Silniki liniowe_EN__Montageanleitung_Linearmotorachssystem_V1.0_EN

Silniki liniowe_EN__Montageanleitung_Linearmotorachssystem_V1.0_EN
Assembly Instructions
for LMS, LMF and LMC Linear Motor Components
and LMX, LMH, LMV and LMG
linear motor axes and linear motor axis systems
LMX…, LMH…, LMV…, LMG…
HIWIN GmbH
Brücklesbünd 2
77654 Offenburg, Germany
Tel. +49 (0)781 / 9 32 78-0
Fax +49 (0)781 / 9 32 78-90
E-Mail [email protected]
Technical customer service Tel. +49 (0)781 / 932 78-77
These assembly instructions are protected by copyright. Written permission is required from HIWIN GmbH for
any duplication, publication in whole or in part, alterations or abridgment.
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Contents
Information about the document ................................................................................. 6
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1.1 Applicability of these assembly instructions...........................................................................................6
1.2 Type codes ..................................................................................................................................................7
1.2.1 Type codes for individual axes.....................................................................................7
1.2.2 Type codes for compound tables.................................................................................8
1.2.3 Type codes for gantry systems ....................................................................................8
1.3 Symbols used .............................................................................................................................................9
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Safety 10
2.1 Proper use................................................................................................................................................10
2.2 Exclusion of liability in the event of alterations or improper use........................................................10
2.3 Experienced personnel ...........................................................................................................................11
2.4 General safety information .....................................................................................................................11
2.5 Safety information on storing the linear motor axes............................................................................12
2.6 Safety information on transporting the linear motor axes ..................................................................13
2.7 Safety information on handling current-carrying, live products.........................................................14
2.8 Additional information.............................................................................................................................14
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Product descriptions ................................................................................................. 15
3.1 Assembly and configuration of linear motor axes................................................................................15
3.2 LMX1E product description.....................................................................................................................16
3.3 LMX1L-S product description.................................................................................................................16
3.4 LMX1L-T product description.................................................................................................................17
3.5 LMV1L product description.....................................................................................................................17
3.6 LMH1L product description ....................................................................................................................18
3.7 LMX2xxx product description .................................................................................................................18
3.8 LMGxxx product description...................................................................................................................18
3.9 Component description...........................................................................................................................19
3.9.1 Motors ........................................................................................................................19
3.9.1.1 LMCxx motor type.................................................................................................19
3.9.1.2 LMSxx motor types ...............................................................................................19
3.9.1.3 LMTxx motor types ...............................................................................................19
3.9.1.4 LMFxx motor types ...............................................................................................19
3.9.2 Linear distance measuring system ...........................................................................20
3.9.2.1 Optical distance measuring system .....................................................................20
3.9.2.2 HIWIN-MAGIC and HIWIN-MAGIC-PG magnetic distance measuring systems..21
3.10 Limit switches ..........................................................................................................................................22
3.11 Energy chain cable carrier (optional).....................................................................................................22
3.12 Clamping element (optional) ..................................................................................................................22
3.13 Pneumatic weight balance (optional).....................................................................................................23
3.14 Hall effect sensor (optional)....................................................................................................................24
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Assembly .................................................................................................................. 26
4.1 Assembly of the linear motor axes ........................................................................................................26
4.1.1 Assembly of the LMX1E, LMX1L-S and LMX1L-T linear motor axes........................26
4.1.2 Assembly of the LMV1L linear motor axes................................................................27
4.1.2.1 LMV1L assembly with a moveable forcer ............................................................27
4.1.2.2 LMV1L assembly with a moveable axis................................................................27
4.1.3 Assembly of the LMH1L linear motor axes ...............................................................27
4.1.4 Assembly of the moving load.....................................................................................28
4.1.5 Assembly of the Hall effect sensor............................................................................29
4.2 Assembly and disassembly of axis components ..................................................................................32
4.2.1 Profile rails and blocks..............................................................................................32
4.2.2 Travel block with forcer.............................................................................................33
4.2.3 Stators (magnetic tracks) ..........................................................................................34
4.2.4 MAGIC-PG distance measuring system ....................................................................35
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5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
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6.1
6.2
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7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
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8.1
8.2
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4.2.4.1 Installation of the measuring scale......................................................................35
4.2.4.2 Installation of the MAGIC-PG encoder .................................................................36
4.2.4.3 Signal voltage amplitude ......................................................................................36
4.2.4.4 Electronic evaluation system for the MAGIC-PG encoder signals ......................37
4.2.5 Reference switch .......................................................................................................38
Electrical connection ................................................................................................ 39
Overview....................................................................................................................................................39
Motor connection .....................................................................................................................................40
Connecting the linear distance measuring system..............................................................................42
5.3.1 Pin assignment and output signals ...........................................................................42
Limit switch connection ..........................................................................................................................43
Cables 45
5.5.1 Motor cable of the linear motor axes ........................................................................45
5.5.2 Encoder cable of the linear motor axes ....................................................................46
5.5.3 Limit switch cable of the linear motor axes ..............................................................46
Circuit diagram outline: Connecting a pneumatic weight balancing device......................................47
Power supply – typical values.................................................................................................................47
Connecting the clamping element.........................................................................................................48
5.8.1 Pneumatic clamping element....................................................................................48
Connecting the Hall effect sensor..........................................................................................................48
5.9.1 Analog Hall effect sensor ..........................................................................................48
5.9.1.1 Pin assignment with open cable end....................................................................48
5.9.1.2 Pin assignment of round connector (coupler), M17, 17-pin ................................48
5.9.1.3 Pin assignment of the 9-pin connector ................................................................49
5.9.2 Digital Hall effect sensor ...........................................................................................49
5.9.2.1 Pin assignment with open cable end....................................................................49
5.9.2.2 Pin assignment of the round connector (coupler) M17; 17-pin...........................49
5.9.2.3 Pin assignment of the 9-pin connector ................................................................50
Putting into operation and programming .................................................................. 51
Putting into operation..............................................................................................................................51
Programming...........................................................................................................................................51
Maintenance ............................................................................................................. 52
Maintenance on the linear motor...........................................................................................................52
Maintenance of the distance measuring system..................................................................................52
Maintenance of the electromechanical components...........................................................................52
Maintenance of the pneumatic weight balance and spring-loaded clamp (optional).......................53
Maintenance of the linear guideways ....................................................................................................53
7.5.1 Lubrication .................................................................................................................53
7.5.2 Strip lubrication .........................................................................................................54
7.5.3 Cleaning .....................................................................................................................54
Calculating the service life......................................................................................................................55
Service lives of towing chain and cables ...............................................................................................56
Technical data........................................................................................................... 57
General technical data ............................................................................................................................57
Technical data for LMX1E .......................................................................................................................57
8.2.1 Parameters for LMX1E ..............................................................................................57
8.2.2 Dimensions and weight of the LMX1E-CB5 axis without cover ................................58
8.2.3 Dimensions and weight of the LMX1E-CB6 axis without cover ................................59
8.2.4 Dimensions and weight of the LMX1E-CB8 axis without cover ................................60
8.2.5 Dimensions and weight of the LMX1E-CB5 axis with cover......................................61
8.2.6 Dimensions and weight of the LMX1E-CB6 axis with cover......................................62
8.2.7 Dimensions and weight of the LMX1E-CB8 axis with cover......................................63
8.2.8 Parameters for the coreless LMC motor type ..........................................................64
8.2.9 Parameters for the iron-core LMS motor.................................................................65
8.2.10 Parameters for the iron-core LMT motor .................................................................66
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8.3 Technical data for LMX1L-S ...................................................................................................................67
8.3.1 Parameters for LMX1L-S...........................................................................................67
8.3.2 Dimensions and weight of the LMX1L-S23 linear motor axis without cover............68
8.3.3 Dimensions and weight of the LMX1L-S27 linear motor axis without cover............69
8.3.4 Dimensions and weight of the LMX1L-S37 and LMX1L-S37L linear motor axes
without cover..............................................................................................................70
8.3.5 Dimensions and weight of the LMX1L-S47 and LMX1L-S47L linear motor axes
without cover..............................................................................................................71
8.3.6 Dimensions and weight of the LMX1L-S57 and LMX1L-S57L linear motor axes
without cover..............................................................................................................72
8.3.7 Dimensions and weight of the LMX1L-S67 and LMX1L-S67L linear motor axes
without cover..............................................................................................................73
8.3.8
Dimensions and weight of the LMX1L-S23 linear motor axis with cover ......................74
8.3.9
Dimensions and weight of the LMX1L-S27 linear motor axis with cover ......................75
8.3.10 Dimensions and weight of the LMX1L-S37 and LMX1L-S37L linear motor axes with
cover...........................................................................................................................76
8.3.11 Dimensions and weight of the LMX1L-S47 and LMX1L-S47L linear motor axes with
cover...........................................................................................................................77
8.3.12 Dimensions and weight of the LMX1L-S57 and LMX1L-S57L linear motor axes with
cover...........................................................................................................................78
8.3.13 Dimensions and weight of the LMX1L-S67 and LMX1L-S67L linear motor axes with
cover...........................................................................................................................79
8.4 Technical data for LMX1L-T....................................................................................................................80
8.4.1 Parameters for LMX1L-T...........................................................................................80
8.4.2 Dimensions and weight of the LMX1L-T37 and LMX1L-T37L linear motor axes with
cover...........................................................................................................................81
8.4.3 Dimensions and weight of the LMX1L-T37D and LMX1L-T37LD linear motor axes
with cover ...................................................................................................................82
8.5 Technical data for LMV1L .......................................................................................................................83
8.5.1 Parameters for LMV1L ..............................................................................................83
8.5.2 Dimensions and weight of the LMV1L linear motor axes .........................................83
8.6 Parameters for LMH1L-S1 - S2 .............................................................................................................85
8.6.1 Dimensions of the LMH1L-S1 linear motor axes......................................................85
8.6.2 Dimensions of the LMH1L-S2 linear motor axes......................................................86
8.7 Technical data for LMH1L-S4.................................................................................................................87
8.7.1 Parameters for LMH1L-S4 ........................................................................................87
8.7.2 Dimensions of the LMH1L-S4 linear motor axes......................................................87
8.8 Technical data for the HIWIN-MAGIC and HIWIN-MAGIC-PG distance measuring systems ..........88
8.8.1 Technical data ............................................................................................................88
8.8.2 Dimensions of the HIWIN MAGIC...............................................................................88
8.8.3 Dimensions of the HIWIN-MAGIC-PG........................................................................88
8.8.4 "Analog sin/cos 1 Vpp" output signal...........................................................................90
8.8.4.1 Signal format for sine/cosine 1Vpp output.............................................................90
8.8.5 "Digital TTL" output signal ........................................................................................91
8.8.5.1 Digital TTL output .................................................................................................91
8.9 Technical data for the magnetic scale...................................................................................................92
8.10 Reference and limit switches .................................................................................................................93
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Spare parts, order codes........................................................................................... 94
9.1 MAGIC/MAGIC-PG spare parts list.........................................................................................................94
9.2 Spare parts list for linear motor axes....................................................................................................95
9.3 Order codes for pneumatic packages..................................................................................................103
9.4 Order numbers for strip lubrication.....................................................................................................106
9.5 Cables 106
10 What to do in the event of a problem ........................................................................109
11 Declaration of incorporation ....................................................................................111
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1 Information about the document
These assembly instructions are aimed at planners, developers and operators of systems into
which the linear motor axis is to be integrated. They are also intended for people who perform
the following tasks:
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Transportation
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Assembly
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Electrical connection including connection to the higher-level control system
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Integration into a security system
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Retrofitting or upgrading
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Setup
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Putting into operation
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Operation
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Cleaning
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Maintenance
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Troubleshooting and error elimination
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Shutdown, disassembly and disposal
1.1 Applicability of these assembly instructions
These assembly instructions are intended for HIWIN linear motor axes with the following
product designations:
Linear motor
Type
LMS
13, 17, 23, 27, 37, 37L, 47, 47L, 57, 57L, 67, 67L
LMF
01, 02, 03, 11, 12, 13, 14, 21, 22, 23, 24, 31, 32, 33, 34, 41, 42, 43, 44
LMC
A2, A3, A4, A5, A6, B2, B3, B4, B5, B6, B7, B8, BA, C7, C8, D4, D6, D8, DA,
E4, E6, E8, EA, EC
Linear motor axis
Type
LMX1E-
CB5, CB6, CB8
LMX1L-
S23,
S27,
S37,
S37L,
S47,
S47L,
S57,
S57L,
S67,
S67L
F01, F02, F03, F11, F12, F13, F14, F21, F22, F23, F24, F31, F32, F33,
F34, F41, F42, F43, F44
LMX1L-
T37, T37L, T37D, T37LD
LMV1L-
S13, S23
LMH1L-
S13, S17, S23, S27, S27D, S47L, S47LD
These assembly instructions are also applicable when two or more of the linear motor axes
listed above are combined with each other or operated as a multi-axis system.
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1.2 Type codes
1.2.1 Type codes for individual axes
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1.2.2
Type codes for compound tables
1.2.3 Type codes for gantry systems
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1.3 Symbols used
WARNING
Warnings serve to protect people against concrete or possible dangers to life and health. It is
absolutely imperative that warnings are heeded.
NOTE
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NOTE
Notes are provided to protect the linear motor axis or other system components or to provide
hints for the efficient design of work processes.
INFO
Info offer helpful additional information on the linear motor axis or its environment.
Work instructions are marked with the checklist symbol. The actions described must be carried
out and adhered to in the sequence given.
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2 Safety
This chapter is for the safety of all those who spend time in the vicinity of the linear motor axis
and assemble, install, connect, operate, service or disassemble the equipment.
2.1 Proper use
The linear motor axis is a linear drive and guidance system for the exact, time-controlled positioning
of permanently mounted loads such as system components in an automated system.
The linear motor axes LMX1 and LMH1 are designed for installation and operation in
a horizontal position and therefore do not have a holding brake in the standard design.
If installed vertically, a holding brake or a weight balance, or both, must be retrofitted. The
loads being moved need to be permanently affixed to either the forcer or the end plates.
The LMV1 linear motor axes are designed for vertical installation and operation and are equipped
with a pneumatic weight balance as standard. A holding brake can be integrated as an option.
The loads being moved need to be permanently affixed to either the forcer or the end plates.
The linear axes can be fitted together to form multi-axis systems.
The linear motor axes described here must not be used outdoors or in hazardous areas where
there is a risk of explosions.
All linear motor axes must be used exclusively as described.
2.2 Exclusion of liability in the event of alterations or
improper use
No alterations of any kind may be made to the linear motor axes unless they are described
in these assembly instructions. If it is necessary to change the design, please contact
the manufacturer.
The manufacturer accepts no liability in the event of modifications or improper assembly,
installation, putting into operation, operation, maintenance or repair.
Only original parts from HIWIN may be used as spare parts and accessories. Spare parts and
accessories not supplied by HIWIN are not tested for operation with HIWIN linear motor axes
and may jeopardize operational safety and reliability. The manufacturer accepts no liability for
damage caused as a result of using non-approved spare parts and accessories.
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2.3 Experienced personnel
The linear motor axis may only be assembled, integrated in higher-level systems, put into
operation, operated and maintained by experienced personnel. Experienced is anyone who
•
has suitable technical training;
and
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has been trained to operate the machine by the machine operator, received instruction
in the applicable safety guidelines from the machine operator and can assess the risks
to be expected;
and
•
has read and understood these assembly instructions in their entirety and has access to
them at all times.
2.4 General safety information
The following safety information must be heeded. Anyone disregarding this safety information is
jeopardizing health and safety.
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Before and during all assembly, disassembly or repair work, the linear motor axis must
be switched to zero current and it must be ensured that the power supply cannot be
restored by other persons; otherwise, there is a danger of death and injury.
•
The linear motor axes must not be used in hazardous areas where there is a risk
of explosion.
•
The linear motor axes must only be deployed and operated indoors.
•
Linear motor axes must always be operated in combination with grounded safety devices
(non-contact safety devices, mechanical safety devices); these safety devices must be
designed, installed and checked on a regular basis in line with the applicable national
and international laws and regulations.
•
Persons with implants affected by magnetism (e.g. pacemakers) are at risk due to the
strong magnetic fields that arise, even when the linear motor is switched off.
As a general rule, anyone whose health could be endangered by strong magnetic fields
must keep a safe distance away from the linear motor axis (at least 1 meter).
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Due to the strong magnetic fields, even when the linear motor is switched off, it is
necessary to be particularly careful in the immediate vicinity of the magnetic track
(keeping approx. 50 mm away). For this reason, you must not enter this area when
holding heavy (>1 kg) or flat (>1 dm²) objects made of steel or iron.
•
The linear motor axis must have appropriate, easily understood and clearly visible
warning signs warning against the strong magnetic fields.
•
During operation the motor heats up. You can burn yourself badly if you touch it.
