Siemens NCZ Specifications

System Overview
1
Connection Conditions
2
Design and Installation
3
Description
4
Axis Expansion
5
I/O Modules
6
NCU Terminal Block
7
DMP Compact Modules
8
Maintenance and Service
9
Abbreviations
A
SINUMERIK 810D
Configuration CCU
Equipment Manual
Valid for
Index
Control
SINUMERIK 810D powerline
SINUMERIK 810DE powerline
Edition 03/2006
SINUMERIK® Documentation
Printing history
Brief details of this edition and previous editions are listed below.
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C . . . . . Revised edition with new status.
Edition
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07.96
08.97
12.98
08.99
04.00
10.00
12.01
03.02
11.02
03.05
03.06
Order No.
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Remarks
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C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
Trademarks
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Further information is available in the Internet under:
http://www.siemens.com/motioncontrol
This publication was produced with Interleaf V 7.
Other functions not described in this documentation might be
executable in the control. However, no claim can be made regarding
the availability of these functions when the equipment is first supplied
or in the event of servicing.
We have checked that the contents of this document correspond to
the hardware and software described. Nevertheless, differences
might exist and therefore we cannot guarantee that they are
completely identical. The information given in this publication is
reviewed at regular intervals and any corrections that might be
necessary are made in the subsequent printings. Suggestions for
improvement are also welcome.
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Preface
SINUMERIK
Documentation
The SINUMERIK documentation is subdivided into 3 parts:
S General Documentation
S User documentation
S Manufacturer/Service documentation
A list of documents with the respective available languages is updated on a
monthly basis and is available on the Internet at:
http://www.siemens.com/motioncontrol
Select “Support” → “Technical Documentation → “Overview of Documents”.
The Internet version of the DOConCD (DOConWEB) is available at:
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Information on the training offerings and on FAQs (frequently asked questions)
can be found in the Internet under:
http://www.siemens.com/motioncontrol and menu item “Support”.
Target group
This documentation is intended for:
S Project engineers, electricians and installers
S Maintenance and service personnel
Benefits
The information in this manual enables installation of the SINUMERIK 810D
Numerical Control and measures for maintenance and service.
Standard version
This documentation only describes the functionality of the standard version.
Extensions or changes made by the machine tool manufacturer are documented by the machine tool manufacturer. Other functions not described in this
documentation might be executable in the control. This does not, however,
represent an obligation to supply such functions with an initial delivery or when
servicing.
For the sake of simplicity, this documentation does not contain all detailed information about all types of the product and cannot cover every conceivable case
of installation, operation, or maintenance.
Technical Support
If you have any questions about the control, please contact the hotline:
Europe and Africa time zone
A&D Technical Support
Tel.: +49 (0) 180 / 5050 222
Fax: +49 (0) 180 / 5050-223
Internet: http://www.siemens.com/automation/support-request
E-Mail: mailto:adsupport@siemens.com
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Asia and Australia time zone
A&D Technical Support
Tel.: +86 1064 719 990
Fax: +86 1064 747 474
Internet: http://www.siemens.com/automation/support-request
E-Mail: mailto:adsupport@siemens.com
America time zone
A&D Technical Support
Tel.: +1 423 262 2522
Fax: +1 423 262 2289
Internet: http://www.siemens.com/automation/support-request
E-Mail: mailto:adsupport@siemens.com
Note
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the following internet address:
Enter http://www.siemens.com/automation/service&support
Questions about
the manual
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SINUMERIK
Internet address
http://www.siemens.com/sinumerik
EC Conformity
Declaration
The EC conformity declarations on EMC are to be found at/can be obtained
from:
S in the Internet:
http://www.ad.siemens.de/csinfo
under the product/order no. 15257461
S at the relevant branch office of the A&D MC group of Siemens AG.
Safety instructions
!
iv
This manual contains information which you should observe in order to ensure
your own personal safety, as well to avoid material damage. Notices which are
relevant to your own personal safety are highlighted by a safety alert symbol;
notices which are relevant only to equipment and property damage have no
safety alert symbol. The warnings appear in decreasing order of risk as given
below.
Danger
indicates that death or serious injury will result if proper precautions are not
taken.
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!
!
Warning
indicates that death or serious injury may result if proper precautions are not
taken.
Caution
with a safety alert symbol, indicates that minor personal injury may result if
proper precautions are not taken.
Caution
without a safety alert symbol, indicates that property damage can result if
proper precautions are not taken.
Notice
indicates that an undesirable event or state may arise if the relevant notes are
not observed.
If several hazards of different degrees occur, the hazard with the highest degree
must always be given priority. If a warning note with a warning triangle warns of
personal injury, the same warning note can also contain a warning of material
damage.
Qualified
personnel
Commissioning and operation of the device/equipment/system in question must
only be performed using this documentation. Only qualified personnel should
be allowed to commission and operate the device/system. Qualified persons
are defined as persons who are authorized to commission, to ground, and to tag
circuits, equipment, and systems in accordance with established safety practices and standards.
Intended use
Please note the following:
!
Warning
The equipment may only be used for single purpose applications explicitly
described in the catalog and in the technical description and it may only be
used along with third-party devices and components recommended by
Siemens. To ensure trouble-free and safe operation of the product, it must be
transported, stored and installed as intended and maintained and operated with
care.
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Danger notices
!
Should it be necessary to test or take measurements on live equipment, then
the specifications and procedures defined in Accident Prevention Regulation of
the Berufsgenossenschaft BGV A3 (German employer’s liability insurance
association) must be adhered to, in particular § 8 “Permissible deviations when
working with live components”. Suitable electric tools should be used.
Danger
Operating electrical equipment has parts and components that are at
hazardous voltage levels.
After disconnecting all the supply voltages, a hazardous voltage will be present
in the DC link of all SIMODRIVE modules for another 5 minutes!
See Operating Guide
!
Danger
Repairs to devices that have been supplied by our company must only be
carried out by SIEMENS Customer Service or by repair centers
authorized by SIEMENS. When replacing parts or components, only use
those parts that are included in the spare parts list.
Before opening the equipment, always ensure that the power is off.
EMERGENCY STOP devices complying with EN 60204 (VDE 0113 Part 1)
must remain effective in all automation equipment modes. Resetting the
EMERGENCY STOP device must not cause an uncontrolled or undefined
restart.
Anywhere in the automation equipment where faults might cause major
material damage or even physical injury, in other words, where faults could
be dangerous, additional external precautions must be taken, or facilities
must be provided, that guarantee or enforce a safe operational state, even
when there is a fault (e.g. using an independent limit value switch,
mechanical interlocks etc.)
!
Warning
Connecting cables and signal cables should be installed so that inductive and
capacitive interference does not in any way impair the automation functions.
Warning
The modules contain electrostatically sensitive devices. Discharge yourself of
electrostatic energy before touching the components. The easiest way to do
this is to touch a conductive, grounded object immediately beforehand (for
example, the bare metal part of control cabinet or the protective ground contact
of a socket outlet).
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ESD notices
!
Electrostatically Sensitive Devices
Important
Handling of modules containing devices sensitive to electrostatic discharge:
When handling components which can be destroyed by electrostatic
discharge, it must be ensured that personnel, the workstation and
packaging are well grounded.
Generally, electronic modules must not be touched unless work has to be
carried out on them. Only touch electronic modules after you have
grounded yourself.
Touch components only if:
–
you are constantly grounded via an ESD arm band,
–
ESD-shoes or ESD-shoe grounding strips if there is an ESD floor.
Modules may be placed only on electrically conductive surfaces (table with
ESD top, conductive ESD foam plastic, ESD packing bags, ESD transport
containers).
Keep modules away from visual display units, monitors or TV sets
(minimum distance from screen 10 cm).
Do not bring ESD-sensitive modules into contact with chargeable and
highly-insulating materials, such as plastic, insulating table tops or clothing
made of synthetic materials.
Measurements on modules are allowed only if
–
the measuring instrument is properly grounded (e.g. equipment
grounding conductor), or
–
before measuring with a potential-free measuring instrument, the probe
is briefly discharged (e.g. touch the unpainted metal parts of the control
housing).
Other information
!
Important
This notice indicates important facts that must be taken into consideration.
Note
This note contains additional important information.
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Contents
1
2
3
4
System overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-11
1.1
SINUMERIK 810D powerline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-11
1.2
System configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-12
1.3
Labels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-21
Connection Conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-23
2.1
2.1.1
2.1.2
2.1.3
2.1.4
Supplementary electrical conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Safe isolation to EN 61800-5-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Grounding Concept . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
RI suppression measures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-23
2-24
2-26
2-28
2-29
2.2
2.2.1
2.2.2
Climatic and mechanical environmental conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Transport and storage conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operating conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-31
2-31
2-32
2.3
Technical data of the individual components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-34
2.4
MPI/OPI network rules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-35
Design and Installation of the 810D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-37
3.1
Structure of the SINUMERIK 810D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-37
3.2
3.2.1
Assembly of the SINUMERIK 810D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Alteration for external heat dissipation, 2-axis CCU box . . . . . . . . . . .
3-38
3-43
3.3
Power supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-45
Description of the SINUMERIK 810D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-47
4.1
4.1.1
Components of the SINUMERIK 810D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-47
4-47
4.2
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
Interfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Description of the interfaces, operating and display elements . . . . . .
Cable distributor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-50
4-50
4-52
4-60
4.3
4.3.1
4.3.2
4.3.3
Measuring system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Assignment of measuring systems and motor connection . . . . . . . . .
Encoder systems that can be evaluated . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Measuring channels, indirect and direct measuring system . . . . . . . .
4-63
4-63
4-64
4-66
4.4
Integrated power modules: 3-axis CCU box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-71
4.5
Integrated power modules: 2-axis CCU box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-74
4.6
PLC module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-75
4.7
PCMCIA card (memory card) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-76
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Axis expansion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-77
5.1
Axis expansion plug-in unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-77
5.2
Axis expansion with SIMODRIVE 611D control plug-in unit . . . . . . . .
5-80
I/O Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-83
6.1
Single I/O module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-83
7
NCU terminal block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7-91
8
DMP compact modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-97
8.1
DMP compact module 16I (6FC5111-0CA01-0AA0) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-97
8.2
DMP compact module 16O (6FC5111-0CA02-0AA2) . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-99
8.3
DMP compact module 8O (6FC5111-0CA03-0AA2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-101
8.4
DMP compact module 1I analog (6FC5111-0CA04-0AA0) . . . . . . . . .
8-103
8.5
DMP compact module 1I NC analog (6FC5211-0AA10-0AA0) . . . . . .
8-106
8.6
DMP compact module 1O analog (6FC5111-0CA05-0AA0) . . . . . . . .
8-109
Maintenance and Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9-111
9.1
Battery replacement (6FC5247-0AA18-0AA0) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9-111
A
Abbreviations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
A-113
B
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
B-115
6
9
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System Overview
1.1
SINUMERIK 810D powerline
Since 03.2002
SINUMERIK 810D powerline and
SINUMERIK 810DE powerline
have been available. The following powerline module with improved performance is now available:
Table 1-1
powerline module for SINUMERIK 810D/810DE
Module
Description
CCU3
with additional pulse interface and 2 machining channels
CCU3.4
like CCU3, but with increased NC performance and PLC 314C-2DP
Note
SINUMERIK 810D powerline and SINUMERIK 810DE powerline are delivered
with software version 6.
Earlier software versions of SINUMERIK 810D cannot be run on
SINUMERIK 810D powerline and SINUMERIK 810DE powerline.
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1.2
System configuration
Components
Table 1-2
A fully equipped SINUMERIK 810D consists of different components. These are
listed below.
Components of the 810D in the maximum configuration (without motors)
Component
Mains supply module
(MS)
MLFB
Description
See References:
/PJU/ Configuration
Manual Converters
Power supply module for powering the electronics and drives.
Either unstabilized (OI 5 kW to 28 kW) or stablized as infeed/regenerative feedback module (I/R module) as from 16 kW to 120 kW;
optional filter modules.
6FC5447-0AA00-0AA1
6FC5447-0AA01-0AA0
Module racks for CCU integrated power modules: 1 x 18/36A
(FSD) or 24/32A (MSD) and 2 x 6/12A (FSD), internal heat
dissipation only
Module rack for the CCU integrated power modules: 2 x 9/18/A
(FSD), internal/external heat dissipation
– CCU3.4
6FC5410-0AY03-1AA0
like CCU3 but with PLC 314C-2DP
– CCU3
6FC5410-0AY03-0AA1
6FC5410-0AY03-0AA2
CPU of the 810D contains:
NCK, PLC 315-2DP, communication functions, digital standard
control
SINUMERIK 810D
– CCU box
(3 axes)
– CCU box
(2 axes)
Additional functions:
– 16 MB DRAM, 2.5 MB SRAM
– Handling with 6 axes
– 2nd channel with 6 axes
Operator panel front 1)
Display, keyboard and operation of the 810D
PCU 20/50/70 1)
Makes communication between operator and machine possible
Machine control panel 1)
Operation of PLC-controlled machine functions of 810D
ISA adapter 1)
Permits use of AT modules in conjunction with the PCU
Full CNC keyboard 1)
Full keyboard connectable to PCU
Memory card (PCMCIA)
Slot for PCMCIA card on the CCU.
PCMCIA card for software update (not 810DE).
Floppy disk unit 1)
Cable distributor
Built-in unit for connection to PCU
6FX2006-1BA02
Cable
Connection of two handwheels and two probes to the CCU
References: Catalog NC Z
Axis expansion
plug-in unit left
6FC5412-0FA12-0AA0
For installation in a SIMODRIVE 611 D power module (1-axis) for
axis expansion, place between I/R module and 810D
References: /PJU/, Configuration Manual Converters
Axis expansion
plug-in unit
6FC5412-0FA10-0AA0
For installation in a SIMODRIVE 611 power module (1-axis or
2-axis),
References: /PJU/, Configuration Manual Converters
SIMATIC
components
See http://www.siemens.com/automation/simatic
Single I/O module
6FC5411-0AA00-0AA0
PLC I/O module with 64 inputs and 32 short-circuit-proof outputs
NCU terminal block 1)
6FC5211-0AA00-0AA0
Rapid digital and analog NC I/Os on the drive bus of the
SINUMERIK 810D
Handheld unit 1)
6FX2007-1AC..
Handheld unit with handwheel, EMERGENCY STOP button, keyswitch, override, enabling buttons, display, free keys, connection
via MPI bus and cable distributor
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Component
MLFB
Description
Handheld terminal
(HT 6) 1)
6FC5403-0AA10-0AA0
Handheld unit combining the functions of operator panel front and
MCP, with
– Display,
– Keyboard, enabling buttons, EMERGENCY STOP and override
button
– RS 232 C interface for archiving programs and data
– Connection via cables and distributors to SINUMERIK
810D/840Di/840D and FM357-2H
Distributor box 1)
6FX2006-1BC00
For linking the hand-held unit to the MPI bus. Connection for
EMERGENCY STOP circuit, enable keys, handwheel, 24 V DC
Mini Handheld Unit 1)
6FX2006-1BG00
Small handheld unit for setup and operation on simple machines
for job shop or similar applications.
Use with 810D, 840C, 840D, and FM-NC possible.
The components marked with 1) are described in:
References:
/BH/, Operator Components Manual
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Diskette
unit
ÄÄ
ÄÄ
Handheld
unit
PCU
* POWER
Handheld unit or mini handheld unit or HT 6
SINUMERIK
* TEMP
Operator panel front
HT 6
MPI
cable
MCP
17
QWERTY
keyboard
16
Distributor box
Cable
distributor
Encoder cable
direct
measuring system
Measurement (2x) *)
14
Handwheel (2x)
OI
or
I/R
MSD
810D
FSD
FSD
(CCU3)
14
Axis
expansion
plug-in
unit
15
Motor cable 1x
Motor encoder
cable
Direct measuring
system
(e.g. on the X416)
Fig. 1-1
1-14
2x
2x
1x
Axis
Terminal block
expansion
plug-in
SIMATIC
unit
IM cable
611
power
module
5x
SIMATIC
Profibus I/O
Motors
e.g. 1FNx, 1FEx, 1FKx
Single
I/O module
*) One measurement input can be replaced by a 3rd handwheel
System of the SINUMERIK 810D, for example, the CCU3
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QWERTY
Floppy/interface
Connection on left side of housing
PS/2 mouse
24V power supply
PCI slot
PCI/ISA slot
PCU50
(right side of
housing)
COM1/RS232/PLC
COM2
LPT1/PRINTER
VGA
MPI/DP
USB
PC card
Ethernet
MCP
X20
(Rear view)
or
HHU
HT 6
ÄÄ
ÄÄ
Distributor box
X1
16
MPI bus cable
2
17
X5
X2
X4
CCU 3
1
X3
Measuring probe
Cable distributor
5
3
Handwheel HHU
6
Handwheel
–X102
MPI bus cable
–X307
–X122
Shield
2
PG740 programming device
4
MPI cable
Fig. 1-2
Interface configuration of the SINUMERIK 810D for the MPI bus, HHU, HT 6 and cable distributor
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SIMATIC S7-300 I/O
X2
PS
IM
SMs
SIMATIC S7-300 IM connecting cable
8
8
–X416
–X415
–X414
–X121
–X413
–X412
–X411
CCU3
–X102
1)
–X130
–X307
–X431
MEMORY CARD
–X122
–X111
Single I/O module
8
Connecting cable shielded
–X305 –X304
–X306
Drive bus cable
7
9
Terminal block
Single I/O module
Terminator
Fig. 1-3
1-16
1)
Single I/O module
Pay attention to maximum configuration !!
