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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
1 Introduction to the MMC Smart Drive............................................................................................. 9
1.1 Overview................................................................................................................................... 9
1.2 Contents of This Manual........................................................................................................... 9
1.3 Software and Manuals............................................................................................................ 10
1.3.1 Required Software and Manuals................................................................................... 10
1.3.2 Suggested Manuals ...................................................................................................... 10
1.4 Danaher Motion Support Contact ........................................................................................... 10
2 Safety Precautions......................................................................................................................... 11
2.1 System Safety ........................................................................................................................ 11
2.1.1 User Responsibility ....................................................................................................... 11
2.1.2 Safety Instructions......................................................................................................... 11
2.2 Safety Signs ........................................................................................................................... 12
2.3 Warning Labels....................................................................................................................... 12
2.4 Safety First ............................................................................................................................. 13
2.5 Safety Inspection .................................................................................................................... 13
2.5.1 Before Starting System ................................................................................................. 13
2.6 After Shutdown ....................................................................................................................... 13
2.7 Operating Safely..................................................................................................................... 14
2.8 Electrical Service & Maintenance Safety ................................................................................ 14
2.9 Safe Cleaning Practices ......................................................................................................... 15
3 Installing the Drive ......................................................................................................................... 17
3.1 Storing the Drive Before Installation ...................................................................................... 17
3.2 Unpacking the Drive ............................................................................................................... 17
3.3 Handling an MMC Smart Drive ............................................................................................... 17
3.4 Inspecting the Drive Before Installation ..................................................................................17
3.5 Complying with European Directives ...................................................................................... 18
3.6 Conforming with UL and cUL Standards ................................................................................ 18
3.7 General Installation and Ventilation Requirements ................................................................ 18
3.8 Controlling Heat Within the System ........................................................................................19
3.9 Bonding ................................................................................................................................. 20
3.9.1 Bonding a Subpanel Using a Stud ................................................................................ 20
3.9.2 Bonding a Ground Bus Using a Stud ............................................................................ 20
3.9.3 Bonding a Ground Bus or Chassis Using a Bolt ........................................................... 20
3.9.4 Grounding Multiple Drive Cabinets ............................................................................... 21
3.9.5 Bonding Multiple Subpanels.......................................................................................... 21
3.10 Drive Mounting Guidelines ................................................................................................... 21
3.11 Drive System Grounding Procedures ................................................................................... 22
3.11.2 Grounding Multiple Drives in the Same Cabinet ......................................................... 25
3.12 System Wiring Guidelines .................................................................................................... 25
3.12.1 Recommended Signal Separation .............................................................................. 26
3.12.2 Building Your Own Cables .......................................................................................... 28
3.12.3 Routing Cables............................................................................................................ 28
3.13 Wiring the Drive .................................................................................................................... 28
3.13.1 Sizing the 24V Power Supply...................................................................................... 28
3.13.2 System AC Power Wiring Guidelines ......................................................................... 29
3.13.3 Connecting Interface Cables ...................................................................................... 30
3.13.4 Preparing Motor Connection Wires ............................................................................ 31
4 System Power Protection and Related Devices.......................................................................... 35
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4.1 AC Input Power Requirements............................................................................................... 35
4.2 Protection ............................................................................................................................... 36
4.2.1 Motor Overload Protection............................................................................................ 36
4.2.2 Motor Thermal Protection ............................................................................................. 36
4.2.3 230V Smart Drive Protection Requirements................................................................. 36
4.2.4 460V Smart Drive Protection Requirements................................................................. 37
4.3 Line Reactors ......................................................................................................................... 40
4.3.1 Specifications and Dimensions for Required Line Reactors......................................... 41
4.4 Isolation Transformers ........................................................................................................... 47
4.5 External Shunts...................................................................................................................... 48
4.5.1 Choosing an External Shunt......................................................................................... 48
4.5.2 External Shunt Resistor Kits ......................................................................................... 49
4.6 Line Filters.............................................................................................................................. 53
4.6.1 Line Filters and CE Compliance ................................................................................... 53
4.6.2 Dimensions for 230V Line Filters.................................................................................. 58
4.6.3 Dimensions for 460V Line Filters.................................................................................. 59
5 230V Single Phase MMC Smart Drive .......................................................................................... 61
5.1 LEDs ...................................................................................................................................... 61
5.2 Connectors and Switches on the 230V Drive......................................................................... 63
5.2.1 PiCPro Port (Digital Interfaced Drives) ......................................................................... 64
5.2.2 PiCPro Port (Analog Drives) ......................................................................................... 65
5.2.3 Node Address Rotary Switch (Digital Interfaced MMC-SD Only) ................................. 67
5.2.4 Digital Link Ports (Digital Interfaced MMC-SD Only) .................................................... 68
5.2.5 Feedback Connector (F1)............................................................................................. 70
5.2.6 Feedback Connector (F2) (Digital Interfaced MMC-SD Only) ...................................... 73
5.2.7 Drive I/O Connector (IO)............................................................................................... 75
5.2.8 24 VDC IN/Brake Terminal Strip................................................................................... 78
5.2.9 Motor Terminal Strip ..................................................................................................... 79
5.3 Specifications - 230V MMC Smart Drive................................................................................ 80
5.3.1 General Data for all 230V Models ............................................................................... 80
5.3.2 Physical and Electrical Data for 230V Drives ............................................................... 83
5.4 Dimensions for 230V MMC Smart Drive ................................................................................ 84
6 460V 3-Phase MMC Smart Drive................................................................................................... 91
6.1 LEDs ...................................................................................................................................... 91
6.2 Connectors on the 460V Smart Drive .................................................................................... 92
6.2.1 Size 1 460V Smart Drive Connectors ........................................................................... 92
6.2.1.1 Shunt/DC Bus Terminals ................................................................................... 93
6.2.1.2 AC Power Terminal Strip .................................................................................... 94
6.2.1.3 Motor Terminals .................................................................................................. 94
6.2.1.4 24V Power Connector (J1).................................................................................. 95
6.2.1.5 Motor Brake Terminals (X101) ........................................................................... 96
6.2.2 Size 2 460V Drive Smart Drive Connectors ................................................................. 97
6.2.2.1 AC Power Terminals ........................................................................................... 98
6.2.2.2 Motor Power Terminals ....................................................................................... 99
6.2.2.3 24V Power Connector (J1)................................................................................ 100
6.2.3 Size 3 460V Drive Smart Drive Connectors ............................................................... 102
6.2.3.1 AC Power Terminals ......................................................................................... 103
6.2.3.2 Motor Power Terminals ..................................................................................... 104
6.2.3.3 24V Power Connector (J1)................................................................................ 105
6.2.3.4 Motor Brake Terminals (X101) .......................................................................... 106
6.2.4 Size 4 460V Drive Smart Drive Connectors ............................................................... 107
6.2.4.1 AC Power Terminals ........................................................................................ 108
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6.2.4.2 Motor Power Terminals .....................................................................................109
6.2.4.3 24V Power Connector (J1) ................................................................................110
6.2.4.4 Motor Brake Terminals (X101)...........................................................................111
6.2.4.5 Fan Terminals (X36) ..........................................................................................112
6.3 Typical 460V Drive Connection Layout ................................................................................113
6.4 Specifications - 460V MMC Smart Drive) .............................................................................114
6.4.1 Common Data for Size 1, 2, 3, 4 (All Models).............................................................114
6.4.2 Physical/Electrical Data for 460V Size 1 Smart Drives ...............................................117
6.4.3 Physical/Electrical Data for 460V Size 2 Smart Drives ...............................................119
6.4.4 Physical/Electrical Data for 460V Size 3 Smart Drives ...............................................121
6.4.5 Physical/Electrical Data for 460V Size 4 Smart Drives ...............................................123
6.5 Dimensions for the 460V Smart Drives ...............................................................................125
7 Cables and Connections to External Devices ...........................................................................133
7.1 Flex Cable Installation Guidelines ........................................................................................133
7.1.1 Bending Radius...........................................................................................................133
7.1.2 Cable Tension .............................................................................................................133
7.2 Flex Cable Installation ..........................................................................................................134
7.3 I/O Cable Pin Assignments...................................................................................................136
7.4 LSM and MSM Motors Cable Pin Assignments ...................................................................137
7.5 AKM/DDR Motors Cable Pin Assignments ..........................................................................140
7.6 FSM Motors Cable Pin Assignments ...................................................................................144
7.8 Connecting Shunt Modules ..................................................................................................148
7.8.1 Connecting the 230V MMC Smart Drive to 300 W Shunt Module ..............................148
8 Maintenance and Troubleshooting.............................................................................................151
8.1 Maintenance ........................................................................................................................151
8.2 Diagnostics ...........................................................................................................................151
8.2.1 Power-On Diagnostics ................................................................................................151
8.2.1.1 Power LED ........................................................................................................151
8.2.1.2 Diagnostic LEDs ................................................................................................151
8.2.2 Run-Time Diagnostics.................................................................................................152
8.3 Troubleshooting....................................................................................................................152
8.3.1 General Troubleshooting.............................................................................................152
8.3.2 Troubleshooting Drive Diagnostic Fault Codes...........................................................152
8.3.3 Troubleshooting Drive Diagnostic Warning Codes .....................................................159
9 Resolver Interface Option Module..............................................................................................161
9.1 Theory of Operation..............................................................................................................161
9.2 Installing the Resolver Module .............................................................................................161
10 Drive Resident Digital MMC Control.........................................................................................165
10.1 Introduction .........................................................................................................................165
10.1.1 Overview ...................................................................................................................165
10.1.2 Major Components....................................................................................................165
10.2 Installing the Drive Resident Digital MMC Control..............................................................167
10.2.1 Installing into a 230V MMC-SD Drive........................................................................167
10.2.2 Installing into a 460V MMC-SD Drive........................................................................167
10.3 System Wiring Guidelines ..................................................................................................168
10.4 Starting an Operation .........................................................................................................169
10.4.1 Connecting the Drive Resident Digital MMC Control to the Application....................169
10.4.2 Basic Setup and Maintenance Procedures ...............................................................169
10.4.3 Start-up Diagnostics..................................................................................................170
10.4.3.1 Power LED ......................................................................................................170
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10.4.3.2 Scan LED ........................................................................................................ 170
10.4.3.3 Drive Resident Digital MMC Control Start-Up Diagnostic LEDs ..................... 171
10.4.4 MMC Run-Time Diagnostics..................................................................................... 172
10.5 MMC Connections to External Devices for Machine Control ............................................. 173
10.5.1 PiCPro Port (P1) ....................................................................................................... 173
10.5.2 Block I/O Port (C1) ................................................................................................... 173
10.5.3 User Port (C3) .......................................................................................................... 174
10.5.4 Ethernet Port (C4) .................................................................................................... 174
10.5.5 General I/O Port (C5) ............................................................................................... 175
11 Part Numbers ............................................................................................................................. 181
11.1 230V Smart Drives ............................................................................................................ 181
11.2 460V Smart Drives ............................................................................................................ 182
11.3 Option Modules .................................................................................................................. 184
11.3.1 Resolver Interface Option Module ............................................................................ 184
11.3.2 Drive Resident Digital MMC Control ......................................................................... 184
11.4 Direct Connect Cables ....................................................................................................... 185
11.4.1 Drive Programming Cable ........................................................................................ 185
11.4.2 Standalone MMC to MMC Smart Drive I/O Cable .................................................... 185
11.5 Digital Link and Networking Cables .................................................................................. 185
11.6 Connector Kits ................................................................................................................... 186
11.7 Breakout Boards and Cables ............................................................................................. 187
11.7.1 Drive Mounted Breakout Boards .............................................................................. 187
11.7.2 Panel Mounted Breakout Boards.............................................................................. 187
11.7.3 Breakout Board Kits.................................................................................................. 187
11.7.4 Breakout Board Cables ............................................................................................ 188
11.7.5 Flying Lead Cables................................................................................................... 189
11.8 Motor Cables (AKM/DDR Motors) ..................................................................................... 190
11.8.1 Feedback Cables (AKM/DDR Motors)...................................................................... 190
11.8.2 Motor Power Cables (AKM/DDR Motors) ................................................................. 192
11.9 Motor Cables (LSM/MSM Motors)...................................................................................... 193
11.9.1 Feedback Cables (LSM/MSM Motors) ..................................................................... 193
11.9.2 Power Cables for Blower Fan (LSM/MSM Motors)................................................... 194
11.9.3 Motor Power Cables (LSM/MSM Motors) ................................................................. 194
11.10 Optional External Devices ............................................................................................... 196
11.10.1 AC Line Filters ........................................................................................................ 196
11.10.2 AC Line Reactors .................................................................................................. 196
11.10.3 External Shunt Resistor Kits................................................................................... 197
11.11 Software ........................................................................................................................... 197
12 Declarations of Conformity ...................................................................................................... 199
Appendix A - 460V MMC Smart Drive DC Bus Sharing............................................................... 205
A.1 Introduction .......................................................................................................................... 205
A.2 DC Bus Sharing with AC Power to All Drives ...................................................................... 205
A.3 DC Bus Sharing with AC Power to One Drive ..................................................................... 207
Index ................................................................................................................................................ 211
Sales and Service ........................................................................................................................... 214
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Introduction to the MMC Smart Drive
1.1
Overview
This manual covers two distinct products:
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The Analog Interfaced MMC Smart Drive (MMC-SD) which receives motion commands via a +10V analog input
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The Digital MMC Smart Drive (MMC-SD) which receives motion commands via a
digital connection (Digital Link)
Unless otherwise noted, all of the information in this manual applies to both drives.
Features include:
1.2
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230V, Single Phase drives available with power ratings of .5kW, 1kW, and 2 kW
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460V, Three Phase drives available with power ratings of 1.3kW through 65kW
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Drive firmware in user upgradeable Flash memory
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Serial port for communications with PC-resident PiCPro
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Internal switch to control a mechanical brake
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Green Power LED and yellow Diagnostic LED
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Motor feedback types include incremental encoder, high resolution encoder, and
resolver.
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Eight General Purpose 24VDC Inputs
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Four General Purpose 24VDC outputs
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+10V command input (Analog Interfaced MMC-SD only)
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Digital Link digital connections (Digital MMC-SD only)
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Optional MMC-SD Control (for Digital MMC-SD only)
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UL Listed and CE Marked.
Contents of This Manual
This manual includes the following major topics:
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Information to safely operate and maintain the equipment in a safe manner.
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User responsibilities for product acceptance and storage.
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Power and environmental information for general power, control cabinet, grounding, heat control and handling.
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Procedures for mounting, wiring, and connecting the MMC Smart Drive and standard Danaher Motion motors recommended for use with the MMC Smart Drive.
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Recommended drive system wiring guidelines for signal separation and differential devices. Methods to ensure ElectroMagnetic Compatibility.
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The location of connectors on the drive and descriptions of their functionality
including I/O, encoder, serial interface and motor/brake connector locations and
signal descriptions.
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Physical, electrical, environmental and functional specifications/dimensions.
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Description of the minimal maintenance necessary.
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A troubleshooting chart of potential problems and possible solutions.
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Part numbers and descriptions for the drive and related equipment.
1.3
Software and Manuals
1.3.1
Required Software and Manuals
PiCPro (one of the following)
1.3.2
1.4
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Professional Edition
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MMC Limited Edition
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Monitor Edition
Suggested Manuals
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Function/Function Block Reference Guide
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Motion Application Specific Function Block Manual
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Ethernet Application Specific Function Block Manual
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General Purpose Application Specific Function Block
Manual
Danaher Motion Support Contact
Contact your local Danaher Motion representative for:
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Sales and order support
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Product technical training
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Warranty support
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Support service agreements
Danaher Motion Technical Support can be reached:
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In the United States, telephone (800) 558-4808
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Outside the United States, telephone (920) 921-7100
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E-mail address: glmotion.support@danahermotion.com
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Web site: www.glcontrols.com
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Safety Precautions
READ AND UNDERSTAND THIS SECTION IN ITS ENTIRETY
BEFORE UNDERTAKING INSTALLATION OR ADJUSTMENT OF
THE MMC SMART DRIVE AND ANY ASSOCIATED SYSTEMS OR
EQUIPMENT
The instructions contained in this section will help users to operate and maintain the
equipment in a safe manner.
PLEASE REMEMBER THAT SAFETY IS EVERYONE'S
RESPONSIBILITY
2.1
System Safety
The basic rules of safety set forth in this section are intended as a guide for the safe
operation of equipment. This general safety information, along with explicit service,
maintenance and operational materials, make up the complete instruction set. All
personnel who operate, service or are involved with this equipment in any way should
become totally familiar with this information prior to operating.
2.1.1
User Responsibility
It is the responsibility of the user to ensure that the procedures set forth here are
followed and, should any major deviation or change in use from the original
specifications be required, appropriate procedures should be established for the
continued safe operation of the system. It is strongly recommended that you contact
your OEM to ensure that the system can be safely converted for its new use and
continue to operate in a safe manner.
2.1.2
Safety Instructions
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Do not operate your equipment with safety devices bypassed or covers removed.
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Only qualified personnel should operate the equipment.
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Never perform service or maintenance while automatic control sequences are in
operation.
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To avoid shock or serious injury, only qualified personnel should perform maintenance on the system.
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ATTENTION
Do not touch the main power supply fuses or any components internal to the power modules while the main
power supply switch is ON. Note that when the main
power switch is OFF, the incoming supply cable may
be live.
•
GROUNDING (Protective Earth)
The equipment must be grounded (connected to the protective earth connection)
according to OEM recommendations and to the latest local regulations for electrical
safety. The grounding (protective earth) conductor must not be interrupted inside or
outside the equipment enclosures. The wire used for equipment grounding
(connection to protective earth) should be green with a yellow stripe.
2.2
Safety Signs
The purpose of a system of safety signs is to draw attention to objects and situations
which could affect personal or plant safety. It should be noted that the use of safety
signs does not replace the need for appropriate accident prevention measures.
Always read and follow the instructions based upon the level of hazard or potential
danger.
2.3
Warning Labels
Hazard warning
Danger Electric
Shock Risk
When you see this safety sign on a system, it gives a warning of a hazard or
possibility of a hazard existing. The type of warning is given by the pictorial
representation on the sign plus text if used.
To ignore such a caution could lead to severe injury or death arising from an unsafe
practice.
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Danger, Warning, or Caution warning
Symbol plus DANGER, WARNING or CAUTION:
These notices provide information intended to prevent potential
sonal injury and equipment damage.
Hot Surface warning
Symbol plus HOT SURFACE:
These notices provide information intended to prevent potential pe
sonal injury.
2.4
Safety First
Danaher Motion equipment is designed and manufactured with consideration and
care to generally accepted safety standards. However, the proper and safe
performance of the equipment depends upon the use of sound and prudent operating,
maintenance and servicing procedures by trained personnel under adequate
supervision.
For your protection, and the protection of others, learn and always follow these safety
rules. Observe warnings on machines and act accordingly. Form safe working habits
by reading the rules and abiding by them. Keep these safety rules handy and review
them from time to time to refresh your understanding of them.
2.5
Safety Inspection
2.5.1
Before Starting System
2.6
•
Ensure that all guards and safety devices are installed and operative and all doors
which carry warning labels are closed and locked.
•
Ensure that all personnel are clear of those areas indicated as potentially hazardous.
•
Remove (from the operating zone) any materials, tools or other objects that could
cause injury to personnel or damage the system.
•
Make sure that the control system is in an operational condition.
•
Make certain that all indicating lights, horns, pressure gauges or other safety
devices or indicators are in working order.
After Shutdown
Make certain all controlled equipment in the plant is safe and the associated electrical,
pneumatic or hydraulic power is turned off. It is permissible for the control equipment
contained in enclosures to remain energized provided this does not conflict with the
safety instructions found in this section.
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Do not operate the control system until you read and understand the operating
instructions and become thoroughly familiar with the system and the controls.
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Never operate the control system while a safety device or guard is removed or
disconnected
•
Where access to the control system is permitted for manual operation, only those
doors which provide that access should be unlocked. They should be locked
immediately after the particular operation is completed.
•
Never remove warnings that are displayed on the equipment. Torn or worn labels
should be replaced.
•
Do not start the control system until all personnel in the area have been warned.
•
Never sit or stand on anything that might cause you to fall onto the control equipment or its peripheral equipment.
•
Horseplay around the control system and its associated equipment is dangerous
and should be prohibited.
ATTENTION
Know the emergency stop
procedures for the system.
2.8
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Never operate the equipment outside specification limits.
•
Keep alert and observe indicator lights, system messages and warnings that are
displayed on the system.
•
Do not operate faulty or damaged equipment. Make certain proper service and
maintenance procedures have been performed.
Electrical Service & Maintenance Safety
•
ALL ELECTRICAL OR ELECTRONIC MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE
SHOULD BE PERFORMED BY TRAINED AND AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL
ONLY.
•
It should be assumed at all times that the POWER is ON and all conditions treated
as live. This practice assures a cautious approach which may prevent accident or
injury.
•
To remove power:
LOCK THE SUPPLY CIRCUIT DISCONNECTING MEANS IN THE OPEN POSITION.
APPLY LOCKOUT/TAGOUT DEVICES IN ACCORDANCE WITH A DOCUMENTED AND ESTABLISHED POLICY.
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Make sure the circuit is safe by using the proper test equipment. Check test equipment regularly.
ATTENTION
Care should be taken if you are manually discharging
the bus capacitors.
WARNING
Even after power to the drive is removed, it may take up
to 10 minutes for bus capacitors to discharge to a level
below 50 VDC. To be sure the capacitors are discharged, measure the voltage across the + and - terminals for the DC bus.
•
2.9
There may be circumstances where troubleshooting on live equipment is required.
Under such conditions, special precautions must be taken:
•
Make sure your tools and body are clear of the areas of equipment which may
be live.
•
Extra safety measures should be taken in damp areas.
•
Be alert and avoid any outside distractions.
•
Make certain another qualified person is in attendance.
•
Before applying power to any equipment, make certain that all personnel are clear
of associated equipment.
•
Control panel doors should be unlocked only when checking out electrical equipment or wiring. On completion, close and lock panel doors.
•
All covers on junction panels should be fastened closed before leaving any job.
•
Never operate any controls while others are performing maintenance on the system.
•
Do not bypass a safety device.
•
Always use the proper tool for the job.
•
Replace the main supply fuses only when electrical power is OFF (locked out).
Safe Cleaning Practices
•
Do not use toxic or flammable solvents to clean control system hardware.
•
Turn off electrical power (lock out) before cleaning control system assemblies.
•
Keep electrical panel covers closed and power off when cleaning an enclosure.
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Always clean up spills around the equipment immediately after they occur.
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Never attempt to clean a control system while it is operating.
•
Never use water to clean control equipment unless you are certain that the equipment has been certified as sealed against water ingress. Water is a very good
conductor of electricity and the single largest cause of death by electrocution.
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NOTE
The National Electrical Code and any other governing regional or local
codes overrule the information in this manual. Danaher Motion does not assume responsibility for the user’s compliance or non-compliance with any
code, national, local or otherwise, for the proper installation of this drive and
associated systems or equipment. Failure to abide by applicable codes creates the hazard of personal injury and/or equipment damage.
3.1
Storing the Drive Before Installation
The drive should remain in the shipping container prior to installation. If the equipment
is not to be used for a period of time, store it as follows:
3.2
•
Use a clean, dry location
•
Maintain the storage temperature and humidity as shown in the specifications
section of this manual.
•
Store it where it cannot be exposed to a corrosive atmosphere
•
Store it in a non-construction area
Unpacking the Drive
Remove all packing material, wedges, and braces from within and around the
components. After unpacking, check the name plate Material Number against the
purchase order of the item(s) against the packing list. The model number, serial
number and manufacturing date code are located on the side of the unit.
3.3
Handling an MMC Smart Drive
The case protects the MMC Smart Drive’s internal circuitry against mechanical
damage in shipping and handling.
However, like any electronic device, the circuitry can be destroyed by:
3.4
•
Conditions exceeding those detailed in the specifications tables shown in the
Specifications sections in this manual.
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moisture condensing inside the module
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static discharge
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exposure to a magnetic field strong enough to induce a current in the circuitry
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vibration, and other hazards
Inspecting the Drive Before Installation
Inspect the unit for any physical damage that may have been sustained during
shipment.
If you find damage, either concealed or visible, contact your buyer to make a claim
with the shipper. If degraded performance is detected when testing the unit, contact
your distributor or Danaher Motion. Do this as soon as possible after receipt of the
unit.
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Complying with European Directives
For industrial products installed within the European Union or EEC regions, certain
directives and standards apply. See “Conformity” in the Specifications sections of
Chapters 5 and 6 for applicable directives.
Servo amplifiers are considered to be subsystems when incorporated into electrical
plants and machines for industrial use. The Danaher Motion servo amplifiers have
been designed and tested as such. They bear the CE mark and are provided with a
Declaration of Conformance. However, it is the overall machine or system design that
must meet European Directives and standards. To help the manufacturer of the
machine or plant meet these directives and standards, specific guidelines are
provided in this documentation. These include such things as shielding, grounding,
filters, treatment of connectors and cable layout.
3.6
Conforming with UL and cUL Standards
Danaher Motion drives meet safety and fire hazard requirements as outlined in
“Conformity” in the Specifications sections of Chapter 12, Declarations of Conformity.
3.7
General Installation and Ventilation Requirements
•
The drive must be enclosed in a grounded NEMA12 enclosure offering protection
to IP55 such that they are not accessible to an operator or unskilled person, in
®
order to comply with UL and CE requirements. A NEMA 4X enclosure exceeds
these requirements providing protection to IP66.
•
The environmental conditions must not exceed those detailed in the specifications
tables shown in the Specifications sections in this manual.
•
Install the panel on a properly bonded, flat, rigid, non-painted galvanized steel,
vertical surface that won’t be subjected to shock, vibration, moisture, oil mist, dust,
or corrosive vapors.
•
Maintain minimum clearances for proper airflow, easy module access, and proper
cable bend radius.
•
Plan the installation of your system so that you can perform all cutting, drilling,
tapping, and welding with the drive removed from the enclosure. Because the
drive is of the open type construction, be careful to keep any metal debris from
falling into it. Metal debris or other foreign matter can become lodged in the circuitry, which can result in damage to components.
The MMC Smart Drive is suitable for operation in a pollution degree 2 environment
(i.e., normally, only non-conductive pollution occurs). Install the drive away from all
sources of strong electromagnetic noise. Such noise can interfere with MMC Smart
Drive operation.
Protect the MMC Smart Drive system from all the following:
•
conductive fluids and particles
•
corrosive atmosphere
•
explosive atmosphere
Diagrams included with this manual and recommendations may be modified if
necessary so the wiring conforms to current NEC standards or government
regulations.
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Table 3-1: Cabinet Clearance Dimensions
Minimum Clearance
Location
230V Drive
460V Drive
Above Drive Body
2.0 in. (50.8 mm)
4.0 in. (100 mm)
Below Drive Body
2.0 in. (50.8 mm)
4.0 in. (100 mm)
Each Side of Drive
.50 in. (12.7 mm)
None
In Front of Drive (for cabling)
3.0 in. (76.2 mm)
3.0 in. (76.2 mm)
NOTE
Use filtered or conditioned air in ventilated cabinets. The air should be free of
oil, corrosives, or electrically conductive contaminants.
3.8
Controlling Heat Within the System
The MMC Smart Drive hardware case is designed to promote air circulation and
dissipate heat. Normally no fans or air conditioners are needed. However, if the
environment outside the control cabinet is hot or humid, you may need to use a fan,
heat exchanger, dehumidifier or air conditioner to provide the correct operating
environment.
Make sure that the temperature and humidity within the drive cabinet does not exceed
that which is shown in the specifications sections of this manual.
Make sure that components installed in the cabinet with the MMC Smart Drive do not
raise the temperature above system limits and that any hot spots do not exceed
specifications. For example, when heat-generating components such as transformers,
other drives or motor controls are installed, separate them from the drive by doing one
of the following:
•
Place them near the top of the control cabinet so their heat output rises away from
the MMC Smart Drive.
•
Put them in another control cabinet above or to one side of the cabinet with the
MMC Smart Drive. This protects the MMC Smart Drive from both heat and electrical noise.
The MMC Smart Drive itself is a source of heat, though in most installations its heat
dissipates without harmful effects. System heat is generated from power dissipated
by:
•
the drive
•
field side input/output components
•
other drives in the cabinet
•
the logic power supply
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If the MMC Smart Drive is operated outside the recommended environmental limits, it may be damaged. This will void the warranty.
3.9
Bonding
Connecting metal chassis, assemblies, frames, shields and enclosures to reduce the
effects of electromagnetic interference (EMI) is the process of bonding.
Most paints act as insulators. To achieve a good bond between system components,
surfaces need to be paint-free or metal plated. Bonding metal surfaces creates a lowimpedance exit path for high-frequency energy. Improper bonding blocks this direct
exit path and allows high-frequency energy to travel elsewhere in the cabinet.
