Installation_Guide_E1400

Installation_Guide_E1400
E14x0 V1 Rev. D Servo Drives
Installation Guide
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This document applies to the following drives:
E1400-GP-QN
E1430-DP-QN
E1450-PL-QN
E1450-EC-QN
E1450-SE-QN
E1450-PN-QN
E1450-IP-QN
E1450-SC-QN
E1400 V1 Rev. D Installation Guide
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Table of Content
1 Important Safety Instructions.........................................................................................4
2 System Overview.............................................................................................................6
3 Functionality and Interfaces...........................................................................................7
4 IP Address Selection.......................................................................................................7
5 Power Supply and Grounding........................................................................................8
6 Description of the connectors / Interfaces....................................................................9
6.1 X1-V1 Rev. D..............................................................................................................9
6.2 X30-V1 Rev. D............................................................................................................9
6.3 X2-V1 Rev. D..............................................................................................................9
6.4 X31-X32....................................................................................................................10
6.5 X3-V2........................................................................................................................10
6.6 X4 .............................................................................................................................11
6.7 X7 - X8......................................................................................................................12
6.8 X9..............................................................................................................................12
6.9 X10 - X11..................................................................................................................13
6.10 X13..........................................................................................................................13
6.11 X15 - X16................................................................................................................14
6.12 X17 - X18................................................................................................................14
6.13 X19..........................................................................................................................14
6.14 X20..........................................................................................................................15
6.15 X29..........................................................................................................................15
6.16 S5............................................................................................................................15
6.17 LEDs.......................................................................................................................16
6.18 RT BUS LEDs.........................................................................................................16
6.19 S1 - S2....................................................................................................................16
7 Error Codes....................................................................................................................17
8 Safety Wiring..................................................................................................................18
9 Physical Dimensions.....................................................................................................19
10 Power Supply Requirements......................................................................................20
11 Regeneration of Power / Regeneration Resistor......................................................20
12 Ordering Information...................................................................................................21
13 International Certifications.........................................................................................21
14 Declaration of Conformity CE-Marking......................................................................22
15 Contact Addresses......................................................................................................24
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1 Important Safety Instructions
For your personal safety
Disregarding the following safety measures can lead to severe injury to persons and
damage to material:
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Only use the product as directed.
Never commission the product in the event of visible damage.
Never commission the product before assembly has been completed.
Do not carry out any technical changes on the product.
Only use the accessories approved for the product.
Only use original spare parts from LinMot.
Observe all regulations for the prevention of accidents, directives and laws applicable on site.
Transport, installation, commissioning and maintenance work must only be carried out by qualified
personnel.
• Observe IEC 364 and CENELEC HD 384 or DIN VDE 0100 and IEC report 664 or
DIN VDE 0110 and all national regulations for the prevention of accidents.
• According to the basic safety information, qualified, skilled personnel are persons who are
familiar with the assembly, installation, commissioning, and operation of the product and who
have the qualifications necessary for their occupation.
Observe all specifications in this documentation.
• This is the condition for safe and trouble−free operation and the achievement of the specified
product features.
• The procedural notes and circuit details described in this documentation are only proposals.
It is up to the user to check whether they can be transferred to the particular applications.
NTI AG / LinMot does not accept any liability for the suitability of the procedures and circuit
proposals described.
LinMot servo drives and the accessory components can include live and moving parts (depending on
their type of protection) during operation. Surfaces can be hot.
• Non−authorized removal of the required cover, inappropriate use, incorrect installation or
operation create the risk of severe injury to persons or damage to material assets.
• For more information, please see the documentation.
High amounts of energy are produced in the drive. Therefore it is required to wear personal
protective equipment (body protection, headgear, eye protection, hand guard).
Application as directed
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drives are components which are designed for installation in electrical systems or machines. They
are not to be used as domestic appliances, but only for industrial purposes according to EN
61000−3−2.
When drives are installed into machines, commissioning (i.e. starting of the operation as directed) is
prohibited until it is proven that the machine complies with the regulations of the EC Directive
98/37/EC (Machinery Directive); EN 60204 must be observed.
Commissioning (i.e. starting of the operation as directed) is only allowed when there is compliance
with the EMC Directive (2004/108/EC).
The technical data and supply conditions can be obtained from the nameplate and the
documentation. They must be strictly observed.
Transport, storage
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Please observe the notes on transport, storage, and appropriate handling.
