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Documentation for installing the following Drives:
-
E1100-CO (-HC, -XC)
E1100-DN (-HC, -XC)
E1100-RS (-HC, -XC)
E1130-DP (-HC, -XC)
E1100-GP (-HC, -XC)
Drive Data Sheet
& Installation Guide
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Installation Guide E1100
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Document version 3.18 / FM,Ro / July 2012
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Table of Content
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTES FOR E1100 DRIVES....................................................4
SYSTEM OVERVIEW.....................................................................................................5
E1100 INTERFACES......................................................................................................6
E1100-GP (-LC/HC/XC).............................................................................................6
E1100-CO/DN/RS (-LC/HC/XC).................................................................................7
E1130-DP (-LC/HC/XC)............................................................................................. 8
FUNCTIONALITY............................................................................................................9
E1130-DP(-HC, -XC) FUNCTIONS AND WIRING.......................................................10
E1100-GP (-HC, -XC) FUNCTIONS AND WIRING......................................................11
E1100-CO (-HC, -XC), -DN (-HC, -XC), -RS (-HC, -XC) FUNCTIONS AND WIRING.12
POWER SUPPLY AND GROUNDING.........................................................................13
DESCRIPTION OF THE CONNECTORS / INTERFACES...........................................14
ERROR CODES............................................................................................................21
PHYSICAL DIMENSION...............................................................................................21
POWER SUPPLY REQUIREMENT..............................................................................22
REGENERATION OF POWER / REGENERATION RESISTOR.................................22
ORDERING INFORMATION.........................................................................................23
INTERNATIONAL CERTIFICATIONS..........................................................................23
SAFETY NOTES FOR THE INSTALLATION ACCORDING TO UL...........................24
DRIVE CLASSIFICATION ACCORDANCE WITH THE NEW.....................................24
MACHINERY DIRECTIVE EN ISO 13849-1.................................................................24
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY CE-MARKING....................................................25
CONTACT ADDRESSES.............................................................................................26
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Important Safety Notes for E1100 Drives
CAUTION!
In order to assure a safe and error free operation, and to avoid severe
damage to system components, all system components must be
directly attached to a single ground bus that is earth or utility
grounded (see chapter Power Supply and Grounding).
Each system component should be tied directly to the ground bus
(star pattern), rather than daisy chaining from component to
component. (LinMot motors are properly grounded through their
power cables when connected to LinMot drives) (see chapter Power
Supply and Grounding).
All connectors must not be connected or disconnected while DC
voltage is present. Do not disconnect system components until all
LinMot drive LEDs have turned off. (Capacitors in the power supply
may not fully discharge for several minutes after input voltage has
been disconnected). Failure to observe these precautions may result
in severe damage to electronic components in LinMot motors and/or
drives.
Do not switch Power Supply DC Voltage. All power supply switching
and E-Stop breaks should be done to the AC supply voltage of the
power supply.
Do not connect or disconnect the motors from drives with voltage
present. Wait to connect or disconnect motors until all LinMot drive's
LEDs have turned off. (Capacitors may not fully discharge for several
minutes after power has been turned off).
Failure to observe these precautions may result in severe damage to
electronic components in LinMot motors and/or drives.
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System Overview
Typical Servo System E1100-XX: Drive, Linear Motor and Power Supply.