Interface configuration of the SINUMERIK 810D for PLC I/Os and NCU terminal block
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Connecting
cables
Table 1-3
The following connecting cables are used for the SINUMERIK 810D
Connecting cables for SINUMERIK 810D
No.
MLFB
Description
1
6FX2002-4EA0-10 1)
MPI bus cable from the operator panel front to the MCP and to the
CCU
2
6ES7901-0BF00-0AA0
MPI bus cable from the distributor box (HHU) to the CCU
3
6FX2002-4AA21-10 1)
Connecting cable from distributor box to cable distributor on the CCU
(for the handwheel pulses from the HHU)
4
Included in the scope of
supply of the PG740
MPI bus cable to the PG
5
6FX2002-4AA41-1AB0
Probe connection cable to cable distributor, length: 5 m
6
6FX2002-4AA21-10 1)
Connecting cable for the electronic handwheel to the cable distributor
on the CCU
7
6FX2002-1CB01-1AB0
Drive bus cable (1 m) for connection of the NCU terminal block
8
6ES7368-30-0AA0 1)
Connecting cable for the Step7-300 I/Os (IM361 or single I/O module)
9
6FC5411-0AA80-0AA0
Connecting cable shield for single-tier configuration with several single
I/O modules
10
6FC5412-0FA80-0AA0
Cable set for external SIMODRIVE 611 control, for connecting the
device bus and drive bus
11
6FX2003-0DA00-0AA0
Terminator for drive bus (only if the drive bus is used)
12
1)
Ribbon cable for terminal strip converter
13
2)
Motor encoder cable
14
6FX2002-2CG00-1AA0
6FX2002-2CH00-1AA0
15
16
17
2)
– incremental
– absolute
Cable for connection of direct measuring system to the CCU
– incremental
– absolute
Power cables for motor
6FX2002-1AA3-1
2)
Round cable from HT6 to the distributor box
Round cable from HHU to the distributor box
A number is assigned to each cable.
You will find these numbers (1 to 17) in the figures above.
1)
For length code, see Reference:
Catalog NC Z
2)
see References:
PCU 50/70, MCP
and HHU/HT 6
There are 4 possible variants:
/PJU/, Configuration Manual Converters
HHU/HT 6 without PCU 50/70/MCP
PCU 50/70/20 + MCP
MPI bus cable with cable no. 1
PCU 50/70/20
MPI bus cable with cable no. 2
MCP
MPI bus cable with cable no. 2
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Axis expansion on
810D
On the SINUMERIK 810D, the number of axes can be expanded to six axes,
including spindles.
There are two possibilities:
either
Connect axis expansion plug-in unit and SIMODRIVE 611 power
module at axis expansion interface,
or
Connect SIMODRIVE 611D control plug-in unit with SIMODRIVE 611
power module on drive bus/device bus.
Axis expansion
plug-in unit
The axis expansion plug-in units are used whenever no more than six measuring channels are required for the SINUMERIK 810D. This plug-in unit is plugged
into a SIMODRIVE 611 power module. The axis expansion plug-in units are
designed for 1-axis and 2-axis power modules. The ribbon cables are part of the
plug-in unit.
Axis expansion
control
plug-in unit
If the six measuring channels of the SINUMERIK 810D are insufficient,
SIMODRIVE 611 controller plug-ins must be inserted into the SIMODRIVE 611
power modules to connect further measuring systems (connection via drive bus
with drive bus terminator). If 611D control modules are used, it may be necessary to connect the NCU terminal block to the free drive bus connector of the
611D control.
See Chapter 5, Axis expansion
Power modules
The CCU can control up to 6 axes onboard. For this purpose there is a new
expansion plug-in in addition to the existing axis expansion plug-in modules.
All power modules of the 611D series can be connected as external power
modules for axis expansion.
Combinations
As from SW 6.3, the limitation to six drives applies.
Expansion levels 1 to 6 can be achieved by many combinations. To operate the
spindle to the internal power module, connect it to the 24A/32A power module
(A1).
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Table 1-4
Number of
drives
Possible combinations for 1 to 6 drives on SINUMERIK 810D
Internal drives
1 x 18/36A (FSD)
*or 24/32A (MSD)
2x9/18 / 2 x 6/12A
3 power modules
2 power modules
1
2
3
4
5
6
Drives via axis
expansion
1
1
0
0
0
1
2
2
0
1
1
1
0
0
2
3
–
0
2
2
1
1
1
2
0
0
3
3
–
1
2
2
2
1
1
3
3
–
2
2
2
3
3
–
3
2
2
4
CCU 3 with 3 axis CCU box plus
2 axis power module to right of CCU
1 axis power module to right of CCU
CCU 3
6x encoder
connection
{
If no external power module is
connected on connector -X307
(internal/external pulse interface 3rd
power module) to the left of the CCU3
=>
CCU3 with 3 axis CCU box plus
2 axis CCU box plus
1 axis CCU box
Fig. 1-4
X304
X305
{
15 A 15 A
{
50 A
X306
X307
internal/
external
3 axes
2 axes
1 axis
First way of operating 6 axes on CCU3 with internal 3 axis CCU box
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CCU 3 with 3 axis CCU box or 2 axis CCU box plus
2 axis power module to the right of CCU
1 axis power module to the right of CCU
1 axis power module to the left of CCU
{
25 A
Fig. 1-5
X305
X304
X306
internal/
external
X307
CCU 3
6x encoder
connection
If an external power module
is connected to connector
-X307, then the 3rd internal
power module will be
switched to the external
power module. On a 3-axis
CCU box, the 3rd internal
power module A3 (6/12 A)
cannot be used.
25 A
Second way of operating 6 axes on CCU 3 with 2 axis CCU box
Restrictions
Power supply: 120 kW.
The DC link busbar of the 810D is capable of an effective load of 200 A.
The length of the ribbon cable of the axis expansion plug-in unit left for connecting the SIMODRIVE 611 power module is 300 mm.
The length of the ribbon cable of the axis expansion plug-in unit right is sufficient for a module width of 150 mm.
The length of the cable set for the axis expansion with 611D control plug-in
unit is:
62 mm for the drive bus and 150 mm for the device bus.
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1.3
Labels
In case of technical queries or service, please quote all data on the rating plate
to the local SIEMENS office responsible for your equipment.
One of the following labels is attached to the components and modules:
PCBs with screen
printing
Example:
Component number: 570 573.9001.00
Product version: B (last cross)
SIEMENS A B C D E
570 573.9001.00
CCU3.4 module
CCU3.4
CCU box
Example:
Component name: CCU3.4
MLFB: 6FC5410-0AY03-1AA0
Component number: A5E00377496
6FC5410Ć0AY03Ć1AA0
Example:
A5E00377496
ABC
Component name: SINUMERIK 810D
Power module 2x15A+1x50A
MLFB: 6FC5447-0AA00-0AA1
Product version: A (last cross)
SINUMERIK 810D
Power module 2x15A + 1x50A
6FC5 447-0AA00-0AA1
Made in Germany
A
B
C
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Notes
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2.1
2
Supplementary electrical conditions
Compliance with
the connection
conditions
The controller is tested for compliance with the ambient conditions specified
below. Fault-free operation is only ensured if:
These environmental conditions are maintained when storing, transporting
and operating the equipment.
Original components and spare parts are used. This applies in particular to
the use of specified cables and plug connectors.
The equipment has been correctly mounted/installed.
!
Assistance and
support
Danger
The equipment may not be commissioned until it has been clearly identified
that the machine in which the controller is installed is in full conformance with
the specifications in EC Machinery Directive 98/37/EC.
The connection conditions must be carefully maintained for the complete
system. Please contact your local Siemens office or representative for any
assistance.
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2.1.1
Power supply
Demands on DC
power supplies
Warning
!
The DC power supply is always referenced to ground and must be
generated by a safety transformer.
Final user interfaces are powered via a DC power supply with protective
separation per EN 61800-5-1.
In the case of supply cables > 10 m, protective elements must be fitted at
the device input in order to protect against lightning (surge voltage).
The DC power supply must be connected to the ground/shield of the NC for
EMC and/or functional reasons. For EMC reasons, this connection should
only be made at one point. As a rule, the connection is provided as
standard in the S7-300 I/Os. If this is not the case in exceptional circumstances, the ground connection should be made to the grounding rail of the
NC cabinet; also refer to /EMC/ EMC Configuring Guidelines.
Table 2-1
Requirements of the DC supply
Rated voltage
In accordance with EN 61131-2
Voltage range (average value)
20.4 V DC to 28.8 V DC
Voltage ripple peak-to-peak
5 % (unfiltered 6-pulse rectification)
Ramp-up time at power-on
Any
35 V
Non-cyclic overvoltages
Transient voltage interruptions
Configuration
810D power
consumption
2-24
24 V DC
Duration
500 ms
Restoration time
50 s
Events per hour
10
Outage time
3 ms
Restoration time
10 s
Events per hour
10
The EP and CP points for the power modules only apply in conjunction with the
SINUMERIK 810D (axis expansion). The EP and CP points from Catalog NC 60
apply when SIMODRIVE 611D modules with control plug-in units are used.
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Table 2-2
EP and CP points for 810D components
Component
Electronics points (EP)
Control points (CP)
2
4.5
810D
EnDat encoder
0
0.3
Power module 50 A
0.6
0.5
Power module > 50 A 80 A
0.75
1.0
Power module > 80 A, 120 A
1.5
1.5
See Catalog NC 60
See Catalog NC 60
611D module MSD or FSD
Table 2-3
Example of calculation of the supply power for 4 axes/1 spindle for 810D
Electronics points (EP)
Module
810D
EnDat encoder
Assessment
factor, individual module
Number of
modules
2
1
Control points (CP)
Product
Assessment
factor, individual module
Number of
modules
Product
2
4.5
1
4.5
0
2
0
0.3
2
0.6
LTM 50A
0.6
1
0.6
0.5
1
0.5
LTM 80A
0.75
1
0.75
1
1
1
Total for
products
3.35
Total for
products
6.6
For I/R unit 16 kW
7.5
For I/R unit 16 kW
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2.1.2
Safe isolation to EN 61800-5-1
The complete system includes end user interfaces (UIs) and interfaces for
servicing, commissioning and maintenance.
End user
interfaces (UI)
UIs are all the interfaces that are freely accessible to the machine operator
without the need for tools or aids. These user interfaces are designed with safe
isolation to EN 61800-5-1.
Interfaces for
servicing,
commissioning
and maintenance
!
Danger
The interfaces for servicing, commissioning and maintenance purposes are
provided without safe isolation.
If necessary, these interfaces can be isolated safely using a supplementary
adapter (insulation voltage 230 V AC). These adapters are not included in the
Siemens scope of delivery. You can buy these parts from your local dealer who
will help you to make the proper choice.
Table 2-4
Service interfaces
Component
CCU module
!
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Interface name
X341, X342, X351, X352
Function
DAC socket for analog signals
Danger
Safe isolation can only be ensured if the system configuration specified below
is strictly adhered to. When mounting additional components (e.g. S7-300 FM,
IP) with an end user interface, please make sure that the end user interface
has a basic insulation for at least 230 V AC.
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3 x 400 V AC
N
Housing/shield
8
MSTT/MCP
PCU
1
4
11
24V
4
4
2
M (GND)
11
HHU/
HT 6
3
Distributor box
5
4
7
6
810D/611 digital
9
S7-300 I/Os
10
ÎÎÎ
Machine
10
M (GND)
5
Basic insulation
Fig. 2-1
Person
11
Terminal
block
Protective separation
Protective separation as per EN 61800-5-1
Fig. 2-1 shows the potential balance of the 810D/611D/S7-300 system. Legend:
1. Floating power supply of the SIMODRIVE electronics unit with 230 V AC
basic insulation.
2. Floating transistor triggers for the three-phase rectifier bridge with 230 V AC
basic insulation.
3. Floating transistor triggers for each axis of the three-phase inverter bridge
with 230 V AC basic insulation.
4. Floating signal connection from the CCU to the PCU or HHU/HT 6 with
230 V AC basic insulation.
5. Non-floating signal line between CCU and I/O devices.
6. Non-floating end user interface with protective separation for 230 VAC
through interfaces 1 to 4 and 7.
7. Protectively separated 5 V DC power supply, fed from a protectively separated 24 V DC supply.
8. 24 V DC power supply unit for external devices and for the machine adaptation control according to applicable standards in the form of a PELV (Protective Extra Low Voltage) circuit featuring safe isolation.
9. Floating interfaces to the machine (not accessible to the end user).
10. Floating signal interfaces directly accessible to the end user (e.g. V.24). For
these interfaces, you must always make sure that there is either safe isolation with respect to the line supply voltage or that there are two basic insulation levels, for 230 V AC each.
11. 5 V DC power supply with basic insulation, fed from a safely-isolated
24 V DC supply.
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2.1.3
Grounding Concept
The SINUMERIK 810D system consists of a number of individual components,
each of which must comply with the appropriate EMC and safety standards. The
individual system components are:
CCU box
Machine control panel MCP
Keyboard
Operator panels (operator panel front + PCU/TCU)
NCU terminal block
Distributor box and handheld unit
S7-300 I/O with IM 361 interface module
Single I/O module
CCU box and SIMODRIVE components are fixed to a metal cabinet plate with
screws. Make sure that near the screws a low-impedance contact of the CCU
box with the cabinet panel can be made. Insulating varnishes must be removed
where possible. The connection must be kept free of corrosion.
The electronics grounds of the modules are interconnected via the unit and control bus and also routed to terminal X151 of the NE module.
The ground and module ground M should be connected at the power supply
terminal of the IM 361. Further, for the EFP, “SHIELD” and “M24” must be connected in connector X1.
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ÏÏÏ
ÏÏÏ
ÏÏÏ
Operator
panel front
SL
CCU
Power
electronics
Gating
electronics
Distributor
box
SL
PCU/
TCU
Machine
control panel
– Ground (frame) –
SL
SL in the motor cable
MB
MB
MB
IM 361
S7-300 peripherals/
single I/O module
G
M
(GND)
PA
PA
Terminal
block
SL
PA
Machine bed
Grounding bar
Central ground connection
conductor/protective
conductor
MB:
M:
G:
PA:
SL:
Shielded signal cable with reference ground
Motor
Encoder
Equipotential bonding conductor
Cross-sections (mm2)
Protective conductor
w10
Line supply connection S
S v 16
16 < S v 35
S > 35
Fig. 2-2
S
16
S/2
Grounding concept
References:
2.1.4
SL minimum
/EMV/, EMC Configuring Guidelines
RI suppression measures
In addition to the protective grounding of system components, special precautions must be taken to ensure safe, fault-free operation of the system. These
measures include shielded signal cables, special equipotential bonding, isolation, and shielding measures.
Shielded
signal cables
To ensure safe, interference-free operation of the installation, it is essential to
use the cables specified in the individual diagrams.
For digital signal transmission, the shield must have a conductive connection at
both sides of the housing.
Exception:
Standard shielded cables grounded on only one side can be used for devices
from other manufacturers (printers, programming devices, etc.).
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These external devices may not be connected to the control during normal operation. However, if the system cannot be operated without them, then the cable
shields must be connected at both ends. Furthermore, the external device must
be connected to the control via an equipotential bonding cable.
Cable
definitions
Definition:
Signal cables (e.g.)
–
Data cables (MPI, sensor cables, etc.)
–
Binary inputs and outputs
–
Emergency Stop cables
Load cables (e.g.)
Rules for routing
cables
–
Low-voltage supply cables (230 V AC, +24 V DC etc.)
–
Supply cables to contactors (primary and secondary circuit)
In order to achieve the best possible noise immunity of the complete system
(control, power module, machine), the following EMC measures must be carefully observed:
Signal cables and load cables must be routed at the greatest possible
distance from one another.
If necessary, signal and load cables may cross one another (if possible, at
an angle of 90°), but must never be laid close or parallel to one another.
Only cables provided by the manufacturer should be used as signal cables
from and to the CCU.
Signal cables may not be routed close to strong external magnetic fields
(e.g. motors and transformers).
Pulse-carrying HC/HV cables must always be laid completely separately
from all other cables.
If signal lines cannot be routed a sufficient distance away from other cables,
they must be installed in grounded cable ducts (metal).
The clearance (surface through which interference can be coupled-in)
between the following cables must be kept to a minimum:
!
