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FAGOR AUTOMATION S.COOP.
Brushless AC
servo drives
~ MCS Innova series ~
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Reference
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WinDDSSetup
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Headquarters
Brushless AC Servo Drives (MCS Innova series)
Description, installation and startup of small motors and
digital drives.
MAN_MCSi_DRIVE SYSTEM (ing.)
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MAN_MCSi_DRIVE SYSTEM.pdf
FAGOR AUTOMATION S. COOP.
Bº San Andrés 19, Apdo. 144
20500 ARRASATE- MONDRAGÓN
www.fagorautomation.com
info@fagorautomation.es
Telephone:
Fax:
34-943-719200
34-943-771118 (Technical Service Department)
The information described in this manual may be subject to changes
due to technical modifications. FAGOR AUTOMATION, S. Coop.
reserves the right to change the contents of this manual without prior
notice.
The contents of this manual have been verified and matched with the
product described here. Even so, it may contain involuntary errors that
make it impossible to ensure an absolute match. However, the
contents of this document are regularly checked and updated
implementing the pertinent corrections in a later edition.
All rights reserved. No part of this documentation may be copied,
transmitted, transcribed, stored in a backup device or translated into
another language without Fagor Automation’s permission.
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WARRANTY
INITIAL WARRANTY:
All products manufactured or marketed by FAGOR carry a 12-month warranty for
the end user.
In order to prevent the possibility of having the time period from the time a product
leaves our warehouse until the end user actually receives it run against this 12-month
warranty, the OEM or distributor must communicate to FAGOR the destination,
identification and installation date of the machine by filling out the Warranty Form that
comes with each product.
The starting date of the warranty for the user will be the one appearing as the
installation date of the machine on the Warranty Form.
This system ensures the 12-month warranty period for the user.
FAGOR offers a 12-month period for the OEM or distributor for selling and installing
the product. This means that the warranty starting date may be up to one year after
the product has left our warehouse so long as the warranty control sheet has been sent
back to us. This translates into the extension of warranty period to two years since the
product left our warehouse. If this sheet has not been sent to us, the warranty period
ends 15 months from when the product left our warehouse.
FAGOR is committed to repairing or replacing its products from the time when the first
such product was launched up to 8 years after such product has disappeared from the
product catalog.
It is entirely up to FAGOR to determine whether a repair is to be considered under
warranty.
EXCLUDING CLAUSES:
The repair will take place at our facilities. Therefore, all shipping expenses as well as
travelling expenses incurred by technical personnel are NOT under warranty even
when the unit is under warranty.
The warranty will be applied so long as the equipment has been installed according
to the instructions, it has not been mistreated or damaged by accident or negligence
and has been handled by personnel authorized by FAGOR.
If once the service call or repair has been completed, the cause of the failure is not
to be blamed on the FAGOR product, the customer must cover all generated expenses
according to current fees.
No other implicit or explicit warranty is covered and FAGOR AUTOMATION shall not
be held responsible, under any circumstances, of the damage which could be
originated.
SERVICE CONTRACTS:
Service and Maintenance Contracts are available for the customer within the warranty
period as well as outside of it.
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Manufacturer: Fagor Automation, S. Coop.
Bº San Andrés 19, C.P. 20500, Mondragón -Guipúzcoa- (SPAIN)
We hereby declare, under our responsibility that the product:
Fagor AC Brushless Servo Drive System
consisting of the following modules and motors:
Drive modules:
MCS Innova (MCSi) series
AC motors:
FS. FSA and FSP series.
mentioned on this declaration,
with the basic requirements of the European Directives 73/23/CE on Low Voltage
(Basic Safety Regulation; Electrical Equipment on Machines EN60204-1:95) and
92/31/CE on Electromagnetic Compatibility (EN 61800-3:1996, Specific Regulation
on Electromagnetic Compatibility for Servo Drive systems).
In Mondragón, 01.05.06
INTRODUCTION
Fagor offers a range of servo systems (AC brushless motor FS plus digital drive) for
application between 0.318 and 2.39 N·m at a rated speed of 3000 rev/min.
This manual describes the elements in detail and guides step by step through the
installation and setup of the drive system.
When installed for the first time, it is a good idea to read the whole document.
Should you have any doubts or questions, please do not hesitate to contact our
technicians at any of our subsidiaries worldwide.
Thank you for choosing Fagor.
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GENERAL INDEX
BRUSHLESS AC MOTORS, FS ..................................................................................7
Introduction ..................................................................................................................7
General characteristics ................................................................................................7
Torque-speed curves ...................................................................................................9
Dimensions ................................................................................................................10
Base power connectors and encoder output..............................................................12
Brake characteristics ..................................................................................................13
Sales reference ..........................................................................................................14
A.C. SERVODRIVE....................................................................................................15
Introduction ................................................................................................................15
General characteristics ..............................................................................................15
Dimensions ................................................................................................................15
Technical data............................................................................................................16
Connectors.................................................................................................................17
Indicators (LED's).......................................................................................................21
Push-buttons and switches ........................................................................................21
Programming module .................................................................................................22
Front view of the module ............................................................................................23
Top view of the module ..............................................................................................24
Pinout of the connectors ............................................................................................24
Sales reference ..........................................................................................................26
INSTALLATION..........................................................................................................27
General considerations ..............................................................................................27
Electrical connections ................................................................................................28
Diagram of the electrical cabinet ................................................................................38
Initialization and adjustment .......................................................................................41
PARAMETERS, VARIABLES AND COMMANDS .....................................................46
B group. Non-programmable inputs - outputs ............................................................48
C group. Current ........................................................................................................48
D group. Diagnosis.....................................................................................................52
E group. Encoder simulator........................................................................................54
G group. General .......................................................................................................54
H group. Hardware .....................................................................................................56
I group. Inputs ............................................................................................................57
K group. Monitoring....................................................................................................59
M group. Motor...........................................................................................................60
O group. Analog and digital outputs ...........................................................................61
Q group. Communication ...........................................................................................64
S group. Speed ..........................................................................................................66
T group. Torque and power........................................................................................71
W group. Internal generator .......................................................................................72
ERROR MESSAGES .................................................................................................74
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WARNINGS ...............................................................................................................79
LIST OF PARAMETERS, VARIABLES & COMMANDS. ModBus ID’s......................80
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BRUSHLESS AC MOTORS, FS
Introduction
FS synchronous servo motors (FSA
and FSP series) are AC brushless with
permanent magnets.
They are ideal for any application
requiring great positioning accuracy.
They have a uniform output torque,
high reliability and low maintenance.
General characteristics
Excitation
Permanent magnets
Temperature sensor
Not available
Shaft end
Cylindrical with keyway (optional: Without keyway)
Mounting
Face flange
Mounting method
IM B5, IM V1, IM V3 (as per IEC-34-3-72)
Mechanical tolerances
Eccentricity: 0.02
Concentricity: 0.04
Perpendicularity: 0.04
Roller bearings’ life
20000 hours
Vibration resistance
Vibration acceleration: 49 m/s2
Vibration class
15 µm or lower
Electrical insulation
Class B (130 °C / 266 °F)
Insulation resistance
500 V DC, 10 MΩ or greater
Dielectric rigidity
200 V motors: 1500 V AC, one minute
Body or housing
Totally enclosed and self-ventilated
Protection degree
General: standard IP55 (shaft section excluded)
Storage temperature
From - 20 °C to 60 °C (from - 4 °F to 140 °F)
Ambient temperature allowed From 0 °C to 40 °C (from 32 °F to 104 °F)
Working ambient humidity
From 20 % to 80 % (non condensing)
Voltage supply for the brake
24 V DC - the brake is optional -
Feedback
Standard: Incremental encoder 13 bits: 2028 ppt
Optional: Absolute encoder 16 bits: 16384 ppt
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Nm
0.95
1.91
3.82
7.16
Nm
0.318
0.637
1.27
2.39
FSA01.50F.…….………
FSA02.50F.…….………
FSA04.50F.…….………
FSA08.50F.…….………
Nm
0.95
1.91
3.82
7.16
Nm
0.318
0.637
1.27
2.39
FSP01.50F.…….………
FSP02.50F.…….………
FSP04.50F.…….………
FSP08.50F.…….………
nmax
Io
Ip
3000
3000
3000
3000
nmax
4.4
2.8
2.1
0.9
Io
13.4
8.5
6.5
2.8
Ip
3000
3000
3000
3000
5000
5000
5000
5000
4.1
2.6
2.0
0.9
13.9
8.0
6.0
2.8
rev/min rev/min Arms Arms
nN
5000
5000
5000
5000
rev/min rev/min Arms Arms
nN
750
400
200
100
W
P
750
400
200
100
W
P
0.590
0.498
0.327
0.378
Nm/Arms
KT
0.641
0.535
0.349
0.392
Nm/Arms
KT
2.95
1.42
1.74
1.19
ms
tac
9.21
2.72
3.17
1.62
ms
tac
0.672
0.173
0.106
3.4
1.7
1.1
0.5
kg
kg·cm2
0.036
P
J
2.10
0.331
0.193
4.2
2.1
1.4
0.7
kg
kg·cm2
0.049
P
J
6.19
3.84
4.17
3.48
1.91
0.95
Nm
07 L
6.73
3.82
Nm
11 L
MCSi
7.16
Nm
15 L
7.16
Nm
15 L
Peak torque
(for 3s)
3.82
Nm
11 L
3.24
1.91
0.95
Nm
07 L
MCSi
Peak torque
(for 3s)
(**) If the motor has a brake (option), its mass must also be taken into account. See section < Brake characteristics>.
The drive recommended to govern each motor must supply the rated current needed to obtain the rated torque from the motor.
(*) If the motor has a brake (option), its inertia must also be taken into account. See section < Brake characteristics>.
Mp
Mo
FSP SERIES
Mp
Mo
Rated
speed
Rated
speed
FSA SERIES
Maximum
speed
Maximum
speed
Stall torque
Stall torque
Stall
current
Stall
current
Stall peak
torque
Stall peak
torque
Peak
current
Peak
current
Rated
Rated
Torque
constant
Torque
constant
Inertia(*)
Inertia(*)
Acceleration
time
Acceleration
time
Mass (**)
Mass (**)
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Torque-speed curves
Synchronous AC servomotors FSA series
Torque
Nm
Torque
Nm
3.0
2.5
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.95
2.0
FSA01
0.6
0.4
1.5
0.2
0
1000
FSA02
1.0
0.318
0.2
0
1.91
2000 3000
4000 5000
0.637
Speed
Rev/min
0
0.36
0
Torque
Nm
1000
2000 3000
Speed
Rev/min
4000 5000
Torque
Nm
5.0
10.0
3.82
4.0
8.0
3.0
3.0
2.0
1.27
0.96
1000
2000 3000
5.6
4000 5000
FSA08
4.0
1.6
2.39
1.8
2.0
0.75
0
7.16
6.0
FSA04
1.0
0
0.45
0.5
Speed
Rev/min
0
1.5
0
2000 3000
1000
Speed
Rev/min
4000 5000
Synchronous AC servomotors FSP series
Torque
Nm
Torque
Nm
3.0
2.5
1.2
0.95
1.0
0.8
0.82
FSP01
0.6
0.4
2000 3000
4000 5000
0.637
0.5
0.15
1000
FSP02
1.0
0.318
0
1.91
1.5
0.2
0
2.0
Speed
Rev/min
0
0.3
0
Torque
Nm
2000 3000
Speed
Rev/min
4000 5000
Torque
Nm
5.0
10.0
3.82
4.0
8.0
7.16
3.0
3.0
6.0
2.0
1.27
FSP04
0.96
1.0
0
1000
1000
2000 3000
4000 5000
2.39
2.0
0.75
0
FSP08
4.0
1.6
Speed
Rev/min
0
1.0
0
1000
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2000 3000
4000 5000
Speed
Rev/min
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Dimensions
Synchronous AC servomotors. FSA series
Dimensions
Motor length
Flange surface
Δ brake LR
Motor type
LM
L
LL
LA
LB
LC
LE
LG
LZ
FSA01
61.5
119.5
94.5
40.5
25
46
30h7
40
2.5
5
4.3
FSA02
63.0
126.5
96.5
39.5
30
70
50h7
60
3
6
5.5
FSA04
91.0
154.5
124.5
39.5
30
70
50h7
60
3
6
5.5
FSA08
111.5
185.0
145.0
44.5
40
90
70h7
80
3
8
7.0
The [Δ brake] column shows the length increment for the L and LL measurements
when using a motor configuration “with brake”.
Dimensions
Motor type
Shaft end
Shaft hole
S
QK
W
T
V
FSA01
8h6
14
3
3
9.2
M3 x 6
FSA02
14h6
20
5
5
16
M5 x 8
FSA04
14h6
20
5
5
16
M5 x 8
FSA08
16h6
30
5
5
18
M5 x 8
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Synchronous AC servomotors. FSP series
Dimensions
Motor length
Flange surface
Δ brake LR
Motor type
LM
L
LL
LA
LB
LC
LE
LG
LZ
FSP01
42.5
87
62
29.0
25
70
50h7
60
3
6
5.5
FSP02
48.1
97
67
31.5
30
90
70h7
80
3
8
7
FSP04
68.1
117
87
31.5
30
90
70h7
80
3
8
7
FSP08
66.7
126.5
86.5
33.5
40
145 110h7
120
3.5
10
10
The [Δ brake] column shows the length increment for the L and LL measurements
when using a motor configuration “with brake”.