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E1100 Interfaces
E1100-GP (-LC/HC/XC)
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E1100-CO/DN/RS (-LC/HC/XC)
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E1130-DP (-LC/HC/XC)
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E1100-RS-HC
E1100-RS-XC
E1100-CO
E1100-CO-HC
E1100-CO-XC
E1100-DN
E1100-DN-HC
E1100-DN-XC
E1130-DP
E1130-DP-HC
E1130-DP-XC
E1100-GP
E1100-GP-HC
E1100-GP-XC
Supply Voltage
Motor Supply 72VDC (24...85VDC)
(30..85VDC for UL)
Logic Supply 24VDC (22...26VDC)
Motor Phase Current
8A peak / 6A rms
15A peak / 9A rms
25A peak / 12A rms
Controllable Motors
LinMot
P01-23x…
P01-37x…
P01-48x…
DC Motors
Brushless DC / EC Motors
Command Interface
Easy Step Application Layer (X4-IOs)
Cmd Tab IO Interface (X6-IOs)
RS232
up to 115.2 kBaud
RS485
up to 115.2 kBaud
CANOpen
up to 1MBaud
DeviceNet
125, 250, 500 kBaud
PROFIBUS DP
up to 12 MBaud
Programmable Command Table
Command Table with up to 255 entries
External Position Sensor
Incremental
RS422 up to 2 MHz
Sin/Cos
1Vpp up to 10 kHz
Synchronisation
Master Encoder In/Out RS422 up to 2 MHz
Configuration
RS232 Configuration
CAN Multi Axes Configuration
E1100-RS
Functionality
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E1130-DP(-HC, -XC) Functions and Wiring
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E1100-CO (-HC, -XC), -DN (-HC, -XC), -RS (-HC, -XC) Functions and Wiring
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Power Supply and Grounding
*Inside of the E1100 drive the PWR motor GND and PWR signal GND is connected together and to the
GND of the drive housing. It is recommended that the PWR motor GND is NOT grounded at another
place than inside of the drive to reduce circular currents.
In order to assure a safe and error free operation, and to avoid severe damage to system
components, all system components* must be well grounded to either a single earth
or utility ground. This includes both LinMot and all other control system components to
the same ground bus.
Each system component* should be tied directly to the ground bus (star pattern), rather
than daisy chaining from component to component. (LinMot motors are properly
grounded through their power cables when connected to LinMot drives.)
Power supply connectors must not be connected or disconnected while DC voltage
is present. Do not disconnect system components until all LinMot drive LEDs have
turned off. (Capacitors in the power supply may not fully discharge for several minutes
after input voltage has been disconnected). Failure to observe these precautions may
result in severe damage to electronic components in LinMot motors and/or drives.
Do not switch Power Supply DC Voltage. All power supply switching and E-Stop
breaks should be done to the AC supply voltage of the power supply. Failure to observe
these precautions may result in severe damage to drive.
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Description of the connectors / Interfaces
X1:
Motor Supply / Regeneration Resistor
For UL applications RR+ and RR- of terminal X1 must not be connected!
Internal Fuse (F300): 16AT (slow blow, Schurter SMD-SPT, 0001.2716.xx, UL File Number: E41599)
The fuse is directly soldered onto the PCB. Replacement is only possible by qualified personnel with
appropriate equipment.
CAUTION: For continued protection against risk of fire, replace only with same type and rating of fuse.
Screw Terminals
External Regeneration Resistor (RR01-10/60, Art. Nr. 0150-3088)
For UL applications RR+ and RR- of terminal X1 must not be connected!
Motor Supply nominal 72VDC (24...85VDC) (for UL 30..85VDC)
Absolute max. Rating 72VDC +20%.
If motor supply voltage is exceeds 90VDC, the drive will go into error state.
- Tightening torque: 0.5Nm (4.5 lb-in)
- Screw thread: M 2,5
- Use 60/75°C copper conductors only
- Conductor cross-section: use only 2.5mm2 (AWG 14)
- Max. length: 4m
X2:
Motor Phases
LinMot Motor:
PH1+ /U
PH1- /V
PH2+ /W
PH2SCRN
Screw Terminals
Motor Phase 1+
Motor Phase 1Motor Phase 2+
Motor Phase 2Shield
3-phase EC-Motor:
red
pink
blue
grey
Motor Phase U
Motor Phase V
Motor Phase W
The motor phases are present at X2 and X3. For any application it is recommended to use X2. It is only
allowed to use X3 for connecting the motor phases if RMS current is below 5A and peak current is below
7.5A.
For UL applications the motor phases must be wired on X2.
Never connect motor phases on X2 and X3!
- Tightening torque: 0.5Nm (4.5 lb-in)
- Screw thread: M 2,5
- Use 60/75°C copper conductors only
- Conductor cross-section max. 2.5mm2 (AWG 14)
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X3:
Motor
LinMot Motor:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
case
Motor Phase 1+
Motor Phase 2+
+5VDC
Sensor Sine
Temp. In
Motor Phase 1Motor Phase 2AGND
Sensor Cosine
Shield
3-phase EC-Motor:
+5VDC (Hall Supply)
Hall 1
Hall 3
AGND (Hall Supply)
Hall 2
For UL applications the motor phases must be wired on X2 and not on X3!
