Mitsubishi Melservo-J3 Series MR-J3-B Specifications

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User-Friendly /// SSCNET III Capable /// Flexible ///
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Contents
What makes a good servo system
Servo system overview
6
Servo amplifiers
7
The convincing reasons
Maximized to the
best advantage for
the machinery
High-speed high-precision control that adapts
itself to mechanical characteristics
Mitsubishi Electric servo systems are globally renowned and respected. Offering a
perfect combination of high-end performance and ease of use, they are now found
in a huge range of applications throughout
all branches of industry – from single and
multiple axis systems in mechanical engineering and other metal-working sectors
to complex, fully-synchronised solutions in
the semiconductor and motor industries.
Manufactured at the
highest standards
4–5
8–9
The best motors
10
Plug and play positioning solutions
11
Software
13
Applications
14
Mitsubishi automation products enjoy a
global reputation for outstanding quality
and reliability. The process starts at the
design stage, where quality is designed into
even the smallest components. Our systematic pursuit of “best practice” means
that Mitsubishi products readily comply
with product directives and global standards.
Meeting global
norms and standards
Mitsubishi Electric’s servo amplifiers and
motors meet all the standards and specifications laid down in the EU Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and the Machinery Directive
98/37/EC. Needless to say, all systems carry
the CE mark and are certified as conforming
to UL, cUL and GOST.
2
3
Mitsubishi servo systems /// Mitsubishi servo systems /// Mitsubishi servo systems /// Mitsubishi servo systems /// Mitsubishi servo systems /// Mitsubishi servo systems /// Mitsubishi
Use tomorrow’s
technology today
Contents
What makes a good servo system
Servo system overview
6
Servo amplifiers
7
The convincing reasons
Maximized to the
best advantage for
the machinery
High-speed high-precision control that adapts
itself to mechanical characteristics
Mitsubishi Electric servo systems are globally renowned and respected. Offering a
perfect combination of high-end performance and ease of use, they are now found
in a huge range of applications throughout
all branches of industry – from single and
multiple axis systems in mechanical engineering and other metal-working sectors
to complex, fully-synchronised solutions in
the semiconductor and motor industries.
Manufactured at the
highest standards
4–5
8–9
The best motors
10
Plug and play positioning solutions
11
Software
13
Applications
14
Mitsubishi automation products enjoy a
global reputation for outstanding quality
and reliability. The process starts at the
design stage, where quality is designed into
even the smallest components. Our systematic pursuit of “best practice” means
that Mitsubishi products readily comply
with product directives and global standards.
Meeting global
norms and standards
Mitsubishi Electric’s servo amplifiers and
motors meet all the standards and specifications laid down in the EU Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and the Machinery Directive
98/37/EC. Needless to say, all systems carry
the CE mark and are certified as conforming
to UL, cUL and GOST.
2
3
The success factors /// The success factors /// The success factors /// The success factors /// The success factors /// The success factors /// The success factors /// The success factors ///
What makes a good servo system
Advanced and evolving
tuning functions
Position and speed data, etc.
can be set via CC-Link communication.
High speed, high performance
Motion Bus system SSCNET III
The built-in display panel
indicates servo amplifier status
and alarm numbers.
Simple setup and
tuning
Cost effectiveness
Industry leading performance gives faster
production cycles and reduced material
wastage
The new setup software MR Configurator
allows for easy set up and tuning the servo
system with a personal computer.
Plug and play
Functionality
The availability of pre-made cables of different length means that connecting a
servo motor to an amplifier or any other
combination is quick and error free.
The MR-J3 series, has incorporated
advanced control capabilities that are able
to maximize the best advantage from the
machinery.
Automatic servo
motor recognition
Simple networking
High-speed servo and motion applications
need special high-speed networking.
Mitsubishi's Sevo System Controller Network (SSCNET III) provides these system
capabilities.
CC-Link compatible built-in
positioning function
Absolute high-resolution encoder
as standard equipment
USB interface for convenient
and fast setup with a PC
Compact & flexible
Mitsubishi's servo systems are both compact and flexible. The reduced component
size means more flexibility for installation
and reduced enclosure sizes.
4
Not all features are available on all servos. Please check applicability.
5
The success factors /// The success factors /// The success factors /// The success factors /// The success factors /// The success factors /// The success factors /// The success factors ///
What makes a good servo system
Advanced and evolving
tuning functions
Position and speed data, etc.
can be set via CC-Link communication.
High speed, high performance
Motion Bus system SSCNET III
The built-in display panel
indicates servo amplifier status
and alarm numbers.
Simple setup and
tuning
Cost effectiveness
Industry leading performance gives faster
production cycles and reduced material
wastage
The new setup software MR Configurator
allows for easy set up and tuning the servo
system with a personal computer.
Plug and play
Functionality
The availability of pre-made cables of different length means that connecting a
servo motor to an amplifier or any other
combination is quick and error free.
The MR-J3 series, has incorporated
advanced control capabilities that are able
to maximize the best advantage from the
machinery.
Automatic servo
motor recognition
Simple networking
High-speed servo and motion applications
need special high-speed networking.
Mitsubishi's Sevo System Controller Network (SSCNET III) provides these system
capabilities.
CC-Link compatible built-in
positioning function
Absolute high-resolution encoder
as standard equipment
USB interface for convenient
and fast setup with a PC
Compact & flexible
Mitsubishi's servo systems are both compact and flexible. The reduced component
size means more flexibility for installation
and reduced enclosure sizes.
4
Not all features are available on all servos. Please check applicability.
5
Extensive product range /// Extensive product range /// Extensive product range /// The new generation servo /// The new generation servo /// The new generation servo ///
The right solution
every time
The ever-evolving new
generation servo
The MR-J3 is currently available with outputs from 50 W to 55 kW. Units with higher
outputs are being added to the range at
regular intervals.
SERVO AMPLIFIERS & MOTORS
Integrated
positioning
This CC-Link enabled version of Mitsubishi
Electric’s latest generation of servo amplifiers makes it easier than ever to build truly
integrated automation systems. The powerful amplifier and motors are significantly
smaller than previous generations, reducing the need for costly cubicle space and
allowing the motors to fit easily and neatly
into small recesses of the machine.
Handling systems require exceptional precision and dynamic response.
Powerful amplifiers
The new MR-J3 generation of servo drives
delivers state-of-the-art technology and
simple operation in a very compact package. New functions like the advanced
vibration suppression system and the further improved real-time autotuning ensure
maximum precision, very short positioning
times and simple installation.
PERFORMANCE
A diverse product range helps you make the right product choice.
A solution for every
application
"Plug & play" technology
6
Mitsubishi Electric always has the right
servo system for straightforward and complex applications alike. With so many motor
types, different amplifier output performances and features, the right servo
solution is available for every conceivable
positioning requirement.
The new MR J3 series is Mitsubishi Electric’s
latest generation of servo amplifiers and
motors for industrial automation applications, that are small, precise and easy to
integrate, sporting a host of new features.
The powerful amplifier and motors are significantly smaller than previous generations, reducing the need for costly cubicle
space and allowing the motors to fit easily
and neatly into small recesses of the
machine. From simple single-axis drives for
point-to-point positioning, to complex systems with 96 fully synchronised axes, the
new MR-J3 series can reduce more than
just your stress levels.
Plug and play minimises wiring errors and speeds up
installation
Mitsubishi offers a wide spectrum of servo
amplifiers to meet the demands of all types
models are
of applications. The
suitable for drive systems with conventional control and are designed for regulating speed, torque and position control
models are specified for
tasks. The
complex, multi-axis movement sequences
and for use in networked automation systems. The MR-J3-T series is a compact and
cost effective servo solution with integrated positioning control functionality
and CC-Link communications capability.
The units configure themselves by Plug &
Play for Mitsubishi Electric’s motion control
and positioning control systems, to which
they are connected via the high-speed
optical SSCNET III network, which has a
cycle period of just 0.44 milliseconds.
MR-J3 Servos
at a glance
Power range
MR-J3-A/B: 0.1–37 kW
MR-J3-A4/B4: 0.4–55 kW
MR-J3-T/T4: 0.1–55 kW
Input
MR-J3-A/B/T: 200–230 V AC (50/60 Hz)
MR-J3-A4/B4/T4: 380–480 V AC (50/60 Hz)
Speed frequency response
900 Hz
Control functions with
enhanced tuning technolog
Real-Time Auto-tuning and
Model Adaptive Control;
Advanced Vibration Suppression
Integrated interfaces
RS-422
Network links
MR-J3-B: SSCNET III
MR-J3-T: CC-Link
7
Extensive product range /// Extensive product range /// Extensive product range /// The new generation servo /// The new generation servo /// The new generation servo ///
The right solution
every time
The ever-evolving new
generation servo
The MR-J3 is currently available with outputs from 50 W to 55 kW. Units with higher
outputs are being added to the range at
regular intervals.
SERVO AMPLIFIERS & MOTORS
Integrated
positioning
This CC-Link enabled version of Mitsubishi
Electric’s latest generation of servo amplifiers makes it easier than ever to build truly
integrated automation systems. The powerful amplifier and motors are significantly
smaller than previous generations, reducing the need for costly cubicle space and
allowing the motors to fit easily and neatly
into small recesses of the machine.
Handling systems require exceptional precision and dynamic response.
Powerful amplifiers
The new MR-J3 generation of servo drives
delivers state-of-the-art technology and
simple operation in a very compact package. New functions like the advanced
vibration suppression system and the further improved real-time autotuning ensure
maximum precision, very short positioning
times and simple installation.
PERFORMANCE
A diverse product range helps you make the right product choice.
A solution for every
application
"Plug & play" technology
6
Mitsubishi Electric always has the right
servo system for straightforward and complex applications alike. With so many motor
types, different amplifier output performances and features, the right servo
solution is available for every conceivable
positioning requirement.
The new MR J3 series is Mitsubishi Electric’s
latest generation of servo amplifiers and
motors for industrial automation applications, that are small, precise and easy to
integrate, sporting a host of new features.
The powerful amplifier and motors are significantly smaller than previous generations, reducing the need for costly cubicle
space and allowing the motors to fit easily
and neatly into small recesses of the
machine. From simple single-axis drives for
point-to-point positioning, to complex systems with 96 fully synchronised axes, the
new MR-J3 series can reduce more than
just your stress levels.
Plug and play minimises wiring errors and speeds up
installation
Mitsubishi offers a wide spectrum of servo
amplifiers to meet the demands of all types
models are
of applications. The
suitable for drive systems with conventional control and are designed for regulating speed, torque and position control
models are specified for
tasks. The
complex, multi-axis movement sequences
and for use in networked automation systems. The MR-J3-T series is a compact and
cost effective servo solution with integrated positioning control functionality
and CC-Link communications capability.
The units configure themselves by Plug &
Play for Mitsubishi Electric’s motion control
and positioning control systems, to which
they are connected via the high-speed
optical SSCNET III network, which has a
cycle period of just 0.44 milliseconds.
MR-J3 Servos
at a glance
Power range
MR-J3-A/B: 0.1–37 kW
MR-J3-A4/B4: 0.4–55 kW
MR-J3-T/T4: 0.1–55 kW
Input
MR-J3-A/B/T: 200–230 V AC (50/60 Hz)
MR-J3-A4/B4/T4: 380–480 V AC (50/60 Hz)
Speed frequency response
900 Hz
Control functions with
enhanced tuning technolog
Real-Time Auto-tuning and
Model Adaptive Control;
Advanced Vibration Suppression
Integrated interfaces
RS-422
Network links
MR-J3-B: SSCNET III
MR-J3-T: CC-Link
7
The power to perform /// The power to perform /// The power to perform /// The power to perform /// The power to perform /// The power to perform /// The power to perform
The power to perform
Firmware that
delivers
performance
All MR-J3 servo amplifiers use the very latest regulation and control technologies.
These systems ensure fast installation and
setup and make it possible to configure stable systems with very short response times
– no matter what your application.
Increased response
speed
The MR-J3’s 900Hz speed-frequency
response rate is over 30% faster than existing models. For users this means faster
operation, greater precision, faster retooling in production, less wastage and better
product quality.
Speed (rpm)
쐽 Real-Time Auto-tuning
The real-time auto-tuning function sets the
servo’s control parameters automatically,
eliminating the need to calibrate the system for each individual application. But
that’s not all – auto-tuning also works continuously while the system is in operation,
making constant adjustments to cater for
applications with fluctuating moments of
inertia. This makes it possible to use these
servos in a much wider range of applications.
Shorter positioning time
3 dB
900 Hz
Frequency
Time
T0
High speed response of 900 Hz offers shortest settling
times resulting in short cycle times.
0
Precise tuning
functions
HF-KP (New)
HC-KFS (Old)
쐽 Adaptive filtering
The optimum machine resonance suppression filter is automatically set to suppress resonance without even measuring
the machine system’s (drive shaft) frequency characteristics. The adaptive frequency range has been increased
compared to the prior models, so resonance at the drive shaft can also be suppressed.
1000
6000
Bottle filling with increased productvity by deacreased cycle times thanks to short settling time.
Under Advanced vibration suppress control, it uses a mechanical vibration model
from reference model to generate a drive
pattern that prevent the tip of machinery
from vibrating, thereby suppressing any
residual vibration. Advanced vibration
suppress control can extract vibration
components from actual motor movements. It identifies the vibration characteristics of the machinery in real time, and
automatically make adjustment to the
mechanical vibration model.
Time
Intelligent functions
for any application
Reduced
component size
Every detail of the MR-J3 series is designed
for performance and reliability, from the
intelligent drive electronics to the robust
mechanical components. These next-generation servo systems are both compact
and flexible, featuring Plug & Play functionality, fibre-optics technology and optical
feedback systems.
The reduced component size is critically
important to machine designers who are
often called upon to sqeeze all of the control solutions they need into the smallest
deliverable package. The MR-J3 series
boasts an intelligent design that has
reduced amplifier sizes by up to 40 % and
motor lengths by almost a quarter. This
means machine designers don't have to
make as many compromises to get the
right motor and deliver the right power in
the right place. These servos’ compact
dimensions enable flexible installation and
economical design, which helps you to
keep your costs down and be more competitive in the global economy.
쐽 Advanced suppression of
mechanical vibration
Advanced vibration suppress control is
designed to suppress the vibrations in Category 2 above. It is effective in suppressing
residual vibrations at the time ofsettling
during positioning operation.
The primary control method of the MR-J3 is
Model Adaptive Control. In this method,
the motor is driven in such a manner that
the tip of the given machinery moves
together with the reference model applied.
Without vibration
suppression
500
0
-500
-1000
0
0,5
1
1,5
2
2,5
3
3,5
4
4,5
5
SSCNET III – The
benchmark standard
In addition to conventional pulse train positioning, the MR-J3 series also supports the
SSCNET III high-speed motion control network. The SSCNET III is a high-speed synchronous network using an optical fiber
cable. The MR-J3-B servo amplifier is connected to a control device with SSCNET III
interface (e.g Q172HCPU, QD75MH motion
controller or FX3U-20SSC-H interface module). As for the communications specifications of SSCNET III, it can control up to 32
axes per master interface with the transmission rate of 50 Mbps and command
communications period of 0.4 ms.
1000
500
0
-500
-1000
0
0,5
1
1,5
2
2,5
3
3,5
4
4,5
5
Adaptive filter (upper figure) to suppress drive shaft vibrations such as in a ball screw
When a given machine has a mechanical
resonance at a high frequency, (in the
range of several hundred Hz and above.)
increase control gain will cause the control
system to oscillate in this vibration mode
and subsequently lose control. In order to
overcome the mechanical resonance, it is
common practice to insert a machine resonance suppression filter into the control
loop to prevent oscillation. Adaptive filter II
is a function that automatically set this
machine resonance suppression filter in
real time.
Since long-distance wiring has become
possible, it is possible to locate the controller’s control panel and drive units far apart
and spread widely in a large-scale facility or
a large-scale production line. This, in turn,
will shorten the cable between amplifier
and motor in machines where there is a relatively large amount of wiring.
As for the servo adjustments, a servo setting and support tool, MT Developer can be
used over SSCNET III, just simply connect a
personal computer to the motion controller makes it possible to perform controller
settings and servo parameters of all the
connected axes to SSCNET III.
With vibration
suppression
In applications with extreme load vibrations this function significantly improves both performance and system response.
8
9
The power to perform /// The power to perform /// The power to perform /// The power to perform /// The power to perform /// The power to perform /// The power to perform
The power to perform
Firmware that
delivers
performance
All MR-J3 servo amplifiers use the very latest regulation and control technologies.
These systems ensure fast installation and
setup and make it possible to configure stable systems with very short response times
– no matter what your application.
Increased response
speed
The MR-J3’s 900Hz speed-frequency
response rate is over 30% faster than existing models. For users this means faster
operation, greater precision, faster retooling in production, less wastage and better
product quality.
Speed (rpm)
쐽 Real-Time Auto-tuning
The real-time auto-tuning function sets the
servo’s control parameters automatically,
eliminating the need to calibrate the system for each individual application. But
that’s not all – auto-tuning also works continuously while the system is in operation,
making constant adjustments to cater for
applications with fluctuating moments of
inertia. This makes it possible to use these
servos in a much wider range of applications.
Shorter positioning time
3 dB
900 Hz
Frequency
Time
T0
High speed response of 900 Hz offers shortest settling
times resulting in short cycle times.
0
Precise tuning
functions
HF-KP (New)
HC-KFS (Old)
쐽 Adaptive filtering
The optimum machine resonance suppression filter is automatically set to suppress resonance without even measuring
the machine system’s (drive shaft) frequency characteristics. The adaptive frequency range has been increased
compared to the prior models, so resonance at the drive shaft can also be suppressed.
1000
6000
Bottle filling with increased productvity by deacreased cycle times thanks to short settling time.
Under Advanced vibration suppress control, it uses a mechanical vibration model
from reference model to generate a drive
pattern that prevent the tip of machinery
from vibrating, thereby suppressing any
residual vibration. Advanced vibration
suppress control can extract vibration
components from actual motor movements. It identifies the vibration characteristics of the machinery in real time, and
automatically make adjustment to the
mechanical vibration model.
Time
Intelligent functions
for any application
Reduced
component size
Every detail of the MR-J3 series is designed
for performance and reliability, from the
intelligent drive electronics to the robust
mechanical components. These next-generation servo systems are both compact
and flexible, featuring Plug & Play functionality, fibre-optics technology and optical
feedback systems.
The reduced component size is critically
important to machine designers who are
often called upon to sqeeze all of the control solutions they need into the smallest
deliverable package. The MR-J3 series
boasts an intelligent design that has
reduced amplifier sizes by up to 40 % and
motor lengths by almost a quarter. This
means machine designers don't have to
make as many compromises to get the
right motor and deliver the right power in
the right place. These servos’ compact
dimensions enable flexible installation and
economical design, which helps you to
keep your costs down and be more competitive in the global economy.
쐽 Advanced suppression of
mechanical vibration
Advanced vibration suppress control is
designed to suppress the vibrations in Category 2 above. It is effective in suppressing
residual vibrations at the time ofsettling
during positioning operation.
The primary control method of the MR-J3 is
Model Adaptive Control. In this method,
the motor is driven in such a manner that
the tip of the given machinery moves
together with the reference model applied.
Without vibration
suppression
500
0
-500
-1000
0
0,5
1
1,5
2
2,5
3
3,5
4
4,5
5
SSCNET III – The
benchmark standard
In addition to conventional pulse train positioning, the MR-J3 series also supports the
SSCNET III high-speed motion control network. The SSCNET III is a high-speed synchronous network using an optical fiber
cable. The MR-J3-B servo amplifier is connected to a control device with SSCNET III
interface (e.g Q172HCPU, QD75MH motion
controller or FX3U-20SSC-H interface module). As for the communications specifications of SSCNET III, it can control up to 32
axes per master interface with the transmission rate of 50 Mbps and command
communications period of 0.4 ms.
1000
500
0
-500
-1000
0
0,5
1
1,5
2
2,5
3
3,5
4
4,5
5
Adaptive filter (upper figure) to suppress drive shaft vibrations such as in a ball screw
When a given machine has a mechanical
resonance at a high frequency, (in the
range of several hundred Hz and above.)
increase control gain will cause the control
system to oscillate in this vibration mode
and subsequently lose control. In order to
overcome the mechanical resonance, it is
common practice to insert a machine resonance suppression filter into the control
loop to prevent oscillation. Adaptive filter II
is a function that automatically set this
machine resonance suppression filter in
real time.
Since long-distance wiring has become
possible, it is possible to locate the controller’s control panel and drive units far apart
and spread widely in a large-scale facility or
a large-scale production line. This, in turn,
will shorten the cable between amplifier
and motor in machines where there is a relatively large amount of wiring.
As for the servo adjustments, a servo setting and support tool, MT Developer can be
used over SSCNET III, just simply connect a
personal computer to the motion controller makes it possible to perform controller
settings and servo parameters of all the
connected axes to SSCNET III.
With vibration
suppression
In applications with extreme load vibrations this function significantly improves both performance and system response.
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Servo motors
to add movement
Plug & play positioning
solutions
Advanced features
쐽 Increased motor speed
MR-J3 motors lead the market, combining
speeds of up to 6,000rpm with high
torques. This makes it easier for designers
to select the motors they need to meet
tough performance criteria.
쐽 Increased encoder resolution
All MR-J3 encoders are 18 bit, delivering
an industry-leading 262,144 pulses per
revolution. This high resolution makes it
possible to detect and suppress mechanical vibrations. The non-volatile absolute
encoder system has a backup battery,
eliminating the need for time-wasting
zero-point calibration routines.
Speed, accuracy and control, whenever you need it.
Motor solutions
for all
쐽 Improved motor IP ratings
All MR-J3 motors are IP65 rated as standard (all 400 V motors are IP67). This
means that MR-J3 systems can be used in
heavy-duty industrial environments.
