Catalog PM21 - SIMOTION, SINAMICS S120 and SIMOTICS for Production Machines

Catalog PM21 - SIMOTION, SINAMICS S120 and SIMOTICS for Production Machines
© Siemens AG 2013
SIMOTION, SINAMICS S120 & SIMOTICS
Equipment for Production Machines
Motion Control
Catalog
PM 21
Edition
2013
Answers for industry.
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In the CD-ROM that accompanies Catalog
PM 21 · 2013, you will find:
• Information about planning/configuring
based on the technical documentation;
additional technical documentation can be
found under:
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DXF format or via CAD CREATOR
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functions
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Insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive.
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CD-ROM. This does not apply, however, when using dimensional
drawings in DXF format.
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Motion Control
SIMOTION, SINAMICS S120
& SIMOTICS
System overview
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Communication
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SINAMICS S120 drive system
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SIMOTICS servomotors
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SIMOTICS main motors
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SIMOTICS linear and torque motors
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Measuring systems
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MOTION-CONNECT connection systems
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Refer to the Industry Mall for current updates
of this catalog:
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SIMOTION Motion Control System
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The products contained in this
catalog can also be found in the
Interactive Catalog CA 01.
Order No.:
E86060-D4001-A510-D2-7600
SIMOTION I/O components
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SIMOTION HMI devices
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Safety Integrated
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System description – Dimensioning
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Services and documentation
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Sector-specific solutions
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Appendix
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Equipment for Production Machines
Catalog PM 21 · 2013
The products and
systems described in this
catalog are distributed
under application of a
certified quality and
environmental
management system
in accordance with
DIN EN ISO 9001
(Certified Registration
No. 001258 QM) and
DIN EN ISO 14001
(Certified Registration
No. 081342 UM). The
certificate is recognized
by all IQNet countries.
Supersedes:
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Please contact your local Siemens branch
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SIMOTION, SINAMICS S120 & SIMOTICS
Overview
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System overview
Excellence in Motion Control
Energy efficiency due to targeted energy management
The SINAMICS drive family
SINAMICS S120 built-in devices
SIMOTICS motors
MOTION-CONNECT connection system
The SIMOTION system
Communication
PROFIBUS
Industrial Ethernet
PROFINET
PROFINET for SIMOTION and SINAMICS S120
PROFIdrive
SINAMICS S120
drive system
Control Units
Engineering software
Power Modules
Line Modules
Motor Modules
Line-side/DC link/load-side components
Supplementary system components
Encoder system connection
SIMOTICS
servomotors
SIMOTICS S synchronous motors for SINAMICS S120
SIMOTICS S-1FT7 motors
SIMOTICS S-1FK7 motors
SIMOTICS S-1FT7 geared servomotors
SIMOTICS S-1FK7 geared servomotors
SIMOTICS
main motors
SIMOTICS M asynchronous and synchronous motors for
SINAMICS S120
SIMOTICS M-1PH8 asynchronous and synchronous motors
SIMOTICS
linear and torque
motors
SIMOTICS L-1FN3 linear motors
SIMOTICS L-1FN6 linear motors
SIMOTICS T-1FW6 built-in torque motors
SIMOTICS T-1FW3 complete torque motors
Measuring systems
Built-on optoelectronic rotary encoders
Incremental encoders
Absolute encoders
Accessories
MOTION-CONNECT
connection systems
Power cables for SINAMICS S120
Signal cables for SINAMICS S120/SIMOTION D
Length code
Accessories
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SIMOTION, SINAMICS S120 & SIMOTICS
Overview
SIMOTION
Motion Control
System
SIMOTION C – Controller-based
SIMOTION P – PC-based
SIMOTION D – Drive-based
SIMOTION software
SIMOTION runtime software
SIMOTION engineering software
Overview of SIMOTION functions
SIMOTION
I/O components
Compact I/O modules
Power supplies
SIMATIC S7-300 I/O
Distributed I/O
SINAMICS drive I/O
Other I/O modules
SIMOTION HMI
HMI devices
Mobile Panels
Touch Panels/Operator Panels
Multi Panels
Panel PCs
Engineering software
Visualization software
Safety Integrated
Safe Torque Off (STO)
Safe Brake Control (SBC)
Safe Stop 1 (SS1), Safe Stop 2 (SS2)
Safe Operating Stop (SOS)
Safely Limited Speed (SLS)
Safe Speed Monitor (SSM)
Safe Direction (SDI)
Safely Limited Position (SLP), Safe Position (SP)
System description –
Dimensioning
SIZER for Siemens Drives engineering tool
Planning
SINAMICS S120 Control Units
Motors
Power units
System components
Mechanical configuration of the drive system
Heat dissipation
Services and
documentation
Applications
Training, Siemens Automation Cooperates with Education
Mechatronic Support
Control cabinets
Repair service contract RSC
Spare parts services, Industry Services, SPARESonWeb
My Documentation Manager, Documentation
CAD CREATOR
Sector-specific
solutions
Packaging solutions
Printing presses, Textile machines
Converting
Plastics
Metal forming technology
Handling
Customer applications
Renewable energy
Appendix
DT Configurator selection guide
Approvals
Notes on software
Partners
Information and ordering in the Internet and on DVD-ROM
Information and download center, Social Media, Mobile Media
Subject index, Order number index, Conversion tables
Metal surcharges, Conditions of sale and delivery
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Answers for industry.
Siemens Industry answers the challenges in the
manufacturing and the process industry as well as in
the building automation business. Our drive and automation
solutions based on Totally Integrated Automation (TIA) and
Totally Integrated Power (TIP) are employed in all kinds
of industry. In the manufacturing and the process industry.
In industrial as well as in functional buildings.
Siemens offers automation, drive, and
low-voltage switching technology as
well as industrial software from standard products up to entire industry solutions. The industry software enables our
industry customers to optimize the entire value chain – from product design
and development through manufacture
and sales up to after-sales service. Our
electrical and mechanical components
offer integrated technologies for the entire drive train – from couplings to gear
units, from motors to control and drive
solutions for all engineering industries.
Our technology platform TIP offers robust solutions for power distribution.
The high quality of our products
sets industry-wide benchmarks.
High environmental aims are part of
our eco-management, and we implement these aims consistently. Right
from product design, possible effects on
the environment are examined. Hence
many of our products and systems are
RoHS compliant (Restriction of Hazardous Substances). As a matter of course,
our production sites are certified according to DIN EN ISO 14001, but to us,
environmental protection also means
most efficient utilization of valuable
resources. The best example are our
energy-efficient drives with energy savings up to 60 %.
Check out the opportunities our
automation and drive solutions provide.
And discover how you can sustainably
enhance your competitive edge with us.
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TIA is characterized by its unique continuity.
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with reduced interfacing requirements – covering
the field level, production control level, up to the
corporate management level. With TIA you also
profit throughout the complete life cycle of your
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Totally Integrated Power:
Future-proof power supply
from one source.
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Software tools, products, systems and
support for integrated electrical
power distribution
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The power supply system acts like a
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installations. Electrical power distribution therefore requires integrated
solutions. Our answer:
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System overview
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Excellence in Motion Control
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Energy efficiency due to targeted
energy management
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The SINAMICS drive family
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SINAMICS S120 built-in devices
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SIMOTICS motors
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MOTION-CONNECT
connection system
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The SIMOTION system
Hardware platforms
Runtime system
Engineering system
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Excellence in Motion Control
Motion Control Solutions "Made by Siemens"
The Motion Control Systems division of the Automation and
Drive Technologies offers complete future-oriented automation
solutions for machine tools and production machines.
Thanks to the strong innovation capacity, the sector know-how
and the outstanding customer benefit of these solutions,
Siemens is one of the leading suppliers of Motion Control
Systems worldwide. For this reason, we can supply many
references in different areas.
Furthermore, Siemens supports its customers over the entire life
cycle of a machine, e.g. with worldwide presales and aftersales
service at more than 295 service points in 130 countries or with
special services for Motion Control solutions such as application
consulting and Mechatronics Support.
Application support:
The safe path to top solutions
Innovative products, systems, solutions and
services for each sector
Siemens Motion Control Systems achieve very high requirements: All products stand out through the use of the latest technologies, high functionality and quality. In addition, the individual
systems and products are optimally matched to one another
so that they can be easily and consistently combined into an
economic machine solution.
Examples of this are the Motion Control System SIMOTION and
the drive system SINAMICS. These products constitute an innovative system platform, with which you can optimally adapt the
control system to machine requirements. As a result you can find
optimized, economic and future-oriented Motion Control solutions for different sectors such as the packaging, plastics and
glass, timber and metal, textile and printing industries which can
be easily expanded for increased requirements and combined
with our high performance servo, linear, torque and standard
motors.
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Several application centers in China, France, Germany, Italy,
Turkey and the USA support the specialist and application
consultants on site who accompany customer projects from
planning through startup – from the idea to the operational
machine.
Application consulting includes:
• Planning and implementing projects
• Technical verification with test configuration and simulation
• Development of requirements and functional specifications
• Application workshops and customer-specific training
courses
Partnership for joint success
During this cooperation Siemens not only supports its customers, but also includes them as technology partners in the
development process of systems and components which results
in practical and future-oriented automation solutions.
In this way Siemens helps its customers to increase productivity,
competitiveness and profitability over the long term.
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Energy efficiency due to targeted
energy management
Siemens sets the standard in energy efficiency and
energy management
Energy efficiency in drive technology
In industrial applications, energy efficiency has a large impact
on electrical drive systems in particular, as these account for
more than 70% of industrial energy consumption (source:
ZVEI EU-15/2002)
The SIMOTION Motion Control system is combined with the
SINAMICS S120 drive system and SIMOTICS motors from
Siemens to create energy-efficient solutions with high degrees of
efficiency which help to achieve considerable reductions in
energy consumption.
Siemens supports its customers during every phase of the
energy-management process, at the product and system level
as well as with planning.
At the product level with:
• Energy consumption measurement
• High degrees of energy efficiency already in the design phase
At the system level with:
• Energy savings due to a common DC link
• Energy buffering
• Energy control due to a regulated incoming supply
At the planning level with:
• Calculation of energy consumption
• Energy-optimized system solution
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Power consumption
Energy balancing
Energy buffering
Regenerative energy
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System overview
Mixer/mills
Plastics
Converting
Machine tools
Pumps/fans/
compressors
Textiles
Packaging
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The SINAMICS drive family
Conveyor systems
Woodworking
Renewable energies
Printing machines
Application areas of the SINAMICS drive family
Application
Product variants
SINAMICS is the family of drives from Siemens designed for
industrial machine and plant construction. SINAMICS offers
solutions for all drive tasks:
7 Simple pump and fan applications in the process industry
7 Demanding single-motor drives in centrifuges, presses,
extruders, elevators, as well as conveyor and transport
systems
7 Drive line-ups in textile, plastic film, and paper machines,
as well as in rolling mill plants
7 High-precision servo drives for the manufacture of wind
turbines
7 Highly dynamic servo drives for machine tools, as well as
packaging and printing machines
Depending on the application, the SINAMICS range offers the
ideal variant for any drive task.
7 SINAMICS G is designed for standard applications with
asynchronous motors. These applications have less stringent
requirements regarding the dynamic performance of the
motor speed.
7 SINAMICS S handles demanding drive tasks with synchronous and asynchronous (induction) motors and fulfills stringent requirements regarding
- the dynamic performance and accuracy
- integration of extensive technological functions in the drive
control system.
7 SINAMICS DCM is the DC drive belonging to the SINAMICS
family. As a result of its expandability across the board, it
addresses both basic as well as demanding applications in
drive technology and in complementary markets.
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System overview
The SINAMICS drive family
SIMOTION
SINUMERIK
SIMATIC
SINAMICS
DC motors
Synchronous motors
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Asynchronous motors
SINAMICS as part of the Siemens modular automation system
Platform concept and Totally Integrated Automation
Quality management according to DIN EN ISO 9001
All SINAMICS versions are based on a platform concept.
Common hardware and software components, as well as
standardized tools for design, configuration and commissioning
tasks, ensure high-level integration across all components.
SINAMICS handles a wide variety of drive tasks without system
gaps. The different SINAMICS versions can be easily combined
with each other.
SINAMICS conforms to the most exacting quality requirements.
Comprehensive quality assurance measures in all development
and production processes ensure a consistently high level of
quality.
Of course, our quality management system is certified by an
independent authority in accordance with DIN EN ISO 9001.
SINAMICS is part of the Siemens "Totally Integrated Automation"
concept. Integrated SINAMICS systems covering engineering,
data management and communication at the automation level,
result in extremely cost-effective solutions based on SIMOTION,
SINUMERIK and SIMATIC control systems.
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The SINAMICS drive family
Low-Voltage AC Converters
For basic applications
SINAMICS G110
SINAMICS G110D
V/f Control
V/f Control/FCC
0.12 ... 3 kW
0.75 ... 7.5 kW
Pumps, fans,
conveyor belts
Conveyor technology
For high-quality applications
SINAMICS G120P
For basic servo drives
SINAMICS G120 SINAMICS G120D SINAMICS G130/G150
V/f Control / Vector Control
0.37 ... 90 kW
0.37 ... 250 kW
0.75 ... 7.5 kW
SINAMICS S110
Servo Control
75 ... 2700 kW
Pumps, fans, conveyor belts, compressors, mixers, mills, extruders
0.12 ... 90 kW
Single-axis positioning
applications for machine
and plant engineering
Common Engineering Tools
SIZER for Siemens Drives – for simple planning and configuration
STARTER – for fast commissioning, optimization and diagnostics
System properties
Application areas
The SINAMICS range is characterized by the following system
properties:
• Standard functionality based on a single platform concept
• Standardized engineering
• High degree of flexibility and combination capability
• Broad power range
• Designed for global use
• SINAMICS Safety Integrated
• Higher efficiency and effectiveness
• High energy efficiency
• Versatile interfacing facilities to higher-level controllers
• Totally Integrated Automation
Tailored to suit different application areas, the SINAMICS range
encompasses the following products:
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AC low-voltage converters (line supply < 1000 V)
7 SINAMICS G110
- The versatile drive for low power ratings
7 SINAMICS G120C
- The compact drive with higher power density
7 SINAMICS G120P
- The specialist for pumps, fans, and compressors
7 SINAMICS G120
- The modular single-motor drive for low up to medium
power ratings
7 SINAMICS G110D
- The distributed, compact single-motor drive in a high degree
of protection for basic applications
7 SINAMICS G120D
- The distributed, modular single-motor drive in a high degree
of protection for sophisticated applications
7 SINAMICS G130 and SINAMICS G150
- The universal drive solution for single-motor drives with a
high power rating
7 SINAMICS S110
- The basic positioning drive for single-axis applications
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The SINAMICS drive family
For demanding applications
SINAMICS S120
SINAMICS S150
V/f Control / Vector Control / Servo Control
DC Converters
Medium-Voltage AC Converters
For basic and
demanding applications
For high-power applications
SINAMICS DCM
SINAMICS GM150/SM150/GL150/SL150
Closed-loop speed control /
torque control
V/f Control / Vector Control
0.12 ... 4500 kW
75 ... 1200 kW
6 kW ... 30 MW
1 ... 120 MW
Motion Control applications in production machines
(packaging, textile, printing, paper, plastic),
machine tools, plants and process lines, metal forming
technology, renewable energies
Test stands,
cross cutters,
centrifuges
Rolling mills, cross cutters and
shears, wire-drawing machines,
extruders and kneaders, presses,
elevator and crane installations,
cableways and lifts, mining hoists,
test stand drives
Pumps, fans, compressors, mixers,
extruders, mills, rolling mills,
mining hoist drives, excavators,
test stands and marine drives
Common Engineering Tools
SIZER for Siemens Drives – for simple planning and configuration
STARTER – for fast commissioning, optimization and diagnostics
Application areas (continued)
AC low-voltage converters (line supply < 1000 V)
7 SINAMICS S120
- The flexible, modular drive system for demanding drive tasks
7 SINAMICS S150
- The drive solution for demanding single-motor drives with a
high power rating
DC converter (line supply voltage < 1000 V)
7 SINAMICS DCM
- The scalable drive system for basic and demanding
applications
AC medium-voltage converters (line supply voltage > 1000 V)
7 SINAMICS GM150
- The universal drive solution for single-motor drives
7 SINAMICS SM150
- The drive solution for demanding single-motor and
multimotor drives
7 SINAMICS GL150
- The drive solution for synchronous motors up to 120 MW
7 SINAMICS SL150
- The drive solution for slow speed motors with the highest
torques and overloads
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SINAMICS S120 built-in devices
Modularity for mechanical engineering
SINAMICS S120 is designed to allow free combination of power
and control performance. Multi-axis drives with higher-level
motion control can be implemented with the SINAMICS S120
modular system as easily as single-drive solutions.
Greater flexibility with central control intelligence
On the SINAMICS S120, the drive intelligence is combined with
closed-loop control functions into Control Units.
These units are capable of controlling drives in Vector, Servo and
V/f modes. They also perform the speed and torque control
functions plus other intelligent drive functions for all axes on the
drive.
Free performance selection for Vector and
Servo control modes
The use of a SINAMICS S120 Vector control is recommended for
drive solutions with continuous material webs, for example, wiredrawing machines, film and paper machines, as well as for hoisting gear, centrifuges and marine drives with harmonic, circular
motion.
Flexibility for successful machine concepts
As part of the SINAMICS drive family, the SINAMICS S120 drive
system is a modular system for high-performance applications
in machine and plant engineering. SINAMICS S120 offers highperformance single-axis and multi-axis drives for a very broad
range of industrial applications. By virtue of its scalability and
flexibility, SINAMICS S120 is the ideal system for satisfying the
ever increasing demand for more axes and better performance.
SINAMICS S120 supports flexible machine designs and speedy
implementation of customized drive solutions.
The response to ever increasing demands
Modern machines must be built at ever lower cost, but deliver
ever greater productivity. The SINAMICS S120 drive concept
meets both these challenges! It is easy to configure and thus
helps to reduce project completion times. Its excellent dynamic
response and accuracy permit higher cycle rates for maximum
productivity.
Applications in machine and plant engineering
Regardless of whether the application involves continuous
material webs or cyclic, highly dynamic processes –
SINAMICS S120 means increased machine performance in
many industries:
• Packaging machines
• Plastics processing machines
• Textile machines
• Printing machines
• Paper machines
• Hoisting equipment
• Handling and assembly systems
• Machine tools
• Rolling mills
• Test stands
• Renewable energy
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Servo control with SINAMICS S120 is employed for cyclic
processes with precise, highly dynamic position control and
servo motors, e.g. in textile, packaging, printing machines and
machine tools.
SINAMICS S120 – Functions for better efficiency
• Basic functions: Speed control, torque control, positioning
functions
• Intelligent starting functions for independent restart after
power supply interruption
• BICO technology with interconnection of drive-related I/Os
for easy adaptation of the drive system to its operating
environment
• Integrated safety functions for rational implementation of
safety concepts
• Regulated infeed/regenerative feedback functions for
preventing undesirable reactions on the supply, allowing
recovery of braking energy and ensuring greater stability
against line fluctuations.
DRIVE-CLiQ – The digital interface between all components
All SINAMICS S120 components, including the motors and
encoders, are interconnected by a shared serial interface called
DRIVE-CLiQ. DRIVE-CLiQ forms the backplane for the complete
drive system. The standardized cables and connectors reduce
the variety of different parts and cut storage costs. Converter
boards (Sensor Modules) for converting standard encoder
signals to DRIVE-CLiQ are available for third-party motors or
retrofit applications.
Swift and automatic: The electronic rating plate
An important digital linkage element of the SINAMICS S120
drive system are the electronic type plates integrated in every
component. They allow all drive components to be detected
automatically via a DRIVE-CLiQ link. As a result, data do not
need to be entered manually during commissioning or component replacement – helping to ensure that drives are commissioned successfully! The electronic rating plates of the motors
contain, for example, the parameters of the electrical equivalent
circuit diagram and the characteristic data of the built-in motor
encoder in addition to information such as order and identification numbers.
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SINAMICS S120 built-in devices
Modular design ensures flexibility and scalability
DC/AC units (= Motor Modules) – available in compact booksize, booksize and chassis formats – are characterized by their
modular design. All the drive intelligence is organized into
Control Units. The Control Units perform all the closed-loop
control functions for the drive line-up. They also handle all other
drive functions such as the interconnection of drive-related I/Os,
positioning functions, and feature PROFIBUS DP or PROFINET
as the central interface for linking to higher-level automation
systems.
Line Modules function as the central energy supply to the
voltage-source DC link. Line Modules are optionally available
with regulated infeed/regenerative feedback to provide a
constant DC link voltage and high level of supply compatibility.
Motor Modules supply the motors with energy from the DC link.
On AC/AC units, the infeed and motor power supply functions
are combined in one device, the Power Module – available in
blocksize and chassis formats. For single-axis applications,
drive control functions are performed by a special Control Unit
(CU310-2) mounted on the Power Module and for multi-axis
applications, by a Control Unit (e.g. CU320-2) connected by a
DRIVE-CLiQ link. In this case, a Control Unit Adapter is mounted
on the Power Module in place of the Control Unit.
SINAMICS S120 blocksize, booksize compact, booksize and chassis formats
All formats can be combined as required
The different SINAMICS S120 formats can be combined freely
thanks to their DRIVE-CLiQ interfaces, e.g. Line Modules in
chassis format can be freely combined with Motor Modules in
booksize format for multi-axis applications with high total output.
PROFIBUS
PROFINET
DRIVE-CLiQ
Digital and
analog I/O
(Terminal Modules)
DRIVE-CLiQ
Central Control
Module (Control Unit)
Inverters
(Motor Modules)
Infeed (Line Module)
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Control
Unit
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SINAMICS S120
chassis format
SINAMICS S120
booksize format
SINAMICS S120 Control Units in booksize and chassis formats
Motors
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With Totally Integrated Automation (TIA), Siemens is the only
single-source provider to offer an integrated spectrum of products and systems for all industries. Tailored to meet individual
customer requirements, industry-specific automation solutions
can be implemented efficiently on the basis of TIA. Lower lifecycle costs for plant operation and a significant reduction in the
time to market result in a marked improvement in productivity
and greater investment security.
Easy – Totally Integrated Automation with SINAMICS S120
Apart from SIMATIC, SIMOTION and SINUMERIK, SINAMICS is
also one of the core components of TIA. The STARTER commissioning tool is therefore an integral element of the TIA platform.
It is thus possible to parameterize, program and commission all
components in the automation system using a standardized
engineering platform and without any gaps. The system-wide
data management functions ensure consistent data and simplify
archiving of the entire plant project.
PROFIBUS
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Motors
Example configuration of SINAMICS S120 booksize and
blocksize formats
SINAMICS S120 and SIMOTION – The perfect team
Modern machines must be capable of handling ever more
complex Motion Control tasks and performing them with increasing accuracy and speed. In regard to this requirement, the
SIMOTION Motion Control System and high-performance
SINAMICS S120 drive system form a perfect team. The
SIMOTION D variant, which is physically integrated in the
SINAMICS S120 drive, is the ideal solution for machines with
a large number of axes and stringent precision requirements.
This distributed automation structure allows the machine to be
segmented into various axis groupings, with each grouping
controlled by a separate SIMOTION Motion Control System.
The SIMOTION systems communicate either via PROFIBUS DP
or PROFINET. Another important aspect: The compact machine
design thanks to the distributed automation structure and a
Control Unit directly in the drive.
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automation platform
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Scalable MOTION CONTROL functionality
Motors
PROFINET
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Motion Control system
SIMOTION D
for sophisticated Motion Control
tasks directly in the drive
230 V 1 AC
400 V 3 AC
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SINAMICS S120 built-in devices
PROFIBUS DP, the standard fieldbus of the TIA system, is
supported by all SINAMICS S120 variants. It provides a highperformance, system-wide communication network which links
all automation components: HMI, controls, drives and I/O
devices.
PROFINET – for enhanced performance and open
IT communication
SINAMICS S120 is also available with a PROFINET interface.
This Ethernet-based bus enables control data to be exchanged
at high speed via PROFINET IO with IRT or RT and makes
SINAMICS S120 a suitable choice for integration in top-performance multi-axis applications.
At the same time, PROFINET also uses standard IT mechanisms
(TCP/IP) to transport information, e.g. operating and diagnostic
data, to higher-level systems. A SINAMICS S120 with this interface can thus easily be integrated into factory IT networks.
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SINAMICS S120 built-in devices
The components of the SINAMICS S120 drive system
SINAMICS S120 drive system
Line-side components
Line Modules
Line reactors
Basic Line Modules
Line filters
Smart Line
Modules
Active Interface
Modules
Active Line
Modules
Power supply
DC link components
For applicable 24 V device,
Braking Modules
see Catalog KT 10.1
Braking resistors
Capacitor Module
Control Supply Module
Control Units
CU310-2
CU320-2
Control Units SIMOTION
D410-2
D425-2
D435-2
D445-2
D455-2
Motor Modules
Single Motor
Modules
Double Motor
Modules
CX32-2
Supplementary
system components
Power Modules
Load-side components
Motor reactors
Sine-wave filters
AC motors
Asynchronous motors
SIMOTICS M-1PH8
Connection system
Synchronous motors
SIMOTICS M-1PH8 SIMOTICS L-1FN3/1FN6
SIMOTICS S-1FT7 SIMOTICS T-1FW3/1FW6
SIMOTICS S-1FK7
MOTION-CONNECT
Power cables
Signal cables
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SIMOTICS motors
SIMOTICS servomotors
Synchronous motors
SIMOTICS S-1FT7
Machines with the highest demands in dynamic response
and precision. Very low torque ripple for exacting
standards in machine tools.
Synchronous motors
SIMOTICS S-1FK7
Robots and handling systems,
wood, glass, ceramics and stone processing,
packaging, plastics and textile machines
Compact geared motors
SIMOTICS S-1FK7-DYA
Handling systems,
wood, glass and ceramics processing,
packaging machines,
injection molding and foil stretching machines,
auxiliary axes
Geared servomotors
SIMOTICS S-1FK7
Packaging machines,
high-bay racking units,
wood, glass and ceramics processing,
beverage filling plants,
conveyor belts
Asynchronous motors
SIMOTICS M-1PH8
Main drives in presses and extruders,
converting applications,
paper and printing industries,
crane applications
Synchronous motors
SIMOTICS M-1PH8
Main drives in presses and extruders,
converting applications,
paper and printing industries,
crane applications
SIMOTICS main motors
SIMOTICS linear motors and SIMOTICS torque motors
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Linear motors
SIMOTICS L-1FN3
Extremely fast dynamic response and very quick
traversing speeds,
highly dynamic and flexible mechanical engineering,
oscillating motions
Linear motors
SIMOTICS L-1FN6
Exacting requirements of precision combined with fast
dynamic response,
handling and linked axes,
long traverse paths
Built-in torque motors
SIMOTICS T-1FW6
Rotary tables,
rotary indexing machines,
rollers and winders,
swivel axes,
spindle machines,
machine tools
Complete torque motors
SIMOTICS T-1FW3
Injection molding machines,
extruders,
foil stretching machines,
rollers and winders,
rotary tables,
paper machines,
shredders
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SIMOTICS motors
The ideal SIMOTICS motor for any application
Users of Motion Control drives are demanding ever more compact and dynamic motors in a very wide range of power ratings
and variants, as well as mechanically integrated solutions.
Siemens offers a wide range of servomotors, main motors, linear
motors and torque motors to satisfy these demands.
A suitable SIMOTICS motor of asynchronous or synchronous
design is available for every Motion Control task – with ratings
ranging from 0.05 kW to 1340 kW.
MOTION-CONNECT connection system
MOTION-CONNECT includes connection systems and components which are optimally tailored to individual areas of application. MOTION-CONNECT cables feature state-of-the-art connection systems to ensure fast, reliable connection of different
components. The use of pre-assembled MOTION-CONNECT
cables ensures high quality and system-tested, problem-free
operation.
Uniform integrated system solutions
All SIMOTICS motors for Motion Control applications are
optimally designed to operate with the SINAMICS S120 drive
system.
SIMOTICS motors equipped with a DRIVE-CLiQ interface ensure
quick commissioning, smooth operation and simple diagnostic
procedures. The DRIVE-CLiQ interface transfers the electronic
rating plate data of the motors, e.g. their unique identification
number and rating data such as voltage, current and torque, to
the Control Unit.
Pre-assembled MOTION-CONNECT signal and power cables
offer an easy, reliable method for connecting the components.
Precisely tailored Motion Control solutions – state of the art in all
rating classes – are made possible by a combination of globally
available standard components and the control systems.
Powerful tools and competent support
Siemens offers expert advice and efficient tools to help users
select the right motor solution. Experienced specialists are always ready to lend a hand in designing mechanically integrated
motor solutions.
• SIZER for Siemens Drives engineering tool
- User-friendly support in dimensioning motor and gear unit
www.siemens.com/sizer
• CAD CREATOR
- Dimension drawing and 2D/3D CAD generator
www.siemens.com/cadcreator
Power cables and signal cables
MOTION-CONNECT cables are available in two versions to suit
different applications:
• MOTION-CONNECT 500
The solution for predominantly fixed installation.
• MOTION-CONNECT 800PLUS
Ideally satisfies all requirements for use in machine tools and
production machines. The cables meet all exacting mechanical requirements for application in cable carriers on machine
tools and production machines and are resistant to cutting
oils.
MOTION-CONNECT cables are available as power cables or
signal cables, preassembled or by the meter depending on the
application. The preassembled cables can be ordered in length
units of 10 cm (4 in) and can be extended, if necessary.
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The SIMOTION system
The SIMOTION system is made up of three components:
Engineering system
It enables Motion Control, PLC and technology functions to be
incorporated in one comprehensive, integrated system and
provides all the necessary tools: From programming and parameterization through testing and commissioning, to diagnostics.
PLC functionality
(IEC 61131-3)
Runtime system
Motion Control
(e. g. positioning, synchronous operation, etc.)
SIMOTION
Fusion of Motion Control,
PLC, and technology
functions
Technology
functions
(e. g. hydraulic control,
temperature control, etc.)
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SIMOTION is recommended for all machines with Motion Control
tasks – from simple to high-performance. The focus is on a
simple and flexible solution for the greatest possible range of
Motion Control tasks.
SIMOTION is based on the fusion of Motion Control with two
other control functions which are found in most machines: PLC
and technology functions.
The runtime system offers a high-performance execution system
for cyclic and sequential tasks. The runtime software modules
make the different PLC, Motion Control and technology functions
available. By selecting the appropriate modules, the overall
functionality of the system can be flexibly adapted to the
machine.
Hardware platforms
The hardware platforms are the basis of the SIMOTION Motion
Control System. The application created with the engineering
system and the associated runtime software modules can be
implemented on different hardware platforms.
Engineering system
Runtime software
For programming,
parameterization, ...
PLC
Graphical or text-based
programming
Gear
Test and
diagnostics
Positioning
Cam
Interpolation
This approach means that Motion Control of axes and control
of the complete machine can be implemented within the same
system. The same applies to technology functions, such as
pressure control of a hydraulic axis. A seamless switch can be
made from position-controlled positioning mode to pressure
control.
Combining the three open-loop control functions of Motion
Control, PLC and technology functions has the following
benefits:
• Reduced engineering overhead and increased machine
performance
• Fast system response – Time-critical interfaces between the
individual components are no longer required
• Simple, uniform and transparent programming as well as
diagnostics of the entire machine
Hardware platforms
Controller-based
PC-based
Drive-based
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The fast path to the automation solution
Thanks to the SIMOTION system components and the concept
of ready-to-apply standard applications and complete machine
solutions called SIMOTION Easy Set (Ready to Run), it is possible to reduce engineering costs, speed up project completion
times and implement successful automation systems more
quickly.
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Hardware platforms
One concept – 3 platforms
SIMOTION D – Compact and integrated in the drive
Automation systems are primarily identified by the following
characteristics:
• System-specific characteristics, e.g. functionality and
engineering
• Hardware-dependent characteristics, e.g. performance,
design and expandability
However, mechanical engineering demands vary greatly,
depending on the version of the machine in question.
Every hardware platform has its benefits when used in certain
applications.
The various platforms can also be combined very easily, which
is a particular advantage in modular machines and plants. This
is because the individual hardware platforms always have the
same system characteristics, i.e. functionality and engineering
are always identical, irrespective of the platform used.
PROFIBUS or PROFINET can be used to create the link to the
drives and the I/Os remotely.
PROFIBUS/PROFINET can also be used for communication with
HMI devices such as SIMATIC HMI or higher-level controllers
such as SIMATIC S7. This means that SIMATIC HMI panels as
well as PCs with WinCC flexible can be used as operator
systems. Even 3rd party applications communicate with
SIMOTION by means of the OPC interface.
In SIMOTION D, the SIMOTION functionality is integrated directly in the closed-loop control module of the SINAMICS S120
drive system. Therefore, the complete system (consisting of the
open-loop control and the drive) is extremely compact and
powerful.
Two SIMOTION D versions are available:
• As a SIMOTION D410-2 single-axis system with multi-axis
option (blocksize format)
• As a SIMOTION D4x5-2 multi-axis system in four performance
variants for up to 128 axes (booksize format)
This finely graded performance ensures the highest degree of
scalability and flexibility. The field of application ranges from
single axes to high-performance multi-axis machines. For
visualization and operation SIMATIC HMI devices can be
connected via PROFIBUS, PROFINET or Ethernet depending
on the SIMOTION D variant. Distributed I/O is connected via
PROFIBUS or PROFINET.
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Hardware platforms
SIMOTION C – Modularity and flexibility
SIMOTION P – Open for other tasks
SIMOTION C is a motion controller based on the
SIMATIC S7-300 design.
SIMOTION P is a PC-based Motion Control System. The
capabilities of the portfolio of PC-based controllers with
SIMOTION P320-3, the embedded PC for Motion Control, and
SIMOTION P350-3 with the operating system Windows XP
Professional are well-demonstrated in practice – and not just
for high-end tasks.
It is available in two variants which differ in terms of their interfaces, but not with respect to Motion Control functionality or
performance. In addition to the already integrated interfaces,
both controllers can be expanded using I/O modules from the
SIMATIC S7-300 range.
Variant C240 with its four drive and encoder interfaces is ideal
for machine automation applications and the operation of drives
with analog setpoint interface or stepper drives. As a result, this
variant is particularly suitable for machine retrofits.
Variant C240 PN with its three PROFINET ports, which support
PROFINET with IRT as well as TCP/IP and RT communication, is
used to automate machines on the basis of PROFINET. It is
capable of operating PROFINET drives with PROFIdrive, as well
as PROFINET I/Os, such as SIMATIC ET 200S High Speed.
Both variants are equipped additionally with two PROFIBUS
interfaces via which drives with PROFIdrive profile as well as
standard I/Os can be connected. In addition, both controllers
feature an Industrial Ethernet interface, thus offering further
communication options.
SIMOTION P320-3 has been created for Embedded PC Motion
Control applications. Thanks to the Embedded Windows
operating system and elimination of rotating parts in the PC, the
SIMOTION P320-3 is particularly compact and ideal for applications in harsh environments. Both PCs are equipped with the
usual real-time expansion for SIMOTION. This means that in
addition to SIMOTION machine applications, it is possible to run
other PC applications at any time including, for example, the
SIMOTION engineering system, an operator application, a
process data evaluation routine or standard PC applications.
With its excellent processor performance, SIMOTION P350-3 is
predestined for applications with exacting performance requirements (such as hydraulic applications with highly dynamic
position and pressure control loops).
SIMOTION P320-3 is particularly suitable for harsh operating
environments. Its small footprint makes it the preferred choice for
many applications in which available space and highly rugged
design play a key role.
The SIMOTION P350-3 can be operated by a variety of different
SIMOTION panel fronts. These are available in various screen
sizes and can either be operated using a keyboard and mouse,
or a touch screen. The SIMOTION P320-3 can be linked to the
SIMOTION fronts by means of the Remote Panel PC Kit. For both
PC variants, the SIMATIC flat panel series offers further scope for
solutions in which the PC is not directly connected to the front
panel.
SIMOTION P350-3 is available in either a PROFIBUS or
PROFINET variant for the connection of I/Os, while
SIMOTION P320-3 is available only as a PROFINET variant.
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Runtime system
Multi-layer software architecture
Technology packages
With SIMOTION, motion tasks in many different machines are
performed easily and uniformly.
Each of these packages provides complete functionality for the
technology in question. For example, the Motion Control technology package provides all functions for precise positioning
movements, including camming.
Scalable functionality
It also handles the cyclic exchange of setpoints and actual
values with the drive including position control, calculation of the
movement profile, removal or overriding of motions, homing
functions, encoder changeover, axis release, status information,
and more.
The technology packages, function libraries and multi-layer
architecture of the runtime system combine to achieve the
scalable functionality of SIMOTION.
Control functionality
Scalable
• Thanks to various functionality levels
• Thanks to software modules and technology packages with
extensive functionality
Technology packages
Flexible
• Thanks to the integrated, freely programmable PLC following
IEC 61131-3 standards
• Thanks to technology packages that can be used limitlessly
• Thanks to a broad functional scope with a complex command
set as well as function blocks according to the PLCopen
standard
• Thanks to the option to run servo, vector, stepper, and
hydraulic drives
• Thanks to the ability to combine the various technology
packages and function libraries
Function libraries
User program
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To facilitate this, a very special, multi-layer architecture was
chosen as the runtime system. All SIMOTION devices provide
basic functionality such as PLC functionality with a command set
according to IEC 61131-3. You can expand this basic functionality using the included technology packages and function
libraries.
Customized
SIMOTION
application
Expandable
• Thanks to standard functions of the function libraries
In addition to the Motion Control technology package (including
positioning, synchronous operation, coutput cam, and path interpolation), packages for other technologies, e.g. temperature
control, are also available.
Cam
Gear
Hydraulic
control
Other
technologies
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Positioning Cam
Temperature Path interpolation
control
Function libraries
The function libraries offer standard functions
• For integration of special I/O modules (e.g. counter modules,
communication modules, AS-Interface)
• For expanding the system functions (e.g. closed-loop
controllers)
Modular user functions can also be stored as libraries for
standardized implementation in projects.
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Engineering system
Focus is on user friendliness
Programming for everyone
As the performance capability of a system grows, so do the
requirements of its user friendliness. This is the only means of
ensuring the usability of the system. With SCOUT, the engineering system for SIMOTION, particular emphasis has therefore
been placed on user friendliness:
• The engineering for Motion Control, PLC and technology as
well as the drive configuration and commissioning are all
performed in the same manner in the same engineering
environment.
• All tasks are largely resolved in a graphical manner:
Configuring, programming, testing and commissioning.
• Intuitive operation, context-sensitive help functions and
automatic consistency checks make engineering easier,
especially for those users who are new to Motion Control
programming.
• All the tools that are associated with the SCOUT engineering
system are integrated, giving a uniform Look & Feel.
One of the options listed below can be selected for programming SIMOTION with the SCOUT engineering system:
• Graphic programming with Motion Control Chart (MCC)
• Graphic programming with Drive Control Chart (DCC)
• Ladder logic (LAD)/Function block diagram (FBD), as known
from the PLC
• High-level language Structured Text (ST)
The SCOUT engineering system supports you step-by-step,
making the engineering easy and efficient.
SCOUT can be used in SIMATIC STEP 7, either with standardized data management and configuring procedures, or as a
stand-alone engineering tool (SCOUT Stand-Alone).
In addition to Motion Control commands (e.g. referencing of
axis), commands for I/O access, logic and calculations, subroutine calls and control of the program flow are also available.
Complex motion relationships are also easy to set up using the
graphical cam editors.
Central management with integrated tools
All the data for your complete machine can be managed in a
single project: Configuration data, programs, movement
profiles, and drive data.
The appropriate tools are then called from the central project
management, e.g. for entering a cam or for commissioning a
drive.
Test and diagnostics
SCOUT supports the testing, commissioning and error diagnostics of SIMOTION applications with a series of tools, such as
those providing program status, control variables, trace, and the
axis control panel.
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Industrial Ethernet
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PROFIBUS
DP slave
■ Overview
A DP slave is an IO device which receives output information
or setpoints from the DP master and sends input information,
measured values or actual values to the DP master in response.
A DP slave never sends data automatically, it must always be
prompted by the DP master.
2
The volume of input and output data depends on the device and
can be up to 244 bytes per DP slave and transfer direction.
■ Function
Functional scope in DP masters and DP slaves
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PROFIBUS – The most successful open fieldbus in
automation
The demands of users for an open, vendor-independent communication system resulted in the specification and standardization of the PROFIBUS protocol.
PROFIBUS defines the technical and functional features of a
serial fieldbus system with which distributed programmable field
controllers of the low-end (sensor/actuator level) to mid performance range (cell level) can be networked.
Standardization according to IEC 61158 / EN 50170 provides
future protection for your investment.
Through the conformity and interoperability test performed by
the test laboratories authorized by PROFIBUS & PROFINET
International (PI) and the certification of the devices by PI, the
user can rest assured that quality and functionality are also
ensured for multi-vendor installations.
PROFIBUS variants
Three different PROFIBUS variants have been defined to fulfill
the wide range of different requirements at the field level:
PROFIBUS FMS (Fieldbus Message Specification) – the universal solution for communication tasks on the field and cell level of
the industrial communication hierarchy.
PROFIBUS PA (Process Automation) – the variant for applications in process automation. PROFIBUS PA uses the intrinsically
safe transmission technology specified in IEC 61158-2.
PROFIBUS DP (Distributed Peripherals) – this variant, which is
optimized for speed, is tailored especially for the communication
of automation systems with distributed IO stations and drives.
PROFIBUS DP is characterized by its very short response times
and high degree of fault tolerance and replaces cost-intensive
parallel signal transmission with 24 V and the measured value
transmission with 0/4 … 20 mA technology.
■ Design
Bus nodes for PROFIBUS DP
PROFIBUS DP distinguishes between two different master
classes and one slave class:
DP master Class 1
The DP master Class 1 is the central component in PROFIBUS
DP. The central master station exchanges information with distributed stations (DP slaves) in a fixed, repeated message cycle.
DP master Class 2
Devices of this type are used (programming, configuration or
control devices) during start-up, for configuring the DP system,
for diagnostics or controlling the plant during normal operation.
A DP master Class 2 can be used, for example, to read the input,
output, diagnostics and configuration data of the slaves.
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The functional scope can differ between DP masters and
DP slaves. The functional scope is different for DP-V0, DP-V1
and DP-V2.
DP-V0 communication functions
The DP-V0 master functions comprise the functions "Configuration", "Parameter Assignment", "Read Diagnostics Data" as well
as cyclic reading of input data/actual values and writing output
data/setpoints.
DP-V1 communication functions
The DP-V1 function expansions make it possible to perform
acyclic read and write functions as well as processing cyclic
data communication. This type of slave must be supplied with
extensive parameterization data during start-up and during
normal operation. These acyclically transferred parameterization data are only rarely changed in comparison to the cyclic setpoints, actual values, and measured values, and are transferred
at lower priority in parallel with the cyclic high-speed user data
transfer. Detailed diagnostic information can be transferred in
the same way.
DP-V2 communication functions
The extended DP-V2 master functions mainly comprise functions for isochronous operation and direct data exchange
between DP slaves.
• Isochronous mode:
Isochronous mode is implemented by means of an equidistant
signal in the bus system. This cyclic, equidistant cycle is sent
by the DP master to all bus nodes in the form of a Global Control Telegram. Master and slaves can then synchronize their
applications with this signal. The signal jitter between cycles
is less than 1 μs.
• Slave-to-slave communication:
The "publisher/subscriber" model is used to implement slaveto-slave communication. Slaves declared as publishers make
their input data/actual values and measured values available
to other slaves, the subscribers, for reading. This is performed
by sending the response frame to the master as a broadcast.
Slave-to-slave communication is therefore a cyclic process.
PROFIBUS for SINAMICS and SIMOTION
SINAMICS and SIMOTION use the PROFIBUS protocol
PROFIBUS DP.
SINAMICS S120 drives can operate only as DP slaves and
support all communication functions, i.e. DP-V0, DP-V1 and
DP-V2.
The SIMOTION systems can be used both as DP masters and
DP slaves. The DP-V0, DP-V1 and DP-V2 communication
functions are supported.
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Industrial Ethernet
■ Overview
Ethernet is the basic Internet technology for worldwide networking. The many possibilities of intranet and Internet, which have
been available for office applications for a long time, are now
utilized for production automation with Industrial Ethernet.
■ Function
Internet Explorer
PG
SCOUT
engineering
system
IT technology as well as the use of distributed automation
systems is continuously increasing. This entails breaking up
complex control tasks into small, simple control systems close to
the drive. This increases the demand for communication and
consequently a comprehensive and powerful communication
system.
Ethernet enables a very fast data transfer (10/100 Mbit/s,
1/10 Gbit/s) and at the same time has full-duplex capability. It
therefore provides an ideal base for communication tasks in the
industrial sector. With a share of over 90%, Ethernet is the number one network worldwide and offers important features which
have essential advantages:
7 Fast commissioning thanks to the simplest connection method
7 High availability since existing networks can be extended
without any adverse effects
7 Almost unlimited communication performance because scalable performance is available through switching technology
and high data rates when required
7 Networking of different application areas such as office and
production areas
7 Company-wide communication based on WAN (Wide Area
Network) technology or the Internet
7 Investment protection from continuous compatibility with
further developments
In order to make Ethernet suitable for industrial applications,
considerable expansions with respect to functionality and
design are required:
7 Network components for use in harsh industrial environments
7 Fast assembly of the RJ45 connectors
7 Failure protection through redundancy
7 Expanded diagnostics and message concept
7 Use of future-oriented network components (e.g. switches)
SIMATIC NET offers corresponding network components and
products.
■ Design
Industrial Ethernet for SINAMICS and SIMOTION
SINAMICS S offers Control Units and Communication Boards
with PROFINET interface based on 100 Mbit Ethernet. Process
communication in real time as well as engineering and HMI over
standard TCP/IP are therefore possible simultaneously.
The CU320-2 Control Unit has an Ethernet interface at the front
which enables service and engineering tasks to be performed
easily.
SIMOTION can be integrated into any Industrial Ethernet communication architecture because each SIMOTION device offers
at least one Ethernet interface as standard.
Industrial Ethernet is used in SIMOTION for data communication. Cyclic process communication with SINAMICS drives and
distributed I/O is implemented over PROFIBUS DP or
PROFINET IO and PROFIdrive.
PC
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Industrial Ethernet
Industrial Ethernet offers a powerful area and cell network according to IEEE 802.3 (ETHERNET) for industrial applications.
■ Benefits
TP/OP/MP
SIMOTION C
SIMOTION D
PG/OP/PC communication
Standard communication
IT communication
SIMOTION P
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Communication with SIMOTION over Industrial Ethernet
PG/OP/PC communication (1,2,5)
• Engineering and diagnostics with SIMOTION SCOUT (1)
• Connection of SIMATIC HMI Panels with Ethernet interface
using WinCC flexible (2)
• For example, open communication of vendor-specific HMI
tools over OPC server from SIMATIC NET (5)
Standard communication (3)
This uses the basic protocols UDP and TCP/IP, which are also
used for Ethernet. In this way, SIMOTION offers the corresponding system functions for UDP and TCP/IP communication. This
permits data to be exchanged over TCP/IP and UDP communication between:
• Different SIMOTION devices (3)
• SIMOTION and SIMATIC S7 devices (3)
• SIMOTION devices and any other device which uses standard
TCP/IP or UDP communication. Such devices can be any kind
of PC with any kind of operating system or other programmable controllers (3)
IT communication (4)
IT communication is performed using protocols which are based
on the basic TCP/IP protocol. The most important IT protocols
are:
• HTTP: Hypertext Transfer Protocol
• FTP: File Transfer Protocol
• SMTP: Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
• SNMP: Simple Network Management Protocol
SIMOTION supports the HTTP/HTTPS and FTP protocol. In
addition, the following communication options are available for
SIMOTION:
• Web pages in the SIMOTION device (4)
A standard Internet browser can be used to access predefined web pages with diagnostics information on the
SIMOTION device. Furthermore, user-defined web pages can
be stored in the SIMOTION device which contain information
defined by the user.
• OPC XML-DA (4)
SIMOTION offers an OPC XML-DA server integrated into
the device. This server supplies SIMOTION process data.
Communication from any external device is performed with
the SOAP protocol (in accordance with the specification of the
OPC Foundation), which is integrated into the HTTP protocol.
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PROFINET
■ Overview
PROFINET – The Ethernet standard for automation
PROFINET is the leading Industrial Ethernet standard for
automation with more than 3 million nodes worldwide.
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PROFINET increases companies' success by accelerating
processes, boosting productivity, and increasing plant
availability.
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Your advantages at a glance
Tailor-made plant concepts
Efficiency
Optimal use of resources
Increased productivity
Industrial Wireless LAN
One cable for all purposes
Speed
Safety
Device/network diagnostics
High precision
Flexible topologies
Energy efficiency
Large quantity structures
Open standard
Easy cabling
High transmission rate
Web tools
Fast device replacement
Media redundancy
Expandability
Ruggedness/stability
Fast start-up
Flexibility
Short response times and optimized processes are prerequisites
for competitiveness in global markets, because product lifecycles are becoming shorter and shorter.
PROFINET ensures maximum flexibility in plant structures and
production processes, and it enables you to implement innovative machine and plant concepts. Mobile devices, for example,
can be integrated into relatively inaccessible locations.
Flexible topologies
PROFINET also enables the use of star, tree, and ring topologies
in addition to the linear topology characterized by the established fieldbuses. This is made possible by switching technology via active network components, such as Industrial Ethernet
switches and media converters, or by the integration of switch
functionality into the field devices. This results in increased
flexibility in machine and plant planning, as well as savings in
cabling.
The PROFINET network can be installed without any specialist
knowledge and meets all requirements relevant to the industrial
environment. The PROFINET Guideline "Cabling and Interconnection Technology" provides network installation support for
manufacturers and users. Symmetrical copper cables or RFIresistant fiber-optic cables are used depending on the application. Devices from different manufacturers are easily connected
via standardized and rugged plug-in connectors (up to
IP65/IP67 degree of protection).
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Flexibility
Thanks to the integration of switch functionality into the devices,
linear topologies can be formed that are configured based on an
existing machine or plant structure. This results in savings in
cabling overhead and cuts down on components such as
external switches.
IWLAN
PROFINET also supports wireless communication with Industrial
Wireless LAN and thus opens up new application fields. For
example, technologies subject to wear such as contact wires
can be replaced and automated guided vehicle systems and
mobile operator panels can be used.
Safety
The PROFIsafe safety profile, which has been tried and tested
with PROFIBUS and which permits the transmission of standard
and safety-related data on a single bus cable, can also be used
with PROFINET. No special network components are required for
fail-safe communication, standard switches and standard network transitions can be used without restrictions. In addition, failsafe communication is equally possible via Industrial Wireless
LAN (IWLAN).
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PROFINET
■ Overview
Open standard
Device and network diagnostics
PROFINET, the open vendor-independent standard
(IEC 61158/IEC 61784), is supported by PROFIBUS and
PROFINET International (PI). It stands for maximum transparency, open IT communication, network security and simultaneous real-time communication.
By retaining the field-proven PROFIBUS device model, the same
diagnostic information is available with PROFINET. In addition,
device diagnostics also includes read-out of module-specific
and channel-specific data from the devices. This enables simple
and fast location of faults. In addition to the availability of device
information, the top priority in network management is reliability
of network operation.
Due to its openness, PROFINET creates the basis for a uniform
automation network in the plant to which all of the machines and
devices can be connected. The integration of existing parts of
the plant, using PROFIBUS for example, can also be achieved
without any problems through the use of network transitions.
Use of web tools
PROFINET's unrestricted support for TCP/IP permits the use of
standard web services such as web servers in the device. Independently of the tool used, information from the automation level
can be accessed from almost anywhere at any time using a
commercially available Internet browser. This considerably simplifies commissioning and diagnostics. Each user can decide for
himself how much openness to the IT world he will permit for his
machine or plant. Thus, PROFINET can be easily operated as an
isolated plant network or it can be connected to the office network or the Internet via suitable security modules, such as the
SCALANCE S modules. This allows new teleservice concepts or
even the fast exchange of production data.
Expandability
On the one hand, PROFINET permits the easy integration of
existing systems and networks without great effort. Thus,
PROFINET protects the investments in existing plant units which
communicate via PROFIBUS and other fieldbuses such as
AS-Interface, for example. On the other hand, additional
PROFINET stations can be added at any time. Network infrastructures can be expanded using additional network components, both wired and wireless versions – even during operation.
Efficiency
Global competition means that companies must deploy their
resources economically and efficiently. This applies to production especially. PROFINET ensures more efficiency here. Simple
engineering guarantees fast commissioning, and reliable devices enable high plant availability. Comprehensive diagnostics
and maintenance concepts help to reduce plant downtimes and
maintenance costs to a minimum.
One cable for all purposes
PROFINET permits simultaneous fieldbus communication in
isochronous mode and standard IT communication (TCP/IP) via
one cable. This real-time communication for the transmission of
user/process data and diagnostic data is performed on a single
cable. Specific profile communication (PROFIsafe, PROFIdrive
and PROFIenergy) can be integrated without additional cabling
overhead. This solution provides a wide range of functions with
a low degree of complexity.
The Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) has become
established in existing networks as the de-facto standard for the
maintenance and monitoring of network components and their
functions. PROFINET uses this standard and provides users with
the option of servicing networks using familiar tools such as the
SINEMA Server network management software.
In order to facilitate the maintenance of PROFINET devices, both
locally and also remotely via a secure VPN connection, application-specific Web sites in the familiar HTML standard can be
created on the integral Web server of the field devices.
Energy efficiency
Moving toward the green factory: PROFIenergy is a profile that
provides functions and mechanisms for PROFINET field devices
that support energy-efficient production.
The vendor and device-independent profile defined by PNO
allows energy consumption and costs to be significantly
reduced: PROFIenergy enables specific loads that are not
required to be switched off. This noticeably reduces energy
costs during pauses in production. PROFIenergy facilitates
automated activation and deactivation of technologically related
plant sections. The coordination is performed centrally by
means of a higher-level controller, and the networking via
PROFINET. This means that during long pauses, as much
energy as possible is saved. Plant sections that are switched
off for short periods contribute to the even distribution and
most efficient use of energy.
The use of PROFIenergy is made easier for the machine builder
by its integration into well-known series of products. In addition,
PROFIenergy is defined in such a way that the necessary function blocks can be integrated into existing automation systems
at a later date.
Easy cabling
Stringent demands are placed on the installation of cables in the
industrial environment. There is also the requirement to set up
error-free industry-standard networks in the shortest possible
time without specialist knowledge.
Siemens offers FastConnect, a system that meets all these requirements: FastConnect is the standards-compliant, industrystandard cabling system consisting of cables, connectors, and
assembly tools for PROFINET networks. The time spent for connecting the terminal devices is minimized thanks to the easy
installation using only a single tool, and installation errors can
be avoided thanks to the practical color-coding. Both copper
cables and glass fiber-optic cables can be assembled on-site in
this way.
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PROFINET
■ Overview
Media redundancy
PROFINET devices are identified via a name that is assigned in
the configuration. When replacing a defective device, a new
device can be recognized by the IO Controller by means of
topology information and have a name automatically assigned to
it. An engineering tool is therefore not required when replacing
devices.
Higher plant availability can be achieved by means of a redundant installation (ring topology). The media redundancy can be
implemented both with the help of external switches and direct
via integral PROFINET interfaces. Reconfiguration times of
200 ms can be achieved. In the case of an interruption to the
communication in only one part of the ring installation, this
means that a plant standstill is prevented and the necessary
servicing and repair work can be carried out without time
pressure.
This mechanism can also be used during the initial commissioning of a complete plant. Quick commissioning is thus especially
possible for series machines.
Ruggedness
An automation network must be able to withstand most external
sources of interference. The use of Switched Ethernet prevents
faults in one section of the network from influencing the entire
plant network. PROFINET enables the use of fiber-optic cables
especially for areas that are critically sensitive to EMI.
For Motion Control applications, PROFINET offers extended
media redundancy in ring topologies that operates bumplessly
without any reconfiguration delay. In the event of an interruption
in communication (due, for example, to a cable break), the
process can continue to operate without interruption. This
functionality is only currently supported by SIMOTION,
SINAMICS S120 and SCALANCE X200IRT.
Performance
Productivity and product quality determine market success.
Precise motion control, dynamic drives, high-speed controllers,
and the deterministic synchronization of devices are therefore
key factors in achieving superior production. They allow high
production speeds and simultaneously optimized product
quality.
SIMOTION
D4x5-2
SIMOTION
C240 PN
Speed and precision
Fast motion control applications need precise and deterministic
data exchange. This is implemented thanks to isochronous drive
controls using Isochronous Real-Time (IRT).
SINAMICS
S120
SIMOTION
D4x5-2
PROFINET permits high-speed and deterministic communication due to IRT and isochronous mode. The different cycles of a
system (input, network, CPU processing and output) are also
synchronized in the case of parallel TCP/IP traffic. PROFINET's
short cycle times make it possible to increase the productivity of
machines and plants, and to ensure product quality through high
precision.
PROFINET
The standardized PROFIdrive drive profile enables vendor-independent communication between CPUs and drives.
Switch
SCALANCE
X200IRT
Large quantity structures
Previous limitations in the scope of the machines and systems to
be implemented can be easily overcome through the use of
PROFINET. In a network, several controllers can interact with
their assigned field devices. The number of field devices per
PROFINET network is virtually unlimited – the entire band of
IP addresses is available.
High transmission rate
By using 100 Mbit/s in full duplex mode, PROFINET achieves a
significantly higher transmission rate than previous fieldbuses.
Thanks to this, both the process data and other plant data can
be transferred via TCP/IP without any problems. In this way,
PROFINET combines the industrial requirements of simultaneously transferring fast IO data and large data quantities for other
parts of the application. Even the transfer of large quantities of
data such as by cameras does not affect the speed and the
precision of the IO data transfer thanks to PROFINET
mechanisms.
Bumpless media redundancy with SIMOTION, SINAMICS S120 and
SCALANCE X200IRT
■ Benefits
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7
7
7
7
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PROFINET is the open Industrial Ethernet standard for
automation
PROFINET is based on Industrial Ethernet
PROFINET uses TCP/IP and IT standards
PROFINET is Real-Time Ethernet
PROFINET permits seamless integration of fieldbus systems
PROFINET supports fail-safe communication via PROFIsafe
over IWLAN as well
■ More information
Further information can be found at
www.siemens.com/profinet
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PROFINET for SIMOTION and SINAMICS S120
■ Overview
PROFINET – Functions of SIMOTION motion controllers
SIMOTION device
C240 PN
D410-2 DP/PN D425-2 DP/PN D435-2 DP/PN D445-2 DP/PN D455-2 DP/PN P350-3
P320-3
Number of PROFINET
interfaces
1
1
1 ... 2
(second
interface
is an option)
1 ... 2
(second
interface
is an option)
1 ... 2
(second
interface
is an option)
1 ... 2
(second
interface
is an option)
1
1
PROFINET with IRT
(isochronous mode)
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




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Number of ports
3
2
3
3
3
3
4
3
Max. number of devices
64
64
64
64
64
64
64
64
Min. send clock in ms
0.5
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
I-Device








Bumpless media redundancy 
(MRPD) 1)
–
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
–

Step-change media
redundancy (MRP)

–
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–

PROFIsafe routing

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
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
PROFIenergy (as controller)
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


PROFINET with IRT
(isochronous mode)
–
–




–
–
Number of ports
(CBE30-2 option board)
–
–
4
4
4
4
–
–
Max. number of devices
–
–
64
64
64
64
–
–
Min. send clock in ms
–
–
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
–
–
I-Device
–
–




–
–
Bumpless media redundancy –
(MRPD)
–




–
–
Step-change media
redundancy (MRP)
–
–




–
–
PROFIsafe routing
–
–




–
–
PROFIenergy (as controller)
–
–
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


–
–
Interface 1
Interface 2 (option) 2)
1)
2)
To establish bumpless media redundancy (MRPD), a separate switch from the SCALANCE X200IRT series is required.
Optional second PROFINET interface over CBE30-2 (4 ports).
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■ Overview
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PROFINET – Functions of the SINAMICS S120 Control Units
PROFINET for SIMOTION and SINAMICS S120
SINAMICS S120
CU320-2 PN
CU320-2 DP
(CBE20)
CU310-2 PN
PROFINET with IRT
(isochronous mode)



Number of ports
2
4
2
Min. send clock in ms
0.25
0.5
0.25
Shared device



Bumpless media
redundancy (MRPD)



Step-change media
redundancy (MRP)



SIMOTION and SINAMICS S120 are fully integrated in the
PROFINET communication. Interaction with the following
PROFINET components is possible:
• Distributed I/O on SIMOTION
• SIMOTION TMC as distributed compact I/O on a
SIMOTION controller
• SINAMICS S120 on SIMATIC S7-CPU or SIMOTION
• SIMOTION as IO-Device on SIMATIC S7-CPU
• Active network components (e.g. SCALANCE) with
SIMOTION and SINAMICS 120
• Wireless with SIMOTION and SINAMICS S120
PROFIsafe
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

PROFIenergy



PROFIdrive



PROFINET – Functions of SIMOTION TMC compact I/O
SIMOTION TMC
compact I/O
TMC1x80 PN
TMC2x40 PN
PROFINET with IRT
(isochronous mode)


