium battery transportation.
(1) Indication of exterior box
When transporting primary lithium battery by cargo aircraft, indicate that transportation by passenger aircraft is forbidden
on the exterior box.
Display example
PRIMARY LITHIUM BATTERIES
FORBIDDEN FOR TRANSPORT ABOARD PASSENGER AIRCRAFT.
(a)
(b)
The character color must be displayed with contrast. (black characters against white background, black characters
against yellow background, etc.)
The height (size) of characters to be displayed is prescribed depending on the packaging mass. (When the total
mass is over 30kg: at least 12mm, When the total mass is less than 30kg: at least 6mm)
Appendix 2-3-4 Reference
(1)
(2)
49CFR (Code of Federal Regulation, Title49) (173.185 Lithium batteries and cells.)
Search from the following URL.
http://www.gpoaccess.gov/cfr/index.html
DOT regulation body (Department of Transportation)
Search "69fr-75207.pdf" from the following URL.
http://phmsa.dot.gov/hazmat
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Appendix 2 Restrictions for Lithium Batteries
Appendix 2-4 Restriction related to EU Battery Directive
EU Battery Directive (2006/66/EC) has been enforced since September 26th in 2008. Hereby, battery and machinery
incorporating battery marketed in European Union countries must be in compliance with the EU Battery Directive.
Lithium battery provided by MITSUBISHI are subjected to this restriction.
Appendix 2-4-1 Important Notes
Follow the instruction bellow as shipping products incorporating MITSUBISHI device.
(1) When shipping products incorporating MITSUBISHI device any time later than September 26th, 2008, the symbol mark
shown as Figure 1 in section "Information for end-user" is required to be attached on the machinery or on the package.
Also, the explanation of the symbol must be added.
(2) Machinery with battery and maintenance battery produced before the EU Battery Directive are also subjected to the
restriction. When shipping those products to EU countries later than September 26th, 2008, follow the instruction
explained in (1).
Appendix 2-4-2 Information for end-user
Figure 1
Note: This symbol mark is for EU countries only.
This symbol mark is according to the directive 2006/66/EC
Article 20 Information for end-users and Annex II.
Your MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC product is designed and
manufactured with high quality materials and components
which can be recycled and/or reused. This symbol means
that batteries and accumulators, at their end-of-life, should
be disposed of separately from your household waste.
If a chemical symbol is printed beneath the symbol shown
above, this chemical symbol means that the battery or
accumulator contains a heavy metal at a certain
concentration. This will be indicated as follows:Hg: mercury
(0,0005% ), Cd: cadmium (0,002% ), Pb: lead (0,004% )
In the European Union there are separate collection
systems for used batteries and accumulators. Please,
dispose of batteries and accumulators correctly at your
local community waste collection/recycling centre.
Please, help us to conserve the environment we live in!
Appendix 2 - 8
Appendix 3
EMC Installation Guidelines
Appendix 3 - 1
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Appendix 3 EMC Installation Guidelines
Appendix 3-1 Introduction
EMC Instructions became mandatory as of January 1, 1996. The subject products must have a CE mark attached indicating
that the product complies with the Instructions.
As the NC unit is a component designed to control machine tools, it is believed to be out of the direct EMC Instruction subject.
However, we would like to introduce the following measure plans to backup EMC Instruction compliance of the machine tool
as the NC unit is a major component of the machine tools.
[1] Methods for installation in control/operation panel
[2] Methods of wiring cable outside of panel
[3] Introduction of countermeasure parts
Mitsubishi is carrying out tests to confirm the compliance to the EMC Standards under the environment described in this
manual. However, the level of the noise will differ according to the equipment type and layout, control panel structure and
wiring lead-in, etc. Thus, we ask that the final noise level be confirmed by the machine manufacturer.
For measures for CNC, refer to "EMC INSTALLATION GUIDELINES" of each NC Connection Manual.
Appendix 3-2 EMC instructions
The EMC Instructions regulate mainly the following two withstand levels.
Emission ..... Capacity to prevent output of obstructive noise that adversely affects external sources.
Immunity ..... Capacity not to malfunction due to obstructive noise from external sources.
The details of each level are classified as Table 1. It is assumed that the Standards and test details required for a machine are
about the same as these.
Table 1
Class
Emission
Immunity
Name
Details
Radiated noise
Electromagnetic noise radiated through the air
Conductive noise
Electromagnetic noise discharged from power
line
Static electricity electrical
discharge immunity test
Radiated radio-frequency magnetic
field immunity test
Electrical fast transient/burst
immunity test
Immunity to conducted disturbance
induced by radio-frequency
magnetic field
Power supply frequency field
immunity test
Immunity test for voltage dip, shorttime power failure and voltage
fluctuation
Surge immunity test
Appendix 3 - 2
Generic
Standard
Standards for
determining test
and measurement
EN61000-6-4
EN61800-3
(Industrial
environment)
-----
(Example) Withstand level of discharge of
electricity charged in a human body.
(Example) Simulation of immunity from digital
wireless transmitters
(Example) Withstand level of noise from relays
or connecting/disconnecting live wires
(Example) Withstand level of noise entering
through power line, etc.
(Example) 50/60Hz power frequency noise
EN61000-4-2
EN61000-4-3
EN61000-4-4
EN61000-6-2
EN61800-3
(Industrial
environment)
EN61000-4-6
EN61000-4-8
(Example) Power voltage drop withstand level
EN61000-4-11
(Example) Withstand level of noise caused by
lightning
EN61000-4-5
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Appendix 3-3 EMC measures
Appendix 3-3 EMC measures
The main items relating to EMC measures include the following.
[1] Store the device in an electrically sealed metal panel.
[2] Earth all conductors that are floating electrically. (Lower the impedance.)
[3] Wire the power line away from the signal wire.
[4] Use shielded wires for the cables wired outside of the panel.
[5] Install a noise filter.
Ensure the following items to suppress noise radiated outside of the panel.
[1] Securely install the devices.
[2] Use shielded wires.
[3] Increase the panel's electrical seal. Reduce the gap and hole size.
Note that the electromagnetic noise radiated in the air is greatly affected by the clearance of the panel and the
quality of the cable shield.
Appendix 3-4 Measures for panel structure
The design of the panel is a very important factor for the EMC measures, so take the following measures into consideration.
Operation board panel
Door
Control panel
Appendix 3-4-1 Measures for control panel unit
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
Use metal for all materials configuring the panel.
For the joining of the top plate and side plates, etc., mask the contact surface with paint, and fix with welding or
screws.
In either case, keep the joining clearance to a max. of 20cm for a better effect.
Note that if the plate warps due to the screw fixing, etc., creating a clearance, noise could leak from that place.
Plate the metal plate surface (with nickel, tin) at the earthing section, such as the earthing plate.
The max. tolerable hole diameter of the openings on the panel surface, such as the ventilation holes, must be 3cm
to 5cm. If the opening exceeds this size, use a measure to cover it. Note that even when the clearance is less than
3cm to 5cm, noise may still leak if the clearance is long.