Excessive high-frequency energy can negatively affect the operation of the drive.
3.9.1
Bonding a Subpanel Using a Stud
1. Weld threaded mounting studs to the back of the enclosure.
2. Brush off any non-conductive materials (e.g. paint) from the studs.
3. Remove any non-conductive materials from the front of the subpanel.
4. Position the mounting holes on the subpanel over the mounting studs on the back
of the enclosure and slide the subpanel onto the studs.
5. Attach the subpanel to the mounting stud by sliding a star washer over the stud
and then turn and tighten a nut onto the stud.
3.9.2
Bonding a Ground Bus Using a Stud
1. Weld threaded mounting studs to the back of the subpanel.
2. Brush off any non-conductive materials (e.g. paint) from the studs.
3. Slide a flat washer over the studs.
4. Remove any non-conductive materials from around the mounting hole on the
chassis mounting bracket or ground bus.
5. Position the mounting hole of the chassis or ground bus over the studs on the
back of the subpanel and slide the mounting bracket or ground bus onto the stud.
6. Attach the subpanel to the subpanel stud by sliding a star washer and then a flat
washer over the stud. Turn and tighten a nut onto the stud.
3.9.3
Bonding a Ground Bus or Chassis Using a Bolt
1. Brush off any non-conductive materials (e.g. paint) from the threaded bolt (s).
2. Slide a star washer over the threaded bolt (s).
3. Use a subpanel having tapped mounting holes. Remove any non-conductive
materials from around the mounting holes on both sides of the subpanel.
4. Turn the threaded bolts into the subpanel mounting holes.
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5. Slide a star washer onto the threaded end of the bolt.
6. Turn and tighten a nut onto the stud.
7. Slide a flat washer onto the threaded end of the bolt.
8. Position the mounting holes on the groundbus or mounting bracket over the
threaded bolts and turn the bolts until they come through the grounding bus or
mounting bracket.
9. Slide a star washer onto the threaded end of the bolt.
10. Slide a flat washer onto the threaded end of the bolt.
11. Turn and tighten a nut onto the bolt.
3.9.4
Grounding Multiple Drive Cabinets
1. Mount one bonded ground bus in each cabinet.
2. Designate the cabinet ground bus in one and only one of the cabinets as the common ground bus for all of the cabinets in the system.
3. Connect the ground wires from the ground bus in each individual cabinet ground
bus to the designated common ground bus (mounted in only one of the cabinets).
4. Connect the common cabinet ground bus to an external ground system that is
connected to a single point ground.
3.9.5
Bonding Multiple Subpanels
Danaher Motion recommends bonding both the top and bottom of subpanels sharing
the same enclosure. Use a 25.4 mm (1.0 in.) x 6.35 mm (0.25) wire braid. Be sure the
area around each wire braid fastener is clear of any non-conductive materials. Bond
the cabinet ground bus to at least one of the subpanels.
NOTE
Subpanels that are not bonded together may not share a common low impedance path. This difference in impedance may affect networks and other
devices that span multiple panels.
3.10
Drive Mounting Guidelines
•
A control cabinet for the MMC Smart Drive should have a NEMA-12 rating or better. A cabinet with this rating protects its contents from dust and mechanical damage.
•
The cabinet must be large enough to provide adequate air circulation for the MMC
Smart Drive and other components. Always allow for adequate air flow through
the MMC Smart Drive vents.
•
The cabinet must have a rigid non-painted galvanized metal surface to mount the
MMC Smart Drive on.
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The cabinet door should open fully for easy access.
IMPORTANT
Post warnings according to National, State, or local codes for the voltage
present in the control cabinet. Diagrams included with this manual and recommendations may be modified if necessary so the wiring conforms to current NEC standards or government regulations.
NOTE
This drive contains parts and assemblies that are sensitive to ESD (Electrostatic Discharge). Follow static control precautions during installation, testing, service, or repair of this assembly. Parts and assemblies can be
damaged if proper precautions are not taken.
1. Lay out the positions for the drive and accessories in the enclosure.
2. Attach the drive to the cabinet, first using the upper mounting slots of the drive and
then the lower. The recommended mounting hardware is M5 metric(#10-32).
3. Tighten all mounting fasteners.
3.11
Drive System Grounding Procedures
The ground of the MMC Smart Drive power source must be connected directly to a
Single Point Ground (SPG) tie block. The tie block should be made of brass or
copper, bolted or brazed to the control cabinet. If the tie block is bolted rather than
brazed, scrape away paint or grease at the point of contact. Put star washers between
the tie block and the cabinet to ensure good electrical contact.
Metal enclosures of power supplies, drives, etc., should also have good electrical
contact with the SPG.
Metal enclosures of power supplies, drives, etc., should also have good electrical
contact with the SPG.
CAUTION
The Single Point Ground should be the only common point for all the ground
lines. If not, ground loops may cause current flow among components of the
system which can interfere with proper operation of the MMC Smart Drive.
Devices to be connected directly to the Single Point Ground include:
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Plant safety ground.
•
Protective earth ground(s) from the MMC Smart Drive power terminals.
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The metal panel or cabinet on which the MMC Smart Drive is mounted.
•
“Common” or “0 V” lines from power supplies that provide +24 power to devices
and external power to the I/O modules and the devices to which they are connected.
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Protective grounds from the devices themselves, such as device drivers, machinery, and operator interface devices.
•
Protective earth ground from line and load sides of any AC line filters.
•
The ground of the power source of the computer workstation or laptop, if any, from
which you monitor the system operation. An AC outlet in the control cabinet is recommended.
•
Single point grounds from other control cabinets, if any, in the system.
IMPORTANT
You must ensure that the “0V” or “Common” of all devices connected to the
MMC Smart Drive are connected to Single Point Ground (SPG). Failure to
do so may result in erratic operation or damage to the MMC Smart Drive and
devices connected to it. Examples of devices connected to the MMC Smart
Drive include the power source that supplies power to the MMC Smart Drive
and devices connected to the MMC Smart Drive PiCPro Port. Note that
some devices (for example, a Personal Computer) may have their “0V” and
“Protective Earth Ground” connected together internally, in which case only
one connection has to be made to SPG for that device. Also note that the
AC/DC converter for some portable PCs have chassis connected from the
wall plug to the PC. The ground for the AC outlet must be connected to the
SPG.
Also, you must ensure that the MMC Smart Drive “Protective Earth Ground”
connection is connected to SPG, and that the MMC Smart Drive is mounted
to a metal panel or enclosure that is connected to SPG.
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3.11.1 Grounding Requirements
Figure 3-1: Example of Grounding Required for CE Compliant Single Phase
230V Drive System
In-coming
AC Power (Mains)
In-coming
Supply
Ground
Terminal
ENCLOSURE
Supply Circuit
Disconnecting
Means
P
1
24V Power
Supply
I
N
+24V
COM
PE
O
U
T
BR+
BR-
F
1
DC BUS
SCPD
M
AC Line
Filter
B+
BL1
F
2
L2
M
U
V
W
I
O
Drive I/O
CAUTION - Risk of Electric Shock
High Voltage may exist up to 10 minutes after removing power
Motor
Feedback
Single Point
Ground (SPG)*
Auxiliary
Power
* Equipment Ground, AC Common, and DC Common are
tied together at one point only, Single Point Ground (SPG).
•
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Motor Power
Grounding
Clamp
To Workstation
or other Device
Machine
Base
Mount the filter as close to the Drive as possible. If the distance exceeds 600 mm
(2.0 ft), use shielded cable between the Drive and the filter, strapping the shield to
chassis at each end of the cable. This is particularly important for attenuation of
higher frequency emissions (5-30 MHz).
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Shield or separate the wires connecting the AC power to the filter from other
power cables (e.g., connections between the Drive and the filter, motor power
cable, etc.). If the connections are not separated from each other, the EMI on the
Drive side of the filter can couple over to the source side of the filter, thereby
reducing or eliminating the filter’s effectiveness. The coupling mechanism can
radiate or allow stray capacitance between the wires.
•
Bond the filter and the Drive to a grounded conductive surface (the enclosure) to
establish a high frequency (HF) connection. To achieve the HF ground, the contact surface interface between the filter, Drive, and the enclosure should be free
from paint or any other type of insulator.
•
Size the filter following manufacturer recommendations.
•
Provide a large enough ground bar to connect all wires with no more than two
wires per connection.
•
Clamp motor power cable shield for EMC termination.
IMPORTANT
Filter AC power to the drives to be compliant to CE emission requirements.
WARNING
High voltage exists in AC line filters. The filter must be
grounded properly before applying power. Filter capacitors retain high voltages after power removal. Before
handling the equipment, voltages should be measured
to determine safe levels. Failure to observe this precaution could result in personal injury.
3.11.2
Grounding Multiple Drives in the Same Cabinet
1. Mount a common bonded ground bus in the cabinet.
2. Connect the ground wires for all drives to the common bonded cabinet ground
bus.
3. Connect the common bonded cabinet ground bus to an external ground system
that is connected to a single point ground.
3.12
System Wiring Guidelines
The MMC Smart Drive relies on electrical signals to report what is going on in the
application and to send commands to it. In addition, signals are constantly being
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exchanged within the system. The MMC Smart Drive is designed for use in industrial
environments, but some guidelines should be followed.
This section contains common system wiring configurations, size, and practices that
can be used in a majority of applications. National Electrical Code, local electrical
codes, special operating temperatures, duty cycles, or system configurations take
precedence over the values and methods provided.
Wherever possible, install wiring and related components in the following order:
1. main power line disconnecting means
2. transformer (optional)
3. fuses (SCPD)
4. motor control
5. line reactor (as required)
6. line filter (optional)
7. device protection fuses (as required)
8. drive
9. shunt resistors (optional)
3.12.1
Recommended Signal Separation
Danaher Motion recommends separation of low level signals (encoder, analog,
communications, fast DC inputs) from high voltage or high current lines. Maintain at
least two inches of separation.
Inside a control cabinet, connect the shields of shielded cables at the MMC Smart
Drive. It is recommended that factory cables (from Danaher Motion) are used between
MMC drives, controls, and motors to ensure CE compliance.
WARNING
Use care when wiring I/O devices to the MMC Smart Drive
and when plugging in cables. Wiring the wrong device to the
connector or plugging a connector into the wrong location
could cause intermittent or incorrect machine operation or
damage to equipment.
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WARNING: FEEDBACK DEVICE DAMAGE
Feedback Cable Installation and Removal
All power to the Smart Drive (24 Vdc and main AC power) must
be removed before connecting/disconnecting feedback cable
connectors at the Smart Drive (F1 and F2 connector) or at the
motor feedback device. Also, all connections must be secure
when power is applied. Failure to follow these precautions may
result in damage to the feedback device or Smart Drive.
Figure 3-2: Recommended Signal Separation
PICPRO COMMUNICATIONS CABLE
MOTOR FEEDBACK CABLE
MMC
Smart
Drive
MOTOR POWER CABLE
Drive I/O CABLE
COM
24V
Power
Connector
Capacitor
(.001 uF)
INCOMING
AC POWER
(MAINS)
+
DC POWER SUPPLY
GND
SINGLE-POINT GROUND
SINGLE-POINT GROUND
SINGLE POINT GROUND (SPG)
To prevent excessive conducted emissions from a DC power source (typically 24V)
used for digital I/O, a .001 micro farad capacitor should be used. Connect the
capacitor from the +24V DC to COMMON at the distribution terminals.
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Building Your Own Cables
•
Connect the cable shield to the connector shells on both ends of the cable for a
complete 360 degree connection.
•
Use a twisted pair cable whenever possible, twisting differential signals with each
other, and single-ended signals with the appropriate ground return.
NOTE
Danaher Motion cables are designed to minimize EMI and are recommended over hand-built cables.
3.12.3
Routing Cables
Guidelines for routing cables in a cabinet include the following:
3.13
•
Always route power and control cables separately.
•
Do not run high and low voltage wires/cable in the same wireway.
•
Cross high and low voltage conductors at 90 degree angles.
•
On parallel cable runs, maximize the distance between high and low voltage
cables.
•
Maintain the least amount of unshielded cable leads.
Wiring the Drive
These procedures assume you have bonded and mounted your MMC Smart Drive to
the subpanel and that there is no power applied to the system.
3.13.1
Sizing the 24V Power Supply
When you size your power supply, you must ensure that the supply is large enough to
handle the total load. Refer to the specification tables for the +24VDC input power
requirements.
In most cases, one power supply can be used for an entire control system. However,
depending upon the drives and external I/O used in the application, the power
distribution may be split into two or more power supplies.
Use of switches in series with the 24VDC power input is not recommended. The drive
contains energy storage capacitors at the inputs. While no harm is done to the drive,
this much capacitance across the 24VDC source may cause voltage dips when the
switch in series with the 24VDC power is closed.
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CAUTION
A possible ignition hazard within the MMC Smart Drive exists if excessive
current is drawn from the 24 VDC powering the MMC Smart Drive. To prevent this possibility (due to improper wiring or 24 VDC supply failure), a fuse
should be used in series with the 24 VDC to the MMC Smart Drive. Specifically, a 4 A max. “UL248 Series” fuse should be used. In addition, the 24
VDC shall be supplied by an isolating source such that the maximum open
circuit voltage available to the MMC Smart Drive is not more than 30 VDC.
The +24V power to the MMC Smart Drive is connected through a Phoenix 5-pin
connector with a plug-in terminal block. The ground from the power source and the
ground from the MMC Smart Drive must be connected to the Single-Point Ground
(SPG). Devices connected to the Drive I/O Port may have their own power sources for
input or output control signals provided that each one is:
•
at the correct voltage and current levels for the module and the device.
•
connected to the same Single-Point Ground that the MMC Smart Drive uses.
It is recommended that the same main disconnect switch be used for the MMC Smart
Drive and for all devices in the application.
IMPORTANT
No matter how the system is installed, before you connect the MMC Smart
Drive to the application, make sure that power is off to the system and to the
devices that are wired to the MMC Smart Drive.
3.13.2
System AC Power Wiring Guidelines
NOTE
In addition to the guidelines listed below, follow all national and local electrical codes and regulations.
•
Install a supply circuit disconnecting means.
•
Install a Short Circuit Protective Device (SCPD).
•
Due to high inrush current at power-up, use dual element time delay fuses for the
SCPD.
•
Install additional device protection fusing (460V models). Only high speed type
fuses provide proper protection.
•
Refer to the Specifications sections in Chapter 4 of this manual for device and
conductor requirements.
•
Clamp the motor power cable shield to the drive using the Danaher Motion supplied bracket. Maximum tightening torque for bracket screws is 10 lb-in.
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Use shielded cables and AC line filters (for CE Compliance). Make sure that wiring from the drive to the line filter is as short as possible. Locate common grounding bus bars as close as possible to the drive. The braid shield of the cable should
be clamped at the drive or mounting panel.
•
Power connections for each drive in a system should be separately connected
directly to the AC power supply. Do not daisy chain drive power connections.
•
Make sure the phase to neutral ground voltage does not exceed the input ratings
of the drive when using an autotransformer.
Connecting Interface Cables
IMPORTANT
This drive contains ESD (Electrostatic Discharge) sensitive parts and assemblies. Follow static control precautions when installing, testing, servicing,
or repairing components in a drive system.
•
Plug PiCPro cable into the PiCPro port (9-pin D-shell for the Analog Interfaced
MMC-SD, and 6-pin mini-din for the Digital Interfaced MMC-SD).
•
Plug the one 15-pin D-shell, Feedback cable into the FBK1 connector.
•
Plug the 26-pin D-shell, Drive I/O cable into the I/O connector.
•
Tighten the attachment screws for all cables to the drive connectors.
WARNING
To avoid personal injury and/or equipment damage:
•Ensure installation complies with specifications regarding wire
types, conductor sizes, branch circuit protection, and disconnect devices. The National Electrical Code (NEC) and
local codes outline provisions for safely installing electrical
equipment.
•Ensure motor power connectors are used for connection purposes only. Do not use them to turn the unit on and off.
•To avoid personal injury and/or equipment damage, ensure
shielded power cables are grounded to prevent potentially
high voltages on the shield.
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WARNING: FEEDBACK DEVICE DAMAGE
Feedback Cable Installation and Removal
All power to the Smart Drive (24 Vdc and main AC power) must
be removed before connecting/disconnecting feedback cable
connectors at the Smart Drive (F1 and F2 connector) or at the
motor feedback device. Also, all connections must be secure
when power is applied. Failure to follow these precautions may
result in damage to the feedback device or Smart Drive.
3.13.4
Preparing Motor Connection Wires
NOTE
It is recommended that Danaher Motion cables be used. Danaher Motion cables are designed to minimize EMI and are recommended over hand-built
cables.
1. Strip back cable jacket approximately 152 mm (6.0 in.) from the end of the cable.
2. Strip approximately 12 mm (0.50 in.) of insulation from the end of each conductor.
Do not tin ends after stripping.
IMPORTANT
Do not nick, cut or damage wire strands while removing wire insulation.
3. Strip the cable jacket away from the cable until the shield braid is visible. Expose
17 mm (0.68 in.) of cable shield braid.
Figure 3-3: : Motor Cable
Dimension varies
by Drive Model
(1U2)
(1V2)
(1W2)
Ground
Expose 17 mm (0.68 in.) of braid
4. Attach the individual wires from the motor cable to their assigned terminal. Refer
to Chapters 5 and 6 for front panel connectors and terminal assignments.
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5. Tighten each terminal screw.
6. Gently pull on each wire to make sure it does not come out of its terminal. Reinsert and tighten any loose wires.
7. Attach the plastic cover to terminal block
Factory supplied motor power cables for LSM, MSM, FSM, AKM, DDR, CDDR, and
YSM Series motors are shielded, and the power cable is designed to be terminated at
the drive during installation. A small portion of the cable jacket is removed which
exposes the shield braid. The exposed shield braid must be clamped to the drive
chassis using the provided clamp and clamp screws
Figure 3-4: Terminating Motor Power Cable for 230V Drive
I
O
Shield
CAUTION - Risk of Electric Shock
High Voltage may exist up to 10 minutes after removing power
Motor Cable
Jacket
Clamp
Clamp
Screw
Motor
Cable
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Screw
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FROM MAINS
Cable
Jacket
Shield
Clamp Screw
Shield Clamped
to Mounting Panel
Clamp Screw
Maximum 10 cm from
the Edge of the Drive
Cable Jacket
MMC-SD 460 DRIVE
Shield
Clamp
Cable
Jacket
Clamp
Screw
Shield Clamped
to Bottom of Drive
TO MOTOR
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4.1
AC Input Power Requirements
The MMC Smart Drive is powered from an external AC power source. The power
required for each drive type is listed in Table 4-1.
Table 4-1: AC Input Power Requirements
Requirements
Nominal
Input Current
(AmpsRMS)
Drive Modela
Transformer
(kVA)b
Input
Voltage =
120VAC
Input
Voltage =
230VAC
Input
Voltage =
120VAC
Input
Voltage =
230VAC
MMC-SD-0.5-230
5
5
.5
1
MMC-SD-1.0-230
9
9
1
2
MMC-SD-2.0-230
18
18
2
4
Input
Voltage =
230VAC
Input
Voltage =
460VAC
Input
Voltage =
230VAC
Input
Voltage =
460VAC
MMC-SD-1.3-460
2.8
2.44
1.2
3.0
MMC-SD-2.4-460
4.8
4.18
2.0
5.0
MMC-SD-4.0-460
8.1
7.0
3.4
8.5
MMC-SD-6.0-460
12.4
10.8
5.2
12.8
MMC-SD-8.0-460
17.0
14.8
7.0
17.6
MMC-SD-12.0-460
19.2
16.7
8.0
19.5
MMC-SD-16.0-460
24.2
21.1
10.0
25.0
MMC-SD-24.0-460
38.0
33.1
16.0
39.5
MMC-SD-30.0-460
53.0
46.0
22.0
55.0
MMC-SD-42.0-460
70.0
70.0
29.0
73.0
MMC-SD-51.0-460
84.0
73.0
35.0
87.0
MMC-SD-65.0-460
105
91.0
44.0
110
230 Volt Drives
460 Volt Drives
a
a
a. Drive Model pertains to Analog (no dash suffix) and digital (-D & -DN)
b. See section 4.4 on page 47 for calculating application transformer requirement
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Protection
4.2.1
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The MMC Smart Drive utilizes solid state motor overload protection in accordance
with UL508C that operates:
4.2.2
•
within 8 minutes at 200% overload
•
within 20 seconds at 600% overload
Motor Thermal Protection
The motor may be supplied with one of the following thermal protectors:
4.2.3
•
A thermostat (normally closed, contacts rated at 10ma or greater). The thermostat's contact will open when the motor's maximum operating temperature is
exceeded. Connect the thermostat between 0V and pin 11 of the drive's Feedback
Connector (F2).
•
A thermistor (Phillips KTY84-130 PTC or equivalent recommended). The motor
manufacturer will provide the motor's maximum operating temperature. This temperature may be entered into the Motor Temperature Parameters in PiCPro. Connect the thermistor output to pin 11 of the drive's Feedback Connector (F2).
230V Smart Drive Protection Requirements
Two types of Protection must be provided in case the Smart Drive malfunctions:
•
Short Circuit Protection - this protection helps minimize damage to the Smart
Drive in the case of a Short Circuit condition. Short Circuit Protection is required to
meet UL508C requirements.
•
Branch Circuit Over Current Protection - this protection helps minimize damage to
the Smart Drive and helps protect the wiring between the Smart Drive and the
Over Current Protection Device in the case of a sustained Over Current condition.
Over Current Protection must be provided in accordance with NFPA 79 7.2.3 and
7.2.10. Supplemental UL1007 protectors shall not be used to provide Branch Circuit Protection.
When using the 230V Smart Drive, the fuse that provides Short Circuit Protection also
provides Over Current Circuit Protection, therefore a separate Short Circuit Protection
fuse is not required.
Two types of fuses are defined for use with the 230V Smart Drive:
Non-restricted - If the Branch Circuit supplying power to the drive is capable of
delivering no more then 5,000 RMS symetrical short circuit amperes (240V
2
maximum), the fuse type provided for Protection has no “Clearance I t” restrictions,
and must meet the following requirements:
•
have a current rating no greater than the “Maximum Fuse Size” in Table 4-2
•
have an interrupt capability no less than the short circuit rating (Prospective Shortcircuit Symetrical Amperes) of the Branch Circuit supplying the drive.
Restricted - If the Branch Circuit supplying power to the drive is capable of delivering
between 5,000 and 100,000 RMS symetrical short circuit amperes (240V maximum),
2
the fuse type provided for Protection has “Clearance I t” restrictions, and must meet
the following requirements:
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meet both of the requirements for a non-restricted fuse (above)
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be a Class RK1, J, or CC dual element current limiting fuse
Table 4-2: 230V Smart Drive Protection Devices
230V Drive Model
Maximum Fuse Size
a
VIN = 120VAC
b
VIN = 230VAC
MMC-SD-0.5-230
12A
12A
MMC-SD-1.0-230
15A
15A
MMC-SD-2.0-230
30A
30A
a. Drive model pertains to Analog (no dash suffix) and Digital (-D & -DN) versions
b. This is the maximum fuse size that can be used for Device Protection
4.2.4
460V Smart Drive Protection Requirements
Two types of Protection must be provided in case the Smart Drive malfunctions:
•
Short Circuit Protection - this protection helps minimize damage to the Smart
Drive in the case of a Short Circuit condition. Short Circuit Protection is required to
meet UL508C requirements.
•
Branch Circuit Over Current Protection - this protection helps minimize damage to
the Smart Drive and helps protect the wiring between the Smart Drive and the
Over Current Protection Device in the case of a sustained Over Current condition.
Over Current Protection must be provided in accordance with NFPA 79 7.2.3 and
7.2.10. Supplemental UL1007 protectors shall not be used to provide Branch Circuit Protection.
Two types of fuses are defined for use with the 460V Smart Drive:
Non-restricted - If the Branch Circuit supplying power to the drive is capable of
delivering no more then 5,000 RMS symetrical short circuit amperes (480V
2
maximum), the fuse type provided for Protection has no “Clearance I t” restrictions,
and must meet the following requirements:
•
have a current rating no greater than the “Maximum Fuse Size” in Table 4-3
•
have an interrupt capability no less than the short circuit rating (Prospective Shortcircuit Symetrical Amperes) of the Branch Circuit supplying the drive.
Restricted - If the Branch Circuit supplying power to the drive is capable of delivering
between 5,000 and 100,000 RMS symetrical short circuit amperes (480V maximum),
2
the fuse type provided for Protection has “Clearance I t” restrictions, and must meet
the following requirements:
•
meet both of the requirements for a non-restricted fuse (above)
•
have a “Clearance I t” rating no greater than the “”Clearance I t” rating in Table 43
2
2
The requirements for both restricted and non restricted fuses may be meet by using
one of two methods:
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Use a single fuse that meets all requirements. The easiest way to accomplish this
is to use a “Combination Fuse” from Table 4-3. These fuses meet all of the
requirements for both Short Circuit Protection and Over Current Protection, and
may be used on Branch Circuits that supply up to 100,000 RMS symetrical short
circuit amperes (480V maximum).
•
Use two fuses connected in series, that, in combination, meet all of the requirements:
•
Use an Over Current Protection fuse that has a current rating not greater than
the “Maximum Fuse Size” shown in Table 4-3, and an interrupt capability not
less than the short circuit rating (Prospective Short-circuit Symetrical
Amperes) of the Branch Circuit supplying the drive.
•
Use a Short circuit Protection fuse (typically a semiconductor fuse) that has a
2
“Clearance I t” rating not greater than that shown in Table 4-3, and a current
rating greater than the Over Current Protection fuse (to avoid nuisance tripping).
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Table 4-3: 460V Smart Drive Protection Devices
2
460V Drive
a
Model
Maximum Fuse
c
Size
I t
b
Rating
Ferraz (Bussmann)
d
Combination Fuse
VIN =
230VAC
VIN =
460VAC
VIN = 230VAC
VIN = 460VAC
2
11A
9A
HSJ6(DFJ6)
HSJ6(DFJ6)
2
19A
16A
HSJ15(DFJ15)
HSJ15(DFJ15)
2
32A
27A
HSJ15(DFJ15)
HSJ15(DFJ15)
2
a
460 Volt Drives
MMC-SD-1.3-460
< 228A s
MMC-SD-2.4-460
< 228A s
MMC-SD-4.0-460
< 260A s
MMC-SD-6.0-460
< 340A s
49A
41A
HSJ20(DFJ20)
HSJ20(DFJ20)
MMC-SD-8.0-460
< 616A2s
68A
56A
HSJ30(DFJ30)
HSJ25(DFJ25)
MMC-SD-12.0-460
< 1, 555A2s
76A
64A
HSJ35(DFJ35)
HSJ30(DFJ30)
MMC-SD-16.0-460
< 1, 555A2s
96A
80A
HSJ40(DFJ40)
HSJ35(DFJ35)
MMC-SD-24.0-460
< 1, 555A s
152A
126A
HSJ60(DFJ60)
HSJ45(DFJ45)
MMC-SD-30.0-460
< 15,000A2s
212A
176A
N/Ae(DFJ80)
N/Ae(DFJ60)
MMC-SD-42.0-460
< 15,000A2s
280A
233A
HSJ125(DFJ125)
HSJ100(DFJ100)
MMC-SD-51.0-460
< 83,700A2s
336A
280A
HSJ150(DFJ150)
HSJ110(DFJ110)
MMC-SD-65.0-460
< 83,700A2s
420A
350A
HSJ175(DFJ175)
HSJ125(DFJ125)
2
a. Drive model pertains to analog (no dash suffix) and Digital (-D)
2
b. This is the maximum “Clearance I t Rating” of a fuse used for Device Protection. Use a fuse that falls
2
in the operating point below the stated release integral (I t). All of the listed “Combination Fuses”
meet this requirement.
c. This is the maximum fuse size that can be used for Device and Branch Circuit Protection
d. Listed devices are UL Recognized. These fuses have an Interrupt current of 100,000A
e. Combination fuse not available from Ferraz for this drive
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Line Reactors
AC Line Reactors are required when using some models of the MMC Smart Drive.
They protect the drive from impermissible rates of current change and reduce
harmonic current distortions. When required, they are mounted between the drive and
the mains input power source.
NOTE
Multiple drives or inverters on a common power line require one reactor per
drive. Individual reactors provide filtering between each drive (and thereby
reduce crosstalk) and also provide optimum surge protection for each unit. A
single reactor serving several drives does not provide adequate protection,
filtering or harmonic reduction when the system is partially loaded. Refer to
Figure 4-1 for an example of one line reactor connected to one drive.