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–
Signal cable and electrical circuit signal cable (twisted)
–
Signal cable and associated equipotential bonding conductor
–
Equipotential bonding conductor and PE conductor (routed together)
Important
For further notes on interference suppression measures and the connection of
shielded cables, please refer to
References:
/EMV/, EMC Configuring Guidelines.
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2.2 Climatic and mechanical environmental conditions
2.2
Climatic and mechanical environmental conditions
Test standards
Vibration load:
Shock load:
Climate:
EN 60068-2-6
EN 60068-2-27
EN 60068-2-1/EN 60068-2-2/EN 60068-2-14
EN 60068-2-30/EN 60068-2-31/EN 60068-2-32/
EN 60068-2-33/EN 60068-2-34
Requirement
standards
Long-term storage:
Transport:
Stationary operation:
EN 60721-3-1
EN 60721-3-2
EN 60721-3-3
2.2.1
Transport and storage conditions
Components in
original packaging
The following specifications apply to components in transport packaging:
Table 2-5
Ambient climatic conditions per EN 60721-3-1/-3-2, class 1K3/2K4
Transportation
Storage
Ambient temperature
range
–40 ... 70 °C
–25 ... 55 °C
Rate of temperature
change
<18 K
<18 K
Relative humidity
10 ... 95 %
10 ... 95 %
Permissible change
in relative air humidity
max 0.1 %
max 0.1 %
Table 2-6
Within one hour
Within 1 minute
Test limits for mechanical environmental conditions
Vibration
to EN 60068
60068-2-6
26
Shock resistance
to EN 60068
60068-2-27
2 27
Frequency range
5 ... 9 Hz
Constant deflection
7.5 mm
Acceleration amplitude
9 ... 200 Hz: 2g
Acceleration
30g
Duration of nominal shock
6 ms
Number of nominal shocks
18 shocks
Shock form
Half-sine
g 9.81 m/s2 (acceleration due to gravity)
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Shipment of
backup batteries
Backup batteries must only be transported in the original packaging. No special
approval is needed for transporting backup batteries. The lithium content is
approximately 300 mg.
Note
The backup battery is classified as a hazardous substance, Class 9, in
accordance with the relevant air-freight transportation regulations.
!
Danger
Incorrect handling of backup batteries can lead to a risk of ignition, explosion
and combustion. The stipulations of EN 60086-4, in particular regarding
avoidance of mechanical or electrical tampering of any kind, must be complied
with.
For more information on handling batteries, see section 9.1.
2.2.2
Operating conditions
Climatic
environmental
conditions
If the specified values cannot be maintained, then a heat exchanger or air conditioner must be provided.
Table 2-7
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Climatic environmental conditions to EN 60721-3-3, Class 3K3
Ambient temperature
range
0 ... 55 °C
Rate of temperature
change
max. 0.5 K
Relative humidity
5 ... 90 %
Permissible change in the
relative air humidity
Max. 0.1 %
Moisture condensation
and ice formation
not permissible
Dripping water, spray,
splash water, water jets
not permissible
Air inlet
Without caustic gases, dusts and oils
Atmospheric pressure
1060 to 920 kPa
Derating
At altitudes of 1000 to 4000 m above SL, the upper limit
temperature is to be lowered by 3.5 °C/500 m.
Within 1 minute
Within 1 minute
0 to 1000 meters above mean sea
level
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Mechanical
environmental
conditions
Table 2-8
Test limits for mechanical environmental conditions
Vibration
t EN 60068
to
60068-2-6
26
Shock resistance
t EN 60068
to
60068-2-27
2 27
Frequency range
10 ... 58 Hz
Constant deflection
0.075 mm
Acceleration amplitude
58 ... 200 Hz: 1g
Acceleration
5g
Duration of nominal shock
30 ms
Number of nominal shocks
18 shocks
Shock form
Half-sine
g 9.81 m/s2 (acceleration due to gravity)
Gases that
can adversely
affect the function
Degree of severity 3C2 as per EN 60721-3-3
Dust that can
adversely
affect the function
When working in areas where gases, dust and oils may be hazardous to functionality, the controller must be operated in a control cabinet with a heat exchanger or with suitable supply air.
Maximum permissible dust contents in the air circulating in the cabinet:
–
Suspended solids
0.2 mg/m3
–
Deposits
1.5 mg/m2/h
Note
The dust precipitate must be removed at appropriate time intervals.
Radio interference
Relevant standards: EN 61000-6-3 and -4
Table 2-9
Limit values for radio interference suppression in industrial environments
Limit class as per EN 61000-6-4
Conducted radio interference
A (Industry)
Radio interference
A (Industry)
Note
The user must consider interference radiation for the complete system.
Particular attention should be paid to cabling. Please contact your sales
representative for assistance and support.
If compliance with limit value class B (residential areas) is required, please
contact your local Siemens office or representative.
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2.3 Technical data of the individual components
2.3
Technical data of the individual components
Table 2-10
General technical data
Security
Protection class
I (protective conductor) as per EN 61800-5-1
Degree of protection
per EN 60529
IP20 or IPXXB
Approvals
CE / cULus
Degree of contamination
2
Cooling
Open circuit ventilation
Mechanical environmental conditions
Transport
(in transport packaging)
2M2 according to EN 60721-3-2
Storage
1M2 according to EN 60721-3-1
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ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
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ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
ÁÁÁÁÁ
ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
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ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
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ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
ÁÁÁÁÁ
ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
ÁÁÁÁÁ
ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
ÁÁÁÁÁ
ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
ÁÁÁÁÁ
Table 2-11
Mechanical data
CCU box
3 axes
2 axes
150 x 490 x 268
Internal heat dissipation
Internal and external heat dissipation
11.3
11.4
150 x 307 x 220
50 x 374 x 153
257 x 100 x 40
1.6
1.7
0.5
CCU
Single I/O module
NCU terminal block
Table 2-12
Weight
in kg
(approx.)
Dimensions
width x height x depth in mm
Component
Electrical data
Components
CCU box
3 axes
2 axes
CCU
Rated voltage
Power supply via SIMODRIVE 611
power supply (I/R or OI module).
Power supply via other devices is not
permitted
permitted.
Max. power loss at
rated voltage
Max. current
Approx. 350 W
internal/external/total
69/ 111 /180 W
Refer to table 2-3
Approx. 25 W
Refer to table 2-3
Single I/O module
24 V for logic supply,
24 V for load supply,
0.3 A
12 A
NCU terminal block
24 V for logic supply, load supply directly
on the DMP module
0.5 A
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2 Connection Conditions
2.4 MPI/OPI network rules
2.4
MPI/OPI network rules
Application
The following devices can be interconnected across the MPI bus:
CCU
PCU
HT 6
HHU
MSTT/MCP
The MPI interconnecting cables are available in different lengths.
Network
installations
When installing a network, observe the following basic rules:
1. The MPI connection can be routed from one user to the next by plugging the
MPI connector of the outgoing cable onto the MPI connector of the incoming
cable.
2. The bus line must be terminated at both ends. To do this, enable the terminating resistor in the MPI connector of the first and last node and disable the
remaining terminating resistors (see figure 2-3).
Note
Only two inserted terminating resistors are permitted.
In the case of the HHU/HT 6, bus terminating resistors are permanently
integrated in the device.
3. At least 1 terminal must be supplied with 5 V.
This is done by connecting an MPI connector with the terminating resistor
connected to an energized device.
Notice
The CCU must be located at the end of the connection.
4. Stubs (feeder cable from bus segment to node) should be as short as
possible.
Note
Unused stubs must be removed.
5. Every MPI node must first be connected and then activated.
When disconnecting an MPI node, first deactivate the connection and then
remove the connector.
6. A maximum of two of the HHU and HT 6 components can be connected for
each bus segment.
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Another possibility is two identical components, provided they have different
node addresses.
For setting the addresses (also see corresponding component section):
–
HHU: Via DIP switch or display (see “Handheld unit” section),
–
For HT 6, by adapting the address before commissioning (refer to
Operating Components “Handheld Terminal HT 6”).
No bus terminating resistors may be inserted at the distributor boxes of an
HHU or HT 6 (refer to the note on item 2.)
If required, more than one HHU/HT 6 can be connected to a bus segment
using intermediate repeaters.
7. The following cable lengths for MPI or OPI for standard use without repeater
may not be exceeded:
MPI (187.5 kbaud): Max. total cable length is 1000 m
OPI (1.5 Mbaud):
Max. total cable length is 200 m.
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46
OFF
On
O
N
O
N
55
Terminating resistor
Fig. 2-3
MPI connector
Reference:
Catalog IK PI – Industrial Communication for Automation
and Drives
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Design and Installation of the 810D
3.1
3
Structure of the SINUMERIK 810D
The SINUMERIK 810D consists of two components:
CCU3 module
Fig. 3-1
3-axis CCU box
2-axis CCU box
Components of the SINUMERIK 810D
1. CCU module (Compact Control Unit)
2. 3-axis CCU box (sheet-metal housing with 3 integrated power modules for
fitting the CCU module) with internal heat dissipation or
3. 2-axis CCU box with external and internal heat dissipation (sheet-metal
housing with 2 integrated power modules for fitting the CCU module).
As-delivered state: internal heat dissipation.
Alteration: Unscrew mounting bracket with screwdriver (Torx for M6) and
plug in the 4 ground springs (see Installation Guide).
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Open equipment
3.2
These modules are open equipment. This means they may only be installed in
housings, cabinets, or in electrical equipment rooms that can only be entered or
accessed with a key or tool. Housings, cabinets, or electrical equipment rooms
may only be accessed by trained or authorized personnel. An external fire protection casing is required.
Assembly of the SINUMERIK 810D
Preparing for
installation
You require the following tool to assemble the SINUMERIK 810D:
Screwdriver for slot-head screws sizes 0 and 1
Screwdriver for Torx screws M4 and M5
Position in the
overall assembly
The CCU box must be installed to the right of the SIMODRIVE power supply
module. It is possible to mount a further power module to the left of the box.
Installation of the
CCU box
The CCU box is fitted to the right of the power supply. 4 M5 screws are recommended for fixing.
1. Remove the plastic cover over the DC link bars by loosening it with a flat
screwdriver in the gap on the top and then folding it forward and down.
2. With two M4 Torx screws, connect the DC link bars of the power supply unit
and CCU box and possibly the next module also.
Ensure that all the DC link connecting screws are securely fastened.
3. Place the cover into the matching cut-outs with the plastic lugs facing downward and close the DC link by folding the cover backward until the topside
latch clicks.
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3.2 Assembly of the SINUMERIK 810D
Axis expansion plug-in unit, left
Axis expansion
plug-in unit
SIEMENS
SIMODRIVE
Power supply
(I/R or OI)
Fig. 3-2
LDC
810D
(CCU3)
LDC
Overall assembly SINUMERIK 810D with SIMODRIVE 611 power module
Installation of the
CCU
Sequence:
1. Connect the battery on the CCU module
2. Insert and fix the CCU module into the guide rails of the CCU box
To be able to ensure compliance with the EMC conditions and resistance to
vibrations, it is necessary to tighten the slot-head screws (1) (see figure 3-3).
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CCU box
CCU3
1
–X307
Battery
DC link
rails
1
PE conductor connection
Fig. 3-3
Assembly of the SINUMERIK 810D
Installation
instructions
Pay attention to the following when installing the SINUMERIK 810D:
1. Cooling clearance top and bottom, approx. 100 mm
2. The shields of the motor cables must be connected after mounting the
shield sheet, see section 2.1.3.
3. The equipotential bonding conductor must be connected for each motor.
4. Additional mounting depth is required for mounting the connector.
5. The tightening torque of the screws must be complied with.
6. The screws of the DC link busbars must all be tightened.
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3.2 Assembly of the SINUMERIK 810D
Mounting the
shielding plate
The metal sheet is mounted on the 3-axis CCU box with the 3 screws on the
underside (2-axis CCU box, see figure Mounting the shielding plate). The shielding plate is supplied in the box. The tube clip for connecting the shield is contained in the scope of supply of the ready-assembled SIEMENS motor cable.
466
480
The tightening
torque must be
complied with
when mounting
modules!!
M3: 0.8 Nm
M4 : 1.8 Nm
M5 : 3 Nm
M6 : 6 Nm
443
Cooling clearance 100 mm
130
100
Additional connection option
for shield connection M5x10
Motor connection
A3
A2
A1
100
120
Cooling
clearance
100 mm
100
150
288
Shielding plate
Fig. 3-4
25
Equipotential bonding terminal
Dimension drawing of the 3-axis CCU box
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149.5 0.2
100 0.2
Dichtung
130
100
Heat sink
Kühlkörper
The tightening torque
must be complied
with when mounting
modules!!
M3: 0.8 Nm
M4 : 1.8 Nm
M5 : 3 Nm
M6 : 6 Nm
443
466
+
480
0.3
24.8 0.2
Cooling clearance
Lüftungsfreiraum
Seal
M3
57
20
8
100
M4
24.85
90 0.2
77
100 0.2
View without
protective cover
Darstellung ohne
Abdeckblech
110
232
150
289
Tube clip
for shield
Schlauchschelle für Schirm
(included in the scope of supply of our
preassembled Siemens motor cable)
(im Lieferumfang unserer konfektionierten
Siemens Motoranschlussleitung enthalten)
Cooling clearance
Lüftungsfreiraum
Notice: Place shielded cables
entering the control cabinet as close
as possible to the cabinet!
Achtung: Geschirmte Leitungen
beim Eintritt in den Schaltschrank
kürzmöglichst am Schrank auflegen!
Shielding plate
Schirmblech
Screw M2.5x8
Schraube M2.5x8
e.g. made by Rasmussen GmbH
D–63461 Maintal
Attention! The shield attachment
Postfach 1149
is not for strain relief
Phone: 06181-403-0
Fax: 06181-403-210
Achtung! Die Schirmauflage
ist keine Zugentlastung
Fig. 3-5
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Dimension drawing of the 2-axis CCU box
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3.2 Assembly of the SINUMERIK 810D
Mounting the shielding plate
Montage Schirmblech
Fig. 3-6
3.2.1
2-axis CCU box: Mounting the shielding plate
Alteration for external heat dissipation, 2-axis CCU box
Alteration for external heat dissipation
Umbau fuer externe Entwärmung
Loosen M6 screws
and remove bracket
Schrauben M6 lösen
und Winkel abnehemen
Attach ground spring
(packed in flat bag)
Massefedern aufstecken
(in Flachbeutel verpackt)
Loosen M6 screws
and remove bracket
Schrauben M6 lösen
und Winkel abnehemen
Attach ground spring
(packed in flat bag)
Massefedern aufstecken
(in Flachbeutel verpackt)
Fig. 3-7
2-axis CCU box: Alteration for external heat dissipation
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A1
A2
A3
Equipotential
bonding terminal
Equipotential
bonding
terminal
Á
Á Á
ÁÁÁ
ÁÁ
Motor cables
Attachment point for
motor brake plug
connection
Shielding plate
Tube clip
Shield connection
Type of plug connection*
Motor brake:
PHOENIX
Type: MSTB 2.5/2-STF-5.08-BD1-2SO
Order No.: 1863 631
Type: MVSTBU 2.5/2-GFB-5.08
Order No.: 1788 347
*Included with SIEMENS motor
cable
Fig. 3-8
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Terminal for motor and encoder cables (3-axis CCU box)
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3.3 Power supply
3.3
Power supply
Power supplies are available as a stabilized infeed/regenerative feedback
module (I/R module) and as an open-loop control infeed module (OI) The provide the necessary operating voltages and the necessary power for the system
in different power ranges.
The I/R modules can feed excess DC link energy (e.g. in braking operation)
back into the network. OI modules dissipate the braking energy in a pulsed
resistor.
The power supply module is the first module on the left in the sequence of
modules.
Line filters must be used to comply with the EMC rules of the CE standard.
Terminals
72, 73, 74
“Ready” message from NC and drive.
Terminals 72 and 73 are closed in the fault-free condition.
Permissible
modules
Power supply module: OI 5 kW, OI 10 kW, OI 28 kW,
I/R 16 kW, I/R 36 kW, I/R 55 kW; I/R 80 kW;
I/R 120 kW
SIMODRIVE filter modules or commutation reactors
Note
The power supply and filter modules/reactors are described in the
Configuration Manual Converters SIMODRIVE 611 digital (settings, technical
data, circuit suggestions).
!
Danger
A hazardous voltage will be present for a further 5 minutes after the system has
been shut down.
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Notes
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Description of the SINUMERIK 810D
4.1
Components of the SINUMERIK 810D
4.1.1
Overview
4
The structure of the SINUMERIK 810D is compatible with the SIMODRIVE 611
digital module series. The SINUMERIK 810D is operated with the SIMODRIVE
611 power supply modules (OI or I/R modules).
3-axis CCU box
Basic housing with fans for fitting the CCU module with three integrated power
modules 1x18A/36A (FSD) or 24A/32A (MSD) and 2x6A/12A (FSD) and slot for
CCU module (internal heat dissipation).
2-axis CCU box
Basic housing with fan for fitting the CCU module with two integrated power
modules 9A/18A (FSD) and slot for CCU module (internal and external heat
dissipation).