Example )
Painting mask
Painting mask
Max. joining
clearance 20cm
Hole exceeding
cm
∼5cm
3cm
to 5cm
* Provide electrical conductan
Appendix 3 - 3
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Appendix 3 EMC Installation Guidelines
Appendix 3-4-2 Measures for door
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
Use metal for all materials configuring the door.
Use an EMI gasket or conductive packing for the contact between the door and control panel unit.
The EMI gasket or conductive packing must contact at a uniform and correct position of the metal surface of the
control panel unit.
The surface of the control panel unit contacted with the EMI gasket or conductive packing must have conductance
treatment.
(Example) Weld (or screw) a plate that is plated (with nickel, tin).
Control panel
EMI gasket
Packing
Door
Carry out conductance treatment on
sections that the EMI gasket contacts.
[5]
As a method other than the above, the control panel unit and door can be connected with a plain braided wire. In
this case, the panel and door should be contacted at as many points as possible.
Appendix 3-4-3 Measures for operation board panel
[1]
[2]
[3]
Always connect the operation board and indicator with an earthing wire.
If the operation board panel has a door, use an EMI gasket or conductive packing between the door and panel to
provide electrical conductance in the same manner as the control panel.
Connect the operation board panel and control panel with a sufficiently thick and short earthing wire.
Appendix 3-4-4 Shielding of the power supply input section
[1]
[2]
Separate the input power supply section from other parts in the control panel so that the input power supply cable
will not be contaminated by radiated noise.
Do not lead the power line through the panel without passing it through a filter.
Control panel
Control panel
Drive unit
Drive unit
Radiated
noise
Radiated
noise
Power
line filter
Breaker
Shielding
plate
AC input
The power supply line noise is eliminated
by the filter, but cable contains noise
again because of the noise radiated in the
control panel.
Appendix 3 - 4
Power
line filter
Breaker
AC input
Use a metal plate, etc., for the shielding
partition. Make sure not to create a
clearance.
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Appendix 3-5 Measures for various cables
Appendix 3-5 Measures for various cables
The various cables act as antennas for the noise and discharge the noise externally. Thus appropriate treatment is required to
avoid the noise.
The wiring between the drive unit and motor act as an extremely powerful noise source, so apply the following measures.
Appendix 3-5-1 Measures for wiring in panel
[1]
If the cables are led unnecessarily in the panel, they will easily pick up the radiated noise. Thus, keep the wiring
length as short as possible.
Noise
Device
[2]
Noise
Device
Device
Device
Device
Device
The noise from other devices will enter the cable and be discharged externally, so avoid internal wiring near the
openings.
Control panel
Device
Device
Control panel
Device
Device
Noise
[3]
Connect the control device earthing terminal and earthing plate with a thick wire. Take care to the leading of the
wire.
Appendix 3-5-2 Measures for shield treatment
Common items
Use of shield clamp fittings is recommended for treating the shields. The fittings are available as options, so order as
required. (Refer to the section "Shield clamp fitting" in this chapter.)
Clamp the shield at a position within 10cm from the panel lead out port.
1. When leading the cables, including the grounding wire (FG), outside of the panel, clamp the
cables near the panel outlet (recommendation: within 10cm).
POINT
2. When using a metal duct or conduit, the cables do not need to be clamped near the panel
outlet.
3. When leading cables not having shields outside the panel, follow the instructions given for
each cable. (Installation of a ferrite core, etc., may be required.)
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Appendix 3 EMC Installation Guidelines
Appendix 3-5-3 Servo/spindle motor power cable
Controlpanel
Control panel
Earth with paint mask
Conduit connector
Earth with P or U clip
Cannon
connector
To drive unit
Cannon
connector
To drive unit
Conduit
Servomotor
Shield cable
Servomotor
Cabtyre cable
Using shield cable
Using conduit
Power cable for servo motor
Control panel
Control panel
Earth with P or U clip
Earth with paint mask
Conduit connector
Terminal box
Terminal box
To drive unit
To drive unit
Conduit
Spindle motor
Shield cable
Cabtyre cable
Using shield cable
Using conduit
Power cable for spindle motor
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
Use four wires (3-phase + earthing) for the power cable that are completely shielded and free from breaks.
Earth the shield on both the control panel side and motor chassis side.
Earth the shield with a metal P clip or U clip.
(A cable clamp fitting can be used depending on the wire size.)
Directly earth the shield. Do not solder the braided shield onto a wire and earth the end of the wire.
Solder [5]
[6]
[7]
When not using a shield cable for the power cable, use a conventional cabtyre cable. Use a metal conduit outside
the cable.
Earth the power cable on the control panel side at the contact surface of the conduit connector and control panel.
(Mask the side wall of the control panel with paint.)
Follow the treatment shown in the example for the conduit connector to earth the power cable on the motor side.
(Example: Use a clamp fitting, etc.)
Clamp fitting
To earthing
Conduit
Conduit connector Appendix 3 - 6
Cannon connector
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Appendix 3-6 EMC countermeasure parts
Appendix 3-5-4 Servo/spindle motor feedback cable
Use a shield pair cable for feed back cable of the servo motor to earth on NC side (inside the control panel.) Mounting a ferrite
core directly behind the unit connector is also effective in suppressing noise.
Control panel
Cannon connector
To drive unit
Batch shield pair cable
Feed back cable for servomotor
Appendix 3-6 EMC countermeasure parts
Appendix 3-6-1 Shield clamp fitting
The effect can be enhanced by connecting the cable directly to the earthing plate. Install an earthing plate near each panel's
outlet (within 10cm), and press the cable against the earthing plate with the clamp fitting. If the cables are thin, several can be
bundled and clamped together. Securely earth the earthing plate with the frame ground. Install directly on the cabinet or
connect with an earthing wire.
Peel the cable sheath at the clamp section.
Cable
Earthing plate
Cable
40
Clamp fitting
(Fitting A, B)
Shield sheath
View of clamp section
࡮Outline drawing
Earthing plate
Clamp fitting
17.5
2- Ǿ5 hole
30
Installation hole
A
24+0.3
0
35
6
7
3
0
24 - 0.2
C
Br0.3
L1
L2
0QVG
6
M4 screw
22
35
11
[Unit: mm]
(Note 1) Screw hole for wiring to earthing plate in cabinet.
(Note 2) The earthing plate thickness is 1.6mm.
Ground Plate #D
Ground Plate #E
Clamp fitting A
Clamp fitting B
A
100
70
B
86
56
C
30
-
L1 (maximum dimension when it is open)
25
12
Enclosed fittings
Clamp fitting A x 2
Clamp fitting B x 1
L2 (reference dimension)
(77)
(54)
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Appendix 3 EMC Installation Guidelines
Appendix 3-6-2 Ferrite core
A ferrite core is integrated and mounted on the plastic case. Quick installation is possible without cutting the interface cable or
power cable. This ferrite core is effective against common mode noise, allowing measures against noise to be taken without
affecting the signal quality.