Fit a suitable protective device to prevent contact!
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The linear motor axes LMX1E, LMX1L-S, LMX1L-T and LMH1L are designed for
horizontal usage only. They are not equipped with a holding brake as standard. For this
reason, an angle of 1° from the horizontal on the x and y axes must not be exceeded
when installing them. If this angle is exceeded, the travel block may move through the
force of gravity and/or undesirable load torques may occur. During assembly and
disassembly, the primary part (forcer) must be locked into position by fitting a holding
device onto the side so that it no longer moves freely on the secondary part.
•
Watches and magnetic data carriers (e.g. credit cards, floppy disks, etc.) can be
destroyed by the strong magnetic forces of the linear motors. Do not take them into
the vicinity (< 100 mm) of the linear motor.
•
The air gap between the primary part (forcer) and secondary part (magnetic track) must
be checked regularly and kept clear. Magnetic chips or other foreign materials may
remain on the magnetic track. This could destroy the mechanics of the motor.
•
The linear motor axes are supplied as a system. It is therefore important to read all of
the system's documentation. The documentation can vary depending on the type of
linear motor.
2.5 Safety information on storing the linear motor axes
The linear axes are shipped fitted with a transportation lock (see Figure 2.2.1 and 2.2) and
packaged securely. The packaging and transportation lock must not be removed until
assembly – and must then be removed carefully and correctly.
If the linear motor axis is to be placed in storage, it must be left in its protective packaging.
It must be shock protected and kept dry during storage. There must also be clear warning signs
about the strong magnetic forces of the linear motor axes when they are in storage.
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2.6 Safety information on transporting the linear motor axes
Use suitable lifting gear when lifting the axes. Comply with the applicable industrial safety
regulations for handling suspended loads.
When transporting long linear motor axes, support them at several points so that they do
not sag and become bent. If the axes are allowed to sag during transportation, their
operation and accuracy will be permanently impaired.
To position the linear motor axis, two suitable screws must be inserted into each threaded hole
on the front sides to take up the load (see Figure 2.1). The linear motor axis must be affixed by
all four screws in such a way that the load distribution is even. If the axis is very long, it must
also be supported in the middle to prevent it from sagging.
When the linear motor axis is transported, the forcer must be held in place by means of a
transportation lock at the side so that it cannot move freely on the secondary part (see Figure 2.2).
No additional loads may be mounted on the linear motor axis during transportation.
Screws to
take the load
Figure 2.1:Screws to take the load during transportation
Transportation
Figure 2.2: Transportation lock on different linear motor axes
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2.7 Safety information on handling current-carrying,
live products
•
It is absolutely essential to ensure that the linear motor axis is properly grounded to
the PE rail in the control cabinet to provide the reference potential. Without low-ohm
grounding, safety is not guaranteed.
•
Power connections may be live even when the motor is not moving. Never unfasten the
electrical connections to the motors when live. In unfavourable cases, electric arcs can
arise, injuring people and damaging contacts.
•
The linear motor axes are generally connected to a separate servo amplifier (not
described in these assembly instructions). After disconnecting the servo amplifier from
the supply voltages, wait at least five minutes before touching live parts (e.g. contacts,
threaded bolts) or removing connections. To be on the safe side, measure the voltage in
the intermediate circuit and wait until it has dropped below 40 V.
2.8 Additional information
Please read the installation explanation in chapter 10.
If you have any questions, please contact the following hotline:
HIWIN Technical Support
Tel.: +49 (0)781 / 9 32 78-77
Fax: +49 (0)781 / 9 32 78-97
If you have questions about the documentation, suggestions or corrections, please send a fax to
the following fax number:
+49 (0)781 / 9 32 78-97
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3 Product descriptions
3.1 Assembly and configuration of linear motor axes
The linear motor axes consist of the components shown by way of example in section 9.2.
A configuration of linear motor axes ready for operation is shown schematically in figure 3.1.
Positive (+) direction of movement
The direction of movement is defined by the position of the
reference switch. By default it is located on the same side as the
limit switch connector (1)
g
tun
h
Ric
+
Application-specific drive
amplifier
Energy supply as
standard or
customized
(1)
Three cables:
· Power cable
· Cable of the distance measuring system
· Limit switch cable
Figure 3.1: Example configuration of linear motor axes ready for operation
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3.2 LMX1E product description
LMX1E linear motor axes are designed for moving a fixed load fitted onto the travel block. They
must only be operated in a horizontal installation position. LMX1E linear motor axes have a
coreless LMC motor and are particularly suitable for applications with high synchronization
requirements. They can also be used in compound tables. They are notable for being very flat.
The LMX1E linear motor axes have very high dynamics and are available with overall lengths of
up to 4000 mm. The distance traveled is measured incrementally or absolutely by means of
optical or magnetic distance measuring systems.
Figure 3.2: LMX1E linear motor axis
3.3 LMX1L-S product description
LMX1L-S linear motor axes are designed for moving a fixed load fitted onto the travel block.
They must only be operated in a horizontal installation position. They have an iron-core LMS
motor that offers high continuous forces. They can also be used in compound tables. LMX1L-S
linear motor axes have a very compact design and are available with overall lengths of up to
4000 mm. The distance traveled is measured incrementally or absolutely by means of optical or
magnetic distance measuring systems.
Figure 3.3: LMX1L-S linear motor axis
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3.4 LMX1L-T product description
LMX1L-T linear motor axes are designed for moving a fixed load fitted onto the travel block.
They must only be operated in a horizontal installation position. LMX1L-T linear motor axes
have an iron-core LMT motor. The forcer is positioned between two stators, which neutralizes
the forces of magnetic attraction. This reduces the load on the guide rail, in particular, and
results in a high force density with a relatively short travel block. The LMX1L-T linear motor
axis is notable for its high level of continuous force and exceptionally long service life. The
distance traveled is measured incrementally or absolutely by means of optical or magnetic
distance measuring systems.
Figure 3.4: LMX1L-T linear motor axis
3.5 LMV1L product description
The LMV1L linear motor axes are designed for horizontal or vertical movement of a load either
on the travel block or fixed to the end plates. They have an iron-core LMS motor that offers high
continuous forces. To ensure highly dynamic vertical operation, these axes are fitted
as standard with a pneumatic weight balance. Among other things, this prevents the load from
being lowered when in a zero-current state. As an option, the axes are also equipped with
a clamp cartridge or a holding brake. The distance traveled is measured out incrementally or
absolutely by means of optical or magnetic distance measuring systems, depending on
requirements.
Figure 3.5: LMV1L linear motor axis
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3.6 LMH1L product description
LMH1L linear motor axes are designed for moving a fixed load fitted onto the travel block. They
must only be operated in a horizontal installation position. They are equipped with two different
carrier profiles. One is optimized for feed forces of up to 1360 N (LMH1L-S1 and LMH1L-S2),
while the other is optimized for feed forces of up to 2600 N (LMH1L-S4).
The LMH1L-S1, LMH1L-S2 and LMH1L-S4 gantry axes, which are fitted with LMS linear motors,
are designed as complete axes with travel ranges of up to 30 m. The linear motor technology
allows multiple travel blocks to be positioned independently of each other. The distance is
measured incrementally and permits positioning accuracies of up to 0.04 mm (LMH1L-S1 and
LMH1L-S2) or 0.05 mm (LMH1L-S4). An absolute measuring system is available as an option.
Figure 3.6: LMH1L-S2-2 linear motor axis with two travel blocks
3.7 LMX2xxx product description
LMX2xxx subsystems consist of two LMX1xxx axes that are fitted together to form a compound
table or in a T-shaped arrangement. Often there are also customer-specific solutions that are
described in detail in a separate drawing.
3.8 LMGxxx product description
LMGxxx subsystems are gantry systems. They are also referred to as H-systems. They consist
of two parallel axes and a transverse axis that may also have a vertical axis. These systems are
partly a combination of standardized individual axes and partly customer-specific designs with
iron-core or coreless motors. In addition to these assembly instructions, there is usually
a drawing with the customer-specific details.
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3.9 Component description
3.9.1 Motors
The motors installed in the linear motor axes are brushless 3-phase synchronous motors.
See chapter 8, "Technical data", for more information.
The maximum force of the motor is limited at high speeds by how much intermediate circuit
voltage is available. If the speeds during motion are greater than the maximum speed at peak
force specified for the motor type, it may be necessary to have the cycle checked by HIWIN.
3.9.1.1 LMCxx motor type
The coreless LMCxx motors in the LMX1E linear motor axis are lightweight and extremely
dynamic. The primary part (forcer) with epoxide cast coils only has to move a very low
dead weight. These motors are designed for an intermediate circuit voltage of up to 340 VDC.
They are thus suitable for drive amplifiers with a power supply of up to 240 VAC.
3.9.1.2 LMSxx motor types
The LMS iron-core synchronous linear motors feature a very high force density and a very low
cogging torque.
The three-phase motors are suitable for drive amplifiers with an intermediate circuit voltage of
up to 600 VDC. They are thus suitable for all drive amplifiers with a power supply of up to
3 x 420 VAC.
3.9.1.3 LMTxx motor types
Synchronous LMT linear motors are iron-core motors with similar attributes to the motors in
the LMS series. The special positioning of the forcer between two stators means that the forces
of magnetic attraction are neutralized in the LMT motors. This reduces the load on the guide
rail, in particular, and results in a high force density with a relatively short travel block.
The three-phase motors are suitable for drive amplifiers with an intermediate circuit voltage of
up to 600 VDC. They are thus suitable for all drive amplifiers with a power supply of up to
3 x 420 VAC.
3.9.1.4 LMFxx motor types
The LMF iron-core synchronous linear motors feature a very high force density and a very low
cogging torque. It is possible to include water cooling.
The three-phase motors are suitable for drive amplifiers with an intermediate circuit voltage of
up to 800 VDC. They are thus suitable for all drive amplifiers with a power supply of up to
3 x 560 VAC.
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3.9.2 Linear distance measuring system
Depending on its type, the linear motor axis is fitted with an optical or magnetic distance
measuring system. See section 1.2, "Type code". The installed distance measuring system is
supplied cabled and ready for use and is connected to the control unit by means of a separate
connector. You will find the pin assignment in section 5.3.
NOTE
If the measuring system used is not described in this document, please read the accompanying
documentation.
3.9.2.1 Optical distance measuring system
The optical distance measuring system works on a non-contact basis. It is available in various
resolutions and has a flexible measuring scale and a reference marker.
NOTE
The measuring scale of the optical measuring systems is gold-plated to prevent scratches,
but is sensitive to damage. On the LMX1L and LMX1E axes it is protected from contact by
a cover plate.
Optical sensor
Measuring scale
Reference marker
Figure 3.7: Optical distance measuring system
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3.9.2.2 HIWIN-MAGIC and HIWIN-MAGIC-PG magnetic distance measuring systems
The measuring scale of the magnetic measuring systems must not be exposed to strong
magnetic fields. Strong shocks (e.g. a hammer blow) can also damage the magnetization of the
measuring scale.
The magnetic distance measuring systems of the HIWIN-MAGIC series are optimized for
measuring the distance of linear movements, particularly on linear motor axes. They are
particularly suitable for use in harsh environmental conditions and are resistant to oil, dirt,
vibrations and shocks. The robust housing is electrically shielded, and signals are output in real
time (see section 8.8, "Technical data for the HIWIN-MAGIC and HIWIN-MAGIC-PG distance
measuring systems", for more information).
3.9.2.2.1
HIWIN-MAGIC magnetic distance measuring system
The measuring systems consist of a magnetic measurement strip on a stainless steel carrier
strip and an encoder unit. The measuring scale is fitted to the side of the linear motor axis and
protected from contact by a cover plate. The sensor is fitted in the guide rail on the block.
Figure 3.8: HIWIN MAGIC: Encoder and magnetic scale
3.9.2.2.2
HIWIN-MAGIC-PG magnetic distance measuring scale
The measuring scale is integrated in a profile rail. The encoder is fitted to the block of the linear
guideway. It is available for the HG20 and HG25 sizes.
Figure 3.9: HIWIN-MAGIC-PG magnetic distance measuring system
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3.10 Limit switches
Depending on its type, the linear motor axis is equipped with two optical or two inductive
PNP-switching proximity switches that indicate to the control unit that the limit positions of the
stroke have been reached. The limit switches are supplied cabled and ready for use and are
connected to the control unit by means of a separate connector. You will find the pin
assignments in section 5.4.
3.11 Energy chain cable carrier (optional)
An energy chain cable carrier that guides and protects the cables is available in a standard size
or in custom sizes and is supplied fitted and ready for use.
The energy chain cable carrier meets the requirements of the UL, CSA, CEI and CE standards
and is optimized for use on linear axes. The manufacturer's instructions must be followed when
retrofitting a cable carrier.
3.12 Clamping element (optional)
Depending on its type, the linear motor axis is equipped with a pneumatic clamping element.
The clamps used are emergency stop compatible. In other words, they are activated without
pressure.
The clamping elements are not suited to repeated braking because the brake linings wear quickly.
The clamping elements are fitted between the blocks as standard. This means that the
dimensions of the travel block and the effective stroke remain unchanged.
Clamping elements are available in different sizes with holding forces of 200 N or 800 N.
The operating pressure is between 5.5 and 6 bar.
If greater holding forces are required, appropriate additional clamping elements can be used.
The response time of the clamping element depends, in particular, on the cross-section and
length of the compressed-air supply hose between the brake and the vent switching valve.
The switching time of the valve also needs to be taken into account.
See section 5.8 for more information on connecting the clamping element to the compressedair supply.
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Clamping element
Air connection
Figure 3.10: Pneumatic clamping element on a linear motor axis
(Shown without a forcer plate)
3.13 Pneumatic weight balance (optional)
The pneumatic weight balance reduces the additional force loading of the linear motor required
with vertical applications due to gravity.
The pneumatic weight balancing device is shown in figure 3.11 and consists of a pressure
cylinder with a control valve, rapid vent valve, solenoid valve and clamping element.
The clamping element prevents the axis failing in the event of a power failure.
As a general rule, all LMX and LMV linear motor axes can be fitted with a pneumatic
weight balance.
•
Connect the air supply via a pressure reducer with a rapid vent valve; the maximum
operating pressure is 6 bar, depending on the useful load being compensated.
The operating pressure is normally set so that the axis does not drop when the linear
motor is not connected to the power supply.
•
The maximum travel speed is Vmax = 1.8 m/s
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Silencer
Solenoid valve
Pressure
cylinder
Pressure
regulating valve
Clamping
element
Figure 3.11: Pneumatic weight balancing device for linear motor axes in vertical
applications
3.14 Hall effect sensor (optional)
In a linear motor (synchronous motor) with an incremental measuring system, the pole
positions of the motor have to be aligned with the rotor position for field-oriented control. This
is often known as commutation. Depending on the algorithms, small or large movements may
be necessary that are often not permitted or not possible in a machine. Particularly in the case
of vertical linear motor axes on which a clamping element is installed, commutation generally
cannot be carried out.
Hall effect sensors make it possible to determine an angle offset that sets the ideal amount of
current for the motor and energizes it when it is switched on without moving it.
Two types of Hall effect sensor are available:
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An analog Hall effect sensor with a 90° phase offset between the A and B tracks
•
A digital Hall effect sensor with a 120° phase offset between the A, B, and C tracks
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Figure 3.12: Output signal for an analog Hall effect sensor with a differential output
In the case of a Hall effect sensor with a digital output, the sensor signal switches from "0" to
"1" or vice versa. In particular, as a result of the combined evaluation of the parameter of the
motor supply voltage and of this sensor signal, it is possible to determine the motor's direction
of rotation without any doubt.
Figure 3.13: Output signal for a digital Hall effect sensor with a single-ended output
The device for detecting the direction of rotation is suitable for evaluating the sensor signal
and/or the parameter of the motor supply voltage by means of an offset of the rotor angle of
between 0° and 90°. However, a range between 0° and 60° is preferable, and a range between
0° and 45° is better. This makes it possible to select a suitable window for signal acquisition in
which both clockwise and counter-clockwise rotation of the single-phase synchronous motor
can be determined.
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4 Assembly
Before and during all assembly, disassembly or repair work, the linear motor axis must be
switched to zero current and it must be ensured that the power supply cannot be restored by
anyone else. Otherwise, there is danger of death and significant danger of injury.
To position the linear motor axes, use suitable lifting equipment where appropriate; lifting
large loads without tools is a health risk. Follow the applicable industrial safety
regulations for handling suspended loads.
No spacers, washers or similar should be used in the assembly of the linear motor axes.
4.1 Assembly of the linear motor axes
The linear motor axes are supplied already assembled and are mechanically ready for
operation. Before assembly, they must be carefully removed from the protective packaging;
the transportation lock on the forcer is not removed until after assembly.
They must be installed on a level surface. The surface must not vary by more than 0.03 mm over
300 mm.
