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ELMO-WARRANTY PERFORMANCE
The
warranty
performance
covers
only
ELMO's
products
and
only
the
elimination of problems that are due to manufacturing defects resulting in
impaired function, deficient workmanship or defective material. Specifically
excluded from warranty is the elimination of problems which are caused by
abuse,
damage,
neglect,
overloading,
wrong
operation,
unauthorized
manipulations etc.
The following maximum warranty period applies:
12 months from the time of operational startup but not later than 18 months
from shipment by the manufacturing plant.
Units repaired under warranty have to be treated as an entity. A breakdown
of the repair procedure (for instance of the repair of a unit into repair of
cards) is not permissible.
Damage claims, including consequential damages, which exceed the warranty
obligation will be rejected in all cases.
If any term or condition in this warranty performance shall be at variance
or inconsistent with any provision or condition (whether special or general)
contained or referred to in the Terms and Conditions of Sales set out at the
back of Elmo's Standard Acknowledge Form, than the later shall prevail and be
effective.
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How to use this manual - Flow Chart
The DBP HARDWARE MANUAL will lead you toward a successful start-up of your
digital amplifier. Please review carefully the following flow chart and write
down the chapters that you have to follow in the right order. Only after
performing all the steps you may proceed to the software manual.
If you are a new user of the DBP, you better not skip chapters 1-4 which
will familiarize you with the product.
Read chapters
no
Familiar with the DBP ?
Panel (H) version or Rack (R)
1,2,3,4
no
no
Rack (R) with Elmo mother board ?
Elmo enclosure ?
w/o Elmo mother board ?
Read chapter 5.1
Read chapter 5.2
Read chapter 5.3
Terminals
Terminals
Terminals
Read chapter 6 - Installation
Read chapter 7.1 - Start-Up
no
Hall sensors with
optical encoder ?
Read 7.2
Resolver ?
Read 7.3
yes
Adding velocity loop ?
Read chapter 8 - Applying power - Adjustments
Read chapter 9 - Summaries
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.Description ................................ .......................... 7
2.
Type Designation ................................ ................... 8
3.
Technical Specification ................................ ............ 9
3.1
Digital I/O specification ................................ ... 10
3.2
Analog input specification ................................ .. 13
3.3
Sensors specification ................................ ....... 14
3.4
4.
3.3.1
Encoder ................................ ............. 14
3.3.2
Resolver ................................ ............ 14
Communication ................................ ............... 16
3.4.1
RS232 Configuration ................................ . 16
3.4.2
RS485 Configuration ................................ . 16
3.5
Battery backup ................................ .............. 16
3.6
Performance ................................ ................. 16
System Operation ................................ ................... 18
4.1
RS485 and Checksum Protocol ................................ . 18
4.2
Current Control ................................ ............. 18
4.2.1
Current feedback, Current feedback multiplier (CFM) and
Current loop ................................ ............... 19
4.3
Digital current limits ................................ ...... 20
4.3.1
5.
Time dependent peak current limit ................... 20
4.4
Digital position and speed control .......................... 21
4.5
Operation of the shunt regulator ............................ 25
4.6
Commutation signals format ................................ .. 26
4.7
Protective functions ................................ ........ 27
4.7.1
Short circuit protection ............................ 27
4.7.2
Under/over voltage protection ....................... 27
4.7.3
Temperature protection .............................. 27
4.7.4
Internal power supply failure ....................... 27
4.7.5
Loss of commutation feedback ........................ 27
4.7.6
Low back-up Battery voltage ......................... 27
Terminal Description ................................ ............... 33
5.1
Terminals for Horizontal and Rack mounting versions ......... 33
5.2
Mother Boards terminals (MBA-DBP/3U and MBA-DBP/6U) ......... 43
5.3
Terminals for DBP mounted in ENCD. .......................... 54
5.4
Communication Port Connector ................................ 64
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6.
7.
Installation procedures ................................ ............ 65
6.1
Mounting................................ ..................... 65
6.2
Wiring................................ ....................... 65
6.3
Load inductance ................................ .............. 66
6.4
AC power supply ................................ .............. 66
6.5
Wiring diagrams ................................ .............. 67
Motor's windings ................................ .....67
6.5.2
AC power wiring ................................ ......68
6.5.3
Hall sensors wiring ................................ ..77
6.5.4
RS232 Communication wiring ........................... 78
6.5.5
RS485 Communication wiring ........................... 79
6.5.6
Main encoder wiring ................................ ..81
6.5.7
Resolver wiring ................................ ......82
6.5.8
Auxiliary encoder wiring ............................. 83
6.5.9
Pulse/Direction signals wiring ....................... 84
Start - Up Procedures ................................ .............. 85
7.1
8.
6.5.1
Common procedures for all amplifiers types ................... 85
7.1.1
Commutation signals format ........................... 85
7.1.2
CFM function ................................ .........85
7.1.3
Abort logic ................................ ..........85
7.1.4
Setting the auxiliary position input format ..........86
7.1.5
Selecting the communication bus ...................... 86
7.1.6
Preparing the automatic baud rate selection ..........86
7.2
Setting the main optical encoder format ...................... 87
7.3
Setting the R/D circuit ................................ ......87
Applying power - Adjustments ................................ .......94
Step 1 - Applying Power ................................ .....94
Step 2 - Establishing the communication ..................... 95
Step 3 - Checking the feedback elements ..................... 95
Step 4 - Adjusting the current limits ....................... 95
Step 5 - Latch mode of the protective functions ............. 96
Step 6 - Connecting the Motor ............................... 96
9.
Tables and Summaries ................................ ............... 97
9.1
Display diagnostics ................................ ..........97
9.2
Summary of DIP switches ................................ ......98
Appendix A - Current loop response ................................ .....99
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Appendix B -
Adding a velocity feedback ............................... 101
Appendix C -
Differential amplifier connection ........................ 102
DIMENSIONAL DRAWINGS ................................ ................... 103
PANEL (H), DBP1 ................................ .................. 104
PANEL (H), DBP2 ................................ .................. 107
PANEL (H), DBP3 ................................ .................. 110
PANEL (H), DBP4 ................................ .................. 113
PANEL (H), DBP6 ................................ .................. 116
RACK 3U/13T ................................ ...................... 119
RACK 3U/20T ................................ ...................... 122
RACK 6U/14T ................................ ...................... 125
RACK 6U/21T ................................ ...................... 128
ENCD - 3U/... ................................ .................... 130
ENCD - 6U/... ................................ .................... 131
EXTERNAL SHUNT RESISTOR ................................ .......... 132
List of ELMO Service Centers ................................ ........... 133
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1.Description
The DBP series are digital, full wave, three phase servo amplifiers designed
for high performance brushless servo motors in the range of up to 7KW. They
utilize power MOSFETs and Surface Mounting Technology which contribute to its
high efficiency and compact design. The DBP operates from a single AC supply
(either single or three phase) and, when using the galvanic isolation option,
it can be connected directly to the Mains.
The DBP is constructed from two main PCBs mounted on a heat sink plate. The
lower board contains the rectifying bridge, the power switching transistors
which drive the motor, terminals for the power stage, the switch mode power
supply, the protection logic and commutation logic. The upper PCB is the
Digital Control Board (DCB) which contains the digital control logic, terminals
for the control stage, D-type connector for the communication and a 4-digit
display.
The DBP requires a position sensor in order to enable its operation. It can
be either a Resolver or a combination of an optical encoder and Hall effect
sensors. When using a Resolver, a small interface card is mounted on top of the
DCB.
The DBP is available in either panel version or rack version with two DIN
41612 connectors. The rack version can be fitted in a panel mount enclosure
(ENCD-3U
or
ENCD-6U),
that
is
specially
designed
for
a
simple
procedure.
The amplifiers are fully protected against the following faults:
* Under/over voltage
* Shorts between the outputs or between the outputs to ground.
* RMS current limit.
* Insufficient load inductance.
* Loss of commutation signals.
* Excess temperature.
* Excess position error.
Analog Section Standard Features:
* Single AC supply (single or three phase)
* Zero Deadband.
* Motor current monitor.
* Motor speed monitor.
* Extra differential operational amplifier.
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* Standard commutation sensors: Hall effect sensors or a Resolver.
* Galvanic isolation of the control stage - option.
Digital Section Standard Features
* Accepts motion commands via RS232 or RS485
* Buffering for pipe lining instructions prior to execution
* Battery-backed RAM for storing user programs and parameters
* Conditional statements for controlling program execution real- time.
* Programmable time and position trip points
* Variables for entering and changing system parameters
* 5 Uncommitted inputs
* 2 uncommitted high speed inputs.
* 10 Uncommitted outputs
* Arithmetic and logic functions for manipulating
parameters
* Digital filter with programmable gain, damping and integrator
* Error handling, end of travel, emergency stop, status reporting.
