Lexium SD Шаговый привод

Lexium SD Шаговый привод
Motion control
Lexium SD2, SD3
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March
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Motion control
Lexium SD2 - SD3
Lexium motion control selection guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 4
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Lexium SD2 stepper motor drives
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b
b
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Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 6
Lexium SD218P stepper motor drives with RS 485 serial link . . . . . . . . . . . page 8
Lexium SD218A stepper motor drives with CANopen interface . . . . . . . . . page 12
2
Lexium SD215D stepper motor drives with pulse/direction interface . . . . . page 16
BRS2 stepper motors
b
b
Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 20
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References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 21
Lexium SD3 stepper motor drives
b
b
b
Presentation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 22
Lexium SD315 stepper motor drives with pulse/direction interface . . . . . . page 24
Lexium SD326 stepper motor drives with pulse/direction interface . . . . . . page 28
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b
EMC integrated filters and additional filters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 31
Lexium SD328 stepper motor drives for CANopen/CANmotion,
Modbus serial link and PROFIBUS DP fieldbus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 32
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v
b
b
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Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 38
EMC integrated filters and additional filters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 39
Communication buses and networks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 40
6
BRS3 stepper motors
b
4
Presentation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 42
References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 44
GBX planetary gearboxes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 48
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Lexium motion control
Selection guide
Type of application
1
Type of solution
Main axes of the machine or
high power applications
Auxiliary axes of the machine or …
Printing, handling, conveying, transfer
machines, packaging, textiles, etc
Medical equipment, printed circuit board
assembly, spinning, labelling, etc
Drive and motor combination (drive mounted in the enclosure)
2
BMH servo motor
3
BRS2 motor
BSH servo motor
4
5
Specificities
High dynamic process with accurate
positioning
Short distance movements with accurate
positioning
Type of technology
Servo drive with sensor feedback (position
control)
2-phase stepper drive and stepper motor
Main characteristics
Compact, high-performance motor control,
open communication, top-notch motors
Compact, ready-to-use solution,constant
speed, high holding torque at standstill
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Dynamic
Precision and stability
Energy saving
g
Low (BMH) or Medium (BSH)
Medium
Control Interface Control signals
Pulse train
Input/output
Pulse/direction
Input/output
Bus and networks
Modbus, CANopen
CANopen, RS 485 serial link
Motion bus
CANmotion
SoMove setup software
Lexium CT software
Nominal power
150…6500 W
0…120 W
Nominal speed
1200…6000 min-1
0…1000 min-1
Nominal torque
0.45…52.2 Nm
0.07…9.2 Nm
Safety function
“Safe Torque Off” (STO) function
–
Communication software
Drive/motor
combinations
Drive
characteristics
Line supply voltage
100…120 V single-phase
200…240 V single-phase
208…480 V three-phase
a
a
a
8
Control power
Motor
characteristics
Reference
Input voltage
24 V
Input current
1.5 to 10 A
y
4
24…48 V
1A
BMH
BSH
BRS2
Single turn SinCos
encoder (32,768 or
131,072 increments/
turn)
Multiturn SinCos
encoder (32,768 or
131,072 increments/
turns x 4096 turns)
Single turn SinCos
encoder
(131,072 increments/
turn)
Multiturn SinCos
encoder
(131,072 increments/
turns x 4096 turns)
–
Step angle
–
1.8 °
Motor flange size (mm)
70, 100, 140, 190, 205 55, 70, 100 and 140
36, 42, 57 and 85
LXM 32 servo drives and
B H servo motors
SD2 drives and
BRS2 motors
Catalogue “Motion control Lexium 32”
6 and 20
p
Page
c
Type of sensor
(resolution given for use with
a drive/motor combination)
9
10
g
Motor inertia
6
7
g
… low power applications
Printing, handling,
material working,
packaging, textiles, etc
1
Printing, handling, labelling, packaging, material working, etc
Integrated drive for a minimum size of the enclosure
2
3
BRS3 motor
Short distance
movements with
accurate positioning
Dynamic process and
accurate positioning
Automatic format
adjustement
Short distance
movements with
accurate positioning
Integrated programmable For simple applications
motion controller
with accurate positioning
3-phase stepper drives
and stepper motor
Integrated drive
with servo motor
Integrated drive
with dc brushless motor
Integrated drive with
3-phase stepper motor
Integrated drive with 2-phase stepper motor
Compact, easy to tune,
high torque even at low
speed
Compact, integrated
holding brake in option
High holding torque
High torque at low speed, Compact, high continuous stall torque, speed
without power, integrated high resolution
stability
gearbox in option
positioning
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5
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Medium
Pulse/direction
Input/ouput
Input/output
Pulse/direction
Input/ouput
CANopen, PROFIBUS
DP, Modbus serial link
CANopen, PROFIBUS DP, RS 485 serial link, DeviceNet, EtherCAT,
Modbus TCP, Ethernet Powerlink
CANopen/CANmotion
–
Lexium CT software
(SD328)
Lexium CT software
350…750 W
150…370 W
100…350 W
0…1000 min-1
500…9000 min-1
1500…7000 min-1
0…1000 min-1
0…2000 min-1
1.5…16.5 Nm
0.26…0.78 Nm
0.18…0.5 Nm
0.45…6 Nm
0.11…5.87 Nm
IL 1:
IL 2:
24 V
Common with the line supply voltage
1A
Common with the line supply voltage
y
c
p
p
RS 485 serial link
CANopen (ILT A)
6
p
7
–
100…120 V or
200…240 V
single- phase
a
p
150…305 W
“Safe Torque Off ” (STO) function
a
Pulse/direction (ILT V)
Input/output
c
24…36 V
24…48 V
c
a
24…48 V
95…264 V single-phase
8
BRS3
Integrated
Optional encoder with
1000 increments/turn
Single turn SinCos
Absolute value encoder
encoder
(12…1380 increments/
(16,384 increments/turn) turn)
Multiturn SinCos encoder
(16,384 increments/turn
x 4096 turns)
Index pulse monitoring
1.8/0.9/0.72/0.63/0.18/
0.09/0.072/ 0.036 °
–
1.8/0.9/0.72/0.63/0.18/0. 0.007 ° (theoretical)
09/0.072/ 0.036 °
57, 85 and 110
57
66
57 and 85
36, 42, 57 and 85
SD3 drives and
BRS3 motors
ILA integrated
drives
ILE integrated
drives
ILS integrated
drives
ILP integrated
drives
22 and 42
Catalogue “Lexium integrated drives”
Index pulse monitoring
(ILT A)
p
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ILT integrated
drives
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Lexium SD2 motion control
Presentation
Stepper motor drives
Presentation
The Lexium SD2 offer comprises a range of SD2 stepper motor drives and a range of
BRS2 2-phase stepper motors.
It allows you to select the most suitable combination for your application
requirements.
1
Reference values are defined and can be controlled by a master PLC or a motion
controller such as the Lexium LMC.
2
Power and simplicity boost performance
When combined with BRS2 stepper motors, SD2 drives present a highly compact,
high-performance system specially designed for installations comprising simple
machines.
Compact range
The compact dimensions of the SD2 stepper motor drive mean that it requires very
little space in the control cabinet, making it very easy to integrate.
3
Labelling application
Simple to install and commission
The Lexium CT PC commissioning software, the ease of parameter-setting and
simple wiring all combine to ensure quick and easy commissioning of the Lexium
SD2 range.
4
Flexibility
SD2 stepper motor drives are available in two power classes - 3 A and 5 A.
5
They are equipped as standard with several communication interfaces:
■ RS 485 serial link interface
■ CANopen machine bus interface
■ Pulse/direction (P/D) interface
This open communication concept enables integration into numerous different
control system architectures.
6
Compliance with international standards and certifications
The SD2 range of stepper motor drives has been developed in accordance with the
stringent international standards and recommendations governing electrical
industrial control equipment, including IEC/EN 61000-4 (immunity to conducted
disturbance induced by high frequency signals) and IEC/EN 50178 (vibration
resistance).
Pick and place application
7
Compliance with electromagnetic compatibility requirements has been incorporated
in the design of the Lexium SD2 offer. The entire range conforms to international
standard IEC/EN 61000-3:2006, environment 2.
8
e
SD2 drives carry the
mark in accordance with the European machinery directive
(98/37/EEC) and the European EMC directive (2004/108/EEC).
Applications
The high torque and low rotation speeds of the Lexium SD2 drive make it particularly
suitable for short range positioning applications, such as labelling.
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10
Its high holding torque at standstill also significantly reduces implementation costs
in pick and place applications.
Electronic card assembly
SD2 drives:
page 8
6
BRS2 motors:
page 20
SD3 drives:
page 22
BRS3 motors:
page 42
Presentation (continued)
Lexium SD2 motion control
Stepper motor drives
Lexium CT commissioning software for PC (optional) for rapid commissioning and easy configuration
1
The commissioning time for Lexium SD2 drives is considerably reduced using
Lexium CT (Lexium Commissioning Tool) PC software.
It is used for commissioning, parameter setting diagnostics.
It can also be used to install Lexium SD2 drives in existing installations, keeping down
time to a minimum.
2
Functions
Commissioning using Lexium CT software
Lexium CT PC software includes the following functions:
Entry and display of parameters
Archiving and duplication of parameters
Display of status information
Positioning of the motor via the PC
Initiation of homing movements
Access to all documented parameters
Fault diagnostics
Controller optimization
b
b
b
b
3
b
b
b
b
Required configuration
Lexium CT software runs on a PC with the Microsoft Windows® 2000/XP/Vista
operating systems. The drive is commissioned via the RS 485 serial link interface.
4
Download
Lexium CT PC software can be downloaded from our website
www.schneider-electric.com.
5
BRS2 2-phase stepper motor/SD2 drive combinations
Motor type
Lexium SD2 drive
24…48 V supply voltage
c
Output current: 3 A
Output current: 5 A
6
7
8
SD21
p
p
U20C
SD21
p
p
U50C
Holding torque
Holding torque
Nm
Nm
BRS236
0.07
BRS242
0.23…0.53
BRS257
0.64…1.69
9
0.64…1.69
BRS285
2.96…9.20
10
SD2 drives:
page 8
BRS2 motors:
page 20
SD3 drives:
page 22
BRS3 motors:
page 42
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Presentation
Lexium SD2 motion control
SD218P stepper motor drives
With RS 485 serial link
2
Presentation
Lexium SD218P stepper motor drives are equipped with an RS 485 serial link
interface and an integrated programmable motion controller.
1
1
The RS 485 serial link interface is used for configuring and controlling
Lexium SD218P drives.
The drives are configured with Lexium CT PC commissioning software which can be
used for point-to-point or multipoint configuration.
3
2
The integrated programmable controller means that, when combined with Schneider
Electric BRS2 stepper motors, SD218P drives present a highly compact, powerful
standalone drive system.
SD218PU20C drive with RS 485 serial link
This solution offers a high level of performance, yet reduces installation,
commissioning and wiring costs for a wide variety of applications.
3
Among their many features, the drives offer high-precision positioning (0.01° to 1.8°)
as well as optimum motor efficiency due to resonance-free operation. They are also
particularly suitable for numerous applications when combined with the BRS2 range
of stepper motors (0.07 to 9.2 Nm torque).
6
Two SD218P drive models are available, one with a 3 A current output (SD218PU20C)
and one with a 5 A current output (SD218PU50C).
4
4
The connections differ depending on the model:
SD218PU20C drives are equipped with:
Three connectors:
- One for the power supply and multifunction interface 1
- One for the RS 485 serial link 2
- One for the motor 3
b
v
5
5
6
b
7
v
SD218PU50C drive with RS 485 serial link
SD218PU50C drives are equipped with:
Four connectors:
- One for the power supply interface 4
- One for the multifunction interface 5
- One for the RS 485 serial link 6
- One for the motor 7
Supply voltage
Lexium SD218P drives can be powered by a 24 V to 48 V DC supply.
Applications
Application examples for SD218P drives:
Small labelling machines
Medical and laboratory machines
Electronic card assembly machines
Spinning machines
Etc.
7
b
b
b
b
b
8
9
10
Presentation:
page 6
8
SD218A drives:
page 12
SD215D drives:
page 16
BRS2 stepper motors:
page 20
Presentation (continued)
Lexium SD2 motion control
SD218P stepper motor drives
With RS 485 serial link
Interfaces
Lexium SD218P drives can be configured and controlled using Lexium CT PC
commissioning software via the RS 485 serial link interface.
1
The drives also have:
A multifunction interface
A power supply interface
A motor connection interface
b
b
b
2
An RS 485 serial link interface
The RS 485 serial link interface is used for commissioning, configuring and
maintaining Lexium SD218P drives.
