Installation_C1100

Installation_C1100
C1100 Servo Drives
Installation Guide
0185-1062-E_6V5_IG_Drives_C1100 / May 2015
LinMot Installation Guide C1100
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Table of Content
1 Important Safety Instructions.......................................................................................................4
2 System Overview............................................................................................................................6
3 Interfaces.........................................................................................................................................7
4 Functionality...................................................................................................................................8
5 Software...........................................................................................................................................8
6 Power Supply and Grounding.......................................................................................................9
7 Description of the connectors / Interfaces..................................................................................10
7.1 PE............................................................................................................................................10
7.2 X1............................................................................................................................................10
7.3 X2............................................................................................................................................10
7.4 X3............................................................................................................................................11
7.5 X4 ...........................................................................................................................................12
7.6 X7 - X8...................................................................................................................................12
7.7 X13..........................................................................................................................................13
7.8 X17 - X18...............................................................................................................................13
7.9 X19..........................................................................................................................................14
7.10 X33 .......................................................................................................................................14
7.11 S1 - S2...................................................................................................................................14
7.12 S4..........................................................................................................................................15
7.13 S5..........................................................................................................................................15
7.14 LEDs.....................................................................................................................................15
7.15 RT BUS LEDs......................................................................................................................15
8 LED Blink Codes..........................................................................................................................16
9 Safety Wiring................................................................................................................................17
10 Physical Dimension.....................................................................................................................19
11 Power Supply Requirement.......................................................................................................20
12 Regeneration of Power...............................................................................................................20
13 Ordering Information................................................................................................................21
14 International Certifications.......................................................................................................22
15 Safety notes for the installation according UL.........................................................................27
16 Declaration of Conformity CE-Marking..................................................................................28
17 Contact Addresses.......................................................................................................................29
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1 Important Safety Instructions
For your personal safety
Disregarding the following safety measures can lead to severe injury to persons and
damage to material:
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Only use the product as directed.
Never commission the product in the event of visible damage.
Never commission the product before assembly has been completed.
Do not carry out any technical changes on the product.
Only use the accessories approved for the product.
Only use original spare parts from LinMot.
Observe all regulations for the prevention of accidents, directives and laws applicable on site.
Transport, installation, commissioning and maintenance work must only be carried out by qualified
personnel.
• Observe IEC 364 and CENELEC HD 384 or DIN VDE 0100 and IEC report 664 or
DIN VDE 0110 and all national regulations for the prevention of accidents.
• According to the basic safety information, qualified, skilled personnel are persons who are
familiar with the assembly, installation, commissioning, and operation of the product and who
have the qualifications necessary for their occupation.
Observe all specifications in this documentation.
• This is the condition for safe and trouble−free operation and the achievement of the specified
product features.
• The procedural notes and circuit details described in this documentation are only proposals.
It is up to the user to check whether they can be transferred to the particular applications.
NTI AG / LinMot does not accept any liability for the suitability of the procedures and circuit
proposals described.
LinMot servo drives and the accessory components can include live and moving parts (depending on
their type of protection) during operation. Surfaces can be hot.
• Non−authorized removal of the required cover, inappropriate use, incorrect installation or
operation create the risk of severe injury to persons or damage to material assets.
• For more information, please see the documentation.
High amounts of energy are produced in the drive. Therefore it is required to wear personal
protective equipment (body protection, headgear, eye protection, hand guard).
Application as directed
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Drives are components which are designed for installation in electrical systems or machines. They
are not to be used as domestic appliances, but only for industrial purposes according to EN
61000−3−2.
When drives are installed into machines, commissioning (i.e. starting of the operation as directed) is
prohibited until it is proven that the machine complies with the regulations of the EC Directive
98/37/EC (Machinery Directive); EN 60204 must be observed.
Commissioning (i.e. starting of the operation as directed) is only allowed when there is compliance
with the EMC Directive (2004/108/EC).
The technical data and supply conditions can be obtained from the nameplate and the
documentation. They must be strictly observed.
Transport, storage
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Please observe the notes on transport, storage, and appropriate handling.
Observe the climatic conditions according to the technical data.
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Installation
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The drives must be installed and cooled according to the instructions given in the corresponding
documentation.
The ambient air must not exceed degree of pollution 2 according to EN 61800−5−1.