WARNING
Danger Electric
Shock Risk
The frame of line/load reactors must be grounded at one of the reactor
mounting holes typically by using a star washer under the heads of the
mounting bolts. INJURY OR DEATH MAY RESULT IF THESE SAFETY
PRECAUTIONS ARE NOT OBSERVED.
Figure 4-1: Line Reactor Connection (Simplified)
L1 L2 L3
SCPD
LINE REACTOR
A1
A2
MMC SMART DRIVE
B1
B2
C1
C2
MOTOR
Line reactors are not necessary for the 230V MMC Smart Drives or the 460V size 1
and 2 MMC Smart Drives. Line reactors are required for the 460V size 3 and size 4
MMC Smart Drives.
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Specifications and Dimensions for Required Line Reactors
Table 4-4: MMC-SD-12-460 Line Reactor Specifications
Fundamental
Amperage
25A
Power
Loss
52W
Inductance
1.2 mH
3.00
3.43
MAX
2.35
LABEL
Weight
14 lbs.
Part
Number
M.1302.7373
0.38 x 0.75
(4 SLOTS)
WIRE RANGE: 22-5 AWG
CAUTION - TERMINAL SCREW TIGHTENING
TORQUE: 16 in-lb MAX
6.00
MAX
7.25 MAX
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Table 4-5: MMC-SD-16-460 Line Reactor Specifications
Fundamental
Amperage
35A
Power
Loss
54W
Inductance
0.8 mH
3.00
4.00
MAX
2.63
LABEL
Weight
16 lbs.
Part
Number
M.1302.7374
0.38 x 0.75
(4 SLOTS)
WIRE RANGE: 22-5 AWG
CAUTION - TERMINAL SCREW TIGHTENING
TORQUE: 16 in-lb MAX
5.75
MAX
7.25 MAX
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Table 4-6: MMC-SD-24-460 Line Reactor Specifications
Fundamental
Amperage
45A
Power
Loss
62W
0.7 mH
3.00
4.75
MAX
3.16
Inductance
LABEL
Weight
28 lbs.
Part
Number
M.1302.7375
0.38 x 0.75
(4 SLOTS)
WIRE RANGE: 18-4 AWG
CAUTION - TERMINAL SCREW TIGHTENING
TORQUE: 16 in-lb MAX
7.35
MAX
9.00 MAX
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Table 4-7: MMC-SD-30-460 Line Reactor Specifications
Fundamental
Amperage
55A
44
Power
Loss
67W
Inductance
0.5 mH
Weight
27 lbs.
Part
Number
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Table 4-8: MMC-SD-42-460 Line Reactor Specifications
Fundamental
Amperage
80A
Power
Loss
86W
Inductance
0.4 mH
Weight
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Table 4-9: MMC-SD-51-460 Line Reactor Specifications
Fundamental
Amperage
100A
46
Power
Loss
84W
Inductance
0.3 mH
Weight
51 lbs.
Part
Number
M.3000.0107
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Table 4-10: MMC-SD-65-460 Line Reactor Specifications
Fundamental
Amperage
130A
4.4
Power
Loss
180W
Inductance
0.2 mH
Weight
57 lbs.
Part
Number
M.3000.0108
Isolation Transformers
The MMC Smart Drive does not require the use of isolation transformers. However, a
transformer may be required to match the voltage requirements of the controller to the
available service. To size a transformer for the main AC power inputs, the power
output (KVA) of each axis must be known. This can be derived by calculating the
horsepower for each axis and converting that horsepower into units of watts. If power
is being supplied to more than one motor and a drive, simply add the kW ratings
together from each calculation to get a system kW total.
For an autotransformer, ensure that the phase to neutral/ground voltages do not
exceed the input voltage ratings of the drive.
If you are using the Motions Solutions Sizing Software, the average speed and
average torque data has already been calculated and can be used in the equation. If
you are not sure of the exact speed and torque in your application, record the speed/
torque curve for your drive/motor combination and use the resulting values as a worst
case continuous speed and torque.
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Calculations are multiplied by a factor to compensate for the power and loss elements
within a power system. A factor of 2.0 is used with a single phase system and a factor
of 1.5 is used with a three phase system. This factor should minimize the effects of the
secondary line voltage sagging in the transformer during peak current periods.
The speed/torque curve information for 230V motors is based upon a drive input
voltage of 230V AC. For a 115V AC input voltage, the maximum speed can be
reduced up to one half.
Example 230V Formula:
( RPM ) ⋅ Torque ( lb – in ) ⋅ 0.746
⋅ KVA- ⋅ 2.0
KVA = Speed
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------63, 025
HP
Example 460V Formula:
Speed ( RPM ) ⋅ Torque ( lb – in ) 0.746 ⋅ KVA
KVA = ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ⋅ ------------------------------ ⋅ 1.5
63, 025
HP
NOTE
The 3-Phase source powering the drive has to be a center-grounded “Y”
configuration. Do not exceed 304 Volts RMS from any phase to ground.
4.5
External Shunts
4.5.1
Choosing an External Shunt
Power from the motor is returned to the MMC Smart Drive during motor deceleration.
Excessive power may have to be dissipated from the MMC Smart drive when large
inertia loads are present. External shunts should be used to avoid excessive bus over
voltage faults.
Danaher Motion recommends you use the Motion Solutions Sizing Software to
determine the need for and type of external shunt. However, you may perform the
following calculations to choose the external shunt for your application.
1. Obtain the Peak Generating Power for the drive in watts (W).
2. Perform the following calculation:
W x T = Watts/sec or Joules
where:
W is watts from Step 1 above,
T is decel time required by the application
3. Obtain the Absorption Energy in Joules for the drive from the Specifications section of the drive manual.
4. Determine the Peak Shunt Power from the drive that would be delivered to the
shunt resistor for your application:
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(Number calculated in Step 2 above) - (Absorption Energy from the drive
Specifications table in either Chapter 5 or 6)
= Watt-seconds
•
(Watt-seconds computed in 5a. above)
Peak Shunt Power in Watts
(Decel Time for the application) =
5. Determine the Continuous Shunt Power that would be delivered to the shunt
resistor for this application:
•
Duty Cycle of Peak or Peak x Decel Time)
Shunt Power in Watts
(Total Cycle Time) = Continuous
6. Choose an external shunt from Table 4-11.
4.5.2
External Shunt Resistor Kits
Table 4-11: Shunt Resistors
For Drive
a
Shunt Resistor Module
Part
Number
MMC-SD-0.5-230
MMC-SD-1.0-230
MMC-SD-2.0-230
100Ω, 300W, 600V, Dynamic
M.1015.7046
MMC-SD-1.3-460
MMC-SD-2.4-460
130Ω, 450W Cont. Power, 5.4kW Peak Power, 820 V, 240 sec. Time Constant, 121 mm x
93 mm x 605 mm
M.1302.7048
MMC-SD-4.0-460
95Ω, 700W Cont. Power, 8kW Peak Power,
820 V, 250 sec. Time Constant, 121 mm x 93
mm x 705 mm
M.1302.7049
MMC-SD-6.0-460
MMC-SD-8.0-460
50Ω, 1400W Cont. Power, 17kW Peak Power, 850V, 250 sec. Time Constant, 130 mm x
182 mm x 710 mm
M.1302.7060
MMC-SD-12.0-460
MMC-SD-16.0-460
25 Ω, 2800W Cont. Power, 32kW Peak Power, 850V, 60 sec. Time Constant, 171 mm x
430 mm x 550 mm
M.1302.7061
MMC-SD-24.0-460
MMC-SD-30.0-460
MMC-SD-42.0-460
MMC-SD-51.0-460
MMC-SD-65.0-460
18Ω, 3900W Cont. Power, 70kW Peak Power, 850V, 70 sec. Time Constant, 180 mm x
445 mm x 490 mm
M.1302.7063
a. Drive Model pertains to Analog (no dash suffix) and digital (-D)
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Figure 4-2: Mounting Dimensions for 230V External Shunt (P/N M.1015.7046)
2.56
65.10
1.50
38.10
.25
[6.30]
.52
13.30
CLEARANCE HOLES FOR #10
(M5) SCREWS.
.73
18.60
.25
6.30
NOTE:
1. ALLOW 3.0” (76.2 mm) CLEARANCE
IN FRONT OF UNIT FOR CABLES.
2. ALLOW .50” (12.7 mm) ON BOTH SIDES
OF UNIT.
NOTE: 2.0” (5 cm) ABOVE AND BELOW.
3. ALLOW
7.35
186.70
1. ALLOW 3.0” (76.2 mm) CLEARANCE IN FRON
UNIT FOR CABLES.
2. ALLOW .50” (12.7 mm) ON BOTH SIDES OF U
3. ALLOW 2.0” (5 cm) ABOVE AND BELOW
.22
5.50
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Figure 4-3: Mounting Dimensions for 460V External Shunt (P/N M.1302.7048)
20.71 in. (526 mm)
0 5, 5 x 8
2.52 in. (64 mm)
3.66 in. (93 mm)
23.82 in. (605 mm)
4.76 in. (121 mm)
Figure 4-4: Mounting Dimensions for 460V External Shunt (P/N M.1302.7049)
24.65 in. (626 mm)
0 5, 5 x 8
2.52 in. (64 mm)
3.66 in. (93 mm)
27.76 in. (705 mm)
5.12 in. (130 mm)
Figure 4-5: Mounting Dimensions for 460V External Shunt (P/N M.1302.7060)
5.90 in. (150 mm)
20.71 in. (526 mm)
23.82 in. (605 mm)
0 5, 5 x 8
7.28 in. (185 mm)
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Figure 4-6: Mounting Dimensions for 460V External Shunt (P/N M.1302.7061)
6.73 in (171 mm)
19.80 in. (503 mm)
13.62 in. (346 mm)
13.38 in. (340 mm)
20.70 in. (526 mm)
11.81 in. (300 mm)
21.65 in. (550 mm)
5.91 in. (150 mm) 5.91 in. (150 mm)
0 5, 5 x
16.93 in. (430 mm)
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Figure 4-7: Mounting Dimensions for 460V External Shunt (P/N M.1302.7063)
6.73 in (171 mm)
19.80 in. (503 mm)
13.62 in. (346 mm)
13.38 in. (340 mm)
20.70 in. (526 mm)
11.81 in. (300 mm)
21.65 in. (550 mm)
5.91 in. (150 mm) 5.91 in. (150 mm)
0 5, 5 x 8
16.93 in. (430 mm)
4.6
Line Filters
Line Filters consist of combinations of capacitors, reactors, resistors and voltage
limiters that are intended to reduce the electromagnetic influence of the environment.
4.6.1
Line Filters and CE Compliance
The direction of influence is bi-directional, i.e. there is a reaction in the units of
emission of conducted disturbances, and, at the same time, an improvement in the
immunity of the drive to interference that occurs in the case of lightning strikes, tripped
fuses, or simple switching activities.
•
The filter should be mounted to a grounded conductive surface.
•
The filter must be mounted close to the drive input terminals. If the distance
exceeds 2 feet (600 mm), then a shielded cable should be used to connect the
drive and filter, rather than a wire.
•
The wires connecting the AC source to the filter should be shielded from, or at
least separated from the wires (or strap) connecting the drive to the filter. If the
connections are not segregated from each other, then the EMI on the drive side of
the filter can couple over to the source side of the filter, thereby reducing, or eliminating the filter effectiveness. The coupling mechanism can be radiation, or stray
capacitance between the wires.
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Figure 4-8: Block Diagram Simplified for 3-Phase Line Filter
1L1
2L1
L1
L2
L3
1L2
2L2
1L3
2L3
1U1
1V1
1W1
PE
PE
Figure 4-9: Connection Diagram for 3-Phase Line Filter
L1 L2 L3 PE
PE
PE
PE
2L3
1L3
1L2
Power
Unit
LINE FILTER
1L1
2L2
2L1
1U1
1V1
1W1
SCPD
Main
Contactor
Line Reactor
(if necessary)
WARNING
High leakage currents exist in AC line filters. The filters must
be grounded properly before applying power. Filter capacitors retain high voltages after removal. Measure voltages to
determine safe levels prior to handling the equipment. Failure to do so could result in severe bodily injury.
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NOTE
To be able to route the interference currents at low impedance back to
the interference sources, the filter, the power unit, and the contact area
of the motor cable shield must have a junction with the common mounting plate over as wide a surface as possible that has good conductive
properties. The best way to ensure this is to use unpainted zinc-coated
mounting plates.
Table 4-12: Part Numbers for AC Line Filters
Current
For Drive
Part
Number
6A, 250V, 1 Phase
MMC-SD-0.5-230
MMC-SD-1.0-230
M.1015.6922
10A, 250V, 1 Phase
MMC-SD-2.0-230
M.1015.6917
7A, 480V, 3 Phase
MMC-SD-1.3-460
MMC-SD-2.4-460
M.1302.5241
16A, 480V, 3 Phase
MMC-SD-4.0-460
MMC-SD-6.0-460
MMC-SD-8.0-460
M.1302.5244
30A, 480V, 3 Phase
MMC-SD-12.0-460
MMC-SD-16.0-460
M.1302.5245
42A, 480V, 3 Phase
MMC-SD-24.0-460
M.1302.5246
56A, 480V, 3 Phase
MMC-SD-30.0-460
MMC-SD-42.0-460
M.1302.5247
75A, 480V, 3 Phase
MMC-SD-51.0-460
M.1302.5248
100A, 480V, 3 Phase
MMC-SD-65.0-460
M.3000.0109
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Table 4-13: Technical Data for 230V Line Filters
M.1015.6922
M.1015.6917
M.1015.6918
Voltage/Freq.
250VAC @ 50/50Hz
250VAC @ 50/50Hz
250VAC @ 50/50Hz
Current
6A @ 50°C
10A @ 50°C
23A @ 50°C
Overload Current
150% 1 minute
200% 1 second
150% 1 minute
200% 1 second
150% 1 minute
200% 1 second
Temperature
-25 to 95°C
-25 to 95°C
-25 to 95°C
Leakage Current
5mA @ 240V, 50 Hz
46mA @ 240V, 50
Hz
200mA @ 250V,
50Hz
Electric Strength
2500VAC/1 minute
2500VAC/1 minute
2500VAC/1 minute
Power Loss
3.5W (Full Load)
2.7W (Full Load)
10W (Full Load)
Terminals
2mm sq. spring
clamp
M4 screw cross/ sq.
2x 2.5mm
M4 screw cross/ sq.
2x 2.5mm
Weight
0.3Kg (0.66 Lb.)
0.95Kg (2.0 Lb)
1.6Kg (2.5 Lb)
Back Mountinga
4 x M4
4 x M4
4 x M4
Side Mountinga
2 x M5
2 x M6
2 x M6
a. Line filters are manufactured to millimeter dimensions (inches are approximate conversions).
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Table 4-14: Technical Data for 460V Line Filters
Part Number
Item
M.1302. M.1302. M.1302. M.1302. M.1302. M.1302. M.3000.
5241
5244
5245
5246
5247
5248
0109
Maximum Supply Voltage
Rated current
(at 40°C)
3 x 480VAC, 50/60Hz
7A
16A
30A
Test Voltage
Phase/Phase
Phase/Ground
4mm2
100A
4mm2
10mm2
10mm2
4mm2
25mm2
50mm2
-25°C ... +55°C
Reduction of rated current from 40°C onwards by 1.4% / °C
4W
Site Altitude
8W
12W
15W
18W
24W
24W
Below 2000 m above sea level (higher altitudes on request)
Storage Temperature
Range
-25°C ... +85°C
Type of Protection
Weight
75A
2.1 kVDC for 2 sec. at 25°C
2.7 kVDC for 2 sec. at 25°C
Operational
Environmental
Temperature
Range TB
Power Loss
(typical)
56A
1.5 x IN for < 1 min. per hour at TB = 40°
Peak current
Maximum Connection Crosssection
42A
IP20
0.6kg
1.0kg
1.3kg
1.6kg
1.9kg
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B2
NOTE: Spring clips replace
Terminal screws on 6 Amp
Filter (P/N 401-30222-00)
B1
B
A
A1
A2
C1
C
SINGLE PHASE
6A
M.1015.6922
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SINGLE PHASE
10A
M.1015.6917
SINGLE PHASE
23A
M.1015.6918
MEASUREMENT
mm
in
mm
in
mm
in
A
170
6.7
214
8.4
214
8.4
A1
152
6.0
192
7.6
192
7.6
A2
9
0.4
11
0.4
11
0.4
B
92
3.6
145
5.7
204
8.0
B1
55
2.2
104
4.1
164
6.6
B2
18
0.7
20
0.8
20
0.8
C
25
1.0
40
1.6
47
1.8
C1
10
0.4
16
0.6
19
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A
B
C
D
E
F
L
G
M.1302.5241
190
40
70
20
180
160
185
M.1302.5244
250
50
70
25
235
220
245
M.1302.5245
270
50
85
30
255
240
265
M.1302.5246
310
50
85
30
295
280
305
M.1302.5247
250
85
90
60
235
220
258
M.1302.5248
270
80
135
60
255
240
278
6.5
M.3000.0190
270
90
150
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240
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5.1
LEDs
Table 5-1: LEDs Description for 230V Single Phase MMC Smart
Drive
LED
Color
Description
P
Green
Power LED. Indicates when illuminated that
power is being supplied to the 24V input terminal strip.
D1
Yellow
Status LED. Drive status and fault information.
Bus Voltage LED. Indicates when illuminated
that the DC bus is at a hazardous voltage.
DC BUS
DANGER
Orange
DC bus capacitors may retain hazardous voltages for up to ten minutes after input power has
been removed. Always use a voltmeter to ensure that the DC bus voltage is below 50VDC
before servicing the drive. Failure to observe
this precaution could result in severe bodily injury or loss of life.
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J1
D1
Status LED (D1)
(Yellow)
P
Power LED (P)
(Green)
P
1
I
N
This section not on
Narrow Drive
+24V
COM
Bus Voltage LED
(DC BUS)
(Orange)
O
U
T
BR+
BRDC BUS
F
1
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Connectors and Switches on the 230V Drive
Figure 5-2: Front Panel, 230V Single Phase (500W, 1kW, 2 kW)
Digital Interfaced
MMC-SD Only
Node
Address
Rotary
Switches
9 01
2
8
3
7
6 5 4
D1 P
9 01
2
8
3
7
6 5 4
PiCPro
Connector
P
1
PiCPro Port (P1)
9-Pin Standard D-Shell on
Analog Interfaced MMC-SD
Miniature Circular on
Digital Interfaced MMC-SD
I
N
24VDC IN/Brake
Terminal Strip
(5-Position Screw
Terminal Strip)
24VDC
IN
Brake
+24V
COM
O
U
T
BR+
BR-
Digital Link Connectors
(RJ45)
(Digital Interfaced MMC-SD
only)
DC BUS
F
1
Feedback Connector (F1)
(15-Pin High Density D-Shell)
B+
BL1
F
2
L2
Line Power/
Motor Terminal Strip
(9-Position Screw
Terminal Strip)
Feedback Connector (F2)
(15-Pin High Density D-Shell)
(Digital Interfaced MMC-SD Only)
This section not on
Narrow Drive
U
V
I
O
W
Drive I/O Connector (IO)
(26-Pin High Density D-Shell)
CAUTION - Risk of Electric Shock
High Voltage may exist up to 10 minutes after removing power
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PiCPro Port (Digital Interfaced Drives)
This section details the PiCPro Port connector on the Digital Interfaced Drives (-D and
-DN). For information on the PiCPro Port connector on Analog Interfaced Drives, see
section 5.2.2 on page 65.
The 6-pin circular DIN PiCPro Port connector (labeled “P1” on the front of the Drive)
provides serial communication for the PiCPro programming interface.
•
Pin descriptions for are provided in Table 5-2
•
Pin assignments are provided in Table 5-3
•
The available PiCPro Port to PC cable is described in Table 5-4
Table 5-2: PiCPro Port Pin Descriptions
Function
Notes
Pin
Receive Data
RS232-level signal that receives serial data
from the connected PC running PiCPro.
1
Transmit Data
RS232-level signal that transmits serial data to
the connected PC running PiCPro.
2
Signal Ground
Provides the return path for signals
3 and 5
Shield Ground
Provides a path for shield current through the
chassis to an external single point ground.
Connector
Shell
Table 5-3: PiCPro Port Pin Assignments
Pin
Signal
In/Out
1
RS232 Receive Data
In
2
RS232 Transmit Data
Out
3
Signal Ground
In/Out
4
NC
N/A
5
Signal Ground
In/Out
6
NC
N/A
Connector
Shield
64
Shield
Connector Pinout
6-pin Female
Miniature Circular DIN
2
1
4
6
3
5
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Part Number: M.1302.8284
Length: 4 M (13 ft)
Cable type: 24 AWG, shielded, twisted pair, 4 conductor.
6-Pin male Miniature
Circular DIN (to PiCPro Port,
face view)
1
3
9-Pin female D-sub (to
PC COM Port, face view)
5
9
5
6
2
5.2.2
4
1
6
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
RS232 Receive
Data
3
RS232 Transmit Data
2
RS232 Transmit
Data
2
RS232 Receive
Data
5
Signal Ground
5
Signal Ground
Shell
Drain
Shell
Drain
Notes
Twisted
Pair
PiCPro Port (Analog Drives)
This section details the PiCPro Port connector on the Analog Interfaced Drives (not -D
or -DN). For information on the PiCPro Port connector on Digital Interfaced Drives,
see section 5.2.1 on page 64.
The 9-pin male D-sub PiCPro Port connector (labeled “P1” on the front of the Drive)
provides serial communication for the PiCPro programming interface.
•
Pin descriptions for are provided in Table 5-5
•
Pin assignments are provided in Table 5-6
•
The available PiCPro Port to PC cable is described in Table 5-7
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Table 5-5: PiCPro Port Pin Descriptions
Function
Notes
Pin
Receive Data
RS232-level signal that receives serial data
from the connected PC running PiCPro.
2
Transmit Data
RS232-level signal that transmits serial data to
the connected PC running PiCPro.
3
Signal Ground
Provides the return path for signals
5
Data Terminal
Ready
Always high (tied to +12V through 1K resistor)
4
Request-to-send
Always high (tied to +12V through 1K resistor)
7
Shield Ground
Provides a path for shield current through the
chassis to an external single point ground.
Connector
Shell
Table 5-6: PiCPro Port Pin Assignments
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Pin
Signal
In/Out
1
NC
N/A
2
RS232 Receive Data
In
3
RS232 Transmit Data
Out
4
Data Terminal Ready
Out
5
Signal Ground
In/Out
6
NC
N/A
7
Request-to-send
Out
8
NC
N/A
9
NC
N/A
Connector
Shield
Drain
In
Connector Pinout
9-pin male D-sub
6
1
9
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Part Number: M.1302.8250
Length: 4 M (13 ft)
Cable type: 24 AWG, shielded, twisted pair, 4 conductor.
9-Pin female D-sub (to
PiCPro Port, face view)
9
6
5.2.3
9-Pin female D-sub (to
PC COM Port, face view)
5
9
5
6
1
1
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
Notes
2
Receive Data
3
Transmit Data
Twisted
3
Transmit Data
2
Receive Data
Pair
5
Signal Ground
5
Signal Ground
Shell
Drain
Shell
Drain
Node Address Rotary Switch (Digital Interfaced MMC-SD Only)
Two rotary switches are used to set the drive address. Rotate the switch to the desired
address.
Addresses can be set to any number from 1 through 64. The top switch represents
values of base ten. The bottom switch represents values of base 1.
As an example, rotating the switch to a setting of 2 on the top switch equals the value
of 20 (2 x 10). Rotating the switch on the bottom switch to a setting of 5 equals the
value of 5. The actual address setting is 25 (20 + 5).
10s
1s
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Digital Link Ports (Digital Interfaced MMC-SD Only)
The two 8-pin RJ-45 Digital Link Port connectors (labeled “IN” and “OUT” on the front
of the Drive) provide communications between Drives and between a Drive and a
Standalone MMC Digital Control. Also provided are two green “Link” lights located
between the RJ-45 connectors. The left light will be on if there is a Drive or Digital
Control connected to the “IN” port, and the right light will be on if there is a Drive
connected to the “OUT” port.
A “straight-through” shielded cable must be used when connecting the Drive to either
the Standalone MMC Digital Control or another Drive. Connect the cable from the
Drive’s “OUT” port to the next Drives’s “IN” port, or from the Standalone MMC Digital
Control’s “B” port to the Drive’s “IN” port. Refer to the Standalone MMC Hardware
Manual for Control information.
•
Pin descriptions for are provided in Table 5-8
•
Pin assignments are provided in Table 5-9
•
The available Digital Link Port to Digital Drive cables are described in Table 5-10
Table 5-8: Digital Link Port Pin Description
Digital Link Connector (IN/OUT)
Signals
68
Pin
Function
Notes
“In”
Connector
“Out”
Connector
Receive Data +
Receives data from connected drives.
1
3
Receive Data -
Receives data from connected drives.
2
6
Transmit Data +
Transmits data to connected drives.
3
1
Transmit Data -
Transmits data to connected drives.
6
2
Protective
Ground
Provides a path for the
ground signal to an external single point ground.
Connector Shell
Connector
Shell
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Table 5-9: Digital Link Port Pin Assignments
Pin
Label
In/Out
Connector Pinout
IN Connector
1
Receive +
In
2
Receive -
In
3
Transmit +
Out
4
Not Used
N/A
5
Not Used
N/A
6
Transmit -
Out
Connector
Shield
Provides a path for the
ground signal to an external single point
ground.
In
RJ-45 Connectors
1
6
“OUT”
LINK
LED
“IN”
LINK
LED
OUT Connector
1
Transmit +
Out
1
2
Transmit -
Out
6
3
Receive +
In
4
Not Used
N/A
5
Not Used
N/A
6
Receive -
In
Connector
Shield
Provides a path for the
ground signal to an external single point
ground.
In
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Table 5-10: Digital Link Port “IN” to “OUT” Cables
Part Numbers:
.3 M (1.0 ft): M.1302.8285
.6 M (2.0 ft): M.1302.8286
1 M (3.3 ft): M.1302.8287
2 M (6.6 ft): M.1302.8288
3 M (9.8 ft): M.1302.8289
5 M (16.4 ft): M.1302.8300
10 M (32.8 ft): M.1302.8301
15 M (49.2 ft): M.1302.8302
30 M (98.4 ft): M.1302.8303
Cable type: 28 AWG, shielded, twisted pair, 8 conductor.
8-Pin RJ-45 Plug (to
Digital Link Port “OUT”,
face view)
5.2.5
8-Pin RJ-45 Plug (to Digital
Drive “IN”, face view)
1
1
8
8
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
Notes
1
Transmit Data +
1
Receive Data +
Twisted
2
Transmit Data -
2
Receive Data -
Pair
3
Receive Data +
3
Transmit Data +
Twisted
6
Receive Data -
6
Transmit Data -
Pair
4
None
4
None
Twisted
5
None
5
None
Pair
7
None
7
None
Twisted
8
None
8
None
Pair
Shell
Drain
Shell
Drain
Feedback Connector (F1)
•
All signals (other than the encoder inputs) are bussed internally between the two
feedback connectors F1 and F2. The bussed signals include motor commutation
inputs, temperature input, and encoder power outputs.
•
F1 can interface with incremental encoders, sinewave encoders, and resolvers
(using the optional resolver interface module). These signals are conditioned and
routed to the Drive I/O connector.
NOTE
Because of the variety of feedback devices that can be used, the following
table contains signal descriptions only (no pin numbers). Refer to Table 5-12
for feedback device specific pin numbers.
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Table 5-11: Pin Description for Feedback Connector (F1)
F1 Feedback Signals
Signal Type
Signal Name
Notes
Incremental Encoder Inputs
A1, A1/, B1, B1/, I1, I1/
Differential A quad B encoder
signals.
Sinewave Encoder Inputs
Sin, Sin/, Cos, Cos/
Sinewave Encoder signals
Sinewave Encoder Data
Channel In/Out
RS-485 Data +, RS485 Data -, RS-485
Clock+, RS-485 Clock-
RS-485 signals for connecting
the Sinewave Encoder Data
Channel to the drive
Commutation Track
S1, S2, S3
Hall device input signals that
are used to initialize the commutation angle. They consist of
a 74HC14 input with 10μs filter
and 1 K pull up to +5V. Shared
with F2.
Sinewave Encoder Commutation Inputs
Commutation Sin+,
Commutation Sin-
Sinewave signals that are used
to initialize the motor commutation angle when a Heidenhein
Sincoder is used as the motor
feedback device.
Resolver Inputs
Sin+, Sin-, Cos+, Cos-
Resolver rotor feedback signals
used when optional Resolver Interface Board is installed.
Resolver Outputs
Carrier+, Carrier-
Resolver rotor excitation signals
used when optional Resolver Interface Board is installed.
Temperature Input
Temperature
Thermostat (normally- closed)
or Thermistor (Phillips KTY84130 PTC or equivalent recommended) input for detecting
over temperature conditions
within the motor.