It can be used to connect a PC to a Lexium SD218P drive via an RS 485/USB
converter (see page 10).
Lexium CT PC software can then be used via this direct link to access the
Lexium SD218P drive's commissioning, configuration and programming functions.
3
Multifunction interface
The multifunction interface supports the following signals:
■ Eight 5 to 24 V signals, configurable as logic inputs or outputs
■ One analog signal, configurable as voltage or current
■ One 0 to 5 V signal, configurable as a capture input or a trip output
■ Two 0 to 5 V pulse/direction (P/D) signals, configurable as inputs or outputs
4
5 to 24 V logic I/O
The multifunction interface supports eight 5 to 24 V signals, configurable as positive
logic (Sink) or negative logic (Source) inputs or outputs.
5
The I/O can be used for the following predefined functions:
Input functions: Homing, + limit, - limit, go, stop, pause, JOG+, JOG-, universal
function
Output functions: motion, error, stalling, change of speed, universal function
b
b
Analog input
The analog input can be configured as a voltage input (0 to 5 V or 0 to 10 V )
or an X-Y mA current input (by programming X and Y from 4 to 20 mA or 0 to 20 mA).
6
c
0 to 5 V capture input/trip output
The high speed signal is used to capture the position of the axis or to control
an external event when it is set as a trip output.
7
0 to 5 V pulse/direction (P/D) I/O
The pulse/direction (P/D) signals can be used to control a third-party device.
When configured as input signals, they can receive pulse/direction signals from
a master controller, such as a Schneider Lexium Controller.
8
9
10
Presentation:
page 6
SD218A drives:
page 12
SD215D drives:
page 16
BRS2 stepper motors:
page 20
9
Lexium SD2 motion control
Presentation (continued),
references
SD218P stepper motor drives
With RS 485 serial link
2
Connection accessories
Specific accessories are available for connecting the various interfaces depending
on the drive model:
1
1
SD218PU20C drive
Connectors
Description
2
3
Connectors
SD218PU20C drive
Used for
Item
no.
Order in
lots of
Unit
reference
Weight
kg
Power supply and
1
multifunction interface
5
VW3 L5 C10N05
0.010
RS 485 serial link
2
5
VW3 L5 C02N05
0.010
Motor connection
3
5
VW3 L5 C06N05
0.010
Used for
Cable
length
Cordsets
Description
3
Reference
m
Cordsets with
connector at one
end and flying
leads at the other
5
4
6
Weight
kg
Power supply and
3
multifunction interface
VW3 L3 P02R30
0.181
RS 485 serial link
3
VW3 L3 D02R30
0.181
Motor connection
3
VW3 L3 M02R30
0.221
SD218PU50C drive
Connectors
Description
6
Item
no.
Order in
lots of
Unit
reference
Multifunction interface 4
5
VW3 L5 C09N05
0.010
4
RS 485 serial link
5
5
VW3 L5 C02N05
0.010
7
Power supply
6
5
VW3 L5 C05N05
0.010
Motor connection
7
5
VW3 L5 C07N05
0.010
Used for
Cable
length
Connectors
5
Used for
Weight
kg
Cordsets
SD218PU50C drive
Description
Reference
m
Cordsets with
connector at one
end and flying
leads at the other
7
Weight
kg
Multifunction interface 3
VW3 L3 D05R30
0.351
RS 485 serial link
3
VW3 L3 D02R30
0.181
Power supply
3
VW3 L3 P03R30
0.161
Motor connection
3
VW3 L3 M01R30
0.371
Installation accessory
RS 485/USB converter for SD218P drive
8
Description
Cable
length
Reference
m
Converter equipped with:
1 RS 485 connector
1 USB connector
3
b
b
RS 485/USB converter for SD218P drive
9
10
Presentation:
page 6
10
SD218A drives:
page 12
SD215D drives:
page 16
BRS2 stepper motors:
page 20
Weight
kg
VW3 L1 R402
0.191
Presentation (continued),
references
Lexium SD2 motion control
SD218P stepper motor drives
With RS 485 serial link
Main functions
Program
General
All SD218P drive functions can be configured via the RS 485 serial link interface,
by connecting a terminal or using Lexium CT PC commissioning software.
1
Parameters can be saved to the drive's internal non-volatile memory. No other options,
such as limit switches, are required.
Home Sequence
Operating modes
SD218P drives have two operating modes.
Manual mode (JOG)
In this mode, the commands and parameters are transmitted to the drive via the
Lexium CT PC software.
Programmable mode
This mode is used to save programs in the drive's integrated motion controller.
2
b
Condition
N
b
Y
b
b
Motion Sequence A
b
b
b
Motion Sequence B
3
Motion functions
Setting the number of steps (from 200 to 51200)
Velocity profile
Point-to-point mode
Homing
Electronic gearing mode (for the version with industrial connectors)
Other functions
Setting the motor phase current (from 1 to 100% of nominal current)
Configuring the I/O signals
Program functions (calling a subroutine, creation of user variables, etc.)
Mathematical functions (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, AND, OR,
XOR, NOT functions, etc.)
Trip functions
Encoder functions
4
b
b
b
Programming example for SD218P drive
b
b
b
5
Note: For details about all available functions, please visit our website
www.schneider-electric.com.
References
S
D
2
1
8
P
U
2
0
C
Drive
SD2 = 2-phase stepper motor drive
Example:
S
D
2
1
8
P
U
2
0
C
Drive type
18 = standard
S
D
2
1
8
P
U
2
0
C
Interface
P = RS 485 serial link interface, programmable
S
D
2
1
8
P
U
2
0
C
Peak output current (rms)
U20 = 3 A
U50 = 5 A
S
D
2
1
8
P
U
2
0
C
Supply voltage
C = 48 V
S
D
2
1
8
P
U
2
0
C
6
7
c
SD218PU50C drive
Dimensions (overall)
Drive
8
WxHxD
mm
SD218PU20C
45 x 37 x 59
SD218PU50C
88 x 54 x 99
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10
Presentation:
page 6
SD218A drives:
page 12
SD215D drives:
page 16
BRS2 stepper motors:
page 20
11
Presentation
Lexium SD2 motion control
SD218A stepper motor drives
For CANopen machine bus
3
Presentation
Lexium SD218A stepper motor drives are equipped with a CANopen machine bus
interface and an integrated programmable motion controller.
1
1
The CANopen machine bus interface is used for configuring and controlling Lexium
SD218A drives.
The drives are configured with Lexium CT PC commissioning software which can be
used for point-to-point or multipoint configuration.
2
2
The integrated programmable controller means that, when combined with Schneider
Electric BRS2 stepper motors, SD218A drives present a highly compact, rugged
standalone drive system.
SD218AU20C drive for CANopen machine bus
This solution offers a high level of performance, yet reduces installation,
commissioning and wiring costs for a wide variety of applications.
3
Among their many features, the drives offer high-precision positioning (0.01° to 1.8°)
as well as optimum motor efficiency due to resonance-free operation. They are also
particularly suitable for numerous applications when combined with the BRS2 range
of stepper motors (0.07 to 9.2 Nm torque).
4
4
Two SD218A drive models are available, one with a 3 A current output
(SD218AU20C) and one with a 5 A current output (SD218AU50C).
5
The connections differ depending on the model:
SD218AU20C drives are equipped with:
Two PCB connectors:
- One for the power supply and multifunction interface 1
- One for the motor 2
One 9-way male SUB-D connector for the CANopen machine bus 3
b
v
v
5
b
6
7
v
v
6
SD218AU50C drive
SD218AU50C drives are equipped with:
Three PCB connectors:
- One for the power supply interface 4
- One for the multifunction interface 5
- One for the motor 6
One 9-way male SUB-D connector for the CANopen machine bus 7
Supply voltage
Lexium SD218A drives can be powered by a 24 V to 48 V DC supply.
Applications
Application examples for SD218A drives:
Small labelling machines
Medical and laboratory machines
Electronic card assembly machines
Spinning machines
Etc.
7
b
b
b
b
b
8
9
10
Presentation:
page 6
12
SD218P drives:
page 8
SD215D drives:
page 16
BRS2 stepper motors:
page 20
Presentation (continued)
Lexium SD2 motion control
SD218A stepper motor drives
For CANopen machine bus
Interfaces
Lexium SD218A drives can be configured and controlled using Lexium CT PC
commissioning software via the CANopen machine bus interface (CiA DS301 and
DSP402 “Device profile for Drives and Motion Control”).
The drives also have:
A multifunction interface
A power supply interface
A motor connection interface
1
b
b
b
2
CANopen machine bus interface
The CANopen machine bus interface is used for commissioning, configuring and
maintaining Lexium SD218A drives.
It can be used to connect a PC to a Lexium SD218A drive via an CANopen/USB
converter (see page 14).
Lexium CT PC software can then be used via this direct link to access the Lexium
SD218A drive's commissioning, configuration and programming functions.
Multifunction interface
The multifunction interface supports the following signals:
■ Eight 5 to 24 V signals, configurable as logic inputs or outputs
■ One analog signal, configurable as voltage or current
■ One 0 to 5 V signal, configurable as a capture input or a trip output
■ Two 0 to 5 V pulse/direction (P/D) signals, configurable as inputs or outputs
3
4
5 to 24 V logic I/O
The multifunction interface supports eight 5 to 24 V signals, configurable as positive
logic (Sink) or negative logic (Source) inputs or outputs.
5
The I/O can be used for the following predefined functions:
Input functions: Homing, + limit, - limit, go, stop, pause, JOG+, JOG-, universal
function
Output functions: motion, error, stalling, change of speed, universal function
b
b
6
Analog input
The analog input can be configured as a voltage input (0 to 5 V or 0 to 10 V ) or an
X-Y mA current input (by programming X and Y from 4 to 20 mA or 0 to 20 mA).
c
0 to 5 V capture input/trip output
The high speed signal is used to capture the position of the axis or to control an
external event when it is set as a trip output.
7
0 to 5 V pulse/direction (P/D) I/O
The pulse/direction (P/D) signals can be used to control a third-party device.
When configured as input signals, they can receive pulse/direction signals from a
master controller, such as a Schneider Lexium Controller.
8
9
10
Presentation:
page 6
SD218P drives:
page 8
SD215D drives:
page 16
BRS2 stepper motors:
page 20
13
Lexium SD2 motion control
Presentation (continued),
references
SD218A stepper motor drives
For CANopen machine bus
Connection accessories
Specific accessories are available for connecting the various interfaces depending
on the drive model:
1
SD218AU20C drive
Connectors
Description
Used for
Item
no.
Order in
lots of
Unit
reference
Power supply and
multifunction interface
1
5
VW3 L5 C10N05
0.010
Motor connection
2
5
VW3 L5 C06N05
0.010
Used for
Cable
length
1
Connectors
2
2
Cordsets
Description
SD218AU20C drive
Reference
m
3
Cordsets with
connector at
one end and
flying leads at
the other
3
Weight
kg
4
Weight
kg
Power supply and
multifunction interface
3
VW3 L3 P02R30
0.181
Motor connection
3
VW3 L3 M02R30
0.221
SD218AU50C drive
4
Connectors
Description
Connectors
5
Used for
Item
no.
Order in
lots of
Unit
reference
Power supply
3
5
VW3 L5 C05N05
0.010
Multifunction interface
4
5
VW3 L5 C09N05
0.010
Motor connection
5
5
VW3 L5 C07N05
0.010
Used for
Cable
length
Power supply
3
VW3 L3 P03R30
0.161
Multifunction interface
3
VW3 L3 D05R30
0.351
Motor connection
3
VW3 L3 M01R30
0.371
Weight
kg
5
Cordsets
Description
Reference
Weight
kg
m
SD218AU50C drive
Cordsets with
connector at
one end and
flying leads at
the other
6
Installation accessory
CANopen/USB converter for SD218A drive
7
Description
Cable
length
Reference
m
CANopen/USB converter for SD218A drive
Converter equipped with:
One 9-way male SUB-D connector
(converter connection cable not included)
1 USB connector
3.6
b
b
8
9
10
Presentation:
page 6
14
SD218P drives:
page 8
SD215D drives:
page 16
BRS2 stepper motors:
page 20
Weight
kg
VW3 L1 R500
0.136
Presentation (continued),
references
Lexium SD2 motion control
SD218A stepper motor drives
For CANopen machine bus
Main functions
General
All SD218A drive functions can be configured via the CANopen machine bus
interface, by connecting a terminal or using Lexium CT PC commissioning software.
1
Parameters can be saved to the drive's internal non-volatile memory. No other
options, such as limit switches, are required.