Ensure proper handling and avoid excessive mechanical stress. Do not bend any components and
do not change any insulation distances during transport or handling. Do not touch any electronic
components and contacts.
Drives contain electrostatic sensitive devices which can easily be damaged by inappropriate
handling. Do not damage or destroy any electrical components since this might endanger your
health!
Electrical connection
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When working on live drives, observe the applicable national regulations for the prevention of
accidents.
The electrical installation must be carried out according to the appropriate regulations (e.g. cable
cross−sections, fuses, PE connection). Additional information can be obtained from the
documentation.
• This product can cause high-frequency interferences in non industrial environments
which can require measures for interference suppression.
Operation
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If necessary, systems including drives must be equipped with additional monitoring and protection
devices according to the valid safety regulations (e.g. law on technical equipment, regulations for the
prevention of accidents). The drives can be adapted to your application. Please observe the
corresponding information given in the documentation.
After the drive has been disconnected from the supply voltage, all live components and power
connections must not be touched immediately because capacitors can still be charged. Please
observe the corresponding stickers on the drive. All protection covers and doors must be shut during
operation.
Protection of persons
• The power terminals Ph1+, Ph1-, Ph2+, Ph2- and PWR+ remain live for at least 5
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minutes after disconnecting from the power supplies.
Before servicing, disconnect supply, wait 5 minutes and measure between PWR+
and PGND to be sure that the capacitors have discharged below 42VDC
The heat sink of the drive can have an operating temperature of > 80 °C: Contact
with the heat sink results in burns.
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2 System Overview
Typical servo system C11x0-XX: Servo drive, motor and power supply
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3
Interfaces
C1100-GP-XC-xS-xxx
C1150-EC/PN-XC-xS-xxx
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C1150-EC-XC-0S
C1150-DS-XC-0S
C1150-SE-XC-0S
C1150-PN-XC-0S
C1150-PD-XC-0S
C1100-GP-XC-1S
C1150-EC-XC-1S
C1150-DS-XC-1S
C1150-SE-XC-1S
C1150-PN-XC-1S
C1150-PD-XC-1S
Supply Voltage
Motor Supply 72VDC
(24...85 VDC)
Logic Supply 24VDC
(22...26 VDC)
Motor Phase Current
25A peak (0-500Hz)
Controllable Motors
LinMot P01…(Motor Link P)
Selected motors (contact support)
Plug and Play (PnP) Auto Configuration
Command Interface
RS485
up to 115.2 kBaud
CANOpen
up to 1MBaud
EHTERCAT
LinMot Profile
EHTERCAT
CiA402
EHTERCAT
SoE
PROFINET
LinMot Profile
PROFINET
ProfiDrive
Programmable Motion Profiles (Curves)
Up to 50 Motion Profiles, up to 8110 Curve
Points
Programmable Command Table
Command Table with up to 255 entries
External Position Sensor
Incremental (RS422 < 10M counts/s)
Absolute (SSI)
Panasonic (RS485)
Configuration
RS232 Configuration
Integrated Safety Functions (-1S Option)
STO (2 Safety Relays)
C1100-GP-XC-0S
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5 Software
The configuration software LinMot-Talk is free of charge and can be downloaded
from the LinMot homepage.
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6 Power Supply and Grounding
In order to assure a safe and error free operation, and to avoid severe
damage to system components, all system components must be well
grounded to protective earth PE. This includes both LinMot and all
other control system components on the same ground bus.
Each system component* should be tied directly to the ground bus (star
pattern). Daisy chaining from component to component is forbidden.
(LinMot motors are properly grounded through their power cables when
connected to LinMot drives.)
Power supply connectors must not be connected or disconnected
while DC voltage is present. Do not disconnect system components
until all LinMot drive LEDs have turned off. (Capacitors in the power
supply may not fully discharge for several minutes after input voltage
has been disconnected). Failure to observe these precautions may
result in severe damage to electronic components in LinMot motors
and/or drives.
Do not switch Power Supply DC Voltage. All power supply switching
and E-Stop breaks should be done to the AC supply voltage of the
power supply. Failure to observe these precautions may result in severe
damage to the drive.
* Inside of the C1100 drive the PWR motor GND and PWR signal GND is connected together and to
the GND of the drive housing. It is recommended that the PWR motor GND is NOT grounded at
another place than inside of the drive to reduce circular currents.