Using the right positioning solution can
help increase the accuracy of the work process, reduce waste and rework as well as
provide a higher quality of production.
The MR-J3 series together with SSCNET III
support a very broad spectrum of applications with between 2 and 96 axes.
Components with a variety of different PLC
and positioning systems for a modular and
fully-scalable configuration can be
combined. This gives the user full control
over the system and complete cost transparency, combined with the dependable
controller performance of the MELSEC FX
series or the MELSEC System Q series with
motion controllers.
The range starts from simple pulse train
positioning controllers over dedicated
motion cards to most complex applications
with System Q motion CPUs.
Fast, high-precision positioning
Positioning modules
Featuring the most advanced concentrated winding techniques and the latest
technology, Mitsubishi servo motors are
among the most compact in the market.
쐽 MELSEC FX positioning modules
High-speed counter and single axis positioning modules are available, which can
be used in combination with the FX series
PLCs. This provides a cost effective solution
for small servo/motion applications.
쐽 System Q positioning modules
For a wide range of applications the System Q
offers their QD75MH positioning module
series – from stand-alone configurations for
single-axis tasks to the coordinated movement of up to 4 axes per module.
Motors are available in a range of options
from 50 W to 55 kW in different designs,
including specialised motors such as hollow shaft and pancake designs that suit
most application needs.
쐽 SSCNET III connection
The SSCNET module FX3U-20SSC-H can be
used in combination with a FX3U PLC to
achieve a cost effective solution for high
precision, high speed positioning.
When MR-J3-B servo amplifiers are used
the QD75MH can be connected via the
SSCNET III motion control network.
HF-KP motors – IP65 standard protection
All Mitsubishi servo motors provide integrated ABS encoders. Additional returnto-origin routines, limit switches, or other
sensors are not required.
Moreover, Mitsubishi's low, ultra low and
medium inertia designs allow users to
select the best motor characteristics for
their application.
Linear motors are available optionally.
RS-232 (via CPU)
CPU
GX Developer
+
GX Configurator-QP
USB (via CPU)
Positioning modules
Cables
Servo amplifiers
Servo motors
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SSCNET configuration
SSCNET
High-speed network
Transfer configuration
parameters
Motion Control and
PLC in perfect
harmony
Motion control systems have huge potential for optimising production processes
and improving product quality. To control
these systems, System Q offers solutions
ranging from individual motion/positioning cards to advanced motion CPUs capable of synchronised operation across many
axes.
System Q’s unique design allows users to
select and use different combinations of
CPUs from the same platform. For example,
motion CPUs can be employed independently or in tandem with PLC, PC or process
CPUs.
Thanks to the dedicated motion control
network SSCNETIII, each motion CPU can
connect up to 32 servo axes. In addition,
three motion CPUs can be used in a single
System Q solution to bring advanced
motion control to 96 axes.
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Servo motors
to add movement
Plug & play positioning
solutions
Advanced features
쐽 Increased motor speed
MR-J3 motors lead the market, combining
speeds of up to 6,000rpm with high
torques. This makes it easier for designers
to select the motors they need to meet
tough performance criteria.
쐽 Increased encoder resolution
All MR-J3 encoders are 18 bit, delivering
an industry-leading 262,144 pulses per
revolution. This high resolution makes it
possible to detect and suppress mechanical vibrations. The non-volatile absolute
encoder system has a backup battery,
eliminating the need for time-wasting
zero-point calibration routines.
Speed, accuracy and control, whenever you need it.
Motor solutions
for all
쐽 Improved motor IP ratings
All MR-J3 motors are IP65 rated as standard (all 400 V motors are IP67). This
means that MR-J3 systems can be used in
heavy-duty industrial environments.
Using the right positioning solution can
help increase the accuracy of the work process, reduce waste and rework as well as
provide a higher quality of production.
The MR-J3 series together with SSCNET III
support a very broad spectrum of applications with between 2 and 96 axes.
Components with a variety of different PLC
and positioning systems for a modular and
fully-scalable configuration can be
combined. This gives the user full control
over the system and complete cost transparency, combined with the dependable
controller performance of the MELSEC FX
series or the MELSEC System Q series with
motion controllers.
The range starts from simple pulse train
positioning controllers over dedicated
motion cards to most complex applications
with System Q motion CPUs.
Fast, high-precision positioning
Positioning modules
Featuring the most advanced concentrated winding techniques and the latest
technology, Mitsubishi servo motors are
among the most compact in the market.
쐽 MELSEC FX positioning modules
High-speed counter and single axis positioning modules are available, which can
be used in combination with the FX series
PLCs. This provides a cost effective solution
for small servo/motion applications.
쐽 System Q positioning modules
For a wide range of applications the System Q
offers their QD75MH positioning module
series – from stand-alone configurations for
single-axis tasks to the coordinated movement of up to 4 axes per module.
Motors are available in a range of options
from 50 W to 55 kW in different designs,
including specialised motors such as hollow shaft and pancake designs that suit
most application needs.
쐽 SSCNET III connection
The SSCNET module FX3U-20SSC-H can be
used in combination with a FX3U PLC to
achieve a cost effective solution for high
precision, high speed positioning.
When MR-J3-B servo amplifiers are used
the QD75MH can be connected via the
SSCNET III motion control network.
HF-KP motors – IP65 standard protection
All Mitsubishi servo motors provide integrated ABS encoders. Additional returnto-origin routines, limit switches, or other
sensors are not required.
Moreover, Mitsubishi's low, ultra low and
medium inertia designs allow users to
select the best motor characteristics for
their application.
Linear motors are available optionally.
RS-232 (via CPU)
CPU
GX Developer
+
GX Configurator-QP
USB (via CPU)
Positioning modules
Cables
Servo amplifiers
Servo motors
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SSCNET configuration
SSCNET
High-speed network
Transfer configuration
parameters
Motion Control and
PLC in perfect
harmony
Motion control systems have huge potential for optimising production processes
and improving product quality. To control
these systems, System Q offers solutions
ranging from individual motion/positioning cards to advanced motion CPUs capable of synchronised operation across many
axes.
System Q’s unique design allows users to
select and use different combinations of
CPUs from the same platform. For example,
motion CPUs can be employed independently or in tandem with PLC, PC or process
CPUs.
Thanks to the dedicated motion control
network SSCNETIII, each motion CPU can
connect up to 32 servo axes. In addition,
three motion CPUs can be used in a single
System Q solution to bring advanced
motion control to 96 axes.
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Servo setting and support
software
Powerful new
functions
MR Configurator –
a complete
engineering
environment
쐽 Selecting a variety of waveforms is
now possible
Powerful graph functions with 3 analog
channels and 4 digital channels support
tuning. User-friendly functions and a
diverse waveform selection powerfully
support user’s work.
Monitoring and checking with the diagnostics features
A wide range of automatic configuration
assistants make it easy to set up your new
servo systems correctly, even for less experienced users. The strong benefits are:
The MR Configurator software package
makes configuration and diagnostics quick
and easy and includes powerful graphical
machine analysis and simulation functions.
Machine analysis enables determination of
the frequency response of the connected
drive train without any additional instruments. If necessary, you can then make
design changes or install filters to achieve
better machine performance. The system
can be connected to a personal computer
with a standard USB (Universal Serial Bus)
port.
쐽 Easy set up
MR Configurtator allows for easy set up and
tuning the servo system with a standard
personal computer.
쐽 Multiple monitor functions
Graphic display functions are provided to
display the servo motor status with the
input signal triggers, such as the command
pulse, droop pulse and speed.
쐽 Test operations with a personal
computer
Test operation of the servo motors can be
performed with a personal computer using
multiple test mode menus.
The speed-torque characteristic diagram of
the motor in operation can be displayed.
Since the current operation status can be
displayed on the screen, the status of a
servo system can be checked in real-time.
쐽 Improved accuracy
When the Start button is pressed, the servo
motor is automatically oscillated, and the
machine system’s frequency characteristics
are displayed.
The frequency characteristics that could
previously only be analyzed in a range
between 0.1 and 1kHz can now be analyzed in a range between 0.1 and 4.5kHz.
This can also be used as a tool to comprehend the machine system’s characteristics.
In addition, data can be overwritten.
쐽 Advanced functions
Further advanced tuning is possible with
the improved advanced functions.
Gain search window
Selecting a variety of waveforms is possible in a Graph
window.
쐽 Improved usability
While automatically fluctuating the gain,
the setup software MR Configurator
searches for values with the shortest settling time and lowest overshooting or
vibration.
Basic setting parameters can be easily set in
a selection format. Settings in the list format are also possible.
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Horizontal and
vertical pillow
Product in
System Q is ideal for such applications as
programming can be kept simple with the
Q CPU logic controller, high accuracy maintained with the Q motion controller easily
integrated with an efficient user interface
such as the GOT1000. Hence these products
are combined into a truly total solution.
Film feed
roller
Film
Bag forming
쐽 Phase compensation is the key
The high accuracy demands of this type of
machine are not a problem for the Q
motion controller and MR-J3 series of servo
drives together with SSCNET III servo network. As mentioned with bottle filling, a
cam profile can be very easily designed and
implemented by using software based
tools. In addition to this, the Q motion controller incorporates a phase compensation
algorithm which ensures that the encoder
phase angle and cam phase angle are precisely in synchronization. In general this
means that the packaging cutters can be
precisely synchronised with the feed of the
conveyor, hence providing an accurate cut
at high speed.
Transport
conveyor
Heat sealing
roller
Product out
Seal and cut
Transport
conveyor
Sealing packaging
solutions
쐽 From tubes to pillows
Probably the most common type of packaging machines are the pillow type
machines used to package a whole host of
products. These machine types are known
as “pillow” because of the distinct shape of
the packaging film being formed around
the product to be packaged. There is often
a variance of 2 or 3 specific sealing points
which are then cut to individually package
the product ready for shipping. The products are fed into the machine in a number
of different ways using conveyors, hoppers,
rotating arms etc.
Various processes need to be synchronised
with this application as it requires a high
level of flexibility to cater for a diverse
range of shapes and sizes.
Enterprise PC
(MES/ERP/SCADA)
Ethernet
Q Motion CPU
High performance Q CPU
Power supply
Ethernet (to Enterprise level)
A/Dconverter(filmtensioncontrol)
Digital I/O (Other I/O)
Q BUS
The inline feed of the product is synchronised with the film packaging which is fed
from the feed roller into a forming station
which forms the packaging around the
product. The package is then sealed and
cut away from the film train, resulting in a
completely packaged product ready for
boxing or other packaging processes.
(1)
Film feed roller
Heat sealing roller (vertical seal)
Seal and cut (horizontal seal)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Seal checker
Transport conveyor (IN/OUT)
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Servo software /// Servo software /// Servo software /// Servo software /// Servo software /// Sample application /// Horizontal and vertical pillow /// Sample application ///
Servo setting and support
software
Powerful new
functions
MR Configurator –
a complete
engineering
environment
쐽 Selecting a variety of waveforms is
now possible
Powerful graph functions with 3 analog
channels and 4 digital channels support
tuning. User-friendly functions and a
diverse waveform selection powerfully
support user’s work.
Monitoring and checking with the diagnostics features
A wide range of automatic configuration
assistants make it easy to set up your new
servo systems correctly, even for less experienced users. The strong benefits are:
The MR Configurator software package
makes configuration and diagnostics quick
and easy and includes powerful graphical
machine analysis and simulation functions.
Machine analysis enables determination of
the frequency response of the connected
drive train without any additional instruments. If necessary, you can then make
design changes or install filters to achieve
better machine performance. The system
can be connected to a personal computer
with a standard USB (Universal Serial Bus)
port.
쐽 Easy set up
MR Configurtator allows for easy set up and
tuning the servo system with a standard
personal computer.
쐽 Multiple monitor functions
Graphic display functions are provided to
display the servo motor status with the
input signal triggers, such as the command
pulse, droop pulse and speed.
쐽 Test operations with a personal
computer
Test operation of the servo motors can be
performed with a personal computer using
multiple test mode menus.
The speed-torque characteristic diagram of
the motor in operation can be displayed.
Since the current operation status can be
displayed on the screen, the status of a
servo system can be checked in real-time.
쐽 Improved accuracy
When the Start button is pressed, the servo
motor is automatically oscillated, and the
machine system’s frequency characteristics
are displayed.
The frequency characteristics that could
previously only be analyzed in a range
between 0.1 and 1kHz can now be analyzed in a range between 0.1 and 4.5kHz.
This can also be used as a tool to comprehend the machine system’s characteristics.
In addition, data can be overwritten.
쐽 Advanced functions
Further advanced tuning is possible with
the improved advanced functions.
Gain search window
Selecting a variety of waveforms is possible in a Graph
window.
쐽 Improved usability
While automatically fluctuating the gain,
the setup software MR Configurator
searches for values with the shortest settling time and lowest overshooting or
vibration.
Basic setting parameters can be easily set in
a selection format. Settings in the list format are also possible.
12
Horizontal and
vertical pillow
Product in
System Q is ideal for such applications as
programming can be kept simple with the
Q CPU logic controller, high accuracy maintained with the Q motion controller easily
integrated with an efficient user interface
such as the GOT1000. Hence these products
are combined into a truly total solution.
Film feed
roller
Film
Bag forming
쐽 Phase compensation is the key
The high accuracy demands of this type of
machine are not a problem for the Q
motion controller and MR-J3 series of servo
drives together with SSCNET III servo network. As mentioned with bottle filling, a
cam profile can be very easily designed and
implemented by using software based
tools. In addition to this, the Q motion controller incorporates a phase compensation
algorithm which ensures that the encoder
phase angle and cam phase angle are precisely in synchronization. In general this
means that the packaging cutters can be
precisely synchronised with the feed of the
conveyor, hence providing an accurate cut
at high speed.
Transport
conveyor
Heat sealing
roller
Product out
Seal and cut
Transport
conveyor
Sealing packaging
solutions
쐽 From tubes to pillows
Probably the most common type of packaging machines are the pillow type
machines used to package a whole host of
products. These machine types are known
as “pillow” because of the distinct shape of
the packaging film being formed around
the product to be packaged. There is often
a variance of 2 or 3 specific sealing points
which are then cut to individually package
the product ready for shipping. The products are fed into the machine in a number
of different ways using conveyors, hoppers,
rotating arms etc.
Various processes need to be synchronised
with this application as it requires a high
level of flexibility to cater for a diverse
range of shapes and sizes.
Enterprise PC
(MES/ERP/SCADA)
Ethernet
Q Motion CPU
High performance Q CPU
Power supply
Ethernet (to Enterprise level)
A/Dconverter(filmtensioncontrol)
Digital I/O (Other I/O)
Q BUS
The inline feed of the product is synchronised with the film packaging which is fed
from the feed roller into a forming station
which forms the packaging around the
product. The package is then sealed and
cut away from the film train, resulting in a
completely packaged product ready for
boxing or other packaging processes.
(1)
Film feed roller
Heat sealing roller (vertical seal)
Seal and cut (horizontal seal)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Seal checker
Transport conveyor (IN/OUT)
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Sample application /// Semiconductor fabrication /// Sample application /// Semiconductor /// Automation solutions /// Automation solutions /// Automation solutions /// Automation
Semiconductor
fabrication
A world of
automation solutions
Robots
The exceptionally dynamic performance of
the servo motors enables faster handling, increasing the throughput of the entire system.
Wafer
Wafer deposit
Pad (polish)
As processing progresses the wafers get
thinner and their diameters simultaneously
increase, making them increasingly fragile.
The movements executed by the wafer
handling drives must thus be fast but very
smooth, without any sudden shocks or
vibrations. The positioning precision of the
axes that move the polishing pads must be
very high to prevent unnecessary stresses
on the wafers. In addition to this the polishing pads above must be perfectly synchronised with the wafer platens below to meet
the exacting specifications of the polishing
process. The servo components from
Mitsubishi Electric pass all these tests with
flying colours.
Carrier/chuck
Cleaning fluid
Wafer
Pad conditioner
Platen
World wide market
challenges with
productronic
Today electronic is an important part of our
daily life. It helps to make our life more convenient, safe and ensure the energy supply
for tomorrow. Faster smaller and cheaper
components will lead the trend of penetrating our world even more than today. In
order to do so, an enormous pressure for
extremely fast development of technology
and integration is not only the challenge
for the electronic developer but also for the
designer of the production facilities. Needless to say that such facilities can be build
only with the necessary know how and
automation components which are outstanding in performance and quality.
Systems of this kind are installed in clean
rooms, which means that the size of the
system is a key factor in the total cost of
operation (TCO). The Mitsubishi components are so compact that the switchgear
cabinet can be integrated in the machine
bed, saving valuable space. Quick and easy
wiring and an optimum price-performance
ratio are added benefits.
Chemical mechanical
polishing (CMP)
In the sample application shown above
Mitsubishi servo motors rotate the polishing pads and wafer platens, and they are
also used in the handling devices and the
axes that move the polishing pads.
Inverters
LV circuit protection
Laser machines
CNC
controllers
HMI and GOTs
EDM machines
Micro PLCs
Modular PLCs
Mitsubishi offer a wide range of automation equipment from PLCs and HMIs to CNC and EDM machines
ERP/MES
A name to trust
Ethernet
QD Motion CPU
Universal model QnUD CPU
Power supply
Since its beginnings in 1870, some
45 companies use the Mitsubishi name,
covering a spectrum of finance, commerce
and industry.
MES interface
CC-Link Master
CC-Link IE
Q06UDHCPU
Q64P
QJ71NES96
QJ61BT11N
QI60
POWER
MODE
RUN
ERR
USER
BAT
BOOT
The Mitsubishi brand name is recognized
around the world as a symbol of premium
quality.
Q BUS
PULL
PULL
USB
Mitsubishi Electric is the market leader in
the area where electronic production is
established. As one of the target markets
Mitsubishi offers as well the know how as
the products for reliable, stable and high
efficiency productronic systems.
RS-232
CC-Link IE
B
A J65BTB1-16D
A J65BTB1-16D
B RATE
SD
1
4
+24V
4
DB
3
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DG
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6
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7
8
9
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A B
PW L RUN
SD
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control
Carrier
control
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26
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Sensor s
Transfer
control
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(FG)
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controller
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Valves
Polish and cleaning control
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automation systems, and has 237 factories
and laboratories worldwide in over
121 countries.
This is why you can rely on a Mitsubishi
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as well as the best products.
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the information you require in this catalogue, there are a number of ways you can get further details on configuration and technical
issues, pricing and availability.
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CONTENTS ///
1 System Description
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Servo and motion systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Introduction to the MELSERVO series and description of the MR-J3 servo amplifiers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Overview of general MR-J3 Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Control functions and enhanced tuning technology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Servo motor and servo amplifier model designations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
1
2
2 Servo Motors
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Description of the servo motors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Servo motor specifications and matching amplifiers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Specifications and torque characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Braked motor specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
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4
3 Servo Amplifiers
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Specifications MR-J3-A/B. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Specifications MR-J3-T. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Overview of MR-J3-T Commands and Operation Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
MR-J3-A Servo Amplifier Connections with Peripheral Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
MR-J3-B Servo Amplifier Connections with Peripheral Equipment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
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4 Options And Peripheral Equipment
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Connections with peripheral equipment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Cables and Connectors for Servo amplifier (general). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Cables and Connectors for servo amplifier (type specific) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Battery, special cables and terminal blocks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Pulse generator, parameter unit and software. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Noise filters and brake resisitors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
MELSEC FX Positioning Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
MELSEC System Q Positioning Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
MELSEC System Q Motion CPUs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
5 Applications
웇 Configuration of a SSCNET III System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
웇 X-Y Table System Configurations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
6 Dimensions
웇 Servo motors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
웇 Servo amplifiers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
웇 Noise filters, brake resistors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Appendix
웇 Index. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
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Servo and Motion Systems
With both standard pulse type output
modules and SSCNET bus modules specific application needs are easily met
(SSCNET = Servo System Controller Network; optical fibre bus ) .
The servo motors and amplifiers take
Mitsubishi Motion Control to new levels
of precision with a wide range of motors
(MR-J3 series motors are fitted with
262144 pulse-per-revolution encoders)
and wide amplifier range (up to 55 kW).
All Mitsubishi servo and motion system
hardware is complimented by a range of
software packages allowing easy programming and set-up of the units.
What are the Components of a Servo System?
Servo motors
Utilising the most advanced concentrated
winding techniques and latest technology,
these brushless servo motors are among
the most compact on the market.
Mitsubishi servo motors are made to high
standards and offer a wide range of power,
speed and inertia ratings providing a
motor for all applications.
Ranging from 50 W up to 55 kW and with
special motors available (flat "pancake"
motors) the servo motors complete the
line-up of products offered by Mitsubishi
Electric.
All Mitsubishi motors are fitted with absolute encoders as standard. Therefore, an
absolute system can be created by simply
providing power to servo amplifier via a
battery. Once this has been done the super
capacitor inside the motor and the optional
back-up battery allow the servo motor
position to be constantly monitored.
400 V
HA-LP 11 kW – 55 kW*
HF-SP 500 W – 7 kW
HF-SP 500 W – 7 kW
200 V
HC-RP 1 kW – 5 kW
HF-MP 50 W – 750 W
HF-KP 50 W – 750 W
0
1 kW
5 kW
* not standard (available on request)
7 kW
10 kW
Servo amplifiers
400 V
Mitsubishi offer a wide range of servo
amplifiers to meet the demands of all types
of applications. From standard digital
pulse and analogue controlled amplifiers
through to dedicated SSCNET III bus type
amplifiers, there is a product for all
circumstances.
30 kW
Real Time Adaptive Tuning (RTAT) is a
unique Mitsubishi technology, enabling
the servo to deliver maximum dynamic
performance, even if the load keeps
changing, by automatically tuning online
(during operation) to the application.