Number of ports
2
2
Min. send clock in ms
0.25
0.25
Shared device
–
–
Bumpless media
redundancy (MRPD)
–
–
Step-change media
redundancy (MRP)
–
–
PROFIenergy
–
–
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When an automation topology is configured, the real-time
classes RT and IRT can be used alongside each other on the
same network or cable. It must, however, be noted that not all
devices support both real-time classes RT and IRT. For devices
that should be synchronized with IRT, it is important that all the
PROFINET components that lie in between support the IRT
real-time class.
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PROFIdrive
■ Overview
PROFIdrive – The standardized drive interface for
PROFIBUS and PROFINET
PROFIdrive defines the device behavior and the access procedure to internal drive data for electrical drives on PROFIBUS and
PROFINET, from simple frequency converters up to highperformance servo controllers.
It contains a detailed description of how the communication
functions "slave-to-slave communication", "constant bus cycle
time" and "isochronous operation" are used for drive applications. In addition, it clearly specifies all device characteristics
which influence interfaces connected to a controller over
PROFIBUS or PROFINET. This includes the sequence control,
encoder interface, standardization of values, definition of
standard messages, and access to drive parameters, etc.
The PROFIdrive profile supports both central as well as
distributed motion control concepts.
What are profiles?
Profiles specify specific properties and responses for devices
and systems in automation. In this manner, manufacturers and
users pursue the goal of defining common standards. Devices
and systems that comply with a multi-vendor profile can interoperate on a fieldbus and can be operated interchangeably to a
certain extent.
Do different profile types exist?
A distinction is made between application profiles (general or
specific) and system profiles:
• Application profiles (also known as device profiles) mainly
refer to devices (e.g. drives) and contain an agreed selection
of bus communication modes, as well as specific device
applications.
• System profiles describe system classes and include the
master functionality, program interfaces and integration
methods.
Is PROFIdrive future-proof?
PROFIdrive has been specified by PROFIBUS and PROFINET
International (PI) and has been laid down in IEC 61800-7 as a
future-proof standard.
The basic philosophy: Keep it simple
The PROFIdrive profile tries to keep the drive interface as simple
as possible and free from technology functions. This philosophy
ensures that reference models as well as the functionality and
performance of the PROFIBUS/PROFINET master have no or
very little influence on the drive interface.
One drive profile – Different application categories
The integration of drives into automation solutions depends
strongly upon the drive task. To cover the extensive range of
drive applications from the simple frequency converter up to
highly dynamic, synchronized multi-axis systems with a single
profile, PROFIdrive defines six application categories which
define most drive applications:
• Category 1 – Standard drives (such as pumps, fans, stirring
units, etc.)
• Category 2 – Standard drives with technology functions
• Category 3 – Positioning drives
• Category 4 – Motion control drives with central, higher-level
motion control intelligence and the patented "Dynamic Servo
Control" position control concept
• Category 5 – Motion control drives with central, higher-level
motion control intelligence and position setpoint interface
• Category 6 – Motion control drives with distributed motion
control intelligence integrated in the drives
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■ Design
■ More information
The PROFIdrive device model
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PROFIdrive defines a device model based on function modules
which cooperate in the device and generate the intelligence of
the drive system. These modules have objects assigned to them
which are described in the profile and are defined with respect
to their functions. The overall functionality of a drive is therefore
described through the sum of its parameters.
In contrast to other drive profiles, PROFIdrive defines only the
access mechanisms to the parameters as well as a few profile
parameters (about 30) such as the fault buffer, drive control and
device identification.
All other parameters are vendor-specific which gives drive
manufacturers great flexibility with respect to implementing
control functions. The elements of a parameter are accessed
acyclically over data records.
As a communication protocol, PROFIdrive uses DP-V0, DP-V1,
and the DP-V2 expansions for PROFIBUS including the functions
"Slave-to-Slave Communication" and "Isochronous Mode", or
PROFINET IO with real-time classes RT and IRT.
Application Class 4
Automation
Technology
Interpolation
Pos. Control
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Control Word + Speed Setpoint + ...
Clock synchronism
Drive
Drive
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Closed Loop Speed Ctrl.
Closed Loop Speed Ctrl.
Closed Loop Speed Ctrl.
M
M
M
Encoder
Encoder
Encoder
PROFIdrive for motion control
Category 4 is the most important category for highly dynamic
and highly complex motion control tasks. This application category describes in detail the master/slave relationship between
the controller and the drives which are connected to each other
over PROFIBUS and PROFINET.
The DSC (Dynamic Servo Control) function significantly improves the dynamic response and stiffness of the position control circuit by minimizing the dead times which usually occur for
speed setpoint interfaces with an additional, relatively simple
feedback network in the drive. The position control loop is
closed in the drive which permits very fast position control
cycles (e.g. 125 μs for SINAMICS S120) and thus limits dead
times exclusively to the control behavior.
PROFIdrive for SIMOTION and SINAMICS
In SIMOTION and SINAMICS S120, the drive interface has been
implemented according to the PROFIdrive profile V4 and application categories 1 to 4 (category 4 with and without DSC) and
is referred to below as the PROFIdrive interface.
When SINAMICS S120 is used on SIMOTION, application
category 4 with DSC is used by default.
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Drive-integrated safety functions with
SINAMICS S120
Safe Torque Off (STO)
Safe Brake Control (SBC)
Safe Stop 1 (SS1)
Safe Stop 2 (SS2)
Safe Operating Stop (SOS)
Safely Limited Speed (SLS)
Safe Speed Monitor (SSM)
Safe Direction (SDI)
Safely Limited Position (SLP)
Safe Position (SP)
Basic Functions and Extended Functions
Activation of the integrated safety
functions
PROFIsafe
PROFIsafe communication with
SIMOTION D
Safe speed/position sensing
Single-encoder system
Dual-encoder system
Safe acquisition of actual values without
encoders
Licensing
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Safety-related standards
Functional safety is specified in various standards.
EN ISO 12100, for example, is concerned with the risk assessment and risk reduction of machines. IEC 61508 specifies the
basic requirements for electronic and programmable safetyrelated systems. EN 62061 (only applicable for electrical and
electronic control systems) and EN ISO 13849-1, which replaces
the now withdrawn EN 954-1, define the functional and safetyrelated requirements of control systems with relevance to safety.
The above-mentioned standards define different safety requirements that the machine has to satisfy in accordance with the risk,
frequency of a dangerous situation, probability of occurrence
and the opportunities for recognizing impending danger.
• EN ISO 13849-1: Performance Level PL a … e
• EN 62061: Safety Integrity Level SIL 1 … 3
Trend toward integrated safety systems
Legal framework
Machine manufacturers and plant constructors must ensure that
their machines or plants cannot cause danger due to malfunctions apart from the general risks of electric shock, heat or
radiation.
In Europe, for example, compliance with the machinery directive
is required by law by the EC occupational health and safety
directive. In order to ensure the conformity with this directive, it
is recommended that the corresponding harmonized European
standards are applied. This initiates the assumption of conformity and gives manufacturers and operators the legal security in
terms of compliance with both national regulations and the EU
directive. With the CE marking, the manufacturer of a machine
documents the compliance with all applicable directives and
regulations in the free movement of goods.
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The trend toward greater complexity and increasing modularity
of machines have caused the safety functions to move away
from the classical central safety functions (for example, deactivation of the complete machine using a main switch) and into the
machine control system and the drives. This is often accompanied by a significant increase in productivity because the
changeover times are shortened and during this changeover,
depending on the type of machine, some subcomponents can
even continue to manufacture.
Integrated safety functions act much faster than those of a conventional design. The safety of a machine is increased further
with Safety Integrated. Furthermore, safety measures controlled
by integrated safety systems are perceived as less interfering by
the operator of the machine due to the custom actions, so the
motivation to consciously bypass safety functions is significantly
reduced.
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Drive-integrated safety functions with SINAMICS S120
SINAMICS S120 is characterized by a number of integrated
safety functions. In combination with the sensor technology and
safety control required for the safety function, they ensure that
highly-effective protection for persons and machines is implemented in a practice-oriented manner.
They comply with the following requirements:
• Performance Level (PL) d and Category 3 according to
EN ISO 13849-1
• Safety Integrity Level (SIL) 2 according to IEC 61508
In addition, the Safety Integrated functions of the
SINAMICS S120 are generally certified by independent
institutes. A list of certified components is available on request
from your local Siemens sales office.
The Safety Integrated functions are completely integrated into
the drive system. They are implemented electronically and therefore offer short response times in comparison to solutions with
externally implemented monitoring functions.
The safety functions integrated into the SINAMICS S120 drive
system can be grouped into three classes:
• Functions for stopping a drive safely:
- Safe Torque Off (STO)
- Safe Brake Control (SBC)
- Safe Stop 1 (SS1)
- Safe Stop 2 (SS2)
- Safe Operating Stop (SOS)
• Functions for safely monitoring the motion of a drive:
- Safely Limited Speed (SLS)
- Safe Speed Monitor (SSM)
- Safe Direction (SDI)
• Functions for safely monitoring the position of a drive:
- Safely Limited Position (SLP)
- Safe Position (SP) – this function is not defined in
IEC 61800-5-2
The motion control system SIMOTION provides support for
SINAMICS drives that can execute safety-related monitoring
functions (SOS, SLS, SDI) or stop reactions (STO, SS1, SS2).
This support ensures that limit violations are prevented at the
drive end in that SIMOTION controls (with SLS) the drive through
the application, for example, within the permissible velocity
range (with SLS) or brings it to a standstill (with SOS).
The functions SS1, SS2, SOS, SLS and SDI are activated and
deactivated and their status is displayed with specific technological alarms and system variables on the axis.
The drive software from SINAMICS S120 is integrated into the
SIMOTION D motion control system. The safety functions integrated into the drive can therefore also be used in combination
with SIMOTION D.
The integrated safety functions that are currently available for
the SINAMICS S120 drive system are described in the following.
Their functional safety satisfies the requirements defined in the
international standard IEC 61800-5-2 for variable-speed drive
systems.
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Safe Torque Off (STO)
The STO function is the most common and basic drive-integrated safety function. It ensures that no torque-generating
energy can continue to affect a motor and prevents unintentional
start-ups.
Effect
This function is a mechanism that prevents the drive from restarting unexpectedly, in accordance with EN 60204-1, Section 5.4.
The STO function disables the drive pulses (corresponds to Stop
Category 0 according to EN 60204-1). The drive is reliably
torque-free. This state is monitored internally in the drive.
Application
Customer benefits
The advantage of the integrated STO safety function compared
to standard safety technology using electromechanical switchgear is the elimination of separate components and the effort
that would be required to wire and service them. Because of the
rapid electronic switching times, the function offers a shorter
reaction time than a conventional solution comprising electromechanical components.
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STO has the immediate effect that the drive cannot supply any
more torque-generating energy. STO can be used wherever the
drive will reach a standstill in a sufficiently short time based on
the load or when coasting down of the drive will not have any
relevance for safety.
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Safe Brake Control (SBC)
The SBC function permits the safe control of a holding brake.
SBC is always activated in parallel with STO.
Effect
A holding brake which is active in a de-energized state is controlled and monitored using safe two-channel technology. Due to
the two-channel control, the brake may still be operated in the
event of an insulation fault in the control cable. Errors of this kind
are detected early by means of test pulses.
Customer benefits
Again, the function saves the use of external hardware and the
associated wiring.
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STO
Safe Brake Control does not detect mechanical faults in the
brake itself, such as worn brake linings.
For Motor Modules in booksize format, the terminals for the
motor brake are integrated. In the case of blocksize format an
additional Safe Brake Relay is required, and in the case of
chassis format an additional Safe Brake Adapter is necessary.
Application
The SBC function is used in conjunction with the functions STO
or SS1 to prevent the movement of an axis in the torque-free
state, e.g. because of gravity.
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Safe Stop 1 (SS1)
The SS1 function causes a motor to stop rapidly and safely and
switches the motor to torque-free mode after the standstill by
activating STO.
Effect
The SS1 function can safely stop the drive in accordance with
EN 60204-1, Stop Category 1. When the SS1 function is selected, the drive brakes autonomously along a quick-stop ramp
and automatically activates the Safe Torque Off and Safe Brake
Control functions (if configured) when the parameterized safety
delay time expires.
Customer benefits
The targeted stopping of a drive by means of SS1 reduces the
risk of danger, increases the productivity of a machine, and
allows safety clearances in a machine to be reduced. This
results from active stopping of the drive as opposed to sole
use of the STO function.
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In firmware version V4.5 and higher, an additional variant of SS1
is available (SS1E). In this case, when SS1 is selected, automatic braking of the drive does not start, but the safe delay time
starts to elapse instead. The higher-level controller remains in
control of the setpoint which must bring the drive to a standstill
within this time.
Application
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The SS1 function is used when in the event of a safety-relevant
incident the drive must stop as quickly as possible with a subsequent transition into the STO state. It is thus used to bring
large centrifugal masses to a stop as quickly as possible for the
safety of the operating personnel, or to brake motors at high
speeds as quickly as possible. Typical application examples are
saws, grinding machine spindles, centrifuges and stacker
cranes.
Safe Stop 2 (SS2)
The SS2 function shuts down a motor quickly and safely and
then monitors the standstill position.
Effect
The SS2 function can safely stop the drive in accordance with
EN 60204-1, Stop Category 2. When the SS2 function is selected, the drive brakes autonomously along a quick-stop ramp.
In contrast to SS1, the automatic speed control remains operational afterwards, i.e. the motor can supply the full torque required to maintain zero speed. Standstill is safely monitored
(SOS – Safe Operating Stop function).
Customer benefits
The SS2 function ensures a rapid axis stop. Because the control
remains active, after the safety function is deselected, productive operation can continue without referencing. This ensures
short setup and standstill times and high productivity.
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As with SS1, the SS2 function ensures the quickest possible
deceleration of the motor. However, the motor power is not
switched off, but prevented by a control system from leaving the
standstill position even if affected by external forces.
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Safe Operating Stop (SOS)
With the SOS function, the stopped drive is kept in position and
monitored by drive control.
Effect
The SOS function represents safe standstill monitoring. The
drive control remains in operation. The motor can therefore
deliver the full torque to hold the current position. The actual
position is reliably monitored. In contrast to safety functions SS1
and SS2, the speed setpoint is not influenced automatically by
the drive.
Customer benefits
No mechanical components are necessary to keep the axis in
position despite any counterforce that might appear. Due to the
short switching times and the fact that the drive control always
remains active, setup and downtimes are reduced. Recalibration of the axis after exiting the SOS function is not necessary.
The axis can immediately be moved again after deactivation of
the SOS function.
Application
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SOS is an ideal solution for applications for which the machine
or parts of the machine must be at a safe standstill in certain
steps, but the drive must also supply a holding torque. The
speed control continues to operate and ensures that the drive
remains in its current position despite opposing torques. SOS
monitors the current standstill position. When SOS is selected, in
contrast to SS1 and SS2, the drive does not influence the speed
setpoint autonomously. Conversely, before SOS is activated the
higher-level control has the option of ramping down the affected
axes in a coordinated manner in the network within a delay time
that can be set. This can be used to prevent any damage to the
machine or product.
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The SLS function ensures that the drive does not exceed a
preset speed limit.
Effect
The SLS function monitors the drive against a parameterized
speed limit. Four different limit values can be selected. As in the
case of SOS, the speed setpoint is not automatically influenced.
After SLS has been selected, the higher-level control must bring
the drive down below the selected speed limit within a parameterizable time. If the speed limit is exceeded, a configurable
drive-integrated fault reaction is instigated.
Customer benefits
The SLS function can contribute to a significant reduction in
downtime, or greatly simplify or even accelerate setup. The
overall effect achieved is a higher availability of the machine.
Moreover, external components such as speed monitors can
be omitted.
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In firmware version V4.5 and higher, a factor can be applied to
SLS limit 1 that is transferred over PROFIsafe in 16-bit resolution.
This allows an almost unlimited number of limits to be specified.
Application
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The SLS function is used if people are in the danger zone of a
machine and their safety can only be guaranteed by reduced
speed. Typical application cases include those in which an
operator must enter the danger zone of the machine for the purposes of maintenance or setting up, such as a winder for which
the material has to be fed in manually by the operator. To prevent
injury to the operator, the roller may only spin at a safe reduced
speed. SLS is often also used as part of a two-stage safety concept. While a person is in a less critical zone, the SLS function is
activated, and the drives are only stopped in a smaller area with
higher potential risk. SLS can be used not only for operator protection, but also for machinery protection, e.g. if a maximum
speed must not be exceeded.
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Safe Speed Monitor (SSM)
The SSM function warns when a drive is working below an
adjustable speed limit. As long as it remains below the threshold,
the function outputs a safety-related signal.
Effect
If a speed value drops below a parameterized limit, a safetyrelated signal is generated. This can be processed, for example,
in a safety controller to respond to the event by programming,
depending on the situation.
Customer benefits
Unlike SLS, there is no drive-independent fault reaction when the
speed limit is exceeded. The safe feedback can be evaluated in
a safety control unit, allowing the user to respond appropriately
to the situation.
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With the SSM function, in the simplest case, a safety door can be
released if the speed drops below a non-critical level.
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Safe Direction (SDI)
The SDI function ensures that the drive can only move in the
selected direction.
Effect
A deviation from the currently monitored direction of motion is
reliably detected and the configured autonomous fault response
of the drive is initiated. It is possible to monitor one or two
directions of motion optionally.
Customer benefits
The function does away with the use of external components
such as speed monitors and the associated wiring expense. The
release of a danger zone while the machine is moving away from
the operator also raises productivity. Without the SDI function,
the machine would have to be stopped safely while material was
fed in or removed.
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The SDI function is used if the drive is allowed to move in only
one direction. A typical application is to make a danger area accessible to the operator, provided the machine is moving in the
safe direction, i.e. away from the operator. In this status, the operator can safely feed material into or remove it from the working
area.
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Safely Limited Position (SLP)
Effect
When SLP is activated, the traversing range limited by the configured software limit switch is safely monitored. It is possible to
switch between two limit switch pairs. If the permitted traversing
range is exited, a configurable fault reaction is instigated. SLP
can only be used when the axis has been safely referenced.
Customer benefits
SLP can be used for highly-effective protection area monitoring.
The function does away with the use of external components
such as hardware limit switches and the associated wiring expense. Due to the short reaction time following a limit overshoot,
safety clearances can be reduced.
Application
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SLP is used for applications in which machine operators have
to enter a protection area, e.g. for feeding in and removing
material. Safe monitoring of the axis position ensures that the
axis cannot move into the protection area released for operators,
placing them in danger.
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The SLP function monitors the axis to ensure that it remains
within the permissible traversing range.
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Safe Position (SP)
The SP function transfers the actual position values determined
safely in the drive over safe PROFIsafe communication to a
safety control.
Effect
In contrast to the SLP function that monitors the current actual
position value against a limit and, in the case of an overshoot,
activates a drive-integrated fault reaction, SP transfers the
current actual position values to the safety control. Position
monitoring is implemented in the safety program of the control.
Extended PROFIsafe telegrams are available for transferring the
position values. The position values can be transferred in 16-bit
or 32-bit resolution, as required. A time stamp is also transferred
with the position values.
Application
The monitoring function has to be implemented in the safety
control, so this offers extensive possibilities. For example, a safe
cam controller can be implemented in this manner. Depending
on the performance capability of the control, multi-dimensional
position or speed monitoring functions can be implemented.
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SP will only output valid, absolute actual position values if the
axis has been safely referenced. A time stamp is transferred with
the actual position values to enable safe speed values to be calculated in the safety control. The axis does not have to be safely
referenced for safe speed values to be calculated.
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Customer benefits
Position monitoring or speed monitoring is implemented in the
safety program of the control, so the user has the flexibility for
implementing tailor-made safety functions. The reaction to a limit
overshoot must also be specified in the safety program. This
means a higher initial programming outlay, but it does offer the
opportunity for initiating different fault reactions.
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Basic Functions and Extended Functions
Activation of the integrated safety functions
The Safety Integrated functions of the SINAMICS S120 drive
system are grouped into Basic Functions and Extended Functions.
The safety functions integrated into SINAMICS S120
can be activated as follows:
• Basic Functions:
- Over terminals on the CU320-2 or SIMOTION D4x5-2 Control
Unit and on the power unit (STO, SBC, SS1 only)
- Over the safety-related digital inputs of CU310-2 or
SIMOTION D410-2
- Over PROFIBUS or PROFINET with PROFIsafe profile
• Extended Functions:
- Over the safety-related digital inputs of the
TM54F Terminal Module
- Over the safety-related digital inputs of CU310-2 or
SIMOTION D410-2
- Over PROFIBUS or PROFINET with PROFIsafe profile
- The SLS and SDI functions can also be parameterized to be
permanently activated
The Basic Functions are included in the standard scope of
supply.
The Extended Functions can only be enabled via a license.
• Basic Functions
- Safe Torque Off (STO)
- Safe Brake Control (SBC)
- Safe Stop 1 (SS1)
• Extended Functions
- Safe Stop 1 (SS1) with SBR or SAM
- Safe Stop 2 (SS2) with SAM
- Safe Operating Stop (SOS)
- Safely Limited Speed (SLS)
- Safe Speed Monitor (SSM)
- Safe Direction (SDI)
- Safely Limited Position (SLP)
- Safe Position (SP)
With Extended Functions Safe Stop 1 (SS1) and Safe Stop 2
(SS2) with SAM, safe acceleration monitoring (SAM) is performed during braking to ensure that any faults during braking
will be detected. If Safe Stop 1 is used as an encoderless
function, safe brake ramp (SBR) can be configured as an alternative.
The Basic Functions – activated via on-board terminals on the
device or via PROFIsafe – do not require an encoder.
PROFIsafe
PROFIsafe is an open communications standard that supports
standard and safety-related communication over the same
communications cable (wired or wireless). A second, separate
bus system is therefore not necessary. To ensure safe communication, the transmitted message frames are continuously monitored. Possible errors, such as lost or repeated messages or
those received in the wrong order are avoided in that safetyrelated messages are numbered consecutively, their arrival is
monitored within a defined period, and an identifier for the
sender and receiver of a message is transferred. A CRC (cyclic
redundancy check) data security mechanism is also used.
SINAMICS S120 supports the PROFIsafe profile based on
PROFIBUS as well as on PROFINET.
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PROFIsafe communication with SIMOTION D
A typical communication topology between a safety control and
the drives integrated in SIMOTION D is shown in the diagram
below based on the example of PROFINET. This topology is also
possible with PROFIBUS as the basis.
In this case, the safety control must be configured as a
PROFINET controller or PROFIBUS master respectively.
SIMOTION D is an I-Device or I-Slave here. SIMOTION D
transfers the PROFIsafe telegrams to the drives using the
F-Proxy mechanism.
Safety
program
SIMATIC S7-300 F-CPU
(Controller)
PROFINET / PROFIsafe
DRIVE-CLiQ
Emergency stop
SIMOTION D4x5-2
(I-Device)
PROFINET
I-Devices
Light curtain
Laser scanner
SIMOTION
CX32-2
Position switch
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Safe speed/position sensing
Dual-encoder system
Incremental encoders or absolute encoders can be used for
safe sensing of the position values on a drive. Safe actual value
sensing relies on redundant evaluation of the incremental
channels A/B that supply sin/cos signals of 1 Vpp. Only encoders
of the type whose A/B track signals are created and processed
using purely analog techniques can be used.
DRIVE-CLiQ
The encoder signals can be read via SMC20, SME20/25 or
SME120/125 Sensor Modules (for further information, see the
chapter SINAMICS S120 drive system).
E = encoder
M = motor
The encoder must be mechanically attached in such a manner
that the encoder shaft is unable to unplug or slide off. For notes
on this, see IEC 61800-5-2: 2007, Table D.16.
A list of Siemens motors that fulfill the electrical and mechanical
requirements is available at:
http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/33512621
The following can be used for safe speed/position sensing:
• Single-encoder systems or
• Dual-encoder systems
E = encoder
M = motor
Backlash
Example: Single-encoder system
In a single-encoder system, the motor encoder is used
exclusively for safe actual value sensing.
E
Example: Dual-encoder system on a spindle
The safe actual values for a drive are provided by two separate
encoders. The actual values are transferred to the Control Unit
over DRIVE-CLiQ. When motors without a DRIVE-CLiQ connection are used, a Sensor Module (SMC20/SME20/25/120/125)
must be implemented. Each measuring system requires a
separate DRIVE-CLiQ connection.
The Safety Integrated Function Manual contains additional
information about the encoderless safety functions.
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M
M
The Extended Functions Safe Stop 1 (SS1) with SAM/SBR, Safely
Limited Speed (SLS), Safe Speed Monitor (SSM) and Safe Direction (SDI) are also available for use without encoders (initially
only in the Booksize or Blocksize performance range and in
combination with induction motors and SIEMOSYN motors).
An encoder that is used for the purposes of motor control has
no significance for the safety function here.
DRIVE-CLiQ
Sensor Module
E
(not applicable for motor
with DRIVE-CLiQ interface)
E
Safe acquisition of actual values without encoders
Single-encoder system
Machine table
Sensor Module
(not applicable for motor
with DRIVE-CLiQ interface)
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As an alternative, motors with an integrated DRIVE-CLiQ interface can be used. The speed or position actual values are
generated directly in the motor as safe values and are transferred to the Control Unit over safe communication via
DRIVE-CLiQ.
The Extended Functions Safe Stop 2 (SS2), Safe Operating Stop
(SOS), Safely Limited Position (SLP) and Safe Position (SP)
always require a safe encoder system.
Licensing
The Safety Integrated Basic Functions do not require a license.
In the case of Safety Integrated Extended Functions, however, a
license is required for every axis using these functions. It is of no
consequence here which safety functions are used and how
many.
The required licenses can be optionally ordered with the
CompactFlash card:
For the order numbers of the CompactFlash cards, see chapter
SINAMICS S120 drive system and SIMOTION D.
Notes:
Up to 6 safety axes with Extended Functions are possible in vector or servo control on one CU320-2, D4x5-2 or CX32-2. Up to 11
axes with Safety Integrated Extended Functions are possible in
V/f control mode.
The CU310-2 and CU410-2 Control Units have been designed to
control only single axes. Only one license is therefore required
for the Safety Integrated Extended Functions (short code F01).
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An overview of the Safety Integrated functions of SINAMICS S120 and their boundary conditions is given in the following table:
Function
Activation
Underlying function
Reaction to limit
overshoot
External
Encoder
setpoint input required
effective
STO
• EP terminals on the
power unit or
CUA31/CUA32 and
on the Control Unit
• F-DI on TM54F
• F-DI on CU310-2 or
D410-2
• PROFIsafe
SBC (if activated)
–
No
No 1)
No 2)
SBC
• With STO (directly or
following expiry of the
delay with SS1)
–
–
–
No
No
SS1
• EP terminals on the
power unit or
CUA31/CUA32 and
on the Control Unit
• PROFIsafe
STO following expiry of the
parameterized delay,
SBC (if activated)
–
Parameterizable
No
No
SS1 with
SAM/SBR
• F-DI on TM54F
• F-DI on CU310-2 or
D410-2
• PROFIsafe
Safe acceleration monitoring
STO
(SAM) or safe brake ramp (SBR)
during braking. STO and SBC
(if activated) following expiry of
the parameterized delay or
undershooting of the minimum
speed limit
Parameterizable
No
Yes
(per safety
axis)
SS2
• F-DI on TM54F
• F-DI on CU310-2 or
D410-2
• PROFIsafe
Safe acceleration monitoring
(SAM) during braking.
Following expiry of the
parameterized delay SOS
SS1 → STO
No
Yes
Yes
(per safety
axis)
–
SS1, STO
(parameterizable)
Yes
No
Yes
(per safety
axis)
SLS
• F-DI on TM54F
sensorless • F-DI on CU310-2 or
D410-2
• PROFIsafe
• Continuously activated
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required
SLS
• F-DI on TM54F
• F-DI on CU310-2 or
D410-2
• PROFIsafe
–
STO, SS1, SS2
or SOS
(parameterizable)
Yes
Yes
Yes
(per safety
axis)
SOS
• F-DI on TM54F
• F-DI on CU310-2 or
D410-2
• PROFIsafe
–
SS1 → STO
Yes
Yes
Yes
(per safety
axis)
SSM
• Always active,
if configured
–
Message only
Yes
No
Yes
(per safety
axis)
SDI
• F-DI on TM54F
• F-DI on CU310-2 or
D410-2
• PROFIsafe
• Continuously activated
–
STO, SS1, SS2,
SOS
(parameterizable)
Yes
No
Yes
(per safety
axis)
SLP
• F-DI on TM54F
• F-DI on CU310-2
• PROFIsafe
–
STO, SS1, SS2,
SOS
(parameterizable)
Yes
Yes
Yes
(per safety
axis)
SP
Always active,
if configured
–
–
Yes
Yes
Yes
(per safety
axis)
1)
The activation option using terminals on TM54F currently requires
an encoder.
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Dimensioning
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engineering tool
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Planning
EMC notes
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SINAMICS S120 Control Units
Overview
Guide to selecting a closed-loop
control variant
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Motors
Motor selection
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Power units
Overload capability
Derating characteristics
Selection of the Power Module or
Motor Module
Long motor cables
Line Modules
Parallel connection of power units
Line harmonic distortion
Line-side power options
SCCR (Short Circuit Current Rating)
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See
Part 3
System components
Motor reactors, sine-wave filters,
Sensor Modules, expansion modules,
Braking Modules and braking resistors
External 24 V DC supply
Mechanical configuration
of the drive system
Specification of components for
connection system
Configuration of a drive line-up
in booksize format
Configuration of a drive line-up
in chassis format
Configuration of a mixed drive line-up
Heat dissipation
Mandatory minimum installation
clearances
Calculation of internal control
cabinet temperature
Engineering software
STARTER commissioning tool
Drive Control Chart (DCC)
Drive ES engineering software
See
CAD CREATOR
Part 14 Dimension drawing and
2D/3D CAD generator
www.siemens.com/cadcreator
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SIZER for Siemens Drives engineering tool
The drive configuration is saved in a project. In the project, the
components and functions used are displayed in a hierarchical
tree structure.
■ Overview
The project view permits the configuration of drive systems and
the copying/inserting/modifying of drives already configured.
The configuration process produces the following results:
• A parts list of the required components (export to Excel,
use of the Excel data sheet for import to SAP)
• Technical specifications of the system
• Characteristic curves
• Statements on line harmonic distortion
• Mounting arrangement of drive and control components and
dimension drawings of motors
• Energy requirements of the configured application
These results are displayed in a results tree and can be reused
for documentation purposes.
The following drives and controls can be engineered in a userfriendly way using the SIZER for Siemens Drives engineering
tool:
• SINAMICS Low Voltage and MICROMASTER 4 drive systems
• SINUMERIK CNC system
• SIMOTION Motion Control system
• SIMATIC Technology
It provides support when setting up the technologies involved in
the hardware and firmware components required for a drive
task. SIZER for Siemens Drives covers the full range of operations required to configure a complete drive system, from basic
single drives to demanding multi-axis applications.
SIZER for Siemens Drives supports all of the configuring steps in
a workflow:
• Configuring the power supply
• Designing the motor and gearbox, including calculation of
mechanical transmission elements
• Configuring the drive components
• Compiling the required accessories
• Selecting the line-side and motor-side power options,
e.g. cables, filters, and reactors
When SIZER for Siemens Drives was being designed, particular
importance was placed on a high degree of usability and a universal, function-based approach to the drive application. The
extensive user guidance makes using the tool easy. Status information keeps you continually informed about the progress of the
configuration process.
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The SIZER for Siemens Drives user interface is available in
English, French, German and Italian.
Technological online help is available:
• Detailed technical specifications
• Information about the drive systems and their components
• Decision-making criteria for the selection of components
• Online help in German, English, French, Italian, Chinese and
Japanese
Minimum system requirements
• PG or PC with Pentium III min. 800 MHz
(>1 GHz recommended)
• 512 MB RAM (1 GB RAM recommended)
• At least 4.1 GB of free hard disk space
• An additional 100 MB of free hard disk space on the
Windows system drive
• Screen resolution 1024 × 768 pixels
(1280 × 1024 pixels recommended)
• Operating system:
- Windows XP Home Edition SP2
- Windows XP Professional 32 bit SP2
- Windows XP Professional 64 bit SP2
- Windows Vista Business
- Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit
- Windows 7 Professional 32 bit
• Microsoft Internet Explorer V5.5 SP2
■ Selection and ordering data
Description
Order No.
SIZER for Siemens Drives
engineering tool
DVD-ROM
English, French, German, Italian
6SL3070-0AA00-0AG0
■ More information
The SIZER for Siemens Drives engineering tool is available free
on the Internet at:
www.siemens.com/sizer
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Planning
■ Overview
General configuration sequence
The function description of the machine provides the basis for
the configuration. The definition of the components is based on
physical dependencies and is usually carried out as follows:
The EMC requirements for variable-speed drive systems are
described in the product standard EN 61800-3. A variablespeed drive system (or Power Drive System PDS) consists of the
Control Unit and Power Module or Control Unit, Line Module and
Motor Module plus the relevant electric motors and encoders including connecting cables. The driven machine is not part of the
drive system. EN 61800-3 defines different limit values depending on the location of the drive system, referred to as the first and
second environments.
Step
Description of configuration activity
1
Clarification of type of drive
2
Specify the supplementary conditions and integration in the
automation system
3
Definition of loading case, calculation of max. load torque,
definition of motor
4
Definition of the Motor Module
5
Repetition of steps 3 and 4 for additional axes
6
Calculation of the required DC link power and definition of the
Line Module
The term second environment refers to all locations outside
residential areas. These are basically industrial areas which are
supplied from the medium-voltage network via their own transformers.
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Specification of the required control performance and
selection of the Control Unit, definition of component cabling
8
Specification of the line-side power options
(main switch, fuses, line filters, etc.) and cable cross-sections
for system connection and motor connection
Four different categories are defined in EN 61800-3 depending
on the location and the power of the drive:
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Definition of additional system components
10
Calculation of the current requirement for the 24 V DC supply
for the components and specification of power supplies
(SITOP devices, Control Supply Modules)
11
Specification of components for connection system
12
Configuration of drive line-up components
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Thermal design of the control cabinet
Configuration begins with the mechanical interface to the machine. A suitable motor is selected according to the specified
torques and speeds. A matching power unit is then also chosen.
Depending on the requirements of the machine, the motor is
supplied as a single drive via a Power Module or within a multimotor drive group via a Motor Module. Once the basic components have been defined, the system components for matching
to the electrical and mechanical interfaces are selected.
The SIZER for Siemens Drives engineering tool allows the correct components to be selected quickly and easily. Based on the
torque and speed characteristics entered, SIZER for Siemens
Drives guides the user through the configuring process, identifying suitable motors and matching SINAMICS power units and
other system components.
The following sections describe those SINAMICS S120 components which are needed to create a drive system subject to certain supplementary conditions. For information about individual
components, please also refer to the online help of the SIZER for
Siemens Drives engineering tool.
EMC notes
The electromagnetic compatibility describes – according to the
definition of the EMC directive – the "capability of a device to
work satisfactorily in the electromagnetic environment without
itself causing electromagnetic interference which is unacceptable for other devices present in this environment". To guarantee
that the appropriate EMC Directives are observed, the devices
must demonstrate a sufficiently high noise immunity, and also
the emitted interference must be limited to acceptable values.
Residential buildings or locations at which the drive system is
directly connected to a public low-voltage supply without intermediate transformer are defined as the first environment.
Category C1: Drive systems for rated voltages < 1000 V for
unrestricted use in the first environment.
Category C2: Stationary drive systems for rated voltages
< 1000 V for use in the second environment. Use in the first
environment is possible if the drive system is marketed and
installed by qualified personnel. The warning information and
installation instructions supplied by the manufacturer must be
observed.
Category C3: Drive systems for rated voltages < 1000 V for
exclusive use in the second environment.
Category C4: Drive systems for rated voltages ≥ 1000 V or for
rated currents ≥ 400 A for use in complex systems in the second
environment.
The following diagram shows how the four categories are
assigned to the first and second environments:
C1
First
environment
C2
Second
environment
C3
C4
G_D213_EN_00009a
SINAMICS S120 built-in units are designed for use in the second
environment.
In order to limit emitted interference, RFI filters (some of which
are integrated in the unit) are provided which are capable of
meeting the requirements of Category C3 or C2 (see chapter
"SINAMICS S120 drive system").
SINAMICS S120 built-in units fulfill the requirements for noise
immunity defined in EN 61800-3 for the second environment
and consequently also the lower noise immunity values in the
first environment.
It is essential to follow the installation instructions in order to
ensure compliance with interference emission and immunity
values.
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System description — Dimensioning
SINAMICS S120 Control Units
■ Overview
Simple technological tasks can be carried out by the
SINAMICS S120 Control Unit itself. The CU320-2 Control Unit is
available for multi-axis applications and the CU310-2 Control
Unit for single drives.
Sophisticated Motion Control tasks are best supported by the
powerful SIMOTION D Control Units (D410-2, D425-2, D435-2,
D445-2, D455-2) with graded performance.
Each of these Control Units is based on an object-oriented
SINAMICS S120 standard firmware which contains all the most
popular V/f control modes and closed-loop control variants, that
can be scaled to meet even the most advanced performance
requirements.
The following are ready-to-configure drive objects
(drive controls):
• The control for a line infeed:
Infeed Control
• The control for the broad scope of rugged asynchronous
(induction) motors and torque motors, including sensorless:
Vector Control
• The control for permanent magnet synchronous and servo
asynchronous motors with demanding dynamic requirements:
Servo Control
All these control variants are based on the principle of fieldoriented, closed-loop vector control.
Guide to selecting a closed-loop control variant
The two tables below titled "Closed-loop control characteristics"
and "Performance characteristics" are provided to help users
select the "right" type of closed-loop control.
The drive control functions integrated in the SIMOTION D410-2,
D4x5-2 and CX32-2 Control Units are based on the drive control
of the SINAMICS S120 Control Units (firmware version V4.x),
although there is a slight difference in functionality. For example,
the basic positioner (EPos) and the Basic Operator Panel BOP20
are not supported.
• SIMOTION D410-2 is based on the output control of a
SINAMICS S120 Control Unit CU310-2 (62.5 µs current
controller clock cycle is not supported by SIMOTION D410-2)
• SIMOTION D4x5-2/CX32-2 is based on the output control of a
SINAMICS S120 Control Unit CU320-2
For further information, see the SIMOTION and SINAMICS
documentation.
Closed-loop control characteristics SINAMICS S
Criteria for
assessing
control
quality
Explanations, definitions
Rise time
The rise time is the period which elapses between an
abrupt change in a setpoint and the moment the actual
value first reaches the tolerance band (2 %) around the
setpoint.
The dead time is the period which elapses between the
abrupt change in the setpoint and the moment the actual
value begins to increase. The dead time is partially
determined by the read-in, processing and output
cycles of the digital closed-loop control. Where the dead
time constitutes a significant proportion of the rise time,
it must be separately identified.
Characteristic angular
frequency
-3 dB
The limit frequency is a measure of the dynamic
response of a closed-loop control. A pure sinusoidal setpoint is input to calculate the limit frequency; no part of
the control loop must reach the limit. The actual value is
measured under steady-state conditions and the ratio
between the amplitudes of actual value and setpoint is
recorded.
-3 dB limit frequency: Frequency at which the absolute
value of the actual value drops by 3 dB (to 71 %) for the
first time. The closed-loop control can manage frequencies up to this value and remain stable.
Ripple
The ripple is the undesirable characteristic of the actual
value which is superimposed on the mean value (useful
signal). Oscillating torque is another term used in relation to torque. Typical oscillating torques are caused by
motor slot grids, by limited encoder resolution or by the
limited resolution of the voltage control of the IGBT
power unit. The torque ripple is also reflected in the
speed ripple as being indirectly proportional to the mass
inertia of the drive.
Accuracy
Accuracy is a measure of the magnitude of the average,
repeatable deviation between the actual value and setpoint under nominal conditions. Deviations between the
actual value and setpoint are caused by internal inaccuracies in the measuring and control systems. External
disturbances, such as temperature or speed, are not
included in the accuracy assessment. The closed-loop
and open-loop controls should be optimized with
respect to the relevant variable.
The most commonly used V/f control modes are stored in the
Vector Control drive object and are ideal for implementing even
simple applications such as, for example, group drives with
SIEMOSYN motors.
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SINAMICS S120 Control Units
■ Configuration
Performance characteristics SINAMICS S
V/f Control
Features
Servo Control
Vector Control
Typical application
• Drives with highly
dynamic motion
control
• Angular-locked
synchronism with
isochronous
PROFIBUS/
PROFINET in
conjunction with
SIMOTION
• For use in machine
tools and clocked
production machines
• Speed-controlled
• Drives with low
drives with high speed requirements on
and torque stability in
dynamic response
general mechanical
and accuracy
engineering systems • Highly synchronized
• Particularly suitable for group drives, e.g. on
asynchronous motors
textile machines with
SIEMOSYN motors
Notes
Mixed operation of Servo Control
and Vector Control is not possible
on CU320-2. Mixed operation for the
V/f Control modes is possible.
Dynamic response
Very high
High
Low
Highest dynamic response with
1FK7 High Dynamic synchronous
motors and Servo Control.
Control modes with encoder
Position control/
Speed control/
Torque control
Position control/
Speed control/
Torque control
None
SIMOTION D with Servo Control is
standard for motion control.
Control modes without encoder
Speed control
Speed control/
Torque control
All V/f control modes
With Servo for asynchronous motors
only. With V/f Control the speed can
be kept constant by means of
selectable slip compensation.
Asynchronous motor
Synchronous motor
Torque motor
Linear motor
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
No
No
V/f Control (textiles) is recommended for SIEMOSYN motors.
Permissible ratio of motor rated
current to rated current of
Motor Module
1:1 to 1:4
1.3:1 to 1:4
1:1 to 1:12
Maximum control quality in the case
of Servo Control and Vector Control
up to 1:4. Between 1:4 and 1:8
increasing restrictions as regards
torque and rotational accuracy.
V/f Control is recommended for <1:8.
Maximum number of parallelconnected motors per Motor
Module
4
8
Unlimited in theory
Motors connected in parallel must be
asynchronous (induction) motors
with identical power ratings.
With V/f Control, the motors can have
different power ratings.
Setpoint resolution position
controller
31 bit + sign
31 bit + sign
–
Setpoint resolution
Speed/frequency
31 bit + sign
31 bit + sign
0.001 Hz
Setpoint resolution Torque
31 bit + sign
31 bit + sign
–
660 Hz
at 125 µs/4 kHz
330 Hz
at 250 µs/4 kHz
400 Hz
at 250 µs/4 kHz
• With current controller clock
330 Hz
cycle/pulse frequency (chassis at 250 µs/2 kHz
frame sizes FX and GX)
160 Hz
at 250 µs/2 kHz
200 Hz
at 250 µs/2 kHz
• With current controller clock
Not permitted
cycle/pulse frequency (chassis
frame sizes HX and JX)
100 Hz
at 400 µs/1.25 kHz
100 Hz
at 400 µs/1.25 kHz
Maximum output frequency
• For current controller clock
cycle/pulse frequency
Note limit voltage (2 kV) and use of
VPM Module with synchronous
motors.
For asynchronous motors only:
When using edge modulation,
600 Hz are possible at 4 kHz, or
300 Hz at 2 kHz and
200 Hz at 1.25 kHz.
Maximum field weakening
• For asynchronous motors
5×
5×
4×
With Servo Control combined with
encoder and appropriate special
motors, field weakening up to 16
times the field-weakening threshold
speed is possible.
• For synchronous motors
2×
2×
–
These values refer to 1FT7/1FK7
synchronous motors.
Note limit voltage (kE factor) with
non-Siemens motors.
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SINAMICS S120 Control Units
■ Configuration
Fundamental closed-loop control characteristics of SINAMICS S
• Booksize format, pulse frequency 4 kHz, closed-loop torque control
Servo Control
Vector Control
Notes
Vector Control is not designed as an
operating mode for 1FK7/1FT7
synchronous motors.
Synchronous
motor
1FK7
with R14DQ 1)
1FT7
Controller cycle
125 µs
125 µs
Rise time
(without delay)
0.7 ms
0.5 ms
At a speed operating range from 50 rpm
for resolver.
Characteristic
angular frequency
-3 dB
650 Hz
900 Hz
In this case, the dynamic response is
determined primarily by the encoder
system.
Torque ripple
3 % of M0
0.6 % of M0
With speed operating range of 20 rpm
up to rated speed.
A ripple of < 1 % is possible with an
absolute encoder ≤ 1 rpm.
Not possible with resolver.
Torque accuracy
±1.5 % of M0
±1.5 % of M0
Measured value averaged over 3 s.
With motor identification and friction
compensation.
In torque operating range up to ± M0.
Speed operating range 1:10 up to rated
speed.
Caution: External influences such as
motor temperature can cause an
additional long-time inaccuracy
(constancy) of about ± 2.5 %.
Approx. ±1 % less accuracy in fieldweakening range.
Asynchronous
motor
1PH8
without encoder
1PH8
with incremental
encoder 1024 S/R
1PH8
without encoder
1PH8
with incremental
encoder 1024 S/R
Controller cycle
125 µs
125 µs
250 µs
250 µs
Total rise time
(without delay)
–
0.8 ms
2 ms
1.2 ms
With encoderless operation in speed
operating range 1:10, with encoder
50 rpm and above up to rated speed.
Characteristic
angular frequency
-3 dB
–
600 Hz
250 Hz
400 Hz
With encoderless operation in speed
operating range 1:10.
The dynamic response is enhanced by
an encoder feedback.
Torque ripple
–
1.5 % of Mrated
2 % of Mrated
2 % of Mrated
With encoderless operation in speed
operating range 1:20, with encoder
20 rpm and above up to rated speed.
Torque accuracy
–
±3.5 % of Mrated
±2 % of Mrated
±1.5 % of Mrated
Measured value averaged over 3 s.
With motor identification and friction
compensation, temperature effects
compensated by KTY84 and mass
model.
In torque operating range up to ±Mrated.
Approx. additional inaccuracy of ±2.5 %
in field-weakening range.
Servo: Speed operating range 1:10
referred to rated speed.
Vector: Speed operating range 1:50
referred to rated speed.
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R14DQ: Resolver 14 bit (resolution 16384, internal 2-pole).
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SINAMICS S120 Control Units
■ Configuration
• Booksize format, pulse frequency 4 kHz, closed-loop speed control
Servo Control
Vector Control
Notes
Vector Control is not designed as an
operating mode for 1FK7/1FT7
synchronous motors.
Synchronous
motor
1FK7
with R14DQ 1)
1FT7
Controller cycle
125 µs
125 µs
Total rise time
(without delay)
3.5 ms
2.3 ms
With encoderless operation in speed
operating range 1:10, with encoder
50 rpm and above up to rated speed.
Characteristic
angular frequency
-3 dB
140 Hz
250 Hz
In this case, the dynamic response is
determined primarily by the encoder
system.
Speed ripple
See note
See note
Determined primarily by the total mass
moment of inertia, the torque ripple and
especially the mechanical configuration.
It is therefore not possible to specify a
generally applicable value.
Speed accuracy
≤ 0.001 % of nrated
≤ 0.001 % of nrated
Determined primarily by the resolution
of the control deviation and encoder
evaluation in the converter. This is implemented on a 32 bit basis for SINAMICS.
Asynchronous
motor
1PH8
without encoder
1PH8
with incremental
encoder 1024 S/R
1PH8
without encoder
1PH8
with incremental
encoder 1024 S/R
Controller cycle
125 µs
125 µs
250 µs
250 µs
Total rise time
(without delay)
12 ms
5 ms
20 ms
10 ms
With encoderless operation in speed
operating range 1:10, with encoder
50 rpm and above up to rated speed.
Characteristic
angular frequency
-3 dB
40 Hz
120 Hz
50 Hz
80 Hz
With encoderless operation in speed
operating range 1:10.
The dynamic response is enhanced by
an encoder feedback.
Servo with encoder is slightly more
favorable than Vector with encoder, as
the speed controller cycle with Servo is
quicker.
Speed ripple
See note
See note
See note
See note
Determined primarily by the total mass
moment of inertia, the torque ripple and
especially the mechanical configuration.
It is therefore not possible to specify a
generally applicable value.
Speed accuracy
0.1 × fslip
≤ 0.001 % of nrated
0.05 × fslip
≤ 0.001 % of nrated
Without encoder: Determined primarily
by the accuracy of the calculation model
for the torque-producing current and
rated slip of the asynchronous motor
(see table "Typical slip values").
With speed operating range
1:50 (Vector) or
1:10 (Servo)
and with activated temperature
evaluation.
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R14DQ: Resolver 14 bit (resolution 16384, internal 2-pole).
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SINAMICS S120 Control Units
■ Configuration
• Blocksize, booksize compact, booksize and chassis, pulse frequency 4 kHz, position control
Servo Control
Vector Control
Notes
Vector Control is not designed as an
operating mode for 1FT7/1FK7
synchronous motors.
Synchronous
motor
1FT7
1FK7
Position controller
cycle
1 ms
1 ms
Resolution
4.19 × 106
incr./rev.
16384
incr./rev.
Correspondingly better with multi-pole
resolver.
Attainable
positioning
accuracy
105 ... 106
incr./rev.
4096
incr./rev.
In practice, the resolution must be higher
than the required positioning accuracy
by a factor of 4 to 10. These values are
approximate nominal values only.
• In relation to the
motor shaft,
approx.
0.00072 °
0.1 °
Asynchronous
motor
1PH8
with AM22DQ 1)
1PH8
with incremental
encoder 1024 S/R
1PH8
with AM22DQ 1)
1PH8
with incremental
encoder 1024 S/R
Position controller
cycle
1 ms
1 ms
2 ms
2 ms
Resolution
4.19 × 106
incr./rev.
4096
incr./rev.
4.19 × 106
incr./rev.
4096
incr./rev.
Attainable
positioning
accuracy
105 ... 106
incr./rev.
1024
incr./rev.
105 ... 106
incr./rev.
512
incr./rev.
• In relation to the
motor shaft,
approx.
0.00072 °
0.35 °
0.00072 °
0.7 °
In practice, the resolution must be higher
than the required positioning accuracy
by a factor of 4 to 10. These values are
approximate nominal values only.
Vector is less accurate than Servo by a
factor of approximately 2.
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AM22DQ: Absolute encoder 22 bit single-turn (resolution 4194304, encoder-internal 2048 S/R) + 12 bit multi-turn (traversing range
4096 revolutions).
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SINAMICS S120 Control Units
■ Configuration
• Chassis format, pulse frequency 2 kHz, closed-loop torque control
Servo Control
Vector Control
Notes
Vector Control is not designed as an
operating mode for 1FT7 synchronous
motors.
Synchronous
motor
1FT7
without encoder
1FT7
with AM22DQ 1)
Controller cycle
250 µs
250 µs
Total rise time
(without delay)
–
1.2 ms
Characteristic
angular frequency
-3 dB
–
400 Hz
In this case, the dynamic response is
determined primarily by the encoder
system.
Torque ripple
–
1.3 % of M0
A ripple of < 1 % is possible with an
absolute encoder ≤ 1 rpm.
Not possible with resolver.
Torque accuracy
–
±1.5 % of M0
Measured value averaged over 3 s.
With motor identification and friction
compensation. In torque operating range
up to ±M0.
Speed operating range 1:10 up to rated
speed.
Caution: External influences such as
motor temperature can cause an
additional long-time inaccuracy
(constancy) of about ±2.5 %.
Approx. ±1 % less accuracy in
field-weakening range.
Asynchronous
motor
1PH8
without encoder
1PH8
with incremental
encoder 1024 S/R
1PH8
without encoder
1PH8
with incremental
encoder 1024 S/R
Controller cycle
250 µs
250 µs
250 µs
250 µs
Total rise time
(without delay)
–
1.6 ms
2.5 ms
1.6 ms
With encoderless operation in speed
operating range 1:10, with encoder
50 rpm and above up to rated speed.
Characteristic
angular frequency
-3 dB
–
350 Hz
200 Hz
300 Hz
With encoderless operation in speed
operating range 1:10.
The dynamic response is enhanced by
an encoder feedback.
Torque ripple
–
2 % of Mrated
2.5 % of Mrated
2 % of Mrated
With encoderless operation in speed
operating range 1:20, with encoder
20 rpm and above up to rated speed.
Torque accuracy
–
±3.5 % of Mrated
±2 % of Mrated
±1.5 % of Mrated
Measured value averaged over 3 s.
With motor identification and friction
compensation, temperature effects
compensated by KTY84 and mass
model.
In torque operating range up to ±Mrated.
Approx. additional inaccuracy of ±2.5 %
in field-weakening range.
Servo: Speed operating range 1:10
referred to rated speed.
Vector: Speed operating range 1:50
referred to rated speed.
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AM22DQ: Absolute encoder 22 bit single-turn (resolution 4194304, encoder-internal 2048 S/R) + 12 bit multi-turn (traversing range
4096 revolutions).
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SINAMICS S120 Control Units
■ Configuration
• Chassis format, pulse frequency 2 kHz, closed-loop speed control
Servo Control
Vector Control
Notes
Vector Control is not designed as an
operating mode for 1FT7 synchronous
motors.
Synchronous
motor
1FT7
without encoder
1FT7
with AM22DQ 1)
Controller cycle
250 µs
250 µs
Total rise time
(without delay)
–
5 ms
With encoderless operation in speed
operating range 1:10, with encoder
50 rpm and above up to rated speed.
Characteristic
angular frequency
-3 dB
–
100 Hz
In this case, the dynamic response is
determined primarily by the encoder
system.
Speed ripple
–
See note
Determined primarily by the total mass
moment of inertia, the torque ripple and
especially the mechanical configuration.
It is therefore not possible to specify a
generally applicable value.
Speed accuracy
–
≤ 0.001 % of nrated
Determined primarily by the resolution of
the control deviation and encoder
evaluation in the converter.
This is implemented on a 32 bit basis for
SINAMICS.
Asynchronous
motor
1PH8
without encoder
1PH8
with incremental
encoder 1024 S/R
1PH8
without encoder
1PH8
with incremental
encoder 1024 S/R
Controller cycle
250 µs
250 µs
250 µs
250 µs
Total rise time
(without delay)
21 ms
8 ms
20 ms
12 ms
With encoderless operation in speed
operating range 1:10, with encoder
50 rpm and above up to rated speed.
Characteristic
angular frequency
-3 dB
25 Hz
80 Hz
35 Hz
60 Hz
With encoderless operation in speed
operating range 1:10. The dynamic
response is enhanced by an encoder
feedback. Servo with encoder is slightly
more favorable than Vector with encoder,
as the speed controller cycle with Servo
is quicker.
Speed ripple
See note
See note
See note
See note
Determined primarily by the total mass
moment of inertia, the torque ripple and
especially the mechanical configuration.
It is therefore not possible to specify a
generally applicable value.
Speed accuracy
0.1 × fslip
≤ 0.001 % of nrated
0.05 × fslip
≤ 0.001 % of nrated
Without encoder: Determined primarily
by the accuracy of the calculation model
for the torque-producing current and
rated slip of the asynchronous motor
(see table "Typical slip values").
With speed operating range
1: 50 (Vector) or
1:10 (Servo)
and with active temperature evaluation.
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SINAMICS S120 Control Units
■ Configuration
Typical slip values for standard asynchronous motors (induction
motors)
Motor power
Slip values
Notes
< 1 kW
6 % of nrated
e.g. motor with 1500 rpm:
90 rpm
< 10 kW
3 % of nrated
e.g. motor with 1500 rpm:
45 rpm
The slip values of 1PH
asynchronous motors
are very similar to those
of standard motors
< 30 kW
2 % of nrated
e.g. motor with 1500 rpm:
30 rpm
< 100 kW
1 % of nrated
e.g. motor with 1500 rpm:
15 rpm
> 500 kW
0.5 % of nrated
e.g. motor with 1500 rpm:
7.5 rpm
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System description — Dimensioning
SINAMICS S120 Control Units
■ Configuration
CU320-2: Axis licensing according to performance expansion
(firmware version 4.3 and higher)
The CU320-2 is licensed purely according to axis number. The
performance expansion is essentially required with four or more
servo axes, four or more vector axes and seven or more V/f axes,
irrespective of computing capacity.
Servo Control
Vector Control
V/f Control
Dynamic response
(current controller
clock cycle)
Number of axes
without performance
expansion
Number of axes
with performance
expansion
Note
62.5 µs
3
3
125 µs
3
6
250 µs
3
6
3 servo axes are possible with a cycle time
of 62.5 µs.
The performance expansion is therefore
ineffective.
The performance expansion is required with
4 or more servo axes irrespective of computing
capacity.
250 µs
3
3
500 µs
3
6
250 µs
6
6
500 µs
6
12
3 servo axes are possible with a cycle time
of 250 µs.
The performance expansion is therefore
ineffective.
The performance expansion is required with
4 or more vector axes irrespective of computing
capacity.
6 V/f axes are possible with a cycle time
of 250 µs.
The performance expansion is therefore
ineffective.
The performance expansion is required with
7 or more V/f axes irrespective of computing
capacity.
Mixed operation
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Servo Control
plus
V/f Control
125 µs/500 µs
3+0; 2+2; 1+4; 0+6
6+0; 5+2; 4+4; 3+6
2+8; 1+10; 0+12
Vector Control
plus
V/f Control
500 µs/500 µs
3+0, 2+2; 1+4; 0+6
6+0; 5+2; 4+4; 3+6
2+8; 1+10; 0+12
Two V/f axes can be computed instead of a
servo or vector axis.
CU320-2: Possible quantity structures, maximum configurations
Some examples of possible quantity structures
In addition to the number of axes, the following functions and
hardware components also have an influence on the possible
quantity structure (maximum configuration) of the CU320-2:
• Extended Safety (SS2, SOS, SSM, SLS)
• EPos
• DCC
• CAN bus
• High-speed Terminal Modules (task = 250 µs)
Examples with servo
• 6 servo axes (125 µs) + 2 EPos + 2 extended safety
• 5 servo axes (125 µs) + 5 EPos + 5 extended safety
• 6 servo axes (250 µs) + 6 EPos + 6 extended safety +
100 DCC blocks (task: 2 ms)
SIMOTION D4x5-2/CX32-2: Possible quantity structures,
maximum configurations
When CX32-2 Controller Extensions are connected to
SIMOTION D4x5-2, the possible quantity structure
(maximum configuration) of the integrated drive control of the
SIMOTION D4x5-2 is affected.
A performance extension is not necessary for the integrated
drive control of the SIMOTION D4x5-2 Control Units and
CX32-2 Controller Extension.
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Examples with vector
• 6 vector axes (500 µs) + 50 DCC blocks (task: 2 ms)
• 4 vector axes (500 µs) + 50 DCC blocks (task: 2 ms) +
2 winders (task: 4 ms, DCC-based)
Examples with V/f
• 12 V/f axes (500 µs) + 50 DCC blocks (task: 2 ms)
• 10 V/f axes (500 µs) + 100 DCC blocks (task: 2 ms) +
2 extended safety
The SIZER for Siemens Drives engineering tool can be used to
perform very quick reliability checks on more complex quantity
structures.
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System description — Dimensioning
SINAMICS S120 Control Units
■ Configuration
Influencing variables on minimum required pulse frequency
of power unit
Basic requirements such as maximum speed or necessary
dynamic response of the control have a direct effect in
determining the minimum pulse frequency of the power unit.
If the minimum pulse frequency exceeds the rated pulse
frequency, derating must be implemented accordingly
(see chapter SINAMICS S120 drive system).
The following table provides a general overview.
Influencing variables
Servo Control, Vector Control
(required max. output
frequency/speed)
Minimum
pulse frequency
Notes
100 Hz correspond to:
3000 rpm for Zp = 2
1500 rpm for Zp = 4
428 rpm for Zp = 14
352 rpm for Zp = 17
1.25 kHz
Zp is the number of pole pairs of the motor.
This equals 2 on 1PH asynchronous motors.
1FT7/1FK7 synchronous motors have between 3 and 5 pairs
of poles.
For torque motors, the numbers of pole pairs are typically
14 and 17.
When edge modulation is used (only possible for asynchronous motors), the output frequency is increased by
a factor of 2.
200 Hz correspond to:
6000 rpm for Zp = 2
3000 rpm for Zp = 4
856 rpm for Zp = 14
704 rpm for Zp = 17
2.5 kHz
400 Hz correspond to:
12000 rpm for Zp = 2
6000 rpm for Zp = 4
160 Hz correspond to:
9600 rpm for Zp = 1
4800 rpm for Zp = 2
2 kHz
300 Hz correspond to:
18000 rpm for Zp = 1
9000 rpm for Zp = 2
4 kHz
160 Hz correspond to:
4800 rpm for Zp = 2
2400 rpm for Zp = 4
685 rpm for Zp = 14
565 rpm for Zp = 17
2 kHz
300 Hz correspond to:
9000 rpm for Zp = 2
4500 rpm for Zp = 4
1284 rpm for Zp = 14
1056 rpm for Zp = 17
4 kHz
4 kHz
Caution: For Servo Control with 1FT7/1FK7 motors only.
Note field weakening requirements and suitable encoder
system for higher speeds.
100 Hz correspond to:
6000 rpm for Zp = 1
3000 rpm for Zp = 2
1.25 kHz
200 Hz correspond to:
12000 rpm for Zp = 1
6000 rpm for Zp = 2
2.5 kHz
V/f Control is designed only for asynchronous motors and
SIEMOSYN motors.
Zp is the number of pole pairs of the motor.
This is mainly between 1 and 4 on 1LA/1LG standard
asynchronous motors.
SIEMOSYN motors have 1 or 2 pole pairs or, with larger
shaft heights, 3 pairs.
400 Hz correspond to:
24000 rpm for Zp = 1
12000 rpm for Zp = 2
4 kHz
125 µs
250 µs
400 µs
500 µs
4 kHz
2 kHz
2.5 kHz
1 kHz
Servo Control requires a minimum pulse frequency of 2 kHz.
Sine-wave filter
–
4 kHz
Caution: If sine-wave filters are operated at low pulse
frequencies, resonance problems can occur and cause
the filters to severely overheat.
Output reactor to motor
Max. frequency: 150 Hz
correspond to 4500 rpm
for Zp = 2
V/f Control
(required max. output frequency/speed)
Dynamic response requirement
(current controller clock cycle)
The output reactor can be operated at minimum 2 kHz only.
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System description — Dimensioning
SINAMICS S120 Control Units
■ Configuration
Core topologies: Component cabling with DRIVE-CLiQ
DRIVE-CLiQ configuration examples
The components communicate with one another via the
standard DRIVE-CLiQ interface.
There is a basic clock cycle within a DRIVE-CLiQ connection.
For this reason, only combinations of modules with the same
sampling cycle or integer-divisible sampling times can be
operated on a DRIVE-CLiQ connection. To simplify the configuring process, it is advisable to supply the Line Module and
Motor Modules via separate DRIVE-CLiQ connections.
This interface connects a Control Unit with the power components, encoders and other system components, e.g. Terminal
Modules. Setpoints and actual values, control commands, status
messages and rating plate data of the components is transferred via DRIVE CLiQ.
Note: The following basic rules governing the wiring of
components with DRIVE-CLiQ are also applicable to
SIMOTION D4x5-2 and CX32-2.
Basic rules for wiring with DRIVE-CLiQ
The following rules apply to the wiring of components with
DRIVE-CLiQ:
• A maximum of 14 nodes can be connected to a DRIVE-CLiQ
socket on the CU320-2 Control Unit.
• Up to 8 nodes can be connected in a row. A row is always
seen from the perspective of the Control Unit.
• A maximum of 6 Motor Modules can be operated in a line
• Ring wiring is not permitted
• Components must not be double-wired
• The motor encoder should be connected to the associated
Motor Module
• Up to 9 encoders can be operated on one Control Unit
• A maximum of 8 Terminal Modules can be connected
• The Terminal Module TM54F must not be operated on the
same DRIVE-CLiQ line as Motor Modules
• The Terminal Modules TM15, TM17 High Feature and TM41
have faster sampling cycles than the TM31 and TM54F.
For this reason, the two groups of Terminal Modules must
be connected in separate DRIVE-CLiQ lines.
• A DRIVE-CLiQ Hub DMC20/DME20 counts as two nodes
The power components are supplied with the required
DRIVE-CLiQ connecting cable for connection to the adjacent
DRIVE-CLiQ node in the axis grouping (line topology).
Pre-assembled DRIVE-CLiQ cables in various lengths up to
100 m (328 ft) are available for connecting motor encoders,
direct measuring encoders, Terminal Modules, etc.
The DRIVE-CLiQ cable connections inside the control cabinet
must not exceed 70 m (230 ft) in length, e.g. connection
between the CU320-2 Control Unit and the first Motor Module
or between Motor Modules. The maximum permissible length
of DRIVE-CLiQ MOTION-CONNECT cables to external components is 100 m (328 ft).
Motor with
DRIVE-CLiQ
interface
CU
320-2
TM31
TM31
SMC
Line
Motor Motor
Module Module Module
G_D212_EN_00014b
External
measuring
system
Example of a line topology for standard solutions
TM31
G_D212_EN_00013b
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
CU
320-2
SMC
SMC
Line
Motor Motor
Module Module Module
G_D212_EN_00015b
9
10
11
12
13
14
No ring wiring
No double wiring
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TM31
Motor with
DRIVE-CLiQ
interface
CU320-2
X 103
X 102
X 101
X 100
SMC
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measuring system
Example of a tree topology for high-performance solutions, e.g.
high-dynamic axes in direct motion control group, selective access
to individual axes/axis groupings for maintenance operation, etc.
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System description — Dimensioning
SINAMICS S120 Control Units
■ Configuration
Drive 1
Drive 2
Drive 3
Drive 4
X200
X100
X200
X200
X200
X201
X101
X201
X201
X201
Single
Motor
Module
Single
Motor
Module
X202
X202
X102
X103
Active
Line
Module
CU320-2
X202
Sensor
Module
X500
Sensor
Module
X500
M
3~
M
3~
Double
Motor
Module
X203
X202
Sensor
Module
X500
Sensor
Module
M
3~
Infeed
Control
Unit
M
3~
Drive 1
Drive 2
X400
X100
X400
X400
X401
X101
X401
X401
Single
Motor
Module
Single
Motor
Module
X402
X402
Drive 2
Drive 3
CUA31
Active
Line
Module
CU
320-2
CUA31
Power
Module
Double
Motor
Module
Drive 4
Power
Module
TM31
X500
M
3~
Preferred wiring of DRIVE-CLiQ connections illustrated by example of
booksize format
Active Line Module: Current controller clock cycle 250 µs.
Motor Modules: 4 × Vector Control = 500 µs current controller clock cycle
Infeed
Control Drive 1
Unit
M
3~
M
3~
M
3~
SMC30
G_D211_EN_00099a
Control
Unit
G_D211_EN_00019a
Infeed
Example of wiring: Power Modules can also be operated on a CU320-2
when connected via a CUA31
X102
Active
Line
Module
CU320-2
X402
Voltage
Sensing
Module
Sensor
Module
Type Chassis F, G
Current controller
clock cycle = 250 µs
X500
M
3~
Sensor
Module
Type Chassis H, J
Current controller
clock cycle = 400 µs
G_D21 1_EN_00020a
X103
X500
M
3~
Wiring illustrated by example of chassis format with different current
controller clock cycles
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System description — Dimensioning
Motors
■ Configuration
As well as the load torque, which is determined by the application, the following mechanical data are among those required to
calculate the torque to be provided by the motor:
• Masses to be moved
• Diameter of the drive wheel/diameter
• Leadscrew pitch, gear ratios
• Frictional resistance data
• Mechanical efficiency
• Traversing paths
• Maximum velocity
• Maximum acceleration and maximum deceleration
• Cycle time
The motor-specific limiting characteristics provide the basis for
defining the motors.
These define the torque or power characteristic over speed and
take into account the motor limits based on the DC-link voltage
of the Power Module or Motor Module. The DC-link voltage in
turn is dependent on the line voltage and, with multi-motor
drives, on the type of Line Module.
P
Pmax
Asynchronous motors can be used to increase maximum
speeds in the field-weakening range. Asynchronous motors
(induction motors) for higher power ratings are also available.
The following factors are of prime importance during configuration:
• The line supply configuration, when using specific types
of motor and/or line filters on IT systems (non-grounded
systems)
• The ambient temperatures and the installation altitude of the
motors and drive components
Voltage limiting characteristic
S1
Prated
Constant
power
range
(field weakening range)
You must decide whether synchronous or asynchronous motors
(induction motors) are to be used.
Synchronous motors should be selected for compact construction volume, low rotor moment of inertia and therefore maximum
dynamic response.
Constant
torque
range
G_PM21_EN_00074a
The motor is selected on the basis of the required torque, which
is defined by the application, e.g. traveling drives, hoisting
drives, test stands, centrifuges, paper and rolling mill drives,
feed drives or main spindle drives. Gear units for movement
conversion or for adapting the motor speed and motor torque to
the load conditions must also be considered.
nrated
nmax
n
n2
Typical speed/power graph for asynchronous motors
M
Voltage limiting characteristic
without field weakening
Voltage limiting characteristic
with field weakening
Mmax
Mmax Inv
without field
S3-25 % weakening
S3-40 %
S3-100 %
S1 (100 K)
Field
weakening
operation
S1 (60 K)
G_D211_EN_00271
Motor selection
nmax Inv
nmax mech
n
Torque characteristics of synchronous motors
For detail engineering information, please refer to the motor
configuration manuals.
An updated overview of configuration manuals is available in a
number of languages on the Internet at:
www.siemens.com/motioncontrol
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System description — Dimensioning
Power units
■ Configuration
Overload capability
Derating characteristics
The power units of the Line Modules, Motor Modules and Power
Modules are designed for brief overloads, i.e. the Modules are
capable of supplying more than the rated current Irated for short
periods. In this instance, the thermal capacity of the heat sink is
utilized, allowing for the relevant thermal time constants. The
power semiconductors and actual current sensing circuit are
rated for a maximum current Imax, which must not be exceeded.
The overload capability is determined by Imax, Irated and the thermal time constants. A number of characteristic duty cycles are
defined in the technical specifications for the power units. The
SIZER for Siemens Drives engineering tool calculates the load
on the basis of a specified duty cycle with optional time characteristic and then identifies the power unit which is required.
The power units can be loaded with rated current or power and
the specified pulse frequency up to an ambient temperature of
40 °C (104 °F). The heat sink reaches the maximum permissible
temperature at this operating point. If the ambient temperature
increases above 40 °C (104 °F), the resulting heat loss must be
reduced to prevent the heat sink from overheating.
At a given current, the heat loss increases in proportion to the
pulse frequency. The rated output current Irated must be reduced
to ensure that the maximum heat loss or heat sink temperature
for higher pulses frequencies is not exceeded. When the correction factor kf for the pulse frequency is applied, the rated output
current Iratedf which is valid for the selected pulse frequency is
adjusted.
When configuring a drive, please note that power units may not
be capable of supplying the full current or power in the temperature range between 40 °C (104 °F) and 55 °C (131 °F). The
power units measure the heat sink temperature and protect
themselves against thermal overloading at temperatures of
> 40 °C (104 °F).
I
I rated
The air pressure, and therefore air density, drops at altitudes
above sea level. At these altitudes, the same quantity of air does
not have the same cooling effect and the air gap between two
electrical conductors can only insulate a lower voltage. Typical
air pressure values are:
t
TJ av
0 m (0 ft) above sea level: 100 kPa
2000 m (6562 ft) above sea level: 80 kPa
t
G_D211_EN_00120
3000 m (9843 ft) above sea level: 70 kPa
TJ
TJ av average junction temperature of the power semiconductor
TJ
junction temperature of the power semiconductor
The thermal time constant of a power semiconductor chip is typically within the range of 100 ms. With frequencies below 10 Hz,
the overload capability is therefore limited. The software takes
account of these limitations by means of a thermal model and
protects the devices against overload in all operating states. It
must be noted, especially at frequencies around 0 Hz, that the
specified rated current Irated is the root-mean-square value of a
sinusoidal current. If the frequency of the three-phase system is
reduced to 0 Hz, a pure direct current flows in all phases at
standstill. The root-mean-square value of this direct current can
reach the peak value of the sinusoidal current depending on the
phase relation.
The output current in this state is greater than the rated current
Irated by a factor of √2. The individual motor terminals and cables
are designed thermally for the rated current in normal operation,
so the devices are protected against this overload while taking
account of the thermal time constant.
4000 m (13123 ft) above sea level: 62 kPa
5000 m (16404 ft) above sea level: 54 kPa
At installation altitudes above 2000 m (6562 ft), the line voltage
must not exceed certain limits to ensure that surge voltages can
be insulated in accordance with EN 60664-1 for surge voltage
category III. If the line voltage is higher than this limit at installation altitudes > 2000 m (6562 ft), measures must be taken to reduce transient category III surge voltages to category II values,
e.g. equipment must be supplied via an isolating transformer.
In order to calculate the permissible output current or power, the
derating factors must be multiplied for the effects described
above. The derating factor kI for current as a function of installation altitude can be offset against the derating factor kT for ambient temperature. If the result of multiplying derating factor kT
by derating factor kI is >1, then the calculation must be based
on a rated current of Irated or Iratedf. If the result is < 1, then it must
be multiplied by the rated current Irated or Iratedf to calculate the
maximum permissible continuous current. The derating factor
k = kf × kT × kI calculated by this method to obtain the total derating value must be applied to all current values in the specified
duty cycles (Irated, IH, IL).
The derating characteristic curves of Power Modules, Line
Modules and Motor Modules can be found in the technical data
of the relevant Modules (see chapter SINAMICS S120 drive
system).
√2 x I n
In
G_D211_XX_00219
0
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Power units
■ Configuration
Examples of derating characteristic curves and calculation of
the permissible output current:
G_D211_EN_00004c
Derating factor k T
1.3
A drive system is to be operated at an altitude of 2500 m
(8202 ft) at a maximum ambient temperature of 30 °C (86 °F)
and rated pulse frequency.
Since the ambient temperature is below 40 °C (104 °F), a compensation calculation (installation altitude/ambient temperature)
can be applied.
1.2
1.1
Installation altitude 2500 m (8202 ft):
Derating factor kI = 0.965, kU = 0.94
1.0
Max. ambient temperature 30 °C (86 °F):
Derating factor kT = 1.133
0.9
0.8
20
(68)
25
(77)
30
(86)
35
(95)
40
(104)
45
(113)
50 °C 55
(122) (°F) (131)
1.00
95
0.95
90
0.90
85
0.85
1000
2000
3000 m 4000
(3281)
(6562)
(9843) (ft) (13124)
Installation altitude above sea level
0
Derating factor kI
G_D211_EN_00005b
k = kf × (kI × kT) = 1.0 × (1.0) = 1.0
However, IEC 60664-1 stipulates that voltage derating is
required.
Current derating as a function of the ambient temperature
100
kI × kT = 0.965 × 1.133 = 1.093  1.0 due to installation
altitude/ambient temperature compensation
Result: Current derating is not required.
Ambient temperature
Permissible continuous current in %
of rated current
Example 1
The units in voltage range 380 V to 480 V can be operated up to
a voltage of 480 V × 0.94 = 451 V, and the units in voltage range
660 V to 690 V up to 690 V × 0.94 = 648 V.
Example 2
When a drive line-up is configured, a Motor Module with the
order number 6SL3320-1TE32-1AA0 is selected (rated output
current 210 A, base load current for high overload 178 A). The
drive line-up is to be operated at an altitude of 3000 m (9843 ft)
where ambient temperatures could reach 35 °C (95 °F) as a
result of the installation conditions. The pulse frequency must be
set to 4 kHz to provide the required dynamic response.
Installation altitude 3000 m (9843 ft):
Derating factor kI = 0.925, kU = 0.88
Max. ambient temperature 35 °C (95 °F):
Derating factor kT = 1.066
kI × kT = 0.925 × 1.066 = 0.987  insufficient installation
altitude/ambient temperature compensation
Current derating as a function of the installation altitude
k = kf × (kI × kT) = 0.82 × (0.925 × 1.066) = 0.809
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90
0.9
80
0.8
70
0
0.7
1000
2000
3000 m 4000
(3281)
(6562)
(9843) (ft) (13124)
Installation altitude above sea level
Voltage derating as a function of the installation altitude
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Result: Current derating is required.
1.0
Derating factor kU
Permissible input voltage in %
of rated voltage
100
Where these boundary conditions apply,
• the max. permissible continuous current of the Motor Module is:
210 A × 0.809 = 170 A
• the base-load current for high overloading is:
178 A × 0.809 = 144 A
IEC 60664-1 stipulates that voltage derating is required.
The selected unit can be operated up to a voltage of
480 V 3 AC × 0.88 or 720 V DC × 0.88 = 422 V 3 AC or 634 V DC,
i.e. under these conditions, a 400 V asynchronous motor can be
operated without restriction. Due to the installation altitude,
however, derating might be required for the asynchronous motor
(induction motors).
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System description — Dimensioning
Power units
■ Configuration
Selection of the Power Module or Motor Module
The Motor Module is selected initially on the basis of standstill
current I0 100 K (rated current for winding temperature rise 100 K)
for synchronous motors and the rated current Irated for asynchronous motors (induction motors), and is specified in the motor
description. Dynamic overloads, e.g. during acceleration, must
be taken into account by duty cycles and may demand a more
powerful Power Module or Motor Module. In this context, it is also
important to remember that the output current of the Power Module or Motor Module decreases as a function of installation altitude, ambient temperature and pulse frequency setting (see
explanations of derating characteristics).
For an optimum configuration, the effective motor current Iload
calculated from the duty cycle is replicated on the Power Module
or Motor Module. The following must apply:
Irated, Module ≥ Iload
Irated, Module = permissible continuous current of Power Module
or Motor Module taking derating characteristics into account
The Power Modules or Motor Modules can be required to supply
a higher output current for specific time periods. The characteristics or overload capability must be noted (see chapter
SINAMICS S120 drive system) when modules are engineered for
overload.
The SIZER for Siemens Drives engineering tool is capable
of performing precise overload calculations.
Rated current – permissible and non-permissible motor/
converter combinations
• Motor rated current higher than rated output current of the
Power Module or Motor Module:
In cases where a motor with a higher rated current than the
rated output current of the Power Module or Motor Module is
