Danaher Motion S200-VTS Product manual

S200-CNS Product Manual
Hardware Installation Manual
Revision B1
May 08, 2008
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Restructured, siza A4
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
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2
3
4
5
Product Documentation................................................................................................................. 5
Safety............................................................................................................................................... 6
2.1 Safety Symbols......................................................................................................................... 6
2.2 Safety Notes ............................................................................................................................. 6
Product Overview .......................................................................................................................... 8
3.1 Highlights ................................................................................................................................. 8
3.2 Increased Machine Throughput & Longer Life........................................................................ 9
3.3 Reduced Engineering & Support Time .................................................................................... 9
3.4 CE- / UL- Conformity .............................................................................................................. 9
3.5 Model Number Scheme.......................................................................................................... 10
3.6 Valid Drive Model Numbers .................................................................................................. 10
Specifications ................................................................................................................................ 11
4.1 Drive Family Power ............................................................................................................... 11
4.2 Input Power Specifications..................................................................................................... 13
4.3 DC Input Drives - Control and Power.................................................................................... 14
4.4 Control Loop Performance ..................................................................................................... 14
4.5 Mechanical Specifications...................................................................................................... 16
4.6 I/O Specifications ................................................................................................................... 16
4.7 Environmental Specifications................................................................................................. 17
4.8 Smart Feedback Device (SFD)............................................................................................... 18
Accessories .................................................................................................................................... 19
5.1 Cables ..................................................................................................................................... 19
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.2
Connector Kits........................................................................................................................ 20
5.2.1
5.2.2
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7
8
9
Motor and feedback cables ............................................................................19
Serial Communications Cable .......................................................................19
Base Unit Connector Kits ..............................................................................20
Position Node Connector Kits .......................................................................23
5.3 Regen Resistor........................................................................................................................ 23
5.4 Din Rail Terminal Break Outs................................................................................................ 24
5.5 Operator Interface Terminals ................................................................................................. 24
5.6 Systems Capabilities............................................................................................................... 24
Installation.................................................................................................................................... 25
6.1 Unpacking and Inspecting ...................................................................................................... 25
6.2 Mounting ................................................................................................................................ 25
6.3 Dimensions............................................................................................................................. 26
6.4 Mounting Outline ................................................................................................................... 27
Wiring Diagrams.......................................................................................................................... 28
7.1 Low Power AC Drive Wiring Diagram.................................................................................. 28
7.2 High Power AC Wiring Diagram ........................................................................................... 29
7.3 DC Models Drive Wiring Diagram ........................................................................................ 30
Connector Pinout and DEscriptions........................................................................................... 31
8.1 PE All Drive Models .............................................................................................................. 31
8.2 J1 – Low Power AC Input Power Models Drive Power......................................................... 32
8.3 J1 – AC Input Control Power High Power AC Models ......................................................... 34
8.4 TB1: High Power AC Power Connections............................................................................. 35
8.5 J1 – DC Input Power Models Drive Power Connector .......................................................... 36
8.6 J2 – Motor Power Connector.................................................................................................. 37
8.7 J3 – SFD Feedback Connector ............................................................................................... 37
8.8 J4 – Command I/O Connector................................................................................................ 38
8.9 J5: Serial Port Connections .................................................................................................... 39
8.10 J11 CAN bus Connections ..................................................................................................... 39
8.11 J12 Connector......................................................................................................................... 40
8.12 J13 Encoder Feedback Connector .......................................................................................... 41
DC Input Power Model Power Supply Requirements.............................................................. 42
9.1 Control Voltage ...................................................................................................................... 43
9.2 Grounding............................................................................................................................... 43
9.3 Bus Capacitance ..................................................................................................................... 43
9.4 Bus Switching and Fusing ...................................................................................................... 44
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Detailed Wiring Information ...................................................................................................... 45
10.1 Cables ..................................................................................................................................... 45
10.1.1
10.1.2
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Custom Composite Cables.............................................................................45
10.2 Definitions Discussion............................................................................................................ 47
10.3 PE Earth Ground Connections................................................................................................ 47
10.4 Serial port Wiring ................................................................................................................... 48
10.5 Wiring Discrete Digital Inputs ............................................................................................... 48
10.6 Typical wiring with sinking switches:.................................................................................... 49
10.7 Typical Wiring with Sourcing Switches................................................................................. 50
10.8 Wiring DINP5 and DINP10 ................................................................................................... 51
10.9 Wiring Discrete Digital Outputs............................................................................................. 52
10.10 Using the DAC Monitors........................................................................................................ 53
10.11 Wiring Encoder Output Signals.............................................................................................. 53
10.12 Motor Wiring.......................................................................................................................... 53
10.13 Regen Resistor Wiring ........................................................................................................... 54
10.14 Step and Direction or Electronic Gearing Wiring .................................................................. 54
10.15 Encoder Motor Feedback ....................................................................................................... 56
System Startup ............................................................................................................................. 58
11.1 Wiring Checks........................................................................................................................ 58
11.2 Switch Settings ....................................................................................................................... 58
11.3 Apply control Power............................................................................................................... 58
11.4 Control Wiring Checks........................................................................................................... 59
11.5 Additional Safety Checks ....................................................................................................... 59
11.6 Applying Bus Power .............................................................................................................. 59
11.7 Motor Motion Checks............................................................................................................. 60
11.8 System Tuning........................................................................................................................ 60
Regulatory Information............................................................................................................... 61
12.1 Conformance Requirements ................................................................................................... 61
12.2 UL and cUL Conformance ..................................................................................................... 61
12.3 CE Approval........................................................................................................................... 61
12.4 CE EMC Compliance ............................................................................................................. 61
12.5 CE Test Setup ......................................................................................................................... 62
12.6 CE Test Setup ......................................................................................................................... 62
12.7 Declaration of Conformity ..................................................................................................... 63
12.8 Installation and Commissioning ............................................................................................. 64
12.9 European Compliance ............................................................................................................ 64
12.10 Low Voltage Directive and EN50178 .................................................................................... 64
12.11 EMC Compliance with EN61800-3 ....................................................................................... 65
12.12 AC Mains Conducted Emissions............................................................................................ 66
12.13 Regen Resistor........................................................................................................................ 67
12.14 Additional EMC Information Sources.................................................................................... 67
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Product Documentation
PRODUCT DOCUMENTATION
The S200 Position node system documentation contains information broken into several manuals
and documents. Not all documents are required but no document stands alone. The documents are:
Hardware Installation Manual
This document includes all aspects of product specifications and installation procedures. Wiring
diagrams, mounting dimensions and recommendations, and physical properties can be found here.
It is required to properly mount and wire the S200 Position Node product.
User’s Operation Manual
This document provides all information required to get an S200 Position Node product set up and
configured for operation in the application. It includes functional descriptions, interface details, and
troubleshooting information. Information regarding serial communications using Modbus is also
provided in this document.
S200 Position Node with CANopen Reference Manual
This document provides reference material and examples for communicating to the S200 Position
Node over the CANopen field bus protocol.
S200 Position Node with DeviceNet Reference Manual
This document provides reference material and examples for communicating to the S200 Position
Node over the DeviceNet field bus protocol.
Support materials
There may be a number of supporting documents located at our web site. Please check for the
latest information.
Locating Support Materials
All support materials are posted on the Danaher Motion website at www.DanaherMotion.com. These
files can be found under Drives \ AC Servo Drives \ S200.
Firmware and Software Updates
A good general practice remains: If its not broken, don’t fix it. There are times when firmware and
software upgrade is required. These files can also be found at www.DanaherMotion.com.
Procedures can be found in the companion S200 Position Node User’s Guide.
Abbreviations and Definitions
Some common abbreviations used in this document are defined at the first use but the reader may
note the following:
S200 PN: Short hand notation for the S200 Position Node product.
‘x’ : A lower case x may be used to signify a ‘don’t care’ character in a string, number, or model
number.
GUI: Graphical User Interface also called S200 OC Tools.
Home: A reference position to which other positioning motion is referenced.
PE: Protective Earth Ground
REGEN: Regenerated energy from a back-driven motor pumping energy back into the drive.
REGEN Resistor: An external power resistor attached to the drive that allows the drive to burn off
excessive REGEN energy.
Hall Channel: A term used for a motor feedback signal that provides coarse absolute positioning
information. Three channels provide 1-part-in-6 resolution per motor electrical cycle.
Bus: Short for Main Internal DC Bus Power Supply that is the DC voltage source for motor power.
OIT: Operator Interface Terminal; Same as HMI
HMI: Human Interface Terminal; Same as OIT
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SAFETY
2.1
SAFETY SYMBOLS
WARNING
2.2
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Warnings alert users to potential physical danger or harm. Failure
to follow warning notices could result in personal injury or death.
CAUTION
Cautions direct attention to general precautions which, if not
followed, could result in personal injury and/or equipment damage.
NOTE
Notes highlight information critical to your understanding or use of
the product.
SAFETY NOTES
• As the user or person applying this unit, you are responsible for determining the suitability of this
product for the application. In no event will Danaher Motion be responsible or liable for indirect or
consequential damage resulting from the misuse of this product.
WARNING
READ these instructions before connecting power. Damage can result
from MISWIRING at the power terminals.
DANGEROUS voltages are present on power input and motor output
terminals.
• Only qualified personnel are permitted to transport, assemble, commission, and maintain this
equipment. Properly qualified personnel are persons who are familiar with the transport, assembly,
installation, commissioning and operation of motors, and who have the appropriate qualifications
for their jobs.
• Read all available documentation before assembling and using. Incorrect handling of products
described in this manual can result in injury and damage to people and/or machinery. Strictly
adhere to the technical information regarding installation requirements.
• Keep all covers and cabinet doors shut during operation.
• Be aware that during operation, the product has electrically charged components and hot surfaces.
• Control and power cables can carry a high voltage, even when the motor is not rotating.
• Never disconnect or connect the product while the power source is energized.
• After removing the power source from the equipment, wait at least 5 minutes before touching or
disconnecting sections of the equipment that normally carry electrical charges (e.g., capacitors,
contacts, screw connections). To be safe, measure the electrical contact points to each other and
to electrical safety earth with a meter before touching the equipment.
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Safety
Motor Case Grounding
Ensure that the motor’s case is connected to PE ground. The fourth wire in the motor cable
connecting J2,1 to the motor case accomplishes this.
If the motor is not properly grounded, dangerous voltages can be present on the
motor case due to capacitive coupling between the motor windings and case.
CAUTION
Requirements for Safe Operation of the Drive
It is the machine builder’s responsibility to insure that the complete machine complies with the
Machine Directive (EN60204). The following requirements relate directly to the servo amplifier:
Emergency Stop
CAUTION
If personal injury can result from motor motion, the user must provide an external
hardwired emergency stop circuit outside the drive. This circuit must simultaneously
remove power from the drive’s motor power terminal J2-2, J2-3, and J2-4 and disable
the drive (by open circuiting the connection to J4 pin 2).
The motor will coast under this condition with no braking torque.
NOTE
CAUTION
If braking torque is required to quickly stop the motor, a dynamic brake can be added
that loads the motor’s windings resistively. The motor should not be loaded until the
servo drive is disabled. The holding brake, optional on Danaher Motion motors, is
not intended to stop a spinning motor. It is designed to prevent a stopped motor
from rotating due to an applied torque.
Avoid Unexpected Motion
Always remove power from J1 and wait 5 minutes before working on the machine or
working anywhere where injury can occur due to machine motion.
CAUTION
Avoid Electrical Shock
Never power the servo drive with the cover removed or with anything attached
to circuitry inside the cover.
CAUTION
If the drive must be removed from the cabinet, wait at least five minutes
after turning off power before removing any cables from the drive or
removing the drive from the mounting panel.
Never connect or disconnect any wiring to the drive while power is applied.
Always power down and wait five minutes before connecting or disconnecting
any wires to the terminals.
Avoid Burns
CAUTION
The temperature of the drive’s heat sink and housing as well as an external regen
resistor may exceed 60° C. Therefore, there is a danger of severe burns if these
regions are touched.
Prevent Damage to the Drive
Follow these guidelines to prevent damage to the servo drive during operation:
• Never plug or unplug connectors with power applied.
• Never connect or disconnect any wires to terminals with power applied.
• If the drive indicates a fault condition, find the cause of the fault and fix it prior to resetting the
fault or power-cycling the drive.
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PRODUCT OVERVIEW
The S200 Position Node with CANopen/DeviceNetTM brings greater flexibility to the S200 drive
platform by adding profile generation and field bus capabilities. It also brings added I/O, Digital
Oscilloscope emulation, and the ability to use incremental encoder with commutation tracks
(ComCoder) for motor feedback.
The S200 Position Node brushless position node servo drives with CANopen push high
performance servo technology into lower power applications than was previously possible without
having to compromise on reliability or package size. Couple a S200 position node drive with an AKM
servo motor for a complete servo control solution designed to excel in applications such as
semiconductor fabrication, electronic assembly, packaging, medical, and woodworking equipment.
The S200 position node servo drives with CANopen communication are the first all digital industrial
drives with a velocity loop bandwidth up to 400 Hz offering unmatched system throughput and
simplified tuning. High resolution (24 bit) feedback and high performance 3-5 kHz current loop
bandwidth provide smooth motion and rapid start and stop action to optimize machine performance.
Smart feedback and industry leading high bandwidth deliver fast and accurate commissioning by
eliminating the need for servo loop tuning in most applications.
A separate "keep alive" power input allows rapid recovery from emergency stop conditions. Optically
isolated inputs/outputs, positive locking connectors and full fault protection promise long machine life
and immunity to accidental damage. A single motor power/feedback cable simplifies connectivity. All
connectors and LED status indicators are easily accessible from the front of the drive.
3.1
HIGHLIGHTS
• DC or AC input voltage:
DC type: 20 V ... 90 V
AC type: 110 V ... 240 V, 1Ø or 3Ø, 50/60 Hz
• Highest performance all digital servo in the industry
• Operation and Setup via a PC using the S200 OC Tools setup software
• Easy set up and tuning with Smart Feedback Device
• Optimized performance with Danaher Motion AKM motors
• Rugged optically isolated I/O
• UL508C recognition, CE (EN50178, EN61800-3)
• Very compact footprint
• Full fault protection
• Velocity, Position, and Electronic Gearing, Step and Direction control
• Indexing - 180 unique motion tasks can be defined and initiated via the serial port, Can Port, or
discrete inputs
• Jogs, Relative, Absolute, Simple Registration, and Home motion tasks can be easily setup and
executed
• Individual motion tasks can be linked or blended with each other
• Digital Oscilloscope Functions
• Built-in CANopen / DeviceNet Communication bus
• Incremental Encoder Input port allows ComCoder motor feedback for position loop control.