Dimensions
Motor type
Shaft end
Shaft hole
S
QK
W
T
V
FSP01
8h6
14
3
3
9.2
M3 x 6
FSP02
14h6
16
5
5
16
M5 x 8
FSP04
14h6
16
5
5
16
M5 x 8
FSP08
16h6
22
5
5
18
M5 x 8
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Base power connectors and encoder output
The following figure shows the identification of these connectors:
2
2
1
1
Nr
1
2
Connector
Base power connector
Base feedback connector
Note that although the figure shows the FSA series motor, the dimensions of all the
connectors will be the same for the FSP series.
The base power connector includes pins 4 and 5 of the brake. Remember that it has no
polarity and, therefore, the 24 V DC may be applied to either pin. A voltage between 22
and 26 V DC applied to the brake releases the shaft .
When installing the motor, verify that the brake releases the shaft completely before
turning it for the first time.
Connecting the motor windings in the order indicated on the connector (U, V, W) of the
figure below, the shaft will turn clockwise (CWR, clockwise rotation).
Viewed from the outside of the motor
BASE POWER CONNECTOR
On FSA and FSP motors
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
Signal
U phase
W phase
V phase
brake *
brake *
Color
Red
White
Blue
Black
Black
6
Ground
Green / Yellow
(200 V)
6
1
5
2
4
3
* No polarity
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Viewed from the outside of the motor
BASE FEEDBACK CONNECTOR
On FSA and FSP motors
Pin
(200 V)
1
2
3
4
8
Signal
0 V (16 bit absolute)
3.6 V (16 bit absolute)
+ RS485
- RS485
+5V
Color
Pink
Grey
Green
Yellow
White
9
0V
Brown
11
1
10
12
9 16
2
17
13
8
15
4
14
7
6
3
5
Note 1. The rest of pins are not connected
Note 2. Connector housing connected to ground
Brake characteristics
FSA and FSP series motors have an optional brake that applies friction to the shaft. Its
purpose is to immobilize or lock vertical axes, not to brake a moving axis. Its main
characteristics depending on the type of brake are:
Holding
torque
Power
consumption
Supply
voltage
Mass
Inertia
Nm (lbf· In)
W (hp)
V DC
kg (lbf)
kg·cm2
FSA01
0.318 (2.814)
6.0 (0.008)
24
0.300 (0.66)
0.0085
FSA02
0.637 (5.637)
6.9 (0.009)
24
0.500 (1.10)
0.058
FSA04
1.270 (11.240)
6.9 (0.009)
24
0.500 (1.10)
0.058
FSA08
2.390 (21.153)
7.7 (0.010)
24
0.900 (1.98)
0.058
FSP01
0.318 (2.814)
8.1 (0.010)
24
0.200 (0.44)
0.029
FSP02
0.637 (5.637)
7.6 (0.010)
24
0.500 (1.10)
0.109
FSP04
1.270 (11.240)
7.6 (0.010)
24
0.500 (1.10)
0.109
FSP08
2.390 (21.153)
7.5 (0.010)
24
1.500 (33.1)
0.875
Brake
Motor type
‡
‡
‡
‡
The brake must not be used to stop the axis while it is moving.
The brake must never exceed its maximum turning speed.
A voltage between 22 V and 26 V releases the shaft. Make sure that
no voltage over 26V is applied that prevent the shaft from turning.
When installing the motor, make sure that the brake fully releases
the shaft before making it turn for the first time.
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Sales reference
FSA04.50F.J5.000 - S99
MOTOR SERIES
MOTOR LENGTH
A
P
LONG MOTORS
SHORT MOTORS
SIZE/POWER
FSP
FSA
HEIGHT
200 V
kW
40
01
0.1
02
04
0.2
60
200 V
kW
01
0.1
02
0.2
04
0.4
08
0.75
0.4
80
08
0.75
120
MAXIMUM SPEED
50
5000 rev/min
Note that the rated speed is 3000 rev/min
VOLTAGE
400 V
200 V
A
F
FEEDBACK
13 bit incremental
16 bit absolute
J5
J7
FLANGE & SHAFT
Cylindrical shaft with keyway and tapped hole
Cylindrical keyless shaft and tapped hole
0
1
BRAKE/SEAL OPTION
Without brake or seal (no considered)
With brake (24 V DC), without seal
With brake (24 V DC), with seal
Without brake, with seal
0
1
2
3
CONNECTION
Interconnectron connector
0
SPECIAL CONFIGURATION
S
ESPECIFICATION
01
ZZ
only when having the special "S" configuration !
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A.C. SERVODRIVE
Introduction
The MCS Innova Servodrive (MCSi) family is a compact speed servo drive family for
controlling small synchronous AC brushless motors.
There are three modules of different power offering peak currents of 6.5, 10.5 and 15.0
Arms for single-phase 220 V AC
General characteristics
Their main characteristics are:
… 220 V AC single-phase voltage supply.
… Dynamic braking in case of mains failure.
… PWM IGBTs
… Serial encoder feedback.
… Programmable encoder simulator output.
… USB service communication line.
… Two logic inputs for motor control. Speed Enable and Drive Enable.
… Integrated functions.
… On-line parameter editing.
… Integrated programming module.
… RS485 communications interface.
… Possible communication protocol: ModBus.
Dimensions
Models:
A
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183 mm (7.20")
193.6 mm (7.62")
180.6 mm (7.11")
detail A
6.50 mm (0.25")
6.30 mm (0.24")
81 mm (3.18")
163.6 mm (6.44")
MCSi 07L
MCSi 11L
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Model:
101 mm (3.97")
183 mm (7.20")
193.6 mm (7.62")
A
163.6 mm (6.44")
detail A
180.6 mm (7.11")
6.30 mm (0.24")
6.50 mm (0.25")
MCSi 15L
Technical data
MODELS
Rated output current
MCSi 07L
2.1 Arms
MCSi 11L
3.5 Arms
MCSi 15L
5.0 Arms
Peak current (3 s)
6.5 Arms
10.5 Arms
15.0 Arms
Power supply
Consumption
Single phase 50/60 Hz.
Voltage range between 220-10 % and 230+10 % V AC
12.5 Arms
Over-voltage protection
20.0 Arms
29.0 Arms
390 V DC
Internal Ballast resistor
----
----
45 Ω
Internal Ballast power
----
----
15 W
Ballast trigger
380 V DC
Thermal protection of the
90 °C (194 °F)
Operating temperature
5 °C / 45 °C (41 °F / 113 °F)
Storage temperature
- 4 °F / 60 °C (- 4°F / 140 °F)
Protection degree *
IP20
Module dimensions
81 x 163.6 x 183 mm
( 3.18 x 6.44 x 7.20 “ )
101 x 163.6 x 183 mm
( 3.97 x 6.44 x 7.20 “ )
1.9 kg (4.18 lb)
2.1 kg (4.62 lb)
Module mass
IP20
IP20
(*) IP20 means that it is protected against objects of a diameter larger than 12.5 mm, but not
against water splashes. Therefore, the unit must be mounted inside an electrical cabinet.
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Connectors
Power terminals
Connector X4
POWER INPUTS (L1, L2): Mains input terminals.
POWER OUTPUTS (U, V, W): Output terminals for the voltage applied to
the motor. Current control with PWM on a carrier frequency of 8 kHz. When
connecting to the motor, watch the matching of phases U-U, V-V and W-W.
Connector X9
L+, Ri, Re: Terminals to configure and connect the external ballast resistor.
Connector X5
CONTROL POWER INPUTS ( L1, L2, GROUND): Input terminals for the
voltage supply of the drive's control circuits from mains. The maximum
cable section at these power terminals is 2.5 mm2.
ACTIVATION OF THE INTERNAL FAN: The internal fan that cools the
drive's power elements starts when enabling the Drive_Enable signal (only
on models with integrated fan). It will stop when the heatsink temperature
is lower 70 °C since the Drive_Enable signal is turned off. This system
decreases the fan's operating time, thus increasing its useful life.
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Control signals
Conector X3
ANALOG INPUTS AND OUTPUTS
Velocity command, pins 1 and 2: Velocity command input for the motor. It
admits a range of ± 10 V.
PIN 1
PIN 2
Input Input +
Programmable analog input, pins 17 and 18: Input for analog command
used for some integrated functions.
PIN 17
PIN 18
Input Input +
± 12 V, pins 33, 34 and 19: Output of an internal power supply so the user
can easily generate a command signal. It offers a maximum current of 20 mA
limited internally.
PIN 34
PIN 33
PIN 19
+12 V
-12 V
GND
Programmable analog output 1, pins 31 and 16 with a voltage range of
±10 V and programmable output 2, pins 32 and 16 with a voltage range of
± 10 V.
PIN 31
PIN 32
PIN 16
Output 1
Output 2
Common
ENCODER SIMULATOR
Encóder Simulator Output , pins 22, 7, 24, 8, 37, 38 and 23: Outputs of the
encoder signals divided by the preset factor, for closing the position loop at
the CNC.
PIN 22
PIN 7
PIN 24
PIN 8
PIN 37
PIN 38
PIN 23
MCSi-18/84
A+
AB+
BZ+
ZGND
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DIRECT FEEDBACK
Auxiliary Feedback Input , pins 5, 6, 36, 21, 35, 20, 4 and 3: Input to connect
a second feedback device with TTL signals. The connector provides an
auxiliary + 5 V DC (0.5 A max) for the feedback device (see pin 4).
PIN 6
PIN 5
PIN 21
PIN 36
PIN 20
PIN 35
PIN 3
PIN 4
A+
AB+
BZ+
ZGND
+ 5 V DC (0.5 A max.)
ENABLES
Drive Enable input, pin 13: No current circulates through the motor stator
winding at 0 V DC, thus it no longer supplies torque. It is activated with +24
V DC.
Speed Enable input, pin 15: At 0 V DC, it forces an internal zero velocity
command. It is activated with +24 V DC.
Common to inputs Drive Enable and Speed Enable pin 14: Reference
point for inputs Drive Enable and Speed Enable.
+24 V DC and 0 V DC, pins 43 and 44: Output of the internal 24 V DC
power supply that may be used for the control of inputs Drive Enable and
Speed Enable as well as the programmable digital input. It offers a
maximum current of 50 mA limited internally.
PIN 13
PIN 15
PIN 14
PIN 43
PIN 44
DRIVE ENABLE
SPEED ENABLE
Pin common to inputs DRIVE ENABLE and SPEED ENABLE
+24 V DC of the auxiliary power supply (max. 50 mA)
GND of the auxiliary 24 V DC power supply
DIGITAL INPUTS AND OUTPUTS
Programmable digital input, pins 11 and 12: Digital input (servo drive at
+24 V DC and 0 V DC) used as input for some integrated functions.
Programmable digital output, pins 27 and 28: Optocoupled open
collector output that reflects the output of some integrated functions.
DRIVE OK
Drive Ok, pins 29 and 30: Relay contact that closes when the internal status
of the drive control is OK.
Note that this relay contact must be necessarily included in the electrical
maneuver.
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RELAY FOR INTEGRATED SAFETY
Safe-disable relay, pins 41 and 42: Second, normally closed contact (NC)
used as an external acknowledgement of the status of the integrated-safety
relay.
Note that this relay contact must be necessarily included in the electrical
maneuver.
CHASSIS
Metal housing of the connector: Drive chassis connection point.
Connector X1
COMMUNICATIONS
USB - type A double parallel connector for fast interconnection between
various units (ModBus protocol) via RS485 serial line. It has a line
terminating resistor selector whose status is set as follows:
ON
OFF
Resistor connected
Resistor not connected
Connector X2
MOTOR FEEDBACK INPUT
Standard IEEE 1394 type connector for input of the serial encoder signals,
installed on the motor itself for position + speed feedback.
Connector X6
SERVICE
Standard USB mini AB type connector to connect a PC for setting
parameters, monitoring system variables and updating the firmware of the
unit using the WinDDSSetup application for PC. Any standard USB cable
with a miniA or miniB connector may be connected at the drive side.
MCSi-20/84
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Indicators (LED's)
+5 V: LED located on top of connector X1. When lit, it indicates that the
internal +5 V are being applied.
CROWBAR (ON) / VBUS OK: Two-color (green/red) light indicator located
next to the + 5 V LED. It indicates its status according to the following table:
CROWBAR (ON)
VBUS OK
COMMUNICATIONS
ON
OFF
+ 5V
CROWBAR
VBUS OK
+ 5V
STATUS OF THE LED CROWBAR (ON) / VBUS OK
OFF
No voltage at power circuit
ON (GREEN) Voltage at power circuit
ON (RED)
The internal bus voltage is higher than
preset values and the recovery resistor
has been activated
Push-buttons and switches
ON
COMMUNICATIONS
+ 5V
SWITCH TERMINAL RESISTOR
(COMMUNICATIONS)
OFF
CROWBAR
VBUS OK
RESET: Push-button for resetting the system.
TERMINATING RESISTOR (COMMUNICATIONS): This switch located
next to the connector X1 (front of the module) may be used to connect or
disconnect the line terminating resistor in RS485 communications.
LINE TERMINATING RESISTOR SWITCH POSITION
"ON" POSITION
"OFF" POSITION
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Resistor connected
Resistor not connected
MCSi-21/84
Programming module
The programming module (present on MCS model)
has four numeric displays of 7 segments, a sign
indicator and a rotary decoder with a push button for
confirmation incorporated on the knob itself.
JOG
PUSH TO CONFIRM
The rotating direction may be:
Clockwise being possible to:
… To scroll through the list of parameters, vari-
ables and commands and display a particular
one.
… To increase its value (if parameters).
Counterclockwise being possible to:
… To decrease its value.
The push-button may be pressed in two ways :
… Short push.
… Long push.
The following diagram shows the sequence to follow to display parameters, variables,
commands; modify the value of a parameter, confirm its new value, ...