* 0-600,000 quadrature counts/second speed range
* One analog input - 11 bit resolution
* Master/slave operation with programmable following ratio (master information
from an optical encoder or from Pulse and Direction inputs)
* Dual-loop capability
* Adjustable continuous and peak current limits
* 4-digit display for diagnostics.
2. Type Designation
DBP F- 24 / 270 R R O
DBP series amplifier
Fan cooling required for full rating
I - Isolation *
O - Off line:
Isolation + Inrush current limit
E - Optical encoder + Hall sensors
Rated continuos current
R - Resolv er
R - Rack mounting
Max. operating AC v oltage
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3. Technical Specification
Type
AC Supply *
Current
Size
Size
Weight
min
limits
Panel(H)
Rack(R)
(Kg)
max
DBP-12/135
28- 135
12/24
DBP2
3U/20T
1.4
DBP-20/135
28- 135
20/40
DBP3
6U/21T
3
DBP- 8/270
100- 270
8/16
DBP2
3U/20T
1.4
DBP-16/270
100- 270
16/32
DBP3
6U/21T
3
DBPF-12/135
28- 135
12/24
DBP1
3U/13T
0.7
DBPF-20/135
28- 135
20/40
DBP4
6U/13T
1.3
DBPF-30/135
28- 135
30/60
DBP6
6U/21T
3
DBPF- 8/270
100- 270
8/16
DBP1
3U/13T
0.7
DBPF-16/270
100- 270
16/32
DBP4
6U/13T
1.3
DBPF-24/270
100- 270
24/48
DBP6
6U/21T
3
*
These are the absolute minimum-maximum AC supply voltage under any condition.
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General
* DC output voltage is 130% of AC input voltage.
* 2KHz current loop response
* Outputs voltages of +5V/0.2A, +15V/0.1A for external use.
* Efficiency at rated current - 97%.
* Operating temperature: 0 - 50 °C.
* Storage temperature: -10 - +70 °C.
3.1 Digital I/O specification
Digital Inputs:
High/Low input definition: Vil<1V,
Vih>2.4V
Maximum input voltage: 30V
Input impedance: 3-7Kohm
Input hysteresis: typ 1V.
When left open: low level.
Input threshold level can be shifted on request.
The fast inputs capture events (input voltage level
going from low to high) of less then 10 µsec duration.
Digital Outputs:
High/Low output definition:
Vol<0.4V,
Output level: 0-5V
Recommended output current: Iol=Ioh=5mA
Maximum output current +10mA
The outputs are normally at low level.
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Voh>4V
10
13b
OUT 1
14b
OUT 2
15b
OUT 3
U17
16b
2
5
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
Q0
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7
OC
VCC
OUT 4
6
9
12
15
17b
OUT 5
16
19
20
1b
+5V
OUT 6
2b
74HCT373A
OUT 7
3b
OUT 8
3
2
5a
OUT9
U11A
74HCT4050
5
4
6a
OUT10
U11B
74HCT4050
7
6
7a
MOTION
COMPLETE
U11C
74HCT4050
DIGITAL OUTPUTS
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FORWARD
LIMIT SWITCH
REVERSE
LIMIT SWITCH
9a
1
3
U100A
SN75C189AD
10a
4
6
U100B
SN75C189AD
12a
10
8
U100C
SN75C189AD
13a
13
11
U100D
SN75C189AD
18b
1
3
U102A
SN75C189AD
19b
4
HOME INPUT
ABORT INPUT
I1
I2
6
U102B
SN75C189AD
I3
I4
I5
20b
10
8
U102C
SN75C189AD
21b
13
11
U102D
SN75C189AD
22b
1
3
U103A
SN75C189AD
INDEX SLAVE
15a
I6
4
6
U103B
SN75C189AD
16a
I7
10
8
U103C
SN75C189AD
DIGITAL INPUTS
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3.2 Analog input specification
Maximum input voltage:
- When R1 (470ohm) is inserted, the absolute value of the input voltage should be
less than 5V.
- When the absolute value is higher than 5V, R1(Kohm) = 2Vi-10 should be inserted.
The µP reads always +5V.
Resolution of the digital conversion: 11 bit full scale.
Typical offset: 5 bits
470K
VREF
4700PF
470k
300
9
10
8
U8C
DIGITAL GND
470k
ANALOG
INPUT
18a
2
*R1
4700PF
470k
10K
DIGITAL GND
6
5
7
U8B
DIGITAL GND
20K
13
12
14
U8D
DIGITAL GND
ANALOG INPUT
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1000PF
20K
1
U1\10
VREF
300
4700PF
U1\11
4700PF
DIGITAL GND
13
3.3 Sensors specification
3.3.1 Encoder
The encoder must be incremental with two TTL channels in quadrature and 90 °
phase shift.
High/Low input definition: Vil<1.5V,
Vih>3V
Input voltage range: 0-15V
Input hysteresis
1.5V
Input impedance: 1Kohm to 5V.
Maximum frequency main encoder: 150KHz
Maximum frequency auxiliary encoder: 250KHz
Noise protection by analog and digital filters
When left open the input is internally pulled to high level.
3.3.2
Resolver
Resolver Option Feature:
* 10,12,14 and 16 bit resolution set by the user.
* Maximum tracking rate 1040 rps (10 bits).
* Velocity output.
* Encoder A, B, outputs + programmable index output.
Reference parameters:
Max. voltage: 20Vptp or 7Vrms
Minimum output voltage: 2Vrms
Max. current: 80mA
Max frequency: 20KHz outputs:
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+5v +5v
+5v+5v
+5V
Vref
1K
1000P
CH B
CH B
27a
100
* R705
100
1K
1000P
3
2
1000P
*R704
CH A
301K
DS3
28a
29a
7
U105
100K
+5v +5v
CH A
1K
+5v+5v
1K
1000P
100
+5v
1K
1K
3
2
7
U104
100K
100
30a
DS2
301K
+5v +5v +5v +5v
1K
1000P
1K
1000P
AY/PULSE
AY/PULSE
21a
* R707
22a
+5v
2.49K
100
3
2
7
U107
100K
100
DS5
301K
+5v +5v
+5v +5v
+5V
1000P
INDEX
INDEX
31a
* R708
32a
1K
1000P
100
1K
301K
100K
11
10
1K
4
5
13
U121B
U31D
100
DS6
+5v +5v
1000P
+5v +5v
1K
+5v
1K
2.49K
1000P
BY/DIR
23a
* R706
BY/DIR
24a
100
3
2
7
U106
100
100K
DS4
301K
REMARK:
R704 - 708 ARE NOT INSTALLED IN FACTORY STANDARD SETTING.
ENCODER INPUTS
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3.4 Communication
3.4.1 RS232 Configuration
The RS232 is configured for 8-bit, no parity, full duplex and it will echo all
the transmissions.
Baud rates: 300,600,1200,2400,4800,9600,19200,38400,57600
No hardware handshaking is required.
3.4.2
RS485 Configuration
The RS485 is configured for 8-bit, no parity, half duplex.
Baud rates: 300,600,1200,2400,4800,9600,19200,38400,57600
No hardware handshaking is required.
3.5 Battery backup
180mAH battery that at rated operating and storage condition will last for
at least 40,000 non operating hours.
3.6 Performance
Position range: +230 quadrature counts
Velocity range: +600,000 counts/sec
Velocity resolution: 1 count/s
Acceleration range: 91 - 11.8x10 6 count/s
Acceleration resolution: 91 counts/s 2
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-15V
+15V
300
300
RS232
DZ13v
DZ13v
0.1MF
1
7
5
4
3
2
5
TRANSMIT
RECEIVE
GND
0.1MF
U115
-V
+V
DY
DA
RA
RY
GND RTC
+5v
8
2
3
6
DS9
RS232-OFF
RS485-ON
SN75155
RS485/RS232
RS485
+5v
6
T/R-
7
120
8 ohm
T/R+
* R119
0.1MF
U114
8
VCC R
7
B RE
6
A DE
5
GND D
9
1
2
3
4
SN75LS176
TRANSMIT/
1 1K
RECEIVE CONTROL
+5V
4
* R802
+5v
Notes:
* R119 - LINE TERMINATION RESISTOR, USED ON BOTH ENDS OF LONG LINES. NORMALLY NOT MOUNTED.
* R802 - SMD RESISTOR. NORMALLY NOT MOUNTED
COMMUNICATION
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4. System Operation
4.1 RS485 and Checksum Protocol
The RS485 in the DCB is configured as 8-bit, no parity, 1 stop bit, half
duplex. The following baud rates are available: 300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800,
9600, 19200, 38400, 57600. No hardware handshaking is required.
In the RS-485, which is a Half Duplex system, all the Transmitters and all
the Receivers share the same Multidrop wire. Therefore, each character that is
transmitted on the line, is automatically received by all the Receivers. This
is an inherently "confused" way to transmit data and no "Echo" procedure can
assure reliable communication.