to be connected, the motor will only be able to operate under
partial load. The following limit applies:
The short-time current (= 1.5 × base-load current IH) should be
higher or equal to the rated current of the connected motor.
If this dimensioning rule is not adhered to, the low leakage
inductance of large motors causes current peaks which may
result in a drive system shutdown or in a continuous output
limiting by the internal protective electronic circuitry.
• Motor rated current significantly lower than rated output
current of the Power Module or Motor Module:
With the vector control system used, the rated motor current
must equal at least 1/8 of the rated output current of the Power
Module or Motor Module. With smaller motor currents, the
drive can be operated in V/f control mode.
Using pulse width modulation, the Power Modules or Motor
Modules generate an AC voltage to feed the connected motor
from the DC voltage of the DC link. The magnitude of the DC link
voltage is determined by the line voltage and, in the case of a
Motor Module, by the Line Module used and thus the maximum
possible output voltage (see chapter SINAMICS S120 drive
system). The speed and loading of the connected motor define
the required motor voltage. The maximum possible output voltage must be greater than or equal to the required motor voltage;
it may be necessary to select a motor with a different winding.
It is not possible to utilize all modes of pulse width modulation
when a sine-wave filter is connected. The maximum possible
output voltage (see sine-wave filter) is lower as a result.
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System description — Dimensioning
Power units
■ Configuration
Long motor cables
Using pulse width modulation, the Power Modules or Motor
Modules generate an AC voltage to feed the connected motor
from the DC voltage of the DC link. Capacitive leakage currents
are generated in clocked operation and these limit the permissible length of the motor cable. The maximum permissible motor
cable length is specified for each Power Module or Motor
Module in the component description.
Motor reactors limit the rate of rise and magnitude of the capacitive leakage currents, thereby allowing longer motor cables to be
used. The motor reactor and motor cable capacitance form an oscillating circuit which must not be stimulated by the pulse pattern
of the output voltage. The resonant frequency of this oscillating
Rated output
current Irated
circuit must therefore be significantly higher than the pulse frequency. The longer the motor cable, the higher the cable capacitance and the lower the resonant frequency. To provide a sufficient
safety margin between this resonant frequency and the pulse frequency, the maximum possible motor cable length is limited, even
when several motor reactors are connected in series. The maximum cable lengths in combination with motor reactors are specified in the technical specifications for the motor reactors.
Where a long motor cable is required, a higher rating of power
unit must be selected or the permissible continuous output
current Icontinuous must be reduced in relation to the rated output
current Irated.
Length of the MOTION-CONNECT motor cable (shielded)
> 50 … 100 m
(164 … 328 ft)
> 100 … 150 m
(328 … 492 ft)
> 150 … 200 m
(492 … 656 ft)
> 200 m
(656 ft)
Motor Module in booksize format
3 A/5 A
Use Motor Module 9 A
Use Motor Module 9 A
Not permissible
Not permissible
9A
Use Motor Module 18 A
Use Motor Module 18 A
Not permissible
Not permissible
18 A
Use Motor Module 30 A or
Imax ≤ 1.5 × Irated
Icontinuous ≤ 0.95 × Irated
Use Motor Module 30 A
Not permissible
Not permissible
Always permissible
85 A/132 A
Always permissible
I max ≤ 1.75 × Irated
Icontinuous ≤ 0.9 × Irated
I max ≤ 1.1 × Irated
Icontinuous ≤ 0.85 × Irated
Not permissible
45 A/60 A
I max ≤ 1.35 × Irated
Icontinuous ≤ 0.9 × Irated
Always permissible
I max ≤ 1.1 × Irated
Icontinuous ≤ 0.9 × Irated
Not permissible
200 A
I max ≤ 1.35 × Irated
Icontinuous ≤ 0.95 × Irated
30 A
Always permissible
I max ≤ 1.25 × Irated
Icontinuous ≤ 0.95 × Irated
I max ≤ 1.5 × Irated
Icontinuous ≤ 0.85 × Irated
Not permissible
I max ≤ 1.1 × Irated
Icontinuous ≤ 0.9 × Irated
Not permissible
PM340 Power Module
1.3 A
1.7 A
2.2 A
3.1 A
4.1 A
Not permissible
Not permissible
Not permissible
Not permissible
5.9 A
7.7 A
Imax ≤ 1.1 × Irated
Icontinuous ≤ 0.6 × Irated
Not permissible
Not permissible
Not permissible
Imax ≤ 1.2 × Irated
Icontinuous ≤ 0.7 × Irated
Not permissible
Not permissible
Not permissible
Imax ≤ 1.2 × Irated
Icontinuous ≤ 0.7 × Irated
Not permissible
Not permissible
Imax ≤ 1.5 × Irated
Icontinuous ≤ 0.9 × Irated
Imax ≤ 0.7 × Irated
Icontinuous ≤ 0.45 × Irated
Not permissible
Not permissible
Imax ≤ 1.6 × Irated
Icontinuous ≤ 0.95 × Irated
Imax ≤ 1.3 × Irated
Icontinuous ≤ 0.8 × Irated
Imax ≤ 1.5 × Irated
Icontinuous ≤ 0.9 × Irated
Imax ≤ 1.4 × Irated
Icontinuous ≤ 0.85 × Irated
Not permissible
Imax ≤ 1.6 × Irated
Icontinuous ≤ 0.95 × Irated
Imax ≤ 1.5 × Irated
Icontinuous ≤ 0.9 × Irated
Not permissible
10.2 A
18 A
25 A
32 A
38 A
45 A
60 A
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75 A
90 A
Always permissible
110 A
145 A
178 A
Always permissible
Always permissible
The permissible cable length for an unshielded motor cable is
150 % of the length for a shielded motor cable.
Motor reactors can also be installed in order to permit the use of
longer motor cables.
1)
Up to 70 m (230 ft) always permissible.
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Imax ≤ 1.5 × Irated
Icontinuous ≤ 0.95 × Irated
Not permissible
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System description — Dimensioning
Power units
■ Configuration
Line Modules
Active Line Modules
In multi-axis drive applications, a number of Motor Modules are
operated on a common DC link, which is supplied with power by
a Line Module.
The DC link voltage Vd is regulated to an adjustable value
(Active Mode). An Active Line Module can also be switched to
Smart Mode and then operates like a Smart Line Module. In
Active Mode, the Active Line Module draws a virtually sinusoidal
current from the supply system.
The first task is to decide whether a Basic Line Module, Smart
Line Module or an Active Line Module will be used. On the one
hand, this depends on whether the drive must be capable of
regenerative feedback to the supply and, on the other hand,
whether the power supply infeed is to be unregulated and therefore dependent on the power supply voltage, or regulated to a
constant DC link voltage.
The chassis format units are available in the 380 V to 480 V
voltage range, but also include units in the 500 V to 690 V range.
Basic Line Modules are designed for infeed operation only.
Active Line Modules have regulated infeeds which feature a
step-up function.
In order to calculate the required DC link power and select the
correct Line Module, it is important to analyze the entire operating sequence of the drive line-up connected to the DC link.
Factors such as partial load, redundancies, duty cycles, coincidence factors and the operating mode (motor / generator mode)
must be taken into account.
The DC link power Pd of a single Motor Module is calculated from
the shaft output Pmech of the motor and the efficiency of the
motor ηm and Motor Module ηwr.
The following applies in motor mode: Pd = Pmech / (ηm × hwr)
The rated infeed power of the Line Module refers to a line voltage
of 380 V, 400 V or 690 V (690 V applies only to chassis format
Line Modules). The output power of the Line Modules may be
affected if they are operated on line voltages other than those
stated above.
Depending on the ambient conditions (installation altitude, ambient temperature), the rated infeed power of the Line Modules
may need to be reduced (see chapter SINAMICS S120 drive
system).
The coincidence factor takes into account the time characteristic
of the torque for each individual axis.
On the basis of these principles, the following procedure can be
used to dimension the Line Module:
Axes categorized
according to output class
The following applies in generator mode: Pd = Pmech × hm × hwr
The motor and generator outputs must be added with the
corresponding sign in order to calculate the total DC link power.
For the power calculation, the DC link voltage Vd can be
assumed to be constant. The required DC link current is therefore calculated as Id = Pd/Vd
Required DC link power determined for each
axis (taking into account the speed ratio, if
required)
The DC link voltage Vd of the Basic Line Modules is load-dependent. Under no-load conditions, the DC link is charged to the line
voltage crest value VL, i.e. Vd = √2 × VL, e.g. Vd = 566 V when a
400 V supply system is connected.
Simultaneity factor used for each output
class and the required DC link power
determined for each output class
Basic Line Modules
1.41 × VL > Vd > 1.32 × VL (no load → rated output)
Smart Line Modules
Total required DC link power determined
Selection of Line Module taking into
account the supply voltage and ambient
conditions
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Under load conditions, the DC link voltage reaches the average
value of the rectified line voltage applied to the terminals. This
average value is determined by the line voltage x factor 1.35.
Owing to the voltage drop across the line reactor and in the line
feeder cable, the DC link voltage under full load conditions is
slightly lower than the theoretical value. In practice, the range of
the DC link voltage Vd is as follows:
The DC link voltage Vd of Smart Line Modules is regulated to the
average value of the rectified line voltage VL, i.e. Vd ≈ 1.35 × VL
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Due to the voltage drop across the line reactor and in the line
feeder cable, the DC link voltage decreases in motor operation
and increases in generator operation. The DC link voltage Vd
thus varies within the same range as on drives with a Basic Line
Module:
1.41 × VL > Vd > 1.32 × VL (rated output generator → rated
output motor)
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Power units
■ Configuration
The following factors must also be taken into account when
dimensioning the DC link:
Braking operation
As device losses are important in motor mode, the dimensioning
for motor mode is also applicable to generator mode. With
respect to motor braking operation, check that the energy fed
back into the DC link does not exceed the permissible peak load
capability of the Line Module.
In the case of higher regenerative outputs and to control the "line
failure" operating scenario, a Braking Module must be provided,
the Smart or Active Line Module must be overdimensioned or the
regenerative output reduced by longer braking times.
For the configuration of the "EMERGENCY STOP" operating
scenario, the Line Module must either be overdimensioned or an
additional Braking Module must be used, in order that the DC
link energy can be dissipated as quickly as possible.
Checking the DC link capacitance
During power-up, the Line Modules limit the charging current for
the DC link capacitors. Due to the limits imposed by the precharging circuit, it is essential to observe the maximum permissible DC link capacitance values for the drive line-up specified
in the technical specifications.
DC link pre-charging frequency
The pre-charging frequency of the DC link via a booksize format
Line Module is calculated using the following formula:
Number of precharges =
within 8 min
Max. permissible DC link capacitance
infeed module in μF
DC-link capacitance of configured
drive line-up in μF
For chassis format Line Modules, the maximum permissible DC
link precharging interval is 3 minutes.
Special considerations for operation on Basic or
Smart Line Module
Basic Line Modules and Smart Line Modules provide a lower DC
link voltage than Active Line Modules. As a result, the following
boundary conditions apply:
• When operating asynchronous motors (induction motors), a
lower maximum motor power is available at high speeds at the
same line voltage.
• On synchronous motors, a reduction in the dynamic drive
characteristics must be expected at high speeds.
• On synchronous motors, the rated motor speed cannot be
fully utilized when an overload capability is required.
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Parallel connection of power units
Up to 4 Motor Modules or Line Modules in chassis format can be
connected in parallel. Parallel connections can operate only in
Vector Control mode.
Parallel connections may only include Motor Modules or Line
Modules of the same type and with the same voltage and output
ratings. Mixtures of different modules, e.g. Basic Line Modules
and Active Line Modules, cannot be connected in parallel. The
CU320-2, SIMOTION D4x5-2 or CX32-2 Control Unit can control
only one drive object of type "Parallel connection Line Modules"
and one of type "Parallel connection Motor Modules". It is
assumed that all Line Modules or Motor Modules linked to the
Control Unit are connected in parallel. A Control Unit can control,
for example, the following components:
• 1 Line Module + 2 parallel-connected Motor Modules
• 2 parallel-connected Line Modules + 3 parallel-connected
Motor Modules
Combinations such as the following are not permissible:
2 Line Modules + 2 Motor Modules connected in parallel +
1 Motor Module
In order to ensure symmetrical current distribution among all
parallel-connected modules, inductances must be provided for
subsystem decoupling. However, the current compensatory
control cannot completely prevent asymmetrical current distribution, which means that the following derating factors apply to
parallel connections:
Designation
Derating factor for
parallel connection
of 2 to 4 Modules
Max. permissible
number of parallelconnected Modules
Active Line Modules
0.95
4
Basic Line Modules
0.925
4
Motor Modules
0.95
4
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System description — Dimensioning
Power units
■ Configuration
Chassis format Line Modules
Line reactors are needed to decouple individual Basic Line
Modules, while the appropriate Active Interface Modules are
required to decouple Active Line Modules.
=
=
PM
Irated rms
Minimum length of
motor feeder cable
Frame size
kW
A
m
Output voltage 380 … 480 V
FX
110
210
30
FX
132
260
27
GX
160
310
20
GX
200
380
17
GX
250
490
15
HX
315
605
13
HX
400
745
10
HX
450
840
9
JX
560
985
8
JX
710
1260
6
JX
800
1405
5
Output voltage 500 … 600 V
~
~
Motor Module
G_D211_XX_00121
Parallel connection of Basic Line Modules using line reactors
FX
75
85
80
FX
90
100
72
FX
110
120
65
FX
132
150
55
GX
160
175
50
GX
200
215
40
GX
250
260
32
GX
315
330
25
HX
400
410
20
HX
450
465
18
HX
560
575
15
JX
710
735
13
JX
800
810
11
JX
900
910
10
JX
1000
1025
8.5
JX
1200
1270
7
Output voltage 660 … 690 V
FX
75
85
100
FX
90
100
90
FX
110
120
80
FX
132
150
70
GX
160
175
60
GX
200
215
50
GX
250
260
40
GX
315
330
30
HX
400
410
25
HX
450
465
25
Chassis format Motor Modules
HX
560
575
20
Three-wire or four-wire cables should be used where possible to
connect Motor Modules in parallel.
JX
710
735
18
JX
800
810
15
In this case, a minimum clearance of 50 mm (2 in) must be left
between the cables of the individual subsystems. A three-phase
system must be connected to each of the cables of equal length
(U2, V2, W2). In order to ensure adequate decoupling between
subsystems, the motor cables must be of a minimum length so
as to provide the necessary inductance.
JX
900
910
12
JX
1000
1025
10
JX
1200
1270
8
~
~
=
=
G_D211_XX_00102
Parallel connection of Active Line Modules using Active Interface
Modules
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System description — Dimensioning
Power units
■ Configuration
If the drive configuration cannot accommodate the minimum
required cable length, the appropriate motor reactor for the
Motor Module must be installed. Alternatively, motors with two
separate winding systems can be used.
The latter option is preferable for drives with higher outputs, as
the motor terminal boxes are subject to current limits in this case.
Line harmonic distortion
The voltage drops across the impedance between the supply
system and a load as soon as the load draws current. In a
symmetrical three-phase supply system, this is the network
impedance Zn which is calculated from the impedance Zs of the
supply system and the line-side impedance Ze of the load.
ZN
Zs
=
V0
=
~
Rs
Ze
Xs
e
Re
Xe
U1
V rated
~
V1
Load
M
3~
PCC
other loads
G_D211_XX_00123
Parallel connection with identical motor cables of the required
minimum length
G_D211_EN_00126
W1
Effective impedances when a load is connected to a three-phase
supply system
Zn = Zs + Ze = Rs + j Xs + Re + j Xe = Rn + j Xn
=
On a variable-speed drive, the line-side impedance Ze is normally the total impedance provided by the line reactor and the
feeder cable up to the PCC (Point of Common Coupling) for
further loads. The ohmic component Rn is generally negligible as
compared to the inductive component Xn. The inductance of an
RI suppression filter is irrelevant for the purpose of this calculation, as this inductance is effective only for asymmetrical interference voltages, but not for a symmetrical line current.
=
~
~
If a load causes voltage drops across the impedance Zs, this
system perturbation has an impact at the PCC and thus also in
the supply voltage to all other loads.
M
3~
G_D211_XX_00124
Use of motor reactors
uk = Z × Ie / Vo
=
13
=
~
~
M
3~
G_D211_XX_00125
Asynchronous motor (induction motor) with two separate winding
systems
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The voltage drop is proportional to current Ie and the impedance. To facilitate comparison of voltage drops under different
supply and load conditions, the voltage drop is specified – normally at rated current – with reference to the phase voltage Vo.
The calculation formula, e.g. for the per unit voltage drop uk
across an impedance Z is as follows:
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Power units
■ Configuration
Example 1:
e
A Power Module with rated line current Ie is directly connected
to a low-voltage transformer and the PCC is the transformer connection terminal. The equation for the ratio between rated line
current Ie of the Power Module and rated current Irated of the
transformer is Ie = 0.25 × Irated. The per unit voltage drop uk of
the 400 V transformer is 4 %. If the transformer is loaded with its
rated current Irated, the voltage drop across impedance Zs is
9.2 V (corresponding to 4 % of the phase voltage Vo = 230 V).
R sc = approx. 10
V0
e
uk = (Zs × Irated) / 230 V = 0.04
R sc = approx. 100
The following formula applies to the rated line current Ie of the
Power Module: Ie = k × Irated
G_D211_EN_00127a
V0
The per unit voltage drop across the transformer when loaded
with Ie is thus: uk = Zs × Ie / Vo = Zs × k × Irated / Vo
With the specified ratio between Ie and Irated, the per unit voltage
drop is calculated as uk = 1 % or 2.3 V. In relation to the
Power Module, this transformer therefore functions like a line
impedance in accordance with uk = 1 %.
The magnitude of system perturbation in converter systems is
assessed on the basis of short-circuit power ratio Rsc:
Rsc = Scν / P
According to this definition in accordance with EN 60146-1, P is
the fundamental-wave apparent power drawn by the converter.
Scν is the short-circuit power drawn from the mains in the event
of a short-circuit on the terminals U1, V1, W1. Since the ohmic
components of impedances are negligible in practice, the
following applies Zn ≈ j Xn
Scν ≈ 3 × Vo2 / Xn
Line current of a Basic Line Module or Power Module as a function of the
short-circuit power ratio Rsc
The rms of the line current Ie for which the line-side components
must be rated comprises fundamental wave Ie1 and the current
harmonics, which increase in relation to the rise in short-circuit
power ratio Rsc. If the DC link power Pd has been calculated (see
Line Modules), the required line-side active power is a known
quantity with Line Module efficiency, or the rectifier efficiency in
the case of a Power Module. However, this active power is
connected only with the current fundamental wave Ie1. The rms
of the line current Ie is always greater than Ie1 as a result of the
current harmonics. The following applies to a short-circuit power
ratio Rsc = 100:
and thus Rsc ≈ 3 × Vo2 / (Xn × P)
Ie ≈ 1.3 × Ie1
If we assume the power to be P ≈ 3 × Vo × Ie = √3 × Vrated × Ie
The harmonic currents produce only alternating power, but no
active power. The following applies to the apparent power S on
the line side:
The short-circuit power ratio Rsc is therefore dependent on the
current output power P of the converter and is determined by
network impedance Xn.
the short-circuit power ratio Rsc is in inverse proportion to the per
unit voltage drop uk across the effective line impedance.
Rsc ≈ 3 × Vo2 / (Xn × P) = 3 × Vo2 / (Xn × 3 × Vo × Ie) =Vo / (Xn × Ie) = 1 / uk
The short-circuit power ratio for example 1 is Rsc ≈ 100 if no line
reactor is installed (Ze = 0).
Note:
The term "short-circuit power ratio" as used in technical standards is not a harmonized definition. The short-circuit power
ratio Rsce defined according to IEC 61000-3-12 is calculated
from the short-circuit power SSC at the PCC referred to the power
Sequ = 3 × Vo × Ie consumed by the load.
Basic Line Modules and Power Modules are designed with a
rectifier bridge on the line side. An inherent feature of the principle of rectification with load-side capacitance for DC link voltage
smoothing are harmonics in the line current which result in a nonsinusoidal power input. The diagram shows the basic current
waveform of a Power Module or Basic Line Module as a function
of short-circuit power ratio Rsc.
The apparent power of a transformer selected to supply the
drive must be greater than the drive power by a factor of
about 1.3.
S2 = P2 + Q12 + D2
• with active component
P = 3 × Vo × I1 × cos ϕ1 produced solely by the current
fundamental wave
• and reactive component
Q1 = 3 × Vo × I1 × sin ϕ1
• and the distortion component
D = 3 V0
2
=2
The ratio between active power and apparent power is referred
to as total power factor λ :
=
P
=
S
P
P 2 +Q 12 + D 2
Active Line Modules generate virtually no current harmonics
(Active Mode) at all and are employed when system perturbation
needs to be minimized, e.g. stipulation of IEEE 519 that THD
(Total Harmonic Distortion) must be < 10 %.
The SIZER for Siemens Drives engineering tool calculates the
line harmonic distortion on the basis of the supply data entered
and lists them against the limit values of relevant standards.
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System description — Dimensioning
Power units
■ Configuration
Motor operation
Power Modules
1 AC
Generator operation
e
Energy recovery in the supply system not possible
V0
e
3 AC
Energy recovery in the supply system not possible
V0
Basic Line Modules
Energy recovery in the supply system not possible
e
V0
e
Smart Line Modules
e
Active Line Modules
(cos = 1)
V0
V0
e
Typical waveform of the line current with Power Modules and Line Modules
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V0
V0
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System description — Dimensioning
Power units
■ Configuration
Line-side power options
(main switch, fuses, line filters, etc.)
The following line-side power options are recommended for the
drive configuration:
The main switch may take various formats:
• Main and EMERGENCY STOP switch + fuse switch disconnector (with leading signal via auxiliary contact for
trip mode)
• Load interruptor with fuses
• Circuit breaker
To protect the units against line-side surge voltages, it is
advisable to install overvoltage protection directly at the infeed
point (upcircuit of main switch). Overvoltage protection is essential in order to satisfy the requirements of Canadian standard
CSA C22.2 No. 14-05.
For examples of suitable surge voltage arresters, go to
www.raycap.com or www.dehn.de
PE
U1 / L1
U1 / L2
U1 / L3
Depending on the performance required, a fuse switch
disconnector combined with a contactor or a circuit breaker
can be provided as the main switch.
Line fuses
A line contactor can be used, for example, if the drive has to be
disconnected from the line supply in the event of a fault or for
remote tripping. Follow the instructions in the SINAMICS S120
Manuals to interlock the line contactor in the context of safety
functions.
Main switch
A line filter should be used on TN (grounded) systems to reduce
line harmonic distortion.
Line
contactor
Line reactor
Line Module
G_D212_EN_00017b
Line filter
General overview of line infeed
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System description — Dimensioning
Power units
■ Configuration
SCCR (Short Circuit Current Rating)
Example:
In the USA, a rating plate must be attached to switchgear
(referred to as Industrial Control Panels (ICP) in the USA) which
indicates the short-circuit current rating (or overall panel SCCR)
of the installation. Specification of the SCCR became essential
when the National Electrical Code (NEC) 2005 came into force.
The SCCR is calculated on the basis of UL508A Supplement
SB4.
A transformer for 460 V 3 AC with a rated power of 1 MVA has a
rated current of approximately 1255 A. The relative short-circuit
voltage uk of the transformer is 6 %. The maximum possible
short-circuit current Ik directly at the output terminals of this
transformer (low-voltage busbar) is 1255 A/0.06 ≈ 21 kA.
T1
High voltage/
medium voltage
T2
Medium voltage/
low voltage
Busbar
Line supply
i
Industrial
Control Panel
(ICP)
i
ip
t
2
2 Ik
G_D211_EN_00263
ip = Peak short-circuit current
I k = (Steady) short-circuit current
In order to ensure that the switchgear can withstand a short
circuit in the main circuit, e.g. defects caused by current effects
or fire, without sustaining serious consequential damage, the
maximum possible short-circuit current may not exceed the
SCCR value of the switchgear. The data of the transformer T2
which supplies the switchgear provide an adequate basis for
making a rough calculation of the maximum possible shortcircuit current at the installation site. Based on the rated current
Irated of the transformer and the relative short-circuit voltage uk,
the short-circuit current Ik is calculated according to the following equation:
Ik = Irated/uk
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In order to calculate the short-circuit current, it is necessary to
know the effective impedance of the supply cable and the transformers T1 and T2, as well as the short-circuit power of the line
supply system. The maximum peak short-circuit current ip is
reached when the short circuit occurs at the voltage zero crossing. For method of calculating short-circuit currents, refer to
IEC 60909-0.
The influence of the high-voltage and medium-voltage levels is
slight and in most cases negligible for the selected example.
When the effective impedance is taken into account, the maximum possible short-circuit current is lower than the previous
value estimated from the data of the supply transformer, especially in the case of units which are not connected directly to
busbars but over long cables to the transformer. Calculating the
short-circuit current (peak short-circuit current) is complicated
for systems which are supplied in parallel by multiple transformers and especially in the case of meshed systems.
The short-circuit current strength of the entire switchgear installation (overall panel SCCR) as specified on its rating plate is
determined by the component in the main circuit with the lowest
SCCR value.
Standard SCCR values for electrical equipment are specified in
UL 508A Supplement SB4.2 (September 2005) and these can
be used to calculate the overall panel SCCR. The following
values are assumed for electric drives (motor controllers), for
example:
Motor controller
SCCR
0 ... 50 hp
0 ... 37.3 kW
5 kA
51 ... 200 hp
38 ... 149 kW
10 kA
201 ... 400 hp
150 ... 298 kW
18 kA
401 ... 600 hp
299 ... 447 kW
30 kA
601 ... 900 hp
448 ... 671 kW
42 kA
901 ... 1500 hp
672 ... 1193 kW
85 kA
The SCCR values of the Power Modules and Line Modules are
higher than the standard SCCR values listed in the table. The
higher SCCR values apply only in combination with the fuses
and circuit breakers specified in the manual! Fuses or circuit
breakers can be exchanged for comparable types provided
that the peak let-through current and breaking I2t value of the
replacement type is not higher than those of the recommended
type.
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System components
■ Configuration
Motor reactors
Sensor Modules
High-speed switching of the power transistors causes capacitive charge/discharge currents in the motor cable and motor, as
well as steep voltage rises and peak voltages in the motor windings. These currents can be reduced through the installation of
a motor reactor.
Signal conditioning for the various encoders (incremental encoder sin/cos 1 Vpp, absolute encoder, resolver) takes place remotely, i.e. in the vicinity of the encoder with customized Sensor
Modules. Depending on the measuring system, SMC10, SMC20
or SMC30 Sensor Modules will be used. The Sensor Modules are
designed to be mounted on DIN rails. They are also used for the
signal conditioning of external (machine) encoders.
The voltage drop across the motor reactor is normally negligible
at output frequencies of 60 Hz and below. The per unit voltage
drop uk across the reactor is between 1 % and 4 % at rated
current and 50 Hz. With a cos ϕ of 0.86 and an output frequency
of 50 Hz, the motor voltage across the motor reactor is about 2 %
lower than in systems without a motor reactor.
VMotor reactor
90° +
Va
Expansion modules
The CU320-2 Control Unit features interfaces and terminals for
communication as standard. SINAMICS S120 offers the following expansion modules:
• TB30 Terminal Board (terminal expansion for plugging into the
option slot on the CU320-2 Control Unit)
• TM31 Terminal Module (additional terminals for connection via
DRIVE-CLiQ)
The following criteria regarding the use of expansion modules
must be taken into account:
• Only one option board can be plugged into the option slot on
the CU320-2 Control Unit.
• A maximum of 8 Terminal Modules may be operated in a
drive line-up.
VMotor
Braking Modules and braking resistors
Ia
Braking units comprise a Braking Module and a braking resistor,
which must be attached externally.
G_D211_EN_00131
Phasor diagram of motor with motor reactor
Motor reactors are compatible with all modulation types
(space vector modulation, edge modulation).
Sine-wave filters
Sine-wave filters are low-pass LC filters which allow easy
passage to only the fundamental component of the squarewave, pulse-width-modulation output voltage of a Power Module
or Motor Module. The resonant frequency of the sine-wave filter
must be significantly lower than the pulse frequency of the
Power Module or Motor Module and be dimensioned with a
sufficient margin to the maximum permissible output frequency.
Sine-wave filters therefore define the choice of pulse frequency
and place a limit on the maximum possible output frequency.
This type of filter is compatible only with space vector modulation. The output voltage of a Power Module or Motor Module is
thus limited to an output voltage (rms value) of approximately
0.67 × DC link voltage. With the voltage drop across the sinusoidal filter, the maximum possible output voltage (rms value) is
approximately 0.63 × DC link voltage. Parameters are used to
register a sine-wave filter with the Control Unit. This ensures that
all those values that are dependent on it, such as permissible
modulation modes and maximum output frequency, are correctly
predefined.
Braking units are used when
• regenerative energy occurs occasionally and briefly, for
example when the brake is applied to the drive (EMERGENCY
STOP) and the drive has no regenerative feedback capability
• the drive features regenerative feedback units, but cannot
return the energy fast enough to the supply on an
"EMERGENCY STOP"
• the drive needs to be shut down after a power failure
The braking units for Power Modules in blocksize format consist
of braking resistors only, as they feature a Braking Module as
standard.
A number of Braking Modules can be connected in parallel to
the DC link in order to increase the braking power. Each Braking
Module requires its own braking resistor. It is not permissible to
operate a mix of braking units in booksize and chassis format on
the same DC link.
The braking power required is calculated from the DC link power
Pd of the drive line-up or Power Module in generator operation.
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Sine-wave filters can be used only in conjunction with Vector
Control and V/f Control modes.
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System components
■ Configuration
Braking Modules and braking resistors for booksize format
Braking Modules and braking resistors for chassis format
To operate booksize format Braking Modules, a minimum capacitance is required in the DC link. This capacitance is determined
by the braking resistor used.
Braking Modules with a braking power of 25 kW (for type FX) and
50 kW (for types GX, HX and JX) are available with matching
braking resistors for chassis format units. Braking units can be
connected in parallel to obtain higher braking powers. In this
case, the units can be installed at the Line Module end or Motor
Module end.
Braking resistor 0.3 kW/25 kW → DC link capacitance 220 µF
Braking resistor 1.5 kW/100 kW → DC link capacitance 330 µF
The capacitance of the booksize format Braking Module of
110 µF is included in the total capacitance value. If the DC link
capacitance is not sufficient for the use of one or more Braking
Modules, a Capacitor Module can be added to increase the
effective DC link capacitance of the drive line-up.
When booksize format Braking Modules are connected in parallel, the minimum capacitance specified above must be available
for each Braking Module.
Note: Only booksize format modules that are directly connected
to each other via the DC link busbar can be included in the total
capacitance.
If the DC link capacitance is not sufficient for the operation of a
number of Braking Modules, Capacitor Modules can be used to
increase the DC link capacitance. The max. permissible DC link
capacitance of a drive line-up on a Line Module must be taken
into account. The max. DC link capacitances to be taken into
account for precharging current limiting on the Line Modules are
listed in the technical data for the Line Modules.
The braking resistor discharges the excess energy from the
DC link:
G_D212_EN_00018a
P
Pmax
PDB
0 kW
ta
t
ta
PDB
Pmax
t
ta
Period of braking duty cycle in s
Load duration in s
Continuous power of braking resistor in kW
Peak power of braking resistor in kW
Duty cycle for braking resistors
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t
When a Braking Module is installed in a Basic Line Module of
size GB, the cables supplied for the DC link connection are too
short. In this case, the cable harness set 6SL3366-2NG00-0AA0
must be ordered to make the Braking Module connection.
Frame Rated power
size
PDB power
Peak
power
P15
Max. possible
mounting locations
for Braking Module
FB
25 kW
125 kW
1
GB
50 kW
250 kW
1
FX
25 kW
125 kW
1
GX
50 kW
250 kW
1
HX
50 kW
250 kW
2
JX
50 kW
250 kW
3
The Braking Module features an electronics interface (X21) with
monitoring function. The braking resistor housing contains a
monitoring thermal contact. Both these monitors can be integrated into the warning or shutdown circuits of the drive system.
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System description — Dimensioning
System components
■ Configuration
Calculation of Braking Module and braking resistor
requirements
• For periodic duty cycles with a cycle duration of ≤ 90 s, the
average value of the braking power within this duty cycle must
be defined. The relevant cycle duration must be applied as
the time base.
• For periodic duty cycles with a cycle duration of ≥ 90 s or for
sporadic braking operations, a time interval of 90 s in which
the highest average value occurs must be selected. The 90 s
period must be applied as the time base.
Apart from the average braking power, the required peak
braking power must also be taken into account when braking
units are selected (Braking Module and braking resistor).
Basic data
Line
voltage
Power range
Braking Braking
Motor Modules Module Module
Contin- Power
uous
P40
power
PDB
Braking
Module
Power
P20
Braking
Module
Peak
power
P15
380 … 480 V 110 … 132 kW
25 kW
50 kW
100 kW
125 kW
160 … 800 kW
50 kW
100 kW
200 kW
250 kW
25 kW
50 kW
100 kW
125 kW
100 kW
200 kW
250 kW
660 … 690 V 75 … 132 kW
160 … 1200 kW 50 kW
P/PDB
G_D211_EN_00013b
P15
The DC link power Pd of the Power Module in generator mode
is calculated from the shaft power Pmech of the motor and the
power loss in the motor Pv motor and in the Power Module
Pv Power Module as:
Pd = Pmech – Pv motor – Pv Power Module = Pbraking resistor
The power losses can be estimated from the efficiency values of
the motor ηm and Power Module ηwr:
Pbraking resistor = Pd = Pmech × ηm × ηwr
Capacitor Module in booksize format
Vd2 = DC link voltage when buffering ends
PDB
0.25
Example:
0
40
50
60
70
80
90 s 100
t
PDB = Rated power
P15 = 5 x PDB = Power which is permissible every 90 s for 15 s
P20 = 4 x PDB = Power which is permissible every 90 s for 20 s
P40 = 2 x PDB = Power which is permissible every 90 s for 40 s
Load diagram
The braking power Pmech on the motor shaft is higher than the
power loss of the braking resistor as this need only convert the
DC link energy into heat.
Vd1 = DC link voltage when buffering starts
P40
10 15 20 30
Braking resistors feature a temperature switch with NC contacts
that open when the permissible temperature is exceeded. The
temperature switch must be evaluated to prevent consequential
damage if the braking resistor overheats.
C = effective capacity of Capacitor Module 4 mF
0.75
0.50
The Control Unit monitors the pulse/pause ratio (ON time/
OFF time) of the braking resistor and shuts it down on faults
if it calculates that the resistor is at risk of overheating.
W = ½ × C × (Vd12 – Vd22)
P20
1.00
The braking resistors for the FSA and FSB frame sizes are designed as substructure components. Braking resistors for frame
sizes FSC to FSF should be mounted outside the control cabinet
owing to their high heat losses.
The Capacitor Module functions as a short-term energy buffer,
e.g. for bridging brief power failures or for storing braking
energy. The buffered energy W can be calculated with the
following formula:
1.50
1.25
Braking resistors for Power Modules in blocksize format
Vd1 = 600 V; Vd2 = 430 V
The resultant energy calculation is W = 350 Ws
With this energy, for example, it is possible to buffer a Motor
Module with 3 kW load for about 100 ms.
Control Supply Module in booksize format
The Control Supply Module provides a 24 V DC power supply via
the line or DC link, in order to maintain the electronics power
supply for the components in the event of a line failure. This
makes it possible, for example, to make emergency retraction
movements in the event of the failure of the line supply.
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System components
■ Configuration
External 24 V DC supply of components
Power units (Power Modules, Line Modules and Motor Modules)
and other system components must be provided with a
24 V DC voltage via an electronic power supply made available
externally.
SITOP devices, which are available as a modular solution, are
provided as the external 24 V DC electronic power supply.
Main
Line
contactor filter
Line
reactor
Line
Module
=
Line
3 AC
Power supply
(3-phase)
24 V DC
Power supply
(single-phase)
24 V DC
G_D211_EN_00132
~
Connecting the external electronic power supply
The current requirement IDC ext is calculated with the following
formula:
Limit values for the configuration:
• The current-carrying capacity of the integrated 24 V DC
busbar (featured only in booksize format) is max. 20 A.
• In the event of higher current requirements, a number of
24 V DC power supplies must be provided in one drive
line-up. The other infeeds are implemented by means of 24 V
terminal adapters (booksize format only).
• Cable cross sections of up to 2.5 mm² may be connected to
the Control Units, Terminal Boards, Terminal Modules and
Sensor Modules.
• Cable cross sections of up to 6 mm² may be connected to the
24 V terminal adapters (booksize format only) for the Line
Modules and Motor Modules.
• The external 24 V DC power supply should only be used for
the SINAMICS components and the direct loads.
Capacitors in the electronics supply of most components must
be charged when the 24 V DC supply is first switched on. To
charge these capacitors, the power supply must first supply a
current peak which can be a multiple of the current requirement
IDC ext calculated above. Allowance must be made for this
current peak when selecting protective elements, e.g. miniature
circuit breakers, for incorporation in the 24 V DC supply system
(types with let-through I2t values according to characteristic D
are recommended). The current peak flows for an interval te of a
few 100 ms. The peak value is determined by the impedance of
the 24 V DC supply and its electronically limited maximum current.
I
The other system components (e.g. line contactor) must also be
taken into account.
The current requirement of individual components can be found
in the relevant technical data.
I DC ext
te
t
G_D211_EN_00133
Σ [Control Unit + built-in options (e.g. TB30 + CBC10) +
system components + Line Module + Σ (Motor Modules +
SMCxx + motor brake control)]
Typical waveform of the switch-on current of the external 24 V DC supply
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Mechanical configuration of the drive system
■ Configuration
Configuration of a drive line-up in booksize format
To complete the drive system, components such as motors and
encoders must be connected to it via cables.
The following criteria must be taken into account when a drive
line-up of booksize format units is configured:
• The Smart Line Modules 5 kW and 10 kW must always be arranged on the left as the first module, and all other Line Modules should be arranged on the left as the first module. The
CU320-2 Control Unit in this case can be "snapped onto" the
left-hand side of the Line Module.
• The DC link busbars can be connected on the right and left
with Basic Line Modules, Active Line Modules and Smart Line
Modules rated from 16 kW. In this case, the drive can be configured in the reverse order (from right to left) or on both sides
(see arrangement for chassis format units).
• Only one Line Module is permitted in each drive line-up.
• A number of drive line-ups must be configured for power
supplies which cannot be provided by the highest rating.
• The Motor Modules must be arranged beside the Line Module
in descending order of the rated currents, that is, the Motor
Module with the highest rated current is to be mounted immediately adjacent to the Line Module, and the Motor Module
with the lowest rated current is positioned furthest away from
the Line Module.
• DC link busbars are integrated into the Line Modules, Motor
Modules, Braking Modules, Capacitor Modules, Control
Supply Modules and Voltage Clamping Modules for connecting the drive line-up. The current carrying capacity of the
integral DC link busbars depends on the power rating of the
module and is 100 A or 200 A (see technical specifications).
Within the drive line-up, it must be ensured that the DC link
busbars meet the current-carrying capacity requirements at
every point in the drive line-up. When high-power Motor
Modules (200 A DC link busbars) and low-power Motor
Modules (100 A DC link busbars) are used together, the
Braking Module for example (100 A DC link busbars) must
be installed after the high-power Motor Modules.
• DC link adapters can be used to implement multi-tier configurations.
• The drive line-ups should be configured such that the total
length of all power cables for the motor cables and the line
cable, which should preferably be shielded, in each individual
line-up does not exceed the permissible total cable length.
For motors with DRIVE-CLiQ interface, the 24 V DC power
supply is provided via the DRIVE-CLiQ cables. On all other
Sensor Modules, a separate 24 V DC power supply must be
provided.
TM31
G_D212_EN_00016c
(1)
(1)
Motor with
DRIVE-CLiQ
interface
CU
320-2
Line
Module
SMC
(2)
Motor Motor
Module Module
(3)
(4)
Drive connection system
Legend
Cable
Description
(1)
DRIVE-CLiQ cables
Standard cables for cabinetinternal configuration without
24 V cores
(2)
DRIVE-CLiQ
MOTION-CONNECT
500/800 cables
MOTION-CONNECT 500
shielded cables with 24 V cores
for fixed installation (e.g. in the
cable duct),
and MOTION-CONNECT 800 for
flexible installation (e.g. in cable
carriers)
(3)
MOTION-CONNECT
500/800
signal cables
Suitable for the measuring
system in question; in versions
MOTION-CONNECT 500
shielded cables for fixed installation (e.g. in the cable duct),
and MOTION-CONNECT 800 for
flexible installation (e.g. in cable
carriers)
(4)
MOTION-CONNECT
500/800
power cables
MOTION-CONNECT 500
shielded motor cables for fixed
installation (e.g. in the cable
duct),
and MOTION-CONNECT 800 for
flexible installation (e.g. in cable
carriers)
DRIVE-CLiQ cables are available in various designs and lengths
(see MOTION-CONNECT connection systems).
The required bending radii apply particularly to short cables.
In addition to the distance between the two DRIVE-CLiQ sockets
to be connected by the cable, a cable length of at least 60 mm
(2.36 in) must be allowed for the bending radii. For definition
of lengths of pre-assembled cables, refer to chapter
MOTION-CONNECT connection systems.
Unused DRIVE-CLiQ sockets can be protected with a blanking
plug. Suitable blanking plugs are supplied in the accessories
pack for the units.
Mechanical configuration of the drive
A SINAMICS S drive line-up comprises of a Line Module, Motor
Modules, DC link components, a Control Unit, and the optional
expansion modules.
G_D211_EN_00136
Specification of components for connection system
Line
Module
Motor Module
high
power
Braking
Module
Capacitor
Module
Control
Supply
Module
13
low
power
Power-oriented arrangement of booksize format Motor Modules
• The Control Unit configuration is flexible. The following
configuration options are possible:
- "Docking" on the left-hand side of the Line Module
- Direct mounting next to the drive line-up on a mounting plate
- Mounting in other cabinet areas, taking the permissible
DRIVE-CLiQ cable lengths into account
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Mechanical configuration of the drive system
■ Configuration
Configuration of a drive line-up in chassis format
• The Motor Modules must be positioned to the left or right of the
Line Module with decreasing rated currents (i.e. the Motor
Module with the highest rated current is positioned next to the
Line Module on the left or right, while the Motor Module with
the lowest rated current is at the end). You must ensure that
the cables/busbars for the DC link meet the current-carrying
capacity requirements for all connected Motor Modules.
• The inductance of the DC link busbars must be low, achieved,
for example, by arranging the bars as close as possible in
parallel, but observing the required creepage distances and
air gaps.
• The Control Unit configuration is flexible. The following
configuration options are possible:
- "Docking" on the left-hand side of the Line Module
- Direct mounting next to the drive line-up on a mounting plate
- Mounting in other cabinet areas, taking the permissible
DRIVE-CLiQ cable lengths into account
Configuration of a mixed drive line-up in chassis and
booksize formats
A mixed drive line-up must be configured according to the rules
for chassis format units. The Motor Modules in booksize format
can be connected to the higher-level DC link busbars by means
of DC link rectifier adapters. With (A), each Motor Module in
booksize format is connected using the appropriate DC link
rectifier adapter. With (B), Motor Modules in booksize format are
connected to one another with the internal DC link busbars and
a DC link rectifier adapter is used on the last Motor Module to
make the connection to the higher-level DC link busbars. In the
latter case, the DC link rectifier adapter must be attached to the
last Motor Module on the right-hand side of the line. As regards
the arrangement of modules with different current ratings, the
guidelines specified under "Configuration of a drive line-up in
booksize format" also apply to mixed drive line-ups.
B
Motor
Module
Motor
Module
Active
Active
Interface Line
Module Module
Motor
Module
Motor
Module
Motor
Active Active Motor Motor
Module Interface Line Module Module
Module Module
low
power
high
power
high
power
Motor Motor
Module Module
high
power
Motor
Module
high
power
low
power
Motor
Modules
A
G_D211_EN_00134
G_D211_EN_00022a
DC interface
low
power
low
power
Ideally, the entire length of the higher-level DC link busbars can
be dimensioned for the rated DC link current of the Line Module.
The busbars are then protected by the line fuses at the infeed
end.
If the cross section of the DC link busbars or cabling is reduced,
this branch must be designed to be short-circuit-proof. The
current limiting mechanism of the Motor Modules connected to
the branch with reduced cross section then protects it against
overloading. It is not advisable to reduce busbars or cables
down to the mandatory minimum cross section. No additional
overload protection (fuse) is required on the assumption that
overloading cannot occur as a result of cable damage on the
cable route to the Motor Module and that the circuit branch is
protected against overloading by the Motor Module.
Where the cross section has been significantly reduced, or the
circuit design is not inherently short-circuit-proof, a branch fuse
must be installed at the beginning of the section with reduced
cross section in order to protect the DC link connections involved. In the event of a fault, the fuse must be capable of
interrupting DC fault currents; other types of miniature circuitbreakers are not suitable.
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Mechanical configuration of the drive system
■ Configuration
Allocation of branch fuses for option (A) in a supply system with
grounded neutral (TN system). The calculations are based on
the assumption that τ = L/R < 10 ms applies to the time constant
τ in the DC fault circuit and that the fault current is interrupted by
the fuse after a maximum of 1 s.
Motor Module
booksize format
Irated
Recommended cable cross
DC link rectifier
section for Cu conductors and
adapter
PVC insulation with a permissible operating temperature of
70 °C (158 °F) on the conductor
Branch fuse
A
mm2
Order No.
A
Order No.
3
2.5
6SL3162-2BD00-0AA0
16
3NE1813-0
5
2.5
16
3NE1813-0
9
4
35
3NE1803-0
18
10
63
3NE1818-0
30
10
80
3NE1820-0
45
35
125
3NE1022-0
60
70
160
3NE1224-0
85
95
200
3NE1225-0
132
95
315
3NE1230-0
400
3NE1332-0
20
3NE1814-0
6SL3162-2BM00-0AA0
200
95
2×3
2.5
2×5
4
35
3NE1803-0
2×9
10
63
3NE1818-0
2 × 18
10
125
3NE1022-0
6SL3162-2BD00-0AA0
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Heat dissipation
■ Configuration
Mandatory minimum installation clearances
Ventilation clearances for Sensor Modules and Terminal Modules
Ventilation clearances for blocksize format components
G_D211_EN_00135a
s
Mounting surface
G_D212_EN_00025
Mounting surface
Sensor Modules and Terminal Modules can be mounted directly
adjacent to one another.
When mounted on the wall, line reactors and line filters require a
ventilation space of 100 mm (4 in) above and below respectively.
a
Discharged air
Size
a
s
d
FSA
FSB
FSC
FSD
FSE
FSF
100
100
125
300
300
350
30
40
50
-
30
30
30
30
30
Cooling air
a
50
(1.97 in)
50
Cooling air
(1.97 in)
d
Discharged air
The PM340 Power Modules can be mounted side by side without
sub-chassis components up to an ambient temperature of
40 °C (55 °F). In combination with sub-chassis components
and at ambient temperatures of > 40 °C (max. 55 °C)
(> 55 °F (max. 131 °F)), the specified lateral minimum clearances must be observed. Where combinations of different frame
sizes are concerned, the longer of the two clearances shall
apply. A clearance of 30 mm (1.18 in) must be provided at the
front and to the left of the mounted Control Unit or Control Unit
Adapter on frame sizes FSB to FSF.
Ventilation clearances for booksize format components with internal air cooling
G_D211_EN_00211
Discharged air
80 mm
(3.15 in)
Mounting surface
Mounting surface
Discharged air
Cooling air
80 mm
(3.15 in)
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50 mm
(1.97 in)
Line Modules 5 kW to 55 kW
Active Interface Modules
Motor Modules up to 85 A
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Motor Modules 132 A and 200 A
80 mm
(3.15 in)
G_D212_EN_00023
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System description — Dimensioning
Heat dissipation
■ Configuration
Ventilation clearances for booksize format components
with external air cooling
Ventilation clearances for chassis format components
Basic Line Modules
G_D211_EN_00023
G_D211_EN_00212
250
(9.84 in)
Mounting surface
80 mm
(3.15 in)
Cooling air
Cooling air
150
(5.9 in)
80 mm
(3.15 in)
Cooling air
Cool. air
Discharged air
Disch. air
Discharged air
Ventilation clearances for chassis format components
G_D211_EN_00024
Discharged air
250
(9.84 in)
Discharged air
250
(9.84 in)
G_D211_EN_00025
Cooling air
Cooling air
150
(5.9 in)
Cooling air
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Active Interface Modules in frame sizes HI and JI
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System description — Dimensioning
Heat dissipation
■ Configuration
Ventilation clearances for chassis format components
250
(9.84 in)
Discharged air
G_D211_EN_00027
250
(9.84 in)
G_D211_EN_00026
Discharged air
Discharged air
150
(5.9 in)
Cooling air
Power Modules, Motor Modules and Active Line Modules in frame sizes
FX and GX
150
(5.9 in)
Cooling air
Cooling air
Cooling air
Active Line Modules in frame sizes HX and JX
Motor Modules in frame sizes HX and JX
Calculation of internal control cabinet temperature
Control cabinet with forced ventilation
In a control cabinet with forced ventilation, the heat loss Pv
passes to the through-flowing air that then rises in temperature
by Δϑ. In the time interval Δt, the air absorbs the heat
Q = c × m × Δϑ = Pv × Δt, and at the same time the air volume V
flows through the control cabinet (c is the specific heat capacity
of the air). Mass m and volume V are linked via density
ρ. m = ρ × V applies. Used in the above formula, the following
equation results: Pv = c × r × (V/Δt) × Δϑ
The heat loss Pv, that can be dissipated by forced ventilation, is
thus proportional to the volume flow
Tc
Pv
V = V/Δt that the fan drives through the control cabinet
and the permissible rise in temperature Δϑ = Tc-Ta
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The heat capacity and density of the air depend on the humidity
level and atmospheric pressure. For this reason, the equation is
dependent on other parameters. To estimate the level of control
cabinet heating in a typical industrial environment,
c = 1 kJ/kg × K and ρ = 1.2 kg/m3 can be assumed. This results
in the following quantity equation:
Pv [W] = 1200 × V [m3/s] × ϑ [K]
where Δϑ = Tc-Ta
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V
Ta
G_D211_XX_00228
The temperature Tc as the ambient temperature of the components in the interior of the control cabinet can be estimated with
the formula given and must be checked by means of measurements for each application because local hot spots can form,
e.g. in close proximity to a heat source or heat accumulation
through unfavorable air circulation.
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Heat dissipation
■ Configuration
Control cabinet without forced ventilation
A control cabinet without forced ventilation conducts the heat
loss Pv generated in the interior to the surrounding air (external
temperature Ta) via the surface.
For the heat flow Q in the steady state, the following applies:
Q = k × A × ϑ=
Pv
k is the heat transfer coefficient, A is the effective cooling surface
of the control cabinet, and Δϑ is the temperature difference
between the internal cabinet temperature and the external
temperature Δϑ = Tc-Ta
The transfer of heat through the walls of the control cabinet is
determined by the heat transfer of the interior air to the cabinet
wall, heat conduction within the cabinet wall and heat transfer
from the cabinet wall to the external air. The heat transfer must
be calculated by the heat transfer coefficient α, and heat conduction by the heat conductivity λ and the thickness d of the
cabinet wall. The resulting equation for the possible heat loss Pv
is: Pv = [1/(1/αi + d/λ + 1/αa)] × A × Δϑ = k × A × Δϑ
Pv = k × A × Δϑ
Typical values for the heat transfer coefficient k in the case of
control cabinets with walls of painted stainless steel which are
up to 2 mm (0.08 in) thick:
k value
approx. 3 W/(m2 × K)
Non-circulating air in the control cabinet
and non-circulating external air
αi = αa = 6 W/(m2 × K)
approx. 5.2 W/(m2 × K)
Circulating air in the control cabinet and
non-circulating external air
αi = 40 W/(m2 × K); αa = 6 W/(m2 × K)
The calculating procedures of IEC 60890 (VDE 0660 Part 507)
can be used for determining the ambient temperature Tc in the
interior of the control cabinet. All heat sources in the control
cabinet must be taken into account in the calculation, e.g. Line
Modules, Motor Modules, power supplies, filters, reactors. It is
important to determine the effective cooling surface dependent
on the method of setting up the control cabinet. The standard
can also be used for control cabinets with ventilation openings
(natural convection).
The estimated temperature Tc and the temperature distribution in
the control cabinet must be checked with measurements for
every application since local hot spots can form, e.g. in close
proximity to a heat source or heat accumulation.
Temperature distribution
Height
Heat
conduction
Transfer of heat
Tc
Tc
Heat
transfer
Pv
i
Ta
Heat
transfer
a
Ta
G_D211_EN_00229
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System description — Dimensioning
Heat dissipation
■ Configuration
Control cabinet with air conditioner
The control cabinet emits heat via its surface and the air
conditioner.
All calculated maximum temperatures must be ensured by
means of measurements under realistic load conditions after
setup of the system.
Manufacturers provide information on the design of the air
conditioner, e.g. Rittal:
www.rittal.de/produkte/system-klimatisierung/index.asp
Control cabinet
Heat conduction foil
Control cabinet with cold plate cooling
Devices with cold plate cooling dissipate part of the generated
heat losses to the surrounding air in the control cabinet (Pv int).
However, the greatest part is dissipated as Pv ext via the backplane designed as a cooling surface – the cold plate – to the
external heat sink. The heat losses Pv ext heat the cold plate to
the temperature Th that is linked via the thermal resistance Rth
with the temperature Text of the external heat sink:
Th = Rth × Pv ext + Text
To ensure the specified value for the thermal resistance Rth, the
supplied heat conduction foil must be used between the cold
plate and the external heat sink, the device must be screwed
together with the specified tightening torque, and the surface
finish of the external heat sink must be maintained. The temperature difference between the cold plate and the external heat
sink (Th - Text) must not exceed 40 K, since otherwise mechanical warping can result. The devices with a width of 300 mm
(11.81 in) are preferred in cold plate cooling for clocked applications that only briefly require the full rated current, but run on
average with a smaller load, corresponding to the derating or
less.
For the heat losses Pv int given off in the control cabinet, one of
the previously named calculation methods can be used for
calculating the internal control cabinet temperature Tc.
External heat sink
Cold plate
P v int
R th
Th
Text
Pv ext
Pv ext
Ta
Tc
SINAMICS S120
Cold plate cooling
G_D211_EN_00230
You must ensure that the temperature Text of the external heat
sink does not exceed the defined limit value on the surface
contacting the heat conduction foil. Recommended external
heat sink, e.g. Rittal DCP – Direct Cooling Package
www.rittal.de
Condensation protection with cold plate cooling
On devices with cold plate cooling, warm surrounding air can
condense on the cold surface of the external heat sink. The
resulting condensate can cause electrical damage such as leakage current bridges and flashovers. The volume of condensate
must be minimized by means of an appropriate temperature of
the external heat sink by always maintaining the temperature of
the heat sink above the dew point of the surrounding air. This can
be achieved either by a permanently set and correspondingly
high temperature, or by controlling the temperature of the heat
sink in accordance with the surrounding air.
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Siemens Industry Training
SINAMICS training courses
SIMOTION training courses
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Applicable practical know-how
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Control cabinets
Control cabinet certification
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Delivery of spare parts
Delivery as exchange product
Repair
Product upgrade service
General overhaul
Function check
Return of diagnostic parts
Stock reduction in spare parts store
Extended spare part availability
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Industry Services for the entire life cycle
Industry Online Support
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General documentation
SINAMICS S120
Motors for SINAMICS
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Services and documentation
Applications
■ Overview
Advice on applications and implementation
We offer a variety of consultation services to help you find the
optimum solution for the SIMOTION/SINAMICS application you
want to implement:
The quotation phase includes
• clarification of technical questions
• discussion of machine concepts and customer-specific
solutions
• selection of suitable technology and
• suggestions for implementation.
A technical feasibility study is also performed at the outset. In
this way, difficult points of the application can be identified and
solved early on. If desired, we also configure and implement
your application as a complete solution including control cabinet
from a single source.
During the implementation phase a number of proven standards
can be applied. This saves engineering costs.
The system can be commissioned by experienced, competent
personnel, if required. This saves time and trouble.
Our understanding of an application is the customer-specific
solution of an automation task based on standard hardware and
software components. In this respect, industry knowledge and
technological expertise are just as important as expert knowledge about how our products and systems work. We are setting
ourselves this challenge with more than 160 application engineers at 20 locations in 13 countries.
Application centers
We currently have application centers in:
• Germany:
Head Office Erlangen and 6 German regions, e.g. in Munich,
Nuremberg, Stuttgart, Mannheim, Frankfurt, Chemnitz,
Cologne, Bielefeld, Bremen, Hanover, Hamburg
• Italy: Bologna, Milan
• USA: Atlanta
• China: Beijing, Shanghai
• France: Paris
• Turkey: Istanbul
• India: Mumbai
• Switzerland: Zurich
• United Kingdom: Manchester
• Brazil: Sao Paulo
• Japan: Tokyo, Osaka
• The Netherlands: The Hague
• Denmark: Ballerup
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These application centers specialize in the use of
SIMOTION/SINAMICS. You therefore can rely on automation and
drive specialists for implementing successful applications. By
involving your personnel at an early stage in the process, we can
provide a solid basis for rapid knowledge transfer, maintenance
and further development of your automation solution.
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If servicing is required, we can support you on site or via teleservice. For further information about servicing, please see
"Industry Services".
On-site application training
Training for the implemented applications can also be organized
and carried out on site. This training for machine manufacturers
and their customers does not deal with individual products, but
the entire hardware and software system (for example, automation, drives and visualization).
From an initial concept to successful installation and
commissioning: We provide complete support for
SIMOTION/SINAMICS! Contact your Siemens representative.
■ More information
For more information, go to:
www.siemens.com/motioncontrol/apc
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Services and documentation
Training
Siemens Industry Training
■ Overview
Faster and more applicable know-how:
Hands on training from the manufacturer
Siemens Industry Training provides you with comprehensive
support in solving your tasks.
Training by the market leader in the industry enables you to
make independent decisions with confidence. Especially where
the optimum and efficient use of products and plants are concerned. You can eliminate deficiencies in existing plants, and
exclude expensive faulty planning right from the beginning.
■ Overview (continued)
Highlights Siemens Industry Training
Top trainers
Our trainers are skilled teachers with direct practical experience.
Course developers have close contact with product development, and directly pass on their knowledge to the trainers.
Practical experience
The practical experience of our trainers enables them to teach
theory effectively. But since theory can be pretty drab, we attach
great importance to practical exercises which can comprise up
to half of of the course time. You can therefore immediately implement your new knowledge in practice. We train you on stateof-the-art methodically/didactically designed training equipment. This training approach will give you all the confidence you
need.
Wide variety
With a total of about 300 local attendance courses, we train the
complete range of Siemens Industry products as well as interaction of the products in systems.
Tailor-made training
We are only a short distance away. You can find us at more
than 50 locations in Germany, and in 62 countries worldwide.
You wish to have individual training instead of one of our
300 courses? Our solution: We will provide a program tailored
exactly to your personal requirements. Training can be carried
out in our Training Centers or at your company.
First-class know-how directly pays for itself: In shorter startup
times, high-quality end products, faster troubleshooting and
reduced downtimes. In other words, increased profits and lower
costs.
Achieve more with Siemens Industry Training
• Shorter times for startup, maintenance and servicing
• Optimized production operations
• Reliable configuration and startup
• Minimization of plant downtimes
• Flexible plant adaptation to market requirements
• Compliance with quality standards in production
• Increased employee satisfaction and motivation
• Shorter familiarization times following changes in technology
and staff
The right mixture: Blended learning
"Blended learning" is a combination of various training media
and sequences. For example, a local attendance course in a
Training Center can be optimally supplemented by a teach-yourself program as preparation or follow-up. Additional effect:
Reduced traveling costs and periods of absence.
■ Contact
Visit our site on the Internet at:
www.siemens.com/sitrain
or let us advise you personally. You can request our latest
training catalog from:
Siemens Industry Training
Customer Support Germany:
Phone: +49 (911) 895-7575
Fax:
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E-Mail: [email protected]
Training office, US
Phone: 1-800-241-44 53
E-mail: [email protected]
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Services and documentation
Training
SINAMICS training courses
■ Overview
This provides an overview of the training courses available for
the SINAMICS S120 drive system.
Training courses for SINAMICS S120 drive system
The courses are modular in design and are intended for a variety
of target groups as well as individual customer requirements.
The system overview will acquaint decision-makers and sales
personnel with the system very quickly.
The configuration course provides all the information you need
to configure the drive system.
The basic and follow-up courses are sure to provide all the
technical knowledge service engineers will need for servicing/
commissioning motion control applications, communication and
extended functions such as DCC and Safety Integrated.
All courses contain as many practical exercises as possible in
order to enable intensive and direct training on the drive system
and with the tools in small groups.
You will find further information about course contents and dates
in Catalog ITC and on the Internet.
Title
Target group
(all courses are available
in English and German)
Decision
makers,
sales
personnel
Project
managers,
project team
members
Programmers Commissioning
engineers,
configuring
engineers
Service
personnel
Duration
Short title
5 days
SD-GAT
2 days
DR-SN-UEB
5 days
DR-SNS-PRJ
Maintenance
personnel
Basic courses
Basics of
Drive Systems
✓
SINAMICS
System Overview
✓
✓
SINAMICS S120
Engineering
✓
✓
SINAMICS S120
Service and Commissioning
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
SINAMICS S120
Maintenance
✓
✓
5 days
DR-SNS-SI
✓
✓
5 days
DR-SNS-IH
Advanced courses
SINAMICS S120
Drive Control Chart and
Basic Positioner
✓
SINAMICS S120
Servicing Chassis Units
✓
✓
3 days
DR-SNS-DCC
✓
✓
2 days
DR-SNS-CHA
2 days
DR-SNS-SAF
5 days
DR-SN-COM
SINAMICS S120
Safety Integrated
✓
✓
✓
SINAMICS
Communication
✓
✓
✓
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Services and documentation
Training
SIMOTION training courses
■ Overview
The SITRAIN training courses for SIMOTION offer a broad
spectrum of courses that makes users fit for their tasks in project
engineering, commissioning and maintenance. The standard
courses are offered in Nuremberg-Moorenbrunn or also somewhere close to you. We also offer customer-specific courses in
our training centers or at the customer site.
Training courses for SIMOTION Motion Control System
The practical exercises are based on the course content and are
performed on specially developed and well-equipped training
devices.
You will find further information about course contents and dates
in Catalog ITC and on the Internet.
Title
Target group
(all courses are available
in English and German)
Decision
makers,
sales
personnel
SIMOTION
Overview Course
✓
Project
Programmanagers, mers
project
team
members
CommisService
sioning
personnel
engineers,
configuring engineers
✓
SIMOTION System and
Programming Course
✓
✓
SIMOTION
Programming Course
✓
✓
SIMOTION and
SINAMICS S120
Maintenance
✓
✓
Duration
Short title
3 days
MC-SMO-UEB
5 days
MC-SMO-SYS
5 days
MC-SMO-PRG
5 days
MC-SMO-IH
Operating Maintepersonnel, nance
users
personnel
✓
✓
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Siemens Automation Cooperates with Education
Applicable practical know-how
■ Comprehensive teaching support for educational institutions
Particular highlight: the new SIMATIC PCS 7 curriculums and
trainer packages. Using plant simulation, you can pass on basic,
practice-oriented PCS 7 knowledge at universities within about
60 hours (= 1 semester).
www.siemens.com/sce/documents
Trainer packages for hands-on learning
Siemens Automation Cooperates with Education (SCE)
offers a global system for sustained support of technical skills.
SCE supports educational institutions in their teaching assignment in the industrial automation sector and offers added value
in the form of partnerships, technical expertise, and know-how.
As the technological leader, our comprehensive range of services can support you in the transfer of industrial knowledge.
Our services at a glance
• Training curriculums for your lessons
• Trainer packages for hands-on learning
• Courses convey up-to-date, specialist knowledge
• Support for your projects/textbooks
• Complete didactic solutions from our partners for your lessons
• Personal contact for individual support
Training curriculums for your lessons
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Use our profound industrial know-how for practice-oriented
and individual design of your course. We offer you more than
90 didactically prepared training documents on the topics of
automation and drives technology free of charge. These materials are perfectly matched to your curricula and syllabuses, and
optimally suited for use with our trainer packages. This takes into
account all aspects of a modern industrial solution: installation,
configuration, programming, and commissioning. All documents, including projects, can be individually matched to your
specific requirements.
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Our SCE trainer packages offer a specific combination of original industrial components which are perfectly matched to your
requirements and can be conveniently used in your course.
These price reduced bundles available exclusively to schools
include innovative and flexible hardware and software packages. SCE can currently offers more than 80 SCE trainer packages including related equipment. These cover both the factory
and process automation sectors. You can use them to impart the
complete course contents on industrial automation at a very low
cost.
Trainer packages are available for:
• Introduction to automation technology with LOGO! compact
controller and SIMATIC S7-1200
• PLC engineering with SIMATIC S7 hardware and
STEP 7 software
• Operator control and monitoring with SIMATIC HMI
• Industrial networking over bus systems with SIMATIC NET
• Sensor systems with VISION, RFID, and SIWAREX
• Process automation with SIMATIC PCS 7
• Networked drive and motion technologies with SINAMICS and
SIMOTION
• CNC programming with SinuTrain
Important ordering notes:
Only the following institutions are authorized to obtain trainer
packages: vocational schools, Colleges and Universities,
in-house vocational training departments, non commercial
research institutions and non commercial training departments.
To purchase a trainer package, you require a specific end-use
certificate, which you can obtain from your regional sales office.
www.siemens.com/sce/tp
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Siemens Automation Cooperates with Education
Applicable practical know-how
■ Comprehensive teaching support for educational institutions (continued)
Courses convey up-to-date specialist knowledge
We can provide you with consulting for selected projects and
support from your personal SCE contact as well as our web
based and regional Customer Support.
As a particular service, SCE supports technical authors with
our know-how as well as with intensive technical consulting.
Siemens library of special textbooks covering the industrial
automation sector provides an additional resource for you and
your students. These can be found at the SCE web site.
www.siemens.com/sce/contact
www.siemens.com/sce/books
Complete didactic solutions for your lessons
Profit from our excellent know-how as the leader in industrial
technologies. We offer you specific courses for automation and
drive technology worldwide. These support you in the practiceoriented transferring of product and system know-how, are in
conformance with curriculums, and derived from the training
fields. Compact technical courses especially for use at universities are also available.
Our range of courses comprises a wide variety of training
modules based on the principle of Totally Integrated Automation
(TIA). The focus is on the same subject areas as with the SCE
trainer packages.
Every PLC and drive course is oriented on state-of-the-art
technology. Your graduates can thus be prepared optimally
for their future professional life.
Our partners for learning systems offer a wide range of training
systems and solutions for use in your courses or laboratory.
www.siemens.com/sce/contact
These models have been designed based on our trainer packages and thus save you the time and cost of self-construction of
individual components. The Partner systems provide you with
simple and effective help in the fulfillment of your teaching
assignment.
Support for your projects/textbooks
www.siemens.com/sce/partner
In some countries we are offering classes based on our training
documents. Please inquire with your SCE contact partner.
Contact for individual support
You can find your personal SCE contact on our Internet site.
Your local SCE Promoter will answer all your questions concerning the complete SCE offering, and provide you with timely and
competent information about innovations. When you encounter
challenges, you can profit from our global team of excellence.
If a direct SCE contact is not listed for your country, please
contact your local Siemens office.
www.siemens.com/sce/contact
SCE Support Finder for your Internet request
You are an educator and need support on the topic of industry
automation? Send us your request now:
www.siemens.com/sce/supportfinder
Automation and drive technology is characterized by continuous
and rapid developments. Service and Support therefore play an
important role.
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Mechatronic Support
■ Overview
■ Selection and ordering data
Achieve the optimum machine quicker and more efficiently
with Mechatronic Support
The Mechatronic Support service ensures that already at the
design stage of new machines, all the systems involved in
mechanics, electronics, and IT are tested and optimized in a
simulation environment in terms of their functionality and interaction, before they are actually built.
Mechatronic Support is thus the intelligent alternative to "trial and
error". Innovative machine concepts are mutually compared,
modified and optimized at the outset – a process which of
course also takes account of your ideas for new mechatronic
components.
Virtual simulation, real construction
With the help of the Mechatronic Support service, machinery
ideas and new developments can be mechatronically tested
and modified in a short time at low expense. The first real
prototype can be built immediately afterwards as a functioning
machine.
As the machine manufacturer, you have the benefit of shorter
development phases and faster time-to-market; or as the end
customer, you benefit from an optimized high-performance
machine solution.
■ Benefits
Shorter development times – shorter time to market
Reliable achievement of development objectives
7 Risk-free testing of innovative machine concepts
7 Higher quality and productivity from the outset
7 Get to the finished machine more quickly with specialist
support
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Description
Order No.
Consulting
Technical consultation with customer
6FC5088-1....
Machine optimization
Optimum setting of control and
drives on the customer's machine
6FC5088-2....
Machine analysis and optimization
Analysis of the machine and its limits.
Recommendations for manufacturer
6FC5088-3....
Machine simulation
Simulation of individual axes and the
dynamic response on the machine
6FC5088-4....
Machine simulation with
interpolating axes
Simulation of interpolating axes
6FC5088-5....
Machine simulation with
FE model
Modeling of machine using the
Finite Element method
6FC5088-6....
■ More information
Please contact your local Siemens sales office or Regional
Company for more information.
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Control cabinets
■ Overview
Complete equipment for machine tools and
production systems
Our supplied range of products and services also includes
complete equipment for machine tools and production systems
with all services in the process chain from consulting through to
after-sales service.
We support you in the areas of engineering, production and
logistics:
Engineering support
Siemens supports you with advice on design in accordance with
standards and concepts for drive systems, control, operation
and safety.
Our engineers configure for you in EPLAN P8 and other commonly used CAD systems, execute projects designed to cost
and adapt your documents where necessary to UL or new
systems.
Our Technical Competence Center Cabinets in Chemnitz
supports you with selecting and optimizing the suitable control
cabinet air-conditioning system. Apart from calculation and
simulation, we also use instrumentation testing in our heat
laboratory with load simulation.
We also offer the following services:
• Vibration measurements and control cabinet certification in
the field
• Measurement of conducted interference voltages in
our laboratory
Cabinet engineering
Production at a high level of quality
Complete equipment is manufactured at a high industrial level.
This means:
• Examining consistency of the job documentation
• Checking for adherence to current regulations
• Collision check in 3D layout, taking into account the free
space required thermally and electrically
• Automatic preparation of enclosures, cables and
cable bundles
• Automated inspection and shipment free of faults
• Documentation and traceability
• Declaration of conformity regarding the Low-Voltage Directive
and manufacturer's declaration on machinery directive
• UL label on request
Testing in the heat laboratory
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Control cabinets
■ Overview (continued)
Superior logistics
Everything from a single source offers you the following
advantages:
• Cost savings for procurement, stockkeeping, financing
• Reduction in throughput times
• Just-in-time delivery
Individual support and maximum flexibility
Our technical consultants for complete equipment support
customers and sales departments in the various regions.
Our control cabinet customers are supported in the Systems
Engineering Plant Chemnitz (WKC) by ordering centers and
production teams that are permanently assigned to customers.
Distance does not present a problem; we also use web cams for
consulting our customers.
Customer-specific logistics models, flexible production capacity
and production areas as well as change management in all
process phases ensure maximum flexibility.
Customized supplementary products
As part of its complete equipment program, Siemens also offers
the development and construction of customized supplementary products, e.g. special operator panels and power supply
systems.
Liability for defects
Worldwide repair service
Of course we accept the same liability for defects for our complete equipment as for our SINUMERIK, SIMODRIVE and
SINAMICS products.
Furthermore, you can use our worldwide repair service anywhere and at any time.
Your benefits
One partner, one quotation, one order, one delivery, one invoice,
and one contact partner for liability of defects.
For series production or individual items, Siemens is your
competent partner for complete equipment.
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Control cabinets
Control cabinet certification
■ Overview
Increase plant availability through certification of
control cabinets
With our control cabinet certification service, we offer to inspect
the control cabinet documentation to ascertain compliance with
the planning guidelines defined for the components. You receive
the result of the inspection in the form of a report which contains
specific recommendations as to how the control cabinet design
needs to be improved.
With this information as a guide, the control cabinet design can
be improved and the cabinet subsequently constructed to the
highest quality standards.
When the machine manufacturer has completed assembling the
control cabinet, the control cabinet design is inspected and
subsequently certified at the manufacturer's site.
This certification process is primarily intended for series control
cabinets, but could also be applied to single cabinets.
Certification sequence
• Inspection of the control cabinet documentation and presentation of results in a report
• Inspection of a fully assembled control cabinet with inspection
report and certification at the manufacturer's site
(single cabinet or sample of a series control cabinet)
• In the case of a series control cabinet, another inspection is
performed on a cabinet from the type series after approximately 12 months.
■ Benefits
The control cabinet certification service helps to ensure a high
quality of cabinet design, to prevent early failure of components as a result, for example, of inadequate cooling and to
detect potential EMC problems.
7 Certified control cabinet quality
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■ Selection and ordering data
Description
Order No.
Visual inspection of control cabinet
schematic diagrams
6FC8500-0BX01-0AA0
Inspection result report to the
control cabinet designer
Individual certification
On-site inspection of control cabinet
6FC8500-0EE01-0AA0
Each additional control cabinet
6FC8500-0EE02-0AA0
Series certification
On-site inspection of control cabinet
• Up to 10 control cabinets
6FC8500-0SE01-0AA0
• Up to 20 control cabinets
6FC8500-0SE02-0AA0
• Up to 30 control cabinets
6FC8500-0SE03-0AA0
• Up to 50 control cabinets
6FC8500-0SE05-0AA0
• Up to 100 control cabinets
6FC8500-0SE10-0AA0
• More than 100 control cabinets
6FC8500-0SE11-0AA0
Follow-up for series certification
Repeat certification after
12 months
6FC8500-0FE01-0AA0
■ More information
Please contact your local Siemens sales office or Regional
Company for more information.
Contact information is available on the Internet at:
www.siemens.com/automation/partner
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Repair service contract RSC
■ Overview
Faulty components4) are replaced free-of-charge within the
agreed contract period. See under Service exclusions.
Contract prerequisites
• Final destination certificate
• Data backup at the user
• Parts lists for the individual components with order numbers
and serial numbers.
• Access to machine/components6)
RSC description of performance
In the context of the repair service contract (RSC), Siemens
eliminates faults on components from Siemens Industry Sector,
I IA&DT specified in the contract (with the exception of complete
motor spindles) at the machine location on behalf of the machine
tool/production machinery manufacturer and dealer.
RSC services
• Provision of servicing personnel
• On-site diagnostics
• On-site troubleshooting
• Proof of troubleshooting
Diagnostics refers to the components specified in the parts list
of the final destination certificate. Diagnostics is carried out on
the basis of a technical fault message clarified in advance by the
manufacturer or dealer with specification of the contract number.
Troubleshooting is carried out by repairing and/or replacing
faulty components. In the event of a machine standstill, troubleshooting is carried out with the response time specified for the
country group.
Within the agreed contract period, faulty components which
were not older than 12 months at the beginning of the repair
service contract will be replaced free-of-charge.
Siemens provides qualified personnel for diagnostics and
troubleshooting of our products. If mechanical work is also
necessary, this must be provided or arranged by the manufacturer/dealer. Example: dismounting/mounting of motors or
other mechanical components.
The services are provided during the usual working hours in the
country of installation. Waiting times not caused by Siemens –
longer than an hour – will be invoiced separately. The service request must be made via the organization that signed the RSC.
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Spare parts are provided from our central or regional spare
parts warehouses using our worldwide spare parts logistics infrastructure. All essential spare parts are stocked in our central
spare parts stores. Regional spare parts warehouses are
adapted to include the components specified in the final
destination certificate1).
The following components are not defined as spare parts:
• Motors2)
• Cables3)
• Special or customer-specific modules and components not
available from Siemens as spare parts.
The manufacturer/dealer provides the final destination information in good time prior to commencement of the contract, and
ensures that all machine data is backed up and available at the
user. Particular data for the final destination certificate are:
Machine No., machine type, machining technology, control
system, drive system, number of measuring circuits, data for
OEM application, date of commissioning at end user's site,