Recommended ferrite core
TDK ZCAT Series
[Unit: mm]
Shape and dimensions
ZCAT type
ZCAT-A type
ǾD
A
E
B
ǾC
B
ǾC
D
A
Fig.1
Fig.2
ZCAT-C type
ZCAT-B type
A
E
A
Fig.3
Part name
Fig
ǾD
B
ǾC
ǾD
ǾC
B
Fig.4
A
B
C
D
E
Applicable
cable outline
Mass
Recommended
ferrite core
◎
ZCAT3035-1330(-BK)*1
1
39
34
13
30
-
13
63
ZCAT2035-0930-M(-BK)
ZCAT2017-0930-M(-BK)
ZCAT2749-0430-M(-BK)
2
3
4
35
21
49
29
17
27
13
9
4.5
23.5
20
19.5
22
28.5
-
10 to 13
9
4.5
29
12
26
*1 A fixing band is enclosed when shipped.
ZCAT-B type: Cabinet fixed type, installation hole ø4.8 to 4.9mm, plate thickness 0.5 to 2mm
ZCAT-C type: Structured so that it cannot be opened easily by hand once closed.
Appendix 3-6-3 Power line filter
< Power line filter for 200V >
HF3000A-TM Series for 200V
■ Features
(a) 3-phase 3-wire type (250V series, 500V series)
(b) Compliant with noise standards German Official Notice Vfg243,
EU Standards EN55011 (Class B)
(c) Effective for use with IGBT inverter and MOS-FET inverter.
(d) Easy mounting with terminal block structure, and outstanding reliability.
■ Application
(a) Products which must clear noise standards German Official Notice
Vfg243 and EU Standards EN55011 (Class B).
(b) For input of power converter using advanced high-speed power device
such as IGBT MOS-FET.
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Appendix 3-6 EMC countermeasure parts
■ Specifications (250V series)
Part name
Rated
voltage
Rated
current
Leakage
current
HF3005A HF3010A HF3015A HF3020A HF3030A HF3040A HF3050A HF3060A HF3080A HF3100A HF3150A
-TM
-TM
-TM
-TM
-TM
-TM
-TM
-TM
-TM
-TM
-TM
250V AC
5A
10A
15A
20A
30A
40A
50A
60A
80A
100A
150A
1.5mA MAX 250V AC 60Hz
<Example of measuring voltage at noise terminal>•••Measured with IGBT inverter
German Official Notice Vfg243 measurement data
<Typical characteristics>
EU Standards EN55011 (Class B) measurement data
40A item
<Circuit diagram>
(250V Series)
(500V Series)
■ Outline dimensions
Model
HF3005A-TM
HF3010A-TM
HF3015A-TM
HF3020A-TM
HF3030A-TM
HF3040A-TM
HF3050A-TM
HF3060A-TM
HF3080A-TM
HF3100A-TM
HF3150A-TM
Dimension [Unit: mm]
A
B
C
180
170
130
260
155
140
290
190
170
230
405
220
570
230
210
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MX13 Series 3-phase high attenuation noise filter for 200V
■ Features
(a) Perfect for mounting inside control panel: New shape with uniform height and depth dimensions
(b) Easy mounting and maintenance work: Terminals are centrally located on the front
(c) Complaint with NC servo and AC servo noise: High attenuation of 40dB at 150KHz
(d) Safety Standards:UL1283, CSAC22.2 No.8, EN60939(SEMKO)
(e) Patent and design registration pending
■ Specifications
Item
1
2
5
Rated voltage (AC)
Rated current (AC)
Test voltage
(AC for one minute across terminal and case)
Insulation resistance
(500VDC across terminal and case)
Leakage current (250V, 60Hz)
6
DC resistance
7
Temperature rise
8
Working ambient temperature
9
Working ambient humidity
10
Storage ambient temperature
11
12
Storage ambient humidity
Mass (typ)
3
4
(Note)
MX13030
30A
Type
MX13050
MX13100
3-phase 250VAC (50/60Hz)
50A
100A
MX13150
150A
2500VAC (100mA) at 25°C, 70% RH
100MΩ min. at 25°C, 70% RH
3.5mA max
30mΩ max
8mA max
11mΩ max
5.5mΩ max
3.5mΩ max
30°C max
–25°C to +85°C
30% to 95% RH (non condensing)
2.8kg
–40°C to +85°C
10% to 95% RH (non condensing)
3.9kg
11.5kg
16kg
This is the value at Ta ≦ 50°C.
Refer to the following output derating for Ta > 50°C.
Contact: Densei-lambda Co., Ltd. Telephone: 03-3447-4411 (+81-3-3447-4411)
Fax: 03-3447-7784 (+81-3-3447-7784) http://www.densei-lambda.com
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Appendix 3-6 EMC countermeasure parts
■ Example of using MX13 Series
This is a noise filter with the same dimensions as the drive unit depth (200mm) and height (380mm).
This unit can be laid out easily in the device by arraigning it in a row with the servo unit.
As with the servo unit, the terminals are arranged on the front enabling ideal wire lead-out.
Refer to the following figure for details.
[Unit:mm]
Wire to 3-phase power supply
Noise filter input terminal
200
Noise filter
(MX13 Series)
380
Noise filter output terminal
Servo unit
Servo input terminal
Wire from noise filter to servo
Noise terminal voltage
[dBuV]
Noise terminal voltage
[dBuV]
■ Example of noise terminal voltage attenuation
Frequency [MHz]
Frequency [MHz]
EMI data for independent control panel
(with six-axis servo unit mounted)
EMI data for control panel + noise filter (MX13030)
Current (%)
■ Output derating
Ambient temperature Ta (Υ)
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■ Outline dimension drawings
MX13030, MX13050
(Installation hole)
[Unit: mm]
MX13030
66
45
10.5
50
13
10
177
M4 screw
70
M4 screw
195
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
MX13050
81
55
13
67
16
13
179
M6 screw
85
M6 screw
200
MX13100, MX13150
(Installation hole)
(Installation hole)
[Unit: mm]
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
Appendix 3 - 12
MX13100
130
90
20
115
37.5
18
174
M6 screw
21
37.5
115
276
MX13150
165
110
27.5
150.5
57.5
23
176
M8 screw
27
56.5
149.5
284
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Appendix 3-6 EMC countermeasure parts
Appendix 3-6-4 Surge protector
Insert a surge protector in the power input section to prevent damage to the control panel or power supply unit, etc. caused by
the surge (lightning or sparks, etc.) applied on the AC power line.
Use a surge protector that satisfies the following electrical specifications.
< Surge protector for 200V >
200V R•A•V-BYZ Series (for protection between lines)
Part name
Circuit
voltage
50/60Hz
RAV-781BYZ-2
3AC 250V
(Note)
Maximum
tolerable
circuit
voltage
300V
Clamp
voltage
783V ± 10%
Surge
withstand
level
8/20 µs
2500A
Surge
withstand
voltage
1.2/50 µs
20kV
Electrostatic
capacity
Service
temperature
75pF
-20 to 70°C
Refer to the manufacturer's catalog for details on the surge protector's characteristics and specifications.