DSUB-9 (f)
Note:
Use +5V (X3.3) and AGND (X3.8) only for motor internal Hall Sensor supply (max. 100mA).
Caution:
Do NOT connect AGND (X3.8) to ground or earth!
It is only allowed to use X3 for connecting the motor phases if RMS current is below 5A and peak current
is below 7.5A.
Motor Wiring for Phase Currents above 5A RMS 7.5A peak (recommended general wiring)
Important:
If motor phase current exceeds 5ARMS or 7.5Apeak, motor phases must be wired to X2.
For UL applications the motor phases have to be wired on X2 and not on X3!
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Motor wiring for Phase Currents below 5A RMS 7.5A peak
Important:
Motor phases may only be connected to X3 if RMS current is below 5A and peak current is below 7.5A.
For UL applications the motor phases have to be wired on X2 and not on X3!
X4: 12pin
Control/Supply (E1130-DP(-HC,-XC), E1100-CO(-HC,-XC), E1100-DN(-HC,-XC), E1100-RS(-HC,-XC))
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Phoenix
MC1,5/12-STF3,5
Input
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
+24VDC
GND
Inputs (X4.3 .. X4.12):
Outputs (X4.4 .. X4.11):
Brake Output (X4.3):
Safety Voltage Enable
X4.11
X4.10
X4.9
X4.8
X4.7
X4.6
X4.5
X4.4
X4.3/Brk
Supply
Supply
Power Stage Enable (HW Enable)
Configurable IO, PTC2 Input
Configurable IO, PTC1 Input
Configurable IO
Configurable IO
Configurable IO
Configurable IO, Trigger Input
Configurable IO
Configurable IO, Analog Input
Configurable IO, Brake Driver 1A
Logic Supply 22-26 VDC
Ground
24V / 5mA (Low Level: –0.5 to 5VDC, High Level: 15 to 30VDC)
24V / max.100mA, Peak 370mA (will shut down if exceeds)
24V / max.1.0A
Input X4.12: SVE (Safety Voltage Enable) must be high for enabling the power stage. If it goes low for
more than 0.5ms the PWM generation of the power stage is disabled by hardware.
Supply 24V / typ. 400mA / max. 2.1A (if all outputs “on” with max. load.)
- Tightening torque: 0.22 - 0.44Nm (2 - 4 lb-in)
- Screw thread: M2
- Use 60/75 °C copper conductors only
- Conductor cross-section: 0.5 - 1.5mm2 (AWG 21 - 14)
Internal Fuse (F2): 3AT (slow blow, Schurter OMT125, 3404.0118.xx, UL File Number: E41599)
The fuse is directly soldered onto the PWB. Replacement is only possible by qualified personnel with
appropriate equipment.
CAUTION: For continued protection against risk of fire, replace only with same type and rating of fuse.
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X4: 11pin
Control / Supply (E1100-GP(-HC, -XC))
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Phoenix
MC1,5/11-STF3,5
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
+24VDC
GND
Inputs (X4.3 .. X4.11):
Outputs (X4.4 .. X4.11):
Brake Output (X4.3):
X4.11
X4.10
X4.9
X4.8
X4.7
X4.6
X4.5
X4.4
X4.3/Brk
Supply
Supply
Configurable IO, PTC2 Input
Configurable IO, PTC1 Input
Configurable IO
Configurable IO
Configurable IO
Configurable IO, Trigger
Configurable IO
Configurable IO, Analog Input
Configurable IO, Brake Driver 1A
Logic Supply 22-26 VDC
Ground
24V / 5mA (Low Level: –0.5 to 5VDC, High Level: 15 to 30VDC)
24V / max.100mA, Peak 370mA (will shut down if exceeds)
24V / max. 1.0A
Supply 24V / typ. 400mA / max. 3.0A (if all outputs “on” with max. load.)
- Tightening torque: 0.22 - 0.44Nm (2 - 4 lb-in)
- Screw thread: M2
- Use 60/75 °C copper conductors only
- Conductor cross-section: 0.5 - 1.5mm2 (AWG 21 - 14)
Internal Fuse (F2): 3AT (slow blow, Schurter OMT125, 3404.0118.xx, UL File Number: E41599)
The fuse is directly soldered onto the PWB. Replacement is only possible by qualified personnel with
appropriate equipment.