4.1.1 Assembly of the LMX1E, LMX1L-S and LMX1L-T linear motor axes
The LMX and LMH linear motor axes are designed only for horizontal use as standard.
They are not equipped with any brakes in the standard version.
For this reason, an angle of 1° from the horizontal on the x and y axes must not be
exceeded during installation. If this angle is exceeded, the travel block may move through
the force of gravity and/or undesirable load torques may occur.
During assembly and disassembly, the primary part (forcer) must be held in place by
means of a transportation lock at the side (see section 2.6) so that it cannot move freely on
the secondary part.
These linear motor axes are only fixed from above. For this purpose, holes are available for M6
and M8 cylinder head screws. The number of holes depends on the length of the stator.
5
•
Make suitable fixing holes on the mounting surface if they are not there already.
•
Clean the mounting surface and position the linear motor axis on it.
•
Screw the fixing screws into all of the mounting holes and tighten them to 10 Nm from
the inside to the outside in a spiral sequence.
The screws must be secured with snap rings to prevent them from coming loose
accidentally.
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4.1.2 Assembly of the LMV1L linear motor axes
The LMV1L linear motor axes have a pneumatic weight balance fitted as standard and are
therefore designed for vertical installation. The LMV1L linear motor axis can be installed with
either a moveable forcer or a moveable axis.
4.1.2.1 LMV1L assembly with a moveable forcer
For assembly with a moveable forcer, the end plates of the linear motor axis are fixed to the
machine or system or to another linear motor axis.
5
•
Choose mounting surfaces for the end plates and make suitable fixing holes if they do
not already exist.
•
Clean the mounting surface and position the linear motor axis on it.
•
Screw the fixing screws into all of the fixing holes and tighten them to 10 Nm from the
inside to the outside in a spiral sequence.
•
The screws must be secured with snap rings to prevent them from coming loose
accidentally.
4.1.2.2 LMV1L assembly with a moveable axis
For assembly with a moveable axis, the forcer of the linear motor axis is fixed to the machine or
system or to another linear motor axis.
5
•
Choose mounting surfaces for the forcer and make suitable fixing holes if they do not
already exist.
•
Clean the mounting surface and position the linear motor axis on it.
•
Screw the fixing screws into all of the fixing holes and tighten them to 10 Nm from the
inside to the outside in a spiral sequence.
The screws must be secured with snap rings to prevent them from coming loose
accidentally.
4.1.3 Assembly of the LMH1L linear motor axes
The LMH1L linear motor axes are designed for horizontal use. They are not equipped with
a holding brake as standard.
For this reason, an angle of 1° from the horizontal on the x and y axes must not be
exceeded when installing them. If this angle is exceeded, the travel block may move
through the force of gravity and/or undesirable load torques may occur.
During assembly and disassembly, the primary part (forcer) must be held in place by
means of a transportation lock at the side (see section 2.6) so that it cannot move freely on
the secondary part.
NOTE
The LMH1L-S2 axis must be fixed to the machine bed using T-grooves. The installed load is also
fixed to the travel block by means of T-grooves. The axis is fixed in place by means of fixing
holes.
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Figure 4.1: Groove fixing of the LMH1L-S2 linear motor axis
•
Make holes suitable for the LMH1L-S4 on the mounting surface if they are not already
there.
•
Clean the mounting surface and position the linear motor axis on it.
•
Screw the fixing screws into all of the fixing holes and tighten them to 10 Nm from the
inside to the outside in a spiral sequence.
The screws must be secured with snap rings to prevent them from coming loose
accidentally.
4.1.4 Assembly of the moving load
Use suitable lifting equipment to position the loads to be moved where necessary;
lifting large loads without tools is a health risk. Comply with the applicable industrial
safety regulations for handling suspended loads.
5
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•
Clean the mounting surfaces for the load on the linear motor axis (the forcer or, in the
case of the LMV1L linear motor axis, the forcer or end plate).
•
Clean the mounting surface for the load.
•
Position the load on the linear motor axis.
•
Tighten the fixing screws to 10 Nm from the inside to the outside in a spiral sequence.
•
Remove the transportation lock from the forcer.
•
Check that the load can move freely along the entire stroke.
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4.1.5 Assembly of the Hall effect sensor
To install the Hall effect sensor you have to make two threaded holes on the cable side of the
linear motor (see figures 4.2 to 4.5)
Figure 4.2: Hall effect sensor fixing hole for the LMS series
Figure 4.3: Hall effect sensor fixing hole for the LMC series
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Figure 4.4: Installation of the analog Hall effect sensor for the LMC series
Figure 4.5: Installation of the digital Hall effect sensor for the LMS series
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Figure 4.6: Installation of the digital Hall effect sensor for the LMC series
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4.2 Assembly and disassembly of axis components
Before and during all assembly, disassembly or repair work on a linear motor axis, the
distance measuring system, the linear motor and the associated systems and controls
must be disconnected from the power source, and it must be ensured that the power
supply cannot be restored by anyone else. Otherwise, there is danger of death and
significant danger of injury.
The distance measuring sensor is operated at a low voltage, so there is not normally any
risk of injuries or fatalities from this alone.
NOTE
The measuring scale of the magnetic measuring systems may not be subjected to any strong
magnetic fields (keep it well away from the permanent magnets of linear motor axes!).
Exercise caution when using magnetic devices (gauge holders) to align the profile rails,
for example!
Strong shocks (e.g. hammer blows) can also damage the magnetization of the measuring
scale.
The system is not suitable for environments where there is magnetic dust (e.g. graphite
dust). This can falsify the encoder signal or damage the measuring system.
4.2.1 Profile rails and blocks
A linear guideway can take loads up/down and to the right/left. The installation position
depends on the requirements of the machine and the load direction.
The accuracy of the profile rail is determined by how straight and level the contact surfaces are
because the profile rail is pressed against them when the screws are tightened. Profile rails
that are not pressed against a contact surface may have greater tolerances in terms of
straightness.
The basic profiles of the linear motor axes used by Hiwin have a stop edge on one side.
The linear guideway fitted on this edge is known as the reference rail. When a HIWIN MAGIC-PG
measuring system is used, the measuring scale is generally also integrated in the reference rail
(see also figure 5.6).
In the same way, there is a stop edge for the two reference blocks on one side of the forcer
carrier plate (figure 4.1).
Remove all dirt and contamination from the contact surfaces before installation!
NOTE
The reference blocks are pressed against the stop edge and the fixing screws tightened
(minimum torque 6 Nm). The follow-on blocks are merely placed in position.
To prevent the screws from coming loose during operation, they must be secured by means of
a medium-strength thread locker.
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Reference block
Stop edge
block
Stop edge
Forcer
Forcer (primary part)
Follow-on block
Figure 4.7: Layout of the block and the forcer on the travel block
The reference linear guideway (generally used with the MAGIC-IG measuring system) is fitted
onto the stop edge parallel to the basic profile or to a reference edge (e.g. a granite surface).
The follow-on linear guideway is aligned and fitted parallel to the reference rail using a dial
gauge. The profile rails must be parallel +/- 10μm (figure 4.8).
4.2.2 Travel block with forcer
The forcer (the primary part of the linear motor) is attracted very strongly by the permanent
magnets of the stator (the secondary part of the linear motor). During assembly, it is essential
to ensure that the forcer does not come near the stators until the linear guideway can take up
the forces.
The forcer is therefore initially fitted onto the travel block. It is pressed against the stop edge,
and the fixing screws are tightened securely (torque: 8 Nm, figure 4.7).
It is also important to ensure that the forcer does not come into contact with the stators during
disassembly.
Figure 4.8: Installation of the travel block on the guide rails
The simplest option is to place the travel block with the forcer on the guide rails when the
stators are not yet fitted (figure 4.8). The travel block is placed in position, and the screws on
the follow-on blocks are then tightened. Do not forget to use a thread locker!
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4.2.3 Stators (magnetic tracks)
To install the stators, the travel block is moved onto one side of the axis (figure 4.9). The stators
are fitted onto the other side.
Figure 4.9: Installation of the stators once the travel block is installed
The Hiwin magnetic tracks (stators) are installed on the shunt principle. The next stator must
start with the opposite pole. In other words, magnetic north at the end of the preceding stator is
followed by magnetic south at the beginning of the next stator (or vice versa).
Caution: There is a risk of injury from crushing because the stators are magnetically
attracted.
Figure 4.10: Installation of the stators on the shunt principle
Once the stators have been installed on one side, the travel block is moved across them.
The forces of magnetic attraction between forcer and stator are taken up by the linear
guideways (figure 4.11).
The remaining missing stators can then be installed easily.
Figure 4.11: The travel block is moved across the stators that have already been installed
to allow the remaining stators to be installed
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4.2.4 MAGIC-PG distance measuring system
4.2.4.1 Installation of the measuring scale
NOTE
•
Pull the block from the rail using the tool provided.
•
Clean the groove [5] thoroughly with alcohol or acetone so that it is grease-free.
•
Glue on the magnetic scale [2] and use a mounting roller to press it on with a force of
approx. 250 N/cm2. Ensure that the tape is neither compressed nor overstretched.
•
Degrease the surface of the magnetic scale.
•
Glue the stainless steel protective cover tape [3] onto the magnetic scale. Make sure
that no bubbles form under the tape while you are gluing. Use a mounting roller to press
down the stainless steel protective cover tape with a force of approx. 250 N/cm2.
•
Re-grease the rail in order to prevent rusting.
•
Put the block on the rail using the tool provided. Ensure no balls fall out while you are
doing this.
The bond strengthens under pressure. The final strength is obtained after approx.
48 hours at room temperature.
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14
8
7
9
6
3
2
5
11 12 13
11
Positive
counting direction
10
Counting direction
for cable outlet
on the other side
Figure 4.12 HIWIN MAGIC-PG assembly
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4.2.4.2 Installation of the MAGIC-PG encoder
Work may only be carried out on the encoder when there is no supply voltage present.
The connector must not be removed if the encoder is energized. This can destroy the
electronic components.
•
On the side where the MAGIC encoder [7] is to be installed, remove the end seal [6] by
loosening the screws. Do not remove the deflection unit [9]!
•
Screw the headless screw [8] into the threaded hole of the deflector.
•
Install the MAGIC encoder on the reflector. The housing can be fitted in two directions,
depending on the required counting direction and/or cable outlet side. The counting
direction is as shown in figure 4.12 when the cable is connected as shown in the table on
page 43. Do not tighten the screws [13] all the way (use lock washers [11]).
•
The height of the encoder must be adjusted. There must be a clearance of 0.10 mm
+0.10/-0.05 mm between the cover tape and the encoder. It is advisable to use a feeler
gauge to set the correct height. Then tighten the screws [13] all the way.
•
Fix the end seal to the MAGIC-IG housing using screws [10] and nuts [12] (use lock
washers [11]). The block must be on the rail to ensure that the seal is correctly aligned.
•
NOTE
When fitting the encoder or the glider, ensure that you do not violate the connecting
cable's minimum bending radius (40 mm)!
4.2.4.3 Signal voltage amplitude
The output voltage of the encoder (1 Vpp) depends on its distance from the magnetic scale.
The relationship between the amplitude and reading distance is given in figure 4.13.
Voltage
1,2
amplitude
in V
1,1
1,0
0,9
0,8
Recommended
0,7
range
0,6
for the
0,5
reading distance
0,4
0,3
0,2
0,1
0,0
0,0
0,1
0,2
0,3
0,4
0,5
0,6
0,7
0,8
Readin g distance in mm
Figure 4.13: Voltage amplitude depending on the reading distance of the HIWIN MAGIC
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4.2.4.4 Electronic evaluation system for the MAGIC-PG encoder signals
Figures 4.14 and 4.15 show the recommended downstream electronic circuits for the individual
channels for the analog and digital encoders.
Figure 4.14: Recommended downstream electronic circuit with sin/cos 1Vpp output
Figure 4.15: Recommended downstream electronic circuit with digital TTL output
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4.2.5 Reference switch
The reference switch is generally attached to the fixed part of the system, and the cam switch is
attached to the moving part.
NOTE
The cam switch and reference switch must not be more than 2 mm apart.
Figure 4.16: Reference switch and cam switch (installation example for a linear motor axis)
The reference switch defines the zero point of the position measurements – usually by
adopting the next index mark on the MAGIC magnetic scale after the drive amplifiers
are switched. The MAGIC magnetic scale has multiple index marks that generate an
index pulse every millimeter.
NOTE
If the position measurement changes by exactly one millimeter after the machine is
switched back on, this is because the position of the reference switch in relation to the
magnetic scale is unclear. You can resolve this by moving the reference switch by 0.5 mm,
for example.
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5 Electrical connection
It is absolutely essential to ensure that the linear motor axis is properly grounded to the
PE rail in the control cabinet to provide the reference potential. Without low-ohm
grounding, safety is not guaranteed.
Power connections may be live even when the motor is not moving. Never remove the
electrical connections to the motors when they are live. In unfavourable cases, electric
arcs can form, causing injury and damage to contacts.
The linear motor axes are normally connected to a separate servo amplifier. Read the
separate assembly instructions for the servo amplifier.
After disconnecting the servo amplifier from the supply voltages, wait at least five minutes
before touching live parts (e.g. contacts, threaded bolts) or disconnecting connectors. To
be on the safe side, measure the voltage in the intermediate circuit and wait until the
voltage has dropped below 40 V.
5.1 Overview
The linear motor axes are supplied ready cabled for operation. All necessary connections are
created via three connectors on the linear motor axis. The schematic overview shows the basic
construction:
Ethernet
Figure 5.1: Schematic overview of the electrical connections
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5.2 Motor connection
The motors used in linear motor axes are brushless 3-phase synchronous motors.
The connection is made using a motor connector.
The motors of type LMCxx (axis type LMX1Exx) are designed for an intermediate circuit
voltage of up to 340 VDC. They are thus suitable for drive amplifiers with a power supply of
up to 240 VAC.
The motors of types LMS and LMT (axis types LMX1L-Sxx, LMX1L-Txx, LMV1L and LMH1L)
are suitable for driver amplifiers with an intermediate circuit voltage of up to 600 VDC.
They are thus suitable for all drive amplifiers with a power supply of up to 3 x 420 VAC. The
motors of type LMFxx (axis types LMX1L-Fxx) are designed for an intermediate circuit
voltage of 800 VDC.
The power cable must not be longer than 10 m. With longer cables, appropriate filters
must be used to attenuate any voltage peaks effectively. The power connector
(motor connector) approved for a maximum voltage of 630 VDC/AC.
Figure 5.2: PIN assignment of the M23 / 8-pin motor connector for LMX1L linear motor axes
Motor
connection
color
Pin no.
Signal
Function
Motor cable color
Black-1
1
U
Motor phase
Black-1
Black-2
4
V
Motor phase
Black-2
Black-3
3
W
Motor phase
Black-3
Black-4
A
T +*
Black-5
B
T–*
Black-6
C
T+ **
Black-7
D
T- **
Green/yellow
Protective
earth/ground
Thermal
protection
Thermal
protection
Thermal
protection
Thermal
protection
GND
Black-4
Black-5
Black-7
Black-8
Green/yellow
Pin assignment of the motor connector for axes with linear motors with an iron core
LMS motors have two possible types of motor protection equipment: bimetal switches or PTCs
LMF motors have PTC sensors in addition to KTY84 sensors
** only assigned for LMF motors
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Figure 5.3: Direction of movement with the standard assignment: cable outlet is "behind"
Figure 5.4: PIN assignment of the M17 motor connector / 7-pin for LMX1E linear motor axes
(Looking down onto the axis )
Motor
connection color
Pin no.
Signal
Function
Motor cable colour
Brown
1
U
Motor phase
Black-1
White
Gray
4
3
V
W
Black-2
Black-3
Yellow
5
T+
Motor phase
Motor phase
Thermal safety contact
Green
6
T–
Thermal safety contact
Black-5
Green/yellow
2
Protective
earth/ground
Black-4
Not assigned
GND
Green/yellow
Pin assignment of the connector for axes with linear motors without an iron core
LMC motors have two possible types of motor protection equipment: bimetal breakers or PTCs
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5.3 Connecting the linear distance measuring system
5.3.1 Pin assignment and output signals
A linear distance measuring system that is ready for operation is integrated in the linear motor
axis. The connection is made by means of a 15-pin sub-D connector or a 17-pin round
connector. Depending on the equipment level, either an optical or a magnetic incremental
distance measuring system will be integrated that functions using sine/cosine signals. The pin
assignment of the connector is identical for both magnetic and optical distance measuring
systems.
A moving encoder results in a counting direction as shown in figure 9.1 and figure 9.3 when the
encoder is connected as shown in the table given below.
NOTE
If a positive counting direction is required in the opposite direction, "V1+" must be
swapped over with "V2+" and "V1-“ with "V2–" when connecting to the electronic
evaluation system.