L
C
C
C
L
SV1
(VelocityCommand)
C
C
C
SV2
(VelocityFeedback)
L
C
C
C
CV3
(CurrentFeedback)
L
C
C
…
MCSi-22/84
C
L
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There are also a set of variables and certain commands of special characteristics whose
meaning and sequences to follow are described in section “initialization and setup” in
this manual.
Interpretation of the symbols used in some diagrams of this manual.
Blinking status of the two rightmost digits of the display.
Blinking status of the two leftmost digits of the display.
L
Long push on the programming module.
C
Short push on the programming module.
Rotary decoder on the programming module.
Front view of the module
Sign indicating display
Four 7-segments displays
Programming module
Mains input terminals for the module voltage
supply (single phase 220 V AC) and voltage
output terminal to the motor (three-phase 220
V AC).
JOG
POWER INPUTS
MOTOR
L2
220V
L1
W
V
U
CONTROL POWER INPUT
+5V
OFF
ON
CONTROL SIGNALS
FEEDBACK INPUT COMMUNICATIONS
CROWBAR
VBUS OK
RESET
PUSH TO CONFIRM
L2
220V
Reset button
LED's indicating that there is voltage at the
bus, that the crowbar is activated (VBUS OK/
CROWBAR (ON) and that there are internal
+5V.
Line terminating resistor on/off selecting
switch.
Module connection via RS485 serial line.
Encoder signal input.
Control signals. Analog inputs and outputs,
encoder simulator, direct feedback, enables,
digital inputs and outputs, drive ok, integrated
safety relay, chassis.
L1
Input terminals for the voltage supply of the
control circuits from mains. (single-phase 220
V AC).
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Top view of the module
Terminals to configure and connect the
external ballast resistor
USB connection with a PC
Pinout of the connectors
B2
B1
OFF
ON
A2
A1
B3
A3
B4
A4
COMMUNICATIONS (X1)
Pin
Signal
Description
A1, B1
A2, B2
A3, B3
A4, B4
N.C.
TxD/RxD - (RS485)
TxD/RxD + (RS485)
N.C.
Chassis
Not connected
TxD/RxD signal - (RS485)
TxD/RxD signal + (RS485)
Not connected
Housing
FEEDBACK INPUT (X2)
2
4
6
1
3
5
MCSi-24/84
Pin
Signal
Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
+5V
GND
+ BAT
- BAT
+ 485
- 485
Chassis
Voltage supply for the encoder
Encoder voltage supply GND
+ Battery (with absolute encoder)
- Battery (with absolute encoder)
Encoder communication
Encoder communication
Connector housing
Digital Brushless AC servo drive system - Ref.0707
1
15
CONTROL SIGNALS (X3)
30
16
44
31
Pin
2
1
18
17
31
32
16
34
33
19
43
44
13
15
14
11
12
27
28
29
30
22
7
24
8
37
38
23
6
5
21
36
20
35
4
3
41
42
Signal
I/O
ANALOG VELOCITY
COMMAND INPUT
I
PROG. ANALOG
INPUT
I
PROG. ANALOG
OUTPUT
Description
Input +
Input Input +
Input Programmable analog output 1
O
Programmable analog output 2
Range ± 10 V,
impedance 56 kΩ
Range ± 10 V,
impedance 56 kΩ
Range ± 10 V
GND
+12 V (20 mA max) output
AUX. ±12 V
O
AUX 24 V DC
O
DRIVE ENABLE
I
SPEED ENABLE
I
COMMON DRIVE
---
PROG. DIGIT.
INPUT
I
PROG. DIGIT.
OUTPUT
O
DRIVE OK
O
-12 V (20 mA max) output
GND
+24 V DC (50 mA max) output
GND AUX 24 V DC
DRIVE ENABLE input (range from 0 to 24V DC)
SPEED ENABLE input (range from 0 to 24V DC)
Common to inputs DRIVE ENABLE and SPEED ENABLE
Programmable digital input +
Range from 0 to 24 V DC
Common of the digital input Programmable digital output (collector)
100 mA max, 50 V DC
Programmable digital output (emitter)
Open contact of the DRIVE OK signal
(0,6 A - 125 V DC, 0,5 A - 110 V DC, 2 A - 30 V DC)
A + signal
A - signal
ENCODER SIMUL.
OUT
B + signal
O
B - signal
Encoder simulator outputs.
(range from 0 to 5 V)
Z + signal
Z - signal
GND
A + signal
A - signal
I
B + signal
B - signal
AUXILIARY
Z + signal
Z - signal
O
+ 5 V. Supply for the direct feedback device (0.5 A max)
Supply GND for the direct feedback device
SAFETY RELAY
O
Second contact (NC normally closed) used as external acknowledgment of
the status of the integrated safety relay.
Pins 9, 10, 25, 26, 39 and 40 are NC (not connected).
The < I/O > column indicates whether it is an input signal (Input) or an output signal (Output) through the relevant
pin at connector X3.
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L2
POWER INPUTS & MOTOR (X4)
220V
L1
W
V
Pin
Signal
Description
L2
L1
W
V
U
S phase
R phase
W phase
V phase
U phase
220 V mains voltage input
terminals.
Output terminals for the
voltage applied to the motor
(200 V).
U
CONTROL POWER INPUTS (X5)
L2
Pin
Signal
Description
220V
L2
L1
S phase
R phase
Chassis
220 V mains input terminal for the control
circuits.
L1
Ground
SERVICE (X6)
1 2 3 4 5
Pin
Signal
Description
1
2
3
4
5
N.C.
DMO
DPO
N.C.
GND
Chassis
Not connected
DMO
DPO
Not connected
GND
Housing
Sales reference
Codes of the sales reference of Fagor MCS Innova drives.
MCS INNOVA DIGITAL DRIVE
model:
MCS Innova
rated
current (A)
power supply:
MCSi-26/84
EXAMPLE. MCSi - 07 L
peak (3 s)
07
2.1
6.5
11
3.5
10.5
15
5.0
15.0
220 V AC
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INSTALLATION
General considerations
At the motor
Remove the anti-corrosion paint of the shaft before mounting them on to the machine.
The motor will admit flange mounts: IM B5 and IMV1.
Watch for the ambient conditions mentioned in the section on general characteristics and
also:
… Mount it somewhere that is dry, clean and accesible for maintenance.
Remember that the degree of protection is IP55 (standard), shaft section
excluded.
… It must be easily cooled.
… Avoid corrosive or flammable environments.
… Guard the motor with a cover if it is exposed to splashes.
… Use flexible coupling for direct transmission.
… Avoid radial and axial loads on the motor shaft.
WARNING: DO NOT hit the shaft when installing transmission pulleys or
gears!
Use some tool that is supported in the threaded
hole on the shaft to insert the pulley or the gear.
At the Drive
The module must be installed in an electrical cabinet that is clean, dry, free of dust, oil
and other pollutants.
Remember that the degree of protection is IP20.
Never install it exposing it to flammable gases. Avoid excessive heat and humidity. The
ambient temperature must never exceed 45 °C (113 °F). Install the modules vertically,
avoid vibrations and respect the gaps to allow air flow. See figure.
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MCSi-27/84
>50 mm
M6
M6
>30 mm
>10 mm
>50 mm
About the connection
All the cables must be shielded, to reduce the interference on the control of
the motor due to the commutation of the PWM. The shield of the motor power
cable must be connected to the chassis screw at the bottom of the module
and it, in turn, taken to mains ground. The command signal lines must be
shielded twisted pairs. The shield must be connected to the housing of
connector X3.
Keep the signal cables away from the power cables.
Electrical connections
Basic interconnection diagram
External Ballast
resistor (optional)
Mains
Mains
MCSi-28/84
MCSi
FSA or FSP
SERVO MOTOR
Feedback Cable
AESC-M (with absolute encoder)
Power Cable
MPC
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Power connection. Mains - Drive
The drive voltage supply is single phase and does not require a transformer.
220 V AC
L2
L1
fuses
Autotransformer or
single-phase transformer
R
S
T
N
380 V AC
220 V AC
POWER INPUTS
220 V AC
L2
L1
L2
L1
fuses
High
Floating
Voltage
X4
k1 power switch
X5
2x2.5 mm2
k1 power switch
220 V AC
CONTROL
POWER INPUT
380 V AC
R
S
T
N
X5
2x2.5 mm2
X4
L2
L1
POWER INPUTS
Autotransformer or
single-phase transformer
CONTROL
POWER INPUT
Warning. Never make this connection because
there is a risk of destroying the module.
fuses
X5
2x2.5 mm2
380 V AC
R
S
T
N
220 V AC
380 V AC
fuses
X4
220 V AC
L2
L1
POWER INPUTS
X4
k1 power switch
L2
L1
CONTROL
POWER INPUT
380 V AC
220 V AC
L2
L1
k1 power switch
220 V AC
L2
L1
POWER INPUTS
X5
2x2.5 mm2
R
S
T
N
CONTROL
POWER INPUT
Warning. Never make this connection because
there is a risk of destroying the module.
The table below shows the values recommended for the fuses shown in the
previous figure. They are slow general purpose fuses. If they are installed on
the Mains input lines, their maximum currents will depend on the value of the
Mains voltage.
Model
MCSi 07L
MCSi 11L
MCSi 15L
Peak current ( Arms )
6.5
10.5
15.0
Fuse (A)
16
16
25
Note: A thermal switch may optionally replace the fuses.
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Power connection. External Ballast resistor
If the application requires a Ballast resistor with a power greater than the one
indicated in this table according to model:
Internal
resistor Ri
----------------45 Ω 60 W
Model
MCSi 07L
MCSi 11L
MCSi 15L
Maximum power
that may be
--------15 W
External
resistor
Max. value 65 Ω
Min. value 45 Ω
therefore:
… Remove the cable joining the terminals Ri and L+.
… Install the external resistor between the terminals Re and L+.
… Make sure that the resistance (Ohms) of the external ballast resistor is
exactly the same as that of the internal resistor of that module. See the
general characteristics table.
… Use KV41 to indicate to the drive that an external ballast resistor has been
connected.
Re
Ri
L+
X9. Connector on top of the drive module.
X9
X9
Internal
Ballast
External Ballast
X9
Re
Ri
L+
2.5 mm2
Re
Ri
L+
Inductance for reducing high frequency harmonics
It is recommended to connect an inductance at the input of one of the power
phases L1 or L2 of the drive (connector X4) to reduce high frequency harmonics
coming from mains with a value of 5 mH and and rms current of 6 Arms. This
inductance reduces the disturbances in mains, but it does not ensure
compliance with CE regulations. Connect the inductance as shown in the
figure.
Mains filter to suppress electromagnetic interference
In order for the Fagor DDS servo drive system to meet the European Directive
on Electromagnetic Compatibility 92/31/CE, the mains filter FAGOR FEHVXXX must be inserted (see the table in the next section “connection”) at the input
of the MCSi (power phases L1 and L2 of connector X4) against electromagnetic
interference.
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Digital Brushless AC servo drive system - Ref.0707
Connection
Install the proper filter that can handle the sum of the rated Arms currents of
the MCSi drives installed in the system.
Mains filters
FEHV-10Z
FEHV-16Z
FEHV-30B
Imax (A)
10
16
30
Remember that the rated currents of the drives are 2.1 A for the MCSi 07L;
3.5 A for the MCSi 11L and 5 A for the MCSi 15L.
Connect the filter using 6.3 mm Faston terminals as shown in the figure.
MCSi
Inductance
(5 mH, 6 Arms)
220 V AC
SINGLE-PHASE
MAINS FILTER
"FAGOR FEHV-XX"
X4
L2
L1
Dimensions
Mains filters FAGOR FEHV-10Z/16Z
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MCSi-31/84
Mains filters FAGOR FEHV- 30B
Power connection. Drive - motor
Motor output
connector
Holding brake (optional)
Important: No polarity
24 V DC Released
0 V DC Holding
W
V
U
MOTOR
X4
Fagor Cables
(without brake)
MPC 4x0.5
MPC 4x0.5+(2x0.5) (with brake)
M
3
MC-15
connector
MCSi Drive
MCSi-32/84
FSA or FSP motors
(220 V)
Digital Brushless AC servo drive system - Ref.0707
Power cables
If the motor does not have a brake
MPC - 4 x 0.5
If the motor has a brake
MPC - 4 x 0.5 + (2 x 0.5)
Note: The length of the MPC power cable must be specifically ordered (in
meters).
Codes of the sales reference of Fagor power cables.
E.G.
MPC 4 x 0.5
E.G.
MPC 4 x 0.5 + (2 x 0.5)
MOTOR POWER CABLE
Motor Power Cable
On brakeless motors
Nr of wires
Section of each wire (mm2)
On motors with brake
Nr of wires
Section of each wire (mm2)
Nr of wires x section (for the brake)
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Connection of the monitoring and control signals
Enable signals using 24 V
13
14
15
X3
43
13
44
14
43
Pin
Signal
43
44
13
14
15
24 V
GND
DRIVE ENABLE
COMMON
SPEED ENABLE
44
15
Signal indicating that the Servodrive is running properly
Pin
29
30
Signal
DRIVE OK
X3
29
DRIVE OK SWITCH
0.6 A - 125 V AC
0.6 A - 110 V DC
30
30
29
2 A - 30 V DC
X3
TO THE SAFETY CHAIN
Enable signals
0V
+ 24 V
X3
13
15
14
MCSi-34/84
Pin
Signal
13
14
15
DRIVE ENABLE
COMMON
SPEED ENABLE
13
14
15
X3
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Monitoring signals
Pin
Signal
16
31
32
GND
PROG. ANALOG. OUT. 1
PROG. ANALOG. OUT. 2
X3
X3
16
16
V
31
32
31
32
V
Programmable digital outputs
+ 24 V DC
+ 24 V DC
X3
Collector
27
28
Emitter
Maximum current
100 mA
Maximum voltage
50 V
Pin
Signal
27
28
PROG. DIGIT. OUT (C)
PROG. DIGIT. OUT. (E)
X3
Collector
28
27
28
Emitter
X3
Programmable digital input
X3
Pin
Signal
11
12
PROG. DIGIT. INPUT
COMMON PROG. DIGIT. INPUT
11
12
11
12
X3
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Encoder feedback connection
The signals generated by the encoder are taken to connector (X2)
FEEDBACK INPUT of the MCSi drive. The MCS amplifies these signals and
may divide their frequency. The division factor is given by the values of
parameter EP1 and the sequence between A and B by parameter EP3. The
MCPi drive outputs these signals through (X3) CONTROL SIGNALS. The
encoder must be mounted on to the motor shaft and cannot be installed
anywhere else in the transmission chain.