Travel Limit Inputs
+ Travel Limit, -Travel
Limit
Over travel limit inputs (Reserved for future use).
Encoder Power
Outputs
+5V Source, +9V
Source
Regulated +5VDC and regulated +9VDC for powering the attached encoder.
Sinewave Encoder Reference Mark Input
Ref Mark/
Reference Mark input used with
some Sinewave Encoders used
to indicate motor position within
one revolution.
Signal and Power Common
Common
Return path for feedback signals and power supplies (+5V
and +9V).
Motor Commutation Hall
Sensor Inputs
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on the type of
Feedback Device
used. Refer to
Table 5-12 for pin
assignments.
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Table 5-12: Encoder/Resolver Pin Assignments for Feedback Connector (F1)
Encoder/Resolver Pin Assignments for Motor Feedback 15 Pin Connector (F1)
230V Single Phase (500W, 1kW, 2kW)
Feedback Device
Sinewave Encoder
Endata
Stegmann
Hiperface
BISSa,b
Heidenhain
Pin
Digital
Incremental
1
A1
Cos
Cos+
2
A1/
Cos/
Cos-
3
B1
Sine
Sin+
4
B1/
Sine/
Sin-
5
I1
a,c
SSI
RS-485 Data+
6
c
Sincoder
Ref Mark
d
Resolver
Carrier+
Common
7
N/U
+9V Source
N/U
N/U
N/U
8
Commutation
Track S3
N/U
N/U
N/U
N/U
Commutation Cos+
+Travel
Limit
Ref Mark/
Carrier-
N/U
In/
Out
In
Notee
In/Out
+ Travel Limit
10
I1/
RS-485 Data-
11
Temperature
12
Commutation
Track S1
N/U
RS-485
Clock+
Commutation Sin+
13
Commutation
Track S2
N/U
RS-485
Clock-
Commutation Sin-
14
+5V Source
N/U
+5V Source
15
Shell
Commutation Cos-
- Travel Limit
Shield
15-pin
Female
HD D-Sub
Out
In
9
Connector
Pinout
15
5
11
1
Notee
In
In
f
N/U
N/U
Out
-Travel
Limit
In
N/A
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Available on Digital Interfaced MMC-SD only
Not on all Part Numbers. See Chapter 11 for details
For future use
Requires installation of optional resolver board.
Pins 5 and 10 are In/Out for Stegmann Hiperface and Endat; Inputs for Digital Incremental, SSI, BiSS,
Heidenhain Sincoder; and Outputs for Resolver
f. Pins 12 and 13 are Outputs for ENDAT, SSI, and BiSS
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•
All motor signals (other than the encoder inputs) are bussed internally between
the two feedback connectors F1 and F2. The bussed signals include motor commutation inputs, temperature input, travel limit inputs, and encoder power outputs.
•
F2 can be designated (in PiCPro) as the motor feedback connector but only if F1
is not (either one or the other must be designated as such).
•
Travel Limits can be defined in PiCPro software as either coming into the MMC
Smart Drive at the F2 connector or at the Drive I/O connector.
•
F2 can interface with only incremental type encoders.
•
The hall sensor inputs on F1 and F2 are connected together, allowing either F1 or
F2 to accept the hall sensor signal, but NOT both. Only one feedback may be
connected to motor hall sensor inputs.
Table 5-13: Pin Description for Feedback Connector (F2)
F2 Feedback Signals
Signal Type
Notes
Pins
Incremental Encoder Input
Differential A quad B encoder signals.
1,2,
3, 4,
5, 10
Motor Commutation
Hall Sensor Inputs
Hall-device input signals that are used to
initialize the motor commutation angle.
They consist of a 74HC14 input with a
10μs filter and a 1K pull-up to +5V. Shared
with F1.
8, 12,
13
Temperature Input
Thermostat (normally-closed) or Thermistor (Phillips KTY84-130 PTC or equivalent recommended) input for detecting over
temperature conditions within the motor. If
a thermostat is used, connect one side to
0V, and the other side to the Temperature
Input (pin 11).
11
Travel Limit Inputs
Over-travel limit inputs. They consist of a
74HC14 input with a 10μs filter and a 1K
pull-up to +5V.
9, 15
Encoder Power Outputs
Regulated +5VDC and regulated +9V VDC
for powering the attached encoder.
7, 14
Signal and Power Common
Return path for feedback signals and power supplies (+5V and 9 V).
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Table 5-14: Pin Assignments for Feedback Connector (F2)
(Digital Interfaced MMC-SD Only)
Pin Assignments
F2 Feedback 15 Pin Connector
230V Single Phase (500W, 1kW, 2kW)
74
Pin
Label
In/Out
1
A2
In
2
A2/
In
3
B2
In
4
B2/
In
5
I2
In
6
Common
In/Out
7
+9V
Out
8
S3
In
9
Travel Limit+
In
10
I2/
In
11
Temperature
In
12
S1
In
13
S2
In
14
+5V
Out
15
Travel Limit-
In
Shell
Shield
In
Connector Pinout
15-pin Female HD D-Sub
15
5
11
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Drive I/O Connector (IO)
Table 5-15: Pin Description for Drive I/O Connector (IO)
Signal Type
Notes
Pins
Analog Command
Inputs (Analog Interfaced MMC-SD
only)
Analog velocity or torque commands of 0 to +/10V. Separate scale and offset parameters are
used relative to the command signal being velocity
or torque
14, 15
Fast Inputs (Digital
Interfaced MMC-SD
only)
Used for latching encoder position.
8, 9, 11,
12
General Purpose
Software Assignable Inputs
24VDC sourcing type. Default assignments: Pin 17
(GPIN1) = Drive Enable, Pin 18 (GPIN2) = Fault
Reset
17, 18,
19, 20,
21, 22
Buffered F1 Encoder Output
RS485 drivers are used and the signal that is output depends on the encoder or resolver type used.
See Specifications in Chapter 5 of this manual.
These signals are generated after the feedback
from the F1connector is filtered and processed.
1, 2, 3,
4, 5, 6
General Purpose
Software Assignable Outputs
24VDC sourcing type. Default assignment:
Pin 26 (GPOUT4) = Drive Ready
23, 24,
25, 26
IO24V, IO24COM
24 VDC inputs for powering GPIN and GPOUT I/O.
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PiCPro
I/O
Label
PiCPro
I/O
Label
In/Out Pin
Wiring
Label
FDBK1B A
Out
14
CMD +
In
2
FDBK1B A/
Out
15
CMD -
In
3
FDBK1B B
Out
16
IO24COM
In
4
FDBK1B B/
Out
17
GPIN1
Input1
In
5
FDBK1B I
Out
18
GPIN2
Input2
In
6
FDBK1B I/
Out
19
GPIN3
Input3
In
7
Shield
Out
20
GPIN4
Input4
In
8
GPIN7 +
In
21
GPIN5
Input5
In
Pin
Wiring Label
1
In/Out
Input7
9
GPIN7 -
In
22
GPIN6
Input6
In
10
IO24V
In
23
GPOUT1
Output1
Out
11
GPIN8 +
In
24
GPOUT2
Output2
Out
In
25
GPOUT3
Output3
Out
26
GPOUT4
Output4
Out
Connector
Pinout
26-pin
Female HD
D-Sub
9
26
19
1
Input8
12
GPIN8 -
13
Shield
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Drive
IO 24 V
24 V
Power
Supply
IO 24 COM
GPIN
To Single
Point
Ground
Input
Device
To
Drive
From
Drive
GPOUT
Output
Device
GPIN7 +
Sourcing
Input
To
Drive
GPIN7 -
GPIN8 +
To
Drive
GPIN8 Sinking
Input
MMC or
other
External
Source
To
Drive
CMD (Analog Interfaced MMC-SD only)
3
MMC or
other
External
Control
(Analog Interfaced MMC-SD only)
CMD +
FDBK1B A, B, I
From F1
Connection
3
X3
FDBK1B A/, B/, I/
Drive
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24 VDC IN/Brake Terminal Strip
Table 5-17: Pin Assignment for 24 VDC IN/Brake Terminal Strip
Terminal
Label
Signal Type
Signal
Description
+24V
Logic Power
+24V user
supplied power signal terminal.
COM
Common
+24V Common
Protective
Ground
Must be connected to Protective Earth
Ground (SPG)
PiCPro
I/O
Label
In/
Out
N/A
In
N/A
In
Connector
Pinout
5-pin Plugable
Screw Terminal
+24V
COM
N/A
In
BR+
BR-
BR+
Brake Relay +
BR-
Brake Relay -
Refer to Figure
5-3 below.
Output5
/Relay
Out
Out
NOTE
Use of a diode (as shown) or an external RC type snubber is highly recommended for use with inductive loads, especially DC inductive loads.
Figure 5-4:
Using 24V Power Source
BR+ and BR- Wiring Examples
Using External Power Source
+24V
COM
BR+
External
Power
Supply
+24V
COM
COM
Brake
BRBR+
Brake
1N4004
BR-
1N4004
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Table 5-18: Pin Assignment for Motor Terminal Strip
Terminal
Label
Signal Type
B+
Signal
Description
In/Out
DC Bus
Power from
drive to active
shunt
Out
AC Power
100-240VAC
single phase
power in to
drive.
In
Protective
Ground
Must be connected to Protective Earth
Ground (SPG).
In
U
Power U-phase
from the drive to
the motor.
Out
V
Power V-phase
from the drive to
the motor.
Out
Power WPhase from the
drive to the motor.
Out
Connection for
motor ground.
In
BL1
L2
Pin Sequence
9-pin non-plugable
Screw Terminal
B+
Motor Power
W
Protective
Ground
BL1
L2
U
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Specifications - 230V MMC Smart Drive
5.3.1
General Data for all 230V Models
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General Drive Data
Minimum wire size for input power
wires
1.5mm2 (16 AWG) 75° C copper.
Maximum tightening torque for power
wire terminals
1.17 Nm (10.4 in-lbs.)
Commutation
Three Phase Sinusoidal
Current Regulator
Digital PI 125 µsec. update rate
Velocity Regulator
Digital PID - 250 µsec. update rate
Environmental Data
Operating Temperature Range
7o C to 55o C (45o F to 131o F)
Storage Temperature Range
-30o C to 70o C (-22o F to 158o F)
Humidity
5% to 95% non-condensing
Altitude
1500 m (5000 ft)
Derate 3% for each 300 m above 1500m
Vibration Limits (per IEC 68-2-6)
Operating/Non-operating
10-57 Hz (constant amplitude.15 mm)
57 - 2000 Hz (acceleration 2 g)
Shock (per IEC 68-2-27)
Non-operating
Four shocks per axis (15g/11 msec)
F1 and F2 Feedback Inputs
Input receiver type
Maxim 3098 A quad B differential RS422 receiver
Encoder signals
Differential quadrature
Input threshold
±200 mV
Input termination
150Ω, provided internally
Maximum input voltage
5V peak to peak differential -10 to +13.2V common mode
Maximum input signal frequency
720 K Hz (2.88 M feedback counts per second)
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• 8 optically isolated 24V DC inputs
• Active high
• 6 are current sourcing only (current flow into input)
• 2 are sink or source
Configuration
Guaranteed On
15 VDC
Guaranteed Off
5 VDC
Time delay on
1 ms max.
Time delay off
1 ms max.
Input voltage
Nominal 24 VDC, maximum 30 VDC
General Purpose Outputs
• 4 optically isolated 24V DC outputs
• Active high
• Current sourcing only (current into load)
• Short circuit and overload protected
Configuration
Maximum current
50mA per output
Voltage range
24VDC +15%-10%
Time delay on for resistive loads
50 µsec. max
Time delay off for resistive loads
50 µsec. max
Leakage current in off state
0.5 mA max
Command Input (Analog Interfaced Digital MMC-SD only)
Command Input
Analog velocity or torque, 0 to + 10V
14 bit effective resolution
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Digital Link In/Out Ports (Digital Interfaced MMC-SD only)
“In” port
Sends and receives high speed data to and from connected MMC-SD’s “Out” port.
“Out” port
Sends and receives high speed data to and from connected MMC-SD’s “In” port.
Cable Type
Shielded, Straight Pinned, CAT5 or better (CAT5e, CAT6,
etc.)
Maximum Cable Length
98.4 ft (100 m)
Drive I/O Connector Encoder Emulation Output
F1 Motor Feedback Type
Input Limit
Encoder Emulation Output
(A quad B Differential Output)
Incremental Encoder
720 KHz
2.88 M counts/sec.
The motor encoder A/B/I inputs are electrically buffered
and retransmitted via the Drive I/O connector.
High Resolution Encoder
100 KHz
400 K counts/sec.
The encoder SIN/COS signals are electrically squared
and retransmitted as A/B. The index mark “I” is synthesized by the drive control DSP. Absolute position information is not available via the Encoder Emulation Output.
Resolver
500 RPS
2.00 M counts/sec.
The field-installable resolver interface module converts
the motor resolver to 1024 lines/4096 counts per revolution of A/B encoder output. The module synthesizes the
index mark “I” once per revolution of the resolver. Absolute position information is not available via the Encoder
Emulation Output.
Conformity
CE Marked
Conforms to Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC (amended
by 93/68/EEC) and EMC Directive 89/336/EEC (amended by 92/31/EEC and 93/68/EEC).
Conformance is in accordance with the following standards:
EN 50178 and EN61800-3
UL and C/UL Listed
E233454
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Physical and Electrical Data for 230V Drives
Model
MMC-SD-0.5230 (-D)
MMC-SD-1.0230 (-D)
MMC-SD-2.0230 (-D)
Physical
Weight
4.9 lbs. (2.23 kg) 5.6 lbs. (2.55 kg) 5.7 lbs. (2.59 kg)
Electrical Specifications
AC Input Specifications
Nominal Input Power
1.0 kVA
2.0 kVA
4.0 kVA
100-240 VAC (nominal), Single Phase, 88-265 VAC
(absolute limits)
Input Voltage
Input Frequency
47 - 63 Hz
Nominal Input Current
5A RMS
9A RMS
18A RMS
Maximum Inrush
Current (0-Peak)
70A
70A
70A
Power Loss
22W
37W
70W
5A
10A
AC Output Specifications
Continuous Output
Current (0-Peak)
2.5A
Continuous Output Power
Input = 115 VAC
250W
500W
1kW
Input = 230 VAC
500W
1kW
2kW
7.5A
15A
30A
Peak Output Current
(0-Peak)
Output Frequency
0-266 Hz
DC Input Power Specifications (24VDC)
Input Voltage Range
24 VDC +15% -10%
Typical Input Current
350 mA
Typical Input Wattage
9W
Inrush Current
650 mA
16 W
1.5 A for 10 ms
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Relay Contact for Motor Mechanical Brake
Rating (resistive load)
Nominal switching
capacity
24 VDC
Maximum
switching power
831 VA
Maximum
switching voltage
250 VAC / 100 VDC
Maximum
switching current
5 A (AC) / 2.5 A (DC)
Energy Absorbtion Specifications
DC Bus Capacitance
(Internal)
1410 μF
Bus overvoltage
threshold
1880 μF
420 VDC
Joules available for energy absorption
5.4
230V motor w/115V
line input
94 joules
126 joules
230V motor w/230V
line input
38 joules
51 joules
Dimensions for 230V MMC Smart Drive
This section contains dimensional information on the narrow width (-DN) Digital MMCSD drive, the standard width (-D) Digital MMC-SD drive, and the Analog Interfaced
drive (no letter suffix). Use this information to determine mounting hole locations on
the drive panel.
When locating the drive on the panel, observe the clearance requirements found in
Table 3-1 on page 19. Mount the drive to the panel with #10 bolts and #10 star
washers (to ensure proper ground connection).
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2.49 in
(63.25 mm)
1.49 in
(37.85 mm)
H
E
A
T
.50 in
(12.70 mm)
9.69 in
(246.13 mm)
S
I
N
K
2.96 in
(75.18 mm)
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Figure 5-6: 500 W Standard Drive (non-DN) - Front
3.22 in
(81.74 mm)
2.22 in
(56.34 mm)
H
E
A
T
.50 in
(12.70 mm)
9.69 in
(246.13 mm)
S
I
N
K
3.69 in
(93.73 mm)
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2.49 in
(63.25 mm)
1.49 in
(37.85 mm)
H
E
A
T
.50 in
(12.70 mm)
9.69 in
(246.13 mm)
S
I
N
K
3.96 in
(100.59 mm)
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Figure 5-8: 1 kW & 2 kW Standard Drive (non-DN) - Front View
3.22 in
(81.74 mm)
2.22 in
(56.34 mm)
H
E
A
T
.50 in
(12.70 mm)
9.69 in
(246.13 mm)
S
I
N
K
4.69 in
(119.05 mm)
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Figure 5-9: 230V Standard (non -DN) and Narrow (-DN) Drive - Side View
6.12 in
(155.56 mm)
8.79 in
(223.27 mm)
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460V 3-Phase MMC Smart Drive
6.1
LEDs
Table 6-1: LEDs Description for 460V 3-Phase MMC Smart Drive
LED
Color
Description
P
Green
Power LED. Indicates when illuminated that DC voltage is being supplied to the drive.
D1
Yellow
Status LED. Indicates drive status and fault information.
Figure 6-1: LEDs on the 460V Smart Drive
1
Power LED
(Green)
J1
6
D1 P
Status LED
(Yellow)
P
1
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Connectors on the 460V Smart Drive
6.2.1
Size 1 460V Smart Drive Connectors
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Figure 6-2: Connectors on the Size 1 460V Smart Drive
BaBa+
1C1
Pin
Shunt/DC Bus
Terminals
1D1
PE
1U1
1V1
24V Power
Connector (J1)
1
2
3
4
5
6
+24V
+24V
Mains On
Shunt On
24V Com
24V Com
AC Input Power
(Mains) Terminals
1W1
Analog Interfaced
MMC-SD
Digital Interfaced
MMC-SD
PiCPro Port (P1)
Node Address
Rotary Switches
PiCPro Port (P1)
Not Used
Digital Link
Connectors
(IN/OUT)
Feedback
Connector (F1)
Feedback
Connector (F1)
Not Used
Feedback
Connector (F2)
Drive I/O
Connector (IO)
Drive I/O
Connector (IO)
*See NOTE on next page
Pin
PE
1U2
1
1V2
1W2
92
Motor
Terminals
1
2
3
4
5
6
*See NOTE on next page
Motor Brake
Terminals (X101)
+24VBRK
Brake+
Brake24VCOM
N/C
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The functionality and descriptions for the switches and connectors on the
control section of the 460V MMC Smart Drives are the same as those on the
230V MMC Smart Drive. Refer to section 5.2 on page 63 for more information.
6.2.1.1
Shunt/DC Bus Terminals
Table 6-2: 460V Size 1 Shunt/DC Bus Terminals
Signal Type
Signal Description
Power
External Shunt Resistor. Used to dissipate
energy returned to the
drive by the motor.
Terminal
Label
In/Out
BaOut
Ba+
Direct DC bus connection
BaBa+
1C1 (ZK+)
DC Bus Power
Terminal
1C1
N/A
1D1
1D1 (ZK-)
NOTE
The shunt resistor (if installed) across Ba+ and Ba- will be connected across
the DC bus when the DC bus reaches the “shunt switch threshold” as shown
in the specification table; or when the “Shunt On” input on the J1 connector
is active.
NOTE
If a 460V drive is connected to 220V to run a 220V motor, enable the “220V
Shunt on 440V Drive” feature using PiCPro, connect GPOUT3 on the Drive
I/O (IO) connector to the “Shunt On” input on the J1 connector, and install
the appropriate shunt resistor across the Ba+ and Ba- terminals. The shunt
resistor will be applied across the DC bus when the DC bus voltage rises
above 415 volts, and will be removed when the DC bus voltage falls below
400 volts.
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AC Power Terminal Strip
Table 6-3: 460V Size 1 AC Power Terminals
Signal Type
Signal
Description
Terminal
Label
In/Out
Protective
Ground
Protective Earth
Ground
PE
Out
Power
3 phase input
power AC source
must be center
grounded Y system.
Terminal
PE
1U1
6.2.1.3
1V1
1U1
1V1
In
1W1
1W1
Motor Terminals
Table 6-4: 460V Size 1 Motor Terminals
Signal
Type
Terminal
Signal Description Label
Protective
Ground
Protective Earth
Ground
PE
In/Out
Out
PE
1U2
Power
Drive output
power to motor.
Terminal
1V2
1U2
1V2
Out
1W2
1W2
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Table 6-5: 460V Size 1 24V Power Connector (J1)
Signal Type
Power
Signal
Description
24 VDC input
power
24V Logic
Output
Reserved for
future use, do
not use!
24V Logic
Input
When this input is active,
the shunt resistor (if installed)
between Ba+
and Ba- is
connected
across the DC
bus.
Power
24 VDC input
common to the
drive.
Pin
Terminal
Label
In/Out
1
+24V
2
+24V
3
Mains On
Terminal
In
4
Shunt On
5
24V Com
6
24V Com
Top
Out
In
1
2
3
4
5
6
+24V
+24V
Mains On
Shunt On
24 Com
24 Com
In
CAUTION
A possible ignition hazard within the MMC 460V Smart Drives exists if excessive current is drawn from the 24 VDC powering the MMC Smart Drive. To
prevent this possibility (due to improper wiring or 24 VDC supply failure), a
fuse should be used in series with the 24 VDC to the MMC Smart Drive. Specifically, a 4 A max. “UL248 Series” fuse should be used. In addition, the 24
VDC shall be supplied by an isolating source such that the maximum open
circuit voltage available to the MMC Smart Drive is not more than 30 VDC.
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Motor Brake Terminals (X101)
Table 6-6: 460V Size 1 Motor Brake Terminals (X101)
Signal
Signal Type Description Pin
Power
24 VDC
brake input
power
Brake control
Brake connections
Power
24 VDC common
Terminal
Label
In/Out
1
+24VBRK
In
2
Brake +
Out
3
Brake -
In
4
24VCOM
Out
5
Not Used.
N/C
6
Terminal
Top
1
2
3
4
5
6
+24VBRK
Brake +
Brake 24VCOM
N/C
N/C
Not
Used
Figure 6-3: Wiring Example for X101 Connector
Drive
Connector
4A
+24VBRK
+24V
BRAKE +
Brake
BRAKE 1N4004
MOSFET
24V Power
Supply
24V
COM
+24VCOM
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Figure 6-4: Connectors on the Size 2 460V Drive
460V Size 2 AC Power Terminals
Pin
1U1
PE
1W1
1V1
1
2
3
4
5
6
Ba-
1C1
Ba+
1D1
24V Power
Connector (J1)
+24V
+24V
Mains On
Shunt On
24V Com
24V Com
Analog Interfaced
MMC-SD
Digital Interfaced
MMC-SD
PiCPro Port (P1)
Node Address
Rotary Switches
PiCPro Port (P1)
Not Used
Digital Link
Connectors
(IN/OUT)
Feedback
Connector (F1)
Feedback
Connector (F1)
Not Used
Feedback
Connector (F2)
Drive I/O
Connector (IO)
Drive I/O
Connector (IO)
*See NOTE on next page
*See NOTE on next page
Motor Power
Terminals
Pin
PE
1U2
1V2
1W2
1
2
3
4
5
6
Motor Brake
Terminals (X101)
+24VBRK
Brake+
Brake24VCOM
N/C
N/C
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NOTE
The functionality and descriptions for the switches and connectors on the
control section of the 460V MMC Smart Drives are the same as those on the
230V MMC Smart Drive. Refer to section 5.2 on page 63 for more information.
6.2.2.1
AC Power Terminals
Table 6-7: 460V Size 2 AC Power Terminals
1U1
PE
1C1
1W1
1V1
Ba-
Ba+
1D1
Signal Type
Signal Description
Terminal
Label
In/Out
Ground
Protective Ground
(Earth)
PE
Out
1U1
Power
Three phase AC input
power in to drive
1V1
In
1W1
DC Bus Power
Power
Direct DC bus connection
External Shunt Resistor used to dissipate
energy returned to the
drive from motor
1D1 (ZK-)
Out
1C1 (ZK+)
Ba+
Out
Ba-
NOTE
The shunt resistor (if installed) across Ba+ and Ba- will be connected across
the DC bus when the DC bus reaches the “shunt switch threshold” as shown
in the specification table; or when the “Shunt On” input on the J1 connector
is active.
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NOTE
If a 460V drive is connected to 220V to run a 220V motor, enable the “220V
Shunt on 440V Drive” feature using PiCPro, connect GPOUT3 on the Drive
I/O (IO) connector to the “Shunt On” input on the J1 connector, and install
the appropriate shunt resistor across the Ba+ and Ba- terminals. The shunt
resistor will be applied across the DC bus when the DC bus voltage rises
above 415 volts, and will be removed when the DC bus voltage falls below
400 volts.
6.2.2.2
Motor Power Terminals
Table 6-8: 460V Size 2 Motor Power Terminals
Signal Type
Ground
Motor
Signal
Description
Terminal
Label
In/Out
Protective
Ground (Earth)
PE
Out
Power U-phase
from the drive to
the motor
1U2
Out
Power V-phase
from the drive to
the motor
1V2
Out
Power W-phase
from the drive to
the motor
1W2
Out
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1V2
1U2 1W2
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24V Power Connector (J1)
Table 6-9: 460V Size 2 24V Power Connector (J1)
Pin
Terminal
Label
1
+24V
2
+24V
Reserved for
future use, do
not use!
3
Mains On
24V Logic
Input
When this input is active,
the shunt resistor (if installed)
between Ba+
and Ba- is connected across
the DC bus.
4
Shunt On
24 VDC input
common to the
drive.
5
24V Com
Power
6
24V Com
Signal Type
Signal
Description
24 VDC input
power
Power
24V Logic
Output
In/Out
Terminal
In
Top
Out
In
1
2
3
4
5
6
+24V
+24V
Mains On
Shunt On
24 Com
24 Com
In
CAUTION
A possible ignition hazard within the MMC 460V Smart Drives exists if excessive current is drawn from the 24 VDC powering the MMC Smart Drive. To
prevent this possibility (due to improper wiring or 24 VDC supply failure), a
fuse should be used in series with the 24 VDC to the MMC Smart Drive. Specifically, a 4 A max. “UL248 Series” fuse should be used. In addition, the 24
VDC shall be supplied by an isolating source such that the maximum open
circuit voltage available to the MMC Smart Drive is not more than 30 VDC.
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Motor Brake Terminals (X101)
Table 6-10: 460V Size 2 Motor Brake Terminals (X101)
Signal Type
24 VDC brake input power
Power
Brake control
Power
Signal
Description
Brake connections
24 VDC common
(supply and magnet)
Pin
Terminal
Label
In/Out
1
+24VBRK
In
2
Brake +
Out
3
Brake -
In
4
24VCOM
Out
N/C
Not
Used
5
Not Used.
6
Terminal
Top
1
2
3
4
5
6
+24VBRK
Brake +
Brake 24VCOM
N/C
N/C
Figure 6-5: Wiring Example for X101 Connector
Drive
Connector
4A
+24VBRK
+24V
BRAKE +
Brake
BRAKE 1N4004
MOSFET
24V Power
Supply
24V
COM
+24VCOM
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Size 3 460V Drive Smart Drive Connectors
Figure 6-6: Connectors on the Size 3 460V Drive
Line Power Terminals
1U1
1V1
PE
1C1
1W1
1D1
BaBa+
Pin
24V Power
Connector (J1)
1
2
3
4
5
6
PE
+24V
+24V
Mains On
Shunt On
24V Com
24V Com
Analog Interfaced
MMC-SD
Digital Interfaced
MMC-SD
PiCPro Port (P1)
Node Address
Rotary Switches
PiCPro Port (P1)
Not Used
Digital LInk
Connectors
(IN/OUT)
Feedback
Connector (F1)
Feedback
Connector (F1)
Not Used
Feedback
Connector (F2)
Drive I/O
Connector (IO)
Drive I/O
Connector (IO)
*See NOTE on next page
Motor Power Terminals
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
PE
102
1U2
1W2
Motor Brake
Terminals (X101)
(Located under cover)
*See NOTE on next page
+24VBRK
Brake+
Brake24VCOM
N/C
N/C
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NOTE
The functionality and descriptions for the switches and connectors on the
control section of the 460V MMC Smart Drives are the same as those on the
230V MMC Smart Drive. Refer to section 5.2 on page 63 for more information.
6.2.3.1
AC Power Terminals
Table 6-11: 460V Size 3 AC Power Terminals
PE
1C1
1W1
1U1
1V1
Ba-
PE
Ba+
1D1
Signal Type
Signal Description
Terminal
Label
In/Out
Ground
Protective Ground
(Earth)
PE
Out
1U1
Power
Three phase AC input
power in to drive
1V1
In
1W1
DC Bus Power
Direct DC bus connection
External Shunt Resistor used to dissipate
energy returned to the
drive from motor
1D1 (ZK-)
Out
1C1 (ZK+)
Ba+
Out
Ba-
NOTE
The shunt resistor (if installed) across Ba+ and Ba- will be connected across
the DC bus when the DC bus reaches the “shunt switch threshold” as shown
in the specification table; or when the “Shunt On” input on the J1 connector
is active.