Operating modes
The following operating modes can be set:
Point-to-point mode (movement can be absolute or relative)
Homing (forced or with search for reference sensor)
Velocity profile
2
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
Other functions
Setting the motion profile via the profile generator
Configuring the I/O signals
Triggering the Quick Stop function
Fast position capture
3
Note: For details about all available functions, please visit our website
www.schneider-electric.com.
4
References
S
D
2
1
8
A
U
2
0
C
Drive
SD2 = 2-phase stepper motor drive
Example:
S
D
2
1
8
A
U
2
0
C
Drive type
18 = standard
S
D
2
1
8
A
U
2
0
C
Interface
A = CANopen machine bus
S
D
2
1
8
A
U
2
0
C
Peak output current (rms)
U20 = 3 A
U50 = 5 A
S
D
2
1
8
A
U
2
0
C
Supply voltage
C = 48 V
S
D
2
1
8
A
U
2
0
C
5
c
SD218AU50C drive
6
Dimensions (overall)
Drive
WxHxD
mm
SD218AU20C
45 x 37 x 59
SD218AU50C
88 x 54 x 99
7
8
9
10
Presentation:
page 6
SD218P drives:
page 8
SD215D drives:
page 16
BRS2 stepper motors:
page 20
15
Presentation
Lexium SD2 motion control
SD215D stepper motor drives
With pulse/direction (P/D) interface
Presentation
1
2
1
Lexium SD215D stepper motor drives are equipped with control electronics with
pulse/direction (P/D) interface. The pulse/direction (P/D) signals from a master
controller, for example a Lexium LMC, are converted directly into a movement.
2
Lexium SD215D drives can be configured and controlled using Lexium CT PC
commissioning software via the SPI serial link interface.
When combined with Schneider Electric BRS2 stepper motors, SD215D drives
present a highly compact drive system and offer a high level of performance,
while reducing installation, commissioning and wiring costs for a wide variety of
applications.
SD215DU20C drive with pulse/direction interface
Among their many features, these drives offer high-precision positioning (0.036° to
1.8°) as well as optimum motor efficiency due to resonance-free operation. They are
particularly suitable for numerous applications when combined with the BRS2 range
of stepper motors (0.07 to 9.2 Nm torque).
3
Two SD215D drive models are available, one with a 3 A current output
(SD215DU20C) and one with a 5 A current output (SD215DU50C).
3
4
The connections differ depending on the model:
SD215DU20C drives are equipped with:
Two connectors:
- One for the power supply, logic input interface and SPI serial link interface 1
- One for the motor 2
b
4
v
b
v
5
5
SD215DU50C drives are equipped with:
Three connectors:
- One for the logic input interface and SPI serial link interface 3
- One for the power supply interface 4
- One for the motor 5
Supply voltage
Lexium SD215D drives can be powered by a 24 V to 48 V DC supply.
SD215DU50C drive with pulse/direction interface
6
Applications
Application examples for SD215D drives:
Small labelling machines
Medical and laboratory machines
Electronic card assembly machines
Spinning machines
Etc.
b
b
b
b
b
7
8
9
10
Presentation:
page 6
16
SD218P drives:
page 8
SD218A drives:
page 12
BRS2 stepper motors:
page 20
Presentation (continued)
Lexium SD2 motion control
SD215D stepper motor drives
With pulse/direction (P/D) interface
Interfaces
Lexium SD215D drives can be configured and controlled via the SPI serial link
interface.
1
The drives also have:
A logic input interface
A power supply interface
A motor connection interface
b
b
b
SPI serial link interface
The SPI serial link interface is used for commissioning, configuring and maintaining
Lexium SD215D drives.
2
It can be used to connect a PC to a Lexium SD215D drive via an SPI//USB
converter (see page 18).
Lexium CT PC software can then be used via this direct link to access the Lexium
SD215D drive's commissioning, configuration and programming functions.
3
This interface can be used, for example, to configure the following functions:
Setting the motor phase current
Setting the number of steps
Configuring the pulse train
Configuring the input signals
Etc.
4
b
b
b
b
b
5 to 24 V logic input interface
The interface supports 5 to 24 V positive logic (Sink) or negative logic (Source) input
signals, separated by optical coupler:
The reference values are transmitted via two pulse/direction (P/D) signals
The other input signals have the following functions:
“Activation/locking of the power stage” (ENABLE) and “activation/locking of the
indexing pulse” (GATE)
Configuration of the input as positive (Sink) or negative (Source) logic
b
b
v
5
v
6
7
8
9
10
Presentation:
page 6
SD218P drives:
page 8
SD218A drives:
page 12
BRS2 stepper motors:
page 20
17
Lexium SD2 motion control
Presentation (continued),
references
SD215D stepper motor drives
With pulse/direction (P/D) interface
Connection accessories
Specific accessories are available for connecting the various interfaces depending
on the drive model:
1
SD215DU20C drive
Connectors
Description
2
Connectors
1
2
Used for
Item Order in
no. lots of
Power supply, logic input
interface and SPI serial
link interface
1
5
VW3 L5 C03N05
0.010
Motor connection
2
5
VW3 L5 C06N05
0.010
Used for
Cable
length
Unit
reference
Weight
kg
Cordsets
SD215DU20C drive
Description
3
Reference
m
Cordsets with
connector at
one end and
flying leads at
the other
3
Weight
kg
Power supply, logic input
interface and SPI serial
link interface
3
VW3 L3 D03R30
0.331
Motor connection
3
VW3 L3 M02R30
0.221
Used for
Item Order in
no. lots of
Unit
reference
Logic input and SPI serial
link interface
3
5
VW3 L5 C03N05
0.010
Power supply
4
5
VW3 L5 C05N05
0.010
Motor connection
5
5
VW3 L5 C07N05
0.010
Used for
Cable
length
4
4
SD215DU50C drive
Connectors
Description
Connectors
5
5
Weight
kg
Cordsets
Description
6
Reference
m
SD215DU50C drive
Cordsets with
connector at
one end and
flying leads at
the other
kg
Logic input and SPI serial
link interface
3
VW3 L3 D03R30
0.331
Power supply
3
VW3 L3 P03R30
0.161
Motor connection
3
VW3 L3 M01R30
0.371
Cable
length
Reference
Installation accessory
7
SPI/USB converter for SD215D drive
Description
m
Converter equipped with:
One connector for SPI link
1 USB connector
3.6
b
b
8
Weight
SPI/USB converter for SD215D drive
9
10
Presentation:
page 6
18
SD218P drives:
page 8
SD218A drives:
page 12
BRS2 stepper motors:
page 20
Weight
kg
VW3 L1 V303
0.421
Presentation (continued),
references
Lexium SD2 motion control
SD215D stepper motor drives
With pulse/direction (P/D) interface
Main functions
General
All SD215D drive functions can be configured via the SPI serial link interface, by
connecting a terminal or by using Lexium CT PC commissioning software:
Setting the number of steps (from 200 to 51200)
Setting the motor phase current (from 1 to 100% of nominal current)
Reducing the motor phase current (from 0 to 100% of nominal current)
Input signal functions: Transmission of the reference value via pulse/direction or
encoder (A/B) signals
Adjusting the input filter
Etc.
1
b
b
b
b
b
b
2
Parameters can be saved to the drive's internal non-volatile memory. No other
options, such as limit switches, are required.
Note: For details about all available functions, please visit our website
www.schneider-electric.com.
3
References
S
D
2
1
5
D
U
2
0
C
Drive
SD2 = 2-phase stepper motor drive
Example:
S
D
2
1
5
D
U
2
0
C
Drive type
15 = standard
S
D
2
1
5
D
U
2
0
C
Interface
D = pulse/direction (P/D)
S
D
2
1
5
D
U
2
0
C
Peak output current (rms)
U20 = 3 A
U50 = 5 A
S
D
2
1
5
D
U
2
0
C
Supply voltage
C = 48 V
S
D
2
1
5
D
U
2
0
C
4
5
c
SD215DU50C drive
Dimensions (overall)
Drive
WxHxD
mm
SD215DU20C
45 x 33 x 59
SD215DU50C
88 x 54 x 99
6
7
8
9
10
Presentation:
page 6
SD218P drives:
page 8
SD218A drives:
page 12
BRS2 stepper motors:
page 20
19
Lexium SD2 motion control
Presentation,
description
BRS2 2-phase stepper motors
Presentation
BRS2 motors are 2-phase stepper motors. Their robust design ensures that only
minimum maintenance is required.
1
SD21
drive
SD21
drive
p
2
p
p
p
U20C
U50C
They carry out precise step-by-step movements that are predefined by a stepper
motor drive such as a Lexium SD2 drive.
Maximum power is obtained when the motor and electronics are perfectly tuned
to each other.
When used with the appropriate drive, 2-phase stepper motors can be operated
at very high resolutions.
Management of motor disturbance
The sinusoidal commutation and special mechanical design of BRS2 2-phase
stepper motors mean that they are very quiet and run with virtually no resonance.
3
Optimized power
BRS2 motor
BRS2 motor
Lexium SD2 drive and BRS2 stepper motor combinations
4
The optimized internal geometry of BRS2 stepper motors means they are more
powerful than conventional stepper motors.
Flexibility
The modularity of the offer makes it possible to provide a quick solution to meet the
specific needs of each application.
Description
5
1
2
1
2
3
4
Motor connection: version with flying leads
Housing, with black protective coating
Axial flange with four mounting points conforming to the NEMA 13 standard
Smooth shaft end
3
4
6
7
8
9
10
SD2 drives:
page 6
20
SD3 drives:
page 22
SD3 motors:
page 42
Presentation (continued),
references
Lexium SD2 motion control
BRS2 2-phase stepper motors
BRS2 motor offer
BRS236
2-phase
stepper motors
BRS242
BRS257
BRS285
1
2
3
Flange size
–
mm
36
42
57
85
Holding torque
MH
Nm
0.07
0.23 ... 0.53
0.64 ... 1.69
2.96 ... 9.20
Number of steps
z
–
200
Step angle
α
°
1.8
Phase current
–
A
rms
0.75
1.5
2.4 ... 3
6.3
Degree of
protection
–
–
IP 20 according to standard IEC/EN 60034-5
Ambient air
temperature
–
°C
- 25 ... + 40
Winding insulation
class
–
–
B (maximum temperature for windings 130°C) according to standard IEC/EN 60034-1
4
5
References
B
R
S
2
3
6
1
A
0
7
0
Motor type
S = stepper motor
B
R
S
2
3
6
1
A
0
7
0
Number of motor phases
2 = 2-phases
B
R
S
2
3
6
1
A
0
7
0
Flange size
36 = 36 mm
42 = 42 mm
57 = 57 mm
85 = 85 mm
B
R
S
2
3
6
1
A
0
7
0
Number of motor stages
1 = one stage (all flange sizes)
2 = two stages (not available for
36 mm flange)
3 = three stages (not available for
36 mm flange)
B
R
S
2
3
6
1
A
0
7
0
Number of shafts
A = 1 shaft end
B
R
S
2
3
6
1
A
0
7
0
Phase current
07 = 0.75 A rms (BRS236)
15 = 1.5 A rms (BRS242)
24 = 2.4 A rms (BRS257)
30 = 3 A rms (BRS257)
60 = 6 A rms (BRS285)
B
R
S
2
3
6
1
A
0
7
0
Example:
BRS2361A070 stepper motor
Encoder
0 = no encoder
BRS236
BRS242
BRS257
1A070
1A150
WxH
35.3 x 35.3
42.3 x 42.3
2A150
D
26
34
40
7
8
0
9
Dimensions (overall in mm)
Motor type
6
3A150
1A
p
p
0
BRS285
2A
p
p
0
3A
56.4 x 56.4
48
45
54
p
p
0
1A600
2A600
3A600
80
120
86 x 86
76
60
10
SD2 drives:
page 6
SD3 drives:
page 22
SD3 motors:
page 42
21
Lexium SD3 motion control
Presentation
Stepper motor drives
Presentation
The Lexium SD3 offer consists of an SD3 stepper motor drive and a BRS3 3-phase
stepper motor.
This combination provides an extremely compact and high performance drive
system, designed more specifically for complex machines.
Reference values are defined by a master PLC or a motion controller such as the
Lexium LMC. If necessary, the encoder data is fed back from the drive to the PLC
or to the master motion controller.
Compact offer
With its compact size, the SD3 stepper motor drive takes up very little space in the
control cabinet and is easily integrated into the installation.
Lexium SD3 drive controlling a printing machine
Easy to install and commission
The simple wiring of SD315 and SD326 drives means they can be installed quickly.
Commissioning is instantaneous, no software is required.
The SD328 drive is easy to configure from the integrated graphic display terminal,
via the communication bus, or using Lexium CT PC commissioning software, with its
customizable menus.