CAUTION: For continued protection against risk of fire, replace only with same type and rating of fuse.
LEDs
State Display
Green
Yellow
Yellow
Red
S1, S2:
24V Logic Supply OK
Motor Enabled / Error Code Low Nibble
Warning / Error Code High Nibble
Error
Baud Rate / Address Selectors
S1
Bus ID High / Baud Rate
(0…F)
S2
Bus ID Low
(0…F)
The switches S1 and S2 define the baud rate and MAC ID depending on the interface and
parameter settings. The following description is only valid for default configurations, otherwise
see in the interface specific documentation for more information.
S1: Baud Rate selector for CO, DN and RS interface:
S1 Pos
CO:
DN:
RS:
0:
undefined
undefined
undefined
1:
125 kBit/s
125 kBit/s
4800 Bit/s
2:
250 kBit/s
250 kBit/s
9600 Bit/s
3:
500 kBit/s
500 kBit/s
19200 Bit/s
4:
1 MBit/s
undefined
38400 Bit/s
5:
undefined
undefined
57600 Bit/s
6:
undefined
undefined
115200 Bit/s
7..F:
undefined
undefined
undefined
S2: MACID for CO, DN, RS interface and CANTalk1):
Position value is equal to MACID (e.g. position 7  MACID 0x07h)
In case of Profibus DP the switches S1 and S2 define the node address, whereas S1 is the
high nibble and S2 the low nibble.
NOTE: The baud rate and MACID will only be set if the interface switch S3.4 is set to “on”.
In case of CO or DN interfaces, the OS (operating system) sets up the CAN bus baud rate
according to the interface settings, but only if the interface is activated (S3.4). Otherwise the
baud rate will be set to 500kBaud. The CAN-Talk ID is always taken from both switches S1
and S2.
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S3:
Bus Termination
S3
Switch 4: Interface on/off (All field bus interfaces)
Switch 3: Termination CAN on/off
Switch 2: Termination RS485 on/off
Switch 1: RS232 (switch “off” / RS485 “on”) Select serial RS232 or RS485
Factory setting: all switches “off”
To use field bus functionality the switch S3.4 has to be set to position “on”!
In position “off” the field bus is deactivated.
X5:
COM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
case
DSUB-9 (m)
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RS232:
RS485_Tx+
RS232_Tx
RS232_Rx
RS485_Rx+
GND
RS485_RxRS485_TxCAN_L
CAN_H
Shield
Y
A
B
Z
Configuration on all drives: use 1:1 connection cable to PC with only pins 2, 3 and 5
connected. Use LinMot RS configuration cable (Art.-No. 0150-3307). Cable length < 30m
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X6:
Digital I/O (only available on E1100-GP (-HC, -XC))
DSUB-25 (f)
All Inputs:
Direct interfacing to digital 24VDC PLC outputs.
Input Current:
1mA
Sample Rate:
Low Level:
-30 to 8.5VDC
High Level:
1ms
20.5 to 30VDC
All Outputs:
Short circuit and overload protected high side switches
Voltage:
24VDC
Update Rate
Max. Current:
100mA
Peak Current:
1ms
370mA (will shut down if exceeds)
Outputs may directly drive inductive loads. Do not connect any capacity because of the peak current!
X7 - X8
RS485/CAN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
case
RJ-45
X9:
A
B
Y
Z
Use twisted pair (1-2, 3-6, 4-5, 7-8) cable for wiring.
The built in CAN and RS485 terminations can be activated by S3.2 and S3.3.
X7 is internally connected to X8 (1:1 connection)
Profibus DP (only available on E1130-DP (-HC, -XC))
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
case
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RS485_Rx+
RS485_RxRS485_Tx+
GND
GND
RS485_TxCAN_H
CAN_L
Shield
Not connected
Not connected
RxD/TxD-P
CNTR-P
GND
+5V
Not connected
RxD/TxD-N
Not connected
Shield
(isolated)
(isolated)
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DSUB-9 (f)
X10 / X11
Max. Baud rate:
Master Encoder IN (X10) / Master Encoder OUT (X11)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
case
RJ-45
12Mbaud
Incremental:
Step/Direction:
EIA/TIA 568A colors:
A+
AB+
Z+
ZBCAN_H (GP)
CAN_L (GP)
Shield
Step+
StepDirection+
Zero+
ZeroDirectionCAN_H (GP)
CAN_L (GP)
Shield
Green/White
Green
Orange/White
Blue
Blue/White
Orange
Brown/White
Brown
Use twisted pair (1-2, 3-6, 4-5, 7-8) cable for wiring.