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NOTE
If a 460V drive is connected to 220V to run a 220V motor, enable the “220V
Shunt on 440V Drive” feature using PiCPro, connect GPOUT3 on the Drive
I/O (IO) connector to the “Shunt On” input on the J1 connector, and install
the appropriate shunt resistor across the Ba+ and Ba- terminals. The shunt
resistor will be applied across the DC bus when the DC bus voltage rises
above 415 volts, and will be removed when the DC bus voltage falls below
400 volts.
6.2.3.2
Motor Power Terminals
Table 6-12: 460V Size 3 Motor Power Terminals
Signal
Type
Signal
Description
Terminal
Label
In/Out
Ground
Protective
Ground (Earth)
PE
Out
Power U-phase
from the drive to
the motor
1U2
Out
Power V-phase
from the drive to
the motor
1V2
Out
Motor
Power W-phase
from the drive to
the motor
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PE
1W2
1U2
1W2
1V2
Out
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24V Power Connector (J1)
Table 6-13: 460V Size 3 24V Power Connector (J1)
Pin
Terminal
Label
1
+24V
2
+24V
Reserved for
future use, do
not use!
3
Mains On
24V Logic
Input
When this input is active,
the shunt resistor (if installed)
between Ba+
and Ba- is connected across
the DC bus.
4
Shunt On
24 VDC input
common to the
drive.
5
24V Com
Power
6
24V Com
Signal Type
Power
24V Logic
Output
Signal
Description
24 VDC input
power
In/Out
Terminal
In
Top
Out
In
1
2
3
4
5
6
+24V
+24V
Mains On
Shunt On
24 Com
24 Com
In
CAUTION
A possible ignition hazard within the MMC 460V Smart Drives exists if excessive current is drawn from the 24 VDC powering the MMC Smart Drive. To
prevent this possibility (due to improper wiring or 24 VDC supply failure), a
fuse should be used in series with the 24 VDC to the MMC Smart Drive. Specifically, a 4 A max. “UL248 Series” fuse should be used. In addition, the 24
VDC shall be supplied by an isolating source such that the maximum open
circuit voltage available to the MMC Smart Drive is not more than 30 VDC.
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Motor Brake Terminals (X101)
Table 6-14: 460V Size 3 Motor Brake Terminals (X101)
Signal Type
24 VDC brake input power
Power
Brake control
Power
Signal
Description
Brake connections
24 VDC common
(supply and magnet)
Pin
Terminal
Label
In/Out
1
+24VBRK
In
2
Brake +
Out
3
Brake -
In
4
24VCOM
Out
N/C
Not
Used
5
Not Used.
6
Terminal
Top
1
2
3
4
5
6
+24VBRK
Brake +
Brake 24VCOM
N/C
N/C
Figure 6-7: Wiring Example for X101 Connector
Drive
Connector
4A
+24VBRK
+24V
BRAKE +
Brake
BRAKE 1N4004
MOSFET
24V Power
Supply
24V
COM
+24VCOM
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Size 4 460V Drive Smart Drive Connectors
Figure 6-8: Connectors on the Size 4 460V Drive
Line Power Terminals
1V1
PE
1C1
1W1
1U1
1D1
Ba-
24V Power
Connector (J1)
Pin
Ba+
1
2
3
4
5
6
+24V
+24V
Mains On
Shunt On
24V Com
24V Com
Analog Interfaced
MMC-SD
Digital Interfaced
MMC-SD
PiCPro Port (P1)
Node Address
Rotary Switches
PiCPro Port (P1)
Not Used
Digital LInk
Connectors
(IN/OUT)
Feedback
Connector (F1)
Feedback
Connector (F1)
Not Used
Feedback
Connector (F2)
Drive I/O
Connector (IO)
Drive I/O
Connector (IO)
*See NOTE on next page
Motor Power Terminals
*See NOTE on next page
Motor Brake
Terminals (X101)
(Located under cover)
Fan
Terminals
(X36)
L N
PE
1U2
1W2
1V2
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
+24VBRK
Brake+
Brake24VCOM
N/C
N/C
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NOTE
The functionality and descriptions for the switches and connectors on the
control section of the 460V MMC Smart Drives are the same as those on the
230V MMC Smart Drive. Refer to section 5.2 on page 63 for more information.
6.2.4.1
AC Power Terminals
Table 6-15: 460V Size 4 AC Power Terminals
PE
1C1
1W1
1U1
1V1
Ba+
1D1
Signal Type
Signal Description
Ground
Protective Ground
(Earth)
Ba-
Terminal
Label
In/Out
PE
Out
1U1
Power
Three phase AC input
power in to drive
1V1
In
1W1
DC Bus Power
Direct DC bus connection
External Shunt Resistor used to dissipate
energy returned to the
drive from motor
1D1 (ZK-)
Out
1C1 (ZK+)
Ba+
Out
Ba-
NOTE
The shunt resistor (if installed) across Ba+ and Ba- will be connected across
the DC bus when the DC bus reaches the “shunt switch threshold” as shown
in the specification table; or when the “Shunt On” input on the J1 connector
is active.
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NOTE
If a 460V drive is connected to 220V to run a 220V motor, enable the “220V
Shunt on 440V Drive” feature using PiCPro, connect GPOUT3 on the Drive
I/O (IO) connector to the “Shunt On” input on the J1 connector, and install
the appropriate shunt resistor across the Ba+ and Ba- terminals. The shunt
resistor will be applied across the DC bus when the DC bus voltage rises
above 415 volts, and will be removed when the DC bus voltage falls below
400 volts.
6.2.4.2
Motor Power Terminals
Table 6-16: 460V Size 4 Motor Power Terminals
Signal
Type
Signal
Description
Terminal
Label
In/Out
Ground
Protective
Ground (Earth)
PE
Out
Power U-phase
from the drive to
the motor
1U2
Out
Power V-phase
from the drive to
the motor
1V2
Out
Motor
Power W-phase
from the drive to
the motor
Terminal
PE
1W2
1U2
1W2
1V2
Out
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24V Power Connector (J1)
Table 6-17: 460V Size 4 24V Power Connector (J1)
Pin
Terminal
Label
1
+24V
2
+24V
Reserved for
future use, do
not use!
3
Mains On
24V Logic
Input
When this input is active,
the shunt resistor (if installed)
between Ba+
and Ba- is connected across
the DC bus.
4
Shunt On
24 VDC input
common to the
drive.
5
24V Com
Power
6
24V Com
Signal Type
Signal
Description
24 VDC input
power
Power
24V Logic
Output
In/Out
Terminal
In
Top
Out
In
1
2
3
4
5
6
+24V
+24V
Mains On
Shunt On
24 Com
24 Com
In
CAUTION
A possible ignition hazard within the MMC 460V Smart Drives exists if excessive current is drawn from the 24 VDC powering the MMC Smart Drive. To
prevent this possibility (due to improper wiring or 24 VDC supply failure), a
fuse should be used in series with the 24 VDC to the MMC Smart Drive. Specifically, a 4 A max. “UL248 Series” fuse should be used. In addition, the 24
VDC shall be supplied by an isolating source such that the maximum open
circuit voltage available to the MMC Smart Drive is not more than 30 VDC.
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Motor Brake Terminals (X101)
Table 6-18: 460V Size 4 Motor Brake Terminals (X101)
Signal Type
Signal
Description
24 VDC brake input power
Power
Brake control
Brake connections
24 VDC common
(supply and magnet)
Power
Pin
Terminal
Label
In/Out
1
+24VBRK
In
2
Brake +
Out
3
Brake -
In
4
24VCOM
Out
N/C
Not
Used
5
Not Used.
6
Terminal
Top
1
2
3
4
5
6
+24VBRK
Brake +
Brake 24VCOM
N/C
N/C
Figure 6-9: Wiring Example for X101 Connector
Drive
Connector
4A
+24VBRK
+24V
BRAKE +
Brake
BRAKE 1N4004
MOSFET
24V Power
Supply
24V
COM
+24VCOM
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Fan Terminals (X36)
Table 6-19: 460V Size 4 Fan Terminals (X36)
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Signal
Type
Signal
Description
Pin
Terminal
Label
In/Out
Power
230VAC Line for
powering the fan
1
L
In
Power
230VAC Neutral
for powering the
fan
2
N
In
Terminal
230VAC
L N
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Typical 460V Drive Connection Layout
Optional
Shunt
Resistor
Incoming AC
Power (Mains)
PE U V W
+24V
M24V
S1
L1
L2
PE
1U1
1V1
1W1
J1
BaBa+
1C1
1D1
4A
RB
X36-L
230VAC
FAN
X36-N
MMC-SD-460
4A
X101-1
X101-2
X101-3
X101-4
X101-5
X101-6
+24V
A
PE
1U2
1V2
1W2
F1/F2
ENC
BRAKE
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6.4
Specifications - 460V MMC Smart Drive)
6.4.1
Common Data for Size 1, 2, 3, 4 (All Models)
Danaher Motion
General Drive Data
Minimum wire size for input power
wires
1.5mm2 (16 AWG) 75° C copper
Maximum tightening torque for power wire terminals
1.25Nm (11 in-lbs.)
Commutation
3 Phase Sinusoidal, Space Vector Modulated (SVM)
Current Regulator
Digital PI 125 µsec update rate
Velocity Regulator
Digital PID - 250 µsec update rate
General Operating Data
Operating Temperature Range
(MMC-SD-1.3, -2.4, -4.0, -6.0, -8.0, 12.0, -16.0, -24.0)
7o C to 50o C (45o F to 122o F)
Operating Temperature Range
(MMC-SD-30.0, -42.0, -51.0, -65.0)
o
o
o
o
o
7 C to 55 C (45 F to 131 F). Derate 3% per C above
o
40 C.
Storage Temperature Range
o
o
o
o
-30 C to 70 C (-22 F to 158 F)
Humidity
5% to 95% non-condensing
Altitude
1500m (5000ft)
Derate 3% for each 300 m above 1500m
Vibration Limits (per IEC 68-2-6)
Operating/Non-operating
10-57Hz (constant amplitude .15mm)
57 - 2000Hz (acceleration 2g)
Shock (per IEC 68-2-27)
Non-operating
15g/11msec per axis
F1 and F2 Feedback Inputs
Input receiver type
Maxim 3098 A quad B differential RS422 receiver
Encoder signals
Differential quadrature
Input threshold
±200mV
Input termination
150Ω, provided internal
Maximum input voltage
5Vpp differential -10 to +13.2V common mode
Maximum input signal frequency
720KHz (2.88 M feedback unit count rate)
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General Purpose Inputs
• 8 optically isolated 24V DC inputs
• Active high
• 6 are current sourcing only (current flow into input)
• 2 are sink or source
Configuration
Guaranteed On
15VDC
Guaranteed Off
5VDC
Time delay on
1ms max.
Time delay off
1ms max.
Input voltage
Nominal 24VDC, maximum 30VDC
General Purpose Outputs
• 4 optically isolated 24VDC outputs
• Active high
• Current sourcing only (current into load)
• Short circuit and overload protected
Configuration
Maximum current
50mA per output
Voltage range
24VDC +15%-10%
Time delay on for resistive loads
50µsec. max
Time delay off for resistive loads
50µsec. max
Leakage current in off state
0.5mA max
Command Input/Output
Command Input
Analog velocity or torque, 0 to + 10V
14 bit effective resolution
Digital Link In/Out Ports (Digital Interfaced MMC-SD only)
“In” port
Sends and receives high speed data to and from connected
MMC-SD’s “Out” port.
“Out” port
Sends and receives high speed data to and from connected
MMC-SD’s “In” port.
Cable Type
Shielded, Straight Pinned, CAT5 or better (CAT5e, CAT6,
etc.)
Maximum Cable Length
82.5 ft (25 m)
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Drive I/O Connector Encoder Emulation Output
F1 Motor Feedback Type
Incremental Encoder
High Resolution Encoder
Resolver
Input Limit
Encoder Emulation
Output
(A quad B Differential
Output)
720KHz
2.88 M counts/sec.
The motor encoder A/B/I inputs are electrically buffered
and retransmitted via the
Drive I/O connector.
100KHz
400K counts/sec.
The encoder SIN/COS signals are electrically squared
and retransmitted as A/B.
The index mark “I” is synthesized by the drive control
DSP. Absolute position information is not available via the
Encoder Emulation Output.
500RPS
2.00M counts/sec.
The field-installable resolver
interface module converts
the motor resolver to 1024
lines/4096 counts per revolution of A/B encoder output.
The module synthesizes the
index mark “I” once per revolution of the resolver. Absolute position information is
not available via the Encoder
Emulation Output.
Conformity
CE Marked
Conforms to Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC
(amended by 93/68/EEC) and EMC Directive 89/336/
EEC (amended by 92/31/EEC and 93/68/EEC).
Conformance is in accordance with the following standards:
EN 50178 and EN61800-3
UL and C/UL Listed
E233454
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Physical/Electrical Data for 460V Size 1 Smart Drives
Model
MMC-SD-1.3-460 (-D)
MMC-SD-2.4-460 (-D)
Physical
Weight
10 lbs.
Electrical Specifications
AC Input Specifications
Nominal Input Power
1.94kVA
Input Voltage
3.33kVA
207-460 VAC (nominal), Three Phase, 187-528 VAC
Input Frequency
47-63Hz
Nominal Input
2.44A RMS
4.18A RMS
NOTE: Nominal Input Current is specified for nominal input voltage of 460 VAC.
Maximum Inrush
4.56A RMS
7.81A RMS
Power Loss
34W
60W
AC Output Specifications
Continuous Output
3.0A
5.5A
Continuous Output Power
Input = 230 VAC
.65kW
1.2kW
Input = 460 VAC
1.3kW
2.4kW
6.0A
11.0A
Peak Output Current
Output Frequency
0-450Hz
DC Input Power Specifications (24VDC)
Input Voltage Range
24VDC +15% -10%
Typical Input Current
700mA
Typical Input Wattage
17W
Inrush Current
4A for 10ms
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Internal Holding Brake Driver
Maximum Current
0.5A
Energy Absorbtion Specifications
DC Bus Capacitance
(Internal)
110μF
Shunt Switch
Threshold
240μF
780VDC
Joules available for energy absorption
230V motor w/
230V line input
3 joules
7 joules
460V motor w/
230V line input
28 joules
60 joules
460V motor w/
460V line input
10 joules
22 joules
External Shunt
Maximum shunt
resistor current
5.9A (AC)
Minimum shunt
resistor
130Ω
Maximum shunt
resistor power at
minimum shunt
resistor
118
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Physical/Electrical Data for 460V Size 2 Smart Drives
Model
MMC-SD-4.0-460
(-D)
MMC-SD-6.0-460
(-D)
MMC-SD-8.0-460
(-D)
Physical
Weight
16 lbs.
Electrical Specifications
AC Input Specifications
Nominal Input
Power
Input Voltage
5.6kVA
8.6kVA
207-460 VAC (nominal), Three Phase, 187-528 VAC (absolute limits)
Input Frequency
Nominal Input
Current
11.8kVA
47-63Hz
7A RMS
10.8A RMS
14.8A RMS
NOTE: Nominal Input Current is specified for nominal input voltage of 460 VAC. Approximate
Current for input voltages between 400 and 480 VAC = (listed current) x 460/input voltage
Maximum Inrush
Current
13.2A RMS
20.2A RMS
27.7A RMS
Power Loss
102W
150W
204W
13.5A
18.0A
AC Output Specifications
Continuous Output
Current (0-Peak)
9.0A
Continuous Output Power
Input = 230 VAC
2.0kW
3.0kW
4.0kW
Input = 460 VAC
4.0kW
6.0kW
8.0kW
Peak Output Current
(0-peak)
18.0A
27.0A
36.0A
Output Frequency
0Hz to 450Hz
Internal Holding Brake Driver
Maximum Current
0.5A
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DC Input Power Specifications (24VDC)
Input Voltage Range
24VDC +15% -10%
Typical Input Current
1050mA
Typical Input
Wattage
25W
Inrush Current
4A for 10ms
Energy Absorbtion Specifications
DC Bus Capacitance
(Internal)
470μF
Shunt Switch
Threshold
780VDC
705μF
Joules available for energy absorption
230V motor w/230V
line input
13 joules
19 joules
460V motor w/230V
line input
188 joules
177 joules
460V motor w/460V
line input
44 joules
66 joules
External Shunt
120
Maximum shunt
resistor current
9A (AC)
9A (AC)
9A (AC)
Minimum shunt
resistor
86Ω
60Ω
44Ω
Maximum shunt
resistor power at
minimum shunt
resistor
7kW
10kW
14kW
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460V 3-Phase MMC Smart Drive
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Physical/Electrical Data for 460V Size 3 Smart Drives
Model
MMC-SD12.0-460
(-D)
MMC-SD16.0-460
(-D)
MMC-SD24.0-460
(-D)
MMC-SD30.0-460-D
Physical
Weight
35 lbs.
Electrical Specifications
AC Input Specifications
Nominal Input Power
13.3kVA
16.8kVA
26.3 kVA
36.7 kVA
207-460VAC (nominal), Three Phase, 187-528VAC (absolute
limits)
Input Voltage
Input Frequency
47-63Hz
Nominal Input
Current
16.7A RMS
21.1A RMS
33.1A RMS
44.0A RMS
NOTE: Nominal Input Current is specified for nominal input voltage of 460 VAC.
Approximate Current for input voltages between 400 and 480 VAC = (listed current) x
460/input voltage
Maximum Inrush
Current
32.2A RMS
39.2A RMS
61.8A RMS
tbdA RMS
Power Loss
300W
390W
600W
840W
36.5A
55.0A
69.3A
AC Output Specifications
Continuous Output
Current (0-Peak)
27.5A
Continuous Output Power
Input = 230 VAC
6.0kW
8.0kW
12.0kW
15.0kW
Input = 460 VAC
12.0kW
16.0kW
24.0kW
30.0kW
55.0A
73.0A
110.0A
110.0A
Peak Output Current
(0-peak)
Output Frequency
0Hz to 450Hz
Internal Holding Brake Driver
Maximum Current
0.5A
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DC Input Power Specifications (24VDC)
Input Voltage Range
24VDC +15% -10%
Typical Input Current
1050mA
Typical Input Wattage
25W
Inrush Current
4A for 10ms
Energy Absorbtion Specifications
DC Bus Capacitance
(Internal)
820μF
1230μF
Shunt Switch
Threshold
1640μF
2000μF
780VDC
Joules available for energy absorption
230V motor w/
230V line input
22 joules
33 joules
45 joules
553 joules
460V motor w/
230V line input
206 joules
309 joules
412 joules
502 joules
460V motor w/
460V line input
76 joules
114 joules
152 joules
185 joules
External Shunt
Maximum shunt
resistor current
36A (AC)
50A (AC)
Minimum shunt
resistor
22Ω
16Ω
29kW
40kW
Maximum shunt
resistor power at
minimum shunt
resistor
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Physical/Electrical Data for 460V Size 4 Smart Drives
Model
MMC-SD42.0-460-D
MMC-SD51.0-460-D
MMC-SD65.0-460-D
Physical
Weight
59 lbs.
Electrical Specifications
AC Input Specifications
Nominal Input Power
48.5kVA
72.1kVA
207-460VAC (nominal), Three Phase, 187-528VAC
(absolute limits)
Input Voltage
Input Frequency
Nominal Input Current
58.2kVA
47-63Hz
58A RMS
72A RMS
95A RMS
NOTE: Nominal Input Current is specified for nominal input voltage of 460
VAC. Approximate Current for input voltages between 400 and 480 VAC =
(listed current) x 460/input voltage
Maximum Inrush
Current
tbdA RMS
tbdA RMS
tbdA RMS
Power Loss
1080W
1350W
1740W
117.4A
152.7A
AC Output Specifications
Continuous Output
Current (0-Peak)
93.3A
Continuous Output Power
Input = 230 VAC
21.0kW
25.1kW
32.5kW
Input = 460 VAC
42.0kW
51.0kW
65.0kW
147A
189A
209A
Peak Output Current
(0-peak)
Output Frequency
0Hz to 450Hz
Internal Holding Brake Driver
Maximum Current
4.0A
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DC Input Power Specifications (24VDC)
Input Voltage Range
24VDC +15% -10%
Typical Input Current
3.2A
Typical Input Wattage
77W
Inrush Current
tbdA for tbdms
Energy Absorbtion Specifications
DC Bus Capacitance
(Internal)
1880μF
2350μF
Shunt Switch
Threshold
3055μF
780VDC
Joules available for energy absorption
230V motor w/
230V line input
50.4joules
63.1joules
82joules
460V motor w/
230V line input
472joules
591joules
768joules
460V motor w/
460V line input
173joules
218joules
284joules
Maximum shunt
resistor current
67A (AC)
100A (AC)
100A (AC)
Minimum shunt
resistor
12Ω
8Ω
8W
Maximum shunt
resistor power at
minimum shunt
resistor
53kW
80
80kW
External Shunt
Fan (X36 Connector)
Input Voltage
124
230VAC (nominal), 207VAC to 253VAC, 50/60HZ
Input Current
1A Max
Power Loss
87W
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Dimensions for the 460V Smart Drives
Figure 6-10: Size 1 460V Smart Drive - Front View
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Figure 6-12: Size 2 460V Smart Drive - Front View
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Figure 6-14: Size 3 460V Smart Drive - Front View
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Figure 6-16: Size 4 460V Smart Drive - Front View
4.72in.
(120.00mm)
1.38in.
(35.00mm)
25.88in.
(655.00mm)
7.5in.
(190.00mm)
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Figure 6-17: Size 4 460V Smart Drive - Side View
26.18in.
(665.00mm)
12.71in.
(322.63mm)
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7
Cables and Connections to External Devices
7.1
Flex Cable Installation Guidelines
Follow these guidelines for any flexing cable application:
•
Cable should be hung suspended for 48 hours to develop its most natural “set*
and lay” prior to installation
•
A cable should be installed with, not against, its natural set
•
Using strain relief fittings at both ends of the cable will reduce conductor breakage
at the flex points
•
If there is any kink in a cable after installation, it will always remain and eventually
cause a cable failure
•
After installation, the most critical factors in the cable are the minimum bend
radius and the reel tension
* Note: The natural set occurs during the manufacturing of the cable. The cable is
cured in one direction on the reel with a notable difference in its ability to be flexed one
way versus the other.
When using specially designed flex cables, the following five criteria must be
considered:
•
Bending Radius
•
Cable Tension
•
Operating Speed
•
Temperature
•
Ampacity
Bending Radius and Cable Tension are discussed in the following sections.
7.1.1
Bending Radius
The following guidelines recommended by the ICEA standards are intended to
optimize cable life:
•
Minimum Bend Radius (Shielded Feedback Cables) = 12 times the Cable Diameter
•
Minimum Bend Radius (Shielded Power Cables) = 12 times the Cable Diameter
Reduced bending radii result in reduced cable life due to increased stress on the
copper conductors and overall distortion of the cable. Therefore, reduced radii should
only be considered for applications in which other factors, such as reduced cable
tension, lower operating speed, and ambient temperature are more favorable to cable
life, or where the mechanical limitations of the installation do not allow the optimum
radius.
Doubling the minimum bending radius for reeling applications can triple cable life at
the maximum recommended tension. Therefore, the largest possible bending radius
should be used to increase cable life.
7.1.2
Cable Tension
Cable tension plays an extremely important role in determining cable life in reeling.
The copper conductors are the principle strength member in flexible cable
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constructions. Even if strain relief fittings are used on the cable ends, most of the
tension will still be supported by the copper conductors.
The effects of tension on a cable are dependent upon the pounds per cross-sectional
area of the copper conductors. Larger AWG wires and/or more conductors can handle
more tension than smaller AWG wires and/or fewer conductors.
7.2
Flex Cable Installation
Cables should be fixed on both ends to relieve them of tensile loads and prevent any
loads from being applied to the molded connectors. At a minimum, the cables have to
be fixed on the moving end of the track. A distance of 3 to 6 inches from the track to
the fixation point is recommended (See Figure 7-1).
WARNING: CABLE DAMAGE
Failure to properly isolate Flex, Pull, and Torsional forces from the connector
ends will result in electrical and mechanical breakdown. Over clamping at the
fixation point can result in cable damage.
Figure 7-1: Flex Cable Installation
TO
INCHES
&IXATION
POINT
#ONNECTOR-OUNTING
#ONNECTOR-OUNTING
4RACK
.ONFLEXINGAREA.OSTRESSBETWEEN
FIXATIONPOINTANDCONNECTORMOUNTING
Observe the following precautions when installing flex cables:
134
•
The cable must be able to move freely in the track
•
The cable must be able to move in the radius section of the track. This must be
checked in the track’s fully extended position.
•
When cables of different diameters are installed, the use of vertical separators or
horizontal shelving is recommended. Cables of similar diameters can be put in the
same compartment.
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•
Cables should never be put on top of one another in high velocity or high cycle
applications.
•
The cable’s weight should be distributed symmetrically over the chain width.
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I/O Cable Pin Assignments
Table 7-1: I/O Cable to Controller (Analog Interfaced MMC-SD only)
D-sub 26-Pin HD Male
Connector to MMC Smart
Drive
19
Twisted
Pair
9 pair 28
AWG
D-sub 15-Pin HD Male Connector to MMC
Controller
1
26
11
1
15
5
9
Wire
Color
136
Pin
Number
Signal
Type
Pin
Number
Jumper
Connection
Signal
Type
Black
1
A
1
A
White/Black
2
A/
2
A/
Red
3
B
3
B
White/Red
4
B/
4
B/
Green
5
I
5
I
White/Green
6
I/
10
I/
Orange
26
OUT4
6
DCIN+
White/
N/U
N/U
7
DCIN-
Blue
14
CMD+
8
DA+
White/Blue
15
CMD-
9
DA-
Yellow
17
IN1
13
DCOUT1
White/Yellow
18
IN2
14
DCOUT2
Brown
N/U
N/U
N/U
N/A
White/Brown
N/U
N/U
15
DCOSS
Violet
N/U
N/U
N/U
N/A
White/Violet
N/U
N/U
N/U
N/A
Gray
10
IO24V
11
24VDCOUT
White/Gray
16
IOCOM
12
COM
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LSM and MSM Motors Cable Pin Assignments
Table 7-2: F1/F2 Motor Encoder Cable to LSM or MSM Motors
D-sub 15-Pin HD Male
Connector to MMC Smart Drive
Twisted Pair
8 pair 28
AWG
1 pair 16
AWG
11
1
11
1
2
Pin
Number
5
Signal Type
Pin
Number
17
16
15
14
4
5
10
12
13
3
15
Wire
Color
Connector to Motor
6
9
8
7
Jumper
Connections
Signal Type
Yellow
1
A
1
A
White/Yellow
2
A/
2
A/
Blue
3
B
3
B
White/Blue
4
B/
4
B/
Black
5
I
5
I
White/Black
10
I/
6
I/
Violet
12
S1
15
S1
White/Violet
13
S2
16
S2
Red
8
S3
17
S3
White/Red
N/U
N/A
N/U
N/A
Green
11
TEMPERATURE
13
TEMPERATURE+
White/Green
N/U
N/A
14
TEMPERATURE-
Orange
N/U
N/A
N/U
N/A
White/Orange
N/U
N/A
N/U
N/A
Brown
7
9 VDC
9
9 VDC
White/Brown
N/U
N/A
N/U
N/A
Gray
14
+5 VDC
10
+5 VDC
White/Gray
6
COM
11
COM
N/C
9
N/A
7
N/C
N/C
15
N/A
8
N/C
12
N/C
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Table 7-3: Motor Power Connector to LSM or MSM Motors
Connector Pinout
+
4
D
V
B
C
A
1
U
W
1
2
3
Size 1 Power
Connector
(Kit No.
M.1302.0479)
Size 1.5.1
Power
Connector
(Kit No.
M.1302.1998)
Size 1.5.2
Power
Connector
(Kit No.