1 kW
5 kW
40 kW
55 kW
The digital pulse and analogue units of
the MR-J3 series range from 100 W units
through to 55 kW. The SSCNET III bus type
amplifiers (type B) offer the user ease of
connectivity, via SSCNET III.
* 11–55 kW not standard (available on request)
* 11–37 kW not standard (available on request)
MR-J3-A/B/T 100 W – 37 kW*
0
10 kW
Positioning controllers
For the compact, cost effective, FX range of
PLCs, the FX2N-10PG unit provides singleaxis control with built-in positioning tables,
fast external start and an output pulse rate
of up to 1 MHz. The FX3U-20SSC-H is a
positioning module for the MR-J3-B series.
This module provides a quick and easy, but
efficient positioning control system for
standard applications.
4
20 kW
MR-J3-A/B/T 600 W – 55 kW*
200 V
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Mitsubishi Electric offers a variety of servo
and motion system products providing
solutions for applications as simple as a
single axis point-to-point positioning
system through to a fully synchronised
96 axes system.
20 kW
30 kW
For larger, more complex applications the
powerful Qn PLC range offers three QD75
Series modules (one, two and four axes).
Using SSCNET III bus systems (for MR-J3-B
fibre optical based SSCNET III is available)
significant reduction in wiring saves costs.
Thanks to the fibre optical medium of
SSCNET III all noise problems are
eliminated. All QD75 series controllers can
provide functionality such as interpolation
and speed-position operation etc..
37 kW 40 kW
55 kW
Motion Controllers
For complex applications requiring the
highest level of control and precision, the
dynamic servo technology provided by the
QH-Motion CPU is combined with the powerful processing power of the Q series PLC
CPU, creating a complete new generation of
motion controller products. This fully integrated and flexible system has the capability to control up to 96 axes using
SSCNET III, which is more than capable
for handling any motion application.
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MELSERVO MR-J3 Servo Amplifiers
L2
CN5
L1
CN6
NG
CN2L
WAR
NI
CN4
MR-J3-500A
OPEN
L3
P1
CHARGE
CN3
N
P2
P
C
D
L11
L21
U
V
MR-J3-40 A
CN4 CN2L
CHARGE
CN2
W
Features
The MR-J3 servo drive systems from
Mitsubishi Electric combine extremely
dynamic response with ultra-fast positioning. In addition the servo amplifiers are
also very simple to use, and their advanced
functionality make it possible to achieve
maximum performance very quickly,
even for users without special experience
in calibrating drive applications. The significantly improved auto-tuning function
reduces the need for the time-consuming
trial-and-error approach. In combination
with the setup software package
(MR-Configurator) the MR-J3 series can be
used to detect application mechanical critical frequencies. This enables notch filters
to be set to avoid resonant frequencies
enabling vibration- free operation.
When using amplifiers of competitors the
controller response level has to be
reduced for the entire operation range.
The MR-J3 servo amplifiers can be used for
global applications with superb operation
in the toughest environments.
앬 High-performance CPU
앬
앬
앬
앬
앬
앬
앬
앬
앬
앬
앬
앬
1
(MR-J3-T only)
Adaptive vibration supression control
function for compensation for resonance up to two resonance frequencies
Advanced vibration suppression control
for compensation of motion overshoot
Separate wiring of the control power
supply
High responsiveness
Real-Time Auto-Tuning (RTAT)
Torque control function (MR-J3-A/B)
Servo-lock anti-vibration function
RS-422/USB personal computer interface
Automatic motor recognition
Network capability
Complies with global industrial
standards
Differences Between the Three MR-J3 Servo Amplifier Series
MR-J3-A (standard type)
MR-J3-B (SSCNET III bus type)
MR-J3-T (integrated positioning type)
The MR-J3-A series is ideal for servo applications using conventional control systems.
The servo amplifiers have two analog inputs
numerous digital inputs for activating internal application functions (ie. pulse train
positioning). Using the digital pulse train
method eliminates the problems inherent
in analog control, such as offset shifts caused
by temperature fluctuations and drifting
when the system is at rest.
The MR-J3-A series can be used in torque,
speed or position control mode.
The MR-J3-B series supports connection to
Mitsubishi motion control and positioning
control systems. The drive systems are connected to these controllers via SSCNET III, a
high-speed motion control enabling high
precision synchronization and advanced
interpolation. The minimum cycle time of
just 0.44 ms increases responsiveness and
reduces tact cycle of machine due to fast
data exchange. Setting up this plug-and-play
network couldn’t be easier; you just have to
select the axis address and connect the
preconfigured bus cable, which also makes
wiring errors impossible.
The MR-J3-T series is a compact and cost
effective servo solution with integrated
positioning control functionality and
CC-Link communications capability. By
setting position and speed data by using
simple point tables in the servo amplifier,
positioning operation is possible with a
simple start signal from the positioning
controller which is input by any standard
controller.
It is possible to store up to 256 position
steps in the amplifier. The positioning
tasks can be started by simply inputting
digital signals.
앬 Plug-and-play SSCNET III network
앬 Motor brake can be controlled directly
앬 Position and speed data, etc. can be set
by the amplifier
앬 Emulated encoder outputs for connection of conventional slave drive systems
앬 Amplifier replacement is fast and simple
because data management is performed by superior controller.
앬 Automatic position detection on
power-up thanks to absolute position
detection system (multi-turn absolute
positioning is realised by optional
back-up battery).
앬 CC-Link interface can be also used for
Highlights
앬
앬
앬
앬
2 analog inputs
1 digital pulse train input
7 preset speeds
Supports three different types of pulse
train signals: standard encoder signals
(line driver or open collector); pulse and
direction; pulse train for right and left
rotation
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via CC-Link or RS422 communication
transmitting positioning data to the
amplifier without using the internal
point table. Hence centralised data
management inside of a machine
control can be realised, too.
앬 Positioning by serial communication
(RS-422) for simple applications without
fieldbus interfaces
앬 Parameter unit, MR-PRU03 (optional),
makes parameter setting and operation
monitoring easier
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CN2
CN1
CN3
CN6
CN5
OPEN
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Compliant and Safe
Fully Equipped
Special Features
1
Complies with global industrial
standards
Absolute detection as standard
Model adaptive control
SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS
Overview of MR-J3 Features
The entire product range can be used in
confidence knowing it is in conformity
with overseas industrial standards.
An EMC filter (optional) is available for
complying with European EMC directives.
Effective EMC is only ensured if the suitable filter is selected for the particular system and installed in accordance with the
Mitsubishi EMC recommendations. The
MELSERVO MR-J3 devices comply with all
important standards (CE, UL and cUL).
The MR-J3 can be easily set to absolute
system, which requires no return to home,
by merely adding a battery to the servo
amplifier and without changing the servo
motor.
As the MR-J3 operates in quick response to
commands, it offers highly responsive and
stable operation, unaffected by machine
systems.
DIN ISO 9001 /
EN 29001
Zertifikat: 09 100 4371
R
Dynamic brake function
With an integrated dynamic brake, the
servo motor can be stopped quickly in a
power failure, emergency case or when an
alarm has been triggered.
Torque
Positioning
Integrated regenerative resistor
A brake resistor is already integrated in
standard amplifiers, eliminating the need
for external optional brake resistors or
brake units.
A
Speed
B
Control signal assignment feature
(MR-J3-A)
Control signals necessary for operation
can be freely assigned to control terminals
within a predetermined range, enabling
more flexible operation.
C
R
Enhanced ability to withstand
environmental hazards
The HF-SP motor series are equipped with
IP67 as standard enhancing their ability to
withstand environmental hazards.
The HF-MP and HF-KP series meet IP65
standard protection.
Separate wiring for the control
power supply
The control power supply of the servo
amplifier is wired separately, ensuring
diagnostics and maintenance without
connecting all power connecting cables.
Personal computer interface is
standard
The MR-J3 comes with an integrated USB
interface as standard equipment, enabling
users to connect a personal computer to
the MR-J3 to perform setup diagnostics and
maintenance by MR-Configurator.
This powerful software tool contains
numerous support functions for optimising
and analysing the servo system:
앬 Software oscilloscope
앬 Machine analyser for detecting
mechanical resonance points
앬 Control signal monitoring
앬 Encoder and servo system diagnostics
앬 Versatile test functions
앬 Gain search wizard for manual tuning
and many further useful functionalities
Automatic servo motor recognition
Once the encoder cable has been connected, the servo amplifier can determine,
as soon as its power is turned ON, which
servo motor is connected.
When the servo amplifier detects a mismatch, an alarm is triggered, eliminating
the possibility of an error and the need for
setting parameters.
Encoder serial communications
The encoder uses serial communications,
so there are fewer signal wires to connect.
Real-Time Auto-Tuning (RTAT)
The servo performs automatic gain adjustments even when the load changes.
Compact and flexible
More compact servo motors
Mitsubishi servo motors keep getting
smaller:
앬 Ultra low-inertia HF-MP series
앬 Ultra low-inertia HC-RP series
(increased capacity)
앬 Low-inertia HF-KP series
앬 Medium-inertia HF-SP series
A wide variety of motors
A broad line-up of servo motors is available. Users can choose the motor series
that best suits the needs of the
application.
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Control Functions with Enhanced Tuning Technology
The powerful Auto Tuning function
automatically and periodically adjusts
all parameters of position, speed and
current controller in the background
during operation.
The controller concept is unique due to
separate control loops for compensation
of control deviations caused by distur-
Adaptive Vibration Suppression and
Mechanical Resonance Suppression
Function
bances or changing command values.
Therefore manual controller adjustment
is not required.
(Machine resonance characteristics)
Gain
Mechanical constructions often have
inherit resonance points in an upper frequency range of several hundred Hertz.
Increased control gain settings of servo
controller loops can cause to instable
operation due to generation of oscillations and vibrations.
Resonating
point
Anti-resonating
point
Frequency
Gain
(Machine resonance suppression filter characteristics)
Frequency
The automatic compensation of
mechanical resonances is realised by a
socalled Adaptive Filter II. This filter is
implemented as a notch filter, detects
resonance frequencies and reduces the
controller settings (gains) within a certain bandwith of the resonance point.
Vibration frequency
estimator
Command
Position and
speed
controller
Machine resonance
suppression filter
Motor
Torque
command
Motor position and speed
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�
Vibration suppression control OFF
(normal control)
� Motor end
Position
Position
Advanced Vibration Suppression
Advanced Vibration Suppression control
is designed to eliminate residual vibrations at the settling time during positioning operation.
The basic control method is to use a
mechanical vibration model from command model in order to generate a
motion pattern that prevent large overshoot during settling time of positioning
operation and so avoid any vibrations.
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SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS
Real-Time Auto-Tuning (RTAT) and
Model Adaptive Control
�
�
Vibration suppression control ON
� Machine end
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Servo Amplifiers Model Designation
1
P1
P
P2
C
D
P
L11
L11
V
L21
CN1
D
U
CN2
U
CN2L
CN2
V
W
CHARGE
CN4
W
MR-J3-500A
CN2
MR-J3-40 A
CN1
C
L21
CHARGE
CN3
P2
OPEN
CN5
N
CN5
L3
CN6
L2
CN3
CN3
N
P1
L.RUN
SD
RD
L.ERR
L1
WAR
NING
L3
CN6
NG
CN6
WAR
NI
CN4 CN2L
Servo Amplifiers 200 V
MR-J3-20T
CHARGE
CN4
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L2
CN5
OPEN
L1
MR-J3 - 앮 A
Series
MR-J3
Code
Compatible servo motors
HF-MP 앮
HF-KP 앮
HF-SP 앮
10
053 / 13
053 / 13
—
20
23
23
—
40
43
43
—
60
—
—
52
70
73
73
—
100
—
—
102
200
—
—
152 / 202
350
—
—
352
500
—
—
502
700
—
—
702
Code
Type
Code
Type
A
Standard
general-purpose AC servo
—
200 – 230 V AC power supply
B
SSCNET III compatible
T
CC-Link compatible built-in
positioning function
All amplifiers conform to the following standards:
CE, UL, cUL
Servo Amplifiers 400 V
MR-J3 - 앮 A 4
Series
MR-J3
8
Code
Compatible servo motors
HF-SP 앮
60
524
100
1024
200
1524 / 2024
350
3524
500
5024
700
7024
Code
Type
Code
Type
A
Standard
general-purpose AC servo
4
380 – 480 V AC power supply
B
SSCNET III compatible
T
CC-Link compatible built-in
positioning function
All amplifiers conform to the following standards:
CE, UL, cUL
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Servo Motors Model Designation
HF-KP series
HF-MP series
HC-RP series
HF-SP series
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Servo Motors 200 V
HF-KP 앮 앮 앮
Symbol
HF-MP
Motor series
Ultra-low inertia,
small capacity
Code
Rated output
[W]
Code
Rated output
[W]
Code
Rated output
[W]
05
50
5
500
20
2000
100
7
750
35
3500
HF-KP
Low inertia,
small capacity
1
2
200
10
1000
50
5000
HC-RP
Ultra-low inertia,
medium capacity
4
400
15
1500
70
7000
HF-SP
Medium inertia,
medium capacity
Code Rated speed [rpm]
Code
Electromagnetic brake
1*
1000
—
None
2*
2000
B
쏹
3
3000
All motors conform to the following standards:
CE, UL, cUL
* available on request
Example: HF-MP 05 3 B = Ultra-low inertia type with small capacity; 0.05 kW; 3000 rpm; 200 V; with electromagnetic brake
Servo Motors 400 V
HF-SP 앮 앮 4 앮
Symbol
HF-SP
HA-LP*
Motor series
Medium inertia,
medium capacity
Medium-inertia,
high capacity
* available on request
Rated output
[W]
Code
5
500
35
3500
10
1000
50
5000
15
1500
70
7000
20
2000
Code
Rated output
[W]
Code Rated speed [rpm]
2
2000
Code
4
400 V type
Code
Electromagnetic brake
—
None
B
쏹
All motors conform to the following standards:
CE, UL, cUL
Example: HF-SP 70 2 4B = Medium inertia type with medium capacity; 7 kW; 2000 rpm; 400 V; with electromagnetic brake
General note:
The above tables show the motor model name break-down. Not all combinations are possible.
Please refer to the motor specifications table on page 12ff
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Servo Motor Features and Typical Applications
Absolute high-resolution encoder as
standard equipment
SERVO MOTORS
2
Inclusion of an absolute position detection
system eliminates the need for a homing
sequence, approximate DOG and other
sensors, helping to reduce time and
enhance reliability. With these motors
high performance and safety at low speed
is ensured.
With Mitsubishi’s original absolute mode,
an absolute system can be configured
using conventional I/O even with pulsetrain control.
Overview
Model designation
Features
앬
Larger motor inertia moment makes 앬
앬
this unit well suited for machines
with fluctuating load inertia
앬
moment or machines with low
앬
rigidity such as conveyors.
Low inertia
K
Conveyors
Food preparation machinery
Printers
Small loaders and unloaders
Small robots and component
assembly devices
앬 Small X-Y tables
앬 Small press feeders
Small robots
앬
Small motor inertia moment makes 앬
앬
this unit well suited for
high-dynamic positioning
앬
operations with extra small
앬
cycle times.
Ultra low inertia
M
Application example
Inserters, mounters, bonders
Printed board hole openers
In-circuit testers
Label printers
Knitting and embroidery
machinery
앬 Ultra-small robots and robot tips
Inserters, mounters, bonders
앬
앬
Stable control is performed from
앬
low to high speeds, enabling this
unit to handle a wide range of appli- 앬
cations (e.g. direct connection to
앬
ball screw components).
앬
앬
앬
Medium inertia
S
Low inertia
R
A compact sized low-inertia
moment model with medium
capacity. Well suited for highfrequency operation.
Conveyor machinery
Specialised machinery
Robots
Loaders and unloaders
Winders and tension devices
Turrets
X-Y tables
Test devices
Winders and tension devices
앬 Roll feeders
앬 Loaders and unloaders
앬 High-frequency conveyor
machinery
Wrapping machinery
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MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC
SERVO MOTORS ASSIGNMENT ///
The possible combinations of servo amplifiers and servo motors are listed in the
table below.
Details of the braked version motors is
given on page 17. The detailed specifications of all servo motors are listed on the
following pages.
200 V Servo Motors
Rated
Rated
Servo
output
Motor series speed
motor
capacity
[r/min]
model
[kW]
HF-KP
K
3000
HF-MP
M
3000
HF-SP
S
2000
HC-RP
R
3000
Servo motor type
Voltage
Protective
structure
Amplifier pairing MR-J3
10A/B
10T
0.05
HF-KP053
쏹
0.1
HF-KP13
쏹
0.2
HF-KP23
0.4
HF-KP43
0.75
HF-KP73
0.05
HF-MP053
0.1
HF-MP13
0.2
HF-MP23
0.4
HF-MP43
0.75
HF-MP73
0.5
HF-SP52
1.0
HF-SP102
1.5
HF-SP152
2.0
HF-SP202
3.5
HF-SP352
5.0
HF-SP502
7.0
HF-SP702
1.0
HC-RP103
1.5
HC-RP153
2.0
HC-RP203
3.5
HC-RP353
5.0
HC-RP503
200 V AC
20A/B
20T
40A/B
40T
60A/B
60T
70A/B
70T
100A/B
100T
200A/B
200T
350A/B
350T
500A/B
500T
700A/B
700T
쏹
IP65
Reference
page
13
쏹
쏹
쏹
쏹
200 V AC
쏹
IP65
12
쏹
쏹
쏹
쏹
쏹
200 V AC
쏹
IP67
14
쏹
쏹
쏹
쏹
쏹
200 V AC
쏹
IP65
16
쏹
쏹
Note: Further motor types are available on request.
400 V Servo Motors
Rated
Rated
Servo
Motor series
output
speed
motor
400 V
capacity
[r/min]
model
[kW]
HF-SP
2000
S
0.5
HF-SP524
1.0
HF-SP1024
1.5
HF-SP1524
2.0
HF-SP2024
3.5
HF-SP3524
5.0
HF-SP5024
7.0
HF-SP7024
Servo motor type
Voltage
Protective
structure
Amplifier pairing MR-J3
—
—
—
60A4/B4
60T
—
100A4/B4 200A4/B4 350A4/B4 500A4/B4 700A4/B4
100T/T4 200T/T4 350T/T4 500T/T4 700T/T4
Reference
page
쏹
쏹
쏹
400 V AC
IP67
쏹
15
쏹
쏹
쏹
Note: Further motor types are available on request.
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SERVO MOTORS
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/// SERVO MOTORS SPECIFICATIONS
왎 HF-MP (B) Series Servo Motor Specifications (200 V Type)
Servo motor model
HF-MP053 (B) �
HF-MP13 (B) �
HF-MP23(B) �
HF-MP43 (B)
Servo amplifier model
MR-J3-10A/B/T
MR-J3-10A/B/T
MR-J3-20A/B/T
MR-J3-40A/B/T
Power facility capacity [kVA] �
0.3
0.3
0.5
0.9
1.3
rated output [W]
50
100
200
400
750
rated torque [Nm]
Continuous
characteristics
HF-MP73(B) �
MR-J3-70A/B/T
0.16
0.32
0.64
1.3
2.4
Maximum torque [Nm]
0.48
0.95
1.9
3.8
7.2
Rated rotation speed [rpm]
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
Maximum rotation speed [rpm]
6000
6000
6000
6000
6000
Permissible instantaneous rotation speed
6900
6900
6900
6900
6900
Power rate at continuous speed [kW/s]
13.3
31.7
46.1
111.6
95.5
Rated current [A]
1.1
0.9
1.6
2.7
5.6
Maximum current [A]
3.2
2.8
5.0
8.6
16.7
standard
0.019
0.032
0.088
0.15
0.60
with electromagnetic brake 0.025
0.039
0.12
0.18
0.70
Regeneration braking frequency [1/min]
� (a)
� (b)
1570
920
420
Recommended load/ motor inertia ratio
Less than 30 times the servo motors inertia moment �
Moment of inertia
J [×10-4 kg m2] �
Speed/ position detector
18-bit encoder (resolution per encoder/servo motor rotation: 262144 p/rev.
Structure
Totally enclosed, non-ventilated (protection rating: IP65) �
ambient temperature
Operation: 0 – 40 °C (no freezing); Storage: -15 – 70 °C (no freezing)
ambient humidity
Operation: 80 % RH max. (no condensation); Storage: 90 % RH max. (no condensation)
atmosphere
Indoors (no direct sunlight); no corrosive gas, no inflammable gas, no oil mist, no dust
elevation/ vibration �
1000 m or less above sea level; X: 49 m/s², Y: 49 m/s²
Weight [kg]
standard motor �
0.35
Order information
(without brake)
Environment
Art. no. 161515
0.56
0.94
1.5
2.9
161516
161517
161518
161519
� The power facility capacity varies depending on the power supply’s impedance.
� The regenerative braking frequency shown is the permissible frequency for decelerating a stand-alone motor from rated rpm to a stop. When under load, however, the value becomes the table value divided by
(m+1) where m is the load inertia moment divided by the motor inertia moment. When the rated rpm is exceeded, the regenerative brake frequency is inversely proportional to the square of (operating
speed/rated speed). When the operating speed varies frequently or when regeneration is constant (as with vertical feeds), find the regeneration heat generated (W) while operating. The heat should not exceed
the tolerable regenerative power (W). Refer to the section "OPTIONS AND PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT" in this catalog for details on the tolerable regenerative power (W). Optimal regenerative resistor varies for
each system. Select the most suitable regenerative resistor by using the capacity selection software.
(a)/(b) When a motor decelerates to a stop from the rated speed, the regenerative frequency will not be limited if the effective torque is within the rated torque range. When a motor decelerates to a stop from
the maximum speed, the regenerative frequency will not be limited if the load inertia moment is (a) 26-fold (b) 15-fold or less and the effective torque is within the rated torque range.