In order to solve this reliability problem, it is necessary to use standard
protocols procedures.
It is important to understand that using RS485 with the DCB products without
any protocol is possible. This is also the default condition whenever the RS485
is activated. However, the reliability of the communication is only assured
when activating the protocol. This is done by sending the command CK1 from the
host to the DCB.
Chapter 1.2.1 in the DCB Software manual explains the standard protocol used
and supplied by Elmo.
4.2 Current Control
The analog part of the DBP is actually a standard amplifier that operates in
current mode. However, the DCB receives continuously analog information about
the current magnitude, direction and ripple. This information is processed to
obtain digital control of the following features:
* Continuous current limit
* Peak current limit
* Time dependent peak current limit
* Current ripple
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4.2.1
Current
Current loop
feedback,
Current
feedback
multiplier
(CFM)
and
Three current feedbacks are obtained by measuring the voltage drop across
current sensing resistors or by current transformers (when using the isolation
option). These three signals are synthesized and multiplexed which result in a
single voltage signal proportional to phases currents. It is then compared to
the current command. The error is processed by the current amplifier to provide
a voltage command to the PWM section.
Current loop control is obtained by op amp U21/A (current amplifier) and R4,
C1 which form a lag-lead network for current loop. The standard amp is equipped
with R4 and C1 to get optimum current response for an average motor in this
power range. These components are mounted in solderless terminals.
Error amplifier
Current amplifier
x2
Current feedback
CFM
The amplifier is equipped with a Current Feedback Multiplier (CFM). By
turning DIP switch 2 (on the upper board of the power stage) to ON, the signal
of the current feedback is multiplied by 2 and consequently the following
changes occur:
- Current gains are multiplied by 2.
- Current monitor is divided by 2.
- Current limits are divided by 2.
- Dynamic range is improved.
- Commutation ripple is reduced.
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This function should be activated whenever the rated current AND the peak
current of the motor are less than 20% of the amplifier rated continuous and
peak limits respectively.
Sometimes, oscillations may occur in the current loop due to the fact that
the feedback gain was multiplied. This can be resolved by substituting R4 with
a lower value.
4.3 Digital current limits
The servo amplifier can operate in the following voltage-current plane:
+V
-Ip
-Ic
Ic
Intermittent
Continuous
zone
zone
Ip
-V
Ic - Continuous current
Ip - Peak current
Fig. 4.1: Voltage-Current plane
Each amplifier is factory adjusted to have this shape of voltage-current
operating area with rated values of continuous and peak current limits. By
using the command CL(n) for the continuous and PL(n) for the peak it is
possible to adjust the current limits (continuous and peak independently) from
the rated values down to 10% of the rated values.
4.3.1
The
Time dependent peak current limit
peak
current
duration
is
a
programmable
parameter
which
is
also
a
function of the peak amplitude and the motor operating current before the peak
demand. The user defines the maximum duration of the full amplitude peak by the
instruction
PDn
-
n
cannot
be
more
than
2
seconds.
In
addition
to
this
definition, a digital filter is employed to ensure that the RMS value of the
current will not exceed the continuous current limit. The duration of Ip is
given by:
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Ip - Iop
Tp = 2.2ln ---------Ip - Ic
Iop - Actual operating current before the peak demand.
The result of this filter is that the maximum peak can last for a maximum of
2 seconds. A lower peak can last longer.
Example: A motor is driven by an DBPF-10/135 amplifier at constant speed and
constant current of 5A. What is the maximum possible duration of a 20A peak ?
20 - 5
Tp = 2.2ln -------- = 0.892 seconds
20 - 10
4.4 Digital position and speed control
The DCB accepts motion commands via an RS232 or RS485 communication line and
receives position feedback in an incremental encoder format either from an
encoder or from the resolver/digital circuit. The DCB derives the closed-loop
position error by comparing the command position and the feedback position. The
error is processed by a digital filter to yield with an analog motor command.
The
analog
+5
volt
range
motor
command
is
then
amplified
by
the
power
amplifier.
Following is a summary of all the operating modes of the DCB and a detailed
discussion of each of them.
Control Modes
Holding Modes.
Start Modes
Program Mode
Termination Modes
Status reporting
Define origin modes
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Control Modes
The DCB can be commanded to control the position of a motor, its torque or
its velocity using three basic control modes:
- Position Mode
- Velocity Mode
- Position Follower Mode
Position Mode
In the position mode the motor will advance a specified distance and then
stop. This distance can be represented as an absolute position (PA n) or as a
relative distance from the current position (PR n). The motion will follow a
trapezoidal
or
triangular
profile
with
the
acceleration
(AC
n)
and
slew
velocity (SP n) set by the user.
Velocity Mode
In the velocity mode the motor will accelerate to a specified slew speed. It
will hold this speed until a stop condition is received (see termination
modes), or a new velocity/direction is commanded.
Position Follower
It can also control the motor as a position follower of a master encoder or
a pulse and direction signals.
Holding Modes.
The holding modes describe the behavior of the system after it has stopped.
There are three holding modes:
- Servo
- Motor Off
Servo Mode
In the servo mode (SV) the system maintains stopping position by using its
control law to correct for any position errors.
Motor Off Mode
In the Motor Off mode is, the power bridge and the position control are shut
off and there no torque is generated by the amplifier. The Motor Off mode is
useful in robotics applications in the teaching mode.
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Start Modes
There are three start modes to begin a move:
Direct command
A move can be initiated directly by a command from the host or a terminal.
Program
A move can be initiated by a command included in the user program.
Input condition
Another alternative is to have the move started by a conditional statement
specified by the user program.
Program Mode
A
set
automatic
of
commands
and/or
can
complex
be
implemented
types
of
as
moves.
a
user
program
The
user
may
to
specify
allow
for
software
variables, conditional statements, subroutines and error routines which enable
enhanced motion control.
Termination Modes
A motion can be terminated in a variety of ways. In all but emergency
termination modes the motor will be decelerated gradually to a stop and then
will enter one of the stationary modes (Servo, or Motor Off). In a position
mode move, the motion will terminate naturally upon reaching the desired final
position. In all of the control modes the motion can be terminated by a command
from the host. An additional means of termination is from one of the local
inputs.
Activating the forward and reverse limit switch inputs can be another means
of terminating a move. Upon contacting the switch, the #[ routine will be
activated. This is a user programmed routine that should normally include a
stop command to decelerate the motor to a full stop.
There are two methods of generating an emergency stop. The first is by an
abort command from the host, and the other is by the local abort input. Upon
receipt of either of these commands the system will go immediately to its
stationary mode.
Another
"unnatural"
way
to
terminate
a
motion
is
whenever
an
internal
amplifier inhibit (due to one of the protections) occurs. This turns off the
power stage and the motor will decelerate to a stop by friction only. There are
two modes of handling the internal amplifier inhibit:
Latch Mode
The power stage is disabled and only a reset will release it.
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Auto restart
The power stage inhibit will automatically be released upon clearing the
cause of the inhibit.
Status Reporting
Status is available to the user in several ways.
Communication
In response to the Tell Status command (TS) the DCB sends a coded message
describing the status of the amplifier.
In addition, the host may request certain information at any time. This
consists of the state of the system (GN?, ZR?, PL?, KI?), the state of the
local inputs (TI), the torque level (TT), the current motor position (TP), the
current motor velocity (TV) and the reason for a stop condition (TC).
Refer to the DCB Software Manual for further details.
Hardware signal
Motion complete signal
This output will go to high when motion is complete.
Inhibit output
Whenever the amplifier is inhibited, this open collector output goes to low.
When using Elmo's mother boards a potential free relay replaces the open
collector output.
4-digit display
Whenever a fault occurs, a fault message will be displayed for easy visual
information.
See
chapter
9.1
for
a
summary
of
all
amplifier's
fault
indications.
Define origin modes
The origin is that location at which the absolute position of the motor
equals zero. This special location may be defined in two ways. First, the user
may send a command (DH) which defines the current motor position to be the
origin. The alternate method is to request the DCB to perform the homing
sequence by commanding HM.
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4.5 Operation of the shunt regulator
A shunt regulator is included in the power supply section of the DBP. The
shunt regulator is a switching type, wherein dissipative elements (resistors)
are switched across the DC bus, whenever the voltage reaches a predetermined
level (Vr). The function of the shunt regulator is to regulate the voltage of
the DC bus during the period of motor deceleration, when there is a net energy
outflow from the motor to the amplifier. The amplifier handles this reverse
energy just as efficiently as it provides energy to the motor, hence, most of
the energy is passed through the amplifier to the power supply, where the
returning energy charges the filter capacitors above their normal voltage
level, as determined by the AC incoming voltage.
When the capacitors charge-up reaches the predetermined voltage level (Vr),
the shunt regulator begins its regulating action. The bus is regulated to this
range until regeneration ceases.
All the double Eurocard size amplifiers are equipped with two outputs for
connecting an external shunt resistor , hence increasing the power dissipation
capability.