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7 Description of the connectors / Interfaces
7.1 PE
PE
Protective Earth
PE
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Use min. 4mm2 (AWG11)
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Tightening torque: 2Nm (18 lbin)
7.2 X1
X1
Motor Supply
PWR+
PGND
Connector has to
be ordered
separately: see
chapter 13
Motor Supply: 72VDC nominal, 24...85VDC
Absolute max. Rating: 72VDC +20%.
External Fuse: 16AT (16A slow blow) / min. 100VDC
If motor supply voltage exceeds 90VDC, the drive will go into error state.
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Use 60/75°C copper conductors only
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Conductor Cross-Section 2.5mm2 (AWG14) max Length 4m
7.3 X2
X2
Motor Phases
LinMot Motor:
3-phase EC-Motor:
PH1+
Motor Phase 1+
red
Motor Phase U
red
PH1-
Motor Phase 1-
pink
Motor Phase V
pink
PH2+
Motor Phase 2+
blue
Motor Phase W
blue
PH2-
Motor Phase 2-
grey
Motor Phase X
grey
PE/SCRN
Shield
Shield
- Use 60/75°C copper conductors only
- Conductor cross-section: 0.5 – 2.5mm2 (depends on Motor current) / AWG 21 -14
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7.4 X3
X3
Motor Sensor / Brake
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
case
DSUB-9 (f)
LinMot Motor:
EC Motor:
Do not connect
Do not connect
+5VDC
Sensor Sine
Temp In
Brake+
Do not connect
AGND
Sensor Cosine
Shield
Do not connect
Do not connect
+5VDC
Sensor Sine / Hall Switch U
Hall Switch W
Brake+
KTY
AGND
Sensor Cosine / Hall Switch V
Shield
Note:
Use +5V (X3.3) and AGND (X3.8) only for motor internal hall sensor supply (max. 100mA).
Cable length < 30m.
Brake+: 24V / max.100mA, Peak 370mA (will shut down if exceeded)
Caution:
Do NOT connect AGND (X3.8) to ground or earth!
Use Y-style motor cables only (for example K15-Y/C)!
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7.5 X4
X4
Logic Supply / IO Connection
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Spring cage
connector (has to
be ordered
separately: see
chapter 13)
AnInAnIn+
AnIn
In
In
In
In
Out
Out
+24VDC
GND
Inputs (X4.5 .. X4.8):
Outputs (X4.3 & X4.4):
Analog inputs:
X4.9:
X4.10/X4.11:
X4.11
X4.10
X4.9
X4.8
X4.7
X4.6
X4.5
X4.4
X4.3
Supply
Supply
Configurable Analog Input differential (with X4.10)
Configurable Analog Input differential (with X4.11)
Configurable Analog Input single ended
Configurable Input
Configurable Input
Configurable Input
Configurable Input
Configurable Output
Configurable Output
Logic Supply 22-26 VDC
Ground
24V / 5mA (Low Level: –0.5 to 5VDC, High Level: 15 to 30VDC)
24V / max.100mA, Peak 370mA (will shut down if exceeded)
10 bit A/D converted.
Single ended analog input to GND, 0..10V
Differential analog input, +/- 10V. Common mode range: +/- 5VDC to GND.
Supply 24V / typ. 500mA / max. 1.5A (if all outputs “on” with max. load.)
- Use 60/75°C copper conductors only
- Conductor cross-section max. 1.5mm2
- Stripping length: 10mm
7.6 X7 - X8
X7 - X8
RS485/CAN (on GP drives only)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
case
RJ-45
RS485_Rx+
RS485_RxRS485_Tx+
GND
GND
RS485_TxCAN_H
CAN_L
Shield
A
B
Y
Z
Use twisted pair (1-2, 3-6, 4-5, 7-8) cable for wiring.
The built in RS485 and CAN terminations can be activated by S4.2 and S4.3.