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INCREASED MACHINE THROUGHPUT & LONGER LIFE
• Servo system performance is synonymous with machine throughput. The S200 POSITION NODE
family takes servo performance to new heights.
• Industry-leading current loop bandwidth up to 5 kHz and velocity loop bandwidth up to 400 Hz
means machine throughput can be increased by as much as 2 to 3 times.
• Robust design including full fault protection, locking connectors and optical isolation promise
greater machine “up-time”.
• Smooth motion, a benefit of sinusoidal current control and high resolution (24 bit) feedback
minimizes harsh torque disturbances that can cut short the life of mechanical components.
• Both the AC and the DC input drives are equipped with separate control power input to speed
recovery from “E-Stop” conditions.
• CANopen Field Bus or DeviceNet communications
3.3
REDUCED ENGINEERING & SUPPORT TIME
• Simplified tuning, friendly Graphical User Interface and shared components with Stepper products.
• Windows-based Graphical User Interface models the tree format found in Explorer so learning is
quick and easy.
• Digital Oscilloscope emulator for easier setup.
• Easy to debug with full fault diagnostics reduce engineering support time.
• Field bus connectivity.
3.4
CE- / UL- CONFORMITY
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•
•
•
The S200 position node with CANopen meets all relevant standards:
EMC Directive 89/336/EWG, standard used ENG61800-3
Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EWG, standard used 50178
UL / cUL 508C recognized
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MODEL NUMBER SCHEME
S2 03 3 0 CN S - 002
Customization - omit for standard drives
000 - 019 Reserved for factory use only
020 - 999 Reserved for customers only
Family
S2 - S200 Servo Family
Current Rating
02 - 1.5 A RMS continuous,
4.5 A RMS peak
03 - 3 A RMS continuous,
9 A RMS peak
06 - 6 A RMS continuous,
18 A RMS peak
Feedback Support
S - SFD/Halls - Base Unit
SFD/Comcoder - CAN option card
Smart Feedback Device (SFD) - SynqNet Option Card
Sine encoder - SynqNet Option Card
EnDat 2.1 - SynqNet Option Card
Voltage
3 - 20-90 VDC
5 - 120 VAC doubler/240 VAC 1-phase
6 - 120/240 VAC
Electrical Option
0 - No Electrical Option
3.6
Functionality
VT - Velocity/Torque modes
DN - Position Node w/DeviceNet Interface
CN - Position Node w/CANOpen Interface
SD - SynqNet option card w/ micro-D connectors
SR - SynqNet option card w/ standard RJ connectors
VALID DRIVE MODEL NUMBERS
DC Input Power Drive Models
S20330-CNS: 90 VDC, 3/9 ARMS Base Unit, Profile Node with CanOpen
S20330-DNS: 90 VDC, 3/9 ARMS Base Unit, Profile Node with DeviceNet
S20630-CNS: 90 VDC, 6/18 ARMS Base Unit, Profile Node with CanOpen
S20630-DNS: 90 VDC, 6/18 ARMS Base Unit, Profile Node with DeviceNet
AC Input Power Drive Models
S20250-CNS: 120VAC doubler/240VAC, 1 phase, 1.5/4.5 ARMS Base Unit, Profile Node with CanOpen
S20250-DNS: 120VAC doubler/240VAC, 1 phase, 1.5/4.5 ARMS Base Unit, Profile Node with DeviceNet
S20260-CNS: 120/240 VAC, 1/3-phase, 1.5/4.5 ARMS Base Unit, Profile Node with CanOpen
S20260-DNS: 120/240 VAC, 1/3-phase, 1.5/4.5 ARMS Base Unit, Profile Node with DeviceNet
S20350-CNS: 120VAC doubler/240VAC, 1 phase, 3/9 ARMS Base Unit, Profile Node with CanOpen
S20350-DNS: 120VAC doubler/240VAC, 1 phase, 3/9 ARMS Base Unit, Profile Node with DeviceNet
S20360-CNS: 120/240 VAC, 1/3-phase, 3/9 ARMS Base Unit, Profile Node with CanOpen
S20360-DNS: 120/240 VAC, 1/3-phase, 3/9 ARMS Base Unit, Profile Node with DeviceNet
S20650-CNS: 120VAC doubler/240VAC, 6/18 ARMS Base Unit, Profile Node with CanOpen
S20650-DNS: 120VAC doubler/240VAC, 6/18 ARMS Base Unit, Profile Node with DeviceNet
S20660-CNS: 120/240 VAC, 1/3-phase 6/18 ARMS Base Unit, Profile Node with CanOpen
S20660-DNS: 120/240 VAC, 1/3-phase 6/18 ARMS Base Unit, Profile Node with DeviceNet
S21260-CNS: 120/240 VAC, 1/3-phase 6/18 ARMS Base Unit, Profile Node with CanOpen
S21260-DNS: 120/240 VAC, 1/3-phase 6/18 ARMS Base Unit, Profile Node with DeviceNet
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SPECIFICATIONS
NOTE
4.1
Specifications
Unless otherwise specified, the specifications are worst
case limits and apply over the specified operating ambient
temperature and over the specified operating line voltage.
DRIVE FAMILY POWER
AC Input
Drive Model Number
DC Input
S20260
S20360
S20660
S212660
S20330
S20630
4.5
9
18
30
9
18
3
3
3
3
3
3
0 to 30°C ambient (ARMS)
2.3
4.5
9
15
4.5
7.5
40° C ambient (ARMS)
1.5
3
6
12
3
6
50° C ambient (ARMS)
1
2
4
8
2
4
1500
750
-
3000
1500
-
6000
2400
-
10000
-
750
1500
600
500
250
-
1100
900
450
-
2000
1500
-
4000
2500
-
250
500
Peak Output Current (ARMS)
1
(0 to 40°C) Ambient (ARMS)
Minimum Peak Current Time
(Starting from 0 amps) seconds
Continuous Output Current (ARMS)2
Peak Output Power
240 VAC (VA), 3 phase
120 VAC (VA), 1 phase
75 VDC (VA)
Drive Continuous Output Power
240 VAC, 3 Phase (watts)
240 VAC, 1 Phase (watts)
120 VAC, 1 Phase (watts)
75 VDC (watts)
Continuous Motor Shaft Power at 3000 RPM (Nominal Bus – 10%)
0 to 30°C ambient (watts) 3-ph
300
750
1500
2500
-
-
0 to 30°C ambient (watts) 1-ph
40° C ambient (watts)
300
200
750
500
1300
1000
2200
2000
180
125
315
250
9
16
RMS Line Current at Continuous Output Power
240 VAC 3 Phase (ARMS)
2.7
5
240 VAC 1 Phase (ARMS)
3.4
6.5
120 VAC 1 Phase (ARMS)
3.4
6.5
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
3
6.7
12 (Note 3) 18 (Note 3)
12 (Note 3)
3
+BUS Current – 75 VDC at Continuous Output Power
Average (ADC)
Instantaneous Peak (APEAK)
Power Dissipation at 40°C
PCONT (watts)
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12.7
25.5
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60
110
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AC Input
Drive Model Number:
S20260
S20360
DC Input
S20660
S212660
S20330
S20630
Shunt Regulator
Peak Power kW (500 ms)
4.4 at 36Ω 6.4 at 25Ω 10 at 15Ω 10 at 15Ω
-
-
Cont. Power watts
440 at 36Ω 640 at 25Ω
-
-
Maximum Regen Duty Cycle (%) 10 at 36Ω 10 at 25Ω 10 at 15Ω 15 at 15Ω
-
-
Regen Value (Ω)
25 – 50
1000 at
15Ω
1500 at
15Ω
25 – 50
12 – 50
8 – 50
-
-
15.5
-
15.5
-
20
-
45
-
1.5
1.5
Output Current Ripple Freq fS
(kHz)
20
20
20
>16
31.2
31.2
Minimum Motor Inductance l-l
(mH)
5
2.5
1.25
0.9
-
-
-
-
-
-
0.4
0.2
300
150
75
45
30
15
50
50
25
50
50
50
50
25
50
Bus Capacitance Energy Absorption (joules)
340 VDC Nominal BUS
75 VDC BUS with 4,000 µf
(5 volt increase to 80 VDC)
At 75 VDC
Maximum Motor Inductance l-l
(mH)
Maximum Motor Power Cable Length4
18 AWG cable (m)
14 AWG Cable (m)
1
2
3
4
12
50
50
Peak Output Current listed is for sine mode. In six-step mode, the peak output currents
are scaled to give the same output torque as in sine mode with a pure sinusoidal Back
EMF motor.
To convert ARMS to A(0-pk), multiply ARMS * 1.414.
For Operation above 40o C ambient: Derate linearly to 67% at 50o C .
At higher ambient temperatures (above 30o C) the S20360 drive needs to be mounted on
a thermally conductive surface to limit the heatsink temperature to less than 75o C.
Single phase operation of the S20660 requires derating of continuous output power to
avoid excessive AC line front-end currents.
See Appendix – Cables for voltage loss vs cable length.
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INPUT POWER SPECIFICATIONS
AC Control Power Supply
Input Voltage Range (RMS)
85 VAC to 265 VAC single phase
47 to 63 Hz
120 VDC to 375 VDC
85 VAC 60 Hz > 0.78 60 Hz cycles
Ride Through Time for AC Line Drop
120 VAC 60 Hz > 3.3 60 Hz cycles
240 VAC 60 Hz >18.5 60 Hz cycles
AC Motor Power Supply
Input Voltage Range (RMS) VAC
Phases
Transformer Suggested KVA
Maximum AC Line KVA1
1
90 to 265
1 or 3
2 to 3
100
Maximum AC Line is specified to limit the mains surges to the drive.
AC Bus Voltage and Faults
240 VAC Input Nominal Bus Voltage
120 VAC Input Nominal Bus Voltage
BUS Under voltage Fault
BUS Over voltage (BusOV) Fault
BUS Regen Voltage
320 VDC
155 VDC
Factory Default is None
407 VDC + 5%
= 0.974*BusOV = 397 VDC Nominal
AC Inrush Current & Fusing
Worse Case Inrush Peak Current at 240 VAC
140 A 0-p
Inrush pulse width
1.5 ms
Recommended Fusing Line Inputs
Type – 250 VAC Time Delay Fuse
S20260
FRN-R-5
S20360
FRN-R-8
S20660
FRNR-15
S21260
FRN-R-25
240 VAC 1 Phase
(ARMS)
FRN-R-5
FRN-R-10
FRN-R-20
FRN-R-30
120 VAC 1 Phase
(ARMS)
FRN-R-5
FRN-R-10
FRN-R-20
240 VAC 3 Phase
(ARMS)
-
AC Power on Delay
Control Power Applied to Drive Operational
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DC INPUT DRIVES - CONTROL AND POWER
DC Control Power
Control Voltage Range (VDC)
(J1-1 to J1-2)
Control Input power (watts)1
+10 to +90
2 to 8
1
(20 watt min supply recommended) Refer to the DC Power Supply Section for detailed
application information and requirements.
DC BUS Voltage and Faults
+BUS Voltage Range (VDC)
(J1-3 to J1-2)
+BUS Under voltage Fault
+20 to +90
+BUS Overvoltage Fault
+91 VDC nominal
+17 VDC nominal
DC Power On Delay
Control Power Applied to Drive
Operational
4.4
1.5 seconds
CONTROL LOOP PERFORMANCE
Motor Current Control
Motor Phase Current Waveform
Pure sinusoidal or six-step, depending on
feedback device
(In Sine or six-step mode output torque = Motor KT*Drive IFB)
Motor Shaft Torque (Ignoring motor magnetic saturation)
14
Peak
KT (N-m/ARMS)*Drive Ipeak (ARMS)
Instantaneous
KT (N-m/ARMS)*IFB (ARMS)
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Specifications
Current Loop Bandwidth
Maximum Bandwidth
AC Input Drive (kHz)
3
DC Input Drive (kHz)
5
Recommended Bandwidth
AC Input Drive (kHz)
2
DC Input Drive (kHz)
3
SFD Auto Set (kHz) AC & DC
Bandwidth Variation For Fixed Motor L
(% regulated independent of bus volt)
2
± 2.5
Update Period (µs)
0.8
Recommended Max Motor Electrical Frequency (Hz)
AC Input Drive (Hz)
600
DC Input Drive (Hz)
900
Velocity Loop Performance
Maximum Stable Bandwidth (Hz with SFD)
400
Update Period (µs)
0.8
Range (rpm)
Command Resolution
0 to 18,300
< 0.001 rpm analog
0.558 rpm serial
Velocity Loop Compensation
KVP Range (Depends on Ipeak)
0.00044 to 0.106 (Ipeak)(1/rad/sec)
KVP Resolution (%)
10
KVI Range (Hz)
0 to > 22
KVI Resolution (%)
10
ARF01 Range (Hz)
24.3 to > 46627
1
ARF1 Range (Hz)
24.3 to > 46627
1
Values for ARF0, ARF1; from 3012 to 24873 Hz cannot be set.
Current Loop Specifications
- 3 dB Bandwidth (Hz)
- 45° Phase Lag (Hz)
> 2000
> 1000
General Performance
Max Tracking Rate (rpm)
Max Recommended Rate (rpm)
Max Tracking Acceleration (rpm/sec)
Maximum Feedback Cable Length
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25000
> 16x106
50 m (164 ft)
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MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Physical Dimensions and Specifications
Drive Height (A)
Drive Width (B)
Drive Depth1 (C)
Mounting
Hardware
Drive Weight
Nominal
1
4.6
S20330-CNS
S20330-DNS
S20630-CNS
S20630-DNS
S20250-CNS
S20250-DNS
S20260-CNS
S20260-DNS
S20350-CNS
S20350-DNS
S20360-CNS
S20360-DNS
S20650-CNS
S20650-DNS
S20660-CNS
S20660-DNS
S21260-CNS
S21260-DNS
152.4 mm
152.4 mm
175.0 mm
175.0 mm
177.0 mm
6.00 in
6.00 in
6.9 in
6.90 in
6.97 in
28.7 mm
48.3 mm
54.8 mm
54.8 mm
76.2 mm
1.90 in
1.90 in
2.16 in
2.16 in
3.0 in
100.8 mm
100.8 mm
131.6 mm
131.6 mm
152 mm
3.97 in
3.97 in
5.18 in
5.18 in
5.98 in
M4 or #8
M4 or #8
M4 or #8
M4 or #8
0.40 kg
0.5 kg
0.77 kg
0.82 kg
1.5 kg
1.00lb
1.10 lb
1.69 lb
1.80 lb
3.2 lb
M4 or #8
Depth measurement is for drive only. Add approximately 50.8 mm (2 in) to depth given in the
table to accommodate mating connectors and wire bend radius.