SHUNT specifications
Type
Reg.
Internal
External Reg.
Voltage
Reg.
Current (A)
(Vr)
Current (A)
DBP-12/135
193
13
N/A
DBP-20/135
193
26
21
DBP-8/270
383
8
N/A
DBP-16/270
383
16
12
DBPF-12/135
193
13
N/A
DBPF-20/135
193
26
N/A
DBPF-30/135
193
26
21
DBPF-8/270
383
8
N/A
DBPF-16/270
383
16
12
DBPF-24/270
383
16
12
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4.6 Commutation signals format
A
B
60 FORMAT (120)
C
300
0
60
(360)
120
180
240
300
360
(0)
60
A
B
30 FORMAT
C
300
0
60
(360)
120
180
240
300
360
(0)
60
Vac
0 +
-
Vba
0 +
-
MOTOR BEMF
+ Vcb
0 -
300
0
60
(360)
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180
240
300
360
(0)
60
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4.7 Protective functions
All the protective functions except "Low Back-up Battery Voltage" activate
an interrupt to the main processor which inhibits the power bridge and disable
current flow to or from the motor. The user can interrogate the processor in
order to verify the cause of the inhibit. An indication of the fault will
appear on the display. The following protections are processed by the DCB:
4.7.1
Short circuit protection
The amplifier is protected against shorts between outputs, or either output
to ground, or either output to the positive supply line.
4.7.2
Under/over voltage protection
Whenever the DC bus voltage is under or over the limits indicated in the
technical specifications, the amplifier will be inhibited.
4.7.3
Temperature protection
Temperature sensor is mounted on the heatsink. If, for any reason, the
temperature exceeds 85 °C the amplifier will be inhibited. The amplifier will
restart when the temperature drops below 80 °C. The user can always interrogate
the DCB about the heatsink temperature by using the command T?.
4.7.4
Internal power supply failure
In any case that the sum of the internal power supplies is below 13V or its
difference higher than 1V, the amplifier will be inhibited.
4.7.5
Loss of commutation feedback
Lack of either of the commutation signals will inhibit the amplifier.
4.7.6
Low back-up Battery voltage
When the battery voltage goes below 2.4V the DCB will send a message on the
communication line and will display "BATT" on the display.
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MOTOR OUTPUTS
+VS
SHUNT
AC
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
CONTROL
AC
RECTIFING,
CURRENT
INRUSH LIMIT
AC
CURRENT SENSING
POWER
COMMON
D1
SUPPLIES
SMPS
SUPPLIES
D2
D3
HA
HB
HC
D6
COMMUTATION
PWM SIGNALS
PROTECTIONS
CURRENT FEED BACK
"HALLS" SIGNALS
"HALL" SIGNAL
PROCESSING
DBP 3U - BLOCK DIAGRAM
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D5
CURRENT PROCESSING
CONTROL
PWM SIGNAL
PROTECTIONS
ISOLATION
CURRENT FEED BACK
D4
28
Display
RS232
BATTERY
BACK UP
MEMORY
RS485
SHORT SIGNAL
Outputs
Buffers
POWER
UNDER / OVER - SIGNAL
Master
Processor
TEMP SIGNAL
Inputs
Buffer
STAGE
Current
Feedback
Aux
Encoder
Buffer
Current
limits
PWM
Analog in
Position
Encoder
Buffer
Processor
CURRENT
AMPLIFIER
MOTOR COMMAND
100K
VELOCITY/ CURRENT MODE
R4
A
.01UF
C1
TO POSITION
PROCESSOR
ENCODER OUTPUTS
RESOLVER
C2
R6
option
OPTION
619K
+V
VELOCITY
FEEDBACK
1K
SIGNAL
OFFSET
OPTION
1M
-V
R7
(TACH OUTPUT WITH RESOLVER OPTION)
100K
R5
100K
TACH INPUT (OPTION)
100K
A
100K
ERROR AMPLIFIER
10K
10K
R2
+
R3
R800
100K
option
10K
INH. OUT 10MA/30V
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29
L1
JC
T2
T1
U130
U120
U123
U114
R713 R802
R712
R119
U115
Y1
U109
U25
R566
U116
U22
U108
U5
N80C196KB-12
JP
U112
C313
U28
C312
U113
JE
DS
HC
U27
HB
HA
1
3
U10
U18
OFF 5
2
4
6
7
ON
RR RR RR R
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
U26
8
9
U20
C1C2
U17
U21
U7
U101
JPR
R500
R501 U100
R502
R503
C139
R508
JR
U9
U21
R800
R509
R510 U103
R511
R705
U106
U11
U29
U107
U8
U102
R504 506
R505 507
U31
D7
R708
C300
518
706
519 513 704
R707
DCB COMPONENTS LAYOUT
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R228
Ref. oscillator output
+V
JR/5
R233
R192
JR/6
Ref. osc. common
C60
C61
C62
R196
R196
JR/9
R193
R197
SIN. INPUT
2K
C67
JR/10
RESOLVER TO
JR/7
R194
COS. INPUT
C68
DIGITAL CONVERTER
2K
R201
JR/8
POSITION
BITS
HA
R242
JPR/8
HB
JPR/9
DS12
R243
HC
JPR/10
R244
HALLS + ENCODER
PROCESSOR
ENCODER A
DS13
JR/2
ENCODER B
JR/3
ENCODER I
DS14
JR/1
DS11
JR/4
1K
Velocity feedback
DCB RESOLVER OPTION BLOCK DIAGRAM
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R200
31
U24
U25
OFF
JR
1
11
12
13
14
200 195 201 228 194
ON
60
67
61
JPR
1
R R R R R R R RR R
c c c c c
68
62 192 197 196 233 193
U30
U22
DS2
10
10
U23
U28
U29
RESOLVER BOARD
COMPONENTS LAYOUT
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5. Terminal Description
5.1 Terminals for Horizontal and Rack mounting versions
POWER BOARD - 3U size
H
R
Function
1
(32a,c)
Motor phase A output. With the DIN connector both pins must be
connected.
2
(30a,c
Motor phase B output. With the DIN connector both pins must be
connected.
3
(28a,c)
Motor phase C output. With the DIN connector both pins must be
connected.
4
(26a,c)
AC supply-phase A. With the DIN connector both pins must be
connected.
5
(24a,c)
AC supply-phase B. With the DIN connector both pins must be
connected.
6
(22a,c)
AC supply-phase C. With the DIN connector both pins must be
connected.
7
(20a,c)
DC power positive (+Vs)
8
(18a,c
DC power common
9
16a,c)
*
10
(14c)
Hall sensor A
11
(12c)
Hall sensor B *
12
(10c)
Hall sensor C *
13
(8c)
+15VDC for Hall sensors supply.
14
(6c)
Circuit common for the Hall sensors supply (Control common).
15
(4c)
24V common - for the fan supply only.
16
(2c)
+24VDC, 400mA for use with brushless fan
*
-1V < Vil < 1V ;
2V < Vih < 30V
Source sink capability - 2mA min.
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Power Board - 6U size - Supplies terminals
H
R
FUNCTION
+VS
4ac,2ac
External shunt resistor connection / +VS.
NC
NOT CONNECTED
SO
8ac
NC
External shunt resistor connection.
NOT CONNECTED
POW
14ac,12ac
POWER COMMON
COM
NC
NOT CONNECTED
AC
20ac,18ac
AC supply-phase A. With the DIN connector all pins must be
connected.
AC
26ac,24ac
AC supply-phase B. With the DIN connector all pins must be
connected.
AC
32ac,30ac
AC supply-phase C. With the DIN connector all pins must be
connected.
Power Board - 6U size - Motor terminals
H
R
FUNCTION
HC
2c
Hall sensor C
HB
4c
Hall sensor B *
HA
6c
Hall sensor A
-FAN
8c
24V common - for the fan supply only
+FAN
10c
+24VDC, 400mA for use with brushless fan
MC
18ac,16ac,14a
Motor phase C output. With the DIN connector all pins must
*
*
be connected.
MB
26c,24ac,22ac
Motor phase B output. With the DIN connector all pins must
be connected.
MA
32ac,30ac,28c
Motor phase A output. With the DIN connector all pins must
be connected.
*
-1V < Vil < 1V ;
2V < Vih < 30V
Source sink capability - 2mA min.
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Control board
H & R
Function
Remarks
1a
Output 6
*
1b
Current monitor
This analog output represents the actual current
in the motor. The scale (in A/V) is:
Ip / 7.5
Ip - Rated peak current of amplifier.
2a
Output 7
*
2b
Velocity / current mode
When input is left open (low level) the analog
selection
part of the amplifier is working in current mode.
when a high level signal is applied (>2V), the
analog part of the amplifier is working as a high
gain velocity amplifier. **
3a
Output 8
*
3b
Motion command (+5V)
This analog output represents the current command
from the position loop to the power amplifier. It
is
useful
for
monitoring
the
position
loop
response.