X7 is internally connected to X8 (1:1 connection)
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7.7 X13
X13
External Position Sensor Differential Hall Switches
1
ABZ with Hall Switches
SSI
+5V DC
+5V DC
9
2
A+
A-
10
3
B+
BZ+
ZEncoder Alarm
GND
U+
UV+
V-
DSUB-15 (f)
nc
nc
15
8
case
nc
nc
14
7
Encoder Alarm
GND
13
6
Data+
Data-
12
5
B+
B-
11
4
A+
A-
W+
WShield
Clk+
ClkShield
Position Encoder Inputs (RS422):
Max. counting frequency: 10 Mcounts/s with quadrature decoding, 100ns edge separation
Differential Hall Switch Inputs (RS422):
Input Frequency: <1kHz
Enc. Alarm In:
5V / 1mA
Sensor Supply:
5VDC max 100mA
7.8 X17 - X18
X17 - X18
RealTime Ethernet 10/100 Mbit/s (on EC and PN drives only)
X17 RT ETH In
Specification depends on RT-Bus Type. Please refer to according documentation.
X18 RT ETH Out
RJ-45
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7.9 X19
X19
System
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
case
RJ-45
(Do not connect)
(Do not connect)
RS232 Rx
GND
GND
RS232 Tx
(Do not connect)
(Do not connect)
Shield
Use isolated USB-RS232 converter (Art.-No. 0150-2473) for configuration over RS232.
7.10 X33
X33
Safety Relays (only with the -1S option)
4/8
3/7
2/6
1/5
Spring cage connector
(has to be ordered
separately: see chapter
13)
7.11
S1 - S2
Ksr +
Ksr Ksr f+
Ksr f-
Safety Relay 1 / 2 Input positive
Safety Relay 1 / 2 Input negative
Safety Relay 1 / 2 feedback positive
Safety Relay 1 / 2 feedback negative
- Use 60/75°C copper conductors only
- Conductor cross-section max. 1.5mm2
- Stripping length: 10mm
- Never connect the safety relays to the logic supply of the drive!
S1 - S2
Address Selectors (on GP drives only)
S1 (5..8)
Bus ID High (0 … F). Bit 5 is the LSB, bit 8 the MSB.
S2 (1..4)
Bus ID Low (0 … F). Bit 1 is the LSB, bit 4 the MSB.
The use of these switches depends on the type of fieldbus which is used. Please see the corresponding
manual for further information.
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7.12
S4
S4
Bus Termination (on GP drives only)
S4
Switch 4: Bootstrap
Switch 3: Termination CAN on/off
Switch 2: Termination RS485 on/off
Switch 1: No Function, for future use
Factory settings: Switch 3 “on”, all other switches “off”
7.13
S5
S5
Bus Termination (on EC and PN drives only)
S5
7.14
LEDs
LEDs
State Display
Green
Yellow
Yellow
Red
7.15
RT Bus LEDs
Bootstrap
24V Logic Supply OK
Motor Enabled / Error Code Low Nibble
Warning / Error Code High Nibble
Error
RT BUS LEDs
RT Bus State Display (only on EC or PN drives)
Green
Red
OK
Error
The use of these LEDs depends on the type of fieldbus which is used. Please see the corresponding
manual for further information.
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8 LED Blink Codes
LED Blink Codes
Description
Error
Warn
EN
Off
Warning
Operation
Enabled
Normal Operation:
Warnings and operation enabled are displayed.
On
● ~2Hz
0..15 x
Error Code
High Nibble
● ~2Hz
0..15 x
Error Code
Low Nibble
Error:
The error code is shown by a blink code with “WARN” and “EN”.
The error byte is divided into low and high nibble (= 4 bit).
”WARN” and “EN” are blinking together.
The error can be acknowledged.
(e.g.: WARN blinks 3x, EN blinks 2x; Error Code = 32h)
● ~2Hz
● ~2Hz
0..15 x
Error Code
High Nibble
● ~2Hz
0..15 x
Error Code
Low Nibble
Fatal Error:
The error code is shown by a blink code with “WARN” and “EN”.
The error byte is divided into low and high nibble.
”WARN” and “EN” are blinking together.
Fatal errors can only be acknowledged by a reset or power cycle.
(e.g.: WARN blinks 3x, EN blinks 2x; Error Code = 32h)
● ~4Hz
● ~2Hz
0..15 x
Error Code
High Nibble
● ~2Hz
0..15 x
Error Code
Low Nibble
System Error:
Please reinstall firmware or contact support.
● ~0.5Hz
● ~0.5Hz
On
Off
M●●●
●M●●
M●
●M
Off
~4Hz
~4Hz
Waiting for Defaulting Parameters
When ID (S1, S2) is set to 0xFF, the drive starts up in a special mode and the
Error and Warn LED blink alternating ~4Hz. When the ID ist set to 0x00, all
parameters will be set to their default value. To leave this state, power down the
drive and change the ID. Also see in the Usermanual_LinMot-Talk under
chapter trouble shooting.