The motors may have use an incremental encoder J5 (13 bit) or an absolute
encoder J7 (16 bit). But, when choosing an absolute encoder to use this
characteristic, you must also obtain a battery with a mounting clip “Battery
for Absolute Encoders in FS motor”. The battery will not be necessary if you
only wish to increase the resolution.
The connection cable is:
IOC-17
FWC-6
Front view of the connector
at the end of the cable
AESC-M 1/2/3/5/7/10/15/20/25/30
Front view of the connector
at the end of the cable
Length in meters, including connectors
Pin
Signal Pin
J K A
I P L B
M C
H OQ
N
D
G F
E
Blue
Red
0V K
3,6 V J
+ 485 I
- 485 H
+ 5V D
GND
Green
Yellow
C
White
Grey
Brown
Pink
Shield
Shield connected to
the connector housing
IOC-17
TO THE CONNECTOR OF
THE MOTOR FEEDBACK
4
3
5
6
1
1
3
5
2
4
6
2
FWC-6
Shield connected with lug
to the connector housing
TO DRIVE
CONNECTOR X2
Sales reference of the Fagor feedback cable
The sales reference of the feedback cable is AESC-M-…… where the last two
digits shown as “……” indicate its length in meters. For example the AESC-M3 is a 3 meter encoder cable. The available lengths are: 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 10, 15,
20, 25 and 30 meters.
Remember that this encoder cable may be used both under static and
dynamic work conditions.
Sales reference of Fagor feedback extension cables
Fagor also provides, upon request and in meters, the feedback cable (without
connectors) with sales reference FSA/FSP Encoder Cable up to 30 meters in
case the user wants to make his own cable.
MCSi-36/84
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Analog command signal connection
The command governing the motor may be a velocity or current command.
All the command signal lines must be shielded twisted pairs. The shield must
be connected to the housing of the 44-pin connector X3 (control signals). The
input impedance of the velocity command is 56 KΩ (a range ±10V).
Differential velocity command input
Range of ±10 V
Uref.
1
0V
Velocity Command
Pin
Signal
1
2
VEL VEL +
2
The shield is connected to the
housing of the connector X3
X3
Generation of the inverted velocity command and application to the
drive
10 k Ω
The shield is connected to the
housing of the connector X3
X3
1
Uref.
Velocity Command
Pin
Signal
1
2
19
33
34
VEL VEL +
GND
- 12 V
+ 12 V
2
33
19
Service port. USB line
Connecting a PC compatible computer with an MCS Innova drive via USB
(Universal Serial Bus) makes it possible to set and monitor system variables
facilitating its adjustment. The motor table may be updated through this line.
The connection cable is a standard USB cable with a mini A or mini B type
male connector at the drive side. The maximum length of the cable should not
exceed 3 meters.
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Diagram of the electrical cabinet
This is an orientative diagram for the installation of the electrical cabinet. This
diagram may be modified according to the requirements of each application.
It includes a simple circuit for the voltage supply of the brake of the servo
motors. The use of fuses is a must.
Mains connection and maneuver diagram
The delayed disconnection of D3 contacts is useful so:
… The Drive Enable stays active while the motor brakes at maximum torque.
… the brake holds the motor after it has stopped.
Connection diagram of the electrical cabinet
44
19
DR.X.OK
43
29
X3
30
D3
13
14
D4
15
Pin
Signal
13
14
15
19
29
DRIVE ENABLE
COMMON DRIVE SPEED
SPEED ENABLE
GND
DR OK
30
43
DR OK
24 V DC
44
GND AUX 24 V DC
Power input for the
control signals
X5
L2
L1
L2
L1
Power connection diagrams
With transformer
220 V AC
L2
L1
fuses
X5
2x2.5 mm2
380 V AC
R
S
T
N
220 V AC
fuses
X4
220 V AC
MCSi-38/84
L2
L1
POWER INPUTS
X4
k1 power switch
L2
L1
k1 power switch
220 V AC
L2
L1
POWER INPUTS
380 V AC
R
S
T
N
X5
2x2.5 mm2
CONTROL
POWER INPUT
Autotransformer or
single-phase transformer
CONTROL
POWER INPUT
Without transformer
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Integrated safety
The Safe Disable function (SD) offered by Fagor MCS Innova drives permits
disabling the power output of the drive making sure that the motor torque is
eliminated as a safe situation.
This function is available through the "Drive Enable" section so called in
standard Fagor servo drive systems. Techniques and elements approved to
be used in safety systems have been considered for its design and internal
operation.
Thus, with a conventional drive (without SD), a contactor would have to be
installed to assure a safe disable of the motor. However, using the safety
techniques (implemented in Fagor MCS Innova drives) guarantees the same
or greater safety without having to use external contactors, thus saving
material and room in the electrical cabinet.
2
BUS DC
M
CONTROL
Drive Enable
Set point
6
6
41
42
The "Drive Enable" pin already available on conventional Fagor drives works
the same way on drives with Safe Disable although it has been implemented
keeping the safety principles and protocols in mind.
For that, a safety relay with guided contacts has been considered so:
… The first contact (NA) enables the power inverter and sets the control part
to rest assuring a redundancy when locking up.
… The second contact (NC) is used as an external acknowledgement of the
status of the safety relay. This contact is available between pins 41 and 42
of connector X3 located on the face of the module.
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The following figure shows the diagram of the safe disable (SD) of an MCS Innova and
as an example of application, a diagram to control the access to areas with moving
elements:
Diagram to control the access to areas with moving
elements
Integrated-safety relay
Mains
T S R
Work Zone 1
Work Zone 2
M
Inductance
MCS
Innova
L2 L1
S2
S1
{
MCS
Innova
Drive Enable
Pin 13 (X3)
CONTROL
Safety Relay
Pins 41 & 42
(X3)
Inductance
L1
DRIVE 1
DRIVE 2
DRIVE 3
DRIVE 4
MCS
Innova
Pin 41 (X3)
Pin 42 (X3)
Drive Enable
MCS
Innova
Pin 41 (X3)
Pin 42 (X3)
Drive Enable
MCS
Innova
Pin 41 (X3)
Pin 42 (X3)
Drive Enable
MCS
Innova
Pin 41 (X3)
Pin 42 (X3)
Drive Enable
MCS
Innova
Pin 41 (X3)
Pin 42 (X3)
Drive Enable
Mains
L2
R
S
T
DRIVE 5
The diagram to control the access to areas with moving elements is:
+24 V DC
Locking up
drives 3, 4 & 5
Locking up
drives 1 & 2
Pins 41 & 42 (X3)
Drive 1
S1
Drive Enable 5
Drive Enable 4
Pins 41 & 42 (X3)
Drive 4
Drive Enable 3
S2
Drive Enable 2
Pins 41 & 42 (X3)
Drive 3
Drive Enable 1
Pins 41 & 42 (X3)
Drive 2
Pins 41 & 42 (X3)
Drive 5
Emergency button
Cycle Stop
K1
Cycle Start
System OK.
K1
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Diagram to control the access to areas
with moving elements
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Initialization and adjustment
After starting the motor-drive system, the way the parameters, variables and
commands will be displayed and edited will be determined by the access level:
Fagor level, user level or basic level restricting, depending on the level, the
access to some or all of them.
This access level is determined by entering its corresponding code in the GV7
variable.
This way, with no access level, the following variables may be displayed in
this order:
… SV1: VelocityCommand
… SV2: VelocityFeedback
… CV3: CurrentFeedback
To access the rest, access GV7 and browse through as shown below:
L
C
C
C
L
SV1
(VelocityCommand)
C
SV2
(VelocityFeedback)
C
CV3
(CurrentFeedback)
C
Displaying these four horizontal lines
means that the code that the code that
sets the access level and is stored by
the GV7 variable in that instant is not
the right one.
If the code is correct, all the parameters, variables and commands permitted
by that level may be accessed by turning the rotary decoder. If it is not correct,
it will display 4 horizontal lines and then the variable GV7 where the level code
must be edited again.
On startup, the drive will look, in the memory of the digital feedback device
integrated into the motor, for the information on the type of motor connected.
If the motor recognized by the drive is different from the one it was governing
up to that moment, it will automatically adjust the critical parameters related
to the motor type.
However, it is recommended to initialize it using the GC10 command every
time a motor is changed in order to set the initial values (by default) of all the
parameters of the drive verifying them with the selected motor.
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Once the GC10 has been found (by turning the decoder until appears on the
display) the sequence to follow is shown in the figure:
C
C
C
L
NO
ok?
C
When doing a reset, all these
modifications will be ignored
because on startup the drive
restores the configuration
stored in its E2PROM
memory.
YES
C
C
C
L
NO
ok?
C
YES
All that has been done so far
is saved in the RAM memory
of the drive, but not
permanently.
Therefore, to store all these
modifications permanently,
the information stored in
RAM memory must be
transferred into the E2PROM
memory using the GC1
command.
Found by turning the switch
until it appears on the display,
the sequence to follow is the
one indicated in this figure.
Besides these two commands whose sequences have been shown in the
previous two figures, there are others that follow the same sequences but with
the mnemonic of the functionality of the command itself; they may be displayed
as shown in the figure later on:
After finding the command, use a short push to display its function mnemonic.
A long push confirms its execution whereas a short push returns it to its initial
state.
While executing the command, the display shows the word: rUn (it is not
displayed in commands that are executed very fast).
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If the command has been executed properly, the displays shows the word:
dOnE. Otherwise, in case of an error, it displays the word: Err.
In any of these instances, a short push returns it to its initial state.
COMMAND
COMMAND
MNEMONIC
C
C
MNEMONIC
C
L
NO
ok?
C
YES
To obtain information on the type of drive (it can be read but not edited) find
the GV9 variable and follow the indication of the figure below to display the
different fields that show their characteristics:
…
Model:
MCS Innova
Type of module:
07 Æ Peak current (6.5 A)
L Æ 200 V
C
C
Future implementations
If for any reason, the access level must be changed, display the GV7 variable
and write the new code. Then, find GC1 until it appears on the display and
execute the command as described earlier. Finish the procedure with a reset.
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On the other hand, when adjusting it, proceed as follows:
… Verify that desired velocity or current command is selected. To do this,
make sure that all the parameters involved (such as SP45, etc.) are
properly set.
… When using external analog command, verify that it is output to the proper
pins.
Note: When using an analog command, set parameters SP20 and SP21
properly to obtain the desired response to the velocity command entered.
… Use parameter CP20 to set the maximum peak current value of the drive
to obtain the best dynamic response.
… Set the velocity PI gain using parameter SP1 (proportional gain K) and SP2
(integral K) until the desired system performance is obtained.
… Adjust the velocity offset using parameter SP30.
… Send a 0 V velocity command to the drive (jumpering pins 1, 2 and 19 of
connector X3).
… Measure the motor speed and adjust the offset using parameter SP30 until
the motor stops. Be careful because this method only eliminates the offset
of the drive. The CNC may have an offset of its own which must be adjusted
at the CNC.
In order to adjust the offset for the whole control loop:
… Set the CNC in DRO mode keeping the Drive_Enable and Speed_Enable
signals active.
… Change parameter SP30 until the motor stops.
Note: Another method would consist in setting an axis position with the CNC
and adjusting parameter SP30 until the following error (axis lag) is
symmetrical.
WinDDSSetup
It is a Fagor application for PC. The operator can use the application's interface
to read, modify, save to a PC file and download from a PC file all the
parameters and variables of the drive and check the status of the motor-drive
combination; thus making the final adjustment of the servo drive system
easier, faster and more comfortable. This also makes it easier to manufacture
many machines that have MCS Innova units.
When installing the WinDDSSetup, the USB drives are also installed. These
drivers generate an additional virtual COM port to those already used by the
PC and it will only be present when the unit is connected and is applied control
or power voltage. This is why, the unit should be connected first and then run
WinDDSSetup.
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The first time the unit is connected to the PC, the operating system will show
two messages indicating that “new hardware has been detected”.
Do the <default> installation, recommended by the system and ignore the
message regarding the incompatibility tests of the software with the
operating system Windows® XP that comes up during the installation
process. Go on by pressing the <Continue> button. This message refers to
the drives that have not been certified yet. However, they are fully functional.
When starting the WinDDSSetup application, you must select the virtual COM
port in order establish communication with the unit.
To obtain information on the generated COM port, proceed as follows:
… Click the right button of the mouse on the icon <My PC>.
… Select the <Properties> option and the <Hardware> label in the next popup
window
… Select <Device administrator>.
The window will show them as:
… Multiple serial port adapters, the reference MOTION CONTROL INNOVA
… Ports (COM & LPT), reference USB-Serial Port (COMx). The digit
appearing in the x position refers to the new virtual COM port for the PC.