I/O SPECIFICATIONS
Note: Analog command is not allowed in this product. Digital Velocity and Motion Task position loop
control is the only possibilities.
Analog Output (DacMon)
DACMON1, DACMON 2 (J4 14,15)
Maximum Range (volts)
0.5 – 4.5
Full Scale Tolerance (%)
Typical (Worse Case)
+/- 1 (± 5)
Linearity (% Full Scale)
<0.1
Monotonic to
< 2-16 Full Scale
Offset (mV)
< 100
Offset Drift (µV/°C typ.)
250
Quadrature Input
Quadrature Input CHA (J12-12, 13) CHB (J12-14,15)
Type
Input Voltage
Input Termination
Maximum Line Frequency
16
RS-422/RS-485, TTL, Open Collector
compatible
+/- 200mV Differential
Please see diagrams in manual
625 kHz (corresponds to 2.5 MHz
quadrature pulse rate)
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Specifications
General Purpose Digital Inputs
DINP1-4, DINP6-9 (J4 2-5 and J12 2-5)
Input Voltage
± ( 4.0 - 30.0) volts
Referenced to DINPCOM (J4-5)
Input Current
0.65 - 6.7 mA
Response Time
1.0 ms
Input Voltage
Input Current
DINP5/DINP10 (J4-10 & 11, J12-8 & 9)
3.0 – 6.0 volts
9.0 – 24.0 mA
General Purpose Outputs
DOUT1, DOUT2, DOUT3 (J4-6,7,8,9 J12-6,7)
Maximum Output Voltage
- 0.30 to 30.0 volts
Clamp Voltage
33 volt ± 6%
Maximum Output Current
50 mA
On voltage
1.0 volts at 10 mA
1.2 volts at 50 mA
Response Time
1.0 ms
Quadrature Outputs
Quadrature Output (CHA- J4-19, 20 CHB- J4-21,22 CHZ- J4-17,18)
Type
RS-422/RS-485
Output Voltage
5.0 V Differential Output - Unloaded
Hysteresis
1/2 Quadrature Count corresponding to
1/8 Encoder Line Count
125, 128, 500, 512, 1000, 1024, 2000,
2048, 2500, 4096, 5000, 8192, 10000,
16384, 20000, 32768
Resolution
(With SFD)
Maximum Output Frequency
Marker Pulse Width
2.5 MHz
Approximately 120 degrees
Kollmorgen branded products do not support encoder output when using encoder
feedback on motor. Products branded Danaher Motion do.
4.7
ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS
Environmental Specifications
Operating Temperature (° C) – Full
Rating
Operating Temperature (° C) – Derated
Linearly Derate Continuous Current to
67% of 40o C Rating
Pollution Degree
Storage Temperature (° C)
Humidity (% non-condensing)
Altitude
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40 – 50
2
-20 to 70
10 to 90
<1500 m (5000 feet)
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SMART FEEDBACK DEVICE (SFD)
SFD (Smart Feedback Device)
Resolution/Rev (arc min)
Repeatability (arc min RMS)
Noise
No Filtering (arc min RMS)
150 Hz Single Pole Filtered (arc min
RMS)
18
24 bits = 0.0013
< ± 2-19 Rev = ± 0.04
< 2-17 Rev RMS = 0.16
< 2-18 Rev RMS = 0.08
10 Hz Single Pole Filtered (arc min
RMS)
< 2-19 Rev RMS = 0.02
DC Offset Temperature Drift
< 2-18 Rev/° C = 0.08 arc min/° C
Absolute Accuracy
AKM1 (arc min)
AKM2 or 3, 4 (arc min)
Communications Update Period (µs)
± 2-10.3 Rev = ±17
± 2-11.1 Rev = ±10
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ACCESSORIES
5.1
CABLES
05/2008
Accessories
Danaher Motion offers pre-made high quality cables for help in installation.
5.1.1 Motor and feedback cables
Motor and Feedback cable selections are covered in our Motioneering package to help select the
correct sets based on motor and drive size selection.
5.1.2 Serial Communications Cable
Danaher Motion offers a 6 ft serial communications cable designed to connect directly between the
S200 Position Node and standard PC 9 Pin communications port. Order Part Number P7S2-232-D.
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CONNECTOR KITS
Danaher Motion offers several connector kit options to help interface drive connections. Please note
that there are connector kits that are designed to interface to just the base unit drive and connector
kits designed for the auxiliary S200 Position Node auxiliary features. More than one connector kit
may be required.
5.2.1 Base Unit Connector Kits
CK-S200-MF connector kit includes motor
and feedback connectors for all low
power base unit models. (JJ2 and J4).
This connector kit is useful in applications
and customers not using Danaher Motion
Cables Sets.
Applicable Drive Models:
S202x0-xNS, S20350-xNS, S20360-xNS,
S20660-xNS.
CK-S200-MP-AC connector kit includes
motor and power connectors for all low
power AC Input base unit models. (J1
and J2).
This connector kit is useful in applications
and customers not using Danaher Motion
Armature cables.
Applicable Drive Models:
S20250-xNS, S20260-xNS, S20350-xNS,
S20360-xNS, S20660-xNS.
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CK-S200-IP-DC connector kit includes
power and signal connectors for the
S200 Base Unit models. (J1 and J4).
This connector kit provides the auxiliary
connectors required when purchasing
Danaher Motion Cable sets.
Applicable Drive Models:
S20330-xNS, S20630-xNS
CK-S200-IP-DC-TB connector kit
includes the power connector and
signal connector with terminal block
break out for the DC S200 Base Unit
models. (J1 and J4).
This connector kit provides the auxiliary
connectors required when purchasing
Danaher Motion Cable sets when screw
terminals are preferred over soldering of
J4.
Applicable Drive Models:
S20330-xNS, S20630-xNS
CK-S200-IN-AC connector kit includes
both the command signal connector, J4,
and the AC power connector, J1, for the
low power S200 Base Unit models.
Solder cup connector.
This connector kit provides the auxiliary
connectors required when purchasing
Danaher Motion Cable sets.
Applicable Drive Models:
S20250-xNS, S20260-xNS, S20350xNS, S20360-xNS, x20660-xNS.
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CK-S200-IN-AC-TB connector kit
includes both the command signal
connector, J4, and the AC power
connector, J1, for the low power S200
Base Unit models. Cage Clamp
connector kit.
This connector kit provides the auxiliary
connectors required when purchasing
Danaher Motion Cable sets where
terminal screws are preferred over
soldering of J4.
Applicable Drive Models:
S20250-xNS, S20260-xNS, S20350xNS, S20360-xNS, x20660-xNS.
CK-S200-IN-AC connector kit includes
command signal connector, J4, for the
S200 Base Unit models. Solder cup
connector.
Applicable Drive Models:
All models
CK-S200-IN-AC-TB connector kit
includes command signal connector, J4,
for the S200 Base Unit models. Cage
clamp screw terminal connector.
Applicable Drive Models:
All models
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5.2.2 Position Node Connector Kits
CK-S200-CNDN connector kit includes
command signal connector, J12, and the
encoder connector, J13 for the S200
Position Node auxiliary functions. Solder
cup connectors.
Applicable Drive Models:
All models with DNS or CNS suffix.
CK-S200-CNDN-TB connector kit
includes command signal connector,
J12, and the encoder connector, J13 for
the S200 Position Node auxiliary
functions. For applications desiring screw
terminal (cage clamp) over soldered
connections
Applicable Drive Models:
All models with DNS or CNS suffix.
5.3
REGEN RESISTOR
Danaher Motion offers the ERH-26 fully
enclosed, thermally protected regen
resistor rated at 26 ohms, 150 watts. The
resistor has connection leads and an
integrated thermal switch with fast-on
type connectors. The thermal switch can
be wired into the user’s safety circuit.
The ERH-26 is a UL Recognized
component.
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DIN RAIL TERMINAL BREAK OUTS
Soon to be offered. Ask service representative for latest availability.
5.5
OPERATOR INTERFACE TERMINALS
Danaher Motion does not currently offer direct purchase of Operator Interface Terminals other than
with complete systems. There are many units available in the general industrial equipment market
place. Virtually any terminal that has the ability to be configured for your application and has support
for MODbus RTU with the ability to read and write registers formatted for double registers (32 bit) in
both long integer and floating point formats should be compatible with the S200 Position Node
product.
5.6
SYSTEMS CAPABILITIES
Danaher Motion offers a variety of pre-configured systems from component kits to pre-wired
systems in NEMA 12 enclosures. Please consult your local Danaher Motion representative for
details.
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INSTALLATION
UNPACKING AND INSPECTING
Open the box and remove all the contents. Check to ensure there is no visible damage to any of the
equipment.
CAUTION
CAUTION
NOTE
6.2
Use proper procedures when handling electronic components
to avoid damage to equipment.
Remove all packing material and equipment from the shipping
container. Be aware that some connector kits and other
equipment pieces may be quite small and can be accidentally
discarded. Do not dispose of shipping materials until the
packing list has been checked.
Upon receipt of the equipment, inspect components to ensure
that no damage has occurred in shipment. If damage is
detected, notify the carrier immediately. Check all shipping
material for connector kits, documentation, diskettes, CDROM, or other small pieces of equipment.
MOUNTING
The S200 drives are designed for operation in a cabinet using the following installation instructions:
• Mount the drives vertically inside a cabinet on a flat, solid, electrically conductive, mounting
surface connected to PE (protective earth ground) and capable of supporting the weight of the
unit.
• Provide a good connection to PE. Remove the paint on the mounting surface over an area
extending at least 12 mm (0.5 in) from the mounting bolts to achieve good electrical connection
over a large area between the drive and grounded mounting surface.
• Ensure the environment within the cabinet meets the requirements listed in the environmental
specifications table.
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DIMENSIONS
Mounting Dimensions
S20330-CNS
S20330-DNS
S20630-CNS
S20630-DNS
Drive Dimensions
Drive Height (A)
S202x0-CNS
S202x0-DNS
S203x0-CNS S206x0-CNS
S203x0-DNS S206x0-DNS
S21260-CNS
S21260-CNS
152.4 mm
6.00 in
175.0 mm
6.90 in
175.0 mm
6.90 in
177.0 mm
6.97 In
Drive Width (B)
48.3 mm
1.90 in
54.8 mm
2.16 in
64.0 mm
2.52 in
76.2 mm
3.0 in
Drive Depth1 (C)
100.8 mm
3.97 in
131.6 mm
5.18 in
131.6 mm
5.18 in
152 mm
5.98 in
12.7 mm
0.50 in
12.7 mm
0.50 in
25.4 mm
1.0 in
25.4 mm
1.0 in
25.4 mm
1.0 in
25.4 mm
1.0 in
25.4 mm
1.0 in
25.4 mm
1.0 in
Horizontal Mounting Offset (F)
24.6 mm
0.97 in
25.6 mm
1.01 in
25.6 mm
1.01 in
31.7 mm
1.25 in
Vertical Mounting Offset (G)
4.1 mm
0.16 in
4.3 mm
0.17 in
4.3 mm
0.17 in
4.8 mm
0.19 in
Vertical Mounting Height (H)
144.3 mm
5.68 in
169.5 mm
6.67 in
169.5 mm
6.67 in
169.5 mm
6.67 in
Drive to Drive Mounting (J)
60.96 mm
2.40 in
80.3 mm
3.16 in
89.4 mm
3.52 in
101.6 mm
4.0 in
Mounting Hardware
M4 or #8
M4 or #8
M4 or #8
M4 or #8
0.5 kg
1.10 lb
0.85 kg
1.86 lb
0.5 kg
1.10 lb
1.5 kg
3.2 lb
Clearance Requirements
Top and Bottom (D)
Side to Side (E)
Mounting Dimensions
Drive Weight
1
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Depth measurement is for drive only. Add approximately 50.8 mm (2 in) to depth given in
the table to accommodate mating connectors and wire bend radius.
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MOUNTING OUTLINE
DEPTH
(C)
0.18 mm
4.57 in
RECOMMENDED MOUNTING
HARDWARE M4 OR #8
F
TOP VIEW
0.18 mm
4.57 in
HORIZONTAL
MOUNTING
OFFSET (F)
WIDTH
(B)
VERTICAL
MOUNTING
OFFSET (G)
VERTICAL
MOUNTING
HEIGHT (H)
HEIGHT
(A)
VERTICAL
MOUNTING
OFFSET (G)
FRONT VIEW
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WIRING DIAGRAMS
The following diagrams present the electrical connection diagrams for High Power AC units, Low
Power AC units, and DC Power units.