Flexibility
SD3 stepper motor drives are available in three power classes - 2.5 A, 6.8 A and 10 A.
They are designed to offer open communication to various control system
architectures by means of their communication interfaces or integrated
communication protocols.
Depending on the model, they incorporate an EMC filter to enhance installation
protection, reduce costs and provide an economical means of ensuring that machines
marking requirements. They comply with standard IEC/EN 61800-3,
meet
second edition, categories C2 and C3.
e
Compliance with international standards and certifications
Lexium stepper motor drives have been designed in accordance with the stringent
international standards and recommendations governing electrical industrial control
equipment (IEC, EN), including low voltage control devices, IEC/EN 61800-5-1,
IEC/EN 50178 and IEC/EN 61800-3 (immunity to conducted disturbance induced
by high frequency signals).
e
They bear the
mark in accordance with the European machinery directive
(98/37/EEC) and the European EMC directive (2004/108/EEC).
Lexium SD3 drive controlling textile machines
The entire range is
certified (United States and Canada).
SD328 drives are also TÜV certified in accordance with the safety standards for
medical devices and equipment.
Applications
The Lexium SD3 stepper motor drive range is designed to meet the requirements
of applications needing excellent synchronisation characteristics, such as scanning
or isolation.
With its high torque at low rotation speeds, the BRS3 stepper motor is particularly
suitable for short range positioning applications.
Its high holding torque at standstill also significantly reduces implementation costs
in pick and place applications.
SD315 drives:
page 24
22
SD326 drives:
page 28
SD328 drives:
page 32
BRS3 motors:
page 42
SD2 drives:
page 6
Presentation (continued)
Lexium SD3 motion control
Stepper motor drives
BRS3 3-phase stepper motor/SD3 drive combinations
Motor type
Lexium SD3 drives
24…48 V
supply voltage
115…230 V
10 A rms output
current
2.5 A rms output current
6.8 A rms output current
With EMC filter
With EMC filter and fan
SD315
SD326 U25
SD328 U25
SD326 U68
SD328 U68
Nm (1)
Nm (1)
Nm (1)
Nm (1)
Nm (1)
c
BRS364H
0.51 / 0.45
BRS366H
1.02 / 0.90
BRS368H
1.70 / 1.50
BRS397H
2.26 / 2.0
BRS39AH
4.8 / 4.0
BRS39BH
5.5 / 5.75
a
supply voltage
p
BRS368
1.7 / 1.5
BRS397
2.3 / 2.0
BRS39A
4.5 / 4.0
BRS39B
6.8 / 6.0
p
p
BRS3AC
13.5 / 12.0
BRS3AD
19.7 / 16.5
p
(1) The first value corresponds to the holding torque at standstill MH. The second value corresponds to the nominal torque MN.
SD315 drives:
page 24
SD326 drives:
page 28
SD328 drives:
page 32
BRS3 motors:
page 42
SD2 drives:
page 6
23
Lexium SD3 motion control
Presentation
SD315 stepper motor drives
With pulse/direction (P/D) interface
Presentation
The Lexium SD315 drive is a drive for 3-phase stepper motors equipped with
control electronics with a pulse/direction (P/D) interface.
The reference values are defined and controlled by a master PLC or a motion
controller such as Schneider Electric's Lexium LMC.
They are transmitted in increments by a pulse train via the pulse/direction interface.
Each pulse corresponds to one motor step.
Commissioning is immediate, without the need for software.
The BRS36 and BRS39 range of 3-phase stepper motors (torque from 0.45 to 6 Nm)
combined with SD315 drives provides an extremely compact and high performance
drive system for a wide variety of applications.
SD315 stepper motor drive
Lexium SD315 drives have been designed in compliance with standard
IEC/EN 61800-3, category 2 to conform to electromagnetic compatibility
requirements.
Supply voltage
Lexium SD315 drives can be powered by a 24 V to 48 V DC supply.
Applications
b
b
b
Presentation:
page 22
24
SD326 drives:
page 28
Folding or finishing machines
Small numerical control machines
Sewing machines, embroidery machines
SD328 drives:
page 32
BRS3 motors:
page 42
SD2 drives:
page 6
Lexium SD3 motion control
Description
SD315 stepper motor drives
With pulse/direction (P/D) interface
Description
Two SD315 drive models are available :
- SD315D drive with pulse/direction interface without oscillator interface
- SD315O drive with pulse/direction interface with oscillator interface
8
9
10
1 2 3
4
5
7
SD315D drives have:
1 Rotary switch for setting the motor phase current
2 Parameter switch for setting the “Motor phase current reduction” function and
the “Softstep” function
3 Parameter switch for setting the number of steps and the “ENABLE/GATE”
function
4 Input signal interface
5 EMC mounting plate (accessory, see page 27)
6 Motor connection terminals
7 Two status LEDs (one green and one red)
8 DIN rail mounting plate (accessory, see page 27)
9 Nameplate with simplified manual
10 Power terminals
6
14
15
1
2
3
4
5
6
16
c
10
7
8
9
13
12
SD315O drives have:
1 Potentiometer (maximum frequency limit)
2 Potentiometer (minimum frequency limit)
3 Acc (acceleration) ramp time potentiometer
4 Dec (deceleration) ramp time potentiometer
5 Switch for selecting the source of the analog signal in “Oscillator” mode
6 Interface for “Oscillator” operating mode
7 Interface for 5 or 24 V input signals separated by optocouplers
8 Parameter switch for setting the “Motor phase current reduction” function and
the “Softstep” function
9 Parameter switch for setting the number of steps and the “ENABLE/GATE”
function
10 EMC mounting plate (accessory, see page 27)
11 Motor connection terminals
12 Rotary switch for setting the motor phase current
13 Two status LEDs (one green and one red)
14 DIN rail mounting plate (accessory, see page 27)
15 Nameplate with simplified manual
16 Power terminals
11
Presentation:
page 22
SD326 drives:
page 28
SD328 drives:
page 32
BRS3 motors:
page 42
SD2 drives:
page 6
25
Presentation (continued)
Lexium SD3 motion control
SD315 stepper motor drives
With pulse/direction (P/D) interface
Main functions
The following functions can be set via the SD315 drive parameter switch.
Adjustment functions
b
b
b
b
b
b
Setting the motor phase current (from 3 to 10 A)
Setting the number of steps (from 200 to 10,000)
Reducing the motor phase current at standstill (from 0 to 100% of nominal
current)
“Softstep” function (allows very quiet motor running, in particular at low speeds
or in the event of modification of the predefined reference values)
Setting the “activation/locking of the power stage” (ENABLE) function and the
“activation/locking of the indexing pulse” (GATE) function
Selecting the analog signal source in “Oscillator” mode (on the SD315O version):
integrated or external f_high/f_low potentiometers
Monitoring functions
b
b
b
Overvoltage or undervoltage detection
Temperature control
Detection of a short-circuit between two motor phases
5 V or 24 V input signal functions
b
b
b
b
b
Transmission of the reference value via pulse/direction (P/D) signals
“Activation/locking of the power stage” (ENABLE)
“Activation/locking of the indexing pulse” (GATE)
Direction of motor rotation
Increase/decrease the number of steps by a factor of 10
Display of status information
b
b
b
b
b
b
Turned off
Power stage activated/deactivated
Overheating of the power part
Overvoltage or undervoltage
Pulse frequency too high on the signal interface
Short-circuit between two motor phases
Note: For details of available functions, please visit our website www.schneider-electric.com.
Presentation:
page 22
26
SD326 drives:
page 28
SD328 drives:
page 32
BRS3 motors:
page 42
SD2 drives:
page 6
Lexium SD3 motion control
References
SD315 stepper motor drives
With pulse/direction (P/D) interface
References
Example:
S D 3 1 5 D N 1 0 B 4 0 0
Drive
SD3 = 3-phase stepper motor drive
S
D
3
1
5
D
N
1
0
B
4
0
0
Drive type
15 = standard
S
D
3
1
5
D
N
1
0
B
4
0
0
Interfaces
D = pulse/direction without “Oscillator”
mode
O = pulse/direction with “Oscillator” mode
S
D
3
1
5
D
N
1
0
B
4
0
0
Peak output current (rms)
N10= 10 A
S
D
3
1
5
D
N
1
0
B
4
0
0
Supply voltage
B4 = 24…48 V
S
D
3
1
5
D
N
1
0
B
4
0
0
c
Dimensions (overall)
SD315DN10B400 drive
Drive
WxHxD
mm
74.5 x 117 x 23.5
SD315
Connection accessories
Designation
Reference
Weight
kg
Mounting plate
For mounting to DIN rail
MNA 3MF DINR1
–
EMC mounting plate
(for connection of shielded cables)
MNA 3CS 013
–
Connectors
Spring clam
connector kits
Designation
For SD315D drive
2, 4 and 11 pins
MNA 3CS 008
–
For SD315O drive
2, 4, 11 and 12 pins
MNA 3CS 009
–
Description
Cable
length
Reference
m
Weight
kg
Cordsets for 3-phase stepper motor
Cordsets
for 3-phase
stepper motor
Shielded cable,
4 x 1.5 mm².
Equipped with
one circular connector
(motor end) and
a free end
3
VW3 S5 101 R30
–
5
VW3 S5 101 R50
–
10
VW3 S5 101 R100
–
15
VW3 S5 101 R150
–
20
VW3 S5 101 R200
–
3
VW3 S5 102 R30
–
5
VW3 S5 102 R50
–
10
VW3 S5 102 R100
–
15
VW3 S5 102 R150
–
20
VW3 S5 102 R200
–
Cables for 3-phase stepper motor
Cables
for 3-phase
stepper motor
Presentation:
page 22
SD326 drives:
page 28
SD328 drives:
page 32
Shielded cable,
4 x 1.5 mm².
Flying leads (both ends)
BRS3 motors:
page 42
SD2 drives:
page 6
27
Lexium SD3 motion control
Presentation,
description
SD326 stepper motor drives
With pulse/direction (P/D) interface
Presentation
The Lexium SD326 stepper motor drive is a drive for 3-phase stepper motors
equipped with control electronics with a pulse/direction (P/D) interface.
Reference values are defined and controlled by a master PLC or a motion controller
such as Schneider Electric's Lexium LMC.
They are transmitted in increments by a pulse train via the pulse/direction interface.
Commissioning is immediate, without the need for software.
With the integrated functions, it is possible to modify the stepper resolution and the
motor current value, or to enable the power stage. An output signal indicates the
“Drive ready” status.
The BRS3 range of stepper motors (torque from 0.07 to 16.5 Nm) combined with
SD326 drives provides an extremely compact and high performance drive system
for a wide variety of applications.
SD326 U25 stepper motor drive
p
Supply voltage
Lexium SD326 drives can be powered by a 115 V/230 V AC (switchable) supply.
Version for holding brake and rotation monitoring
SD326 drives are available in several versions.
One of these has a 24 V output for a holding brake; this option is offered with
BRS3 motors (see page 42).
c
This output also enables activation of the "Rotation monitoring” function, which is
available with BRS3 motors equipped with an encoder (see page 42).
Description
1 2 3
5
6
4
SD326 drives have:
1 Status LED
2 Drive parameter setting switch
3 Rotary switch for setting the motor current
4 Interface for the motor “Rotation monitoring” function (optional 12-way female
connector, see accessory page 30)
5 24 V signal interface (spring terminals) for:
Encoder power supply
Output for holding brake or encoder fault
6 Pulse/direction interface (optional 24-way female connector, see accessory
page 30) for:
5 V logic inputs, separated by optocoupler
24 V logic inputs, separated by optocoupler
“Drive ready” output
7 Screw terminals for connecting the line supply
8 Screw terminals for connecting the motor
9 EMC mounting plate (optional, see page 30)
10 Fan (supplied with SD326 U68 drive, in option with SD326 U25 drive, see page
30)
11 Heatsink
b
7
8
b
b
b
9
11
10
b
p
p
Applications
b
b
b
b
b
Presentation:
page 22
28
SD315 drives:
page 24
Printing
Handling
Machining
Packaging
Etc.
SD328 drives:
page 32
BRS3 motors:
page 42
SD2 drives:
page 6
Presentation (continued)
Lexium SD3 motion control
SD326 stepper motor drives
With pulse/direction (P/D) interface
Main functions
The following functions can be set via the SD326 drive's parameter switch.