� Please contact Mitsubishi if the load/motor of inertia moment ratio exceeds the value in the table
� The shaft-through portion is excluded.
� The vibration direction is shown in the right side diagram. The numeric value indicates the maximum value of the component (commonly the bracket on the antiload side).
Fretting of the bearing occurs easily when the motor stops, so please maintain vibration to approximately one-half the allowable value.
X
� For servo motors with electromagnetic brake please refer to page 17.
Y
HF-MP Series Servo Motor Torque Characteristics
HF-MP053 (B)
1.0
HF-MP13 (B)
0.4
Continuous running range
0.2
Torque [Nm]
Torque [Nm]
Peak running range
Peak running
range
0.75
0.5
0.25
2.0
Torque [Nm]
0.6
HF-MP23 (B)
Peak
running
range
1.5
1.0
0.5
Continuous running range
Continuous running range
0
1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000
0
Rotation speed [r/min]
HF-MP43 (B)
Peak
running
range
3.0
2.0
8.0
1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000
Rotation speed [r/min]
HF-MP73 (B)
Peak running
range
6.0
Notes:
1.
2.
4.0
: For 3-phase 200VAC or 1-phase 230VAC.
: For 1-phase 200VAC.
2.0
1.0
Continuous running range
0
1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000
Rotation speed [r/min]
12
0
1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000
Rotation speed [r/min]
Torque [Nm]
4.0
Torque [Nm]
SERVO MOTORS
2
�
Continuous running range
0
1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000
Rotation speed [r/min]
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC
SERVO MOTORS SPECIFICATIONS ///
왎 HF-KP (B) Series Servo Motor Specifications (200 V Type)
HF-KP053 (B) �
HF-KP13 (B) �
HF-KP23(B) �
HF-KP43 (B) �
HF-KP73(B) �
Servo amplifier model
MR-J3-10A/B/T
MR-J3-10A/B/T
MR-J3-20A/B/T
MR-J3-40A/B/T
MR-J3-70A/B/T
Power facility capacity [kVA] �
0.3
0.3
0.5
0.9
1.3
rated output [W]
50
100
200
400
750
rated torque [Nm]
Continuous
characteristics
0.16
0.32
0.64
1.3
2.4
Maximum torque [Nm]
0.48
0.95
1.9
3.8
7.2
Rated rotation speed [rpm]
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
Maximum rotation speed [rpm]
6000
6000
6000
6000
6000
Permissible instantaneous rotation speed
6900
6900
6900
6900
6900
Power rate at continuous speed [kW/s]
4.87
11.5
16.9
38.6
39.9
Rated current [A]
0.9
0.8
1.4
2.7
5.2
Maximum current [A]
2.7
2.4
4.2
8.1
15.6
0.052
0.088
0.24
0.42
1.43
with electromagnetic brake 0.054
0.090
0.31
0.50
1.63
standard
Moment of inertia
J [×10-4 kg m2] �
Regeneration braking frequency [1/min]
� (a)
� (b)
448
249
140
Recommended load/ motor inertia ratio �
15
15
24
22
15
Speed/ position detector
18-bit encoder (resolution per encoder/servo motor rotation: 262144 p/rev.
Structure
Totally enclosed, non-ventilated (protection rating: IP65) �
ambient temperature
Operation: 0 – 40 °C (no freezing); Storage: -15 – 70 °C (no freezing)
ambient humidity
Operation: 80 % RH max. (no condensation); Storage: 90 % RH max. (no condensation)
atmosphere
Indoors (no direct sunlight); no corrosive gas, no inflammable gas, no oil mist, no dust
elevation/vibration �
1000 m or less above sea level; X: 49 m/s² , Y: 49 m/s²
Weight [kg]
standard motor �
0.35
Order information
(without brake)
Environment
Art. no. 161507
0.56
0.94
1.5
2.9
160211
161508
161509
161510
2
SERVO MOTORS
Servo motor model
� The power facility capacity varies depending on the power supply’s impedance.
� The regenerative braking frequency shown is the permissible frequency for decelerating a stand-alone motor from rated rpm to a stop. When under load, however, the value becomes the table value divided by
(m+1) where m is the load inertia moment divided by the motor inertia moment. When the rated rpm is exceeded, the regenerative brake frequency is inversely proportional to the square of (operating
speed/rated speed). When the operating speed varies frequently or when regeneration is constant (as with vertical feeds), find the regeneration heat generated (W) while operating. The heat should not exceed
the tolerable regenerative power (W). Refer to the section "OPTIONS AND PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT" in this catalog for details on the tolerable regenerative power (W). Optimal regenerative resistor varies for
each system. Select the most suitable regenerative resistor by using the capacity selection software.
(a)/(b) When a motor decelerates to a stop from the rated speed, the regenerative frequency will not be limited if the effective torque is within the rated torque range. When a motor decelerates to a stop from
the maximum speed, the regenerative frequency will not be limited if the load inertia moment is (a) 26-fold (b) 15-fold or less and the effective torque is within the rated torque range.
� Please contact Mitsubishi if the load/motor of inertia moment ratio exceeds the value in the table
� The shaft-through portion is excluded.
� The vibration direction is shown in the right side diagram. The numeric value indicates the maximum value of the component (commonly the bracket on the antiload side).
Fretting of the bearing occurs easily when the motor stops, so please maintain vibration to approximately one-half the allowable value.
X
� For servo motors with electromagnetic brake please refer to page 17.
Y
HF-KP Series Servo Motor Torque Characteristics
0.6
HF-KP053 (B)
1.0
HF-KP13 (B)
HF-KP23 (B)
2.0
0.75
Torque [Nm]
0.2
Torque [Nm]
Torque [Nm]
Peak running range
Peak running range
0.4
0.5
0.25
0.5
1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000
0
Rotation speed [r/min]
4.0
1.0
Continuous running range
Continuous running range
0
Peak running
range
1.5
Continuous running range
1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000
0
Rotation speed [r/min]
HF-KP43 (B)
8.0
1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000
Rotation speed [r/min]
HF-KP73 (B)
3.0
Torque [Nm]
Torque [Nm]
Peak running range
2.0
Peak running range
6.0
Notes:
1.
2.
4.0
: For 3-phase 200VAC or 1-phase 230VAC.
: For 1-phase 200VAC.
2.0
1.0
Continuous running range
0
1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000
Rotation speed [r/min]
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0
1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000
Rotation speed [r/min]
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/// SERVO MOTORS SPECIFICATIONS
왎 HF-SP Series Servo Motor Specifications (200 V Type)
HF-SP52 (B) �
Servo amplifier model
MR-J3-60A/B/T
HF-SP102 (B) �
MR-J3-100A/B/T
Power facility capacity [kVA] �
rated output [W]
Continuous
characteristics
rated torque [Nm]
1.0
1.7
2.5
3.5
5.5
7.5
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
3.5
5.0
7.0
2.39
4.77
7.16
9.55
16.7
23.9
33.4
Servo motor model
HF-SP202 (B) �
MR-J3-200A/B/T
HF-SP352 (B) �
MR-J3-350A/B/T
HF-SP502 (B) �
MR-J3-500A/B/T
HF-SP702 (B) �
MR-J3-700A/B/T
10
Maximum torque [Nm]
7.16
14.3
21.5
28.6
50.1
71.6
100
Rated rotation speed [rpm]
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
Maximum rotation speed [rpm]
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
Permissible instantaneous rotation speed
3450
3450
3450
3450
3450
3450
3450
Power rate at continuous speed [kW/s]
9.34
19.2
28.8
23.8
37.2
58.8
72.5
Rated current [A]
2.9
5.3
8.0
10
16
24
33
Maximum current [A]
8.7
15.9
24
30
48
72
99
standard
6.1
11.9
17.8
38.3
75.0
97.0
154
with electromagnetic brake
8.3
14.0
20.0
47.9
84.7
107
164
Regeneration braking frequency [1/min]
60
62
152
71
33
37
31
Recommended load/ motor inertia ratio
Less than 15 times the servo motors inertia moment �
Moment of inertia
J [×10-4 kg m2] �
Speed/ position detector
18-bit encoder (resolution per encoder/servo motor rotation: 262144 p/rev.
Structure
Totally enclosed, non-ventilated (protection rating: IP67) �
Environment
ambient temperature
Operation: 0 – 40 °C (no freezing); Storage: -15 – 70 °C (no freezing)
ambient humidity
Operation: 80 % RH max. (no condensation); Storage: 90 % RH max. (no condensation)
atmosphere
Indoors (no direct sunlight); no corrosive gas, no inflammable gas, no oil mist, no dust
elevation/vibration �
1000 m or less above sea level;
X: 24.5 m/s², Y: 24.5 m/s²
6.5
4.8
standard motor �
Weight [kg]
Order information
(without brake) Art. no. 161525
161526
1000 m or less above sea level;
X: 24.5 m/s², Y: 49 m/s²
1000 m or less above sea level;
X: 24.5 m/s², Y: 29.4 m/s²
8.3
12
19
22
32
161527
161528
161529
161530
161531
� The power facility capacity varies depending on the power supply’s impedance.
� The regenerative braking frequency shown is the permissible frequency for decelerating a stand-alone motor from rated rpm to a stop. When under load, however, the value becomes the table value divided by
(m+1) where m is the load inertia moment divided by the motor inertia moment. When the rated rpm is exceeded, the regenerative brake frequency is inversely proportional to the square of (operating
speed/rated speed). When the operating speed varies frequently or when regeneration is constant (as with vertical feeds), find the regeneration heat generated (W) while operating. The heat should not exceed
the tolerable regenerative power (W). Refer to the section "OPTIONS AND PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT" in this catalog for details on the tolerable regenerative power (W). Optimal regenerative resistor varies for
each system. Select the most suitable regenerative resistor by using the capacity selection software.
� Please contact Mitsubishi if the load/motor of inertia moment ratio exceeds the value in the table
� The shaft-through portion is excluded.
� The vibration direction is shown in the right side diagram. The numeric value indicates the maximum value of the component (commonly the bracket on the antiload side).
X
Fretting of the bearing occurs easily when the motor stops, so please maintain vibration to approximately one-half the allowable value.
Y
� For servo motors with electromagnetic brake please refer to page 17.
HF-SP Series Servo Motor Torque Characteristics
HF-SP52 (B)
15
9
HF-SP102 (B)
HF-SP202 (B)
HF-SP152 (B)
30
24
Peak running range
5
1000
2000
0
3000
HF-SP352 (B)
Torque [Nm]
75
Peak running
range
40
20
1000
3000
0
2000
3000
Peak running
range
10
Continuous
running range
1000
2000
0
3000
Rotation speed [r/min]
1000
2000
3000
Rotation speed [r/min]
HF-SP702 (B)
120
Peak running range
50
25
Peak running
range
80
Notes:
1.
2.
: For 3-phase 200VAC
: For 1-phase 200VAC.
40
Continuous
running range
Rotation speed [r/min]
14
2000
HF-SP502 (B)
Continuous
running range
0
1000
20
Continuous
running range
Rotation speed [r/min]
Rotation speed [r/min]
60
8
Continuous
running range
Continuous running range
0
16
Torque [Nm]
3
Peak running range
10
Torque [Nm]
6
Torque [Nm]
Torque [Nm]
Torque [Nm]
Peak running range
Torque [Nm]
SERVO MOTORS
2
HF-SP152 (B) �
MR-J3-200A/B/T
0
1000
Continuous
running range
2000
3000
Rotation speed [r/min]
0
1000
2000
3000
Rotation speed [r/min]
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC
SERVO MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS ///
왎 HF-SP Series Servo Motor Specifications (400 V Type)
Servo amplifier model
MR-J3-60A4/B4
HF-SP1024 (B) �
MR-J3-100A4/B4
HF-SP1524 (B) �
MR-J3-200A4/B4
HF-SP2024 (B) �
MR-J3-200A4/B4
HF-SP3524 (B) �
MR-J3-350A4/B4
HF-SP5024 (B) �
MR-J3-500A4/B4
HF-SP7024 (B) �
MR-J3-700A4/B4
Power facility capacity [kVA] �
rated output [W]
Continuous
characteristics
rated torque [Nm]
1.0
1.7
2.5
3.5
5.5
7.5
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
3.5
5.0
10
7.0
2.39
4.77
7.16
9.55
16.7
23.9
33.4
Maximum torque [Nm]
7.16
14.3
21.5
28.6
50.1
71.6
100
Rated rotation speed [rpm]
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
Maximum rotation speed [rpm]
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
Permissible instantaneous rotation speed
3450
3450
3450
3450
3450
3450
3450
Power rate at continuous speed [kW/s]
9.34
19.2
28.8
23.8
37.2
58.8
72.5
Rated current [A]
1.5
2.9
4.1
5
8.4
12
16
Maximum current [A]
4.5
8.7
12
15
25
36
48
standard
6.1
11.9
17.8
38.3
75.0
97.0
154
with electromagnetic brake
8.3
14.0
20.0
47.9
84.7
107
164
Regeneration braking frequency [1/min]
90
46
154
72
37
34
28
Recommended load/ motor inertia ratio
Less than 15 times the servo motors inertia moment �
Moment of inertia
J [×10-4 kg m2] �
Speed/ position detector
18-bit encoder (resolution per encoder/servo motor rotation: 262144 p/rev.
Structure
Totally enclosed, non-ventilated (protection rating: IP67) �
Environment
ambient temperature
Operation: 0 – 40 °C (no freezing); Storage: -15 – 70 °C (no freezing)
ambient humidity
Operation: 80 % RH max. (no condensation); Storage: 90 % RH max. (no condensation)
atmosphere
Indoors (no direct sunlight); no corrosive gas, no inflammable gas, no oil mist, no dust
elevation/vibration �
1000 m or less above sea level;
X: 24.5 m/s², Y: 24.5 m/s²
6.7
4.8
standard motor �
Weight [kg]
Order information
(without brake) Art. no. 192042
192043
1000 m or less above sea level;
X: 24.5 m/s², Y: 49 m/s²
1000 m or less above sea level;
X: 24.5 m/s², Y: 29.4 m/s²
8.5
13
19
22
32
192054
192055
192056
192057
192058
2
SERVO MOTORS
HF-SP524 (B) �
Servo motor model
� The power facility capacity varies depending on the power supply’s impedance.
� The regenerative braking frequency shown is the permissible frequency for decelerating a stand-alone motor from rated rpm to a stop. When under load, however, the value becomes the table value divided by
(m+1) where m is the load inertia moment divided by the motor inertia moment. When the rated rpm is exceeded, the regenerative brake frequency is inversely proportional to the square of (operating
speed/rated speed). When the operating speed varies frequently or when regeneration is constant (as with vertical feeds), find the regeneration heat generated (W) while operating. The heat should not exceed
the tolerable regenerative power (W). Refer to the section "OPTIONS AND PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT" in this catalog for details on the tolerable regenerative power (W). Optimal regenerative resistor varies for
each system. Select the most suitable regenerative resistor by using the capacity selection software.
� Please contact Mitsubishi if the load/motor of inertia moment ratio exceeds the value in the table
� The shaft-through portion is excluded.
� The vibration direction is shown in the right side diagram. The numeric value indicates the maximum value of the component (commonly the bracket on the antiload side).
X
Fretting of the bearing occurs easily when the motor stops, so please maintain vibration to approximately one-half the allowable value.
Y
� For servo motors with electromagnetic brake please refer to page 17.
HF-SP Series Servo Motor Torque Characteristics
HF-SP524 (B)
15
9
HF-SP1024 (B)
HF-SP1524 (B)
HF-SP2024 (B)
30
24
Peak running range
5
1000
2000
0
3000
HF-SP3524 (B)
2000
3000
0
Peak running range
50
25
1000
2000
3000
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC
0
3000
Peak running
range
80
Continuous
running range
Rotation speed [r/min]
2000
1000
2000
3000
Rotation speed [r/min]
Notes:
1.
2.
: For 3-phase 400VAC
: For 3-phase 380VAC.
40
Continuous
running range
0
1000
120
Torque [Nm]
Torque [Nm]
20
Continuous
running range
HF-SP7024 (B)
75
Peak running
range
Peak running
range
10
Rotation speed [r/min]
HF-SP5024 (B)
60
Torque [Nm]
1000
20
Continuous
running range
Rotation speed [r/min]
Rotation speed [r/min]
40
8
Continuous
running range
Continuous running range
0
16
Torque [Nm]
3
Peak running range
10
Torque [Nm]
Torque [Nm]
Torque [Nm]
Peak running range
6
0
1000
Continuous
running range
2000
3000
Rotation speed [r/min]
0
1000
2000
3000
Rotation speed [r/min]
15
/// SERVO MOTORS SPECIFICATIONS
왎 HC-RP Series Servo Motor Specifications (200 V Type)
Servo motor model
HC-RP103 (B) �
HC-RP153 (B) �
HC-RP203 (B) �
HC-RP353 (B) �
HC-RP503 (B) �
Servo amplifier model
MR-J3-200A/B/T
MR-J3-200A/B/T
MR-J3-350A/B/T
MR-J3-500A/B/T
MR-J3-500A/B/T
Power facility capacity [kVA] �
1.7
2.5
3.5
5.5
7.5
rated output [kW]
1
1.5
2
3.5
5.0
rated torque [Nm]
3.18
4.78
6.37
11.1
15.9
7.95
11.9
15.9
27.9
39.7
Rated rotation speed [rpm]
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
Maximum rotation speed [rpm]
4500
4500
4500
4500
4500
Permissible instantaneous rotation speed
5175
5175
5175
5175
5175
Power rate at continuous speed [kW/s]
67.4
120
176
150
211
Rated current [A]
6.1
8.8
14
23
28
Continuous characteristics
Maximum torque [Nm]
18
23
37
58
70
1090
860
710
174
125
Moment of inertia J [×10-4 kg m2] �
1.5
1.9
2.3
8.3
12
Recommended load/ motor inertia ratio
Less than 5 times the servo motors inertia moment �
Maximum current [A]
Regeneration braking frequency [1/min]
�
Speed/ position detector
Resolution per encoder/servo motor rotation: 262144 p/rev (18-bit)
Structure
Totally enclosed, non-ventilated (protection degree: IP65) �
Environment
ambient temperature
Operation: 0 – 40 °C (no freezing); Storage: -15 – 70 °C (no freezing)
ambient humidity
Operation: 80 % RH max. (no condensation); Storage: 90 % RH max. (no condensation)
atmosphere
Indoors (no direct sunlight); no corrosive gas, no inflammable gas, no oil mist, no dust
elevation/ vibration �
Weight [kg]
standard motor �
Order information
(without brake)
�
1000 m or less above sea level; X: 24.5 m/s², Y: 24.5 m/s²
3.9
Art. no. 168667
5.0
6.2
12
17
168668
168669
168670
168671
� The power facility capacity varies depending on the power supply’s impedance.
� The regenerative braking frequency shown is the permissible frequency for decelerating a stand-alone motor from rated rpm to a stop. When under load, however, the value becomes the table value divided by
(m+1) where m is the load inertia moment divided by the motor inertia moment. When the rated rpm is exceeded, the regenerative brake frequency is inversely proportional to the square of (operating
speed/rated speed). When the operating speed varies frequently or when regeneration is constant (as with vertical feeds), find the regeneration heat generated (W) while operating. The heat should not exceed
the tolerable regenerative power (W). Refer to the section "OPTIONS AND PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT" in this catalog for details on the tolerable regenerative power (W). Optimal regenerative resistor varies for
each system. Select the most suitable regenerative resistor by using the capacity selection software.
� Please contact Mitsubishi if the load/motor of inertia moment ratio exceeds the value in the table
� The shaft-through portion is excluded.
� The vibration direction is shown in the right side diagram. The numeric value indicates the maximum value of the component (commonly the bracket on the antiload side).
X
Fretting of the bearing occurs easily when the motor stops, so please maintain vibration to approximately one-half the allowable value.
Y
� For servo motors with electromagnetic brake please refer to page 17.
HC-RP Series Servo Motor Torque Characteristics
15
Peak running range
6
3
10
0
1000 2000 3000 4000 4500
HC-RP353 (B)
Peak running range
10
45
1000 2000 3000 4000 4500
Rotation speed [r/min]
16
HC-RP203 (B)
Peak running range
12
6
Continuous running range
0
1000 2000 3000 4000 4500
Rotation speed [r/min]
HC-RP503 (B)
Peak running range
30
15
Continuous running range
Continuous running range
0
1000 2000 3000 4000 4500
Rotation speed [r/min]
Torque [Nm]
20
18
Continuous running range
Rotation speed [r/min]
30
Peak running range
5
Continuous running range
0
HC-RP153 (B)
Torque [Nm]
HC-RP103 (B)
Torque [Nm]
Torque [Nm]
9
Torque [Nm]
SERVO MOTORS
2
0
1000 2000 3000 4000 4500
Rotation speed [r/min]
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BRAKED MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS ///
왎 Braked Motor Specifications
For applications requiring the motor shaft
to be held in position (e.g. vertical lift
applications), all offered motors are
available with an electromagnetic brake.
The wide variety of servo motors allows
the user to choose a motor suits best
according to the task.