4a
Circuit common
4b
Circuit common
5a
Fast output 9
*
5b
+5V output
There are several +5V terminals. The accumulative
external load should not exceed 200mA.
6a
Fast output 10
6b
Circuit common
7a
Motion Complete
*
This
output
will
go
to
high
when
motion
is
complete. *
7b
+15V output
100mA.
8a
Inhibit output
Whenever
the
amplifier
is
inhibited,
collector output goes low.
8b
*
**
-15V output
Vol<0.4V,
Voh>4V,
Vil<1V,
Vih>2.4V,
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100mA.
Output level: 0-5V, max output current +5mA
Maximum input voltage: +30VDC
this
open
35
Control board - cont.
H & R
Function
Remarks
9a
Forward limit switch
This committed input activates the #[ subroutine. *
9b
positive
input
of
a
See Appendix C.
differential amplifier.
10a
Reverse limit switch
10b
Negative
input
of
This committed input activates the #[ subroutine.*
a
See Appendix C.
differential amplifier.
11a
Circuit common
11b
Output
of
a
See Appendix C.
differential amplifier.
12a
Home switch
*
12b
Tachogenerator
When using the resolver option this output is the
output/input
velocity monitor with a scale of 8V for maximum
speed. See 7.3.
13a
Abort input
This input must be connected to high level voltage
to enable the amplifier.*
**
13b
Output 1
14a
Circuit common
14b
Output 2
**
15a
Fast input 6
This fast response input can capture events with a
duration of less than 10 µs. An event is defined as
an input voltage transition from low to high. *
15b
Output 3
**
16a
Fast input 7
Same function as Fast Input 6 (15a). *
16b
Output 4
**
17a
Reset input
*
17b
Output 5
**
*
**
Vil<1V,
Vih>2.4V,
Vol<0.4V,
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Maximum input voltage: +30VDC
Output level: 0-5V, max output current +5mA
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Control board - cont.
H & R
Function
Remarks
18a
Analog input
This input is monitored by the main µP. When |Vi|
< 5V, R1=470ohm should be inserted. When |Vi|> 5V,
R1(Kohm)=2Vi-10 should be inserted. The µP always
reads a range of +5V.
18b
Input 1
*
19a
+5V output
There are several +5V terminals. The accumulative
external load should not exceed 200mA.
19b
Input 2
20a
Circuit common
20b
Input 3
21a
Auxiliary encoder input
*
*
(Ay) or pulse input for
Pulse
and
Direction
mode.
21b
Input 4
22a
Auxiliary
*
encoder
complementary
Ay)
or
Pulse
input (-
complementary
and
Direction
mode
22b
Input 5 or Index Input.
If a homing sequence is required, the Index Input
must be connected to Input 5 *
23a
Auxiliary encoder input
(By) or Direction input
for Pulse and Direction
mode
23b
Resolver reference
Max. voltage: 20Vptp or 7Vrms
Max current: 80mA
Max frequency: 20KHz
*
Vil<1V,
Vih>2.4V,
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Control board - cont.
H & R
Function
Remarks
24a
Auxiliary
encoder
complementary input (By)
or
Complementary
Direction
Pulse
input
and
for
Direction
mode
24b
25a
Resolver
reference
The
reference
voltage
to
the
resolver
must
be
common.
taken from terminals 23b and 24b only.
+5V output
There are several +5V terminals. The accumulative
external load should not exceed 200mA.
25b
Cosine signal input.
See 7.3
26a
Circuit common
For the auxiliary encoder
26b
Cosine signal common.
See 7.3
27a
Channel B input
27b
Sine signal input.
28a
Channel -B input
28b
Sine signal common
29a
Channel A input
29b
Circuit common
30a
Channel -A input
30b
Index output
31a
-Index input
31b
Channel B output
32a
Index input
32b
Channel A output
See 7.3
See 7.3
For the main encoder
For resolver option only.
Remark: In the following paragraphs the terminals will be related to all the
mounting types as in the following sample:
H/R-2a,E-J4/13.
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CONTROL BOARD
1
32
b
a
32
POWER BOARD
4 2
c
a
TERMINALS OF DBP
RACK VERSION - 3U SIZE
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TERMINALS LAYOUT
CONTROL BOARD
1
32
b
a
MOTOR OUT AC input
POWER
+VS COM.
HALL
A
SUPPLY FAN
24
~ ~ ~
+15 C - +
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
A
B
C
B
C
DBP - PANEL (H) MOUNTING TYPE
EUROCARD SIZE TYPES
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1
MA
2
MB
3
MC
M4
+FAN
-FAN
HA
HB
HC
15
16
17
18
19
4
AC
5
AC
6
AC
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
32
N.C
POW
COM.
N.C
S.O
N.C
+VS
ab
1
DBP - PANEL (H) MOUNTING TYPE
DOUBLE EUROCARD SIZE TYPE
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32
J1
POWER
2
AC
A
32
32
J3
POWER
CONTROL
2
AC
ab
1
DBP-6U RACK TYPE
CONNECTORS
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5.2 Mother Boards terminals (MBA-DBP/3U and MBA-DBP/6U)
Use: For all DBP amplifiers (3U/6U size) with Resolver or optical encoder
feedback. The encoder outputs are driven by line drivers to improve noise
immunity.
Termination: Screw type terminals for the power and D-type connectors for the
signals.
POWER TERMINALS FOR MBA-DBP/3U
H
R
Function
1
(32a,c)
Motor phase A output. With the DIN connector both pins must be
connected.
2
(30a,c
Motor phase B output. With the DIN connector both pins must be
connected.
3
(28a,c)
Motor phase C output. With the DIN connector both pins must be
connected.
4
(26a,c)
AC supply-phase A. With the DIN connector both pins must be
connected.
5
(24a,c)
AC supply-phase B. With the DIN connector both pins must be
connected.
6
(22a,c)
AC supply-phase C. With the DIN connector both pins must be
connected.
7
(20a,c)
DC power positive (+Vs)
8
(18a,c
DC power common
9
16a,c)
10
Ground, this terminal is connecred through a screw to the rack
chassis.
15
(4c)
24V common - for the fan supply only.
16
(2c)
+24VDC, 400mA for use with brushless fan
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POWER TERMINALS FOR MBA-DBP/6U
Terminal
Function
M1
Motor phase A output.
M2
Motor phase B output.
M3
Motor phase C output.
GND
Ground. This terminal is connected to the ENC chassis.
AC
AC supply-phase A.
AC
AC supply-phase B.
AC
AC supply-phase C.
COM
DC power common
VS
DC power positive
SO
Auxiliary shunt output, for external shunt resistor.
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Signals connector - J1 (MBA-DBP/3U and MBA-DBP/6U)
Pin
Function
1
Channel A input
2
Channel -A input
3
Channel B input
4
Channel -B input
5
-Index input
6
Index input
7
+5V output
Remarks
There are several +5V pins. The accumulative
external load should not exceed 200mA.
8
+15V output
There are several +15V pins. The accumulative
external load should not exceed 100mA.
9
Circuit common
Signals connector - J2 (MBA-DBP/3U and MBA-DBP/6U)
Pin
Function
Remarks
1
Resolver reference
Max. voltage: 20Vptp or 7Vrms
Max current: 80mA
Max frequency: 20KHz
2
Resolver
reference
The reference voltage to the resolver must be
common.
taken from pins 1 and 2 only.
3
Cosine signal input.
See 7.3
4
Cosine signal common.
See 7.3
5
Sine signal input.
See 7.3
6
Sine signal common
See 7.3
7
+15V output
There are several +15V pins. The accumulative
external load should not exceed 100mA.
8
-15V output
There are several -15V pins. The accumulative
external load should not exceed 100mA.
9
Circuit common
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Signals connector - J3 (MBA-DBP/3U and MBA-DBP/6U)
Pin
Function
1
positive
Remarks
input
of
a
See Appendix C.
differential amplifier.
2
Negative
input
of
a
See Appendix C.
differential amplifier.
3
Output
of
a
See Appendix C.
differential amplifier.
4
Circuit common
5
Analog input
This input is monitored by the main µP. When |Vi|
< 5V, R1=470ohm should be inserted. When |Vi|>
5V, R1(Kohm)=2Vi-10 should be inserted. The
µP
always reads a range of +5V.
6
Circuit common
7
Circuit common
8
Current monitor
This analog output represents the actual current
in the motor. The scale (in A/V) is:
Ip / 7.5
Ip - Rated peak current of amplifier.
9
Circuit common
10
+5V output
There are several +5V pins. The accumulative
external load should not exceed 200mA.
11
+15V output
There are several +15V pins. The accumulative
external load should not exceed 100mA.
12
-15V output
There are several -15V pins. The accumulative
external load should not exceed 100mA.
13
Channel B output
14
Channel A output
15
Index output
16
Not connected
17
Inhibit output
For resolver option only.