Observe the climatic conditions according to the technical data.
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Installation
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The drives must be installed and cooled according to the instructions given in the corresponding
documentation.
The ambient air must not exceed degree of pollution 2 according to EN 61800−5−1.
Ensure proper handling and avoid excessive mechanical stress. Do not bend any components and
do not change any insulation distances during transport or handling. Do not touch any electronic
components and contacts.
drives contain electrostatic sensitive devices which can easily be damaged by inappropriate
handling. Do not damage or destroy any electrical components since this might endanger your
health!
Electrical connection
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When working on live drives, observe the applicable national regulations for the prevention of
accidents.
The electrical installation must be carried out according to the appropriate regulations (e.g. cable
cross−sections, fuses, PE connection). Additional information can be obtained from the
documentation.
• This product can cause high-frequency interferences in non industrial environments
which can require measures for interference suppression.
Operation
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If necessary, systems including drives must be equipped with additional monitoring and protection
devices according to the valid safety regulations (e.g. law on technical equipment, regulations for the
prevention of accidents). The drives can be adapted to your application. Please observe the
corresponding information given in the documentation.
After the drive has been disconnected from the supply voltage, all live components and power
connections must not be touched immediately because capacitors can still be charged. Please
observe the corresponding stickers on the drive. All protection covers and doors must be shut during
operation.
Protection of persons
• Before working on the drive, check that no voltage is applied to the power terminals:
The power terminals U, V, W, DC+, DC-, RR+, and RR- remain live for at
least 5 minutes after disconnecting from mains.
• The power terminals L1, L2, L3; U, V, W, DC+, DC-, RR+ and RR- remain
live when the motor is stopped.
The leakage current to earth (PE) is >3.5 mA. According to EN 50178 a fixed
installation is required and a double PE connection is required.
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The heat sink of the drive has an operating temperature of > 80 °C: Contact with the
heat sink results in burns.
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2 System Overview
Typical Servo System E14x0-XX: Servo Drive, Motor and Power Supply.
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E1450-PN-QN
E1450-SC-QN
E1450-IP-QN
E1450-EC-QN
E1450-SE-QN
E1430-DP-QN
E1400-GP-QN
Supply Voltage
Motor Supply 3x400 VAC / 3x480 VAC
Logic Supply 24VDC (22...26VDC)
Motor Phase Current (preliminary)
28A rms peak
4 A rms continuous (without forced cooling)
12 A rms continuous (with fan EV01-E1400)
18 A rms continuous (cold plate 20°C)
Controllable Motors
LinMot P10-70x…(Motor Link C)
Selected motors (contact support)
Command Interface
CANopen
LinRS
POWERLINK
PROFINET
SERCOS III
ETHERNET IP
ETHERCAT
SERCOS over ETHERCAT
PROFIBUS-DP
Programmable Motion Profiles (Curves)
Up to 100 Motion Profiles
Programmable Command Table
Command Table with up to 255 entries
External Position Sensor
Incremental (RS422 up to 25 M counts/s)
SinCos (1Vpp differential)
Absolute (BiSS)
Synchronisation
Master Encoder In/Out
(RS422 up to 25 M counts/s)
Configuration Interface
RS232
Ethernet 10/100 Mbit/s
(2-Port Switch integrated)
E1450-PL-QN
3 Functionality and Interfaces
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4 IP Address Selection
The default mode for acquiring an IP address is via DHCP. If no servers respond on
the connected network, the drive switches to the IPv4 Link-Local addressing
scheme (also known as APIPA on Windows systems). This way the drive
automatically assigns itself an address within the range of 169.254.0.1 through
169.254.255.254 (Subnet Mask 255.255.0.0).
Please note that this process can take up to a minute until a valid address is
assigned to the drive.
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5 Power Supply and Grounding
In order to assure a safe and error free operation, and to avoid severe
damage to system components, all system components must be well
grounded to protective earth PE. This includes both LinMot and all
other control system components on the same ground bus.
The leakage current to earth (PE) is >3.5 mA. According to EN 50178 a
fixed installation is required and a double PE connection is required.
One PE connection is on X30, the second one is an M5 bolt on top of
the housing.
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.)