Outline dimension drawings
Circuit diagram
(1)Black (2)Black (3)Black
28. 5r1
5. 5r1
11r1
[ Unit : mm ]
28r1
4. 5r0. 5
200 +30
-0
UL -1015 AWG16
41r1
200V R•A•V-BXZ Series (for protection between line and earth)
Part name
Circuit
voltage
50/60Hz
RAV-781BXZ-4
3AC 250V
Clamp
voltage
1700V ± 10%
Surge
withstand
level
8/20 µs
2500A
Surge
withstand
voltage
1.2/50 µs
2kV
Electrostatic
capacity
Service
temperature
75pF
-20 to 70°C
Refer to the manufacturer's catalog for details on the surge protector's characteristics and specifications.
Circuit diagram
Outline dimension drawings
(1)Black (2)Black (3)Black
U
Green
28.5r1
5.5r1
11r1
[Unit:mm]
UL-1015 AWG16
4.5r0.5
28r1
+30
200 -0
(Note)
Maximum
tolerable
circuit
voltage
300V
41r1
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< Surge protector for both between phases and between phase and earth >
■ Features
This surge protector can protect both between phases and between phase and earth.
This contains a fuse and has windows to check malfunction or device degradation.
■ Specifications
LT-C Series 200V
Circuit
voltage
50/60Hz
Part name
LT-C32G801WS 3AC 250Vrms
(Note)
Maximum
tolerable
circuit voltage
275Vrms
AC operation
start voltage
(between line
and earth)
560V ± 20%
AC operation
start voltage
(between
lines)
410V ± 20%
Voltage
protection
level
(Up)
1.5kV
Nominal
discharge
current
(8/20µs)
2500A
Maximum
discharge
current
(8/20µs)
5000A
Refer to the manufacturer's catalog for details on the surge protector's characteristics and specifications, etc.
■ Outline dimensions
Outline dimension drawings
Circuit diagram
Status indicator
Black
Wire (line)
Wire (earth)
[Unit: mm]
Contact: Soshin Electric Co., Ltd. Telephone: 03-5730-8001 (+81-3-5730-8001)
http://www.soshin.co.jp
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Green Black
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Appendix 3-6 EMC countermeasure parts
< Example of surge protector installation >
An example of installing the surge protector in the machine control panel is shown below.
A short-circuit fault will occur in the surge protector if a surge exceeding the tolerance is applied. Thus, install a circuit
protector in the stage before the surge protector. Note that almost no current flows to the surge protector during normal
use, so a circuit protector installed as the circuit protection for another device can be used for the surge protector.
Transformer
Circuit
protector
NC unit
Other device
(panel power
supply, etc.)
Contactor
Factory power
Panel earth
leakage
breaker
Control panel
(relay panel,
etc.)
MC
Circuit
protector
AC reactor
drive unit
Input
power
A
Other device
(panel power
supply, etc.)
Circuit
protector
(1) Surge protector
(Protection across phases)
B
(2) Surge protector
(Protection across each phase's grounding)
Grounding
Grounding plate
Installing the surge absorber
1. The wires from the surge protector should be connected without extensions.
2. If the surge protector cannot be installed just with the enclosed wires, keep the wiring
CAUTION
length of A and B to 2m or less. If the wires are long, the surge protector's performance may
drop and inhibit protection of the devices in the panel.
3. Surge protector to be selected varies depending on input power voltage.
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Appendix 3 - 16
Appendix 4
Compliance with Restrictions in China
Appendix 4 - 1
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Appendix 4 Compliance with Restrictions in China
Appendix 4-1 Compliance with China CCC certification system
Appendix 4-1-1 Outline of China CCC certification system
The Safety Certification enforced in China included the "CCIB Certification (certification system based on the "Law of the
People’s Republic of China on Import and Export Commodity Inspection" and "Regulations on Implementation of the Import
Commodities Subject to the Safety and Quality Licensing System" enforced by the State Administration of Import and Export
Commodity Inspection (SACI) on import/export commodities, and the "CCEE Certification" (certification system based on
"Product Quality Certification Management Ordinance" set forth by the China Commission for Conformity Certification of
Electrical Equipment (CCEE) on commodities distributed through China.
CCIB Certification and CCEE Certification were merged when China joined WTO (November 2001), and were replaced by the
"China Compulsory Product Certification" (hereinafter, CCC Certification) monitored by the State General Administration of
Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine (AQSIQ) of the People's Republic of China.
The CCC Certification system was partially enforced from May 2002, and was fully enforced from May 2003. Target
commodities which do not have CCC Certification cannot be imported to China or sold in China. (Indication of the CCIB or
CCEE mark has been eliminated from May 1, 2003.)
CCIB: China Commodity Inspection Bureau
CCEE: China Commission for Conformity Certification of Electrical Equipment
CCC: China Compulsory Certification
Appendix 4-1-2 First catalogue of products subject to compulsory product certification
The First Catalogue of Products subject to Compulsory Product Certification, covering 132 items (19 categories) based on the
CCIB products (104 items), CCEE products (107 items) and CEMC products (Compulsory EMC Certification products) was
designated on December 3, 2001.
Class
1
2
Product catalogue
Electric Wires and Cables (5 items)
Switches, Installation protective and connection devices (6 items)
Low-voltage Electrical Apparatus (9 items)
Class
5
6
Compulsory Certification
Regulations
Circuit-breakers (including RCCB, RCBO, MCB)
8
Low-voltage switchers
(disconnectors, switch-disconnectors, and fuse-combination devices.
Other protective equipment for circuits
(Current limiting devices, circuits protective devices, over current
protective devices, thermal protectors, over load relays, low-voltage
electromechanical contactors and motor starters)
Relays (36V < Voltage ≦ 1000V)
3
Other switches
(Switches for appliances, vacuum switches, pressure switches,
proximity switches, foot switches, thermal sensitive switches,
hydraulic switches, push-button switches, position limit switches,
micro-gap switches, temperature sensitive switches,
travel switches, change-over switches, auto-change-over switches,
knife switches)
7
9
10
11
CNCA -01C -011: 2001
(Switch and Control
Equipment)
CNCA -01C -012: 2001
(Installation Protective
Equipment)
Other devices
(contactors, motor starters, indicator lights, auxiliary contact
assemblies, master controllers, A.C. Semiconductor motor
controllers and starters)
Product catalogue
Electric tools
(16 items)
Welding machines
(15 items)
Household and similar
(18 items)
electrical appliances
Audio and video
(16 items)
equipment
Information technology
(12 items)
equipment
Lighting apparatus
(2 items)
Telecommunication
terminal equipment
(9 items)
13
14
15
16
17
Motor vehicles and
Safety Parts
Tyres
Safety Glasses
Agricultural Machinery
Latex Products
Medical Devices
18
Fire Fighting Equipment (3 items)
19
Detectors for Intruder
Alarm Systems
12
(4 items)
(4 items)
(3 items)
(1 item)
(1 item)
(7 items)
(1 item)
Earth leakage protectors
Fuses
Low-voltage switchgear
4
Small power motors (1 item)
(Note)
(Note)
Appendix 4 - 2
CNCA-01C-010:2001
(Low-voltage switchgear)
CNCA-01C-013:2001
(Small power motors)
When the servomotor or the spindle motor of which output is 1.1kW or less (at 1500 r/min) is used, NC could
have been considered as a small power motor. However, CQC (China Quality Certification Center) judged it is
not.