M.1302.2354)
Wire
Color
Wire
Number
Signal
Type
Black (1)
1U2
Out
1
U
Black (2)
1V2
Out
3
V
Black (3)
1W2
Out
4
W
Green/
Yellow
PE
Ground
2
Black (5)
Brake+
Out
A
+
Black (6)
Brake-
Out
B
-
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Table 7-4: Fan Motor Power Connector to LSM or MSM Motors
Connector Pinout
2
1
6
3
5
Wire Color
Wire
Number
Signal Type
4
Pin
Brown
U
Out
1
Black
N
Out
2
Green/Yellow
PE
Ground
3
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AKM/DDR Motors Cable Pin Assignments
Table 7-5: F1/F2 Motor Encoder Cable to AKM/DDR Motor
D-sub 15-Pin HD Male
Connector to MMC Smart
Drive
Twisted
Pair
8 pair 28
AWG
1 pair 16
AWG
11
Connector to Motor
1
5
16
15
6
9
8
7
Wire
Color
Pin
Number
Signal Type
Yellow
1
A
3
A
White/Yellow
2
A/
4
A/
Blue
3
B
1
B
White/Blue
4
B/
2
B/
Black
5
I
5
I
White/Black
10
I/
6
I/
Violet
12
S1
15
S1
White/Violet
13
S2
16
S2
Red
8
S3
17
S3
White/Red
N/U
N/A
N/U
N/A
Green
11
TEMPERATURE
8
TEMPERATURE+
White/Green
N/U
N/A
9
TEMPERATURE-
Orange
N/U
N/A
N/U
N/A
White/Orange
N/U
N/A
N/U
N/A
Brown
7
9 VDC
11
N/A
White/Brown
N/U
N/A
N/U
N/A
Gray
14
+5 VDC
10
+5 VDC
White/Gray
6
COM
7
COM
N/C
9
N/A
12
N/C
N/C
15
N/A
13
N/C
14
N/C
140
Pin
Number
17
14
4
5
10
12
13
3
15
11
1
2
Jumper
Connections
Signal Type
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Table 7-6: F1/F2 Motor Resolver Cable to AKM/DDR Motor
D-sub 15-Pin HD Male
Connector to MMC
Smart Drive
Twisted
Pair
4 pair 24
AWG
Wire
Color
11
1
15
5
Pin
Number
Signal
Type
Connector to Motor
Pin
Number
Jumper
Connections
Signal
Type
Black
1
COS+
7
COS+
White/Black
2
COS-
3
COS-
Red
3
SIN+
8
SIN+
White/Red
4
SIN-
4
SIN-
Green
5
REF+
9
REF+
White/Green
10
REF-
5
REF-
Orange
11
TEMP+
2
TEMP+
White/Orange
6
COM
6
TEMP-
N/C
7
9 VDC
9
9 VDC
N/C
8
N/A
N/U
N/A
N/C
9
+5 VDC
10
+5 VDC
N/C
12
COM
1
N/C
N/C
13
N/A
10
N/C
N/C
14
N/A
11
N/C
N/C
15
N/A
12
N/C
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Table 7-7: F1/F2 Motor ENDAT/BiSS Cable to AKM/DDR Motor
15-Pin HD male D-sub
Connector to MMC Smart
Drive
Twisted Pair
7 pair 28
AWG
1 pair 16
AWG
1 pair 22
AWG
11
Connector to Motor
1
5
16
15
6
9
8
7
Wire
Color
Pin
Number
Signal Type
Yellow
1
COS
9
B+
White/Yellow
2
COS/
1
B-
Blue
3
SIN
11
A+
White/Blue
4
SIN/
3
A-
Black
5
DATA+
5
DATA
White/Black
10
DATA-
13
DATA/
Violet
12
CLOCK+
8
CLOCK
White/Violet
13
CLOCK-
15
CLOCK/
Red
N/U
N/A
12
UnSENSE VCC
White/Red
N/U
N/A
10
UnSENSE COM
Green
11
TEMPERATUR
7
THERMAL
White/Green
N/U
N/A
14
THERMAL
Orange
N/U
N/A
N/U
N/A
White/Orange
N/U
N/A
N/U
N/A
Brown
7
9 VDC
N/U
N/A
White/Brown
N/U
N/A
N/U
N/A
Gray
14
+5 VDC
4
5VDC
White/Gray
6
COM
2
GMD
N/C
9
N/A
6
N/C
N/C
15
N/A
16
N/C
N/C
8
N/A
17
N/C
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Pin
Number
17
14
4
5
10
12
13
3
15
11
1
2
Jumper
Connections
Signal Type
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Table 7-8: Motor Power Connector to AKM/DDR Motor
Connector Pinout
+
4
D
V
B
C
A
1
U
W
1
2
3
Wire
Color
Wire
Number
Signal
Type
Size 1 Power
Connector
(Kit No.
M.1302.0479)
Size 1.5.1
Power
Connector
(Kit No.
M.1302.1998)
Size 1.5.2
Power
Connector
(Kit No.
M.1302.2354)
Black (1)
U
Out
1
U
Black (2)
V
Out
4
V
Black (3)
W
Out
3
W
Green/
Yellow
PE
Ground
2
Black (5)
Brake+
Out
A
+
White (6)
Brake-
Out
B
-
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FSM Motors Cable Pin Assignments
Table 7-9: F1/F2 Motor Encoder Cable to FSM Motors
D-sub 15-Pin HD Male
Connector to MMC Smart
Drive
11
Twisted Pair,
28 AWG
16 AWG
Connector to Motor
1
B
C
D
A
M
L
N
P
T
R
E
K
S
J
15
Wire
Color
Pin
Number
F
5
G
Signal Type
Pin
Number
H
Jumper
Connections
Signal Type
Black
1
A
A
A
White/Black
2
A/
B
A/
Red
3
B
C
B
White/Red
4
B/
D
B/
Green
5
I
E
I
White/Green
10
I/
F
I/
Gray
14
+5V
J
+5VDC
K
+5VDC
L
COM
M
COM
S
TEMPERATURE-
White/Gray
6
COM
Blue
13
S2
N
S2
White/Blue
12
S1
T
S1
Brown
8
S3
P
S3
White/Brown
11
TEMPERATURE
R
TEMPERATURE+
Orange
N/U
N/A
N/U
N/A
White/
N/U
N/A
N/U
N/A
Violet
N/U
N/C
G
N/C
White/Violet
7
N/C
H
N/C
Yellow
9
N/C
N/U
N/A
White/Yellow
15
N/C
N/U
N/A
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Table 7-10: Motor Power Cable to FSM Motors
Drive Lower Screw
Terminal
Wire
Color
Terminal
A
D
B
C
Connector End to Motor
Signal
Type
Pin
Number
Signal
Type
Brown
U
Out
A
Out
Black
V
Out
B
Out
Blue
W
Out
C
Out
Ground
D
Ground
Green/Yellow
Motor Brake Cable Connector to FSM Motors
A
B
Pin Number
Signal Type
A
B+
B
B-
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YSM Motors Cable Pin Assignments
Table 7-11: F1/F2 Motor Encoder Cable to YSM Motors
D-sub 15-Pin HD Male
Connector to MMC Smart
Drive
11
Twisted Pair,
28 AWG
16 AWG
Connector to Motor
1
3
1
4
8
9
14
15
20
25
15
5
21
28
Wire
Color
Pin
Number
Signal
Type
Black
1
A
9
A
White/Black
2
A/
10
A/
Red
3
B
11
B
White/Red
4
B/
12
B/
Green
5
I
13
I
White/Green
10
I/
14
I/
Gray
14
+5V
22
+5VDC
White/Gray
6
COM
23
COM
Blue
13
S2
17
S2
White/Blue
12
S1
15
Brown
8
S3
19
White/Brown
11
N/C
24
N/C
7
N/C
1
N/C
9
N/C
2
N/C
15
N/C
3
N/C
4-8
N/C
16
N/C
18
N/C
20
N/C
21
N/C
25-28
N/C
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Pin
Number
26
Jumper
Connections
NO JUMPERED
PINS
Signal
Type
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Drive Lower Screw
Terminal
Wire
Color
Terminal
Signal
Type
3
2
1
6
5
4
9
8
7
Connector End to Motor
Pin
Number
Signal
Type
Brown
U
Out
1
Out
Black
V
Out
2
Out
Blue
W
Out
3
Out
N/A
N/U
N/A
4 (N/U)
N/A
Ground
5
Ground
Green/Yellow
N/A
N/U
N/A
6 (N/U)
N/A
N/A
N/U
N/A
8 (N/U)
N/A
Table 7-13: Motor Brake Cable Connector to
YSM Motors
Pin Number
Signal Type
7
B+
9
B-
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Connecting Shunt Modules
Use shielded, high temperature 75° C (167° F), 600V, 2.5-4.0 mm2 (12-14 AWG), 3.05
m (10 ft) maximum, copper wire. Follow one of the methods given below to reduce the
effects of EMI noise:
•
Install wires using twisted pairs (two turns per foot minimum), as shown in the figure above. Keep unshielded wires as short as possible.
•
Use shielded, twisted cable (ground shield at shunt and drive).
•
Use shielded metal conduit (ground conduit at shunt and drive).
When two shunt modules are connected in parallel, the shunt capacity is doubled.
WARNING
Do not connect more than two shunt modules to an MMC
Smart Drive.
7.8.1
Connecting the 230V MMC Smart Drive to 300 W Shunt Module
Figure 7-2: Wiring 230V MMC Smart Drive to 300W Active Shunt Module
300W Active Shunt Module
Adjust
Overtemp
DC Bus
Active
230V MMC Smart Drive
Lower Terminal Strip
B+
DC Bus
B-
L1
L1
L2/N
L2
AC Line
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Chassis
U
V
W
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Warning:
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Connecting the 460V MMC Smart Drive to Danaher Motion
Shunt Modules
Figure 7-3: Wiring 460V MMC Smart Drive to 450 Watt, 130Ω Shunt Module / 700
Watt, 95Ω Shunt Module / 1400 Watt, 50Ω Shunt Module
Shunt Module
Using twisted pair wire, Connect Ba+ to + Terminal on
Shunt Module, Connect Ba- to - Terminal
on Shunt Module
BaBa+
1C1
1D1
460V MMC Smart Drive
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Shunt Module
Using twisted pair wire, Connect Ba+ to + Terminal on
Shunt Module, Connect Ba- to - Terminal
on Shunt Module
BaBa+
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Maintenance and Troubleshooting
8.1
Maintenance
WARNING
Disconnect input power before touching cables or
connections.
DC bus capacitors may retain hazardous voltages after input power has been removed.
Before working on the drive, measure the DC bus
voltage to verify it has reached a safe level.
Failure to observe this precaution could result in severe bodily injury or loss of life.
•
Remove superficial dust and dirt from the drive.
•
Check cable insulation and connections.
•
Clean exterior surfaces and airflow vents using an OSHA approved nozzle that
provides compressed air under low pressure of less than 20 kPa (30 psi).
•
Visually check for cable damage. Replace all damaged cables.
•
Inspect D-shell connectors for proper seating and signal continuity end-to-end.
8.2
Diagnostics
8.2.1
Power-On Diagnostics
When the drive is powered up, it tests itself and reports the results of the tests in the
form of LED signals.
8.2.1.1
Power LED
If the Power (P) LED does not go on, or goes off during operation of the system, check
that 24 VDC power is still connected to the drive.
8.2.1.2
Diagnostic LEDs
The Status LED (D1) lights up briefly while diagnostic tests are running and then goes
off. If the Status LED (D1) remains on, the drive has failed one of its diagnostic tests.
Follow these steps:
1. Turn off power to the drive system and to the application.
2. Perform any necessary maintenance to the drive.
3. Check the I/O wiring and the devices the system is connected to. There may be a
short or other problem other than the drive. Correct these problems.
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4. Turn on power to check diagnostics again.
NOTE
Power-On diagnostics are run only when the system is powered up. If a drive
fails during power-up, the Status LED (D1) light remains on. If you suspect
that a drive is defective, cycle power to run diagnostics again.
8.2.2
Run-Time Diagnostics
While the MMC Smart Drive is running, other tests are performed on a regular basis
with their results also reported through the Status LED (D1).
While the MMC Smart Drive is running, the Status LED (D1) will flash a two digit code
signal if there is an error. The errors are described in Table 8-1.
8.3
Troubleshooting
8.3.1
General Troubleshooting
Table 8-1: General Troubleshooting Symptoms, Causes,
Remedies
Symptom
Power (P) indicator not
ON
Motor jumps
when first enabled
I/O not working correctly
8.3.2
Possible Cause
Remedy
No 24VDC input power.
Verify 24 VDC power is applied
to the drive.
Internal power supply malfunction.
Contact your Danaher Motion
representative.
Motor wiring error.
Check motor feedback and power wiring.
Incorrect motor chosen.
Verify the proper motor is selected.
Incorrect or faulty encoder
Replace the encoder with correct and/or functional encoder.
I/O power supply disconnected.
Verify connections and I/O power source.
Troubleshooting Drive Diagnostic Fault Codes
When a Fault is detected, the drive is disabled and the Status LED (D1) located above
the PiCPro port on the face of the drive will flash a two-digit Fault code. The LED will
continue to flash until the Fault is eliminated.
For example, if there is a long pause-flash-pause-flash-flash-long pause, the code is
12. The Drive Diagnostic Fault Codes are described in Table 8-2.
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Table 8-2: Drive Diagnostic LED Fault Codes
Fault
Code
11
12
Fault
Drive Memory
Fault
Drive Bus Over
Voltage Fault
Possible Causes
Possible Remedies
The drive’s non-volatile
memory is not functioning
properly
Upgrade firmware.
Contact Danaher Motion.
Excessive regeneration of
power.
The motor may regenerate too much peak energy
through the drive’s power
supply. A fault is generated to prevent overload.
Change the deceleration or motion profile.
Check shunt connections and
where necessary, properly make
connectons.
Reduce the reflected inertia of
your mechanical system.
Use a larger motor and/or drive.
Excessive AC input voltage.
Verify input AC voltage is within
specifications. Adjust accordingly.
Output short circuit.
Remove all power and motor
connections, and perform a continuity check from the DC bus to
the U, V, and W motor outputs. If
a continuity exists, check for wire
fibers between terminals, contact Danaher Motion
Motor cabling wires shorted together.
Disconnect motor power cables
from the drive. Test the cables
for short circuits. Replace cable
if necessary.
Internal motor winding
short circuit.
Disconnect motor power cables
from the motor. If the motor is difficult to turn by hand, it may need
to be replaced. Test winding resistance to confirm short circuit.
230V motor used with a
460V drive and drive powered at 460V.
Set the drive for operation at
230V and apply 230V power to
the drive.
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Table 8-2: Drive Diagnostic LED Fault Codes (Continued)
Fault
Code
13
14
15
154
Fault
Possible Causes
Possible Remedies
Current feedback exceeds the drive over current fault limit.
Adjust the over current fault limit.
Output short circuit.
Remove all power and motor
connections, and perform a continuity check from the DC bus to
the U, V, and W motor outputs. If
a short exists, check for wire fibers between terminals, contact
Danaher Motion
Motor cabling wires shorted together.
Disconnect motor power cables
from the drive. If faults stop, replace cable.
Internal motor winding
short circuit.
Disconnect motor power cables
from the motor. If the motor is difficult to turn by hand, it may need
to be replaced.
Drive current and voltage
output, in combination
with the heatsink temperature indicate that the
power output required by
the drive would damage
the power section.
Verify ambient temperature is
not too high.
Operate within the continuous
power rating.
Reduce acceleration rates.
Check for mechanical load problems and adjust as necessary.
Resize the application and apply
components accordingly.
Motor thermostat trips due
to high motor ambient
temperature
Operate within (not above) the
continuous torque rating for the
ambient temperature (40°C
maximum).
Lower ambient temperature, increase motor cooling.
Check that motor is properly
sized for the application. If necessary, resize the motor.
Motor thermostat trips due
to excessive current
Reduce acceleration rates.
Increase time permitted for motion.
Use larger drive and motor.
Reduce duty cycle (ON/OFF) of
commanded motion.
Check tuning.
Motor thermostat trips due
to motor wiring error.
Check motor wiring.
Motor thermostat trips due
to incorrect motor selection.
Verify the proper motor has been
selected.
Drive PM1 Over
Current Fault
Drive Over Power
Fault
Motor Temperature Fault
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Table 8-2: Drive Diagnostic LED Fault Codes (Continued)
Fault
Code
Possible Causes
Possible Remedies
16
Continuous Current Fault
Current exceeds the continuous motor current rating for an extended period
of time.
Change motor and or drive to be
compatible with load requirements.
Check tuning.
17
Drive Heatsink
Temperature Fault
Drive heatsink temperature exceeds drive heatsink fault limit
Let the drive cool down and/or
reduce the load.
Drive F1 Feedback
Fault
Error is detected in the
motor feedback
Verify motor selection is correct.
Check to be sure the correct encoder is attached.
Verify encoder wiring is correct.
Use shielded cables with twisted
pair wires.
Route the encoder feedback cable away from potential noise
sources.
Check ground connections.
23
Drive Ambient
Temp. Fault
Drive ambient temperature exceeds the drive
ambient temperature fault
limit
Operate within (not above) the
continuous rating for the ambient
temperature.
Lower ambient temperature, increase cabinet cooling.
24
Motor Calculated
Temp. Fault
Motor calculated temperature exceeds the motor
calculated temperature
fault limit.
Check the machine for excessive loads. Motor may be undersized for the application.
Drive Timing Fault
Timing error is detected in
the execution of the control algorithms performed
by the drive’s digital signal
processor.
Contact Danaher Motion.
Drive Interface
Fault
Communication error is
detected in the transmission of information between the drive’s digital
signal processor and the
drive’s power section.
Contact Danaher Motion.
PiCPro Set User Fault
command selected.
The PiCPro Set User Fault command was selected or the Control Panel mode was activated or
deactivated while the drive was
enabled.
22
25
26
27
Fault
User Set Fault
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Table 8-2: Drive Diagnostic LED Fault Codes (Continued)
Fault
Code
31
156
Fault
Drive F1 Communication Fault
Possible Causes
Possible Remedies
Communication error is
detected in the transmission of information between the drive and a high
resolution or multi-turn absolute feedback device.
Check encoder line and make
sure the correct encoder is attached.
Verify encoder wiring is correct.
Use shielded cables with twisted
pair wires.
Route the encoder feedback cable away from potential noise
sources.
Check ground connections.
Verify motor selection is correct.
Bad encoder.
Replace motor and encoder.
32
Over Speed Fault
User specified motor
speed has been exceeded.
Check cables for noise.
Check tuning.
33
Over Current Fault
User-Specified average
current level has been exceeded.
Change to a less restrictive setting.
Reduce the load.
34
Drive Communication Fault
Communication error occurs while drive control is
being performed using the
PiCPro Control Panel
tools.
Do not disconnect the PiCPro
cable while operating in Control
Panel Mode.
35
Drive Power Module Fault
The drive’s power section
detects a fault condition.
Verify AC power is applied to
drive.
Contact Danaher Motion.
36
Drive Setup Data
Fault
The configuration data
has been corrupted.
Re-download Drive Setup Data.
41
Drive Relay Fault
The drive’s power section
relay did not function
properly during power-up.
Check the drive system conncetions. Adjust as necessary.
Contact Danaher Motion.
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Table 8-2: Drive Diagnostic LED Fault Codes (Continued)
Fault
Code
42
43
Fault
Possible Causes
Possible Remedies
Current feedback exceeds the drive over current fault limit.
Adjust the over current fault limit.
Output short circuit.
Remove all power and motor
connections, and perform a continuity check from the DC bus to
the U, V, and W motor outputs. If
a continuity exists, check for wire
fibers between terminals, contact Danaher Motion.
Motor cabling wires shorted together.
Disconnect motor power cables
from the drive. If faults stop, replace cable.
Internal motor winding
short circuit.
Disconnect motor power cables
from the motor. If the motor is difficult to turn by hand, it may need
to be replaced.
Drive power module temperature exceeds the
drive power module temperature fault limit
Check to be sure that the drive is
being operated within the continuous power rating.
Check for adequate enclosure
ventilation. Ensure cooling air
flow is adequate in space around
the drive.
Check for clogged vents or defective fan.
Contact Danaher Motion.
Drive PM2 Over
Current Fault
Drive PM Over
Temperature Fault
44
Motor Ground
Fault
Ground fault has occurred.
Make sure motor ground connections are correct.
Replace defective motor ground
wires.
Check for internal motor winding
short circuits.
45
Drive AC Input
Over Voltage Fault
Incoming AC voltage is
too high.
Verify input VAC is within specificaitons.
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Table 8-2: Drive Diagnostic LED Fault Codes (Continued)
Fault
Code
Possible Causes
Possible Remedies
Overtravel Plus Fault input is off and Drive Ignore
Plus Travel Limit is off.
Overtravel Plus Fault status can
be monitored using READ_SV
variable 68 AND (16#400 0000).
Fault input write a 0 to
WRITE_SV variable 86. Use
DRSETFLT to reset fault indications. To override the Overtravel
Plus Fault input write a 1 to
WRITE_SV variable 86, Ignore
Plus Travel Limit. To reactivate
checking of the Overtravel Plus
input write a 1 to WRITE_SV
variable 86, Ignore Plus Travel
Limit. To reactivate checking of
the Overtravel Plus Fault input
write a 0 to WRITE_SV variable
86.
This fault is set when the
Overtravel Minus Fault input is off and Drive Ignore
Minus Travel Limit is off.
Overtravel Minus Fault status
can be monitored using
READ_SV variable 68 AND
(16#800 0000). Use DRSETFLT
to reset fault indications. To
override the Overtravel Minus
Fault input write a 1 to
WRITE_SV variable 87, Ignore
Minus Travel Limit. To reactivate
checking of the Overtravel Minus
Fault input write a 0 to
WRITE_SV variable 87.
Digital Link
Communication
Error
This fault is set when two
consecutive corrupt Digital Link messages are detected or no Digital Link
messages are received
within 250 microseconds.
Digital Link Communication Error status can be monitored using READ_SV variable 68 AND
(16#1000 0000). This fault requires that the user servo setup
function and DSTRTSRV be executed prior to executing
DRSETFLT to reset the fault indication.
52
Invalid Switch
Setting Fault
This fault is set when the
drive address switch setting is set to 0 or greater
than 64 or its setting is
changed while the Digital
Link is operating in cyclic
communications mode.
Invalid Switch Setting Fault status can be monitored using
READ_SV variable 68 AND
(16#2000 0000). Use DRSETFLT to reset fault indications.
Note: Digital Link initialization
must be performed before this
fault can be reset.
77
Drive Not Ready
Power applied to an uninitialized drive.
Initialize and configure the drive
using PiCPro.
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47
51
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Overtravel Plus
Fault
Overtravel Minus
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Troubleshooting Drive Diagnostic Warning Codes
Warning conditions give the user an indication of a potential problem, but do not
disable the drive. Whenever a Warning condition is detected, the drive generates a
Warning code. The user can detect a Warning Code in two ways:
•
by examining the Drive Maintenance page in PiCPro under “Faults and Warnings”
•
by reading the Warning Code using READ_SV variable 69 from within the user’s
Ladder.
The Drive Diagnostic Warning Codes are described in Table 8-3.
Table 8-3: Drive Diagnostic Warning Codes
Error
Code
Warning
Possible Causes
01
Drive Heatsink Temp.
Warning
Drive heatsink temperature
exceeds warning limit
02
Drive Ambient Temp.
Warning
Acceptable ambient temperature limit has been exceeded warning limit
03
Motor Temp. Warning
(available only when
the motor contains a
thermistor)
Thermistor temperature has
exceeded user defined acceptable limit.
Possible Remedies
• Lower the ambient
temperature around the
drive.
• Reduce acceleration rates.
• Reduce duty cycle (ON/
OFF) of commanded motion.
• Increase time permitted for
04
Motor Calculated
Temp. Warning (available only when the motor does not contain a
thermistor).
Calculated motor temperature has exceeded acceptable limit
05
Overtravel Plus Warning
The Overtravel Plus Fault
input is low because the
axis has reached the Plus
Travel Limit.
Move the axis off the Plus Limit
Switch in the negative direction.
06
Overtravel Minus Warning
The Overtravel Minus Fault
input is low because the
axis has reached the Minus
Travel Limit.
Move the axis off the Minus
Limit Switch in the positive direction.
motion.
• Use larger drive and motor.
• Check tuning.
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Resolver Interface Option Module
9.1
Theory of Operation
The Resolver Interface Option Module provides the interface between the resolver
and the drive’s DSP. It is a tracking system where the rotor is excited with a sine wave.
The outputs of the resolver are amplitude modulated by the sine and cosine of the
rotor shaft angle. The tracking converter converts the sine and cosine amplitude ratio
into a 12 bit number.
The module provides a 4 Vrms 5 kHz sine wave to excite the resolver rotor. The
resolver transformer ratio is .5:1 so the stator outputs are 2V RMS with the shaft
rotated to the angle of maximum coupling. The sine and cosine rotor outputs are
returned to the resolver module’s twin instrumentation amplifier inputs to produce a
high common mode noise rejection and a high input impedance (220K Ω). The sine
and cosine signals are then fed to a resolver to digital converter chip that performs the
tracking conversion. The converter has both a serial output and an encoder emulator
output. The serial output is read when the drive is powered up to obtain the absolute
commutation angle for the motor. Thereafter, it is used as an encoder emulator.
The module is able to detect a loss of feedback by monitoring the sine and cosine
signals. If both are near zero at the same time, a loss of feedback error is generated.
9.2
Installing the Resolver Module
1. If the Resolver Module is being installed in a 230V drive, remove the five screws
at the corners of the cover and remove the cover. If the Resolver Module is being
installed in a 460V drive, turn the 2 locking screws on the front of the drive clockwise and remove the MMC Smart Drive board from the drive chassis.
2. Remove the shunt from the 24-pin DIP socket located on the MMC Smart Drive
board (See Figure 9-1 on page 162).
3. If there are not two standoffs already installed on either side of the 24-pin DIP
socket on the MMC Smart Drive board, proceed to step 10.
4. If there are nylon standoffs snapped into the Resolver Module, remove and discard them. If there are nylon standoffs included with the Resolver Module, discard
them.
5. Remove and save the two nylon screws that are threaded into the standoffs
mounted to the MMC Smart Drive board.
6. Position the Resolver Module so the mounting holes align with the standoffs, and
the header is aligned with the socket (See Figure1 9-2 on page 163).
7. Using even pressure, press the option module into place.
8. Screw the Resolver Module to the standoffs using the screws removed in step 5.
9. Verify that the module is fully seated into the socket and proceed to step 15.
10. If there are standoffs installed in the Resolver Module, proceed to step 12.
11. Install the snap-in standoffs that were included with the Resolver Module into the
Resolver Module. From the back of the Resolver Module (the side that has the 24pin header on it), insert the short (slotted) end of the standoffs into the mounting
holes.
12. Position the Resolver Module so the long (locking tab) end of the standoffs line up
with the mounting holes on the Drive board, and the header is aligned with the
socket (See Figure1 9-2 on page 163).
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13. Using even pressure, press the option module into place.
14. Verify that the module is fully seated into the socket and the locking tabs on the
standoffs are in the locked position.
15. If the Resolver Module was installed in a 230V drive, re-install the cover and five
screws removed in step 1. If the Resolver Module was installed in a 460V drive,
re-install the MMC Smart Drive board into the chassis and turn the 2 locking
screws on the front of the drive counter-clockwise to secure the front panel to the
chassis.
Figure 9-1: : Before Shunt Removed and Resolver Module Installed
Connector Side of Board
MMC Smart
Drive Board
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Resolver
Board
Shunt
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230V MMC Smart
Drive Board
Resolver
Module
Resolver
Module
460V MMC Smart
Drive Board
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View A
View A
Slotted Tip
Orientation of one-piece
snap-in standoff (if threaded
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Resolver
Module
24 PIn
Dip Socket
(Shunt Removed)
Nylon Screw
Locking Tab
MMC Smart Drive Board
Nylon Screw
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Characteristics
Resolver Interface Option Module
Specifications
Function
Resolver to encoder converter
Part Number
M.1302.4523
Field Side Connector
F1 Feedback Connector
Excitation Frequency
5 kHz
Output Voltage
4 VRMS
Current per Output Channel,
max.
28 mARMS
Resolver Transformer Ratio
0.5:1.0
Resolver Resolution
4096 Feedback Units (FUs) per electrical revolution
Accuracy Over Temperature
Range
+ 15 minutes
Electrical Velocity, max.
500 RPS
Cable Length, max.
30 M
Power
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Drive Resident Digital MMC Control
10.1
Introduction
This section contains information for the Drive Resident Digital MMC Control (Digital
MMC-Dx). Block I/O information can be found in the Block I/O Modules Manual.
Software information can be found in the PiCPro Online Help, the Function/Function
Block Reference Guide, ASFB Manuals or on-line.
10.1.1
Overview
The Drive Resident Digital MMC Control offers a complete solution to both machine
and motion control in a module that is installed into any Digital Interfaced Smart Drive
(MMC-SD-D) except the 230V Narrow Drive (-DN). One Drive Resident Digital MMC
Control can control from 1 to 16 drives as follows:
•
Digital MMC-D1 (controls one MMC-SD-D)
•
Digital MMC- D2 (controls two MMC-SD-D)
•
Digital MMC- D4 (controls four MMC-SD-D)
•
Digital MMC- D16 (controls 16 MMC-SD-D)
PiCPro is used to program the Drive Resident Digital MMC Control. The built-in I/O
(eight 24VDC inputs and eight 24VDC outputs) can be expanded using Danaher
Motion serially distributed block I/O (not included on the Digital MMC-D1).