Off
M●
M●
~2Hz
~2Hz
Defaulting Parameters Done
When the parameters have set to their default values (initiated via S1/S2 on
power up) the Warn and En LEDs blink together at 2 Hz. To leave this state,
power down thedrive. Also see in the Usermanual_LinMot-Talk under chapter
trouble shooting.
Signal Supply 24V too low:
The error and warn LEDs blink alternating if the signal supply +24V (X4.2) is
less than 18VDC.
Plug&Play Communication Active
This sequence (Warn on, then En on, then both off, complete sequence of the
4 states ca. 1Sec) signalizes the state when the plug and play parameters are
being read from the motor.
The meaning of the error codes can be found in the
Usermanual_MotionCtrl_Software_SG5 and the user manual of the installed
interface software. These documents are provided together with LinMot-Talk
configuration software and can be downloaded from www.linmot.com.
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9 Safety Wiring
The C1100 drives with the -1S option have internal safety functions:
Two Safety relays Ksr in series, which support the supply voltage for the motor
drivers. There are also two feedback contacts for each relay.
To enable the -1S drives both relays have to be switched on.
Minimal wiring:
- Connect X33.8 and X33.4 to 24VDC (from safety)
- Connect X33.7 and X33.3 to GND (from safety)
Attention: Never connect X33.8 and X33.4 to the logic supply of X4!
Overvoltage protection must be provided externally and sized according
the safety circuit of the machine!
Attention: The drop out time of the relays is depending on the external circuitry!
Safety Relay Ksr
Nominal voltage
Min. pick-up voltage at 20°C
Drop-out voltage at 20°C
Drop-out time (no protection circuit)
Coil resistance at 20°C
Type
Contact lifetime
Manufacturer and type
24 VDC
≤ 16.8V
≥ 2.4 V
Typ. 3ms
2'100 Ω ± 10%
EN 50205, type A
> 10'000'000
Elesta relays / SIS112 24VDC
Drive Classification according EN ISO 13849-1 (safety of machinery) (preliminary)
Category
Performance Level
Diagnostic Coverage
Mean Time to hazardous failure of one channel
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MTTFd = high (>100 years typically)
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DC (Diagnostic Coverage) is high (99%) assuming that the state of the feedback
contacts is checked after each change of the state of the control contacts.
MTTFd mainly depends on the number of operations of the safety relays.
Example calculation of MTTFd:
Assuming that the safety function is requested every 20s on a machine running 24h
per day and 7 days per week.
B10
B10d
= 10'000'000
= 20'000'000 (according EN ISO 13849-1:2008 table C.1)
nop
per year
= (24h/Tag*365.25Tage/Jahr*3600s/h) / 20s = 1'577'880 operations
MTTFd
= B10d / (0.1 x nop) = 126.75 years (this has to be limited to 100years
according the standard for further calculations)
= high (100 years)
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10 Physical Dimension
C1100 Series single axis drive
Width
Height
Height with fixings
Depth
Weight
Mounting Screws
Mounting Distance
Case
Storage Temperature
Transport Temperature
Operating Temperature
C11xx-xx-XC-0S
mm (in)
mm (in)
mm (in)
mm (in)
g (lb)
mm (in)
IP
°C
°C
°C
Relative humidity
Pollution
Shock resistance (16ms)
IEC/EN
60664-1
-1S option
Vibration resistance (10-200Hz)
-1S option
Max. Case Temperature
Max. Power Dissipation
Mounting place
Mounting position
Distance between Drives
°C
W
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C11xx-xx-XC-1S
26.6 (1.05)
146 (5.75)
186 (7.3)
166 (6.54)
206 (8.1)
106 (4.2)
550
2 x M5
168 (6.61)
650
2 x M5
188 (7.4)
20
-25…40
-25…70
0…40 at rated data
40...50 with power derating
95% (non-condensing)
Pollution degree 2
3.5g
1g
70
30
In the control cabinet
vertical
Without Power Derating:
20 (0.8) horizontal / 50 (2) vertical
With Power Derating:
5 (0.2) horizontal / 20 (0.8) vertical
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11 Power Supply Requirement
Motor Power Supply
The calculation of the needed power for the Motor supply is depending on
the application and the used motor. The nominal supply voltage is 72VDC.