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Appendix 4-1 Compliance with China CCC certification system
Appendix 4-1-3 Precautions for shipping products
As indicated in Appendix 7-1-2, NC products are not included in the First Catalogue of Products subject to Compulsory
Product Certification. However, the Customs Officer in China may judge that the product is subject to CCC Certification just
based on the HS Code.(Note2)
NC cannot be imported if its HS code is used for the product subject to CCC Certification. Thus, the importer must apply
for a "Certification of Exemption" with CNCA.(Note3) Refer to Appendix 7-1-4. Application for Exemption for details on
applying for an exemption.
(Note 1) The First Catalogue of Products subject to Compulsory Product Certification (Target HS Codes) can be
confirmed at http://www.cqc.com.cn/Center/html/60gonggao.htm.
(Note 2) HS Code: Internationally unified code (up to 6 digits) assigned to each product and used for customs.
(Note 3) CNCA: Certification and Accreditation Administration of People's Republic of China
(Management and monitoring of certification duties)
Appendix 4-1-4 Application for exemption
Following "Announcement 8" issued by the Certification and Accreditation Administration of the People's Republic of China
(CNCA) in May 2002, a range of products for which application for CCC Certification is not required or which are exempt from
CCC marking has been approved for special circumstances in production, export and management activities.
An application must be submitted together with materials which prove that the corresponding product complies with the
exemption conditions. Upon approval, a "Certification of Exemption" shall be issued.
<Range of products for which application is exempt>
Range of products not requiring application
(a) Items brought into China for the personal use by the foreign embassies, consulates, business agencies and
visitors
(Excluding products purchased from Service Company for Exporters)
(b) Products presented on a government-to-government basis, presents
(c) Exhibition products (products not for sale)
(d) Special purpose products (e.g., for military use)
Products not requiring application for CCC Certification are not required to be CCC marked or certified.
Range of products for which application is exempted
(e) Products imported or manufactured for research and development and testing purposes
(f) Products shipped into China for integration into other equipment destined for 100% re-export to a destination
outside of China
(g) Products for 100% export according to a foreign trade contract (Excluding when selling partially in China or reimporting into China for sales)
(h) Components used for the evaluation of an imported product line
(i) The products imported or manufactured for the service (service and repairs) to the end-user. Or the spare
parts for the service (service and repairs) of discontinued products.
(j) Products imported or manufactured for research and development, testing or measurements
(k) Other special situations
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Appendix 4 Compliance with Restrictions in China
The following documents must be prepared to apply for an exemption of the "Import Commodity Safety and Quality
License" and "CCC Certification".
(1) Formal Application
(a) Relevant introduction and description of the company.
(b) The characteristics of the products to be exempted.
(c) The reason for exemption and its evidence (ex. customs handbook).
(d) The name, trademark, quantity, model and specification of the products to be exempted. (Attach a detail listing
of these items for a large quantity of products. When importing materials for processing and repair equipments,
submit a list of the importing materials for each month and repair equipments.)
(e) Guarantee for the safety of the products; self-declaration to be responsible for the safety during the
manufacturing and use.
(f) To be responsible for the authenticity and legitimacy of the submitted documents. Commitment to assist CNCA
to investigate on the authenticity of the documents (When CNCA finds it necessary to investigate on the
authenticity of the documents.)
(2) Business license of the company (Copy)
(3) Product compliance declaration
Indicate which standard’s requirements the products comply with or submit a test report (Copy is acceptable. The
report can be prepared in a manufacturer’s laboratory either at home or overseas.)
(4) Import license (Only if an import license is needed for this product. Copy is acceptable.)
(5) Quota certificate (Only if a quota certificate is needed for this product. Copy is acceptable.)
(6) Commercial contract (Copy is acceptable.)
(7) If one of item (4), (5) or (6) cannot be provided, alternative documents, such as bill of lading, the invoice, and other
evidential documents must be submitted.
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Appendix 4-1 Compliance with China CCC certification system
Appendix 4-1-5 Mitsubishi NC product subject to/not subject to CCC certification
The state whether or not Mitsubishi NC products are subject to the CCC Certification is indicated below, based on the "First
Catalogue of Products subject to Compulsory Product Certification" issued by the State General Administration of Quality
Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine (AQSIQ) of the People's Republic of China and the Certification and Accreditation
Administration of the People's Republic of China (CNCA) on July 1, 2002.
Model
Power supply unit
Servo/spindle drive unit
Servo/spindle
NC
Display unit
China HS Code (Note 1)
85044090
85371010
85015100
85015200
-
Judgment on whether or not subject to CCC Certification
Not subject to CCC Certification
Not subject to CCC Certification
Not subject to CCC Certification
Not subject to CCC Certification
(Note 1) The China HS Code is determined by the customs officer when importing to China. The above HS Codes are
set based on the HS Codes used normally when exporting from Japan.
(Note 2) Reference IEC Standards are used as the actual IEC Standards may not match the GB Standards in part
depending on the model.
Whether or not the NC products are subject to CCC Certification was judged based on the following five items.
(a) Announcement 33 (Issued by AQSIQ and CNCA in December 2001)
(b) HS Codes for the products subject to CCC Certification (Export Customs Codes)
* HS Codes are supplementary materials used to determine the applicable range. The applicable range may not be
determined only by these HS Codes.
(c) GB Standards (This is based on the IEC Conformity, so check the IEC. Note that some parts are deviated.)
(d) Enforcement regulations, and products specified in applicable range of applicable standards within
(e) "Products Excluded from Compulsory Certification Catalogue" (Issued by CNCA, November 2003)
Reference
• Outline of China's New Certification System (CCC Mark for Electric Products), Japan Electrical
Manufacturers' Association
• Outline of China's New Certification System (CCC Mark for Electric Products) and Electric Control
Equipment, Nippon Electric Control Equipment Industries Association
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Appendix 4 Compliance with Restrictions in China
Appendix 4-2 Response to the China environment restrictions
Appendix 4-2-1 Outline of the law on the pollution prevention and control for electronic
information products
Ministry of Information Industry (information industry ministry) issued this law on Feb.28, 2006 (Note) (effective from Mar.1,
2007.) in order to protect the environment and the health of the people with restricting and reducing the environmental
pollution caused by the electronic information product wastes. The restrictions are applied to containing lead (Pb),
hydrargyrum (Hg), cadmium (Cd), hexavalent chromium (Cr (VI)), polybrominated biphenyl (PBB) and polybrominated
diphenyl ether (PBDE) in two stages.