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PARAMETERS, VARIABLES AND
COMMANDS
NOTATION USED
[Group] [Type] [Index] where:
Group:
Identifying character of the logic group to which the parameter or
variable belongs.
There are the following groups of parameters:
GROUPS OF PARAMETERS, VARIABLES & COMMANDS
Nr
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
FUNCTION
GROUP
LETTER
Control signals
Terminal box
B
Current control loop
Current.
C
Error diagnosis
Diagnosis
D
Encoder simulator
Encoder
E
General of the system
General
G
System hardware
Hardware
H
Analog and digital inputs
Inputs
I
Temperatures and voltages
Monitoring
K
Motor properties
Motor
M
Linear configuration
Linear axis
N
Analog and digital outputs
Outputs
O
System communication
Communication
Q
Velocity control loop
Speed:
S
Torque and power parameters
Torque
T
Internal function generator
Internal generator
W
Type:
Character identifying de type of data which the information corresponds to.
May be:
… A parameter defining the system operation (P)
… A variable that can be read and modified dynamically (V) or
… A command that carries out a specific action (C).
Index:
Character identifying the parameter or the variable within the group to
which it belongs.
Definition examples:
SP10
CV11
GC1
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S group
C group
G group
(P) parameter
(V) variable
(C) command
nr (10)
nr (11)
nr (1)
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Access level:
The access level is defined by the number following the ID: Thus:
… Fagor level
… User level
… Basic level
Examples of access levels
SP10 basic
CV11
Fagor, RO
S group
(P) parameter
nr (10)
C group (V) variable nr (11)
(RO) read-only variable.
(basic) access level
(Fagor) access level
Modifiable variable:
Any modifiable variable, in other words, that can be read and written, will carry the (RW)
label to identify it as such next to its access level. The (RO) label means that the variable
is Read Only.
Examples of a modifiable variable
DV32 Fagor, RW
D Group (V) variable nr (32) (Fagor) access level
(RW) read-write (modifiable) variable.
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B group. Non-programmable inputs - outputs
BV14
FAGOR, RO
Function:
NotProgrammableIOs
Indicates the logic values of the electrical control signals of
the drive. 24 V at the electrical input mean a logic 1 at the bits
of this variable.
Bit
15, ..., 4
3
2
1
0
Function
Reserved
Programmable input
Pins 11-12 of terminal strip X3
Default value (IP14=4), error reset
Drive_OK output
Pins 29 -30 of terminal strip X3
Speed_Enable input
Pin 15 of terminal strip X3
Drive_Enable input
Pin 13 of terminal strip X3
C group. Current
CP1
FAGOR, RW
CurrentProportionalGain
Funtion:
Value of the proportional action of the current PI.
Valid values:
0, ..., 999.
Default value:
Depends on the motor-drive combination.
CP2
FAGOR, RW
CurrentIntegralTime
Function:
Value of the integral action of the current PI.
Valid values:
0, ..., 999.
Default value:
Depends on the motor-drive combination.
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CP10
USER, RW
Function:
VoltageAmpVolt
Parameters CP10 and CP11 define the relationship between
the voltage of the analog input IV2 and the current that this
input generates in IV3.
V CP10
CP11
A
Valid values:
1.000, ..., 9.999 V.
Default value:
9.500 V.
CP11
USER, RW
AmpAmpVolt
Function:
See parameter CP10.
Valid values:
1.00, ..., 50.00 A. Depends on the connected drive.
Default value:
MP3. Rated motor current (in amperes).
CP20
BASIC, RW
CurrentLimit
Function:
Limit of the current command that reaches the system's
current loop.
Valid values:
0.00, ..., 50.00 Arms. CP20 must never exceed the smallest
value given by the peak current of the motor (5 x MP3) and
of the drive.
Default value:
CP20 takes the lowest value of the ones given by the motor
and drive peak currents.
CP30
FAGOR, RW
Function:
Valid values:
CurrentCommandFilter1Type
Parameter in charge of enabling / disabling the current filter.
Value
1
0
Function
It enables the filter (by default)
Disables the filter
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CP31
FAGOR, RW
CurrentCommandFilter1Frequency
Function:
Sets the natural frequency in Hz of a notch filter that acts upon
the current command.
Valid values:
0, ..., 4000.
Default value:
0.
CP32
FAGOR, RW
CurrentCommandFilter1Damping
Function:
Sets the bandwidth in Hz of a notch filter that acts upon the
current command.
Valid values:
0, ..., 1000.
Default value:
0.
CP45
USER, RW
CurrentCommandSelector
Function:
This parameter is used to determine the command source of
the current loop.
Valid values:
0, 1, 2 and 3.
Value
0
1
2
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function
Normal operation. The current command
comes from the velocity loop.
Reserved.
Digital. Value of CV15 that can be modified
through the serial line.
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3
External analog.
It applies the value of the external auxiliary input
( pins 17 and 18 of connector X3 ) after being
treated, IV3, if IP17 has the right value (IP17 = 1).
WV5
WV4
0
1
2
0
From the velocity loop
From the functions generator
CV15
Digital Command
CP45
1
2
0
IP17
IV3
1
Analog Command
Default value:
CV1
USER, RO
3
2
0.
Current1Feedback
Function:
Display the value of the feedback of the current going through
phase V.
Valid values:
- 50, ...+ 50 A (instant values).
Default value:
0.
CV2
USER, RO
Current2Feedback
Function:
Display the value of the feedback of the current going through
phase W.
Valid values:
- 50, ...+ 50 A (instant values).
Default value:
0.
CV3
USER, RO
CurrentFeedback
Function:
Display the rms current circulating through the motor.
Valid values:
0, ..., 50 Arms (rms values).
Default value:
0.
IV
CV10
AD
IW
CV1
CV2
CURRENT
READING
CV11
_sin
_cos
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CV10
FAGOR, RO
Current1Offset
Function:
Value of the automatic compensation of the current feedback
offset of phase V.
Valid values:
- 2000, ..., + 2000 mA (depends on the connected drive).
Default value:
0.
CV11
FAGOR, RO
Current2Offset
Function:
Value of the automatic compensation of the current feedback
offset of phase W.
Valid values:
- 2000, ..., + 2000 mA (depends on the connected drive).
Default value:
0.
CV15
USER, RW
DigitalCurrentCommand
Function:
This variable registers the value of the digital current command.
Valid values:
- 50.00, ..., + 50.00 Arms.
Default value:
0.00 Arms.
D group. Diagnosis
DV17
USER, RO
HistoricOfErrors
Function:
C
5-word register containing the
numbers of the last 5 errors
occurred in the drive module.
HistoricOfErrors (0)
Most recent error
C
C
The programming module can
display each one of these 5 errors
one by one using short pushes
from the most recent to the oldest.
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Oldest error
C
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DV31
FAGOR, RO
Function:
DriveStatusWord
The DV31 variable contains a numerical data coded into 16
binary bits and represents the system status as shown by the
attached table. Bits (from the most to the least significant).
Bit
Function
15, 14 Power & Torque Status.
(0,0) DoingInternalTest (DRVSTS_INITIALIZATING)
(0,1) ReadyForPower (DRVSTS_LBUS)
(1,0) PowerOn (DRSTS_POWER_ON)
(1,1) TorqueOn (DRSTS_TORQUE_ON).
13
Error bit
12
Warning
11
OperationStatusChangeBit
10...7 Reserved
6
ReferenceMarkerPulseRegistered
5
ChangeCommandsBit
4...1
Reserved
0
DriveStatusWordToggleBit
DV32
FAGOR, RW
Function:
MasterControlWord
The DV32 variable contains a numerical data coded into 16
binary bits and represents the control signals that act upon
the drive through the serial line.
Bit
15
14
13...7
6
5...1
0
DC1
Function:
USER, RW
Function
Speed Enable
Drive Enable
Reserved
Homing Enable
Reserved
MasterControlWordToggleBit
ResetClassDiagnostics
Reset of the unit's errors. When an error occurs, this
command may be used to reset it and restart the unit by first
updating the error bit of DV31, DriveStatusWord, and then
setting the drive in the ReadyForPower state. Note its
difference with the unit's reset because the action carried out
by this command keeps the RAM memory intact and
therefore the parameter settings of the unit.
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DC2
USER, RW
Function:
ResetHistoricOfErrors
Reset of the DV17 variable HistoricOfErrors (array). This
command sets it to 0.
E group. Encoder simulator
EP1
BASIC, RW
EncoderSimulatorPulsesPerTurn
Function:
Number of pulses generated by the encoder simulator per
rotor revolution.
Valid values:
1, ..., Number of pulses of the selected feedback.
Default value:
Number of pulses of the selected feedback device.
EP3
BASIC, RW
EncoderSimulatorDirection
Function:
Selection of the turning direction of the simulated encoder.
Valid values:
0/1, clockwise (by default) / counterclockwise.
G group. General
GP3
BASIC, RW
StoppingTimeout
Function:
After deactivating the Speed_Enable and after the GP3 time
has elapsed, if the motor has not stopped, it cancels the
torque automatically and issues error E.004. If the motor
stops within the GP3 time, it also cancels the torque but does
not issue an error. To make this time infinite (never generating
error E.004), set this parameter to "0".
Valid values:
1, ..., 9999 ms, 0 (infinite).
Default value:
500 ms.
GP5
BASIC, RO
Function:
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ParameterVersion
This parameter represents the version of the parameter table
that has been loaded at the drive.
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GP9
BASIC, RW
DriveOffDelayTime
Function:
After the motor has stopped because the Speed_Enable
function has been disabled, the cancellation of the the
Drive_Enable function (that implies PWM-OFF) is delayed by
a time period indicated by GP9. It is useful on axes not
compensated with a holding brake. To make this time period
infinite, set it to 0 and to remove it, set it to 1.
Valid values:
1, ..., 9999 ms, 0 (infinite).
Default value:
50 ms.
GP11
USER, RW
IOFunctionsTime
Function:
Value of the time used in functions OutFunc1 & OutFunc2.
Valid values:
0, ..., 9999 ms.
Default value:
2000 ms.
GV2
BASIC, RO
Function:
GV5
ManufacturerVersion
Displays the software version in use.
BASIC, RO
CodeChecksum
Function:
It registers the checksum value of the software version
loaded at the drive.
Valid values:
- 32768, ..., 32767 (although the programming module can
only display the 4 least significant digits).
Ej: If GV5 = 27234, the display of the programming module
shows 7234.
GV7
BASIC, RW
Password
Function:
Variable where the password is entered to change the
access level. The system will change the access level
corresponding to the password entered.
Valid values:
0, ..., 9999.
Default value:
0.
GV9
Function:
BASIC, RO
DriveType
This variable informs of the drive's sales reference. See
section initialization and adjustment in this manual.
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GV11
BASIC, RW
SoftReset
Function:
Variable that resets the unit by software.
Valid values:
0 and 1 (with 1, it resets the unit).
Default value:
0.
GV16
USER, RO
Function:
GV75
MotorTableVersion
Version of the motor table.
FAGOR, RO
ErrorList
Function:
List of the error numbers active in the unit.
Valid values:
0, ..., 999.
Default value:
0.
GC1
BASIC, RW
Function:
GC10
BackupWorkingMemoryCommand
Command to execute the parameter transfer from RAM to
E2PROM.
BASIC, RW
Function:
LoadDefaultsCommand
Command to initialize parameters. This command loads the
default parameters of the drive for the motor whose ID is
stored in parameter MP1.
See section “initialization and adjustment “in this manual.
H group. Hardware
HV5
BASIC, RO
Function:
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PLDVersion
Software version installed in the unit's PLD's
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I group. Inputs
IP6
USER, RW
DigitalInputPolarity
Function:
Sets the polarity (inverted or not inverted) of the programmable input (pins 11 and 12 of X3).
Valid values:
0. Not inverted.
1. Inverted.
Default value:
0. Not inverted.
X3.11
PROG_DIGIT_INPUT
X3.12
IP14
USER, RW
1
IP6
IV10
0
DigitalInputFunctionSelector
Function:
Determines the function assigned to the digital input of the
unit. The programmable digital input (pins 11 and 12 of X3)
is configured as remote input for resetting errors (IP14 = 04).
Valid values:
0, ..., 4.
Value
0
1
2
3
4
Default value:
Function
missing
InFunc1
InFunc2
InFunc3
InFunc4
Description
Reset of the integral action of the velocity loop
Invert the velocity command
Halt function (drive management)
Error reset (ResetClassDiagnostics, DC1 = 3)
4. Error reset.
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IP17
USER, RW
AnalogFunctionSelector
Function:
Determines the analog function assigned to the programmable analog input.
Valid values:
0, ..., 2.
Default value:
0.
IP17
00
01
02
IV3 as input
to function Nr
IV1
BASIC, RO
Function:
Function
-------Func1
Func2
AnalogInput1
Monitors the voltage through the analog input ANALOG
VELOCITY COMMAND INPUT (VEL+ and VEL-) (pins 2 - 1
of X3). It's display is in volts.
VEL +
X3.2
X3.18
16 Bit
VEL
-
X3.1
IV1
X3.17
12 Bit
IV2
PROG. ANALOG. INPUT
X3.19
IV2
USER, RO
Function:
IV3
X3.19
AnalogInput2
Monitors the input voltage through analog input 2 (pins 18 17 of X3). It's display is in volts.
USER, RO
CurrentCommandAfterScaling
Function:
Contains the value of the auxiliary analog command (pins 17
and 18 of X3; usually current command) after being affected
by CP10 and CP11. It must never exceed the value of the
maximum current of the unit.