Motor model
(200 V)
HF-MP
Type
Spring-loaded safety brake
Spring-loaded safety brake
Spring-loaded safety brake
Rated voltage
24 V DC
24 V DC
24 V DC
Static friction torque [Nm]
0.32 0.32
1.3
1.3
2.4
0.32 0.32
1.3
1.3
2.4
Rated current at 20 °C [A]
0.26 0.26
0.33
0.33
0.42
0.26 0.26
0.33
0.33
Coil resistance at 20 °C [W]
91
91
73
73
57
91
91
73
Power consumption at 20 °C [W]
6.3
6.3
7.9
7.9
10
6.3
6.3
7.9
Moment of inertia J [10-4 kg m2] �
0.022 0.032 0.136 0.191 0.725 0.056 0.087 0.47
Permissible per revolution [Nm]
braking
per hour [Nm]
volume
5.6
5.6
22
22
64
5.6
5.6
56
56
220
220
640
56
4
15
15
32
4
1.6
2.1
4.0
0.75 0.86
HF-KP
053B 13B
Brake life [h] �
20000
Brake volume per brake action [Nm]
4
Weight [kg] �
0.75 0.89
23B
43B
73B
HF-SP
053B 13B
23B
43B
73B
52B
HC-RP
102B 152B 202B 352B 502B 702B 103B 153B 203B 353B 503B
Spring-loaded safety brake
24 V DC
8.5
8.5
8.5
44
44
44
44
7
7
7
23
23
0.42
0.8
0.8
0.8
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.4
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.96
0.96
73
57
29
29
29
16.8
16.8
16.8
16.8
30
30
30
25
25
7.9
10
20
20
20
34
34
34
34
19
19
19
23
23
0.72
1.635 8.6
15.7
22
52.5
92
111
170
1.85 2.25
2.65
11.8
15.5
22
22
64
400
400
400
4500 4500 4500 4500
400
400
400
400
56
220
220
640
4000 4000 4000 45000 45000 45000 45000 4000 4000 4000 4000 4000
4
15
15
32
200
200
200
1000 1000 1000 1000
200
200
200
200
200
1.6
2.1
4.0
7
9
11
18
6
7
8.3
15
21
20000
20000
400
20000
25
29
38
Art. no. 161520 161521 161522 161523 161524 160213 161511 161512 161513 161514 161532 161533 161534 161535 161536 161537 161538 168644 168645 168664 168665 168666
� Total mass of motor with electromagnetic brake
� Total moment of inertia of motor with electromagnetic brake
Motor model
(400 V)
HF-SP
Type
Spring-loaded safety brake
524B
� Brake gap cannot be adjusted.
1024B 1524B 2024B 3524B 5024B 7024B
Rated voltage
24 V DC
Static friction torque [Nm]
8.5
8.5
8.5
44
44
44
44
Rated current at 20 °C [A]
0.8
0.8
0.8
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.4
Coil resistance at 20 °C [W]
29
29
29
16.8
16.8
16.8
16.8
Power consumption at 20 °C [W]
20
20
20
34
34
34
34
Moment of inertia J [10-4 kg m2] �
8.6
15.7
22
52.5
92
111
170
Permissible per revolution [Nm]
braking
per hour [Nm]
volume
400
400
400
4500
4500
4500
4500
4000
4000
4000
45000
45000
45000
45000
Brake life [h] �
20000
Brake volume per brake action [Nm]
200
200
200
1000
1000
1000
1000
Weight [kg] �
7
9
11
18
25
29
38
Art. no. 200975 200976 200977 200978 200979 200980 200981
� Total mass of motor with electromagnetic brake
� Total moment of inertia of motor with electromagnetic brake
� Brake gap cannot be adjusted.
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/// MR-J3-A/B SERVO AMPLIFIER SPECIFICATIONS
왎 MR-J3 Servo Amplifier Specifications (200 V Type)
The MR-J3-A are general purpose
servo amplifiers with analog inputs
and pulse train interface as a standard. The range covers 100 W units
(MR-J3-10A) up to 7 kW (MR-J3-700A).
The MR-J3-B (SSCNET III bus type)
servo amplifiers are designed for use
with the Mitsubishi motion controllers of the MELSEC System Q series.
The motion controllers and servo
amplifiers can be linked via the high
speed SSCNET III network.
NG
CN6
L2
WAR
NI
CN5
OPEN
L1
L3
CN3
N
P1
P2
P
C
D
L11
L21
U
V
MR-J3-A/B servo amplifers of
increased capacity (up to 55 kW)
are availible on request only.
MR-J3-40A
CN4 CN2L
CHARGE
CN2
W
3
SERVO AMPLIFIERS
Connecting the amplifiers to
SSCNET III guarantees reliable operation and eliminates the need for complex wiring.
The range also covers 100 W units
(MR-J3-10B) up to 7 kW (MR-J3-700B).
10A
20A
40A
60A
70A
100A
200A
350A
500A
700A
10B
20B
40B
60B
70B
100B
200B
350B
500B
700B
voltage / frequency �
3-phase 200 – 230 V AC, 50 / 60 Hz; 1-phase 230 V AC, 50 / 60 Hz
3-phase 200 – 230 V AC, 50 / 60 Hz
permissible voltage fluctuation
3-phase 200 – 230 V AC: 170 – 253 V AC, 1-phase 230 V AC: 207 – 253 V AC 3-phase 170 – 253 V AC
Power supply
permissible frequency fluctuation ± 5 %
Control system
Sinusoidal PWM control / current control system
Dynamic brake
Built-in
Speed frequency response
900Hz
Overcurrent
shutdown, regeneration overvoltage shutdown, overload shutdown (electronic thermal), servomotor overheat protection, encoder fault
Protective functions
protection, regeneration fault protection, undervoltage / sudden power outage protection, overspeed protection, excess error protection.
Fan-cooling, open (IP00)
Structure
Self-cooling, open (IP00)
ambient temperature
Operation: 0 – 55 °C (no freezing), storage: -20 – 65 °C (no freezing)
ambient humidity
Operation: 90 % RH max. (no condensation), storage: 90 % RH max. (no condensation)
atmosphere
Inside control panel; no corrossive gas, no flammable gas, no oil mist, no dust
Environment
elevation
1000 m or less above sea level
oscillation
5.9 m/s² (0.6 G) max.
0.8
1.0
1.0
1.4
1.4
2.3
2.3
4.6
6.2
Weight [kg]
0.8
Dimensions (W x H x D)
40x168x135 40x168x135 40x168x170 40x168x170 60x168x185 60x168x185 90x168x195 90x168x195 130x250x200 172x300x200
Order information
Art. no. 160210
161485
161486
161487
161488
161489
161490
161491
161492
161493
A type
Art. no. 161497
161498
161499
161500
161501
161502
161503
161504
161505
161506
B type
Common specifications MR-J3-A/B
햲 Rated output capacity and rated rotation speed of the servo motor used in combination with the servo amplifier are as indicated when using the power voltage and
frequency listed. Output and speed cannot be guaranteed when the power supply voltage is less than specified.
Control specifications MR-J3-A
maximum input pulse frequency
positioning feedback pulse
command pulse multiple
Position control
mode
positioning complete width setting
excess error
torque limit input
speed control range
analog speed command input
Speed control
mode
speed fluctuation rate
Torque control
specifications
torque limit
torque command input
speed limit
Control specifications MR-J3-B (SSCNET III)
Position and speed control
Comunication speed
18
10A
20A
40A
60A
70A
100A
200A
1000 kpps (when using differential receiver), 200 kpps (when using open collector)
Resolution per encoder / servo motor rotation (262144 pulses/revolution)
Electronic gear A/B multiple; A: 1 – 1048576, B: 1 – 1048576, 1/10 < A/B < 2000
0 – ±10000 Impulse (command pulse unit)
±3 rotations (position control)
Set by parameters or external analog input (0 – + 10 V DC / maximum torque)
Analog speed command 1:2000, internal speed command 1:5000
0 – ± 10 V DC / rated speed
±0.01 % max. (load fluctuation 0 – 100 %); 0 % (power fluctuation ±10 %)
±0.2 % max. (ambient temperature 25 °C ±10 °C ), when using external analog speed command
Set by parameters or external analog input (0 – +10 V DC / maximum torque)
0 – ±8 V DC / maximum torque (input impedance 10 to 12 kW)
Set by parameters or external analog input (0 – ± 10 V DC, rated speed)
350A
500A
700A
10B
20B
SSCNET III control
50 Mbps
350B
500B
700B
40B
60B
70B
100B
200B
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MR-J3-A/B SERVO AMPLIFIER SPECIFICATIONS ///
왎 MR-J3 Servo Amplifier Specifications (400 V Type)
Mitsubishi's 400 V range of servo
amplifiers provides the same industry leading functionality as the 200 V
range.
The 400 V servo amplifiers are available over a wide range from 600 W
rating to the very powerful 55 kW
rating. Suitable for all types of automation solutions, the 400 V servo
amplifiers also provide sink/source
logic selectability.
CN4
CN2L
CN2
CN1
CN3
CN6
CN5
OPEN
For amplifiers larger than 7 kW
please contact your nearest
Mitsubishi represantative.
MR-J3-A/B servo amplifers of
increased capacity (up to 55 kW)
are availible on request only.
3
CHARGE
Common specifications MR-J3-A4/B4
Power
supply
voltage /frequency �
permissible voltage fluctuation
permissible frequency fluctuation
Control system
Dynamic brake
Speed frequency response
Protective functions
Structure
Environment
ambient temperature
ambient humidity
atmosphere
elevation
oscillation
Weight [kg]
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Order information
A type
B type
60A4
100A4
200A4
350A4
500A4
700A4
11KA4
15KA4
22KA4
60B4
100B4
200B4
350B4
500B4
700B4
11KB4
15KB4
22KB4
3-phase 380 – 480 V AC, 50 / 60 Hz �
3-phase 323 – 528 V AC, 50/60 Hz
± 5 % max.
Sinusoidal PWM control / current control system
Built-in
External option
900 Hz
Overcurrent shutdown, regeneration overvoltage shutdown, overload shutdown (electronic thermal), servomotor overheat protection, encoder fault
protection, regeneration fault protection, undervoltage / sudden power outage protection, overspeed protection, excess error protection.
Self-cooling, open (IP00)
Fan cooling
Operation: 0 – 55 °C (no freezing), storage: -20 – 65 °C (no freezing)
Operation: 90 % RH max. (no condensation), storage: 90 % RH max. (no condensation)
Inside control panel; no corrossive gas, no flammable gas, no oil mist, no dust
1000 m or less above sea level
5.9 m/s² (0.6 G) max.
1.7
2.1
4.6
4.6
6.2
18
18
19
1.7
90x168x195 90x168x195 90x168x195 130x250x200 130x250x200 180x350x200 260x400x260 260x400x260 260x400x260
Art. no. 205081
Art. no. 192036
205082
192037
205083
192038
205084
192039
205085
192040
205086
192041
on request
on request
on request
on request
on request
on request
햲 Rated output capacity and rated rotation speed of the servo motor used in combination with the servo amplifier are as indicated when using the power voltage and
frequency listed. Output and speed cannot be guaranteed when the power supply voltage is less than specified.
햳 For torque characteristics when combined with a servo motor manual.
Control specifications MR-J3-A4
maximum input pulse frequency
positioning feedback pulse
Position
command pulse multiple
control
positioning complete width setting
mode
excess error
torque limit input
speed control range
analog speed command input
Speed
control
speed fluctuation rate
mode
Torque control
specifications
torque limit
torque command input
speed limit
Control specifications MR-J3-B4 (SSCNET III)
Position and speed control
Comunication speed
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60A4
100A4
200A4
350A4
500A4
700A4
1 Mpps (when using differential receiver), 200 kpps (when using open collector)
Resolution per encoder / servo motor rotation (262144 pulses/revolution)
Electronic gear A/B multiple; A: 1 – 1048576 or 131072, B: 1 – 1048576, 1/10 < A/B < 2000
0 – ±10000 Impulse (command pulse unit)
±3 rotations (position control)
Set by parameters or external analog input (0 – + 10 V DC / maximum torque)
Analog speed command 1:2000, internal speed command 1:5000
0 – ± 10 V DC / rated speed
±0.01 % max. (load fluctuation 0 – 100 %); 0 % (power fluctuation ±10 %)
±0.2 % max. (ambient temperature 25 °C ±10 °C ), when using external analog speed command
Set by parameters or external analog input (0 – +10 V DC / maximum torque)
0 – ±8 V DC / maximum torque (input impedance 10 to 12 kW)
Set by parameters or external analog input (0 – +10 V DC, rated speed)
11KA4
15KA4
22KA4
60B4
100B4
SSCNET III control
50 Mbps
11KB4
15KB4
22KB4
200B4
350B4
500B4
700B4
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MR-J3-500A
/// MR-J3-T SERVO AMPLIFIER SPECIFICATIONS
왎 MR-J3-T Servo Amplifier Specifications
L1
WAR
N
ING
L2
L3
The MR-J3-T servo amplifiers are a further
development of MR-J3-A. In addition to
the features of the MELSERVO series these
amplifiers have an integrated positioning
controller for one axis.
Point to point positioning operation can
be performed just by setting position data
(target positions), servo motor speeds, and
acceleration/deceleration time constant,
etc. in the point tables as if setting them in
parameters. An additional highlight of the
servo amplifier MR-J3-T is the ”turret function”. Main focus of this function is positioning on different stations, which are equally
placed on a circle.
Typical applications are:
앬 Tool changer
앬 Rotary table systems
L.RUN
SD
RD
L.ERR
CN5
N
CN3
P1
P2
P
CN1
C
D
L11
L21
U
3
SERVO AMPLIFIERS
CN6
V
W
CN4
CN2
CHARGE
MR-J3-20T
MR-J3-T (200 V type)
voltage/frequency �
Main circuit
perm. voltage fluctuation
power supply
perm. frequency fluctuation
voltage/frequency
Control circuit perm. voltage fluctuation
power supply
perm. frequency fluctuation
Regenerative brake resistor/
tolerable regenerative power [W] �
Weight [kg]
10T
20T
40T
60T
70T
3-phase 200 – 230 V AC, 50 / 60 Hz; 1-phase 230 V AC, 50 / 60 Hz
3-phase 200 – 230 V AC: 170 – 253 V AC, 1-phase 230 V AC: 207 – 253 V AC
±5%
1-phase 200 – 230 V AC, 50 / 60 Hz
1-phase 170 – 253 V AC, 50 / 60 Hz
±5%
—
10
0.8
Art. no. 190647
MR-J3-T (400 V type)
voltage/frequency �
Main circuit
perm. voltage fluctuation
power supply
perm. frequency fluctuation
voltage/frequency
Control circuit
power supply perm. voltage fluctuation
perm. frequency fluctuation
Regenerative brake resistor/
tolerable regenerative power [W] �
Weight [kg]
Art. no.
MR-J3-T General specifications
Interface power supply
Control system
Dynamic brake
Protective functions
Cooling/protection
ambient temperature �
ambient humidity
Environment atmosphere
elevation
vibration
100T
200T
350T
3-phase 200 – 230 V AC, 50 / 60 Hz
3-phase 170 – 253 V AC
500T
700T
130
170
1-phase 200 – 230 V AC, 50 / 60 Hz
10
10
0.8
1.0
1.0
1.4
1.4
2.3
2.3
4.6
6.2
190648
190649
190650
190651
190652
190653
190654
190655
190656
60T4
100T4
3-phase 380 – 480 V AC, 50 / 60 Hz
3-phase 323 – 528 V AC
±5%
1-phase 380 – 480 V AC, 50 / 60 Hz
1-phase 323 – 528 V AC, 50 / 60 Hz
±5%
20
CC-Link interface can be also used for
transmitting positioning data to the
amplifier without using the internal point
table. Hence centralised data management inside of a machine control can be
realised, too.
For simple servo application without any
fieldbus components internal point table
entries can be activated by serial RS-422
communication.
The table below provides an overview of
all the MR-J3-T servo amplifiers and their
special features.
20
100
100
200T4
350T4
500T4
700T4
100
100
130 �
170 �
15
15
1.7
212524
1.7
2.1
4.6
4.6
6.2
212525
212526
212527
212528
212529
24 V DC ± 10 % (required current capacity: 150 mA) �
Sine-wave PWM control, current control system
Built-in �
Overcurrent shut-off, regenerative overvoltage shut-off, overload shut-off (electronic thermal relay), servo motor overheat protection, encoder error protection,
regenerative brake error protection, undervoltage, instantaneous power failure protection, overspeed protection, excessive error protection
MR-J3-10T–60T; MR-J3-60T4–MR-J3-100T4: Self-cooling, open (IP00); MR-J3-70T–700T, MR-J3-200T4–700T4: Fan cooling, open (IP00)
Operation: 0 – 55 °C (no freezing), storage: -20 – 65 °C (no freezing)
Operation: 90 % RH max. (no condensation), storage: 90 % RH max. (no condensation)
Inside control panel; no corrossive gas, no flammable gas, no oil mist, no dust
1000 m or less above sea level
5.9 m/s² (0.6 G) max.
� Rated output capacity and rated rotation speed of the servo motor used in combination with the servo amplifier are as indicated when using the power voltage and frequency listed. Torque and speed cannot be
guaranteed when the power supply voltage is less than specified.
� Optimal brake resistor varies for each system. Select the most suitable regenerative resistor by using the capacity selection software.
� 150 mA is the value when all of the input/output points are used. The current capacity can be stepped down according to the number of input/output points in use.
Refer to the MR-J3 servo instruction manual for details.
� Special specification models without a dynamic brake are available on request.
� The MR-J3-350T or smaller servo amplifier can be installed closely. In this case, keep the ambient temperature within 0 to 40 °C or use the servo amplifier with 75 % or less of the effective load rate.
� The amplifier built-in resistor is compatible with the maximum torque deceleration when the motor is used within the rated speedand the recommended load/motor inertia moment ratio.
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MR-J3-T COMMANDS AND OPERATION MODES ///
왎 Overview of MR-J3-T Commands and Operation Modes
Servo amplifier model MR-J3-T
Remote register
Point table no. input
Possible with CC-Link communication, DIO command or RS-422 communication.
CC-Link communication (when 1 station occupied): 31 points;
CC-Link communication (when 2 stations occupied): 255 points;
DIO command: 255 points (extension IO unit MR-J3-D01 is required.); RS-422 communication: 255 points;
Position command input: selects from the point table;
Feed length input setting range at 1 point: ±1 [µm] to ±999.999 [mm];
Speed command input: selects speed and acceleration/deceleration time constant from the point table.
Station position
command input
Possible with CC-Link communication, DIO command or RS-422 communication.
CC-Link communication (when 1 station occupied): 31 stations;
CC-Link communication (when 2 stations occupied): 255 stations;
DIO command: 255 stations (extension IO unit MR-J3-D01 is required.);
RS-422 communication: 255 stations
Speed command input with
remote register
Possible with CC-Link communication when 2 stations occupied.
Sets speed command data (rotating speed) with the remote register.
Speed command input with
speed no. input
Selects speed and acceleration/deceleration time constant from the point table.
Point table
Point table no. input or point table data input system. Each positioning operation based on position and speed data.
Speed changing operation (2 to 255 speeds). Automatic continuous positioning operation (2 to 255 points).
Roll feed display is selectable. Clearing droop pulses with the clear (CR) signal is settable.
Rotating direction specified
Positions to the specified station. Rotating direction is settable.
Shortest rotating direction
Positions to the specified station. Shorter rotating direction from the current point is selected.
Command
control
Automatic
operation
mode
Manual
operation
mode
Manual
home
position
return
mode
CC-Link communication (Ver.1.10), DIO command (extension IO unit MR-J3-D01 is required), or RS-422 communication
Possible with CC-Link communication when 2 stations are occupied.
Position command input: position command data is set with the remote register;
Feed length input setting range at 1 point: ±1 [µm] to ±999.999 [mm];
Speed command input: speed command data (rotating speed) is set with the remote register.
JOG operation
Inches upon contact input, CC-Link communication or RS-422 communication based on speed data set by a parameter
Index JOG operation
Rotates in a direction specified by rotating direction evaluation when the start signal (ST1) turns ON.
Positions to a nearest station where deceleration to a stop is possible when the start signal (ST1) turns OFF.
Manual pulse generator
Manual feed with the manual pulse generator. Command pulse multiplication: 1, 10, 100 is selectable with parameter
DOG type
Home position return is made starting with Z-phase pulse after passage of proximity dog. Home position address may be set.
Direction for return to home position selectable. Home position shift amount and home position address settable.
Automatic retreat on dog back to home position and automatic stroke retreat function.
Count type
Home position return is made by counting encoder pulses after contact with proximity dog.
Direction for return to home position selectable. Home position shift amount and home position address settable.
Automatic retreat on dog back to home position and automatic stroke retreat function.
Data setting type
Returns to home position without dog. Sets any position as home position using manual operation, etc.
Home position address settable.
Stopper type
Returns to home position upon hitting end of stroke.
Direction for return to home position selectable. Home position address settable.
Home position ignorance
Position where servo-on (SON) is switched on is defined as home position. Home position address may be set.
Dog type rear end reference
Home position return is made with respect to the rear end of a proximity dog.
Home position address may be set. Home position shift value may be set.
Home position return direction may be set. Automatic at-dog home position return, Automatic stroke return function
Count type front end reference
Home position return is made with respect to the front end of a proximity dog.
Home position address may be set. Home position shift value may be set.
Home position return direction may be set. Automatic at-dog home position return, Automatic stroke return function
Dog cradle type
Home position return is made with respect to the front end of a proximity dog by the first Z-phase pulse. Home position address may be set.
Home position shift value may be set. Home position return direction may be set.
Automatic at-dog home position return, Automatic stroke return function
Dog type adjacent
Z-phase reference
Returns to home position upon the Z-phase pulse right before a near-point dog with respect to the front end of a near-point dog.
Direction for return to home position selectable. Home position shift amount and home position address settable.
Automatic retreat on dog back to home position and automatic stroke retreat function.
Dog type front end reference
Returns to home position to the front end of a point dog with respect to the front end of a near-point dog. Direction for return to home position selectable.
Home position shift amount and home position address settable.
Automatic retreat on dog back to home position and automatic stroke retreat function.
Dog less Z-phase reference
Returns to home position to the first Z-phase pulse with respect to the first Z-phase pulse.
Direction for return to home position selectable.
Home position shift amount and home position address settable
Dog type torque limit
Returns to home position upon Z-phase pulse count after passing through near-point dog. Direction for return to home position selectable.