To avoid EMC errors in the encoder signal, the encoder cable must be shielded, and the
shielding must be in full contact across the connector. In addition, the wire pairs with the
analog sine and cosine signals must be also be shielded.
1…8
9…15
Figure 5.5: PIN assignment of the sub-D connector for the distance measuring system
(looking down onto the axis)
Figure 5.6: PIN assignment of the round connector for the distance measuring system
(looking down onto the axis)
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Encoder head cable color
Optical
Blue
Magic/ MAGIC-PG
Yellow
Yellow
Sub-D connector
and round
Signal
connector PIN
no.
Color of cable
on the measuring
system
Output signals from
the distance
measuring system
1
V 1–
Green
cos –
cos +
Red
Green
Green
9
V 1+
Yellow
Brown
Brown
Brown
4 and 5
5V
Red 0.5
Power supply
Green
Red
Red
2
V 2–
Black
sin –
White
White
White
12 and 13
0V
Black 0.5
GND
Gray
Gray
Gray
11
V 0–
Red
Ref –
Purple
Violet
Violet
3
V 0+
Orange
Ref +
Yellow
Blue
Blue
10
V 2+
Brown
sin +
Option: Motor
temp.
evaluation
15
Inner shielding
Connector
housing
Outer shielding
Brown
6
T+
Yellow
Blue
8
T–
Blue
Pin assignment of the connector for the distance measuring system on all linear motor axes
5.4 Limit switch connection
NOTE
Note the technical data in section 8.10.
Two inductive or optical proximity switches of the PNP type that are ready for operation are
integrated in the linear motor axis as limit switches. Both limit switches are connected via 9-pin
sub-D connectors.
1…5
6…9
Figure 5.7: PIN assignment of the connector for the limit switches (looking down onto the axis)
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Limit switch cable
Pin no.
Limit switch cable
color
Signal
Switch 2, black
1
White (positive)
2 – A\
Blue
2
Blue
GND- 0 V
Switch 3, black
3
Green (reference)
3 – A\
4
Yellow
5
Gray
Brown
6
Brown
+ 24 VDC
Switch 1, black
7
Pink (negative)
1 – A\
8
Red
9
Black
Pin assignment for inductive limit switches
Pin assignment for optical limit switches
When the L contacts (1 – L, 2 – L) are connected to +24 V, the optical limit switch acts as
an opener.
When the L contacts (1 – L, 2 – L) are connected to 0 V, the optical limit switch acts as a closer.
Limit switch cable
Pin no.
Limit switch cable
color
Signal
Switch 2, black
1
White (positive)
2 – OUT
Blue
2
Blue
GND- 0 V
Switch 2, pink
3
Green
2–L
Switch 3, black
4
Yellow
3-OUT
Switch 3, pink
5
Gray
3- L
Brown
6
Brown
+ 24 VDC
Switch 1, black
7
Pink (negative)
1 – OUT
Switch 1, pink
8
Red
1–L
9
Black
Pin assignment for optical limit switches
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5.5 Cables
The LMCx and LMSx linear motor axes have an integrated bimetal switch as a temperature
sensor. This is connected separately via a wire pair from the motor. This provides the option of
extending the temperature sensor wiring via the sensor cable, provided the amplifier permits
this connection.
With HIWIN axes, the temperature sensor is normally connected via the motor power cable.
The temperature sensor cable is therefore also wired to the motor connector.
5.5.1 Motor cable of the linear motor axes
A suitable cable must be used in the energy chain cable carrier. HIWIN uses IGUS energy chain
cable carriers with the appropriate cables.
In linear motor axes with LMS motors, the following motor cables are used:
Igus Chainflex cable, type CF27.07.05.02.01.D with (4G0.75+(2x0.5)C)C
Igus Chainflex cable, type CF27.15.10.02.01.D with (4G1.5+(2x1.0)C)C
Igus Chainflex cable, type CF27.25.10.02.01.D with (4G2.5+(2x1.0)C)C
Figure 5.8: LMS motor cable
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5.5.2 Encoder cable of the linear motor axes
The quality of the encoder cable has a significant impact on the control performance of
the linear motor axis. For this reason, the use of a high quality cable suitable for cable
carriers is very important.
In the HIWIN linear motor axes, the Perform Igus Chainflex type CF211.002 cable with
(3x(2x0.14)C+(2x0.5)C)C is used.
The separate shielding of the wire pairs that transmit the analog sine and cosine
signals of the 1Vss output signals is particularly important. This means that longer
encoder cables (up to 15m) can be used without problems and EMC errors are shielded
off effectively.
Figure 5.9: Encoder cable in HIWIN linear motor axes
5.5.3 Limit switch cable of the linear motor axes
The limit switch cables only have to meet the requirements of the energy chain cable
carriers. HIWIN uses the Igus Chainflex type CF240.01.14 cable with (14x0.14)C.
Figure 5.10: Limit switch and reference switch cables in HIWIN linear motor axes
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5.6 Circuit diagram outline: Connecting a pneumatic weight
balancing device
Figure 5.11: Circuit diagram of the pneumatic weight balance
To avoid switching delays caused by the pneumatics, the switching valve is located right next
to the clamping element.
The pneumatic packages of the different LM axes are listed in chapter 9, Spare parts,
order codes.
5.7 Power supply – typical values
The minimum cross-section of the mains supply cable is based on the local regulations
(see VDE 0100 part 523, VDE 0298 part 4), the ambient temperature and the required nominal
voltage of the converter.
Amplifier
nominal
voltage
[A]
Connected load
[kVA]
Max. cable crosssection of the
clamps [mm²]
Recommended fuse (gL) [A]
4
1.7
2.5
1X10
5.5
2.3
2.5
1X16
5.7
4.2
2.5
3X10
10
7.3
2.5
3X16
17
12.4
4
3X25
Typical values for the power supply
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5.8 Connecting the clamping element
5.8.1 Pneumatic clamping element
Connect the air to the prepared air input of the pneumatic clamping element.
If the response time of the clamping element is important, the compressed-air connecting line
should be as short as possible. It is advisable to position the solenoid switching valve as close
as possible to the clamping element.
5.9 Connecting the Hall effect sensor
The following Hall effect sensor types are used:
•
Analog Hall effect sensors
Output signal: sine and cosine 1Vss signals
Connection: Open cable ends, M17 round connector or the 9-pin sub-D version
•
Digital Hiwin Hall effect sensors
Output signal: 3 square-wave signals offset by 120°
Connection: Open cable ends, M17 round connector or the 9-pin sub-D version
5.9.1 Analog Hall effect sensor
5.9.1.1 Pin assignment with open cable end
Cable length: 500 mm
Hall effect sensor cable color
Signal
Blue
Hall A+
Green
Hall A-
Yellow
Hall B+
Gray
Hall B-
White
+5 V
Brown
0V
Shielding
Shielding
5.9.1.2 Pin assignment of round connector (coupler), M17, 17-pin
Cable length: 500 mm
Signal
Hall effect sensor cable color
M17 coupler
Pin no.
Blue
9
Hall A+
Green
1
Hall A-
Yellow
10
Hall B+
Gray
2
Hall B-
White
4
+5 V
Brown
12
0V
Housing
Housing
Shielding
Figure 5.8: Pin assignment of the round connector for the analog Hall effect sensor
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5.9.1.3 Pin assignment of the 9-pin connector
Cable length: 500 mm
Signal
Hall effect sensor cable color
M17 coupler
Pin no.
Blue
2
1…5
Hall A+
Green
3
Hall A-
Yellow
4
Hall B+
Gray
5
Hall B-
White
1
Brown
6
+5 V
0V
Housing
Housing
Shielding
6…9
Figure 5.9: Pin assignment of the sub-D connector for the analog Hall effect sensor
5.9.2 Digital Hall effect sensor
5.9.2.1 Pin assignment with open cable end
Cable length: 500 mm
Hall effect sensor cable color
Signal
White
Hall A
Gray
Hall B
Yellow
Hall C
Brown
5V
Green
0V
Shielding
Shielding
5.9.2.2 Pin assignment of the round connector (coupler) M17; 17-pin
Cable length: 500 mm
M17 coupler
Pin no.
Signal
White
14
Hall A
Gray
16
Hall B
Yellow
17
Hall C
Brown
5
5V
Hall effect sensor cable color
Green
13
0V
------
Housing
Shielding
Figure 5.10: Pin assignment of the round connector for the digital Hall effect sensor
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5.9.2.3 Pin assignment of the 9-pin connector
Cable length: 500 mm
Signal
Hall effect sensor cable color
9-pin connector
Pin no.
White
2
Hall A
Gray
3
Hall B
Yellow
4
Hall C
Brown
1
5V
Green
5
0V
------
Housing
Shielding
1…5
6…9
Figure 5.11: Pin assignment of the connector for the digital Hall effect sensor
Note:
NOTE
The evaluation of an analog Hall effect sensor is generally implemented with a second sensor
input. Depending on the position in which the motor is installed and on the counting direction of
the measuring system, tracks A and B have to be adjusted:
•
Positive direction of movement away from the motor cable
Hall effect sensor counts in the direction of the distance measuring system
Distance measuring system
Track SIN
Track COS
Hall effect sensor:
Track A
Track B
positive direction
•
Positive direction of movement toward the motor cable
Hall effect sensor counts in the opposite direction to the distance measuring system
Distance measuring system
Track SIN
Track COS
Hall effect sensor
Track B
Track A
positive direction
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6 Putting into operation and programming
6.1 Putting into operation
Linear motor axes must always be used in conjunction with suitable safety equipment
(non-contact safety devices, mechanical safety devices); these safety devices must be
designed, installed and checked on a regular basis in line with the relevant national and
international legislation and regulations.
In the event of a power failure, the moving part of linear motor axes without holding
brakes and weight balancing runs to the limit position. The stop buffers on both sides
must therefore not be removed.
Applies to LMX1L-S, LMX1L-T and LMV1L and LMH1L: People with implants affected
by magnetic fields (e.g. pacemakers) are at risk due to the presence of strong magnetic
fields. As a general principle, anyone whose health could be affected by strong magnetic
fields should keep a safe distance of at least 1 meter away from the linear motor axis. The
linear motor axis must be fitted with an appropriate, easily understood and clearly visible
warning sign.
Applies to LMX1L-S, LMX1L-T and LMV1L and LMH1L: Due to the strong magnetic forces
of attraction, special care must be taken in the immediate vicinity (distance approx.
50 mm) of the magnetic track. For this reason, heavy (>1 kg) or flat (>1 dm²) objects made
of steel or iron must not be moved into this area by hand. Fit clearly visible and easily
understood warning signs (e.g. permanent adhesive signs) onto the machine.
During operation the motor heats up. You can burn yourself badly if you touch it. Fit a
safety device to prevent contact!
5
•
Switch off the control unit
•
Disconnect the motor cable
•
Connect the cable of the distance measuring system
•
Switch on the control unit and check that the distance measuring system works; to find
out how to do this, read the assembly instructions for the drive amplifier and distance
measuring system
•
Switch off the control unit
•
Connect the motor cable
•
Switch on the control unit
•
Carry out a trial run at a slow speed
•
If the trial run completes successfully, perform a test under operating conditions
6.2 Programming
The programming depends on which control unit and amplifier are used. Read the assembly
instructions of the control unit and drive amplifier.
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7 Maintenance
Before and during all maintenance work, the linear motor axis must be completely
disconnected, then ensure that the power supply cannot be reconnected by other persons;
otherwise there is deadly peril and danger of injury.
7.1 Maintenance on the linear motor
The linear motors are essentially maintenance-free.
However, from a technical point of view, a free air gap between the primary part (forcer) and
secondary part (magnetic track) must be ensured. There may be magnetic chips or other metal
parts may remaining on the magnetic track. These foreign materials could find their way into
the air gap, forming a wedge and destroying the mechanics of the motor. It is therefore
important to ensure that no large particles can become stuck in the air gap between the stator
and forcer.
7.2 Maintenance of the distance measuring system
The MAGIC-PG magnetic distance measuring system works on a non-contact basis and thus
requires no maintenance. However, dirt particles between the encoder and the measuring scale
can affect it. In addition, foreign bodies on the measuring scale and rub against it and remove
the scale.
The magnetic measuring scale of the MAGIC-PG has a steel cover for protection. This can be
scratched without any issues arising, but the stainless steel protective cover tape may come
loose from the basic unit if continuous pressure is applied by a wedged dirt particle. For this
reason, the distance measuring system must also be checked regularly for dirt and cleaned
when necessary.
The optical measuring system is sensitive to any dirt on the measuring scale. A soft cloth
only should be used to clean the measuring scale as otherwise the delicate coating could
be scratched.
7.3 Maintenance of the electromechanical components
The cables and energy chains have a limited service life. The energy chain is specified at
approx. 4 million cycles, for example. The service life depends greatly on the environmental
conditions and the travel dynamics, however. For this reason it is not generally possible to
calculate a precise service life.
It is therefore essential to watch for traces of wear on the cables in the chain, e.g. signs of
abrasion on the cable. It is also a good idea to check that the cable connections are positioned
correctly.
Incorrect functions of the limit switches or reference switches are often caused by a bent
cam switch. Ensure therefore that the cam switches are the correct distance from the sensors.
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7.4 Maintenance of the pneumatic weight balance and springloaded clamp (optional)
As an option, the HIWIN linear motor axes can have integrated emergency stop-capable
clamping elements or, in the case of vertical applications, pneumatic weight balancing
cylinders.
These elements are maintenance-free, but can be subject to wear.
Wear of the brake linings Æ complete replacement of the clamping element.
If the weight balancing effect drops off Æ replace completely.
7.5 Maintenance of the linear guideways
7.5.1 Lubrication
NOTE
General information on lubrication is provided here. You will find further information on
lubrication and selecting lubricants in our technical information document entitled "Lubrication
Instructions for Linear Guideways" (Lubrication Instructions for Linear Guideways) at
www.hiwin.de.
The linear guideways of the linear axes require adequate lubrication like all rolling bearings.
The lubricants reduce wear, protect against dirt, prevent corrosion and lengthen service life.
The information from the lubricant manufacturer must be observed. Always check the
miscibility of different lubricants. Lubricant oils based on mineral oil of the same classification
(e.g. CL) and of a similar viscosity (maximum one class difference) can be mixed. Greases can
be mixed if their base oil and the thickening type are the same. The viscosity of the base oil
must be similar. There must not be more than one level of difference in NGLI class.
Once the linear guideway is fitted, initial lubrication is carried out at the factory. |The linear
motor axes are fitted as standard with lubricating nipples on the ends of the block for filling
with standard commercial grease guns; as an option, lubricant adapters can be used to connect
the linear motor axis directly to the lubrication line from the central lubrication system.
Relubrication should be carried out after every 200 to 600 operating hours or 1000 km.
0.6 g of grease should be used for profile rails with a nominal size of 20. In the case of vertical
installations, the relubrication quantity should be increased by approx. 50%.
NOTE
In general, old grease, dirt and chips should be removed from the profile rails before
lubrication.
The following lubricating greases should be used for HIWIN linear motor axes:
Lubricating grease to DIN 51825: KP2K of the consistency class NGLI2 to DIN 51818
Do not use grease containing any solid lubricants (e.g. graphite or MoS2).
NOTE
In the case of axes with a plate cover, the lubricating nipples are only accessible if the
travel block is moved to the limit stop. When covered with a bellows, the bellows must be
removed from the travel block.
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Lubricating nipple
Figure 7.1: Layout of the lubricating nipples on the ends of the block (example)
7.5.2 Strip lubrication
The LMH1L linear motor axes have a strip lubricating system to reduce the maintenance effort
required.
The order numbers for the components of the strip lubricating system are listed in section 9.4.
Lubricating nipple
Figure 7.2: Strip lubricating system
7.5.3 Cleaning
Dirt can settle and solidify on unprotected profile rails. This dirt must be removed on
a regular basis.
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7.6 Calculating the service life
The service life of the linear motor axes depends primarily on the service life of the linear
guideways.
By way of example, the following table shows the service life of the LMX1L-S23 linear motor
axis with a useful load of 12 kg and accelerating at 22 m/s2.
Customer:
Doc.no.:
0
Date:
Project:
Rev.:
0
Author:
07.10.2005
Technical data on the linear guideway:
Application:
Block
Type:
HGH20CA
Dynamic bearing rate
Cdyn:
17750
N
Static bearing rate
C0:
37840
N
Stroke
ls:
1200
mm
Technical conditions:
Weight force in load center
W:
250
N
Block spacing in the direction of the
rail axis
l0:
124
mm
Spacing of the rails
l1:
136
mm
l2:
0
mm
l3:
300
mm
Center of gravity spacing vertically
h1:
100
mm
Moderate speed
vm:
2.2
m/s
Acceleration
a:
22
m/s²
Delay
(-)a:
22
m/s²
Standstill per cycle
tp:
0.20
s
Acceleration due to gravity
g:
9.81
m/s²
Center of gravity spacing in axis
direction
Center of gravity spacing vertical to axis
direction
Operating factors:
Hardness factor
fH:
1.000
Temperature factor
fT:
1.000
Load factor
fW:
1.300
Calculation results:
Max. dynamic equivalent load per block
Pm:
645
N
Cycle duration:
1.10
s
Load taking into account the operating
factors
P:
838
N
Cycles / hour:
3280
z/h
Operating hours / day:
24
h/d
km
Working days / year:
365
d/y
Static support stability
S0:
29
Service life in kilometers
L:
474,916
Service life in operating hours
Lh:
59,964
H
Service life in cycles
Lz:
240,504,472
z
Service life in years
Ly:
8
y
The calculation results are based on the technical specifications we have available.