Master Encoder Inputs:
Differential RS422, max. Input Frequency 2MHz, 240ns edge separation
Master Encoder Outputs:
Amplified RS422 differential signals from Master Encoder IN (X10)
CAN internally connected to X7, X8
The CAN signals on X10/X11 are only available on GP drives. With the –DP, -RS, -DN and CO drives use
X7/X8 for connection the CAN bus instead.
All devices, which are connected to X10/X11 must be referenced to the same ground.
X12 :
External Position Sensor
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
case
DSUB-9 (f)
Incremental:
Sin/Cos:
+5V DC
ABZGND
A+
B+
Z+
Enc. Alarm
Shield
+5V DC
SINCOSZEROGND
SIN+
COS+
ZERO+
Enc. Alarm
Shield
Max. Input Frequency:
2MHz (Incremental RS422), 240ns edge separation
10kHz (Analog 1Vpp), 10Bit AD converted
Sensor Supply (max. 100mA)
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Encoder Inputs:
- Incremental:
- Sin/Cos:
RS422
1Vpp
Enc. Alarm In:
5V / 1mA
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Error Codes
Description
ERROR
WARN
EN
OFF
Warning
Operation
Enabled
On
 ~ 2Hz
0..15 x
Error Code
High Nibble
 ~ 2Hz
0..15 x
Error Code
Low Nibble
Error: The Error Code is shown by a blink code with “WARN”
and “EN”. The Error Byte is divided into Low and High Nibble.
”WARN” and “EN” are blinking together. The error can be
acknowledged.
(ex.: WARN blinks 3x, EN blinks 2x; Error Code = 32h
 ~ 2Hz
 ~ 2Hz
0..15 x
Error Code
High Nibble
 ~ 2Hz
0..15 x
Error Code
Low Nibble
Fatal Error: The Error Code is shown by a blink code with
“WARN” and “EN”. The Error Byte is divided into Low and High
Nibble. ”WARN” and “EN” are blinking together. Fatal Errors
can only be acknowledged by a reset or power cycle
(ex.: WARN blinks 3x, EN blinks 2x; Error Code = 32h
 ~ 4Hz
 ~ 2Hz
0..15 x
Error Code
High Nibble
 ~ 2Hz
0..15 x
Error Code
Low Nibble
System Error. Please reinstall firmware or contact support.
 ~ 0.5Hz
 ~ 0.5Hz
On
Normal Operation. Warnings and Operation Enabled are
displayed
Signal Supply 24V too low: The error and warn LEDs blink
alternating if the signal supply +24V (X4.2) is less than 18VDC.
The meaning of the Error Codes can be found in the Usermanual_MotionCtrl_Software_E1100 and the
user manual of the loaded interface software. These documents are provided together with LinMot-Talk
configuration software and can be downloaded from www.linmot.com.
Physical Dimension
E1100 Single axes drive
Width
mm (in)
40 (1.6)
Height
mm (in)
250 (9.9)
Height without fixings
mm (in)
218 (8.6)
Depth
mm (in)
180 (7.1)
Weight
Kg (lb)
1.5 (3.3)
Case
IP
20
Storage Temperature
°C
-25…40
Transport Temperature
°C
-25…70
Operating Temperature
°C
0…40 at rated data (UL)
40…50 with power derating
Relative humidity
95% (non-condensing)
Max. Case Temperature
°C
65
Max. Power Dissipation
W
30
mm (in)
20 (0.8) left/right
50 (2) top/bottom
Distance between Drives
( ) dimensions in inch
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Power Supply Requirement
Motor Power Supply
The calculation of the needed power for the Motor supply is depending on the application and the used
motor. The nominal supply voltage is 72 VDC. The possible range is from 24 to 85VDC, for UL from 30
to 85 VDC.
ATTENTION: The motor supply can rise up to 95 VDC when braking. This means
that everything connected to that power supply needs a voltage rating of 100 VDC.