Home position shift amount and home position address settable.
Automatic retreat on dog back to home position and automatic stroke retreat function. Torque limit settable.
Data set type torque limit
Returns to home position without dog. Sets any position as home position by manual movement. Home position address and torque limit settable.
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SERVO AMPLIFIERS
Command interface
Automatic positioning to home High-speed automatic positioning to a defined home position
position function
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/// MR-J3-A SERVO AMPLIFIER PERIPHERALS
왎 MR-J3-A Servo Amplifier Connections with Peripheral Equipment
A complete overview with detailed specifications on all cables and accessories can
be found in the next chapter.
� Power supply
Display panel (behind the cover)
USB communication via CN5
Displays monitoring data, parameters and alarms.
Monitoring, batch parameter entry and saving, graph
display and test operation can be performed with
MR-Configurator (setup software) when connecting
to user’s personal computer. Optional USB cable
(MR-J3USBCBL3M) is necessary.
Setting section (behind the cover)
Parameter settings and monitoring etc. can be executed with push buttons.
SERVO AMPLIFIERS
3
Servo amplifier
MR-J3-A
Analog monitor output via CN6
The speed or torque’s analog signal is output
(2 channel).
L2
WAR
NI
NG
N5
CN6
L1
CN5
OPEN
RS232 communication via CN3
A GOT operator panel can be connected. (Note �)
L3
Power factor improvement
reactor FR-BEL (optional)
CN3
N
P1
P2
P
C
L11
L21
CN1
D
U
Junction terminal block (option)
V
All signals can be received easily at this terminal block
without connecting the signals to CN1.
� Charge
lamp
MR-J3-40 A
CN2
W
CHARGE
CN4 CN2L
� Optional
regeneration
unit can
be con
nected
here
Positioning controllers
MR-J3-A can be connected to a Mitsubishi controller or
any pulse train output controller.
Encoder cable (option)
QD70P8
RUN
ERR.
AX1
AX2
AX3
AX4
AX5
AX6
AX7
AX8
CON2
Servo motor
CON1
FX 2N -1PG
Battery (option)
POWER
S
T
O D P
P O G
G O
F R C E
P P L R
R R
The battery (MR-J3BAT) is required when the servo
system is in absolute mode. Not required when the
servo system is in incremental mode.
FX2N-첸PG
QD75첸
Control signal (for operation panel)
� Power supply
� Regeneration unit (option)
3~, 200–230 V AC
1~, 230 V AC for servo drives £ 750 W
3~, 400 V AC for servo drives ³ 600 W (A4)
This unit can be installed in situations
involving frequent regeneration and large
load inertia moments. For more details
refer to the MR-J3-A users manual.
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Connected to the programmable controllers I/O port like
FX1S, FX1N, FX2N, FX3U or the machine's operation panel.
� Charge lamp
� RS422 Communication
Lights up when the main power supply is
on. Power lines should not be plugged
or unplugged when this lamp is on.
A personal computer can be connected
using a RS-422/RS-232C converter and a
conversion cable.
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MR-J3-B SERVO AMPLIFIER PERIPHERALS ///
왎 MR-J3-B Servo Amplifier Connections with Peripheral Equipment
right away. Through its SSCNET III-compatible simple connections (optical fibre
bus, 50 Mbps ), the MR-J3-B series reduce
wiring time and chances of wiring errors.
Connectors,
cables, options, and other necessary
equipment are available so that users can
set up MR-J3-B easily and begin using it
A complete overview with detailed specifications on all cables and accessories can
be found in the next chapter.
MELSEC FX: e.g. FX3U-SSC-H
MELSEC System Q: e.g. QD75MH
QD70P8
RUN
ERR.
AX5
AX6
AX7
AX8
CON2
3
AX1
AX2
AX3
AX4
CON1
Display panel (behind the cover)
Personal
Computer
with
MR-Configurator
Servo amplifier
MR-J3-B
SERVO AMPLIFIERS
Q172HCPU (for max. 8 axis control)
Q173HCPU (for max. 32 axis control)
Displays servo-amp status and alarm numbers.
Axis setting section
Selects an axis using the integrated axis selection
rotary switch (SW1)
SSCNET III
CN1A for connecting SSCNET III (previous)
L1
CN5
The previous amplifier is connected here.
L2
L3
U
V
CNP3 connector
SSCNET III
Charge
lamp
MR- J3- 40 B
D
SSCNET III
U
V
MR- J 3 - 4 0 B
D
CN5
L21
U
V
W
W
CHARGE
P
C
L11
L21
CN4 CN2L CN2
For motor power supply
P
C
L11
W
CHARGE
N
P2
P2
CN1B
For control circuit power supply
L3
P1
CN3
P1
L2
NG
CN1A
N
L21
W ARNI
L3
CN1B
L11
L1
L2
NG
CN3
D
CN1A
CNP2 connector
W ARNI
CHARGE
Connector
CN2
MR- J 3 - 4 0 B
CN4 CN2L CN2
L1
P
C
CN5
P2
CN1A
For main circuit power supply
CN1B
N
P1
CN4 CN2L CN2
I NG
CNP1 connector
CN3
W ARN
Connector
CN2
Servo motor
Battery (option)
CN3 for input/output signal
CN1B for connecting SSCNET III (next)
This option is required for using the forced stop
input, in-position, magnetic brake interlock or
malfunction signal.
The next amplifier is connected here.
The battery (MR-J3BAT) is required when the
servo system is in absolute mode. Not required
when the servo system is in incremental mode.
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/// CABLES AND CONNECTORS
왎 Cables and Connectors for MR-J3-A Servo Amplifiers
Servo amplifier
Positioning
unit
27
26
HMI
operation
panel
30
6
28
MR-Configurator
(setup software)
29
10BASE-T cable or
compatible cable
Refer to next page
for motor power
supply cable and
encoder cable
OPTIONS AND PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT
4
Refer to next page
for motor power
supply cable and
encoder cable
왎 Cables and Connectors for MR-J3-B Servo Amplifiers
Controller
Q172HCPU
Q173HCPU
QD75MH
FX3U-20SSC-H
Q173CPU
Servo amplifier
Servo amplifier
26
32 33 34
MODE
RUN
ERR.
M.RUN
BAT.
BOOT
FRONT
SSCNET
MR-Configurator
(setup software)
31
CN2
CN1
PULL
USB
32 33 34
RS-232
Refer to next page
for motor power
supply cable and
encoder cable
Cap for unused
connectors
Refer to next page
for motor power
supply cable and
encoder cable
왎 Cables and Connectors for MR-J3-T Servo Amplifiers
Servo amplifier
Servo amplifier
PLC
CC-Link
master
unit
CNP1
CN5
CNP1
CN3
CNP2
CNP3
CN1
10BASE-T cable or
compatible cable
CN6
35
CN2
Refer to next page
for motor power
supply cable and
encoder cable
24
CN5
CN3
MR-Configurator
(setup software)
CNP2
CNP3
CN1
CN6
CN2
Refer to next page
for motor power
supply cable and
encoder cable
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CABLES AND CONNECTORS ///
왎 Cables and Connectors for Servo Motors
For HF-KP/HF-MP servo motor series: encoder cable lenght £ 10 m
Cables leading in the direction of the motor shaft
Cables leading in the opposite direction of the motor shaft
To CNP3
Motor power supply cable
Motor power supply cable
To CN2
Motor brake cable
Motor brake cable
Battery connection relay cable
Encoder cable
Encoder cable
Servo
motor
Servo
motor
For HF-KP/HF-MP servo motor series: encoder cable lenght > 10 m
Cables leading in the direction of the motor shaft
4
Cables leading in the opposite direction of the motor shaft
To CNP3
OPTIONS AND PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT
Motor power supply cable
To CN2
Motor brake cable
Encoder cable
Battery connection relay cable
Servo
motor
Servo
motor
For HF-SP servo motor series
To CNP3 (200 V types £3.5 kW; 400 V types £2 kW),
To TE1 (200 V types 5–7 kW400 V types 3.5–7 kW)
Motor power
supply connector
Cable self-manufactured
To CN2
Motor brake connector
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Cable self-manufactured
Battery connection relay cable
Encoder cable
Servo
motor
For HC-RP servo motor series
To CNP3 (200 V types £3.5 kW; 400 V types £2 kW),
To TE1 (200 V types 5–7 kW400 V types 3.5–7 kW)
Motor power
supply connector
Cable self-manufactured
To CN2
Motor brake connector
Cable self-manufactured
Battery connection relay cable
Encoder cable
Servo
motor
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/// CABLES AND CONNECTORS
왎 Cables and Connectors for Servo amplifier (general)
Item
Description
Encoder cable for
HF-KP/HF-MP series
햲
Lead out in
direction of motor shaft
Encoder connector
(Tyco Electronics AMP)
1674320-1
Model
Amplifier connector
36210-0100PL (receptacle, 3 M)
36310-3200-008 (shell kit, 3 M),
or
54599-1019 (connector set, Molex)
Encoder cable for
HF-KP/HF-MP series
햳
Lead out in opposite
direction of motor shaft
Motor-side encoder
cable for HF-KP/HF-MP
햴 series
Lead out in direction of
motor shaft
Junction connector
(Tyco Electronics AMP)
1473226-1 (with ring) (contact)
1-172169-9 (housing)
316454-1 (cable clamp)
Motor-side encoder
cable for HF-KP/HF-MP
햵 series
Lead out in opposite
direction of motor shaft
4
OPTIONS AND PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT
Encoder connector
(Tyco Electronics AMP)
1674320-1
햶
Encoder
cables
and
connector
sets for
CN2
Encoder connector
set for HC-SFS,
HC-RFS
series motors
Junction connector (Tyco Electronics AMP)
1-172161-9 (housing)
170359-1 (connector pin)
MTI-0002 (cable clamp,
TOA ELECTRIC INDUSTRIAL)
Use these in combination of 햴 or 햵.
햷
Junction connector,
amplifier connector 쐇
for HF-KP/HF-MP series
Junction connector (Tyco Electronics AMP)
1-172161-9 (housing)
170359-1 (connector pin)
MTI-0002 (cable clamp,
TOA ELECTRIC INDUSTRIAL)
햸
Encoder cable for
HF-SP/HC-RP/
HA-LP series
햹
Encoder connector set
for HF-SP/HC-RP/
HA-LP series
MR-J3ENCBL첸M-A1-H
IP65
첸=cable length:
2, 5, 10 m �
2m
5m
10 m
160312
161547
161548
MR-J3ENCBL첸M-A1-L
IP65
첸=cable length:
2, 5, 10 m �
2m
5m
10 m
161549
161550
161551
MR-J3ENCBL첸M-A2-H
IP65
첸=cable length:
2, 5, 10 m �
2m
5m
10 m
160230
161552
161553
MR-J3ENCBL첸M-A2-L
IP65
첸=cable length:
2, 5, 10 m �
2m
5m
10 m
161554
161555
161556
MR-J3JCBL03M-A1-L
Cable length: 0.3m �
IP20
0.3 m
161557
MR-J3JCBL03M-A2-L
Cable length: 0.3m �
IP20
0.3 m
154367
IP20
20 m
30 m
40 m
50 m
161559
161560
on request
on request
MR-EKCBL첸M-L
첸=cable length:
20, 30 m �
IP20
20 m
30 m
161561
161562
MR-ECNM
IP20
−
161572
MR-J3ENSCBL첸M-H
첸=cable length: 2, 5, IP67
10, 20, 30, 40, 50 m �
2m
5m
10 m
20 m
30 m
40 m
50 m
160226
161563
161564
161565
161566
on request
on request
MR-J3ENSCBL첸M-L
첸=cable length: 2, 5,
10, 20, 30 m �
IP67
2m
5m
10 m
20 m
30 m
161567
161568
161569
161570
161571
MR-J3SCNS
IP67
−
161576
Use these in combination of
햴 or 햵.
Amplifier connector
36210-0100PL (receptacle, 3 M)
36310-3200-008 (shell kit, 3 M),
or
54599-1019 (connector set, Molex)
<For exceeding 10 m>
CM10-SP10S-M (straight plug)
CM10-#22SC(C2)-100 (socket contact)
Encoder connector (DDK)
CM10-SP10S-M (straight plug)
CM10-#22SC(S1)-100 (socket contact)
Art. no.
Amplifier connector
54599-1019 (connector set, Molex),
or
36210-0100PL (receptacle, 3 M)
36310-3200-008 (shell kit, 3 M)
<Applicable cable2 example>
Wire size: 0.3 mm (AWG22)
Completed cable outer diameter: f 8.2 mm
Crimping tool (91529-1) is required.
Encoder connector (DDK)
<For 10 m or shorter cable>
CM10-SP10S-M (straight plug)
CM10-#22SC(C1)-100 (socket contact)
Length
Amplifier connector
MR-EKCBL첸M-H
36210-0100PL (receptacle, 3 M)
첸=cable length:
36310-3200-008 (shell kit, 3 M),
20, 30, 40, 50 m �
or
54599-1019 (connector set, Molex)
Protection
Amplifier connector
36210-0100PL (receptacle, 3 M)
36310-3200-008 (shell kit, 3 M),
or
54599-1019 (connector set, Molex)
<Applicable cable2 example>
Wire size: 0.5 mm (AWG20) or smaller
Completed cable outer diameter: f 6.0 to 9.0 mm
Notes:
� -H and -L indicate a bending life. -H indicates a long bending life, and -L indicates a standard bending life.
� Refer to the MR-J3 users manual for details on manufacturing the cable.
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CABLES AND CONNECTORS ///
Item
Description
Model
Protection
Length
Art. no.
MR-J3BTCBL03M
Cable length: 0.3 m
−
0.3 m
160327
MR-PWS1CBL첸M-A1-H
IP65
첸=cable length:
2, 5, 10 m �
2m
5m
10 m
160227
161592
161593
MR-PWS1CBL첸M-A1-L
IP65
첸=cable length:
2, 5, 10 m �
2m
5m
10 m
161594 /
161595 /
161596
MR-PWS1CBL첸M-A2-H
IP65
첸=cable length:
2, 5, 10 m �
2m
5m
10 m
160228 /
161597 /
161598
MR-PWS1CBL첸M-A2-L
IP65
첸=cable length:
2, 5, 10 m �
2m
5m
10 m
161599 /
161600 /
161601
MR-PWS2CBL03M-A1-L IP55
Cable length: 0.3m �
0.3 m
161602
MR-PWS2CBL03M-A2-L IP55
Cable length: 0.3m �
0.3 m
161603
Motor power supply connector (DDK)
CE05-6A18-10SD-D-BSS (plug) (straight)
CE3057-10A-1-D (cable clamp)
<Applicable cable example>
Wire size: 2 mm² (AWG14) to 3.5 mm² (AWG12)
Completed cable outer diameter: f 10.5 to 14.1 mm
MR-PWCNS4
(Straight type)
IP67
−
161573
Power supply connector
헁 for HF-SP202, 352, 502,
HF-SP2024, 3524, 5024
Motor power supply connector (DDK)
CE05-6A22-22SD-D-BSS (plug) (straight)
CE3057-12A-1-D (cable clamp)
<Applicable cable example>
Wire size: 5.5 mm² (AWG10) to 8 mm² (AWG8)
Completed cable outer diameter: f 12.5 to 16 mm
MR-PWCNS5
(Straight type)
IP67
−
161574
Power supply connector
헂 for HF-SP702, 7024,
HA-LP702
Motor power supply connector (DDK)
CE05-6A32-17SD-D-BSS (plug) (straight)
CE3057-20A-1-D (cable clamp)
<Applicable cable example>
Wire size: 14 mm² (AWG6) to 22 mm² (AWG4)
Completed cable outer diameter: f 22 to 23.8 mm
MR-PWCNS3
(Straight type)
IP67
−
136358
헃 Power supply connector
for HC-RP103, 153, 203
Motor power supply connector (DDK)
CE05-6A22-23SD-D-BSS (plug) (straight)
CE3057-12A-2-D (cable clamp)
<Applicable cable example>
Wire size: 2 mm² (AWG14) to 3.5 mm² (AWG12)
Completed cable outer diameter: f 9.5 to 13 mm
MR-PWCNS1
(Straight type)
IP67
−
64036
Power supply connector
헄 for HC-RP353, 503,
HA-LP502
Motor power supply connector (DDK)
CE05-6A24-10SD-D-BSS (plug) (straight)
CE3057-16A-2-D (cable clamp)
<Applicable cable example>
Wire size: 5.5 mm² (AWG10) to 8 mm² (AWG8)
Completed cable outer diameter: f 13 to 15.5 mm
MR-PWCNS2
(Straight type)
IP67
−
64035
MR-BKS1CBL첸M-A1-H
IP65
첸=cable length:
2, 5, 10 m �
2m
5m
10 m
161604
161605
161606
MR-BKS1CBL첸M-A1-L
IP65
첸=cable length:
2, 5, 10 m �
2m
5m
10 m
161607
161608
161609
MR-BKS1CBL첸M-A1-H
IP65
첸=cable length:
2, 5, 10 m �
2m
5m
10 m
160311
161610
161611
MR-BKS1CBL첸M-A1-L
IP65
첸=cable length:
2, 5, 10 m �
2m
5m
10 m
161612
161613
161614
Encoder
cables
and
햺 Battery connection relay
connector
cable
sets for
CN2
Amplifier CN2 connector 쐇
(3 M or an equivalent product)
36210-0100PL (receptacle)
36310-3200-008 (shell kit)
Junction connector (3 M)
36110-3000FD (plug)
36310-F200-008 (shell kit)
Battery connector
(HIROSE ELECTRIC)DF3-2EP-2C (plug)
DF3-EP2428PCA (Crimping terminal for plug) 2 pcs.
Not required when the servo system is used in incremental mode.
Refer to the section "Battery and special cables" for details.
Motor power supply connector (Japan Aviation Electronics Industry)
JN4FT04SJ1-R (plug)
ST-TMH-S-C1B-100-(A534G) (socket contact)
Power supply cable for
HF-KP/HF-MP series
햽
Lead out in opposite
direction of motor shaft.
햾
Power supply cable for
HF-KP/HF-MP series
Lead out in direction of
motor shaft.
햿
Power supply cable for
HF-KP/HF-MP series
Lead out in opposite
direction of motor shaft.
Lead-out
Motor power supply connector (Japan Aviation Electronics Industry)
JN4FT04SJ1-R (plug)
ST-TMH-S-C1B-100-(A534G) (socket contact)
Lead-out
Select
one from
Power supply connector
햻 to 헄
헀 for HF-SP51, 81,
for the
HF-SP52, 102, 152,
motor
HF-SP524, 1024, 1524
power
supply
Select
one for
the motor
electromagnetic
brake
Brake cable for
HF-KP/HF-MP series
헅
Lead out in direction of
motor shaft.
Motor power supply connector (Japan Aviation Electronics Industry)
JN4FT04SJ1-R (plug)
ST-TMH-S-C1B-100-(A534G) (socket contact)
Brake cable for
HF-KP/HF-MP series
헆
Lead out in opposite
direction of motor shaft.
Lead-out
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OPTIONS AND PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT
Power supply cable for
HF-KP/HF-MP series
햻
Lead out in direction of
motor shaft.
Notes:
� -H and -L indicate a bending life. -H indicates a long bending life, and -L indicates a standard bending life.
쐏 The battery connection relay cable has a built-in diode. Only this cable must be used.
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/// CABLES AND CONNECTORS
왎 Cables and Connectors for servo amplifier (general)
Item
Description
Brake cable for
HF-KP/HF-MP series
BK
Lead out in direction of
motor shaft
BL
Motor power supply connector (Japan Aviation Electronics Industry)
JN4FT04SJ1-R (plug)
ST-TMH-S-C1B-100-(A534G) (socket contact)
Brake cable for
HF-KP/HF-MP series
Lead out in opposite
direction of motor shaft
Lead-out
Select
one for
the motor
electro- BM Brake connector for
magnetic
HF-SP series
brake
Motor brake connector (DDK) (soldered type)
CM10-SP2S-L (straight plug),
CM10-#22SC (S2)-100 (socket contact)
<Applicable cable example>
Wire size: 1.25 mm² (AWG16) or smaller
Completed cable outer diameter: f 9.0 to 11.6 mm
Brake connector for
HA-LP12K1B, 12K14B,
11K1MB, 15K1MB,
BN 11K1M4B, 15K1M4B,
HA-LP11K2B, 15K2B,
22K2B, 11K24B, 15K24B,
22K24B
4
Motor brake connector
D/MS3106A10SL-4S (D190) (plug, DDK)
YSO10-5 to 8 (cable connector (straight), Daiwa Dengyo)
OPTIONS AND PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT
BO For 2kW, 3.5kW
(200VAC)
For CN5
BP USB cable
Art. no.