7.1
LOW POWER AC DRIVE WIRING DIAGRAM
J4
DINP
DINP1
DINP2
DINP3
DINP4
DOUT 1
DOUT 1
DOUT 2
DOUT 2 +
DINP5
DINP5 NC
I/O RET
DAC MON 1
DAC MON 2
I/O RET
CH Z OUT
CH Z OUT
CH A OUT
CH A OUT
CH B OUT
CH B OUT
I/O RET
ANA CMD +
ANA CMD I/O RET
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
S200 Drive
AC Input
Power
Models
S20260-xNS
S20360-xNS 1
S20660-xNS
2
J2
J12
DINP
DINP6
DINP7
DINP8
DINP9
DOUT 3 DOUT 3 +
DINP 10DINP10 +
5V Source
5V COM
CH A / Step
CH A / Step
CH B / DIR
CH B / DIR
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
J1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
2
J5
3
4
5
6
1
2
J11
3
4
5
CU
CV
CW
I/O RET
CH Z IN
CH Z IN
PTC
PTC RET
5V SOURCE
I/O RET
Optional
Encoder
Feedback
CH A IN
CH A IN
CH B IN
CH B IN
+5V
5V RET
SFD
SFD COM SFD COM+
PE
PE
W
W
V
V
U
U
MOTOR
Protective Earth
REGEN
BUS -
NC
BUS+
C1 CNTL
C2 CNTL
L3
Optional
Regen
Resistor
120/240VAC Control
Power 47-63Hz
120/240VAC Mains
47-63Hz Fused
L2
L1
NC
RX Data
I/O RET
I/O RET
Tx Data
RS 232
Configuration
Port
NC
V+
CAN H
SHIELD
CAN L
V-
Optional
bv
CanBus
Connection
Protective Earth
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HIGH POWER AC WIRING DIAGRAM
J4
DINP COM
DINP1
DINP2
DINP3
DINP4
DOUT 1 DOUT 1 +
DOUT 2 DOUT 2 +
DINP5 +
DINP5 NC
I/O RET
DAC MON 1
DAC MON 2
I/O RET
CH Z OUT
CH Z OUT
CH A OUT
CH A OUT
CH B OUT
CH B OUT
I/O RET
ANA CMD +
ANA CMD I/O RET
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
S200 Drive
AC Input
Power
Model
DINP6
DINP7
DINP8
DINP9
DOUT 3 DOUT 3 +
DINP 10DINP10 +
5V Source
5V COM
CH A / Step
CH A / Step
CH B / DIR
CH B / DIR
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
CV
CW
I/O RET
CH Z IN
CH Z IN
8
S21260-xNS
J13
J3
TB1
J12
DINP COM
CU
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
PTC
PTC
5V
Optional
Encoder
Feedback
I/O
CH A IN
CH A IN
CH B IN
CH B IN
+5V
5V RET
SFD
SFD COM SFD COM+
PE
PE
W
W
V
V
U
U
MOTOR
REGEN
BUS NC
BUS+
L3
Optional
Regen
Resistor
120/240VAC Mains
47-63Hz Fused
L2
L1
Protective Earth
J1
J5
J11
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
C2 CNTL
C1 CNTL
120/240VAC Control
Power 47-63Hz Fused
NC
RX
RS 232
Configuration
Port
I/O
I/O
Tx
NC
V+
CAN H
SHIELD
CAN L
V-
Optional
CAN
Bus
Connect
Protective
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DC MODELS DRIVE WIRING DIAGRAM
J4
DINP COM
DINP1
DINP2
DINP3
DINP4
DOUT 1 DOUT 1 +
DOUT 2 DOUT 2 +
DINP5 +
DINP5 NC
I/O RET
DAC MON 1
DAC MON 2
I/O RET
CH Z OUT
CH Z OUT
CH A OUT
CH A OUT
CH B OUT
CH B OUT
I/O RET
ANA CMD
ANA CMD I/O RET
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
S200 Drive
DC Input
Power
Models
4
3
J2
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
J12
DINP COM
DINP6
DINP7
DINP8
DINP9
DOUT 3 DOUT 3 +
=DINP10DINP10 +
5V Source
5V COM
CH A / Step
CH A / Step
CH B / DIR
CH B / DIR
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
J1
1
2
3
CU
CV
CW
I/O RET
CH Z IN
CH Z IN
PTC
Optional
Encoder
Feedback
PTC RET
5V SOURCE
I/O RET
CH A IN
CH A IN
CH B IN
CH B IN
+5V
5V RET
SFD
SFD COM SFD COM+
PE
PE
W
W
V
V
U
U
MOTOR
+ CNTL
BUS/CNTL GND
+ BUS
Main Power
20 – 90 VDC
Note: J1 Pin 2 and all I/O RET pins are
tied together within the drive.
J5
J11
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
RX Data
I/O RET
I/O RET
Tx
NC
RS 232
Configuration
Port
NC
V+
CAN H
SHIELD
CAN L
Optional CAN
Bus Connection
V-
Protective Earth
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Connector Pinout and DEscriptions
CONNECTOR PINOUT AND DESCRIPTIONS
The following section describes the user connections to the S200 Position Node by connector. The
front part of this section presents AC / DC input Power and Power Terminal wirings for various drive
models. J1 and TB1 vary according to the model. Please refer to the proper description for your
model.
8.1
PE ALL DRIVE MODELS
Each S200 Position Node product has at least one screw terminal from its frame exposed to the
front of the product for customer wiring to Protective Earth (PE) ground. This connection should be
made with heavy gage, high strand count wire and a ring lug terminal directly back to the incoming
earth ground distribution block. Power should not be applied if this connection does not exist.
PE Ground Terminals
(Typical)
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J1 – LOW POWER AC INPUT POWER MODELS DRIVE
POWER
Models S202x60-xNS, S203x0-xNS, S206x0-xNS
The S200 AC input drives are capable of direct line operation. All units are fully isolated and do not
require external isolation transformers. The inrush current on the connection to the line is internally
limited to a safe level for the drive. There are no voltage selection or ranging switches required to
operate within the specified voltage input ranges. Please note warnings that follow.
The S200 series drives are functionally compatible with all standard forms of three phase AC lines:
Grounded neutral WYE
Open-Delta Grounded Leg
TEE
1
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Figure 7.1: J1 Connector view from front of drive
Pin
J1-1
J1-2
J1-3
J1-4
J1-5
J1-6
J1-7
J1-8
J1-9
Description
PE (Protective Earth) – Must be tied back to central earth bar.
REGEN – Connection for optional external regen resistor.
-BUS DC – Internal DC Bus negative connection (Not normally used)
+BUS – Internal DC Bus Positive Connection (Regen Resistor
Termination Point)
C2 CTRL VAC – Logic control Power can be tied to 120 or 230Vac input
C1 CTRL VAC – Logic Control Power can be tied to 120 or 230Vac input
L3 240 VAC – Main Line for Bus power: Used for 3rd Phase
L2 240/120 VAC – Main Line for Bus Power. Used for 1 or 3 Phase
L1 240/120 VAC – Main Line. Used for 1 or 3 Phase
Please refer to the Specifications Section for appropriate rating and fusing requirements.
NOTE
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It is the customer’s responsibility to supply appropriate fuses or circuit
breakers in the J1 AC drive power lines to comply with local electrical codes.
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For maximum line droop tolerance connect logic power to 230Vac
instead of 115Vac
NOTE
WARNING
WARNING
After powering down the drive, monitor the BUS voltage by
connecting a meter from J1-4 (+BUS) to J1-3 (-BUS) to verify the
internal BUS capacitors have discharged prior to working on the
drive.
The Regen input is not short circuit protected. The Regen
Resistance MUST be within specified ranges to prevent damage to
the drive. For example, between 25 to 50 Ω for the S20260, S20360
drives or 15 to 50 Ω for the S20660.
To avoid damage to the connector and drive, NEVER plug or
unplug J1 with power applied.
CAUTION
For single-phase systems Main Bus power must be wired to L1
and L2. Do not connect L3.
WARNING
WARNING
Selected Regen Resistor must be able to handle constant 390Vdc
connection without risk of fire or must otherwise be thermally
protected with an overload device.
J1 Mating Connector Information
Screw Terminal Connector:
12 – 24 AWG Wire Range, Phoenix MSTB2,5/9-STF-5,08-BK
OR Spring Cage Clamp Connector
12 – 24 AWG Wire Range, Phoenix FKC 2,5/9-SFT-5,08-BK
OR Crimp Connector
14-20 AWG Wire Range, Phoenix MSTBC 2,5/9-STZF-5,08-BK
Crimp Contact: 14-16 AWG Wire Range, Phoenix MSTBC-MT 1,5-2,5
Crimp Contact: 18-20 AWG Wire Range, Phoenix MSTBC-MT 0,5-1,0
Refer to www.phoenixcon.com.
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J1 – AC INPUT CONTROL POWER HIGH POWER AC
MODELS
Models: S21260-xNS
PE
Pin
J1-1
J1-2
J1-3
C2
C1
Description
E (Protective Earth) – Must be tied back to central earth bar.
C2 CTRL VAC – Logic control Power. Use 120 or 240Vac.
C1 CTRL VAC – Logic Control Power. Use 120 or 240 Vac.
Please refer to the Specifications section for fusing and rating information.
NOTE
It is the customer’s responsibility to supply appropriate fuses or circuit
breakers in the J1 AC drive power lines to comply with local electrical
codes.
For maximum line droop tolerance connect logic power to 230Vac instead of
115Vac
NOTE
To avoid damage to the connector and drive, NEVER plug or unplug J1 with
power applied.
CAUTION
Mating Connector Information:
Screw Terminal Connector
12 – 24 AWG Wire Range, Phoenix MSTB2,5/3-STF-5,08-BK
OR Spring Cage Clamp Connector
12 – 24 AWG Wire Range, Phoenix FKC 2,5/3-SFT-5,08-BK
OR Crimp Connector
Crimp Shell: 14-20 AWG Wire Range, Phoenix MSTBC 2,5/3-STZF-5,08-BK
Crimp Contact: 14-16 AWG Wire Range, Phoenix MSTBC-MT 1,5-2,5
Crimp Contact: 18-20 AWG Wire Range, Phoenix MSTBC-MT 0,5-1,0
Refer to www.phoenixcon.com.
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TB1: HIGH POWER AC POWER CONNECTIONS
Models: S21260-xNS
The S200 AC input drives are capable of direct line operation. All units are fully isolated and do not
require external isolation transformers. The inrush current on the connection to the line is internally
limited to a safe level for the drive. There are no voltage selection or ranging switches required to
operate within the specified voltage input ranges.
PE
TB1 High Power AC Units Power Connection
1 PE
Protective Earth (Motor Cable Shield Connection)
2 W
Motor Output Phase W
3 V
Motor Output Phase V
4 U
Motor Output Phase U
5 Regen Optional Regen Resistor Connection (See Wiring Detail Section)
6 - Bus Main DC Bus – Output (Normally not connected)
7 + Bus Main DC Bus + Output (Normally connected with Optional Regen)
8 L3
Mains L3 Incoming Power Connection
9 L2
Mains L2 Incoming Power Connection
10 L1
Mains L1 Incoming Power Connection
W
V
U
Regen
-Bus
+Bus
Please refer to the Specifications section for fusing and rating information.
The S200 series drives are functionally compatible with all standard forms of
three phase AC lines:
Grounded neutral WYE
Open-Delta Grounded Leg
TEE
L3
L2
L1
NOTE
It is the customer’s responsibility to supply appropriate fuses or
circuit breakers in the TB1 AC drive power lines to comply with local
electrical codes.
For maximum line droop tolerance connect logic power to 230Vac
instead of 115Vac
NOTE
WARNING
After powering down the drive, monitor the BUS voltage by
connecting a meter from TB1-7 (+BUS) to TB1-6 (-BUS) to verify
the internal BUS capacitors have discharged prior to working on
the drive.
WARNING
The Regen input is not short circuit protected. The Regen
Resistance MUST be within specified ranges to prevent damage to
the drive. 15 Ohms minimum resistance for the S21260-xNS.
WARNING
Selected Regen Resistor must be able to handle constant 390Vdc
connection without risk of fire or must otherwise be thermally
protected with an overload device.
Do not apply power or operate unit without the terminal block
cover in place.
WARNING
Recommended Mating Connectors:
Spring Fork Lugs or M4 or #8 screws
Hollingsworth SS20948SF
Molex 19099-032
Or Equivalent
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J1 – DC INPUT POWER MODELS DRIVE POWER
CONNECTOR
The S200 DC input drives should be powered from power supplies with reinforced isolation.
On DC input drives, J1 is a 3 pin plugable connector.
1
3
(J1 Connector view from front of drive).
J1: DC Units Control Power
Pin
Description
J1-1
+ CNTL ( Logic Input Power 10-90Vdc less than 8 watts)
J1-2
BUS / CNTL GND (Logic and Bus Return)
J1-3
+ DC BUS Input Power (20 to 90Vdcc)
Please refer to the Specifications section for fusing and rating information.
CAUTION
To avoid damage to the connector and drive, NEVER plug or unplug J1 with
power applied.
Refer to the DC Power Supply Requirements section for detailed
requirements selecting a compatible power supply.
NOTE
Mating Connector Information
Screw Terminal Connector
12 – 24 AWG Wire Range, Phoenix MSTB2,5/3-STF-5,08-BK
OR Spring Cage Clamp Connector
12 – 24 AWG Wire Range, Phoenix FKC 2,5/3-SFT-5,08-BK
OR Crimp Connector
Crimp Shell: 14-20 AWG Wire Range, Phoenix MSTBC 2,5/3-STZF-5,08-BK
Crimp Contact: 14-16 AWG Wire Range, Phoenix MSTBC-MT 1,5-2,5
Crimp Contact: 18-20 AWG Wire Range, Phoenix MSTBC-MT 0,5-1,0
Refer to www.phoenixcon.com.
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J2 – MOTOR POWER CONNECTOR
Applicable Models: All except S21260-xNS (See TB1, above for this model).
1
(J2 Connector view from front of drive).
4
Pin
J2-1
Description
PE (Chassis Ground) on S200 AC Input Drives
BUS/CTRL GND on S200 DC Input Drives
Intended for motor ground and motor cable shield connection.
J2-2
Motor Phase W Output
J2-3
Motor Phase V Output
J2-4
Motor Phase U Output
Please refer to the product specifications section for appropriate wire sizing information.
Mating Connector Information
Screw Terminal Connector: 12 – 24 AWG Wire Range, Phoenix MSTB2,5/4-STF-5,08-BK
OR
Spring Cage Clamp Connector: 12 – 24 AWG Wire Range, Phoenix FKC 2,5/4-SFT-5,08-BK
OR
Crimp Connector
Crimp Shell: 14-20 AWG Wire Range, Phoenix MSTBC 2,5/4-STZF-5,08-BK
Crimp Contact: 14-16 AWG Wire Range, Phoenix MSTBC-MT 1,5-2,5
Crimp Contact: 18-20 AWG Wire Range, Phoenix MSTBC-MT 0,5-1,0
Refer to www.phoenixcon.com
8.7
J3 – SFD FEEDBACK CONNECTOR
J3 is a 6-pin plugable IEEE 1394 style connector for the feedback device. Although this connector
mechanically accepts standard IEEE 1394 cables, it is electrically not an IEEE 1394 interface. The
base drive accepts either SFD (Smart Feedback Device) or Hall inputs.