The possible range is from 24 to 85VDC.
ATTENTION:
The motor supply can rise up to 95 VDC when braking.
This means that everything connected to that power supply needs a
voltage rating of 100 VDC. (Additional capacitors, etc...). Due to high
braking voltage and sudden load variations of linear motor
applications, only compatible power supplies can be used (see ordering
information).
Signal Power Supply
The logic supply needs a regulated power supply of a nominal voltage of 24 VDC.
The voltage must be between 22 and 26 VDC.
Current consumption:
min. 0.3A
(no load on the outputs)
typ. 0.5A
(all 2 outputs “on” with 100mA load and /Brake with no load)
max. 1.5A
(all 2 outputs “on” with 370mA peak load and /Brake with
370mA peak load)
Do not connect the safety relays to the 24VDC Signal Supply!
Use a separate power supply for the safety circuit!
12 Regeneration of Power
If the power supply rises too high when breaking, connect an additional capacitor to
the motor power supply. It is recommended to use a capacitor >= 10’000 μF
(install capacitor close to the drive supply!)
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13 Ordering Information
Drive
Description
Art. No.
C1100-GP-XC-0S-000
C1150-EC-XC-0S-000
C1150-DS-XC-0S-000
C1150-SE-XC-0S-000
C1150-PN-XC-0S-000
C1150-PD-XC-0S-000
C1100-GP-XC-1S-000
C1150-EC-XC-1S-000
C1150-DS-XC-1S-000
C1150-SE-XC-1S-000
C1150-PN-XC-1S-000
C1150-PD-XC-1S-000
General Purpose Drive
ETHERCAT Drive
ETHERCAT CiA402 Drive
ETHERCAT SoE Drive
PROFINET Drive
PROFINET ProfiDrive
General Purpose Drive
ETHERCAT Drive
ETHERCAT CiA402 Drive
ETHERCAT SoE Drive
PROFINET Drive
PROFINET ProfiDrive
Accessories
Description
DC01-C1X00-0S/X1/X4
Drive Connector Set for C1X00-0S
0150-3527
DC01-C1X00-1S/X1/X4/X33
Drive Connector Set for C1X00-1S
0150-3528
DC01-C1X00/X1
Drive Connector for PWR 72VDC Input
0150-3525
DC01-C1X00/X2
Drive Connector Motor Phases
0150-3526
DC01-Signal/X4
Drive Connector 24VDC & Logic
0150-3447
DC01-Safety/X33
Drive Connector Safety
0150-3451
Isolated USB-RS232 converter
Isolated USB RS232 converter with config. cable
0150-2473
RS232 PC config. Cable 2.5m
For C1100/C1250/E1200/E1400/M8000
0150-2143
Isolated USB-serial converter
Isolated USB RS232/422/485 converter
0150-3120
72VDC/25Apeak
72VDC/25Apeak
72VDC/25Apeak
72VDC/25Apeak
72VDC/25Apeak
72VDC/25Apeak
72VDC/25Apeak/STO
72VDC/25Apeak/STO
72VDC/25Apeak/STO
72VDC/25Apeak/STO
72VDC/25Apeak/STO
72VDC/25Apeak/STO
0150-2380
0150-2382
0150-2417
0150-2625
0150-2384
0150-2616
0150-2381
0150-2383
0150-2418
0150-2626
0150-2385
0150-2617
Art. No.
Art. No.
Compatible Power Supplies
S01-72/1000
Power Supply 72V/1000W, 3x340-550VAC
0150-1872
S01-72/500
Power Supply 72V/500W, 1x120/230VAC
0150-1874
S01-48/1000
Power Supply 48V/1000W, 3x340-550VAC
0150-????
S01-48/500
Power Supply 48V/500W, 1x120/230VAC
0150-????
S01-24/1000
Power Supply 24V/1000W, 3x340-550VAC
0150-????
S01-24/500
Power Supply 24V/500W, 1x120/230VAC
0150-2480
T01-72/420-Multi
T-Supply 72V/420VA, 3x230/400/480VAC
0150-1869
T01-72/900-Multi
T-Supply 900VA, 3x230/400/480 VAC
0150-1870
T01-72/1500-Multi
T-Supply 1500VA, 3x230/400/480 VAC
0150-1871
T01-72/420 -1ph
T-Supply 420VA, 1x208/220/230/240VAC
0150-1859
Bold items are strongly recommended accessories!