(Additional capacitors, etc…). Due to high braking voltage and sudden load variations
of linear motor applications, only specially designed power supplies can be used.
Recommended Power supplies:
Item
Description
Art. No.
T01-72/420
72VDC, 15A peak, 420VA, 3x400VAC
0150-1966
T01-72/420-US
72VDC, 15A peak, 420VA, 3x230VAC
0150-1967
T01-72/900
72VDC, 30A peak, 900VA, 3x400VAC
0150-1842
T01-72/900-US
72VDC, 30A peak, 900VA, 3x230VAC
0150-1843
T01-72/1500
72VDC, 2x30A peak, 1500VA, 3x400VAC
0150-1844
T01-72/1500-US
72VDC, 2x30A peak, 1500VA, 3x230VAC
0150-1845
S01-72/1000
72VDC, 27A peak, 1000VA, 3x340-550VAC
0150-1872
S01-72/500
72VDC, 10A peak, 500VA, 1x120/230VAC
0150-1874
Signal Power Supply
The logic supply needs a regulated power supply of a nominal voltage of 24 VDC. The voltage must be
between 22 and 26 VDC.
Current consumption: min. 200mA
(no load on the outputs)
typ. 1.1A
(all 10 outputs “on” with 100mA load and /Break with no load)
max. 2.1A
(all 10 outputs “on” with 100mA load and /Break with 1A load)
Regeneration of Power / Regeneration Resistor
There are two possibilities to deal with power regeneration:
Option A:
Connect an additional capacitor to the motor power supply. It is recommended to use a
capacitor >= 10’000 µF (install capacitor close to the power supply!)
Option B:
Install a Regeneration Resistor to X1 (RR+ and RR-). The threshold value of the
voltage depends on the used motor voltage power supply. The max. threshold value
must not exceed 88 VDC.
For UL applications, use option A.
Item
Description
Capacitor
Capacitor 10’000 µF / 100 V
0150-3075
Regeneration Resistor
RR01-10/60 (10 Ohm, 60 W)
0150-3088
Regeneration Resistor
RR01-10/150 (10 Ohm, 150 W)
0150-3090
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Ordering Information
Drive
Description
Art. No.
E1130-DP
Profibus Servo Drive, 72VDC/8A
0150-1667
E1130-DP-HC
Profibus Servo Drive, 72VDC/15A
0150-1668
E1130-DP-XC
Profibus Servo Drive, 72VDC/25A
0150-1861
E1100-RS
RS232/485 Drive, 72VDC/8A
0150-1677
E1100-RS-HC
RS232/485 Drive, 72VDC/15A
0150-1678
E1100-RS-XC
RS232/485 Drive, 72VDC/25A
0150-1862
E1100-CO
CANopen Drive, 72VDC/8A
0150-1681
E1100-CO-HC
CANopen Drive, 72VDC/15A
0150-1682
E1100-CO-XC
CANopen Drive, 72VDC/25A
0150-1683
E1100-DN
DeviceNet Drive, 72VDC/8A
0150-1679
E1100-DN-HC
DeviceNet Drive, 72VDC/15A
0150-1680
E1100-DN-XC
DeviceNet Drive, 72VDC/25A
0150-1863
E1100-GP
General Purpose, 72VDC/8A
0150-1665
E1100-GP-HC
General Purpose, 72VDC/15A
0150-1666
E1100-GP-XC
General Purpose, 72VDC/25A
0150-1864
International Certifications
Certifications
USA and Canada
Europe
NTI AG, LinMot
All products marked with this symbol are tested and listed by Underwriters
Laboratories and are checked quarterly by an UL inspector. This mark is
valid for the USA and Canada and eases certification of your machines
and systems in these areas. The E1100 series drives are listed under UL
file number E316095.
See chapter “declaration of conformity CE-Marking”.
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Safety notes for the installation according to UL
Markings:
• Use 60/75 °C or 75 °C copper wire only.
• Maximum ambient temperature 40°C.
•
Suitable for use on a circuit capable of delivering not more than 5kA RMS symmetrical amperes, 85VDC
Maximum.
•
The devices are provided with integral overload protection for the motor.