Adjustment functions
b
b
b
b
Setting the motor phase current (from 0.6 to 6.8 A)
Setting the number of steps (from 200 to 10,000)
Reducing the motor phase current at standstill (from 0 to 60% of nominal
current)
“Softstep” function (allows very quiet motor running, in particular at low speeds
or in the event of modification of the predefined reference values)
Motor monitoring functions
Using a stepper motor with encoder, a version offered for BRS3 motors (see page
42), provides the following functions:
Rotation monitoring:
This function compares the calculated position reference and the actual position
of the motor. If a set deviation limit is exceeded, a rotation fault is signalled.
To use this function a 24 V supply must be connected.
Encoder cable monitoring:
The encoder cable is monitored by a line monitoring system; if a cable is faulty
or missing, the fault is signalled.
Motor temperature monitoring:
If the temperature is too high, the drive malfunctions.
b
c
b
b
Input signal functions
b
b
b
Transmission of the reference value via pulse/direction (P/D) signals
“Activation/locking of the power stage” (ENABLE)
“Activation/locking of the indexing pulse” (GATE)
Note: For details of available functions, please visit our website www.schneider-electric.com.
Presentation:
page 22
SD315 drives:
page 24
SD328 drives:
page 32
BRS3 motors:
page 42
SD2 drives:
page 6
29
Lexium SD3 motion control
References
SD326 stepper motor drives
With pulse/direction (P/D) interface
References
S D 3
2
6 D U 2
5 S 2
Drive
SD3 = 3-phase stepper motor drive
Example:
S
D
3
2
6
D
U
2
5
S
2
Drive type
26 = standard
S
D
3
2
6
D
U
2
5
S
2
Interfaces
D = pulse/direction without rotation monitoring
R = pulse/direction with rotation monitoring and
holding brake
S
D
3
2
6
D
U
2
5
S
2
Peak output current (A rms)
U25 = 2.5 A
U68 = 6.8 A
S
D
3
2
6
D
U
2
5
S
2
Supply voltage
S2 = 115 V/230 V
S
D
3
2
6
D
U
2
5
S
2
a
(switchable)
Dimensions (overall)
Drive
SD326 U68 stepper motor drive
WxHxD
mm
p
72 x 145 x 140
SD326
Mounting accessory
Description
Reference
Application
Mounting plate
For mounting on 35 mm
5
VW3 A11 851
rail
Weight
kg
–
Connection accessories
Designation
Description
Cable
length
Reference
Weight
kg
m
Cordsets for pulse/direction (P/D) interface
Cordsets for pulse/direction interface
5 V, shielded cable
Equipped with a 24-way Molex connector
on the drive side and one stripped end
24 V, shielded cable
Equipped with a 24-way Molex connector
on the drive side and one stripped end
0.5
VW3 S8 201R05
–
1.5
VW3 S8 201R15
–
3
VW3 S8 201R30
–
5
VW3 S8 201R50
–
0.5
VW3 S8 202R05
–
1.5
VW3 S8 202R15
–
3
VW3 S8 202R30
–
5
VW3 S8 202R50
–
Cordsets for connection between pulse/direction interface
and Schneider Electric TSX CFY motion control module
Equipped with a 24-way Molex connector
on the drive side and a 15-way female
SUB-D connector on the PLC side
1.5
VW3 S8 204R15
–
3
VW3 S8 204R30
–
Cordsets for connection between pulse/direction interface
and Siemens S7-300 FM353 PLC
Equipped with a 24-way Molex connector
on the drive side and a 15-way female
SUB-D connector on the PLC side
1.5
VW3 S8 206R15
–
3
VW3 S8 206R30
–
Cordsets for connection between pulse/direction interface
and a Schneider Electric TLM2 motion controller
Equipped with a 24-way Molex connector
on the drive side and a 15-way female
SUB-D connector on the motion controller side
0.5
VW3 S8 208R05
–
1.5
VW3 S8 208R15
–
3
VW3 S8 208R30
–
5
VW3 S8 208R50
–
Comprises 5 24-pole Molex plugs with crimp
contacts.
For 5V/24 V signal interface
–
VW3 S8 212
–
Comprises 5 12-pole Molex plugs with crimp
contacts.
For motor rotation monitoring
–
VW3 M8 213
–
–
VW3 S3 101
–
Connectors
Connector kits
Fan kit for SD326 U25
p
Fan kit 24 V
(supplied with SD326 U68 drive)
c
p
Presentation:
page 22
30
SD315 drives:
page 24
SD328 drives:
page 32
BRS3 motors:
page 42
SD2 drives:
page 6
Lexium SD3 motion control
Presentation,
reference
SD326 stepper motor drives
Integrated EMC filters and optional additional input filters
Presentation
SD326 drives have integrated radio interference input filters to comply with the EMC
standard for adjustable speed electrical power drive systems IEC/EN 61800-3,
edition 2, category C3 in environment 2, and to comply with the European EMC
(electromagnetic compatibility) directive.
For more stringent requirements, the use of additional input filters is recommended
in order to reduce conducted emissions to below the limits of standard IEC/EN 61800-3,
edition 2, categories C2 and C3:
Maximum motor cable length conforming to IEC/EN 61800-3
Category
Additional EMC filter VW3 A31 401
Without EMC filter
With EMC filter
C3
10 m
50 m
C2
–
20 m
Note:
Category C2 in environment 1 corresponds to use in residential areas and restricted
distribution via specialists.
Category C2 in environment 2 corresponds to use in industrial premises.
b
b
The degree of protection of EMC filters is IP 21 after removal of the protective cover
(IP 41 on the upper part with protective cover).
The filter can be fitted on the back or the side of the drive.
Use according to the type of network
Use of these built-in or additional filters is only possible on TN (neutral connection)
and TT (neutral to earth) type networks.
Standard IEC/EN 61800-3, appendix D2.1, states that on IT (isolated or impedance
earthed neutral) type networks, filters can adversely affect the operation of the
insulation monitors. In addition, the effectiveness of additional filters on this type
of network depends on the type of impedance between neutral and earth, and
therefore cannot be predicted.
Note: If a machine is to be installed on an IT network, one solution is to insert an isolation
transformer in order to re-create a TT network on the secondary side.
Reference
Single-phase supply voltage: 115 V/230 V
Description
Additional EMC filter
a
50/60 Hz
In (1)
Reference
9
VW3 A31 401
Weight
kg
0.600
(1) Nominal filter current
Presentation:
page 22
SD315 drives:
page 24
SD328 drives:
page 32
BRS3 motors:
page 42
SD2 drives:
page 6
31
Lexium SD3 motion control
Presentation,
description
SD328 stepper motor drives
For CANopen/CANmotion, Modbus, PROFIBUS DP
Presentation
Lexium SD328 drives are 3-phase stepper motor drives equipped with control
electronics and numerous interfaces for commissioning, programming and
maintenance.
Control and command are handled by a master PLC or by a motion controller such
as the Lexium LMC.
Reference values are transmitted via:
The CANopen communication bus, Modbus serial link (SD328A drive)
or PROFIBUS DP fieldbus (SD328B drive)
The CANopen interface on the SD328A drive can be used to connect a
CANopen machine bus or a CANopen/CANmotion machine bus; a motion
controller, such as a Lexium LMC, can synchronize up to 8 drive axes via the
CANopen/CANmotion machine bus.
±10 V analog signals for “Oscillator” operating mode (SD328A drive).
Pulse/direction or A/B encoder signals for “Electronic gearing” mode.
b
b
b
SD328 U25 stepper motor drive
p
Numerous integrated functions can be used to meet the needs of most motion
control applications.
The BRS3 range of stepper motors (torque from 0.07 to 19.7 Nm) combined with
SD328 drives provides an extremely compact and high performance drive system
for a wide variety of applications.
Supply voltage
Lexium SD328 drives can be powered by a 1115 V/230 V AC (switchable) supply.
Version with holding brake
SD328 drives are available in several versions.
One of these has a 24 V output for a holding brake; this option is offered with
BRS3 motors (see page 42).
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Description
1
2
SD328 drives have:
1 Spring terminals for:
±10 V analog reference input in “Oscillator” mode (for SD328A drive)
Connection to the CANopen/CANmotion machine bus (for SD328A drive)
Connection to the PROFIBUS DP fieldbus (for SD328B drive)
8 logic I/O assigned according to the selected operating mode
2 Female RJ45 connector for connection to:
The Modbus serial link or CANopen machine bus (for SD328A drive)
A PC with Lexium CT commissioning software installed
The remote display terminal
3 12-way female connector for motor encoder (option, see page 34)
4 Connection terminals for the 24 V power supply and holding brake
5 10-way female connector for pulse/direction (P/D) or A/B encoder signals
in “Electronic gearing” mode (option, see page 34)
6 Screw terminals for connecting the line supply
7 Screw terminals for connecting the motor and external braking resistors
8 EMC mounting plate (option, see page 34)
9 Fan (supplied with SD328 U68 drive, in option with SD328 U25 drive, see
page 34)
10 Bracket for EMC mounting plate
11 Heatsink
b
b
b
4
5
3
b
b
b
6
b
7
8
11
10
9
p
p
Applications
b
b
b
b
b
Presentation:
page 22
32
SD315 drives:
page 24
Printing
Materials handling
Machining
Packaging
Etc.
SD326 drives:
page 28
BRS3 motors:
page 42
SD2 drives:
page 6
Presentation (continued)
Lexium SD3 motion control
SD328 stepper motor drives
For CANopen/CANmotion, Modbus, PROFIBUS DP
Main functions
Commissioning functions
Commissioning can be performed:
Locally, using the following tools:
Integrated graphic display terminal
Remote display terminal
Lexium CT PC commissioning software
In local mode, motion is controlled by an analog signal (± 10 V) or by RS 422 signals
(pulse/direction signals).
Limit switches or reference sensors cannot be connected.
Via a communication bus: All communication is then controlled by the bus.
b
v
v
v
b
Operating modes
The operating modes available for the SD328 drive depend on the type of control
selected.
Operating mode
For SD3
28A
Control
28B Via the
communication
bus
Local
Transmission of reference
value
Manual mode (JOG)
Communication bus,
Lexium CT PC commissioning
software, integrated graphic
display terminal
Oscillator mode
Communication bus,
Lexium CT PC commissioning
software, ±10 V analog signals
Electronic gearing
mode
Pulse/direction signals (P/D),
A/B encoder signals
Point-to-point mode
Communication bus,
Lexium CT PC commissioning
software
Velocity profile
mode
Communication bus,
Lexium CT PC commissioning
software
Homing mode
Communication bus,
Lexium CT PC commissioning
software
Motion sequence
mode
Communication bus,
Lexium CT PC commissioning
software
Functions available
Functions not available
Safe Torque Off (Power Removal) safety function
SD328 drives feature the integrated “Safe Torque Off” function which prevents
unintended restarting of the motor. The motor no longer produces any torque when
this safety function is activated.
It enables a category 0 stop (Safe Torque Off “STO”) or a category 1 stop (Safe
Stop 1 “SS1”) to be performed in accordance with standard IEC/EN 60204-1
without external power protection devices. It complies with the product standard
IEC/EN 61800-5-2 for both stop functions.
The drive does not have to be turned off, which helps reduce system costs and
restart times.
The integrated Safe Torque Off function also conforms to the requirements
of standard IEC/EN 61508 level SIL2, ISO 13849-1 performance level “d” (PL d).
Note: For details of available functions, please visit our website www.schneider-electric.com.
Presentation:
page 22
SD315 drives:
page 24
SD326 drives:
page 28
BRS3 motors:
page 42
SD2 drives:
page 6
33
Lexium SD3 motion control
References
SD328 stepper motor drives
For CANopen/CANmotion, Modbus, PROFIBUS DP
References
S D
3
2
8
A U
2
5
S
2
Drive
SD3 = 3-phase stepper motor drive
Example:
S
D
3
2
8
A
U
2
5
S
2
Drive type
28 = standard
S
D
3
2
8
A
U
2
5
S
2
Interfaces
A = CANopen machine bus, Modbus serial link
and analog input
B = PROFIBUS DP fieldbus
S
D
3
2
8
A
U
2
5
S
2
Peak output current (rms)
U25 = 2.5 A
U68 = 6.8 A
S
D
3
2
8
A
U
2
5
S
2
Supply voltage
S2 =115 V/230 V
S
D
3
2
8
A
U
2
5
S
2
a
(switchable)
Dimensions (overall)
Drive
SD328 U68 stepper motor drive
p
WxHxD
mm
72 x 145 x 140
SD328
Mounting accessory
Designation
Mounting plate
Application
For mounting on 35 mm
Reference
5
rail
VW3 A11 851
Weight
kg
–
Connection accessories
Designation
Connector kits
Description
Reference
Weight
kg
Comprises 5 12-pole Molex plugs;
with crimp contacts.