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6 Description of the connectors / Interfaces
6.1 X1-V1 Rev. D
X1
DC Busbar/ Regeneration Resistor
DC+:
DC-:
RR+:
RR-:
DC busbar +
DC busbar Positive connection for Regeneration Resistor
Negative connection for Regeneration Resistor
Screw Terminals:
- Tightening torque: 0.7 - 0.8 Nm
- Use a cross-head screw driver (PH1)
- Use 60/75°C copper conductors only
- Conductor cross-section: 0.25 – 4 mm2 (depends on Motor current) / AWG 24 -12
- Stripping length 10mm
6.2 X30-V1 Rev. D
X30
Motor Supply Mains
L1 – L3: 3x400 / 3x480VAC 50/60 Hz
PE:
PE, Protective Earth
Screw Terminals:
- Tightening torque: 0.7 - 0.8 Nm
- Use a cross-head screw driver (PH1)
- Use 60/75°C copper conductors only
- Conductor cross-section: 2.5 – 4 mm2 (depends on Motor current) / AWG 24 -12
- Stripping length 10mm
6.3 X2-V1 Rev. D
X2
Motor Phases
PE:
W:
V:
U:
KTY+:
KTY-:
Protective Earth and Cable Shield
Motor Phase W
Motor Phase V
Motor Phase U
Temperature Sensor KTY+
Temperature Sensor KTY-
Screw Terminals:
- Tightening torque: 0.7 - 0.8 Nm
- Use a cross-head screw driver (PH1)
- Use 60/75°C copper conductors only
- Conductor cross-section: 0.25 – 4 mm2 (depends on Motor current) / AWG 24 -12
- Stripping length 10mm
Attention:
The type of connector and pin assignment on V1 Rev. D and V2 drives
is different from V1 (Rev. A-C) drives (different coding)!
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6.4 X31-X32
X31-X32
Motor Brake and Motor Brake Supply
X32:
X31:
BrakeBrake+
Brake Supply GND
Brake Supply +24VDC
6.5 X3-V2
X3
Motor Encoder (Motor Link C / BISS)
8
15
7
14
6
13
5
12
4
11
3
10
2
9
1
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DSUB-15 (m)
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Motor Link C Motor Link C +
Clock Clock +
Data Data +
GND
Temp
GND Sense
+5V Sense
CosCos+
SinSin+
+5V
shield
Motor Link C is a high speed serial communication protocol to the motor encoder.
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6.6 X4
X4
Logig Supply / IO Connection
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Screw terminals
Ksr +
Ksr Ksr f+
Ksr fInput
Input
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 .. X4.10):
Output (X4.3):
SVE
Quickstop
X4.10
X4.9
X4.8
X4.7
X4.6
X4.5
X4.4
X4.3
Supply
Supply
Safety Relay Input positive
Safety Relay Input negative
Safety Relay feedback positive
Safety Relay feedback negative
Power Stage Enable (HW Enable)
Quickstop, PTC2 Input
Configurable IO, PTC1 Input
Configurable IO
Configurable IO
Configurable IO
Configurable IO, Trigger Input
Configurable IO
Configurable IO, Analog Input (configurable as high imp. Input)
Configurable IO
Logic Supply 22-26 VDC
Ground
24V / 5mA (Low Level: –0.5 to 5VDC, High Level: 15 to 30VDC)
24V / max.100mA, Peak 370mA (will shut down if exceeded)
24V / max.1.0A
To enable the power stage the input SVE (X4.12) and the integrated safety relay Ksr (X4.13 – X4.16) must
be correctly wired. Please refer to chapter 8 Safety Wiring.
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.
To disable the internal safety features, connect X4.16 and X4.12 to +24VDC and X4.15 to GND.
Supply 24V / type. 500mA / max. 2.5A (if all outputs “on” with max. load.)
- Tightening torque: min 0.22Nm
- Screw thread: M2
- Use 60/75°C copper conductors only
- Conductor cross-section max. 1.5mm2
- Internal Fuse (F2): 3AT (slow blow, Schurter OMT125, 3404.0118.xx, UL File Number: E41599)
CAUTION: For continued protection against risk of fire, replace only with same type and rating of fuse.
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6.7 X7 - X8
X7 - X8
CMD (RS485/CAN)
1
2
X3
4
5
6
7
8
case
RJ-45
RS485_Rx+
RS485_RxRS485_Tx+
GND
GND
RS485_TxCAN_H
CAN_L
Shield
A
B
Y
Z
Use twisted pair (1-2, 3-6, 4-5, 7-8) cable for wiring.
The built in RS485 and CAN terminations can be activated by S5.2 and S5.3.