country of end user, if possible full address of end user and parts
list of components used with order number and serial number.
RSC certificate
As the RSC contract partner, the manufacturer or dealer is
provided with a certificate with contract number (the contract
number must be specified when requesting service) once the
final destination certificate has been handed over (prerequisite
for provision of services at the end customer site). This certificate contains the contract number and essential contract data
such as machine number, machine type, contract start date,
contract end date, and address for the provision of services.
Period of validity
The RSC commences on the date registered with Siemens for
completion of the second commissioning procedure at the end
customer site, and ends on expiry of the selected RSC period5).
Contract periods
The RSC is offered for the period of liability (warranty period) that
our customers (manufacturers/dealers) provide to their end
customers. Different RSC periods permit various market requirements to be addressed. In the case of RSC periods exceeding
the limitation period originally granted for Siemens I IA&DT components, the limitation period is extended with respect to claims
for subsequent fulfillment of performance, with the exception of
further rights and claims, in line with the extended RSC period.
Service exclusions
The contract shall not be deemed to have been performed in all
cases of subclause VIII./7 Quality defects of the "General conditions of supply and delivery for the electrical industry"4). In the
case of parts subject to wear (e.g., motor bearings and fans or
cables), replacements will be provided free-of-charge within
12 months of commencement of the RSC in the case of proper
use, irrespective of the actual duration of the RSC.
Export license
Fulfillment of the service call may be subject to authorization due
to the application or the type of replacement parts, equipment
and documentation required. The service call is, therefore,
subject to the granting of the necessary export licenses and the
absence of any other obstacles relating to German or other
applicable export regulations.
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Repair service contract RSC
■ Overview (continued)
■ Benefits
Country list
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The repair service is offered for the following countries:
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Continent
Country/region
Country group 1
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Americas
Brazil, Mexico, USA
Asia
China, India, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan,
Thailand
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Australia
Australia
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Europe
Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic,
Denmark, Finland, France, Germany,
Great Britain, Hungary, Italy, Liechtenstein,
Luxembourg, Monaco, the Netherlands, Poland,
Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden,
Switzerland, Turkey
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Protection against unknown costs with a fixed price
RSC can be synchronized with the machine warranty period
Planning certainty and calculable costs
Easier processing of servicing jobs
High machine availability thanks to a fast response to machine
faults (contract priority)
Reduced downtime thanks to stored product, final destination
and contract information
RSC can be ordered for machine deliveries to numerous
countries
Worldwide service infrastruture with experienced service
personnel
Country group 2
Africa
South Africa
Americas
Argentina, Canada
Asia
Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore
Australia
New Zealand
Europe
Bulgaria, Estonia, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania,
Norway, Slovenia
Country group 3
Africa
Egypt
Americas
Bolivia, Chile, Columbia, Costa Rica, Ecuador,
El Salvador, Panama, Peru, Venezuela
Asia
Israel, Pakistan, Philippines, United Arab
Emirates (Dubai), Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait, Oman,
Saudi Arabia, Vietnam
Europe
Belarus, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Greece,
Malta, Macedonia, Russia, Serbia and
Montenegro, Ukraine
Countries not listed
Remaining countries
For customers with framework contracts only.
Response time
As a rule, the following response times apply when the RSC is
implemented in the case of a machine standstill:
1)
Country group
CG 1
Next working day
CG 2
Within two working days
CG 3
Depending on country-specific conditions
Countries
not listed
Depending on country-specific conditions,
only for customers with framework contracts for
the price of the individual contract
We define the response time as the time from when your clarified
order is placed until our service engineer starts to travel to the
site stated in the order, or until troubleshooting commences
using teleservice. The specified response times apply to "technically clarified fault notifications" within the usual working hours
of the region (e.g. Monday to Friday 8:00 to 17:00) excluding
public holidays.
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6)
Since the export of standard versions (components/system) is subject
to a time-consuming official approval procedure, which applies in equal
measure to the supply of such components for the purpose of servicing
and spare parts supply, we recommend supply of the export version
wherever possible. This applies in particular in cases where the control
can be exported without official approval after the machine manufacturer
has installed it in a machine tool. Please note in this regard the Export
control information.
For selected motors, we centrally stock components for fast delivery in
Germany and the USA. These motors can be manufactured and delivered
within a few working days. You can obtain the current list from your
Siemens sales partner.
The delivery times known to you usually apply.
Examples for service exclusions:
- Non-compliance with the Siemens project engineering and user
guidelines, e.g. incorrect installation, incorrect grounding, or incorrect
operating characteristics
- Function-critical fouling, e.g. oil, conductive substances, rust
- Mechanical damage
- External electrical influence, e.g. effects of overvoltage,
compensation system without reactor or line harmonics
- Machine commissioning or optimization
- Intentional destruction
For example, in the case of an RSC with 12 months contract period,
maximum of 24 months from the transfer of risk (delivery of the
components).
The manufacturer/dealer must ensure
- that the work can be performed without delay
- problem-free access to the components including any software security
mechanisms, e.g. Lock-it! required for performing diagnosis/
troubleshooting
- that a contact is provided who can be reached at any time for
software-protected machines.
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Repair service contract RSC
Types of contract for
production machines
■ Overview
■ Selection and ordering data
Description
Order No.
Repair service contract RSC
For Siemens I IA&DT components on
production machines for countries in
country groups 1 to 3
• 12 month contract period1)
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• 24 month contract period2)
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Equipment value in €
Data handling
To improve the service availability, Siemens Drive Technologies
offers users the opportunity to register machines online and to
save what is known as an identSNAPSHOT file. In addition to the
component list and the software requirements of machines, this
also includes information for machine manufacturers/and where
relevant, dealers and end customers.
To simplify data handling, information about the final destination
certificate can be saved using the XML function of
identSNAPSHOT and transferred to Siemens using an online
registration. This data can also be kept with the machine as data
backup.
www.siemens.com/identsnapshot/register
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Max. 36 months from the transfer of risk (delivery of components).
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Spare parts services
Spare parts services
■ Overview
Delivery of spare parts
■ Overview
Operation and Maintenance
In every industry worldwide, plants and systems are required to
operate with constantly increasing reliability. Lack of a specific
spare part can result in considerable costs. We will provide you
with the support you need to prevent a standstill from occurring
in the first place: with a worldwide network and optimum logistics
chains.
Modernization
Spare Part Delivery
Exchange Delivery
Repair
General Overhaul
Functionality Check
Extended spare parts availability
G_NC01_EN_00460
Product Upgrade Service
Ordering
mode
Logistics
service
Note
Standard
Cost-optimized:
Contracted
shipping
company
Delivery within the normal
national delivery times through
the contracted shipping
company
Plant
stoppage
Time-optimized:
Express, courier,
collection
You choose the shortest
possible delivery time for
your own benefit:
• Delivery by means of collection
or courier service
• Delivery by express service
Emergency
service
Special logistics:
Courier
You can also order the spare
parts from us outside normal
working hours, as well as
on weekends or national
holidays round-the-clock.
Your delivery will arrive by
courier
Product upgrade service, general overhaul and extended spare
parts availability additionally prolong your machine runtimes
Spare parts services during the lifecycle
Siemens also provides constant support to customers after
delivery of the machines or plant. This includes spare parts,
repairs, as well as other supplementary services, and has a
positive effect on machine operating times, inventories and
costs.
When customers purchase a high-quality machine or plant, they
intend to use it as intensively as possible, preferably for three
shifts a day over many years. Under such circumstances, it is
normal for parts to fail eventually. It is essential to replace the
part as quickly as possible, because every hour of a plant stoppage costs money. To satisfy the multi-faceted requirements in
the different areas, we have created comprehensive spare parts
services.
■ Benefits
New liability for defects for the spare part
Long-term spare parts availability
7 Optimum system compatibility
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You can sign up for the spare parts service that suits your
requirements perfectly:
• Delivery of spare parts
• Delivery as exchange product
• Repair
• Product upgrade service
• General overhaul
• Function check
• Return of diagnostic parts
• Extended spare part availability and
• Stock reduction of your spare parts store
■ Benefits
Optimum price/performance ratio and top quality
Lifecycle management over the complete lifecycle
7 Outstanding quality and availability of your machine and plant
using Siemens original spare parts
7 Global network and optimized logistics chains –
24 hours a day, 365 days a year
7 Additional services from Siemens
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■ More information
More information is available on the Internet at:
www.siemens.com/motioncontrol/spareparts
For further information, please approach your contact at your
local Siemens office.
Contact information is available on the Internet at:
www.siemens.com/automation/partner
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Delivery as exchange product
■ Overview
■ Overview
In addition to the simple delivery of spare parts, with many
products, we also offer you the option of an exchange. This has
the advantage that you not only receive the spare part quickly,
but are able to return the defective device to us for a credit. You
therefore receive our spare part at the lower exchange price.
A credit will be awarded on condition that the repair code indicates that repurchasing is admissible, a replacement is obtained
from the spare parts store, and that the returned product is
repairable.
The ordering mode and logistics service determine the delivery
of spare parts:
Ordering
mode
Logistics service
Note
Standard
Cost-optimized:
Contracted
shipping
company
Delivery within the normal
national delivery times through
the contracted shipping
company
Plant
stoppage
Time-optimized:
Express, courier,
collection
You choose the shortest
possible delivery time for
your own benefit:
• Delivery by means of collection
or courier service
• Delivery by express service
Emergency
service
Repair
Special logistics:
Courier
You can also order the spare
parts from us outside normal
working hours, as well as on
weekends or national holidays
round-the-clock. Your delivery
will arrive by courier
Return
For returns, we require the following information:
• Reason for return
• If defective: detailed description of the fault
• Machine number
• Machine/system manufacturer
• End customer
We will then be able to provide you with additional information
in the repair report/inspection report regarding the diagnosis/
inspection as well as information about the completed repair.
Downtimes cause problems in the plant as well as unnecessary
costs. We can help you to reduce both to a minimum – with our
worldwide repair facilities. The advantage for you: Defects can
be rectified before they cause further harm.
Repair is a favorable option when you have specific reasons
for not replacing the defective device or part with a new one
(delivery as exchange product).
We maintain a global network of Siemens repair shops and certified partners to ensure that we will always be able to process
your repairs quickly.
We can offer you different types of repair depending on your
requirements:
Normal repair
Normal repair at standard conditions normally takes 10 working
days following receipt of the defective item at our repair shop.
Fast repair
In particularly urgent cases, we offer you the option of a fast
repair within 1 or 2 working days for many products at additional
cost.
Turnaround repair
With a turnaround repair, we organize on your behalf collection
of the device/component to be repaired.
Mobile repair service
We come to you and perform the required repairs on site, for
example, when the device/component cannot be removed due
to its weight.
Function repair
A function repair is the same as a normal repair but excludes the
repair of cosmetic defects, e.g. scratches, labels, discoloration.
The conditions applicable to function repairs should be observed in this case.
For repairs, we require the following information:
• Reason for return
• If defective: detailed fault report
• Machine number
• Machine/system manufacturer
• End customer
■ Benefits
■ Benefits
Savings thanks to the option of returning defective parts
A spare part is available immediately in the event of failure
7 New liability for defects for the spare part
7 Long-term spare parts availability
7 Optimum system compatibility
Short downtimes for machines and plants
Only certified original parts are used
7 Additional services from Siemens:
- Longer availability of your machine/plant through the
preventive replacement of wear parts and aging parts
- Highest standards of quality
- Use of the comprehensive test concept of series production,
including software, firmware, ASICs, complex function
blocks, etc.
- Implementation of all the hardware and software/firmware
enhancements known by development, production, service
and quality management departments, as well as suppliers
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Spare parts services
Product upgrade service
■ Overview
General overhaul
■ Overview
Extension of the constant failure rate period
Extension of constant
failure rate period
Ware out
failures
General overhaul
Warranty
G_NC01_EN_00459
Failure rate
Operating time of the plant
Early
failures Constant failure rate period
Constant failure rate period with general overhaul
Product upgrade service: From OLD to NEW
Extension of the period with a constant failure rate
A long service life is expected from machines and plants. The
service life of the electronic components is, however, limited
and normally shorter than the planned machine/plant operating
times. To ensure that the required extended availability of the
machine/plant is achieved, we offer you the product upgrade
service at an attractive price.
A long service life is expected from machines and plants. The
service life of electronic components and mechanical parts is,
however, limited and normally shorter than the planned machine/
plant operating times. For higher availability of the machines or
plant, we offer a general overhaul (preventive maintenance) for
electronic components and motors at favorable conditions.
In the course of their lifecycle, electronic components are normally redesigned/upgraded several times. With the product
upgrade service, you will always receive the latest technology.
During the planned general overhaul, wear parts and aging
parts are replaced in accordance with their stated service life so
as to reduce unplanned downtimes. In the case of motors, in
addition to a general overhaul, replacement of bearings and
encoders is also offered.
A planned product upgrade from OLD to NEW helps to prevent
unplanned machine stoppages and supports a safer and longer
machine/plant availability. The upgrade service is mainly offered
for older components that will soon be discontinued.
For information about potential upgrades from the latest upgrade list, please ask your regional Siemens contact.
■ Benefits
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Price benefit through upgrade service
New liability for defects for the new component
Extended availability of your machine/plant
Prevention of component failures due to wear and aging
Prevention of machine stoppages due to unavailability of
spare parts
Reduced spare parts inventories
Latest technology
Easier servicing due to fewer variants
Industry Services through Siemens are assured for the future
If a fault is detected during a general overhaul, troubleshooting
and repair will be performed at the repair price without requesting confirmation or interrupting the process. In the case of extensive wear or damage, a general overhaul/repair will not be
performed. A fixed lump sum for expenses will be charged in
this case.
■ Benefits
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Preventive replacement of wear parts and aging parts in
accordance with their stated service life
Reduction in unplanned plant stoppages
Enhanced production reliability
Extended availability of your machine/plant
New liability for defects for 12 months for the components
subjected to a general overhaul
Low price
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Spare parts services
Function check
■ Overview
Return of diagnostic parts
■ Overview
It is checked that the components function reliably.
The first step involves cleaning the component. Then all the
hardware and software/firmware enhancements are implemented that are known by development, production, service and
quality management departments, as well as suppliers. Using
the comprehensive test concept of series production, all the
functions of the software, firmware, ASICs, complex and less
complex function blocks are checked.
If a fault is detected during the function check, troubleshooting
and repair will be performed at the repair price without requesting confirmation or interrupting the process. In the case of extensive wear or damage, no repairs will be performed. A fixed lump
sum for expenses will be charged.
■ Benefits
The component is checked and can be deployed again
The component contains all the known improvements
7 The customer's own spare parts stock is up-to-date
7 Low price
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Spare parts used for diagnostic purposes from the spare parts
store can be returned within 3 months and a credit note for up to
85 % is issued.
For unused spare parts in their original packaging, you will receive a credit of 100 % in which case you will be charged a fixed
price for handling.
■ Benefits
Can be used for diagnostics
Reduced spare parts inventories
7 Low costs
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Stock reduction in spare parts store
■ Overview
Extended spare part availability
■ Overview
We normally retain spare parts for all products and systems for
a period of 10 years after discontinuation of product marketing.
In individual cases, when we do not carry spare parts, we will
offer a repair.
For a wide range of products and systems, we extend the availability of spare parts. We can provide you with the current spare
parts availability for your machine/plant as a service once you
have registered online with identSNAPSHOT.
www.siemens.com/identsnapshot/register
If you require longer availability of spare parts, please contact
your regional sales representative.
■ Benefits
Higher plant availability
Investment protection
7 Reduction of lifecycle costs
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Thanks to fast delivery of spare parts from Siemens, manufacturers and plant operators are able to reduce their spare parts inventories. Siemens offers an analysis for this purpose to indicate
exactly which parts must be available in the customer's stores
for a specific combination of machines and which should be
obtained directly from Siemens
■ Benefits
Reduced costs
Stock optimization
7 Minimization of fault downtimes
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Industry Services
Your machines and plants can do more
– with Industry Services from Siemens.
■ Overview
In view of rising cost pressure, growing energy costs, and
increasingly stringent environmental regulations, industrial
services are a crucial competitive factor in manufacturing as well
as in process industries.
All over the world, Siemens supports its customers with product,
system, and application-related services throughout the entire
lifecycle of a plant. Right from the earliest stages of planning, engineering, and building all the way to operation and modernization, these services enable customers to benefit from the
Siemens experts' unique technological and product knowledge
and industry expertise.
Siemens Industry Services help reduce downtime and optimize
the utilization of resources. The bottom line: increased plant
productivity, flexibility, and efficiency, plus reduced overall costs.
Discover all advantages of our service portfolio:
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Industry Services
Industry Services
for the entire life cycle
■ Overview (continued)
Online Support:
Fast technical information on all products of Siemens Industry in
the form of manuals, FAQs or application examples can sometimes supersede contact with an expert.
The Siemens Industry Online Support provides everything you
need – even the opportunity to share know-how, experiences,
and ideas with other users.
Technical Support:
Technical inquiries about products and systems can occur any
time - from optimal use to fault clearance.
The Technical Support specialists provide 24/7 support and
answer questions about the functionality and utilization of
products and systems.
Spare Parts:
A missing spare part can compromise plant availability and
cause production losses.
It is good to know that the specialists from Siemens ensure a fast
and smooth exchange process.
Repair Services:
Motors and converters that operate reliably are vital in any plant.
All over the world, the specialists from Siemens provide comprehensive service and take care of all repairs in order to ensure
their utmost efficiency.
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Industry Services
for the entire life cycle
■ Overview (continued)
Field Services:
The availability of machines and plants is of highest importance
in all industries.
Field Services from Siemens facilitate smooth commissioning
and maintenance and ensure the fast clearance of faults in
industrial plants.
Training:
In view of today's rapid technological progress, up-to-date
knowledge increasingly becomes a key success factor.
Siemens delivers know-how and practical knowledge directly
from the manufacturer in the SITRAIN – Training for Industry
technical training programs.
No one is closer to the business.
Technical Consulting & Engineering Support:
The basis for efficient industrial services is established as early
as during plant planning and design. Systematic solutions
throughout the entire lifecycle are in high demand.
Siemens' Technical Consulting & Engineering Support provides
ideally suited tools to the industry – from the first stages of
project planning all the way to operation.
Energy & Environmental Services:
Sustainability, as well as energy and environmental responsibility
in business processes, pays off in any business. Energy efficiency, energy management, and the sparing of resources are
important topics in all industries today.
Integrated solutions from Siemens unleash all technical and
organizational efficiency potential and ensure successful
environmental management.
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Industry Services
Industry Services
for the entire life cycle
■ Overview (continued)
Plant Maintenance & Condition Monitoring:
Plant efficiency and smooth processes are vital success factors
in all industries.
Proactive maintenance concepts and customized service
contracts are based on the Siemens specialists' long-standing
experience and ensure maximum productivity.
Service Contracts:
A service contract ensures the high degree of security that is
indispensable in all industries today.
Customized service packages for maintenance ensure minimum
downtime and reduce maintenance costs. The opportunities of
remote maintenance provide additional reliability.
Water Related Services:
Highest water quality is a crucial factor in many industrial
processes. This is why the production of ultra-pure water is of
great importance for many businesses. In addition to that, all
industries have to recycle the waste water they produce.
Siemens services for water and waste water ensure the profitability and environment-compatibility of water systems and
secure sustainable business success.
Modernization & Optimization Services:
Expansions, modernizations, and optimizations are pretty
common in all industries.
They are the most cost-efficient key to optimal productivity in
industrial production and to the sustainable investment
protection.
Good to know that Siemens provides professional service in this
area, too.
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Industry Services
Industry Online Support
■ Overview
Via our Online Support you have direct, central access to substantial information about products, systems, and applications
for the industry as well as to a wide range of programming, configuration, and application examples. All content is available in
six languages and accessible from all over the world with the
mobile app. The Online Support's technical forum makes it possible to share ideas and experiences with other users, while
Siemens' Technical Support experts can be contacted through
Support Request.
The Siemens Industry Online Support, featuring up-to-date content and software updates as well as newsletters and tweets,
keeps industry users continually up to speed.
www.siemens.com/industry/OnlineSupport
Industry Online Support App
Access to more than 300.000 documents
on all Siemens Industry products
– anywhere and anytime
Available for iOS and Android
Scan the QR code
for information on
our Online Support
app.
www.siemens.com/industry/OnlineSupportApp
Using the Online Support app, you can access over 300,000
documents covering all Siemens industrial products – anywhere,
any time. Regardless of whether you need help implementing
your project, fault-finding, expanding your system or are
planning a new machine.
You have access to FAQs, manuals, certificates, characteristics
curves, application examples, product notices (e.g. announcements of new products) and information on successor products
in the event that a product is discontinued.
Just scan the product code printed on the product directly using
the camera of your mobile device to immediately see all
technical information available on this product at a glance.
The graphical CAx information (3D model, circuit diagrams or
EPLAN macros) is also displayed. You can forward this information to your workplace using the e-mail function.
The search function retrieves product information and articles
and supports you with a personalized suggestion list. You can
find your favorite pages – articles you need frequently – under
"mySupport". You also receive selected news on new functions,
important articles or events in the News section.
The app is available free of charge from the Apple App Store
(iOS) or from Google Play (Android).
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SPARESonWeb
■ Overview
SPARESonWeb – Online spare parts catalog
SPARESonWeb is a web-based tool for customers who are
looking for spare parts for specific automation products and systems. After you have registered and entered the serial number
and order number, the spare parts available for the relevant unit
are displayed.
For example, the delivery state for specific orders can be
displayed for all shipped SINAMICS products.
http://workplace.automation.siemens.com/sparesonweb
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Services and documentation
My Documentation Manager
■ Overview
■ Design
My Documentation Manager is the web-based system to
generate personalized documentation based on standard
documents. It is part of the Industry Services Portal.
Compile customized documentation
Search in the Industry Services Portal
My Documentation Manager – Customizing information
My Documentation Manager offers all Motion Control customers
an innovation with extended usability: Machine manufacturers
and end customers are not only able to assemble their own customized technical documents for a specific product or system,
they can also generate complete libraries with individually configured contents. The content that matches your topic can be
found from the full range of I IA&DT documentation stored under
Service & Support using the operator interface and assembled
using Drag & Drop into application-based libraries, generated
and even combined with your own documentation. The selfgenerated collections can be saved in the commonly used RTF
and PDF formats or even in XML format.
You must register for Configure and Generate/Manage
(the existing login can be used, e.g. Industry Mall
www.siemens.com/industrymall)
■ Benefits
Document in My Documentation Manager
Display
View, print or download standard documents or
personalized documents
7 Configure
Transfer standard documents or parts of them to personalized
documents
7 Generate/Manage
Produce and manage personalized documents in the formats
PDF, RTF or XML
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■ Function
Opening My Documentation Manager
There are two ways to open My Documentation Manager:
• Search in the Industry Services portal
www.siemens.com/industry-services
• Appropriate manuals are designated as "configurable".
My Documentation Manager opens by clicking on "Display
and configure". The selected document is displayed as the
current document.
• Using the direct link from the Industry Services portal
www.automation.siemens.com/docconf/
• After logon/registration, the online help is displayed as the
current document.
■ More information
Further information can be found on the Internet at:
www.siemens.com/mdm
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Documentation
General documentation
■ Overview
A high-quality programmable control or drive system can be
used to maximum effect only if the user is aware of the performance of the products used as a result of intensive training and
good technical documentation.
This is becoming more important due to the shorter innovation
cycles of modern automation products and the convergence of
electronics and mechanical engineering.
Comprehensive documentation is available for SIMOTION and
the SINAMICS S120 drive system, including the Operating
Manual, Programming Manual or Configuration Manual, as well
as the Commissioning Manual.
Information is available in the following formats:
• Paper version, printed copy
• PDF file available for download on the Internet at:
www.siemens.com/automation/support
More information is available on the Internet at:
www.siemens.com/motioncontrol/docu
Information and documentation relating to SIMOTION are
available in the form of:
• Windows Help in conjunction with the SCOUT engineering
system
• Documentation (PDF) on the product CD-ROM
• Documents/documentation at:
http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/10805436/133300
■ Application
Notes on the manuals:
• Equipment Manual/Configuration Manual
containing all necessary information about the intended use of
the components of a system, e.g. technical data, interfaces,
dimension drawings, characteristics and possible applications.
Phases of use: Cabinet configuration/setup, circuit diagram
configuration/drawing.
• Commissioning Manual
containing all information relevant to commissioning after
installation and wiring. It also contains all safety and warning
notices relevant to commissioning in addition to overview
drawings.
Phases of use: Commissioning of components that have
already been connected, configuration of system functions.
• List Manual
containing all parameters, function charts, and faults/alarms
for the product/system as well as their meanings and setting
options. It contains parameter data and fault/alarm descriptions with functional correlations.
Phases of use: Commissioning of components that have
already been connected, configuration of system functions,
fault cause/diagnosis.
• Getting Started
providing information about getting started for the first-time
user as well as references to additional information. It contains
information about the basic steps to be taken during commissioning. The information in the other documentation should be
carefully observed for all of the other work required.
Phases of use: Commissioning of components that have
already been connected.
• Function Manual Drive Functions
containing all the relevant information about individual drive
functions: Description, commissioning and integration in the
drive system.
Phases of use: Commissioning of components that have
already been connected, configuration of system functions.
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Documentation
General documentation
■ Selection and ordering data
Description
Order No.
Catalog PM 21 ⋅ 2013
• German
E86060-K4921-A101-A3
• English
E86060-K4921-A101-A3-7600
• Italian
E86060-K4921-A101-A3-7200
Catalog ST 70 ⋅ 2011
• German
E86060-K4670-A101-B3
• English
E86060-K4670-A101-B3-7600
• French
E86060-K4670-A101-B3-7700
• Italian
E86060-K4670-A101-B3-7200
• Spanish
E86060-K4670-A101-B3-7800
Catalog ST 80/ST PC ⋅ 2012
• German
E86060-K4680-A101-B9
• English
E86060-K4680-A101-B9-7600
• French
E86060-K4680-A101-B9-7700
• Italian
E86060-K4680-A101-B9-7200
• Spanish
E86060-K4680-A101-B9-7800
Decentralization with
PROFIBUS-DP/DPV1
ISBN 978-3-89578-218-3
Description
Order No.
User/Manufacturer documentation
SINAMICS Manual Collection
SINAMICS (SW version 4.5)
Manual Collection on DVD-ROM
Edition: 08/2012
Languages:
English, French, German, Italian,
Spanish
6SL3097-4CA00-0YG1
■ More information
Please send any queries or suggestions to:
[email protected]
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Documentation
SINAMICS S120
■ Selection and ordering data
Description
Order No.
Description
Order No.
Manufacturer and Service documentation
Manufacturer and Service documentation
Manual
SINAMICS S120
Control Units and Additional System
Components
Commissioning Manual
SINAMICS S120
• German
6SL3097-4AH00-0AP2
• English
6SL3097-4AH00-0BP2
• Italian
6SL3097-4AH00-0CP2
• French
6SL3097-4AH00-0DP2
• Spanish
6SL3097-4AH00-0EP2
• Russian
6SL3097-4AH00-0PP2
• Chinese Simplified
6SL3097-4AH00-0RP2
• Japanese
6SL3097-4AH00-0TP2
Manual
SINAMICS S120
Booksize Power Units
• German
6SL3097-4AF00-0AP2
• English
6SL3097-4AF00-0BP2
• Italian
6SL3097-4AF00-0CP2
• French
6SL3097-4AF00-0DP2
• Spanish
6SL3097-4AF00-0EP2
• Russian
6SL3097-4AF00-0PP2
• Chinese Simplified
6SL3097-4AF00-0RP2
Function Manual
SINAMICS S120
Safety Integrated
• German
6SL3097-4AR00-0AP3
• English
6SL3097-4AR00-0BP3
• Italian
6SL3097-4AR00-0CP3
• French
6SL3097-4AR00-0DP3
• Spanish
6SL3097-4AR00-0EP3
• Russian
6SL3097-4AR00-0PP3
• Chinese Simplified
6SL3097-4AR00-0RP3
• German
6SL3097-4AC00-0AP4
• English
6SL3097-4AC00-0BP4
• Italian
6SL3097-4AC00-0CP4
• French
6SL3097-4AC00-0DP4
• Spanish
6SL3097-4AC00-0EP4
• Russian
6SL3097-4AC00-0PP4
• Chinese Simplified
6SL3097-4AC00-0RP4
Manual
SINAMICS S120
AC Drive
• Japanese
6SL3097-4AC00-0TP4
• German
6SL3097-4AL00-0AP2
• English
6SL3097-4AL00-0BP2
• Italian
6SL3097-4AL00-0CP2
• French
6SL3097-4AL00-0DP2
• Spanish
6SL3097-4AL00-0EP2
• Chinese Simplified
6SL3097-4AL00-0RP2
• Japanese
6SL3097-4AL00-0TP2
Manual
SINAMICS S120
Chassis Power Units
• German
6SL3097-4AE00-0AP2
• English
6SL3097-4AE00-0BP2
• Italian
6SL3097-4AE00-0CP2
• French
6SL3097-4AE00-0DP2
• Spanish
6SL3097-4AE00-0EP2
• Russian
List Manual
SINAMICS S120/150
6SL3097-4AE00-0PP2
• Chinese Simplified
• German
6SL3097-4AP00-0AP3
6SL3097-4AE00-0RP2
• English
6SL3097-4AP00-0BP3
• Italian
6SL3097-4AP00-0CP3
• French
6SL3097-4AP00-0DP3
Manual
Liquid Cooled Chassis
Power Units
• German
6SL3097-4AM00-0AP2
• Spanish
6SL3097-4AP00-0EP3
• English
6SL3097-4AM00-0BP2
• Russian
6SL3097-4AP00-0PP3
• Italian
6SL3097-4AM00-0CP2
• Chinese Simplified
6SL3097-4AP00-0RP3
• French
6SL3097-4AM00-0DP2
• Japanese
6SL3097-4AP00-0TP3
• Spanish
6SL3097-4AM00-0EP2
• Chinese Simplified
6SL3097-4AM00-0RP2
Getting Started
SINAMICS S120
Function Manual
SINAMICS S120
Drive Functions
• German
6SL3097-4AG00-0AP1
• English
6SL3097-4AG00-0BP1
• Italian
6SL3097-4AG00-0CP1
• German
6SL3097-4AB00-0AP2
• English
• French
6SL3097-4AG00-0DP1
6SL3097-4AB00-0BP2
• Italian
• Spanish
6SL3097-4AG00-0EP1
6SL3097-4AB00-0CP2
• French
• Portuguese
6SL3097-4AG00-0KP0
6SL3097-4AB00-0DP2
• Spanish
• Russian
6SL3097-4AG00-0PP1
6SL3097-4AB00-0EP2
• Russian
• Chinese Simplified
6SL3097-4AG00-0RP1
6SL3097-4AB00-0PP2
• Chinese Simplified
EMC Design Guidelines
6SL3097-4AB00-0RP2
• Japanese
• German
6FC5297-0AD30-0AP3
6SL3097-4AB00-0TP2
• English
6FC5297-0AD30-0BP3
• Italian
6FC5297-0AD30-0CP3
• French
6FC5297-0AD30-0DP3
• Spanish
6FC5297-0AD30-0EP3
• Chinese Simplified
6FC5297-0AD30-0RP3
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Motors for SINAMICS
■ Selection and ordering data
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Description
Order No.
Manufacturer and Service documentation
Configuration Manual
1FT7 Synchronous Motors
• German
6SN1197-0AD13-0AP4
• English
6SN1197-0AD13-0BP4
• Italian
6SN1197-0AD13-0CP4
• French
6SN1197-0AD13-0DP4
• Spanish
6SN1197-0AD13-0EP4
6SN1197-0AD13-0RP4
• Chinese Simplified
Configuration Manual
1FK7 Synchronous Motors
• German
6SN1197-0AD16-0AP4
• English
6SN1197-0AD16-0BP4
• Italian
6SN1197-0AD16-0CP4
6SN1197-0AD16-0DP4
• French
• Spanish
6SN1197-0AD16-0EP4
• Russian
6SN1197-0AD16-0PP0
• Chinese Simplified
6SN1197-0AD16-0RP4
Configuration Manual
1PH7 Asynchronous Motors
• German
6SN1197-0AC71-0AP0
• English
6SN1197-0AC71-0BP0
• Italian
6SN1197-0AC71-0CP0
• French
6SN1197-0AC71-0DP0
6SN1197-0AC71-0EP0
• Spanish
• Chinese Simplified
6SN1197-0AC71-0RP0
Configuration Manual
1PH8 Synchronous/
Asynchronous Motors
• German
6SN1197-0AD74-0AP1
• English
6SN1197-0AD74-0BP1
• Italian
6SN1197-0AD74-0CP1
• French
6SN1197-0AD74-0DP0
• Spanish
6SN1197-0AD74-0EP0
• Chinese Simplified
6SN1197-0AD74-0RP1
Configuration Manual
1FN3 Linear Motors
Peak Load and Continuous Load
• German
6SN1197-0AB86-0AP0
• English
6SN1197-0AB86-0BP0
Configuration Manual
1FN6 Linear Motors
• German
6SN1197-0AB78-0AP3
• English
6SN1197-0AB78-0BP3
• Italian
6SN1197-0AD78-0CP3
• French
6SN1197-0AD78-0DP3
• Chinese Simplified
6SN1197-0AD78-0RP3
Configuration Manual
1FW3 Complete Torque Motors
• German
6SN1197-0AD70-0AP6
• English
6SN1197-0AD70-0BP6
• Italian
6SN1197-0AD70-0CP6
• French
6SN1197-0AD70-0DP6
• Spanish
6SN1197-0AD70-0EP6
• Chinese Simplified
6SN1197-0AD70-0RP4
Configuration Manual
1FW6 Built-In Torque Motors
• German
6SN1197-0AE00-0AP5
• English
6SN1197-0AE00-0BP3
• Italian
6SN1197-0AE00-0CP3
• French
6SN1197-0AE00-0DP3
• Spanish
6SN1197-0AE00-0EP3
• Chinese Simplified
6SN1197-0AE00-0RP3
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■ Selection and ordering data
Description
Order No.
Manufacturer and Service documentation
User Manual
SIMODRIVE sensor
Absolute Value Encoder with
PROFIBUS DP
• English/German
6SN1197-0AB10-0YP4
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Services and documentation
CAD CREATOR
■ Overview
CAD CREATOR –
Dimension drawing and 2D/3D CAD generator
■ Benefits (continued)
• SINUMERIK
- CNC systems
- Operator components for CNC systems
• SIMOTION
- SIMOTION D
- SIMOTION C
The CAD CREATOR offers a variety of options for configuring,
but also different methods for searching for a product:
• According to order number
• According to technical description
After successful configuration of the product, the dimension
drawings and models are displayed with the integrated viewer
and made available for export.
■ Selection and ordering data
Thanks to the user-friendly operator interface of the
CAD CREATOR, it is easy to configure controls, drives and
motors. With the support of the CAD CREATOR, product-specific
dimension drawings and 2D/3D CAD models can be created
quickly. The CAD CREATOR assists the machine manufacturer's
designers, offer drafting engineers and project engineers.
■ Benefits
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7
7
7
7
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•
Provision of dimension drawings as 2D/3D-CAD models in mm
and inches
With the online version, 3D models and dimension drawings
can also be displayed in the form of a direct downloadable
PDF
Support for all general geometry interfaces STEP, IGES,
Parasolid, SAT, VDA, and for special interfaces such as Ideas,
NX, Solid Edge, Pro/Engineer, Autocad, Inventor, Mechanical
Desktop, Catia and Solidworks
Multi-language operator interface in English, French, German,
Italian and Spanish, and direct Help (English and German)
Dimension drawings and 2D/3D CAD models for
Motors
- 1FT6/1FT7/1FK7 synchronous motors
- 1FE1 built-in synchronous motors
- 1FW3 torque motors
- 1FW6 built-in torque motors
- 1FT6/1FT7/1FK7 geared motors
- 1PH8 synchronous/asynchronous motors
- 1PH7/1PH4/1PL6/1PM4/1PM6 asynchronous motors
- 2SP1 motor spindles
- 1FN3, 1FN6 linear motors
SINAMICS S110, SINAMICS S120
- Control Units
- Power Modules (Blocksize/Chassis, Combi)
- Line Modules (Booksize/Chassis)
- Line-side components
- Motor Modules (Booksize/Chassis)
- DC link components
- Additional system components
- Load-side power components
- Encoder system connection
- MOTION-CONNECT connection system
Description
Order No.
CAD CREATOR
Dimension drawing and 2D/3D
CAD generator on DVD-ROM
Languages:
English, French, German, Italian,
Spanish
6SL3075-0AA00-0AG0
■ More information
The CAD CREATOR is available on DVD-ROM and as an Internet
application.
More information is available on the Internet at:
www.siemens.com/cadcreator
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Sector-specific solutions
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Packaging solutions
OPL Software Toolbox
Molding, filling and sealing machine
SIMOTION carton packer
SIMOTION Intelligent Belt
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Printing presses
Commercial printing
Flexo printing
Rotogravure package printing
Newspaper printing
Digital printing
Integrated register control
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Textile machines
Fleece folding machine
Weaving machine
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Converting
Printing, stamping and embossing
machines
Continuous web coating and laminating
technology
Machines for the manufacture of hygiene
and tissue products
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Plastics
Automation for extruders
Servo pump
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Metal forming technology
Roll feeds
Electronic transfer
Mechanical universal press
Pipe bending
Hydraulic presses
Wire wrapping
Wire-drawing and cable machines
Servo press
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Handling
SIMOTION Handling Toolbox
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Customer applications
Optimized Packaging Line
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Introduction
■ Overview
G_PM21_XX_00221
Examples of function blocks for SIMOTION
Siemens offers a completely unique spectrum of products for
machine construction: Integrated, energy-efficient and flexible
automation and drive systems for any task – in any industry. With
our innovative products, systems and integrated solutions, we
help you to build a better machine – faster and cheaper.
The ability to innovate and to directly address the interests of
customers is more important today than ever. Products alone, as
innovative as they may be, do not suffice any longer. To recognize trends and respond to them, that is the key – whether in the
form of innovative systems, intelligent solutions or the provision
of unique services.
Innovative systems
One of the most important trends is toward modular machines
and plants. One-off solutions are being gradually replaced by
modular systems and distributed automation concepts. This
offers advantages especially with regard to project runtimes and
enhanced quality through the use of tried and tested modules in
the hardware and software.
Siemens is offering an integrated solution here with distributed
automation concepts in combination with a drive system.
Our extremely wide range of powerful and innovative standard
components for automation technology and drive systems has a
uniform system basis and supports integrated programming,
data management and communication. This prevents problems
with interfaces. Holistic, integrated solutions are created with
uniform handling and uniform engineering and yet considerable
scope remains for implementing your individual solutions.
Intelligent solutions
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Our specialists have used our SIMOTION and SINAMICS system
platforms in order to develop standardized function blocks and
sample applications for you. Because we use open standards,
our solutions and components allow you to integrate your own
developments and therefore your own specialist knowledge.
You can access an application database, which is supplied with
information from around the world, containing ready-to-apply,
provenly successful solutions created by Siemens application
engineers.
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These are not finished applications, but modules for typical subtasks on machines. A project can be implemented faster by
using them. These modules can be adapted very rationally to the
requirements of individual applications. Your special expertise
is neither changed nor revealed. Using the ProjectGenerator
easyProject, you can very rapidly create a structured, executable basic framework which supports basic functions such as
boot check, error and message handling, communication and
basic axis functionality.
However, our specialists will also be happy to help you to create
individual complete solutions, either for new projects or for the
modernization of existing plants. Our application centers can
offer reliable system selection, a system concept optimized
according to customer specifications, short development time,
budget security, certainty that the required performance and
scope of functions will be delivered by deadline and on budget,
and the flexibility afforded by Motion Control solutions which are
modular and mechatronic in design. In a Siemens technology
and application center, it is possible (machine size and material
flow permitting) to precisely measure and optimize the machine
performance that can be achieved with the Motion Control solution under real conditions with the help of high-speed cameras,
digital storage oscilloscopes, FFT analyzers, balance and vibration detectors, accelerometers, load cells and laser measuring
instruments.
Our technology is as long-lived as your machines. Expansions
are still possible after many years, you can therefore rely on a
system expansion capability that is assured for the long term.
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Sector-specific solutions
Introduction
■ Overview (continued)
Provision of unique services
Innovative services such as mechatronic support and application advice round off Siemens' range of products, systems and
services. With "Mechatronic support", for example, the generally
costly construction of a prototype can become considerably less
risky and faster by using virtual prototypes – the first real prototype is then final. The time to market and construction costs are
therefore drastically reduced. The range of complete solutions
offers potential for rationalization, e.g. a completely assembled,
tested and customized control cabinet that can practically be
delivered to the production line of the end customer with plug
and play functionality.
■ More information
You will find further information about reference projects and
industry-specific solutions with SIMOTION on the Internet at
www.siemens.com/simotion
and
www.siemens.com/machinebuilding
or get in touch with your contact at your local Siemens sales
office.
Another emerging trend is the transformation into a "full supplier". In this case, the end customer requests everything from a
single source for the new production line with vertical and horizontal integration throughout the complete process. To satisfy
these and further future requirements and to open up new
markets at the same time, machine manufacturers need strong
partners at their side. With Siemens, you have an experienced
partner that focuses on a wide range of different industries and
that will support you with individual solutions, powerful systems
and innovative services and which, as a global player, maintains
an all-encompassing, worldwide service network. Wherever
your machine may be one day: our technology complies with the
applicable standards – and is supported locally. If you wish,
round the clock, every day of the year. Always exactly what you
want.
All types of references
Our extensive experience in various industries helps us to concentrate on the important aspects. This is one of the reasons for
the considerable amount of positive feedback concerning our
complete range of products and services.
Investment in the future
We are a competent and reliable partner for Motion Control
solutions in machine construction. We will be happy to work out
future-oriented solutions with you for many different industries.
Partnership with Siemens secures your future.
Below you will find a selection of various industry-specific
solutions implemented with SIMOTION. We make a distinction
here between system-tested packages that can be ordered and
applications in the form of ordering examples that we will be
happy to adapt to your specific machine.
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Packaging solutions
OPL Software Toolbox
■ Overview
Efficient engineering is the key to short development and
commissioning times in the packaging industry and thus for
machines which can compete on international markets. Tried
and tested basic functions as well as technology, application
and communication modules based on the ProjectGenerator are
available for the packaging industry. In addition, comprehensive
Web diagnostic pages, which are generated automatically, help
significantly in the existing commissioning and maintenance
scenarios.
Hierarchical model according to ISA-S88 (Make2Pack)
Enterprise
Line
Includes one or several
Tubular bag
machine
Cartoner
Multi-bag packer
Site
Includes one or several
Machine
Area
Includes one or several
...
Process
Cell
Film
feed
Includes one or several
Unit
Includes one or several
Slip compensation
Equipment
Module (EM)
Includes one or several
Control
Module (CM)
G_PM21_EN_00187
The diagram shows an example of a packaging line based on the hierarchical model ISA S88 (Make2Pack)
The ProjectGenerator enables you to create a hierarchical machine model and is suitable for the use of equipment modules
developed specially for the packaging industry.
You can reap many of the benefits of using the ProjectGenerator.
This applies both to series machines where you might want a
simple method of implementing flexible machine variants with
modularized components, and to single machines which are
often based on standardized function units.
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The integrated basic functions alone such as the boot check,
message handling and operating mode management functionality provided by the ProjectGenerator often account for a large
portion of the programming and configuring work which must
usually be done manually and can be time-consuming and errorprone.
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Packaging solutions
OPL Software Toolbox
■ Overview (continued)
Hierarchical structures for modular machine construction
Customized expansions are possible
The ProjectGenerator also supports the modularization and
standardization of machine functions via so-called equipment
modules that are widely used particularly in the packaging
industry. The equipment modules include film take-off, cross
sealer or winder for the fast, modular configuration, for example,
of form/fill/seal machines, cartoning machines or indeed any
other type of production machine. In turn, each equipment
module can also contain one or more control modules, such as
a print-mark correction, a temperature controller or just a single
technology axis. The ProjectGenerator therefore complies with
the specifications of the international ISA-S88 Make2Pack
standard.
With the basic, technology and application modules provided by
the ProjectGenerator, it inherently covers a broad spectrum of
packaging machine applications. However, it can be adapted
and expanded to meet specific customer requirements. For
example, you can incorporate additional functions and userspecific modules into the automated engineering process with
the ProjectGenerator.
There are two distinct advantages of this standardized, hierarchical structure: All components integral to the project utilize
standardized interfaces and a uniform communication protocol.
This level of standardization is so far-reaching that a standardized machine interface containing command, status, administration and alarm information can be used to integrate fundamentally different machines in a single line and supply all the data
required for higher-level visualization and diagnostics.
Examples:
• Packaging solutions for molding, filling and sealing machines
• Packing solution for carton packers
• Packaging solution Intelligent Belt
The software for the different modules need only be created
once and can be selected and configured in the
ProjectGenerator with just a few clicks of the mouse. In this case,
the modules might be simply a frame object with standardized
interfaces or take the form of fully programmed entities.
Equipment modules for packaging machines
The OPL Software Toolbox for packaging machines supplies you
with a kit of equipment modules with which you can automate
any number of different types of packaging machine.
For details about the packaging solutions listed above see the
following pages.
For further information about the ProjectGenerator see Chapter 9
on page 9/93.
Thanks to this standardization, individual modules of the
ProjectGenerator, whether they are configured within a single
machine or between multiple machines, can be integrated in a
single line.
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Sector-specific solutions
Packaging solutions
Molding, filling and sealing machine
■ Overview
Film extractor
Deep drawing
Product
proportioning
Product
Sealing and
evacuating
Isolating
Transverse
cutting
Film for
upper part
Film under
surface
Thermocouples for
deep drawing
Thermocouples for
welding
G_PM10_EN_00097
Longitudinal
cutting
Operating principle of the molding, filling and sealing machine
Machine requirements
With the molding, filling and sealing machine, the film for the
underparts is transferred from station to station by a main drive.
The film is molded to suitable containers in accordance with the
product that is to be packed. The mold that is submerged in the
film is guided at different velocity levels that depend on the path
of the tool and with the appropriate heating temperature.
The product must be filled into the container accurately in terms
of clock cycle and quantity.
To prevent deterioration of the product and to seal it, the covering film must be drawn off a second coil. The heated surface is
then placed on the container from the top and the container is
sealed due to the effect of the heat.
The sealed packages are then cut into smaller units and removed for further packaging.
The cross-cutter is moved pneumatically or electrically. The
objective is to control the procedure such that as many parts as
possible pass through the machine per unit of time. Foil-specific
parameters have to be taken into account on accelerating and
braking.
High clock rates and changes in format at the press of a button
are the main requirements.
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The following Motion Control and technology functions are used
to implement the machine:
• Position
• Cam
• Output cam
• Longitudinal cutter
• Temperature control
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■ Benefits
The SIMOTION automation solution described below offers the
following advantages:
7 ONE system for the logic, Motion Control and technology
functions. The engineering is considerably simplified and the
hardware outlay is minimized.
7 Libraries for the FFV machine are included in the OPL Software Toolbox. Machine projects are easy to generate with
these libraries.
7 Comprehensive diagnostic functions with SIMOTION, such
as trace functions, Alarm S concept and teleservice reduce
commissioning times, increase the availability of the machine
and its productivity.
7 Smooth running of the machine thanks to the cam and
servo drives
7 High productivity
7 Machine parameters can be easily and flexibly adjusted on
the operator panel, e.g. print pattern shift, sealing time
7 OPL line integration on the basis of communication libraries
and operating data management, e.g. in accordance with
OMAC, are available in the OPL Toolbox and can be
integrated easily.
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Packaging solutions
Molding, filling and sealing machine
■ Design
Automation solution
The drive-based version of SIMOTION for multi-axis applications, SIMOTION D4x5-2, is selected. With this choice, control
logic, Motion Control, drive functionality and HMI functions are
combined in a single hardware and software system.
User interfaces are available as templates for the HMIs.
The SINAMICS S120 drive system in combination with
SIMOTICS S-1FK7 servomotors offers optimized interfacing to
SIMOTION D. It resolves demanding drive tasks and provides an
accurate, highly dynamic response.
Line
HMI
Ethernet switch
SCALANCE
SENTRON
PAC 4200
PROFINET
Industrial Ethernet
kyp}lTjsx
Print
mark
detection
TM17
SIMATIC
ET 200S
SINAMICS
G120
SIMOTION D
with SINAMICS
G_PM21_EN_00219
IO-Link
Dosing unit
Molding
machine
Film take-off Cross sealer
unit
Transportation
I/O &
sensors
Example of automation solution with SIMOTION D4x5-2
■ More information
More information can be found on the Internet at
www.siemens.com/packaging
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Packaging solutions
SIMOTION carton packer
■ Overview
■ Benefits
In order to pack products like bottles, bags or other very small
products like lipsticks into folding boxes, it is necessary to
precisely coordinate a variety of steps and motional sequences,
sometimes in a seconds cycle.
Crucial to success with applications of this type are the drivebased SIMOTION Motion Control System and SINAMICS,
compact systems into which the necessary performance and
functionality are integrated.
Machine requirements
A cartoner packs products or individual packaged units into
cartons. This process is divided into the following phases:
• Forming the packaging
• Filling
• Sealing
In the case of the cartoner, a distinction is made between two
types depending on the packaging material used:
• Blank box erecting machine
• Folding box erecting machine
Basic process structure:
• The product is pushed onto the flat carton and both parts are
pressed through the folding duct by a ram.
• The blank box is erected by folding baffles and guides.
• The glued connecting pieces are then pressed against the
side walls.
• After folding, the carton is transported to another station
where the lid is glued.
• Preassembled folding cartons are erected from a flat blank
box.
• Independent synchronism of products and erected folding
cartons
• Product and carton are brought together by so-called product
infeed
• At this point, the product is pushed from the product conveyor
belt into the box on the second conveyor belt.
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Libraries for the cartoner are included in the OPL Software
Toolbox. Machine projects are easy to generate with these
libraries.
7 Easy, reliable generation of the machine project using
preconfigured, tested equipment modules to simplify
commissioning
7 Compatibility with all drives and encoder types reduces
engineering costs
7 All functions can be configured – programming has been
reduced to a minimum – resulting in fast integration into the
user program.
7 Remote diagnostics, commissioning and configuring tools
that are integrated into the uniform and scalable SCOUT
engineering system reduce servicing and configuring times.
7 The following are examples of equipment modules for the
cartoner:
- Suction
- Ram
- Conveyor belt
- Product infeed
7 These function blocks contain basic functions, automatic
mode which can be configured in detail, and supplementary
functions for manual operation (return to initial state, jogging,
homing)
7 OPL line integration on the basis of communication libraries
and operating data management, e.g. in accordance with
OMAC, are available in the OPL Toolbox and can be
integrated easily.
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Sector-specific solutions
Packaging solutions
SIMOTION carton packer
■ Design
Line
Ethernet switch
SCALANCE
SENTRON
PAC 4200
HMI
PROFINET
Industrial Ethernet
kyp}lTjsx
SIMATIC
ET 200S with
motor starters
G_PM21_EN_00220
Cam signal
output
SIMOTION D
with SINAMICS
IO-Link
Product
feed
Assembling
station 1
Box
feed
Top
loader Y
Assembling
station 2
Top
loader X
Top
loader Z
Transport
axis
Box
erecting machine
I/O &
sensors
Transportation
Example application of a cartoner
Automation solution
With the newest machine types, the flexible automation architecture is implemented in accordance with the technological
requirements for the machine.
Operator control and monitoring (HMI)
The performance characteristics are harmonized in accordance
with process engineering requirements:
• Operator control/visualization/diagnostics
• Process control
• Motion control
• Drive-related control
Operator control and monitoring of the machine is performed, for
example, using a Multi Panel with the WinCC flexible runtime and
configuring software. The Panel Template contains the following
screens:
• Operating mode management in accordance with OMAC
• Navigation bars
• Icon collection
• Diagnostics/remote diagnostics
Machine control
Drives
The machine control is implemented with SIMOTION D4x5-2.
It performs the following PLC and Motion Control functions:
• Logic
• Operating mode manager
• Setpoint input
• Closed-loop controls (tension, gluing)
• Machine monitoring
• Synchronous operation
• Cams
• Communication with upstream and downstream installations
• Interfacing of higher-level systems
The integrated automation and drives structure is rounded off by
the bus-coupled dynamic converter system SINAMICS S120
and SIMOTICS S-1FT7/-1FK7 motors.
■ More information
More information can be found on the Internet at
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Packaging solutions
SIMOTION Intelligent Belt
■ Overview
■ Benefits
Intelligent Belt is designed to decouple production and packaging in automated conveyor belt systems. The technological
basis of the packages is the SIMOTION Motion Control System.
7 Easy, reliable generation of projects using preconfigured,
tested software modules supported by the ProjectGenerator.
7 Easier commissioning.
7 Compatibility with all drives and encoder types reduces
engineering costs.
7 All functions can be configured – programming has been
reduced to a minimum – resulting in fast integration into the
user program.
7 Remote diagnostics, commissioning and configuring tools
that are integrated into the uniform and scalable SCOUT
engineering system reduce servicing and configuring times.
Train 2
Belt 2
Motor 2
Train 1
Belt 1
Motor 1
G_PM21_EN_00240
Machine requirements
An "Intelligent Belt" is used to pick up multiple products arriving
irregularly one after another and making them available together
at an unloading location. The most important feature is how the
loading and unloading phases are decoupled in terms of time.
Scalable hardware platforms based on SIMOTION, SINAMICS
and PROFINET are available to meet the requirements of
different machines.
The SIMOTION Handling libraries are also often used for
Intelligent Belt applications.
In addition to automatic operation of an Intelligent Belt (twotrain), the Intelligent Belt equipment module in the OPL Software
Toolbox also offers additional functions such as homing, positioning or jogging.
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The equipment module:
7 The module contains basic functions (controller enables,
monitors), manual operating modes (jogging, positioning,
homing and return to initial state) as well as automatic mode
which can be configured in detail.
7 An Intelligent Belt comprises at least two trains which can be
moved independently of one another on a shared track. Each
train in turn comprises several pockets. The trains cannot
pass one another.
7 The belts or chains are run only in a positive direction. Once
unloaded, the empty train is moved by the belt or chain on the
underside of the mechanism back to the loading position.
7 Intelligent Belt can be instantiated, which means that further
belts can easily be added.
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Packaging solutions
SIMOTION Intelligent Belt
■ Design
Line
Ethernet switch
SCALANCE
HMI
SENTRON
PAC 4200
PROFINET
Industrial Ethernet
G_PM21_EN_00218
SIMATIC
ET 200S
SIMOTION D
with SINAMICS
IO-Link
DRIVE-CLiQ
Belt 1
Belt 2
X axis
Y axis
Further machine functions
e.g. handling
I/O&
sensors
Example application with separate controls. (Can also be integrated into a single control.)
Automation solution
With the newest machine types, the flexible automation architecture is implemented in accordance with the technological
requirements for the machine.
Operator control and monitoring (HMI)
The performance characteristics are harmonized in accordance
with process engineering requirements.
• Operator control/visualization/diagnostics
• Process control
• Motion control
• Drive-related control
Operator control and monitoring of the machine is performed, for
example, using a Multi Panel with the WinCC flexible runtime and
configuring software. The Panel Template contains the following
screens:
• Operating mode management in accordance with OMAC
• Navigation bars
• Icon collection
• Diagnostics/remote diagnostics
Machine control
Drives
The machine control is implemented with SIMOTION D4x5-2.
It performs the following PLC and Motion Control functions:
• Logic
• Operating mode manager
• Setpoint input
• Closed-loop controls (tension)
• Machine monitoring
• Synchronous operation
• Cams
• Homing
• Communication with upstream and downstream plant
sections
• Interfacing of higher-level systems
The integrated automation and drives structure is rounded off by
the bus-coupled dynamic converter system SINAMICS S120
and SIMOTICS S-1FT7/-1FK7 motors.
■ More information
More information can be found on the Internet at
www.siemens.com/packaging
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Sector-specific solutions
Printing presses
Commercial printing
■ Overview
Easier and more efficient communication with PROFINET
The open industry standard PROFINET enables parallel use of
automation data via standard Ethernet and isochronous drive
axis data for distributed synchronous operation on one bus system. In this configuration a separate drive bus is not necessary.
Your machine features a uniform network structure and cabling.
The Mechatronic Team – your partner for innovations
The development of high-speed and large-format printing
presses places maximum technological demands on mechanical and electronic design. Our Mechatronic Team provides
support in developing an optimum solution with their outstanding expertise. Through the simulation of the electromechanical
system, it is possible, for example, to estimate the dynamic
performance of a printing unit as early as the design phase.
■ Benefits
The market for commercial printing presses demands wider and
faster presses. At the same time, machine manufacturers and
users require a higher automation level and greater number of
axes. Our broad product range forms a perfect basis for implementing integrated solutions. An extremely wide range of drive
concepts is supported: from line shaft drives to electronic line
shafts with multiple drives on each printing unit and electronic
cam profiles in the folder. All stations can be designed as one
integrated system.
System-based implementation of tailor-made solutions
In combination with our AC motors, SINAMICS drives cover
the entire performance range of commercial printing presses.
Motion control and axes coordination is handled by SIMOTION.
The drive system is ideally suited for the high, specialized requirements – particularly the electronic line shaft. The hardware
supports a distributed, modular configuration with AC/AC
devices as well as a centralized configuration with regulated
or non-regulated power supply infeeds, DC bus and DC/AC
devices.
Integrated register control
When used in combination with the camera-based register
control TRC5000, SIMOTION can also be used as a color and
cut-off register control. Integration into the drive system reduces
dead times to a minimum and thus ensures the best dynamic
response.
Print Standard for commercial printing
• Virtual and real master with machine ramp generator
• Plate cylinder positioning
• Color register and cut-off register adjustment
• Unwinder with flying splice
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7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
Modular, scalable hardware and software
Open software package Print Standard
High-precision and reliable synchronization of individual
drives
Integrated system platform for all units of the printing press
One bus system for synchronization and communication
Safety functions available as Safety Integrated modules
Standard components from tried and tested system families
Wide product and performance range of synchronous and
asynchronous motors as well as converters
Integrated color and cut-off register control
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Sector-specific solutions
Printing presses
Commercial printing
■ Design
Master
computer
HMI
PROFINET
DRIVE-CLiQ
SIMOTION D4x5-2 + SINAMICS S120
SIMATIC
ET 200S
distributed
I/O
SIMOTION D4x5-2 + SINAMICS S120
Servomotors
TRC5000
register control
Servomotors
G_PM21_EN_00231
Automation solution for commercial printing
■ More information
More information can be found on the Internet at
www.siemens.com/printing
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Sector-specific solutions
Printing presses
Flexo printing
■ Overview
Integrated register control
The register control optimally integrated in the drive system improves the register accuracy according to a patented algorithm.
It is based on innovative camera technology which is directly
connected to the SIMOTION CPU via Ethernet. The list of advantages offered by this technology is long: Operator control, sequence control as well as process and production data management are standardized and the control signals are superimposed continuously without any delay on the angular synchronism of the electrical shaft. Sharing of software and hardware
also reduces the overheads for materials, engineering and commissioning.
Whether simple stack-type presses, sophisticated multi-cylinder
presses in unit design or high-quality central impression cylinder
presses: Our range is the first choice for implementing tailormade flexo printing solutions – modular automation structures
arranged in a distributed topology at the machine as well as
components centrally accommodated in a control cabinet or in
a container. No matter what the topology, you always profit from
well-proven components and tested applications: From the integrated register and temperature control to the certified safety
functions.
Ultimate flexibility and adaptability
Drives from the SINAMICS S120 series are used for all of the machine axes. Their high dynamics and precise encoder evaluation
enable easy adaptation of the closed-loop control to variablesize cylinder circumferences and masses. An extremely compact drive line-up can be realized by utilizing double-axis motor
modules. The safety functions integrated in the drives can be
flexibly activated using fail-safe SIMATIC controllers or low-cost
terminal modules. The scope of our portfolio ranges from lowcost, non-regulated line infeeds to regulated infeeds without any
phase effect, so you can choose the appropriate technology for
the respective machine models and line conditions – for both
distributed, modular configurations and centralized infeeds.
A comprehensive range of motors
From standard, servo and torque motors to linear motors for innovative direct drives in synchronous and asynchronous design:
Our range features the right motor for any type of machine. Slow
turning motors demand less current, thus smaller drives and
lower costs.
Adapted asynchronous servomotors are especially useful for
form cylinders and winder applications which are operated at a
constant power range. In contrast, synchronous servomotors are
used for small positioning drives – due to the high overload
capability in positioning mode.
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Print Standard for flexo printing
• Virtual master function
• Encoder for real master
• Continuous format adjustment and electronic circumferential
register
• Operating standstill at the cylinder sleeve change position
• Electronic clutch for continuous operation of the anilox
cylinder
• Positioning of the form cylinder and anilox cylinder with
format-dependent position calculation
• Web winding with positioning functionality and integrated
autopaster
• Web storage for mechanical zero-speed web splicer
■ Benefits
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
Integrated, drive-based SIMOTION Motion Control System
Highly dynamic SINAMICS drives in various designs
Large selection of synchronous and asynchronous motors
Expansion capability based on SIMATIC operator and control
components
Open and tested software applications for printing, winding
and positioning axes
Integrated register control with innovative camera technology
Software for temperature control of the dryer and cylinder
Standardized communication via PROFIBUS and PROFINET
Integrated safety technology for manual sleeve/cylinder
change on the fly
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Sector-specific solutions
Printing presses
Flexo printing
■ Design
HMI
SIMATIC
S7-300
PROFINET
SIMOTION D4x5-2 +
SINAMICS S120
SIMOTION D4x5-2 +
SINAMICS S120
Servomotors
Servomotors
TRC5000
register control
G_PM21_EN_00232
Automation solution for flexo printing
■ More information
More information can be found on the Internet at
www.siemens.com/printing
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Sector-specific solutions
Printing presses
Rotogravure package printing
■ Overview
Integrated register control
High register precision is made possible by our control technique that has been specifically optimized for rotogravure
printing. The closed-loop control has the advantage that it can
quickly access internal process variables and that control
signals are also transferred instantaneously to the drive control.
Integrating the register control and sensors into the drive system
significantly reduces the waste when starting up rotogravure
machines. This is achieved by incorporating the measured
register values into the machine starting sequence. As a consequence, the register stability can be guaranteed within a machine length, and the printing machine can go into automatic operation.
Rotogravure printing presses feature a variable format length,
different form cylinder diameters, different printing materials and
finishing stations. Based on our well-proven drive technology
and sound automation expertise, you can optimally meet this
wide variety of demands.
Flexible system configuration
A flexible hardware and software configuration enables easy implementation of various plant concepts: Our system supports a
central control cabinet concept as well as the direct integration
of the automation components into the various press stations.
And PROFINET can be used to network all of the components.
The printing press can be efficiently controlled from central and
distributed operator stations.
We are the only manufacturer who can equip the integrated
register control with various sensor systems. For the tried and
tested wedge-shaped marks, we can offer an inexpensive basic
contrast probe which is suitable for most colors. A high-performance contrast probe with RGB evaluation offers complete data
acquisition reliability for the inks, lacquers and materials generally used today. By contrast, dot marks – which reduce the
amount of material used – can be reliably identified using a camera system. All of the sensors can handle the automatic mark
search function, are directly connected to the Motion Controller
and are certified according to ATEX for use in hazardous areas.
Preconfigured, ready-tested software modules
Print Standard includes tested software modules to address
typical applications in rotogravure printing presses. These include function blocks for winding and unwinding, autopaster,
tension control and cross-cutters.
■ Benefits
Integrated safety functions
Integrated register control
7 High register precision
7 Open and tested application Print Standard for printing,
winding and positioning tasks
High register precision
7
Individually driven rotogravure machines constitute a complex
structure involving factors that mutually influence one another:
Web length, transport and web stretch must be taken into
account in order to guarantee a high quality print. The virtual
master axis forms the electronic shaft, and ensures the precise
synchronization of the printing cylinders, which are also responsible for transporting the material web. Thus, every drive axis
has a direct influence on the web tension and adjusts the register. In turn, this changes the web tension, which has a negative
impact on the register stability of the following printing units.
The dynamic register decoupling function (DRD) eliminates this
effect in the form of a software solution by networking all of the
drive axes. This is the key to achieving precise, high-speed
control of the register.
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Printing presses
Rotogravure package printing
■ Design
SIMATIC
S7-300
HMI
PROFINET
DRIVE-CLiQ
SIMOTION D4x5-2 +
SINAMICS S120
SIMOTION D4x5-2 +
SINAMICS S120
SIMATIC
ET 200S
distributed I/O
TM17
TM41
SIMOTION D4x5-2 +
SINAMICS S120
Servomotors
Servomotors
Servomotors
TRC5000
register control
G_PM21_EN_00234
Automation solution for rotogravure package printing
■ More information
More information can be found on the Internet at
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Sector-specific solutions
Printing presses
Newspaper printing
■ Overview
Improved cost-effectiveness and greater energy efficiency
Converters with regenerative feedback capability feed braking
energy back into the supply system – and therefore make this
energy available to other users in the system. Through the use of
inverters with coupled drives, energy can be directly exchanged
via the shared DC link. This minimizes power losses in the
system and thus means that an infeed module of significantly
smaller power rating or frame size can be used. Supplementary
capacitors can be installed in the DC link in order to cover or
prevent transient power peaks.
Drive diagnostics with Print Diag
Print Diag permanently acquires all the important motor and
converter data and displays it – to secure full transparency of
the drive system. The system permits optional read and write
access to all parameters and also allows data to be recorded in
real time and with a long-time trace. A comprehensive signaling
and analysis system with help texts, fault clearance procedures
and statistical functions speeds up and simplifies troubleshooting, and also makes it easier to identify weak points in the press.
In this way this system provides you with a reliable overview,
even if your installation is complex.
With SIMOTION and SINAMICS, we are addressing the demand
for increased flexibility in newspaper printing in that we supply
integrated system modules, perfectly tailored for implementing
a very broad range of drive concepts. SIMOTION controllers,
available in different versions and scalable performance levels,
handle the synchronization, open-loop and closed-loop control
of the axes. The modular SINAMICS drive system – with servo
and vector control for complex demanding drive applications –
includes variants for single-axis and multi-axis applications
ranging from 0.12 to 4500 kW.
Flexible and redundant communication: PROFINET
PROFINET allows a diverse range of network infrastructures to
be created with different topologies such as ring, tree, line or
star-type structures. In order to secure the highest level of
system availability, a redundant communication structure can be
created using a ring-type topology and the "bumpless" Media
Redundancy Protocol (MRPD).
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• Virtual and real master axes with ramp generator
• Motion superimposition, e.g. for ribbon and color register
adjustment
• Positioning and homing functions
• Winding and unwinding functions
■ More information
More information can be found on the Internet at
www.siemens.com/printing
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Sector-specific solutions
Printing presses
Newspaper printing
■ Design
Master
computer
SIMOTION D4x5-2 +
SINAMICS S120 with
drive-based integrated safety
Scalance PN Switch
SIMATIC
ET 200S
distributed
I/O
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Sector-specific solutions
Printing presses
Digital printing
■ Overview
First choice for outstanding performance
The angular synchronism of the drives and servo drives involved
in transporting the material web ensures low speed ripple and
constant tension to produce the best print results. Frequently
used applications, such as winders, tension control, multi-axis
drives, positioners, winders etc., can be taken from the Print
Standard and integrated in machine programs. Moreover, networking of all the various press stations via PROFINET ensures
that the entire machine can perform to the highest level and also
simplifies diagnostics and maintenance.
■ Benefits
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7
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The SIMOTION D drive-based control system makes it easy
to implement applications involving ink-jet and electrophotographic digital printing presses. The free configurability in
various programming languages can be combined with tested
and proven technological functions: Both drive-related Motion
Control functions as well as open-loop control and communication tasks including HMI interfacing can be implemented using
just one system.
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Flexible configuring of open-loop control, Motion Control and
communication tasks
Tried and tested Motion Control functions
One drive system for linear and rotary drives
High speed stability
Parameterizable incremental pulse output
Scalable hardware
Simple to network via PROFINET
■ More information
More information can be found on the Internet at
www.siemens.com/printing
■ Design
PROFINET
HMI
SIMATIC
ET 200S
distributed I/O
SIMOTION D4x5-2 +
SINAMICS S120
Servomotors
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Sector-specific solutions
Printing presses
Integrated register control
■ Overview
SIMOTION TRC1000 register control
This high-performance entry-level solution is
ideal for especially price-sensitive segments
in the printing press market. It operates with
a high-quality monochrome sensor which
automatically detects all of the usual wedgeshaped and block marks, measures up to two
marks with respect to one another and communicates with the actual register control via
PROFINET IO with IRT.
SIMOTION TRC3000 register control
With this solution a high-performance RGB
sensor detects the standard colors, but can
also sense challenging special colors and
lacquers that are printed on materials that
either have a weak contrast or are reflective.
This intelligent sensor automatically measures up to 20 print marks, and is directly
connected to the SIMOTION controller of the
printing unit via PROFINET IO with IRT.
A powerful register control enhances the value of any printing
machine: With multi-color printing, the simpler, faster and more
precise the registration, the less waste is incurred – which
translates into more time for productive printing and higher
print quality.
SIMOTION TRC5000 register control
The SIMOTION TRC5000 register control
senses dot marks using an intelligent CCD
camera, which – by contrast with a sensorbased system – detects all of the marks in a
printed area simultaneously at a defined
sampling instant. The result: An especially
high measuring and repeat accuracy. Live
camera images facilitate setup and monitoring of materials and print marks.
Integration – the key to register quality
Our register controls are fully integrated into the SIMOTION
controller and Print Standard software package as function
modules. This means that you won't need any additional control
system or an extra control cabinet. As a result, the register
control becomes an elementary component of the automated
machine sequence control. To sense print marks, we can offer
you various solutions based on sensors and fiber-optic cables
for wedge-shaped marks as well as a camera-based solution
for dot marks. Thanks to the open, customer-specific, adaptable
SIMATIC WinCC flexible user interface, the register control can
also be integrated into the machine operating control and the
automated sequence control.
■ More information
More information can be found on the Internet at
www.siemens.com/printing
■ Design
PROFINET
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Sector-specific solutions
Textile machines
Fleece folding machine
■ Overview
The task to be resolved is to intermittently layer the web that is
fed in at constant speed while achieving a constant weight per
unit area. The material is transported to the actual laying position
between the feeding conveyor and covering conveyor. Two
traversing carriages layer the web in zigzag form on a conveyor
belt that is arranged at a 90° angle to the machine axis.
The motion of the lower carriage determines the width of the
product and the upper carriage acts as a material buffer that
compensates for the difference in velocity between the feeding
conveyor and layering carriage.
The motion relationship between the two carriages is also influenced by process parameters, such as the required web drafts
at the edges, also referred to as profiling. The highly dynamic
reversing movements of the carriages are implemented with
servomotors without additional gearing.
The required number of layers in the material cross-section and
therefore the fleece strength (measured in g/m²) is determined
by the velocity ratio between the infeed and output.
Machine requirements