Valid values:
- 50.00, ..., + 50.00 Arms.
Default value:
0.
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IV10
USER, RO
DigitalInputs
Function:
This variable reflects the status of the programmable digital
input at pins 11 and 12 of connector X3. The status of this
variable is affected by IP6.
Valid values:
0 and 1.
Default value:
0.
K group. Monitoring
KP3
USER, RW
ExtBallastPower
Function:
Contains the value of power of the external ballast resistor.
Valid values:
200, ..., 2000 W.
Default value:
200 W.
KP4
USER, RW
ExtBallastEnergyPulse
Function:
Contains the value of the energy pulse that can be dissipated
by the external ballast resistor.
Valid values:
200, ..., 2000 J.
Default value:
200 J.
KV10
USER, RO
CoolingTemperature
Function:
It displays the temperature of the heatsink of the power stage.
Valid values:
0, ..., 200 °C.
KV32
USER, RO
I2tDrive
Function:
Variable internally useful to the system. It measures the
internal load level of the calculation of the i2t at the drive in
percentage used over the maximum.
Valid values:
0, ..., 100 %.
Default value:
0 %.
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KV36
USER, RO
I2tMotor
Function:
Variable internally useful to the system. It measures the
internal load level of the calculation of the i2t at the motor in
percentage used over the maximum.
Valid values:
0, ..., 100 %.
Default value:
0 %.
KV40
USER, RO
IntBallastOverload
Function:
Shows the load percentage on the ballast resistor in a drive.
Useful for the i2t protection of the resistor. A value greater
than 100 % in this variable causes error E314.
Valid values:
0, ..., 100 %.
Default value:
0 %.
KV41
USER, RW
BallastSelect
Function:
Selector that determines whether the ballast resistor is
external or internal.
Valid values:
0/1 external / internal (by default).
M group. Motor
MP1
BASIC, RW
Function:
c
MotorType
Motor identification. The limits of certain parameters depend
on the value of MP1 (e.g. The upper limit of SP10 is 110 %
of the motor rated speed) like its default parameter
initialization through GC10. See command GC10.
MAXIMUM
SPEED
SIZE/POWER
FEEDBACK
TYPE
WINDING
VOLTAGE 220 V
SHAFT
& FLANGE
BRAKE/SEAL
OPTION
CONNECTION
MOTOR TYPE: FSA, FSP
A: LONG MOTORS
P: SHORT MOTORS
MCSi-60/84
Digital Brushless AC servo drive system - Ref.0707
MP2
FAGOR, RW
MotorTorqueConstant
Function:
Contains the torque constant of the synchronous motor,
(motor torque according to the rms current)
Valid values:
0.0, ..., 10.0 Nm/Arms.
Default value:
It depends on the motor connected.
MP3
FAGOR, RW
MotorContinuousStallCurrent
Function:
Contains the motor rated current. Manipulating MP3 may
affect parameter CP20 directly.
See parameter CP20.
Valid values:
0.00, ..., 50.00 Arms. Depends on the motor connected.
Default value:
It depends on the motor connected.
MP4
FAGOR, RO
MotorPeakCurrent
Function:
Peak current of the motor. This current value must NEVER
be exceeded in the motor. See parameter CP20.
Valid values:
0.00, ..., 50.00 Arms. Depends on the motor connected.
Default value:
It depends on the motor connected.
O group. Analog and digital outputs
OP1
USER, RW
DA1IDN
OP2
USER, RW
DA2IDN
Function:
They identify the internal analog variables of the drive that will
be reflected at the electrical outputs and will be affected by
the OP3 and OP4 gains respectively. Channel 1 (pin 31 of X3)
and channel 2 (pin 32 of X3).
Valid values:
Name of any parameter or variable of the table.
Default value:
04 for OP1 and 07 for OP2.
Digital Brushless AC servo drive system - Ref.0707
MCSi-61/84
OP1
VARIABLE
NAME
OP2
VARIABLE
00
SV15
DigitalVelocityCommand
00
SV15
01
SV1
VelocityCommand
01
SV1
02
SV6
VelocityCommandAfterFilters
02
SV6
03
SV7
VelocityCommandFinal
03
SV7
04
SV2
VelocityFeedback
04
SV2
05
TV1
TorqueCommand
05
TV1
06
TV2
TorqueFeedback
06
TV2
07
CV3
CurrentFeedback
07
CV3
cA
08
WV5
GeneratorOutput
08
WV5
-------
09
IV1
AnalogInput1
09
IV1
10
IV2
AnalogInput2
10
IV2
11
Reserved
Reserved
11
Reserved
OP3
USER, RW
DA1ValuePer10Volt
OP4
USER, RW
DA2ValuePer10Volt
UNITS
rev/min
dN·m
mV
-------
Function:
They define the gain of channel 1 (pin 31 of X3) and channel
2 (pin 32 of X3). There are 10 V at these outputs when the
selected variable reaches this value.
Units:
The units of the variable being displayed.
Valid values:
0, ..., 9999.
Default value:
4000 and 3000 respectively.
Example
OP1= 04 [SV2] (VelocityFeedback), in rpm and OP3 = 3000.
It means that when the value of SV2 is 3000 rev/min the
analog output will be 10 V and it maintains this (rev/min)/V
ratio throughout its full range ± 10 V.
OP6
USER, RW
DigitalOutputPolarity
Function:
Sets the polarity (inverted or not inverted) of the
programmable digital input (pins 27 and 28 of X3).
Valid values:
0/1. Not inverted / inverted
Default value:
0. Not inverted.
MCSi-62/84
Digital Brushless AC servo drive system - Ref.0707
X3.27
OV10
1
OP6
0
X3.28
OP14
USER, RW
Function:
DigitalOutputFunctionSelector
They determine the activation of the various outputs of the
digital functions available.
OP14
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
OP15
USER, RW
function
OutFunc0
OutFunc1
OutFunc2
OutFunc3
OutFunc4
OutFunc5
OutFunc6
OutFunc7
OV10 as
output of
function Nr
DigitalOutputWarningSelector
Function:
Selector of the warning that will be displayed by the
programmable output when function OutFunc7 is selected.
Valid values:
0. I2tMotor
1. I2tBallast
2. I2tDriver
Default value:
0.
0
I2tMOTOR
I2tBALLAST
I2tDRIVE
Digital Brushless AC servo drive system - Ref.0707
OP15
1
OV10
2
MCSi-63/84
OV10
USER, RO
DigitalOutputs
Function:
The OV10 variable contains the value of the output status of
the various functions that may be selected with OP14.
Valid values:
0 and 1.
Default value:
0.
Q group. Communication
QP16
USER, RW
Function:
Default value:
SerialSettings
Determines the communications parameters of the UART
(Universal Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter) of the 485
serial line of connector X1. For the service line USB-COM,
it is always configured as (9600, no parity, 8 data bits, 1 stop
bit).
Bit
15, ..., 12
11, 10
Function
Reserved
Stop bits
1 Stop bits
2 Stop bits
9, ..., 6
Data bits
7 Data bits
8 Data bits
5, 4
Parity bits
0 No parity
1 Even parity
2 Odd parity
3, ..., 0
Communication speed (baudrate)
0 2400 Bd
4 9600 Bd
1 3600 Bd
5 19200 Bd
2 4800 Bd
6 38400 Bd
3 7200 Bd
1540 (9600, no parity, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit).
To edit this parameter, the programming module has a
submenu like the one in the figure on the next page.
MCSi-64/84
Digital Brushless AC servo drive system - Ref.0707
C
A long push at any of the fields
validates the value of parameter
QP16
L
It goes into modifying
modifica the selected field.
The display blinks.
A long push validates
the value shown by
the display
L
C
L
C
L
C
L
C
Successive rotations
scroll the posible
values of the field
QV22
FAGOR, RO
IDNListOfInvalidOperationData
Function:
Variable containing the parameters that are readjusted by the
drive when it issues the error E.502 (incompatible
parameters). The parameters are listed by their bus identifier
(the WinDDSSetup shows the parameter names directly).
Valid values:
Any parameter bus identifier.
Default value:
0.
QV96
USER, RW
SlaveArrangement
Function:
This variable contains the number of the node assigned to the
drive for communication.
Valid values:
0, ..., 127.
Value
0
1, ..., 127
Default value:
ModBus protocol
Number Nr 0 (not commonly used )
Node Nr assigned to the unit in a bus type
communication.
0.
Digital Brushless AC servo drive system - Ref.0707
MCSi-65/84
S group. Speed
SP1
BASIC, RW
VelocityProportionalGain
SP2
BASIC, RW
VelocityIntegralGain
Function:
Value of the proportional / integral action of the velocity PI.
Valid values:
SP1: 0, ..., 999.9 mArms/rpm.
SP2: 0.1, ..., 999.9 ms.
Default value:
Depends on the motor-drive combination.
SP1
SP2
SP2
SP1
SP3
BASIC, RW
VelocityDerivativeGain
Function:
Value of the derivative action of the velocity PI.
Valid values:
SP3: 0, ..., 9999.
Default value:
SP1: 0.
SP10
BASIC, RW
VelocityLimit
Function:
Maximum velocity limit for the SV7 variable (Velocity
CommandFinal).
Valid values:
0 ... 110 % of the motor rated speed in rev/min.
Default value:
1000 rev/min.
X (-1)
X (-1)
SP10
SP60
SP66
SV1
1
0
MCSi-66/84
IV10
0
IP14 = 2
IP14 ≠ 2
1
SP60
SP66
SP43
Digital Brushless AC servo drive system - Ref.0707
SP19
BASIC, RW
SymmetryCorrection
Function:
Its purpose is to correct the possible difference in analog
command generated to obtain exactly the same speed in both
turning directions.
Valid values:
Default value:
- 500, ..., + 500 mV
0 mV.
SP20
BASIC, RW
SP19
VoltageRpmVolt
Function:
Parameter SP20 and SP21 set the necessary ratio between
the analog command and the motor speed. They correspond
to the reference of the CNC concept G00 Feed.
Valid values:
Default value:
1.00, ...,10.00 V.
9.50 V.
V SP20
SP1
SP21
rev/min
SP21
BASIC, RW
RpmRpmVolt
Function:
See parameter SP20.
Valid values:
10, ..., Motor rated speed (rev/min).
Default value:
Motor rated speed (rev/min).
SP30
BASIC, RW
VelocityOffset
Function:
Correction of the analog velocity command offset It is applied
after the analog input is treated by SP19, SP20 and SP21.
Valid values:
- 2000, ..., + 2000 (rev/min)x10-2.
Default value:
0 (rev/min)x10-2.
Digital Brushless AC servo drive system - Ref.0707
MCSi-67/84
SP40
USER, RW
VelocityThresholdNx
Function:
Velocity level over which the OV10 variable is activated when
function OutFunc3 (MotorSpeed > SP40) is active.
Valid values:
0, ..., Motor rated speed (rev/min).
Default value:
1000 rev/min.
SP41
USER, RW
VelocityWindow
Function:
Velocity window assigned to the "reached speed" function.
It is used to know when the speed of a motor (SV2) has
reached the supplied command (SV7) within the margins of
this window SP41.
Valid values:
0, ..., 12 % of parameter SP10 (speed limit) in rev/min.
Default value:
20 rev/min.
SP42
USER, RW
StandStillWindow
Function:
Determines the value of the velocity window around zero that
will be considered to be zero speed.
Valid values:
0 ... Motor rated speed (rev/min).
Default value:
20 rev/min.
SP43
BASIC, RW
VelocityPolarityParameter
Function:
This parameter is used to change the sign of the velocity
command in specific applications. This parameter cannot be
used to solve a positive feedback problem (axis runaway).
Valid values:
0/1. Not inverted / inverted.
Default value:
0.
Not inverted.
X (-1)
X (-1)
1
0
MCSi-68/84
IV10
0
IP14 = 2
IP14 ≠ 2
1
SP43
Digital Brushless AC servo drive system - Ref.0707
SP45
BASIC, RW
VelocityCommandSelector
Function:
This parameter is used to determine the velocity command
source.
Valid values:
0, ..., 2.
value
0
function
Analog. Input through pins 1 and 2 of
connector X3 after being adapted by SP19,
SP20 and SP21.
Function generator. Value of WV5 if the
output of the function generator is applied to
the velocity loop (WV4=1).
Digital. Value of SV15.
1
2
Default value:
0.
SP19
Function
generator
0
WV4
0
CP45
1
WV5
2
SV1
1
2
SV15
To current loop
SP60
BASIC, RW
VelocityAccelerationTime
Function:
Determine the value of the acceleration ramp applied to the
velocity command. Setting this parameter with a 0 value
means that no ramps will be applied.
Valid values:
0.0, ..., 400.0 (rpm)/ms.
Default value:
0.
SP60
SP66
SV6
SP60
SP66
Digital Brushless AC servo drive system - Ref.0707
MCSi-69/84
SP65
BASIC, RW
Function:
EmergencyAcceleration
In emergency stop. If the bus voltage drops or there is a power
outage for the unit in the acceleration, deceleration or
constant power mode, the drive will get into the dynamic
braking sequence. It stops with the emergency ramp until its
speed is zero as long as the mechanical energy stored in the
motor allows it. Therefore, it limits the command acceleration
for stopping the motor. If anytime during the sequence, the
Drive Enable is interrupted, the motor will turn by inertia.
SP65 = 0 cancels this limiting effect.
Power Off
Motor
Speed
Motor
Speed
Drive
Enable
Drive
Enable
Speed
Enable
Speed
Enable
Valid values:
0.0, ..., 400.0 (rpm)/ms.
Default value:
0.