For motor rotation monitoring
VW3 M8 213
–
Comprises 5 10-pole Molex plugs;
with crimp contacts
For pulse/direction or A/B encoder
interface
VW3 M8 212
–
Fan kit
Designation
Fan kit
Presentation:
page 22
34
SD315 drives:
page 24
c
Reference
24 V
SD326 drives:
page 28
VW3 S3 101
BRS3 motors:
page 42
SD2 drives:
page 6
Weight
kg
–
Lexium SD3 motion control
Presentation,
references
SD328 stepper motor drives
For CANopen/CANmotion, Modbus, PROFIBUS DP
Connection accessories for pulse/direction (P/D) interface
SD328 stepper motor drives are designed to transmit reference values via pulse/direction (P/D) or encoder A/B signals powered by an external
supply. These signals are distributed via the SD328 drive's pulse/direction signal interface, used in “Electronic gearing” mode.
PLC
1
1
8
9
15
3
2
1
8
9
15
3
8
15
1
9
1
9
8
15
8
15
8
15
8
15
8
15
8
15
1
9
1
9
1
9
1
9
1
9
4
8
15
1
9
1
9
8
15
5VSE
CN8
ACTIVE (CN1...CN5
24VDC 0VDC
12345
CN9
S1
8
15
8
15
8
15
8
15
8
15
1
9
1
9
1
9
1
9
1
9
4
5VSE
)
OFF
CN8
5
ACTIVE (CN1...CN5
24VDC 0VDC
12345
CN9
S1
)
OFF
5
SD328
Designation
Description
Splitter box for encoder or pulse/direction
signals (RVA)
See page 38
Cordset for connecting two VW3 M3 101
splitter boxes or
one VW3 M3 101 splitter box and
one VW3 M3 102 RS 422 converter
Cordsets for connection between VW3 M3 101
splitter box and SD328 drive
Item no. Cable
length
m
4
–
For distributing A/B encoder signals
or pulse/direction signals to 5 drives.
Includes one 24 V c power supply unit
for 5 V c encoder power supply.
Mounted on rail.
3
For cascading two splitter boxes.
Equipped with two 15-way female SUB-D
connectors.
Equipped with a 10-way Molex connector 5
on the drive side and a 15-way female
SUB-D connector.
RS 422 converter
(USIC: Universal Signal Interface Converter)
See page 38
For converting 24 V control signals
to the RS 422 standard
2
Cordsets for connection between PLC
and RS 422 converter
See page 38
Equipped with a 15-way female SUB-D
connector and one stripped end.
Shielded cable.
1
Cordsets for pulse/direction, ESIM or A/B encoder signal
interface
Equipped with a 10-way Molex connector –
on the drive side and one stripped end.
Cordsets for connection between pulse/direction interface Equipped with a 10-way Molex connector –
and Schneider Electric TSX CFY motion control module
on the drive side and a 15-way female
SUB-D connector on the PLC side.
Cordset for connection between pulse/direction interface
and Siemens S5 IP247 PLC
Cordset for connection between pulse/direction interface
and Siemens S5 IP267 PLC
Cordset for connection between pulse/direction interface
and Siemens S7-300 FM353 PLC
Presentation:
page 22
SD315 drives:
page 24
Equipped with a 10-way Molex connector –
on the drive side and a 9-way female
SUB-D connector on the PLC side.
Equipped with a 10-way Molex connector –
on the drive side and a 9-way female
SUB-D connector on the PLC side.
Equipped with a 10-way Molex connector –
on the drive side and a 15-way female
SUB-D connector on the PLC side.
SD326 drives:
page 28
BRS3 motors:
page 42
Reference
VW3 M3 101
Weight
kg
–
0.5
VW3 M8 211R05
–
0.5
1.5
3
5
–
VW3 M8 209R05
VW3 M8 209R15
VW3 M8 209R30
VW3 M8 209R50
VW3 M3 102
–
0.5
1.5
3
5
0.5
1.5
3
5
0.5
1.5
3
5
3
VW3 M8 210R05
VW3 M8 210R15
VW3 M8 210R30
VW3 M8 210R50
VW3 M8 201R05
VW3 M8 201R15
VW3 M8 201R30
VW3 M8 201R50
VW3 M8 204R05
VW3 M8 204R15
VW3 M8 204R30
VW3 M8 204R50
VW3 M8 205R30
–
3
VW3 M8 206R30
–
3
VW3 M8 207R30
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
SD2 drives:
page 6
35
Lexium SD3 motion control
Presentation,
references
SD328 stepper motor drives
Dialogue: integrated display terminal and optional
remote display terminal
The SD328 stepper motor drive can be controlled in local mode using:
The integrated display terminal
The remote display terminal
Lexium CT PC commissioning software
b
b
b
Integrated display terminal
The 4-digit display shows the drive states, faults and parameter values of the
SD328 drive. The navigation buttons are used to navigate through the menus,
modify values and enter the main settings.
RUN
8.8.8.8
BUS
ERR
ESC
The integrated display terminal also provides the following features:
Initial settings:
Motor selection
Communication bus address and transmission speed
Logic I/O types (for SD328A drive)
Drive settings:
Speed reduction ratios
Phase current for stopping, acceleration and continuous movement
Drive configuration:
Motor encoder configuration
Signal selection on the position interface
Direction of rotation
Time delay for holding brake release and engage
Manual mode (JOG)
Error display
Display of status information:
Digital I/O status
Actual rotation speed and actual position of the motor
DC bus power supply
Drive and motor temperature
Error and fault log
Operating hours counter
ENT
b
v
v
v
b
v
v
b
Integrated display terminal
v
v
v
v
b
b
b
v
v
v
v
v
v
Remote terminal (optional)
The SD328 stepper drive motor can be connected to a remote terminal. This terminal
can be mounted on an enclosure door with IP 65 degree of protection.
The remote terminal has a graphic display screen and provides access to the same
functions as the integrated display terminal.
Description
1
The remote terminal has the following on its front panel:
1 4-digit graphic display for:
Displaying numerical values and codes
Saving values
Indicating drive faults (display flashes)
2 ESC
Aborts a value, menu or parameter
Restores the last saved value
3 Red LED on: DC bus ON
4 ENT:
Opens a menu or displays a parameter
Saves the displayed value
5 Quick Stop:
Stop: software stop
Continue: fault reset
6 RUN: local control of motor start
7 Inactive key
8 Down arrow:
Go to next menu or parameter
Decrease the displayed value
9 Up arrow:
Go to previous menu or parameter
Increase the displayed value
b
b
b
8.8.8.8
b
b
9
2
ESC
b
3
ENT
8
xxxx
xxxx
7
RUN
STOP
RESET
6
5
4
b
b
b
b
b
Reference
Designation
Remote display
terminal
36
Description
Reference
Supplied with a cordset equipped with
2 connectors, a seal and screws
VW3 A31 101
Weight
kg
–
Presentation (continued)
Lexium SD3 motion control
SD328 stepper motor drives
Dialogue: Lexium CT PC commissioning software
(optional)
Presentation
Description
Lexium CT PC commissioning software is used for commissioning, parameter
setting and diagnostics of SD328 stepper motor drives.
In addition to the functions of the integrated display terminal, it provides the
following functionality:
Graphic interfaces for parameter setting and status display
Diagnostic tools for optimization and maintenance
Long-term recording for analysis of behaviour during operation
Input and output signal testing
On-screen display of signal traces
Archiving of settings and backups (with export functions for data processing)
b
b
b
Lexium CT PC commissioning software
b
b
b
Required configuration
A terminal or a laptop PC with serial interface, with Microsoft Windows® 2000/XP/
Vista operating system.
Download
Lexium CT PC software can be downloaded from our website
www.schneider-electric.com.
Connection accessory
Designation
Description
Cable
length
Reference
m
PC serial port
connection kit
Presentation:
page 22
SD315 drives:
page 24
SD326 drives:
page 28
Cordset with an RJ45 connector
on the drive side and an RS 232/
RS 485 converter equipped with
a 9-way female SUB-D connector
on the PC side
BRS3 motors:
page 42
3
Weight
kg
VW3 A8 106
–
SD2 drives:
page 6
37
Lexium SD3 motion control
Presentation,
references
SD328 stepper motor drives
Accessories: RS 422 converter (USIC) and signal
splitter box (RVA)
RS 422 converter (USIC)
The RS 422 converter (USIC) is used to connect the pulse/direction (P/D) interface
to a master, such as a PLC.
Use of the converter is recommended in the following cases:
To enable communication between 24 V signals and 5 V signals
When electrical isolation of the signals is necessary (for example, in an
environment with high levels of disturbance)
When signals have to be connected to an open collector at a distance of more
than 3 m or when the frequency exceeds 50 kHz
b
b
b
It has the following characteristics:
24 V or 5 V input signals (separated by optocoupler)
Control signals conforming to the RS 422 standard
Electrical isolation of the signals
b
c
b
b
Note: A 24 V
Designation
c
PELV supply is required.
Description
Cable
length
Reference
m
Weight
kg
Reference
RS 422 converter (USIC)
To convert 24 V signals to the
RS 422 standard
–
VW3 M3 102
–
Equipped with a 15-way female SUB-D
connector on the converter side and
one stripped end.
Shielded cable.
0.5
VW3 M8 210R05
–
1.5
VW3 M8 210R15
–
3
VW3 M8 210R30
–
5
VW3 M8 10R50
–
c
Connection accessories
Pulse/direction cordsets for connecting a PLC
to an RS 422 converter
Signal splitter box (RVA)
This splitter box is for distributing A/B encoder signals or pulse/direction (P/D) signals from the master to one or more SD328 drives.
A maximum of five drives can be connected to it.
The master can be an external encoder (A/B signals) or ESIM (Encoder SIMulation) output signals.
The splitter box also powers the encoder with a 5 V supply, via the “Sense” cables.
It operates on a 24 V
c
supply. Power ON is indicated by an LED (5VSE).
Designation
Description
Cable
length
Reference
m
Weight
kg
Reference
Signal splitter box (RVA)
For distributing A/B encoder signals
or pulse/direction signals to 5 drives.
Includes one 24 V power supply unit
for 5 V encoder power supply.
Mounted on rail.
–
VW3 M3 101
–
For cascading two splitter boxes.
Equipped with two 15-way female
SUB-D connectors.
0.5
VW3 M8 211R05
–
c
c
Connection accessory
Cordset for splitter box
Presentation:
page 22
38
SD315 drives:
page 24
SD326 drives:
page 28
BRS3 motors:
page 42
SD2 drives:
page 6
Lexium SD3 motion control
Presentation,
references
SD328 stepper motor drives
Integrated EMC filters and optional additional input filters
Presentation
SD328 drives have integrated radio interference input filters to comply with the
EMC standard for adjustable speed electrical power drive systems IEC/EN 61800-3,
edition 2, category C3 in environment 2, and to comply with the European EMC
(electromagnetic compatibility) directive.
For more stringent requirements, the use of additional input filters is recommended
in order to reduce conducted emissions to below the limits of standard
IEC/EN 61800-3, edition 2, categories C2 and C3:
Maximum motor cable length conforming to IEC/EN 61800-3
Category
Additional EMC filter VW3 A31 401
Without EMC filter
With EMC filter
C3
10 m
50 m
C2
–
20 m
Note:
Category C2 in environment 1 corresponds to use in residential areas and restricted
distribution via specialists.
Category C3 in environment 2 corresponds to use in industrial premises.
b
b
The degree of protection of EMC filters is IP 21 after removal of the protective cover
(IP 41 on the upper part with protective cover).
The filter can be fitted on the back or the side of the drive.
Use according to the type of network
Use of these built-in or additional filters is only possible on TN (neutral connection)
and TT (neutral to earth) type networks.
Standard IEC/EN 61800-3, appendix D2.1, states that on IT (isolated or impedance
earthed neutral) type networks, filters can adversely affect the operation of the
insulation monitors. In addition, the effectiveness of additional filters on this type
of network depends on the type of impedance between neutral and earth, and
therefore cannot be predicted.
Note: If a machine is to be installed on an IT network, one solution is to insert an isolation
transformer in order to re-create a TT network on the secondary side.
Reference
Single-phase supply voltage: 115 V/230 V
Description
Additional EMC filter
a
50/60 Hz
In (1)
Reference
9
VW3 A31 401
Weight
kg
0.600
(1) Nominal filter current
Presentation:
page 22
SD315 drives:
page 24
SD326 drives:
page 28
BRS3 motors:
page 42
SD2 drives:
page 6
39
Lexium SD3 motion control
Presentation,
references
SD328 stepper motor drives
Communication buses and networks:
CANopen machine bus for SD328A drive
Presentation
SD328A stepper motor drives can be connected directly to a CANopen machine bus via two interfaces (CN1 or CN4).