The fleece folding or cross folding machine is arranged in a nonwoven textile machine between the carding machine and the
needle loom. The web arriving from the carding machine rarely
has the weight per unit area required for the application. The
cross folding machine therefore lays the number of web layers
on top of each other that are required for the application.
Carding machine
The machine has the following automation requirements:
• High dynamic response
in the reversing motion for exact web edges
• Flexible traversing profiles
for different material requirements
• Draft-free layering of the fibrous web
at high velocity
Web laying device
Bale breaker
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Needling machine Longitudinal cutter
Cross-cutter
Take-up roller
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Sector-specific solutions
Textile machines
Fleece folding machine
■ Benefits
The SIMOTION automation solution described below offers you
the following advantages:
7 Memory space is saved due to cam calculation in real time
7 Faster and more convenient set-up due to flexible adjustment
of parameters
7 Scalable and open software menus for integrating software
parameters
7 High flexibility and short resetting times when changing
products
7 Reproducibility of lots due to recipe memory
7 Higher degree of user-friendliness due to graphics-based
programming
7 Transparency due to comprehensive diagnostic tools and
dialog control via SIMOTION SCOUT
7 All machines that are involved in the process, e.g. carding
machines and needle looms, can be easily automated using
SIMOTION and SIMATIC S7 programmable logic controllers
and networked to form a line.
7 The machine data that are relevant to the process are available on a SIMATIC Panel MP 277 with WinCC and can be
supplied to an operating data management system through
an OPC interface (Industrial Ethernet).
SIMATIC MP 277
PROFINET
DRIVE-CLiQ
SIMOTION C
SIMATIC
ET 200S
32 DI, 32 DO
SIMOTION D425
SINAMICS S120
Infeed
Upper carriage
■ Design
The SINAMICS S120 is used in combination with the
SIMOTICS S-1FK7 High Dynamic servomotors as a drive
system. SIMOTION as an open-loop and closed-loop control
system allows motion control, PLC and technology tasks to
be executed fully in a single system.
Even with a high volume of process data, this means that short
cycle times can be achieved.
The complex motional sequences within individual cycles are
programmed with the SCOUT engineering system using
cams, for example. SCOUT supports graphical programming
(Motion Control Chart) as well as more familiar PLC features
such as ladder logic, function block diagram or high-level
language (Structured Text).
Conveyor carriage
Lower carriage
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Automation solution
SIMOTICS
S-1FK7
servomotors
Output
Example of automation solution with SIMOTION D and SINAMICS S120
■ More information
More information can be found on the Internet at
www.siemens.com/textile
Features of the automation solution:
• Calculation of the traversing curve profiles of the layering
carriages and adaptation of the curve profiles in real time
• Transfer of data to the drives over PROFINET
• Following error offsets are scaled or the whole profile is
extrapolated and applied in the relevant layering carriage
tour
• Panels are available for visualization and operation, operated
either by touch or keyboard, which can be linked via
PROFINET to the automation system
• SIMOTION and the data acquisition system communicate via
OPC server, guaranteeing data exchange for Windows-based
systems with browser quality.
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Sector-specific solutions
Textile machines
Weaving machine
■ Overview
■ Benefits
The SIMOTION automation solution described below offers the
following advantages:
7 To attain even faster resetting times, the mechanical cam can
be replaced by a high resolution SIMOTION cam function for
harness motions.
7 The technology functions integrated in SIMOTION, particularly
the electronic cam, make it easy to implement the required
motion control easily and safely for the process. Furthermore,
where necessary, they allow motion profiles to be modified
flexibly and with minimum effort.
7 Variable user interfaces enable process parameters to be
quickly adapted to the execution system. These data can be
reproduced at any time and assigned according to process
technology. A lot change no longer requires you to make
manual adjustments.
7 Tools for commissioning, configuration and diagnostics
integrated in the uniform, scalable SCOUT engineering
system reduce service and configuring times.
Machine requirements
Weaving is the most widely used method of fabric production
for the decoration, clothing and home furnishing textile sectors.
However, technical textiles, including wire cloth, are also
produced on modern weaving machines.
Irrespective of the weft insertion method used, very high cycle
and acceleration rates are essential for weaving machines.
Furthermore, weaving machines are characterized by a large
number of nonlinear motion sequences and time-critical starting
times. Mechatronic solutions consisting of a combination of
mechanical cams and servo drives for warp let-off and fabric
take-up are the modern state of the art.
More recently, harness motion and weft insertion have also been
implemented with individual electric drives in some instances.
The demands on the automation are:
• Constant velocity relation between warp let-off and fabric
take-up as a function of the main drive
• Constant thread tension during the process
(uniform fabric quality)
• Weft insertion synchronized precisely with cycle times
• Fast position-oriented supply of weft threads corresponding to
the color selection
• Increase in machine cycle times
• Different weft insertion processes using a projectile, airjet,
or picker
• Short resetting times for lot changes
• Reproducibility of process data
• Pattern data management and preparation
■ More information
More information can be found on the Internet at
www.siemens.com/textile
Main drive
Shafts
Weft insertion
Reed
Tension check
mechanism
Back rail
Cloth beam drive
Warp beam
Weft insertion
Shaft drive
Dobby
Operating principle of the weaving machine
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Cloth take-up
Warp let-off drive
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Sector-specific solutions
Textile machines
Weaving machine
■ Design
Automation solution
Operator control and monitoring (HMI)
With the newest machine types, the flexible automation architecture is implemented in accordance with the technological
requirements for the weaving machine.
Using a touch panel (e.g. SIMATIC TP 177B) or a multi panel
(e.g. SIMATIC MP 277B) based on the runtime and configuring
software SIMATIC WinCC flexible:
• Process data management, e.g.:
- Speed specification
- Presetting of weft density
- Presetting of technology values
• Pattern management
• Diagnostics/remote diagnostics
The performance features for
• Operator control/visualization/diagnostics/pattern
• Process control
• Motion control and
• Drive-related control
are coordinated in accordance with process engineering
requirements.
The solution model is determined by preprocessing the process
data and their implementation as a motion control process.
Machine control, implemented by SIMOTION D:
• Setpoint input
• Control of warp let-off and cloth take-off
• Weft insertion control
• Machine monitoring
• Harness control
Drives
The integrated automation and drives structure is rounded off by
the bus-coupled dynamic SINAMICS S120 drive system and
SIMOTICS S-1FT7/-1FK7 motors.
Features of the automation solution:
• Constant thread tension control during the winding and unwinding process, correct provision of thread and accurate
positioning when entering the weft are closely coupled to the
process control and are processed synchronously with the
machine cycle. These control functions are performed by a
SIMOTION D4x5-2.
• A master that obtains its actual values from an encoder
mounted on the main shaft, outputs appropriate setpoint
signals to the slaves of the drive and control system.
• Coupling through an OPC interface (Ethernet) ensures
operating data management and exchange of data with
the pattern system.
SIMATIC MP 277B
PROFINET
DRIVE-CLiQ
SIMATIC ET 200S
distributed I/O
SIMOTION D
SINAMICS S120
Let-off drive
Material take-off
Optional shaft drive
SIMOTICS
S-1FT7/-1FK7
servomotors
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Main drive
Weft insertion
Weft insertion
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Sector-specific solutions
Converting
Printing, stamping and embossing machines
■ Overview
Printing, stamping and embossing machines are constructed in
modular form which demands a flexible automation concept with
regard to hardware and functionality.
The function modules can, for example, be:
• Winder and unwinder
• Punching module
• Print module
• Coating module
• Laminating module
• Cross cutter module
Apart from the velocity of the machine, the accuracy and repeatability of product processing are also important. The required
accuracy is < ± 0.1 mm (0.0004 in).
Machine requirements
Printing, stamping and embossing machines are used, for
example, in the manufacture of labels and tickets. The material
to be processed ranges from paper through plastic to metal film,
depending on the product.
The demands on the automation are:
• Constant velocity ratio between the machine modules through
geared synchronous motion or velocity ratio
• Constant tension during the process (tension and dancer
roll control)
• Cams for motion control (punch and cross cutter)
• Winder control
• Print mark correction
• Modular software and hardware structure for the implementation of customized machine configurations
• Parameterizable software for adaptation to different materials
and products
The original material is usually on a roll. The end product comprises either rolls (endless material) or sheets which are cut to a
specified format by cross cutters.
Clamping Positioning
roller
point
Punch
Positioning Clamping
roller
point
Unwinder
Print mark
sensor
Tension capsule
Tension capsule
Dancer position
sensing
Dancer position
sensing
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Rewinder
Basic structure of a punching machine
■ Benefits
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The SIMOTION automation solution described below offers you
the following advantages:
7 Adaptation of the configuration to the machine design thanks
to the modular software and hardware concept
7 The SIMOTION controller combines functions such as logic,
synchronous operation and cams as well as technology
functions such as winder controls, print mark synchronization
and cross cutters, so that the complete machine functionality
can be implemented on the same controller hardware.
7 Variable user interfaces enable process parameters to be
quickly adapted to the execution system.
7 Scalable hardware platform for different machine requirements
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Prepared software elements for simplifying commissioning
from the Converting Toolbox and SIMOTION Easy Basics, e.g.
operating mode manager, winder, axis control, cross cutter,
etc.
7 Remote diagnostics, commissioning and configuring tools
that are integrated into the uniform and scalable SCOUT
engineering system reduce servicing and configuring times.
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Printing, stamping and embossing machines
■ Design
IHM
PROFINET
DRIVE-CLiQ
DRIVE-CLiQ
DRIVE-CLiQ
SIMATIC ET 200S
distributed I/O
SIMOTICS S-1FK7/
S-1FT7/ M-1PH7
motors
SINAMICS
S120
SIMOTICS S-1FK7/
S-1FT7/ M-1PH7
motors
Winder and unwinder, punch
SIMOTICS S-1FK7/
S-1FT7/ M-1PH7
motors
Print module
Coating and laminating module
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SINAMICS
S120
SIMOTION
D4x5-2
Example of automation solution with SIMOTION D4x5-2
Automation solution
With the newest machine types, the flexible automation architecture is implemented in accordance with the technological
requirements for the machine.
The performance features for
• Operator control/visualization/diagnostics
• Process control
• Motion control and
• Drive-related control
are coordinated in accordance with process engineering
requirements.
Machine control
The machine control is implemented with SIMOTION D4x5-2.
It performs the following PLC and Motion Control functions:
• Logic
• Operating mode manager
• Setpoint input
• Closed-loop controls (winder, tensioner, dancer roll)
• Cross cutters
• Machine monitoring
• Synchronous operation
• Cams
• Print mark correction
Operator control and monitoring (HMI)
Operator control and monitoring of the machine is performed, for
example, using a Multi Panel with the WinCC flexible runtime and
configuring software. The following functions are implemented
using the Multi Panel:
• Machine module selection
• Process data management
• Speed specification
• Presetting of technology values
• Diagnostics/remote diagnostics
Drives
The integrated automation and drives structure is rounded off by
the bus-coupled dynamic converter system SINAMICS S120
and SIMOTICS S-1FT7/-1FK7 motors.
■ More information
More information can be found on the Internet at
www.siemens.com/converting
or
www.usa.siemens.com/converting
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Sector-specific solutions
Converting
Continuous web coating and
laminating technology
■ Overview
■ Application
Typical areas of application for coating technology are, for
example, the manufacture of self-adhesive labels, electrical film
barriers, electrode material, packaging material, building
materials or technical textiles.
Coating machines/plants
Webs of material are coated and laminated in a coating machine. This is done by uncoiling the substrate from the unwinder,
then guiding it, for example, via a surface treatment unit to the
applicator unit, and finally onto the dryer. The substrate can be
coated on both sides in the applicator unit. Before further processing, the coated material is cooled and subsequently laminated, e.g. with an additional material. In many cases, several
coats are applied in succession, or the laminating material is
also coated before the substrate is laminated. The coated and
laminated end product is then wound onto a rewinder for further
processing.
Continuous web coating is a technology applied to many different types of basic materials and end products. As a result of this
broad range of applications, coating technology involves a vast
array of different machine types, ranging from standard series
machines to customized coating plants, while the requirements
of the automation and drive systems themselves vary greatly. In
all cases, the ultimate objective is to confer additional functional
properties on a substrate by coating or lamination.
■ Benefits
Requirements of the machine automation and drive systems
7 Improved productivity through increased machine speeds
7 Time saving on machine setup times for product changes,
e.g. different material width or application method
7 Shorter ramp times (ramp-up, emergency stop) to avoid waste
material
7 Higher machine speed on automatic roll change to improve
productivity
7 Reduction in process energy by implementation of energysaving concept for all machines and energy regeneration
7 Enhanced machine availability achieved by reliable automation and drive system components, faster spare parts
supplies, quick detection, localization and elimination of
faults, preventive maintenance
7 Constancy of tension through efficient, robust and adaptive
tension control during the production process (tension or
dancer control)
7 Modular software and hardware structure for the implementation of customized machine configurations
7 Software which can be parameterized and adapted for
different materials and processes
7 Less maintenance and more dynamic control through the use
of direct drive technology
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A variety of different coating methods are employed in a coating
machine depending on the type of substrate and coating mass,
e.g. curtain coating, scraper technique, multi-roller application
method or extrusion coating.
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Sector-specific solutions
Converting
Continuous web coating and
laminating technology
■ Design
Depending on requirements, a coating machine comprises a
variety of machine modules, including, for example:
• Unwinder and rewinder, or reversing winder if desired
• Applicator units
• Laminating units
• Surface treatment, e.g. UV, corona
•
•
•
•
•
Tension and/or dancer control
Cooling systems, e.g. by means of cooling rollers
Dryers, e.g. guide roller dryer, floatation dryer
Perforation, stamping, punching
Intermittent coating
Automation solution
Main panel
Engineering
S7 F-CPU
Remote access
MES I/O
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PROFINET
SINAMICS S120
SINAMICS Drive Control Chart
Material web drives,
tension control
SINAMICS S120
SINAMICS Drive
Control Chart
SINAMICS S120
SINAMICS Drive
Control Chart
SINAMICS S120
SINAMICS Drive
Control Chart
Unwinder,
flying roll change
Unwinder,
flying roll change
Winder,
flying roll change
Distributed I/O
Safety
Auxiliary drives
Example of automation solution for a coating machine
The topology illustrated above shows an example of a distributed automation system for a medium-sized coating machine
based on a machine control solution, e.g. a SIMATIC S7.
In this case, the control performs general machine logic functions such as operating mode management, interfacing of
I/O systems, (optional) safety technology
(SIMATIC S7 F-CPU) and auxiliary drives.
The web-guiding drives receive a master velocity setpoint from
the machine control and operate by this method at synchronized
velocity.
The internal machine network, i.e. the networking between
central control, drives, I/O modules and peripheral systems is
created with PROFINET. The network can thus also be provided
with an interface to machine management level.
The process-oriented closed-loop control in the SINAMICS S120
drive system is implemented by means of SINAMICS Drive
Control Chart, thereby minimizing processing times in the
process-oriented control and reducing the load on the machine
control. Process-oriented applications can be solved with
modules from the Converting Toolbox, e.g. for the winder control,
flying roll change and higher-level tension and/or dancer control.
A SIMATIC Panel with WinCC or WinCC flexible are provided as
machine visualization equipment, i.e. as the HMI.
■ More information
More information can be found on the Internet at
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Sector-specific solutions
Converting
Machines for the manufacture of
hygiene and tissue products
■ Overview
The SIMOTION Motion Control System when combined with
SINAMICS S120 is the ideal product for automating a diverse
range of machines used to produce hygiene and tissue
products. Machines used in the manufacture of diapers of all
kinds, incontinence products, sanitary towels, pantyliners and
underpads, as well as toilet rolls (including the coremaker), plus
the associated packaging and palletizing equipment can be
rendered highly productive by the incorporation of this integrated system.
Machine requirements
The manufacturing process requires a variety of different
technological functions, for example:
• Synchronous operation
• Cam
• Winders
• Punching
• Stamping
• Automatic roll change
These can be implemented by using a high-performance
Motion Control System in combination with dynamic drives.
A combination of the SIMOTION Motion Control System,
SINAMICS S120 and the highly dynamic SIMOTICS S-1FK7
motors are the ideal answer to applications of this type. The
solution is rounded off by the comprehensive range of HMI
products and distributed I/O components.
The entire process can be implemented by a single system, from
uncoiling the substrate, to punching different diaper formats,
filling diapers with cellulose material and transferring them to a
packaging machine.
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Examples of function modules are:
• Winder control with material store for automatic roll change
without braking the machine
• Adhesion devices
• Cross cutter module
• Longitudinal cutter
• Tension or dancer control for constant web tension
• Stamping module
• Printing module, print-mark correction
• Quality inspection for detecting, tracking and rejecting faulty
products
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The requirements on the automation are:
• Improved productivity through increased cycle times
• Time saving on machine setup times for product changes
• Inclusive diagnostic concept for all machines to prevent
downtimes
• Modular software and hardware structure for the implementation of customized machine configurations and machine
adaptation
• Integrated networking and synchronization of all drives to
improve product quality
• Software which can be parameterized and adapted for
different materials and processes
• Parameterizable and modular software and hardware plus
automated engineering in order to cut the time and cost of
engineering and commissioning
• User-friendly operation and visualization
• Scalable hardware to reduce component variety
■ Benefits
An optimized automation and drive concept makes it possible to
create highly flexible machines which can improve productivity
by cutting machine setup times for product changes as well as
fulfill the growing market requirements of the end product. By selecting to use a uniform Motion Control System, it is also possible
to reduce material rejects and thus increase the cost effectiveness of the machine overall.
By using PROFINET, it is possible
7 to exchange data efficiently between the automation and
drive components, and
7 to integrate the network into the higher-level Manufacturing
Execution System (MES)
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Sector-specific solutions
Converting
Machines for the manufacture of
hygiene and tissue products
■ Design
Machine control
MES
PROFINET
Ethernet
Distributed I/O
Scalance
Switch
HMI
PROFINET
PROFINET
PROFINET
SIMOTION D, SINAMICS S120 and SIMOTICS S-1FK7 motors
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Example of topology of a diaper processing machine
Topology of a diaper processing machine
An optimized automation and drive concept makes it possible to
implement highly flexible machines. By selecting to use the highperformance SIMOTION Motion Control System in combination
with dynamic drives from the SINAMICS S120 range with highly
dynamic SIMOTICS S-1FK7 motors for all function modules, e.g.
winder control, adhesion device, cross cutter module, stamping
or printing module, it is possible to increase the cost effectiveness of the machine overall.
Using PROFINET offers the advantage of efficient data exchange between the automation and drive components and the
option of integrating the network into the higher-level
Manufacturing Execution System (MES).
■ More information
More information can be found on the Internet at
www.siemens.com/converting
or
www.usa.siemens.com/converting
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Sector-specific solutions
Plastics
Automation for extruders
■ Overview
■ Benefits
The SIMATIC automation solution described below offers the
following advantages:
7 Significant cost savings on engineering through provision of
preconfigured, typical basic functions
7 Simple operation of the extruder based on simple, clear
operating screens
7 Easy expansion of system thanks to open software structure
7 Optimum scaling of the control unit
7 Easy to expand by Siemens drive systems
Machine requirements
Continuous material made of plastic is made into pipes, profiles,
sheets and film on extrusion lines. During this process, the plastic in granule form is continuously fed to a screw conveyor which
is rotating in a heated metal cylinder. The frictional heat works together with the heat applied over the heating zones to melt the
granules. The plasticized mass is distributed and formed in the
extrusion die so as to produce the correct product contour at the
die outlet. The product is then shaped into its exact, final form by
calibration and cooling units.
Requirements
• Scalable system for adaptation to the machine configuration
• Simple, intuitive operator interface
• Multilingual operator interface
• Various password levels which can be freely configured
• High-quality temperature control (heating and cooling)
• Recipe management
• Monitoring and documentation of process and quality data
• Integration of external ancillary equipment such as
proportioning unit and melt pump
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Plastics
Automation for extruders
■ Design
Automation solution
The SIMATIC automation system provides a high-quality solution
for extruders and extruder lines. It is designed as an open standard. The user can employ the basic functions of the standard,
but also add or adapt functions to suit an individual machine
configuration.
The SINAMICS drive system and SIMOTICS motors round off the
solution perfectly.
SIMATIC EXT 3370 application
• Supports the complete machine control
• Comprises all the technology functions for controlling a
pipe/profile extruder
• Scope of implementation:
- Drive-based control for up to 6 drives
- Temperature control for up to 16 temperature zones
• Executes on:
- Conventional SIMATIC controller with CPU, or
- Soft PLC SIMATIC controller WinAC, PC-based
• Extended by SIMATIC Comfort Panels in the desired
display size
• Prerequisite for using the application SIMATIC EXT 3370
is a software license
Software functions
• Operating screens created with WinCC Comfort
• Temperature control
- Self-adjustment of control parameters, even at the
operating point
- Separate controllers for heating and cooling zones
- Integrated multi-zone autotuning
- Heating current monitoring with individual unit/group
monitoring functionality
- Seven-day timer
• Drive control
- Starting function
- Cold start function
• Mass pressure control
• Diagnostics, messages and trend graphs
• Recipe management
HMI
SIMATIC S7 CPU
Temperature
control
Extruder
Extractor
SIMATIC I/O
I/O modules
G_PM21_EN_00100a
PROFINET
SIMATIC EXT 3370 automation solution
■ More information
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Sector-specific solutions
Plastics
Servo pump
■ Overview
■ Application
Process-optimized use of energy
Energy-efficient, modernized systems generally consume only
as much energy as the hydraulic machines need in the relevant
phases. The energy saving effect is greatest during "idle times":
The servo-driven pump is then virtually at a standstill and consumes only a minimal amount of energy, by contrast with the
pump in conventional solutions which needed to continue
running at a reduced output (15 to 20 %).
Our solutions are as individual as the requirements of your hydraulic application. At the same time, our product portfolio also
includes turnkey systems in the 10, 20, 30 and 60 kW ratings
range. Install, connect up and switch on – that is our motto!
Minimum effort for a fair price. An appealing side effect of the
servo pump is that it contributes enormously to reducing noise.
Servo pump –
the energy-saving solution for hydraulic machines
Outstanding efficiency across the entire line
Efficiency is becoming an increasingly important factor in the
optimization of hydraulic machines and plants. This basically
applies to all types of hydraulically driven axis, but particularly
to the axes of presses, injection molding machines and blow
molding machines, for example. In addition to the trend in favor
of hydraulic machines which are partially or fully electrical in
design, it is also beneficial to optimize the hydraulic units
themselves.
Energy saving made easy
With its new, highly dynamic servo pump, Siemens has the
perfect answer. With energy savings of up to 70 %, your investment in the future will pay off within a very short time. Suitable
combinations comprising at least one hydraulic pump and a
SIMOTICS synchronous motor – a development which is state of
the art with respect to energy efficiency – will guarantee that you
achieve maximum energy savings.
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■ Benefits
Advantages at a glance
7 High energy efficiency: savings of up to 70 %
7 "DCC" for active closed-loop control of the servo pump
7 Enormous reduction in noise emissions
7 High efficiency
7 Simple drive system with broad scope of functions
7 Reduced complexity
7 Easy system integration
7 Simple preventive maintenance
7 Reduction in quantity of valves
7 Optimum adaptation of force and velocity to the pressing
process
7 Precise reproducibility of velocity, force and cycle times
7 Small oil tank
7 Highly developed diagnostics capability
7 Modular design
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Servo pump
■ Design
Flexibility based on standard components
The servo pump solution comprises the following standard
components:
• SINAMICS S120
• SIMOTICS servomotors
• SD card with "DCC" control software
Vset
These components enable you to implement your individual
requirements of the hydraulic application down to the very last
detail. Our portfolio is rounded off by preconfigured "turnkey"
solutions which are delivered ready to connect for ratings 10, 20,
30 and 60 kW.
Setpoints via bus control or analog
Pset
Pact
0...10V
U
P
P
T
SINAMICS S120
G_PM21_EN_00229
Schematic representation of servo pump
■ More information
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Sector-specific solutions
Metal forming technology
Roll feeds
■ Overview
■ Benefits
The SIMOTION automation solution offers the following
advantages:
7 Maximum flexibility due to scalable products, systems and
solutions
7 Transparency in the process due to comprehensive
diagnostic tools
7 Preconfigured sample screens in WinCC flexible
7 Highly dynamic and fast motion control
7 Open, application-based solution which can be individually
adapted by the OEM
7 Industry-specific functions are provided, such as operating
mode management, slip monitoring, encoder switchover, feed
control, roller diameter compensation
7 Feed lengths changed on the fly
Machine requirements
The electronic roll feed is an integral part of almost every modern
coil-fed press and punch and is frequently implemented as a
stand-alone, electrically driven machine unit. The flexible feed
automation replaces expensive mechanical designs. This increases the flexibility of production and in most cases the productivity of the plant. In sheet-metal processing too, the trend
continues in cost-effective manufacturing both of large batches
at maximum cycle rates as well as a broad range of components
in small batches. Accordingly, the roll feed has to respond
flexibly to changing production data and at the same time avoid
unnecessary production downtimes.
The production stroke rate of the press or punch directly depends upon the positioning time of the roll feed. This can only be
achieved when highly dynamic motional sequences are used.
The sheet metal is transported between two rollers. In order to
reduce the risk of impairing the surface of the sheet metal, the
sheet metal strip between these rollers must be reliably prevented from slipping. For this reason, the motion control system
must be highly dynamic and particular attention must be paid to
jerk and G-Force characteristics.
The automation system must provide the following functions:
• Relative positioning to permit cycle-exact feeding of the
material
• Special positioning algorithms to prevent slipping coupled
with time-optimization
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Roll feeds
■ Design
Automation solution
The modular SIMOTION Motion Control System in combination
with the SINAMICS S120 drive system as well as highly dynamic
servomotors provide a precise and highly dynamic response
and therefore create a high-quality roll feed solution for optimum
adaptation to the specific field of application.
Due to the independence of the SIMOTION platform from the
drives to be controlled, the SIMOTION application SimoRoll is
also ideally suited for retrofitting of an existing plant.
The following variants are covered by the SIMOTION application
SimoRoll:
• Single-axis roll feed
• Two-axis roll feed in the versions:
- Double-axis roll feed comprising one roller pair in front and
another roller pair behind the press or punch
- Zig-zag roll feed comprising a roll feed in the direction of
travel and a cross motion matched to the feed motion
(optional)
For the purpose of achieving a highly dynamic traversing response and the resulting maximization of productivity, numerous
process-oriented functions are provided:
• Specification of the feeding profile via position and velocity
• Specification of the velocity profile
- Acceleration and deceleration limit ramp can be adjusted
separately
- Separately adjustable initial and final rounding
- Presetting of maximum velocity
- Override parameter can be adjusted during operation
• Operating modes:
- Jog
- Set-up
- Reference point approach
- Single traversing block MDI
- Automatic single block and program processing
• Discharge rollers
• Actual value switchover from measuring wheel encoder to
motor encoder
• Calculation of the maximum number of strokes for the
specified dynamics and feed data
• Messages and monitoring functions:
- Slip monitoring
- Approach position reached (VPE)
- Position reached and stop (PEH)
- Difference between direct and indirect measuring system
- Load ratio
• Documented sample project
SIMATIC HMI
PROFINET
Absolute encoder
Mobile Panel
SIMATIC
ET 200S
F-CPU
DRIVE-CLiQ
SIMOTION
D4x5-2
SINAMICS
S120
Roll feed
Optional
incremental encoder
SMC
TM15/
TM17
. Protective doors
. Emergency stop
button
. Valves
. …
M
Sheet
metal
G_PM21_EN_00223a
High-speed
output cam
SIMOTICS
S-1FK7/-1FT7
servomotors
Feed Vent Adjust
Example of automation solution with SIMOTION D4x5-2 and SINAMICS S120
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Sector-specific solutions
Metal forming technology
Electronic transfer
■ Overview
■ Benefits
The SIMOTION automation solution offers the following
advantages:
7 Configuration with the standard SIMOTION, SINAMICS,
SIMATIC HMI components and I/O
7 Graded performance of drive and operating components
can be optimized to suit requirements
7 Scalable number of axes
7 Reduction in idle times, e.g. during maintenance and
(re)commissioning after tool changes
7 Flexible setting of motion sequence parameters by the
press operator
7 Movement according to variable polynomials ensures
quick dynamic response and protection of mechanical
components
Machine requirements
Transfer systems are used to transport workpieces within a press
with transfer press tools or large-component transfer presses.
They are designed as a stand-alone machine or integrated as a
universal transfer into the press.
Transfer systems are employed in the sheet metal processing
industry, in punching and metal forming, and in forging plants for
cold, semi-cold and warm forming processes.
The ongoing trend to increase the degree of automation in industrial production processes is encouraging an ever growing
number of machine manufacturers to replace conventional,
mechanically coupled transfer systems (cams in a positive
mechanical coupling with the ram) with fully parameterizable,
electronic transfer controls. The modern electronic transfer has
far fewer mechanical drive elements than the mechanical transfer system. These are almost entirely replaced by electrical positioning drives that operate synchronously with the main motion
of the press.
Transfer systems generally are comprised of gripper rails which
are controlled in three directions of motion and which transport
workpieces in the press cycle time. These rails are equipped
with either pneumatically operated active pincers or scoops
(depending on the geometry of the sheet metal part) which hold
the part during transport. At the same time, the axes are traversed continuously by means of electrical positioning drives in
such a way that they follow a predefined traversing profile in accordance with the master setpoint of the ram encoder. Transfers
thus offer a high degree of flexibility with regard to the motion
sequence to be implemented and therefore offer considerable
advantages when changing tools.
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Electronic transfer
■ Design
A variable number of drives is supported for transfer presses
depending on the machine construction. For fast and flexible
adaptation to current as well as future production requirements,
the electronic transfer application SIMOTION SimoTrans is
based on the universal SIMOTION Motion Control System and
the SINAMICS drive platform. In accordance with the general
SIMOTION concept, the SIMOTION application SimoTrans has
access to highly dynamic motion control and PLC functionality in
the same environment; time-critical communications interfaces
are not used. The master value coupling to the presses allows all
drives of a motion axis to be traversed synchronously with the
press master value.
Press master setpoint
SIMATIC HMI
PROFINET
SIMATIC
ET 200S
F-CPU
DRIVE-CLiQ
SIMOTION
D4x5-2
SINAMICS
S120
Mobile Panel
TM15/
TM17
. Protective doors
. Emergency stop
button
. Valves
. …
High-speed
output cam
X1
Y1
X2
Y3
Y2
Z1
Y4
Z2
G_PM21_EN_00222
SIMOTICS
S-1FK7/-1FT7
servomotors
Example of automation solution with SIMOTION D4x5-2
Apart from a highly dynamic traversing response and the resulting maximization of productivity, further process-oriented
functions are provided by the SIMOTION application
SIMOTION SimoTrans:
• Coupling of the motion system to a higher-level master value
• Traversing in accordance with standardized motion principles
(High-order polynomials) resulting in favorable jerk and bump
conditions
• Tool data management
• Master value encoder changeover on the fly for adaptation to
the mechanical conditions
• Modular, parameterizable program structure supports press
variations
• Sequence parameterization using tables
• Operating modes: service mode, setup, single stroke and
automatic
• Open Code for customization by the OEM
• Calculation of the maximum possible stroke number
• Encoder functionality can be monitored through redundant
master value coupling
• Verification check of entered traversing data
• Additional functions, such as actual value filter, setpoint filter,
collision monitoring and simulation can be optionally
implemented
The transfer application SIMOTION SimoTrans can be used
either separately or in addition to the press control
SIMOTION SimoPress, in which case synergies can be
effectively utilized along the complete press line.
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Metal forming technology
Mechanical universal press
■ Overview
■ Benefits
The automation task demands almost complete integration of
sequencing (logic) functions, motion functions and technology
functions. With SIMOTION, it has been possible to resolve the
different tasks with one system concept.
Sequence programming can be implemented in the familiar LAD
or FBD languages.
Technology-specific programs are programmed wherever
possible in Structured Text (similar to a high-level language) and
the motion tasks are programmed with the graphical tool Motion
Control Chart (MCC).
Different tasks are, for example:
7 Operating mode control
7 Main drive control with stroke number preset and ramp up
7 Positioning of the main drive for stroke depth adjustment or
tool changing
7 Cam control with dynamic deceleration angle calculation for
OT Stop
7 Process monitoring functions such as tool position lock and
press force monitoring
Mechanical universal press
All these tasks can be programmed using the same engineering
system and finally implemented with a machine-specific hardware platform.
Angular position of plunger
for actual position/stroke rate
Consequently,
7 the number of interfaces is reduced,
7 engineering and commissioning costs are optimized,
7 and standardization is made easier.
Eccentric shaft Combined
brake/coupling
SSIencoder
Rotation
movement
Flywheel
Belt drive
Main drive
Linear
movement
Plunger
Speed
setting
Main drive
control
G_PM10_EN_00155
Operating principle of the mechanical universal press
Machine requirements
Mechanical universal presses are characterized by high flexibility since they are suitable both for cutting and forming. In combination with single, follow-on and progressive tools, small to
medium-sized parts can be manufactured. With these machines, the drive concept of the main press drive is identical.
The press ram complete with tool is driven via a mechanical
transmission device (eccentric, toggle lever) using an electric
drive and flywheel. The ram movement is initiated by the
clutch-brake combination.
Material can be fed manually or continuously from a coil on
automated presses (punching and forming machines). For automated presses with progressive dies, the workpiece will be
moved along by roll or gripper feed to the press. The press
control performs a variety of tasks such as operator control and
monitoring, general machine control, operating mode and main
drive control, tool management, cam controller, process control
and positioning.
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Automatic forming and punching machines place exacting
demands on the sampling time for time-critical functions (cam
controller, process control, etc.). Universal presses with stroke
numbers up to 100, max. 200 strokes/min are mostly simple
presses with a low degree of automation. Stroke numbers
ranging from 200 to 500 strokes/min, even increasing to
2000 strokes/min in the case of punching presses, require
more complex solutions and place higher demands on
reaction times and degree of automation.
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Mechanical universal press
■ Design
■ More information
More information can be found on the Internet at
Automation solution
In the automation concept of mechanical universal presses presented here, the tested industry-specific application solutions
have all been incorporated into the SIMOTION SimoPress application. With this technology software, we offer preconfigured
press functions for the main drive control, cam controller, tool
position lock and pressing force monitoring. SIMOTION D4x5-2
with the SINAMICS S120 drive system has been selected as the
hardware platform.
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Both the machine control and the SIMOTION SimoPress technology functions are programmed on SIMOTION D4x5-2 and
they control and monitor the machine through the distributed
SIMATIC ET 200 I/O. The cam signals are output or sensor
signals are acquired for process control over the drive-related,
high-speed I/O modules TM15 or TM17 High Feature.
The motors are controlled by SINAMICS S120 Motor Modules.
The SIMOTION SimoPress technology software covers all main
properties for a mechanical universal press. The software together with the SIMOTION SimoRoll and SIMOTION SimoTrans
solutions provides a complete press package.
PROFINET
DRIVE-CLiQ
SIMATIC
ET 200S
distributed
I/O
TM15/TM17
Output
cams
Sensors
SMC30
SIMOTION D4x5-2
SINAMICS S120
Roll feed
SIMOTICS
S-1FK7/-1FT7
servomotors
Slide adjustment
G_PM10_EN_00160b
SIMOTICS GP-1LA/M-1PH
main drive
Example of automation solution with SIMOTION D4x5-2
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Sector-specific solutions
Metal forming technology
Pipe bending
■ Overview
■ Benefits
The automation concept with SIMOTION/SINAMICS combines
the following advantages:
7 Reduced engineering overhead due to configuration, programming and commissioning with one system, the SCOUT
engineering system
7 Fewer interfaces, since different tasks are performed on the
same hardware
7 Simplified commissioning of drives by means of an electronic
motor rating plate
7 Optimized machine operation due to user-friendly, flexibly
adjustable and reproducible process parameters on the
operator panel, e.g. pressure, positions
7 Higher availability of the machine through wide-ranging
diagnostic functions in SIMOTION in the case of a plant
failure
7 TIA integration simplifies integration of HMI, I/O and drives
Machine requirements
In pipe bending, round stock (pipe, rod, wire, conduit, etc) is actively reformed using a bending head. In this case, the bending
head guides the material around a bending roller or die. The
bending angle is determined by the end position of the bending
head. The bending radius depends on the die and, therefore,
cannot be changed during machining.
The bending programs are frequently created on the PC using
special programs. The respective bending program comprising
positions, angles, speed and pressure is selected via the operator panel and loaded into the controller. A bending machine
typically has 3 to 5 positioning axes that are often implemented
electrically, while the bending axes for large pipe diameters are
frequently implemented hydraulically.
The pipe is inserted manually up to the end stop in the clamping
chuck on the rotary axis. When the "start" command is given, the
pipe is clamped hydraulically and the transport unit moves the
pipe to the first bending point. The sliding rails or jaws are then
hydraulically positioned. Clamping force and contact pressure
values are set according to the material. The bending head is
then rotated by a defined angle and the first bend is formed. The
bending axis automatically tracks the pipe in the Y direction (follow-up mode) or is positioned by means of a cam. The bending
radius is defined by the bending roller (tool) and cannot be
changed. The sliding rail is then opened, the pipe is positioned
at the next bending point and also rotated if necessary. Multidimensional structures can be created in this manner. Different
radii are achieved by means of different dies of various heights,
also referred to as "multi-groove dies". For this purpose, the pipe
is moved using a mandrel and transport unit in the X direction
away from the contour of the roller, then in the Z direction to the
next roller and then positioned in the X direction on the roller
again before it is moved to the next bending position. The sliding
rails are then repositioned and the pipe is bent. This procedure
is repeated until the bending program has been executed and
the pipe can be removed manually.
In order to ensure the shortest possible bending procedures and
reproducible quality, it is important to be able to adapt the
various parameters, such as acceleration, speed and pressure,
to suit the respective product.
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The SIMOTION Motion Control System provides the following
functions to perform these tasks:
• Positioning of electric and hydraulic axes
• Follow-up mode
• Cam
• Axis-dependent starting
• Output cam
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Pipe bending
■ Design
■ More information
Automation solution
As the system platform, SIMOTION P, the PC-based version with
touch panel is a good choice. Without additional interfaces, the
PC bending program, the Touch and HMI functions, the control
logic and the Motion Control can all execute on a single hardware platform.
More information can be found on the Internet at
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SINAMICS S120 and SIMOTICS S-1FK7 motors are used for
the electric drives and provide highly dynamic and reproducible
positioning. In the case of a hydraulic bending axis, the hydraulic servo valve can be activated via SIMATIC ET 200S HS (High
Speed) with analog inputs and outputs. SSI encoders with interface to SIMATIC ET 200S HS or PROFINET encoders are available for sensing the bending axis position.
SIMOTION
P350
PROFINET
DRIVE-CLiQ
SIMATIC
ET 200S HS
Distributed I/O
SINAMICS S120
Z1
P/Q
Z2
P P
Feed Y
Bending C
X1
X2
Turning B Transverse
G_PM21_EN_00092
Lifting
Example of automation solution with SIMOTION P and SINAMICS S120
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Metal forming technology
Hydraulic presses
■ Overview
■ Benefits
The SIMOTION Motion Control System is the best possible
choice for providing automation and drive technology for a
complex hydraulic press. The SIMOTION platform is ideally
suited for use with modular machines. Due to its open and
modular structure, this Motion Control System combines all the
necessary subareas of the overall machine control system:
motion control, PLC functionality and technology functions.
Machine requirements
A hydraulic universal press is characterized by its piston mechanism in the form of one or more hydraulic cylinders. It is used
for tasks such as punching, deep-drawing or pressing to internal
high-pressure forming.
A machine comprises not just the hydraulic press itself, the tool
can also include hydraulic actuators and control loops, especially in the case of internal high-pressure forming. A distinction
is made between single or multiple-action drawing presses,
depending on the number of axes acting on the metal sheet
(pistons, die cushions, sheet metal holders, ejectors).
In the case of hydraulic universal presses, a distinction is made
between closed-loop and open-loop controlled axis motion. With
complex workpieces and molding processes such as internal
high-pressure forming, intervention of the tool at the workpiece
must be precisely controlled.
The seamless transition of the die cushion from position to
pressure control and back to position control is essential. Also
the exact press forces in the individual axes must be accurately
controlled.
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An automation solution based on SIMOTION and PROFINET
therefore offers the following advantages:
7 Implementation of Motion Control, PLC and technology
functions in one integrated system
7 Optimized machine cycles due to deterministic real time and
short cycle times result in high product quality and productivity
7 Combination of any number of electric and hydraulic axes
7 Preconfigured function modules (hydraulic control,
synchronization, cams, cam control, etc.)
7 Synchronized axes can be distributed between several
control systems
7 On-the-fly switchover between position and pressure control
7 Automatic acquisition of the valve characteristic/
controlled system
7 Valve curves can be graphically edited and adapted using
the CAM tool
7 Press force measurement and tool position lock with scanning
rates significantly lower than 1 ms due to fast signal acquisition/signal output via the SIMATIC ET 200S High-Speed I/O
7 Open, application-based solution, can be individually
adapted by the OEM
Flexible selection of the hardware platform
An application created using the SIMOTION SCOUT engineering system can be implemented on different hardware platforms.
You can, therefore, always select the platform that suits your
machine best:
7 SIMOTION C, the compact controller in SIMATIC S7-300
design with interfaces for four position-controlled hydraulic
drives (4 analog outputs and 4 encoder interfaces for SSI
absolute encoders or RS422 incremental encoders)
7 SIMOTION D, the solution integrated into the drive based on
SINAMICS S120, for applications that require electric drives in
addition to hydraulic drives
7 SIMOTION P, the open PC-based solution for applications with
demanding performance requirements or when, for example,
visualization functions are required
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Hydraulic presses
■ Design
Automation solution
With SIMOTION P and the new SIMATIC ET 200S High Speed
I/O, cycle times down to 250 µs can be achieved over
PROFINET with IRT (Isochronous Real Time).
Highly dynamic control loops can therefore be achieved for
hydraulic applications with position and pressure control.
The necessary sensors and actuators, such as
• position encoders connected through the SSI interface,
• pressure sensors connected through analog inputs (AI),
• servo valves controlled via analog outputs (AO) and
• digital I/O for tool position lock and cam signal output
On the basis of PROFINET, it is therefore possible to synchronize
hydraulic drives as well as electric drives.
In conveyor systems and press lines in the automotive industry
or domestic appliance industry, uniform automation solutions
can be implemented in this manner in which both electric drives
(roll feeders, electronic transfer, feeders) and hydraulic drives
(e.g. deep-drawing presses) are used.
are connected over the SIMATIC ET 200S distributed I/O
system, which was equipped with the necessary high-speed
I/O modules beforehand to suit the application.
Factory network
SCALANCE S
SIMOTION P
PROFINET
DRIVE-CLiQ
SIMATIC
ET 200S
High Speed
SSI
AI AO
Hydraulic press
SIMATIC
ET 200S
High Speed
Control variable
(servo-valve)
Pressure
Position
SIMOTICS S-1FK7/-1FT7
servomotors
Plunger
Die cushion
Handlingaxes
G_PM10_EN_00193
SINAMICS S120
Example of automation solution with SIMOTION P350 and SIMATIC ET 200S High-Speed
■ More information
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Sector-specific solutions
Metal forming technology
Wire wrapping
■ Overview
■ Application
You are looking for an automation solution with which you can
operate your wire wrapping machine at the highest possible
performance and with the best possible winding quality?
Irrespective of whether your machine technology is a flyer,
template, needle or field coil winder, we provide the correct
answer with SIMOTION. With innovative control algorithms for
actively controlled wire braking, this Motion Control System
combines a smooth winding process without wire stretching with
an increased winding speed.
Wire wrapping machines are used to manufacture coils, transformers and motor windings. The wire is wrapped from a coil
directly on to the coil form or a template under an adjustable
tensile force. Depending on the winding speed, the acentric
geometry of the body to be wrapped produces fluctuating tensile forces that influence the process. The better the resulting
tensile force peaks on the wire are limited by a high-performance control, the better the quality of the wrapped part. On the
other hand, a higher speed limit during winding can also be
achieved.
■ Benefits
Advantages at a glance
7 Constant high quality of winding thanks to effective motion
control and adaptive tensile force limiting algorithm
7 Shorter production downtimes through time-optimized motion
sequences
7 High degree of flexibility thanks to an automation system
which is fully integrated from the controller to the drive axes
7 Standardized servicing and diagnostic options make
servicing easier
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Metal forming technology
Wire wrapping
■ Design
The wire is unwrapped from a coil under adjustable tension by a
"mechanical wire brake" and wound either directly onto the coil
form or onto a template. During the winding process itself, the
feed axes of the winding devices are in operation as well as the
winding and braking axes. A further 5 to 6 drives are typically
employed as feed, setup and part handling axes.
In an automotive production line, the wire wrapping machine is
linked up to armoring and winding overhang forming machines,
automatic pull-in machines (which draw the windings into the
stator) and other handling machinery.
SIMATIC
HMI
SIMATIC
S7-300F
PROFINET
PROFINET with PROFIsafe
DRIVE-CLiQ
SIMATIC
ET 200S High
Speed
SIMATIC
ET200S SF
G_PM21_EN_00225
SIMOTION
D4x5-2 +
SINAMICS
S120
X axis
Y axis
Z axis
Wire brake
Indexer
Winder
Servomotors
Automation solution for wire wrapping machine
■ More information
More information can be found on the Internet at
www.siemens.com/metalforming
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Metal forming technology
Wire-drawing and cable machines
■ Overview
Cable machines
From the wire of a wire-drawing machine, extrusion produces
a sheathed conductor. In a cable machine (stranding machine),
this conductor is stranded with other conductors to form a
bundle or a cable.
Depending on the traveled path of the capstan, the stranding
curve α = f(s) is followed. This can affect the electrical properties
of the cable. High production speeds necessitate highlydynamic stranding drives. Reversing times of 30 ms must be
mastered here.
In this case, the stranding curve is specified by the SIMATIC or
SIMOTION and transferred via PROFIBUS (or PROFINET) to the
drives. Cams can be used to tailor the stranding curve to meet
individual requirements.
The motors are inertia-optimized, permanently excited
SIMOTICS S-1FK7/-1FT7 or SIMOTICS M-1PH synchronous
motors.
Ready-to-use applications for SINAMICS S120 are available in
DCC (Drive Control Chart) for winding and laying tasks and the
appropriate programs in ST (Structured Text) for SIMOTION for
cable and stranding machines.
Wire-drawing machines
In a wire-drawing machine, the surface and the structure of
rolled or drawn wires is improved by reducing the cross-section
(using a drawing die). Wire-drawing is a common and costeffective procedure for this purpose.
Straight drawing machine
The wire to be drawn is taken from a wire roll or a drum, and fed
to the first drawing block of several successively ordered drawing blocks. It is cold-formed and brought successively to the
required final diameter. The finished wire is coiled using a
spooler (the reel turns) or with a coiler (a rotating bell lays the
wire in coil form, e.g. in a drum).
A controller, e.g. SIMATIC S7, calculates the setpoints for the
drives, and performs the process data monitoring and the
fault evaluation. PROFIBUS DP or PROFINET handles the
data exchange of the systems with each other. Until 2008,
MASTERDRIVES VC units have been used primarily for the
drawing blocks. In recent years, however, these units have
been replaced by SINAMICS G120 or, in the case of higherquality applications, by SINAMICS S120. Although the
SIMOTICS M-1PH7 or M-1PL6 and the successor model
M-1PH8 have been chosen as preferred motors, SIMOTICS
low-voltage motors 1LE1, 1LA, 1LG4 and 1LG6 with high energy
efficiency are also used.
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■ More information
More information can be found on the Internet at
www.siemens.com/converting
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Sector-specific solutions
Metal forming technology
Servo press
■ Overview
On servo presses, the main drive (servo torque motor) is directly
connected to the eccentric of the press without a flywheel or
coupling. The variation of the motor speed allows the plunger
movement to be accelerated or decelerated as required. An
automatically calculated motion profile allows the stroke numbers to be programmed individually and exactly. The press cycle
can thus be individually controlled and thereby flexibly adapted
to a wide range of tool and/or workpiece requirements.
■ Benefits
■ Design
The consistent hardware basis for Siemens' universally
applicable system solution for servo presses is formed by the
SIMOTION Motion Control System, the SINAMICS S120 modular
drive family and complete torque motors from the heavy duty
series SIMOTICS T-1FW3/-1FW4. The PC-based SIMOTION
variant or rugged operator panels and industrial PCs from the
SIMATIC family provide visualization and order management.
SIMATIC HMI
SIMOTION SimoPress Servo covers all significant properties for
your servo press.
■ Application
Decreasing lot sizes, an increasing number of different
products, and the need to manufacture these products costeffectively are the great challenge in metal forming technology.
An ideal solution is provided by servomotor-driven mechanical
presses, which combine the productivity of conventional
presses with the flexibility of hydraulic presses. What is required
is that all the components of the drive train be carefully tailored
to the mechanics and kinematics of the respective press design.
PROFINET
DRIVE-CLiQ
SIMOTION D445-2
SINAMICS S120
DC-Bus
G_PM21_EN_00224
Advantages at a glance
7 Better productivity than can be achieved with conventional
drive concepts
7 High degree of flexibility because the machine can be set up
quickly and easily for new production parts
7 Mechanical design is simplified thanks to the use of direct
drives
7 Preconfigured function modules help to save time and costs
7 Greater machine efficiency thanks to an energy-optimized
motion profile for the press ram
7 Optimization of the entire mechatronic system (mechanical
components, drive, control system) means that the optimum
machine can be designed faster on the basis of processoptimized drive design
SIMOTICS
T-1FW3
torque motors
Possible topology of a servo press with 2 main drive motors
and electrical energy storage
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Servo press
■ Function
The flexible motion profile allows cycles to be programmed
individually and exactly. The result: a significant improvement in
productivity. In order to shorten the cycle times, however, the
ram must be accelerated rapidly to beyond the upper dead
point during the no-press interval and then braked down again
or operated with a pendulum stroke.
The end user benefits considerably from the result: A new
pressing tool can be set up quickly and easily with just a few
parameters. SimoPress Servo also includes an input screen with
which the motion control of the servo press can be visualized in
WinCC flexible.
Optimized motion control
The functions in the SIMOTION SimoPress Servo application use
the parameters of the press, the forming process and the drive
train (SINAMICS and SIMOTICS torque motor) to calculate ram
kinematics which are optimized to save energy, in other words,
an optimized traversing profile with smooth, flowing transitions
which protect tools and materials and prevent excessive power
and torque peaks.
G_PM21_EN_00226
70
60
50
40
Eccentric speed
Eccentric speed (stroke/min)
Eccenter movement profile
Machine speed: 47.2 (stroke/min)
30
20
10
0
0
90
122
180
Crank angle (°)
270
360
Input screen of SIMOTION SimoPress Servo and the optimized energy-saving motion profile calculated on the basis of the input parameters
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Servo press
■ Function (continued)
Efficient energy management
As on servo presses the energy for the motion and the forming
process is provided exclusively by servo drives, there is an
oscillation of energy resulting from sudden acceleration and
subsequent sudden braking. This effect is cleverly used with
intelligent energy storage methods so that the sudden acceleration and braking energy peaks are held in the machine and no
longer have to be supplied by the factory power system. The
Kinetic energy store
Electrical energy store
ALM
=
~
connected power for a servo press is therefore at the same level
as a comparable conventional press. The following can be used
as energy storage linked directly to the SINAMICS S120 DC link:
• Capacitor modules, several modules can be linked to
increase the storage capacity
• Kinetic energy storage
ALM
MM
=
~
Capacitor module(s)
=
MM
MM
=
~
=
~
~
Infeed
Main drives
Electrical
energy store
M
3~
Infeed
G_PM21_EN_00228
M
3~
MM: Motor
Module
G_PM21_EN_00227
ALM: Active Line
Module
M
3~
Main drives
Kinetic
energy store
Solutions for servo presses with SINAMICS Energy Management
■ More information
More information can be found on the Internet at
www.siemens.com/metalforming
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Sector-specific solutions
Handling
SIMOTION Handling Toolbox
■ Overview
Controlled motional sequences with functional solutions
Driven by the demand for ever faster product changes and ever
higher productivity, the degree of automation of production lines is
continually increasing. Flexible solutions and modular systems are
the perfect answer.
Whether it is a matter of basic feed axes or complex mechanical
systems, such as Delta Pickers in the packaging industry, or the
automatic loading and unloading of presses: With its SIMOTION
Motion Control System, Siemens is offering the ideal platform for
first-class handling solutions – precisely tailored to specific
handling tasks.
And with its SIMOTION Handling Toolbox, Siemens can also
provide a solution toolkit which contains the right answers for
virtually every application. Any requirement can be fulfilled simply
and efficiently by the standardized, preconfigured application
solutions.
Functions such as path planning, protection zones, traversing
program editor, teach-in or safety concepts, or even product
management using a camera system are already implemented in
the toolkit – and can simply be adapted or extended as required.
■ Benefits
Machine requirements
SIMOTION Handling Toolbox
TopLoading
Kinematic
transformation
Product
Register
Handling Basic
Handling HMI
OMAC 3.0
Basic libraries
Expansion libraries
Kinematics
Simulation Center
3-D visualization
G_PM21_EN_00230
SIMOTION Handling Toolbox
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SIMOTION Handling Toolbox: Advantages at a glance
7 Efficient engineering thanks to standardized software
7 All commonly used kinematics are already stored in the
system
7 Customized kinematics can be integrated
7 Integrated data management for vision systems for product
management (position and orientation)
7 Product register – management of products detected by
means of sensors/camera systems
7 Extremely easy programming for pick&place tasks on moving
conveyor belts
7 Ideal for any application due to free selection of the
SIMOTION platform
7 Zone management, e.g. for work area monitoring
7 Visualization tools as support for programming
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Handling
SIMOTION Handling Toolbox
■ Design
Automation solution
The automation concept shown is an example of a gantry robot
with 3 servo drives as well as one additional drive for the infeed
conveyor. It is easy to see the advantage that direct coupling of
the gantry robot with the infeed axis is possible thanks to integration of the handling functionality in the SIMOTION Motion Control
System. Costly interfaces and separate control units for the
robots can be omitted. It can be controlled by a machine HMI,
in this case a SIMATIC TP177B Touch Panel.
SIMATIC
ET 200S
HMI
PROFINET
DRIVE-CLiQ
G_PM10_EN_00176b
SIMOTION D435-2
+ SINAMICS S120
Servomotors
Standard kinematics integrated in the system
The figure shows the kinematics already integrated into
SIMOTION. Other kinematics can be linked to the control over a
free transformation interface using the appropriate mathematical
transformation equations.
Cartesian 2D
Cartesian 3D
SCARA
Roller picker
Swivel arm
Robotic arm
Delta 2D picker
Delta 3D picker
G_PM10_EN_00190b
■ More information
More information can be found on the Internet at
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Customer applications
Optimized Packaging Line
■ Overview
This opens up many opportunities and presents industries such
as food & beverages or pharmaceuticals with considerable
challenges. In these industries, only those who act flexibly on the
one hand and cost-consciously, efficiently and productively on
the other hand, will be successful in the long term. With a holistic
concept, we as your automation partner will support you in this.
With the Optimized Packaging Line, we offer machine users and
machine manufacturers integrated automation solutions for
packaging lines and machines.
With components that can be freely selected to solve the
specific task. These include SIMOTION, SIMATIC, SINAMICS
and PROFINET – reliable standards which will support the implementation of any system solution. Automation of packaging lines
from a single source. With components that can be freely selected to solve the specific task – and which do not limit the
modularity of the packaging machine.
Automating packaging machines and lines uniformly and system-wide – this is the concept of the Optimized Packaging Line.
As an automation partner, we have developed a concept that
is based on Totally Integrated Automation (TIA), which offers
maximum benefits for machine users and machine manufacturers through standardization of interfaces, software modules
and hardware components. The automation architecture is
horizontally and vertically standardized. Based on international
standards – such as OMAC – solutions with a high potential for
innovation can be implemented in this manner.
Machine requirements
The packaging industry requires greater flexibility than almost
any other industrial sector: new types and sizes of packaging,
new markets and new drive technologies – requirements change
quickly.
The technology comes from a company that masters everything
– from initial consultation through engineering as far as the
finished solution and servicing. An all-in-one solution.
G_PM10_EN_00170a
Optimized Packaging Line
Internet
Process
SCADA
PROFINET
Vertical
integration
Horizontal
integration
Standard machine interface
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Machine 3
Machine 4
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Sector-specific solutions
Customer applications
Optimized Packaging Line
■ Benefits
The uniform and system-wide integration of components on the
basis of standards reduces their number. This reduces the integration overhead, engineering and fixed costs and increases
productivity.
The standardization of components and interfaces reduces the
number of different types and increases the line efficiency
through:
7 Reduced complexity
7 Reduced spare parts inventories
Software blocks such as SIMOTION Technology Objects for
technology functions lead to:
7 Less engineering outlay for the application
7 More reliable functioning due to pretested software
The OPL architecture optimizes energy consumption, taking all
electrical loads into account. With this concept, the machine
architectures and energy distribution network right up to the
medium-voltage transformer are viewed as an integral system.
The advantages of this approach are:
7 Reduction in energy losses in the installation
7 Reduction in carbon footprint of the installation
Interface data blocks simplify the acquisition and presentation of
production data, resulting in:
7 Less engineering outlay during line integration
7 Greater cost-effectiveness due to the easy addition of
machines
7 Less risk on plant start-up
The concept
Uniformity, integration, simplicity – due to identical design of the
hardware, identical software modules and user interfaces, and
due to using the same tools for simulation, configuration,
programming, commissioning and diagnostics.
Machine manufacturers and operators benefit consistently from
the synergy effects – starting with configuration, simulation and
commissioning and continuing through staff training, maintenance and service.
Flexibility
Our customers are able, at any time, to introduce further modifications on the basis of these standards. The design of our
technology is determined by the task, not vice-versa.
Our project service
Our solutions are building blocks integrated into a seamless system. This includes the planning phase with advice about system
architecture, energy optimization and interfaces, as well as active support through the entire adjustment and commissioning
process which continues into the operating phase – with training
and application/commissioning support as key features of the
service. This is why automation solutions from Siemens stand for
maximum availability and productivity in packaging lines
throughout the world.
Increase in efficiency and reduction in downtimes due to:
Uniform overview of the complete line or plant
7 Integrated diagnostics and alarm concept
7 Identical user interfaces for all machines
7
Higher productivity results in:
Better availability of the filling line
7 Less training
7
■ Design
Automation solution
The packaging world has become more transparent and simpler
with the Optimized Packaging Line: The components are optimally tuned to each other and the software structures are standardized. A uniform operating concept with totally integrated
diagnostics ensures high availability.
Due to consistent implementation of the specified components,
high productivity and availability is ensured over the entire
service life of the packaging plant.
Line overview with status indicator
■ More information
More information can be found on the Internet at
www.siemens.com/packaging
The components
SIMOTION, SIMATIC, SINAMICS, PROFINET … reliable
standards which will support the implementation of any system
solution. From the control of simple auxiliary units through to
complex, high-velocity packaging machines.
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Renewable energy
■ Overview
Example: Wire saw application
Wire saws are used to cut silicon ingots into razor-thin, round or
square wafers for the photovoltaics and semiconductor industries. In this process, rollers guide a long spool of wire over a wire
web. The wire is moved back and forth between the unwinder
and rewinder at a speed of up to 20 m/sec (65 ft/s), a dancer
control ensuring that the wire tension remains constant.
The silicon ingots are then lowered from above at a slow, constant speed onto the wire web and cut into razor-thin wafers in a
process lasting several hours. In one of the more common techniques applied today, it is not the wire itself which cuts the silicon, but a continuous supply of an abrasive liquid known as
"slurry". There is a growing trend to use ever thinner wires in order to minimize the width of cut and thus produce more wafers
from a single ingot.
Siemens is offering drive and automation solutions for the rapidly
growing segment of the solar industry.
Solar cells can be manufactured by a variety of methods. The
crystalline cell manufacturing process is the most common,
but there is a growing trend in favor of thin-film solar modules.
Siemens can provide optimized machine solutions for the entire
production chain of both manufacturing processes. These
include, for example, concepts and solutions for:
• Silicon ingot cutting, squarers, wire saws
• Wafer processing lines
• Antireflection coating machines
• Wafers, cells: Transport and sorting
• Machines for manufacturing solar cells and modules
(e.g. tabbers, stringers, lay-up stations)
• Thin-film coating plants (TCO, CVD, PVD)
• Laser structuring
• Laminators, framing and test systems
The wafer, cell and module manufacturing process demands
short cycle times in order to ensure a high throughput. Moreover,
it employs complex kinematics. In this area as well, Siemens can
provide suitable solutions based on the SIMOTION control system with preconfigured software elements. Handling kinematics,
e.g. Cartesian gantry systems, roll pickers, Scara robots, Delta2
and Delta3 pickers with interpolation functionality, are included
in the handling toolbox. Additional functions such as conveyor
synchronization and camera integration are available.
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At the same time, machine builders are attempting to achieve
faster cutting speeds and thus improved productivity. Their main
focus is on avoiding wire breaks which would in most cases
damage the expensive ingot.
■ Benefits
The highlights of the Siemens wire saw solution are:
7 High-precision Motion Control functionality guarantees
high-quality manufacture of razor-thin wafers
7 Smart Energy Management ensures reliable operation even
during brief power supply failures
7 Cost savings thanks to efficient engineering and technology
functions integrated in the drive
7 Safety functions in the drive, thus avoiding complex,
conventional protective circuitry
7 Less installation space required thanks to compact,
flexible drive solutions with SINAMICS S120
■ Application
Smart Energy Management prevents wire breaks
The automation and drive solution which has been specially
optimized for wire saws includes a Smart Energy Management
function which monitors and bridges supply fluctuations or brief
supply failures. The combination of capacitor power modules
and the SINAMICS Active Line Module ensures that the risk of
wire breaks is effectively eliminated. The capacitor back-up is
dimensioned to allow controlled shutdown of the machine, so
that wire breaks are also avoided in the event of a Safe
Operating Stop. The integrated safety functions are yet another
advantage of the SINAMICS S120 converter system.
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Renewable energy
■ Design
Automation solution
The compact converters in the SINAMICS S120 product range
are used as a drive system for wire saws. Their modular design
makes these converters scalable and flexible in terms of performance and functionality. As a result, they offer a technically and
economically optimum solution to the requirements of wiresawing processes.
An Active Line Module is employed as the infeed for the multiaxis system. The entire drive intelligence (including interfaces to
higher-level controls) is housed in the Control Unit.
The CU320-2 Control Unit provides high-speed control for a
multi-axis system and contains a memory card on which the
firmware and all parameters for the drive line-up are stored. The
central diagnostics capability for closed-loop control, infeed,
inverters, motors and encoders is also supplied by the Control
Unit (CU). The CU is linked to other components of the drive
system via the digital system bus DRIVE-CLiQ.
The SIMOTICS M-1PH8 water-cooled motors are ideally suited to
the role of winder motors, while the compact SIMOTICS S-1FK7
servomotors are employed for laying devices and dancers.
The high-precision ingot feed function is provided by a highperformance SIMOTICS S-1FT7 motor.
A fail-safe SIMATIC S7 CPU is employed as the higher-level
control system. This communicates with the drives or distributed
SIMATIC ET200 I/O modules by means of PROFINET/
PROFIsafe.
Industry PC
SIMATIC S7-300F
wyvmpul{G
wyvmpul{
DC-link
Buffer Unit
Smart Energy
Infeed
SINAMICS
S120
+
++
+
++
+
++
+
++
+
++
+
++
Winder
module 1
Winder
module 2
Main
drive
SINAMICS
S120
SINAMICS
S120
SINAMICS
S120
DC-link
Capacity to bridge
power outages
Winder Dancer Traversing
Drive
Active
Interface
Module
Winder Dancer Traversing
Drive
Workpiece
infeed
Main
Drive
Main
Drive
Active
Line
Module
G_PM21_XX_00087
Automation configuration for saws
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Renewable energy
■ Function
■ More information
Efficient engineering (with Drive Control Chart DCC)
Using DCC technology reduces engineering time and therefore
cuts costs. DCC offers modern, scalable drive technology with
simple, graphics-based programming procedures. A comprehensive library with preconfigured, multi-instance-capable Drive
Control Blocks (DCB) is available, including closed-loop control/
arithmetic and logic blocks. These are quick and easy to combine into individual drive solutions using a drag and drop process. The scope of functions needed for the wire saw application, for example, unwinder and rewinder functions, closed-loop
dancer controls and laying devices, can be solved completely
with DCC technology. Configurations can be expanded and
modified easily with the graphical DCC editor. DCC technology
offers a drive-oriented, high-speed closed-loop control, thereby
relieving the load on the higher-level control system.
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DT Configurator selection guide
16/4
Approvals
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16/7
Notes on software
Software licenses
Setup texts and
software update services
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Partners
Partners at Industry Automation and
Drive Technologies
Siemens Solution Partner Automation
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Online services
Information and ordering in the Internet
and on DVD-ROM
Information and download center
Social Media, Mobile Media
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Indexes
Subject index
Order number index
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Catalog improvement suggestions
Fax form
16/33
Conversion tables
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Metal surcharges
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Conditions of sale and delivery/
Export regulations
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Appendix
DT Configurator selection guide
■ Overview
Product description
The DT Configurator has been developed to support selection of
drive train products from the product range. It is available as a
selection guide offline within the interactive Catalog CA 01
(DVD-ROM), and online in the Industry Mall. The DT Configurator
makes it easier to find the appropriate drive solution. The preselection helps you narrow down the product spectrum and determine the right product group. Motors and drives can be selected
according to the specific application.
The DT Configurator supplies the correct order number as well
as the associated documentation.
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It can display operating instructions, factory test certificates,
terminal box documentation, etc. and generates data sheets,
dimension drawings and a start-up calculation for the relevant
products. It can also be used to identify a suitable drive for the
selected motor.
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DT Configurator selection guide
■ Overview (continued)
3D models in a wide variety of 3D formats are also available.
Offline access in the interactive catalog CA 01
The interactive catalog CA 01 – the offline mall of Siemens
Industry Automation & Drive Technologies – contains over
100000 products with approximately 5 million possible drive
system product variants.
The CA 01 catalog can be installed as a light or full version from
the DVD-ROM directly onto your hard disk or network. The DT
Configurator can then be found in the main menu of the CA 01
under the "Selection guide" tab.
Online access in the Siemens Mall
In addition, the DT Configurator can be used in the Internet without requiring any installation. The DT Configurator can be found
in the Siemens Industry Mall at the following address:
www.siemens.com/dt-configurator
■ More information
The comprehensive help system not only explains the program
functions, but also provides access to detailed technical background knowledge.
Product range
The DT Configurator encompasses the following:
• Product range for low-voltage motors
• MICROMASTER 4 inverters
• SINAMICS S120 drive system
• SINAMICS G110 standard inverters
• SINAMICS G120 standard inverters
• SINAMICS G110D distributed inverters
• SINAMICS G120D distributed inverters
• SINAMICS S110 servo drives
The electronic CA 01 catalog can be ordered from the relevant
Siemens sales office or via the Internet:
www.siemens.com/automation/CA01
Links to tips, tricks and downloads for functional or content
updates can also be found at this address.
For technical advice, you can also contact our hotline for catalog
CA 01:
E-Mail: [email protected]
including:
• 2D/3D model generator for motors and drives
• Data sheet generator
• Start-up calculation
• Comprehensive product-specific documentation
System requirements
• PC with 1.5 GHz CPU or faster
• Operating system:
- Windows XP
- Windows NT V4.0 (SP6 and higher)
- Windows Vista
- Windows 7
• At least 1 GB RAM (2 GB recommended)
• Screen resolution 1024 × 768,
graphics with more than 256 colors, small fonts
• DVD drive for offline version (CA 01)
• Windows-compatible sound card
• Windows-compatible mouse
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Approvals
■ Overview
TUV: TUV Rheinland of North America Inc.
Independent public testing institution in North America
National recognized testing laboratory (NRTL)
Approval mark:
• cTUVus tested by TUV in accordance with UL and
CSA standards
CSA: Canadian Standards Association
Independent public testing institution in Canada
G_NC01_XX_00423
Approval mark:
• CSA tested by CSA in accordance with CSA standard
Many products in this catalog are in compliance with UL/CSA
requirements and are labeled with the appropriate certification
markings.
All certifications, certificates, declarations of conformance, test
certificates, e.g. CE, UL, Safety Integrated have been performed
with the associated system components as they are described
in the Catalogs and Configuration Manuals.
The certificates are only valid if the products are used with the
described system components, are installed according to the
Installation Guidelines and are used for their intended purpose.
For cases that deviate from these conditions, the company or
person marketing these products is responsible in having the
certificates appropriately re-issued.
UL: Underwriters Laboratories
Independent public testing institution in North America
Approval marks:
• UL for end products, tested by UL in accordance with
UL standard
• cUL for end products, tested by UL in accordance with
CSA standard
• cULus for end products, tested by UL in accordance with UL
and CSA standards
• UR for mounting parts in end products, tested by UL in
accordance with UL standard
• cUR for mounting parts in end products, tested by UL in
accordance with CSA standard
• cURus for mounting parts in end-products, tested by UL in
accordance with UL and CSA standards
Test standards:
• SINAMICS: Standard UL 508C
• Motors: Standard UL 547
Product category/File No.:
• SINAMICS: E192450
• Motors: E93429
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Test standard:
• Standard CAN/CSA-C22.2/No. 0-M91/No. 14-05/
No. 142-M1987
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Appendix
Notes on software
Software licenses
■ Overview
Software types
Software requiring a license is categorized into types.
The following software types have been defined:
• Engineering software
• Runtime software
Engineering software
This includes all software products for creating (engineering)
user software, e.g. for configuring, programming, parameterizing, testing, commissioning or servicing.
Data generated with engineering software and executable
programs can be duplicated for your own use or for use by thirdparties free-of-charge.
Runtime software
This includes all software products required for plant/machine
operation, e.g. operating system, basic system, system expansions, drivers, etc.
The duplication of the runtime software and executable programs created with the runtime software for your own use or for
use by third-parties is subject to a charge.
You can find information about license fees according to use in
the ordering data (e.g. in the catalog). Examples of categories of
use include per CPU, per installation, per channel, per instance,
per axis, per control loop, per variable, etc.
Information about extended rights of use for parameterization/
configuration tools supplied as integral components of the
scope of delivery can be found in the readme file supplied with
the relevant product(s).
License types
Siemens Industry Automation & Drive Technologies offers
various types of software license:
• Floating license
• Single license
• Rental license
• Rental floating license
• Trial license
• Demo license
• Demo floating license
Floating license
The software may be installed for internal use on any number of
devices by the licensee. Only the concurrent user is licensed.
The concurrent user is the person using the program. Use
begins when the software is started.
A license is required for each concurrent user.
Single license
Unlike the floating license, a single license permits only one
installation of the software per license.
The type of use licensed is specified in the ordering data and
in the Certificate of License (CoL). Types of use include for
example per instance, per axis, per channel, etc.
One single license is required for each type of use defined.
Rental floating license
The rental floating license corresponds to the rental license,
except that a license is not required for each installation of the
software. Rather, one license is required per object (for example,
user or device).
Trial license
A trial license supports "short-term use" of the software in a nonproductive context, e.g. for testing and evaluation purposes.
It can be transferred to another license.
Demo license
The demo license support the "sporadic use" of engineering software in a non-productive context, for example, use for testing
and evaluation purposes. It can be transferred to another
license. After the installation of the license key, the software can
be operated for a specific period of time, whereby usage can be
interrupted as often as required.
One license is required per installation of the software.
Demo floating license
The demo floating license corresponds to the demo license,
except that a license is not required for each installation of the
software. Rather, one license is required per object (for example,
user or device).
Certificate of license (CoL)
The CoL is the licensee's proof that the use of the software has
been licensed by Siemens. A CoL is required for every type of
use and must be kept in a safe place.
Downgrading