X7 is internally connected to X8 (1:1 connection)
6.8 X9
X9
PROFIBUS DP (only available on E1430-DP-QN)
1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
5
case
DSUB-9 (f)
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Not connected
+5V
Not connected
Not connected
RxD/TxD-P
RxD/TxD-N
CNTR-P
Not connected
GND
Shield
(isolated)
(isolated)
Max. Baud rate: 12Mbaud
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6.9 X10 - X11
X10 - X11
Master Encoder IN (X10) / Master Encoder OUT (X11)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
case
RJ-45
Incremental:
Step/Direction:
EIA/TIA 568A colors:
A+
AB+
Z+
ZBCAN_H
CAN_L
Shield
Step+
StepDirection+
Zero+
ZeroDirectionCAN_H
CAN_L
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. 25 M counts/s, 40ns edge separation
Master Encoder Outputs:
Amplified RS422 differential signals from Master Encoder IN (X10)
The CAN bus can be terminated with S5.4.
All devices, which are connected to X10/X11 must be referenced to the same ground.
6.10
X13
X13
External Position Sensor Differential Hall Switches
1
+5V DC
9
2
A+
A-
10
3
B+
B-
11
4
Z+
Z-
12
5
Encoder Alarm
GND
13
6
U+
U-
14
7
V+
V-
15
8
case
DSUB-15 (f)
W+
WShield
Position Encoder Inputs (RS422):
Max Input Frequency: 25 M counts/s with quadrature decoding, 40ns edge separation
Encoder Simulation Outputs (RS422):
Max Output Frequency: 25 M counts/s with quadrature decoding, 40ns edge separation
Differential Hall Switch Inputs (RS422):
Input Frequency: <1kHz
Enc. Alarm In:
5V / 1mA
Sensor Supply:
5VDC max. 100mA / 9VDC 100mA (SW selectable)
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6.11
X15 - X16
X15 - X16
Config Ethernet 10/100 Mbit/s
X15
Internal 2-Port 10BASE-T and 100BASE-TX Ethernet Switch with Auto MDIX.
LEDs on the lower side of the device indicate “Link/Activity” per port, the upper ones
are not used.
X16
RJ-45
6.12
X17 - X18
X17 - X18
RealTime Ethernet 10/100 Mbit/s
X17 RT ETH In
Specification depends on RT-Bus Type. Please refer to according documentation.
X18 RT ETH Out
RJ-45
6.13
X19
X19
System
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
case
RJ-45
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Do not connect
Do not connect
RS232 Rx
GND
GND
RS232 Tx
Do not connect
Do not connect
Shield
Use adapter cable AC01-RJ45/Df-2.5-RS1 (Art.-No. 0150-2143) for configuration over RS232.
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X20
X20
Analog In (+-10V Differential Analog Input)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
case
Do not connect
Do not connect
Analog In GND
GND
Analog In +
Do not connect
Do not connect
Shield
RJ-45
6.15
X29
X29
Connector for Fan Option
Connector for the external fan option (Art. Nr. 0150-xxxx).
Output: 24 VDC / 0.4 A (Short circuit protected, current monitored)
Stripping length: 8mm
Conductor cross section: 0.2 – 1.5 mm2 (AWG 24 - 16)
6.16
S5
S5
Bus Termination / AnaIn2 Pull Down
S5
Switch 6: Override Configuration Ethernet to DHCP
Switch 5: Bootstrap: Must be off for normal operation
Switch 4: CAN termination on ME (120R between pin 7 and 8 on X10/X11) on/off
Switch 3: CAN termination on CMD (120R between pin 7 and 8 on X7/X8) on/off
Switch 2: Termination resistor for RS485 on CMD (120R between pin 1 and 2 on X7/X8) on/off
Switch 1: AnIn2 pull down (4k7 Pull down on X4.4). Set to ON, if X4.4 is used as digital output.
Factory setting: all switches “on” except S5.5 (Bootstrap) and S5.6 (Override to DHCP)
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6.17
LEDs
LEDs
State Display
Green
Yellow
Yellow
Red
6.18
24V Logic Supply OK
Motor Enabled / Error Code Low Nibble
Warning / Error Code High Nibble
Error
RT BUS LEDs
RT Bus LEDs
RT Bus State Display
Green
Red
OK
Error
The use of these LEDs depends on the type of fieldbus which is used. Please see the corresponding
manual for further information.