Pins
Description
1
2
J3-1
+5 V Supply (200 mA) from drive
3
4
J3-2
+5 RTN 5V common
J3-3
SFD Communications -
J3-4
SFD Communications +
J3-5
NC
J3-6
NC
Shell
Shield Connection
5
6
(J3 Connector view from front of drive)
Mating Connector Information
IEEE1394, Firewire type, 2.0 mm plug set
22 AWG Max., Molex 55100-0600
Refer to www.molex.com for assembly instructions.
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J4 – COMMAND I/O CONNECTOR
J4 is a 26-Position High Density D subminiature female connector.
26
19
18
10
9
1
(J4 Connector view from front of drive.)
Pin
Description
Pin
Description
J4-1
DINP COM
J4-14
DAC MON1
J4-2
DINP1 (Enable)
J4-15
DAC MON2
J4-3
DINP2
J4-16
I/O RTN
J4-4
DINP3
J4-17
Encoder Output Channel Z
J4-5
DINP4
J4-18
J4-6
DOUT1-
J4-19
Encoder Output Channel Z
Channel A Encoder Output
J4-7
DOUT1+ (Fault)
J4-20
Channel
J4-8
DOUT2-
J4-21
Channel B Encoder Output
J4-9
DOUT2+ (RUN)
J4-22
Channel
J4-10
DINP 5+
J4-23
I/O RTN
J4-11
DIP5 –
J4-24
Analog Command Input +
J4-12
Reserved
J4-25
Analog Command Input -
J4-13
I/O RTN
J4-26
I/O RTN
A
B
Encoder Output
Encoder Output
See Specifications Section for ratings and Wiring Information for wiring details.
Mating Connector Information
26-Pin Male High Density D-Sub with Back shell Kit
24 AWG Max., NorComp 180-026-102-001 – D-Sub Connector
NorComp 978-015-010-03-1 – Back shell Kit
Refer to www.norcomp.net.
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J5: SERIAL PORT CONNECTIONS
The S200 Position Node serial port is wired to connector J5 using RS232 physical layer protocol.
1
6
J5 RS232 Serial Port Connections
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
Function
NC
Drive Receive RS232 Data
DC Common
DC Common
Drive Transmit RS232 Data
NC
Mating Connector Information
Standard RJ11 cord
Or Plug Example AMP 5-555426-3
8.10 J11 CAN BUS CONNECTIONS
J11 is a five-pin plugable connector to the CAN physical layer and is compliant with CANOpen and
the DeviceNet specification (less color code requirements).
1
5
Pin
Description
DeviceNet Color
J11-1
J11-2
J11-3
J11-4
J11-5
V-: Power of CAN Bus
CAN_L: Comm Low
Shield
CAN_H: Comm High
V+: Power of CAN bus
Black
Blue
Bare
White
Red
Mating Connector
PHOENIX MSTB 2,5/ 5-STF-5,08 AU
Or Equivalent
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8.11 J12 CONNECTOR
J12, Option Card General Purpose I/O is a 15-Position High Density D subminiature male (plug)
connector. 5 User-configurable discrete inputs, one user-configurable output, and encoder (or step
and direction ) input channels are provided on this 15 Pin High Density D socket connector. Detailed
electrical information is given elsewhere in this document.
15
5
11
1
J12 Connector Pin Out
Pin
J12-1
J12-2
J12-3
J12-4
J12-5
J12-6
J12-7
J12-8
J12-9
J12-10
J12-11
J12-12
J12-13
J12-14
J12-15
Shell
Name
DINP COM
DINP6
DINP7
DINP8
DINP9
DOUT3 DOUT3 +
DINP10 DINP10 +
+5VDC
I/O RTN
CMD CH A+
CMD CH ACMD CH B+
CMD CH BPE
Description
Common rail for DINP6-9
Digital Input 6 +/- 4 to 30V DC Operation
Digital Input 7 +/- 4 to 30V DC Operation
Digital Input 8 +/- 4 to 30V DC Operation
Digital Input 9 +/- 4 to 30V DC Operation
DOUT 3 Opto Isolator Emitter
DOUT3 Opto Isolator Collector
Digital Input 10 Cathode 5V nominal operation
Digital Input 10 Anode: 5V Nominal operation
5V Source from drive. Not to exceed 150mA
5V Common, Common for CMD Channels
Gearing Input Channel A
Gearing Input Channel /A
Gearing Input Channel B
Gearing Input Channel /B
Shield Earth Connection for 360 Bond
Mating Connector Information
Solder cup, Metalized Shell
Norcomp 180-015-202-001 (or Equivalent)
Mating Hood/Shell: Metalized
Adam Tech DE09-HD-PN-SS (or Equivalent)
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8.12 J13 ENCODER FEEDBACK CONNECTOR
J13, Option Card Optional Encoder Feedback is a 15-Position High Density D subminiature female
(socket) connector. Connector pin out is described below with more detailed electrical information is
given elsewhere in this document.
11
1
15
5
J13 Connector Pin Out
Pin
J13-1
J13-2
J13-3
J13-4
J13-5
J13-6
J13-7
J13-8
J13-9
J13-10
J13-11
J13-12
J13-13
J13-14
J13-15
Shell
Name
CU
CV
CW
NC
I/O RET
Ch Z+
CH ZPTC
I/O RET
5VDC
I/O RET
CH A+
CH ACH B+
CH BPE
Description
Commutation track U (Hall U) Sourcing Input
Commutation track V (Hall V) Sourcing Input
Commutation track W (Hall W) Sourcing Input
No Connection
5V Common
Encoder Z Channel Input (Marker, Index) Diff High
Encoder /Z Channel Input (Marker, Index) Diff Low
Motor Thermostat
Motor Thermostat Return to 5V Common
5V Encoder Source, 200mA max
5V Common
Encoder Channel A Input Differential High
Encoder Channel /A Input Differential Low
Encoder Channel B Input Differential High
Encoder Channel /B Input Differential Low
Shield Earth Connection for 360 Bond
Encoder system wiring and operation can require detailed information. Not all encoder manufactures
or motors that contain encoders are all wired to the same conventions. Detailed information is
provided later in this manual.
Mating Connector Information
Solder cup, Metalized Shell
Adam Tech HDT-15-PD-RC (or Equivalent)
Mating Hood/Shell: Metalized
Adam Tech DE09-HD-PN-SS (or Equivalent)
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DC INPUT POWER MODEL POWER SUPPLY
REQUIREMENTS
Applicable Models: S20330-xNS, S20630-xNS
DC Unit Bus Input Power Specifications
Bus Voltage (J1-3 to J1-2)
+ 20 VDC to + 90 VDC
BUS Supply Current
S20330 Continuous
Peak (3 sec)
S20630 Continuous
Peak (3 sec)
BUS Output Capacitance
(min)
48 VDC BUS
3.3 ADC at 160 W
10 ADC at 480 W
6.7 ADC at 320 W
20 ADC at 960 W
48 VDC BUS
75 VDC BUS
3.3 ADC at 250 W
10 ADC at 750 W
6.7 ADC at 500 W
20 ADC at 3,000 W
75 VDC BUS
4,000 µf, 63 V
8,000 µf, 63 V
2,000 µf, 100 V
4,000 µf, 100 V
S20330-xNS
S20630-xNS
Bus Supply
Characteristics
The BUS Supply should have the following characteristics:
Must provide safety isolation from the power line
Can be regulated or unregulated
Bus Supply Return is connected to the Control Supply Return and
I/O RTN in the drive
Typical BUS Supply:
Unregulated, Isolating, step down transformer with secondary
rectified into capacitive filter
BUS Supply Return is connected to earth ground
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Wiring from BUS
Supply to Drive
10 ft maximum
16 AWG (minimum)
Twisted pair
Daisy chaining of multiple drives is acceptable
No contactor or switching in the BUS wiring
Control Voltage
(J1-1 to J1-2)
+ 10 VDC to +90 VDC
Control Supply
Type
Isolating
Unregulated or Regulated
Common GND with bus supply and I/O RTN
20 watt supply or 1 amp short circuit
Control Supply
Wiring
Wire control (J1-1) to bus (J1-3)
or
Wire control (J1-1) to separate supply to preserve status and fault
information. (+ 10 VDC to + 30 VDC supply can be shared by Control
and I/O)
Control Supply
Current
20 to 110 mA at 75 VDC
60 to 330 mA at 24 VDC
125 to 660 mA at 12 VDC
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Bus voltage outside the operating range (20 to 90 V) causes an undervoltage or over-voltage fault. Under-voltage and over-voltage faults self
clear when the fault condition clears.
Bus Voltage
NOTE
Do Not allow the Bus Voltage to exceed
+ 90 VDC. This causes damage to the
drive.
Target design center voltage for unregulated supply is + 70 to + 75 VDC.
This provides 15 to 20 VDC margin for line tolerance, transformer
regulation, and regen pump up. Design center voltage for a regulated
supply can be up to + 80 VDC.
9.1
CONTROL VOLTAGE
The control voltage range for normal operation is + 10 VDC to + 90 VDC. The control voltage can
either be wired to the bus voltage so one supply can power the drive, or from a separate supply.
Separately powering the control from the bus allows the bus to be powered down for safety while
drive status and fault information remain available. A single + 10 VDC to + 30 VDC supply can be
shared by Control and I/O.
NOTE
9.2
Do Not allow the Control Voltage to exceed + 90 VDC as it can damage the
drive.
GROUNDING
Provide safety isolation with the external bus and control supplies from the power line.
The drive cannot be powered from an electrically Hot supply as it does not
contain an isolation barrier.
NOTE
The Ctrl and Bus voltages and non-opto coupled I/O grounds (I/O RTN) are tied together inside the
drive. The Ctrl and Bus power supplies share a ground pin (Bus/Ctrl Gnd). Join and connect to the
negative terminals of the Ctrl and Bus power supplies. The I/O RTNs are normally connected to the
signal ground of the system. (Some of the I/O is opto coupled and have separate returns.
Thoroughly review this document for details.)
Earth the power supply negative terminal somewhere in the cabinet. Also earth the chassis. In
normal operation, there should be no significant voltage between earth and the Bus/Ctrl Gnd and I/O
RTNs.
NOTE
9.3
The maximum voltage allowed between Bus/Ctrl Gnd and chassis is 100
VDC.
BUS CAPACITANCE
There is a minimum requirement on the output capacitance of the bus power supply for the DC input
S200. This capacitor is needed to absorb energy during motor deceleration and motor disable and to
help provide energy during motor acceleration. For multiple S200 drives operated from one supply
the recommendation is to increase the capacitance according to the number of drives. For example,
for four 6 A / 18 ARMS DC S200 drives powered from one 75 VDC supply the recommended
minimum bus output capacitance of the supply is 4 x 4,000 µf = 16,000 µf. Bus capacitor voltage
rating should be 100 V. Bus capacitor type is aluminum electrolytic.
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BUS SWITCHING AND FUSING
Do not put E-Stop switches or contactors between the drive bus pin (J1-3) and the power supply bus
capacitor. There is a risk of damage to the drive if the bus is disconnected from the power supply
capacitor when the drive is enabled. The motor does not need to be rotating to regenerate energy.
The motor windings store magnetic energy that regenerates back to the supply when the drive is
disabled.
E-stop switches can safely be located in series with the primary winding of a step down transformer.
If individual axis E-Stop switches are required, connect a local (unswitched) capacitor (1,000 µf, 100
V) across the drive bus terminals (J1-3 to J1-2).
If the buses of individual drives are to be fused, select the fuse type and rating for high margin.
S20630 (6 amp)
15 A, Slo-Blo (Bussmann MDA-15)
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S20330 (3 amp)
7 A, Slo-Blo (Bussmann MDA-7)
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DETAILED WIRING INFORMATION
Connector pin-out detail is provided in the prior section of this manual. This section deals with the
details of the internal operation of the drive connections. This information is provided to allow the
system designer insight sufficient to create a robust system wiring plan.
10.1 CABLES
10.1.1 Long Cables
The DC resistance of long motor power cables steals some of the available voltage when motor
current is high. The principal effect of this is some reduction in peak motor power so acceleration
and deceleration times can be longer. The cable resistance has no significant effect on lower speed
torque or top speed. For most applications, the loss of performance is small with cables up to the
maximum cable length specification. Do not operate a DC input S200 with long cables at the lower
end of the bus voltage range because too much of the available voltage is lost by the cable
resistance. For AC input S200s, the DC resistance of the motor power cable is rarely an issue
because the voltage drop across the resistance is usually a small fraction of the available nominal
bus voltage.
For DC S200 applications with long cables and demanding dynamics, the 14 AWG cable is
preferred over the 18 AWG cable. Cable voltage drop vs cable length is shown in the table below.
Cable Voltage Drop vs Length
Cable
Length
(meter)
3
2 x Rphase
(ohm)
0.126
V line-line peak
at 0.866 x 18 ARMS
18 AWG cable
2.77
10
0.413
9.09
12.1 %
4.8 %
25
1.03
22.7
30.3 %
12.0 %
N/A
24.0 %
50
(50 m not recommended with 6/18 ARMS)
VLOSS in cable as
a percent of 75 V bus
18 cable
14 cable
3.7 %
1.5 %
10.1.2 Custom Composite Cables
A composite cable has both feedback and power wires in one cable. One of the critical requirements
for a composite cable is to provide a high degree of isolation between the power and feedback
wires. For 240 VAC-connected drives, the power wires can have up to 400 Vpeak-peak fast switching
PWM waveforms that can couple to the feedback wiring, causing communication errors between the
Drive and the Smart Feedback Device (SFD).
Danaher Motion has developed and sells a composite cable that has very good isolation between
the power and feedback sections. It is strongly recommended that this raw cable be used for custom
composite cable designs. Contact your Danaher Motion sales representative for additional
information. If this cable does not meet your specifications, the following are some guidelines for
custom composite cable development. Due to the complexity of modeling and understanding
cable coupling, a new composite cable needs to be prototyped and tested to have confidence
that it will be reliable.
Composite cable should have double concentric feedback shields – one shield within
another.
The raw composite cable that has been tested and is known to work well with the S200 has the
following structure: double, concentric shields around the feedback wires plus an outer shield
around the whole cable (see diagram below). This type of raw cable is strongly recommended.