CCU
module
The CCU module (Compact Control Unit) of the SINUMERIK 810D performs all
CNC, PLC, communication, and closed-loop control tasks. The CCU has 6
measuring channels. Each drive requires one measuring channel for the motor
measuring system. If measuring channels of the basic unit are left over, they
can be assigned freely as direct measuring channels, e.g. for the spindle.
Additional measuring channels are obtained by using a 611D closed-loop control module (1- or 2-axis control module) with or without a direct measuring
system (DMS). The 611D closed-loop control module performs closed-loop control of the drive. The unused measuring channels can be freely assigned.
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4.1 Components of the SINUMERIK 810D
PCMCIA card
(NC card)
The NC card with the system software must remain inserted during
operation.
Note
For a software upgrade, the export software can be copied onto the internal
flash EPROM.
In addition to the software upgrade, the PCMCIA card can also be used for
series commissioning; see
References: /IAC/, Commissioning Manual 810D
Closed-loop
control
The closed-loop control complies with the 611D standard control with the
following restrictions as compared with SINUMERIK 840D:
5-axis transformation
Safety integrated
Analog axis
Hydraulic drives
Drive-independent stop/retract
3D clearance control
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4.1 Components of the SINUMERIK 810D
Drive functions of
SIMODRIVE 611D
Table 4-1
The following table shows drive functions and values, which differ from module
to module.
Function differences for SIMODRIVE 611 digital
Function
Standard 2
1-axis
2-axis
(FSD
only)
Performance 1
1-axis
Performance 2
(2-axis)
CCU3/CCU3.4
(6-axis/810D)
2-axis
(FSD
only)
Disabling of pulses
via NCK (safety)
No
No
Yes
Yes
Encoder limit
frequency, direct
measuring system
200 kHz
300 kHz
350 kHz
300 kHz
Motor data sets,
expansion from 2 to 4
for MSD
No
No
Yes
Yes
Speed actual-value
filter for analog 611U
No
No
Yes
Yes
i2t power module
limitation
No
No
Yes
Yes
Minimum current
controller cycle
125 µs
62,5 µs
125 µs
62,5 µs
31,25 µs1)
Standard 156.5 µs
(option 125 µs)
125 µs
500 µs
62,5 µs
125 µs
62,5 µs
31,25 µs1)
Standard 312 µs
(option 125 µs)
2 ms
4 ms
0.5 ms
1 ms
0.5 ms
1.5 ms to 3 axes;
as from 3 axes 2.5 ms
(standard 2.5 ms)
Speed controller rise
time
1.4 ms
4 ms
0.8 ms
1.4 ms
0.8 ms
approx. 1.4 ms
Rated frequency of
closed speed control
loop
550 Hz
160 Hz
1 kHz
550 Hz
1 kHz
approx. 550 Hz for 125 µs;
approx. 300 Hz for 312 µs
18000 rpm
36000 rpm
18000 rpm
42000 rpm
18000 rpm
666 Hz
1333 Hz
666 Hz
1400 Hz
666 Hz for 125 µs
Current controller cycle
0.1 µm
0.2 µm
0.1 µm
approx. 1.5 µm
2048
128
Minimum speed
controller cycle
Minimum position
controller cycles
Max. motor speed
(4-pole)
Max. electrical fundamental frequency for
motor
Smooth running
Pulse multiplication
factor
1)
0.2 µm
1.5 µm
128
2048
As from drive software version 6.4.2 for FSD 1-axis
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4.2 Interfaces
4.2
Interfaces
4.2.1
Overview
Brief description
The modules have the following interfaces:
Optical encoder (up to six measuring systems for unconditioned voltage
signal encoder, 1 Vpp, incremental/absolute with EnDat interface )
Three axis expansion connections for up to three ext. power modules
Drive bus for axis expansion with 611D modules and connection from NCU
terminal block
PCMCIA slot
Backup battery on board
Connection for cable distributor (handwheel, probe)
MPI interface for operator panel front, programming device, ...
PLC I/O bus (P/K bus)
PROFIBUS DP
External pulse enable common for all drives
Start disable terminals AS1, AS2
BERO input for ext. zero mark (spindle)
Displays for errors, status, power up
Operating elements for commissioning, general reset, reset
Four measuring sockets for diagnostics
Device bus terminal
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4.2 Interfaces
Table 4-2
Overview of hardware interfaces
Closed-loop
Cl
dl
control
NCK/PLC
Miscellaneous
Interface
CCU
Pulse interfaces (6 axes)
4 **)
Optical encoder
6
DAC test sockets
Yes
BERO input
Yes
Terminals (AS1, AS2, 663, 9,19)
Yes
PBus/KBus
Yes
MPI interface
Yes
Drive bus (611D interface)
Yes
Connection for diff. handwheel
Yes
Two measuring pulse inputs
Yes
PCMCIA interface
Yes
PROFIBUS DP
Yes
Electronic PS (backplane)
Yes
**) incl. 2 spindles
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4.2 Interfaces
4.2.2
Description of the interfaces, operating and display elements
Overview
Location of the interfaces, operating and display elements
I/O interface
(cable
distributor)
Meas. system
terminals
X411-X416
P-bus/K-bus
interface
Profibus DP
Terminal
block
MPI interface
Measuring
sockets
Various error
and status LEDs
(H1/H2)
Pulse interface
(axis 3) external
7-segment
display
611D drive
bus (master)
-X431
+5V
NF
SF
CB
–
PR
PS
PF
PF0
-
AS1
AS2
663
9
B
19
NCK
commissioning
switch (S3)
PLC
commissioning
switch (S4)
PCMCIA
slot
RESET button
Pulse
interfaces
(axes 4 - 6)
Device bus
interface X151
Fig. 4-1
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4.2 Interfaces
Signal names
The signal names in the following tables mean:
P5
GND
P5EXT
M5EXT
Signal types
Logic power supply 5 V
Logic reference potential ground
Logic power supply 5 V isolated
Logic reference potential for P5EXT
The signal types in the following tables mean:
B
I
O
V
OC
X102
Bidirectional
Input
Output
Voltage
Open Collector
PROFIBUS DP interface
Connector name:
Connector type:
Maximum cable length:
Special features:
Table 4-3
X102
9-pole D-Sub socket connector
200 m
isolation (safe isolation)
12 MBaud
X102 pin assignments
X102
Pin
Name
Type
1
Not assigned
2
M24EXT *)
VO
3
RS_L2DP
B
4
ORTSAS_L2DP
O
5
M5EXT
VO
Pin
Name
Type
6
P5EXT
VO
7
P24EXT *)
VO
8
XRS_L2DP
B
9
IRTSPG_L2DP
I
*) 24 V only present if 24 V is fed to X121 (cable distributor).
Signal names
RS, XRS
ORTSAS
IRTSPG
X111
RS485 data
Request to Send programmable controller
Request to Send programming device
P-bus/K-bus
Connection of S7-300 I/O and single I/O module
Connector name:
Connector type:
Maximum cable length:
Special features:
X111
25-pole D-Sub socket connector
10 m
non-isolated (no safe isolation)
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4.2 Interfaces
Table 4-4
Assignment of the P-bus/K-bus terminal X111
X111
Pin
Name
Type
Pin
Name
1
2
Type
RS_ALARM_N
I
14
RS_ALARM
I
IM_ADR0_N
O
15
IM_ADR0
O
3
IM_ADR1_N
O
16
IM_ADR1
O
4
IM_ADR2_N
O
17
IM_ADR2
O
5
M (GND)
VO
18
K<2>
O
6
KBUS_B_N
B
19
KBUS_B
B
7
RS_OD_N
O
20
RS_OD
O
8
RS_DIDO_N
B
21
RS_DIDO
B
9
RS_CLK_N
O
22
RS_CLK
O
10
RS_COM_N
O
23
RS_COM
O
11
RS_LAT_N
O
24
RS_LAT
O
12
RS_READY_N
O
25
RS_READY
I
13
Not assigned
–
Signal names
RS_ALARM, RS_ALARM_N
IM_ADRi, IM_ADRi_N
KBUS_B, KBUS_B_N
RS_OD, RS_OD_N
RS_DIDO, RS_DIDO_N
RS_CLK, RS_CLK_N
RS_COM, RS_COM_N
RS_LAT, RS_LAT_N
RS_READY, RS_READY_N
X121
P-bus data
P-bus cycle
P-bus command
P-bus ready signal
I/O interface (cable distributor for handwheel and probe)
Connector name:
Connector type:
Maximum cable length:
Special features:
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P-bus line number
X121
37-pole D-Sub male connector
25 m for all functions
Handwheels non-isolated
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Table 4-5
Pin assignment of the cable distributor interface X121
X121
Pin
Name
Type
Pin
Name
Type
1/2
M24_EXT
VI
18
MPG0 *B
I
3
OUTPUT_1
O
19
Not assigned
–
4
OUTPUT_0
O
20/21
P24_EXT
VI
5
INPUT_3
I
22
OUTPUT_3
O
6
INPUT_2
I
23
OUTPUT_2
O
7
INPUT_1
I
24-27
MEXT
VI
8
INPUT_0
I
28
MEPUS 1
I
9
MEPUS 0
I
29
MEPUC 1
I
10
MEPUC 0
I
30
MPG1 A
I
11
MPG1 *A
I
31/32
M (GND)
VO
12/13
PENC1
VO
33
MPG1 B
I
14
MPG1 *B
I
34
MPG0 A
I
15
MPG0 *A
I
35/36
M (GND)
VO
16/17
PENC2
VO
37
MPG0 B
I
The terminals with a gray background are not assigned.
Signal names
PENC1
PENC2
MPGi_B
MPGi_*B
P5 power handwheel 1
P5 power handwheel 2
Meas. pulse encoder (handwheel encoder) track B (i ={1..0})
Meas. pulse encoder (handwheel encoder) track B inverted
(i ={1..0})
Meas. pulse encoder (handwheel encoder) track A (i ={1..0})
Meas. pulse encoder (handwheel encoder) track A inverted
(i ={1..0})
Meas. pulse
Meas. pulse
MPGi_A
MPGi_*A
MEPUCi
MEPUSi
X122
MPI interface (187.5 kBaud)
Connector name:
Connector type:
Maximum cable length:
Table 4-6
X122
9-pole D-Sub socket connector
200 m
X122 pin assignments
X122
Pin
Name
Type
Pin
Name
Type
1
Not assigned
–
6
P5EXT
VO
2
M24EXT
VO
7
P24EXT
VO
3
RS
B
8
XRS
B
4
ORTSAS
O
9
IRTSPG
I
5
M5EXT
VO
Signal names
Analogous to X102 (table 4-3)
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X130
SIMODRIVE 611D-Drive bus interface and I/O extension
Connector name:
Connector type:
Maximum cable length:
Special features:
X151
X130
36-pole Micro Ribbon
10 m
non-isolated (no safe isolation)
Device bus interface (power supply)
Connector name:
Connector type:
X304, X305, X306
X151
34-pole ribbon cable connector, male
Connection for axis expansion plug-in unit
Connector name:
Connector type:
X307
X304, X305, X306
20-pole ribbon cable connector, male
Pulse interface for axis 3
Connector name:
Connector type:
X341, X342,
X351, X352
X307
20-pole ribbon cable connector, male
Measuring sockets for output of 3 analog signals. The measuring values
that are output are assigned in the software.
Connector name:
Connector type:
Table 4-7
X411-X416
X341, X342, X351, X352
Measuring socket 2 mm
Assignment of the measuring sockets X341 to X352
Measuring socket
Position on the
CCU
Meaning
Section
X351
DAC 1
0– 5V
X352
DAC 2
0– 5V
0 – 5V
X341
DAC 3
X342
Ground for all DACs
6 x measuring system connection for indirect and direct position sensing
Connector name:
X411-X416
Connector type:
25-pole, D-Sub male connector
Signals with a gray background are not required for a direct measuring system.
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Table 4-8
Assignment of the measuring system terminal X411-X416
X411-X416
Pin
Name
Type
Pin
Name
Type
1
PENC1/2
VO
2
M (GND)
V
14
PENC1/2
VO
15
ENCDATi
B
3
APi
I
16
M (GND)
V
4
ANi
I
17
RPi
I
5
M (GND)
V
18
RNi
I
6
BPi
I
19
CPi
I
7
BNi
I
20
CNi
I
8
M (GND)
V
21
DPi
I
9
Not assigned
–
22
DNi
I
10
ENCCLK
O
23
XENCDATi
B
11
Not assigned
–
24
M (GND)
V
12
XENCCLK
O
25
THMOTCOM
I
13
THMOTi
I
Signals with a gray background are not assigned when connecting direct measuring
systems.
Signal names
<Signal name>i means signal of the measuring system i with i = 1, ..., 6
PENC1/2
APi
ANi
ENCCLK
XENCCLK
THMOTi
ENCDATi
XENCDATi
DPi
DNi
XBMIDAT
THMOTCOM
Encoder power supply
(PENC1: X411-X413, PENC2: X414-X416)
Incremental signal A
BPi
Incremental signal B
BNi
Incremental signal B
Incremental signal A
BMI clock signal
RPi
Incremental signal R
BMI clock signal
RNi Incremental signal R
Motor temperature
CPi
Incremental signal C
BMI data signal
CNi Incremental signal C
BMI data signal
Incremental signal D
Incremental signal D (not for direct meas. system)
BMI data signal
Motor temperature
Note
The encoder power supply is not stabilized; that means: no remote/sense
operation. This limits the encoder cable length.
EQN 1325:
ERN 1387:
Non-Siemens encoder with power consumption 300 mA:
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25 m
18 m
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X431
Terminal block for connection of starting lockout, pulse release (all drives)
and external zero mark (BERO)
Connector name:
Connector type:
Table 4-9
X431
6-pole Combicon terminal (Phoenix
connector), for 1.5 mm2 conductor cross-section
Terminal signals drive X431
Terminal
Signal
Front panel
labeling
Function
Type
1
EN–
19
Reference ground for enable potential
V
2
BERO
B
Input for external zero mark (BERO)
I
3
EN+
9
Enable potential + 24 V,
reference terminal is terminal 19
V
4
T663
T663
Pulse enable for all drives
(FSD and MSD)
I
5
AS2
AS2
Relay starting lockout
(feedback terminal 663)
6
AS1
AS1
Relay starting lockout
(feedback terminal 663)
Signal names
AS1
AS2
T663
BERO
EN+
EN–
Feedback drive enable (NC)
Feedback drive enable (NC)
Control SH relay
BERO input
Enable voltage (+24 V)
Enable voltage (24 V reference)
Note
The “starting lockout” relay is operated with terminal 663. If opened, the control
pulses are blocked and the motors are switched torque-free.
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Operating and
display elements
Fig. 4-1 shows the position of the operating and display elements on the front
panel.
Table 4-10
Operating and display elements on the CCU module
Description
Type
Meaning
RESET
(S1)
Button
Triggering a hardware reset to reset the control and drive
followed by a complete restart.
S3
Rotary
switch
NCK commissioning switch
Position 0:
Normal operation
Position 1:
Clear and reset NCK
Position 2:
Software update NCK of memory card
Position 3...7: not used
S4
Rotary
switch
PLC mode switch
Position 0: PLC-RUN
Position 1: PLC-RUN-P
Position 2: PLC-STOP
Position 3: MRES
green LED
+5V:
red LED
NF:
red LED
SF:
yellow LED
CB:
yellow LED
P24:
lit when the supply voltage is within the tolerance
range.
lit if the NCK or PLC watchdog
has responded
lit in the event of drive error. No longer lit following
system power up in the fault-free condition.
lit when data transmission is in progress
via the MPI interface.
lit on failure of the 24V power supply
LEDs
(right
row)
green LED
red LED
red LED
yellow LED
yellow LED
PR:
PS:
PF:
PFO:
RST:
PLC-RUN state
PLC-STOP state
lit on PLC error
PLC-FORCE state
lit briefly on reset.
H3
7 segment
Software-assisted output of test and diagnostics messages
LEDs
(left row)
DAC measuring
sockets
Fig. 4-2
DAC 1
DAC 2
DAC 3
Ground
DAC measuring sockets on CCU modules
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4.2.3
Cable distributor
Cable distributor
(I/O interface)
X121
The cable distributor splits the X121 interface of the CCU into
two connections of differential handwheel,
two connections of meas. pulse input,
in max. seven single cables.
90
max. 2 cables handwheel
6FX2002-4AA21-0
max. 2 cables for probe
6FX2002-4AA41-0
top
1
7
bottom
Fig. 4-3
Cable distributor
The cable distributor (37-pole) consists of connector housing (SINUMERIK version) for a 37-pole D-Sub connector with an enlarged interior. The rear contains
seven cable inputs where the cables must be attached as shown in table 4-12.
Plug the cables into connectors X1 to X10 in the opened cable distributors and
route the cable into the cable entry. Make sure that the shield jackets that
became free have a large conductive connection to the metallic contact areas
as shown in figure 4-4. Locate the upper terminal bar in such a way that its
“teeth” are facing the “teeth” of the lower terminal bar and then secure the upper
housing section.