10.1.2
Major Components
The Drive Resident Digital MMC Control contains the CPU, a User Serial port, a Block
I/O port, an Ethernet port, and a General I/O port consisting of 8 DC inputs and 8 DC
outputs.
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Figure 10-1: The Drive Resident Digital MMC Control
Diagnostic LED (D2)
(Yellow)
Scan LED (S)
(Green)
Block I/O Port (C1)*
(9-Pin Standard D-Shell)
User Serial Port (C3)
(15-Pin High Density D-Shell)
Ethernet Link LED*
(Green)
Ethernet Activity LED*
(Green)
Ethernet Communications Port (C4)*
(RJ-45 8-Pin)
General I/O Port (C5)
(26-Pin High Density D-Shell)
* The Block I/O Port connector (C1), Ethernet Communications Port connector (C4), Ethernet Link
LED, and Ethernet Activity LED are present on the Digital MMC-D1 Control, but are not functional.
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Installing the Drive Resident Digital MMC Control
10.2.1
Installing into a 230V MMC-SD Drive
1.
Remove the three screws from the right side of the cover and one screw from the
top and bottom of the drive near the front. Remove the cover.
2. Place the cover removed in step 1 on a flat surface, with the blue plastic faceplate
down, and the large side cover to the left pointing up.
3. Remove the two screws that hold the .6" by 8" blue filler plate to the back of the
faceplate and remove the plate.
4. Locate the 4 screws that secure the top-most printed circuit board into the drive.
Remove one of the screws and the associated lock washer, and install one of the
four threaded standoffs that were included with the Drive Resident Digital MMC
Control (do not use the lock washer). Repeat this process for the other 3 screws,
one at a time.
5. Place the Drive Resident Digital MMC Control into the drive, with the connectors
facing towards the front of the unit. Align the 20-pin connector on the Drive Resident Digital MMC Control with the 20-pin connector on the drive. Press the Drive
Resident Digital MMC Control onto the drive until the 20-pin connector is completely seated and the Drive Resident Digital MMC Control is seated against the
threaded standoffs installed in step 4.
6. Fasten the Drive Resident Digital MMC Control onto the threaded standoffs using
the lockwashers and screws removed in step 4.
7. Replace the cover using the 4 screws removed in step 1.
10.2.2
Installing into a 460V MMC-SD Drive
1. Turn the two locking screws on the front of the drive clockwise ¼ turn and pull the
drive control board unit out of the drive.
2. Place the drive control board unit removed in step 1 on a flat surface, with the blue
plastic faceplate down, and the drive control board to the left.
3. Remove the two screws that hold the .6" by 8" blue filler plate and remove the
plate.
4. Place the drive control board unit on a flat surface so that the control board is facing up, and the blue plastic faceplate is facing away from you.
5. Locate the 4 screws that secure the top-most printed circuit board into the drive.
Remove one of the screws and the associated lock washer, and install one of the
four threaded standoffs that were included with the Drive Resident Digital MMC
Control (do not use the lock washer). Repeat this process for the other 3 screws,
one at a time.
6. Place the control board unit on a flat surface, with the blue plastic faceplate down,
and the drive control board to the left.
7. Loosen (but do not remove….about 2 turns) the 5 screws that hold the drive control board mounting plate to the front cover plate.
8. Place the Drive Resident Digital MMC Control into the drive, inserting the connectors on the Drive Resident Digital MMC Control through the front plate.
9. Align the 20-pin connector on the Drive Resident Digital MMC Control with the 20pin connector on the drive. Press the Drive Resident Digital MMC Control onto the
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10. Tighten the 5 screws loosened in step 7
11. Fasten the Drive Resident Digital MMC Control onto the threaded standoffs using
the lockwashers and screws removed in step 5.
12. Replace the control board unit back into the drive, and turn the locking screws ¼
turn counter-clockwise to secure the unit in place.
10.3
System Wiring Guidelines
The Drive Resident Digital MMC Control relies on electrical signals to report what is
going on in the application and to send commands to it. In addition, signals are
constantly being exchanged within the system. The Drive Resident Digital MMC
Control is designed for use in industrial environments, but some guidelines should be
followed.
Figure 10-2: Recommended EMC Compliant Connections
COMMUNICATIONS
MMC
Smart
Drive
Control
DC INPUT/OUTPUT
COM
24V
Power
Connector
Capacitor
AC INPUT
POWER
+
DC POWER SUPPLY
GND
SINGLE-POINT GROUND
SINGLE-POINT GROUND
Inside a control cabinet, connect the shields of shielded cables. The two different
methods of terminating shields are used to accommodate two different immunity
requirements. Immunity required inside an enclosure is considered lower because
cables are typically less than three meters in length and/or can be separated from
each other and from noise sources.
Immunity required external to an enclosure is considered higher because the user
may have less control over the noise environment. Low level signal cables that can be
external to an enclosure are tested at a 2 KV level for electrical fast transients (EFTs).
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Low level signals that can be less than three meters in length or can be separated
from noise sources are tested at a 1 KV level. Under the stated conditions, there will
be no disturbance of digital I/O, encoder, or encoder operation. For analog signals,
there may be momentary disturbances but there will be self-recovery when the noise
subsides.
Do not operate transmitters, arc welding equipment, or other high noise radiators
within one meter of an enclosure that has the door open. Continue to equip inductive
devices, if they are in series with a mechanical contact or switch, with arc suppression
circuits. These devices include contactors, solenoids and motors. Shield all cables
that carry heavy current near the system, using continuous foil wrap or conduit
grounded at both ends. Such cables include power leads for high-frequency welders
and for pulse-width-modulated motor drives.
WARNING
Use care when wiring I/O devices to the Drive Resident Digital MMC Control
and when plugging in cables. Wiring the wrong device to the connector or
plugging a connector into the wrong location could cause intermittent or incorrect machine operation.
10.4
Starting an Operation
Good procedure suggests that the system should be tested each time a new
application is powered up. The Diagnostic LED (D2) on the Drive Resident Digital
MMC Control should be off indicating that the diagnostic tests were passed.
Turn off the main disconnect switch and plug the DC connector into the power
connector on the MMC-SD. Turn on input power. The D2 LED turns on and then turns
off when the Drive Resident Digital MMC Control passes its diagnostic tests.
10.4.1
Connecting the Drive Resident Digital MMC Control to the Application
1. Turn off the main disconnect switch in the control cabinet. If some devices are not
powered from the control cabinet, turn them off also.
2. Connect the connectors according to your diagrams.
3. Turn on power to the system. The PWR light on the MMC-SD goes on and stays
on.
The D2 light goes on, then goes off in turn.
The SCAN (S) light goes on.
The application starts to work under control of the system.
4. If an application program is not in system memory, use the download command in
the PiCPro software to place it there.
10.4.2
Basic Setup and Maintenance Procedures
Table 10-1 below summarizes how to proceed when performing certain maintenance
and/or setup functions.
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Table 10-1: Troubleshooting Summary
In order to:
10.4.3
Do the following:
Turn off the entire application.
Turn off main disconnect (which should
also turn off all external power supplies to
the application); unplug the DC power to
the MMC-SD.
Wire the I/O to the application.
Turn off main disconnect (which should
also turn off all external power supplies to
the application); unplug the DC power to
the MMC-SD.
Change the battery.
Turn off main disconnect (which should
also turn off all external power supplies to
the application); unplug the DC power to
the MMC-SD.
Connect/disconnect the MMC with the
computer workstation through the
PiCPro port.
Turn off main disconnect (which should
also turn off all external power supplies to
the application); unplug the DC power to
the MMC-SD.
Connect/disconnect the MMC with an
operator interface through the User port.
Turn off main disconnect (which should
also turn off all external power supplies to
the application); unplug the DC power to
the MMC-SD.
Download an application program into
the memory.
Make sure power is on (check the P LED)
on the MMC-SD.
Stop the scan.
From the workstation - use the Stop Scan
commands in the PiCPro software.
Start-up Diagnostics
When the system is powered up, it tests itself and reports the results in the form of
LED signals.
10.4.3.1
Power LED
If the Power LED (P) on MMC-SD does not go on, or goes off during operation of the
system, check that power is still connected to the MMC-SD. If the power LED on the
MMC-SD is on, turn off the main disconnect switch and replace the Drive Resident
Digital MMC Control.
10.4.3.2
Scan LED
If the SCAN (S) LED does not go on:
1. Check that the power (P) light is ON.
2. Check that the diagnostic (D2) light is OFF.
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The LED D2 light on the Drive Resident Digital MMC Control lights up briefly while its
diagnostic tests are running and then goes off. If D2 remains on, the Drive Resident
Digital MMC Control has failed one of its tests. Follow these steps:
1. Turn off power to the system and to the application.
2. If the I/O wiring is connected, remove the connector.
3. Remove the defective Drive Resident Digital MMC Control from the drive.
4. Replace with a new Drive Resident Digital MMC Control. Connect the I/O wiring.
5. Turn on power to check diagnostics again.
NOTE
Diagnostics are run only when the system is powered up. It is possible that
a failure might occur during operation. If so, D2 remains off. If you suspect
that a module might be defective, cycle power to run diagnostics again.
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MMC Run-Time Diagnostics
While the Drive Resident Digital MMC Control is running, other tests are performed on
a regular basis with their results also reported by D2.
While the Drive Resident Digital MMC Control is running, the D2 will flash a three digit
code signal if there is an error. For example, if there is a long pause-flash-pause-flashflash-pause-flash-flash-flash-long pause, the code is 123.
Table 10-2: MMC Error Codes
Code
Error
Description
123
Scan too long
A ladder scan loss has occurred because the CPU
takes more than 200 ms to scan the application program.
Whenever the scan light is out, the discrete outputs
go to the OFF state and the analog outputs are zeroed.
124
Excessive overhead
The system overhead update time is excessive.
125
Insufficient memory
There is insufficient memory on the CPU to run the
current program.
126
No hardware bit
memory
There is no bit memory installed on the CPU and
the program requires it.
127
No software bit
memory
There is no bit memory capability via software and
the program requires it.
222
Driver error
No driver support on the CPU for the I/O module.
Update your system EPROMs.
22_
Master rack error
The I/O modules in the master rack do not match
what was declared in the hardware master declaration table. The number of flashes in the third
digit (_) identifies the slot number that is in error.
232
Communications
error
A failure has occurred in remote I/O communications.
The I/O modules in the block I/O modules do not
match what was declared in the expansion hardware declaration table.
For block I/O modules:
3_ _
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Expansion rack
error
The number of flashes in the second and third digits indicates the block I/O module (01 through 77).
The second digit will flash a 1 - 7, 10 for 0. The third
digit will flash a 1 - 9, 10 for 0.
For example, if the second digit flashes 3 times and
the third digit flashes 10 times, the module is 30.
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MMC Connections to External Devices for Machine Control
Danaher Motion provides many optional accessories that simplify wiring the Drive
Resident Digital MMC Control to external devices.
These accessories include cables to connect MMC-SD drives together and breakout
boxes that provide screw-terminal connections to the Drive Resident Digital MMC
Control. Contact Danaher Motion for further information.
10.5.1
PiCPro Port (P1)
The PiCPro Port (P1) connector provides serial communication for the PiCPro
programming interface. PiCPro Port (P1) is physically located on the MMC-SD
faceplate. Refer to Chapter 5 for information on the PiCPro (P1) Port.
Note: PiCPro can also be run over from the Ethernet (C4) connector.
10.5.2
Block I/O Port (C1)
Note: The Block I/O Port (C1) is not included on the Digital
MMC-D1.
The Block I/O Port (C1) is a 9-pin female “D” connector and provides:
•
Up to 77 expansion block I/O units
•
4-wire communication interface
•
Up to 200 feet between block I/O units
Table 10-3: Pinout for Block I/O Port (C1)
Pin
Description
1
NC
2
NC
3
Block I/O Transmit Data +
Out
4
Block I/O Transmit Data -
Out
5
Block I/O Receive Data +
In
6
Block I/O Receive Data -
In
7
Shield (see Note below)
8
NC
9
NC
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NOTE
Pin 7 of the Block I/O Port (C1) connector is connected to the connector shell
within the Drive Resident Digital MMC Control. Therefore, the shield may be
connected to either pin 7 or the connector shell.
10.5.3
User Port (C3)
The User Port (C3) is a 15-pin male high density “D” connector, used to communicate
with a touch-screen, a hand-held controller, or other serial interface device. The User
Port (C3) provides:
•
RS232/RS485 communication
•
Baud rates to 115.2 K
•
Multidrop capability
Table 10-4: Pinout for User Port (C3)
10.5.4
Pin
Description
In/
Out
Pin Description
In/
Out
1
NC
N/A
9
RS232 Receive Data
In
2
NC
N/A
10
RS232 Transmit
Data
Out
3
NC
N/A
11
NC
4
RS232 Data Terminal Ready
(3.3V)
Out
12
RS485 Receive Data
+
In
5
RS232 Request to Send
Out
13
RS485 Receive Data
-
In
6
NC
N/A
14
RS485 Transmit
Data +
Out
7
RS232 Clear to Send
In
15
RS485 Transmit
Data -
Out
8
Signal Ground
In/
Out
Ethernet Port (C4)
NOTE: The Ethernet Port (C4) is not included on the Digital MMC-D1.
The Ethernet Port (C4) consists of an 8-pin RJ45 connector and LEDs that provide:
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•
IEEE 802.3/802.3u-100Base-TX/10Base T, half duplex connectivity
•
A green “Link” LED. This LED will be on if there is either a 100Base-T or 10BaseT Link.
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A green “Activity” LED. This LED will be on whenever a send or receive packet
has occurred.
•
Communication using the Ethernet Port can be between the Drive Resident Digital
MMC Control and a PC, User Interface, or other Ethernet device or network. For
example, PiCPro running on a PC can communicate to the MMC Smart Drive through
this Ethernet connector.
Table 10-5: Pinout for Ethernet Port (C4)
Pin
Description
In/Out
1
Transmit Data + (TD+)
Out
2
Transmit Data - (TD-)
Out
3
Receive Data + (RD+)
In
6
Receive Data - (RD-)
In
4,5,7,8
Termination Resistors (See Note 1, below)
In
Shell
Chassis Ground
In
Note 1: Pins 4, 5, 7, and 8 are tied to termination resistors on the Drive Resident
Digital MMC Control. Standard Ethernet cables contain 8 wires. The Drive Resident
Digital MMC Control only uses 4 of these wires as shown. Connecting the 4 unused
wires to the Drive Resident Digital MMC Control pins 4, 5, 7, and 8, (as will be done in
a standard Ethernet cable) reduces noise that can be induced from the unused wires
to the Transmit and Receive wires.
Typically, a “straight-through” cable should be used when connecting the Drive
Resident Digital MMC Control to another Ethernet device. Refer to Figure 11.5 on
page 185 for cables available from Danaher Motion.
10.5.5
General I/O Port (C5)
The General I/O Port (C5) is a 26-pin male high density “D” connector and includes:
•
8-24 VDC sourcing inputs (Input 1 can trigger an interrupt on the rising or falling
edge)
•
+24 VDC and 24 V Common
•
8-24 VDC outputs
•
Source only
•
250 mA output capacity
•
Short circuit protection
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Table 10-6: Pinout for General I/O Port (C5)
Pin
Description
In/Out
Pin
Description
In/Out
1
DCOUT1
a
Out
16
IO24C
c
In/Out
2
DCOUT2
a
Out
17
IO24C
c
In/Out
3
DCOUT3
a
Out
18
IO24C
c
In/Out
4
DCOUT4
a
Out
19
DCIN1
In
5
DCOUT5
a
Out
20
DCIN2
In
6
DCOUT6
a
Out
21
DCIN3
In
7
DCOUT7a
Out
22
DCIN4
In
8
DCOUT8a
Out
23
DCIN5
In
9
24VDC OUT
a
POWER
In
24
DCIN6
In
10
IO24Vb
In/Out
25
DCIN7
In
11
IO24Vb
In/Out
26
DCIN8
In
12
IO24V
b
In/Out
13
IO24V
b
In/Out
14
IO24Cc
In/Out
15
IO24Cc
In/Out
a. Pin 9 is 24VDC into the Drive Resident Digital MMC Control to power the 8 outputs
b. Pins 10-13 are only connected to each other within the Drive Resident Digital
MMC Control. If used, tie one pin to 24VDC, and the other to one side of input
devices
c. Pins 14-18 are connected together within the Drive Resident Digital MMC Control. Connect pin 14 to 24V common. This provides the return path for the
24VDC inputs. and allows pin 15-18 to be connected to one side of output
devices if desired.
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There are 8 DC outputs on the General I/O Port (C5). These outputs get their power
from Pin 9 of the Drive Resident Digital MMC Control as shown in Figure 10-3.
Figure 10-3: General Outputs for General I/O Port (C5) Connected to Loads
Drive Resident Digital
MMC Control
GENERAL
CONNECTOR DC
OUTPUT PINS
LOAD
14
1
15
2
16
3
17
4
18
DCOUT5
5
DCOUT6
6
DCOUT7
7
DCOUT8
8
DCOUT9
+
9
_
DC Power Supply
Common
To
SPG
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There are 8 general inputs on the General I/O Port (C5). The inputs are configured as
sourcing as shown in Figure 10-4.
Figure 10-4: Source General Input Configuration for General I/O Port (C5)
Drive Resident Digital MMC
Control
GENERAL
CONNECTOR DC
INPUT PINS
I/O 24C
14
+24V
10
11
DCIN1
19
12
SOURCE
DCIN2
20
13
DCIN3
21
DCIN4
22
DCIN5
23
DCIN6
24
DCIN7
25
DCIN8
26
+
_
DC Power Supply
To
SPG
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General
Characteristic
MMC Specifications
Number of servo axes available
a
at six update rates
Model
Part No.
Speed
App
Mem
RAM
Mem
User
Mem
8 ms
4 ms
Digital
MMC-D1
M.3000
.0164
Std.
384K
256K
64K
1
1
1
1
1
1
Digital
MMC-D2
M.3000
.0165
Std.
384K
256K
64K
2
2
2
2
2
1
Digital
MMC-D4
M.3000
.0166
Std.
384K
256K
64K
4
4
4
4
2
1
Digital
MMC-D16
M.3000
.0167
X1.5
384K
256K
64K
16
16
8-16
4-8
2-4
1-2
2
ms
1
ms
.5
ms
.25
ms
a. Using features such as servo tasks, S-curve, RATIO_RL, M_LINCIR, M_SCRVLC, PLS, and
CAM_OUT places a heavier burden on available CPU time. Consult Danaher Motion for assistance if you want to exceed the number of axes in this chart.
CPU
32 bit RISC processor with numeric coprocessor
Battery
3V Coin Cell, BR2032 lithium battery
CAUTION for Lithium Batteries
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type
recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
Flash Disk
2 Megabytes
Memory
1 Megabyte max.
PiCPro Port (to workstation)
RS232 serial port, secured protocol
Software selectable baud rate to 115.2K
User Port (to serial interface device)
RS232/RS485 serial port
Supports RTS/CTS hardware handshaking
Software selectable baud rate to 115.2K
Ethernet Port (to Ethernet Device)
IEEE 802.3/802.3u-100Base-TX/10Base T Half duplex
Cable type: Shielded, Straight Pinned, CAT5 or better
(CAT5e, CAT6, etc.)
Maximum cable length: 82.5 ft (25 m)
Input voltage from MMC-SD Drive
20 VDC to 30 VDC
Input power from MMC-SD Drive
250 mA
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At 25°C (77°F),±1 second per day
Over temperature, voltage and aging variation,
+2/-12 seconds per day
Time-of-day clock
Clock tolerance
General DC Inputs
Configuration
Sourcing only. Operates with IEC Type 1 inputs (per IEC
1131-2)
Input voltage
Nominal 24 VDC, maximum 30 VDC
Guaranteed on voltage
15 VDC
Guaranteed off voltage
5 VDC
Turn on/off time
1 ms
General DC Outputs
Number of outputs
8 outputs
Input voltage
Nominal 24 VDC, 30 VDC maximum
Configuration
Eight solid-state switches.
Protection of logic circuits
Optical isolation between the logic and field side, transient
suppression on the 24V external supply
Maximum current
.25 A per output
Voltage range
24 VDC nominal, 5 to 30 VDC
Switch characteristics
Solid-state switches
Time delay on for resistive loads
50 µsec max
Time delay off for resistive loads
50 µsec max
Leakage current in off state
0.5 mA max
Switch voltage, maximum ON
1 VDC max
Short circuit protection for each
group
15 A (max) pulses for about 130 µsec every 100 msec until
short is removed
Scan loss response
Outputs turn off
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230V Smart Drives
MODEL NUMBER
PART
NUMBER
Analog, standard width
MMC-SD-0.5-230
M.1302.5090
Digital, standard width without BiSS
MMC-SD-0.5-230-D
M.1302.8130
Digital, standard width with BiSS
MMC-SD-0.5-230-D
M.3000.0461
Digital, narrow width without BiSS
MMC-SD-0.5-230-DN
M.1302.8908
Digital, narrow width with Biss
MMC-SD-0.5-230-DN
M.3000.0458
Analog, standard width
MMC-SD- 1.0-230
M.1302.5091
Digital, standard width without BiSS
MMC-SD-1.0-230-D
M.1302.8131
Digital, standard width with BiSS
MMC-SD-1.0-230-D
M.3000.0462
Digital, narrow width without BiSS
MMC-SD-1.0-230-DN
M.1302.8910
Digital, narrow width with Biss
MMC-SD-1.0-230-DN
M.3000.0459
Analog, standard width
MMC-SD-2.0-230
M.1302.5092
Digital, standard width without BiSS
MMC-SD-2.0-230-D
M.1302.8132
Digital, standard width with BiSS
MMC-SD-2.0-230-D
M.3000.0463
Digital, narrow width without BiSS
MMC-SD-2.0-230-DN
M.1302.8911
Digital, narrow width with Biss
MMC-SD-2.0-230-DN
M.3000.0460
DESCRIPTION
2.5A Cont. / 7.5A Max./ .5kW
5A Cont. / 15A Max./ 1kW
10A Cont. / 30A Max / 2kW
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PART
NUMBER
Analog
MMC-SD-1.3-460
M.1302.5093
Digital, without BiSS
MMC-SD-1.3-460-D
M.1302.8133
Digital, with BiSS
MMC-SD-0.5-230-D
M.3000.0464
Analog
MMC-SD-2.4-460
M.1302.5094
Digital, without BiSS
MMC-SD-2.4-460-D
M.1302.8134
Digital, with BiSS
MMC-SD-2.4-460-D
M.3000.0465
Analog
MMC-SD-4.0-460
M.1302.5095
Digital, without BiSS
MMC-SD-4.0-460-D
M.1302.8135
Digital, with BiSS
MMC-SD-4.0-460-D
M.3000.0466
Analog
MMC-SD-6.0-460
M.1302.5096
Digital, without BiSS
MMC-SD-6.0-460-D
M.1302.8136
Digital, with BiSS
MMC-SD-6.0-460-D
M.3000.0467
Analog
MMC-SD-8.0-460
M.1302.5097
Digital, without BiSS
MMC-SD-8.0-460-D
M.1302.8137
Digital, with BiSS
MMC-SD-8.0-460-D
M.3000.0468
Analog
MMC-SD-12.0-460
M.1302.5098
Digital, without BiSS
MMC-SD-12.0-460-D
M.1302.8138
Digital, with BiSS
MMC-SD-12.0-460-D
M.3000.0469
DESCRIPTION
3.0A Cont. / 6.0A Max. / 1.3 kW
5.5A Cont. / 11.0A Max. / 2.4 kW
9.0A Cont. / 18.0A Max. / 4.0 kW
13.5A Cont. / 27.0A Max. / 6.0 kW
18.0A Cont. / 36.0A Max. / 8.0 kW
27.5A Cont. / 55.0A Max. / 12.0 kW
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NUMBER
Analog
MMC-SD-16.0-460
M.1302.5099
Digital, without BiSS
MMC-SD-16.0-460-D
M.1302.8139
Digital, with BiSS
MMC-SD-16.0-460-D
M.3000.0470
Analog
MMC-SD-24.0-460
M.1302.5100
Digital, without BiSS
MMC-SD-24.0-460-D
M.1302.8140
Digital, with BiSS
MMC-SD-24.0-460-D
M.3000.0471
MMC-SD-30.0-460-D
M.3000.0021
MMC-SD-42.0-460-D
M.3000.0022
MMC-SD-51.0-460-D
M.3000.0023
MMC-SD-65.0-460-D
M.3000.0024
DESCRIPTION
36.5A Cont. / 73.0A Max. / 16.0 kW
55.0A Cont. / 110.0A Max. / 24.0 kW
69.3A Cont. / 110.0A Max. / 30.0 kW
Digital, with BiSS
93.3A Cont. / 147.0A Max. / 42.0 kW
Digital, with BiSS
117.4A Cont. / 189.0A Max. / 51.0 kW
Digital, with BiSS
152.7A Cont. /209.0A Max. / 65.0 kW
Digital, with BiSS
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Option Modules
11.3.1
Resolver Interface Option Module
Module
Model Number
Resolver Interface Option Module
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184
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Part Number
M.1302.4523
Drive Resident Digital MMC Control
Drive Resident Digital MMC Control
Model Number
Part Number
1 Axis Controller
Digital MMC-D1
M.3000.0164
2 Axis Controller
Digital MMC-D2
M.3000.0165
4 Axis Controller
Digital MMC-D4
M.3000.0166
16 Axis Controller
Digital MMC-D16
M.3000.0167
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Direct Connect Cables
11.4.1
Drive Programming Cable
Drive
Connector
Description
PiCPro Port to PC Connector (Analog)
Part Number
M.1302.8250
P1
PiCPro Port to PC Connector (Digital)
11.4.2
M.1302.8284
Standalone MMC to MMC Smart Drive I/O Cable
Drive
Connector
Description
MMC A’n’ to MMC Smart Drive I/O 0.5M
Part Number
M.1302.5990
MMC A’n’ to MMC Smart Drive I/O 1.0M
M.1302.5991
IO
11.5
MMC A’n’ to MMC Smart Drive I/O 1.5M
M.1302.5992
MMC A’n’ to MMC Smart Drive I/O 3.0M
M.1302.5993
Digital Link and Networking Cables
Description
Drive
Connector
MMC-SD
Control
Connector
Part Number
CAT5e Patch Cord 0.3M
M.1302.8285
CAT5e Patch Cord 0.6M
M.1302.8286
CAT5e Patch Cord 1.0M
M.1302.8287
CAT5e Patch Cord 2.0M
M.1302.8288
CAT5e Patch Cord 3.0M
IN, OUT
C4
M.1302.8289
CAT5e Patch Cord 5.0M
M.1302.8300
CAT5e Patch Cord 10M
M.1302.8301
CAT5e Patch Cord 15M
M.1302.8302
CAT5e Patch Cord 30M
M.1302.8303
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186
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Danaher Motion
Connector Kits
Description
Part Number
CONN-FBK-12POS-16-28AWG
M.1302.0500
CONN-FBK-17POS-16-28AWG
M.1302.0510
CONN-PWR-BRK-8POS-14-16AWG-SIZE 1
M.1302.0479
CONN-PWR-BRK-8POS-12AWG-SIZE 1
M.1302.8755
CONN-PWR-BRK-8POS-12-14AWG-SIZE 1.5
M.1302.1998
CONN-PWR-BRK-8POS-8-10AWG-SIZE 1.5
M.1302.2354
CONN-PWR-BRK-8POS-6AWG-SIZE 3
M.1302.7492
CONN-PWR-BRK-8POS-4AWG-SIZE 3
M.1302.7493
CONN-PWR-FAN-6POS-16AWG
M.1302.6219
CONN-X100-X101
M.1302.7099
CONN-4TERM-MAINS
M.1302.7158
CONN-4TERM-MOTOR
M.1302.7159
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11.7
Breakout Boards and Cables
11.7.1
Drive Mounted Breakout Boards
Description
Drive Connector
BKOUT BD, F1/F2 MMC-SD, DR MT
11.7.2
F1, F2
M.1302.6970
BKOUT BD, I/O MMC-SD, DR MT
IO
M.1302.6971
BKOUT BD, C5 MMC-SD, DR MT
C5
M.1302.8480
Panel Mounted Breakout Boards
Description
11.7.3
Part Number
MMC-SD
Drive
Control
Connector Connector
Part Number
BKOUT BD, F1/F2 MMC-SD, PNL
MT
F1, F2
M.1302.6972
BKOUT BD, DRIVE I/O MMC-SD,
PNL MT
IO
M.1302.6973
BKOUT BD, GEN I/O MMC-SD
CONTROL, PNL MT
C5
M.1302.8253
BKOUT BD, BLOCK I/O MMC-SD
CONTROL, PNL MT
C1
M.1016.2533
BKOUT BD, USER SERIAL MMCSD CONTROL, PNL MT
C3
M.1016.2530
Breakout Board Kits
Description
Drive Connector
KIT, BKOUT BD, F1/F2 MMC-SD 1.0M
Part Number
M.1302.7005
KIT, BKOUT BD, F1/F2 MMC-SD 3.0M
M.1302.7006
F1, F2
KIT, BKOUT BD, F1/F2 MMC-SD 9.0M
M.1302.7007
KIT, BKOUT BD, F1/F2 MMC-SD 15.0M
M.1302.7008
KIT, BKOUT BD, I/O MMC-SD 1.0M
M.1302.7009
KIT, BKOUT BD, I/O MMC-SD 3.0M
IO
KIT, BKOUT BD, I/O MMC-SD 9.0M
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M.1302.7031
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Part Numbers
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Danaher Motion
Breakout Board Cables
Description
MMC-SD
Control
Drive
Connector Connector
Part Number
CABLE, MMC-SD Feedback Port to
Breakout Board, 1 Meter
M.1302.6976
CABLE, MMC-SD Feedback Port to
Breakout Board, 3 Meter
M.1302.6977
F1, F2
CABLE, MMC-SD Feedback Port to
Breakout Board, 9 Meter
M.1302.6979
CABLE, MMC-SD Feedback Port to
Breakout Board, 15 Meter
M.1302.6980
CABLE, MMC-SD Drive I/O Port to
Breakout Board, 1 Meter
M.1302.6982
CABLE, MMC-SD Drive I/O Port to
Breakout Board, 3 Meter
M.1302.6984
CABLE, MMC-SD Drive I/O Port to
Breakout Board, 9 Meter
M.1302.6985
CABLE, MMC Control General I/O
Port to Breakout Board, 1 Meter
M.1302.8254
CABLE, MMC Control General I/O
Port to Breakout Board, 3 Meter
C5
M.1302.8255
CABLE, MMC Control General I/O
Port to Breakout Board, 9 Meter
M.1302.8256
CABLE, MMC Control User Serial
Port to Breakout Board, 1 Foot
M.1016.2715
CABLE, MMC Control User Serial
Port to Breakout Board, 2 Foot
C3
M.1016.2716
CABLE, MMC Control User Serial
Port to Breakout Board, 3 Foot
M.1016.2717
CABLE, MMC Control Block I/O Port
to Breakout Board, 1 Foot
M.1016.2543
CABLE, MMC Control Block I/O Port
to Breakout Board, 2 Foot
CABLE, MMC Control Block I/O Port
to Breakout Board, 3 Foot
188
IO
C1
M.1016.2544
M.1016.2545
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Part Numbers
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Flying Lead Cables
Description
CABLE, MMC-SD Drive Feedback
Port to Flying Lead, 10 Feet
MMC-SD
Control
Drive
Connector Connector Part Number
F1, F2
M.1016.2519
CABLE, MMC-SD Drive I/O Port to
Flying Lead, 1 Meter
M.1302.7032
CABLE, MMC-SD Drive I/O Port to
Flying Lead, 3 Meter
M.1302.7034
CABLE, MMC-SD Drive I/O Port to
Flying Lead, 9 Meter
IO
M.1302.7035
CABLE, MMC-SD Drive I/O Port to
Flying Lead, 15 Meter
M.1302.7036
CABLE, MMC-SD Drive I/O Port to
Flying Lead, 30 Meter
M.1302.7037
CABLE, MMC-SD Control General I/
O Port to Flying Lead, 1 Meter
M.1302.8257
CABLE, MMC-SD Control General I/
O Port to Flying Lead, 3 Meter
M.1302.8258
CABLE, MMC-SD Control General I/
O Port to Flying Lead, 9 Meter
C5
M.1302.8259
CABLE, MMC-SD Control General I/
O Port to Flying Lead, 15 Meter
M.1302.8290
CABLE, MMC-SD Control General I/
O Port to Flying Lead, 30 Meter
M.1302.8291
CABLE, MMC-SD Control User Serial Port to Flying Lead, 10 Feet
C3
M.1016.2568
CABLE, MMC-SD Control Block I/O
Port to Flying Lead, 10 Feet
C1
M.1016.2565
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Motor Cables (AKM/DDR Motors)
ENC-AKM-001M-MCS-DCA-26-NA
Cable Function
ENC = Encoder Feedback
RES = Resolver Feedback
ENDAT = ENDAT/BiSS
Feedback
PWR = Power
For Motor Type
AKM/DDR
Cable Length in Meters
001M = 1 Meter, etc.