Values have been assumed for any missing information.
The service life durations calculated are theoretical minimum values assuming correctly performed assembly and lubrication as well as a clean environment.
If these assumed conditions do not apply, the results calculated will be invalid.
Figure 7.3: Example of a service life calculation
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7.7 Service lives of towing chain and cables
The service lives of the towing chain and cables depend primarily on the number of cycles run
rather than on time.
The service lives of the cables and towing chain depends on a large number of external factors.
The towing chain is designed so that the service life is approx. 4 million cycles. However, this is
reduced in the event of operation at high speeds (> 2 m/s), high acceleration rates (> 20 m/s2),
with low bending radii of the towing chain and cables or if there is dirt around. The use of
dividing webs between the cables in the towing chain is also important for a long service life.
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8 Technical data
8.1 General technical data
Linear
motor
axis
Motor
type
v
max
a max
Overall
length
L max
Repeatability
[m/s]
[m/s2]
[mm]
[mm]
Accuracy
[mm/
300 mm]
+/- 0.005*
+/- 0.005*
Straightness
[mm/
300 mm]
+/- 0.005
+/- 0.005
Levelness
[mm/
300 mm]
+/- 0.005
+/- 0.005
LMX1E-...
LMC
5
100***
4000
+/- 0.001*
LMX1LLMS
4
50***
4000
+/- 0.001*
S...
LMX1LLMT
4
50
4000
+/- 0.001* +/- 0.005*
+/- 0.005
+/- 0.005
T...
LMV1L-...
LMS
1.8
30
600
+/- 0.001* +/- 0.005*
+/- 0.005
+/- 0.005
LMH1L-...
LMS
4
50
100000
+/- 0.02** +/- 0.05**
+/- 0.02
+/- 0.02
* Values apply to the optical incremental distance measuring system (sine/cosine signals) with a period of 40 μm.
** Values apply to the magnetic incremental HIWIN-MAGIC distance measuring system with sine/cosine signals.
*** When using bellows covers, there may be restrictions in terms of maximum acceleration rates.
8.2 Technical data for LMX1E
8.2.1 Parameters for LMX1E
*Dimensions C and D are customer-specific
Designation
(order code)
Motor
type
Fc
[N]
Fp
[N]
Travel block
Mass
Length
[kg]
[mm]
vmax
amax
[m/s]
[m/s ]
100
2
Dimension A
xxxx = stroke
[mm]
Dimension
B
[mm]
[mm]
LMX1ELMC B5
90
270
2.0
178
5
178
CB5-1-xxxxA100
LMX1ELMC B6
110
330
3.0
208
5
100
178
CB6-1-xxxxA100
LMX1ELMC B8
145
435
4.2
272
5
100
178
CB8-1-xxxxA100
LMX1ELMC B5
90
270
2.3
178
5
100
178
CB5-1-xxxxA1A0
LMX1ELMC B6
110
330
3.3
208
5
100
178
CB6-1-xxxxA1A0
LMX1ELMC B8
145
435
4.5
272
5
100
178
CB8-1-xxxxA1A0
Notes: Fc = continuous force, 100% duty cycle (DC) at 80 °C coil temperature, Fp = peak force (1 s)
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80
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8.2.2 Dimensions and weight of the LMX1E-CB5 axis without cover
Stroke
[mm]
144
272
400
528
656
784
912
1040
1296
1552
1808
Overall length L
[mm]
450
578
706
834
962
1090
1218
1346
1602
1858
2114
Weight
[kg]
19.0
22.5
26.0
30.0
33.0
36.5
40.5
44.0
51.0
58.5
66.0
All values in mm
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8.2.3 Dimensions and weight of the LMX1E-CB6 axis without cover
Stroke
[mm]
112
240
368
496
624
752
880
1008
1264
1520
1776
Overall length L
[mm]
450
578
706
834
962
1090
1218
1346
1602
1858
2114
Weight
[kg]
19.3
23.0
26.6
30.2
33.9
37.5
41.2
44.8
52.1
59.4
66.6
All values in mm
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8.2.4 Dimensions and weight of the LMX1E-CB8 axis without cover
Stroke
[mm]
176
304
432
560
688
816
944
1200
1456
1712
Overall length L
[mm]
578
706
834
962
1090
1218
1346
1602
1858
2114
Weight
[kg]
24.5
28.1
31.7
35.4
39.0
42.7
46.3
53.6
60.8
68.1
All values in mm
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8.2.5 Dimensions and weight of the LMX1E-CB5 axis with cover
Stroke
[mm]
144
272
400
528
656
784
912
1040
1296
1552
1808
Overall length L 1
[mm]
450
578
706
834
962
1090
1218
1346
1602
1858
2114
Overall length L 2
[mm]
658
660
860
1060
1259
1460
1660
1859
2260
2659
3060
H
[mm]
92
92
92
92
92
92
92
92
101
101
101
Weight
[kg]
20.3
24.3
28.0
32.0
36.0
40.0
44.0
48.0
56.0
64.0
71.7
L1 = overall length with metal cover
L2 = overall length with bellows cover
h = H – 80
All values in mm
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8.2.6 Dimensions and weight of the LMX1E-CB6 axis with cover
Stroke
[mm]
Overall length L 1
[mm]
112
450
240
578
368
706
496
834
624
962
752
1090
880
1218
1008
1346
1264
1602
1520
1858
1776
2114
L1 = overall length with metal cover
L2 = overall length with bellows cover
h = H – 80
All values in mm
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Overall length
L2
[mm]
442
642
841
1041
1242
1442
1641
1842
2241
2642
3041
H
[mm]
Weight
[kg]
92
92
92
92
92
92
92
92
101
101
101
21.0
25.0
28.9
32.8
36.8
40.7
44.7
48.7
56.6
64.5
72.4
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8.2.7 Dimensions and weight of the LMX1E-CB8 axis with cover
Stroke
[mm]
Overall length L 1
[mm]
176
578
304
706
432
834
560
962
688
1090
816
1218
944
1346
1200
1602
1456
1858
1712
2114
L1 = overall length with metal cover
L2 = overall length with bellows cover
h = H – 80
Overall length
L2
[mm]
606
806
1005
1205
1406
1605
1805
2206
2606
3005
H
[mm]
Weight
[kg]
92
92
92
92
92
92
92
101
101
101
26.4
30.4
34.3
38.3
42.2
46.2
50.2
58.0
66.0
74.0
All values in mm
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8.2.8 Parameters for the coreless LMC motor type
Symbol
Unit
LMC
Peak force (1 s)
Continuous
force (at 80 °C)
Peak current (1 s)
Fp
Fc
N
N
A2
75
25
A3
105
35
A4
135
45
A5
150
50
A6
180
60
B4
210
70
B5
270
90
B6
330
110
B7
390
130
B8
435
145
BA
540
180
C7
510
170
C8
585
195
Ip
6.9
6.3
6.3
5.4
5.4
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Continuous
current (at 80 °C)
Force constant
Ic
2.3
2.1
2.1
1.8
1.8
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
10.6 15.8 21.2
28.2
33.8
32.5
45.4
54.5
63.5
72.5
90.6
85.4
97.5
Tmax
Ke
A
(rms)
A
(rms)
N/A
(rms)
°C
ms
100
0.7
100
0.7
100
0.7
100
0.7
100
0.7
100
0.7
100
0.8
100
0.7
100
0.8
100
0.8
100
0.8
100
1.0
100
1.0
R25
V
1.7
2.4
3.0
3.5
4.0
4.1
5.2
6.7
7.3
8.3
10.4
8.4
9.6
L
mH
0.6
0.8
1.1
1.2
1.4
1.3
1.9
2.2
2.7
3.1
3.9
4.2
4.8
Max. coil temp.
Electrical time
constant
Resistance (per
phase at 25 °C)
Inductivity
(per phase)
Pin spacing
Bending radius of
the motor cable
Counter-EMF
constant
Motor constant
(at 25 °C)
Thermal
resistance
Thermo switch
Max.
intermediate
circuit voltage
Forcer weight
Dead weight of
the stator
Forcer length/
dimension n
Forcer height
Stator height
Stator width
Stator length/
dimension N
Overall height of
system
64
Kf
2
mm
Rbend mm
32
32
32
37.5 37.5 37.5
32
37.5
32
37.5
32
37.5
32
37.5
32
37.5
32
37.5
32
37.5
32
37.5
32
37.5
32
37.5
Kv
5.9
8.8
11.9
14.5
17.4
19.0
24.8
29.3
34.7
40.0
50.0
45.4
51.9
4.8
6.0
6.9
8.7
9.8
9.3
11.4
12.5
13.7
14.5
16.2
17.0
18.1
1.48
1.51
1.18
0.92
0.80
0.65
0.57
0.45
0.56
0.49
0.74
21
0.76
21
Km
Rth
Vrms
(m/s)
Nm/
ÏW
°C/W
2.25 1.77 1.32
100 °C, bimetal (opener), DC 12 V/6 A, DC 24 V/3 A
or PTC SNM100
325
V
Mf
Ms
kg
kg/m
0.15 0.23 0.31
7
7
7
0.38
7
0.45
7
Lf
mm
H
Hs
Ws
Ls
mm
mm
mm
mm
66/2 98/3 130/
4
59
59
59
60
60
60
31.2 31.2 31.2
162/5 194/6 130/4 162/5 194/6 226/7 258/8 290/
10
59
59
79
79
79
79
79
79
60
60
80
80
80
80
80
80
31.2 31.2 31.2 31.2 31.2 31.2 31.2 31.2
192/2 256/3 320/4 384/5 448/6 512/7
H
mm
74.5 74.5 74.5
74.5
74.5
0.38
12
94.5
0.48
12
94.5
0.58
12
94.5
0.68
12
94.5
0.72
12
94.5
0.88
12
94.5
226/7 258/8
99
103
35.2
99
103
35.2
117.5 117.5
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8.2.9 Parameters for the iron-core LMS motor
Peak force
(1 sec)
Continuous
force (at 80 °C)
Peak current
(1 sec)
Continuous
current
(at 80 °C)
Force constant
Symbol
Unit
LMS
13
23
27
37
37L
47
47L
57
57L
67
67L
Fp
N
470
600
900
1250
1250
1700
1700
2000
2000
2500
2500
Fc
N
180
220
340
475
475
650
650
780
780
950
950
Ip
A (rms)
12.3 10.5
10.5
10.5
21.0
10.5
21.0
10.5
21.0
10.5
21.0
Ic
A (rms)
4.1
3.5
3.5
3.5
7.0
3.5
7.0
3.5
7.0
3.5
7.0
Kf
N/A
(rms)
N
44
61
97
136
68
186
96
223
112
271
136
805
1350
2036
2850
2850
4071
4071
4885
4885
5700
5700
°C
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
Ke
ms
9.8
11.4
10.8
10.8
10.8
11.1
11.1
11.2
11.2
11.3
11.3
R25
V
1.7
2.3
3.1
4.3
1.0
5.6
1.3
6.5
1.6
7.4
1.9
L
mH
17
27
32
45
10
62
15
73
18
84
21
2
mm
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
Rbend
mm
37.5 37.5
37.5
37.5
37.5
37.5
37.5
37.5
37.5
37.5
37.5
Kv
Vrms/
(m/s)
Nm/
ÏW
°C/W
26
51
71
41
101
59
121
61
141
71
19.4 23.1
31.8
38.0
38.0
45.4
45.5
50.7
50.7
57.6
57.6
0.33 0.33
0.46
0.40
0.40
0.30
0.30
0.26
0.26
0.23
0.23
Magnetic force Fa
of attraction
Max. coil temp. Tmax
Electrical time
constant
Resistance
(per phase at
25 °C)
Inductivity
(per phase)
Pin spacing
Bending radius
of the motor
cable
Counter-EMF
constant
Motor constant
(at 25 °C)
Thermal
resistance
Thermo switch
Km
Rth
Max.