The licensee is permitted to use the software or an earlier
version/release of the software, provided that the licensee owns
such a version/release and its use is technically feasible.
Delivery versions
Software is constantly being updated.
The following delivery versions
• PowerPack
• Upgrade
can be used to access updates.
Existing bug fixes are supplied with the ServicePack version.
PowerPack
PowerPacks can be used to upgrade to more powerful software.
The licensee receives a new license agreement and CoL
(Certificate of License) with the PowerPack. This CoL, together
with the CoL for the original product, proves that the new software is licensed.
A separate PowerPack must be purchased for each original
license of the software to be replaced.
Rental license
A rental license supports the "sporadic use" of engineering
software. Once the license key has been installed, the software
can be used for a specific period of time (the operating hours do
not have to be consecutive).
One license is required for each installation of the software.
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Software licenses
■ Overview
Upgrade
An upgrade permits the use of a new version of the software on
the condition that a license for a previous version of the product
is already held.
The licensee receives a new license agreement and CoL with
the upgrade. This CoL, together with the CoL for the previous
product, proves that the new version is licensed.
A separate upgrade must be purchased for each original license
of the software to be upgraded.
ServicePack
ServicePacks are used to debug existing products.
ServicePacks may be duplicated for use as prescribed according to the number of existing original licenses.
License key
Siemens Industry Automation & Drive Technologies supplies
software products with and without license keys.
The license key serves as an electronic license stamp and
is also the "switch" for activating the software (floating license,
rental license, etc.).
The complete installation of software products requiring license
keys includes the program to be licensed (the software) and the
license key (which represents the license).
Software Update Service (SUS)
As part of the SUS contract, all software updates for the respective product are made available to you free of charge for a period
of one year from the invoice date. The contract will automatically
be extended for one year if it is not canceled three months
before it expires.
The possession of the current version of the respective software
is a basic condition for entering into an SUS contract.
You can download explanations concerning license conditions from
www.siemens.com/automation/salesmaterial-as/catalog/en/
terms_of_trade_en.pdf
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Setup texts and software update services
■ Overview
The "General License Conditions for Software Products for
Automation and Drives" are applicable for supplies and deliveries of I DT software products.
Legal notes during setup for new software products
All software products feature a uniform reference to the license
conditions. The license conditions are enclosed either with the
documentation or in the software pack. When software is downloaded from the Internet, the license contract is displayed before
the ordering procedure and must be accepted by the user
before downloading can continue.
Notice:
This software is protected by German and/or US copyright laws
and the regulations of international agreements. Unauthorized
reproduction or sale of this software or parts of it is a criminal
offense. This will lead to criminal and civil prosecution, and may
result in significant fines and/or claims for damages. Prior to
installing and using the software, please read the applicable
license conditions for this software. You will find these in the
documentation or packaging.
If you have received this software on a CD-ROM that is marked
"Trial version", or accompanying software that is licensed for your
use, the software is only permitted to be used for test and validation purposes in accordance with the accompanying conditions for the trial license. To this end, it is necessary for programs, software libraries, etc. are installed on your computer. We
therefore urgently recommend that installation is performed on a
single-user computer or on a computer that is not used in the
production process or for storing important data, since it cannot
be completely excluded that existing files will be modified or
overwritten. We accept no liability whatsoever for damage
and/or data losses that result from this installation or the non-observance of this warning. Every other type of use of this software
is only permitted if you are in possession of a valid license from
Siemens is obtained.
If you are not in possession of a valid license that can be proven
by presenting an appropriate Certificate of License/software
product certificate, please abort installation immediately and
contact a Siemens office without delay to avoid claims for damages.
■ Overview (continued)
Software update services
Order
To order the software update service, an order number must be
specified. The software update service can be ordered when the
software products are ordered or at a later date. Subsequent
orders require that the ordering party is in posession at least of
a single license.
Note:
It is recommended that the software update service is ordered
as early as possible. If a new software version of a software product is released for delivery by Siemens, only those customers will
receive it automatically who are entered in the appropriate delivery list at Siemens at this time. Previous software versions, or the
current software version are not supplied when the software update service is ordered. The software update service requires
that the software product is up-to-date at the time of completion
of the contract for the software update service.
Delivery
When a software update service is ordered, you will be sent the
contractual conditions of this service and the price is due for
payment. At the same time, you will be included in a delivery list
for the software product to be updated. If Siemens releases a
new software version for the corresponding software product
for general sale (function version or product version), it will be
delivered automatically to the goods recipient specified in the
delivery address within the contract period.
■ More information
Security note
In the case of software for remote maintenance or connection to
higher-level networks, suitable protection measures must be
taken (including IT security, e.g. network segmentation) to
guarantee safe operation of the system. Additonal information
about Industrial Security can be found in the Internet under
www.siemens.com/industrialsecurity
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Partners
Partners at Industry Automation and
Drive Technologies
At Siemens Industry Automation and Drive Technologies, more
than 85 000 people are resolutely pursuing the same goal: longterm improvement of your competitive ability. We are committed
to this goal. Thanks to our commitment, we continue to set new
standards in automation and drive technology. In all industries –
worldwide.
At your service locally, around the globe for consulting, sales,
training, service, support, spare parts ... on the entire Industry
Automation and Drive Technologies range.
Your personal contact can be found in our Contacts Database at:
www.siemens.com/automation/partner
You start by selecting a
• Product group
• Country
• City
• Service
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Partners
Siemens Solution Partner Automation
■ Overview
Siemens Solution Partner Automation
Solution Partner Finder
Solution Partner: Highest quality - guaranteed
The products and systems from Siemens Industry Automation
and Drive Technologies offer the ideal platform for all automation
applications.
Under the name of Siemens Solution Partner Automation,
selected system integrators around the world act as uniformly
qualified solution providers for the Siemens range of products
and services in the fields of automation and drives. Day after
day, they utilize their qualified product and system know-how as
well as their excellent industry expertise to your advantage –
for all requirements.
The partner emblem is the guarantee and indicator of proven
quality. The basis for this are defined quality features that identify
Solution Partners as reliable and competent solution providers:
• Solution quality
Always a good result with tried and tested solutions expertise.
• Expert quality
Certified technical competence ensures maximum efficiency.
• Project quality
With proven project experience straight to the target.
• Portfolio quality
Comprehensive portfolio for state-of-the-art solutions from a
single source.
The Siemens Solution Partner Program helps you to find the
optimum partner for your specific requirements.
Support is provided by the Solution Partner Finder, a comprehensive online platform that showcases the profiles of all our
solution partners. You can convince yourself of the competence
of the respective Solution Partner by means of the references
provided. Various search criteria are available for this purpose.
Once you have located a partner, you are only one small step
away from contacting them.
Find the right partner here for your specific task and convince
yourself of the solution competence provided:
www.siemens.com/automation/partnerfinder
Additional information on the Siemens Solution Partner Program
is available online at:
www.siemens.com/automation/solutionpartner
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Online services
Information and ordering
in the Internet and on DVD-ROM
■ Siemens Industry Automation and Drive Technologies in the WWW
A detailed knowledge of the range of products and services
available is essential when planning and configuring automation
systems. It goes without saying that this information must always
be fully up-to-date.
Siemens Industry Automation and Drive Technologies has
therefore built up a comprehensive range of information in the
World Wide Web, which offers quick and easy access to all data
required.
Under the address
www.siemens.com/industry
you will find everything you need to know about products,
systems and services.
■ Product Selection Using the Interactive Catalog CA 01 of Industry
Detailed information together with convenient interactive
functions:
The interactive catalog CA 01 covers more than 80 000 products
and thus provides a full summary of the Siemens Industry Automation and Drive Technologies product base.
Here you will find everything that you need to solve tasks in the
fields of automation, switchgear, installation and drives.
All information is linked into a user interface which is easy to
work with and intuitive.
After selecting the product of your choice you can order at the
press of a button, by fax or by online link.
Information on the interactive catalog CA 01 can be found in the
Internet under
www.siemens.com/automation/ca01
or on DVD.
■ Easy Shopping with the Industry Mall
The Industry Mall is the virtual department store of Siemens AG
on the Internet. Here you have access to a huge range of products presented in electronic catalogs in an informative and attractive way.
Data transfer via EDIFACT allows the whole procedure from
selection through ordering to tracking of the order to be carried
out online via the Internet.
Numerous functions are available to support you.
For example, powerful search functions make it easy to find the
required products, which can be immediately checked for availability. Customer-specific discounts and preparation of quotes
can be carried out online as well as order tracking and tracing.
Please visit the Industry Mall on the Internet under:
www.siemens.com/industrymall
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Online services
Information and download center
Social Media, Mobile Media
■ Downloading catalogs
In addition to numerous other useful documents, you can also
find the catalogs listed on the back inside cover of this catalog
in the Information and download center. Without having to
register, you can download these catalogs in PDF format or
increasingly as digital page-turning e-books.
The filter dialog box above the first catalog displayed makes it
possible to carry out targeted searches. If you enter “MD 3” for
example, you will find both the MD 30.1 and MD 31.3 catalogs.
If you enter “ST 70” both the ST 70 catalog and the associated
news or add-ons are displayed.
Visit us on the web at:
www.siemens.com/automation/infocenter
■ Social Media
Connect with Siemens through social media: visit our social
networking sites for a wealth of useful information, demos on
products and services, the opportunity to provide feedback, to
exchange information and ideas with customers and other
Siemens employees, and much, much more. Stay in the know
and follow us on the ever-expanding global network of social
media.
Connect with Siemens Industry at our central access point:
www.siemens.com/industry/socialmedia
Or via our product pages at:
www.siemens.com/automation
or
www.siemens.com/drives
To find out more about Siemens' current social media activities
visit us at:
www.siemens.com/socialmedia
■ Mobile Media
Discover the world of Siemens.
We are also constantly expanding our offering of cross-platform
apps for smartphones and tablets. You will find the current
Siemens apps at the app store (iOS) or at Google Play (Android).
The Siemens app, for example, tells you all about the history,
latest developments and future plans of the company – with
informative pictures, fascinating reports and the most recent
press releases.
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Indexes
Subject index
Numerics
1FK7-DYA (compact) geared motors .......................................................4/64
1PH8 asynchronous motors.........................................................................5/4
20 mA (TTY) signal cable .......................................................................10/18
2D/3D CAD and dimension drawing generator CAD CREATOR ...........14/31
A
Absolute encoders.......................................................................................7/7
• Multi-turn ...............................................................................................4/11
• with DRIVE-CLiQ ....................................................................................7/7
• with EnDat ..............................................................................................7/7
• with PROFIBUS DP .................................................................................7/9
• with PROFINET IO ..................................................................................7/9
• with SSI ...................................................................................................7/7
• Single-turn ............................................................................................4/11
Accessories
• for encoders ..........................................................................................7/12
• for power and signal cables .................................................................8/43
• for SIMATIC S7-300 I/O .......................................................................10/20
Active Interface Modules ........................................................................3/116
• for Active Line Modules in booksize format .......................................3/118
• for Active Line Modules in chassis format .........................................3/131
Active Line Modules
• Booksize format .................................................................................3/109
• Chassis format ...................................................................................3/122
ADI 4 .......................................................................................................10/38
Air-cooled Power Modules
• Blocksize format ..................................................................................3/28
• Chassis format .....................................................................................3/47
Analog Drive Interface for 4 Axes ADI 4 (SINUMERIK) ..........................10/38
Analog Electronic Modules (SIMATIC ET 200S) .....................................10/29
Analog Modules (SIMATIC S7-300 I/O) ..................................................10/15
Application & Utilities SIMOTION .............................................................9/95
Application areas for SINAMICS (system overview)....................................1/4
Application centers....................................................................................14/2
Application notes
• Further I/O modules.............................................................................10/52
Application support: The safe path to top solutions
(system overview) .......................................................................................1/2
Applications ..............................................................................................14/2
• customer-specific ...................................................................................3/7
• for sector-specific solutions...................................................................9/95
Approvals...................................................................................................16/4
Areas of application for SINAMICS (system overview)................................1/6
AS-Interface .............................................................................................10/40
Automation for extruders .........................................................................15/32
Axial eccentricity tolerance..........................................................................4/6
B
Baggers + Wrappers ................................................................................9/96
Balancing.....................................................................................................4/7
Basic Functions and Extended Functions ................................................12/9
Basic Line Modules
• Booksize format ...................................................................................3/62
• Chassis format .....................................................................................3/73
Basic Operator Panel BOP20 .................................................................3/209
Battery module, SITOP ..........................................................................10/11
Bevel gearbox (SIMOTICS S-1FK7 servomotors).............................4/82, 4/99
BICO Technology.......................................................................................3/13
Block library containing certified function blocks
• in accordance with PLCopen ................................................................9/74
Blocksize format ........................................................................................3/8
• Air-cooled Power Modules ....................................................................3/28
Booksize compact format ............................................................................3/8
• Braking Module ..................................................................................3/178
• Double Motor Modules .......................................................................3/165
• Single Motor Modules .........................................................................3/136
• Smart Line Modules ..............................................................................3/84
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Booksize format ......................................................................................... 3/8
• Active Line Modules ........................................................................... 3/109
• Basic Line Modules .............................................................................. 3/62
• Braking Module .................................................................................. 3/180
• Capacitor Module .............................................................................. 3/193
• Control Supply Module ....................................................................... 3/194
• Double Motor Modules ....................................................................... 3/171
• Single Motor Modules ........................................................................ 3/143
• Smart Line Modules ............................................................................. 3/89
• Voltage Clamping Module .................................................................. 3/197
BOP20 .................................................................................................... 3/209
Braking Module
• Booksize compact format ................................................................... 3/178
• Booksize format ................................................................................ 3/180
Braking Modules (configuration) ............................................................. 13/29
Braking Modules in chassis format ......................................................... 3/182
Braking resistors
• for blocksize format ........................................................................... 3/186
• for booksize format ........................................................................... 3/188
• for chassis format .............................................................................. 3/190
Braking resistors (configuration) ............................................................. 13/29
Built-in holding brakes (selection guides) ................................................ 4/50
Built-on rotary encoders (opto-electronic).................................................. 7/3
Bus systems .............................................................................................. 9/75
C
C240/C240 PN .......................................................................................... 9/10
CA 01 Catalog .......................................................................................... 16/3
Cabinet bushing DRIVE-CLiQ ................................................................... 8/45
Cabinet Module format ............................................................................... 3/8
Cable machines ...................................................................................... 15/48
CAD CREATOR ....................................................................................... 14/31
Calculation of internal control cabinet temperature ................................ 13/38
Cam controller FM 352 (SIMATIC S7-300 I/O)......................................... 10/17
CamTool (optional package) ........................................................... 9/83, 9/91
Capacitor Module Booksize format ........................................................ 3/193
Carton packer............................................................................................ 15/8
Catalog improvement suggestions.......................................................... 16/32
CBC10 .................................................................................................... 3/210
CBE20 .................................................................................................... 3/211
CBE30-2 ................................................................................................... 9/56
Central management with integrated tools (system overview).................. 1/18
Chassis format ........................................................................................... 3/8
• Active Line Modules ........................................................................... 3/122
• Air-cooled Power Modules .................................................................... 3/47
• Basic Line Modules .............................................................................. 3/73
• Braking Modules ................................................................................ 3/182
• Liquid-cooled Power Modules .............................................................. 3/53
• Single Motor Modules ........................................................................ 3/153
• Smart Line Modules ........................................................................... 3/100
Clamp strap for encoders ......................................................................... 7/12
Clearances (installation).......................................................................... 13/36
Coating and laminating technology ........................................................ 15/28
Commercial printing ................................................................................ 15/12
Commissioning (diagnostics) ................................................................... 9/90
Commissioning Manual ........................................................................... 14/29
Commissioning tool STARTER ................................................................... 3/23
Communication ............................................................................................. 2
Communication Board
• CBC10 ................................................................................................ 3/210
• CBE20 ................................................................................................ 3/211
• CBE30-2 ............................................................................................... 9/56
• MCI-PN ........................................................................................ 9/22, 9/26
Communication Module
• CP 340 (SIMATIC S7-300 I/O) ............................................................ 10/18
• CP 341 (SIMATIC S7-300 I/O) ............................................................ 10/18
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C
Communication processor
• CP 343-2 P .........................................................................................10/43
• CP 5512 .......................................................................................3/24, 9/76
• CP 5621 ................................................................................................9/76
Communication software
• SOFTNET S7 for Industrial Ethernet .....................................................9/76
• SOFTNET S7 for PROFIBUS DP ...........................................................9/76
• SOFTNET S7 LEAN for Industrial Ethernet ...........................................9/76
Compact geared motors 1FK7-DYA ..........................................................4/64
Compact I/O
• for Motion Control TMC ........................................................................10/3
CompactFlash card .........................................................................3/13, 9/17
• for CU310-2 ..........................................................................................3/18
• for CU320-2 ..........................................................................................3/22
CompactFlash card (CF) SIMOTION ................................................9/38, 9/50
Complete equipment
for machine tools and production systems................................................14/7
Components of the SINAMICS S120 drive system....................................1/11
Concentricity tolerance................................................................................4/6
Conditions of sale and delivery ...............................................................16/38
Configuration Manual...............................................................................14/30
Configuration of a drive line-up in booksize format .................................13/33
Configuration of a drive line-up in chassis format ...................................13/34
Configuration of a mixed drive line-up.....................................................13/34
Configuration sequence (in general) ........................................................13/3
Configuration sequence ............................................................................13/3
Configuration .............................................................................................13/5
• Braking Modules ................................................................................13/29
• Braking resistors..................................................................................13/29
• Motor Modules ....................................................................................13/19
• Motor reactors .....................................................................................13/29
• Motors .................................................................................................13/16
• Power Modules ...................................................................................13/19
• Power units ..........................................................................................13/17
• Sensor Modules ..................................................................................13/29
• SINAMICS S120 Control Units ..............................................................13/4
• Sine-wave filter ....................................................................................13/29
• System components............................................................................13/29
Connection overviews (Connection system) ......................................8/5, 8/31
Connection system
• MOTION-CONNECT ..................................................................................8
• MOTION-CONNECT (system overview) ...............................................1/13
Contact partner ................................................................................14/7, 16/8
Control cabinet
• with air conditioner (configuration)......................................................13/40
• with cold plate cooling (configuration) ................................................13/40
Control cabinet (certification) ..................................................................14/11
Control cabinet, internal temperature (calculation) .................................13/38
Control cabinets.........................................................................................14/9
Control function..........................................................................................3/12
Control Supply Module Booksize format ................................................3/194
Control Unit
• CU310-2 ......................................................................................3/15, 8/36
• CU320-2 ......................................................................................3/19, 8/31
Control Unit Adapter .................................................................................3/11
• CUA31 .......................................................................................3/212, 8/37
• CUA32 .......................................................................................3/214, 8/37
Control Units
• SIMOTION D410-2 ...............................................................................9/31
• SIMOTION D4x5-2 ................................................................................9/41
Control variant (selection guide)................................................................13/4
Conversion tables ....................................................................................16/33
Converting (sector-specific solutions) .....................................................15/26
Coolant temperature ....................................................................................4/7
Cooling connection adapter for 1FW6 torque motors ...............................6/37
Cooling data/Sound pressure levels/Water specifications ........................5/88
Cooling types...............................................................................................3/6
Counter Module
• FM 350-1 (SIMATIC S7-300 I/O) .........................................................10/16
• FM 350-2 (SIMATIC S7-300 I/O) .........................................................10/16
C
Counter module 1 COUNT (SIMATIC ET 200S) ...................................... 10/30
Coupler DRIVE-CLiQ ................................................................................ 8/46
Couplings for encoders ............................................................................. 7/12
Courses
• SIMOTION ............................................................................................ 14/5
• SINAMICS ............................................................................................ 14/4
CP 340 Communication Module (SIMATIC S7-300 I/O) ......................... 10/18
CP 341 Communication Module (SIMATIC S7-300 I/O) ......................... 10/18
CP 343-2 P ............................................................................................. 10/43
CP 5512 ........................................................................................... 3/24, 9/76
CP 5621 .................................................................................................... 9/76
C-PLUG (AS Interface) ........................................................................... 10/43
Creating cam discs (basic) ....................................................................... 9/86
Creating technological objects.................................................................. 9/85
CUA31 ........................................................................................... 3/212, 8/37
CUA32 ........................................................................................... 3/214, 8/37
Current carrying capacity for power and signal cables .............................. 8/6
Customer applications (sector-specific solutions) .................................. 15/54
CX32-2 ...................................................................................................... 9/53
D
D410-2 ............................................................................................. 8/36, 9/31
D4x5-2 ............................................................................................. 8/33, 9/41
Data communication ................................................................. 9/6, 9/14, 9/29
DC link adapter for booksize format........................................................ 3/196
DC link adapter ....................................................................................... 3/196
DC link components ................................................................................ 3/178
Degrees of protection for AC motors........................................................... 4/4
Delivery conditions .................................................................................. 16/38
Derating characteristics ....................................... 3/39, 3/68, 3/78, 3/88, 3/96,
............................................................................... 3/105, 3/115, 3/128, 3/142,
............................................................................... 3/152, 3/170, 3/177, 13/17
Derating factors .............................................................. 3/52, 3/58, 3/163, 8/6
Device manual......................................................................................... 14/29
Diagnostics for testing and commissioning ............................................. 9/90
Diaper processing machines .................................................................. 15/31
Digital Electronic Modules (SIMATIC ET 200S) ...................................... 10/28
Digital modules (SIMATIC S7-300 I/O) ................................................... 10/14
Dimensional drawing and 2D/3D CAD generator (CAD CREATOR)....... 14/31
Dimensional drawings
• for 1FK7-DYA motors with planetary gearbox ................................... 4/115
• for 1FK7 motors, forced ventilation ..................................................... 4/106
• for 1FK7 motors, natural cooling ........................................................ 4/102
• for 1FK7 motors, natural cooling ........................................................ 4/107
• for 1FK7 motors, water cooling .......................................................... 4/104
• for 1FK7 motors with LP+ planetary gearbox ................................... 4/114
• for 1FK7 motors with SP+ planetary gearbox .................................... 4/112
• for DRIVE-CLiQ cabinet bushing .......................................................... 8/45
• for mounting flange .............................................................................. 8/44
• for SIMOTICS L-1FN3 linear motors ..................................................... 6/84
• for SIMOTICS L-1FN6 linear motors ..................................................... 6/86
• for SIMOTICS M-1PH8 asynchronous motors
- shaft height 80 ................................................................................... 5/94
- shaft height 100 ................................................................................. 5/98
- shaft height 160 ............................................................................... 5/110
- shaft height 280 ............................................................................... 5/134
- shaft height 355 ............................................................................... 5/138
• for SIMOTICS M-1PH8 asynchronous/synchronous motors
- shaft height 132 ............................................................................... 5/104
- shaft height 180 ............................................................................... 5/118
- shaft height 225 ............................................................................... 5/126
• for SIMOTICS T-1FW6 built-in torque motors ........................................ 6/88
• for SIMOTICS T-1FW3 complete torque motors .................................... 6/91
• for SIMOTICS M-1PH8 synchronous motors
shaft height 132 and 160 ................................................................... 5/116
Dimensioning (system description) ............................................................. 13
Direct drives, SIMOTICS .......................................................................... 8/40
Direct starters (SIMATIC ET 200S) ......................................................... 10/32
Distributed I/O ......................................................................................... 10/21
DM 370 Dummy Module.......................................................................... 10/19
DMC20 ........................................................................................ 3/216, 10/45
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DME20 .........................................................................................3/218, 10/45
Documentation ...............................................................................9/95, 14/27
• Measuring systems .............................................................................14/30
• Motors for SINAMICS ..........................................................................14/30
• SINAMICS S120 .................................................................................14/29
Double Motor Modules
• Booksize compact format....................................................................3/165
• Booksize format .................................................................................3/171
Double-track incremental encoder with RS422 (TTL)..................................7/4
DP/AS-Interface Link 20E .......................................................................10/43
DP/AS-Interface Link Advanced .............................................................10/43
Drive Control Chart (DCC) .............................................3/13, 3/25, 9/59, 9/73
Drive Control Chart (DCC, optional package) .................................9/83, 9/92
Drive ES (Engineering software) ...............................................................3/26
Drive I/O, SINAMICS ...............................................................................10/44
Drive system SINAMICS S120 .......................................................1/3, 3, 14/4
Drive Technologies in the WWW .............................................................16/10
DRIVE-CLiQ – the digital interface
• between all components (system overview) ...........................................1/8
DRIVE-CLiQ cabinet bushing ....................................................................8/45
DRIVE-CLiQ coupler .................................................................................8/46
DRIVE-CLiQ Hub Module
• DMC20 ....................................................................................3/216, 10/45
• DME20 .....................................................................................3/218, 10/45
DRIVE-CLiQ signal cables without 24 V DC cores ...................................8/24
DRIVE-CLiQ signal cables.........................................................................8/24
DRIVE-CLiQ signal cables, MOTION-CONNECT
• with 24 V DC cores ...............................................................................8/25
DT Configurator (selection guide) ............................................................16/2
Dual-encoder system ..............................................................................12/11
Dummy Module DM 370 (SIMATIC S7-300 I/O).......................................10/19
DURIGNIT IR 2000 ......................................................................................4/8
E
easyProject, SIMOTION project generator .......................................9/93, 9/94
Easy Shopping with the Industry Mall .....................................................16/10
Electronic Modules
• analog (SIMATIC ET 200S) .................................................................10/29
• digital (SIMATIC ET 200S) ..................................................................10/28
Electronic transfer ....................................................................................15/38
Embossing machines ..............................................................................15/26
EMC notes .................................................................................................13/3
Encoder system connection ....................................................................3/241
Encoder systems ...................................................4/10, 4/15, 4/31, 4/65, 4/69
Energy efficiency through targeted energy management ..........................1/3
Energy management ...................................................................................1/3
Engineering software
• Drive ES ................................................................................................3/26
• SIMATIC WinCC flexible ES ................................................................11/16
• SIMOTION ............................................................................................9/80
Engineering support ...............................................................................14/22
Engineering system (system overview) ....................................................1/18
Engineering tool SIZER for Siemens Drives ..............................................13/2
EPos Basic Positioner ................................................................................3/14
EPROM programming device ..................................................................10/27
ET 200eco ...............................................................................................10/35
ET 200eco PN .........................................................................................10/36
ET 200M ..................................................................................................10/23
ET 200pro ...............................................................................................10/37
ET 200S ...................................................................................................10/24
Excellence in Motion Control ......................................................................1/2
Export regulations....................................................................................16/38
Extended functions ...................................................................................12/9
Extensions for power cables
• with SPEED-CONNECT or full-thread connector ..................................8/14
External 24 V DC supply..........................................................................13/32
External EPROM programming device....................................................10/27
Extruders..................................................................................................15/32
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Fieldbus ....................................................................................................... 2/2
Field service ........................................................................................... 14/22
Filling and sealing machine....................................................................... 15/6
Fleece folding machine ........................................................................... 15/22
Flexo printing ........................................................................................... 15/14
FM 350-1 Counter Module ...................................................................... 10/16
FM 350-2 Counter Module ...................................................................... 10/16
FM 352 Electronic cam controller
(SIMATIC S7-300 I/O) ............................................................................. 10/17
FM 352 Electronic cam controller............................................................ 10/17
FM 352-5 High-speed Boolean processor ............................................. 10/17
FM 352-5 high-speed Boolean processor
• (SIMATIC S7-300 I/O) ......................................................................... 10/17
Focus on user-friendliness (system overview) .......................................... 1/18
Function Block Diagram (FBD).................................................................. 9/89
Function blocks for I/O modules ............................................................. 10/52
Function libraries (system overview) ........................................................ 1/17
Function Manual Drive Functions ............................................................ 14/29
Function overview, SIMOTION ................................................................. 9/97
G
Geared servomotors.................................................................................. 4/51
General configuration sequence............................................................... 13/3
General documentation .......................................................................... 14/27
General technical specifications of SINAMICS S120 components .......... 3/10
Getting Started ....................................................................................... 14/29
Guide to selecting a control variant........................................................... 13/4
H
Hall-effect sensor box for SIMOTICS L-1FN3 linear motors ..................... 6/14
Handling (sector-specific solutions) ....................................................... 15/52
Hardware and network configuration ....................................................... 9/84
Hardware platforms (system overview) .................................................... 1/15
Heat dissipation....................................................................................... 13/36
Helical gearbox (SIMOTICS S-1FK7 servomotors) .......................... 4/70, 4/97
HF (high-frequency) clamp ....................................................................... 8/44
High-frequency clamp............................................................................... 8/44
HMI devices, SIMOTION .............................................................................. 11
HMI Bundle ............................................................................................... 9/22
HMI IPC277C ............................................................................................ 11/9
HMI IPC477C .......................................................................................... 11/10
HMI IPC577C .......................................................................................... 11/12
HMI IPC677C .......................................................................................... 11/14
Holding brakes ................................................................................ 4/50, 5/93
Hydraulic presses.................................................................................... 15/44
I
I/O (additional)......................................................................................... 10/50
I/O (distributed) ....................................................................................... 10/21
I/O components, SIMOTION ........................................................................ 10
I/O modules (function blocks) ................................................................ 10/52
I/O SIMATIC S7-300 ................................................................................ 10/13
IE connecting cable ................................................................................. 7/12
IE FC M12 Plug PRO ................................................................................ 7/12
IE FC RJ45 Plug 145 ................................................................................ 7/12
IE FC RJ45 Plug 90 ................................................................................ 10/43
IE FC TP Trailing Cable 2 × 2 (PROFINET Type C) .................................. 7/12
IE/AS-Interface LINK PN IO .................................................................... 10/43
IM 151-1 Basic for PROFIBUS DP .......................................................... 10/27
IM 151-1 Compact for PROFIBUS DP .................................................... 10/27
IM 151-1 FO for PROFIBUS DP .............................................................. 10/27
IM 151-1 High Feature for PROFIBUS DP .............................................. 10/27
IM 151-1 Standard for PROFIBUS DP .................................................... 10/27
IM 151-3 PN FO for PROFINET .............................................................. 10/27
IM 151-3 PN High Feature for PROFINET ............................................... 10/27
IM 151-3 PN High Speed for PROFINET ................................................ 10/27
IM 151-3 PN Standard for PROFINET ..................................................... 10/27
IM 151-7 CPU FO for PROFIBUS DP ...................................................... 10/27
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IM 151-7 CPU for PROFIBUS DP ............................................................10/27
IM 151-7 F-CPU for PROFIBUS DP .........................................................10/27
IM 151-8 PN/DP CPU for PROFINET ......................................................10/27
IM 151-8F PN/DP F-CPU for PROFINET .................................................10/27
IM 153-1 ..................................................................................................10/23
IM 153-2 High Feature ............................................................................10/23
IM 153-4 PN ............................................................................................10/23
IM 153-4 PN High Feature ......................................................................10/23
IM 174 .....................................................................................................10/39
IM 365 .......................................................................................................9/11
Immitted vibration values.............................................................................4/7
Incremental encoders .........................................................................4/12, 7/4
Industrial Ethernet .......................................................................................2/3
Information and ordering (Internet) .........................................................16/10
Innovative products, systems, solutions and services
for each sector (system overview)...............................................................1/2
Installation altitude .......................................................................................4/7
Insulation DURIGNIT IR 2000 .....................................................................4/8
Intelligent Belt .........................................................................................15/10
Interface Module 1 SI (SIMATIC ET 200S) ..............................................10/30
Interface Module 1 STEP (SIMATIC ET 200S) ........................................10/30
Interface Module IM 174 (SIMATIC) .......................................................10/39
Interface Modules
• IM 151-1 Basic for PROFIBUS DP ......................................................10/27
• IM 151-1 Compact for PROFIBUS DP ................................................10/27
• IM 151-1 FO for PROFIBUS DP ..........................................................10/27
• IM 151-1 High Feature for PROFIBUS DP ..........................................10/27
• IM 151-1 Standard for PROFIBUS DP ................................................10/27
• IM 151-3 PN FO for PROFINET ..........................................................10/27
• IM 151-3 PN High Feature for PROFINET ..........................................10/27
• IM 151-3 PN High Speed for PROFINET ............................................10/27
• IM 151-3 PN Standard for PROFINET ................................................10/27
• IM 151-7 CPU FO for PROFIBUS DP ..................................................10/27
• IM 151-7 CPU for PROFIBUS DP .......................................................10/27
• IM 151-7 F-CPU for PROFIBUS DP ....................................................10/27
• IM 151-8 PN/DP CPU for PROFINET ..................................................10/27
• IM 151-8F PN/DP F-CPU for PROFINET .............................................10/27
• IM 153-1 .............................................................................................10/23
• IM 153-2 High Feature ........................................................................10/23
• IM 153-4 PN ........................................................................................10/23
• IM 153-4 PN High Feature ..................................................................10/23
• IM 365 ...................................................................................................9/11
Internal temperature (control cabinet) .....................................................13/38
Internet (information and ordering ).........................................................16/10
IO-Link module (SIMATIC ET 200S) ........................................................10/30
IPC277C ....................................................................................................11/9
IPC477C ..................................................................................................11/10
IPC577C ..................................................................................................11/12
IPC677C ..................................................................................................11/14
K
KBPC CG US, PC standard keyboard ....................................................9/25
L
Ladder Diagram/Function Block Diagram (LAD/FBD) ..............................9/89
Laminating technology ............................................................................15/28
Length code...............................................................................................8/30
• for SIMOTICS T-1FW6 built-in torque motors.........................................8/43
Licenses for runtime software (ordering) ...................................................9/63
Licensing runtime software ........................................................................9/61
Licensing .................................................................................................12/11
Line disturbances ....................................................................................13/24
Line filters
• for Active Line Modules in booksize format .......................................3/119
• for Basic Line Modules in booksize format ..........................................3/71
• for Basic Line Modules in chassis format ............................................3/81
• for Power Modules in blocksize format ................................................3/44
• for Power Modules in chassis format ...................................................3/60
• for Smart Line Modules in booksize format ..........................................3/98
Line Modules .....................................................................................3/5, 3/62
L
Line reactors
• for Basic Line Modules in booksize format .......................................... 3/70
• for Basic Line Modules in chassis format ........................................... 3/79
• for Power Modules in blocksize format ................................................ 3/40
• for Power Modules in chassis format ................................................... 3/59
• for Smart Line Modules in booksize format .......................................... 3/97
• for Smart Line Modules in chassis format ......................................... 3/106
Line-side components
• for Active Line Modules in booksize format ....................................... 3/121
• for Active Line Modules in chassis format ........................................ 3/134
• for Basic Line Modules in booksize format .......................................... 3/72
• for Basic Line Modules in chassis format ........................................... 3/83
• for Power Modules in blocksize format ................................................ 3/45
• for Power Modules in chassis format ................................................... 3/61
• for Smart Line Modules in booksize format .......................................... 3/99
• for Smart Line Modules in chassis format ......................................... 3/108
Line-side power options ......................................................................... 13/27
Liquid-cooled Power Modules chassis format .......................................... 3/53
List Manual .............................................................................................. 14/29
Load-side power components ................................................................ 3/198
Long motor cables .................................................................................. 13/20
M
Manuals ................................................................................................... 14/29
Manufacturer and service documentation .............................................. 14/29
Master interface module.......................................................................... 10/27
MCI Communication Board ...................................................................... 9/22
MCI-PN Communication Board ................................................................ 9/26
Measuring systems ........................................................................................ 7
Mechanical configuration of the drive system......................................... 13/33
Mechanical universal press..................................................................... 15/40
Mechatronic Support ................................................................................. 14/8
Metal forming technology (sector-specific solutions) ............................. 15/36
Metal surcharges..................................................................................... 16/35
Micro Memory Card ............................................................ 9/10, 10/17, 10/27
MMC (Micro Memory Card) ........................................................... 9/10, 10/27
Mobile Media .......................................................................................... 16/11
Mobile Panel (SIMATIC) ............................................................................ 11/4
Mobile Panel 177 ...................................................................................... 11/4
Mobile Panel 277 ...................................................................................... 11/4
Mobile Panels ............................................................................................ 11/4
Modernization & Optimization Services ................................................. 14/23
Molding, filling and sealing machine......................................................... 15/6
Motion Control Chart (MCC) ..................................................................... 9/88
Motion Control solutions "Made by Siemens" (system overview) ............... 1/2
Motion Control System SIMOTION ................................................................ 9
Motion Controller
• SIMOTION C240/C240 PN ..................................................................... 9/7
• SIMOTION P320-3 ............................................................................... 9/17
• SIMOTION P350-3 ............................................................................... 9/20
MOTION-CONNECT 500
• Power cables .......................................................................................... 8/8
• Signal cables ....................................................................................... 8/22
MOTION-CONNECT 800
• Power cables .......................................................................................... 8/8
• Signal cables ....................................................................................... 8/22
MOTION-CONNECT connection system............................................... 1/13, 8
Motor encoder systems (overview) ........................................................... 4/10
Motor Modules ................................................................................. 3/5, 3/135
Motor Modules (configuration) ............................................................... 13/19
Motor protection .......................................................................................... 4/9
Motor reactors
• for blocksize format ........................................................................... 3/198
• for booksize format ........................................................................... 3/201
• for chassis format .............................................................................. 3/203
Motor reactors (configuration) ................................................................ 13/29
Motor selection ........................................................................................ 13/16
Motor starters
• High Feature (SIMATIC ET 200S) ....................................................... 10/32
• Standard (SIMATIC ET 200S) ............................................................. 10/32
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Motors (configuration) .............................................................................13/16
Mounted holding brakes ...........................................................................5/93
Mounting flange ........................................................................................8/44
Mounting positions/types of construction (AC motors) ...............................4/5
MP 177 ......................................................................................................11/7
MP 277 ......................................................................................................11/7
MP 377 ......................................................................................................11/8
Multi Panels ...............................................................................................11/7
MultiAxes Bundle
• SIMOTION C 240/C240 PN ....................................................................9/7
MultiAxes Package
• SIMOTION D410-2 ...............................................................................9/38
• SIMOTION D4x5-2 ................................................................................9/50
Multi-turn absolute encoder.......................................................................4/11
Multi-turn encoder .......................................................................................7/7
My Documentation Manager ..................................................................14/26
N
Network configuration................................................................................9/84
O
Online services ........................................................................................16/10
Online spare parts catalog (SPARESonWeb) ..........................................14/25
Online support .............................................................................14/21, 14/24
OP 177B ....................................................................................................11/5
OP 277 ......................................................................................................11/6
OPC server ...............................................................................................9/75
Operating modes.......................................................................................3/12
Operating modes.........................................................................................4/8
Operator Panels ........................................................................................11/5
Operator Panels (Mobile) ..........................................................................11/4
Optimization services .............................................................................14/23
Optimization......................................................................................9/90, 14/8
Optimized Packaging Line .....................................................................15/54
Optional package CamTool .............................................................9/83, 9/91
Optional package Drive Control Chart (DCC) .................................9/83, 9/92
Opto-electronic rotary encoders, built-on ...................................................7/3
Order number index ................................................................................16/20
Ordering and information (Internet) ........................................................16/10
Ordering licenses for runtime software......................................................9/63
Overload capability......................................3/38, 3/51, 3/57, 3/68, 3/78, 3/88,
......................................................................3/96, 3/105, 3/115, 3/128, 3/141,
.................................................................... 3/163, 3/169, 3/176, 4/151, 13/17
Overview of the licensing concept ...........................................................9/61
P
P320-3 .......................................................................................................9/17
P350-3 .......................................................................................................9/20
Packaging Line .......................................................................................15/54
Packaging solutions...................................................................................15/4
Paint finish (motors) .....................................................................................4/9
Panel fronts for SIMOTION P ....................................................................9/23
Panel PC Remote Kit SIMATIC ..................................................................9/24
Panel PCs .................................................................................................11/9
Parallel connection of power units...........................................................13/22
Parallel shaft gearbox (SIMOTICS S-1FK7 servomotors) ................4/78, 4/98
PC standard keyboard KBPC CG US ........................................................9/25
Pipe bending ...........................................................................................15/42
Plastics (sector-specific solutions) .........................................................15/32
Platform concept and Totally Integrated Automation (system overview).....1/5
PLCopen blocks, SIMOTION ....................................................................9/74
PM-D .......................................................................................................10/32
PM-E DC 24 ... 48 V ................................................................................10/28
PM-E DC 24 ... 48 V, AC 24 ... 230 V ......................................................10/28
PM-E DC 24 V High Feature ...................................................................10/28
PM-E DC 24 V Standard ..........................................................................10/28
Positioning module 1 POS U (SIMATIC ET 200S) ....................................10/30
Potential Distributor Module for SIMATIC ET 200S ..................................10/28
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Power and signal connectors ................................................................... 8/43
Power cables
• Extensions ............................................................................................. 8/14
• for SIMOTICS L-1FN3 motors ............................................................... 8/16
• for SIMOTICS L-1FN6 motors ............................................................... 8/17
• for SIMOTICS M-1PH8 motors with terminal box ................................. 8/15
• for SIMOTICS S-1FT7/-1FK7/SIMOTICS M-1PH8
with SPEED-CONNECT connector ......................................................... 8/9
• for SIMOTICS S-1FT7/-1FK7/SIMOTICS M-1PH8 motors
with full-thread connector...................................................................... 8/11
• for SIMOTICS T-1FW3 motors ............................................................... 8/19
• for SIMOTICS T-1FW6 motors ............................................................... 8/20
• for SINAMICS S120 ................................................................................ 8/7
• MOTION-CONNECT 500 ........................................................................ 8/8
• MOTION-CONNECT 800PLUS ............................................................... 8/8
• with full-thread connector...................................................................... 8/11
• with SPEED-CONNECT connector ......................................................... 8/9
Power components, load-side................................................................. 3/198
Power connecting cable ........................................................................... 7/12
Power connector for SINAMICS Motor Modules ....................................... 8/43
Power Module for motor starters (SIMATIC ET 200S)
• PM-D .................................................................................................. 10/32
• Terminal Module for PM-D Power Module for motor starters ............. 10/32
Power Modules .................................................................................. 3/4, 3/28
• Blocksize format (air-cooled) ................................................................ 3/28
• Chassis format (air-cooled) ................................................................. 3/47
• Chassis format (liquid-cooled) ............................................................ 3/53
Power Modules (configuration) .............................................................. 13/19
Power Modules
• PM-E DC 24 ... 48 V ........................................................................... 10/28
• PM-E DC 24 ... 48 V, AC 24 ... 230 V .................................................. 10/28
• PM-E DC 24 V High Feature ............................................................... 10/28
• PM-E DC 24 V Standard ..................................................................... 10/28
Power options (line-side) ......................................................................... 13/27
Power supply
• for SIMATIC ET 200M ........................................................................... 10/9
• for SIMOTION C ................................................................................... 10/9
Power supply SITOP
• modular .............................................................................................. 10/10
• power ................................................................................................. 10/10
• smart ................................................................................................... 10/10
• (universal) .......................................................................................... 10/10
• with battery module (uninterruptible) ................................................. 10/11
• with capacitor module (uninterruptible) ............................................. 10/12
Power supply ............................................................................................. 10/9
Power units (configuration) ..................................................................... 13/17
Pre-assembled DRIVE-CLiQ signal cables ............................................... 8/24
Printing presses (sector-specific solutions)............................................. 15/12
Printing, stamping and embossing machines ........................................ 15/26
Product selection using the interactive CA 01 catalog of Industry ......... 16/10
PROFIBUS .................................................................................................. 2/2
PROFIBUS DP / PROFINET IO Devices ................................................. 10/52
PROFIdrive ................................................................................................. 2/9
PROFINET .................................................................................................. 2/4
PROFINET for SIMOTION and SINAMICS S120 ........................................ 2/7
PROFIsafe ................................................................................................ 12/9
Project generator, SIMOTION easyProject ....................................... 9/93, 9/94
Programming device (external) ............................................................... 10/27
Programming for everyone (system overview) .......................................... 1/18
Pulse generator 2 PULSE (SIMATIC ET 200S) ....................................... 10/30
Q
Quality management according to DIN EN ISO 9001 (system overview) ... 1/5
R
Radial eccentricity tolerance ....................................................................... 4/6
Radial force diagrams ............................................................................... 5/89
Rated torque................................................................................................ 4/8
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Recommended line-side components
• for Active Line Modules in booksize format .......................................3/121
• for Active Line Modules in chassis format .........................................3/134
• for Basic Line Modules in booksize format ..........................................3/72
• for Basic Line Modules in chassis format ............................................3/83
• for Power Modules in blocksize format ................................................3/45
• for Power Modules in chassis format ...................................................3/61
• for Smart Line Modules in booksize format ..........................................3/99
• for Smart Line Modules in chassis format .........................................3/108
Renewable energy (sector-specific solutions).........................................15/56
Repair service contract RSC ...................................................................14/12
Repair Services .......................................................................................14/21
Repairs.....................................................................................................14/16
Resolver ....................................................................................................4/13
Reversing Module (SIMATIC ET 200S) ...................................................10/31
Reversing starters (SIMATIC ET 200S) ...................................................10/32
Roll feed...................................................................................................15/36
Rotogravure package printing .................................................................15/16
RS 232 C signal cable .............................................................................10/18
RS 422/485 signal cable..........................................................................10/18
RSC (repair service contract) ..................................................................14/12
Runtime software licensing ........................................................................9/61
Runtime software SIMOTION ....................................................................9/58
Runtime system (system overview) ...........................................................1/17
S
Safe Brake Adapter SBA ........................................................................3/239
Safe Brake Control (SBC) .........................................................................12/4
Safe Brake Relay ....................................................................................3/238
Safe Direction (SDI) ..................................................................................12/7
Safe Operating Stop (SOS) .......................................................................12/6
Safe Position (SP) .....................................................................................12/8
Safe position sensing...............................................................................12/11
Safe Speed Monitor (SSM) .......................................................................12/7
Safe speed/position sensing ...................................................................12/11
Safe Stop 1 (SS1) ......................................................................................12/5
Safe Stop 2 (SS2) ......................................................................................12/5
Safe Torque Off (STO) ...............................................................................12/4
Safely Limited Position (SLP) ....................................................................12/8
Safely Limited Speed (SLS) ......................................................................12/6
Safety functions integrated into the drive ................................................12/3
Safety Integrated .........................................................................................12
Safety Module, local (SIMATIC ET 200S) ................................................10/34
Safety-related standards............................................................................12/2
Sale and delivery conditions....................................................................16/38
SBC (Safe Brake Control) .........................................................................12/4
SCCR (Short Circuit Current Rating) .......................................................13/28
SCOUT Workbench ..................................................................................9/84
Sealing machine ........................................................................................15/6
Sector-specific solutions......................................................................9/95, 15
Selecting a closed-loop control variant .....................................................13/4
Selection guides for SIMOTICS M-1PH8 motors ......................................5/86
Selection of the Power Module or Motor Module.....................................13/19
Sensor Module 4 IQ-Sense (SIMATIC ET 200S) .....................................10/30
Sensor Module Cabinet-Mounted
• SMC10 ............................................................................3/242, 8/39, 10/45
• SMC20 ............................................................................3/243, 8/39, 10/45
• SMC30 ............................................................................3/244, 8/39, 10/45
Sensor Modules (configuration) ..............................................................13/29
Sensor Modules External
• SME120/SME125 ............................................................3/247, 8/40, 10/45
• SME20/SME25 .........................................................................3/245, 10/45
Services and documentation ........................................................................14
Short Circuit Current Rating (SCCR) .......................................................13/28
Short designations for the encoder systems .............................................4/10
Siemens contact partners .........................................................................16/8
Siemens Industry Automation in the WWW .............................................16/10
Siemens Mall .............................................................................................16/3
Siemens Solution Partner ..........................................................................16/9
S
Signal cable
• 20 mA (TTY) ....................................................................................... 10/18
• RS 232 C ............................................................................................ 10/18
• RS 422/485 ......................................................................................... 10/18
Signal cables ............................................................................................ 8/21
• DRIVE-CLiQ without 24 V DC cores ..................................................... 8/24
• for motors with SPEED-CONNECT connector ...................................... 8/26
• for motors with full-thread connector ................................................... 8/26
• for SINAMICS S120/SIMOTION D ........................................................ 8/21
• MOTION-CONNECT 500 ...................................................................... 8/22
• MOTION-CONNECT 800 ...................................................................... 8/22
• Pre-assembled DRIVE-CLiQ ................................................................. 8/24
• with 24 V DC cores ............................................................................... 8/25
Signal connector
• for SIMOTICS T-1FW6 built-in torque motors ........................................ 8/43
• with cap nut for encoders ..................................................................... 7/12
• with external thread for encoders with cable ........................................ 7/12
SIMATIC ET 200eco ................................................................................ 10/35
SIMATIC ET 200eco PN .......................................................................... 10/36
SIMATIC ET 200M ................................................................................... 10/23
SIMATIC ET 200M power supply .............................................................. 10/9
SIMATIC ET 200pro ................................................................................ 10/37
SIMATIC ET 200S ................................................................................... 10/24
• Analog Electronic Modules ................................................................. 10/29
• Digital Electronic Modules .................................................................. 10/28
• Dummy Module ................................................................................... 10/31
• External EPROM programming device ............................................... 10/27
• Interface Modules .............................................................................. 10/27
• Master interface module ..................................................................... 10/27
• Micro Memory Card ........................................................................... 10/27
• Motor starters High Feature ............................................................... 10/32
• Motor starters Standard ..................................................................... 10/32
• PM-D Power Module for motor starters .............................................. 10/32
• Potential Distributor Module ................................................................ 10/28
• Power Modules .................................................................................. 10/28
• Safety Module, local ........................................................................... 10/34
• Technology Modules .......................................................................... 10/30
• Terminal Modules ......................................................... 10/27, 10/32, 10/34
SIMATIC HMI IPC277D ............................................................................. 11/9
SIMATIC HMI IPC477C ........................................................................... 11/10
SIMATIC HMI IPC577C ........................................................................... 11/12
SIMATIC HMI IPC677C ........................................................................... 11/14
SIMATIC Interface Module IM 174 .......................................................... 10/38
SIMATIC Machine Vision ........................................................................ 10/51
SIMATIC Mobile Panel 177 ....................................................................... 11/4
SIMATIC Mobile Panel 277 ....................................................................... 11/4
SIMATIC MP 177 ....................................................................................... 11/7
SIMATIC MP 277 ....................................................................................... 11/7
SIMATIC MP 377 ....................................................................................... 11/8
SIMATIC NET OPC Server on SIMOTION P ............................................. 9/76
SIMATIC Panel PC Remote Kit ................................................................. 9/24
SIMATIC Panel PC Remote Kit .................................................................. 9/24
SIMATIC TP 177B ..................................................................................... 11/5
SIMATIC TP 177B Widescreen ................................................................. 11/5
SIMATIC TP 277 ........................................................................................ 11/6
SIMATIC WinCC flexible ES (Engineering Software) .............................. 11/16
SIMATIC WinCC flexible RT (visualization software) .............................. 11/17
SIMOTICS
• Linear and torque motors........................................................................... 6
• Main motors ............................................................................................... 5
• Servomotors ..................................................................................... 1/12, 4
SIMOTICS L-1FN3 linear motors ..................................... 6/4, 6/84, 8/17, 8/40
SIMOTICS L-1FN6 linear motors ................................... 6/16, 6/86, 8/18, 8/40
SIMOTICS linear- and torque motors.............................................................. 6
SIMOTICS M asynchronous and synchronous motors for SINAMICS S1205/4
SIMOTICS main motors ................................................................................. 5
SIMOTICS main motors (system overview) .............................................. 1/12
SIMOTICS motors .................................................................................. 1/12, 4
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Subject index
S