11.8.1
Type of Cable
NA = Static
AA = Hi-Flex
6H = Hi-Flex Power
Wire Size (Twisted Pair)
28 = 28 AWG, etc.
Drive Connector, Angle
DCA = 45 Angle
000 = Wire Leads
Motor Connector Straight
Feedback Cables (AKM/DDR Motors)
Feedback Cable
Part Number
Static Type
190
ENC-AKM-001M-MCS-DCA-28-NA
M.1302.8590
ENC-AKM-003M-MCS-DCA-28-NA
M.1302.8447
ENC-AKM-006M-MCS-DCA-28-NA
M.1302.8591
ENC-AKM-009M-MCS-DCA-28-NA
M.1302.8542
ENC-AKM-015M-MCS-DCA-28-NA
M.1302.8594
ENC-AKM-030M-MCS-DCA-28-NA
M.1302.8595
RES-AKM-001M-MCS-DCA-28-NA
M.1302.8618
RES-AKM-003M-MCS-DCA-28-NA
M.1302.8439
RES-AKM-006M-MCS-DCA-28-NA
M.1302.8619
RES-AKM-009M-MCS-DCA-28-NA
M.1302.8620
RES-AKM-015M-MCS-DCA-28-NA
M.1302.8621
RES-AKM-030M-MCS-DCA-28-NA
M.1302.8622
ENDAT-AKM-001M-MCS-DCA-28-NA
M.1302.8605
ENDAT-AKM-003M-MCS-DCA-28-NA
M.1302.8437
ENDAT-AKM-006M-MCS-DCA-28-NA
M.1302.8606
ENDAT-AKM-009M-MCS-DCA-28-NA
M.1302.8607
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Part Numbers
ENDAT-AKM-015M-MCS-DCA-28-NA
M.1302.8608
ENDAT-AKM-030M-MCS-DCA-28-NA
M.1302.8609
Flexing Type (12 X O.D. Min Bend Radius)
ENC-AKM-001M-MCS-DCA-28-AA
M.1302.8600
ENC-AKM-003M-MCS-DCA-28-AA
M.1302.8435
ENC-AKM-006M-MCS-DCA-28-AA
M.1302.8601
ENC-AKM-009M-MCS-DCA-28-AA
M.1302.8602
ENC-AKM-015M-MCS-DCA-28-NA
M.1302.8603
ENC-AKM-030M-MCS-DCA-28-NA
M.1302.8604
RES-AKM-001M-MCS-DCA-28-NA
M.1302.8630
RES-AKM-003M-MCS-DCA-28-NA
M.1302.8450
RES-AKM-006M-MCS-DCA-28-NA
M.1302.8631
RES-AKM-009M-MCS-DCA-28-NA
M.1302.8632
RES-AKM-015M-MCS-DCA-28-NA
M.1302.8633
RES-AKM-030M-MCS-DCA-28-NA
M.1302.8634
ENDAT-AKM-001M-MCS-DCA-28-NA
M.1302.8613
ENDAT-AKM-003M-MCS-DCA-28-NA
M.1302.8438
ENDAT-AKM-006M-MCS-DCA-28-NA
M.1302.8614
ENDAT-AKM-009M-MCS-DCA-28-NA
M.1302.8615
ENDAT-AKM-015M-MCS-DCA-28-NA
M.1302.8616
ENDAT-AKM-030M-MCS-DCA-28-NA
M.1302.8617
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Motor Power Cables (AKM/DDR Motors)
Power Cable (Flexing Type, 12 X O.D. Min Bend Radius)
Part Number
PWR-AKM-001M-MCS-000-14-6H
M.1302.8585
PWR-AKM-003M-MCS-000-14-6H
M.1302.8549
PWR-AKM-006M-MCS-000-14-6H
M.1302.8586
PWR-AKM-009M-MCS-000-14-6H
M.1302.8554
PWR-AKM-015M-MCS-000-14-6H
M.1302.8588
PWR-AKM-030M-MCS-000-14-6H
M.1302.8589
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Part Numbers
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Motor Cables (LSM/MSM Motors)
ENC-L&M-001M-MCS-DCA-28-NA
Cable Function
Type of Cable
ENC = Encoder Feedback
FAN = Fan
PWR = Power
NA = Static
AA = Hi-Flex
6H = Hi-Flex Power
Wire Size (Twisted Pair)
For Motor Type
28 = 28 AWG, etc.
LSM or MSM
Drive Connector, Angle
DCA = 45 Angle
000 = Wire Leads
Cable Length in Meters
001M = 1 Meter, etc.
11.9.1
Motor Connector Straight
Feedback Cables (LSM/MSM Motors)
Feedback Cable
Part Number
Static Type
ENC-L&M-001M-MCS-DCA-28-NA
M.1302.0944
ENC-L&M-003M-MCS-DCA-28-NA
M.1302.0945
ENC-L&M-009M-MCS-DCA-28-NA
M.1302.0946
ENC-L&M-015M-MCS-DCA-28-NA
M.1302.0947
ENC-L&M-030M-MCS-DCA-28-NA
M.1302.0948
Flexing Type (12 X O.D. Min Bend Radius)
ENC-L&M-001M-MCS-DCA-28-AA
M.1302.5834
ENC-L&M-003M-MCS-DCA-28-AA
M.1302.5835
ENC-L&M-009M-MCS-DCA-28-AA
M.1302.5836
ENC-L&M-015M-MCS-DCA-28-AA
M.1302.5837
ENC-L&M-030M-MCS-DCA-28-AA
M.1302.5838
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Power Cables for Blower Fan (LSM/MSM Motors)
Power Cable
Part Number
FAN-L&M-001M-MCS-000-16
M.1302.6310
FAN-L&M-003M-MCS-000-16
M.1302.6311
FAN-L&M-009M-MCS-000-16
M.1302.6312
FAN-L&M-015M-MCS-000-16
M.1302.6313
FAN-L&M-030M-MCS-000-16
M.1302.6314
Motor Power Cables (LSM/MSM Motors)
Power Cable (Flexing Type, 12 X O.D. Min Bend Radius)
Part Number
PWR-L&M-001M-MCS-000-16-6H
M.1302.1114
PWR-L&M-003M-MCS-000-16-6H
M.1302.1115
PWR-L&M-009M-MCS-000-16-6H
M.1302.1116
PWR-L&M-015M-MCS-000-16-6H
M.1302.1117
PWR-L&M-030M-MCS-000-16-6H
M.1302.1118
PWR-L&M-001M-MCS-000-14-6H
M.1302.1119
PWR-L&M-003M-MCS-000-14-6H
M.1302.1130
PWR-L&M-009-MCS-000-14-6H
M.1302.1131
PWR-L&M-015M-MCS-000-14-6H
M.1302.1132
PWR-L&M-030M-MCS-000-14-6H
M.1302.1133
PWR-L&M-001M-MCS-000-12-6H
M.1302.1134
PWR-L&M-003M-MCS-000-12-6H
M.1302.1135
PWR-L&M-009M-MCS-000-12-6H
M.1302.1136
PWR-L&M-015M-MCS-000-12-6H
M.1302.1137
PWR-L&M-030M-MCS-000-12-6H
M.1302.1139
PWR-L&M-001M-MCS-000-10-6H
M.1302.1140
PWR-L&M-003M-MCS-000-10-6H
M.1302.1142
PWR-L&M-009M-MCS-000-10-6H
M.1302.1143
PWR-L&M-015M-MCS-000-10-6H
M.1302.1144
PWR-L&M-030M-MCS-000-10-6H
M.1302.1145
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Part Numbers
PWR-L&M-001M-MCS-000-08-6H
M.1302.1146
PWR-L&M-003M-MCS-000-08-6H
M.1302.1147
PWR-L&M-009M-MCS-000-08-6H
M.1302.1148
PWR-L&M-015M-MCS-000-08-6H
M.1302.1149
PWR-L&M-030M-MCS-000-08-6H
M.1302.1150
PWR-L&M-001M-MCS-000-06-6H
M.3000.tbd
PWR-L&M-003M-MCS-000-06-6H
M.3000.tbd
PWR-L&M-009M-MCS-000-06-6H
M.3000.tbd
PWR-L&M-015M-MCS-000-06-6H
M.3000.tbd
PWR-L&M-030M-MCS-000-06-6H
M.3000.tbd
PWR-L&M-001M-MCS-000-04-6H
M.3000.tbd
PWR-L&M-003M-MCS-000-04-6H
M.3000.tbd
PWR-L&M-009M-MCS-000-04-6H
M.3000.tbd
PWR-L&M-015M-MCS-000-04-6H
M.3000.tbd
PWR-L&M-030M-MCS-000-04-6H
M.3000.tbd
PWR-L&M-001M-MCS-000-02-6H
M.3000.tbd
PWR-L&M-003M-MCS-000-02-6H
M.3000.tbd
PWR-L&M-009M-MCS-000-02-6H
M.3000.tbd
PWR-L&M-015M-MCS-000-02-6H
M.3000.tbd
PWR-L&M-030M-MCS-000-02-6H
M.3000.tbd
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Optional External Devices
11.10.1
AC Line Filters
11.10.2
For Drive Model
AC Line Filter Description
Part Number
MMC-SD-0.5-230(-D)
MMC-SD-1.0-230(-D)
6A, 250V, Single phase
M.1015.6922
MMC-SD-2.0-230(-D)
10A, 250V, Single phase,
M.1015.6917
MMC-SD-1.3-460(-D)
MMC-SD-2.4-460(-D)
7A, 480V, Three phase
M.1302.5241
MMC-SD- 4.0-460(-D)
MMC-SD-6.0-460(-D)
MMC-SD- 8.0-460(-D)
16A, 480V, Three phase
M.1302.5244
MMC-SD-12.0-460(-D)
MMC-SD-16.0-460(-D)
30A, 480V, Three phase
M.1302.5245
MMC-SD-24.0-460(-D)
42A, 480V, Three phase
M.1302.5246
MMC-SD-30.0-460-D
MMC-SD-42.0-460-D
56A, 480V, Three phase
M.1302.5247
MMC-SD-51.0-460-D
75A, 480V, Three phase
M.1302.5248
MMC-SD-65.0-460-D
100A, 480V, Three phase
M.3000.0019
AC Line Reactors
Required
Line
Reactor
(Amps)
Power InducLoss
tance
(Watts) (mH)
Weight
(Pounds) Part Number
MMC-SD-12.0460(-D)
25
52
1.2
14
M.1302.7373
MMC-SD-16.0460(-D)
35
54
0.8
16
M.1302.7374
MMC-SD-24.0460(-D)
45
62
0.7
28
M.1302.7375
MMC-SD-30.0460-D
55
67
0.5
27
M.3000.0105
MMC-SD-42.0460-D
80
86
0.4
51
M.3000.0106
MMC-SD-51.0460-D
100
84
0.3
51
M.3000.0107
MMC-SD-65.0460-D
130
180
0.2
57
M.3000.0108
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External Shunt Resistor Kits
For Drive
Shunt Resistor Module
Part Number
MMC-SD-0.5-230(-D)
MMC-SD-1.0-230(-D)
MMC-SD-2.0-230(-D)
100Ω, 300W, 600V, Dynamic
M.1015.7046
MMC-SD-1.3-460(-D)
MMC-SD-2.4-460(-D)
130Ω, 450W Cont. Power, 5.4kW Peak
Power, 820V, 240 sec. Time Constant,
121 mm x 93 mm x 605 mm
M.1302.7048
MMC-SD-4.0-460(-D)
95Ω, 700W Cont. Power, 8kW Peak
Power, 820V, 250 sec. Time Constant,
121 mm x 93 mm x 705 mm
M.1302.7049
MMC-SD-6.0-460(-D)
MMC-SD-8.0-460(-D)
50Ω, 1400W Cont. Power, 17kW Peak
Power, 850V, 250 sec. Time Constant,
130 mm x 182 mm x 710 mm
M.1302.7060
MMC-SD-12.0-460(-D)
MMC-SD-16.0-460(-D)
25Ω, 2800 W Cont. Power, 32kW Peak
Power, 850V, 60 sec. Time Constant,
71 mm x 430 mm x 550 mm
M.1302.7061
MMC-SD-24.0-460(-D)
MMC-SD-30.0-460-D
MMC-SD-42.0-460-D
MMC-SD-51.0-460-D
MMC-SD-65.0-460-D
18Ω, 3900W Cont. Power, 70kW Peak
Power, 850V, 70 sec. Time Constant,
180 mm x 445 mm x 490 mm
M.1302.7063
Software
Description
Part Number
PiCPro Professional Edition
M.1300.7213
PiCPro MMC Limited Edition
M.1300.7214
PiCPro Monitor Edition
M.1300.7215
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Appendix A - 460V MMC Smart Drive DC Bus Sharing
A.1
Introduction
This section discusses DC bus sharing among 2 or more 460V Smart Drives.
DC bus sharing accomplishes 4 things:
•
It pools the capacitance of all of the drives.
•
It lowers electricity cost.
•
It allows multiple dries to share one shunt resistor.
•
It allows the shunt energy to be shared among multiple shunt resistors.
Pooling the capacitance increases the Joule energy absorption capability to the sum
of the drives connected (Table A-2 on page 210). This lowers energy cost slightly
because energy that can be absorbed is not wasted in the shunt resistors. In some
applications, this can eliminate the need for a shunt resistor altogether.
Many applications will have one drive motoring while the other is regenerating. This
energy is transferred from one drive to the other through the DC bus rather than being
dissipated in a shunt. This saves energy cost.
If it is desired to share one shunt resistor instead of using one per drive, the energy
flows through the DC bus to the drive controlling the shunt resistor. Its internal circuitry
will turn the shunt on when the bus voltage reaches an upper limit.
If it is desired to distribute the shunt load among multiple drives, each having a smaller
resistor, then it is important to interconnect the “Shunt On” signals for all drives
sharing the DC bus. This ensures that all of the shunt resistors will properly share the
load. If this connection is not made, it is likely that only one shunt resistor will dissipate
all of the shunt power, overheating it.
A.2
DC Bus Sharing with AC Power to All Drives
When sharing DC power among several drives with AC power supplying all of the
drives (Figure A-1), all drives must be the same size (for example, all drives must be
MMC-SD-4.0-460). When two drives are connected to a shared DC bus in this
manner, the combined energy absorption of all drives is available.
3% line reactors are required for all sizes using this configuration to ensure rectifier
balance. However, shunt resistors are optional (see below). Refer to Chapter 4 in this
manual for information related to fusing, line reactors and shunts. Refer to Chapter 6
for connector information.
When more than one shunt is used with the MMC Smart Drives, it is important to tie
the “Shunt On” circuits together so that all shunts get turned on at the same time. For
example, in Figure A-1, if the shunt connected to Drive 1 turns on, the “Shunt On”
signal will turn on the shunt for Drive 2. The second shunt resistor is optional as long
as the “Shunt On” signal is connected as shown. The “Shunt On” signal acts as both
an input and an output for each Drive.
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Figure A-1: DC Bus Sharing with AC Input Power to All Drives
Incoming
AC Power
(Mains)
AC Power to
Next Drive
if Applicable
Circuit Protection Devices
(Supply Circuit Disconnect,
SCPD, Line Filter etc..)
Circuit Protection Devices
(Supply Circuit Disconnect,
SCPD, Line Filter etc..)
Line Reactor
Line Reactor
(for balancing)
(for balancing)
Bus +
Bus -
DC Bus to
Next Drive
if Applicable
Fuses
Bus +
DRIVE 1
Shunt
Resistor
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Bus -
Bus + Bus -
"Shunt On" Signal
DRIVE 2
Shunt
Resistor
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When sharing DC power among several drives with AC power supplying just one of
the drives (Figure A-2), all drives need not be the same size (for example, one drive
may be a MMC-SD-8.0-460, and another drive may be a MMC-SD-1.3460). When two or more drives are connected to a shared DC bus in this manner,
there are two limits that must be considered:
•
The drives not powered by AC must not consume more power than the “Bus
power available for linking to other drives” as listed in Table A-1.
•
The total power consumed by all drives cannot exceed the greater of “Bus power
available for linking to other drives” and the kW rating of the AC powered drive as
listed in Table A-1.
For example, assume that the AC powered drive is a MMC-SD-24.0-460 and
consumes 14kW, and supplies DC power to two more drives that consume 4kW each
(8kW total). From Table A-1, the total DC power available to the non-AC powered
drives is 10kW, meeting the first criteria. The total power consumed is 22kW, and
since the AC powered drive is a 24kW drive, meets the second criteria.
The continuous current available from the drive would be reduced by the same
percentage as the kW. In the example given, the available kW was reduced from 24 to
16kW. Therefore 16/24 = 67%. The drive’s continuous current is reduced by 1/3 from
45 Amps to 30 Amps.
If peak current is to be used at the same time on more than one drive, the total peak
current used by all drives must not exceed that of the main drive. If both the main and
auxiliary drives will accelerate at the same time, the peak current used by auxiliary
drives is subtracted from the available peak current of the main drive. Connection of a
shunt to the main drive is optional depending on the results found in sizing the system.
The system will have the combined DC Bus capacitance of all drives connected.
Table A-2 on page 210 shows the MMC Smart Drive bus capacitance and energy
absorption capability.
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Table A-1: kW Ratings for Powered Drive
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Drive Model
Bus power
available for
linking to other
drives
Continuous
Current
(Amps)
Peak
Current
(Amps)
MMC-SD-1.3-460
2.0kW
3
6
MMC-SD-2.4-460
2.0kW
5.5
11
MMC-SD-4.0-460
5.0kW
9
18
MMC-SD-6.0-460
5.0kW
13.5
27
MMC-SD-8.0-460
5.0kW
18
36
MMC-SD-12.0-460
10.0kW
27.5
55
MMC-SD-16.0-460
10.0kW
36.5
73
MMC-SD-24.0-460
10.0kW
55
110
MMC-SD-30.0-460
10.0kW
69.3
110
MMC-SD-42.0-460
36.0kW
93.3
147
MMC-SD-51.0-460
45.0kW
117.4
184
MMC-SD-65.0-460
58.0kW
152.7
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Incoming
AC Power
(Mains)
Circuit Protection Devices
(Supply Circuit Disconnect,
SCPD, Line Filter etc..)
Line Reactor
(size 3 only)
Bus +
Bus -
DC Bus to
Next Drive
if Applicable
Fuses*
Bus +
DRIVE 1
(Main)
Shunt
Resistor
Bus -
Bus + Bus -
DRIVE 2
(Auxiliary)
*Fuses should be sized to the Auxiliary Drive’s DC
bus rating, and must be able to interrupt 700V DC.
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Table A-2: Drive Bus Capacitance and energy Absorption Capability
MMC
Smart
Drive Bus
Capacitance
(μFarad)
Energy
Absorption
at 230V Line
Input and
230V Motor
(Joules)
Energy
Absorption
at 230V Line
Input and
460V Motor
(Joules)
Energy
Absorption
at 460V Line
Input and
460V Motor
(Joules)
MMC-SD-1.3-460
110
3
28
10
MMC-SD-2.4-460
240
7
60
22
MMC-SD-4.0-460
470
13
118
44
MMC-SD-6.0-460
470
13
118
44
MMC-SD-8.0-460
705
19
177
66
MMC-SD-12.0460
820
22
206
76
MMC-SD-16.0460
1230
33
309
114
MMC-SD-24.0460
1640
45
412
152
MMC-SD-30.0460
2000
55
502
185
MMC-SD-42.0460
1880
50.4
472
173
MMC-SD-51.0460
2350
63.1
591
218
MMC-SD-65.0460
3055
82
768
284
MMC-SD-0.5-460
1410
38
MMC-SD-1.0-460
1880
51
MMC-SD-2.0-460
1880
51
Drivea
460V Size 1
460V Size 2
460V Size 3
460V Size 4
230 Vb
a. add suffix (-D) for Digital Drive
b. add suffix (-D) for Digital Drives and (-DN) for Digital Narrow Drives
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A
Altitude 80, 114
application
wiring 25, 168
B
battery
disposal 179
type 179
block I/O
port
pinout 173
bonding
mounting 20
C
cables
pin assignments
HSM and FSM motors 144
I/O 136
LSM and MSM motors 137
XSM motors 140
YSM motors 146
CE
filter requirements 24
conformity
european directives 18
UL and cUL standards 18
connections
general outputs 177
general purpose inputs 178
MMC CPU module 173
connector
block I/O 173
ethernet 174
general I/O 175
user port 174
connectors
230V 24VDC IN/Brake 78
230V F1 feedback 70
230V F2 feedback 73
230V motor 79
size 1 460V drive 92
size 2 460V drive 97
size 3 460V drive 102, 107
contents of the manual 9
control cabinet
requirements 21
D
diagnostic
error codes 152, 159
LED 170
run-time 172
troubleshooting 171
Diagnostics 170
diagnostics
power on 151
run-time 152
runtime 152
dimensions
230V drive 85, 86, 87, 88
460V drive 125
cabinet clearance 19
motor cable 31
shunts 50
distribution
power 28
download hex 169
E
electrical service & maintenance safety 14
EMI (ElectroMagnetic Interference)
bonding 20
error codes
diagnostic 152, 159
digital MMC control 172
drive fault 153
drive warning codes 159
ethernet
port
pinout 174
F
faults
diagnostic 152, 159
features of the MMC Smart Drive 9
filter, AC power 24
flash memory 179
G
general I/O
port pinout 175
general inputs
sinking/sourcing 178
general outputs
connections 177
general purpose inputs
connections 178
grounding
CE single phase 230V drive system 24
multiple drives 25
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protective earth 12
system 22
noise
see bonding 20
H
handling the MMC Smart Drive 17
heat
controlling 19
hex
download 169
Humidity 80, 114
I
O
operation
safety 14
startup 169
overview
MMC 165
P
inspection
safety 13
installation 18
installing 17
isolation transformers
230V formula 48
460V formula 48
L
LEDs
230V single phase drive 61
460V analog 3-Phase drive 91
diagnostic 170
error codes 152, 159
power 170
scan 170
line filters
block diagram for 3-phase 54
CE compliance 53
connection diagram for 3-phase 54
technical data
230V 56
460V 57
line reactors 196
M
part numbers
breakout boards, cables and kits 187
connector kits 185, 186
drive connect cables 185
drives 181, 182
LSM and MSM feedback cables 190, 193
optional external devices 196
PiCPro
port pinout 173
PiCPro port
Standalone MMC Control 65
pinout
block I/O port 173
ethernet port 174
general I/O port 175
PiCPro port 173
user port 174
power
distribution in MMC 28
LED 170
procedure
manual cleaning 15
protective earth
grounding 12
R
maintenance 151
manual cleaning procedure 15
MMC
connecting to an application 169
CPU
module connections 173
overview 165
ports 166
power 29
Servo Control Unit 166
specifications 179
mounting 21
bonding 20
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Transformer 35
resolver
installing 161, 162
resolver module
installing 161
theory of operation 161
run-time diagnostics 172
S
safety
after shutdown 13
cleaning 15
electrical service & maintenance 14
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operating safely 14
operation 14
signs 12
system 11
warning labels 12
Sales and Service 214
scan
LED 170
Service 214
shields 26
Shock 80, 114
shunts
choosing 48
dimensions 50
signs
safety 12
single point ground (SPG)
checklist 22
software
required 10
specifications
230V MMC Smart Drive 80
Altitude 80, 114
Humidity 80, 114
MMC 179
optional resolver module 164
Shock 80, 114
Storage Temperature 80, 114
Vibration 80, 114
Standalone MMC Control
PiCPro port 65
storage
before installation 17
Temperature 80, 114
storing the drive 17
switch
main disconnect
wiring modules 170
system mounting requirements
ventilation 18
T
technical support contacts 10
Transformer
Size 35
troubleshooting 169
digital MMC error codes 172
drive error codes 153
drive warning codes 159
general 152
hardware wiring 151
mmc control 170
U
Unpacking 17
user port
pinout 174
V
ventilation 18
Vibration 80, 114
W
warning label
danger, warning, caution 13
hazard 12
Web Address 214
wiring
application 25, 168
connecting shunt modules 148
connections for 3-phase line filter 54
connectors on 230V drive 63
drive I/O connector 77
EMC compliant 25, 168
interface cables 30
preparing motor connection wires 31
routing high/low voltage cables 30
terminating 230V motor power cable 32
terminating 460V power cable 33
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