Relay contact (potential free).
The
relay
contact
is
closed
whenever
the
amplifier is enabled. Contact rating: 0.5A, 200V,
10W.
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Signals connector - J3 - cont.
Pin
Function
Remarks
18
Inhibit output
Relay contact (potential free).
The
relay
contact
is
closed
whenever
the
amplifier is enabled. Contact rating: 0.5A, 200V,
10W.
19
Motion command (+5V)
This analog output represents the current command
from the position loop to the power amplifier. It
is
useful
for
monitoring
the
position
loop
response.
20
Circuit common
21
Reset input
22
Circuit common
23
Tachogenerator
When using the resolver option this output is the
output/input
velocity monitor with a scale of 8V for maximum
*
speed. See 7.3.
24
Circuit common
25
Velocity / current mode
When input is left open (low level) the analog
selection
part of the amplifier is working in current mode.
when a high level signal is applied (>2V), the
analog part of the amplifier is working as a high
gain velocity amplifier. *
26
Not connected
Signals connector - J4 (MBA-DBP/3U and MBA-DBP/6U)
*
Pin
Function
Remarks
1
Input 1
*
2
Input 2
*
3
Circuit common
4
Input 3
*
5
Input 4
*
Vil<1V,
Vih>2.4V,
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Maximum input voltage: +30VDC
47
Signals connector - J4 - cont.
Pin
Function
Remarks
6
Input 5 or Index Input.
If a homing sequence is required, the Index Input
must be connected to Input 5.
7
Circuit common
8
Fast input 6
This fast response input can capture events with
a duration of less than 10 µs. An event is defined
as an input voltage transition from low to high.
9
Fast input 7
10
Circuit common
11
+5V output
Same function as Fast Input 6 (8).
There are several +5V pins. The accumulative
external load should not exceed 200mA.
12
+5V output
There are several +5V pins. The accumulative
external load should not exceed 200mA.
13
Output 7
**
14
+5V output
There are several +5V pins. The accumulative
external load should not exceed 200mA.
15
Output 1
**
16
Output 2
**
17
Output 3
**
18
Circuit common
19
Output 4
**
20
Output 5
**
21
Output 6
**
22
Circuit common
23
Output 9
*
**
Vil<1V,
Vih>2.4V,
Vol<0.4V,
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Voh>4V,
**
Maximum input voltage: +30VDC
Output level: 0-5V, max output current +5mA
*
48
Signals connector - J4 - cont.
Pin
Function
Remarks
24
Output 10
*
25
Motion Complete
This
output
complete.
26
Output 8
will
go
to
high
*
*
Signals connector - J6 (MBA-DBP/3U and MBA-DBP/6U)
Pin
Function
1
Auxiliary
Remarks
encoder
complementary input (By)
or
Complementary
Direction
Pulse
input
and
for
Direction
mode
2
Auxiliary encoder input
(By) or Direction input
for Pulse and Direction
mode
3
Auxiliary encoder input
(Ay) or pulse input for
Pulse
and
Direction
mode.
4
Auxiliary
encoder
complementary
Ay)
or
Pulse
input (-
complementary
and
Direction
mode
*
Vol<0.4V,
Voh>4V,
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Output level: 0-5V, max output current +5mA
when
motion
is
49
Signals connector - J6 - cont.
Pin
Function
5
Auxiliary encoder index
Remarks
input
6
+5V output
There are several +5V pins. The accumulative
external load should not exceed 200mA.
7
+15V output
There are several +15V pins. The accumulative
external load should not exceed 100mA.
8
Circuit common
9
Home switch
*
10
+5V output
There are several +5V pins. The accumulative
external load should not exceed 200mA.
11
Abort input
This
input
must
be
connected
to
high
level
voltage to enable the amplifier. *
12
+5V output
200mA
13
Forward limit switch
This committed input activates the #[ subroutine.
*
14
Reverse limit switch
This committed input activates the #[ subroutine.
*
15
Circuit common
J1A, FAN TERMINALS -
*
(MBA-DBP/6U ONLY)
10
24VDC common - fan only.
11
+24VDC isolated supply for fan (max. 400mA)
Vil<1V,
Vih>2.4V,
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Maximum input voltage: +30VDC
50
Signals connector - J8 (MBA-DBP/3U and MBA-DBP/6U)
1
Channel A output
Main encoder buffered output (20mA, 0-5V)
2
Channel -A output
Main encoder buffered output (20mA, 0-5V)
3
Channel B output
Main encoder buffered output (20mA, 0-5V)
4
Channel -B output
Main encoder buffered output (20mA, 0-5V)
5
Encoder index output
For resolver option only buffered output
(20mA, 0-5V)
6
Encoder -index output
For resolver option only buffered output
(20mA, 0-5V)
7
Circuit common
8
Circuit common
9
Circuit common
10
Hall A
*
11
Hall B
*
12
Hall C
*
13
+15V
There are several +15V pins. The accumulative
external load should not exceed 100mA.
14
+5V output
There are several +5V pins. The accumulative
external load should not exceed 200mA.
15
Circuit common
Remark: In the following paragraphs the terminals will be related to all the
mounting types as in the following sample:
H/R-2a,E-J4/13.
*
-1V < Vil < 1V ;
2V < Vih < 30V
Source sink capability - 2mA min.
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J6
1
1
J8
2
9
1
9
5
8
15
15
26
25
8
J4
10
1
6
9
J1
8
7
9
5
6
1
2
5
4
3
1
6
5
9
2
1
15
25
J2
26
J3
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J7
52
J8
2
1
1
9
9
1
J6
5
8
15
26
25
15
8
J4
1
6
5
9
J1
1
6
5
9
1
2
25
26
J2
J3
10
11
J1A
SO
+VS
POW. COM.
AC
AC
AC
M3
M2
M1
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5.3 Terminals for DBP mounted in ENCD.
POWER TERMINALS FOR MBA-DBP/3UE (3U size)
Terminal
Function
1
Motor phase A output.
2
Motor phase B output.
3
Motor phase C output.
4
AC supply-phase A.
5
AC supply-phase B.
6
AC supply-phase C.
7
DC power positive (+Vs)
8,9
DC power common
10
Ground
11
Ground
POWER TERMINALS FOR MBA-DBP/6UE (6U size)
Terminal
Function
MA
Motor phase A output.
MB
Motor phase B output.
MC
Motor phase C output.
GND
Ground
AC
AC supply-phase A.
AC
AC supply-phase B.
AC
AC supply-phase C.
POW COM
POWER COMMON
+VS
External shunt resistor connection / +VS.
SO
External shunt resistor connection.
Attention:
DC power commons, control commons and fan common are floating with respect to each
other. Do not short them unless specified.
For isolated amplifiers connecting control common to ground is accomplished by
inserting R2 (short resistor) on the mother board.
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Signals connector - J1 (MBA-DBP/3UE and MBA-DBP/6UE)
Pin
Function
1
Channel A input
2
Channel -A input
3
Channel B input
4
Channel -B input
5
-Index input
6
Index input
7
+5V output
Remarks
There are several +5V pins. The accumulative
external load should not exceed 200mA.
8
+15V output
There are several +15V pins. The accumulative
external load should not exceed 100mA.
9
Circuit common
Signals connector - J2 (MBA-DBP/3UE and MBA-DBP/6UE)
Pin
Function
Remarks
1
Resolver reference
Max. voltage: 20Vptp or 7Vrms
Max current: 80mA
Max frequency: 20KHz
2
Resolver
reference
The reference voltage to the resolver must be
common.
taken from pins 1 and 2 only.
3
Cosine signal input.
See 7.3
4
Cosine signal common.
See 7.3
5
Sine signal input.
See 7.3
6
Sine signal common
See 7.3
7
+15V output
There are several +15V pins. The accumulative
external load should not exceed 100mA.
8
-15V output
There are several -15V pins. The accumulative
external load should not exceed 100mA.
9
Circuit common
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Signals connector - J3 (MBA-DBP/3UE and MBA-DBP/6UE)
Pin
Function
1
positive
Remarks
input
of
a
See Appendix C.
differential amplifier.
2
Negative
input
of
a
See Appendix C.
differential amplifier.
3
Output
of
a
See Appendix C.
differential amplifier.
4
Circuit common
5
Analog input
This input is monitored by the main µP. When |Vi|
< 5V, R1=470ohm should be inserted. When |Vi|>
5V, R1(Kohm)=2Vi-10 should be inserted. The
µP
always reads a range of +5V.
6
Circuit common
7
Circuit common
8
Current monitor
This analog output represents the actual current
in the motor. The scale (in A/V) is:
Ip / 7.5
Ip - Rated peak current of amplifier.
9
Circuit common
10
+5V output
There are several +5V pins. The accumulative
external load should not exceed 200mA.
11
+15V output
There are several +15V pins. The accumulative
external load should not exceed 100mA.