SIMOTICS S-1FK7 motors ................................................................4/30, 8/10
• Compact ......................................................................................4/34, 4/44
• High Dynamic ..............................................................................4/40, 4/48
• High Inertia ...........................................................................................4/42
• with LP+ planetary gearbox .................................................................4/62
• with SP+ planetary gearbox .................................................................4/56
SIMOTICS S-1FK7 servomotors.................................................................4/56
• with bevel gearbox .......................................................................4/82, 4/99
• with helical gearbox .....................................................................4/70, 4/97
• with parallel shaft gearbox ...........................................................4/78, 4/98
• with worm gearbox ....................................................................4/88, 4/100
SIMOTICS S-1FT7 motors ..................................................................4/14, 8/9
• Compact ...............................................................................................4/18
• Compact core type ...............................................................................4/16
• High Dynamic .......................................................................................4/28
• with SP+ planetary gearbox ................................................................4/51
SIMOTICS S-1FT7 servomotors .......................................................4/14, 4/68
SIMOTICS servomotors .................................................................................4
SIMOTICS servomotors (system overview) ..............................................1/12
SIMOTICS T-1FW3 complete torque motors ...........................6/38, 6/91, 8/19
SIMOTICS T-1FW6 built-in torque motors ...............................6/24, 8/20, 8/43
SIMOTION C – Controller-based ................................................................9/4
SIMOTION C – Modularity and flexibility (system overview) ....................1/16
SIMOTION C power supply ......................................................................10/9
SIMOTION C240/C240 PN ..........................................................................9/7
SIMOTION carton packer ..........................................................................15/8
SIMOTION CompactFlash card (CF) ...............................................9/38, 9/50
SIMOTION Control Units D410-2 ..............................................................9/31
SIMOTION Control Units D4x5-2 ..............................................................9/41
SIMOTION Controller Extension CX32-2 ..................................................9/53
SIMOTION CX32-2 ....................................................................................9/53
SIMOTION CX32-2 Controller Extension ..................................................9/53
SIMOTION D – Compact and integrated in the drive
(system overview) .....................................................................................1/15
SIMOTION D410-2 ....................................................................................9/31
SIMOTION D4x5-2 ....................................................................................9/41
SIMOTION easyProject project generator .......................................9/93, 9/94
SIMOTION engineering software ..............................................................9/80
SIMOTION HMI devices ..............................................................................11
SIMOTION I/O components .........................................................................10
SIMOTION Intelligent Belt .......................................................................15/10
SIMOTION IT .............................................................................................9/77
SIMOTION Kernel .....................................................................................9/66
SIMOTION Motion Control System ................................................................9
SIMOTION overview of functions ..............................................................9/97
SIMOTION P – Open for other tasks (system overview)............................1/16
SIMOTION P – PC-based .........................................................................9/12
SIMOTION P320-3 ....................................................................................9/17
SIMOTION P350-3 ....................................................................................9/20
SIMOTION PLCopen blocks .....................................................................9/74
SIMOTION Runtime Software ...................................................................9/58
SIMOTION SCOUT optional packages .....................................................9/83
SIMOTION SCOUT software package ......................................................9/81
SIMOTION software ..................................................................................9/57
SIMOTION system (system overview) ......................................................1/14
SIMOTION technology package
• Cam disc (CAM) ...................................................................................9/70
• for Drive Control Chart (DCC) ...............................................................9/73
• Motion Control Basic ............................................................................9/68
• Multipurpose Information Interface (MIIF) ............................................9/73
• Path interpolation (PATH) ......................................................................9/71
• Positioning (POS) .................................................................................9/69
• Synchronous operation/electronic gear (GEAR) ..................................9/70
• Temperature controller (TControl) .........................................................9/72
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SIMOTION technology package ............................................................... 9/68
SIMOTION TMC ........................................................................................ 10/3
SIMOTION Utilities & Application ............................................................. 9/95
Simulator Module SM 374 (SIMATIC S7-300 I/O) .................................... 10/19
SINAMICS drive I/O ................................................................................ 10/44
SINAMICS S120 and SIMOTION – the perfect team
(system overview) ..................................................................................... 1/10
SINAMICS S120 built-in devices (system overview) .................................. 1/8
SINAMICS S120 Control Units (configuration) ......................................... 13/4
SINAMICS S120 drive system ........................................................ 1/3, 3, 14/4
SINAMICS variants (system overview) ........................................................ 1/4
Sine-wave filter (configuration) ............................................................... 13/29
Sine-wave filter for chassis format ......................................................... 3/207
Single Motor Modules
• Booksize compact format ................................................................... 3/136
• Booksize format ................................................................................ 3/143
• Chassis format .................................................................................. 3/153
Single-encoder system ........................................................................... 12/11
Single-turn absolute encoder .................................................................... 4/11
Single-turn encoder..................................................................................... 7/7
SINUMERIK Analog Drive Interface for 4 Axes ADI 4 ............................ 10/38
SIPLUS extreme ...................................................................................... 10/50
SITOP
• Battery module .................................................................................. 10/11
• DC UPS module ................................................................................. 10/11
• UPS501S expansion module .............................................................. 10/12
• UPS500P with capacitor .................................................................... 10/12
• UPS500S with capacitor ..................................................................... 10/12
SITOP DC UPS module .......................................................................... 10/11
SITOP modular ....................................................................................... 10/10
SITOP power .......................................................................................... 10/10
SITOP power supply
• with battery module (uninterruptible) ................................................. 10/11
• with capacitor module (uninterruptible) ............................................. 10/12
SITOP power supply (universal) ............................................................. 10/10
SITOP select diagnostics module ........................................................... 10/10
SITOP smart ............................................................................................ 10/10
SITOP UPS501S expansion module ...................................................... 10/12
SIWAREX CF (SIMATIC ET 200S) ........................................................... 10/30
SIWAREX CS (SIMATIC ET 200S) ........................................................... 10/30
SIWAREX weighing systems ................................................................... 10/51
SIZER for Siemens Drives ........................................................................ 13/2
SLS (Safely-Limited Speed) ..................................................................... 12/6
SM 374 Simulator Module (SIMATIC S7-300 I/O) ................................... 10/19
Smart Line Modules
• Booksize compact format ..................................................................... 3/84
• Booksize format .................................................................................. 3/89
• Chassis format .................................................................................. 3/100
SMC10 ................................................................................ 3/242, 8/39, 10/45
SMC20 ................................................................................ 3/243, 8/39, 10/45
SMC30 ................................................................................ 3/244, 8/39, 10/45
SME120/SME125 ................................................................ 3/247, 8/40, 10/45
SME20/SME25 ............................................................................. 3/245, 10/45
Social Media ........................................................................................... 16/11
Soft starters (SIMATIC ET 200S).............................................................. 10/32
SOFTNET S7 for Industrial Ethernet ......................................................... 9/76
SOFTNET S7 for PROFIBUS DP ............................................................... 9/76
SOFTNET S7 LEAN for Industrial Ethernet ............................................... 9/76
Software licenses ...................................................................................... 16/5
Software package SIMOTION SCOUT ..................................................... 9/81
Software SIMATIC WinCC flexible ES ..................................................... 11/16
Software SIMATIC WinCC flexible RT ..................................................... 11/17
Software SIMOTION ................................................................................. 9/57
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Subject index
S
Solution Partner .........................................................................................16/9
SOS (Safe Operating Stop) .......................................................................12/6
Sound pressure level ........................................................................5/87, 5/88
Spare parts ..............................................................................................14/15
• SIMATIC S7-300 I/O ............................................................................10/20
SPARESonWeb .......................................................................................14/25
Specification of components for the connection system.........................13/33
SPEED-CONNECT ......................................................................................8/4
Spring-disk coupling for encoders ............................................................7/12
SS1 (Safe Stop 1) ......................................................................................12/5
SS2 (Safe Stop 2) ......................................................................................12/5
SSI module (SIMATIC ET 200S) ..............................................................10/30
SSM (Safe Speed Monitor) .......................................................................12/7
Stamping and embossing machines ......................................................15/26
Standard keyboard KBPC CG US ............................................................9/25
Standards (safety-related) ........................................................................12/2
STARTER (commissioning tool) .......................................................3/23, 9/82
STO (Safe Torque Off) ...............................................................................12/4
Structured Text (ST) ..................................................................................9/87
Subject index ...........................................................................................16/12
Supplementary system components .......................................................3/209
Support ......................................................................1/13, 14/7, 14/21, 14/24
Support (Engineering) ............................................................................14/22
Support (Online) ..........................................................................14/21, 14/24
Support (Technical) .................................................................................14/21
Synchronous and asynchronous motors for
SIMOTICS M and SINAMICS S120..............................................................5/4
Synchronous motors SIMOTICS M-1PH8 ......................................5/60, 5/104
System components (configuration)........................................................13/29
System description - Dimensioning ..............................................................13
System overview for SINAMICS S120 .........................................................3/4
System overview .............................................................................................1
System properties (system overview) .........................................................1/6
System SIMOTION .........................................................................................9
System SINAMICS S120 ................................................................................3
T
TB30 ........................................................................................................3/219
Technical Consulting ...............................................................................14/22
Technical definitions for AC motors .............................................................4/4
Technical Support ...................................................................................14/21
Technology functions
• Cam disc (CAM) ...................................................................................9/70
• Drive Control Chart (DCC) ....................................................................9/73
• Motion Control Basic ............................................................................9/68
• Multipurpose Information Interface (MIIF) ............................................9/73
• Path interpolation – PATH .....................................................................9/71
• Positioning – POS .................................................................................9/69
• Synchronous operation/electronic gear (GEAR) ..................................9/70
• Temperature controller – TControl ........................................................9/72
Technology Modules ...............................................................................10/30
Technology package
• for Drive Control Chart (DCC) .....................................................9/59, 9/73
• Motion Control .............................................................................9/59, 9/68
Technology package SIMOTION ..............................................................9/68
Technology packages (system overview) .................................................1/17
Terminal Board
• TB30 ...................................................................................................3/219
Terminal box ............................................................................5/86, 6/83, 8/15
Terminal Module (SIMATIC ET 200S) ......................................................10/27
Terminal Modules
• for motor starters (SIMATIC ET 200S) ................................................10/32
• for Safety Modules (SIMATIC ET 200S) ..............................................10/34
• TM-C120C Compact for SIMATIC ET 200S Compact ........................10/27
• TM-C120S Compact for SIMATIC ET 200S Compact .........................10/27
• TM-E for Electronic Modules (SIMATIC ET 200S) ...............................10/31
• TM-P for Power Modules ....................................................................10/28
T
Terminal Modules
• TM120 ............................................................................ 3/232, 8/40, 10/45
• TM15 ....................................................................................... 3/221, 10/49
• TM150 ..................................................................................... 2/234, 10/45
• TM17 High Feature ............................................................................. 10/49
• TM31 ....................................................................................... 3/223, 10/44
• TM41 ............................................................................ 3/226, 10/44, 10/46
• TM54F ..................................................................................... 3/229, 10/44
Testing and commissioning (diagnostics) ................................................ 9/90
Textile machines (sector-specific solutions) ............................................ 15/22
The SINAMICS drive family (system overview) ........................................... 1/4
TM120 ................................................................................. 3/232, 8/40, 10/45
TM15 ............................................................................................ 3/221, 10/49
TM150 .......................................................................................... 2/234, 10/45
TM17 High Feature ................................................................................. 10/49
TM31 ............................................................................................ 3/223, 10/44
TM41 ................................................................................. 3/226, 10/44, 10/46
TM54F .......................................................................................... 3/229, 10/44
TMC .......................................................................................................... 10/8
TM-C120C Compact for SIMATIC ET 200S Compact ............................ 10/27
TM-C120S Compact for SIMATIC ET 200S Compact ............................. 10/27
TM-P for Power Modules (SIMATIC ET 200S) ......................................... 10/28
Torque motors SIMOTICS T-1FW3 .......................................... 6/38, 6/91, 8/19
Torque motors SIMOTICS T-1FW6 .................................................. 6/24, 6/88,
................................................................................................. 8/20, 8/41, 8/43
Totally Integrated Automation (system overview) .............................. 1/5, 1/10
Touch Panels ............................................................................................ 11/5
TP 177B .................................................................................................... 11/5
TP 177B Widescreen ................................................................................ 11/5
TP 277 ...................................................................................................... 11/6
Trace function ........................................................................................... 3/13
Training .......................................................................................... 14/3, 14/22
Training courses for
• SIMOTION ............................................................................................ 14/5
• SINAMICS ............................................................................................ 14/4
Transfer, electronic .................................................................................. 15/38
Types of construction/mounting positions (AC motors) .............................. 4/5
U
Uninterruptible SITOP power supply
• with battery module............................................................................. 10/11
• with capacitor module......................................................................... 10/12
Universal press........................................................................................ 15/40
Universal SITOP power supply................................................................ 10/10
UPS500P with capacitor SITOP............................................................... 10/12
UPS500S with capacitor SITOP............................................................... 10/12
UPS501S expansion module SITOP........................................................ 10/12
User/Manufacturer documentation.......................................................... 14/28
Utilities & Application SIMOTION ............................................................. 9/95
V
Ventilation data/Sound pressure levels ..................................................... 5/87
Vibration severity grade A ........................................................................... 4/6
Vibration severity ......................................................................................... 4/6
Vibration stress ............................................................................................ 4/7
Visualization software SIMATIC WinCC flexible RT ................................. 11/17
Voltage Clamping Module in booksize format......................................... 3/197
Voltage Sensing Module VSM10 ............................................................. 3/236
VSM10 .................................................................................................... 3/236
W
Water specifications .................................................................................. 5/88
Weaving machine .................................................................................... 15/24
Weighing systems SIWAREX .................................................................. 10/51
WinCC flexible ES ................................................................................... 11/16
WinCC flexible RT ................................................................................... 11/17
Wire-drawing and cable machines.......................................................... 15/48
Worm gearbox (SIMOTICS S-1FK7 servomotors) .......................... 4/88, 4/100
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1FK7011-...
1FK7061-...
1FK7011-5AK21-1... ...................................... 4/46
1FK7011-5AK71-1... ...................................... 4/38
1FK7061-4CF71-1... .......................................4/40
1FK7061-4CH71-1... ......................................4/40
1FK7100-5AF71-1..5-Z C.. ............................. 4/81
1FK7100-5AF71-1..5-Z D.. ............................. 4/75
1FK7100-5AF71-1..5-Z E.. ............................. 4/91
1FK7015-...
1FK7062-...
1FK7101-...
1FK7015-5AK21-1... ...................................... 4/46
1FK7015-5AK71-1... ...................................... 4/38
1FK7062-2AC71-1...
1FK7062-2AF71-1...
1FK7062-2AH71-1...
1FK7062-3BF71-1...
1FK7022-...
1FK7022-5AK21-1... ...................................... 4/46
1FK7022-5AK71-1... ...................................... 4/38
1FK7032-...
1FK7032-2AF21-1... ....................................... 4/44
1FK7032-2AK71-1... ...................................... 4/36
1FK7032-5AK71-1..3-Z A03 ........................... 4/66
1FK7032-5AK71-1..5-Z B.. ............................. 4/83
1FK7032-5AK71-1..5-Z C.. ............................ 4/79
1FK7032-5AK71-1..5-Z D.. ............................ 4/71
1FK7032-5AK71-1..5-Z E.. ............................. 4/89
1FK7033-...
1FK7063-...
1FK7063-2AC71-1... .......................................4/34
1FK7063-2AF71-1... .......................................4/34
1FK7063-2AH71-1... .......................................4/36
1FK7063-5AF71-1..5-Z B.. .............................4/85
1FK7063-5AF71-1..5-Z C.. .............................4/79
1FK7063-5AF71-1..5-Z D.. .............................4/73
1FK7063-5AF71-1..5-Z E.. ..............................4/91
1FK7063-5AH71-1..3-Z A70 ...........................4/66
1FK7064-...
1FK7033-4CF21-1... ....................................... 4/48
1FK7033-4CK71-1... ...................................... 4/40
1FK7064-4CC71-1... ......................................4/40
1FK7064-4CF71-1... .......................................4/40
1FK7064-4CH71-1... ......................................4/40
1FK7034-...
1FK7080-...
1FK7034-2AF21-1... ....................................... 4/44
1FK7034-2AK71-1... ...................................... 4/36
1FK7034-5AK71-1..3-Z A00 ........................... 4/66
1FK7040-...
1FK7040-2AK71-1... ...................................... 4/36
1FK7040-5AF71-1..5-Z E.. ............................. 4/89
1FK7040-5AK71-1..3-Z A13 ........................... 4/66
1FK7040-5AK71-1..5-Z B.. ............................. 4/83
1FK7040-5AK71-1..5-Z C.. ............................ 4/79
1FK7040-5AK71-1..5-Z D.. ............................ 4/71
1FK7040-5AK71-1..5-Z E.. ............................. 4/89
1FK7042-...
1FK7080-2AF71-1... .......................................4/34
1FK7080-2AH71-1... .......................................4/36
1FK7080-5AF71-1..5-Z B.. .............................4/85
1FK7080-5AF71-1..5-Z C.. .............................4/81
1FK7080-5AF71-1..5-Z D.. .............................4/73
1FK7080-5AF71-1..5-Z E.. ..............................4/91
1FK7080-5AH71-1..3-Z A83 ...........................4/66
1FK7081-...
1FK7081-2AC71-1...
1FK7081-2AF71-1...
1FK7081-2AH71-1...
1FK7081-3BF71-1...
1FK7042-2AC71-1... ...................................... 4/34
1FK7042-2AF21-1... ....................................... 4/44
1FK7042-2AF71-1... ....................................... 4/34
1FK7042-2AK71-1... ...................................... 4/36
1FK7042-3BK71-1... ...................................... 4/42
1FK7042-5AF71-1..5-Z B.. ............................. 4/83
1FK7042-5AF71-1..5-Z C.. ............................. 4/79
1FK7042-5AF71-1..5-Z D.. ............................. 4/71
1FK7042-5AK71-1..3-Z A10 ........................... 4/66
1FK7083-...
1FK7043-...
1FK7084-...
1FK7043-4CF21-1... ....................................... 4/48
1FK7043-4CH71-1... ...................................... 4/40
1FK7043-4CK71-1... ...................................... 4/40
1FK7044-...
1FK7044-4CF71-1... ....................................... 4/40
1FK7044-4CH71-1... ...................................... 4/40
1FK7060-...
16
.......................................4/34
.......................................4/34
.......................................4/36
.......................................4/42
1FK7060-2AC71-1... ...................................... 4/34
1FK7060-2AF71-1... ....................................... 4/34
1FK7060-2AH71-1... ...................................... 4/36
1FK7060-3BF71-1... ....................................... 4/42
1FK7060-5AF71-1..5-Z B.. ............................. 4/83
1FK7060-5AF71-1..5-Z C.. ............................. 4/79
1FK7060-5AF71-1..5-Z D.. .................... 4/71, 4/73
1FK7060-5AF71-1..5-Z E.. ............................. 4/89
1FK7060-5AH71-1..3-Z A73 .......................... 4/66
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.......................................4/34
.......................................4/36
.......................................4/42
1FK7083-2AC71-1... .......................................4/34
1FK7083-2AF71-1... .......................................4/34
1FK7083-2AH71-1... .......................................4/36
1FK7083-5AF71-1..5-Z B.. .............................4/85
1FK7083-5AF71-1..5-Z C.. .............................4/81
1FK7083-5AF71-1..5-Z D.. .............................4/73
1FK7083-5AF71-1..5-Z E.. ..............................4/91
1FK7083-5AH71-1..3-Z A80 ...........................4/66
1FK7101-2AC71-1... ...................................... 4/34
1FK7101-2AF71-1... ....................................... 4/34
1FK7101-5AF71-1..5-Z B.. ............................. 4/87
1FK7101-5AF71-1..5-Z C.. ............................. 4/81
1FK7101-5AF71-1..5-Z D.. ............................. 4/75
1FK7101-5AF71-1..5-Z E.. ............................. 4/91
1FK7103-...
1FK7103-2AC71-1... ...................................... 4/34
1FK7103-2AF71-1... ....................................... 4/34
1FK7103-5AF71-1..5-Z B.. ............................. 4/87
1FK7103-5AF71-1..5-Z C.. ............................. 4/81
1FK7103-5AF71-1..5-Z D.. ............................. 4/77
1FK7105-...
1FK7105-2AC71-1... ...................................... 4/34
1FK7105-2AF71-1... ....................................... 4/34
1FK7105-5AF71-1..5-Z B.. ............................. 4/87
1FK7105-5AF71-1..5-Z C.. ............................. 4/81
1FK7105-5AF71-1..5-Z D.. ............................. 4/77
1FN30...
1FN3002-0PH0.-0AA0 ................................... 6/14
1FN3002-0TK0.-1..0 ...................................... 6/13
1FN3003-0PH0.-0AA0 ................................... 6/14
1FN3003-0TK0.-1..0 ...................................... 6/13
1FN3004-0TK0.-1..0 ...................................... 6/13
1FN3005-0PH0.-0AA0 ................................... 6/14
1FN3005-0TK0.-1..0 ...................................... 6/13
1FN3006-0PH0.-0AA0 ................................... 6/14
1FN3050-.PK.0-0AA0 .................................... 6/12
1FN3050-0T.00-.... ......................................... 6/12
1FN3050-0T.01-0AA0 .................................... 6/13
1FN3050-1ND00-0.A1 ................................... 6/10
1FN3050-2NB80-0.A1 ................................... 6/10
1FN3050-2WC00-0.A1 ..................................... 6/6
1FN3050-4SA00-0AA0 ........................... 6/6, 6/10
1FN3050-4TP00-1A.. ..................................... 6/12
1FN31...
1FK7086-4CC71-1... ......................................4/40
1FK7086-4CF71-1... .......................................4/40
1FN3100-.NC.0-0BA1 .................................... 6/10
1FN3100-.NC00-0BA1 ................................... 6/10
1FN3100-.PK.0-0AA0 .................................... 6/12
1FN3100-0T.00-.... ......................................... 6/12
1FN3100-0T.01-0AA0 .................................... 6/13
1FN3100-4SA00-0AA0 .................................. 6/10
1FN3100-4TP00-1A.. ..................................... 6/12
1FN3150-.PK.0-0AA0 .................................... 6/12
1FN3150-.WC00-0BA1 .................................... 6/6
1FN3150-0T.00-.... ......................................... 6/12
1FN3150-0T.01-0AA0 .................................... 6/13
1FN3150-1NC20-0BA1 .................................. 6/10
1FN3150-2NB80-0BA1 .................................. 6/10
1FN3150-3NC70-0BA1 .................................. 6/10
1FN3150-4NB80-0BA1 .................................. 6/10
1FN3150-4SA00-0AA0 ........................... 6/6, 6/10
1FN3150-4TP00-1A.. ..................................... 6/12
1FK7100-...
1FN33...
1FK7100-2AC71-1... .......................................4/34
1FK7100-2AF71-1... .......................................4/34
1FK7100-5AF71-1..5-Z B.. .............................4/85
1FN3300-.NC10-0BA1 ................................... 6/10
1FN3300-.PK.0-0AA0 .................................... 6/12
1FN3300-.W.00-0BA1 ...................................... 6/6
1FN3300-0T.00-.... ......................................... 6/12
1FN3300-0T.01-0AA0 .................................... 6/13
1FN3300-3NC40-0BA1 .................................. 6/10
1FK7084-2AC71-1...
1FK7084-2AF71-1...
1FK7084-3BC71-1...
1FK7084-3BF71-1...
.......................................4/34
.......................................4/34
.......................................4/42
.......................................4/42
1FK7085-...
1FK7085-4CC71-1... ......................................4/40
1FK7085-4CF71-1... .......................................4/40
1FK7086-...
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Order number index
1FN3300-4NB80-0BA1 .................................. 6/10
1FN3300-4SA00-0AA0 ............................ 6/6, 6/10
1FN3300-4TP00-1A.. ..................................... 6/12
1FN34...
1FN3450-.NC50-0BA1 ................................... 6/10
1FN3450-.PK.0-0AA0 ..................................... 6/12
1FN3450-.W.00-0BA1 ...................................... 6/8
1FN3450-.W.50-0BA1 ...................................... 6/8
1FN3450-0T.00-.... ......................................... 6/12
1FN3450-0T.01-0AA0 ..................................... 6/13
1FN3450-4NB80-0BA1 .................................. 6/10
1FN3450-4SA00-0AA0 ............................ 6/8, 6/10
1FN3450-4TP00-1A.. ..................................... 6/12
1FN36...
1FN3600-.NB80-0BA1 ................................... 6/10
1FN3600-.PK.0-0AA0 ..................................... 6/12
1FN3600-.W.50-0BA1 ...................................... 6/8
1FN3600-0TB00-1..0 ...................................... 6/12
1FN3600-0TJ01-0AA0 ................................... 6/13
1FN3600-4SA00-0AA0 ............................ 6/8, 6/10
1FN3600-4TP00-1A.. ..................................... 6/12
1FN39...
1FN3900-.NB20-0BA1 ................................... 6/10
1FN3900-.PK.0-0AA0 ..................................... 6/12
1FN3900-.W.00-0BA1 ...................................... 6/8
1FN3900-.W.50-0BA1 ...................................... 6/8
1FN3900-0TB00-1..0 ...................................... 6/12
1FN3900-0TJ01-0AA0 ................................... 6/13
1FN3900-4SA00-0AA0 ............................ 6/8, 6/10
1FN3900-4TP00-1A.. ..................................... 6/12
1FN60...
1FN60..-1L...-0KA1 ........................................ 6/20
1FN60..-1SC00-0AA0 .................................... 6/20
1FN600.-1L...-0FA1 ........................................ 6/18
1FN600.-1L...-0KA1 ....................................... 6/18
1FN600.-1S.00-0AA0 ............................ 6/18, 6/22
1FN600.-1W...-0.A1 ........................................ 6/22
1FT703...
1FT7034-1AK7.-1..1 ....................................... 4/16
1FT7034-5AK7.-1... ........................................ 4/20
1FT7036-5AK7.-1... ........................................ 4/20
1FT704...
1FT7042-5AF7.-1... ........................................ 4/18
1FT7042-5AK7.-1... ........................................ 4/20
1FT7044-1AF7.-1..1 ....................................... 4/16
1FT7044-5AF7.-1... ........................................ 4/18
1FT7044-5AK7.-1... ........................................ 4/20
1FT7046-5AF7.-1... ........................................ 4/18
1FT7046-5AH7.-1... ........................................ 4/20
1FT706...
1FT7062-1AF7.-1..1 ....................................... 4/16
1FT7062-1AK7.-1..1 ....................................... 4/16
1FT7062-5AF7.-1... ........................................ 4/18
1FT7062-5AK7.-1... ........................................ 4/20
1FT7062-5WF7.-1... ....................................... 4/26
1FT7062-5WK7.-1... ....................................... 4/26
1FT7064-1AF7.-1..1 ....................................... 4/16
1FT7064-1AK7.-1..1 ....................................... 4/16
1FT7064-5AF7.-1... ........................................ 4/18
1FT7064-5AK7.-1... ........................................ 4/20
1FT7064-5WF7.-1... ....................................... 4/26
1FT7064-5WK7.-1... ....................................... 4/26
1FT7065-7SF7.-1... ........................................ 4/28
1FT7065-7WF7.-1... ........................................4/28
1FT7065-7WH7.-1... .......................................4/28
1FT7066-5AF7.-1... .........................................4/18
1FT7066-5AH7.-1... ........................................4/20
1FT7066-5WF7.-1... ........................................4/26
1FT7066-5WH7.-1... .......................................4/26
1FT7067-7SF7.-1... .........................................4/28
1FT7067-7SH7.-1... ........................................4/28
1FT7067-7WF7.-1... ........................................4/28
1FT7067-7WH7.-1... .......................................4/28
1FT7068-5AF7.-1... .........................................4/18
1FT7068-5WF7.-1... ........................................4/26
1FT708..
1FT7082-1AF7.-1..1 ........................................4/16
1FT7082-5AC7.-1... ........................................4/18
1FT7082-5AF7.-1... .........................................4/18
1FT7082-5AH7.-1... ........................................4/20
1FT7082-5WC7.-1... .......................................4/24
1FT7082-5WF7.-1... ........................................4/26
1FT7082-5WH7.-1... .......................................4/26
1FT7084-1AF7.-1..1 ........................................4/16
1FT7084-1AH7.-1..1 .......................................4/16
1FT7084-5AC7.-1... ........................................4/18
1FT7084-5AF7.-1... .........................................4/18
1FT7084-5AH7.-1... ........................................4/20
1FT7084-5SC7.- 1... .......................................4/22
1FT7084-5SF7.- 1... ........................................4/22
1FT7084-5SH7.- 1... .......................................4/22
1FT7084-5WC7.-1... .......................................4/24
1FT7084-5WF7.-1... ........................................4/26
1FT7084-5WH7.-1... .......................................4/26
1FT7085-7SF7.-1... .........................................4/28
1FT7085-7SH7.-1... ........................................4/28
1FT7085-7WF7.-1... ........................................4/28
1FT7085-7WH7.-.... ........................................4/28
1FT7086-1AF7.-1..1 ........................................4/16
1FT7086-1AH7.-1..1 .......................................4/16
1FT7086-5AC7.-1... ........................................4/18
1FT7086-5AF7.-1... .........................................4/18
1FT7086-5AH7.-1... ........................................4/20
1FT7086-5SC7.- 1... .......................................4/22
1FT7086-5SF7.- 1... ........................................4/22
1FT7086-5SH7.- 1... .......................................4/22
1FT7086-5WC7.-1... .......................................4/24
1FT7086-5WF7.-1... ........................................4/26
1FT7086-5WH7.-1... .......................................4/26
1FT7087-7SF7.-1... .........................................4/28
1FT7087-7SH7.-1... ........................................4/28
1FT7087-7WF7.-.... .........................................4/28
1FT7087-7WH7.-.... ........................................4/28
1FT710...
1FT7102-1AC7.-1..1 .......................................4/16
1FT7102-5AB7.-1... ........................................4/18
1FT7102-5AC7.-1... ........................................4/18
1FT7102-5AF7.-1... .........................................4/18
1FT7102-5WB7.-1... .......................................4/24
1FT7102-5WC7.-1... .......................................4/24
1FT7102-5WF7.-1... ........................................4/26
1FT7105-1AC7.-1..1 .......................................4/16
1FT7105-5AB7.-1... ........................................4/18
1FT7105-5AC7.-1... ........................................4/18
1FT7105-5AF7.-1... .........................................4/18
1FT7105-5SC7.- 1... .......................................4/22
1FT7105-5SF7.- 1... ........................................4/22
1FT7105-5WB7.-1... .......................................4/24
1FT7105-5WC7.-1... .......................................4/24
1FT7105-5WF7.-1... ....................................... 4/26
1FT7108-5AB7.-1... ........................................ 4/18
1FT7108-5AC7.-1... ....................................... 4/18
1FT7108-5AF7.-1... ........................................ 4/18
1FT7108-5SC7.- 1... ....................................... 4/22
1FT7108-5SF7.- 1... ....................................... 4/22
1FT7108-5WB7.-1... ....................................... 4/24
1FT7108-5WC7.-.... ........................................ 4/24
1FT7108-5WF7.-1... ....................................... 4/26
1FW3..
1FW315.-1.H.2-.A.0 ............ 6/42, 6/52, 6/62, 6/72
1FW315.-1.L.2-.A.0 ............. 6/44, 6/54, 6/64, 6/74
1FW315.-1.P.2-.A.0 ............. 6/46, 6/56, 6/66, 6/76
1FW32..-.....- .A.0 ........................................... 6/70
1FW32..-.....-.A.0 ......................... 6/42, 6/44, 6/50,
.................................... 6/52, 6/54, 6/60, 6/64, 6/74
1FW32..-....-.A.0 ............................................. 6/40
1FW320.-1.H.2-.A.0 .............................. 6/62, 6/72
1FW320.-3...2-.A.0 ......................................... 6/48
1FW320.-3...3-.A.0 ....................... 6/58, 6/68, 6/78
1FW328.-3.M.3-.AA0 ............................ 6/66, 6/76
1FW6...
1FW60.0-0.B..-...1 .......................................... 6/26
1FW6090-0.B..-...2 ......................................... 6/28
1FW6130-0.B..-...2 ......................................... 6/28
1FW6150-0.B..- ...2 ........................................ 6/28
1FW6160-0.B..-...2 ......................................... 6/30
1FW6160-1BA00-0AA0 .................................. 6/37
1FW6190-0.B..-...2 ......................................... 6/32
1FW6230-0.B..-...2 ......................................... 6/34
1FW6290-0.B..-...2 ......................................... 6/36
1FW6290-1BA00-0AA0 .................................. 6/37
1PH80...
1PH8083-..F..-...1 ......................... 5/10, 5/16, 5/22
1PH8083-..F2.-...1 ........................ 5/46, 5/48, 5/50
1PH8083-..G..-...1 ........................ 5/10, 5/16, 5/22
1PH8083-..G2.-...1 ....................... 5/46, 5/48, 5/50
1PH8083-..M..-...1 ........................ 5/10, 5/16, 5/22
1PH8087-..F..-...1 ......................... 5/10, 5/16, 5/22
1PH8087-..F2.-...1 ........................ 5/46, 5/48, 5/50
1PH8087-..G..-...1 ........................ 5/10, 5/16, 5/22
1PH8087-..G2.-...1 ....................... 5/46, 5/48, 5/50
1PH8087-..M..-...1 ........................ 5/10, 5/16, 5/22
1PH81...
1PH8101 ........................................................ 5/46
1PH8101-..F..-...1 ......................... 5/10, 5/16, 5/22
1PH8101-..F2.-...1 ........................ 5/46, 5/48, 5/50
1PH8101-..G2.-...1 ................................ 5/48, 5/50
1PH8103-..D..-...1 .......................... 5/8, 5/14, 5/20
1PH8103-..F..-...1 ......................... 5/10, 5/16, 5/22
1PH8103-..F2.-...1 ........................ 5/46, 5/48, 5/50
1PH8103-..G..-...1 ........................ 5/10, 5/16, 5/22
1PH8103-..G2.-...1 ....................... 5/46, 5/48, 5/50
1PH8103-..M..-...1 ........................ 5/10, 5/16, 5/22
1PH8103-..M2.-...1 ....................... 5/46, 5/48, 5/50
1PH8105-..F..-...1 ......................... 5/10, 5/16, 5/22
1PH8105-..F2.-...1 ........................ 5/46, 5/48, 5/50
1PH8105-..G2.-...1 ....................... 5/46, 5/48, 5/50
1PH8105-..M2.-...1 ....................... 5/46, 5/48, 5/50
1PH8107-..D..-...1 .......................... 5/8, 5/14, 5/20
1PH8107-..F..-...1 ......................... 5/10, 5/16, 5/22
1PH8107-..F2.-...1 ........................ 5/46, 5/48, 5/50
1PH8107-..G..-...1 ........................ 5/10, 5/16, 5/22
1PH8107-..M..-...1 ........................ 5/10, 5/16, 5/22
1PH8107-..M2.-...1 ....................... 5/46, 5/48, 5/50
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Order number index
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1PH8131-..F..-...1 ........................ 5/10, 5/16, 5/22,
...................................................... 5/60, 5/62, 5/64
1PH8131-..F2.-...1 ................................ 5/46, 5/48,
...................................................... 5/50, 5/66, 5/68
1PH8131-..G2.-...1 ....................... 5/46, 5/48, 5/50
1PH8131-..L..-...1 ......................... 5/60, 5/62, 5/64
1PH8131-..L2.-...1 ................................. 5/66, 5/68
1PH8133-..D..-...1 .......................... 5/8, 5/14, 5/20
1PH8133-..F..-...1 ........................ 5/10, 5/16, 5/22,
...................................................... 5/60, 5/62, 5/64
1PH8133-..F2.-...1 ................................ 5/46, 5/48,
...................................................... 5/50, 5/66, 5/68
1PH8133-..G..-...1 ........................ 5/10, 5/16, 5/22
1PH8133-..G2.-...1 ............................... 5/46, 5/48,
...................................................... 5/50, 5/66, 5/68
1PH8133-..L..-...1 ......................... 5/60, 5/62, 5/64
1PH8135-..F..-...1 ........................ 5/10, 5/16, 5/22,
...................................................... 5/60, 5/62, 5/64
1PH8135-..F2.-...1 ................................ 5/46, 5/48,
...................................................... 5/50, 5/66, 5/68
1PH8135-..G..-...1 ........................ 5/60, 5/62, 5/64
1PH8135-..G2.-...1 ................................ 5/46, 5/48
, .................................................... 5/50, 5/66, 5/68
1PH8137-..D..-...1 .......................... 5/8, 5/14, 5/20
1PH8137-..F..-...1 ........................ 5/10, 5/16, 5/22,
...................................................... 5/60, 5/62, 5/64
1PH8137-..F2.-...1 ................................ 5/46, 5/48,
...................................................... 5/50, 5/66, 5/68
1PH8137-..G..-...1 ........................ 5/10, 5/16, 5/22
1PH8137-..G2.-...1 ................................ 5/66, 5/68
1PH8137-..L..-...1 ......................... 5/60, 5/62, 5/64
1PH8137-..M..-...1 ........................ 5/60, 5/62, 5/64
1PH8138-..F2.-...1 ................................ 5/46, 5/48,
...................................................... 5/50, 5/66, 5/68
1PH8138-..G2.-...1 ................................ 5/66, 5/68
1PH8163-..B..-...1 .......................... 5/8, 5/12, 5/18
1PH8163-..D..-...1 .......................... 5/8, 5/14, 5/20
1PH8163-..F..-...1 ......................... 5/10, 5/16, 5/22
1PH8163-..F2.-...1 ........................ 5/46, 5/48, 5/50
1PH8163-..G..-...1 ........................ 5/10, 5/16, 5/22
1PH8163-..G2.-...1 ....................... 5/46, 5/48, 5/50
1PH8164-..F2.-...1 ................................. 5/66, 5/68
1PH8164-..L2.-...1 ................................. 5/66, 5/68
1PH8165-..B..-...1 .......................... 5/8, 5/12, 5/18
1PH8165-..D..-...1 .......................... 5/8, 5/14, 5/20
1PH8165-..F..-...1 ........................ 5/10, 5/16, 5/22,
...................................................... 5/60, 5/62, 5/64
1PH8165-..F2.-...1 ........................ 5/46, 5/48, 5/50
1PH8165-..G..-...1 ........................ 5/10, 5/16, 5/22
1PH8165-..G2.-...1 ....................... 5/46, 5/48, 5/50
1PH8165-..L..-...1 ......................... 5/60, 5/62, 5/64
1PH8166-..F2.-...1 ................................ 5/46, 5/48,
...................................................... 5/50, 5/66, 5/68
1PH8166-..G2.-...1 ....................... 5/46, 5/48, 5/50
1PH8166-..L2.-...1 ................................. 5/66, 5/68
1PH8167-..F..-...1 ......................... 5/60, 5/62, 5/64
1PH8167-..L..-...1 ......................... 5/60, 5/62, 5/64
1PH8168-..F2.-...1 ................................. 5/66, 5/68
1PH8168-..L2.-...1 ................................. 5/66, 5/68
1PH8184-..B..-...1 ......................... 5/8, 5/12, 5/18,
...................................................... 5/30, 5/32, 5/36
1PH8184-..B2.-...1 ....................... 5/52, 5/54, 5/56
1PH8184-..C..-...1 ......................... 5/8, 5/12, 5/20,
..................................................... 5/30, 5/32, 5/36,
...................................................... 5/60, 5/62, 5/64
1PH8184-..C2.-...1 ............................... 5/52, 5/54,
...................................................... 5/56, 5/70, 5/72
1PH8184-..D..-...1 ......................... 5/8, 5/14, 5/20,
..................................................... 5/30, 5/34, 5/38,
...................................................... 5/60, 5/62, 5/64
1PH8184-..D2.-...1 ............................... 5/52, 5/54,
...................................................... 5/56, 5/70, 5/72
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1PH8184-..F..-...1 .........................5/10, 5/16, 5/22,
.....................................................5/30, 5/34, 5/38,
......................................................5/60, 5/62, 5/64
1PH8184-..F2.-...1 ......5/52, 5/54, 5/56, 5/70, 5/72
1PH8184-..L..-...1 ........................5/10, 5/16, 5/22,
......................................................5/30, 5/34, 5/38
1PH8184-..L2.-...1 ......5/52, 5/54, 5/56, 5/70, 5/72
1PH8186-..B..-...1 ..........................5/8, 5/12, 5/18,
......................................................5/30, 5/32, 5/36
1PH8186-..B2.-...1 ........................5/52, 5/54, 5/56
1PH8186-..C..-...1 ..........................5/8, 5/12, 5/20,
.....................................................5/30, 5/32, 5/36,
......................................................5/60, 5/62, 5/64
1PH8186-..C2.-...1 ................................5/52, 5/54,
......................................................5/56, 5/70, 5/72
1PH8186-..D..-...1 ..........................5/8, 5/14, 5/20,
.....................................................5/30, 5/34, 5/38,
......................................................5/60, 5/62, 5/64
1PH8186-..D2.-...1 ................................5/52, 5/54,
......................................................5/56, 5/70, 5/72
1PH8186-..F..-...1 .........................5/10, 5/16, 5/22,
.....................................................5/30, 5/34, 5/38,
......................................................5/60, 5/62, 5/64
1PH8186-..F2.-...1 ................................5/52, 5/54,
......................................................5/56, 5/70, 5/72
1PH8186-..L..-...1 ........................5/10, 5/16, 5/22,
......................................................5/30, 5/34, 5/38
1PH8186-..L2.-...1 ................................5/52, 5/54,
......................................................5/56, 5/70, 5/72
1PH82...
1PH8224-..B..-...1 ..........................5/8, 5/12, 5/18,
......................................................5/30, 5/32, 5/36
1PH8224-..B2.-...1 ........................5/52, 5/54, 5/56
1PH8224-..C..-...1 ..........................5/8, 5/12, 5/20,
.....................................................5/30, 5/32, 5/36,
......................................................5/60, 5/62, 5/64
1PH8224-..C2.-...1 ................................5/52, 5/54,
......................................................5/56, 5/70, 5/72
1PH8224-..D..-...1 ..........................5/8, 5/14, 5/20,
.....................................................5/30, 5/34, 5/38,
......................................................5/60, 5/62, 5/64
1PH8224-..D2.-...1 ................................5/52, 5/54,
......................................................5/56, 5/70, 5/72
1PH8224-..F..-...1 .........................5/10, 5/16, 5/22,
.....................................................5/30, 5/34, 5/38,
......................................................5/60, 5/62, 5/64
1PH8224-..F2.-...1 ................................5/52, 5/54,
......................................................5/56, 5/70, 5/72
1PH8224-..L..-...1 ........................5/10, 5/16, 5/22,
......................................................5/30, 5/34, 5/38
1PH8224-..L2.-...1 ................................5/52, 5/54,
......................................................5/56, 5/70, 5/72
1PH8226-..B..-...1 ..........................5/8, 5/12, 5/18,
......................................................5/30, 5/32, 5/36
1PH8226-..B2.-...1 ........................5/52, 5/54, 5/56
1PH8226-..C..-...1 ..........................5/8, 5/12, 5/20,
.....................................................5/30, 5/32, 5/36,
......................................................5/60, 5/62, 5/64
1PH8226-..C2.-...1 ................................5/52, 5/54,
......................................................5/56, 5/70, 5/72
1PH8226-..D..-...1 ..........................5/8, 5/14, 5/20,
.....................................................5/30, 5/34, 5/38,
......................................................5/60, 5/62, 5/64
1PH8226-..D2.-...1 ................................5/52, 5/54,
......................................................5/56, 5/70, 5/72
1PH8226-..F..-...1 .........................5/10, 5/16, 5/22,
.....................................................5/30, 5/34, 5/38,
......................................................5/60, 5/62, 5/64
1PH8226-..F2.-...1 ................................5/52, 5/54,
......................................................5/56, 5/70, 5/72
1PH8226-..L..-...1 ........................5/10, 5/16, 5/22,
......................................................5/30, 5/34, 5/38
1PH8226-..L2.-...1 ................................5/52, 5/54,
......................................................5/56, 5/70, 5/72
1PH8228-..B..-...1 ..........................5/8, 5/12, 5/18,
......................................................5/30, 5/32, 5/36
1PH8228-..B2.-...1 ........................5/52, 5/54, 5/56
1PH8228-..C..-...1 ..........................5/8, 5/12, 5/20,
.....................................................5/30, 5/32, 5/36,
......................................................5/60, 5/62, 5/64
1PH8228-..C2.-...1 ............................... 5/52, 5/54,
...................................................... 5/56, 5/70, 5/72
1PH8228-..D..-...1 ......................... 5/8, 5/14, 5/20,
..................................................... 5/30, 5/34, 5/38,
...................................................... 5/60, 5/62, 5/64
1PH8228-..D2.-...1 ............................... 5/52, 5/54,
...................................................... 5/56, 5/70, 5/72
1PH8228-..F..-...1 ........................ 5/10, 5/16, 5/22,
..................................................... 5/30, 5/34, 5/38,
...................................................... 5/60, 5/62, 5/64
1PH8228-..F2.-...1 ................................ 5/52, 5/54,
...................................................... 5/56, 5/70, 5/72
1PH8228-..L..-...1 ........................ 5/10, 5/16, 5/22,
...................................................... 5/30, 5/34, 5/38
1PH8228-..L2.-...1 ....................... 5/52, 5/54, 5/56,
............................................................... 5/70, 5/72
1PH8284-..D1.-...1 ........................................... 5/8
1PH8284-1.B1.-...1 ........................ 5/8, 5/12, 5/18
1PH8284-1.B2.-...1 ...................... 5/52, 5/54, 5/56
1PH8284-1.C1.-...1 ........................ 5/8, 5/12, 5/20
1PH8284-1.C2.-...1 ...................... 5/52, 5/54, 5/56
1PH8284-1.C4.-...1 ...................... 5/30, 5/32, 5/36
1PH8284-1.D1.-...1 ............................... 5/14, 5/20
1PH8284-1.D2.-...1 ...................... 5/52, 5/54, 5/56
1PH8284-1.D4.-...1 ...................... 5/30, 5/34, 5/38
1PH8284-1.F1.-...1 ....................... 5/10, 5/16, 5/22
1PH8284-1.F2.-...1 ....................... 5/52, 5/54, 5/56
1PH8284-1.F4.-...1 ....................... 5/30, 5/34, 5/38
1PH8284-1.H1.-...1 ............................... 5/26, 5/28
1PH8284-1.H2.-...1 ........................................ 5/58
1PH8284-1.K1.-...1 ............................... 5/26, 5/28
1PH8284-1.K2.-...1 ........................................ 5/58
1PH8284-1.K4.-...1 ............................... 5/42, 5/44
1PH8284-1.U1.-...1 ............................... 5/26, 5/28
1PH8284-1.U2.-...1 ........................................ 5/58
1PH8284-1.U4.-...1 ............................... 5/42, 5/44
1PH8284-1.W1.-...1 .............................. 5/26, 5/28
1PH8284-1.W2.-...1 ....................................... 5/58
1PH8284-1.W4.-...1 .............................. 5/42, 5/44
1PH8286-..D1.-...1 ........................................... 5/8
1PH8286-1.B1.-...1 ........................ 5/8, 5/12, 5/18
1PH8286-1.B2.-...1 ...................... 5/52, 5/54, 5/56
1PH8286-1.C1.-...1 ........................ 5/8, 5/12, 5/20
1PH8286-1.C2.-...1 ...................... 5/52, 5/54, 5/56
1PH8286-1.C4.-...1 ...................... 5/30, 5/32, 5/36
1PH8286-1.D1.-...1 ............................... 5/14, 5/20
1PH8286-1.D2.-...1 ...................... 5/52, 5/54, 5/56
1PH8286-1.D4.-...1 ...................... 5/30, 5/34, 5/38
1PH8286-1.F1.-...1 ....................... 5/10, 5/16, 5/22
1PH8286-1.F2.-...1 ....................... 5/52, 5/54, 5/56
1PH8286-1.F4.-...1 ....................... 5/30, 5/34, 5/38
1PH8286-1.H1.-...1 ............................... 5/26, 5/28
1PH8286-1.H2.-...1 ........................................ 5/58
1PH8286-1.K1.-...1 ............................... 5/26, 5/28
1PH8286-1.K2.-...1 ........................................ 5/58
1PH8286-1.K4.-...1 ............................... 5/42, 5/44
1PH8286-1.U1.-...1 ............................... 5/26, 5/28
1PH8286-1.U2.-...1 ........................................ 5/58
1PH8286-1.U4.-...1 ............................... 5/42, 5/44
1PH8286-1.W1.-...1 .............................. 5/26, 5/28
1PH8286-1.W2.-...1 ....................................... 5/58
1PH8286-1.W4.-...1 .............................. 5/42, 5/44
1PH8288-..D1.-...1 ........................................... 5/8
1PH8288-1.B1.-...1 ........................ 5/8, 5/12, 5/18
1PH8288-1.B2.-...1 ...................... 5/52, 5/54, 5/56
1PH8288-1.C1.-...1 ........................ 5/8, 5/12, 5/20
1PH8288-1.C2.-...1 ...................... 5/52, 5/54, 5/56
1PH8288-1.C4.-...1 ...................... 5/30, 5/32, 5/36
1PH8288-1.D1.-...1 ............................... 5/14, 5/20
1PH8288-1.D2.-...1 ...................... 5/52, 5/54, 5/56
1PH8288-1.D4.-...1 ...................... 5/30, 5/34, 5/38
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Indexes
Order number index
1PH8288-1.F1.-...1 ....................... 5/10, 5/16, 5/22
1PH8288-1.F2.-...1 ....................... 5/52, 5/54, 5/56
1PH8288-1.F4.-...1 ....................... 5/30, 5/34, 5/38
1PH8288-1.H1.-...1 ............................... 5/26, 5/28
1PH8288-1.H2.-...1 ........................................ 5/58
1PH8288-1.K1.-...1 ............................... 5/26, 5/28
1PH8288-1.K2.-...1 ........................................ 5/58
1PH8288-1.K4.-...1 ............................... 5/42, 5/44
1PH8288-1.U1.-...1 ............................... 5/26, 5/28
1PH8288-1.U2.-...1 ........................................ 5/58
1PH8288-1.U4.-...1 ............................... 5/42, 5/44
1PH8288-1.W1.-...1 ............................... 5/26, 5/28
1PH8288-1.W2.-...1 ........................................ 5/58
1PH8288-1.W4.-...1 ............................... 5/42, 5/44
1PH83...
1PH8350-1.B1.-...0 ...................... 5/12, 5/18, 5/24
1PH8350-1.B4.-...0 ...................... 5/32, 5/36, 5/40
1PH8350-1.C1.-...0 ...................... 5/12, 5/18, 5/24
1PH8350-1.C4.-...0 ...................... 5/32, 5/36, 5/40
1PH8350-1.D1.-...0 ...................... 5/14, 5/20, 5/24
1PH8350-1.D4.-...0 ...................... 5/34, 5/38, 5/40
1PH8350-1.H1.-...0 ............................... 5/26, 5/28
1PH8350-1.H4.-...0 ............................... 5/42, 5/44
1PH8350-1.K1.-...0 ............................... 5/26, 5/28
1PH8350-1.K4.-...0 ............................... 5/42, 5/44
1PH8350-1.Q1.-...0 ...................... 5/12, 5/18, 5/24
1PH8350-1.Q4.-...0 ...................... 5/32, 5/36, 5/40
1PH8350-1.U1.-...0 ............................... 5/26, 5/28
1PH8350-1.U4.-...0 ............................... 5/42, 5/44
1PH8350-1.V1.-...0 ................................ 5/26, 5/28
1PH8350-1.V4.-...0 ................................ 5/42, 5/44
1PH8351-1.B4.-...0 ...................... 5/32, 5/36, 5/40
1PH8351-1.C4.-...0 ...................... 5/32, 5/36, 5/40
1PH8351-1.D4.-...0 ...................... 5/34, 5/38, 5/40
1PH8351-1.H4.-...0 ............................... 5/42, 5/44
1PH8351-1.K4.-...0 ............................... 5/42, 5/44
1PH8351-1.Q4.-...0 ...................... 5/32, 5/36, 5/40
1PH8351-1.U4.-...0 ............................... 5/42, 5/44
1PH8351-1.V4.-...0 ................................ 5/42, 5/44
1PH8352-1.B1.-...0 ...................... 5/12, 5/18, 5/24
1PH8352-1.B4.-...0 ...................... 5/32, 5/36, 5/40
1PH8352-1.C1.-...0 ...................... 5/12, 5/18, 5/24
1PH8352-1.C4.-...0 ...................... 5/32, 5/36, 5/40
1PH8352-1.D1.-...0 ...................... 5/14, 5/20, 5/24
1PH8352-1.D4.-...0 ...................... 5/34, 5/38, 5/40
1PH8352-1.H1.-...0 ............................... 5/26, 5/28
1PH8352-1.H4.-...0 ............................... 5/42, 5/44
1PH8352-1.K1.-...0 ............................... 5/26, 5/28
1PH8352-1.K4.-...0 ............................... 5/42, 5/44
1PH8352-1.Q1.-...0 ...................... 5/12, 5/18, 5/24
1PH8352-1.Q4.-...0 ...................... 5/32, 5/36, 5/40
1PH8352-1.U1.-...0 ............................... 5/26, 5/28
1PH8352-1.U4.-...0 ............................... 5/42, 5/44
1PH8352-1.V1.-...0 ................................ 5/26, 5/28
1PH8352-1.V4.-...0 ................................ 5/42, 5/44
1PH8354-1.B1.-...0 ...................... 5/12, 5/18, 5/24
1PH8354-1.B4.-...0 ...................... 5/32, 5/36, 5/40
1PH8354-1.C1.-...0 ...................... 5/12, 5/18, 5/24
1PH8354-1.C4.-...0 ...................... 5/32, 5/36, 5/40
1PH8354-1.D1.-...0 ...................... 5/14, 5/20, 5/24
1PH8354-1.D4.-...0 ...................... 5/34, 5/38, 5/40
1PH8354-1.H1.-...0 ............................... 5/26, 5/28
1PH8354-1.H4.-...0 ............................... 5/42, 5/44
1PH8354-1.K1.-...0 ............................... 5/26, 5/28
1PH8354-1.K4.-...0 ............................... 5/42, 5/44
1PH8354-1.Q1.-...0 ...................... 5/12, 5/18, 5/24
1PH8354-1.Q4.-...0 ...................... 5/32, 5/36, 5/40
1PH8354-1.U1.-...0 ................................5/26, 5/28
1PH8354-1.U4.-...0 ................................5/42, 5/44
1PH8354-1.V1.-...0 ................................5/26, 5/28
1PH8354-1.V4.-...0 ................................5/42, 5/44
1PH8356-1.B1.-...0 .......................5/12, 5/18, 5/24
1PH8356-1.B4.-...0 .......................5/32, 5/36, 5/40
1PH8356-1.C1.-...0 .......................5/12, 5/18, 5/24
1PH8356-1.C4.-...0 .......................5/32, 5/36, 5/40
1PH8356-1.D1.-...0 .......................5/14, 5/20, 5/24
1PH8356-1.D4.-...0 .......................5/34, 5/38, 5/40
1PH8356-1.H1.-...0 ................................5/26, 5/28
1PH8356-1.H4.-...0 ................................5/42, 5/44
1PH8356-1.K1.-...0 ................................5/26, 5/28
1PH8356-1.K4.-...0 ................................5/42, 5/44
1PH8356-1.Q1.-...0 ......................5/12, 5/18, 5/24
1PH8356-1.Q4.-...0 ......................5/32, 5/36, 5/40
1PH8356-1.U1.-...0 ................................5/26, 5/28
1PH8356-1.U4.-...0 ................................5/42, 5/44
1PH8356-1.V1.-...0 ................................5/26, 5/28
1PH8356-1.V4.-...0 ................................5/42, 5/44
1PH8358-1.B1.-...0 .......................5/12, 5/18, 5/24
1PH8358-1.B4.-...0 .......................5/32, 5/36, 5/40
1PH8358-1.C1.-...0 .......................5/12, 5/18, 5/24
1PH8358-1.C4.-...0 .......................5/32, 5/36, 5/40
1PH8358-1.D1.-...0 .......................5/14, 5/20, 5/24
1PH8358-1.D4.-...0 .......................5/34, 5/38, 5/40
1PH8358-1.H1.-...0 ................................5/26, 5/28
1PH8358-1.H4.-...0 ................................5/42, 5/44
1PH8358-1.K1.-...0 ................................5/26, 5/28
1PH8358-1.K4.-...0 ................................5/42, 5/44
1PH8358-1.Q1.-...0 ...............................5/12, 5/24
1PH8358-1.Q4.-...0 ......................5/32, 5/36, 5/40
1PH8358-1.U1.-...0 ................................5/26, 5/28
1PH8358-1.U4.-...0 ................................5/42, 5/44
1PH8358-1.V1.-...0 ................................5/26, 5/28
1PH8358-1.V4.-...0 ................................5/42, 5/44
3KA...
3KA5330-1GE01
3KA5530-1GE01
3KA5730-1GE01
3KA5830-1GE01
........................3/45, 3/99, 3/121
..........................3/45, 3/61, 3/72
.................................3/61, 3/121
............................................3/61
3KL...
3KL5030-1GB01 .........................3/46, 3/99, 3/121
3KL5230-1GB01 ................ 3/46, 3/72, 3/99, 3/121
3KL5330-1GB01 ............................................. 3/46
3KL5530-1AB01 ...........................................3/134
3KL5530-1GB01 .......................... 3/46, 3/61, 3/99,
...........................................................3/121, 3/134
3KL5730-1AB01 .................................. 3/83, 3/134
3KL5730-1GB01 .......................... 3/61, 3/72, 3/83,
...........................................................3/121, 3/134
3KL6130-1AB02 ....................... 3/83, 3/108, 3/134
3KL6130-1GB00 ............................................. 3/61
3KL6130-1GB02 ....................... 3/83, 3/108, 3/134
3KL6230-1AB02 ....................... 3/83, 3/108, 3/134
3KL6230-1GB02 ....................... 3/83, 3/108, 3/134
3KX...
3KX3552-3EA01 ...........................................3/121
3NA...
3NA3132 ............................................. 3/99, 3/121
3NA3136 ...................................................... 3/121
3NA3140 ........................................................ 3/46
3NA3144 ................ 3/46, 3/61, 3/72, 3/121, 3/134
3NA3250 ........................................................ 3/61
3NA3252 ...................................................... 3/134
3NA3252-6 ..................................................... 3/83
3NA3254 ........................................................ 3/61
3NA3260 ............................................... 3/61, 3/83
3NA3352-6 ................................................... 3/134
3NA3354-6 ........................................ 3/108, 3/134
3NA3360-6 ........................................ 3/108, 3/134
3NA3362 ...................................................... 3/134
3NA3365 .................................. 3/83, 3/108, 3/134
3NA3365-6 ............................... 3/83, 3/108, 3/134
3NA3372 .................................. 3/61, 3/108, 3/134
3NA3475 ............................................. 3/83, 3/108
3NA3480 ...................................................... 3/108
3NA3482 ............................................. 3/83, 3/108
3NA3801 ........................................................ 3/46
3NA3803 ........................................................ 3/46
3NA3804 ........................................................ 3/46
3NA3805 ............................................... 3/46, 3/99
3NA3810 ........................................................ 3/46
3NA3814 .................................... 3/46, 3/99, 3/121
3NA3817 ........................................................ 3/46
3NA3820 ........................................................ 3/46
3NA3822 ............................................... 3/46, 3/72
3NA3824 .................................... 3/46, 3/99, 3/121
3NA3830 ............................................... 3/46, 3/72
3NA3832 ........................................................ 3/46
3NA3836 ........................................................ 3/46
3NE...
3NE1230-2
3NE1331-2
3NE1333-2
3NE1334-2
3NE1435-2
3NE1436-2
3NE1437-2
3NE1438-2
3NE1447-2
3NE1448-2
.......................................... 3/83, 3/134
................................................... 3/134
..................................................... 3/83
............................... 3/83, 3/108, 3/134
.......................................... 3/83, 3/108
............................... 3/83, 3/108, 3/134
.......................................... 3/83, 3/108
................................................... 3/134
................................................... 3/134
............................... 3/83, 3/108, 3/134
3NP...
3NP1123-1CA20
3NP1143-1DA10
3NP1143-1DA20
3NP1153-1DA10
3NP1153-1DA20
3NP1163-1DA10
3NP4010-0CH01
3NP4070-0CH01
3NP4270-0CA01
........................ 3/72, 3/99, 3/121
............................................ 3/61
........................ 3/72, 3/99, 3/121
............................................ 3/61
.......................................... 3/121
............................................ 3/61
............................................ 3/46
............................................ 3/46
............................................ 3/46
3RK..
3LD...
3LD2003-0TK51
3LD2003-1TP51
3LD2103-1TP51
3LD2203-0TK51
3LD2504-0TK51
3LD2704-0TK51 ................ 3/45, 3/72, 3/99, 3/121
3LD2804-0TK51 ............................................. 3/45
3LD9200-5B ................................................. 3/121
............................................. 3/99
............................................. 3/45
............................................. 3/45
.................................... 3/45, 3/99
................ 3/45, 3/72, 3/99, 3/121
3RK1903-1BC00 .......................................... 10/34
3RK1903-1BE00 .......................................... 10/34
3RK1301- 7 7 B10-1AA4 ............................. 10/32
3RK1301- 7 7 B00-0AA2 ............................. 10/32
3RK1301- 7 7 B00-1AA2 ............................. 10/32
3RK1301- 7 7 B10-0AA4 ............................. 10/32
3RK1301- 7 7 B20-0AA4 ............................. 10/32
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Order number index
3RK1903-0AA00 .......................................... 10/32
3RK1903-0AB00 .......................................... 10/32
3RK1903-0AB10 .......................................... 10/32
3RK1903-0AC00 .......................................... 10/32
3RK1903-0AC10 .......................................... 10/32
3RK1903-0AE00 .......................................... 10/33
3RK1903-0AF00 ........................................... 10/33
3RK1903-0AG00 .......................................... 10/33
3RK1903-0AG01 .......................................... 10/33
3RK1903-0AH00 .......................................... 10/33
3RK1903-0AJ00 ........................................... 10/33
3RK1903-0AK00 .......................................... 10/33
3RK1903-0AK10 .......................................... 10/33
3RK1903-0AL00 ........................................... 10/33
3RK1903-0AL10 ........................................... 10/33
3RK1903-0BA00 .......................................... 10/32
3RK1903-0CA00 .......................................... 10/32
3RK1903-0CB00 .......................................... 10/33
3RK1903-0CC00 .......................................... 10/33
3RK1903-0CD00 .......................................... 10/32
3RK1903-0CE00 .......................................... 10/33
3RK1903-0CF00 .......................................... 10/33
3RK1903-0CG00 .......................................... 10/32
3RK1903-0CH10 .......................................... 10/33
3RK1903-0CH20 .......................................... 10/33
3RK1903-1AA00 .......................................... 10/34
3RK1903-1AA10 .......................................... 10/34
3RK1903-1AB00 .......................................... 10/34
3RK1903-1AC00 .......................................... 10/34
3RK1903-1AC10 .......................................... 10/34
3RK1903-1AD10 .......................................... 10/34
3RK1903-1BA00 .......................................... 10/34
3RK1903-1BB00 .......................................... 10/34
3RK1903-1BD00 .......................................... 10/34
3RK1903-1CA00 .......................................... 10/34
3RK1903-1CA01 .......................................... 10/34
3RK1903-1CB00 .......................................... 10/34
3RK1903-2AA00 .......................................... 10/32
3RK1903-2AA10 .......................................... 10/32
3RK1903-2AC00 .......................................... 10/33
3RK1903-2AC10 .......................................... 10/33
3RT1...
16
3RT1015-... .................................................... 3/45
3RT1016-... .................................................... 3/45
3RT1023-... .................................................... 3/99
3RT1025-... .................................................... 3/45
3RT1026-... ........................................... 3/45, 3/99
3RT1034-... .................................................... 3/45
3RT1035-... ........................................... 3/45, 3/99
3RT1035-… ......................................... 3/72, 3/121
3RT1036-... .................................................... 3/45
3RT1044-... .................................................... 3/45
3RT1045-... ........................................... 3/45, 3/99
3RT1045-… ......................................... 3/72, 3/121
3RT1046-... .................................................... 3/45
3RT1054-... ........................................... 3/45, 3/99
3RT1054-… .................................................. 3/121
3RT1056-... .................................................... 3/45
3RT1056-… ......................................... 3/72, 3/121
3RT1064-... ........................................... 3/45, 3/61
3RT1065-... .................................................... 3/61
3RT1065-… .................................................. 3/121
3RT1066-... ........................................... 3/61, 3/83
3RT1075-... ........................................... 3/61, 3/83
3RT1076-... ........................................... 3/61, 3/83
3RT1466-6AP36 ........................................... 3/108
3RT1476-6AP36 ....................... 3/83, 3/108, 3/134
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3RV...
3RV1031-4BA10 ............................................. 3/99
3RV1031-4EA10 ............................................. 3/45
3RV1031-4FA10 .........................3/45, 3/99, 3/121
3RV1031-4HA10 ............................................. 3/45
3RV1041-4JA10 ............................................. 3/72
3RV1041-4LA10 .................................. 3/99, 3/121
3RV1042-4JA10 ............................................. 3/45
3RV1042-4KA10 ............................................. 3/45
3RV1042-4MA10 ............................................3/45
3RV2011-1DA10 ............................................. 3/45
3RV2011-1FA10 ............................................. 3/45
3RV2011-1GA10 ............................................3/45
3RV2011-1HA10 ............................................. 3/45
3RV2011-1KA10 ............................................. 3/45
3RV2011-4AA10 ............................................. 3/45
3RV2021-4BA10 ............................................. 3/45
3WL1210-4BB34-4AN2-Z C22 ....................... 3/83
3WL1210-4CB34-4AN2-Z C22 .................... 3/108
3WL1212-4BB34-4AN2 ............................... 3/134
3WL1212-4BB34-4AN2-Z C22 ..................... 3/134
3WL1212-4BB34-4AN2-Z C22 ....................... 3/83
3WL1212-4CB34-4AN2-Z C22 .................... 3/108
3WL1216-4BB34-4AN2 ............................... 3/134
3WL1216-4BB34-4AN2-Z C22 ..................... 3/134
3WL1216-4CB34-4AN2-Z C22 .................... 3/108
5SB...
5SB411 ........................................................ 3/121
5SC...
5SC211 ........................................................ 3/121
5SE...
5SE2335 ...................................................... 3/121
3TX...
5SJ...
3TX7004-1LB00 ...................................3/72, 3/121
5SJ4206-7HG41 ............................................ 3/45
5SJ4210-7HG41 ............................................ 3/45
5SJ4216-7HG41 ............................................ 3/45
3VL...
3VL1102-2KM30-.... .......................................3/99
3VL1135-2KM30-.... .......................................3/99
3VL1712-1DD33-.... ........................................3/45
3VL1716-1DD33-.... ........................................3/45
3VL2105-2KN30-.... .............................3/99, 3/121
3VL2106-2KN30-.... ........................................3/72
3VL2108-2KN30-.... .............................3/99, 3/121
3VL2110-2KN30-.... ........................................3/72
3VL2110-3KN30-.... ........................................3/45
3VL2112-2KN30-.... .............................3/99, 3/121
3VL2112-3KN30-.... ........................................3/45
3VL2115-3KN30-.... ........................................3/45
3VL2191-3KN30-.... ........................................3/45
3VL2710-1DC33-.... ........................................3/72
3VL2712-1DC33-.... .............................3/99, 3/121
3VL3117-2KN30-.... ......................................3/121
3VL3120-3KN30-.... ........................................3/45
3VL3125-2KN30-.... .............................3/72, 3/121
3VL3125-3KN30-.... ........................................3/45
3VL3125-3KN30-0AA0 ...................................3/61
3VL3720-1DC33-.... ......................................3/121
3VL3720-1DC36-.... ........................................3/45
3VL3725-1DC36-.... .............................3/72, 3/121
3VL4130-3KN30-0AA0 ..........................3/61, 3/83
3VL4135-3KN30-0AA0 ...................................3/61
3VL4140-3KN30-0AA0 ..........................3/61, 3/83
3VL4550-3KN30-0AA0 ...................................3/83
3VL4560-3KN30-0AA0 ...................................3/61
3VL4725-1DC36-.... ........................................3/45
3VL4725-1DC36-0AA0 ...................................3/61
3VL4731-1DC36-0AA0 ..........................3/61, 3/83
3VL4740-1DC36-0AA0 ..........................3/61, 3/83
3VL5750-1DC36-0AA0 ..........................3/61, 3/83
3VL5763-1DC36-0AA0 ...................................3/61
3WL...
3WL1110-2BB34-4AN2 ................................3/134
3WL1110-2BB34-4AN2-Z C22 .....................3/134
3WL1112-2BB34-4AN2 ................................3/134
3WL1112-2BB34-4AN2-Z C22 .....................3/134
3WL1112-2BB34-4AN2-Z C22 .......................3/83
3WL1116-2BB34-4AN2 ................................3/134
3WL1116-2BB34-4AN2-Z C22 .....................3/134
3WL1116-2BB34-4AN2-Z C22 .......................3/83
3WL1210-4BB34-4AN2 ................................3/134
3WL1210-4BB34-4AN2-Z C22 .....................3/134
5TT...
5TT57… ......................................................... 3/45
6AU...
6AU1100-0AA00-0AA0 .................................. 10/8
6AU1100-0AB00-0AA0 .................................. 10/8
6AU1100-0AC00-0AA0 .................................. 10/8
6AU1100-1AB00-0AA0 .................................. 10/8
6AU1101-0AB00-0AA0 .................................. 10/8
6AU1101-1AB00-0AA0 .................................. 10/8
6AU1102-0AB00-0AA0 2) .............................. 10/8
6AU1102-1AB00-0AA0 2) .............................. 10/8
6AU1240-1AA00-0AA0 .................................. 9/10
6AU1240-1AA00-0CA0 .................................. 9/10
6AU1240-1AB00-0AA0 .................................. 9/10
6AU1240-1AB00-0CA0 .................................. 9/10
6AU1300-0CB00-0AA0 .................................. 9/23
6AU1300-0DB00-0AA0 .................................. 9/23
6AU1300-0EB00-0AA0 .................................. 9/23
6AU1320-7AB55-3AF0 .................................. 9/19
6AU1350-3AK41-1BE2 -Z .............................. 9/22
6AU1350-3AK41-2BE2 -Z .............................. 9/22
6AU1350-3AK43-1BE2 -Z .............................. 9/22
6AU1350-3AK43-2BE2 -Z .............................. 9/22
6AU1380-0AA20-0YB0 ......................... 9/65, 9/76
6AU1390-0BA00-0AA0 ......................... 9/22, 9/26
6AU1400-1PA22-0AA0 .................................. 9/38
6AU1400-2PA22-0AA0 .................................. 9/50
6AU1400-7AA05-0AA0 .................................. 9/39
6AU1410-2AA00-0AA0 .................................. 9/38
6AU1410-2AD00-0AA0 .................................. 9/38
6AU1425-2AA00-0AA0 .................................. 9/50
6AU1425-2AD00-0AA0 .................................. 9/50
6AU1432-2AA00-0AA0 .................................. 9/55
6AU1435-2AA00-0AA0 .................................. 9/50
6AU1435-2AD00-0AA0 .................................. 9/50
6AU1445-2AD00-0AA0 .................................. 9/50
6AU1455-2AD00-0AA0 .................................. 9/50
6AU1720-1KA00-0AA0 .................................. 9/10
6AU1720-1KA00-0AA0 -Z M24 ...................... 9/10
6AU1810-0BA00-0XL0 .................................. 9/83
6AU1810-0CA00-0XL0 .................................. 9/83
6AU1810-0FA30-2XA0 ................................... 9/83
6AU1810-0FA30-2XE0 ................................... 9/83
6AU1810-1BA43-1XA0 .................................. 9/83
6AU1810-1BA43-1XE0 .................................. 9/83
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Order number index
6AU1810-1CA43-1XA0 .................................. 9/83
6AU1810-1CA43-1XE0 .................................. 9/83
6AU1810-1HA22-1XA0 ......................... 3/25, 9/83
6AU1810-1HA22-1XE0 ......................... 3/25, 9/83
6AU1810-1JA22-1XA0 .......................... 3/25, 9/83
6AU1810-1JA22-1XE0 .......................... 3/25, 9/83
6AU1820-0AA20-0AB0 .................................. 9/64
6AU1820-0AA24-0AB0 .................................. 9/64
6AU1820-0AA32-0AB0 .................................. 9/64
6AU1820-0AA35-0AB0 .................................. 9/64
6AU1820-0AA41-0AB0 ......................... 9/38, 9/64
6AU1820-0AA42-0AB0 ......................... 9/50, 9/64
6AU1820-0AA43-0AB0 ......................... 9/50, 9/64
6AU1820-0AA44-0AB0 ......................... 9/50, 9/64
6AU1820-0AS42-0AB0 ......................... 9/50, 9/64
6AU1820-0AS43-0AB0 ......................... 9/50, 9/64
6AU1820-0AS44-0AB0 ......................... 9/50, 9/64
6AU1820-1AA20-0AB0 .................................. 9/64
6AU1820-1AB20-0AB0 .................................. 9/64
6AU1820-1AC20-0AB0 .................................. 9/64
6AU1820-2AA20-0AB0 .................................. 9/64
6AU1820-2AF20-0AB0 .................................. 9/64
6AU1820-3DA20-0AB0 .................................. 9/64
6AU1820-8BA20-0AB0 ......................... 9/65, 9/79
6AU1820-8BB20-0AB0 ......................... 9/65, 9/79
6AU1820-8BD20-0AB0 ......................... 9/65, 9/79
6AV...
6AV7671-1EA00-5AA1 ................................... 9/24
6AV7671-1EA01-0AA1 ................................... 9/24
6AV7671-1EA01-5AA1 ................................... 9/24
6AV7671-1EA02-0AA1 ................................... 9/24
6AV7671-1EA03-0AA1 ................................... 9/24
6AV7671-1EA10-5AA1 ................................... 9/24
6AV7671-1EA11-0AA1 ................................... 9/24
6AV7671-1EA11-5AA1 ................................... 9/24
6AV7671-1EA12-0AA1 ................................... 9/24
6AV7671-1EA13-0AA1 ................................... 9/24
6AV7671-1EX01-0AD0 ................................... 9/24
6AV7671-1EX01-0BD0 ................................... 9/24
6AV7671-1EX02-0AA0 ................................... 9/24
6AV7671-1EX10-5AA0 ................................... 9/24
6AV7671-1EX11-0AA0 ................................... 9/24
6AV7671-1EX11-5AA0 ................................... 9/24
6AV7671-1EX12-0AA0 ................................... 9/24
6AV7671-1EX13-0AA0 ................................... 9/24
6AV7671-3CA00-0AA0 .................................. 9/23
6AV7672-1JB00-0AA0 ................................... 9/19
6AV7672-8JD01-0AA0 ................................... 9/19
6ED...
6ED1057-1AA00-0BA0 ................................ 10/33
6EP...
6EP1332-2BA10 ........................................... 10/10
6EP1333-1AL12 ........................................... 10/10
6EP1333-2AA01 ........................................... 10/10
6EP1333-2BA01 ........................................... 10/10
6EP1333-3BA00 ........................................... 10/10
6EP1334-1AL12 ........................................... 10/10
6EP1334-2AA01 ........................................... 10/10
6EP1334-2BA01 ........................................... 10/10
6EP1334-3BA00 ........................................... 10/10
6EP1336-3BA00 ........................................... 10/10
6EP1337-3BA00 ........................................... 10/10
6EP1436-3BA10 ........................................... 10/10
6EP1437-3BA00 ........................................... 10/10
6EP1931-2DC21 .......................................... 10/11
6EP1931-2DC31 .......................................... 10/11
6EP1931-2DC42 ...........................................10/11
6EP1931-2EC21 ...........................................10/11
6EP1931-2EC31 ...........................................10/11
6EP1931-2EC42 ...........................................10/11
6EP1931-2FC21 ...........................................10/11
6EP1931-2FC42 ...........................................10/11
6EP1933-2EC41 ...........................................10/12
6EP1933-2EC51 ...........................................10/12
6EP1933-2NC01 ...........................................10/12
6EP1933-2NC11 ...........................................10/12
6EP1935-5PG01 ...........................................10/12
6EP1935-6MC01 ..........................................10/11
6EP1935-6MD11 ..........................................10/11
6EP1935-6MD31 ..........................................10/11
6EP1935-6ME21 ...........................................10/11
6EP1935-6MF01 ...........................................10/11
6EP1961-2BA00 ...........................................10/10
6EP1961-3BA01 ...........................................10/10
6EP1961-3BA10 ...........................................10/10
6EP1961-3BA21 ...........................................10/10
6EP1975-2ES00 ...........................................10/12
6ES57...
6ES5710-8MA11 ..........................................10/34
6ES5710-8MA21 ..........................................10/34
6ES5710-8MA31 ..........................................10/34
6ES5710-8MA41 ..........................................10/34
6ES5750-2AA11 ...........................................10/20
6ES5750-2AA21 ................................ 10/17, 10/20
6ES5750-2AB11 ...........................................10/20
6ES7131-...
6ES7131-4BB01-0AA0
6ES7131-4BB01-0AB0
6ES7131-4BD01-0AA0
6ES7131-4BD01-0AB0
6ES7131-4BD51-0AA0