MR-BKS2CBL03M-A1-L IP55
Cable length: 0.3 m �
0.3 m
161615
MR-BKS2CBL03M-A2-L IP55
Cable length: 0.3 m �
0.3 m
161616
MR-BKCNS1
(Straight type)
IP67
−
161575
MR-BKCN
(Straight type)
IP65
−
64034
CNP2 connector
CNP3 connector
Insertion tool
CNP2 connector
CNP3 connector
on request
Insertion tool
(Standard accessory:
PC4/6-STF-7.62-CRWH 54927-0520
PC4/3-STF-7.62-CRWH 54932-0000
Insertion type) 쐇
(connector)
(connector)
(connector)
(Molex or an
(PHOENIX or an
(Molex or an
(PHOENIX or an
equivalent product)
equivalent product) equivalent product) equivalent product)
<Applicable cable example>
Wire size: 0.2 mm² (AWG24) to 5.5 mm² (AWG10)
Completed cable outer diameter: up to f 5mm
CNP1 connector
For 2kW or smaller
(400VAC)
Length
54928-0670
54927-0520
54928-0370
54932-0000
(connector)
(connector)
(connector)
(Molex or an
(Molex or an
(Molex or an
(Molex or an
equivalent product)
equivalent product) equivalent product) equivalent product)
<Applicable cable example>
Wire size: 0.14 mm² (AWG26) to 2.5 mm² (AWG14)
Completed cable outer diameter: up to f 3.8 mm
CNP1 connector
For
CNP1,
CNP2,
CNP3
Protection
<Applicable cable example>
Wire size: 0.3 mm² (AWG22) to 1.25 mm² (AWG16)
Completed cable outer diameter: f 5 to 8.3 mm
CNP1 connector
For 1kW or smaller
(200VAC)
Model
CNP2 connector
CNP3 connector
721-207/026-000
721-205/026-000 721-203/026-000
(plug)(WAGOoran
(plug)(WAGO or an (plug)(WAGOoran
equivalentproduct)
equivalent product) equivalentproduct)
<Applicable cable example>
Wire size: 0.08 mm² (AWG28) to 2 mm² (AWG14)
Completed cable outer diameter: up to f 4.1 mm
Amplifier connector
mini-B connector (5 pins)
−
−
on request
Insertion tool
231-131(WAGO or
an equivalent
product)
Personal computer connector
A connector
on request
MR-J3USBCBL3M
Cable length: 3 m
−
3m
160229
Notes:
� -H and -L indicate a bending life. -H indicates a long bending life, and -L indicates a standard bending life.
� The connector type terminal blocks are available for 200V 3.5kw or smaller and 400V 2kW or smaller servo amplifiers.
For 200V 5kw or larger and 400V 3.5kW or larger, screw type connector blocks are used.
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CABLES AND CONNECTORS ///
왎 Cables and Connectors for servo amplifier (type specific)
Item
Description
Model
Protection
Length
Art. no.
MR-J3CN1
−
−
160225
MR-J2TBL첸M
첸=cable length:
0.5, 1 m
−
0.5 m
1m
61216
61218
MR-J2M-CN1TBL첸M
첸=cable length:
0.5, 1m
−
0.5 m
1m
146794
189864
BS Junction terminal block
TB20-S
TB20-C
TB50-S
TB50-C
−
−
149148
149023
in preparation
in preparation
CT Monitor-Kabel
MR-J3CN6CBL1M
Kabellänge: 1 m
–
1m
161578
Servo amplifier series MR-J3 A
Amplifier connector (3 M or an equivalent product)
10150-3000PE (connector)
10350-52F0-008 (shell kit)
BQ CN1 connector
For CN1
BR
Cable for junction
terminal block TB-20
Cable for junction
terminal block TB-50
For CN6
Amplifier connector
(3 M or an equivalent
product)10150-6000EL (connector)
10350-3210-000 (shell kit) 쐋
Junction terminal block
connector (3 M)
D7950-B500FL
(connector)
4
For CN3
Amplifier connector (3M or an equivalent product)
10120-3000PE (connector)
10320-52F0-008 (shell kit) 쐏
CK Input/output signal
connector
CL
For CN1A
For CN1B CM
SSCNET III cable
(standard)
Connector: PF-2D103
Connector: PF-2D103
(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry) (Japan Aviation Electronics Industry)
CN SSCNET III cable
(long flex)
MR-CCN1
–
–
60041
MR-J3BUS첸M
첸=cable length:
015, 03, 05, 1, 3
–
0.15 m
0.3 m
0.5 m
1m
3m
161579
161580
161581
161582
161583
MR-J3BUS첸M-A
첸=Kabellänge:
5, 10, 20
–
5m
10 m
20 m
161584
161585
161586
MR-J3BUS첸M-B
첸=cable length:
30, 40, 50
–
30 m
40 M
50 m
161587
161588
161589
OPTIONS AND PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT
Servo amplifier series MR-J3-B
Servo amplifier series MR-J3-T
For CN6
CO CN6 connector
Amplifier connector (3 M or an equivalent product)
10126-3000PE (connector)
10326-52F0-008 (shell kit)
MR-J2CMP2
–
–
149764
For
CN20 쐄
CK Input/output signal
Amplifier connector (3 M or an equivalent product)
10120-3000PE (connector)
10320-52F0-008 (shell kit) 쐏
MR-CCN1
–
–
60041
BQ Input/output signal
Amplifier connector (3 M or an equivalent product)
10150-3000PE (connector)
10350-52F0-008 (shell kit)
MR-J3CN1
–
–
160225
MR-J2TBL첸M
첸=cable length:
0.5, 1 m
–
0.5 m
1m
61216
61218
MR-J2M-CN1TBL첸M
첸=cable length:
0.5, 1 m
–
0.5 m
1m
146794
189864
TB20-S
TB20-C
TB50-S
TB50-C
–
–
149148
149023
in preparation
in preparation
connector
connector
For
CN10 쐄
BR
Cable for junction
terminal block TB-20
Cable for junction
terminal block TB-50
Amplifier connector
(3 M or an equivalent
product)10150-6000EL (connector)
10350-3210-000 (shell kit) 쐋
BS Junction terminal block
Junction terminal block
connector (3 M)
D7950-B500FL
(connector)
Notes:
쐋 The connector and the shell kit are press bonding type. Models for soldered type are 10120-3000PE (connector) and 10350-52F0-008 (shell kit).
쐏 The connector and the shell kit are soldered type. Models for press bonding type are 10120-6000EL (connector) and 10320-3210-000 (shell kit).
쐄 CN10 and CN20 are only availible with extension I/O unit MR-J3-D01.
Encoder cables, battery connection relay cable, power supply cables, brake cables, USB cable and servo amplifier power supply connector set from 햲 to BP are same for the servo amplifier series MR-J3-A, MR-J3-B and MR-J3-T.
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/// BATTERY, SPECIAL CABLES AND TERMINAL BLOCKS
왎 Buffer Battery
The servomotor's absolute value can be
maintained by mounting the MR-J3BAT
battery on the servo amplifier. The battery
is not required when the servo system is
used in incremental mode.
Battery
Application
Art. no.
MR-J3BAT
Buffering absolute
positioning data
160224
Cable
Application
Art. no.
MR-J3BTCBL03M
Buffering absolute
value
160327
Cable
Application
Art. no.
MR-J3ACHECK
MR-Configurator
diagnostic function
161577
왎 Battery Connection Relay Cable
This relay cable is used to hold the absolute value if the servo amplifier has to be
removed from a machine for shipping. The
servo motor does not have a super capacitor (for holding an absolute value for short
time) in the encoder. When this optional
cable is used, the absolute value can be
held even when the encoder cable is disconnected from the servo amplifier, making it easy to do maintenance on the servo
amplifier.
OPTIONS AND PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT
4
왎 Diagnostic Cable
This cable is required when using the
amplifier diagnostic function of
MR -Configurator (Setup software).
Can be used only in combination with an
MR-J3-A servo amplifier.
왎 Terminal Blocks
These terminal blocks TB-20/TB-50 are
adapter modules that simplify the wiring
of the inputs and outputs of the servo
amplifiers.
TB-20-S
Terminal block type
Channels
Design
Connection type
Application
Dimensions (W x H x D)
2
4
6
TB-20-C
Input/output block
8 / 16
20 pin terminal module
Screw terminals
Spring terminals
MR-J3-D01 or
positioning unit FX2N-10PG
mm 75 x 45 x 52
75 x 45 x 52
TB-50-S
TB-50-C
Input/output block
50
50 pin terminal module
Screw terminals
Spring terminals
Servoamplifier MR-J3-A and MR-J3-T
244 x 46.5 x 52.5
110 x 62 x 45
in preparation
in preparation
20
8 10 12 14 16 18
Order information
Connection cables
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In addition preconfigured system cabling
is available for all the terminal blocks
Art. no. 149148
149023
Connection cable:
MR-J2TBL05M; length 0.5 m; Art.-Nr.: 61216,
MR-J2TBL1M; length 1 m; Art.-Nr.: 61218
Connection cable:
MR-J2M-CN1TBL05M0; length 0.5 m; Art.-Nr.: 146794
MR-J2M-CN1TBL1M; length 1 m; Art.-Nr.: 189864
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왎 Manual Pulse Generator
0
90
10
Specifications
By this serial handwheel an external incremental setting value can be generated.
Resolution
Output voltage
Consumtion current
Weight
30
20
80
MR-HDP01
40
Order information
MR-HDP01
25 pls/rev (100 pls/rev at
magnification of 4)
Input voltage > 1 V
Max. 60 mA
kg 0.4
Art. no. 128728
왎 Parameter Unit
MR-PU-03
50 0 0EXTHz
- - - STOP
tion, parameter setting, etc. can be performed without using MR-Configurator.
The parameter unit can be used with a
MR-J3-첸T첸 servo amplifier.
4
PU
MON
SET
EXT
HELP
SHIFT
ESC
7
8
9
4
5
6
FWD
1
2
3
REV
0
READ
Functions
STOP
WRITE
The parameter unit MR-PRU03 with a
16 characters x 4 lines LCD display,
is available as an option.
By connecting the parameter unit to the
servo amplifier, data setting, test opera-
RESET
Parameter mode
Monitor
Mode
MR-J3-첸T첸
Diagnosis mode
Alarm mode
Test operation mode
Point table mode
Order information
MR-PRU03
Basic setting parameters, gain/filter parameters, extension setting parameters, input/output setting
parameters
Current position, command position, command remaining distance, point table No., cumulative feedback pulses,droop pulses, regenerative load ratio, effective load ratio, peak load ratio, instantaneous
torque, within one revolution position, ABS counter, servo motor speed, bus voltage, load inertia
moment ratio
External input/output display, motor information
Current alarm, alarm history
JOG operation, positioning operation, DO forced output, motor-less operation, single-step feed
Position data, servo motor speed, acceleration/deceleration time constant, dwell time, auxiliary function, M code
Art. no. 208805
왎 Setup Software (MR-Configurator)
The comfortable setup software for Windows based personal computers allows
perfect tuning of the servo amplifiers and
the connected servo motors.
Functions
Monitor
Parameters
Diagnostics
Alarms
Test operations
Advanced function
Others
Order information
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The software makes it easy to read and write
parameters, monitor, diagnose and test the
servo system via a personal computer.
MR-Configurator
Batch display, input/output I/F display, high speed monitor, graph display
Parameter setting, device setting, tuning, display of change list, display of detailed information,
converter, parameter copy
Rotation failure reason display, system information display, tuning data display, absolute data
display, axes name setting, amplifier diagnostic
Alarm display, alarmhistory, display of data that generated alarm
JOG operation, positioning operation, operation witout motor, forced digital output, program operation using simple language
Machine analyser, gain search, machine simulation
Automatic operation, help display, project and data administration
Art. no. 191431
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OPTIONS AND PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT
PARAMETER UNIT
/// NOISE FILTERS AND BRAKE RESISTORS
왎 Noise Filters
U1
V1 W1
OPTIONS AND PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT
4
For complying with the EMC directives of
the European Community regarding
the electromagnetic compatibility, the
servo amplifiers have to be equipped
with a noise filter across the input circuit.
Additionally it has to be installed and
wired according to the EMC directives.
The filter units are designed to reduce
mains conducted RFI emissions to meet
the European standard EN 61800-3.
More details are enclosed in the
installation sheet of the MR-J3 filters.
Filter 햲
Servo amplifier
Power Rated
Leakage 햳
loss [W] current [A] current [mA]
Weight
[kg]
MF-2F230-006.230MFa
MR-J3-10A/B/T – MR-J3-60A/B/T
10
6
< 26
0.45
189332
MF-2F230-006.230MFb
MR-J3-70A/B/T
10
6
< 26
0.45
189331
MF-3F480-010.233MF
MR-J3-60A4/B4/T4, MR-J3-100A/B/T
and MR-J3-100A4/B4/T4
9
10
<7
1.0
208775
MF-3F480-015.230MF3
MR-J3-200A/B/TandMR-J3-200A4/B4/T4
12
15
< 4햳
1.5
203463
MF-3F480-015.233MF
MR-J3-350A4/B4/T4
16
15
< 20
2.0
208776
20
25
<4
3.0
203854
40
50
< 4햳
4.0
203855
MR-J3-350A/B/T, MR-J3-500A4/B4/T4
MF-3F480-025.230MF3햴 and MR-J3-700A4/B4/T4
MF-3F480-050.230MF3
MR-J3-500A/B/TandMR-J3-700A/B/T
Order
number
햲 All filters can provide conformity with the limits for environment 1, restricted distribution up to 50 m or environment 1, unrestricted
distibution up to 20 m.
햳 At normal operation: voltage difference between 2 phases < 3 % / at fault occurrence (value in brackets) : 2 dead phases (worst case)
햴 No foot print filter
왎 Brake Resistors
If the regenerative power exceeds the
power of the built-in resistor, the following
listed optional brake resistors can be used.
32
Resistor
Servo amplifier
Power
Resistance Weight
capacity
(W)
[kg]
[W]
Dimensions
(W x H x D)
Order
number
MR-RFH75-40
MR-J3-10A/B/T – MR-J3-60A/B/T,
MR-J3-70A/B/T and MR-J3-100A/B/T
150
40
0.16
36 x 27 x 90
137279
MR-RFH220-40
MR-J3-70A/B/T and MR-J3-100A/B/T
400
40
0.42
36 x 27 x 200
137278
MR-RFH400-13
MR-J3-200A/B/T, MR-J3-350A/B/T
and MR-J3-500A/B/T
600
13
0.73
36 x 27 x 320
137277
MR-RFH400-6.7
MR-J3-700A/B/T
600
6.7
0.73
36 x 27 x 320
137275
MR-PWR-R T 400-120
MR-J3-60A4/B4/T4
and MR-J3-100A4/B4/T4
400
120
0.4
36 x 27 x 200
154746
MR-PWR-R T 600-47
MR-J3-200A4/B4/T4
and MR-J3-350A4/B4/T4
600
47
0.64
36 x 27 x 320
154751
MR-PWR-R T 600-26
MR-J3-500A4/B4/T4
and MR-J3-700A4/B4/T4
600
26
0.64
36 x 27 x 320
154752
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왎 MELSEC FX Positioning Units
The high-speed counter and single axis
positioning modules described below can
be used in combination with the FX series
PLCs. This provides a cost effective
solution for small servo/motion
applications.
High-speed counter FX2N-1HC
In addition to the internal high-speed
MELSEC FX counters, the high-speed
counter module FX2N-1HC provides the
user with an external hardware counter.
It counts 1- or 2-phase pulses up to a
frequency of 50 kHz. The counting range
covers either 16 or 32 bit.
The two integrated transistor outputs can
be switched independently of one another
by means of internal comparison functions. Hence, simple positioning tasks can
also be realized economically. In addition,
the FX2N-1HC can be used as a ring counter.
FX2N -1HC
FX 2N -10PG
PGO
FP
RP
CLR
Single-axis positioning module
The positioning modules FX2N-1PG-E and
FX2N-10PG are extremely efficient singleaxis positioning modules for controlling
servo drives (by external controller) with a
pulse train. It is very suitable for achieving
accurate positioning in combination with
the MELSEC FX series.
Specifications
Accessible axes
pulse/s
Output frequency
Signal level for digital inputs
5 V DC
Power supply
24 V DC
Related I/O points
mm
Dimensions (W x H x D)
FX2N-1PG-E
1
10 – 100 000
24 V DC / 40 mA
55 mA (from base unit)
—
8
43 x 90 x 87
SSCNET III module FX3U-20SSC-H
INT 0
INT 1
A
B
START
DOG
INT 0
INT 1
A
B
X READY
Y READY
X ERROR
Y ERROR
POWER
The SSCNET module FX3U-20SSC-H can be
used in combination with a FX3U programmable controller to achieve a cost effective
solution for high precision, high speed positioning. The plug- and-play fiber optic
SSCNET III cabling reduces setup time and
increases control distance for positioning
operations in a wide range of applications.
The configuration and allocation of the
position data are carried out directly via
the PLC program.
A very wide range of manual and automatic functions are available to the user.
FX2N-10PG
1
1 – 1 000 000
5 V DC / 100 mA; 24 V DC / 70 mA
120 mA (from base unit)
—
8
43 x 90 x 87
Servo parameters and positioning information for the FX3U-20SSC-H are easily set
up with an FX3U base unit and a personal
computer. For parameter setting, monitoring and testing the easy programming
software FX Configurator-FP is available.
For further specifications please refer to
the MELSEC FX technical catalogue.
FX2CU-20SSC-H
Specifications
Accessible axes
Output frequency
Communications speed
ms
Starting time
Max. to PLC connectable modules
Power supply
5 V DC
24 V DC
Related I/O points
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Order information
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FX3U-20SSC-H
2 (independent or interpolation) via SSCNET III (motion bus)
1 Hz to 50 MHz
50 Mbps
1.6 (+1.7 SSCNET cycle time)
Up to 8 can be connected to the FX3U PLC
100 mA
—
8
mm 55 x 90 x 87
Art. no. 206189
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4
OPTIONS AND PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT
POWER
ERROR
START
DOG
X0
X1
øA
øB
/// POSITIONING UNITS
왎 MELSEC System Q Positioning Units
QD75D2
RUN
The Qn PLC range offers three QD75 series
modules (one, two and four axes)
앬 Differential output type (QD75D series)
앬 SSCNET III bus type (QD75MH series).
The differential output controllers can be
used with MR-J3-A standard type servo
amplifiers , whilst the QD75MH series controllers can be used with the MR-J3-B
(SSCNET III bus type) Servo amplifiers.
Using the SSCNET system can provide
much improved, easier to use positioning
system, with reduced wiring and better
noise immunity.
All QD75 series controllers can provide
functionality such as interpolation and
speed-position operation etc.
AX1
AX2
ERR.
AX1
AX2
The modules provide positioning with
open collector control. The modules generate the travel command via the pulse
chain. The speed is proportional to the
pulse frequency and the distance travelled
is proportional to the pulse length.
The differential output type modules are
suitable for bridging long distances
between the module and the drive system
due to the fact that the differential line
driver signals have an improved noise
immunity compared to open collector
types.
OPTIONS AND PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT
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Specifications
QD75D1
QD75D2
QD75D4
2
4
1
2 axis linear and circular interpolation
2, 3, or 4 axis linear and 2 axis circular interpolation
—
600 per axis
Differential driver
Differential driver
Differential driver
Pulse chain
Pulse chain
Pulse chain
PTP control: absolute data and/or incremental; speed/position swiching control: incremental; locus/speed control: incremental; path control: absolute data and/or incremental
Speed/position 0 – 2 147 483 647 pulse
Incremental -2 147 483 648 – 2 147 483 647 pulse
Absolute data: -2 147 483 648 – 2 147 483 647 pulse
switching control : 0 – 21 4748 364.7 µm
method:
-214 748 364.8 – 214 748 364,7 µm
-21 4748 364.8 – 214 748 364.7 µm
units
0 – 21 474.83647 inch
-21 474.83648 – 21 474.83647 inch
-21 474.83648 – 21 474.83647 inch
0 – 359.99999 degree
0 – 21 474.83647 degree
-21 474.83648 – 21 474.83647 degree
1
– 1 000 000
pulse/s
Positioning
0.01 – 20 000 000.00 mm/min
speed
0.001 – 200 000.000
degree/min
0.001 – 200 000.000
inch/min
acceleration/deceleration processing Automatic trapezoidal or S-pattern acceleration and deceleration or automatic S-pattern acceleration and deceleration
acceleration and deceleration time
1 – 8388608 ms (4 patterns, each can be set)
rapid stop decceleration time
1 – 8388608 ms
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32
I/O points
32
mm 27.4 x 98 x 90
27.4 x 98 x 90
27.4 x 98 x 90
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Number of control axes
Interpolation
Positioning data itmes
Output type
Output signal
method
Order information
Accessories
Specifications
Art.no. 129675
129676
129677
40-pin connector and ready to use connection cables and system terminals; Programming software: GX Configurator QP, art. no.: 132219
QD75MH1
QD75MH2
QD75MH4
2
4
1
2 axis linear and circular interpolation
2, 3, or 4 axis linear and 2 axis circular interpolation
—
600 per axis
SSCNET III
SSCNET III
SSCNET III
BUS
BUS
BUS
PTP control: absolute data and/or incremental; speed/position swiching control: incremental; locus/speed control: incremental; path control: absolute data and/or incremental
Speed/position
0 – 2 147 483 647 pulse
Incremental -2 147 483 648 – 2 147 483 647 pulse
Absolute data: -2 147 483 648 – 2 147 483 647 pulse
switching control : 0 – 21 4748 364.7 µm
method: -214 748 364.8 – 214 748 364,7 µm
-21 4748 364.8 – 214 748 364.7 µm
units
0 – 21 474.83647 inch
-21 474.83648 – 21 474.83647 inch
-21 474.83648 – 21 474.83647 inch
0 – 359.99999
degree
0 – 21 474.83647 degree
-21 474.83648 – 21 474.83647 degree
1
– 1 000 000
pulse/s
Positioning
0.01 – 20 000 000.00 mm/min
speed
0.001 – 200 000.000
degree/min
0.001 – 200 000.000
inch/min
acceleration/deceleration processing Automatic trapezoidal or S-pattern acceleration and deceleration or automatic S-pattern acceleration and deceleration
acceleration and deceleration time
1 – 8388608 ms (4 patterns, each can be set)
rapid stop decceleration time
1 – 8388608 ms
32
32
I/O points
32
mm 27.4 x 98 x 90
27.4 x 98 x 90
27.4 x 98 x 90
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Number of control axes
Interpolation
Positioning data itmes
Output type
Output signal
method
Order information
Accessories
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Art.no. 165761
165762
165763
40-pin connector and ready to use connection cables and system terminals; Programming software: GX Configurator QP, art. no.: 132219
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MOTION CPUS ///
왎 MELSEC System Q Motion CPUs
The Q-Motion controller CPU controls and
synchronises the connected servo amplifiers and servo motors. A motion system
besides the controller CPU, also includes a
PLC CPU. Only after combining a highly
dynamic positioning control CPU and a
PLC, an innovative motion control system
is created.