intermediate
circuit voltage
Forcer weight Mf
Dead weight of Ms
the stator
Stator width
Ws
Spacing of the As
installation
holes
Stator length / Ls
dimension N
Overall height H
of system
Note:
43
100 °C, bimetal (opener), DC 12 V/6 A, DC 24 V/3 A
or PTC SNM120
750
V
kg
1.8
2.7
4.1
5.9
5.9
8.0
8.0
9.4
9.4
10.8
10.8
kg
4.2
6.2
6.2
8.2
8.2
11.5
11.5
13.7
13.7
15.9
15.9
mm
60
80
80
100
100
130
130
150
150
170
170
mm
45
65
65
85
85
115
115
135
135
155
155
mm
mm
192 mm/N=2, 256/N=3, 320 mm/N=4, 384 mm/N=5, 448 mm/N=6, 512 mm/N=7
55.2 55.2
57.4
57.4
57.4
57.4
57.4
57.4
57.4
57.4
57.4
Values in the table relate to operation without forced cooling
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8.2.10 Parameters for the iron-core LMT motor
Peak force (1 s)
Continuous force (at 80 °C)
Peak current (1 s)
Continuous current
(at 80 °C)
Force constant
Force of attraction
Max. coil temperature
Electrical time constant
Resistance (per phase at
25 °C)
Inductivity (per phase)
Pin spacing
Bending radius of the
motor cable
Counter-EMF constant
Motor constant
(at 25 °C)
Thermal resistance
Thermo switch
Max. intermediate circuit
voltage
No. of phases
Forcer weight
Dead weight of the stator
Stator width
Stator length/
dimension N
Spacing of the stator
installation holes
Height of overall system
Notes:
Symbol
Fp
Fc
Ip
Ic
Unit
N
N
A (rms)
A (rms)
LMT37
2500
950
10.5
3.5
LMT37 (WC)
2500
1600
21.0
6.0
Kf
Fa
Tmax
Ke
R25
N/A(rms)
N
°C
ms
•
271
01)
100
9.6
9.0
L
2
Rbend
mH
mm
mm
Kv
Km
Rth
2)
LMT37L
2500
950
21.0
7.0
LMT37L (WC)
2500
1600
21.0
12.0
271
01)
100
9.6
9
136
01)
100
9.6
2.3
136
01)
100
9.6
2.3
86
32
37.5
86
32
37.5
22
32
37.5
22
32
37.5
Vrms(m/s)
Nm/• W
141
54.1
141
54.1
71
54.1
71
54.1
°C/W
V
0.23
0.23
0.23
0.23
100 °C, bimetal (opener), DC 12 V/6 A, DC 24 V/3 A
750
Mf
Ms
Ws
kg
kg/m
mm
3
14.0
16.4
100
Ls
mm
As
mm
192 mm/N=2, 256 mm/N=3, 320 mm/N=4, 384 mm/N=5,
448 mm/N=6, 512 mm/N=7
85
85
85
85
H
mm
131.5
3
14.0
16.4
100
131.5
3
14.0
16.4
100
131.5
3
14.0
16.4
100
131.5
1) 0 = canceled out due to equal attraction forces
2) WC = with water cooling
Values in the table relate to operation without forced cooling; Exception with linear motors marked (WC)
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2)
8.3 Technical data for LMX1L-S
D*
B
C*
A
*Dimensions
C and D are customer-specific
8.3.1 Parameters for LMX1L-S
Designation
Motor
Fc
Fp
Travel block
vmax
amax
Dimension
(Order code)
type
A
Mass
Length
[N]
[N]
[m/s]
[m/s2]
xxxx = stroke
[mm]
[kg]
[mm]
[mm]
LMX1L-S23LMS 23
220
600
7.5
200
4
50
178
1-xxxx-A100
LMX1L-S27LMS 27
340
900
9.5
280
4
50
178
1-xxxx-A100
LMX1L-S37LMS 37
475
1250
12.0
280
3.5*
50
202
1-xxxx-A100
LMX1L-S37L- LMS
475
1250
12.0
280
4
50
202
1-xxxx-A100
37L
LMX1L-S47LMS 47
650
1700
18.0
280
2.5*
50
232
1-xxxx-A100
LMX1L-S47L- LMS
650
1700
18.0
280
4
50
232
1-xxxx-A100
47L
LMX1L-S57LMS 57
780
2000
22.0
280
2
50
252
1-xxxx-A100
LMX1L-S57L- LMS
780
2000
22.0
280
4
50
252
1-xxxx-A100
57L
LMX1L-S67LMS 67
950
2500
26.0
280
2
50
272
1-xxxx-A100
LMX1L-S67L- LMS
950
2500
26.0
280
4
50
272
1-xxxx-A100
67L
LMX1L-S23LMS 23
220
600
7.8
200
4
50
178
1-xxxx-A1A0
LMX1L-S27LMS 27
340
900
9.9
280
4
50
178
1-xxxx-A1A0
LMX1L-S37LMS 37
475
1250
12.5
280
3.5*
50
202
1-xxxx-A1A0
LMX1L-S37L- LMS
475
1250
12.5
280
4
50
202
1-xxxx-A1A0
37L
LMX1L-S47LMS 47
650
1700
18.8
280
2.5*
50
232
1-xxxx-A1A0
LMX1L-S47L- LMS
650
1700
18.8
280
4
50
232
1-xxxx-A1A0
47L
LMX1L-S57LMS 57
780
2000
23.0
280
2*
50
252
1-xxxx-A1A0
LMX1L-S57L- LMS
780
2000
23.0
280
4
50
252
1-xxxx-A1A0
57L
LMX1L-S67LMS 67
950
2500
27.0
280
2*
50
272
1-xxxx-A1A0
LMX1L-S67LLMS
950
2500
27.0
280
4
50
272
1-xxxx-A1A0
67L
Notes:
Fc = continuous force, 100% duty cycle (DD) at 80 °C coil temperature, Fp = peak force (1 s)
* Limited by counter-EMF of the motor coil
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Dimension
B
[mm]
90
90
95
95
95
95
100
100
100
100
102/111
102/111
107/116
107/116
107/116
107/116
112/121
112/121
112/121
112/121
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8.3.2 Dimensions and weight of the LMX1L-S23 linear motor axis
without cover
Stroke
[mm]
104
232
360
488
616
744
872
1000
1256
1512
1768
2024
Overall length L
[mm]
450
578
706
834
962
1090
1218
1346
1602
1858
2114
2370
Weight
[kg]
21.0
23.5
27.0
31.0
34.0
37.0
40.0
43.0
50.0
56.0
62.0
68.0
All values in mm
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8.3.3 Dimensions and weight of the LMX1L-S27 linear motor axis
without cover
Stroke
[mm]
152
280
408
536
664
792
920
1176
1432
1688
1944
2200
Overall length L
[mm]
578
706
834
962
1090
1218
1346
1602
1858
2114
2370
2626
Weight
[kg]
27.0
30.0
33.5
37.0
40.0
43.5
46.5
52.0
58.0
64.0
70.0
76.0
All values in mm
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8.3.4 Dimensions and weight of the LMX1L-S37 and LMX1L-S37L linear
motor axes without cover
Stroke
[mm]
152
280
408
536
664
792
920
1176
1432
1688
1944
2200
Overall length L
[mm]
578
706
834
962
1090
1218
1346
1602
1858
2114
2370
2626
Weight
[kg]
33.0
36.0
40.0
43.0
47.0
50.0
54.0
62.0
70.0
78.0
86.0
94.0
All values in mm
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8.3.5 Dimensions and weight of the LMX1L-S47 and LMX1L-S47L linear
motor axes without cover
Stroke
[mm]
152
280
408
536
664
792
920
1176
1432
1688
1944
2200
Overall length L
[mm]
578
706
834
962
1090
1218
1346
1602
1858
2114
2370
2626
Weight
[kg]
38.0
41.0
46.0
50.0
55.0
58.0
63.0
71.0
80.0
88.0
96.0
105.0
All values in mm
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8.3.6 Dimensions and weight of the LMX1L-S57 and LMX1L-S57L linear
motor axes without cover
Stroke
[mm]
152
280
408
536
664
792
920
1176
1432
1688
1944
2200
Overall length L
[mm]
578
706
834
962
1090
1218
1346
1602
1858
2114
2370
2626
Weight
[kg]
47.0
51.0
57.0
63.0
69.0
73.0
80.0
90.0
100.0
110.0
120.0
130.0
All values in mm
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8.3.7 Dimensions and weight of the LMX1L-S67 and LMX1L-S67L linear
motor axes without cover
Stroke
[mm]
152
280
408
536
664
792
920
1176
1432
1688
1944
2200
Overall length L
[mm]
578
706
834
962
1090
1218
1346
1602
1858
2114
2370
2626
Weight
[kg]
46.0
51.0
57.0
62.0
67.0
73.0
78.0
89.0
100.0
111.0
129.0
140.0
All values in mm
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8.3.8 Dimensions and weight of the LMX1L-S23 linear motor axis with cover
Stroke
[mm]
Overall length L 1
[mm]
104
450
232
578
360
706
488
834
616
962
744
1090
872
1218
1000
1346
1256
1602
1512
1858
1768
2114
2024
2370
L1 = overall length with metal cover
L2 = overall length with bellows cover
h = H - 90
Overall length
L2
[mm]
421
621
821
1021
1222
1421
1621
1821
2221
2622
3021
3421
H
[mm]
Weight
[kg]
102
102
102
102
102
102
102
102
111
111
111
111
23.0
26.0
29.5
34.0
37.0
40.0
43.5
46.5
54.0
60.5
67.0
74.0
All values in mm
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8.3.9 Dimensions and weight of the LMX1L-S27 linear motor axis with cover
Stroke
[mm]
Overall length L 1
[mm]
152
578
280
706
408
834
536
962
664
1090
792
1218
920
1346
1176
1602
1432
1858
1688
2114
1944
2370
2200
2626
L1 = overall length with metal cover
L2 = overall length with bellows cover
h = H - 90
Overall length
L2
[mm]
576
775
976
1176
1376
1576
1776
2177
2576
2976
3376
3776
H
[mm]
Weight
[kg]
102
102
102
102
102
102
102
111
111
111
111
111
29.5
32.5
36.0
40.0
43.0
47.0
50.0
56.0
62.5
69.0
75.5
82.0
All values in mm
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8.3.10 Dimensions and weight of the LMX1L-S37 and LMX1L-S37L linear
motor axes with cover
Stroke
[mm]
Overall length L 1
[mm]
152
578
280
706
408
834
536
962
664
1090
792
1218
920
1346
1176
1602
1432
1858
1688
2114
1944
2370
2200
2626
L1 = overall length with metal cover
L2 = overall length with bellows cover
h = H - 95
Overall length
L2
[mm]
576
775
976
1176
1376
1576
1776
2177
2576
2976
3376
3776
H
[mm]
Weight
[kg]
107
107
107
107
107
107
107
116
116
116
116
116
36.0
40.0
44.0
47.0
51.0
55.0
59.0
68.0
76.0
85.0
94.0
103.0
All values in mm
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8.3.11 Dimensions and weight of the LMX1L-S47 and LMX1L-S47L linear
motor axes with cover
Stroke
[mm]
Overall length L 1
[mm]
152
578
280
706
408
834
536
962
664
1090
792
1218
920
1346
1176
1602
1432
1858
1688
2114
1944
2370
2200
2626
L1 = overall length with metal cover
L2 = overall length with bellows cover
h = H - 95
Overall length
L2
[mm]
576
775
976
1176
1376
1576
1776
2177
2576
2976
3376
3776
H
[mm]
Weight
[kg]
107
107
107
107
107
108
107
116
116
116
116
116
42.0
45.0
50.0
55.0
60.0
63.0
69.0
78.0
87.0
96.0
105.0
114.0
All values in mm
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8.3.12 Dimensions and weight of the LMX1L-S57 and LMX1L-S57L linear
motor axes with cover
Stroke
[mm]
Overall length L 1
[mm]
152
578
280
706
408
834
536
962
664
1090
792
1218
920
1346
1176
1602
1432
1858
1688
2114
1944
2370
2200
2626
L1 = overall length with metal cover
L2 = overall length with bellows cover
h = H - 100
Overall length
L2
[mm]
576
775
976
1176
1376
1576
1776
2177
2576
2976
3376
3776
H
[mm]
Weight
[kg]
112
112
112
112
112
112
112
121
121
121
121
121
48.5
53.0
59.0
65.5
72.0
76.0
83.5
94.0
104.0
114.0
125.0
135.5
All values in mm
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8.3.13 Dimensions and weight of the LMX1L-S67 and LMX1L-S67L linear
motor axes with cover
Stroke
[mm]
Overall length L 1
[mm]
152
578
280
706
408
834
536
962
664
1090
792
1218
920
1346
1176
1602
1432
1858
1688
2114
1944
2370
2200
2626
L1 = overall length with metal cover
L2 = overall length with bellows cover
h = H - 100
Overall length
L2
[mm]
576
775
976
1176
1376
1576
1776
2177
2576
2976
3376
3776
H
[mm]
Weight
[kg]
112
112
112
112
112
112
112
121
121
121
121
121
50.0
55.0
62.0
67.0
73.0
79.0
85.0
96.0
108.0
119.0
130.0
141.0
All values in mm
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8.4 Technical data for LMX1L-T
8.4.1 Parameters for LMX1L-T
*Dimensions
Designation
(Order code)
xxxx = stroke
LMX1L-T37-1xxxx-A1A0
LMX1L-T37L1-xxxx-A1A0
LMX1L-T37D1-xxxx-A1A0
LMX1L-T37LD1-xxxx-A1A0
Motor
type
Fc
[N]
Fp
[N]
LMT 37
950
LMT 37L
C and D are customer-specific
Travel block
vmax
[m/s]
amax
[m/s2]
Dimension A
[mm]
Dimension B
[mm]
Mass
[kg]
Length
[mm]
2500
25
300
2*
50
297
223
950
2500
25
300
4
50
297
223
LMT 37D
1900
5000
50
600
2*
50
297
223
LMT
37LD
1900
5000
50
600
4
50
297
223
Notes: Fc = continuous force, 100% duty cycle (DD) at 80 °C coil temperature, Fp = peak force (1 s)
* Limited by counter-EMF of the motor coil
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8.4.2 Dimensions and weight of the
LMX1L-T37 and LMX1L-T37L linear motor axes with cover
Stroke
[mm]
388
644
900
1156
1412
1668
1924
2180
3160
Overall length L
[mm]
858
1124
1370
1626
1882
2138
2394
2650
3674
Weight
[kg]
120
150
179
208
237
267
297
327
565
All values in mm
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8.4.3 Dimensions and weight of the
LMX1L-T37D and LMX1L-T37LD linear motor axes with cover
Stroke
[mm]
388
644
900
1156
1412
1668
1924
2180
3160
Overall length L
[mm]
1114
1370
1626
1882
2138
2394
2650
2906
3930
Weight
[kg]
175
205
234
263
292
322
352
382
620
All values in mm
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8.5 Technical data for LMV1L
8.5.1 Parameters for LMV1L
Designation
(Order code)
Motor type
Fc
[N]
Fp
[N]
Mass of the
travel block
[kg]
vmax
[m/s]
LMV1L-S13-1-120LMS 13
180
470
6
A100
LMV1L-S13-1-250LMS 13
180
470
8
A100
LMV1L-S23-1-250LMS 23
220
600
10
A100
LMV1L-S23-1-400LMS 23
220
600
12
A100
Notes:
Fc = continuous force, 100% duty cycle (DC) at 80 °C coil temperature
amax
[m/s2]
Stroke
[mm]
1.8
30
120
1.8
30
250
1.8
30
250
1.8
30
400
Fp = peak force (1 s)
8.5.2 Dimensions and weight of the LMV1L linear motor axes
Order code
LMV1L-S13-1-120-A100
LMV1L-S13-1-250-A100
LMV1L-S23-1-250-A100
LMV1L-S23-1-400-A100
Stroke
[mm]
120
250
250
400
Overall length L
[mm]
444
572
572
722
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Weight
[kg]
15
19
26
29
83
All values in mm
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8.6 Parameters for LMH1L-S1 - S2
Designation
Motor type
Fc
Fp
Travel block
vmax
(Order code)
[N]
[N]
[m/s]
xxxx =
Mass
Length
stroke
[kg]
[mm]
[mm]
LMH1LLMS13
180
540
7
256
4
S13-1-xxxxD000
LMH1LS17-1-xxxxLMS17
210
630
10
365
4
D000
LMH1LS17D-1LMS17D
420
1260
20
611
4
xxxx-D000
LMH1LLMS 23
220
600
8
250
4
S23-1-xxxxD000
LMH1LS27-1-xxxxLMS 27
340
900
11
343
4
D000
LMH1LS27D-1LMS 27D
680
1800
22
600
4
xxxx-D000
Notes: Fc = continuous force, 100% duty cycle (DC) at 80 °C coil temperature, Fp = peak force (1 s)
amax
[m/s2]
50
50
50
50
50
50
8.6.1 Dimensions of the LMH1L-S1 linear motor axes
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8.6.2 Dimensions of the LMH1L-S2 linear motor axes
All values in mm
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8.7 Technical data for LMH1L-S4
8.7.1 Parameters for LMH1L-S4
Designation
(Order code)
xxxx = stroke
[mm]
LMH1L-S47L1-xxxx-D000
LMH1L-S47LD1-xxxx-D000
Motor type
Fc
[N]
Fp
[N]
Travel block
Mass
[kg]
Length
[mm]
v max
[m/s]
amax
[m/s2]
LMS 47L
650
1700
14
353
4
50
LMS 47LD
1300
3400
27
673
4
50
8.7.2 Dimensions of the LMH1L-S4 linear motor axes
All values in mm
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8.8 Technical data for the HIWIN-MAGIC and HIWIN-MAGIC-PG
distance measuring systems
8.8.1 Technical data
8.8.2 Dimensions of the HIWIN MAGIC
Figure 8.1 Scale drawing of the HIWIN MAGIC
8.8.3 Dimensions of the HIWIN-MAGIC-PG
Figure 8.2 Scale drawing of the HGH20CA block including the MAGIC-PG housing
Figure 8.2 shows a block of the HGH20CA size. HIWIN MAGIC-PG modules are also available for
the HGH25CA block size. The dimensions are listed in the table below. It is also possible to fit
the encoder to HG20 and HG25 block sizes (long type and flange type, see the "Linear
Guideways" catalog). The overall dimensions then change accordingly.
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Dimensions of the HGH20CA and HGH25CA blocks including the MAGIC-PG housing
Rail type
Length L
Length L1
Width B
Width B1
Height H
Height H1
HGH20CA
116.5
HG25HCA
121
39
37
44
48
43
46.4
30
40
24.4
29.5
Electrical and mechanical properties of the HIWIN MAGIC and HIWIN MAGIC-PG
Type
1 Vpp (analog)
TTL (digital)
Specifications for output signal
sin/cos, 1Vpp
Quadrature signals to RS 422
Resolution
Infinite, signal period 1 mm
1μm
0.01 mm
0.01 mm
Electrical properties
Bidirectional repeatability
accuracy
Reference signal
Periodic index impulse at a distance of 1 mm
Operating voltage
5 V ±5%
5 V ±5%
Power consumption
Typ. 35 mA, max. 70 mA
Typ. 70 mA, max. 120 mA
Max. measurement speed
10 m/s
1 m/s
EMC class
3, to IEC 801
Mechanical properties
Housing material
High-quality aluminum alloy, encoder bottom made of stainless steel
MAGIC sensor head
dimensions
MAGIC-PG sensor head
dimensions
Cable length
L x W x H: 51 mm x 27 mm x 18.5 mm
L x W x H: 39 mm x 43 mm x 24.4 mm (in addition to block)
5m
Min. bending radius of cable
40 mm
40 mm
Protection class
IP67
IP67
Operating temperatures
0°C to +50°C
Weight of MAGIC encoder
80 g
80 g
Weight of MAGIC-PG encoder
80 g
80 g
MAGIC-PG suitable for block
Types HG20 and HG25
Item numbers of the MAGIC-PG encoders:
Output signal
Index
Cable length
Item no.
1 Vpp (HG20)
Multi-index
5m
8-08-0120
TTL (HG20)
Multi-index
5m
8-08-0122
1 Vpp (HG25)
Multi-index
5m
8-08-0118
TTL 1 Vpp (HG25)
Multi-index
5m
8-08-0119
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8.8.4 "Analog sin/cos 1 Vpp" output signal
8.8.4.1 Signal format for sine/cosine 1Vpp output
The MAGIC(-IG-20) sine/cosine 1 Vpp interface is based heavily on the Siemens specification.
The period length of the sine output signal is 1 mm. The period length of the reference signal is
also 1 mm.