On the CN1 interface, three spring terminals are available. The CN4 interface is an RJ45 connector.
Each subscriber to the CANopen machine bus must be configured before using the network. The transmission speed must be the same for all
subscribers. The address and transmission speed are set during commissioning.
The machine bus must be fitted with a line terminator at each end. This terminator is activated by means of switch S1.
When combined with a Lexium Motion Controller, the CANmotion bus can be used for axis synchronisation in applications that require control
of up to 8 axes.
1
1
3
2
2
4
3
4
5
5
SD328A
SD328A
Example of connection to the CANopen/CANmotion bus
Example of connection to the CANopen machine bus by means of a tap junction
1 Motion controller such as the Lexium LMC
2 CANopen cordset VW3 M3 805R010
3 CANopen cable TSX CAN
1
2
3
4
5
p
p
PLC, such as the Premium, or Twido programmable controller
TSX CAN cable with SUB-D connector TSX CAN KCDF90T
TSX CAN cable
CANopen tap VW3 CAN TAP2
CANopen cordset VW3 CAN CARR
p
p
p
p
p
p
Accessories for connection to the CANopen/CANmotion machine bus
Designation
Description
Cable
length
Reference
m
Equipped with an RJ45 connector at each
end
CANopen cordsets
0.3
kg
VW3 CAN CARR03
0.050
1
VW3 CAN CARR1
0.500
Equipped with a 9-way female SUB-D
1
connector with integrated line terminator and
1 RJ45 connector
VW3 M3 805R010
–
e
IP 20 CANopen cables
Weight
Standard cable,
marking, low smoke,
50
zero halogen, flame retardant (IEC 60332-1)
100
TSX CAN CA50
4.930
TSX CAN CA100
8.800
300
TSX CAN CA300
24.560
50
TSX CAN CB50
3.580
100
TSX CAN CB100
7.840
300
TSX CAN CB300
21.870
50
TSX CAN CD50
3.510
100
TSX CAN CD100
7.770
21.700
UL certification,
(IEC 60332-1)
e
marking, flame retardant
For harsh environments (1) or mobile
installation,
marking, low smoke,
zero halogen, flame retardant
(IEC 60332-1)
300
TSX CAN CD300
IP 20 CANopen tap
With 2 RJ45 ports for trunk cable tap-off
–
VW3 CAN TAP2
–
Daisy chain tap
With 3 RJ45 connectors and 1 x 0.3 m cable
0.3
TCS CTN 023F13M03
–
IP 20 CANopen connector
(Twido programmable controller side)
9-way female, right angle, SUB-D connector. –
Switch for line terminator.
TSX CAN KCDF90T
–
e
(1) Harsh environments:
- Resistance to hydrocarbons, industrial oils, detergents, solder splashes
- Relative humidity up to 100%
- Saline atmosphere
- Significant temperature variations
- Operating temperature between -10°C and +70°C
Presentation:
page 22
40
SD315 drives:
page 24
SD326 drives:
page 28
BRS3 motors:
page 42
SD2 drives:
page 6
Lexium SD3 motion control
Presentation,
references
SD328 stepper motor drives
Communication buses and networks:
Modbus serial link for SD328A drive
Presentation
SD328A stepper motor drives can be connected directly to the Modbus serial link via the CN4 interface.
Each device then receives an address.
The transmission speed must be the same for all drives connected to the Modbus serial link.
1
2
3
1
4
6
4
6 5
4
4
4
3
5
4
4
SD328A
4
SD328A
Example of connection with splitter box and
RJ45 connectors (1)
Example of connection with junction box and subscriber socket (1)
1 PLC
2 Modbus cable, depending on the type of control unit
or PLC
3 Modbus splitter box LU9 GC3
4 Modbus serial link cable VW3 A8 306R
5 RC line terminator VW3 A8 306RC
6 Modbus T-junction box VW3 A8 306TF
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
p
p
p
p
PLC
Modbus cable, depending on the type of control unit or PLC
Modbus serial link cable TSX CSA
Modbus junction box TSX SCA 50
Subscriber socket TSX SCA 62
Modbus serial link cable VW3 A8 306
Modbus serial link cable VW3 A8 306D30
p
p
p
(1) Connection via screw terminals:
Use a Modbus serial link cable VW3 A8 306D30 and an RC line terminator VW3 A8 306DRC.
Accessories for Modbus serial link connection
Designation
Description
Cable
length
Reference
m
Weight
kg
Junction box for
Modbus serial link
3 screw terminals and one RC line terminator,
to be connected using cable VW3 A8 306D30
–
TSX SCA 50
0.520
Subscriber socket
Two 15-way female SUB-D connectors,
2 screw terminals and an RC line terminator.
To be connected using cable VW3 A8 306
–
TSX SCA 62
0.570
Modbus splitter box
10 RJ45 connectors and 1 screw terminal
–
LU9 GC3
0.500
Line terminators
For RJ45 connector
For screw terminals
Cordsets for Modbus serial link
Cables for Modbus serial link
Presentation:
page 22
–
VW3 A8 306RC
0.010
–
VW3 A8 306R
0.010
R = 120 Ω, C = 1 nF
–
VW3 A8 306DRC
0.200
R = 150 Ω
–
VW3 A8 306DR
0.200
0.3
VW3 A8 306TF03
1
VW3 A8 306TF10
Equipped with one RJ45 connector and
one stripped end.
For Modbus junction box TSX SCA 50
3
VW3 A8 306D30
0.150
Equipped with an RJ45 connector
and a 15-way SUB-D connector.
For subscriber socket TSX SCA 62
3
VW3 A8 306
0.150
Equipped with 2 RJ45 connectors
0.3
VW3 A8 306R03
0.025
1
VW3 A8 306R10
0.060
3
VW3 A8 306R30
0.130
100
TSX CSA 100
5.680
200
TSX CSA 200
10.920
500
TSX CSA 500
30.000
With integrated cable
Modbus RJ45 T-junction boxes
R = 120 Ω, C = 1 nF
R = 150 Ω
Double shielded twisted pair for RS 485 serial
link, without connector
SD315 drives:
page 24
SD326 drives:
page 28
BRS3 motors:
page 42
–
–
SD2 drives:
page 6
41
Lexium SD3 motion control
Presentation
BRS3 3-phase stepper motors
Presentation
BRS3 motors are 3-phase stepper motors. Their robust design ensures that only
minimum maintenance is required.
They carry out precise step-by-step movements that are predefined by a stepper
motor drive.
Maximum power is obtained when the motor and electronics are perfectly tuned
to each other.
When used with the appropriate drive, 3-phase stepper motors can be operated
at very high resolutions.
Management of motor disturbance
The sinusoidal commutation and special mechanical design of BRS3 3-phase
stepper motors mean that they are very quiet and run with virtually no resonance.
Optimized power
The optimized internal geometry of BRS3 stepper motors means they are more
powerful than conventional stepper motors.
Flexibility
The modularity of the offer makes it possible to provide a quick solution to meet the
specific needs of each application.
Options
Lexium SD3 drive and BRS3 stepper motor
combinations
Options, such as the holding brake or encoder, as well as rugged planetary
gearboxes without mechanical backlash, increase the performance of the system.
Holding brake
BRS3 motors offer a version that allows the addition of a holding brake
(see references pages 44 to 47).
The holding brake is an electromagnetic pressure spring brake which locks the
motor shaft when the motor current is cut (for example, in the event of a fault or an
Emergency Stop), thereby significantly increasing safety.
Locking of the motor shaft is also necessary in cases of torque overload, for example
during vertical movement.
The connector (Hirschmann G4 A 5M) is supplied.
Note: The holding brake option cannot be used if the motor is equipped with a second shaft end.
Encoder
BRS3 3-phase stepper motors can be equipped with an encoder (see references
pages 44 to 47).
If the stepper motor drive is equipped with an electronic rotation monitoring system,
the encoder can be used as a system for measuring the actual position of the rotor.
Using the encoder makes it possible to compare the calculated position reference
with the actual position of the motor. If a following deviation limit is exceeded, a
rotation fault is signalled, for example in the event of “mechanical stiffness”.
The use of an encoder also provides the added benefit of temperature measurement
via an integrated sensor.
Note: Motors with encoder are equipped with an additional connector.
The encoder option is not compatible with the second shaft end option.
Planetary gearboxes
To complete the BRS3 motor range, Schneider Electric offers planetary gearboxes
which can be used to adapt rotation speeds and torques while ensuring high precision.
See page 48.
SD3 drives:
page 22
42
SD2 drives:
page 6
BRS2 motors:
page 20
Lexium SD3 motion control
Presentation,
description (continued)
BRS3 3-phase stepper motors
Description
1
2
BRS3 motors comprise:
1 Motor connection: version with angled connector
2 Additional earthing terminal
3 Housing, with black protective coating
4 Axial flange with four mounting points conforming to standard DIN 42918
5 Smooth shaft end conforming to standard DIN 42918
3
4
5
BRS3 motor offer
3-phase stepper motors
BRS
364
366
368
397
39A
39B
3AC
Flange size
–
mm
57
85
110
Maximum torque
Mmax
Nm
0.45…1.50
1.7…6.0
12.0…16.5
Holding torque
MH
Nm
0.45…1.70
1.92…6.78
13.5…19.7
Number of steps
z
–
200 / 400 / 500 / 1000 / 2000 / 4000 / 5000 / 10 000
Step angle
α
°
1.8 / 0.9 / 0.72 / 0.36 / 0.18 / 0.09 / 0.072 / 0.036
–
A rms
–
Phase current
W winding
H winding
0.9
5.2
5.8
0.95
1;75
2
–
kg
0.7
Degree of protection
according to standard IEC/EN 60034-5
–
–
IP 56 (except for shaft end - IP 41)
Ambient air temperature
–
°C
- 25…+ 40
Winding insulation class
according to standard IEC/EN 60034-1
–
–
F (maximum temperature for windings 155°C)
SD2 drives:
page 6
2
2.1
4.1
4.75
–
Weight
SD3 drives:
page 22
2.25
5.8
3AD
3.2
4.3
8.2
11.2
BRS2 motors:
page 20
43
Lexium SD3 motion control
References
BRS3 3-phase stepper motors
For Lexium SD315 drives
BRS36 stepper motor
p
Example:
BRS368 stepper motor
B R S 3 6 8 H 1 3 1 A C A
Motor type
S = stepper motor
B R S 3
6
8
H 1
3
0
A C A
Number of motor phases
3 = 3 phases
B R S 3
6
8
H 1
3
1
A C A
Flange size
6 = 57 mm
B R S 3
6
8
H 1
3
1
A C A
Motor length
4 = 42 mm
6 = 56 mm
8 = 79 mm
B R S 3
6
8
H 1
3
1
A C A
B R S 3
6
8
H 1
3
1
A C A
Shaft type
0 = Ø 6.35 mm smooth shaft, IP 41
1 = Ø 8 mm smooth shaft, IP 41
S = to customer specification
B R S 3
6
8
H 1
3
1
A C A
Centering collar
3 = 38 mm
B R S 3
6
8
H 1
3
1
A C A
Encoder (2)
0 = without encoder
1 = with encoder (1000 points/turn)
B R S 3
6
8
H 1
3
1
A C A
Holding brake (2)
A = without holding brake
F = with holding brake
B R S 3
6
8
H 1
3
1
A C A
Type of connection
A = end with flying leads
B = terminals
C = connector
B R S 3
6
8
H 1
3
1
A C A
Second shaft end (2)
A = without second shaft end
B = with second shaft end
B R S 3
6
8
H 1
3
1
A C A
Winding type (1)
H = 34 V
(48 V
a
c
)
Dimensions (overall in mm)
Motor type
BRS
364
WxH
57.2 x 57.2
D
42
366
368
56
79
(1) Possible motor/shaft type combinations depending on the length of the motor:
- Motor lengths 4 and 6 = 0
- Motor length 8 = 1
(2) The “Holding brake” and “Encoder” options are not compatible with the “Second shaft end”
option.