Terminal tightening torque:
•
X1, X2: 0.5Nm (4.5 lb-in), Screw thread: M2.5
•
X4:
0.22 - 0.44Nm (2 - 4 lb-in), Screw thread: M2
Wiring diagram conductor cross-section:
•
•
X1:
2.5mm2 (AWG 14)
X4:
0.5 - 1.5mm2 (AWG 21 – 14)
Ground terminal:
•
Threaded Grounding Bolt: M5 (located on the lower side of the housing). Marked with
Fuse Replacement:
CAUTION: For continued protection against risk of fire, replace only with same type and rating of fuse!
The fuses are directly soldered onto the PWB. Replacement is only possible by qualified personnel with appropriate
equipment.
•
Internal Fuse F2:
3AT (slow blow, Schurter OMT125, 3404.0118.xx, UL File Number: E41599)
•
Internal Fuse F300:
16AT (slow blow, Schurter SMD-SPT, 0001.2716.xx, UL File Number: E41599)
Motor Phase Wiring:
For UL applications the motor phases have to be wired on X2 and not on X3!
Regeneration Resistor:
For UL applications pins RR+ and RR- of terminal X1 must not be connected!
In case of over voltage see chapter “Regeneration of Power / Regeneration Resistor” Option A.
Drive Classification Accordance with the new
Machinery Directive EN ISO 13849-1
The safety function SVE (“Safety Voltage Enable”) on the LinMot drive series E1100 (on X4.12, not present on
GP(-HC, -XC) drives), which is to provide the safe stop, fulfills the following criteria of the new machinery
directive EN ISO 13849-1:
Category
Performance Level
Diagnostic Coverage
Mean time to hazardous failure of one channel
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cat = 3
PL = d
CD = medium
MTTFd = 49.8 Years
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Declaration of Conformity CE-Marking
Manufacturer:
NTI AG
LinMot ®
Haerdlistrasse 15
8957 Spreitenbach
Switzerland
Tel.:
+41 (0)56 419 91 91
Fax:
+41 (0)56 419 91 92
Products:
LinMot ® Drives
Type
Art.-No.
Type
Art-No.
E1130-DP
0150-1667
E1100-DN
0150-1679
E1130-DP-HC
0150-1668
E1100-DN-HC
0150-1680
E1100-GP
0150-1665
E1130-DP-XC
0150-1861
E1100-GP-HC
0150-1666
E1100-CO-XC
0150-1683
E1100-RS
0150-1677
E1100-DN-XC
0150-1863
E1100-RS-HC
0150-1678
E1100-RS-XC
0150-1862
E1100-CO
0150-1681
E1100-GP-XC
0150-1864
E1100-CO-HC
0150-1682
Type
Art.-No.
The product must be mounted and used in strict accordance with the installation instruction contained
within the User’s Manual, a copy of which may be obtained from NTI Ltd.
I declare that as the authorized representative, the above information in relation to the
supply/manufacture of this product is in conformity with the stated standards and other related
documents in compliance with the protection requirements of the Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
Directive 2004/108/EC.
Standards Complied with:
EN 61000-6-2
Compliance
Criteria
Immunity for industrial environment
EN 61000-4-2
B
Electrostatic discharge immunity (ESD)
EN 61000-4-3
A
Radiated electromagnetic field immunity
EN 61000-4-4
B
Fast transients / burst immunity (EFT)
EN 61000-4-5
B
Slow transients immunity (Surges)
EN 61000-4-6
A
Conducted radio frequency immunity
Class
Emission for industrial environment
A
Radiated Emission
EN 61000-6-4
EN 55022
Company
NTI Ltd.
Spreitenbach, October 13, 2010
----------------------------------------------------------R. Rohner / CEO NTI AG
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Contact Addresses
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NTI AG
Haerdlistr. 15
CH-8957 Spreitenbach
Sales and Administration:
+41-(0)56-419 91 91
[email protected]
Tech. Support:
+41-(0)56-544 71 00
[email protected]
Tech. Support (Skype) :
skype:support.linmot
Fax:
Web:
+41-(0)56-419 91 92
www.linmot.com
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------USA
LinMot, Inc.
5750 Townline Road
Elkhorn, WI 53121
Sales and Administration:
877-546-3270
262-743-2555
Tech. Support:
877-804-0718
262-743-1284
Fax:
800-463-8708
262-723-6688
E-Mail:
Web:
[email protected]
www.linmot-usa.com
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