Figure 8.4: The electrical signals after the differential input of the downstream electronic
components
B-channel
A-channel
Reference channel
Figure 8.5: Recommended switching of the downstream electronic components with
sine/cosine 1Vpp output
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8.8.5 "Digital TTL" output signal
8.8.5.1 Digital TTL output
•
Signals to the A and B channels phase-shifted by 90° (according to the RS422
specification conforming to DIN 66259)
•
Recommended terminating resistance Z = 120 Ohm
•
Output signals: A, A– and B, B– and Z, Z–
•
Single reference pulse (optional)
•
Definition of a minimum pulse duration (optional)
Figure 8.6: Output signal of digital TTL output
A-channel
B-channel
Reference channel
Figure 8.7: Recommended switching of the downstream electronic components with digital
TTL output
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8.9 Technical data for the magnetic scale
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Accuracy class
± 20 μm per meter
Period
Thickness
(including double-sided adhesive
tape)
Thickness with stainless steel
cover strip (including double-sided
adhesive tape)
Width
1 mm
Maximum length
40 m
Magnetic remanence
> 240 mT
Pole pitch (distance north-south pole)
1 mm
Material (ROHS-compliant)
Elastomer, nitrile and EPDM
Temperature range
0°C...+50°C
Weight
70 g/m
1.70 ± 0.10 mm
1.85 ± 0.15 mm
10.05 ± 0.10 mm
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8.10 Reference and limit switches
An inductive proximity switch is used as the reference switch.
Technical data:
Inductive
Switching distance
2 mm
Correction factor V2A/brass/Al
0.73/0.49/0.39
Installation type
Flush
Switch hysteresis
< 15%
Electrical
Power supply
10...30 VDC
Power input (Ub = 24 V)
< 6 mA
Switching frequency
1500 Hz
Temperature drift
< 10%
Temperature range
-25 to 80 °C
Switch output voltage drop
100 mA
Residual current voltage drop
< 100 A
Short circuit protection
Yes
Reverse polarity protection
Yes
Overload protection
Yes
Mechanical
Housing material
Plastic
Full encapsulation
Yes
Protection mode
IP 67
Connection type
Cable
Cable length
2 m, 4 m
Protective insulation, rated voltage
50 V
1 = switch state indicator
Figure 8.8 Scale drawing of the reference or limit switch
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9 Spare parts, order codes
2
3
Positive counting
Figure 9.1 HIWIN MAGIC assembly
0.2 ±0.1
9.1 MAGIC/MAGIC-PG spare parts list
4
1
Figure 9.2 HIWIN MAGIC-PG assembly
HIWIN MAGIC encoder (1 Vpp)
8-08-0203
Cable length 5 m, open ends
[4]
HIWIN MAGIC (TTL) encoder
8-08-0207
Cable length 5 m, open ends
[4]
HIWIN MAGIC-PG encoder (1 Vpp); including 8-12-0093 screw set
8-08-0211
Cable length 5 m, open ends
[7]
HIWIN MAGIC-PG encoder (TTL); including 8-12-0093 screw set
8-08-0215
Cable length 5 m, open ends
[7]
Magnetic scale
8-08-0028
Including stainless steel protective cover tape,
material sold by the meter
[2+3]
Bored holes from above
Threaded holes from above
[1]
[1]
Profile rail with groove
HGR20RxxxxH-G1
HGR20TxxxxH-G1
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9.2 Spare parts list for linear motor axes
The assembly of all linear motor axes is essentially the same; the spare parts are shown
schematically in the diagram below.
Figure 9.4: Schematic depiction of the spare parts
1 Mounting for towing chain
2 Motor connector coupler
3 Encoder connector coupler
4 Energy chain, towing chain, cable guide
5 Optional: Mounting plates for plate cover
6 Travel block (forcer carrier plate)
7 Cam switches for limit switches and reference switches
8 Forcer (primary part of the linear motor)
9 Profile rail block
10 MAGIC-PG distance measuring system
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Profile rail with magnetic scale of the MAGIC-PG
Standard profile rail
Stator (secondary part of the linear motor)
Stop buffer
Optional: Spacer for plate cover
Profile end plates
Limit and reference switch connectors
Reference switch and limit switch with erecting angle
Locking plate for towing chain
Basic profile
Our products are subject to continuous technical modification and improvement. To avoid
incorrect deliveries or to order parts without item numbers, please always give the details on
the name plate, the serial number of the linear motor axis and the enclosed parts list.
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Item
no.
Designation
Axis type
Order number
6
Travel block
LMX1L-S23
8-11-0144
LMX1L-S27
8-11-0145
LMX1L-S37
8-11-0146
LMX1L-S47
8-11-0147
LMX1L-S57
8-11-0148
7
Cam switch
LMX1L-S67
8-11-0149
LMX1L-T37
8-11-0150
LMX1L-T37D
8-11-0151
LMX1E-CB5
8-11-0152
LMX1E-CB6
8-11-0153
LMX1E-CB8
8-11-0154
LMX1F-CB5
8-11-0155
LMX1F-CB6
8-11-0156
LMX1F-CB8
8-11-0157
LMX1L-S23
8-11-0158
LMX1L-S27
LMX1L-S37
LMX1L-S47
LMX1L-S57
LMX1L-S67
LMX1L-T37
LMX1L-T37D
LMX1E-CB5
LMX1E-CB6
LMX1E-CB8
LMX1F-CB5
LMX1F-CB6
LMX1F-CB8
1
Mounting for towing chain
LMX1L-S23
8-11-0159
LMX1L-S27
LMX1L-S37
LMX1L-S47
LMX1L-S57
LMX1L-S67
LMX1L-T37
LMX1L-T37D
LMX1E-CB5
8-11-0160
LMX1E-CB6
LMX1E-CB
LMX1F-CB5
LMX1F-CB6
LMX1F-CB8
20
Basic profile
LMX1L-S23
8-11-0161
LMX1L-S27
LMX1L-S37
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Item
no.
Designation
Axis type
Order number
LMX1L-S47
8-11-0266
LMX1L-S57
8-11-0267
LMX1L-S67
8-11-0268
LMX1L-T37
8-11-0269
LMX1L-T37D
LMX1E-CB5
8-11-0162
LMX1E-CB6
LMX1E-CB8
LMX1F-CB5
LMX1F-CB6
LMX1F-CB8
14
Stop (required with stop buffer)
LMX1L-S23
8-11-0139
LMX1L-S27
8-11-0139
LMX1L-S37
8-11-0139
LMX1L-S47
LMX1L-S57
LMX1L-S67
LMX1L-T37
LMX1L-T37D
LMX1E-CB5
8-11-164
LMX1E-CB6
LMX1E-CB8
LMX1F-CB5
LMX1F-CB6
LMX1F-CB8
16
Profile end plate
LMX1L-S23
8-11-0140
LMX1L-S27
8-11-0140
LMX1L-S37
8-11-0192
LMX1L-S47
LMX1L-S57
LMX1L-S67
LMX1L-S37
LMX1L-S37D
LMX1E-CB5
LMX1E-CB6
LMX1E-CB8
LMX1F-CB5
LMX1F-CB6
LMX1F-CB8
18
Holder for limit switch
connector
LMX1L-S23
8-11-0073
LMX1L-S27
LMX1L-S37
LMX1L-S47
LMX1L-S57
LMX1L-S67
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Item
no.
Designation
Axis type
Order number
LMX1L-T37
LMX1L-T37D
LMX1E-CB5
LMX1E-CB6
LMX1E-CB8
LMX1F-CB5
LMX1F-CB6
LMX1F-CB8
-
Fixing bracket for distance
measuring system sensor
(not MAGIC-PG)
LMX1L-S23
8-11-0167 for Renishaw RGHxx
LMX1L-S27
LMX1L-S37
LMX1L-S47
LMX1L-S57
LMX1L-S67
LMX1L-T37
LMX1L-T37D
LMX1E-CB5
8-11-0168 for Renishaw RGHxx
LMX1E-CB6
LMX1E-CB8
LMX1F-CB5
LMX1F-CB6
LMX1F-CB8
18
Limit switch mounting bracket
(without limit switches)
LMX1L-S23
8-12-0011
LMX1L-S27
LMX1L-S37
LMX1L-S47
LMX1L-S57
LMX1L-S67
LMX1L-T37
LMX1L-T37D
LMX1E-CB5
LMX1E-CB6
LMX1E-CB8
LMX1F-CB5
LMX1F-CB6
LMX1F-CB8
14
Stop buffer
all types
8-13-0008
15
Spacer for
panel cover
LMX1L-S23
8-11-0136
LMX1L-S27
8-11-0137
LMX1L-S37
8-11-0190
LMX1L-S47
LMX1L-S57
LMX1L-S67
LMX1L-T37
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Item
no.
Designation
Axis type
Order number
LMX1L-T37D
LMX1E-CB5
LMX1E-CB6
LMX1E-CB8
LMX1E-CB5
LMX1F-CB6
LMX1F-CB8
5
Mounting plate for
panel cover
LMX1L-S23
8-11-0138
LMX1L-S27
8-11-0138
LMX1L-S37
8-11-0312
LMX1L-S47
LMX1L-S57
LMX1L-S67
LMX1L-T37
LMX1L-T37D
LMX1E-CB5
8-11-0165
LMX1E-CB6
LMX1E-CB8
LMX1F-CB5
LMX1F-CB6
LMX1F-CB8
LMX1E-CB6
LMX1E-CB8
LMX1F-CB5
LMX1F-CB6
LMX1F-CB8
8
Forcer
LMX1L-S23
LMS23
LMX1L-S27
LMS27
LMX1L-S37
LMS37
LMX1L-S37L
LMS37L
LMX1L-S47
LMS47
LMX1L-S47L
LMS47L
LMX1L-S57
LMS57
LMX1L-S57L
LMS57L
LMX1L-S67
LMS67
LMX1L-S67L
LMS67L
LMX1L-T37
LMT37
LMX1L-T37D
2 x LMT37
LMX1E-CB5
LMCB5
LMX1E-CB6
LMCB6
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Item
no.
9
Designation
Block (linear guideway)
Axis type
Order number
LMX1E-CB8
LMCB8
LMX1F-CB5
LMCB5
LMX1F-CB6
LMCB6
LMX1F-CB8
LMCB8
LMX1L-S23
HGH20CAZ0P
LMX1L-S27
LMX1L-S37
HGH20HAZ0P
LMX1L-S37L
LMX1L-S47
LMX1L-S47L
LMX1L-S57
LMX1L-S57L
LMX1L-S67
LMX1L-T37
LMX1L-T37D
LMX1E-CB5
HGH15CAZ0P
LMX1E-CB6
LMX1E-CB8
LMX1F-CB5
MG series
LMX1F-CB6
LMX1F-CB8
12
Standard profile rail
LMX1L-S23
HGR20RxxxP
LMX1L-S27
LMX1L-S37
LMX1L-S37L
LMX1L-S47
LMX1L-S57L
LMX1L-S67
LMX1L-S67L
LMX1L-T37
LMX1L-T37D
LMX1E-CB5
HGR15RxxxP
LMX1E-CB6
LMX1E-CB8
LMX1F-CB5
MG series
LMX1F-CB6
LMX1F-CB8
2
Motor coupler (with central
fastening)
LMX1L-S23
LMX1L-S27
8-10-0087 M23 8-pin
8-10-0091 T-coupler M23 8-pin (for "D" types)
LMX1L-S37
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Item
no.
Designation
Axis type
Order number
LMX1L-S37L
LMX1L-S47
LMX1L-S57L
LMX1L-S67
LMX1L-S67L
LMX1L-T37
LMX1L-T37D
LMX1E-CB5
LMX1E-CB6
LMX1E-CB8
LMX1F-CB5
LMX1F-CB6
LMX1F-CB8
3
Encoder coupler (with central
fastening)
LMX1L-S23
8-10-0089 M17 17-pin
LMX1L-S27
LMX1L-S37
LMX1L-S37L
LMX1L-S47
LMX1L-S57L
LMX1L-S67
LMX1L-S67L
LMX1L-T37
LMX1L-T37D
LMX1E-CB5
LMX1E-CB6
LMX1E-CB8
LMX1F-CB5
LMX1F-CB6
LMX1F-CB8
1
Mounting for energy chain
Customer-specific
See parts list
18
Reference switch
For all axes
8-14-0003 (cable length 4 m)
13
Stators
LMX1L-S23
LMX1L-S27
LMS2S1 192 mm
LMS2S2 256 mm
LMS2S3 320 mm
LMS2S4 387 mm
LMS2S5 448 mm
LMS2S6 512 mm
Stators
LMX1L-S37
LMX1L-S37L
LMS3S1 192 mm
LMS3S2 256 mm
LMS3S3 320 mm
LMS3S4 387 mm
LMS3S5 448 mm
LMS3S6 512 mm
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Item
no.