(Note)For the details, refer to the following.
http://www.mii.gov.cn/art/2006/03/02/art_524_7343.html
(1) First stage: Requirement of indicating contained substance
The producer and importer of the electronic information product are required to indicate the hazardous substance. The
concrete categories of the products belonging in the following eleven main categories are described as subjected
product list (electronic information product category note).
• Radar device • Communication device • Radio/TV device industry product • Computer product
• Consumer-electronics device • Electronic measuring apparatus
• Electronics industry dedicated device • Electronic parts • Electronics device
• Electronics application product • Electronics dedicated material
(2) Second stage: Suppressing the amount of contained substances and compulsory CCC Certification
The product listed in the "Electronic information product pollution priority control list" cannot be sold in China unless it
conforms to the Compulsory Product Certification System (CCC Certification) and its cadmium usage is suppressed to
0.01w% and other substances usage less than 0.1w%. Note that the timing when this is effective is unmentioned.
Appendix 4-2-2 Response to the drive product for Mitsubishi NC
The drive product for NC has no items falling under the subjected product list (electronic information product
category note). However, for use with the drive product included in the subjected product or for treating the product
properly, information based on the law on the pollution prevention and control for electronic information products
are described in the section "Appendix 4-2-3" for reference.
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Appendix 4-2 Response to the China environment restrictions
Appendix 4-2-3 Indication based on "Pollution suppression marking request for electronic
information product"
(1) Electronic information product pollution suppression marking
Note: This symbol mark is for China only.
This marking indicates the environmental protection expiration date applied to the electronic information products sold in
China according to the law on the pollution prevention and control for electronic information products issued on Feb.28,
2006. As long as you keep safety for this product and follow the precautions for use, there are no serious effects on the
environment pollution, human body or property within its term reckoned from the manufacturing date.
(Note) Equate the environmental protection expiration date of consumables, such as enclosed battery and cooling fan,
with the product life. When disposing the product after using it properly, obey each local laws and restrictions for
collecting and recycling of the electronic information product.
(2) The names of contained six hazardous substances and the parts containing them
The names of six substances contained in this product and the parts containing them are shown below.
Parts name
Drive unit
Servo motor/spindle motor
Dedicated options (cable/connector)
Dedicated Options (detector/AC reactor)
Dedicated Options (battery)
**:
-:
Toxic/hazardous substance or element
Hexavalent
Cadmium
chromium
(PBB)
(Cd)
(Cr (VI))
**
**
**
**
**
**
**
**
**
**
**
**
**
Lead
(Pb)
Hydrargyrum
(Hg)
(PBDE)
-
**
**
**
**
**
**
**
**
**
**
This mark means that toxic/hazardous substance content in all homogeneous materials of corresponding parts
does not exceed the standard specified in the standard of SJ/T11363-2006.
This mark means that toxic/hazardous substance content in the homogeneous materials of corresponding parts
exceeds the standard specified in the standard of SJ/T11363-2006.
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Appendix 4 - 8
Revision History
Revision details
Date of revision
Jun. 2008
Manual No.
IB(NA)1500891-B
First edition created.
Oct. 2010
IB(NA)1500891-C
- "Outline for MDS-DM Series Instruction Manual (IB-1500893-C) was added.
- Corresponding to MDS-DM-SPV2F/SPV3F.
- Specifications list of servo motor and spindle motor were revised.
- Corresponding spindle motor was corrected.
- List of servo drive unit and spindle drive unit were revised.
- "Unit outline dimension drawing" was added.
- "AC reactor outline dimension drawing" was added.
- "D/A output specifications" was changed to "Diagnosis function".
- "Function specifications" (function specifications list and explanation of each
function) were added.
- "Machine accuracy" and "Flange of servo motor" were added.
- Power supply unit was added to the list of "Heating value".
- Explanation of the system establishment in the full closed loop control was
added.
- "FCU6-BTBOX-36" was changed to "MDS-BTBOX-36".
- The system configuration of "Converged battery option" was revised.
- Notes were added to "Spindle options" and "Spindle side ABZ pulse output
detector".
- The following spindle options were added.
TS5690 Series, ERM280, MPCI Series
- The following detector interface units were added.
MDS-EX-SR, EIB192M, EIB392M, ADB-20J Series
- ERM280 and APE391M were deleted.
- Optical communication repeater unit (FCU7-EX022) was added.
- Each cables for battery box and for MDS-EX-SR were added.
- Note was added to "Servo detector cable and connector".
- Input and output circuit diagram in "Relay" was corrected .
- "Selection" was revised.
- "Cable and Connector Specifications" was revised.
- "Restrictions for Lithium Batteries" was revised.
- "EMC Installation Guidelines" was added.
- "Global Service Network" was revised.
- The outline dimension drawings were deleted form this manual.
For the outline dimension drawings, refer to "DRIVE SYSTEM DATA BOOK
(IB-1500273(ENG))".
- Miswrite is corrected.
Sep. 2012
IB(NA)1500891-D
- Corresponding to MDS-DM-SPV3F-200120.
- HF354 and HF453 were added.
- "OSA105-ET2" was replaced by "OSA105ET2A".
- "OSA166-ET2" was replaced by "OSA166ET2NA".
- "Introduction" was revised.
- MDS-A-BT was deleted.
- "Handling of our product" was added.
- "System configuration" and "Explanation of type" were revised.
- "Specifications list" and "Drive unit" were revised.
- Function specifications list was revised.
Date of revision
Sep. 2012
Manual No.
IB(NA)1500891-D
Revision details
- "Power regeneration control", "Resistor regeneration control", "Fan stop
detection", "Open-phase detection", "Contactor weld detection" and "Power
supply voltage display function" were added in "Function specifications".
- "Variable speed loop gain control", "Vertical axis drop prevention/pull-up
control" and "Monitor output function" were revised.
- "Machine accuracy", "Installation of servo motor", "Dynamic brake
characteristics", "Spindle motor" and "Heating value" were revised.
- SAM/SVAM/GAM/LAM Series were added.
- "Battery option", "Spindle options", "Detector interface unit", "Optical
communication repeater unit (FCU7-EX022)" and "Cables and connectors"
were revised.
- "Selection of circuit protector and contactor" and "Relay" were revised.
- "Selection of the servomotor" and "Selection of the power supply unit" were
revised.
- "Cable and Connector Specifications" was revised.
- "Restrictions for Lithium Batteries" was revised.
- "Compliance to EC Directives" was revised.
- Miswrite is corrected.
Global Service Network
AMERICA
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC AUTOMATION INC. (AMERICA FA CENTER)
Central Region Service Center
500 CORPORATE WOODS PARKWAY, VERNON HILLS, ILLINOIS 60061, U.S.A.
TEL: +1-847-478-2500 / FAX: +1-847-478-2650
Michigan Service Satellite
ALLEGAN, MICHIGAN 49010, U.S.A.