SP66
BASIC, RW
Power Off
Motor free
VelocityDecelerationTime
Function:
Determine the value of the deceleration ramp applied to the
velocity command. Setting this parameter with a 0 value
means that no ramps will be applied.
Valid values:
0.0, ..., 400.0 (rpm)/ms.
Default value:
0.
SP60
SP66
SV6
SP60
MCSi-70/84
SP66
Digital Brushless AC servo drive system - Ref.0707
SV1
BASIC, RW
VelocityCommand
Function:
Velocity command after the SP45 selector.
Valid values:
- 6000, ..., + 6000 rev/min.
Default value:
0.
SV2
BASIC, RO
VelocityFeedback
Function:
Velocity feedback.
Valid values:
- 9999, ..., + 9999 rev/min.
SV6
BASIC, RO
VelocityCommandAfterFilters
Function:
Velocity command after applying limits, ramps, etc.
Valid values:
- 9999, ..., + 9999 rev/min.
SV7
BASIC, RO
VelocityCommandFinal
Function:
Final velocity command applied to the loop.
Valid values:
- 9999, ..., + 9999 rev/min.
SV15
USER, RW
DigitalVelocityCommand
Function:
Digital velocity command.
Valid values:
- 6000, ..., + 6000 rev/min.
Default value:
0.
T group. Torque and power
TP1
USER, RW
TorqueThresholdTx
Function:
Parameter that determines the threshold for the activation of
OV10 when function OutFunc2 (TorqueLimitModeZero
Search) is activated.
Units:
Fraction of the rated value of the motor torque.
Valid values:
0, ..., 100 %.
Default value:
5 %.
Digital Brushless AC servo drive system - Ref.0707
MCSi-71/84
TV1
USER, RO
TorqueCommand
TV2
USER, RO
TorqueFeedback
Function:
Displays the values of the command and torque feedback.
Valid values:
Default value:
- 99.9..., + 99.9 Nm
0 Nm.
TV1
TV2
_D_rel
W group. Internal generator
WV1
USER, RW
Function:
GeneratorShape
It indicates the waveform of the internal command
generator.
Valid values:
Value
0
1
2
Default value:
WV2
USER, RW
Waveform
sinusoidal
square
triangular
1.
GeneratorPeriod
Function:
It indicates the signal period of the internal command
generator.
Valid values:
Default value:
2, ..., 9999 ms.
200 ms.
WV3
USER, RW
GeneratorAmplitude
Function:
It indicates the signal amplitude of the internal command
generator.
Valid values:
0, ..., 9999 rev/min if it is a velocity command.
0, ..., 9999 Armsx10-2 if it is a current command.
Default value:
MCSi-72/84
0.
Digital Brushless AC servo drive system - Ref.0707
WV4
USER, RW
Function:
It specifies on which magnitude the internal command is
applied.
Valid values:
Default value:
WV5
GeneratorType
USER, RO
Value
0
1
2
Waveform
generated disconnected (by default)
generated connected. Velocity command
generated connected. Current command
0.
GeneratorOutput
Function:
Variable that reflects the value of the signal generated by the
internal function generator.
Valid values:
- 9999, ..., + 9999.
Default value:
0.
WV6
USER, RW
GeneratorDutyCycle
Function:
For generating square signals (WV1=1), this variable
specifies the ratio of the duty cycle.
For example: to simulate an S6-40 % cycle, WV6 = 40.
Valid values:
1, ..., 99 %.
Default value:
50 %.
WV9
USER, RW
GeneratorOffset
Function:
It allows entering an offset in the signal of the internal
command generator.
Valid values:
- 9999, ..., + 9999 rev/min. Velocity.
- 9999, ..., + 9999 Armsx10-2. Current.
WV2
Function generator
WV3
0
WV9
WV4
WV5
1
2
(To current loop)
0
WV1
1
WV6
Duty %
2
Digital Brushless AC servo drive system - Ref.0707
MCSi-73/84
ERROR MESSAGES
E.001
Internal
Contact Fagor Automation.
E.003
Error at the power bus voltage
Error When having torque, one of the phases of the line may have
dropped.
Warning: When starting the unit up, maybe:
… The connector of the Ballast resistor has not been installed.
… The Ballast resistor is open.
Check that the line phases and the drives are OK in the direction
indicated earlier and start the system back up.
1, 2 or 3
lines lost
1 line lost
Power Supply
Drive Enable
BV14.0
Speed Enable
BV14.1
“E.003”
Time
E.004
Time
Emergency stop exceeding time limit GP3
An attempt has been made to stop the motor by canceling Speed
Enable. The system has tried to stop the motor at full torque, but it has
not been able to stop it in the time frame set by parameter GP3
(StoppingTimeout = maximum time allowed for braking, before
considering the error for being unable to stop it in the set time) or the
parameter that deterrmines when the motor is considered to be stopped
(SP42) Minimum velocity threshold, is too small. Bear in mind that
zero speed (total lack of velocity) does not exist, there is always a
minimum amount of speed noise due to feedback.
MCSi-74/84
Digital Brushless AC servo drive system - Ref.0707
Solutions
The load that must stop the motor is too large to stop it in the time frame
set by GP3 and the value given to this parameter must be increased.
The threshold or velocity window considered zero (SP42) is too small;
thus, increase the value ofthis parameter.
The module is performing poorly and is unable to stop the motor. The
module may be defective.
If t1 < GP3 then after GP9 motor torque ON = 0;
else (motor torque ON = 0 and “E.004”)
t1
GP9
SV2
SP42
Time
E.106
Extreme temperature at the heatsink (of the IGBT's)
The drive is carrying out a task that overheats the power devices.
Stop the system for several minutes and decrease the effort demanded
from the drive.
E.108
Motor overheated
The motor has overheated. The motor temperature measuring cables
(position sensor cable) or the temperature sensor itself are defective.
The application may be demanding high current peaks.
Stop the system for several minutes and decrease the effort demanded
from the drive. Cool the motor.
Digital Brushless AC servo drive system - Ref.0707
MCSi-75/84
E.200
Overspeed
Speed
SV2
1.12 x Rated
Motor Speed
Rated Motor Speed
“E.200”
The motor speed has
exceeded the value of SP10 in
a 12 %.
Bad cabling of the position
sensor or of the motor power.
The velocity loop is adjusted
wrong.
Decrease the speed overshoot
in the system response.
Time
E.201
Motor overload
E.202
Drive overload
The I2t protection of the drive went off. The duty cycle is greater than
the system can provide.
Decrease the speed overshoot in the system response.
TV2
CV3
DRIVE
NOMINAL
CURRENT
MP3
f (drive
nominal
current)
f (MP3)
KV32
KV36
“E.202”
“E.201
”
Time
MCSi-76/84
Time
Digital Brushless AC servo drive system - Ref.0707
E.214
Short-circuit
There is short-circuit at the drive module.
Reset the error.
If it persists, may be because:
… An erroneous sequence when connecting the power cables or a short-
circuit between them.
… The parameters may be wrong or there is a fault at the drive.
Contact Fagor Automation.
After displaying E.214, it will display some of the codes that describe the
type of short-circuit that has taken place.
ABS
IGBT
OUT
E.304
over the absolute value of the output current
at the IGBT's
in the output
Power bus voltage too high
The hardware of the drive module has detected that the voltage at the
power bus is too high.
When using an external Ballast, it is not connected properly. The Ballast
resistor is burned.
Disconnect the power supply and ckeck the proper connection of the
Ballast circuit.
E.307
Power bus voltage too low
The mains voltage is too low.
Disconnect the power supply and check the proper condition of the lines.
E.314
Ballast overload
Due to the duty cycle, the Ballast resistor is overloaded.
Resize the Ballast resistor.
Decrease the duty cycle.
Smooth the duty cycle by applying acceleration ramps.
Digital Brushless AC servo drive system - Ref.0707
MCSi-77/84
E.502
Incompatible parameters
Parameter incompatibility.
Example.
A drive controls a motor that admits a peak current of 20 A (e.g.: being
the current limit CP20 = 20 A).
If now, a 16A peak motor is connected, the current limit will be beyond
the value allowed for this new motor. It will readjust in RAM memory
certain parameters related to speed and current issuing E502 and
describing the erroneous parameters in the QV22 variable. Resetting
the unit without saving the parameters causes the error to come up
again. The error will go away when executing the GC1 command
because the parameters readjusted to the right values by the drive in
RAM memory are saved in EEPROM memory
E.506
Motor table missing
Contact Fagor Automation.
E.510
Incoherent combination of motor and feedback
Motor not accepted by the drive.
Motor's power voltage is different from that of the drive.
E.801
Encoder not detected
The drive has not detected the sensor.
Check the cabling and the motor connection regarding connector X2.
Then do a reset.
If it doesn't fix it, contact Fagor Automation.
E.802
Defective encoder
Communication error. After an initial connection, communication errors
keep coming up.
Check the cabling and the motor connection regarding connector X2.
Then do a reset.
If it doesn't fix it, contact Fagor Automation.
MCSi-78/84
Digital Brushless AC servo drive system - Ref.0707
WARNINGS
The warnings indicate that the drive is approaching an error limit. Thus:
‰ Before the drive display shows errors E.201, E.202 and E.314, it will
issue a warning with fast flashing (0.5 s) of the BUS ACTIVITY indicator.
If this behavior continues for longer than 5 s, the display will show one
of the errors mentioned earlier.
‰ Warning W.003. Warning due to a drive power-up failure. It will appear
in the following circumstances. When a unit is powered up and:
‰ The connector of the Crowbar resistor has not been installed.
‰ The Crowbar resistor is open.
Digital Brushless AC servo drive system - Ref.0707
MCSi-79/84
LIST OF PARAMETERS,
VARIABLES & COMMANDS.
MODBUS ID’S
Mnem.
Name
Level
IdBus
Ac
Min.
Max.
Def.
Units
Page
BV14
NotProgrammableIOs
Fagor
08601
ro
0
65535
-----
-----
48
CP1
CurrentProportionalGain
Fagor
00213
rw
0
999
-----
-----
48
CP2
CurrentIntegralTime
Fagor
00215
rw
0
999
-----
-----
48
CP10
VoltageAmpVolt
user
08823
rw
1000
9999
9500
mV
49
CP11
AmpAmpVolt
user
08825
rw
100
5000
5000
cA
49
CP20
CurrentLimit
basic
08807
rw
0
5000
0
cA
49
CP30
CurrentCommandFilter1Type
Fagor
08809
rw
0
1
0
-----
49
CP31
CurrentCommandFilter1Frequency
Fagor
08817
rw
0
4000
0
Hz
50
CP32
CurrentCommandFilter1Damping
Fagor
08819
rw
0
1000
0
Hz
50
CP45
CurrentCommandSelector
user
08821
rw
0
3
0
-----
50
CV1
Current1Feedback
user
08811
ro
- 5000
5000
-----
cA
51
CV2
Current2Feedback
user
08813
ro
- 5000
5000
-----
cA
51
CV3
CurrentFeedback
user
08815
ro
- 5000
5000
-----
cA
51
CV10
Current1Offset
Fagor
08803
ro
- 2000
2000
-----
mA
52
CV11
Current2Offset
Fagor
08805
ro
- 2000
2000
-----
mA
52
CV15
DigitalCurrentCommand
user
08827
rw
- 5000
5000
0
cA
52
DC1
ResetClass1Diagnostics
user
00199
rw
0
15
0
-----
53
DC2
ClearHistoricOfErrorsCommand
user
08997
rw
0
15
0
-----
54
DV17
HistoricOfErrors
user
09012
ro
-----
-----
-----
-----
52
DV31
DriverStatusWord
Fagor
00271
ro
0
65535
-----
-----
53
DV32
MasterControlWord
Fagor
00269
rw
0
65535
0
-----
53
EP1
EncoderSimulatorPulsesPerTurn
basic
09193
rw
1
pulses
---
-----
54
EP3
EncoderSimulatorDirection
basic
09197
rw
0
1
0
-----
54
GC1
BackupWorkingMemoryCommand
basic
00529
rw
0
15
0
-----
56
GC10
LoadDefaultsCommand
basic
00525
rw
0
15
0
-----
56
GP3
StoppingTimeout
basic
09597
rw
0
9999
500
ms
54
GP5
ParameterVersion
basic
09601
ro
----
----
----
-----
54
GP9
DriveOffDelayTime
basic
00415
rw
0
9999
50
ms
55
GP11
IOFunctionsTime
user
09645
rw
0
9999
2000
ms
55
GV2
ManufacturerVersion
basic
00060
ro
----
----
----
-----
55
GV5
CodeChecksum
basic
09605
ro
----
----
----
-----
55
GV7
Password
basic
00535
rw
0
9999
0
-----
55
GV9
DriveType
basic
00280
ro
----
----
----
-----
55
GV11
SoftReset
basic
09609
rw
0
16
0
-----
56
MCSi-80/84
Digital Brushless AC servo drive system - Ref.0707
Mnem.
Name
Level
IdBus
Ac
Min.
Max.
Def.