This will reliably press the cable shields between the contact areas of the contact springs and contact them. Fixing to the front panel of the CCU routes the
shield potential via the contact springs of the cable distributor.
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The DIP-FIX switches inside the cable distributor 6FX 2006-1BA01 must be set
as follows:
Table 4-11
Setting the DIP-FIX switches (S1 to S6) in the cable distributor
Switches
Open
S1
S2
S3
S4
x
x
x
x
S5
S6
x
x
Closed
Location of
interfaces
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Cable inlets
Terminal caps
Contact surfaces
X1
X2 X3
X4
X5 X6
X7
X8
X9
Plug-in connectors
X1...X10
X10
D-Sub female connector
S2
S4
S1
S3
S5
S6
X11
Fig. 4-4
Position of the interfaces of the cable distributor
Connector X1-X10
Table 4-12
Connector assignments
Connector No.
Cable routing
Peripherals
X1
1
(top)
1st handwheel
2
2nd handwheel
3
2nd measuring probe
4
Reserved
X8
5
Reserved
X9
6
Reserved
X10
7
(bottom)
1st measuring probe
X2
X3
X4
X5
X6
X7
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Pin
assignment
Table 4-13
Pin no.
37-pole
connector
9
10
Connector designation:
Connector type:
X1...X10
DU-BOX plug connectors
Cable distributor pin assignment
Signal
name
–
MEPUS 0
–
MEPUC 0
DU BOX
connector
no./pin
Cable
routing
X10/2
X10/1
X10/4
X10/3
7
Cable
Order No.
6FX2002-4AA
41-0
Core color
rd
or
bn
bk
shield
I/Os
Terminal
1st probe
Signal +24V
1st probe
Reference
signal
1
20
2
21
X9/2
X9/1
X9/4
X9/3
6
41-0
Reserved
3
22
4
23
X8/2
X8/1
X8/4
X8/3
5
41-0
Reserved
5
24
6
25
7
26
8
27
X7/2
X7/1
X7/4
X7/3
X6/2
X6/1
X6/4
X6/3
4
21-0
Reserved
29
–
MEPUS 1
–
MEPUC 1
X5/2
X5/1
X5/4
X5/3
11
30
12
31
13
32
14
33
MPG1 A
MPG1 A
MPG1 5V
MPG1 0V
MPG1 5V
MPG1 0V
MPG1 B
MPG1 B
X4/2
X4/1
X4/4
X4/3
X3/2
X3/1
X3/4
X3/3
15
34
16
35
17
36
18
37
MPG0 A
MPG0 A
MPG0 5V
MPG0 0V
MPG0 5V
MPG0 0V
MPG0 B
MPG0 B
X2/2
X2/1
X2/4
X2/3
X1/2
X1/1
X1/4
X1/3
28
Signal names
3
2
1
MPG0/1 5V
MPG0/1 0V
MPG0/1 A/A
MPG0/1 B/B
MEPUS 0/1
MEPUC 0/1
41-0
21-0
21-0
rd
or
bn
bk
shield
rd
or
bn
bk
gn
ye
vt
bu
shield
rd
or
bn
bk
gn
ye
vt
bu
shield
2nd probe
Signal +24V
2nd probe
Reference
signal
2nd handwheel
6FC9320-5DB
1st handwheel
6FC9320-5DB
A
A
5V
0V
5V
0V
B
B
A
A
5V
0V
5V
0V
B
B
Supply voltage handwheel 0/1, 5 V 1)
Supply voltage handwheel 0/1, 0 V
Differential handwheel input 0/1 A/A
Differential handwheel input 0/1 B/B
Meas. pulse signal 0/1
Meas. pulse common (reference ground) 0/1
1) total of max. 1 A, i.e. max. 500 mA per handwheel
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4.3
Measuring system
4.3.1
Assignment of measuring systems and motor connection
Motor measuring
system and
motor connection
A certain motor connection is permanently assigned to each measuring system
M1
-X411
M2
-X412
M3
-X413
M4
-X414
M5
-X415
M6
-X416
OI
or
I/R
MSD
810D CCU3
A1
FSD
FSD
A2
Motor 6
Motor 3
Motor 1
Motor 2
Motor 4
Fig. 4-5
Motor 5
Assignment of measuring system to motor connection
Table 4-14
Assignment of measuring system to motor connection or axis expansion
Connection of
measuring system
Motor connection
Connection of axis expansion
X411
A1 internal
–
X412
A2 internal
–
X413
alternatively
A3 internal
A3 external
–
X307
X414
–
X304
X415
–
X305
X416
–
X306
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4.3.2
Encoder systems that can be evaluated
Incremental
measuring
systems
Incremental systems with two 90-degree offset sinusoidal voltages signals A, B
and a reference mark R.
E.g. ERN 1387 (motor measuring system)
Transfer:
Differential signals
A, A; B, B and R, R
Amplitude A – A
typ. 1 Vpp
Amplitude B – B
typ. 1 Vpp
Amplitude R – R
typ. 0.5 Vpp...1 Vpp
Power supply:
5 V ±5 %
Maximum supply current:
300 mA
Max. encoder signal frequency
that can be evaluated:
350 kHz
Note
For the above frequency, the signal amplitude must be 60 % of the typical
amplitude and the deviation of the phase offset from the ideal 90 between
track A and B must be 30.
Pay attention to the frequency characteristic of the encoder signals.
0.5 V
A–A
0
90 el.
360 el.
0.5 V
B–B
0
Uniqueness range
R–R
0
Fig. 4-6
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Absolute (EnDat)
measuring
systems
Single-turn, multi-turn, and linear absolute measuring systems with two
90_ offset sinusoidal voltage signals A, B, and EnDat interface,
e.g. multi-turn encoder EQN 1325, single-turn encoder ECN 1313 or linear
absolute measurement system LC181.
Transfer incremental signals:
Differential signals
A, A and B, B
Amplitude A – A
typ. 1 Vpp
Amplitude B – B
typ. 1 Vpp
Transfer serial signals:
Differential signals
Data, Data and Clock, Clock
Level:
acc. to EIA 485
Power supply:
5 V ±5 %
Maximum supply current:
300 mA
Max. encoder signal frequency
that can be evaluated:
350 kHz
Note
For the above frequency, the signal amplitude must be 60 % of the typical
amplitude and the deviation of the phase offset from the ideal 90 between
track A and B must be 30.
Pay attention to the frequency characteristic of the encoder signals.
A–A
0
90 el.
360 el.
B–B
0
Fig. 4-7
Signal curve for incremental tracks for a clockwise rotation
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4.3.3
Measuring channels, indirect and direct measuring system
Measuring
channels for
SINUMERIK 810D
The six measuring channels on the SINUMERIK 810D can be used both for
indirect and for direct position sensing. A free measuring channel can, for example, be used for a direct spindle measuring system. Additional measuring channels can be obtained by using a 611D standard control module with/without direct measuring system.
Connecting
cables
The following connecting cables are used for the SINUMERIK 810D:
Table 4-15
Connecting cables for SINUMERIK 810D
No.
MLFB
Description
1)
1
6FX2002-2CA31-10
2
6FX2002-2CG00-10 1), 2)
Connecting cable for direct measuring system, 25-pole connector (for
connection to CCU only)
3
6FX2002-2CH00-10 1), 2)
Connecting cable for Multiturn absolute EnDat encoder, 25-pole
connector (for connection to CCU only)
4
6FX2002-2CA11-10 1)
Connecting cable for direct measuring system, 15-pole connector (for
connection to 611D control only)
5
6FX2002-2AD00-10 1)
Connecting cable for Multiturn absolute EnDat encoder, 15-pole
connector (for connection to 611 control only)
6
6FX2002-2EQ00-10 1)
Motor measuring system cable absolute, 25-pole connector
7
1)
Motor measuring system cable absolute, 25-pole connector
6FX2002-2EQ10-10
Motor measuring system cable incremental, 25-pole connector
1)
Length code, refer to Catalog NC Z
2)
Measuring system end circular connector
A number is assigned to each cable.
You will find these numbers (1-7) in the following figures.
Indirect
measuring system
FSD
The motor measuring system is also used for position sensing.
Two encoder systems are available:
Incremental encoder
Absolute encoder
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Indirect position (motor rotor position) and motor speed sensing
FSD
1
M: Max. possible measuring steps
G: Accuracy of the encoder
system
Incremental
X411
M = 128 x Z per 360 degr. mech.
Z...Increments
Z = 2048
SINUMERIK 810D
CCU module
Motor
1
6
G = 0.006 deg.
Incremental and
multiturn absolute
EnDat
7
X411
SINUMERIK 810D
CCU module
M = 128 x Z per 360 degr. mech.
Z...Increments
Z = 2048
G = 0.006 deg.
Motor
multiturn absolute:
4096 revolutions
1
X130
SINUMERIK 810D
CCU module
6
7
Axis
expansion
611D control
Incremental/or
multiturn absolute
EnDat
Motor
M = 128 x Z per 360 degr. mech.
Z...Increments
Z = 2048
G = 0.006 deg.
multiturn absolute:
4096 revolutions
Fig. 4-8
Indirect position sensing with digital closed-loop control FSD
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Direct
measuring system
FSD
The motor measurement system is used for sensing the motor position. A second measuring system, e.g. a scale, can be used for load-side position
sensing if necessary.
Incremental encoders, distance-coded incremental encoders, or EnDat absolute
value encoders can be used (voltage signals).
Direct position sensing
with free CCU measuring channel
M: Max. possible measuring steps
G: Accuracy of the encoder
system
FSD
Linear measuring system
incremental/absolute
1
X411
M = 128 per encoder signal
period or lattice pitch
X416
SINUMERIK 810D
CCU module
G is a function of the accuracy of the
load-side encoder system.
Motor
*)
Incremental
motor position
Voltage signals
2 or
3
Direkt position sensing for axis expansion
with external 611D control
1
Axis
expansion
611D
control
X130
SINUMERIK 810D
CCU module
Linear measuring system
incremental or incremental
and absolute
Motor
*)
2 or
SINUMERIK 810D
CCU module
G is a function of the accuracy of the
load-side encoder system.
3
Motor position
incremental/absolute
Voltage signals and
EnDat absolute
X130
Axis
expansion
611D
control
1
Linear measuring system
incremental or incremental
and absolute
Motor
*)
Voltage signals and
EnDat absolute
Fig. 4-9
M = 128 or 2048 for
611D convenience control
per encoder signal period or
lattice pitch
Incremental
motor position
4 or
M = 128 per encoder signal
period or lattice pitch
G is a function of the accuracy of the
optional encoder system.
5
Direct position sensing with digital closed-loop control FSD
*) e.g. 1FK7
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Indirect
measuring system
MSD
The motor measuring system is also used for position sensing.
An encoder system is available:
optical/incremental (1PH motor)
Indirect position (motor rotor position) and motor speed sensing
MSD
1
X411
M: Max. possible measuring steps
G: Accuracy of the encoder
system
Incremental
Z...Increments
Z = 2048
SINUMERIK 810D
CCU module
Motor *)
1
Incremental
X130
SINUMERIK 810D
CCU module
Fig. 4-10
M = 128 x Z per 360 degr. mech.
Axis
expansion
611D control
G = 0.006 deg.
M = 128 x Z per 360 degr. mech.
Z...Increments
Z = 2048
Motor *)
G = 0.006 deg.
Indirect position sensing with digital closed-loop control MSD
*) e.g. 1PH7
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Direct
measuring system
MSD
The motor measurement system is used for sensing the motor position. A second measuring system, e.g. a rotary transducer, can be used for load-side
position sensing if necessary.
In the case of SINUMERIK 810D only encoders with voltage signals can be
used.
M: Max. possible measuring steps
G: Accuracy of the encoder
system
Direct position sensing with free CCU measuring channel
MSD
1
X411
Spindle measuring system
incremental
Motor measuring
system incremental
X416
M = 128 per encoder signal
period or lattice pitch
G is a function of the accuracy of the
optional encoder system.
SINUMERIK 810D
CCU module
Motor *)
2
Voltage signals
M = 128 x Z per 360 deg. mech.
1
X411
Motor measuring
system incremental
SINUMERIK 810D
CCU module
Z...Increments
Z = 2048
X431
G = 0.006 deg.
BERO
Motor *)
Direkt position sensing for axis expansion
with external 611D control
1
X130
SINUMERIK 810D
CCU module
Spindle measuring system
incremental
Z...Increments
Z = 2048
Motor measuring
system incremental
Axis
expansion
611D control
M = 128 x Z per 360 degr. mech.
G = 0.006 deg.
Motor *)
4
M = 128 x Z per 360 degr. mech.
1
Motor measuring
system incremental
X130
SINUMERIK 810D
CCU module
Axis
expansion
611D control
Z...Increments
Z = 2048
G = 0.006 deg.
Motor *)
BERO
Fig. 4-11
Direct position sensing for MSD
*) e.g. 1PH7
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4.4 Integrated power modules: 3-axis CCU box
4.4
Integrated power modules: 3-axis CCU box
Description
On the SINUMERIK 810D, three integrated power modules are fitted on one
heat sink in the 3-axis CCU box:
Power module for 2 x 6A/12A (FSD)
Power module for 1 x 18A/36A (FSD) or 24A/32A (MSD)
Heat sink temperature sensor
Table 4-16
Assignment between motor connection and power module
Motor connection
Power module
Rated current
(sine, rms)
A1 (rear)
18A/36A (FSD) or 24 A/32A /MSD)
24 A
A2 (center)
6A/12A (only as FSD)
6A
A3 (front)
6A/12A (only as FSD)
6A
Note
The spindle can only be used on “A1” on the integrated power module.
Current derating
as a function of
the ambient
temperature
All the technical details apply for ambient temperatures up to max. 40 C. At
ambient temperatures > 40, linear current derating is necessary, as in the case
of the OI power supply. At maximum ambient temperature 55 C: Current
derating to 60 % of the 40 C value.
Current derating
as a function of
the installation
altitude
All power ratings apply up to an installation altitude of 1000 m. At an installation
altitude of > 1000 m, the load currents must be reduced according to the
derating factor.
The diagram is given in Subsection 4.3.3 Installation altitude
References:
/PJU/, Configuration Manual Converters
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4.4 Integrated power modules: 3-axis CCU box
Permissible duty
cycles FSD
For use as FSD power module (A1 – A3)
I
Imax
In
0.2 s
Imax = Peak current
In = Rated current
Fig. 4-12
t
10 s
Peak current duty cycle with previous load for FSD
I
Imax
In
Imax = Peak current
In = Rated current
Fig. 4-13
Permissible duty
cycles FSD
4s
t
10 s
Peak current duty cycle without previous load for FSD
For MSD power module only with 24A/32A
I
Imax
IS6
In
0.7xIn
4 min
10 min
t
Imax = Peak current
In = Rated current
Fig. 4-14
4-72
S6 duty cycle with previous load for MSD
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4.4 Integrated power modules: 3-axis CCU box
I
Imax
IS6
In
0.7xIn
10 s
60 s
t
Imax = Peak current
In = Rated current
Fig. 4-15
Coincidence factor
S6 duty cycle with previous load for MSD
The power modules A2 and A3 may only be operated in simultaneous continuous duty at 63 % of their rated current on average. No coincidence restrictions apply to A1.
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4.5 Integrated power modules: 2-axis CCU box
4.5
Integrated power modules: 2-axis CCU box
Description
On the SINUMERIK 810D, 2 integrated power modules are fitted on one heat
sink in the 2-axis CCU box:
Power module for 9A/18A (FSD)
Heat sink temperature sensor
The 2-axis CCU box can be mounted with internal or external heat dissipation.
Table 4-17
Assignment between motor connection and power module
Motor connection
Power module
Rated current
(sine, rms)
A1 (rear)
9A/18A (only as FSD)
9A
A2 (front)
9A/18A (only as FSD)
9A
Note
The 3rd drive number “A3” can be used for an axis in “Axis expansion plug-in
unit left”.
Current derating
as a function of
the ambient
temperature
All the technical details apply for ambient temperatures up to max. 40 C. At
ambient temperatures > 40, linear current derating is necessary, as in the case
of the OI power supply. At maximum ambient temperature 55 C: Current
derating to 60 % of the 40 C value.
Current derating
as a function of
the installation
altitude
All power ratings apply up to an installation altitude of 1000 m. At an installation
altitude > 1000 m, the load currents must be derated according to the diagram
for the OI power supply.
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The diagram is given in Subsection 4.3.3 Installation altitude
References:
/PJU/, Configuration Manual Converters
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4.6 PLC module
Permissible duty
cycles FSD
For use as FSD power module (A1 – A2)
I
Imax
In
0.2 s
Imax = Peak current
In = Rated current
Fig. 4-16
t
10 s
Peak current duty cycle with previous load for FSD
I
Imax
In
Imax = Peak current
In = Rated current
Fig. 4-17
t
10 s
Peak current duty cycle without previous load for FSD
References:
4.6
4s
/PJU/, Configuration Manual Converters
PLC module
PLC module
The PLC module represents a PLC-CPU that is compatible with the S7-300
product range. Via the PK bus X111, three external chains with eight S7-300 I/O
modules each can be connected. It is also possible to connect up three single
I/O modules. Mixing IM 361s and single I/O modules is permissible.