TEL: +1-847-478-2500 / FAX: +1-269-673-4092
Ohio Service Satellite
LIMA, OHIO 45801, U.S.A.
TEL: +1-847-478-2500 / FAX: +1-847-478-2650
CLEVELAND, OHIO 44114, U.S.A.
TEL: +1-847-478-2500 / FAX: +1-847-478-2650
Minnesota Service Satellite
ROGERS, MINNESOTA 55374, U.S.A.
TEL: +1-847-478-2500 / FAX: +1-847-478-2650
West Region Service Center
16900 VALLEY VIEW AVE., LAMIRADA, CALIFORNIA 90638, U.S.A.
TEL: +1-714-699-2625 / FAX: +1-847-478-2650
Northern CA Satellite
SARATOGA, CALIFORNIA 95070, U.S.A.
TEL: +1-714-699-2625 / FAX: +1-847-478-2650
East Region Service Center
200 COTTONTAIL LANE SOMERSET, NEW JERSEY 08873, U.S.A.
TEL: +1-732-560-4500 / FAX: +1-732-560-4531
Pennsylvania Service Satellite
ERIE, PENNSYLVANIA 16510, U.S.A.
TEL: +1-814-897-7820 / FAX: +1-814-987-7820
South Region Service Center
1845 SATTELITE BOULEVARD STE. 450, DULUTH, GEORGIA 30097, U.S.A.
TEL +1-678-985-4529 / FAX +1-678-258-4519
Texas Service Satellites
GRAPEVINE, TEXAS 76051, U.S.A.
TEL: +1-817-251-7468 / FAX: +1-817-416-5000
HOUSTON, TEXAS 77001, U.S.A.
TEL: +1-678-258-4529 / FAX: +1-678-258-4519
Florida Service Satellite
WEST MELBOURNE, FLORIDA 32904, U.S.A.
TEL: +1-321-610-4436 / FAX: +1-321-610-4437
Canada Region Service Center
4299 14TH AVENUE MARKHAM, ONTARIO L3R OJ2, CANADA
TEL: +1-905-475-7728 / FAX: +1-905-475-7935
Canada Service Satellite
EDMONTON, ALBERTA T5A 0A1, CANADA
TEL: +1-905-475-7728 / FAX: +1-905-475-7935
Mexico City Service Center
MARIANO ESCOBEDO 69 TLALNEPANTLA, 54030 EDO. DE MEXICO
TEL: +52-55-9171-7662 / FAX: +52-55-9171-7649
Monterrey Service Satellite
MONTERREY, N.L., 64720, MEXICO
TEL: +52-81-8365-4171 / FAX: +52-81-8365-4171
EUROPE
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC EUROPE B.V. (EUROPE FA CENTER)
GOTHAER STRASSE 10, 40880 RATINGEN, GERMANY
TEL: +49-2102-486-0 / FAX: +49-2102-486-5910
Germany Service Center
KURZE STRASSE. 40, 70794 FILDERSTADT-BONLANDEN, GERMANY
TEL: + 49-711-770598-121 / FAX: +49-711-770598-141
France Service Center
25, BOULEVARD DES BOUVETS, 92741 NANTERRE CEDEX FRANCE
TEL: +33-1-41-02-83-13 / FAX: +33-1-49-01-07-25
France (Lyon) Service Satellite
120, ALLEE JACQUES MONOD 69800 SAINT PRIEST FRANCE
TEL: +33-1-41-02-83-13 / FAX: +33-1-49-01-07-25
Italy Service Center
VIALE COLLEONI 7-PALAZZO SIRIO CENTRO DIREZIONALE COLLEONI,
20864 AGRATE BRIANZA MILANO ITALY
TEL: +39-039-6053-342 / FAX: +39-039-6053-206
Italy (Padova) Service Satellite
VIA SAVELLI 24 - 35129 PADOVA ITALY
TEL: +39-039-6053-342 / FAX: +39-039-6053-206
U.K. Service Center
TRAVELLERS LANE, HATFIELD, HERTFORDSHIRE, AL10 8XB, U.K.
TEL: +44-1707-282-846 / FAX: +44-1707-27-8992
Spain Service Center
CTRA. DE RUBI, 76-80-APDO. 420
08190 SAINT CUGAT DEL VALLES, BARCELONA SPAIN
TEL: +34-935-65-2236 / FAX: +34-935-89-1579
Poland Service Center
UL.KRAKOWSKA 50, 32-083 BALICE, POLAND
TEL: +48-12-630-4700 / FAX: +48-12-630-4701
Turkey Service Center
ŞERIFALI MAH. NUTUK SOK. NO.5 34775
ÜMRANIYE / ISTANBUL, TURKEY
TEL: +90-216-526-3990 / FAX: +90-216-526-3995
Czech Republic Service Center
TECHNOLOGICKA 374/6,708 00 OSTRAVA-PUSTKOVEC, CZECH REPUBLIC
TEL: +420-59-5691-185 / FAX: +420-59-5691-199
Russia Service Center
213, B.NOVODMITROVSKAYA STR., 14/2, 127015 MOSCOW, RUSSIA
TEL: +7-495-748-0191 / FAX: +7-495-748-0192
Sweden Service Center
STRANDKULLEN, 718 91 FRÖVI , SWEDEN
TEL: +46-581-700-20 / FAX: +46-581-700-75
Bulgaria Service Center
4 ANDREJ LJAPCHEV BLVD. POB 21, BG-1756 SOFIA, BULGARIA
TEL: +359-2-8176009 / FAX: +359-2-9744061
Ukraine (Kharkov) Service Center
APTEKARSKIY LANE 9-A, OFFICE 3, 61001 KHARKOV, UKRAINE
TEL: +380-57-732-7774 / FAX: +380-57-731-8721
Ukraine (Kiev) Service Center
4-B, M. RASKOVOYI STR., 02660 KIEV, UKRAINE
TEL: +380-44-494-3355 / FAX: +380-44-494-3366
BRAZIL
MELCO CNC do Brasil Comércio e Serviços S.A
Brazil Region Service Center
ACESSO JOSE SARTORELLI, KM 2.1 CEP 18550-000, BOITUVA-SP, BRAZIL
TEL: +55-15-3363-9900 / FAX: +55-15-3363-9911
Belarus Service Center
Nezavisimosti pr.177, 220125 Minsk, Belarus
TEL: +375-17-393-1177 / FAX: +375-17-393-0081
South Africa Service Center
P.O. BOX 9234, EDLEEN, KEMPTON PARK GAUTENG, 1625 SOUTH AFRICA
TEL: +27-11-394-8512 / FAX: +27-11-394-8513
ASEAN
CHINA
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC ASIA PTE. LTD. (ASEAN FA CENTER)
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC AUTOMATION (CHINA) LTD. (CHINA FA CENTER)
Singapore Service Center
307 ALEXANDRA ROAD #05-01/02 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC BUILDING SINGAPORE 159943
TEL: +65-6473-2308 / FAX: +65-6476-7439
China (Shanghai) Service Center
1-3,5-10,18-23/F, NO.1386 HONG QIAO ROAD, CHANG NING QU,