Designation
Axis type
Order number
13
Stators
LMX1L-S47
LMX1L-S47L
LMS4S1 192 mm
LMS4S2 256 mm
LMS4S3 320 mm
LMS4S4 387 mm
LMS4S5 448 mm
LMS4S6 512 mm
Stators
LMX1L-S57
LMX1L-S57L
LMS5S1 192 mm
LMS5S2 256 mm
LMS5S3 320 mm
LMS5S4 387 mm
LMS5S5 448 mm
LMS5S6 512 mm
Stators
LMX1L-S67
LMX1L-S67L
LMS6S1 192 mm
LMS6S2 256 mm
LMS6S3 320 mm
LMS6S4 387 mm
LMS6S5 448 mm
LMS6S6 512 mm
Stators
LMX1L-T37
LMX1L-T37D
LMS3S1C 192 mm screwed from the back
LMS6S3C 320 mm screwed from the back
Energy chain
All axes
See parts list
4
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9.3 Order codes for pneumatic packages
Pneumatic package LMV1L-S13 stroke 120 mm – LMX1E-CBX stroke 112 to 144 mm
Item
8-16-0006
8-16-0009
8-16-0032
8-16-0019
8-16-0022
8-16-0023
8-16-0039
8-16-0044
8-16-0010
8-16-0041
8-16-0011
8-16-0042
8-11-0394/5
8-16-0043
8-11-0398
Description
Standard cylinder DSNU-25-150-PPV-KP
Self-aligning rod coupler FK-M10x1.25
Quick-action vent valve SEU-1/8
Pressure regulating valve MS4-LR-1/4-D6-AS
Solenoid valve MHE3-M1H-3/2G-1/8
Socket cable KMYZ-3-24-M8-0.5-LED-PUR
Mounting plate for pneumatic valve B=53
Clip ∅25 mm
Silencer U-1/8
T-piece QST-6
L-screw connection QSL-1/8-6
L-screw connection QSL-1/4-6
L-angle
Double nipple ESK-1/8-1/8
Mounting for self-aligning rod coupler
Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
3
1
1
2
1
Pneumatic package LMV1L-S13/S23 stroke 250 mm – LMX1E-CBX stroke 240 to 272 mm
Item
8-16-0007
8-16-0009
8-16-0032
8-16-0019
8-16-0022
8-16-0023
8-16-0039
8-16-0044
8-16-0010
8-16-0041
8-16-0011
8-16-0042
8-11-0394/5
8-16-0043
8-11-0398
Description
Standard cylinder DSNU-25-300-PPV-KP
Self-aligning rod coupler FK-M10x1.25
Quick-action vent valve SEU-1/8
Pressure regulating valve MS4-LR-1/4-D6-AS
Solenoid valve MHE3-M1H-3/2G-1/8
Socket cable KMYZ-3-24-M8-0.5-LED-PUR
Mounting plate for pneumatic valve B=53
Clip ∅25 mm
Silencer U-1/8
T-piece QST-6
L-screw connection QSL-1/8-6
L-screw connection QSL-1/4-6
L-angle
Double nipple ESK-1/8-1/8
Mounting for self-aligning rod coupler
Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
3
1
1
2
1
Pneumatic package LMV1L-S23 stroke 400 mm – LMX1E-CBX stroke 304 to 432 mm
Item
8-16-0008
8-16-0009
8-16-0032
8-16-0019
8-16-0022
8-16-0023
8-16-0039
8-16-0044
8-16-0010
8-16-0041
8-16-0011
8-16-0042
Description
Standard cylinder DSNU-25-450-PPV-KP
Self-aligning rod coupler FK-M10x1.25
Quick-action vent valve SEU-1/8
Pressure regulating valve MS4-LR-1/4-D6-AS
Solenoid valve MHE3-M1H-3/2G-1/8
Socket cable KMYZ-3-24-M8-0.5-LED-PUR
Mounting plate for pneumatic valve B=53
Clip ∅25 mm
Silencer U-1/8
T-piece QST-6
L-screw connection QSL-1/8-6
L-screw connection QSL-1/4-6
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Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
3
1
103
8-11-0394/5
8-16-0043
8-11-0398
L-angle
Double nipple ESK-1/8-1/8
Mounting for self-aligning rod coupler
1
2
1
Pneumatic package LMX1L-S23 stroke 104 mm
Item
8-16-0014
8-16-0015
8-16-0018
8-16-0019
8-16-0022
8-16-0023
8-16-0040
8-16-0045
8-16-0010
8-16-0041
8-16-0011
8-16-0042
8-11-0396
8-16-0043
8-16-0046
8-16-0017
8-11-0397
Description
Standard cylinder DSNU-40-150-P-KP
Self-aligning rod coupler FK-M12x1.25
Quick-action vent valve SEU-1/4
Pressure regulating valve MS4-LR-1/4-D6-AS
Solenoid valve MHE3-M1H-3/2G-1/8
Socket cable KMYZ-3-24-M8-0.5-LED-PUR
Mounting plate for pneumatic valve B=70
Clip ∅43 mm
Silencer U-1/8
T-piece QST-6
L-screw connection QSL-1/8-6
L-screw connection QSL-1/4-6
L-angle
Double nipple ESK-1/8-1/8
Reducer D-1/8 I-1/4 A
Double nipple ESK-1/4-1/4
Mounting for self-aligning rod coupler
Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
3
1
1
1
1
2
1
Pneumatic package LMX1L-S23 stroke 232 mm
Item
Description
8-16-0014
Standard cylinder DSNU-40-250-P-KP
8-16-0015
Self-aligning rod coupler FK-M12x1.25
8-16-0018
Quick-action vent valve SEU-1/4
8-16-0019
Pressure regulating valve MS4-LR-1/4-D6-AS
8-16-0022
Solenoid valve MHE3-M1H-3/2G-1/8
8-16-0023
Socket cable KMYZ-3-24-M8-0.5-LED-PUR
8-16-0040
Mounting plate for pneumatic valve B=70
8-16-0045
Clip ∅43 mm
8-16-0010
Silencer U-1/8
8-16-0041
T-piece QST-6
8-16-0011
L-screw connection QSL-1/8-6
8-16-0042
L-screw connection QSL-1/4-6
8-11-0396
L-angle
8-16-0043
Double nipple ESK-1/8-1/8
8-16-0046
Reducer D-1/8 I-1/4 A
8-16-0017
Double nipple ESK-1/4-1/4
8-11-0397
Mounting for self-aligning rod coupler
Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
3
1
1
1
1
2
1
Pneumatic package LMX1L-S23 stroke 360 mm
Item
Description
8-16-0014
Standard cylinder DSNU-40-400-P-KP
8-16-0015
Self-aligning rod coupler FK-M12x1.25
8-16-0018
Quick-action vent valve SEU-1/4
8-16-0019
Pressure regulating valve MS4-LR-1/4-D6-AS
8-16-0022
Solenoid valve MHE3-M1H-3/2G-1/8
8-16-0023
Socket cable KMYZ-3-24-M8-0.5-LED-PUR
8-16-0040
Mounting plate for pneumatic valve B=70
8-16-0045
Clip ∅43 mm
8-16-0010
Silencer U-1/8
Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
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8-16-0041
8-16-0011
8-16-0042
8-11-0396
8-16-0043
8-16-0046
8-16-0017
8-11-0397
T-piece QST-6
L-screw connection QSL-1/8-6
L-screw connection QSL-1/4-6
L-angle
Double nipple ESK-1/8-1/8
Reducer D-1/8 I-1/4 A
Double nipple ESK-1/4-1/4
Mounting for self-aligning rod coupler
1
3
1
1
1
1
2
1
Pneumatic package LMX1L-Sx7 stroke 152 mm
Item
Description
8-16-0014
Standard cylinder DSNU-40-180-P-KP
8-16-0015
Self-aligning rod coupler FK-M12x1.25
8-16-0018
Quick-action vent valve SEU-1/4
8-16-0019
Pressure regulating valve MS4-LR-1/4-D6-AS
8-16-0022
Solenoid valve MHE3-M1H-3/2G-1/8
8-16-0023
Socket cable KMYZ-3-24-M8-0.5-LED-PUR
8-16-0040
Mounting plate for pneumatic valve B=70
8-16-0045
Clip ∅43 mm
8-16-0010
Silencer U-1/8
8-16-0041
T-piece QST-6
8-16-0011
L-screw connection QSL-1/8-6
8-16-0042
L-screw connection QSL-1/4-6
8-11-0396
L-angle
8-16-0043
Double nipple ESK-1/8-1/8
8-16-0046
Reducer D-1/8 I-1/4 A
8-16-0017
Double nipple ESK-1/4-1/4
8-11-0397
Mounting for self-aligning rod coupler
Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
3
1
1
1
1
2
1
Pneumatic package LMX1L-Sx7 stroke 280 mm
Item
Description
8-16-0014
Standard cylinder DSNU-40-300-P-KP
8-16-0015
Self-aligning rod coupler FK-M12x1.25
8-16-0018
Quick-action vent valve SEU-1/4
8-16-0019
Pressure regulating valve MS4-LR-1/4-D6-AS
8-16-0022
Solenoid valve MHE3-M1H-3/2G-1/8
8-16-0023
Socket cable KMYZ-3-24-M8-0.5-LED-PUR
8-16-0040
Mounting plate for pneumatic valve B=70
8-16-0045
Clip ∅43 mm
8-16-0010
Silencer U-1/8
8-16-0041
T-piece QST-6
8-16-0011
L-screw connection QSL-1/8-6
8-16-0042
L-screw connection QSL-1/4-6
8-11-0396
L-angle
8-16-0043
Double nipple ESK-1/8-1/8
8-16-0046
Reducer D-1/8 I-1/4 A
8-16-0017
Double nipple ESK-1/4-1/4
8-11-0397
Mounting for self-aligning rod coupler
Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
3
1
1
1
1
2
1
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Pneumatic package LMX1L-Sx7 stroke 408 mm
Item
Description
8-16-0014
Standard cylinder DSNU-40-430-P-KP
8-16-0015
Self-aligning rod coupler FK-M12x1.25
8-16-0018
Quick-action vent valve SEU-1/4
8-16-0019
Pressure regulating valve MS4-LR-1/4-D6-AS
8-16-0022
Solenoid valve MHE3-M1H-3/2G-1/8
8-16-0023
Socket cable KMYZ-3-24-M8-0.5-LED-PUR
8-16-0040
Mounting plate for pneumatic valve B=70
8-16-0045
Clip ∅43 mm
8-16-0010
Silencer U-1/8
8-16-0041
T-piece QST-6
8-16-0011
L-screw connection QSL-1/8-6
8-16-0042
L-screw connection QSL-1/4-6
8-11-0396
L-angle
8-16-0043
Double nipple ESK-1/8-1/8
8-16-0046
Reducer D-1/8 I-1/4 A
8-16-0017
Double nipple ESK-1/4-1/4
8-11-0397
Mounting for self-aligning rod coupler
Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
3
1
1
1
1
2
1
9.4 Order numbers for strip lubrication
Strip lubrication for LMH1L linear motor axes
Item
Description
8-12-0112
Lubrication connector strip, 4-way
8-12-0125
Central lubrication hose, 2.5x4
8-12-0127
Plug-in screw connection, straight, 4-M6x0.75
8-12-0128
Plug-in screw connection, angled 4-M6x0.75
34310003
Lubricating nipple, M6x0.75Px6.5Lx0deg
Quantity
1
4
4
4
4
9.5 Cables
Motor cable type 2 - M23 8-pin - LMX1L-S / LMX1L-T / LMV1L
Number
Cable
MAT
Length in m
8-10-0069 CF27.15.10.02.01.D
MAT9048433.B
3
8-10-0070 CF27.15.10.02.01.D
MAT9048433.B
5
8-10-0071 CF27.15.10.02.01.D
MAT9048433.B
8
8-10-0072 CF27.15.10.02.01.D
MAT9048433.B
10
8-10-0073 CF27.15.10.02.01.D
MAT9048433.B
12
8-10-0074 CF27.15.10.02.01.D
MAT9048433.B
15
8-10-0197 CF27.15.10.02.01.D
MAT9048433.B
19
8-10-0252 CF27.15.10.02.01.D
MAT9048433.B
20
8-10-0211 CF27.15.10.02.01.D
MAT9048433.B
30
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Motor cable type 5 - M17 - 7-pin
Number
Cable
8-10-0258
CF10.07.07
8-10-0259
CF10.07.07
8-10-0260
CF10.07.07
8-10-0261
CF10.07.07
8-10-0262
CF10.07.07
8-10-0263
CF10.07.07
- LMX1E
MAT
MAT90416522
MAT90416522
MAT90416522
MAT90416522
MAT90416522
MAT90416522
Length in m
3
5
8
10
12
15
Encoder cable, Lust, new with UL - M17 - 17-pin
Number
Cable
MAT
8-10-0075
CF211.002
MAT9048434
8-10-0076
CF211.002
MAT9048434
8-10-0077
CF211.002
MAT9048434
8-10-0078
CF211.002
MAT9048434
8-10-0079
CF211.002
MAT9048434
8-10-0080
CF211.002
MAT9048434
8-10-0094
CF211.002
MAT9048434
Length in m
3
5
8
10
12
15
18
Encoder cable, CT, new with UL - M17 - 17-pin
Number
Cable
MAT
8-10-0081
CF211.002
MAT9048435
8-10-0082
CF211.002
MAT9048435
8-10-0083
CF211.002
MAT9048435
8-10-0084
CF211.002
MAT9048435
8-10-0085
CF211.002
MAT9048435
8-10-0086
CF211.002
MAT9048435
8-10-0095
CF211.002
MAT9048435
8-10-0210
CF211.002
MAT9048435
Length in m
3
5
8
10
12
15
18
30
Encoder cable, B&R, new with UL - M17 - 17-pin
Number
Cable
MAT
8-10-0153
CF211.002
MAT9049923
8-10-0154
CF211.002
MAT9049923
8-10-0155
CF211.002
MAT9049923
8-10-0156
CF211.002
MAT9049923
8-10-0157
CF211.002
MAT9049923
8-10-0158
CF211.002
MAT9049923
8-10-0159
CF211.002
MAT9049923
Length in m
3
5
8
10
12
15
18
Encoder cable, Copley, new with UL - M17 - 17-pin
Number
Cable
MAT
8-10-0122
CF211.002
MAT9049166
8-10-0123
CF211.002
MAT9049166
8-10-0124
CF211.002
MAT9049166
8-10-0125
CF211.002
MAT9049166
8-10-0126
CF211.002
MAT9049166
8-10-0127
CF211.002
MAT9049166
8-10-0128
CF211.002
MAT9049166
Length in m
3
5
8
10
12
15
18
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Encoder cable, Servostar CD, new with UL - M17 - 17-pin
Number
Cable
MAT
Length in m
8-10-0160
CF211.002
MAT90410190
3
8-10-0161
CF211.002
MAT90410190
5
8-10-0162
CF211.002
MAT90410190
8
8-10-0163
CF211.002
MAT90410190
10
8-10-0164
CF211.002
MAT90410190
12
8-10-0165
CF211.002
MAT90410190
15
Encoder cable, Servostar 600 Danaher and AS2000 Beckhoff, new with UL - M17 - 17-pin
Number
Cable
MAT
Length in m
8-10-0189
CF211.002
MAT90410846
3
8-10-0190
CF211.002
MAT90410846
5
8-10-0191
CF211.002
MAT90410846
8
8-10-0192
CF211.002
MAT90410846
10
8-10-0193
CF211.002
MAT90410846
12
8-10-0194
CF211.002
MAT90410846
15
Encoder cable, new with UL with open ends - M17 - 17-pin
Number
Cable
MAT
Length in m
8-10-0115
CF211.002
MAT9049165.A
3
8-10-0116
CF211.002
MAT9049165.A
5
8-10-0117
CF211.002
MAT9049165.A
8
8-10-0118
CF211.002
MAT9049165.A
10
8-10-0119
CF211.002
MAT9049165.A
12
8-10-0120
CF211.002
MAT9049165.A
15
8-10-0121
CF211.002
MAT9049165.A
18
8-10-0198
CF211.002
MAT9049165.A
19
Encoder cable, Sinamics S120 (SIEMENS), new with UL - M17 - 17-pin
Number
Cable
MAT
Length in m
8-10-0201
CF211.002
MAT90411719
3
8-10-0202
CF211.002
MAT90411719
5
8-10-0203
CF211.002
MAT90411719
8
8-10-0204
CF211.002
MAT90411719
10
8-10-0205
CF211.002
MAT90411719
12
8-10-0206
CF211.002
MAT90411719
15
8-10-0242
CF211.003
MAT90411719
18
8-10-0243
CF211.003
MAT90411719
20
8-10-0244
CF211.003
MAT90411719
25
Limit switch cable
Number
Cable
8-10-0026
CF240.01.14
8-10-0027
CF240.01.14
8-10-0028
CF240.01.14
8-10-0029
CF240.01.14
8-10-0030
CF240.01.14
8-10-0042
CF240.01.14
8-10-0199
CF240.01.14
8-10-0213
CF240.01.14
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MAT9047514.B
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MAT9047514.B
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8
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19
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10 What to do in the event of a problem
Problem
Possible cause
Motor will not start
Supply lines interrupted
On restart, the drive
amplifier reports a
commutation problem
Remedy
Check connections, connector contacts
may be pressed in. Correct if necessary.
The connectors have a seal, which
means that a certain amount of screw
resistance needs to be overcome.
Fuse has been triggered by the Check motor protection equipment for
motor protection equipment
the correct setting. Correct if necessary.
Motor phases connected
incorrectly
Encoder counting direction
incorrect
Travel block is too close to the
limit switch/end stop
Forcer blocked,
clamping element blocked
Check the direction of rotation
Swap over SIN and COS wire pair in the
encoder connector
Disconnect all power to the axis and
move the travel block by hand to the
center of the axis.
Check forcer manually for free movement,
readjust vertical weight balancing,
open clamp
Vertical installation,
no symmetrical power
relationships
Additional travel resistance,
Change parameterization in the amplifier
e.g. brush curtain, sealing lip,
no parameter modification
Axis "races" on restart
Faulty commutation
See commutation problem above
Check commutation parameterization in
the drive, activate speed monitoring
Axis "races" in
positioning mode
Motor is humming and
has a high power input
Problem
EMC fault for encoder signal
Check shielding of the connectors and
cables
Programming error in the
position transfer,
impermissible acceleration
demanded
Clamping element blocked
Activate safety settings in drive amplifier,
such as speed monitoring, permitted
drag errors, etc.
Possible cause
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Check air pressure supply and/or power
supply of the brake
Remedy
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Problem
Possible cause
Remedy
Motor is heating up
too much (measure
temperature)
Nominal power exceeded due Adjust load cycle to suit the motor's
to excessively long duty cycle nominal power
Insufficient cooling
Correct cooling air supply or clear
cooling air paths,
retrofit third-party fans if necessary
Travel block moves with
Check lubrication of the guides,
difficulty
foreign materials in the travel range?
Ambient temperature too high Note permissible temperature range
Load cycle has been changed
Calculate load cycle (or outsource this)
and adjust accordingly
Motor commutation of the drive Adjust commutation parameters of the
amplifier is not working correctly drive amplifier
Running noise on the
Relubrication required or
Lubricate or consult HIWIN customer
forcer
bearing damage
service
After the reference run The cam switch is positioned at Move the cam switch by approx. 0.5 mm
there is an offset of 1 mm the exact midpoint between
two index pulses of the MAGICPG
The axis generates
EMC errors in the encoder
It is essential that sensor cables with
clicking noises when
signal
separately shielded SIN and COS signal
under control
pairs are used
Faulty commutation
Optimize commutation parameterization.
Forcer is running jerkily EMC error in the encoder
Position the motor cable shielding and/or
and there are running
signal, encoder cable
sensor cable flat against the grounding
noises that are not coming connector connection faulty, clamp of the amplifier, check pin in the
from the profile rails
pin bent in the connector
connector
Positional discrepancies
Use mains filter for voltage stabilization
after several hours of
operation
Fit ferrous cores to the motor cable
Ground the forcer and/or stators
separately
(particularly important with granite
carriers)
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11 Declaration of incorporation
Manufacturer:
HIWIN GmbH
Brücklesbünd 2
D-77654 Offenburg
Tel.: +49 (0)781 932 78 0
Responsible for the documentation:
Werner Mäurer
Brücklesbünd 2
D-77654 Offenburg
Product designation:
Year of manufacture: from 2010
LMX…, LMV…, LMH…, LMG…
The manufacturer hereby declares that this machinery, which is incomplete, meets the
requirements of the Machinery Directive (2006/42/EC).
In addition, the product is also in conformity with the following European directives:
-
Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive (2004/108/EC)
-
Low Voltage Directive (2006/95/EC)
The manufacturer undertakes to send (e.g. electronically) the specific documents relating to
this incomplete machinery to relevant national authorities on request.
The specific technical documentation for the machinery has been produced in accordance with
appendix VII, part B.
This incomplete machinery may not be put into operation until it has been ascertained that the
machinery into which this incomplete machinery is to be incorporated is in conformity with the
Machinery Directive (2006/42/EC).
Offenburg, December 29, 2009
Management
Werner Mäurer
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