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4.7 PCMCIA card (memory card)
4.7
PCMCIA card (memory card)
The CCU contains a plug-in unit for standard PC cards with which all type II
flash cards with up to 8 Mbytes storage capacity can be operated.
Recommendation: Use Siemens PC cards.
The PCMCIA card is used for software upgrading or for standard software.
In addition to the software upgrade, the PC card can also be used for series
commissioning; see
References: /IAC/, Commissioning Manual 810D
The PCMCIA card with the system software must remain inserted during
operation.
Caution
Inserting and removing the PCMCIA card while energized will cause data to be
lost!
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Axis Expansion
5.1
Axis expansion plug-in unit
Application
The axis expansion plug-in unit is installed in a SIMODRIVE 611 power module and then connected to the X304-X306 axis expansion terminal of the
SINUMERIK 810D. The plug-in unit is designed for 1-axis and 2-axis power
modules.
There is also an axis expansion plug-in unit left with terminals for connectors
X307 (CCU) und X301 (expansion plug-in unit) at the same height.
Axis expansion plug-in unit, left
Axis expansion
plug-in unit
SIEMENS
SIMODRIVE
Power supply
(I/R or OI)
Fig. 5-1
LDC
810D
(CCU3)
LDC
Axis expansion plug-in unit, left and right, for the SINUMERIK 810D with
SIMODRIVE 611 power modules
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5.1 Axis expansion plug-in unit
Note
On LT modules more than 50 mm wide and a permanently mounted device
bus, the free end of the device bus must be fixed to the 34-pole device bus
connector on the module.
Axis expansion
plug-in unit
Fig. 5-2
Connecting
the ribbon cable
connector
5-78
SIMODRIVE 611
power module
Mounting the axis expansion plug-in unit in the power module
The axis expansion plug-in module has two connectors X301 and X302.
Connector X301 must be connected to a 1-axis power module when used. If a
2-axis power module is used, connector X301 must be assigned to the first axis
and connectors X302, to the second axis.
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5.1 Axis expansion plug-in unit
Table 5-1
Connection of the ribbon cable connector to the axis expansion plug-in
unit
Ribbon cable connector
1-axis power module
2-axis power module
X301
1st axis
1st axis
X302
Unassigned
2nd axis
Installation
1. Bring in and connect the ribbon cable for connector X301 through the slot in
the front panel with the notch facing forward.
2. If applicable, also attach the ribbon cable for connector X302 accordingly
(for 2nd axis).
Front panel
Notch
X302
301 302
X301
Ribbon cable
Sheet-metal cover
Fig. 5-3
Axis expansion plug-in unit
Connection of the ribbon cables to the axis expansion
3. After plugging in the axis expansion plug-in unit and connecting to the CCU,
you should push the excess cable length in the space provided for that purpose under the sheet-metal cover of the axis expansion plug-in unit.
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5.2 Axis expansion with SIMODRIVE 611D control plug-in unit
5.2
Axis expansion with SIMODRIVE 611D control plug-in
unit
Application
Axis expansion with SIMODRIVE 611D control plug-in unit is only used if the
number of measuring channels of the SINUMERIK 810D is insufficient, or
higher performance is required.
Mounting
The SIMODRIVE 611D module must be inserted as the first module to the right
of the SINUMERIK 810D. If DC link busbars are connected, all screws must be
tightened firmly (comply with tightening torque, see figure 3-4).
Connection
A special set of cables is required to connect the SIMODRIVE 611D control
module. This cable set contains the connection with the drive bus and another
device bus cable.
Cable set:
Device bus and drive bus
611D control plug-in unit
SIEMENS
SIMODRIVE
Power supply
(I/R or OI)
Fig. 5-4
5-80
810D
(CCU3)
LDC
Axis expansion for SINUMERIK 810D with the SIMODRIVE 611D module
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5.2 Axis expansion with SIMODRIVE 611D control plug-in unit
Note
For EMC-compliant assembly, shielded motor cables must be used in
conjunction with the shielding contact plates available for SIMODRIVE power
modules; see
References:
/PJU/, Configuration Manual Converters
/EMV/, EMC Configuring Guidelines
Cable set for axis
expansion
For connection of the SIMODRIVE 611D control plug-in unit that is located
immediately to the right of the 810D.
Drive bus cable
62
Device bus cable
54
Fig. 5-5
Table 5-2
105
Cable set for axis expansion with SIMODRIVE 611D module
Recommendation for length selection of the drive bus cable
Order no.
Module width to be
bridged in mm
Comment
6SN1161-1CA00-0BA1
50
Drive bus cable round
cable, shielded
6FC5247-0AA28-0AA0
GWE: 462008006403
50
50
Device bus cable
Device bus cable
6SN1161-1AA00-0BA0
<50
Device bus cable 400 mm
NC60 Catalog: Select
length + 50 mm
<50
Drive bus cable round
cable, shielded
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5.2 Axis expansion with SIMODRIVE 611D control plug-in unit
Notes
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6
I/O Modules
6.1
Single I/O module
Brief description
The single I/O module has 64 inputs and 32 short-circuit-proof outputs (isolated). Each output can be loaded with 0.5 A. The coincidence factor is 75 %.
Up to three single I/O modules can be attached to the SINUMERIK 810D;
combinations with SIMATIC S7-300 chains are possible.
Connection
to 810D
The single I/O module (connector X3 IN) is connected to the SINUMERIK 810D
(connector X111). The max. cable length is 10 m. Two cable variants are available for the connection from one single I/O module to the next:
For single mounting: 6ES7368-30-0AA0
For single-tier configuration with several single I/O modules:
6FC5411-0AA80-0AA0, length 150 mm.
6ES7368-30-0AA0
X111
ÏÏÏ
ÏÏÏ
ÏÏÏ
ÏÏÏ
ÏÏÏ
ÏÏÏ
ÏÏÏ
ÏÏÏ
IN
OUT
X3
Single
810D
ÏÏ
ÏÏ
ÏÏ
ÏÏ
ÏÏ
ÏÏ
ÏÏ
ÏÏ
ÏÏ
ÏÏ
I/O
module
Connecting cable shielded for single-tier configuration
only 6FC5411-0AA80-0AA0, length 150 mm
ÏÏÏ
ÏÏÏ
ÏÏÏ
ÏÏÏ
ÏÏÏ
ÏÏÏ
ÏÏÏ
ÏÏÏ
IN
Single
I/O
module
X405
IN
X3
OUT
X3
Single
Single
I/O
I/O
module
module
6ES7368-30-0AA0
SINUMERIK 810D
6ES7368-30-0AA0
6FC5411-0AA80-0AA0, length 150mm
IM 361 or second single I/O module
X3 IN
X3 OUT
ÏÏÏ
ÏÏÏ
ÏÏÏ
ÏÏÏ
ÏÏÏ
ÏÏÏ
ÏÏÏ
ÏÏÏ
OUT
Ribbon cable
Terminal strip converter
32 I
Ribbon cable
X405
Terminal strip converter
32 I
X402
Ribbon cable
Terminal strip converter
32 O
Fig. 6-1
Overview of terminals, single I/O modules on the SINUMERIK 810D
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6.1 Single I/O module
Cooling clearance 50 mm
70
SHIELD
M24Lo.
P24Logic
Space for
front
connector
374
360
SHIELD
M24Po
P24Power
Cooling clearance 50 mm
25
Fig. 6-2
Dimension drawing of single I/O module
EMC measures
6-84
135
25
The single I/O module has an equipotential bonding terminal. To conduct interference currents away, a low-resistance finely stranded bonding conductor to
the ground bus is required (see subsection 2.1.3) with a cross-section of at least
10 mm2. The connection must be as short as possible. When the PE and interference conductors are in common, the PE conductor rules in EN 61800-5-1
must be followed.
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6.1 Single I/O module
Technical data
Table 6-1
Technical data of the single I/O module
Power supply for LOGIC (X1) and POWER (X5)
– rated value
– perm. range
– ripple
– polarity reversal protection
– fuse-protection
– LOGIC
– POWER
– LOGIC
– POWER
24 V DC
18.5 ... 30.2 V
3.6 Vpp
yes
LOGIC: 1 A/250 V
POWER: no
Type: 0.3 A, max. 1 A
max: 12 A
Type: 7.2 VA, max. 30.2 VA
max. 362 VA
Inputs
Number of inputs
Signal level for signal “0”
Signal level for signal “1”
Isolation
Input
p current 1-signal
g
Input current 0-signal
Delay time TPHL
Delay time TPLH
Voltage strength
Cable length terminal block
64 digital inputs
–3 V to + 5 V
+ 15 V to + 30 V
yes (optocoupler)
2 – 15 mA,, type:
yp 6 mA
–9 mA to 1 mA
0.5 to 3 ms
0.5 to 3 ms
2 kV
max. 3 m
Outputs
Number of outputs
Signal level for signal “0”
Signal level for signal “1”
Isolation
Short-circuit-proof
Max. output current
32 digital outputs
open
UPower – 0.5 V
yes (optocoupler)
yes
resistive: 0.6 A
inductive: 0.6 A
Lamp: 6 W
ohmic load: 100 Hz
inductive load: 2 Hz
Lamp load: 11 Hz
2 kV
max. 3 m
Current consumption
Power loss
Switching frequency
Voltage strength
Cable length terminal block
Overtemperature protection
Block specific
Coincidence factor
Total of all rated currents each within group of 0.5 A
75 %
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6.1 Single I/O module
Connection of the
electronics
power supply
The 24 V DC power supply is connected to X1 via a 3-way angled Phoenix
screw terminal connector (2.5 mm2).
SHIELD (pin 3)
M24 (pin 2)
P24Logic (pin 1)
X1
Table 6-2
X1 pin assignment
X1 LOGIC power supply
Pin
Name
Type
3
SHIELD
2
M24
VI
1
P24 Logic
VI
Signal names
P24 Logic
M24
+ 24 V electronics power supply external
Electronics power supply ground external
Signal type
VI
Voltage Input
Note
SHIELD and M24 must be bridged.
Connecting the
load power supply
The 24 V DC load power supply is connected to X5 via a 3-way angled Phoenix
screw terminal connector (2.5 mm2).
SHIELD (pin 3)
M24 Power (pin 2)
P24 Power (pin 1)
Table 6-3
X5 pin assignment
X5 POWER power supply
Pin
Name
Type
3
SHIELD
2
M24
VI
1
P24 Power
VI
Signal names
P24 Power
M24
+ 24 V load power supply external
Load power supply ground external
Signal type
VI
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Voltage Input
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6.1 Single I/O module
Connection of the
inputs/outputs
The inputs/outputs are connected via ribbon cables (max. 3 m length). The
following 34-way terminal strip converters can be used for this purpose:
see References:
Catalog NCZ
Terminal strip converter without LED:
6FC9302-2AA
Terminal strip converter with LED red:
6FC9302-2AB (0.5A)
6FC9302-2AL (2 A)
Terminal strip converter with LED green: 6FC9302-2BB01
Assignment of the ribbon cable is compatible with the I/O modules (logic
modules) of the SINUMERIK 810.
Meaning
of the LEDs
The module status of the single I/O module is indicated via two LEDs.
X402
outputs 0-31
Connecting the outputs
LED green:
LED red:
5 V Power OK
Group error
Connector name:
Connector type:
Length of the ribbon cable:
X402 OUTPUT 0–31
34-way DIN ribbon cable connection
Max. 3 m to the terminal strip converter
Note
The outputs must be protected externally against voltage surges by inductive
loads. (free-wheeling diodes, RC elements, . . .)
1
Not
assigned
2
Not
assigned
3
OUT0ȱ0ȳ
O
4
OUT0ȱ1ȳ
O
5
OUT0ȱ2ȳ
O
6
OUT0ȱ3ȳ
O
7
OUT0ȱ4ȳ
O
8
OUT0ȱ5ȳ
O
9
OUT0ȱ6ȳ
O
10
OUT0ȱ7ȳ
O
11
OUT1ȱ0ȳ
O
12
OUT1ȱ1ȳ
O
13
OUT1ȱ2ȳ
O
14
OUT1ȱ3ȳ
O
15
OUT1ȱ4ȳ
O
16
OUT1ȱ5ȳ
O
17
OUT1ȱ6ȳ
O
18
OUT1ȱ7ȳ
O
19
OUT2ȱ0ȳ
O
20
OUT2ȱ1ȳ
O
21
OUT2ȱ2ȳ
O
22
OUT2ȱ3ȳ
O
23
OUT2ȱ4ȳ
O
24
OUT2ȱ5ȳ
O
25
OUT2ȱ6ȳ
O
26
OUT2ȱ7ȳ
O
27
OUT3ȱ0ȳ
O
28
OUT3ȱ1ȳ
O
29
OUT3ȱ2ȳ
O
30
OUT3ȱ3ȳ
O
31
OUT3ȱ4ȳ
O
32
OUT3ȱ5ȳ
O
33
OUT3ȱ6ȳ
O
34
OUT3ȱ7ȳ
O
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Signal names
OUTi[j]
Output j of output byte i
Signal type
O
X404
Inputs 0 to 31
Output
Connecting inputs 0 to 31
Connector name:
Connector type:
of the ribbon cable:
1
Not
assigned
3
INP0ȱ0ȳ
5
X404 INPUT 0–31
34-way DIN ribbon cable connection length
Max. 3 m to the terminal block
2
Not
assigned
I
4
INP0ȱ1ȳ
I
INP0ȱ2ȳ
I
6
INP0ȱ3ȳ
I
7
INP0ȱ4ȳ
I
8
INP0ȱ5ȳ
I
9
INP0ȱ6ȳ
I
10
INP0ȱ7ȳ
I
11
INP1ȱ0ȳ
I
12
INP1ȱ1ȳ
I
13
INP1ȱ2ȳ
I
14
INP1ȱ3ȳ
I
15
INP1ȱ4ȳ
I
16
INP1ȱ5ȳ
I
17
INP1ȱ6ȳ
I
18
INP1ȱ7ȳ
I
19
INP2ȱ0ȳ
I
20
INP2ȱ1ȳ
I
21
INP2ȱ2ȳ
I
22
INP2ȱ3ȳ
I
23
INP2ȱ4ȳ
I
24
INP2ȱ5ȳ
I
25
INP2ȱ6ȳ
I
26
INP2ȱ7ȳ
I
27
INP3ȱ0ȳ
I
28
INP3ȱ1ȳ
I
29
INP3ȱ2ȳ
I
30
INP3ȱ3ȳ
I
31
INP3ȱ4ȳ
I
32
INP3ȱ5ȳ
I
33
INP3ȱ6ȳ
I
34
INP3ȱ7ȳ
I
Signal names
INPi[j]
Input j of input byte i
Signal type
I
6-88
Input
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X405
Inputs 32 to 63
Connecting inputs 32 to 63
Connector name:
Connector type:
of the ribbon cable:
1
Not
assigned
3
INP4ȱ0ȳ
5
X405 INPUT 32–63
34-way DIN ribbon cable connection length
Max 3 m to the terminal block
2
Not
assigned
I
4
INP4ȱ1ȳ
I
INP4ȱ2ȳ
I
6
INP4ȱ3ȳ
I
7
INP4ȱ4ȳ
I
8
INP4ȱ5ȳ
I
9
INP4ȱ6ȳ
I
10
INP4ȱ7ȳ
I
11
INP5ȱ0ȳ
I
12
INP5ȱ1ȳ
I
13
INP5ȱ2ȳ
I
14
INP5ȱ3ȳ
I
15
INP5ȱ4ȳ
I
16
INP5ȱ5ȳ
I
17
INP5ȱ6ȳ
I
18
INP5ȱ7ȳ
I
19
INP6ȱ0ȳ
I
20
INP6ȱ1ȳ
I
21
INP6ȱ2ȳ
I
22
INP6ȱ3ȳ
I
23
INP6ȱ4ȳ
I
24
INP6ȱ5ȳ
I
25
INP6ȱ6ȳ
I
26
INP6ȱ7ȳ
I
27
INP7ȱ0ȳ
I
28
INP7ȱ1ȳ
I
29
INP7ȱ2ȳ
I
30
INP7ȱ3ȳ
I
31
INP7ȱ4ȳ
I
32
INP7ȱ5ȳ
I
33
INP7ȱ6ȳ
I
34
INP7ȱ7ȳ
I
Signal names
INPi[j]
Input j of input byte i
Signal type
I
Address space
Input
From the PLC’s viewpoint, the 810D single I/O is equivalent to a S7-300 I/O
chain with the following configuration:
P-bus interface IM-R
2 x 32-bit input module
1 x 32-bit output module
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X3 IN
X404
X405
X406
X3 OUT
32 inputs 0 to 31
32 inputs 32 to 63
32 outputs 0 to 31
This results in the following address space:
1. Input range
Input byte (chain number *32) to (chain number *32) +7, i.e. from input byte
32 to input byte 39 for operation in chain 1
2. Output range
Output byte (chain number *32) +8 to (chain number *32) +11, i.e. from output byte 40 to output byte 44 for operation in chain 1
Only one I/O module is possible per chain.