Testing shows double, concentric, shielding is ten times better than single shielding at reducing
coupling from the power wires to the feedback data wires.
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SFD +5 VDC
Outer Jacket
Outer Shield
Motor Connector Shield
Feedback
Outer Shield
(Connect to SFD Shell)
Feedback
Inner Shield
(Connect to Logic GND)
Motor W ires
SFD Com m unication
twisted pair
Optional Foil Shield Shield
SFD Return
(Inner Drain W ire
and inner shield)
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Drain W ire
Jacket
Inner Jacket
Composite Cable Cross-Section
There can be substantial capacitance between the power wires and adjacent feedback shield in a
composite cable. Some of the PWM ampere level spikes tend to return in this adjacent shield. In
effect, the power stage voltage and current drive the feedback shield nearest to the power wires. In
a single-shielded feedback cable this driven shield is also around the feedback data wires, so some
coupling can occur. With double, concentric feedback shields, the driven shield is the outer of the
two feedback shields, and interposed between the driven shield and feedback data wires is the inner
feedback shield. Typically, the inner feedback shield is isolated from the connector shells and
connected to the return for the power supply powering the feedback device.
NOTE
A raw cable with two pairs of twisted, shielded feedback sections inside a
composite cable is electrically the same as single feedback shielding. There
may physically be two feedback shields in such a cable, but these shields are
not concentric. There is only one shield between the power wires and
feedback wires, where with double, concentric feedback shields, there are two.
SFD +5 and Gnd Resistance Spec
To insure that the SFD + 5 voltage at the SFD inside the motor is within specification, the voltage
drop total in the SFD + 5 V wire and SFD + 5 V RTN wire must not be greater than 0.5 V at 150 mA.
For this reason, a cable requirement is that the total resistance of the feedback SFD + 5 V wire plus
SFD + 5 V RTN wire must be < 3.33 Ω (at 20° C). In practice, this means that for long cables, the
AWG wire gage needs to be considered.
NOTE
The inner shield of the a double, concentric feedback cable, when isolated
from the terminating connector shells, can also function as a conductor to
carry some or all of the SFD + 5 V RTN current. This is useful to keep the total
SFD + 5 and RTN resistance within specification on long cables without having
large diameters.
Feedback Characteristic Impedance
Danaher Motion's S200 feedback cables are designed to have a feedback data pair differential
impedance of 81 Ω (at 1 MHz). Impedances in the range of 50 to 100 Ω, while not tested, will likely
work properly with the S200.
Purchase a Danaher Motion-built composite feedback cable, review its construction, and test its
performance. There are many ways to connect the multiple shields of a composite cable. A good
way to understand how the Danaher Motion composite cable is built is to buy a short Danaher
Motion S200 composite cable, open it up, and see how the shields at both the motor and drive end
are connected.
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10.2 DEFINITIONS DISCUSSION
Bred from the older days of PLCs and the newer days of digital logic some words have become
standard in some industries. Some terms are described here to make this document easier to
understand:
Common Rail: Common rail is simply a term meaning that more than one input (or output) has one
terminal of its device tied to the other inputs (or outputs). An example of a common rail is shown
below:
Figure 8.1 Common Rail Illustration
In Figure 8.1 each input is represented by the LED. Each input has a common connection (Anode)
to the positive side of the I/O power source. This is what is referred to as a common rail. It is also
allowable to modify this circuit where each anode goes to the switch and each resistor is tied to the
negative side of the I/O supply.
Sourcing Input: A sourcing input is an input that must be taken to ground to operate. (It SOURCES
current). The above figure shows discrete inputs arranged for sourcing. These are used with sinking
output device such as Open Collector drivers. Some manufacturers of driving devices refer to
sinking outputs as ‘NPN’ devices after then name of the driving device transistor type.
Sinking Input: A sinking input has the opposite arrangement of souring inputs where a current-toground must be supplied to the input. (Sinking current to ground). These are used with sourcing
output devices. Some manufacturers of driving devices refer to sinking outputs as ‘PNP’ devices
after then name of the driving device transistor type.
10.3 PE EARTH GROUND CONNECTIONS
It has been noted throughout this manual that a connection to earth ground is required. Multiple
connections may be required. The connection to earth ground can affect safety and electrical noise
immunity and emissions. The purpose of this text is to alert the user to the requirement of the earth
ground connection. When connecting earth grounds it is often required to have a connection that
can not come undone so ring lugs to the frame is highly recommended. Each earth ground wire
should go directly back to the central earth ground block in the cabinet; do not daisy-chain the
connections. Large gage wires consisting of many fine strands of wire are superior to other types for
conducting high frequency noise and the use of high strand count wire is recommended.
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10.4 SERIAL PORT WIRING
Connector J5 is the RS232 Serial Port. Danaher Motion offers a pre-made serial communications
cable P/N P7S2-232-D for direct connect to a computers 9-pin serial communications port. The
following information is supplied for applications choosing to not use this cable.
While some computers may vary in the actual pin-out most computers have followed standardizing
these connections. The following diagrams are provided for standard 9 pin and 25 pin Subminiature
D-type connectors provided on most computers. Many HMI/OIT manufactures have chosen to swap
pins to allow the cable to be made pin-for-pin. Always consult the manufacture’s recommendations
before wiring these types of products.
To PC
9 Pin Fem ale
To PC
25 Pin Fem ale
2
5
3
2
5
3
3
5
2
2
7
3
To J5
on Drive
To J5
on Drive
10.5 WIRING DISCRETE DIGITAL INPUTS
The discrete digital inputs are DINP1-10. This section discusses wiring of inputs DINP1-4, and 6-9.
Digital inputs 5 and 10 are different than the rest and will be covered in the next section.
DINP1-4 and 6-9 are available on J4 and J12 and are identical sets of 4 inputs on each connector.
These inputs are bipolar common rail inputs rated for operation from 4 to 30 Vdc. Common rail
means that each one of the set-of-four have one pin each tied together to come out of the drive as
one pin. Bipolar means that the input will function regardless of the connection polarity.
Input DINP1 is a dedicated hardware enable and it must be asserted to get the drive to enable the
motor. DINP2-DINP10 are user configurable but have default assignments as listed in the S200
Position Node User’s Guide. Inputs can be wired for sourcing or sinking devices.
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10.6 TYPICAL WIRING WITH SINKING SWITCHES:
Customer’s Power Supply
4 to 30Vdc
+
S200 Position Node Internal Equiv
Circuits
J4-1
(J12-1)
J4-2
(J12-2)
Internal Opto-Isolators
DINP1
(Enable)
(DINP6)
J4-3
(J12-3)
Customer’s Switching
(May be Solid State –
Typically Open Collector)
J4-4
(J12-4)
J4-5
(J12-5)
DINP2
(DINP7)
DINP3
(DINP8)
DINP4
(DINP9)
Field Wiring
In the above diagram the switches conduct electrical current through the S200 PN inputs to ground.
Many interface devices encountered in machine control use solid-state switches that are commonly
NPN transistors.
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10.7 TYPICAL WIRING WITH SOURCING SWITCHES
Customer’s Power Supply
4 to 30Vdc
-
J4-1
(J12-1)
S200 Position Node Internal Equiv
Circuits
Internal Opto-Isolators
J4-2
(J12-2)
DINP1
(Enable)
(DINP6)
+
J4-3
(J12-3)
Customer’s Switching
(May be Solid State)
J4-4
(J12-4)
J4-5
(J12-5)
DINP2
(DINP7)
DINP3
(DINP8)
DINP4
(DINP9)
Field Wiring
The above diagram shows typical wiring for Sourcing switches. The Switches supply the source of
current through the S200 PN input. These devices may be solid state and are sometimes called
PNP devices.
Current drain for the inputs is identified in the following table.
Input Voltage (±)
4.0 volts
5.0 volts
12 volts
24 volts
30 volts
50
Input Current (±)
0.65 mA
0.95 mA
2.5 mA
5.3 mA
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10.8 WIRING DINP5 AND DINP10
As noted DINP5 and DINP10 are high speed opto-isolated input devices that do not have a
connection to a common rail. They are designed for 5 volt operation and the polarity of the power
supply used is critical for functionality. Not having a common rail connection the inputs can be wired
for sourcing or sinking according to the need of the application.
Customer’s Power Supply
5Vdc
J4-10
(J12-10)
S200 Position Node
Internal Equiv Circuits
DINP5
(DINP10)
J4-11
(J12-11)
Field Wiring
Hi-Speed Opto-Isolator
For systems desiring to use input voltages exceeding the 5V rating for DINP5 and DINP10 an
external current limiting resistor must be used. The resistor should be in series with the input line.
The following table indicates the recommended resistor values.
Supply Voltage
3-6V
12V
24V
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No Resistor
470 Ohm ¼ Watt
1200 Ohm, ½ Watt
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10.9 WIRING DISCRETE DIGITAL OUTPUTS
The S200 Position Node has 3 outputs; Fault, /Run, and one user-configurable. These outputs can
handle no more that 50mA current and no higher than 30Vdc circuit design. Each output is
‘uncommitted’. That term simply means that both pins of each output are user-wired, not tied to a
common rail. The purpose for this is to allow greater flexibility in the end application. The outputs are
solid-state transistors and are polarity sensitive: Proper polarity must be observed. All three outputs
are electrically identical.
Fault Output: The fault output is a dedicated normally closed output for user use. This means that
the output is in the on state when no fault is present. If a fault is detected the S200 PN will turn this
output off. This method is considered fail-safe in that many failure modes of this circuit will cause the
host to detect a fault.
Run Output: The Run output is a dedicated normally closed output for user use. This means that the
output is in the on state when the S200 PN is ready to run. Internally, the Run output is conceptually
equivalent to the Power Stage Enable line. If the power stage is enabled the output will be on. If the
user disables the drive, ether by hardware or software disable, or if the drive detects a fault and
shuts down the power stage then the output will open. This logic is typical of systems requiring
holding brakes.
User Configurable Output: The S200 Position Node User’s Guide has information regarding the
function of this output.
Typical wiring configuration of any of these outputs are either direct logic connection back to a host
controller or to a relay. The following diagrams show typical wiring configurations.
WARNING
Connection of any inductive load, such as a relay coil, must use
diode suppression across the coil to prevent excessive voltage
kick-back at turn off.
Outputs are not overload protected. Do not exceed maximum
rated current.
Wiring Discrete Output to LED or Opto Isolator
Customer’s Power Supply
Resistor limiting
current to <50mA
S200 Position Node Internal
Equiv Circuits
33V
Internal Opto-Isolator
Field Wiring
S200 Position Node
Internal Equiv Circuits
Customer’s Power Supply
Relay
Coil
33V
Field Wiring
Internal Opto-Isolator
The above diagrams are applicable to systems implementing a solid-state load or relay connected to
an S200 PN output. Load LED and resistor or relay coil (reverse diode) can be in ether leg of the
power circuit.
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10.10 USING THE DAC MONITORS
The S200 PN has two analog outputs for use by the customer at J4. Each has a list of possible
assignments and a default value as listed in the S200 Position Node User’s Guide. The DAC (Digital
to Analog Converters) are OPAMP (Operational Amplifier) outputs and care should be taken to
assure noise-free signal reception. The range of each monitor is 0.5Vdc to 4.5Vdc and have an
internal source impedance of 2k ohms. This internal impedance limits to short circuit current to 2mA
and can be a source of signal attenuation if too much load is drawn from these outputs. These
outputs are intended to feed instrumentation such as an Analog input to a host or an oscilloscope for
function monitoring. Each DAC Monitor output supplies a single-ended output voltage referenced to
the I/O RTN pin. The use of shielded, twisted pair wire is recommended if these circuits are to be
wired to another device. The shield should be tied to the frame of J4 at the drive and the frame of
the receiving equipment.
10.11 WIRING ENCODER OUTPUT SIGNALS
Available at J4 for the customer’s use are encoder equivalent output signals. These signals provide
incremental encoder performance for the motor driven by the S200 PN and can be used by a host
controller or monitor. The signals are differential driven and are RS-485 / RS 422 compliant. The use
of terminating resistors at the receiving end (120 ohm) is recommended. The output drivers are
short-circuit protected. The encoder resolution can be adjusted by switch S1 at the top of the drive
or by the S200 OC Tools software. Refer to the S200 User’s Guide for setup information on the
resolution of the output.
Wiring for these signals should be done with individually twisted/shielded pairs. Shields should be
tied at the frame of J4 at the S200 PN and at the frame of the receiving equipment. An additional
wire to tie the two system’s DC common together is highly recommended to prevent damage from
ground-shift spikes. Tie the connection to any I/O RTN pin on J4 at the S200 PN.
10.12 MOTOR WIRING
Good motor wiring practice is a must when applying any PWM controlled servo motor drive to the
motor. The S200 PN uses PWM voltage control to the motor. The frequency of the PWM may vary
according to the model number. PWM systems switch high voltage at very fast rates. This voltage
switching creates fast edged on the voltage signals traveling down the motor cable to the
servomotor. This switching voltage can couple capacitively in both the cable and the motor creating
high frequency current flows that must be controlled. Danaher Motion offers highly engineered
cables to provide the best control of these signals.
Should the user decide to wire the motor there are a few important recommendations that should be
followed:
The motor cable must have a separate conductor that carries the motor frame back to the S200
PN’s PE terminal designated for the motor cable.
Chosen cable should be at least 600V rated and should have relatively low capacitance. The motor
cable should have >90% shield coverage and the shield should be of braided design, not foil. The
cable shield should terminate, along with the motor case wire, to the S200 PN’s PE terminal
designated for the motor cable at the drive end and to the connector housing at the motor with a
360-degree bond attachment.
Motor cables should be uninterrupted from the drive to the motor. In case where this is not practical
the motor cable connection should be made with a connector type that allows 360 degree shield
coverage so that the cable shield appears uninterrupted.
Appendix A has more information on installation practices that allow for trouble-free installation.
Please read that section before proceeding.
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10.13 REGEN RESISTOR WIRING
Applicable Models: All AC Input units.
Many applications do not require the use of a regen resistor. Danaher Motion’s Motioneering
software can predict the need for a regen resistor. There is also an application note on the Danaher
Motion website (www.DanaherMotion.com) providing the equations to calculate the regenerative
levels. Nuisance over voltage tripping is the symptom indicating the need for a regen resistor.