12
-15V output
There are several -15V pins. The accumulative
external load should not exceed 100mA.
13
Channel B output
14
Channel A output
15
Index output
16
Not connected
17
Inhibit output
For resolver option only.
Relay contact (potential free).
The
relay
contact
is
closed
whenever
the
amplifier is enabled. Contact rating: 0.5A, 200V,
10W.
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Signals connector - J3 - cont.
Pin
Function
Remarks
18
Inhibit output
Relay contact (potential free).
The
relay
contact
is
closed
whenever
the
amplifier is enabled. Contact rating: 0.5A, 200V,
10W.
19
Motion command (+5V)
This analog output represents the current command
from the position loop to the power amplifier. It
is
useful
for
monitoring
the
position
loop
response.
20
Circuit common
21
Reset input
22
Circuit common
23
Tachogenerator
When using the resolver option this output is the
output/input
velocity monitor with a scale of 8V for maximum
*
speed. See 7.3.
24
Circuit common
25
Velocity / current mode
When input is left open (low level) the analog
selection
part of the amplifier is working in current mode.
when a high level signal is applied (>2V), the
analog part of the amplifier is working as a high
gain velocity amplifier. *
Signals connector - J4 (MBA-DBP/3UE and MBA-DBP/6UE)
*
Pin
Function
Remarks
1
Input 1
*
2
Input 2
*
3
Circuit common
4
Input 3
*
5
Input 4
*
Vil<1V,
Vih>2.4V,
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Maximum input voltage: +30VDC
57
Signals connector - J4 - cont.
Pin
Function
Remarks
6
Input 5 or Index Input.
If a homing sequence is required, the Index Input
must be connected to Input 5.
7
Circuit common
8
Fast input 6
This fast response input can capture events with
a duration of less than 10 µs. An event is defined
as an input voltage transition from low to high.
9
Fast input 7
10
Circuit common
11
+5V output
Same function as Fast Input 6 (8).
There are several +5V pins. The accumulative
external load should not exceed 200mA.
12
+5V output
There are several +5V pins. The accumulative
external load should not exceed 200mA.
13
Output 7
**
14
+5V output
There are several +5V pins. The accumulative
external load should not exceed 200mA.
15
Output 1
**
16
Output 2
**
17
Output 3
**
18
Circuit common
19
Output 4
**
20
Output 5
**
21
Output 6
**
22
Output 8
**
23
Output 9
**
*
**
Vil<1V,
Vih>2.4V,
Vol<0.4V,
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Voh>4V,
Maximum input voltage: +30VDC
Output level: 0-5V, max output current +5mA
*
58
Signals connector - J4 - cont.
Pin
Function
Remarks
24
Output 10
*
25
Motion Complete
This
output
complete.
will
go
to
high
*
Signals connector - J6 (MBA-DBP/3UE and MBA-DBP/6UE)
Pin
Function
1
Auxiliary
Remarks
encoder
complementary input (By)
or
Complementary
Direction
Pulse
input
and
for
Direction
mode
2
Auxiliary encoder input
(By) or Direction input
for Pulse and Direction
mode
3
Auxiliary encoder input
(Ay) or pulse input for
Pulse
and
Direction
mode.
4
Auxiliary
encoder
complementary
Ay)
or
Pulse
input (-
complementary
and
Direction
mode
*
Vol<0.4V,
Voh>4V,
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Output level: 0-5V, max output current +5mA
when
motion
is
59
Signals connector - J6 - cont.
Pin
Function
5
Auxiliary encoder index
Remarks
input
6
+5V output
There are several +5V pins. The accumulative
external load should not exceed 200mA.
7
+15V output
There are several +15V pins. The accumulative
external load should not exceed 100mA.
8
Circuit common
9
Home switch
*
10
+5V output
There are several +5V pins. The accumulative
external load should not exceed 200mA.
11
Abort input
This
input
must
be
connected
to
high
level
voltage to enable the amplifier. *
12
+5V output
200mA
13
Forward limit switch
This committed input activates the #[ subroutine.
*
14
Reverse limit switch
This committed input activates the #[ subroutine.
*
15
Circuit common
J1A, FAN TERMINALS -
*
(MBA-DBP/3UE and MBA-DBP/6UE)
10
24VDC common - fan only.
11
+24VDC isolated supply for fan (max. 400mA)
Vil<1V,
Vih>2.4V,
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Maximum input voltage: +30VDC
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Signals connector - J8 (MBA-DBP/3UE and MBA-DBP/6UE)
1
Channel A output
Main encoder buffered output (20mA, 0-5V)
2
Channel -A output
Main encoder buffered output (20mA, 0-5V)
3
Channel B output
Main encoder buffered output (20mA, 0-5V)
4
Channel -B output
Main encoder buffered output (20mA, 0-5V)
5
Encoder index output
For resolver option only buffered output
(20mA, 0-5V)
6
Encoder -index output
For resolver option only buffered output
(20mA, 0-5V)
7
Circuit common
8
Circuit common
9
Circuit common
10
Hall A
*
11
Hall B
*
12
Hall C
*
13
+15V
There are several +15V pins. The accumulative
external load should not exceed 100mA.
14
+5V output
There are several +5V pins. The accumulative
external load should not exceed 200mA.
15
Circuit common
Remark: In the following paragraphs the terminals will be related to all the
mounting types as in the following sample:
H/R-2a,E-J4/13.
*
-1V < Vil < 1V ;
2V < Vih < 30V
Source sink capability - 2mA min.
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J8
J1
8 CIRCUIT COM.
5 INDEX INPUT
CIRCUIT COM. 15
_
CIRCUIT COMMON 9
7 CIRCUIT COM.
+5V 14
+15V 13
6 INDEX OUT
+15V 8
5 INDEX OUT
+5V 7
5 SIN. SIGNAL INPUT
CIRCUIT COMMON 9
4 CH. B INPUT
_
3 COS. SIGNAL INPUT
+15V 7
2 CH. A INPUT
4 CH B OUT
4 COS. SIGNAL COMMON
-15V 8
3 CH. B INPUT
HALL C 12
HALL B 11
J2
INDEX INPUT 6
2 Vref COMMON
SIN. SIGNAL COMMON 6
1 CH. A INPUT
1 Vref OUTPUT
3 CH B OUT
HALL A 10
2 CH A OUT
CIRCUIT COMMON 9
1 CH A OUT
13 OUT 7
MOTION COMPLETE 25
13 CHA. B OUTPUT
CURRENT/VELOCITY MODE 25
12 +5V
OUT 10 24
12 -15V
CIRUIT COMMON 24
11 +5V
11 +15V
OUT 9 23
10 CIRCUIT COMMON
OUT 8 22
TACHO COMMON 23
10 +5V
CIRUIT COMMON 22
9 INPUT 7
9 CIRCUIT COMMON
OUT 6 21
8 CIRCUIT
. COMMON
CIRCIT COMMON 15
RESET INPUT 21
8 INPUT 6
8 CURRENT MONITOR
OUT 5 20
OUT 4 19
REVERSE LIMIT SW 14
6 +5V
6 CIRCUIT COM.
CIRCUIT COMMON 18
5 INDEX
+5V 12
4 CH. A AUX. INPUT
0UT 3 17
3 CH. A AUX. INPUT
OUT 2 16
INHIBIT OUTPUT 18
4 INPUT 3
INHIBIT OUTPUT 17
4 CIRCUIT COM.
N.C. 16
3 CIRCUIT COMMON
2 CH. B AUX. INPUT
1 CH. B AUX. INPUT
5 INPUT 4
5 ANALOG INPUT
ABROT INPUT 11
+5V 10
7 CIRCUIT COM.
MOTOR COMMAND OUT 19
6 INPUT 5
FORWARD LIMIT SW 13
HOME INPUT 9
CIRUIT COMMON 20
7 CIRCUIT COMMON
7 +15V
3 OUT DIFF. AMP.
OUT 1 15
INDEX OUTPUT 15
1 INPUT 1
CHA. A OUTPUT 14
2 DIFF IN(-)
+5V 14
J6
2 INPUT 2
J4
1 DIFF. IN (+)
J3
CONTROL
COMMON
R2
R2< 1ohm IS USED TO SHORT
J1A
FAN
CONTROL COMMON TO
GROUND WHEN USING
-
+
ISOLATED AMP.