The address range is assigned automatically during startup. Parameterization is
not required.
In HW Config, it is possible to treat the 810D I/Os as the equivalent arrangement of S7-300 modules.
Chain 1
X111
P-bus
Chain 2
Chain 3
SINUMERIK 810D
with
integrated PLC
Single I/O
module
Single I/O
module
Single I/O
module
Fig. 6-3
SINUMERIK 810D with 3 I/O chains (max. configuration)
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NCU Terminal Block
6FC5211-0AA00-0AA0
X20: Interface with the drive bus
X21: Interface with the next NCU terminal block
2.5mm2
24V
0V
4 3 21
Shielding plate
X9: Terminal external 24 V logic power supply
DMP compact module slots
100
1
PE
conductor
connection
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
74.4
Status LED green: 5V OK
Status LED yellow: Internal fault terminal block
Status LED red: External fault (drive bus interface)
237
257
Depth: 40 mm or 130 mm (with DMP compact module)
Fig. 7-1
Front view of NCU terminal block
Mounting
In order to ensure optimum heat dissipation of the DMP compact module, the
terminal block should be secured horizontally, so that the modules can be
suspended vertically.
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Connection to the
drive bus
!
The terminal block is connected to connector X20 on the drive bus of the last
drive module via round cables. These cables are available in different lengths.
(cable lengths 1, 2, 5, and 10 m). Up to 2 terminal blocks can be operated (in
accordance with the available NCK addresses for rapid analog and digital I/Os).
The round cables are also used in conjunction with individual terminal blocks.
Important
Please make sure that the total length of the cable connections does not
exceed 10 m.
611 control
plug-in unit
Up to 2 NCU terminal
blocks can be connected
Termination
connector
Drive bus max.
length 10 m
SIEMENS
SIMODRIVE
Power supply
(I/R or OI)
Fig. 7-2
810D
LDC
Note:
If there are EMC problems, attach the shield of
the drive bus cable to the drive module (above).
Connection of NCU terminal block
Terminator
The drive bus terminator must be plugged into slot X21 on the last NCU terminal
block.
PE conductor
When the PE and interference conductors are in common, the PE conductor
rules in EN 61800-5-1 must be followed. PE conductor connection, see fig. 7-1.
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EMC measures
The PE conductor connection is also used to conduct interference currents
away from:
the shields of the DMP casing,
the DMP compact plug-in modules,
the 24 V logic power supply.
To ensure that these interference suppression measures are effective, there
must be a low-resistance connection between the shielding plate and ground
potential.
The low-resistance bonding conductor should be a stranded cable with a crosssection of at least 10 mm2 and a length of less than < 30 cm, if possible.
DMP compact
modules
A maximum of 8 DMP compact modules can be connected per NCU terminal
block.
Module type
Max.
Variation
number
DMP compact module 16 I
2
Digital inputs
DMP compact module 16 O
2
Digital outputs 0,5 A
DMP compact module 8 O
4
Digital outputs 2.0 A
DMP compact module 1I analog
8
Analog input 13 bits
DMP compact module 1I NC analog IN
4
Rapid analog input 75 ms, 12 bits
DMP compact module 1O analog
4
Analog output 14 bits
Equipment in max. 2 terminal blocks of a control:
!
!
Peripherals
Number
Digital inputs
32
Digital outputs
32
Analog inputs
8
Analog outputs
8
Important
A maximum of 4 analog outputs and 4 analog inputs can be plugged in at the
same time for each NCU terminal block.
Caution
After the load supply voltage for the DMP compact modules has been switched
off during operation, the outputs do not reliably reestablish through-connection
when the load supply voltage is switched on again. If switch-off during
operation cannot be avoided, the DMP outputs have to be reset via the PLC
program when the load supply voltage is switched off. The outputs are set
again after the voltage has been switched on again.
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Monitoring
functions
+5 V monitoring
Temperature monitoring 60 C "3 C
Configuration monitoring
Sign-of-life monitoring (watchdog) of the microcontroller
Sign-of-life monitoring of the NC
Fault
Acquisition
Effect
Undervoltage
(< 4.75 V)
Limit monitor
Disabling of the NC outputs,
LED (green) off
Ambient temperature
Temperature sensor
Status signal to NC,
screen display
Sign of life CCU
Cyclic signaling
Disabling of the NC outputs,
LED (red) on
Watchdog
Time acquisition
Disabling of the NC outputs,
LED (red) on
Hardware combination
Hardware
configuration
Disabling of the NC outputs,
LED (red, yellow) on,
status signal to NC
The digital and analog ouputs are switched to a safe state (0 V at the output)
with the XOUTDS signal in the event of disturbances or faults in the CCU, the
microcontroller, and power failure.
Power supply
DC 24 V (20.4 V DC to 28.8 V DC)
Connector designation: X9
Connector type:
4-pole terminal block, 2.5 mm2 Terminal
Table 7-1
X9 pin assignments
X9
Pin
Name
Type
1
P24 ext
VI
2
P24 ext
VI
3
M24 ext
VI
4
M24 ext
VI
Note
Pins 1 and 2 or 3 and 4 are bridged in a group on the module.
Signal names
P24 ext
M24 ext
+24 V power supply external
Power supply ground external
Signal type
VI
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Voltage Input
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X20/X21
X
X11–X18
Drive bus interface
Connector name:
Connector type:
Special features:
Caution:
Module connector
Connector name:
Connector type:
Table 7-2
X20 (IN) X21 (OUT)
36-pole micro ribbon
Non-isolated, no protective separation
Max. length of the drive bus is 10 m
X11 ... X18 (slots 1 ... 8)
30-pole male connector ELCO Microleaf
Technical data of the NCU terminal block
Mechanical data
Dimensions
Weight
Height
Width
Depth
100 mm
257 mm
40 mm
Approx. 0.5 kg
Ambient conditions
Degree of protection
IP20 or IPXXB
Power consumption (24 V)
During operation
150 –500 mA
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Notes
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DMP Compact Modules
Mounting
The following dimensions must be observed when mounting:
Table 8-1
Dimensions of the DMP compact modules
Width
25 mm
Height
90 mm
115 mm with plugged in connecting plugs
130 mm with terminal block
8.1
Depth
108 mm
Degree of
protection
IP20 or IPXXB
DMP compact module 16I (6FC5111-0CA01-0AA0)
The DMP compact module 16I is an encapsulated module. It can be plugged
into a slot of the NCU terminal block as a plug-in module.
1,5
0V
X3
Status
LEDs
Labeling
strips
X3
0
.
.
7
LOW byte
0
.
.
7
HIGH byte
X2
Fig. 8-1
P M 7 6 5
4 3 2 1 0
0 1 2 3 4
5 6 7 M P X2
X1
Fixing
screw
M = GND
Inputs
IN 7 ... IN 0
HIGH byte
Inputs
IN 0 ... IN 7
LOW byte
0V
1,5
Front view and side view of a DMP compact module 16I
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8.1 DMP compact module 16I (6FC5111-0CA01-0AA0)
Interfaces
A 30-pole connector X1 for connection to the NCU terminal block.
Two 10x terminals X2 and X3 (Phoenix, Type MC1.5/10-ST-3.81 GREY,
order no. for X3 and X2: 18 28 171) for connecting the 16 inputs and the
load power supply.
The terminals are pluggable and can be mechanically coded by the
customer.
The 24 V terminal P is not used
Display elements
16 LEDs as a status display for the logical states of the inputs.
LEDs lit:
Table 8-2
Input on.
Technical data of DMP compact module 16I
Number of inputs
16 digital inputs
Galvanic isolation
Yes
Power supply VLOAD
– Rated value
– Perm. range
– Ripple
24 V DC
20.4 V to 28.8 V
3.6 Vpp
– Rated value
– For signal “0”
– For signal “1”
24 V DC
–3 to +5 V
+13 V to +33 V
Input voltage
Input current for signal “1”
8-98
+ 2 mA to + 5 mA
Delay time
for tpLH
tpLH = type 1 ms
Delay time
for tpHL
tpHL = type 1 ms
Length for cables
max. 30 m
Weight
about 125 g
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8.2 DMP compact module 16O (6FC5111-0CA02-0AA2)
8.2
DMP compact module 16O (6FC5111-0CA02-0AA2)
The DMP compact module 16O is an encapsulated module. It can be plugged
into a slot of the NCU terminal block as a plug-in module.
24 VLOAD DC 1.5
0V
X3
X3
Status
LEDs
Labeling
strips
0
.
.
7
LOW byte
0
.
.
7
HIGH byte
Fixing
screw
Outputs
OUT 0 ... OUT 7
LOW byte
M = GND
Interfaces
P M 7 6 5
4 3 2 1 0
0 1 2 3 4
5 6 7 M P X2
X1
X2
Fig. 8-2
Outputs
OUT 7 ... OUT 0
HIGH byte
0V
24 VLOAD DC 1.5
Front view and side view of a DMP compact module 16A
A 30-pole connector X1 for connection to the NCU terminal block.
10-terminal X2 and X3 (Phoenix, Type MC1.5/10-ST-3.81 GREY, order no.
for X3 and X2: 18 28 171) for connecting the 16 outputs and the load power
supply.
The terminals are pluggable and can be mechanically coded by the
customer.
Display elements
16 LEDs as a status display for the logical states of the outputs.
As from product version B, the LEDs go out when the load voltage fails.
LEDs lit:
Table 8-3
Output on.
Technical data of DMP compact module 16O
Number of outputs
16 digital outputs
Galvanic isolation
Yes
Power supply VLOAD
– Rated value
– Perm. range
– Ripple
24 V DC
20.4 V to 28.8 V
3.6 Vpp
Signal level of the outputs (typically)
– For signal “0”
– For signal “1”
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Vload –250 mV
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8.2 DMP compact module 16O (6FC5111-0CA02-0AA2)
Table 8-3
Technical data of DMP compact module 16O
Output load for signal “1” (rated value)
– Ohmic load
– Lamp load
– Inductive load
500 mA
5W
500 mA
Short-circuit protection
Yes
Power loss at 30 V
Max. 3.8 W
Operating frequency for
– Ohmic load
– Lamps
– Inductive load (for rated
current, higher values are
permissible for lower currents)
!
100 Hz
11 Hz
2 Hz
Total load capability at 55 C (relative to the total rated
current of all outputs)
50 %
Delay time
for tpLH
tpLH = max. 0.5 ms
Delay time
for tpHL
tpHL = max. 0.5 ms
Length for cables
Max. 50 m
Weight
about 160 g
Important
As of version C, a new output driver is used for the DMP compact module 16A.
The following behavior is to be observed:
In the event of a fault triggered by overcurrent or short-circuit, the outputs
automatically reconnect after the fault has been rectified. (previously: latching
disable until the output is reactivated by the PLC user program).
If one output is short-circuited, the three other outputs of the same half-byte can
also be disabled. In normal operation with currents < 0.7 A, there is no mutual
influence.
8 outputs each are powered by a power supply. For each group of 8 outputs
(2 x outputs 0 ... 7), the total of the output currents must not be greater than 2 A.
(This corresponds to a coincidence factor of 50 % if each output is under full
load). All 16 outputs can be loaded simultaneously with 0.25 A for example.
!
8-100
Important
If inductive loads are used, switching voltage peaks must be limited by external
free-wheeling diodes or RC connections.
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8.3 DMP compact module 8O (6FC5111-0CA03-0AA2)
8.3
DMP compact module 8O (6FC5111-0CA03-0AA2)
The DMP compact module 8O is an encapsulated module. It can be plugged
into a slot of the NCU terminal block as a plug-in module.
24 VLOAD DC 2.5
0V
X3
Status
LEDs
X3
P M7 6 5 4
X2
0 1 2 3 MP
Outputs
OUT 7 ... OUT 4
0
.
.
7
Labeling
strips
X1
Fixing
screw
X2
Outputs
OUT 0 ... OUT 3
0V
24 VLOAD DC 2.5
M = GND
Fig. 8-3
Interfaces
Front view and side view of a DMP compact module 8A
Terminal
P
M
(GND)
7/3
6/2
5/1
4/0
X3
24 V
0V
OUT 7
OUT 6
OUT 5
OUT 4
X2
24 V
0V
OUT 3
OUT 2
OUT 1
OUT 0
A 30-pole connector X1 for connection to the NCU terminal block.
6-way terminals X3 and X2 (Phoenix, type MSTB2.5/6-ST-5.08 GRAY, order
no. for X3:18 28 647 and for X2: 18 28 168) for connecting the 8 outputs and
the load power supply.
The terminals are pluggable and can be mechanically coded by the
customer.
Display elements
8 LEDs as a status display for the logical states of the outputs. As from product
version B, the LEDs go out when the load voltage fails.
LEDs lit:
Output on
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8.3 DMP compact module 8O (6FC5111-0CA03-0AA2)
Table 8-4
Technical data of DMP compact module 8O
Number of outputs
8 digital outputs
Galvanic isolation
Yes
Power supply VLOAD
– Rated value
– Perm. range
– Ripple
24 V DC
20.4 V to 28.8 V
3.6 Vpp
Signal level of the outputs (typically)
– For signal “0”
– For signal “1”
Open
Vload –80 mV
Output load for signal “1” (rated value)
– Ohmic load
– Lamp load
– Inductive load
Short-circuit protection
Yes
Power loss at 30 V
Max. 3.1 W
Operating frequency for
!
2000 mA
25 W
2000 mA
– Ohmic load
– Lamps
– Inductive load (for rated
current, higher values are
permissible for lower currents)
100 Hz
11 Hz
2 Hz
Total load capability at 55 C (relative to the total rated
current of all outputs)
50 %
Delay time
for tpLH
tpLH = max. 0.5 ms
Delay time
for tpHL
tpHL = max. 0.5 ms
Length for cables
max. 50 m
Weight
about 145 g
Important
As of product version B, a new output driver is used for the DMP compact
module 8O. It behaves as follows:
In the event of a fault triggered by overcurrent or short-circuit, the outputs
automatically reconnect after the fault has been rectified.
4 outputs each are powered by a power supply. For each group of 4 outputs
(outputs 0 to 3 and 4 to 7), the total of the output currents must not be greater
than 4 A. (This corresponds to a coincidence factor of 50 % if each output is
under full load). All 8 outputs can be loaded simultaneously with 1 A for
example.
!
8-102
Important
If inductive loads are used, switching voltage peaks must be limited by external
free-wheeling diodes or RC connections.
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8.4 DMP compact module 1I analog (6FC5111-0CA04-0AA0)
8.4
DMP compact module 1I analog (6FC5111-0CA04-0AA0)
The DMP compact module 1I analog is an encapsulated module. It can be
plugged into a slot of the NCU terminal block as a plug-in module. (Maximum of
4 modules per terminal block) The conversion time is a max. of 60 ms in the
rated range and a max. of 80 ms in the overshoot range.
P1 P2 M1 M2
24 V DC
2.5
0V
X3
Status
LEDs
Connecting terminals
POWER
SUPPLY
OK
Labeling
strips
ANALOG
IN
Fixing
screw
S1
X1
S2
1
3 2
X2
2.5
Fig. 8-4
Interfaces
6 . . 1
1
2
Terminal:
6, 1 Shield
2
Current source PT100
3
Analog input In+
4
Analog input In–
5
Ground
Front view and side view of a DMP compact module 1E analog
A 30-pole connector X1 for connection to the NCU terminal block.
4-way terminal X3 (Phoenix, Type MSTB2.5/4-ST-5.08 GREY, order no. for
X3: 18 48 407) for connecting the power supply for the analog part and 6x
terminal X2 (Phoenix, Type MSTB2.5/6-ST-5.08 GREY, order no. for X2:
17 87 076) for connecting the analog input.
The terminals are pluggable and can be mechanically coded by the
customer.
Display elements
1 LED as a status display for the power supply.
LED lit:
Jumpering
internal power supply OK
S1:
Setting of the measurement range
1–2 closed:
+10 V
1–3 closed:
+500 mV
S2:
Setting the line frequency
closed:
for 50 Hz systems
open:
for 60 Hz systems
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8.4 DMP compact module 1I analog (6FC5111-0CA04-0AA0)
Analog value
representation
The DMP compact module 1I analog is used to input and digitize an analog
voltage value. This voltage value is measured by an isolated differential input.
In conjunction with the installed constant current source (2.5 mA), it is possible
to connect PT100 resistance thermometers.
Conversion time
Table 8-5
The conversion time depends on the level of the input voltage.
Input voltage in the dimensioning range ––> conversion time < 60 ms.
Input voltage in the overshoot range ––> conversion time < 80 ms.
The integration time is included in the conversion time, which determines the
noise suppression:
S 2 closed––> Integration time 20 ms 50 Hz noise suppression.
S 2 open––> Integration time 16 2/3 ms 60 Hz noise suppression.