While the Motion CPU controls complex
servo movements the PLC CPU is responsible for the machine control and the communication.
Q173CPU
MODE
RUN
ERR.
M.RUN
BAT.
BOOT
FRONT
SSCNET
CN2
CN1
PULL
USB
RS-232
Special features:
앬 Using multiple CPUs to distribute the
앬
앬
앬
앬
앬
앬
load improves the overall performance
of the whole system and enables modular system configuration
Use of up to 3 motion CPUs within
one system
Large scale control system for up to
96 axes per system
Interpolation of 4 axes simultaneously
Software cam control
Virtual and real master axes
Integration in the high-speed SSCNET III
network for communication with
high-performance servo amplifiers at
50 Mbps
4
method
Positioning
acceleration/
deceleration control
compensation
Programming language
Program capacity
No. of positioning points
Interfaces
Real I/O points (PX/PY)
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Order information
Q172HCPU
Q173HCPU
Motion CPU
Motion CPU
8192
8192
8
32
Linear interpolation for up to 4 axes, circular interpolation for 2 axes, helical interpolation for 3 axes
PTP (point to point), speed control/speed-position control, fixed pitch feed, constant speed control, position follow-up control,
speed switching control, high-speed oscillation control, synchronous control (SV22)
OPTIONS AND PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT
Specifications
Type
I/O points
No. of control axes
Interpolation functions
Automatic trapezoidal acceleration/deceleration, S-curve acceleration/deceleration
Backlash compensation, electronic gear
Motion SFC, dedicated instructions, software for conveyor assembly (SV13), virtual mechanical support language (SV22)
14 k steps
3200
USB, SSCNET III
256 (these I/Os can be allocated directly to the motion CPU)
mm 27.4 x 98 x 114.3
27.4 x 98 x 114.3
Art. no. 162417
162416
왎 MELSEC System Q Motion System Modules
Servo external signals interface
module Q172LX
Serial absolute synchronous encoder
interface module Q172EX and Q172EX-S2
Manual pulse generator interface
module Q173PX
The Q172LX input module is used in conjunction with a Q Motion CPU to capture
external servo signals.
Up to 8 axes can be evaluated per module.
In this way, cam-switching values, limit
switching positions, stop positions and
operating modes can be easily incorporated into the system.
앬 32 address points for 8 axes for each
4 inputs
앬 Bipolar inputs for positive and negative
logic
앬 Galvanic isolation of the inputs by
means of photocoupler
앬 Shortest response time of < 0.4 ms
앬 Modular extension possible
The serial absolute synchronous encoder
interface module Q172EX is a Motion system module for receiving and evaluating
up to two serial absolute-value encoders.
(Incremental encoders cannot be connected.)
Via an external encoder (Q170ENC) it is
possible to feed a setpoint source to the
Motion system, which inturn is programmed as a guide axis.
In addition to the interfaces for the signals
of two absolute value encoders, the
Q172EX has two digital inputs with
ultra-rapid responsetimes.
앬 Transfer rate of 2.5 Mbit per second
앬 Resolution of 14 bit
앬 Voltage-failure security of the absolute
values by means of built-in buffer battery
앬 Shortest response times of < 0.4 ms
앬 Modular extension possible
The Manual pulse generator interface module Q173PX is used in a Motion system to
receive the signals of up to 3 external incremental encoders or manual impulse generators (hand wheels).
In addition to the inputs for the encoders,
the Q173PX has three digital inputs with
which the encoder signal counting procedure can be started (Encoder start signal).
앬 Bipolar inputs for positive and negative
logic
앬 Galvanic isolation of the inputs by
means of photo coupler
앬 Shortest response times of < 0.4 ms
앬 Modular extension possible
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/// SSCNET III SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
왎 Configuration of a SSCNET III System
PU햲
Software: GX (IEC) Developer
Software: MT Developer
Main base unit
/
/
/
PLC Bus
Connection cable
QJ61BT11
SSCNET III
QJ61BR11
Encoder
interface
Encoder
interface
EX햳
Serial absolute
synchronous encoder
External signal
interface
2LX햳
System Q
I/O module
System Q
special function
module햴
Cable
Q170ENCCBL-
Cable
Cable
P2
P
C
D
P1
P2
P
C
D
L11
L11
L11
L21
L21
L21
U
U
U
V
V
V
W
CHARGE
CN4 CN2L
MR-J3-40A
CN2
W
CHARGE
CN2
W
CHARGE
MR-J3-40A
CN5
L3
N
P2
D
L2
ING
CN3
P1
P
C
L1
WARN
CN6
CN5
N
CN3
P1
OPEN
L3
MR-J3-40A
Operator
terminal
(GOT or
E1000 series)
CN2
L2
ING
CN6
L1
WARN
N
CN4 CN2L
L3
CN3
Servo amplifier
OPEN
CN6
L2
ING
CN5
OPEN
L1
WARN
CN4 CN2L
APPLICATIONS
5
Manual pulse
generator
QJ61BT11
Servo motors
QJ61BR11
Extension base unit 햵
/
/
/
/
/
QJ61BT11
Notes:
햲 The first CPU on the main base unit must always be a PLC CPU (e.g. Q02/Q02H/Q06H/Q12H/Q25H).
햳 In a multi CPU system only one Motion CPU can access the Q Motion system modules.
These modules can be mounted at any desired location on the main or extension base units.
햴 A Motion CPU cannot access special function modules or network modules.
햵 The Q52B and Q55B extension base units do not have a slot for a power supply unit.
QJ61BR11
Power supply
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System Q
I/O module
System Q
special function
module햴
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SYSTEM CONFIGURATION ///
왎 X-Y Table System Configurations
System 1: FX2N-10PG based system
Products
FX2N-16MR-ES/UL
FX2N-10PG
FX2N-10PG
MR-J3-10A
HF-KP13
MR-J3-60A
HF-SP52
Function
PLC
Pulse train output module
Pulse train output module
Servo Amplifier
Motor
Servo Amplifier
Motor
System 2: QD75MH based system
Products
Q00J
QD75-MH2
MR-J3-10B
HF-KP13
MR-J3-40B
HF-SP52
MR-BAT
Function
Q PLC
Positioning Controller
Servo Amplifier
Motor
Servo Amplifier
Motor
Servo Amplifier Battery
The following information provides two examples of possible X-Y table system configurations, using Mitsubishi automation equipment.
The first is a linear FX2N-10PG based system
and the second is a more complex interpolating QD75M (SSCNET) based system.
The FX2N-10PG is a single axis position
control module, therefore two modules are used to control the X and Y
axes. The FX2N-10PG uses a differential pulse train output to control the
position of the Servo Motors. As a differential pulse train output is given,
then the MR-J3-A Series of Servo
amplifiers must be used (these allow
control from either a pulse train or
analogue source).
One of the disadvantages of using the
FX2N-10PG system is that interpolation between the two axes is not possible. This is due to the fact that as the
position modules are independent of
each other they cannot make combined moves.
Another disadvantage is that the controller (FX PLC) does not know the true
position of each of the Servo motors.
This may cause problems if a
power-down situation occurs or an
axis is physically moved.
One major advantage that the
FX2N-10PG systems have is that they
can be easily integrated into existing
FX PLC systems.
앬 Simple to use
앬 Widely used
앬 Cost effective
앬 Simple functionality
The QD75MH based system uses the
powerful modular Qn PLC Series,
providing greater functionality and
expandability options. The QD75MH
system is connected using SSCNET III
(Servo System Controller Network),
which is Mitsubishi’s dedicated
motion control network. SSCNET III
simplifies the set-up of the system
and reduces the wiring required.
SSCNET III systems are created by
simply plugging an amplifier into the
main controller (QD75MH) and then
"daisy-chaining" each additional axis
that is added. SSCNET III connectivity
requires MR-J3-B type amplifiers to
be used.
Furthermore, as the Servo amplifiers
are connected by a bus system, all
Servo data, such as current position,
torque etc. can all be monitored
back at the main controller
(Q00J PLC) as the data is automatically
updated on the QD75MH module.
Also, all of the internal Servo parameters can be set from the PLC, again
due to the bus system used.
The bus system also means that position data is sent serially, therefore
reducing any possible interference
due to noise.
Finally, as both axes are controlled
from one high function module
(QD75MH), interpolation between
the two axes is possible.
5
앬
앬
앬
앬
앬
앬
SSCNET III capability
Easy of set-up
High functionality
Expandability
Module Options
Reduced Wiring
X-Y table control
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APPLICATIONS
An X-Y table is a typical two axes servo application, commonly used in industry for pick and
place systems such as PCB component insertion machines through to welding machines.
/// DIMENSIONS SERVO MOTORS
Am motors
plifie
왎
왎 Servo
HF-MP053 (B), HF-MP13 (B), HF-KP053 (B), HF-KP13 (B)
25
2.5
21.5
L
Type
L [mm]
KL [mm]
HF-MP053 (B)
66.4 (107.5)
24.5
HF-MP13 (B)
82.4 (123.5)
40.5
HF-KP053 (B)
66.4 (107.5)
24.5
HF-KP13 (B)
82.4 (123.5)
40.5
Dimensions for motors with brake in brackets ( ).
KL
Unit: mm
HF-MP23 (B), HF-MP43 (B), HF-KP23 (B), HF-KP43 (B)
L
30
Type
L [mm]
KL [mm]
HF-MP23 (B)
82.4 (116.1)
39.3
HF-MP43 (B)
98.5 (138.0)
61.2
HF-KP23 (B)
82.4 (116.1)
39.3 unit: mm
HF-KP43 (B)
98.5 (138.0)
61.2
Dimensions for motors with brake in brackets ( ).
KL
Unit: mm
HF-MP73 (B), HF-KP73 (B)
40
L
Type
L [mm]
KL [mm]
HF-MP73 (B)
113.8 (157.0)
72.3
HF-KP73 (B)
113.8 (157.0)
72.3
Dimensions for motors with brake in brackets ( ).
Unit: mm
KL
HF-SP52 (B), HF-SP102 (B), HF-SP152 (B)
55
L
50
X
12
Type
3
L [mm]
KL [mm]
X [mm]
HF-SP52 (B)
118.5 (153.0)
57.8
38.2 (43.5)
HF-SP102 (B)
140.5 (175.0)
79.8
38.2 (43.5)
HF-SP152 (B)
162.5 (197.0)
101.8
38.2 (43.5)
50.9
Dimensions for motors with brake in brackets ( ).
112.5
79.9
DIMENSIONS
6
13
Unit: mm
59
29
13.5
KL
38
58
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DIMENSIONS SERVO MOTORS ///
HF-SP202 (B), HF-SP352 (B), HF-SP502 (B), HF-SP702 (B)
L
Type
L [mm]
KL [mm]
X [mm]
HF-SP202 (B)
143.5 (193.0)
79.8
38.5 (45.5)
HF-SP352 (B)
183.5 (233.0)
119.8
38.5 (45.5)
HF-SP502 (B)
203.5 (253.0)
139.8
38.5 (45.5)
HF-SP702 (B)
263.5 (313.0)
191.8
38.5 (45.5)
96.9
50.9
,
,
,
X
140.9
Dimensions for motors with brake in brackets ( ).
Unit: mm
,
KL
HC-RP103 (B), HC-RP153 (B), HC-RP203 (B)
L
Type
KL [mm]
145.5 (183.5)
69.5
HC-RP153 (B)
170.5 (208.5)
94.5
HC-RP203 (B)
195.5 (233.5)
119.5
50.9
L [mm]
HC-RP103 (B)
96
Dimensions for motors with brake in brackets ( ).
Unit: mm
6
DIMENSIONS
KL
HC-RP353 (B), HC-RP503 (B)
L
Type
L [mm]
KL [mm]
HC-RP353 (B)
215.5 (252.5)
148
HC-RP503 (B)
272.5 (309.5)
205
Dimensions for motors with brake in brackets ( ).
120
50.9
Unit: mm
KL
HA-LP11K2[4] (B), HA-LP15K2[4] (B), HA-LP22K2[4] (B)
L1
110
X
L2
Type
L1 [mm]
L2 [mm]
X
HA-LP11K2[4] (B)
480 (550)
262 (334)
426 (498)
HA-LP15K2[4] (B)
495 (610)
289 (400)
454 (565)
HA-LP22K2[4] (B)
555 (670)
346 (457)
511 (622)
60
60
140
,
,
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Dimensions for motors with brake in brackets ( ).
Unit: mm
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/// DIMENSIONS SERVO AMPLIFIERS
왎 Servo amplifiers MR-J3-A/B
MR-J3-10A/B and MR-J3-20A/B
Æ6 mounting hole
~68
~25
135
~14
~80
With battery MR-J3-BAT
Unit: mm
MR-J3-40A/B and MR-J3-60A/B
Æ6 mounting hole
~80
170
DIMENSIONS
6
~68
~14
~25
With battery MR-J3-BAT
Unit: mm
MR-J3-A-70A/B and MR-J3-100A/B
Æ6 mounting hole
~68
~25
With battery MR-J3-BAT
40
185
~14
~80
Unit: mm
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DIMENSIONS SERVO AMPLIFIERS ///
MR-J3-60A4/B4 and MR-J3-100A4/B4
195
~80
~68
~25
~14
Æ6 mounting hole
With battery MR-J3-BAT
Unit: mm
MR-J3-200A/B and MR-J3-350A/B
Æ6 mounting hole
~80
195
21,4
6
DIMENSIONS
CNP1
CNP3
~14
CNP2
~25
~68
With battery MR-J3-BAT
Unit: mm
MR-J3-200A4/B4
Æ6 mounting hole
~25
78
With battery MR-J3-BAT
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~14
~68
168
156
~80
Unit: mm
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/// DIMENSIONS SERVO AMPLIFIERS
MR-J3-500A/B, MR-J3-350A4/B4 and MR-J3-500A4/B4
7.5
130
68.5
131.5
118
6
235
250
200
2 x Æ6 mounting hole
6
With battery MR-J3-BAT
20.5
7.5
6
Unit: mm
MR-J3-700A/B and MR-J3-700A4/B4
~80
2 x Æ6 mounting hole
6
200
138
7.5
172
62
160
285
300
DIMENSIONS
6
With battery MR-J3-BAT
20.5
7.5
6
Unit: mm
and
260
12
12
236
12
~80
260
400
376
2 x Æ6 mounting hole
With battery MR-J3-BAT
13
12
36.5 23
123.5
12
183
227
42
26
52
6 x 26 = 156
Unit: mm
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DIMENSIONS SERVO AMPLIFIERS ///
왎 Servo amplifiers MR-J3-T
MR-J3-10T and MR-J3-20T
40
Æ6 mounting hole
6
135
~80
CNP1
CN1
CNP2
CNP3
6
With battery MR-J3-BAT
~25
Unit: mm
MR-J3-40T and MR-J3-60T
40
6
Æ6 mounting hole
~80
170
6
CNP1
DIMENSIONS
CN1
CNP2
CNP3
6
With battery MR-J3-BAT
~25
Unit: mm
MR-J3-70T and MR-J3-100T
60
Æ6 mounting hole
12
~80
185
CNP1
CN1
CNP2
CNP3
With battery MR-J3-BAT
6
12
25.5
42
Unit: mm
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/// DIMENSIONS SERVO AMPLIFIERS
MR-J3-60T4 and MR-J3-100T4
Æ6 mounting hole
60
195
~80
12
CNP1
CN1
CNP2
CNP3
With battery MR-J3-BAT
6
25.5
12
42
Unit: mm
MR-J3-200T(4)
45
90
85
Æ6 mounting hole
~80
195
CNP1
6
CN1
DIMENSIONS
CNP2
CNP3
With battery MR-J3-BAT
25.5
6
6
78
6
Unit: mm
90
MR-J3-350T
Æ6 mounting hole
85
45
195
~80
6
21.4
CNP1
CN1
CNP3
CNP2
6
6
44
With battery MR-J3-BAT
25.5
78
6
Unit: mm
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DIMENSIONS SERVO AMPLIFIERS ///
MR-J3-350T4 and MR-J3-500T(4)
2x Æ6 mounting hole
~80
250
68.5
118
6
235
6
200
131.5
130
TE2
TE3
CHARGE
With battery MR-J3-BAT
TE1
20.5
6
Unit: mm
6
DIMENSIONS
MR-J3-700T(4)
172
6
160
6
~80
200
CN1
TE3
34 13 13
With battery MR-J3-BAT
6
75
99.8
102.6
149.2
TE1
31
13
24.5
13
13
7 13
91
14.5
TE2
10
Unit: mm
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/// DIMENSIONS OPTIONS
왎 Noise Filters
MF-2F230-006.230MFa to MF-3F480-015.230MF3
A
A1
A
A1
B
B1
B2
C
MF-2F230- 40
006.230MFa
28
200
190
170
40
MF-2F230- 60
006.230MFb
42
200
190
170
40
MF-3F480- 130
015.233MF
118
282
270
–
66
MF-3F480- 60
010.233MF
42
202
192
172
55
MF-3F480- 90
015.230MF3
78
204
192
172
55
Type
C
B
B1
B2
M5
Unit: mm
MF-3F480-025.230MF3, MF-3F480-050.230MF3
A
A1
C
M5
PE
6
A1
B
B1
B2
C
60
168
156
140
195
MF-3F480- 75
050.230MF3
45
250
235
220
200
B
B1
B2
DIMENSIONS
A
MF-3F480- 76
025.230MF3
Type
L1 L2 L3
M5
PE
L1, L2, L3
Unit: mm
왎 Brake Resistors
MR-RFH, MR-PWR-R
12
36
7
20
4,6
12
I
L
27
Type
MR-RFH75-40
MR-RFH220-40
MR-RFH400-13
MR-RFH400-6.7
MR-PWR-R T 400-120
MR-PWR-R T 600-47
MR-PWR-R T 600-26
L
90
200
320
320
200
320
320
I
79
189
309
309
189
309
309
Unit: mm
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INDEX ///
A
Adaptive Vibration Suppression · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 7
Auto-Tuning · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 7
B
Battery · · · · · · · · · · · ·
Battery Connection Cable
Brake Resistors · · · · · · ·
Braked Motors · · · · · · ·
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C
Cables and Connectors
Servo amplifier · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 24
Servo motors · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 25
Commands and Operation Modes MR-J3-T· · · · · · · · · · · · · · 21
Configuration of a SSCNET III System· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 36
Connection
Cables and Connectors · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 24
MR-J3-A · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 22
MR-J3-B· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 23
SSCNET III · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 36
Control Functions · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 7
D
Diagnostic Cable · ·
Dimensions
Brake resistors
Noise filters · ·
Servo amplifier
Servo motors ·
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Sample application /// Semiconductor fabrication /// Sample application /// Semiconductor /// Automation solutions /// Automation solutions /// Automation solutions /// Automation
Semiconductor
fabrication
A world of
automation solutions
Robots
The exceptionally dynamic performance of
the servo motors enables faster handling, increasing the throughput of the entire system.
Wafer
Wafer deposit
Pad (polish)
As processing progresses the wafers get
thinner and their diameters simultaneously
increase, making them increasingly fragile.
The movements executed by the wafer
handling drives must thus be fast but very
smooth, without any sudden shocks or
vibrations. The positioning precision of the
axes that move the polishing pads must be
very high to prevent unnecessary stresses
on the wafers. In addition to this the polishing pads above must be perfectly synchronised with the wafer platens below to meet
the exacting specifications of the polishing
process. The servo components from
Mitsubishi Electric pass all these tests with
flying colours.
Carrier/chuck
Cleaning fluid
Wafer
Pad conditioner
Platen
World wide market
challenges with
productronic
Today electronic is an important part of our
daily life. It helps to make our life more convenient, safe and ensure the energy supply
for tomorrow. Faster smaller and cheaper
components will lead the trend of penetrating our world even more than today. In
order to do so, an enormous pressure for
extremely fast development of technology
and integration is not only the challenge
for the electronic developer but also for the
designer of the production facilities. Needless to say that such facilities can be build
only with the necessary know how and
automation components which are outstanding in performance and quality.
Systems of this kind are installed in clean
rooms, which means that the size of the
system is a key factor in the total cost of
operation (TCO). The Mitsubishi components are so compact that the switchgear
cabinet can be integrated in the machine
bed, saving valuable space. Quick and easy
wiring and an optimum price-performance
ratio are added benefits.
Chemical mechanical
polishing (CMP)
In the sample application shown above
Mitsubishi servo motors rotate the polishing pads and wafer platens, and they are
also used in the handling devices and the
axes that move the polishing pads.
Inverters
LV circuit protection
Laser machines
CNC
controllers
HMI and GOTs
EDM machines
Micro PLCs
Modular PLCs
Mitsubishi offer a wide range of automation equipment from PLCs and HMIs to CNC and EDM machines
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Ethernet
QD Motion CPU
Universal model QnUD CPU
Power supply
Since its beginnings in 1870, some
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MODE
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ERR
USER
BAT
BOOT
The Mitsubishi brand name is recognized
around the world as a symbol of premium
quality.
Q BUS
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USB
Mitsubishi Electric is the market leader in
the area where electronic production is
established. As one of the target markets
Mitsubishi offers as well the know how as
the products for reliable, stable and high
efficiency productronic systems.
RS-232
CC-Link IE
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Mitsubishi Electric Corporation represents
space development, transportation, semiconductors, energy systems, communications and information processing,
audio visual equipment, home electronics, building and energy management and
automation systems, and has 237 factories
and laboratories worldwide in over
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This is why you can rely on a Mitsubishi
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MR-J3
Servo Amplifiers and Motors
Advanced Servo Technology
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