Units
Page
GV16
MotorTableVersion
basic
09625
ro
----
----
----
-----
56
GV75
ErrorList
Fagor
00750
ro
----
----
----
-----
56
HV5
PLDVersion
basic
08783
ro
----
----
----
-----
56
IP6
DigitalInputPolarity
user
10013
rw
0
1
0
-----
57
IP14
DigitalInputFunctionSelector
user
10015
rw
0
4
4
-----
57
IP17
AnalogFunctionSelector
user
10017
rw
0
2
0
-----
58
IV1
AnalogInput1
basic
10003
ro
-12000
12000
----
mV
58
IV2
AnalogInput2
user
10005
ro
- 1200
1200
----
cV
58
IV3
CurrentCommandAfterScaling
user
10019
ro
-9999
9999
----
cA
58
IV10
DigitalInputs
user
10007
ro
0
1
----
-----
59
KP3
ExtBallastPower
user
10421
rw
200
2000
200
W
59
KP4
ExtBallastEnergyPulse
user
10425
rw
200
2000
200
J
59
KV10
CoolingTemperature
user
10397
ro
- 20
200
----
°C
59
KV32
I2tDrive
user
10410
ro
0
100
----
%
59
KV36
I2tMotor
user
10415
ro
0
100
----
%
60
KV40
I2tCrowbar
user
10423
ro
0
100
----
%
60
KV41
BallastSelect
user
10427
rw
0
1
1
-----
60
MP1
MotorType
basic
00282
rw
----
----
----
-----
60
MP2
MotorTorqueConstant
Fagor
10593
rw
0
100
----
dNm/A
61
MP3
MotorContinuousStallCurrent
Fagor
00223
rw
0
5000
----
cA
61
MP4
MotorPeakCurrent
Fagor
00219
ro
0
50
----
A
61
OP1
DA1IDN
user
10993
rw
0
11
4
-----
61
OP2
DA2IDN
user
10995
rw
0
11
7
-----
61
OP3
DA1ValuePer10Volt
user
10997
rw
0
9999
4000
-----
62
OP4
DA2ValuePer10Volt
user
10999
rw
0
9999
3000
-----
62
OP6
DigitalOutputPolarity
user
11025
rw
0
1
0
-----
62
OP15
DigitalOutputWarningSelector
user
11023
rw
0
2
0
-----
63
OP14
DigitalOutputFunctionSelector
user
11021
rw
0
7
0
-----
63
OV10
DigitalOutputs
user
11013
ro
0
1
0
-----
64
QP16
SerialSettings
user
12217
rw
0
65535
1540
-----
64
QV22
IDNListOffInvalidOperationData
Fagor
00044
ro
----
----
----
----
65
QV96
SlaveArrangement
user
00193
rw
0
127
1
-----
65
SP1
VelocityProportionalGain
basic
00201
rw
0
9999
----
dmArms/rpm
66
SP2
VelocityIntegralTime
basic
00203
rw
0
9999
----
dms
66
SP3
VelocityDerivativeGain
basic
00205
rw
0
9999
0
-----
66
SP10
VelocityLimit
basic
00183
rw
0
9999
1000
rpm
66
SP19
SymmetryCorrection
basic
11431
rw
- 500
500
0
mV
67
SP20
VoltageRpmVolt
basic
11433
rw
1000
9999
9500
mV
67
SP21
RpmRpmVolt
basic
11435
rw
10
9999
4000
rpm
67
SP30
VelocityOffset
basic
11399
rw
- 2000
2000
0
crpm
67
Digital Brushless AC servo drive system - Ref.0707
MCSi-81/84
Mnem.
Name
Level
IdBus
Ac
Min.
Max.
Def.
Units
Page
SP40
VelocityThresholdNx
user
00251
rw
0
9999
1000
rpm
68
SP41
VelocityWindow
user
00315
rw
0
9999
20
rpm
68
SP42
StandStillWindow
user
00249
rw
0
9999
20
rpm
68
SP43
VelocityPolarityParameters
basic
00087
rw
0
1
0
-----
68
SP45
VelocityCommandSelector
basic
11427
rw
0
2
0
-----
69
SP60
AccelerationLimit
basic
00277
rw
0
4000
0
drpm/ms
69
SP65
EmergencyAcceleration
basic
11411
rw
0
4000
0
drpm/ms
70
SP66
VelocityDecelerationTime
basic
11429
rw
0
4000
0
drpm/ms
70
SV1
VelocityCommand
basic
00072
rw
- 6E7
6E7
0
dmrpm
71
SV2
VelocityFeedback
basic
00080
ro
- 6E7
6E7
----
dmrpm
71
SV6
VelocityCommandAfterFilters
basic
11436
ro
- 6E7
6E7
----
dmrpm
71
SV7
VelocityCommandFinal
basic
11416
ro
- 6E7
6E7
----
dmrpm
71
SV15
DigitalVelocityCommand
user
11438
rw
- 6E7
6E7
0
dmrpm
71
TP1
TorqueThresholdTx
user
00253
rw
0
100
5
%
71
TV1
TorqueCommand
user
00161
ro
-9999
9999
0
dN·m
72
TV2
TorqueFeedback
user
00169
ro
-9999
9999
----
dN·m
72
WV1
GeneratorShape
user
11793
rw
0
2
1
-----
72
WV2
GeneratorPeriod
user
11795
rw
2
9999
200
ms
72
WV3
GeneratorAmplitude
user
11797
rw
0
9999
0
-----
72
WV4
GeneratorType
user
11799
rw
0
2
0
-----
73
WV5
GeneratorOutput
user
11801
ro
-9999
9999
0
-----
73
WV6
GeneratorDutyCycle
user
11803
rw
1
99
50
%
73
WV9
GeneratorOffset
user
11809
rw
- 9999
9999
0
-----
73
MCSi-82/84
Digital Brushless AC servo drive system - Ref.0707
User notes:
Digital Brushless AC servo drive system - Ref.0707
MCSi-83/84
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Digital Brushless AC servo drive system - Ref.0707
VELOCITY CONTROL BLOCK DIAGRAM
GENERAL PARAMETERS
DRIVE ENABLE
GV2
GV7
Software version
GC10
GC11
X3.29
L. buS
[.]
Waiting P. Supply
Default parameters
Reset
[rdy1]
[rdy0]
Motor running
Motor running speed = 0
GC1
Store parameters
[rdy-]
Drive Enable (on) and no pulses
GV9
Drive type
GV5
Code Checksum
Password
ERR0R
DESCRIPTION
E.001
Watch dog
DR. OK
DISPLAY DRIVE STATUS
X3.30
Drive ready
X3.13
PULSES
SPEED ENABLE
X3.15
MOTOR TORQUE ON
COMMON
X3.14
SP20 & SP21
E.003
Power Supply fault / warning
E.004
E.106
Stop time > GP3
Drive Overtemp
E.108
Motor Overtemp
E.200
OverSpeed
E.201
I2t motor
E.202
I2t drive
E.214
Short-circuit
E.304
Bus Overvoltage
E.307
Bus low voltage
E.314
I2t Ballast
E.502
Incompatible parameters
E.506
Motor table missing
E.510
Incoherent combination of motor & feedback
E.801
Encoder not detected
E.802
Defective encoder
SP19
VEL +
SP60 & SP66
V SP20
X3.2
SP1 & SP2
16 Bit
IV1
+
VEL SP1
X3.1
0
SP45
+
SP21
1
SP43 SP10
SV1
SV6
S P6 0 S P6 6
SP30
SV7
SPEED ENABLE
& HALT
FUNCTIONS
1
2
re v/m in
X3.19
X (-1)
0
+
SP 2
-
SP1
SV2
SV15
0
IV10
-12 V
1
WV3
GND
CP45
WV2
-12 V
X3.33
WV9
CV15
X3.19
IP17
0
+12 V
W V1
+12 V
X3.34
WV4
0
WV5
DIGITAL COMMAND
ANALOG
COMMAND
2
TV1
2
0
IV3
1
CP20
1
3
2
1
2
W V6
FSA04.50F.J5.000 - S99
D u ty %
Generador functions interno: WV1, WV2, WV3, WV6, WV9
MOTOR SERIES
MOTOR
SENSOR INPUT
2
4
3
SHORT MOTORS
SPECIAL CONFIGURATION
FSA
WITH FEEDBACK TYPE
F5 INCREMENTAL ENCODER: 13 bits (2048 ppt)
F7 ABSOLUTE ENCODER: 16 bits (16384 ppt)
FSP
HEIGTH
200V
kW
40
01
0.1
60
02
0.2
04
0.4
80
ENCODER
SIMULATOR OUT
PINS 7, 8, 22, 24, 37 AND 38 OF
X3 CONNECTOR
S
ENCODER
SIMULATOR
MP1
MP2
Motor type
MP3
Rated current
Torque constant
120
kW
01
0.1
02
0.2
04
0.4
08
0.75
0
1
2
3
Cylindrical shaft with keyway and tapped hole
Cylindrical keyless shaft and tapped hole
0
1
FEEDBACK
VOLTAGE
Digital Brushless AC servo drive system - Ref.0707
Without brake or seal (not considered)
With brake (24 V DC), without seal
With brake (24 V DC), with seal
Without brake, with seal
FLANGE & SHAFT
5000 rev/min
Note that rated speed is 3000 rev/min
EP3
0
Interconnectron connector
BRAKE/SEAL OPTION
MAXIMUM SPEED
50
CONNECTION
200V
0.75
08
MOTOR PARAMETERS
EP1
ZZ
SIZE/POWER
5
MP1
X3
01
only when having the special "S" configuration !
A
P
LONG MOTORS
6
SERIAL
ENCODER
1
ESPECIFICATION
MOTOR LENGTH
400 V
200 V
A
F
13 bit incremental
16 bit absolute
J5
J7
MCSi - APPENDIX 1 / 4
I/O FUNCTIONS
FUNCTION
OP14
NO FUNC.
OUTFUNC1
00
01
OUTFUNC2
02
OUTFUNC3
OUTFUNC4
OUTFUNC5
OUTFUNC6
OUTFUNC7
03
04
05
06
07
X3.11
PROG DIG INPUT
IP14
IP6
IV10
0
X3.12
IP14 01
IV10 as input
to function nr:
FUNCTION
00
01
INFUNC0
02
03
INFUNC2
INFUNC3
04
INFUNC4
INFUNC1
IV10
REMOTE P. / P.I. CONTROL
OV10 as output
from function nr:
OV10
X3.27
1
OP6
PROG DIGIT OUTPUT
0
X3.28
OP14 01
MOTOR BRAKE CONTROL
Kp
OP14 04
TARGET SPEED
Torque Enable
Ti
+
-
velocidad
SV2
GP11
Speed
SV2
GP11
SP41
1
SP42
SV1
Torque Enable
IP14 02
OV10
SERVOMOTOR ROTATION DIRECTION
SV1 = SV2
OV10
Motor torque
X(-1)
time
SP43
SV2 < SP42
time
OP14 05
0 REV/MIN > TARGET SPEED
Speed
HALT
OP14 02
SV2
TORQUE LIMIT
SV2
SP42
IP14 03
MOTOR TORQUE ON
TV1
0 rev/min
GP11
GP11
if t1< GP3 then after GP9 MOTOR TORQUE ON = 0;
else (MOTOR TORQUE ON = 0 and E.004)
t1
GP9
TP1
SV2
E.004
OV10
TV1 > TP1
SP42
time
Error
Speed Enable
time
OV10
Only if InFunc03 is selected
time
t<GP11
IV10
OP14 06
GP11 t>GP11
SECOND D.R. OK
DR. OK
SV6
OV10
0
SV7
1
SP65
OP14 03
V. BUS OK
MOTOR SPEED > SP40
SV1
velocidad
SV2
SP40
SP65
OP14 07
WARNINGS
I2TMOTOR
IP14 04
ERROR RESET
IV10
DC1
I2TBALLAST
OV10
time
Digital Brushless AC servo drive system - Ref.0707
I2TDRIVE
0
1
OP15
OV10
2
MCSi - APPENDIX 2 / 4
ANALOG FUNCTIONS
CP10, CP11
PROG ANALOG INPUT
IP17
Voltage
CP10
X3.17
IV3 as input
to function nr:
IV3
IV2
X3.18
CP11
Function
NO FUNC.
FUNCTION 1
FUNCTION 2
00
01
02
Current
Function 1
External current command
From generator functions
CV15
1
Digital command
OP1
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
VARIABLE
SV15
SV1
SV6
SV7
SV2
TV1
TV2
CV3
WV5
IV1
IV2
Reserved
TV1
2
IP 17
OP2
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
1
2
CV15
VARIABLE
SV15
SV1
SV6
SV7
SV2
TV1
TV2
CV3
WV5
IV1
IV2
Reserved
Digital Brushless AC servo drive system - Ref.0707
TV1
2
3
IV3
3
CP 45
0
1
Digital command
0
IV3
Analog command
External limit current command
From speed loop
CP 45
0
From speed loop
Function 2
From PROG ANALOG INPUT
UNITS
rev/min
rev/min
rev/min
rev/min
rev/min
dNm
dNm
cA
--mV
mV
---
CP20
PROG ANALOG
OUT 1
OP3
OP1
8 Bit
X3.31
X
PROG ANALOG
OUT 2
OP4
OP2
8 Bit
X3.32
X
X3.16
MCSi - APPENDIX 3 / 4
ERROR FUNCTIONS
Function "E.106"
Power Supply fault
Function "E.003"
OverSpeed
speed
KV2
1 line lost
1, 2 or 3 lines lost
Function "E.200"
Drive Overtemperature
SV2
Tensión de
alimentación
Motor rated speed
105 ºC
Drive Enable
x 1.12
Motor rated speed
"E.106"
Speed Enable
"E.003"
"E.200"
time
Function "E.201"
time
Motor Overload
time
Function " E.202 "
time
Drive Overload
Function " E.314"
CV3
TV2
Ballast overload
KV41
1
Internal Ballast resistor
KV41
0
External Ballast resistor
DRIVE RATED CURRENT
MP 3
f(GV9)
f (Drive rated
current)
f (MP3)
KV32
KV36
f (KP3 & KP4)
KV40
"E.202"
"E.201"
time
Digital Brushless AC servo drive system - Ref.0707
"E.314"
time
time
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