ATTENTION: The connectors have to be ordered separately and are not included
with the drive!
Use isolated USB RS232 converter for configuration!
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14 International Certifications
Certifications
Europe
IECEE
CB SCHEME
USA / Canada
See chapter “16 Declaration of Conformity CE-Marking“
Ref. Certif. No. CH-7684
All products marked with this symbol are tested and recognized by
Underwriters Laboratories and the production facilities are checked quarterly
by an UL inspector. This mark is valid for the USA and Canada and eases
certification of your machines and systems in these areas.
File number E316095
UL 508C Power Conversion Equipment
CSA C22.2 Industrial Control Equipment
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15 Safety notes for the installation according UL
Markings:
•
Wiring terminal markings:
See markings on the enclosure and the corresponding chapters in the installation
guide!
•
Cautionary Marking:
See markings on the enclosure and the corresponding chapters in the installation
guide!
•
Motor overload protection must be provided externally in the end-use. Motor
Overload protection can alternatively be provided when the connected motor has a
thermal sensor rated 5V DC, max. 100mA which is connected to the drive thermal
sensor input (X3).(The LinMot P01-Motors are therefore protected by the drive)
•
The transients have to be limited to max. 0.8kV on the line side of the drive.
•
The 24VDC supply for the control circuit must be protected with an external UL
Listed 3A DC Fuse.
•
Proposed ratings, to be evaluated in the end-use:
•
Input Voltage:
Input current:
Output Voltage:
Output Current:
Number of Phases:
Frequency range:
Duty cycle rating:
Relays (only for -1S variant):
• rated Contacts:
• Coil:
• Surrounding air temp:
Control Power (X4-2):
•
Surrounding Air Temperature:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
72VDC
15A
61.5V rms
17.7A rms max.
2 by 1 Phase
0-500Hz
10%
max. 24VDC 6A.
24VDC
max. 85°C
24VDC
protected with an external UL Listed 3A DC Fuse
max. 50°C
A separate 24VDC power supply protected with an external UL Listed 3A DC Fuse
connected to the output of the power supply must be used to protect the secondary
control circuit (safety relays on X33)
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16 Declaration of Conformity CE-Marking
NTI AG / LinMot ®
Haerdlistrasse 15
8957 Spreitenbach
Switzerland
Tel.:
+41 (0)56 419 91 91
Fax:
+41 (0)56 419 91 92
declares under sole responsibility the compliance of the products:
- Drives of the Series C11x0-xx-XC-xS-xxx
with the EMC Directive 2004/108/EC.
Applied harmonized standards:
–
EN 61000-6-2: 2005 (Immunity for industrial environments)
–
EN 61000-6-4: 2007 (Emission for industrial environments)
–
EN 61326-3-1: 2008 (Functional safety)
According to the EMC directive, the listed devices are not independently operable products.
Compliance of the directive requires the correct installation of the product, the observance of specific
installation guides and product documentation. This was tested on specific system configurations.
The safety instructions of the manuals are to be considered.
These products are intended for installation in machines. Operation is prohibited until it has been
determined that the machines in which these products are to be installed, conforms to the above
mentioned EC directive.
The product must be mounted and used in strict accordance with the installation instructions
contained within the installation guide, a copy of which may be obtained from NTI AG.
Company: NTI AG
Spreitenbach, March 13, 2014
---------------------------------------------------Dr. Ronald Rohner / CEO NTI AG
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17 Contact Addresses
SWITZERLAND
USA
NTI AG
Haerdlistr. 15
CH-8957 Spreitenbach
Sales and Administration:
+41-(0)56-419 91 91
[email protected]
Tech. Support:
+41-(0)56-544 71 00
[email protected]
Tech. Support (Skype) :
skype:support.linmot
Fax:
Web:
+41-(0)56-419 91 92
http://www.linmot.com/
LinMot USA Inc.
204 E. Morrissey Dr.
Elkhorn, WI 53121
Sales and Administration:
877-546-3270
262-743-2555
Tech. Support:
877-804-0718
262-743-1284
Fax:
800-463-8708
262-723-6688
E-Mail:
Web:
[email protected]
http://www.linmotusa.com/
Please visit http://www.linmot.com/ to find the distributor closest to you.
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