SD3 drives:
page 22
44
SD2 drives:
page 6
BRS2 motors:
page 20
References (continued)
Lexium SD3 motion control
BRS3 3-phase stepper motors
For Lexium SD315 drives
BRS39 stepper motor
p
Example:
B R S 3
9
7
H 2
6
1
A C A
Number of motor phases
3 = 3 phases
B R S 3
9
7
H 2
6
1
A C A
Flange size
9 = 85 mm
B R S 3
9
7
H 2
6
1
A C A
Motor length
7 = 68 mm
A = 98 mm
B = 128 mm
B R S 3
9
7
H 2
6
1
A C A
B R S 3
9
7
H 2
6
1
A C A
Shaft type (1)
2 = Ø 9.5 mm smooth shaft, IP 41
3 = Ø 12 mm smooth shaft, IP 41
4 = Ø 14 mm smooth shaft, IP 41
5 = Ø 9.5 mm disc key, IP 41
6 = Ø 12 mm disc key, IP 41
7 = Ø 14 mm disc key, IP 41
B R S 3
9
7
H 2
6
1
A C A
Centering collar
6 = 60 mm
7 = 73 mm
B R S 3
9
7
H 2
6
1
A C A
Encoder (2)
0 = without encoder
1 = with encoder (1000 points/turn)
B R S 3
9
7
H 2
6
1
A C A
Holding brake (2)
A = without holding brake
F = with holding brake
B R S 3
9
7
H 2
6
1
A C A
Type of connection
A = end with flying leads
B = terminals
C = connector
B R S 3
9
7
H 2
6
1
A C A
Second shaft end (2)
A = without second shaft end
B = with second shaft end
B R S 3
9
7
H 2
6
1
A C A
Winding type
(48 V
H = 34 V
a
BRS39 stepper motor
p
B R S 3 9 7 H 2 6 1 A C A
Motor type
S = stepper motor
c
)
Dimensions (overall in mm)
Motor type
BRS
397
WxH
85 x 85
D
67.5
39A
39B
97.5
127.5
(1) Possible motor/shaft type combinations depending on the length of the motor:
- Motor length 7 = 2, 3, 5, 6
- Motor length A = 2, 3, 5 , 6
- Motor length B = 4, 7
(2) The “Holding brake” and “Encoder” options are not compatible with the “Second shaft end”
option.
SD3 drives:
page 22
SD2 drives:
page 6
BRS2 motors:
page 20
45
References (continued)
Lexium SD3 motion control
BRS3 3-phase stepper motors
For Lexium SD326 and SD328 drives
BRS36 stepper motor
p
Example:
B R S 3
6
8
W 1
3
0
A B A
Number of motor phases
3 = 3 phases
B R S 3
6
8
W 1
3
1
A B A
Flange size
6 = 57 mm
B R S 3
6
8
W 1
3
1
A B A
Motor length
8 = 79 mm
B R S 3
6
8
W 1
3
1
A B A
B R S 3
6
8
W 1
3
1
A B A
Shaft type
0 = Ø 6.35 mm smooth shaft, IP 41
1 = Ø 8 mm smooth shaft, IP 41
B R S 3
6
8
W 1
3
1
A B A
Centering collar
3 = 38 mm
B R S 3
6
8
W 1
3
1
A B A
Encoder (1)
0 = without encoder
1 = with encoder (1000 points/turn)
B R S 3
6
8
W 1
3
1
A B A
Holding brake (1)
A = without holding brake
F = with holding brake
B R S 3
6
8
W 1
3
1
A B A
Type of connection
B = terminals
C = connector
B R S 3
6
8
W 1
3
1
A B A
Second shaft end (1)
A = without second shaft end
B = with second shaft end
B R S 3
6
8
W 1
3
1
A B A
Maximum voltage
W = 230 V (325 V
BRS368 stepper motor
B R S 3 6 8 W 1 3 1 A B A
Motor type
S = stepper motor
c
a
)
BRS39 stepper motor
p
Example:
B R S 3 9 7 W 2 6 0 A B A
Motor type
B R S 3 9 7 W 2 6 0 A B A
S = stepper motor
Number of motor phases
B R S 3 9 7 W 2 6 0 A B A
3 = 3 phases
Flange size
B R S 3 9 7 W 2 6 0 A B A
9 = 85 mm
Motor length
B R S 3 9 7 W 2 6 0 A B A
7 = 68 mm
A = 98 mm
B = 128 mm
Maximum voltage
B R S 3 9 7 W 2 6 0 A B A
W = 230 V (325 V )
Shaft type (2)
B R S 3 9 7 W 2 6 0 A B A
2 = Ø 9.5 mm smooth shaft, IP 41
3 = Ø 12 mm smooth shaft, IP 41
4 = Ø 14 mm smooth shaft, IP 41
5 = Ø 9.5 mm disc key, IP 41
6 = Ø 12 mm disc key, IP 41
7 = Ø 14 mm disc key, IP 41
Centering collar
B R S 3 9 7 W 2 6 0 A B A
6 = 60 mm
7 = 73 mm
Encoder (1)
B R S 3 9 7 W 2 6 0 A B A
0 = without encoder
1 = with encoder (1000 points/turn)
Holding brake (1)
B R S 3 9 7 W 2 6 0 A B A
A = without holding brake
F = with holding brake
Type of connection
B R S 3 9 7 W 2 6 0 A B A
B = terminals
C = connector
Second shaft end (1)
B R S 3 9 7 W 2 6 0 A B A
A = without second shaft end
B = with second shaft end
(1) The “Holding brake” and “Encoder” options are not compatible with the “Second shaft end”
option.
(2) Possible motor/shaft type combinations depending on the length of the motor:
- Motor length 7 = 2, 3, 5, 6
- Motor length A = 2, 3, 5, 6
- Motor length B = 4, 7
c
a
BRS39 stepper motor
p
SD3 drives:
page 22
46
SD2 drives:
page 6
BRS2 motors:
page 20
Lexium SD3 motion control
References (continued)
BRS3 3-phase stepper motors
For Lexium SD326 and SD328 drives
BRS3A stepper motor
p
Example:
B R S 3 A C W 8 5 0 A B A
Motor type
S = stepper motor
B R S 3
A C W 8
5
0
A B A
Number of motor phases
3 = 3 phases
B R S 3
A C W 8
5
0
A B A
Flange size
A = 110 mm
B R S 3
A C W 8
5
0
A B A
Motor length
C = 180 mm
D = 230 mm
B R S 3
A C W 8
5
0
A B A
B R S 3
A C W 8
5
0
A B A
Shaft type
8 = Ø 19 mm parallel key, IP 41
B R S 3
A C W 8
5
0
A B A
Centering collar
5 = 56 mm
B R S 3
A C W 8
5
0
A B A
Encoder (1)
0 = without encoder
1 = with encoder (1000 points/turn)
B R S 3
A C W 8
5
0
A B A
Holding brake (1)
A = without holding brake
F = with holding brake
B R S 3
A C W 8
5
0
A B A
Type of connection
B = terminals
C = connector
B R S 3
A C W 8
5
0
A B A
Second shaft end (1)
A = without second shaft end
B = with second shaft end
B R S 3
A C W 8
5
0
A B A
Maximum voltage
W = 230 V (325 V
c
a
BRS3A stepper motor
p
)
Dimensions (overall in mm)
Motor type
BRS
368
397
WxH
57.2 x 57.2
85 x 85
D
79
67.5
39A
39B
3AC
3AD
110 x 110
97.5
127.5
180
228
(1) The “Holding brake” and “Encoder” options are not compatible with the “Second shaft end” option.
SD3 drives:
page 22
SD2 drives:
page 6
BRS2 motors:
page 20
47
Lexium SD3 motion control
Presentation,
references
BRS3 3-phase stepper motors
PF080936
Option: GBX planetary gearboxes
Presentation
In many cases, motion control requires the use of planetary gearboxes to adapt
speeds and torques, while ensuring the precision demanded by the application.
1
Schneider Electric has selected GBX gearboxes made by Neugart to be used in
association with the BRS3 motor range.
Combining BRS3 motors with the most appropriate planetary gearboxes makes
them very easy to mount and ensures simple, risk-free operation.
GBX planetary gearboxes
2
The table on page 49 shows the most suitable motor and GBX planetary gearbox
combinations.
For other combinations or any additional information about planetary gearbox
characteristics, see the BRS3 motor data sheets or visit our website
www.schneider-electric.com.
PF080938
3
The gearboxes are designed for applications which are not susceptible to
mechanical backlash.
They have a keyed shaft, are lubricated for life and conform to IP 54 degree of
protection. Available in 4 sizes (GBX 40...GBX 120), planetary gearboxes are offered
in 10 reduction ratios (3:1...25:1).
+
4
A GBK adaptor kit is offered for assembling the BRS3 motor and the
GBX 40… GBX 120 planetary gearboxes (see page 49).
The adaptor kit comprises:
b An adaptor plate
b A shaft end adaptor, depending on the model (depends on the motor/planetary
gearbox combination)
b Fixing accessories for mounting the plate on the planetary gearbox
b Fixing accessories for mounting the motor
GBK adaptor kit
5
References
Size
6
7
Reduction ratio
Reference
GBX 40
3:1, 5:1 and 8:1
GBX 040 ppp K
Weight
kg
0.350
GBX 60
3:1, 4:1, 5:1 and 8:1
GBX 060ppp K
0.900
9:1, 12:1, 15:1, 16:1, 20:1 and 25:1
GBX 060ppp K
1.100
GBX 80
3:1, 4:1, 5:1 and 8:1
9:1, 12:1, 15:1, 16:1, 20:1 and 25:1
GBX 080ppp K
GBX 080ppp K
2.100
2.600
GBX 120
3:1, 4:1, 5:1 and 8:1
9:1, 12:1, 15:1, 16:1, 20:1 and 25:1
GBX 120 ppp K
GBX 120ppp K
6.000
8.000
To order a GBX 040…GBX 120 planetary gearbox, complete each reference above as follows:
GBX
Size
Housing diameter
8
Reduction ratio
9
Mounting with adaptor kit
48
ppp
040
060
080
120
ppp
K
003
004
005
008
009
012
015
016
020
025
K
10
SD3 drives:
page 22
40 mm
60 mm
80 mm
120 mm
3:1
4:1
5:1
8:1
9:1
12:1
15:1
16:1
20:1
25:1
BRS3 motors:
page 42
Lexium SD3 motion control
References (continued)
BRS3 3-phase stepper motors
Option: GBX planetary gearboxes
BRS3 stepper motor/GBX planetary gearbox combinations
Reduction ratios from 3:1 to 25:1
Motor type
Shaft
Centering Reduction ratio
diameter
collar
3:1
4:1
(in mm) (1) (in mm) (1)
5:1
8:1
9:1
12:1
BRS364 03
6.35
38
GBX 040
–
GBX 040
GBX 040
–
BRS366 03
6.35
38
GBX 040
–
GBX 040
GBX 040
–
BRS368W13
8
38
GBX 060
GBX 060
GBX 060
GBX 060
BRS397W36
12
60
GBX 080
GBX 080
GBX 080
BRS39AW36
12
60
GBX 080
GBX 080
GBX 060
BRS39BW46
14
60
GBX 080
GBX 080
BRS3ACW85 19
56
GBX 120
BRS3ADW85 19
56
GBX 120
p
p
1
20:1
25:1
–
15:1
16:1
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
GBX 060
GBX 060
GBX 060
GBX 060
GBX 060
GBX 080
GBX 080
GBX 080
GBX 080
GBX 080
GBX 080
GBX 080
GBX 080
GBX 080
GBX 080
GBX 080
GBX 080
GBX 080
GBX 080
GBX 080
GBX 080
GBX 080
GBX 080
GBX 080
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
–
2
(1) GBX planetary gearboxes must be installed with the shaft and the centering collar specified in each of the above columns.
GBX 080
For these combinations, you must check that the application will not exceed the maximum gearbox output torque; see the values on our website
www.schneider-electric.com.
3
Adaptor kit for GBX planetary gearboxes (1)
To order a GBK adaptor kit, complete each reference as follows:
GBK
Housing diameter
Planetary gearbox size
p
p
p
40 mm
040
60 mm
060
80 mm
080
120 mm
p
BRS39
BRS3A
4
085
p
Associated BRS3 motor
S
p
057
p
BRS3A
p
120
BRS36
Flange size
p
5
110
p
0
p
BRS364, BRS366,
BRS397, BRS39A (2)
2
BRS368, BRS39B (2)
3
BRS3 motor adaptor
S
6
GBK adaptor kit/BRS3 stepper motor combination
Type of gearbox
BRS motor
364
366
368
397
39A
39B
3AC
3AD
GBK 040 057 2 S
GBK 060 057 3 S
GBK 080 085 2 S
7
GBK 080 085 3 S
GBK 120 110 0 S
Compatible
Not compatible
(1) Weight of adaptor kit:
GBK 040: 0.150 kg
GBK 060: 0.200 kg
GBK 080: 0.450 kg
GBK 120: 0.650 kg
(2) Motor to be selected according to the above GBK adaptor kit/BRS3 motor combination table.
8
b
b
b
b
9
10
SD3 drives:
page 22
BRS3 motors:
page 42
49
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The information provided in this documentation contains general descriptions and/or technical
characteristics of the performance of the products contained herein. This documentation is not
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