6.19
S1 - S2
S1 - S2
Address Selectors
S1 (5..8)
Bus ID High (0 … F). Bit 5 is the LSB, bit 8 the MSB.
S2 (1..4)
Bus ID Low (0 … F). Bit 1 is the LSB, bit 4 the MSB.
The use of these switches depends on the type of fieldbus which is used. Please see the corresponding
manual for further information.
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7 Error Codes
Error Codes
Error
Warn
EN
Description
Off
Warning
Operation
Enabled
Normal Operation:
Warnings and operation enabled are displayed.
On
● ~2Hz
0..15 x
Error Code
High Nibble
● ~2Hz
0..15 x
Error Code
Low Nibble
Error:
The error code is shown by a blink code with “WARN” and “EN”.
The error byte is divided into low and high nibble (= 4 bit).
”WARN” and “EN” are blinking together.
The error can be acknowledged.
(e.g.: WARN blinks 3x, EN blinks 2x; Error Code = 32h)
● ~2Hz
● ~2Hz
0..15 x
Error Code
High Nibble
● ~2Hz
0..15 x
Error Code
Low Nibble
Fatal Error:
The error code is shown by a blink code with “WARN” and “EN”.
The error byte is divided into low and high nibble.
”WARN” and “EN” are blinking together.
Fatal errors can only be acknowledged by a reset or power cycle.
(e.g.: WARN blinks 3x, EN blinks 2x; Error Code = 32h)
● ~4Hz
● ~2Hz
0..15 x
Error Code
High Nibble
● ~2Hz
0..15 x
Error Code
Low Nibble
● ~0.5Hz
● ~0.5Hz
On
System Error:
Please reinstall firmware or contact support.
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_SG5 and the user manual of the installed
interface software. These documents are provided together with LinMot-Talk
configuration software and can be downloaded from www.linmot.com.
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8
Safety Wiring
The E1400 Drive has internal safety functions:
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SVE (Safety Voltage enable): Fast reacting inhibition of power pulses.
•
Safety relay Ksr, which supports the 15 V for the IGBT drivers. It has two
feedback contacts.
Safety Relay Ksr
Nominal voltage
24 VDC
Min. pick-up voltage at 20°C
≤ 16.8V
Drop-out voltage at 20°C
≥ 2.4 V
Coil resistance at 20°C
2'100 Ω ± 10%
Type
EN 50205, type A
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9
Physical Dimensions
E1400 Series single axis drive
Width
mm (in)
50 (2)
Height
mm (in)
300 (11.8)
Height with fixings
mm (in)
345 (13.6)
Depth
mm (in)
221.5 (8.8)
Weight
kg (lb)
Mounting
4.3 (9.5)
2 x M5
Case
IP
20
Storage Temperature
°C
-25…40
Transport Temperature
°C
-25…70
Operating Temperature
°C
0…40 at rated data
40...50 with power derating
Relative humidity
95% (non-condensing)
Pollution
IEC/EN
60664-1
Pollution degree 2
Site altitude
m amsl
to be defined
Max. Case Temperature
°C
90
Max. Power Dissipation
W
100
Mounting place
In the control cabinet
Mounting position
vertical
Distance between drives
(passive convection cooling)
mm (in)
≥ 35 (1.4) left (heat sink side)
≥ 5 (0.2) right
≥ 200 (8) top / bottom
Distance between drives (with fan option
EV01-E1400)
mm (in)
≥ 40 (1.6) left (heat sink side)
≥ 5 (0.2) right
≥ 200 (8) top / bottom
Distance between drives (cold plate
cooling)
mm (in)
≥ 0 (0) left/right
≥ 200 (8) top / bottom
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10 Power Supply Requirements
Motor Power Supply
Direct AC mains connection:
3/PE AC
3/PE AC
400V (±10%) / 50-60Hz / TN System
480V (±10%) / 50-60Hz / TN System
Only 3-phase supply is supported! The mains must be a symmetrical
four-wire system with grounded neutral.
DC Supply (for example 72VDC) for initial test setups can be supplied through
the 3-phase supply connector.
Use a circuit breaker C20 and conductor cross section of 2.5mm 2 for mains
connections!
The LinMot line filter NF01-FN258-16-07 must be connected near the supply
connector of the drive to conform to the EMC requirements of CE.
Current consumption:
Startup Current: Soft start over 50 Ohm charge resistor.