Danaher Motion offers the ERH-26 regen resistor compatible for use meeting all the requirements of
the S200 Position Node product line.
Connection for an optional regeneration power resistor to absorb regenerated energy from the motor
is provided on each S200 Position Node. If the ERH-26 is not used then the user should choose a
wire-wound resistor with 1500 VRMS isolation between terminals and case. The regen resistor must
not have a lower ohm value than specified for the given drive. The power rating of the regen resistor
depends on the amount of regenerated energy that needs to be dissipated. In many applications
there is little need for an aggressive low-ohm value resistor. The chosen resistor must be selfprotecting against overheating failure. This can be done any number of ways including; thermal snap
action fuse protection, a series thermal overload heater relay, or with a resistor value that can limit
the maximum wattage to the rating of the resistor. Any protection using contacts would have the
switch wired into a safety circuit that shut down the system in the event of a resistor over
temperature to prevent a fire hazard.
Wiring to the regen resistor should be short and the leads should be twisted together. Although
never required, in systems with sensitive electronics it is not uncommon to shield these wires with a
braided cable with shields tied to earth at both ends. Thermal overload protection is wired into the
machine safety circuit such that it causes a machine shut-down upon sensing excessive regen
resistor temperatures.
10.14 STEP AND DIRECTION OR ELECTRONIC GEARING WIRING
The S200 Position Node has the ability to accept position commands from and external source in
the form of pulses. Typical systems use one of two devices for this command; incremental encoder
signals or step (pulse) and direction signals. The S200 PN electrical input circuits for these signals
uses differential line receivers and resistor biasing to allow use with differential line transmitters,
open collector, or TTL driver circuits. The circuit arrangement is shown in the following diagrams.
Due to this circuit design it is very important to tie the DC Commons of the two systems together.
Incremental encoder signals are typical of systems that are used as a gear-follower, some times
called master or line-shaft. Details of how these systems work can be found in the S200 Position
Node User’s Guide. The basics are that an encoder signal (A/B differential) is wired into the S200
PN’s J12 connector. These signals are translated into quadrature pulses that increment or
decrement the internal position loop command register, subject to acceleration and deceleration
limits. The S200 PN has no use for an encoder Z (marker or index) channel for these applications.
The source of these signals can be ether another controller with encoder outputs or a stand-alone
incremental encoder. A 5V supply is available at J12 as a power source for the stand-alone encoder.
Typical interconnect is presented below.
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S200 Position Node
Internal Equiv Circuits
J12-10
5Vdc
6.4k Ω x4
J12-12
Encoder
J12-13
225Ωx4
J12-14
J12-15
5.9k Ωx4
100pF x4
J12-11
Field Wiring
For systems desiring TTL interface, TTL outputs would be tied to A and B while leaving /A and /B
not connected. The DC Commons must be tied together. Open collector interface is shown below.
S200 Position Node
Internal Equiv Circuits
J12-10
E
x
t
R
5Vdc
6.4k Ω x4
Controller Step Output
J12-12
J12-13
Controller Direction Output
225Ωx4
J12-14
J12-15
Step
Field Wiring
These transistors are
the controller’s Output
(Open Collector
Driver)
5.9k Ωx4
100pF x4
J12-11
The above circuit shows a generic interface using open collector drives to drive the encoder input
signals of the S200 PN. Several manufacturers of PLC with step and direction output use this
method. Note the required use of pull up resistors.
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10.15 ENCODER MOTOR FEEDBACK
The following diagrams indicate how to wire an encoder feedback to the S200 Position Node drive.
The information provided pertains to Danaher Motion AKM Series motors. Other motors or encoder
manufacturers may use different conventions when naming signals. Danaher Motion can not be
responsible for the differences but a phasing diagram and some explanations are provided to help
the user determine the proper wiring and setup for other component suppliers.
The AKM motor wiring is provided below in both schematic and tabular form.
J13
CH A
12
CH
13
CH B
14
CH
15
12
CH Z
6
CH /Z
AKM Motor
Encoder
7
+5V
10
I/ORET
5
PTC
8
PTC
9
CU
1
CV
2
CW
3
I/O RET
NC
Signal
Name
CU
CV
CW
NC
I/O RET
Z
/Z
PTC
PTC RET
+5VDC
I/O RTN
A+
AB+
BCase
Drive AKM ‘C’ Motor Wire AKM ‘M’
Pin# On Option
Color
Option
J13
Pin #
Pin #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Case
15
16
17
7
5
6
8
9
10
3
4
1
2
-
BRN
GRY
WHT
BLK
VIO
VIO/BLK
ORG
ORG/BLK
RED
BLU
BLU/BLK
GRN
GRN/BLK
Shell
15
16
17
7
5
6
8
9
10
3
4
1
2
18
Description
Open Collector U Channel commutation input
Open Collector V Channel commutation input
Open Collector W Channel commutation input
No connection
Signal common for 5V supply from drive
Z channel (Also called Marker or Index) to drive.
Z Complement (Differential driver) to drive.
Motor Thermostat (Active Open)
Motor Thermostat Return (Common)
+5V Source from drive for encoder power.
Additional 5V source return common.
A Data Channel Input
A Channel complement (Differential driver)
B Data Channel Input
B Channel complement (Differential driver)
Cable shield connections. Normally connects
the back shell on both ends of the cables.
(Molex does not have a back shell so pin 18 is
used).
Motors using incremental encoders used with the S200 Position Node must provide hall emulation
commutation tracks in with open collector drive circuits. The alignment of the commutation tracks to
the motor’s back EMF (magnetic alignment) is critical. The following phase diagram will indicate the
proper alignment. S200 OC Tools and the S200 PN support a phase offset adjustment when the hall
tracks cannot be properly aligned but the actual determination of the correct offset is by trial and
error. The basic procedure is not discussed other than to say that the phase is correct when the
motor’s actual output torque is balanced in both directions for a given command.
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The following phasing diagram can be helpful when using motors other than Danaher Motion’s AKM
Series with encoder feedback.
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SYSTEM STARTUP
The companion S200 Position Node User’s guide has information pertaining to installation and use
of the User Interface Program (GUI) called S200 OC Tools. The following startup recommendations
assume that the user has the GUI installed on the computer for test and setup and that it is
appropriately connected via RS232 communications.
11.1 WIRING CHECKS
Before applying any power please double check all wiring for accuracy and quality. Wiring should be
done to local and national wiring standards. In addition please ensure the following:
Earth ground must be connected to all PE terminals and the Screw block on the front of the S200
Position Node.
Signal wires (low voltage) must be separated from power wires (high voltage).
All terminals should be torqued to appropriate specifications
No wire strands should protrude from any connection.
11.2 SWITCH SETTINGS
The S200 Position Node has several user-settable switches. The function of these switches are
defined in the S200 Position Node User’s Guide. Default settings of these switches will support the
installation and startup procedures in this document. These switches affect CANbus baud rate,
Modbus and CANbus address assignment, and encoder equivalent output resolution. If the user
finds any of these to be adjusted as part of a comprehensive startup procedure then the S200
Position Node User’s Guide should be referenced at this time.
11.3 APPLY CONTROL POWER
Apply control power only to the S200 Position Node. Note the following:
• The green status LED to the left of J5 should flash at 2 Hertz (500ms on / 500mS off).
• The 7 Segment display should flash a sequence indicating the drive model number. For example,
an S20360 drive will flash ‘b’-‘S’-‘2’-‘0’-‘3’-‘6’.
• That flash should be followed by a steady ‘d’ in the display indicating that the drive is disabled.
A display of anything other than described above is probably a recognized fault condition. See the
S200 Position Node User Guide for further information pertaining to fault and corrective actions.
If an AKM motor with SFD feedback is used nothing more need be done at this time. If an encoder
based motor is intended to use the commutation encoder for feedback then the startup process
must continue with the following encoder checks:
The importance of the position feedback counting up for motor shaft CW (Looking at the load-end of
the motor) is extremely important. Do not proceed if this is not the case.
Under the S200 OC Tools GUI select the Motor and Mechanical \ Feedback form. Select the
Feedback type as COMCODER. Enter the encoder line count. Go back to the status screen and
note the Position Feedback number. Rotate the encoder (motor) one revolution CW. The new
Position feedback number should be approximately equal to the previous feedback position plus 4
times the encoder line count.
Since the AKM with SFD feedback device automatically loads all the motor parameters but is not
present on these systems, all motor data sheet parameters must be manually entered using the
S200 OC Tools GUI. Under the Motor and Mechanical Setup \ Motor tab: Search the Motor selection
box to see if your motor is located in the GUI database. Select it if it is and the correct settings will
be loaded. If the motor does not exist than it must be manual entered using the Utilities\Motor
Database Editor menu. Select ‘ New Motor, enter the data, then Add. Exit the database and return to
the Motor and Mechanical Setup \ Motor form and select the newly added motor.
NOTE
58
All drive configuration settings made in the previous steps
must be saved to non-volatile memory or the settings will be
lost upon power cycle. Use the Save to NV button to
accomplish this.
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11.4 CONTROL WIRING CHECKS
System wiring varies greatly from application-to application. The following section is a rough
guideline as to what to look for.
• Using S200 OC Tools the Status form should indicate that the System status is ‘Drive OK’.
• While S200 OC Tools has the Status form up on the computer screen the ‘Position Feedback’
box is updated ‘pseudo real time’. Rotating the motor shaft by hand should cause this position to
count upward. If the position does not count upward the chances are that the system is using an
encoder feedback device that is incorrectly wired.
• Each discrete input wired to the S200 Position Node can be activated and the Status screen will
illuminate its associated ;’LED’ (radial light button) accordingly. Check all input wiring in the
manor.
11.5 ADDITIONAL SAFETY CHECKS
WARNING
The next steps will allow motor motion. Care must be taken to allow the motor
to move freely without any possibility of damage to equipment or personnel.
The motor should be mounted or clamped in a way that will prevent jumping
if exposed to high acceleration rates.
11.6 APPLYING BUS POWER
Assure that the hardware enable (DINP1) is inactive. Apply bus power. Note for anything suspicious
such as noises, sparks, or smoke.
WARNING
Nothing is expected to happen at this point. Ensure that no faults have been
detected and annunciated in the status display. Immediately kill power if
anything other than what is described here occurs.
Enable the drive by activating the hardware enable (DINP1). The motor should not move. A slight
high frequency noise is common but not required.
Note: Along with the hardware enable line (DINP1) there is also a software enable feature. Nothing
in this procedure, short of a fault, would cause a software disable. However, part of the drive setup
allows the user to configure the drive to power up software disabled. If the drive has not seemed to
enable power to the motor at this point then please use the GUI to ensure that the drive is enabled.
The above picture of the GUI keys indicates that the drive is software disabled and ready to accept
an ‘EN’ command to software enable it.
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11.7 MOTOR MOTION CHECKS
Using S200 OC Tools click the mouse on the jog buttons and confirm controlled motor motion.
Clicking on an arrow causes motion in that direction. Moving the mouse away from the arrow stops
motor motion. Check both directions.
Motion control from the GUI is available as indicated in the above screen shot. The drive can be
disabled, Jogged CCW or CW. The jog speed (30 RPM) can be changed, or the motor can be
stopped.
Note: The difference be the DIS and STOP functions is that the DIS disables the power stage
allowing the motor to coast to a stop. The STOP input initiates a deceleration to 0 speed but does
not disable the drive’s power stage.
11.8 SYSTEM TUNING
Remove all power to the system. At this point the motor may be coupled to the load and the system
may be tuned. See the S200 Position Node User’s guide for more information on system tuning.
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REGULATORY INFORMATION
12.1 CONFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
The equipment described herein has been developed, produced, tested and documented in
accordance with the corresponding standards. Use conforming with requirements means that the
safety recommendations and warnings detailed in this manual are complied with and that the
applicable regulations for safety (machine directives, etc.) and noise suppression (EMC Directives)
are observed while operating the drive. At the end of its lifetime, dispose of or recycle the drive
according to the regulations applicable at that time.
12.2 UL AND CUL CONFORMANCE
The S200 drives are UL and cUL Recognized to UL 508C under UL File number E137798. Consider
the following points to ensure that final installation meets UL requirements:
• The drive should be used within its specified ratings.
• The drive should be mounted in the intended manner in an enclosure having adequate strength
and thickness with acceptable spacings for the end product classification.
• The spacings from the exposed live-metal parts to the enclosure wall should be in accordance
with the requirements for the overall equipment.
• These drives shall be used in a pollution degree 2 environment in order to comply with the
spacing requirements of UL 840 and UL 508C.
• The UL temperature tests were done with a metal heat plate with overall dimensions, 6 in x 12 in
x 1/8 in. The machine builder is responsible for ensuring adequate heat sinking capability in the
final installation.
• The thermal protective device(s) provided integral to the motor drives were not evaluated by UL.
• The terminals are suitable for factory wiring only.
• These motor drives have not been evaluated to provide solid-state overload or over speed
protection.
• The DC models were evaluated by UL for use with an isolated power supply rated no more than
150 V open circuit secondary voltage and 10 kVA secondary power. This combination shall be
maintained to satisfy UL requirements.
12.3 CE APPROVAL
The CE initials confirm that the S200 drives satisfy all requirements of CE Directives. However, the
equipment is not ready to operate without additional installations (cable, motor, etc.). Thus, all
necessary tests and measurements had to be made on a typical installation. The test installation
with all peripheral devices, as well as the test results and measurements are recorded in detail in
documentation that is available from the manufacturer on request.
12.4 CE EMC COMPLIANCE
NOTE
If the connection method on your machine is different from the ones pictured in this
manual, or in the event of use of components other than those specified, adherence to
CE interference limit values cannot be guaranteed.
The machine builder should incorporate good EMC installation and wiring practices in
the machine design. Some machine designs require more EMC consideration than
others. For example, a multi-axis machine generates more noise than a single-axis
machine. Therefore, multi-axis machines may require additional noise reduction
techniques, such as a metal enclosure or clamping of cables shields to an RF ground.