Digital analog value representation for DMP compact module 1I analog
Input word
IB m
7
Significance
6
5
4
3
IB m+1
2
1
0
7
6
5
4
Analog input voltage
3
2
1
SG 211 210 29 28 27 26 25
24 23 22 21 20
0
0R PF
0
1
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
:
0
:
10 V range
500 mV
range
19.995 V
999.76 mV
:
:
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
10.005 V
500.24 mV
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
10 V
500 mV
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
9.995 V
499.76 mV
:
:
0.005 V
0.24 mV
:
Digital value
0
:
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0V
0 mV
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
–0.005 V
–0.24 mV
:
:
:
:
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
–9.995 V
–499.76 mV
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
–10 V
–500 mV
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
–10.005 V
–500.24 mV
:
:
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
–19.995 V
–999.76 mV
0
= always 0
:
:
OR= Overflow bit, input voltage is greater than 20 V or 1 V (double input
range)
PF = Power supply failure of the analog part
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Example
circuits
Analog voltage measurement
X2
S
6
X2
M – +
S
5 4 3 2 1
M – +
S
5 4 3 2 1
Differential input
(common-mode
disturbances are
suppressed)
Measurement with PT100
U
S
6
S
6
X2
M – + I S
5 4 3 2 1
S
6
U
Unipolar
(default)
X2
M – + I S
5 4 3 2 1
PT100 with
2-wire
connection
PT100 with
4-wire connection
Fig. 8-5
Example circuits for DMP compact module 1I analog
Note
If the power source is not required, it must be short-circuited.
Table 8-6
Technical data DMP compact module 1I analog
Number of inputs
1 analog input
Galvanic isolation
Yes
Power supply VLOAD
– Rated value
– Perm. range
– Ripple
24 V DC
20.4 V to 28.8 V
3.6 Vpp
Input voltage
– Rated range
"10 V or "500 mV+
– Overshoot range
"20 V or "1 V
Current consumption (24 V)
45 mA
Iconst for PT100
2.5 mA
Connection of signal generators
see below
Digital representation of the input signal
12 bits + sign
Error message (input voltage in the overshoot range)
Yes
Basic error limits
"0.2 %
Operational limits (0
C
to 60
C)
"0.5 %
Length of cables (shielded)
max.
Weight
about 150 g
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8.5 DMP compact module 1I NC analog (6FC5211-0AA10-0AA0)
8.5
DMP compact module 1I NC analog
(6FC5211-0AA10-0AA0)
The DMP compact module 1I NC analog is an encapsulated rapid analog input
module with 75 ms access time. It can be plugged into a slot of the NCU terminal
block as a plug-in module (maximum 4 modules per terminal block).
P1 P2 M1 M2
24 V DC
2.5
0V
X3
Status
LEDs
Connecting terminals
POWER
SUPPLY
OK
Labeling
strips
ANALOG
IN
Fixing
screw
S1
X1
S2
1
3 2
X2
2,5
Fig. 8-6
Interfaces
6 . . 1
1
2
Terminal:
6, 1 Shield
2
Ground
3
Analog input In+
4
Analog input In–
5
Ground
Front view and side view of a DMP compact module 1E NC analog
A 30-pole connector X1 for connection to the NCU terminal block.
4-way terminal X3 (Phoenix, Type MSTB2.5/4-ST-5.08 GREY, order no. for
X3: 18 48 407) for connecting the power supply for the analog part and 6x
terminal X2 (Phoenix, Type MSTB2.5/6-ST-5.08 GREY, order no. for X2: 17
87 076) for connecting the analog input.
The terminals are pluggable and can be mechanically coded by the
customer.
Display elements
1 LED as a status display for the power supply.
LED lit:
8-106
internal power supply OK
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8.5 DMP compact module 1I NC analog (6FC5211-0AA10-0AA0)
Analog value
representation
The DMP compact module 1I NC analog is used to input and digitize an analog
voltage value. This voltage value is measured by an isolated differential input.
The converter result is available to the user in the form of two’s complement.
The resolution is 4.88 mV for one bit. The duration for a converter cycle (from
triggering of conversion to the time at which the result can be read out) is max.
75 ms.
Table 8-7
Digital analog value representation for DMP compact module 1I NC analog
IB m
Input word
7
Significance
6
5
4
3
IB m+1
2
1
0
7
SG 210 29 28 27 26 25 24
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
3
2
1
0
23 22 21 20
0
0
0
PF
1
0
0
0
0
1
5
1
4
Analog input voltage
1
:
Digital value
Range +/– 10 V
9.995 V
:
:
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0V
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
–0.005 V
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
–9.995 V
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
–10 V
0
= always 0
:
0.005 V
:
:
PF = Power supply failure of the analog part
Example
circuits
Analog voltage measurement
X2
M – + M S
5 4 3 2 1
S
6
U
Differential input
(common-mode
disturbances are
suppressed)
S
6
X2
M – + M S
5 4 3 2 1
U
Unipolar
(default)
M = GND
Fig. 8-7
Example circuits for DMP compact module 1I NC analog
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8.5 DMP compact module 1I NC analog (6FC5211-0AA10-0AA0)
Table 8-8
Technical data DMP compact module 1I NC analog
Number of inputs
1 analog input
Galvanic isolation
Yes
Power supply VLOAD
– Rated value
– Perm. range
– Ripple
24 V DC
20.4 V to 28.8 V
3.6 Vpp
Input voltage
– Rated range
"10 V
Current consumption (24 V)
85 mA
Connection of signal generators
see below
Digital representation of the input signal
Total error over temperature range 0 to 55
error
Length of cables (shielded)
Weight
8-108
11 bits + sign
C
including zero
max.
"0.6 %
30 m
approx. 160 g
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8.6 DMP compact module 1O analog (6FC5111-0CA05-0AA0)
8.6
DMP compact module 1O analog (6FC5111-0CA05-0AA0)
The DMP compact module 1O analog is an encapsulated module. It can be
plugged into a slot of the NCU terminal block as a plug-in module. (Maximum
4 modules per terminal block)
P1
P2 M1 M2
24 V DC
0V
X3
Status
LEDs
1.5
Connecting terminals
POWER
SUPPLY
OK
Labeling
strips
ANALOG
OUT
Fixing
screw
X1
4
3
2
1
X2
2.5
Fig. 8-8
Interfaces
Terminal:
1, 4 ... Shield
2 ... Analog output Out+
3 ... Analog output Out–
Front view and side view of a DMP compact module 1A analog
A 30-pole connector X1 for connection to the NCU terminal block.
4-way terminal X3 (Phoenix, Type MC1.5/4-ST-3.81, order no. for X3:
1828126) for connecting the power supply for the analog part and X2
(Phoenix, Type MSTB2.5/4-ST-5.08 GREY, order no. for X2: 18 40 942) for
connecting the analog output.
The terminals are pluggable and can be mechanically coded by the
customer.
Conversion time
The pure conversion time is a max. of 10 µs. Because the analog signal is
smoothed by an RC element, its time constant determines the total conversion
time:
Product version A: 100 µs
As of product version B: 330 µs
Display elements
1 LED as a status display for the power supply.
LED lit:
internal power supply OK
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8.6 DMP compact module 1O analog (6FC5111-0CA05-0AA0)
Table 8-9
Digital analog value representation DMP compact module 1O analog
Output
word
QB m
Significance
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
SG 212 211 210 29 28 27 26
Analog
output
voltage
QB m+1
7 6 5 4 3 2
25 24 23 22 21 20
1
0
always
0
Digital
value
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
+9.9988 V
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
+1.22 mV
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0V
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
–1.22 mV
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
–10 V
Table 8-10
Technical data DMP compact module 1O analog
Number of outputs
1 analog output
Galvanic isolation
Yes
Power supply VLOAD
– Rated value
– Perm. range
– Ripple
Power consumption (24 V)
Output voltage
24 V DC
20.4 V to 28.8 V
3.6 Vpp
60 mA
– Rated range
Output current
Load resistance at voltage outputs
"10 V DC
"3 mA
min. 3.3 kΩ
Digital representation of the input signal
13 bits + sign
Short-circuit protection
Yes
Length of cables (shielded)
max. 30 m
Weight
about 140 g
8-110
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Maintenance and Service
9.1
Battery replacement (6FC5247-0AA18-0AA0)
Battery
Fig. 9-1
!
CCU module: Location of battery
Danger
Do not attempt to reactivate discharged batteries with heat or by any other
means. The batteries must not be recharged because this could cause leakage
and/or explosion.
Non-compliance can cause injury to people or damage to property.
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9 Maintenance and Service
9.1 Battery replacement (6FC5247-0AA18-0AA0)
The CCU module features battery-backed SRAMs and clock modules. The
back-up voltage is monitored by the control and a monitoring signal is output.
The battery must be replaced within 6 weeks of the monitoring responding. The
battery can be replaced after the controller has been switched off without any
loss of data, as data is retained for approximately 15 minutes.
Backup time
The service life of the batteries used is a minimum of 3 years.
The battery must be removed before the module is put into storage.
Replacement of
the battery on the
CCU module
The battery is located on the CCU module (see figure 9-1). Before removing the
CCU module, please comply with the ESD measures in the Preface and the
transportation and storage conditions specified in section 2.2.1 of this manual.
1. Switch off the control.
2. Follow the ESD rules!
3. Remove all connectors, first labeling them if necessary.
4. Loosen the 4 fixing screws of the CCU module and pull it out.
5. Remove the battery and pull out the battery connector. Data backup is
ensured for about 15 min by a capacitor.
6. Connect the new battery (ensuring correct polarity) and press it into its
holder.
7. Reinsert the CCU module and screw it tight.
8. Plug in all connectors correctly.
9-112
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Abbreviations
A
AC
Alternating Current
AT
Advanced Technology
C-bus
Communication Bus
CCU
Compact Control Unit
CE
Communauté Européenne – European Community
CNC
Computerized Numerical Control
COM
Communication module
CPU
Central Processor Unit
DC
Direct Current
DMP
Distributed Machine Peripherals (I/Os)
DP
Distributed I/Os
DRAM
Dynamic RAM: Dynamic memory (volatile)
EMC
Electromagnetic Compatibility
EnDat
Absolute encoder interface, Heidenhain
ESD
Electrostatic Sensitive Device
EUI
End User Interface
FSD
Feed Drive
HHU
Handheld Unit
HMI
Human Machine Interface: Operating functions of SINUMERIK for operation,
programming, and simulation.
HT
Handheld Terminal
HW Config
SIMATIC S7 tool for configuring and parameterizing S7 hardware within
an S7 project
I/R
Infeed/regenerative feedback module
IM
Interface Module (SIMATIC S7-300)
ISA
Industry Standard Architecture
LDC
Power Section (power module)
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A Abbreviations
LED
Light Emitting Diode
MCP
Machine Control Panel
MLFB
Machine-Readable Product Designation (order no.)
MPI
Multi Point Interface: Multi-point serial interface
MS
Mains Supply
MSD
Main Spindle Drive
NC
Numerical Control
NCK
Numerical Control Kernel: NC kernel with block preparation, traversing range,
etc.
NCU
Numerical Control Unit: NCK hardware unit (SINUMERIK 840D)
OI
Unstabilized power supply
OP
Operator Panel
OPI
Operator Panel Interface
P-bus
Peripherals Bus
PCMCIA
Personal Computer Memory Card International Association
PCU
Personal Computer Unit: NC controller component which allows the operator to
communicate with the machine and vice versa.
PG
Programming device
PLC
Programmable Logic Control
PROFIBUS
Process Field Bus: Serial data bus
PS
Power Supply (SIMATIC S7-300)
RAM
Random Access Memory: Program memory that can be read and written to.
SM
SIMATIC S7-300 Signal Module, e.g. I/O modules
SRAM
Static RAM: Static memory (battery-backed)
VGA
Video graphics adapter
A-114
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Index
Numbers
D
2-axis CCU box, 4-74
3-axis CCU box, 4-71
Backup battery, transportation, 2-32
Battery replacement, 9-111
DAC measuring sockets, 4-59
DC power supplies, 2-24
Device bus, X151, 4-56
Dimension drawing
2-axis CCU box, 3-42
3-axis CCU box, 3-41
Display elements, 4-59
DMP compact module, 8-97
16I, 8-97
16O, 8-99
1I analog, 8-103
1I, NC analog, 8-106
1O analog, 8-109
8O, 8-101
Drive bus, X130, 4-56
Drive functions of SIMODRIVE 611D, 4-49
Dust that can adversely affect function, 2-33
Duty cycles
FSD, 4-72, 4-75
MSD, 4-72
C
E
Cable distributor, 4-60
Connector, 4-61
DIP FIX switches, 4-61
Location of the ports, 4-61
Pin assignments, 4-62
Cable set for 611D control plug-in unit, 5-81
CCU
Interfaces, 4-51
Mounting, 3-39
Operating and display elements, 4-59
CCU box, installation, 3-38
Climatic environmental conditions, 2-31
Operation, 2-32, 2-33
Transport and storage, 2-31
Coincidence factor, 4-73
Combinations, 1-18
Components of the SINUMERIK 810D, 1-12, 4-47
Connecting cables, 1-17
Conversion time
DMP compact module 1I analog, 8-103, 8-104
DMP compact module 1O analog, 8-109
Current derating, 4-71, 4-74
Encoder cables, terminal, 3-44
A
Alteration for external mounting, 2-axis CCU box,
3-43
Assembly of the 810D, 3-40
Assembly of the SINUMERIK 810D, 3-38
Axis expansion, 1-18
Plug-in unit, 5-77
with SIMODRIVE 611D control plug-in unit,
5-80
B
F
Function-impairing gases, 2-33
G
Gases, function-impairing, 2-33
General view of the 810D, 1-14
Grounding concept, 2-28
H
Heat sink temperature sensor, 4-71
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I
N
I/O interface, X121, 4-54
Installation altitude, 4-71, 4-74
Interface configuration,
for MPI bus, HHU, HT 6, 1-15
with PLC I/Os and NCU terminal block, 1-16
Interfaces, 4-50
Description, 4-52
NCU terminal block, 7-91
DMP compact modules, 7-93
EMC measures, 7-93
Monitoring, 7-94
Power supply, 7-94
Terminal, 7-92
Terminator, 7-92
X11-X18, 7-95
X20/X21, 7-95
Noise immunity of the complete system, 2-30
K
K-bus, X111, 4-53
O
Operating conditions, 2-32
Operator controls, 4-59
L
L2-DP interface, X102, 4-53
Labeling, 1-21
Labels, 1-21
Location of the ports, 4-52
P
M
Maintenance, 9-111
Measuring channels, 4-66
Measuring system, 4-63
direct, 4-66
direct, FSD, 4-68
direct, MSD, 4-70
indirect, 4-66
indirect, FSD, 4-66
indirect, MSD, 4-69
Measuring systems
Absolute (EnDat), 4-65
Connecting cables, 4-66
Incremental, 4-64
Mechanical data, 2-34
Mechanical environmental conditions
Operation, 2-33
Transport and storage, 2-31
Motor cables, terminal, 3-44
Motor connection, 4-63
Motor measuring system, 4-63
Mounting the shielding plate, 2-axis CCU box,
3-43
MPI interface, X122, 4-55
MPI/OPI network rules, 2-35
B-116
P-bus, X111, 4-53
PCMCIA card (memory card), 4-76
PLC module, 4-75
PLCCPU, 4-75
Position sensing
direct, FSD, 4-68
direct, MSD, 4-70
indirect, FSD, 4-67
indirect, MSD, 4-69
Power consumption, 2-24
Power modules, 1-18
Power modules, integrated
2-axis CCU box, 4-74
3-axis CCU box, 4-71
Power supply, 2-24
Power supply module, 3-45
powerline modules, SINUMERIK 810D/810DE,
1-11
Protective separation, 2-26
Pulse interface (axis 3), 4-56
R
Radio interference, 2-33
RI suppression measures, 2-29
Ribbon cable, 5-79
Connector, 5-78
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S
T
Sensor systems, 4-64
Service, 9-111
Shielded signal cables, 2-29
Shielding plate, mounting, 3-41
Siemens PC card, 4-76
Signal curve of incremental encoders, 4-64
Single I/O, address space, 6-89
Single I/O module, 6-83
Dimension drawing, 6-84
Electronics power supply, 6-86
EMC, 6-84
Inputs/outputs, 6-87
LED, 6-87
Load power supply, 6-86
Technical data, 6-85
Terminal, 6-83
X402, 6-87
X404, 6-88
X405, 6-89
Storage conditions, 2-31
Structure of the SINUMERIK 810D, 3-37
Supplementary conditions, electrical, 2-23
Supplementary electrical conditions, 2-23
System configuration, 1-12
Technical data of the individual components, 2-34
Terminal block, X431, 4-58
Transport conditions, 2-31
X
X102, 4-53
X111, 4-53
X121, 4-54
X122, 4-55
X130, 4-56
X151, 4-56
X304, X305, X306, 4-56
X307, 4-56
X341, X342, X351, X352, 4-56
X411-X416, 4-56
X431, 4-58
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B Index
Notes
B-118
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