Signal Power Supply
The logic supply needs a regulated power supply of a nominal voltage of 24 VDC.
The voltage must be between 22 and 26 VDC.
Current consumption:
min. 0.5A
(no load on the outputs)
typ. 1.5A
(all 10 outputs “on” with 100mA load and /Break with no load)
max. 2.5A
(all 10 outputs “on” with 100mA load and /Break with 1A load)
11 Regeneration of Power / Regeneration Resistor
There are two possibilities to deal with power regeneration:
Option A:
DC Link coupling or additional Capacitors
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 780 VDC.
Item
Description
Regeneration Resistor
RR01-68/100
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Art. No.
(68 Ohm, 100 W)
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12 Ordering Information
Item
Description
Art. Nr.
E1450-PL-QN
E1450-PN-QN
E1450-EC-QN
E1450-SC-QN
E1450-IP-QN
E1430-DP-QN
E1400-GP-QN
E1450-SE-QN
RS232 PC config. Cable
2.5m
POWERLINK Drive (3x400/28A)
PROFINET Drive (3x400/28A)
ETHERCAT Drive (3x400/28A)
SERCOS III Drive (3x400/28A)
ETHERNET IP Drive (3x400/28A)
PROFIBUS-DP Drive (3x400/28A)
GENERAL PURPOSE Drive (3x400/28A)
SERCOS over ETHERCAT Drive (3x400/28A)
For E1200 / E1400
0150-1791
0150-1783
0150-1784
0150-1785
0150-1782
0150-1786
0150-1779
0150-1899
RR01-68/100
Regeneration resistor (68R, 100W, 1000V)
0150-3373
EV01-E1400
NF01-FN258-16-07
Fan Option for E1400
3-phase line filter for E1400
0150-5055
0150-2359
0150-2143
13 International Certifications
Certifications
Europe
UL
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See chapter “14 Declaration of Conformity CE-Marking“
UL508C pending
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14 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:
Type
E1450-PL-QN
E1450-PN-QN
E1400-GP-QN
LinMot ® drives
Art.-No.
0150-1791
0150-1783
0150-1779
Type
E1450-IP-QN
E1430-DP-QN
E1450-SE-QN
Art-No.
0150-1782
0150-1786
0150-1899
Type
E1450-EC-QN
E1450-SC-QN
Art.-No.
0150-1784
0150-1785
The product must be mounted and used in strict accordance with the installation instructions
contained within the installation guide, a copy of which may be obtained from NTI 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 and Safety tests according to the 2006/95/EC harmonized standard
EN 50371: 2002.
Standards Complied with:
EN 61000-6-2: 2005
Immunity for industrial environments
EN 61000-4-2
Class B and FS
Electrostatic discharge immunity (ESD)
EN 61000-4-3
Class A and FS
Radiated electromagnetic field immunity
EN 61000-4-4
Class B and FS
Fast transients / burst immunity (EFT)
EN 61000-4-5
Class B and FS
Slow transients immunity (Surge)
EN 61000-4-6
Class A and FS
Conducted radio frequency immunity
EN 61000-4-8
Class A and FS
Power frequency magnetic field immunity
EN 61326-3-1
FS
EMC immunity (functional safety)
EN 61000-6-4: 2007
Emission for industrial environments
EN 55022
Class A
Stationary interference voltage AC mains
EN55022
Class A
Stat. Asym. Interference current on Telco lines
EN 55022
Class A
Radiated Emission
EN 61326-3-1:2008
Functional Safety
EN 50371
Human exposure to electromagnetic fields
EN 5022
Radio disturbance (IT equipment)
EN 5011
Radio disturbance (ISM)
CISPR 22: 2005
Radio disturbance (IT equimpment)
Company: NTI Ltd.
Spreitenbach, May 02, 2012
----------------------------------------------------------R. Rohner / CEO NTI AG
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15 Contact Addresses
SWITZERLAND
USA
NTI AG
Haerdlistr. 15
CH-8957 Spreitenbach
Sales and Administration:
+41-(0)56-419 91 91
[email protected]
Tech. Support:
+41-(0)56-544 71 00
[email protected]
Tech. Support (Skype) :
skype:support.linmot
Fax:
Web:
+41-(0)56-419 91 92
http://www.linmot.com/
LinMot, 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]
http://www.linmot-usa.com/
Please visit http://www.linmot.com/ to find the distributor closest to you.
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