SHANGHAI 200336, CHINA
TEL: +86-21-2322-3030 / FAX: +86-21-2308-2830
China (Ningbo) Service Dealer
China (Wuxi) Service Dealer
China (Jinan) Service Dealer
China (Hangzhou) Service Dealer
China (Wuhan) Service Satellite
Indonesia Service Center
THE PLAZZA OFFICE TOWER, 28TH FLOOR JL.M.H. THAMRIN KAV.28-30, JAKARTA, INDONESIA
TEL: +62-21-2992-2333 / FAX: +62-21-2992-2555
Malaysia (KL) Service Center
60, JALAN USJ 10 /1B 47620 UEP SUBANG JAYA SELANGOR DARUL EHSAN, MALAYSIA
TEL: +60-3-5631-7605 / FAX: +60-3-5631-7636
Malaysia (Johor Baru) Service Center
NO. 16, JALAN SHAH BANDAR 1, TAMAN UNGKU TUN AMINAH, 81300 SKUDAI, JOHOR MALAYSIA
TEL: +60-7-557-8218 / FAX: +60-7-557-3404
Vietnam (Ho Chi Minh) Service Center
UNIT 2408~11, 24TH FLOOR, SAIGON TRADE CENTER, 37 TON DUC THANG STREET,
DISTRICT 1, HO CHI MINH CITY, VIETNAM
TEL: +84-8-3910 5945 / FAX: +84-8-3910 5947
Vietnam (Hanoi) Service Center
SUITE 9-05, 9TH FLOOR, HANOI CENTRAL OFFICE BUILDING, 44B LY THUONG KIET STREET,
HOAN KIEM DISTRICT, HANOI CITY, VIETNAM
TEL: +84-4-3937-8075 / FAX: +84-4-3937-8076
Philippines Service Center
UNIT NO.411, ALABAMG CORPORATE CENTER KM 25. WEST SERVICE ROAD
SOUTH SUPERHIGHWAY, ALABAMG MUNTINLUPA METRO MANILA, PHILIPPINES 1771
TEL: +63-2-807-2416 / FAX: +63-2-807-2417
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC AUTOMATION (THAILAND) CO., LTD. (THAILAND FA CENTER)
BANG-CHAN INDUSTRIAL ESTATE NO.111 SOI SERITHAI 54
T.KANNAYAO, A.KANNAYAO, BANGKOK 10230, THAILAND
TEL: +66-2906-8255 / FAX: +66-2906-3239
Thailand Service Center
898/19,20,21,22 S.V. CITY BUILDING OFFICE TOWER 1, FLOOR 7
RAMA III RD., BANGPONGPANG, YANNAWA, BANGKOK 10120, THAILAND
TEL: +66-2-682-6522 / FAX: +66-2-682-9750
China (Beijing) Service Center
9/F, OFFICE TOWER 1, HENDERSON CENTER, 18 JIANGUOMENNEI DAJIE,
DONGCHENG DISTRICT, BEIJING 100005, CHINA
TEL: +86-10-6518-8830 / FAX: +86-10-6518-3907
China (Beijing) Service Dealer
China (Tianjin) Service Center
B-2 801/802, YOUYI BUILDING, NO.50 YOUYI ROAD, HEXI DISTRICT,
TIANJIN 300061, CHINA
TEL: +86-22-2813-1015 / FAX: +86-22-2813-1017
China (Shenyang) Service Satellite
China (Changchun) Service Satellite
China (Chengdu) Service Center
ROOM 407-408, OFFICE TOWER AT SHANGRI-LA CENTER, NO. 9 BINJIANG DONG ROAD,
JINJIANG DISTRICT, CHENGDU, SICHUAN 610021, CHINA
TEL: +86-28-8446-8030 / FAX: +86-28-8446-8630
China (Shenzhen) Service Center
ROOM 2512-2516, 25/F., GREAT CHINA INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE SQUARE, JINTIAN RD.S.,
FUTIAN DISTRICT, SHENZHEN 518034, CHINA
TEL: +86-755-2399-8272 / FAX: +86-755-8218-4776
China (Xiamen) Service Dealer
China (Dongguan) Service Dealer
KOREA
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC AUTOMATION KOREA CO., LTD. (KOREA FA CENTER)
Korea Service Center
1480-6, GAYANG-DONG, GANGSEO-GU, SEOUL 157-200, KOREA
TEL: +82-2-3660-9602 / FAX: +82-2-3664-8668
INDIA
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC INDIA PVT. LTD.
India Service Center
2nd FLOOR, TOWER A & B, DLF CYBER GREENS, DLF CYBER CITY,
DLF PHASE-III, GURGAON 122 002, HARYANA, INDIA
TEL: +91-124-4630 300 / FAX: +91-124-4630 399
Ludhiana satellite office
Jamshedpur satellite office
India (Pune) Service Center
EMERALD HOUSE, EL-3, J-BLOCK, MIDC BHOSARI. PUNE – 411 026, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA
TEL: +91-20-2710 2000 / FAX: +91-20-2710 2100
Baroda satellite office
Mumbai satellite office
India (Bangalore) Service Center
PRESTIGE EMERALD, 6TH FLOOR, MUNICIPAL NO. 2,
LAVELLE ROAD, BANGALORE - 560 043, KAMATAKA, INDIA
TEL: +91-80-4020-1600 / FAX: +91-80-4020-1699
Chennai satellite office
Coimbatore satellite office
OCEANIA
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC AUSTRALIA LTD.
Australia Service Center
348 VICTORIA ROAD, RYDALMERE, N.S.W. 2116 AUSTRALIA
TEL: +61-2-9684-7269 / FAX: +61-2-9684-7245
Korea Taegu Service Satellite
4F KT BUILDING, 1630 SANGYEOK-DONG, BUK-KU, DAEGU 702-835, KOREA
TEL: +82-53-382-7400 / FAX: +82-53-382-7411
TAIWAN
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC TAIWAN CO., LTD. (TAIWAN FA CENTER)
Taiwan (Taichung) Service Center
NO.8-1, GONG YEH 16TH RD., TAICHUNG INDUSTRIAL PARK, SITUN DIST.,
TAICHUNG CITY 407, TAIWAN R.O.C.
TEL: +886-4-2359-0688 / FAX: +886-4-2359-0689
Taiwan (Taipei) Service Center
10F, NO.88, SEC.6, CHUNG-SHAN N. RD., SHI LIN DIST., TAIPEI CITY 111, TAIWAN R.O.C.
TEL: +886-2-2833-5430 / FAX: +886-2-2833-5433
Taiwan (Tainan) Service Center
11F-1., NO.30, ZHONGZHENG S. ROAD, YONGKANG DISTRICT, TAINAN CITY 710, TAIWAN, R.O.C.
TEL: +886-6-252-5030 / FAX: +886-6-252-5031
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