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12.5 CE TEST SETUP
AC MODELS S2XX6X-VTS
10
9
4
3
2
5
6
1
6
7
6
8
1) S200 AC DRIVE: S20360-VTS
2) MOTOR FEEDBACK CABLE: CF-DA0111N-05-0 (CF-DA0111N-50-0 for conducted emissions)
3) MOTOR POWER CABLE: CP-102AAAN-05-0 (CP-102AAAN-50-0 for conducted emissions)
4) MOTOR: KOLLMORGEN AKM43K-ANCNC-00
5) LINE FILTER: MTE RF30006-4 (see * below)
6) CORDS FOR AC MAINS CONNECTION
7) 5V POWER SUPPLY FOR ENABLE OPTO
8) PERSONAL COMPUTER
9) SERIAL CABLE (for setup and diagnostics)
10) SHIELDED I/O CABLE WITH DSUB SHELL GROUNDED AT EACH END
* (cable between filter and drive shielded with shield tied to PE with a 360 degree termination at each end of
the cable)
12.6 CE TEST SETUP
DC MODELS S2XX3X-VTS
4
10
9
2
3
6
5
1
6
7
6
8
1) S200 DC DRIVE: S20630-VTS
2) MOTOR FEEDBACK CABLE: CF-DA0111N-05-0 (CF-DA0111N-50-0 for conducted emissions)
3) MOTOR POWER CABLE: CP-102AAAN-05-0 (CP-102AAAN-50-0 for conducted emissions)
4) MOTOR: KOLLMORGEN AKM43K-ANCNC-00
5) SAFETY ISOLATED DC BUS POWER SUPPLY
6) CORDS FOR AC MAINS CONNECTION
7) 5V POWER SUPPLY FOR ENABLE OPTO
8) PERSONAL COMPUTER
9) SERIAL CABLE (for setup and diagnostics)
10) SHIELDED I/O CABLE WITH DSUB SHELL GROUNDED AT EACH END
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12.7 DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
In our Declaration of Conformity, we affirm our compliance with Directive 73/23/EEC (Low voltage
Directive) and with Directive 89/336/EEC (EMC Directive).
For the S20260-VTS, S20360-VTS, S20330-VTS, and S20630-VTS, EMC testing was done
according to EN61800-3:1997 with the incorporation of amendment A11:2000 (Emission limits
according to chapter 6.3.1 of that regulation, First environment / restricted distribution).
During assembly of our product in a machine, startup (that is, normal operation) is prohibited until
the end-product complies with Directive 89/392/EEC (Machine Directive) and directive 89/336/EEC
(EMC Directive). The machine manufacturer must prove that the complete system conforms with all
relevant European Directives.
Drive conformance to specified standards is certified by the Declaration of Conformity in this
manual.
CE Declaration of Conformity
This is to certify that: Kollmorgen Industrial Drives
201 Rock Rd
Radford, VA 24141
Declares that the product(s):
Designation
Type
DIGITAL SERVO DRIVE
S20260-DNS, S20360-DNS, S20330-DNS, S20630-DNS,
S20250-DNS, S20350- DNS, S20260-CNS, S20360-CNS,
S20330-CNS, S20630-CNS, S20250-CNS, and S20350-CNS
comply with the following relevant regulations:
CE Guideline
72/23/EEC
Applied harmonized standards:
CE Guideline
89/336/EEC
Applied harmonized standards:
Low Voltage Directive
EN 50178: 1998
EMC Directive
EN 61800-3:1997
Manufacturer’s Contact: Peter Deneault, Compliance Engineer
Danaher Motion GPS North America
Pacific Scientific
Issued By:
Steve McClellan, Engineering Services Director
Danaher Motion GPS North America
Kollmorgen Industrial Drives
Place, Date:
Radford, VA, USA 03/15/2005
Legally binding
Signature
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12.8 INSTALLATION AND COMMISSIONING
Installation and wiring of the drive must be completed only by qualified personnel having a basic
knowledge of electronics, installation of electronic and mechanical components, and all applicable
wiring regulations.
Only qualified personnel having broad knowledge of electronics and motion control technology are
to commission the machine utilizing the drives.
This manual should be read in its entirety. This appendix contains important regulatory information
not necessarily covered in earlier chapters. The material in this section should be taken into
consideration to ensure compliance with applicable regulatory requirements. This section alone
does not contain all the information needed to install and operate an S200 drive. General
information on installation and wiring are explained in detail in previous sections.
12.9 EUROPEAN COMPLIANCE
In Europe, these include:.
DIN - EN 60204 - Part 1, instructions relative to electric equipment in machines for industrial
use.
DIN EN 50178, instructions relative to electronic equipment for use in power installations.
12.10 LOW VOLTAGE DIRECTIVE AND EN50178
To ensure compliance with the Low Voltage Directive and EN50178, following these requirements:
• Electronic drives contain electrostatic sensitive devices, that can be damaged when handled
improperly. Qualified personnel must follow ESD protection measures. For example: wear
grounded heel and wrist straps when contacting drive.
• The climatic conditions shall be in accordance with EN 50178 climatic class: Type B, temperature
and relative humidity: Class 3K3.
• The drives shall be installed in an environment of Pollution Degree 2 or better.
• The S200 drives are not considered portable and are to be mounted in the intended manner in a
motor/control cabinet having adequate strength and thickness with acceptable spacings for the
end product classification accessible by qualified personnel only. The enclosure/cabinet shall
meet at least the requirements of Protective Type IP2X according to 5.1 of EN 60529. If the top
surface of the enclosure/cabinet is easily accessible it shall meet at least the requirements of the
Protective Type IP4X.
• Care shall be taken to ensure that the larger device or enclosure that accommodates the built-in
device provides protection against direct contact.
• The S200 drives may be erected in closed electrical operating areas if a protection against direct
contact is available or assigned for by means of obstacles and/or a distance according to IEC
364-4-412.3 and IEC 364-4-412.4.
• Follow IEC 536-2 and IEC 1140 for installation protection against electric shock.
• Installation shall be performed in accordance with local electric codes, local accident prevention
rules, EN 50178 and EN 61800-3.
• Never connect or disconnect any drive connectors or terminals while the power is switched on.
• Due to high leakage current, permanently install this drive (hard wired or fixed type). The PE
connection shall be made by two separate protective conductors satisfying the requirements for
protective conductors as given in 543 of HD 384.5.54 S1 between the earth ground and the PE
terminal(s) on the drive, or by a protective conductor having a cross section of at least 10 mm2
Cu. The S200 drives are designed to Protective Class I.
• The discharge time for the bus capacitors may be as long as 5 minutes. After disconnecting the
drive from the ac mains be sure to wait 5 minutes before removing the drive’s cover and exposing
live parts.
• The finished installation shall comply with the requirements of the IEC 364-4-41 series of
standards.
• The cables and leads (except the protective conductors) used in the erection of the S200 in an
installation which are accessible for contact without opening or removing a barrier or are laid on
extraneous conductive parts shall have double or reinforced insulation between the core and the
surface or shall be surrounded by a metal screen having a satisfactory current-carrying capacity
in the event of a short-circuit between the core and the screen.
• When installing the S200 into its operating location, it shall be ensured that any existing
protective separation according to 5.2.18 of EN50178 is maintained throughout the entire length
of the circuit in question. In installations the compliance for of the measures for protective
separation shall be checked by visual inspection.
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• Refer to Sections 1 and 4 of this manual for external fusing information.
• Motor cable shield must be connected to protective earth.
• During periods of extreme regeneration or excessively high input voltage the temperature of the
regen resistor may exceed 70 °C.
• When using an external regen resistor, if regen cabling is accessible during normal machine
operation, regen resistor cable should be rated at 450 VDC and shielded with shield connected to
PE.
• Consult the factory before using this product on a circuit protected by a residual-current-operated
protective device (RCD).
• All covers shall be closed during operation.
• The S200 drives should be used within their specified ratings.
12.11 EMC COMPLIANCE WITH EN61800-3
Use in a Domestic Environment
WARNING
The products covered in this manual are of the restricted sales distribution class
according to IEC 61800-3. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio
interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
CAUTION
Because applications differ, it is impossible for the drive manufacturer to guarantee
machine EMC compliance. In some applications, it may be necessary for the
machine builder to incorporate more EMC mitigation techniques than Danaher
Motion had to use in the EMC test setups.
General Suggestions to Improve Machine EMC Performance
• Use Danaher Motion cables – Danaher Motion cables have been designed with EMC
considerations in mind. Because subtle differences in cable construction can cause dramatic
changes in EMC performance use of Danaher Motion's Kollmorgen motor power and feedback
cables is recommended.
• When joining or splicing sections of cable, be sure to maintain the integrity of the cable shield
along the entire length of the finished cable.
• Separate cables according to type - AC Mains input, motor power and signal cables should be
separated from each other by at least 100 mm (4 in) to avoid cross coupling between them. If
cables of different types have to cross, they should do so at a 90° angle.
• Route wiring close to machine frame - It is a good practice to run wires along the machine frame
(local ground) whenever practical, this couples some high frequency noise/signals that could
otherwise be troublesome directly to the local ground.
• Remove paint from all drive, filter, and cable clamp mounting locations.
• Add clamp-on ferrites to cables – Adding clamp-on ferrites to noisy cables can reduce emissions
by absorbing RF energy before it is radiated.
• Use the appropriate line filter – A line filter is required for CE applications, more information on
line filter selection can be found in B.10
• Add a balun to the motor power cable – adding a balun in series with the U, V and W phases of
the motor power cable can attenuate both conducted and radiated emissions.
• Ensure that cables shields have a good RF ground.
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12.12 AC MAINS CONDUCTED EMISSIONS
Line Filter
To meet the CE-conducted EMC requirements, an external line filter (in series with the AC mains) is
necessary. It is the responsibility of the machine builder to choose filter(s) appropriate for the
application. Danaher Motion is willing to assist in this choice. Often, the decision is made to filter the
machine as a whole instead of filtering the individual drives.
Mount the line filter as close as possible to the point where incoming power enters the
machine/cabinet. Locate the drive(s) as close as possible to the line filter. To provide maximum high
frequency filtering, remove any paint from between the filter, the drive and the conductive surface,
ground plane to which they are bonded. For maximum benefit, separate input wiring to the line filter
and output wiring from the line filter from each other.
During CE testing, three (3) line filters were qualified for use with 50 m motor and feedback cables to
represent worse-case, conducted emissions compliance. The following filters were used:
Corcom 6EQ1 (single phase)
Corcom 36FCD10 (three phase)
MTE RF30006-4 (three phase)
Information on these and other filters can be found at:
Corcom, Inc.
USA 1-800-468-2023 or
847-680-7400
Germany 49-89-857920
http://www.cor.com
MTE Corporation
USA 1-800-455-4MTE
International 1-262-253-8200
http://www.mtecorp.com
For complete instructions on wiring an AC DC version S200 drive refer to the wiring
and connector descriptions of this manual.
NOTE
Motor Power Cable Filtering
In typical applications, the S200 drives do not require additional filtering in the motor leads.
Machines with many drives and long motor power cables may require an external balun in series
with the power motor power cable to reduce the machine’s conducted emissions. Additional
information can be found in Pacific Scientific Application Notes 106 (Reducing Motor Drive Line
Noise) and 107 (Reducing Motor Drive Radiated Emissions).
Balun part number is 104-090003-01.
NOTE
Current Rating
60 A sine wave pk (42 ARMS) 5 sec
20 A sine wave pk (14 ARMS) cont
Inductance
340 µh nominal
Energy Rating
7,200 µJ nominal
Resistance
0.021 Ohm nominal
Gap
10 mil
Ground Cable Shields
The Motor Power (J2), Feedback (J3), Command I/O (J4), and Serial Port (J5) cables must be
shielded and the shields should be connected to PE. The safety PE connection can be made
through connector pin or shell.
CAUTION
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All cables used with the S200 drives should be shielded with the shields connected to
PE. Dangerous voltages, resulting from cable capacitance, exist on some cable
shields if the shields are not connected to PE ground.
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Avoid Cross talk
CAUTION
To avoid the risk of cross talk, keep the motor and feedback cables away from
sensitive signal cables (i.e., telephone and intercommunication lines). Shield all
cables used with the S200 drives with the shields connected to PE.
EMC testing was performed using a single drive with standard wiring. When a machine incorporates
several drives or is designed for use in an environment requiring very low emissions, additional
steps may be necessary to reduce the overall machine emissions and/or susceptibility. High
frequency grounding of cable shields may help reduce radiated and conducted emissions as well as
protect against susceptibility to external and self-generated noise.
High Frequency Grounding of Cable Shields
When a cable with a separate inner foil shield and outer braided shield is used, EMC
performance may be improved by connecting the foil shield to the PE location on the
connector and removing about 10 mm (0.5 in) of the outer cable jacket close to the drive
[within 0.6 m (2 ft) of the drive] to expose the braided shield and clamping the outer
braided shield to the ground plane with a 360°-type clamp.
If a ground plane is available at the motor end of these cables, similar use of a
conductive clamp at that end to connect the shield to the ground plane may help as well.
Clamping the cable shields to PE typically reduces the level of emissions and increases
the level of immunity to interference.
NOTE
Example of 360° clamping of cable shields
12.13 REGEN RESISTOR
Regen Wiring (AC drives)
For complete instructions pertaining to an external regen resistor with an AC input drive, refer to the
System Wiring Diagrams. In addition to the information in that section, users installing drives for use
in a CE installation should use an appropriately-grounded, shielded regen cable to reduce overall
system emissions.
Accessible Regen Cables
CAUTION
When using an external regen resistor, if regen cabling is accessible during normal
machine operation, the cable should be a shielded cable rated at 450 VDC with the
shield connected to PE.
High Frequency Grounding of Regen Cable Shield
NOTE
When using a regen resistor in a CE installation, the cable should be appropriately
rated and have a braided shield connected to PE for safety, and clamped to the ground
plane with a 360° clamp for EMC purposes
12.14 ADDITIONAL EMC INFORMATION SOURCES
Additional information on EMC performance and noise reduction techniques can be found on the
Danaher Motion website (www.DanaherMotion.com):
Kollmorgen Application Note EMI Noise Checklist
Pacific Scientific Application Note 106 - Reducing Motor Drive Line Noise
Pacific Scientific Application Note 107 - Reducing Motor Drive Radiated Emissions
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please contact your local sales representative for assistance.
If you are unaware of your local sales representative, please contact us.
Europe
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E-Mail
support_dus.germany@danahermotion.com
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Tel.:
+49(0)203 - 99 79 - 0
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