6ES7131-4BF00-0AA0
6ES7131-4BF50-0AA0
6ES7131-4CD02-0AB0
6ES7131-4EB00-0AB0
6ES7131-4FB00-0AB0
6ES7131-4RD02-0AB0
.................................10/28
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6ES7132-...
6ES7132-4BB01-0AA0
6ES7132-4BB01-0AB0
6ES7132-4BB31-0AA0
6ES7132-4BB31-0AB0
6ES7132-4BD00-0AB0
6ES7132-4BD02-0AA0
6ES7132-4BD30-0AB0
6ES7132-4BD32-0AA0
6ES7132-4BD50-0AA0
6ES7132-4BF00-0AA0
6ES7132-4BF00-0AB0
6ES7132-4BF50-0AA0
6ES7132-4FB01-0AB0
6ES7132-4HB01-0AB0
6ES7132-4HB12-0AB0
6ES7132-4HB50-0AB0
.................................10/28
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6ES7134-...
6ES7134-4FB01-0AB0
6ES7134-4FB52-0AB0
6ES7134-4GB01-0AB0
6ES7134-4GB11-0AB0
6ES7134-4GB52-0AB0
6ES7134-4GB62-0AB0
.................................10/29
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6ES7134-4GD00-0AB0 ................................ 10/29
6ES7134-4JB01-0AB0 ................................. 10/29
6ES7134-4JB51-0AB0 ................................. 10/29
6ES7134-4LB02-0AB0 ................................. 10/29
6ES7134-4MB02-0AB0 ................................ 10/29
6ES7134-4NB01-0AB0 ................................ 10/29
6ES7134-4NB51-0AB0 ................................ 10/29
6ES7135-...
6ES7135-4FB01-0AB0 ................................. 10/29
6ES7135-4FB52-0AB0 ................................. 10/29
6ES7135-4GB01-0AB0 ................................ 10/29
6ES7135-4GB52-0AB0 ................................ 10/29
6ES7135-4LB02-0AB0 ................................. 10/29
6ES7135-4MB02-0AB0 ................................ 10/29
6ES7138-...
6ES7138-4AA01-0AA0 ................................ 10/31
6ES7138-4AA11-0AA0 ................................ 10/31
6ES7138-4CA01-0AA0 ................................ 10/28
6ES7138-4CA50-0AB0 ................................ 10/28
6ES7138-4CA60-0AB0 ................................ 10/28
6ES7138-4CB11-0AB0 ................................ 10/28
6ES7138-4DA04-0AB0 ................................ 10/30
6ES7138-4DB03-0AB0 ................................ 10/30
6ES7138-4DC01-0AB0 ................................ 10/30
6ES7138-4DD01-0AB0 ................................ 10/30
6ES7138-4DE02-0AB0 ................................ 10/30
6ES7138-4DF01-0AB0 ................................. 10/30
6ES7138-4DL00-0AB0 ................................. 10/30
6ES7138-4FD00-0AA0 ................................. 10/28
6ES7138-4GA00-0AB0 ................................ 10/30
6ES7138-4GA50-0AB0 ................................ 10/30
6ES7138-4HA00-0AB0 ................................ 10/27
6ES7151-...
6ES7151-1AA05-0AB0 ................................ 10/27
6ES7151-1AB05-0AB0 ................................ 10/27
6ES7151-1BA02-0AB0 ................................ 10/27
6ES7151-1CA00-0AB0 ................................ 10/27
6ES7151-1CA00-1BL0 ................................. 10/27
6ES7151-1CA00-3BL0 ................................. 10/27
6ES7151-3AA23-0AB0 ................................ 10/27
6ES7151-3BA23-0AB0 ................................ 10/27
6ES7151-3BA60-0AB0 ................................ 10/27
6ES7151-3BB23-0AB0 ................................ 10/27
6ES7151-7AA21-0AB0 ................................ 10/27
6ES7151-7AB00-0AB0 ................................ 10/27
6ES7151-7FA21-0AB0 ................................. 10/27
6ES7151-8AB01-0AB0 ................................ 10/27
6ES7151-8FB01-0AB0 ................................. 10/27
6ES7153-...
6ES7153-1AA03-0XB0
6ES7153-2BA02-0XB0
6ES7153-4AA01-0XB0
6ES7153-4BA00-0XB0
................................. 10/23
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6ES7174-...
6ES7174-0AA10-0AA0 ................................ 10/39
6ES7193-...
6ES7193-4BA00-0AA0
6ES7193-4BB00-0AA0
6ES7193-4BD00-0AA0
6ES7193-4BH00-0AA0
6ES7193-4CA20-0AA0
6ES7193-4CA30-0AA0
6ES7193-4CA40-0AA0
6ES7193-4CA50-0AA0
................................ 10/34
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Order number index
6ES7193-4CA70-0AA0 ................................ 10/31
6ES7193-4CA80-0AA0 ................................ 10/31
6ES7193-4CB00-0AA0 ................................ 10/31
6ES7193-4CB10-0AA0 ................................ 10/31
6ES7193-4CB20-0AA0 ................................ 10/31
6ES7193-4CB30-0AA0 ................................ 10/31
6ES7193-4CB60-0AA0 ................................ 10/31
6ES7193-4CB70-0AA0 ................................ 10/31
6ES7193-4CC20-0AA0 ................................ 10/28
6ES7193-4CC30-0AA0 ................................ 10/28
6ES7193-4CC70-0AA0 ................................ 10/28
6ES7193-4CD20-0AA0 ................................ 10/28
6ES7193-4CD30-0AA0 ................................ 10/28
6ES7193-4CD70-0AA0 ................................ 10/28
6ES7193-4CE00-0AA0 ................................. 10/28
6ES7193-4CE10-0AA0 ................................. 10/28
6ES7193-4CE60-0AA0 ................................. 10/28
6ES7193-4CF40-0AA0 ................................. 10/31
6ES7193-4CF50-0AA0 ................................. 10/31
6ES7193-4CG20-0AA0 ................................ 10/31
6ES7193-4CG30-0AA0 ................................ 10/31
6ES7193-4CL20-0AA0 ................................. 10/31
6ES7193-4CL30-0AA0 ................................. 10/31
6ES7193-4DL00-0AA0 ................................. 10/27
6ES7193-4DL10-0AA0 ................................. 10/27
6ES7193-4FL00-0AA0 ................................. 10/27
6ES7193-4FL10-0AA0 ................................. 10/27
6ES7193-4GA00-0AA0 ................................ 10/34
6ES7193-4GB00-0AA0 ................................ 10/34
6ES7193-4LA20-0AA0 ................................. 10/34
6ES7193-4LB20-0AA0 ................................. 10/34
6ES7193-4LC20-0AA0 ................................. 10/34
6ES7193-4LD20-0AA0 ................................. 10/34
6ES7193-4LF20-0AA0 ................................. 10/34
6ES7193-4LG20-0AA0 ................................. 10/34
6ES7193-4LH20-0AA0 ................................. 10/34
6ES73...
16
6ES7305-1BA80-0AA0 ................................... 10/9
6ES7307-1BA01-0AA0 ................................... 10/9
6ES7307-1EA01-0AA0 ................................... 10/9
6ES7307-1EA80-0AA0 ................................... 10/9
6ES7307-1KA02-0AA0 ................................... 10/9
6ES7321-1BH02-0AA0 ................................ 10/14
6ES7321-1BH10-0AA0 ................................ 10/14
6ES7321-1BH50-0AA0 ................................ 10/14
6ES7321-1BL00-0AA0 ................................. 10/14
6ES7321-1BP00-0AA0 ................................. 10/14
6ES7321-1CH00-0AA0 ................................ 10/14
6ES7321-1CH20-0AA0 ................................ 10/14
6ES7321-1EL00-0AA0 ................................. 10/14
6ES7321-1FF01-0AA0 ................................. 10/14
6ES7321-1FF10-0AA0 ................................. 10/14
6ES7321-1FH00-0AA0 ................................. 10/14
6ES7321-7BH01-0AB0 ................................ 10/14
6ES7322-1BF01-0AA0 ................................. 10/14
6ES7322-1BH01-0AA0 ................................ 10/14
6ES7322-1BH10-0AA0 ................................ 10/14
6ES7322-1BL00-0AA0 ................................. 10/14
6ES7322-1BP00-0AA0 ................................. 10/14
6ES7322-1BP50-0AA0 ................................. 10/14
6ES7322-1CF00-0AA0 ................................. 10/14
6ES7322-1FF01-0AA0 ................................. 10/14
6ES7322-1FH00-0AA0 ................................. 10/14
6ES7322-1FL00-0AA0 ................................. 10/14
6ES7322-1HF01-0AA0 ................................. 10/14
6ES7322-1HF10-0AA0 ................................. 10/14
6ES7322-1HH01-0AA0 ................................ 10/14
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6ES7322-5FF00-0AB0 ..................................10/14
6ES7322-5GH00-0AB0 ................................10/14
6ES7322-5HF00-0AB0 .................................10/14
6ES7322-8BF00-0AB0 .................................10/14
6ES7323-1BH01-0AA0 .................................10/14
6ES7323-1BL00-0AA0 .................................10/14
6ES7327-1BH00-0AB0 .................................10/14
6ES7328-0AA00-7AA0 .................................10/20
6ES7331-1KF02-0AB0 .................................10/15
6ES7331-7HF01-0AB0 .................................10/15
6ES7331-7KB02-0AB0 .................................10/15
6ES7331-7KF02-0AB0 .................................10/15
6ES7331-7NF00-0AB0 .................................10/15
6ES7331-7NF10-0AB0 .................................10/15
6ES7331-7PF01-0AB0 ..................................10/15
6ES7331-7PF11-0AB0 ..................................10/15
6ES7332-5HB01-0AB0 .................................10/15
6ES7332-5HD01-0AB0 .................................10/15
6ES7332-5HF00-0AB0 .................................10/15
6ES7332-7ND02-0AB0 .................................10/15
6ES7334-0CE01-0AA0 .................................10/15
6ES7334-0KE00-0AB0 .................................10/15
6ES7335-7HG02-0AB0 ................................10/15
6ES7340-1AH02-0AE0 .................................10/18
6ES7340-1BH02-0AE0 .................................10/18
6ES7340-1CH02-0AE0 .................................10/18
6ES7341-1AH02-0AE0 .................................10/18
6ES7341-1BH02-0AE0 .................................10/18
6ES7341-1CH02-0AE0 .................................10/18
6ES7350-1AH03-0AE0 .................................10/16
6ES7350-2AH01-0AE0 .................................10/16
6ES7352-1AH02-0AE0 .................................10/17
6ES7352-5AH01-0AE0 .................................10/17
6ES7352-5AH11-0AE0 .................................10/17
6ES7365-0BA01-0AA0 ...................................9/11
6ES7370-0AA01-0AA0 .................................10/19
6ES7374-2XH01-0AA0 .................................10/19
6ES7390-0AA00-0AA0 .................................10/20
6ES7390-1AB60-0AA0 ........................9/11, 10/20
6ES7390-1AE80-0AA0 ........................9/11, 10/20
6ES7390-1AF30-0AA0 ........................9/11, 10/20
6ES7390-1AJ30-0AA0 .........................9/11, 10/20
6ES7390-1BC00-0AA0 ........................9/11, 10/20
6ES7390-5AA00-0AA0 .................................10/20
6ES7390-5AB00-0AA0 .................................10/20
6ES7390-5BA00-0AA0 .................................10/20
6ES7390-5CA00-0AA0 .................................10/20
6ES7390-6BA00-0AA0 ...................................10/9
6ES7390-7BA00-0AA0 ...................................9/11
6ES7392-1AJ00-0AA0 .......................10/20, 10/43
6ES7392-1AJ00-1AB0 .......................10/20, 10/43
6ES7392-1AM00-0AA0 .......................9/11, 10/20
6ES7392-1AM00-1AB0 .....................10/20, 10/39
6ES7392-1AN00-0AA0 .................................10/20
6ES7392-1BJ00-0AA0 .......................10/20, 10/43
6ES7392-1BJ00-1AB0 .......................10/20, 10/43
6ES7392-1BM01-0AA0 .......................9/11, 10/20
6ES7392-1BM01-1AB0 .....................10/20, 10/39
6ES7392-1BN00-0AA0 .................................10/20
6ES7392-1CJ00-0AA0 ......................10/20, 10/43
6ES7392-1CM00-0AA0 ............9/11, 10/20, 10/39
6ES7392-2AX00-0AA0 .................................10/20
6ES7392-2AX10-0AA0 .................................10/20
6ES7392-2BX00-0AA0 .................................10/20
6ES7392-2BX10-0AA0 .................................10/20
6ES7392-2CX00-0AA0 .................................10/20
6ES7392-2CX10-0AA0 .................................10/20
6ES7392-2DX00-0AA0 .................................10/20
6ES7392-2DX10-0AA0 ................................ 10/20
6ES7392-2XX00-0AA0 ................................. 10/20
6ES7392-2XX10-0AA0 ................................. 10/20
6ES7392-2XY00-0AA0 ................................. 10/20
6ES7392-2XY10-0AA0 ................................. 10/20
6ES7392-4BB00-0AA0 ................................ 10/20
6ES7392-4BC50-0AA0 ................................ 10/20
6ES7392-4BF00-0AA0 ................................. 10/20
6ES76...
6ES7648-1AA20-0YB0 ................................... 9/19
6ES7648-2AG30-0GA0 .................................. 9/22
6ES7648-2AG40-0GA0 .................................. 9/22
6ES7648-6AA03-2YA0 ................................... 9/19
6ES77...
6ES7792-0AA00-0XA0 ................................. 10/27
6ES79...
6ES7900-1AA00-0XA0 ................................... 9/24
6ES7900-1BA00-0XA0 ................................... 9/24
6ES7900-1CA00-0XA0 .................................. 9/24
6ES7900-1DA00-0XA0 .................................. 9/24
6ES7900-1EA00-0XA0 ................................... 9/24
6ES7900-1FA00-0XA0 ................................... 9/24
6ES7901-1BF00-0XA0 ................................... 3/24
6ES7901-4BD00-0XA0 .................................. 3/24
6ES7902-1AB00-0AA0 ................................ 10/18
6ES7902-1AC00-0AA0 ................................ 10/18
6ES7902-1AD00-0AA0 ................................ 10/18
6ES7902-2AB00-0AA0 ................................ 10/18
6ES7902-2AC00-0AA0 ................................ 10/18
6ES7902-2AG00-0AA0 ................................ 10/18
6ES7902-3AB00-0AA0 ................................ 10/18
6ES7902-3AC00-0AA0 ................................ 10/18
6ES7902-3AG00-0AA0 ................................ 10/18
6ES7912-0AA00-0AA0 ................................ 10/20
6ES7953-8LF20-0AA0 ................................. 10/27
6ES7953-8LG20-0AA0 ..................... 10/17, 10/27
6ES7953-8LJ30-0AA0 ...................... 10/17, 10/27
6ES7953-8LM20-0AA0 ................................ 10/27
6ES7953-8LP20-0AA0 ................................. 10/27
6ES7972-0BA12-0XA0 ................................... 9/39
6ES7972-0BA42-0XA0 ............... 9/39, 9/51, 10/43
6ES7972-0BA52-0XA0 ................................... 9/39
6ES7972-0BA60-0XA0 .......................... 9/39, 9/51
6ES7972-0BB12-0XA0 ................................... 9/39
6ES7972-0BB42-0XA0 .......................... 9/39, 9/51
6ES7972-0BB52-0XA0 ................................... 9/39
6ES7972-0BB60-0XA0 .......................... 9/39, 9/51
6ES7973-1HD00-0AA0 ................................ 10/20
6ES7974-0AA00-0AA0 ................................ 10/20
6ES7998-8XC01-8YE0 ................................. 10/20
6ES7998-8XC01-8YE2 ................................. 10/20
6FC...
6FC5088-1.... ................................................. 14/8
6FC5088-2.... ................................................. 14/8
6FC5088-3.... ................................................. 14/8
6FC5088-4.... ................................................. 14/8
6FC5088-5.... ................................................. 14/8
6FC5088-6.... ................................................. 14/8
6FC5203-0AC01-3AA0 .................................. 9/25
6FC5211-0BA01-0AA4 ................................ 10/39
6FC5247-0AA18-0AA0 ................ 9/19, 9/22, 9/51
6FC5297-0AD30-0... .................................... 14/29
6FC5312-0FA00-2AA0 ................................... 9/56
6FC5348-0AA02-0AA0 .................................. 9/51
6FC5348-0AA07-0AA0 .................................. 9/51
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Indexes
Order number index
6FC8500-0BX01-0AA0 ................................. 14/11
6FC8500-0EE01-0AA0 ................................. 14/11
6FC8500-0EE02-0AA0 ................................. 14/11
6FC8500-0FE01-0AA0 ................................. 14/11
6FC8500-0SE01-0AA0 ................................. 14/11
6FC8500-0SE02-0AA0 ................................. 14/11
6FC8500-0SE03-0AA0 ................................. 14/11
6FC8500-0SE05-0AA0 ................................. 14/11
6FC8500-0SE10-0AA0 ................................. 14/11
6FC8500-0SE11-0AA0 ................................. 14/11
6FC8507-0RX12-...0 .................................... 14/14
6FC8507-0RX24-...0 .................................... 14/14
6FC9341-2AE ............................................... 3/210
6FC9341-2AF ............................................... 3/210
6FX2001-...
6FX2001-2C... .................................................. 7/6
6FX2001-2D... .................................................. 7/6
6FX2001-2E... .................................................. 7/6
6FX2001-2F... ................................................... 7/6
6FX2001-2G... .................................................. 7/6
6FX2001-2H... .................................................. 7/6
6FX2001-2M... .................................................. 7/6
6FX2001-2N... .................................................. 7/6
6FX2001-2P... ................................................... 7/6
6FX2001-2Q... .................................................. 7/6
6FX2001-2R... .................................................. 7/6
6FX2001-2S... .................................................. 7/6
6FX2001-2UK00 ............................................... 7/6
6FX2001-3C... .................................................. 7/6
6FX2001-3E... .................................................. 7/6
6FX2001-3G... .................................................. 7/6
6FX2001-4D..0 ................................................. 7/6
6FX2001-4F..0 .................................................. 7/6
6FX2001-4H..0 ................................................. 7/6
6FX2001-4N..0 ................................................. 7/6
6FX2001-4Q..0 ................................................. 7/6
6FX2001-4S..0 ................................................. 7/6
6FX2001-5FD..-0AA1 ..................................... 7/11
6FX2001-5FE.. ............................................... 7/11
6FX2001-5FN.. ............................................... 7/11
6FX2001-5FP.. ................................................ 7/11
6FX2001-5FS.. ............................................... 7/11
6FX2001-5HE.. ............................................... 7/11
6FX2001-5HS.. ............................................... 7/11
6FX2001-5QD..-0AA1 .................................... 7/11
6FX2001-5QE.. ............................................... 7/11
6FX2001-5QN.. .............................................. 7/11
6FX2001-5QP.. ............................................... 7/11
6FX2001-5QS.. ............................................... 7/11
6FX2001-5SE.. ............................................... 7/11
6FX2001-5SS.. ............................................... 7/11
6FX2001-5VD..-0AA1 ..................................... 7/11
6FX2001-5WD..-0AA1 .................................... 7/11
6FX2001-5WN.. .............................................. 7/11
6FX2001-5WP.. ............................................... 7/11
6FX2001-7KF06 ............................................. 7/12
6FX2001-7KF10 ............................................. 7/12
6FX2001-7KP01 ............................................. 7/12
6FX2001-7KS06 ............................................. 7/12
6FX2001-7KS10 ............................................. 7/12
6FX2002-...
6FX2002-1DC00-.... ....................................... 8/24
6FX2002-1DC20-.... ....................................... 8/24
6FX2003-...
6FX2003-0BB00 ............................................. 9/51
6FX2003-0DT67 ............................................. 8/45
6FX2003-0LA.0 ...............................................6/37
6FX2003-0LA00 ..............................................8/43
6FX2003-0LA10 ..............................................8/43
6FX2003-0SA12 .................................. 3/247, 7/12
6FX2003-0SA17 ...........................................3/247
6FX2003-0SU01 ...........................................3/247
6FX2003-0SU07 .........................3/247, 6/37, 8/43
6FX2003-0SU12 ............................................. 7/12
6FX2003-0SU17 ............................................. 7/12
6FX2003-7AX00 ............................................. 8/44
6FX2003-7BX00 ............................................. 8/44
6FX2003-7CX00 ............................................. 8/44
6FX2003-7DX00 ............................................. 8/44
6FX2003-7FA00 ..............................................8/44
6FX2003-7FX00 ..............................................8/44
6FX2003-7GX00 ............................................. 8/44
6FX2003-7HX00 ............................................. 8/44
6FX5002-...
6FX5002-2CA12-....
6FX5002-2DC00-....
6FX5002-2DC10-....
6FX5002-2DC20-....
6FX5002-5CR72-....
6FX5002-5CR73-....
6FX5002-5CR83-....
6FX5002-5CS02-....
6FX5002-5CS12-....
6FX5002-5CS42-....
6FX5002-5CS52-....
6FX5002-5CS62-....
6FX5002-5DA20-....
6FX5002-5DA30-....
........................................8/27
........................................8/25
........................................8/25
........................................8/25
........................................8/16
...............................8/15, 8/16
...............................8/15, 8/16
........................................8/11
........................................8/11
........................................8/11
........................................8/11
........................................8/11
........................................8/12
........................................8/13
6FX5008-...
6FX5008-1BA11-....
6FX5008-1BB21-....
6FX5008-1BB31-....
6FX5008-1BB35-....
6FX5008-1BB50-....
6FX5008-1BB51-....
6FX5008-1BB61-....
6FX5008-1BB70-....
6FX5008-1BB05-....
6FX5008-1BB12-....
6FX5008-1BB25-....
6FX5008-1BB35-....
6FX5008-1BB50-....
...............................8/12, 8/13
........................................8/16
........................................8/16
........................................8/15
........................................8/15
........................................8/16
...............................8/15, 8/16
......................8/15, 8/16, 8/19
......................8/15, 8/16, 8/19
......................8/15, 8/16, 8/19
......................8/15, 8/16, 8/19
......................8/15, 8/16, 8/19
......................8/15, 8/16, 8/19
6FX7002-...
6FX7002-2SL01-.... .........................................8/27
6FX7002-2SL02-.... .........................................8/27
6FX7002-2SL10-.... .........................................8/27
6FX7002-2SL20-.... .........................................8/27
6FX7002-5LM02-.... ........................................8/17
6FX7002-5LM32-.... ........................................8/17
6FX7002-5LM42-.... ........................................8/17
6FX7002-5LM62-.... ........................................8/17
6FX7002-5LM72-.... ........................................8/17
6FX7002-5LM82-.... ........................................8/17
6FX7002-2SL0.-.... ............................6/6, 6/8, 6/10
6FX7002-2SL10-.... ..............6/18, 6/20, 6/22, 6/37
6FX8002-...
6FX8002-2AD04-.... ........................................8/26
6FX8002-2CA80-.... ........................................8/27
6FX8002-2CB54-.... .......................................8/27
6FX8002-2CN24-.... ........................................8/26
6FX8002-2DC00-.... ........................................8/25
6FX8002-2DC10-.... ....................................... 8/25
6FX8002-2DC20-.... ....................................... 8/25
6FX8002-2EN24-.... ....................................... 8/26
6FX8002-2FN24-.... ........................................ 8/26
6FX8002-5CA15-.... .............................. 8/17, 8/20
6FX8002-5CA48-.... .............................. 8/17, 8/20
6FX8002-5CA58-.... .............................. 8/17, 8/20
6FX8002-5CA68-.... .............................. 8/17, 8/20
6FX8002-5CN01-.... ....................................... 8/18
6FX8002-5CN05-.... ....................................... 8/18
6FX8002-5CN11-.... ....................................... 8/18
6FX8002-5CN41-.... ....................................... 8/18
6FX8002-5CN64-.... ....................................... 8/18
6FX8002-5CP10-.... ....................................... 8/15
6FX8002-5CP11-.... ....................................... 8/15
6FX8002-5CP20-.... ....................................... 8/15
6FX8002-5CP21-.... ....................................... 8/15
6FX8002-5CP41-.... ....................................... 8/15
6FX8002-5CP42-.... ....................................... 8/15
6FX8002-5CP43-.... ....................................... 8/15
6FX8002-5CQ15-.... ....................................... 8/18
6FX8002-5CR10-.... ....................................... 8/16
6FX8002-5CR11-.... ....................................... 8/16
6FX8002-5CR20-.... ....................................... 8/16
6FX8002-5CR21-.... ....................................... 8/16
6FX8002-5CR41-.... .............................. 8/15, 8/16
6FX8002-5CR42-.... .............................. 8/15, 8/16
6FX8002-5CR43-.... .............................. 8/15, 8/16
6FX8002-5CR52-.... .............................. 8/15, 8/16
6FX8002-5CR53-.... .............................. 8/15, 8/16
6FX8002-5CS11-.... .............................. 8/17, 8/20
6FX8002-5CS24-.... ..................... 8/11, 8/17, 8/20
6FX8002-5CS41-.... ....................................... 8/20
6FX8002-5CS41-.... ....................................... 8/17
6FX8002-5CS54-.... .............................. 8/17, 8/20
6FX8002-5CS64-.... .............................. 8/17, 8/20
6FX8002-5DQ48-.... ....................................... 8/18
6FX8002-5DQ68-.... ....................................... 8/18
6FX8002-5YW12-.... .............................. 8/17, 8/20
6FX8002-2CA88-.... ..................................... 3/245
6FX8008-...
6FX8008-1BB11-.... ....................................... 8/18
6FX8008-1BB21-.... .................... 8/15, 8/16, 8/17,
............................................................... 8/18, 8/20
6FX8008-1BB31-.... .................... 8/15, 8/16, 8/17,
............................................................... 8/18, 8/20
6FX8008-1BB41-.... .............................. 8/17, 8/20
6FX8008-1BB51-.... .................... 8/15, 8/16, 8/17,
............................................................... 8/18, 8/20
6FX8008-1BB61-.... ............ 8/15, 8/16, 8/17, 8/20
6FX8008-1BA25-.... ....................................... 8/16
6FX8008-1BA25-.... ....................................... 8/15
6FX8008-1BA35-.... .............................. 8/15, 8/16
6FX8008-1BA35-.... ....................................... 8/15
6FX8008-1BA50-.... .............................. 8/15, 8/16
6FX8008-1BA50-.... ....................................... 8/15
6FX.002-...
6FX.002-2AD04-.... ........................................ 8/26
6FX.002-2AH00-.... ........................................ 8/27
6FX.002-2AH04-.... ........................................ 8/27
6FX.002-2AH11-.... ........................................ 8/27
6FX.002-2CA31-.... ........................................ 8/27
6FX.002-2CA34-.... ........................................ 8/27
6FX.002-2CB54-.... ............................... 8/26, 8/27
6FX.002-2CC11-.... ........................................ 8/26
6FX.002-2CD24-.... ........................................ 8/27
6FX.002-2CF02-.... ......................................... 8/26
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Order number index
16
6FX.002-2CF04-.... ......................................... 8/26
6FX.002-2CG00-.... ........................................ 8/27
6FX.002-2CH00-.... ........................................ 8/26
6FX.002-2CN20-.... ........................................ 8/26
6FX.002-2CQ31-.... ........................................ 8/26
6FX.002-2CQ34-.... ........................................ 8/26
6FX.002-2CQ80-.... ........................................ 8/26
6FX.002-2CR00-.... ........................................ 8/27
6FX.002-2EN20-.... ......................................... 8/26
6FX.002-2EQ10-.... ........................................ 8/26
6FX.002-2EQ14-.... ........................................ 8/26
6FX.002-2EQ31-.... ........................................ 8/26
6FX.002-2EQ34-.... ........................................ 8/26
6FX.002-2FN20-.... ........................................ 8/26
6FX.002-5CG01-.... ........................................ 8/13
6FX.002-5CG10-.... ........................................ 8/10
6FX.002-5CG11-.... ........................................ 8/13
6FX.002-5CG12-.... ........................................ 8/10
6FX.002-5CG13-.... ........................................ 8/13
6FX.002-5CG21-.... ........................................ 8/13
6FX.002-5CG22-.... ........................................ 8/10
6FX.002-5CG23-.... ........................................ 8/13
6FX.002-5CG31-.... ........................................ 8/13
6FX.002-5CG32-.... ........................................ 8/10
6FX.002-5CG41-.... ........................................ 8/13
6FX.002-5CG42-.... ........................................ 8/10
6FX.002-5CG51-.... ........................................ 8/13
6FX.002-5CG52-.... ........................................ 8/10
6FX.002-5CG61-.... ........................................ 8/13
6FX.002-5CG62-.... ........................................ 8/10
6FX.002-5CN01-.... .......................................... 8/9
6FX.002-5CN11-.... .......................................... 8/9
6FX.002-5CN21-.... .......................................... 8/9
6FX.002-5CN31-.... .......................................... 8/9
6FX.002-5CN41-.... .......................................... 8/9
6FX.002-5CN51-.... .......................................... 8/9
6FX.002-5CN54-.... .......................................... 8/9
6FX.002-5CN61-.... .......................................... 8/9
6FX.002-5CN64-.... .......................................... 8/9
6FX.002-5CS01-.... ......................................... 8/11
6FX.002-5CS11-.... ......................................... 8/11
6FX.002-5CS13-.... ......................................... 8/11
6FX.002-5CS14-.... ......................................... 8/11
6FX.002-5CS21-.... ......................................... 8/11
6FX.002-5CS23-.... ......................................... 8/11
6FX.002-5CS31-.... ......................................... 8/11
6FX.002-5CS41-.... ......................................... 8/11
6FX.002-5CS51-.... ......................................... 8/11
6FX.002-5CS54-.... ......................................... 8/11
6FX.002-5CS61-.... ......................................... 8/11
6FX.002-5CS64-.... ......................................... 8/11
6FX.002-5DG01-.... ........................................ 8/13
6FX.002-5DG10-.... ........................................ 8/10
6FX.002-5DG11-.... ........................................ 8/13
6FX.002-5DG12-.... ........................................ 8/10
6FX.002-5DG13-.... ........................................ 8/13
6FX.002-5DG21-.... ........................................ 8/13
6FX.002-5DG22-.... ........................................ 8/10
6FX.002-5DG23-.... ............................... 8/12, 8/13
6FX.002-5DG31-.... ........................................ 8/13
6FX.002-5DG32-.... ........................................ 8/10
6FX.002-5DG33-.... ............................... 8/12, 8/13
6FX.002-5DG41-.... ........................................ 8/13
6FX.002-5DG42-.... ........................................ 8/10
6FX.002-5DG43-.... ............................... 8/12, 8/13
6FX.002-5DG51-.... ........................................ 8/13
6FX.002-5DG52-.... ........................................ 8/10
6FX.002-5DG53-.... ............................... 8/12, 8/13
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6FX.002-5DG61-.... ........................................8/13
6FX.002-5DG62-.... ........................................8/10
6FX.002-5DN61-.... ..........................................8/9
6FX.002-5DN01-.... ...........................................8/9
6FX.002-5DN11-.... ...........................................8/9
6FX.002-5DN21-.... ...........................................8/9
6FX.002-5DN30-.... .........................................8/10
6FX.002-5DN31-.... ...........................................8/9
6FX.002-5DN41-.... ...........................................8/9
6FX.002-5DN51-.... ...........................................8/9
6FX.002-5DN54-.... ...........................................8/9
6FX.002-5DN64-.... ...........................................8/9
6FX.002-5DS01-.... .........................................8/12
6FX.002-5DS11-.... .........................................8/12
6FX.002-5DS13-.... .........................................8/12
6FX.002-5DS14-.... .........................................8/12
6FX.002-5DS21-.... .........................................8/12
6FX.002-5DS23-.... .........................................8/12
6FX.002-5DS31-.... .........................................8/12
6FX.002-5DS41-.... .........................................8/12
6FX.002-5DS51-.... .........................................8/12
6FX.002-5DS54-.... .........................................8/12
6FX.002-5DS61-.... .........................................8/12
6FX.002-5DS64-.... .........................................8/12
6FX.002-5DX38-.... .........................................8/14
6FX.002-5DX48-.... .........................................8/14
6FX.002-5DX58-.... .........................................8/14
6FX.002-5ME05-.... .........................................8/14
6FX.002-5MN05-.... ........................................8/14
6FX.002-5.A05-.... ..........................................8/14
6FX.002-5.A15-.... ..........................................8/14
6FX.002-5.A28-.... ..........................................8/14
6FX.002-5.A38-.... ..........................................8/14
6FX.002-5.A48-.... ..........................................8/14
6FX.002-5.A58-.... ..........................................8/14
6FX.002-5.A68-.... ..........................................8/14
6FX.002-5.N05-.... ..........................................8/14
6FX.002-5.Q15-.... ..........................................8/14
6FX.002-5.Q28-.... ..........................................8/14
6FX.002-5.Q38-.... ..........................................8/14
6FX.002-5.Q48-.... ..........................................8/14
6FX.002-5.Q58-.... ..........................................8/14
6FX.002-5.Q68-.... ..........................................8/14
6FX.002-5.X18-.... ...........................................8/14
6FX.002-5.X28-.... ...........................................8/14
6FX.002-2DC30-1AD0 ....................................8/25
6FX.002-2DC30-1AG0 ...................................8/25
6FX.002-2DC30-1BF0 ....................................8/25
6FX.002-2DC30-1DA0 ....................................8/25
6FX.002-2DC34-1AD0 ....................................8/25
6FX.002-2DC34-1AG0 ...................................8/25
6FX.002-5DN20-.... ...........................................8/9
6FX.008-...
6FX.008-1BA11-....
6FX.008-1BA21-....
6FX.008-1BA25-....
6FX.008-1BA31-....
6FX.008-1BA35-....
6FX.008-1BA41-....
6FX.008-1BA50-....
6FX.008-1BA51-....
6FX.008-1BA61-....
6FX.008-1BB11-....
6FX.008-1BB11-....
6FX.008-1BB21-....
6FX.008-1BB31-....
6FX.008-1BB41-....
.......................8/10, 8/12, 8/13
................8/9, 8/10, 8/12, 8/13
................................8/12, 8/13
................8/9, 8/10, 8/12, 8/13
................................8/12, 8/13
................8/9, 8/10, 8/12, 8/13
................................8/12, 8/13
................8/9, 8/10, 8/12, 8/13
................................8/12, 8/13
.......................8/10, 8/13, 8/19
..................................8/9, 8/11
.......8/9, 8/10, 8/11, 8/13, 8/19
.......8/9, 8/10, 8/11, 8/13, 8/19
.......8/9, 8/10, 8/11, 8/13, 8/19
6FX.008-1BB51-.... ...... 8/9, 8/10, 8/11, 8/13, 8/19
6FX.008-1BB61-.... ...................... 8/11, 8/13, 8/19
6FX.008-1BA11-.... .......................................... 8/9
6GK..
6GK1411-2AB10 .......................................... 10/43
6GK1411-2AB20 .......................................... 10/43
6GK1415-2AA10 .......................................... 10/43
6GK1415-2BA10 .......................................... 10/43
6GK1415-2BA20 .......................................... 10/43
6GK1500-0EA02 ............................................ 9/39
6GK1500-0FC10 ............................................ 9/39
6GK1551-2AA00 ................................... 3/24, 9/76
6GK1562-1AA00 ............................................ 9/76
6GK1704-1LW08-1AA0 ................................. 9/76
6GK1704-1PW08-1AA0 ................................. 9/76
6GK1704-5CW80-3AA0 ................................. 9/76
6GK1900-0AB00 .......................................... 10/43
6GK1901-0DB20-6AA0 ................................. 7/12
6GK1901-1BB10-2AA0 ................ 9/26, 9/39, 10/8
6GK1901-1BB10-2AB0 ................ 9/26, 9/39, 10/8
6GK1901-1BB10-2AE0 ......................... 9/39, 10/8
6GK1901-1BB11-2AA0 .................................. 9/51
6GK1901-1BB11-2AB0 .................................. 9/51
6GK1901-1BB11-2AE0 .................................. 9/51
6GK1901-1BB20-2AA0 ................................ 10/43
6GK1901-1BB20-2AB0 ................................ 10/43
6GK1901-1BB20-2AE0 ................................ 10/43
6GK1901-1BB30-0AA0 ...................... 3/211, 7/12,
..................................................... 9/11, 9/26, 9/39,
............................................................... 9/51, 9/56
6GK1901-1BB30-0AB0 ...................... 3/211, 9/11,
............................................. 9/26, 9/39, 9/51, 9/56
6GK1901-1BB30-0AE0 ................ 9/39, 9/51, 9/56
6GK1901-1GA00 ............................... 3/211, 9/11,
..................................................... 9/26, 9/39, 9/51,
............................................................... 9/56, 10/8
6GK7343-2AH11-0XA0 ................................ 10/43
6SE...
6SE6400-2FA00-6AD0 ................................... 3/44
6SE6400-3CC00-2AD3 .................................. 3/43
6SE6400-3CC00-4AB3 .................................. 3/43
6SE6400-3CC00-4AD3 .................................. 3/43
6SE6400-3CC00-6AD3 .................................. 3/43
6SE6400-3CC01-0AB3 .................................. 3/43
6SE6400-3CC11-2FD0 .................................. 3/43
6SE6400-3CC11-7FD0 .................................. 3/43
6SE6400-3TC00-4AD2 ................................ 3/200
6SE6400-3TC03-8DD0 ................................ 3/200
6SE6400-3TC05-4DD0 ................................ 3/200
6SE6400-3TC07-5ED0 ................................. 3/200
6SE6400-3TC08-0ED0 ................................. 3/200
6SE6400-3TC14-5FD0 ................................. 3/200
6SE6400-3TC15-4FD0 ................................. 3/200
6SE6400-4BC05-0AA0 ................................ 3/186
6SE6400-4BD11-0AA0 ................................ 3/186
6SE6400-4BD16-5CA0 ................................ 3/186
6SE6400-4BD21-2DA0 ................................ 3/186
6SE6400-4BD22-2EA1 ................................ 3/186
6SE6400-4BD24-0FA0 ................................. 3/186
6SE7021-0ES87-1FE0 ................................. 3/201
6SE7022-6ES87-1FE0 ................................. 3/201
6SE7023-2ES87-2DC0 ................................. 3/188
6SE7024-7ES87-1FE0 ................................. 3/201
6SE7027-2ES87-1FE0 ................................. 3/201
6SE7028-0ES87-2DC0 ................................. 3/188
6SE7031-5ES87-1FE0 ................................. 3/201
6SE7031-8ES87-1FE0 ................................. 3/201
6SE7032-6ES87-1FE0 ................................. 3/201
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Appendix
Indexes
Order number index
6SL3000-...
6SL3000-0BE21-6DA0 ............... 3/71, 3/98, 3/120
6SL3000-0BE23-6DA1 ............... 3/71, 3/98, 3/120
6SL3000-0BE25-5DA0 ........................ 3/98, 3/120
6SL3000-0BE28-0DA0 ................................. 3/120
6SL3000-0BE31-2DA0 ........................ 3/71, 3/120
6SL3000-0BE32-5AA0 ................................... 3/60
6SL3000-0BE34-4AA0 .......................... 3/60, 3/81
6SL3000-0BE36-0AA0 .......................... 3/60, 3/81
6SL3000-0BE41-2AA0 ................................... 3/81
6SL3000-0BE41-6AA0 ................................... 3/81
6SL3000-0BG34-4AA0 .................................. 3/81
6SL3000-0BG36-0AA0 .................................. 3/81
6SL3000-0BG41-2AA0 .................................. 3/81
6SL3000-0CE15-0AA0 ................................... 3/97
6SL3000-0CE21-0AA0 ................................... 3/97
6SL3000-0CE21-6AA0 ................................... 3/97
6SL3000-0CE22-0AA0 ................................... 3/70
6SL3000-0CE23-6AA0 ................................... 3/97
6SL3000-0CE24-0AA0 ................................... 3/70
6SL3000-0CE25-5AA0 ................................... 3/97
6SL3000-0CE31-0AA0 ................................... 3/70
6SL3000-0CE32-3AA0 ................................... 3/59
6SL3000-0CE32-8AA0 ................................... 3/59
6SL3000-0CE33-3AA0 ................................... 3/59
6SL3000-0CE35-1AA0 .......................... 3/59, 3/79
6SL3000-0CE37-7AA0 ................................... 3/79
6SL3000-0CE41-0AA0 ................................... 3/79
6SL3000-0CE41-5AA0 ................................... 3/79
6SL3000-0CH32-7AA0 .................................. 3/79
6SL3000-0CH34-8AA0 .................................. 3/79
6SL3000-0CH36-0AA0 .................................. 3/79
6SL3000-0CH41-2AA0 .................................. 3/79
6SL3000-0EE36-2AA0 ................................. 3/106
6SL3000-0EE38-8AA0 ................................. 3/106
6SL3000-0EE41-4AA0 ................................. 3/106
6SL3000-0EH34-7AA0 ................................. 3/106
6SL3000-0EH37-6AA0 ................................. 3/106
6SL3000-0EH41-4AA0 ................................. 3/106
6SL3000-0HE15-0AA0 ................................... 3/98
6SL3000-0HE21-0AA0 ................................... 3/98
6SL3000-1BE31-3AA0 ................................. 3/190
6SL3000-1BE32-5AA0 ................................. 3/190
6SL3000-1BF31-3AA0 ................................. 3/190
6SL3000-1BF32-5AA0 ................................. 3/190
6SL3000-1BH31-3AA0 ................................. 3/190
6SL3000-1BH32-5AA0 ................................. 3/190
6SL3000-2AE36-1AA0 ................................. 3/206
6SL3000-2AE38-4AA0 ................................. 3/206
6SL3000-2AE41-0AA0 ................................. 3/206
6SL3000-2AE41-4AA0 ................................. 3/206
6SL3000-2AH31-0AA0 ................................. 3/206
6SL3000-2AH31-5AA0 ................................. 3/206
6SL3000-2AH31-8AA0 ................................. 3/206
6SL3000-2AH32-4AA0 ................................. 3/206
6SL3000-2AH32-6AA0 ................................. 3/206
6SL3000-2AH33-6AA0 ................................. 3/206
6SL3000-2AH34-5AA0 ................................. 3/206
6SL3000-2AH34-7AA0 ................................. 3/206
6SL3000-2AH35-8AA0 ................................. 3/206
6SL3000-2AH38-1AA0 ................................. 3/206
6SL3000-2AH41-0AA0 ................................. 3/206
6SL3000-2AH41-1AA0 ................................. 3/206
6SL3000-2AH41-3AA0 ................................. 3/206
6SL3000-2BE21-0AA0 ................................. 3/201
6SL3000-2BE26-0AA0 ................................. 3/201
6SL3000-2BE32-1AA0 ................................. 3/206
6SL3000-2BE32-6AA0 ................................. 3/206
6SL3040-0PA00-0AA1 ..................................3/212
6SL3040-0PA01-0AA0 ..................................3/214
6SL3040-1LA00-0AA0 ....................................3/17
6SL3040-1LA01-0AA0 ....................................3/17
6SL3040-1MA00-0AA0 ...................................3/21
6SL3040-1MA01-0AA0 ...................................3/21
6SL3060-4AD00-0AA0 .................................. 8/24
6SL3060-4AF00-0AA0 ................................... 8/24
6SL3060-4AF10-0AA0 ................................... 8/24
6SL3060-4AH00-0AA0 .................................. 8/24
6SL3060-4AJ20-0AA0 ................................... 8/24
6SL3060-4AK00-0AA0 ................................... 8/24
6SL3060-4AM00-0AA0 .................................. 8/24
6SL3060-4AP00-0AA0 ................................... 8/24
6SL3060-4AU00-0AA0 .................................. 8/24
6SL3060-4AW00-0AA0 .................................. 8/24
6SL3060-4AA10-0AA0 ................................. 3/116
6SL3060-4AK00-0AA0 ................................. 3/116
6SL3060-4AP00-0AA0 ................................. 3/116
6SL3060-4AU00-0AA0 ................................ 3/116
6SL3060-4DX04-0AA0 ................................. 3/239
6SL3053-...
6SL3064-...
6SL3000-2BE33-2AA0
6SL3000-2BE33-8AA0
6SL3000-2BE35-0AA0
6SL3000-2CE32-3AA0
6SL3000-2CE32-8AA0
6SL3000-2CE33-3AA0
6SL3000-2CE34-1AA0
.................................3/206
.................................3/206
.................................3/206
.................................3/208
.................................3/208
.................................3/208
.................................3/208
6SL3040-...
6SL3053-0AA00-3AA1 .................................3/236
6SL3054-...
6SL3054-0EF00-1BA0 ...........................3/18, 3/22
6SL3054-0EF00-1BA0-ZF01 .................3/18, 3/22
6SL3054-0EF00-1BA0-ZF02 ..........................3/22
6SL3054-0EF00-1BA0-ZF03 ..........................3/22
6SL3054-0EF01-1BA0 ....................................3/22
6SL3054-0EF01-1BA0-ZF01 ..........................3/22
6SL3054-0EF01-1BA0-ZF02 ..........................3/22
6SL3054-0EF01-1BA0-ZF03 ..........................3/22
6SL3054-0EF01-1BA0-ZF04 ..........................3/22
6SL3054-0EF01-1BA0-ZF05 ..........................3/22
6SL3054-0EF01-1BA0-ZF06 ..........................3/22
6SL3054-0EG00-1BA0 ..........................3/18, 3/22
6SL3054-0EG00-1BA0-ZF01 .................3/18, 3/22
6SL3054-0EG00-1BA0-ZF02 ..........................3/22
6SL3054-0EG00-1BA0-ZF03 ..........................3/22
6SL3054-0EG01-1BA0 ...................................3/22
6SL3054-0EG01-1BA0-ZF01 ..........................3/22
6SL3054-0EG01-1BA0-ZF02 ..........................3/22
6SL3054-0EG01-1BA0-ZF03 ..........................3/22
6SL3054-0EG01-1BA0-ZF04 ..........................3/22
6SL3054-0EG01-1BA0-ZF05 ..........................3/22
6SL3054-0EG01-1BA0-ZF06 ..........................3/22
6SL3064-1BB00-0AA0 ................................... 3/21
6SL3066-...
6SL3066-2DA00-0AA0 .................................. 8/45
6SL3066-2DA00-0AB0 .................................. 8/46
6SL3066-4CA00-0AA0 ............... 3/17, 3/21, 3/47,
..................................................... 3/53, 3/67, 3/78,
................................................... 3/87, 3/95, 3/105,
............................................... 3/114, 3/128, 3/140,
............................................... 3/150, 3/153, 3/165,
............................................... 3/175, 3/212, 3/214,
............................................... 3/216, 3/221, 3/223,
............................................... 3/226, 3/229, 3/232,
.................................................... 3/234, 9/39, 9/51
6SL3066-4CA01-0AA0 ................................ 3/218
6SL3070-...
6SL3070-0AA00-0AG0 .................................. 13/2
6SL3072-...
6SL3072-0AA00-0AG0 ................ 3/17, 3/21, 3/23
6SL3074-...
6SL3074-0AA01-0AA0 ................................... 3/22
6SL3074-0AA10-0AA0 .......................... 3/18, 3/22
6SL3075-...
6SL3075-0AA00-0AG0 ................................ 14/31
6SL3055-...
6SL3097-...
6SL3055-0AA00-2CA0 .................................3/210
6SL3055-0AA00-2EB0 .................................3/211
6SL3055-0AA00-2TA0 ..................................3/219
6SL3055-0AA00-3AA1 .................................3/223
6SL3055-0AA00-3BA0 .................................3/229
6SL3055-0AA00-3FA0 .......................3/221, 10/49
6SL3055-0AA00-3HA0 .................................10/49
6SL3055-0AA00-3KA0 .................................3/232
6SL3055-0AA00-3LA0 ..................................3/234
6SL3055-0AA00-3PA1 ..................................3/226
6SL3055-0AA00-4BA0 .................................3/209
6SL3055-0AA00-5AA3 .................................3/242
6SL3055-0AA00-5BA3 .................................3/243
6SL3055-0AA00-5CA2 .................................3/244
6SL3055-0AA00-5EA3 .................................3/245
6SL3055-0AA00-5HA3 .................................3/245
6SL3055-0AA00-5JA3 ..................................3/247
6SL3055-0AA00-5KA3 .................................3/247
6SL3055-0AA00-6AA0 .................................3/216
6SL3055-0AA00-6AB0 .................................3/218
6SL3097-4A... .............................................. 14/29
6SL3097-4CA00-0YG1 ................................ 14/28
6SL3060-...
6SL3060-4AA10-0AA0 ...................................8/24
6SL3060-4AA50-0AA0 ...................................8/24
6SL3060-4AB00-0AA0 ...................................8/24
6SL31...
6SL3100-0BE21-6AB0
6SL3100-0BE23-6AB0
6SL3100-0BE25-5AB0
6SL3100-0BE28-0AB0
6SL3100-0BE31-2AB0
6SL3100-1AE31-0AB0
6SL3100-1BE31-0AA0
6SL3100-1CE14-0AA0
6SL3100-1DE22-0AA1
6SL3100-1VE00-0AA0
6SL3120-1TE13-0AA3
6SL3120-1TE15-0AA3
6SL3120-1TE21-0AA3
6SL3120-1TE21-8AA3
6SL3120-1TE23-0AA3
6SL3120-1TE24-5AA3
6SL3120-1TE26-0AA3
6SL3120-1TE28-5AA3
6SL3120-1TE31-3AA3
6SL3120-1TE32-0AA4
6SL3120-2TE13-0AA3
................................. 3/116
................................. 3/116
................................. 3/116
................................. 3/116
................................. 3/116
................................. 3/181
................................. 3/188
................................. 3/193
................................. 3/195
................................. 3/197
................................. 3/150
................................. 3/150
................................. 3/150
................................. 3/150
................................. 3/150
................................. 3/150
................................. 3/150
................................. 3/150
................................. 3/150
................................. 3/150
................................. 3/175
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Appendix
Indexes
Order number index
16
6SL3120-2TE15-0AA3 ................................. 3/175
6SL3120-2TE21-0AA3 ................................. 3/175
6SL3120-2TE21-8AA3 ................................. 3/175
6SL3121-1TE13-0AA3 ................................. 3/150
6SL3121-1TE15-0AA3 ................................. 3/150
6SL3121-1TE21-0AA3 ................................. 3/150
6SL3121-1TE21-8AA3 ................................. 3/150
6SL3121-1TE23-0AA3 ................................. 3/150
6SL3121-1TE24-5AA3 ................................. 3/150
6SL3121-1TE26-0AA3 ................................. 3/150
6SL3121-1TE28-5AA3 ................................. 3/150
6SL3121-1TE31-3AA3 ................................. 3/150
6SL3121-1TE32-0AA4 ................................. 3/150
6SL3121-2TE13-0AA3 ................................. 3/175
6SL3121-2TE15-0AA3 ................................. 3/175
6SL3121-2TE21-0AA3 ................................. 3/175
6SL3121-2TE21-8AA3 ................................. 3/175
6SL3125-1TE32-0AA4 ................................. 3/150
6SL3126-1TE13-0AA3 ................................. 3/150
6SL3126-1TE15-0AA3 ................................. 3/150
6SL3126-1TE21-0AA3 ................................. 3/150
6SL3126-1TE21-8AA3 ................................. 3/150
6SL3126-1TE23-0AA3 ................................. 3/150
6SL3126-1TE24-5AA3 ................................. 3/150
6SL3126-1TE26-0AA3 ................................. 3/150
6SL3126-1TE28-5AA3 ................................. 3/150
6SL3126-1TE31-3AA3 ................................. 3/150
6SL3126-1TE32-0AA4 ................................. 3/150
6SL3126-2TE13-0AA3 ................................. 3/175
6SL3126-2TE15-0AA3 ................................. 3/175
6SL3126-2TE21-0AA3 ................................. 3/175
6SL3126-2TE21-8AA3 ................................. 3/175
6SL3130-1TE22-0AA0 ................................... 3/67
6SL3130-1TE24-0AA0 ................................... 3/67
6SL3130-1TE31-0AA0 ................................... 3/67
6SL3130-6AE15-0AB1 ................................... 3/95
6SL3130-6AE21-0AB1 ................................... 3/95
6SL3130-6TE21-6AA3 ................................... 3/95
6SL3130-6TE23-6AA3 ................................... 3/95
6SL3130-6TE25-5AA3 ................................... 3/95
6SL3130-7TE21-6AA3 ................................. 3/114
6SL3130-7TE23-6AA3 ................................. 3/114
6SL3130-7TE25-5AA3 ................................. 3/114
6SL3130-7TE28-0AA3 ................................. 3/114
6SL3130-7TE31-2AA3 ................................. 3/114
6SL3131-6AE15-0AA1 ................................... 3/95
6SL3131-6AE21-0AA1 ................................... 3/95
6SL3131-6TE21-6AA3 ................................... 3/95
6SL3131-6TE23-6AA3 ................................... 3/95
6SL3131-6TE25-5AA3 ................................... 3/95
6SL3131-7TE21-6AA3 ................................. 3/114
6SL3131-7TE23-6AA3 ................................. 3/114
6SL3131-7TE25-5AA3 ................................. 3/114
6SL3131-7TE28-0AA3 ................................. 3/114
6SL3131-7TE31-2AA3 ................................. 3/114
6SL3135-7TE31-2AA3 ................................. 3/114
6SL3136-1TE22-0AA0 ................................... 3/67
6SL3136-1TE24-0AA0 ................................... 3/67
6SL3136-1TE31-0AA0 ................................... 3/67
6SL3136-6AE15-0AA1 ................................... 3/95
6SL3136-6AE21-0AA1 ................................... 3/95
6SL3136-7TE21-6AA3 ................................. 3/114
6SL3136-7TE23-6AA3 ................................. 3/114
6SL3136-7TE25-5AA3 ................................. 3/114
6SL3136-7TE28-0AA3 ................................. 3/114
6SL3136-7TE31-2AA3 ................................. 3/114
6SL3160-8CD10-0AA0 ................................ 3/116
6SL3160-8DF10-0AA0 ................................. 3/116
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6SL3160-8EH10-0AA0 .................................3/116
6SL3160-8FM10-0AA0 .................................3/116
6SL3162-2MA00-0AA0 ...................................8/43
6SL3162-1AF00-0AA1 ..........................3/67, 3/95,
...........................................................3/114, 3/150
6SL3162-1AF00-0BA1 ..............3/67, 3/114, 3/150
6SL3162-1AH00-0AA0 ......................3/114, 3/150
6SL3162-1AH01-0AA0 .............3/67, 3/114, 3/150
6SL3162-1AH01-0BA0 .............3/67, 3/114, 3/150
6SL3162-2AA00-0AA0 ................3/67, 3/87, 3/95,
...............................................3/114, 3/140, 3/150,
...........................................................3/165, 3/175
6SL3162-2AA01-0AA0 ................3/67, 3/87, 3/95,
...............................................3/114, 3/140, 3/150,
...........................................................3/165, 3/175
6SL3162-2BD00-0AA0 ................3/67, 3/87, 3/95,
...............................................3/114, 3/140, 3/150,
................................................3/165, 3/175, 3/196
6SL3162-2BM00-0AA0 .........................3/67, 3/95,
................................................3/114, 3/150, 3/196
6SL3162-2BM01-0AA0 .........................3/67, 3/87,
............................................................3/95, 3/114,
..........................................................3/140, 3/150,
................................................3/165, 3/175, 3/196
6SL3162-2DB00-0AA0 ......................3/150, 3/175
6SL3162-2DD00-0AA0 ......................3/150, 3/175
6SL3162-2MA00-0AA0 ......................3/150, 3/175
6SL3162-8AB00-0AA0 ......................3/150, 3/175
6SL3162-8BD00-0AA0 ......................3/150, 3/175
6SL3162-8CF00-0AA0 .................................3/150
6SL3162-8DH00-0AA0 .................................3/150
6SL3162-8EM00-0AA0 .................................3/150
6SL3163-1AF00-0AA0 ..................................3/116
6SL3163-1AH00-0AA0 .................................3/116
6SL3163-1AM00-0AA0 .................................3/116
6SL3163-8FD00-0AA0 ........................3/95, 3/114
6SL3163-8GF00-0AA0 ........................3/95, 3/114
6SL3163-8HH00-0AA0 .................................3/114
6SL3163-8JM00-0AA0 .................................3/114
6SL3163-8KB00-0AA0 ...................................3/95
6SL3163-8LD00-0AA0 ...................................3/67
6SL3166-3AB00-0AA0 ................3/47, 3/53, 3/67,
.....................................................3/78, 3/87, 3/95,
...............................................3/105, 3/114, 3/116,
...............................................3/128, 3/140, 3/150,
...............................................3/153, 3/165, 3/175,
...............................................3/179, 3/181, 3/185,
................................................3/193, 3/195, 3/197
6SL32...
6SL3201-0BE12-0AA0 .................................3/186
6SL3202-0AE21-0CA0 .................................3/200
6SL3202-0AJ23-2CA0 ..................................3/200
6SL3203-0CD21-0AA0 ...................................3/43
6SL3203-0CD21-4AA0 ...................................3/43
6SL3203-0CD22-2AA0 ...................................3/43
6SL3203-0CD23-5AA0 ...................................3/43
6SL3203-0CD25-3AA0 ...................................3/43
6SL3203-0CJ24-5AA0 ....................................3/43
6SL3203-0CJ28-6AA0 ....................................3/43
6SL3210-1SB11-0AA0 ...................................3/37
6SL3210-1SB11-0UA0 ...................................3/37
6SL3210-1SB12-3AA0 ...................................3/37
6SL3210-1SB12-3UA0 ...................................3/37
6SL3210-1SB14-0AA0 ...................................3/37
6SL3210-1SB14-0UA0 ...................................3/37
6SL3210-1SE11-3UA0 ...................................3/37
6SL3210-1SE11-7UA0 ...................................3/37
6SL3210-1SE12-2UA0 ...................................3/37
6SL3210-1SE13-1UA0 ...................................3/37
6SL3210-1SE14-1UA0 ...................................3/37
6SL3210-1SE16-0AA0 ....................................3/37
6SL3210-1SE16-0UA0 ...................................3/37
6SL3210-1SE17-7AA0 ................................... 3/37
6SL3210-1SE17-7UA0 ................................... 3/37
6SL3210-1SE21-0AA0 ................................... 3/37
6SL3210-1SE21-0UA0 ................................... 3/37
6SL3210-1SE21-8AA0 ................................... 3/37
6SL3210-1SE21-8UA0 ................................... 3/37
6SL3210-1SE22-5AA0 ................................... 3/37
6SL3210-1SE22-5UA0 ................................... 3/37
6SL3210-1SE23-2AA0 ................................... 3/37
6SL3210-1SE23-2UA0 ................................... 3/37
6SL3210-1SE23-8AA0 ................................... 3/37
6SL3210-1SE23-8UA0 ................................... 3/37
6SL3210-1SE24-5AA0 ................................... 3/37
6SL3210-1SE24-5UA0 ................................... 3/37
6SL3210-1SE26-0AA0 ................................... 3/37
6SL3210-1SE26-0UA0 ................................... 3/37
6SL3210-1SE27-5AA0 ................................... 3/37
6SL3210-1SE27-5UA0 ................................... 3/37
6SL3210-1SE31-0AA0 ................................... 3/37
6SL3210-1SE31-0UA0 ................................... 3/37
6SL3210-1SE31-1AA0 ................................... 3/37
6SL3210-1SE31-1UA0 ................................... 3/37
6SL3210-1SE31-5AA0 ................................... 3/37
6SL3210-1SE31-5UA0 ................................... 3/37
6SL3210-1SE31-8AA0 ................................... 3/37
6SL3210-1SE31-8UA0 ................................... 3/37
6SL3252-0BB01-0AA0 ................................. 3/238
6SL3262-1AA00-0BA0 ................................... 3/37
6SL3262-1AB00-0DA0 .................................. 3/37
6SL3262-1AC00-0DA0 .................................. 3/37
6SL3262-1AD00-0DA0 .................................. 3/37
6SL3262-1AF00-0DA0 ................................... 3/37
6SL33...
6SL3300-1AE31-3AA0 ................................. 3/185
6SL3300-1AE32-5AA0 ................................. 3/185
6SL3300-1AE32-5BA0 ................................. 3/185
6SL3300-1AF31-3AA0 ................................. 3/185
6SL3300-1AF32-5AA0 ................................. 3/185
6SL3300-1AF32-5BA0 ................................. 3/185
6SL3300-1AH31-3AA0 ................................ 3/185
6SL3300-1AH32-5AA0 ................................ 3/185
6SL3300-1AH32-5BA0 ................................ 3/185
6SL3300-7TE32-6AA0 ................................. 3/133
6SL3300-7TE33-8AA0 ................................. 3/133
6SL3300-7TE35-0AA0 ................................. 3/133
6SL3300-7TE38-4AA0 ................................. 3/133
6SL3300-7TE41-4AA0 ................................. 3/133
6SL3300-7TG35-8AA0 ................................. 3/133
6SL3300-7TG37-4AA0 ................................. 3/133
6SL3300-7TG41-3AA0 ................................. 3/133
6SL3310-1TE32-1AA3 ................................... 3/47
6SL3310-1TE32-6AA3 ................................... 3/47
6SL3310-1TE33-1AA3 ................................... 3/47
6SL3310-1TE33-8AA3 ................................... 3/47
6SL3310-1TE35-0AA3 ................................... 3/47
6SL3315-1TE32-1AA3 ................................... 3/53
6SL3315-1TE32-6AA3 ................................... 3/53
6SL3315-1TE33-1AA3 ................................... 3/53
6SL3315-1TE35-0AA3 ................................... 3/53
6SL3320-1TE32-1AA3 ................................. 3/153
6SL3320-1TE32-6AA3 ................................. 3/153
6SL3320-1TE33-1AA3 ................................. 3/153
6SL3320-1TE33-8AA3 ................................. 3/153
6SL3320-1TE35-0AA3 ................................. 3/153
6SL3320-1TE36-1AA3 ................................. 3/153
6SL3320-1TE37-5AA3 ................................. 3/153
6SL3320-1TE38-4AA3 ................................. 3/153
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Appendix
Indexes
Order number index
6SL3320-1TE41-0AA3 ................................. 3/153
6SL3320-1TE41-2AA3 ................................. 3/153
6SL3320-1TE41-4AA3 ................................. 3/153
6SL3320-1TG28-5AA3 ................................. 3/153
6SL3320-1TG31-0AA3 ................................. 3/153
6SL3320-1TG31-2AA3 ................................. 3/153
6SL3320-1TG31-5AA3 ................................. 3/153
6SL3320-1TG31-8AA3 ................................. 3/153
6SL3320-1TG32-2AA3 ................................. 3/153
6SL3320-1TG32-6AA3 ................................. 3/153
6SL3320-1TG33-3AA3 ................................. 3/153
6SL3320-1TG34-1AA3 ................................. 3/153
6SL3320-1TG34-7AA3 ................................. 3/153
6SL3320-1TG35-8AA3 ................................. 3/153
6SL3320-1TG37-4AA3 ................................. 3/153
6SL3320-1TG38-1AA3 ................................. 3/153
6SL3320-1TG38-8AA3 ................................. 3/153
6SL3320-1TG41-0AA3 ................................. 3/153
6SL3320-1TG41-3AA3 ................................. 3/153
6SL3330-1TE34-2AA3 ................................... 3/78
6SL3330-1TE35-3AA3 ................................... 3/78
6SL3330-1TE38-2AA3 ................................... 3/78
6SL3330-1TE41-2AA3 ................................... 3/78
6SL3330-1TE41-5AA3 ................................... 3/78
6SL3330-1TG33-0AA3 ................................... 3/78
6SL3330-1TG34-3AA3 ................................... 3/78
6SL3330-1TG36-8AA3 ................................... 3/78
6SL3330-1TG41-1AA3 ................................... 3/78
6SL3330-1TG41-4AA3 ................................... 3/78
6SL3330-6TE35-5AA3 ................................. 3/105
6SL3330-6TE37-3AA3 ................................. 3/105
6SL3330-6TE41-1AA3 ................................. 3/105
6SL3330-6TE41-3AA3 ................................. 3/105
6SL3330-6TE41-7AA3 ................................. 3/105
6SL3330-6TG35-5AA3 ................................. 3/105
6SL3330-6TG38-8AA3 ................................. 3/105
6SL3330-6TG41-2AA3 ................................. 3/105
6SL3330-6TG41-7AA3 ................................. 3/105
6SL3330-7TE32-1AA3 ................................. 3/128
6SL3330-7TE32-6AA3 ................................. 3/128
6SL3330-7TE33-8AA3 ................................. 3/128
6SL3330-7TE35-0AA3 ................................. 3/128
6SL3330-7TE36-1AA3 ................................. 3/128
6SL3330-7TE37-5AA3 ................................. 3/128
6SL3330-7TE38-4AA3 ................................. 3/128
6SL3330-7TE41-0AA3 ................................. 3/128
6SL3330-7TE41-2AA3 ................................. 3/128
6SL3330-7TE41-4AA3 ................................. 3/128
6SL3330-7TG35-8AA3 ................................. 3/128
6SL3330-7TG37-4AA3 ................................. 3/128
6SL3330-7TG41-0AA3 ................................. 3/128
6SL3330-7TG41-3AA3 ................................. 3/128
6SL3355-2DX00-1AA0 ................................. 3/239
6SL3366-2NG00-0AA0 ................................ 3/185
6SL34...
7MH...
6SL3400-1AE31-0AA0 .................................3/179
6SL3420-1TE13-0AA1 ..................................3/140
6SL3420-1TE15-0AA1 ..................................3/140
6SL3420-1TE21-0AA1 ..................................3/140
6SL3420-1TE21-8AA1 ..................................3/140
6SL3420-2TE11-7AA1 ..................................3/165
6SL3420-2TE13-0AA1 ..................................3/165
6SL3420-2TE15-0AA1 ..................................3/165
6SL3430-6TE21-6AA1 ....................................3/87
6SL3462-1CC00-0AA0 ...........3/140, 3/165, 3/179
7MH4910-0AA01 ......................................... 10/30
7MH4920-0AA01 ......................................... 10/30
6SN...
E86060-...
6SN1113-1AA00-0DA0 ................................3/188
6SN1197-0A... ..............................................14/30
6SW...
6SW1700-0JA00-0AB2 ...................................3/27
6SW1700-0JA00-1AB2 ...................................3/27
6SW1700-0JD00-0AB2 ..................................3/27
6SW1700-5JA00-5AA0 ...................................3/27
6SW1700-5JA00-5AA1 ...................................3/27
6SW1700-5JA00-5AA4 ...................................3/27
6SW1700-5JC00-1AC0 ..................................3/27
6SW1700-5JC00-5AA0 ..................................3/27
6SW1700-5JC00-5AA4 ..................................3/27
6SW1700-5JD00-1AC0 ..................................3/27
6SW1700-6JD00-1AA0 ..................................3/27
6SW1700-7JD00-0AA0 ..................................3/27
6SW1700-7JD00-0AA4 ..................................3/27
6SW1700-7JD00-1AA0 ..................................3/27
6SW1700-7JD00-1AA4 ..................................3/27
6SW1700-8JD00-0AA0 ..................................3/27
6SW1700-8JD00-0AA4 ..................................3/27
6SW1700-8JD01-0AA0 ..................................3/27
8WA...
8WA2842 ..................................................... 10/34
8WA2868 ..................................................... 10/34
8WA8848-2AY .............................................. 10/34
8WA8861-0AB ............................................. 10/34
8WA8861-0AC ............................................. 10/34
8WA8861-0DA ............................................. 10/34
E86060-K4670-... ......................................... 14/28
E86060-K4680-... ......................................... 14/28
E86060-K4921-... ......................................... 14/28
ISBN...
ISBN 978-3-89578-189-6 ............................... 7/11
ISBN 3-89578-189-4 .................................... 14/28
SSC...
SSC31 ............................................................ 3/53
SSC81 ............................................................ 3/53
VXP...
VXP45.15-2.5 ................................................. 3/53
6XV...
6XV1801-5DH20 ............................................. 7/12
6XV1801-5DH30 ............................................. 7/12
6XV1801-5DH50 ............................................. 7/12
6XV1801-5DN10 ............................................. 7/12
6XV1801-5DN15 ............................................. 7/12
6XV1840-2AH10 ........................ 3/211, 9/11, 9/26,
.............................................9/39, 9/51, 9/56, 10/8
6XV1840-3AH10 ............... 3/211, 7/12, 9/11, 9/26,
.............................................9/39, 9/51, 9/56, 10/8
6XV1840-4AH10 ........................ 3/211, 9/11, 9/26,
.............................................9/39, 9/51, 9/56, 10/8
6XV1870-2B .....................3/211, 9/11, 9/26, 9/39,
......................................................9/51, 9/56, 10/8
6XV1870-2D .....................3/211, 9/11, 9/26, 9/39,
......................................................9/51, 9/56, 10/8
6XV1871-5TH20 ............................................. 7/12
6XV1871-5TH30 ............................................. 7/12
6XV1871-5TH50 ............................................. 7/12
6XV1871-5TN10 ............................................. 7/12
6XV1871-5TN15 ............................................. 7/12
6XV1878-2A ...................................................9/51
6XV1878-2B ...................................................9/51
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Appendix
Conversion tables
■ Rotary inertia (to convert from A to B, multiply by entry in table)
A
lb-in2
B lb-in2
1
lb-ft2
lb-in-s2
lb-ft-s2
slug-ft2
kg-cm2
kg-cm-s2
gm-cm2
gm-cm-s2
oz-in2
oz-in-s2
6.94 × 10–3
2.59 × 10–3
2.15 × 10–4
2.926
2.98 × 10–3
2.92 × 103
2.984
16
4.14 × 10–2
421.40
0.4297
4.21 × 105
429.71
2304
5.967
1.129 × 103 1.152
lb-ft2
144
1
0.3729
3.10 × 10–2
lb-in-s2
386.08
2.681
1
8.33 × 10–2
32.17
12
1
1.35 × 104
13.825
2.37 × 10–3
8.85 × 10–4
7.37 × 10–5
1
1.019 × 10–3 1000
0.8679
7.23 × 10–2
lb-ft-s2
slug-ft2
kg-cm2
kg-cm-s2
gm-cm2
gm-cm-s2
oz-in2
oz-in-s2
4.63 × 103
0.3417
335.1
2.327
3.417 × 10–4 2.37 × 10–6
8.85 × 10–7
7.37 × 10–8
0.335
2.32 × 10–3
8.67 × 10–4
7.23 × 10–5
0.0625
4.34 × 10–4
1.61 × 10–4
1.34 × 10–5
0.1675
6.25 × 10–2
5.20 × 10–3
24.13
1.129 × 106 1.152 × 103 6.177 × 103 16
1.355 × 107 1.38 × 104
192
1.019
5.46
1.41 × 10–2
13.887
1000
1
1.01 × 10–3
5.36 × 103
0.9806
1 × 10–3
980.6
1
5.36
1.38 × 10–2
0.182
1.86 × 10–4
182.9
0.186
1
2.59 × 10–3
70.615
7.20 × 10–2
7.09 × 104
72.0
386.08
1
980.66
1 × 10–3
1
1.01 × 10–6
9.8 × 105
7.41 × 104
5.46 × 10–3
1.41 × 10–5
■ Torque (to convert from A to B, multiply by entry in table)
A
lb-in
B lb-in
1
lb-ft
oz-in
N-m
kg-cm
kg-m
gm-cm
dyne-cm
8.333 × 10–2
16
0.113
1.152
1.152 × 10–2
1.152 × 103
1.129 × 106
1.355 × 107
lb-ft
12
1
oz-in
6.25 × 10–2
5.208 × 10–3
N-m
8.850
kg-cm
0.8679
0.737
7.233 × 10–2
192
1.355
13.825
0.138
1.382 × 104
1
7.061 × 10–3
7.200 × 10–2
7.200 × 10–4
72.007
7.061 × 104
0.102
1.019 × 104
1 × 107
141.612
1
9.806 × 10–2
13.877
10.197
1
10–2
1000
9.806 × 105
9.806 × 107
kg-m
86.796
7.233
1.388 × 103
9.806
100
1
1 × 105
gm-cm
8.679 × 10–4
7.233 × 10–5
1.388 × 10–2
9.806 × 10–5
1 × 10–3
1 × 10–5
1
980.665
dyne-cm
8.850 × 10–7
7.375 × 10–8
1.416 × 10–5
10–7
1.0197 × 10–6
1.019 × 10–8
1.019 × 10–3
1
■ Length (to convert from A to B, multiply by entry in table)
A
inches
B inches
1
feet
cm
yd
mm
m
0.0833
2.54
0.028
25.4
0.0254
feet
12
1
cm
0.3937
0.03281 1
yd
36
3
mm
0.03937 0.00328 0.1
1.09 × 10–3 1
0.001
m
39.37
1.09
1
3.281
30.48 0.333
91.44 1
100
304.8 0.3048
1.09 × 10–2 10
914.4 0.914
1000
■ Power (to convert from A to B, multiply by entry in table)
A
B HP
0.01
Watts
■ Force (to convert from A to B, multiply by entry in table)
A
B lb
oz
gm
dyne
1
16
453.6
4.448 × 105
× 104
lb
4.4482
0.27801
oz
0.0625
1
28.35
2.780
gm
2.205 × 10–3
0.03527
1
1.02 × 10–3
N.A.
dyne
2.248 × 10–6
3.59 × 10–5
980.7
1
0.00001
N
0.22481
3.5967
N.A.
100000
1
■ Mass (to convert from A to B, multiply by entry in table)
A
B lb
oz
16
gm
lb
1
hp (English)
1
745.7
oz
6.25 × 10–2 1
(lb-in) (deg./s)
2.645 × 10–6
1.972 × 10–3
gm
2.205 × 10–3 3.527 × 10–2 1
(lb-in) (rpm)
1.587 × 10–5
(lb-ft) (deg./s)
3.173 × 10–5
1.183 × 10–2
(lb-ft) (rpm)
1.904 × 10–4
0.1420
Watts
1.341 × 10–3
1
2.366 × 10–2
N
kg
2.205
35.27
slug
32.17
514.8
kg
slug
453.6
0.4536 0.0311
28.35
0.02835 1.93 × 10–3
103
1.459 × 104
10–3
6.852 × 10–5
1
6.852 × 10–2
14.59
1
■ Rotation (to convert from A to B, multiply by entry in table)
A
B rpm
rad/s
degrees/s
rpm
1
0.105
6.0
rad/s
9.55
1
57.30
degrees/s
0.167
1.745 × 10–2
1
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Appendix
Conversion tables
■ Temperature Conversion
°F
0
■ Material Densities
°C
°C
–17.8
–10
Material
lb-in3
gm-cm3
14
Aluminum
0.096
2.66
8.30
°F
32
0
0
32
Brass
0.299
50
10
10
50
Bronze
0.295
8.17
70
21.1
20
68
Copper
0.322
8.91
90
32.2
30
86
Hard wood
0.029
0.80
98.4
37
37
98.4
Soft wood
0.018
0.48
212
Plastic
0.040
1.11
and add 32
Glass
0.079–0.090
2.2–2.5
Titanium
0.163
4.51
Paper
0.025–0.043
0.7–1.2
Polyvinyl chloride
0.047–0.050
1.3–1.4
Rubber
0.033–0.036
0.92–0.99
212
100
subtract 32 and multiply by
100
5/
9
multiply by
9/
5
■ Mechanism Efficiencies
Acme-screw with brass nut
~0.35–0.65
Acme-screw with plastic nut
~0.50–0.85
Ball-screw
~0.85–0.95
Chain and sprocket
~0.95–0.98
Preloaded ball-screw
~0.75–0.85
Spur or bevel-gears
~0.90
Timing belts
~0.96–0.98
Worm gears
~0.45–0.85
Helical gear (1 reduction)
~0.92
■ Friction Coefficients
Materials
μ
Steel on steel (greased)
~0.15
Plastic on steel
~0.15–0.25
Copper on steel
~0.30
Brass on steel
~0.35
Aluminum on steel
~0.45
Steel on steel
~0.58
Mechanism
16
μ
Ball bushings
<0.001
Linear bearings
<0.001
Dove-tail slides
~0.2++
Gibb ways
~0.5++
1)
The table shows approximate SWG/AWG sizes nearest to standard metric
sizes; the cross-sections do not match exactly.
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Silicone rubber, without filler 0.043
1.2
Cast iron, gray
0.274
7.6
Steel
0.280
7.75
Standard Wire
Gauge (SWG)
American Wire
Gauge (AWG)
0.2
25
24
0.3
23
22
0.5
21
20
0.75
20
19
1.0
19
18
1.5
17
16
2.5
15
13
4
13
11
6
12
9
10
9
7
16
7
6
25
5
3
35
3
2
50
0
1/0
■ Wire Gauges1)
Cross-section
mm2
70
000
2/0
95
00000
3/0
120
0000000
4/0
150
–
6/0
185
–
7/0
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Appendix
Metal surcharges
■ Explanation of the raw material/metal surcharges1)
Surcharge calculation
To compensate for variations in the price of the raw materials
silver, copper, aluminum, lead, gold, dysprosium2) and/or
neodym2), surcharges are calculated on a daily basis using
the so-called metal factor for products containing these raw
materials. A surcharge for the respective raw material is calculated as a supplement to the price of a product if the basic
official price of the raw material in question is exceeded.
The surcharges are calculated in accordance with the following
criteria:
• Basic official price of the raw material
Basic official price from the day prior to receipt of the order or
prior to release order (daily price) for3)
- Silver (sales price, processed)
- Gold (sales price, processed)
Percentage method
Use of the percentage method is indicated by the letters A-Z at
the respective digit of the metal factor.
The surcharge is increased - dependent on the deviation of the
daily price compared with the basic official price - using the percentage method in "steps" and consequently offers surcharges
that remain constant within the framework of this "step range".
A higher percentage rate is charged for each new step. The
respective percentage level can be found in the table below.
Metal factor examples
LEA–––––
Basis for % surcharge: List price
Silver Basis 150 €, Step 50 €, 0.5 %
4)
and for
- Copper (lower DEL notation + 1 %)
- Aluminum (aluminum in cables)
- Lead (lead in cables)
• Metal factor of the products
Certain products are displayed with a metal factor. The metal
factor determines the official price (for those raw materials
concerned) as of which the metal surcharges are applied and
the calculation method used (weight or percentage method).
An exact explanation is given below.
Structure of the metal factor
Copper Basis 150 €, Step 50 €, 0.1 %
No surcharge for aluminum
No surcharge for lead
No surcharge for gold
No surcharge for dysprosium
No surcharge for neodym
N –A6 ––––
Basis for % surcharge: Customer net price
The metal factor consists of several digits; the first digit indicates
whether the percentage method of calculation refers to the list
price or a possible discounted price (customer net price) (L = list
price / N = customer net price).
No surcharge for silver
Copper Basis 150 €, Step 50 €, 0.1 %
Aluminum acc. to weight, basic offic. price 225 €
The remaining digits indicate the method of calculation used for
the respective raw material. If no surcharge is added for a raw
material, a "-" is used.
1st digit
List or customer net price using the percentage method
2nd digit
for silver (AG)
3rd digit
for copper (CU)
4th digit
for aluminum (AL)
5th digit
for lead (PB)
6th digit
for gold (AU)
7th digit
for dysprosium (Dy)2)
8th digit
for neodym (Nd)2)
No surcharge for lead
No surcharge for gold
No surcharge for dysprosium
No surcharge for neodym
– –3 – – – – –
Weight method
The weight method uses the basic official price, the daily price
and the raw material weight. In order to calculate the surcharge,
the basic official price must be subtracted from the daily price.
The difference is then multiplied by the raw material weight.
No basis necessary
No surcharge for silver
Copper acc. to weight, basic official price 150 €
No surcharge for aluminum
No surcharge for lead
No surcharge for gold
No surcharge for dysprosium
No surcharge for neodym
The basic official price can be found in the table below using the
number (1 to 9) of the respective digit of the metal factor. The raw
material weight can be found in the respective product descriptions.
1)
2)
3)
4)
Refer to the separate explanation on the next page regarding the raw materials dysprosium and neodym (= rare earths).
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For a different method of calculation, refer to the separate explanation for these raw materials on the next page.
Source: Umicore, Hanau (www.metalsmanagement.umicore.com).
Source: German Trade Association for Cables and Conductors (www.kabelverband.org).
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Appendix
Metal surcharges
■ Explanation of the raw material/metal surcharges for dysprosium and neodym (rare earths)
Surcharge calculation
To compensate for variations in the price of the raw materials
silver1), copper1), aluminum1), lead1), gold1), dysprosium and/or
neodym, surcharges are calculated on a daily basis using
the so-called metal factor for products containing these raw
materials. The surcharge for dysprosium and neodym is calculated as a supplement to the price of a product if the basic
official price of the raw material in question is exceeded.
The surcharge is calculated in accordance with the following
criteria:
• Basic official price of the raw material2)
Three-month basic average price (see below) in the period
before the quarter in which the order was received or the
release order took place (= average official price) for
- dysprosium (Dy metal, 99 % min. FOB China; USD/kg)
- neodym (Nd metal, 99 % min. FOB China; USD/kg)
• Metal factor of the products
Certain products are displayed with a metal factor. The metal
factor indicates (for those raw materials concerned) the basic
official price as of which the surcharges for dysprosium and
neodym are calculated using the weight method. An exact
explanation of the metal factor is given below.
Three-month average price
The prices of rare earths vary according to the foreign currency,
and there is no freely accessible stock exchange listing. This
makes it more difficult for all parties involved to monitor changes
in price. In order to avoid continuous adjustment of the surcharges, but to still ensure fair, transparent pricing, an average
price is calculated over a three-month period using the average
monthly foreign exchange rate from USD to EUR (source:
European Central Bank). Since not all facts are immediately
available at the start of each month, a one-month buffer is
allowed before the new average price applies.
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Structure of the metal factor
The metal factor consists of several digits; the first digit is not
relevant to the calculation of dysprosium and neodym.
The remaining digits indicate the method of calculation used for
the respective raw material. If no surcharge is added for a raw
material, a "-" is used.
1st digit
List or customer net price using the percentage method
2nd digit
for silver (AG)1)
3rd digit
for copper (CU)1)
4th digit
for aluminum (AL)1)
5th digit
for lead (PB)1)
6th digit
for gold (AU)1)
7th digit
for dysprosium (Dy)
8th digit
for neodym (Nd)
Weight method
The weight method uses the basic official price, the average
price and the raw material weight. In order to calculate the
surcharge, the basic official price must be subtracted from the
average price. The difference is then multiplied by the raw
material weight.
The basic official price can be found in the table below using the
number (1 to 9) of the respective digit of the metal factor. Your
Sales contact can inform you of the raw material weight.
Metal factor examples
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No basis necessary
Examples of calculation of the average official price:
No surcharge for silver
Period for calculation of
the average price:
Period during which the order/release order is
effected and the average price applies:
No surcharge for copper
Sep 2012 - Nov 2012
Q1 in 2013 (Jan - Mar)
No surcharge for aluminum
Dec 2012 - Feb 2013
Q2 in 2013 (Apr - Jun)
No surcharge for lead
Mar 2013 - May 2013
Q3 in 2013 (Jul - Sep)
Jun 2013 - Aug 2013
Q4 in 2013 (Oct - Dec)
1)
2)
No surcharge for gold
Dysprosium acc. to weight, basic official price
300 €
Neodym acc. to weight, basic official price 50 €
For a different method of calculation, refer to the separate explanation for these raw materials on the previous page.
Source: Asian Metal Ltd (www.asianmetal.com)
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Appendix
Metal surcharges
■ Values of the metal factor
Percentage
method
Basic official Step range
price
in €
in €
% surcharge
1st step
% surcharge
2nd step
% surcharge
3rd step
% surcharge
4th step
Price in €
Price in €
Price in €
Price in €
% surcharge
per additional step
150.01 - 200.00
200.01 - 250.00
250.01 - 300.00
300.01 - 350.00
A
150
50
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.1
B
150
50
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
0.2
C
150
50
0.3
0.6
0.9
1.2
0.3
D
150
50
0.4
0.8
1.2
1.6
0.4
E
150
50
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
0.5
F
150
50
0.6
1.2
1.8
2.4
0.6
G
150
50
1.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
1.0
H
150
50
1.2
2.4
3.6
4.8
1.2
I
150
50
1.6
3.2
4.8
6.4
1.6
J
150
50
1.8
3.6
5.4
7.2
1.8
175.01 - 225.00
225.01 - 275.00
275.01 - 325.00
325.01 - 375.00
O
175
50
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.1
P
175
50
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
0.2
R
175
50
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
0.5
225.01 - 275.00
275.01 - 325.00
325.01 - 375.00
375.01 - 425.00
S
225
50
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
0.2
U
225
50
1.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
1.0
V
225
50
1.0
1.5
2.0
3.0
1.0
W
225
50
1.0
Y
Z
150
400
25
25
1.2
2.5
3.5
4.5
150.01 - 175.00
175.01 - 200.00
200.01 - 225.00
225.01 - 250.00
0.3
0.6
0.9
1.2
400.01 - 425.00
425.01 - 450.00
450.01 - 475.00
475.01 - 500.00
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.3
0.1
Price basis (1st digit)
L
Calculation based on the list price
N
Calculation based on the customer net price (discounted list price)
Weight
method
Basic official price in €
1
50
2
100
3
150
4
175
5
200
6
225
7
300
8
400
9
555
Calculation based on raw material weight
Miscellaneous
-
No metal surcharge
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Conditions of sale and delivery/Export regulations
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referred to as "T&C"). Please note that the scope, the quality and
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products, by any Siemens entity having a registered office
outside Germany, shall be subject exclusively to the General
Terms and Conditions of the respective Siemens entity. The
following T&C apply exclusively for orders placed with Siemens
Aktiengesellschaft, Germany.
1.1 For customers with a seat or registered office in
Germany
For customers with a seat or registered office in Germany, the
following applies subordinate to the T&C:
• the "General Terms of Payment"1) and,
• for software products, the "General License Conditions for
Software Products for Automation and Drives for Customers
with a Seat or Registered Office in Germany"1) and,
• for other supplies and services, the "General Conditions for
the Supply of Products and Services of the Electrical and
Electronics Industry"1).
1.2 For customers with a seat or registered office outside
Germany
For customers with a seat or registered office outside Germany,
the following applies subordinate to the T&C:
• the "General Terms of Payment"1) and,
• for software products, the "General License Conditions for
Software Products for Automation and Drives for Customers
with a Seat or Registered Office outside of Germany"1) and
• for other supplies and/or services, the "General Conditions for
Supplies of Siemens Industry for Customers with a Seat or
Registered Office outside of Germany"1).
■ 2. Prices
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The prices are in € (Euro) ex point of delivery, exclusive of
packaging.
The sales tax (value added tax) is not included in the prices. It
shall be charged separately at the respective rate according to
the applicable statutory legal regulations.
Prices are subject to change without prior notice. We will charge
the prices valid at the time of delivery.
To compensate for variations in the price of raw materials (e.g.
silver, copper, aluminum, lead, gold, dysprosium and neodym),
surcharges are calculated on a daily basis using the so-called
metal factor for products containing these raw materials. A
surcharge for the respective raw material is calculated as a
supplement to the price of a product if the basic official price of
the raw material in question is exceeded.
The metal factor of a product indicates the basic official price
(for those raw materials concerned) as of which the surcharges
on the price of the product are applied, and with what method of
calculation.
You will find a detailed explanation of the metal factor on the
page headed "Metal surcharges".
To calculate the surcharge (except in the cases of dysprosium
and neodym), the official price from the day prior to that on which
the order was received or the release order was effected is used.
To calculate the surcharge applicable to dysprosium and
neodym ("rare earths"), the corresponding three-month basic
average price in the quarter prior to that in which the order was
received or the release order was effected is used with a onemonth buffer (details on the calculation can be found in the
explanation of the metal factor).
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