J6
+VS
POWER
MOTOR OUTPUT
AC INPUT
A
1
B
2
C
3
POSITIVE
4
5
6
7
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POWER
COMMON
8
9
10
11
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J8
J1
8 CIRCUIT COM.
5 INDEX INPUT
CIRCUIT COM. 15
CIRCUIT COMMON 9
7 CIRCUIT COM.
+5V 14
+15V 13
6 INDEX OUT
+15V 8
5 INDEX OUT
+5V 7
_
5 SIN. SIGNAL INPUT
CIRCUIT COMMON 9
4 CH. B INPUT
-15V 8
3 CH. B INPUT
_
4 CH B OUT
INDEX INPUT 6
1 CH. A INPUT
4 COS. SIGNAL COMMON
3 COS. SIGNAL INPUT
+15V 7
2 CH. A INPUT
HALL C 12
HALL B 11
J2
2 Vref COMMON
SIN. SIGNAL COMMON 6
1 Vref OUTPUT
3 CH B OUT
HALL A 10
2 CH A OUT
CIRCUIT COMMON 9
1 CH A OUT
13 OUT 7
MOTION COMPLETE 25
12 +5V
OUT 10 24
11 +15V
10 CIRCUIT COMMON
OUT 8 22
TACHO COMMON 23
CIRUIT COMMON 22
9 INPUT 7
CIRCIT COMMON 15
RESET INPUT 21
8 INPUT 6
OUT 4 19
6 +5V
6 INPUT 5
6 CIRCUIT COM.
4 CH. A AUX. INPUT
0UT 3 17
3 CH. A AUX. INPUT
OUT 2 16
INHIBIT OUTPUT 17
3 CIRCUIT COMMON
CONTROL COMMON
3 OUT DIFF. AMP.
2 INPUT 2
INDEX OUTPUT 15
1 INPUT 1
CHA. A OUTPUT 14
2 DIFF IN(-)
J4
1 DIFF. IN (+)
J3
R2<1ohm, is used to short control common to
ground only when ISOLATED amplifier
is used.
MC GND AC
AC
MBA-DBP/6UE
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N.C. 16
+
R2
MA MB
4 INPUT 3
OUT 1 15
+5V 14
_FAN
INHIBIT OUTPUT 18
4 CIRCUIT COM.
2 CH. B AUX. INPUT
1 CH. B AUX. INPUT
5 INPUT 4
5 ANALOG INPUT
ABROT INPUT 11
J6
7 CIRCUIT COM.
MOTOR COMMAND OUT 19
CIRCUIT COMMON 18
5 INDEX
+5V 12
+5V 10
CIRUIT COMMON 20
7 CIRCUIT COMMON
REVERSE LIMIT SW 14
HOME INPUT 9
8 CURRENT MONITOR
OUT 5 20
7 +15V
FORWARD LIMIT SW 13
10 +5V
9 CIRCUIT COMMON
OUT 6 21
8 CIRCUIT
. COMMON
12 -15V
CIRUIT COMMON 24
11 +5V
OUT 9 23
13 CHA. B OUTPUT
CURRENT/VELOCITY MODE 25
AC POW +VS SO
COM.
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5.4 Communication Port Connector
The serial communication is available via a 9 pins D connector (Jc) with the
following pin assignment:
RS232
Pin
Function
2
Receive
3
Transmit
5
Common
When using an IBM XT as an host, pins 4 and 5 should be connected together on the 25
pins D connector (computer side). When using an IBM AT as an host, pins 7 and 8
should be connected together on the 9 pins D connector (computer side).
RS485
Pin
Function
5
Common
6,7
T/R -
8,9
T/R +
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6. Installation procedures
6.1 Mounting
The DBP series dissipates its heat by natural convection except DBPF types
which are fan cooled. For optimum dissipation the amplifiers have to be mounted
with the fins in vertical position.
6.2 Wiring
Proper wiring, grounding and shielding techniques are important in obtaining
proper
servo
operation
and
performance.
Incorrect
wiring,
grounding
or
shielding can cause erratic servo performance or even a complete lack of
operation.
a) Keep motor wires as far as possible from the signal level wiring (feedback
signals, control signals, etc.).
b) If additional inductors (chokes) are required, keep the wires between the
amplifier and the chokes as short as possible.
c) Minimize lead lengths as much as is practical. Although the amplifier is
protected against long (inductive) supply wires it is recommended to keep
the leads as short as possible.
d) Use twisted and shielded wires for connecting all signals (command and
feedback). Avoid running these leads in close proximity to power leads or
other sources of EMI noise.
e) Use a 4 wires twisted and shielded cable for the motor connection.
f) Shield must be connected at one end only to avoid ground loops.
g) All grounded components should be tied together at a single point (star
connection). This point should then be tied with a single conductor to an
earth ground point.
h)
After
wiring
is
completed,
carefully
tightness, good solder joint etc.
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all
conditions
to
ensure
65
6.3 Load inductance
The total load inductance must be sufficient to keep the current ripple
within the limits - 50% of the adjusted continuous current limit. The current
ripple (Ir) can be calculated by using the following equation:
0.5 x Vs
Ir = ----------
(A)
f x L
L - load inductance in mH.
Vs - Voltage of the DC supply in Volts.
f - Frequency in KHz.
If motor inductance does not exceed this value, 3 chokes should be added (to
each motor phase) summing together the required inductance
Lch = L - Lp
Lch - Choke inductance
Lp - Total inductance between two phases (in Y connection it is the sum of two
phases).
6.4 AC power supply
AC power supply can be at any voltage in the range defined within the
technical specifications. It must have the capability to deliver power to the
amplifier
(including
peak
power),
without
significant
voltage
drops.
Any
voltage below the minimum or above the maximum will disable the amplifier.
The recommended AC voltage are:
1.2 x VAC(min) < VAC < 0.9 x VAC(max)
Note - Single phase connection:
When using a single phase supply, voltage drop due to loading is expected.
The magnitude of the voltage drop depends on the load current, motor velocity,
stiffness of the power source and total bus capacitance. It is recommended not
to use single phase connection for output current higher than 20A.
For 3U size amplifiers it is recommended to add external capacitance as
follows:
For 135V units
up to 1200 µF
For 270V units
up to 600 µF
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6.5 Wiring diagrams
6.5.1 Motor's windings
A
Motor
MA
B
MB
C
Chassis
DBP
MC
Heatsink / GND
Minimum acceptance
======================================================================
Power wires twisted together
A
Motor
MA
B
MB
C
Chassis
DBP
MC
Heatsink / GND
Acceptable for most applications
======================================================================
Power wires twisted and shielded
A
Motor
MA
B
MB
C
Chassis
DBP
MC
Heatsink / GND
Optimum wiring, minimum RFI
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6.5.2
AC power wiring
Fuse
Fuse
Fuse
AC
AC
AC
+Vs
DBP + O option
DC power common
Control common
Heatsink
A. Direct connection to the
three phase mains
B. External fuses are needed for 3U size only
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Fuse
Fuse
Fuse
Autotransformer
A. External fuses are needed for 3U size only
B. Using autotransformer with
three phase mains
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AC
AC
DBP + O option
+Vs
DC power common
Control common
Heatsink
68
Guide lines for connecting non-isolated AC supplies
Ground:
Control common
Motor chassis
Amplifier's heatsink
Do not ground:
Power common
(The
power
common
is
a
hot
point
and
any
grounding
will
cause
an
input
rectifier failure).
Caution:
- If source of motor command is grounded, use amplifier's differential input.
Otherwise, a ground loop is created.
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Isolating transformer
Fuse
Fuse
Fuse
AC
AC DBP + I option
AC
+Vs
DC power common
Control common
Heatsink
A. Extenal fuses are needed for 3U size only
Guide lines for connecting an Isolated amplifier with an isolating power transformer
Ground:
DC power common
Control common
Motor chassis
Amplifier's heat sink.
Caution:
- If source of motor command is grounded, use amplifier's differential input.
Otherwise, a ground loop is created.
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Isolating transformer
Fuse
Fuse
Fuse
AC
AC
NON-ISOLATED DBP
AC
+Vs
DC power common is internally
connected to control common
Heatsink
A. External fuses are needed for 3U size only
Guide lines for connecting a non isolated amplifier with an isolating power transformer
Ground:
DC power common
Motor chassis
Amplifier's heat sink
Do not ground:
Control common - It is internally connected to the power common. Grounding the
control common will create a ground loop.
Caution:
- If source of motor command is grounded, use amplifier's differential input.
Otherwise, a ground loop is created.
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DIRECT CONNECTION TO
THE THREE PHASE MAINS
Fuse
AC
Fuse
Fuse
AC
AC
DBP
O option
+Vs
DC power common
Control common
Heatsink
NOTE: DC POWER TERMINALS ARE
CONNECTED IF SINGLE PHASE
IS USED OR IF SHUNT CURRENT
AC
AC
HAS TO BE INCREASED
A. External fuses are needed
for 3U size only
AC
+Vs
To additional
DBPs
DBP
O option
DC power common
Control common
Heatsink
CONNECTING MORE THAN ONE DBP
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ISOLATING
TRANSFORMER
Fuse
AC
DBP
Fuse
Fuse
AC
AC
I option
+Vs
DC power common
NOTE: DC POWER TERMINALS ARE
Control common
Heatsink
CONNECTED IF SINGLE PHASE
IS USED OR IF SHUNT CURRENT
HAS TO BE INCREASED
A. External fuses are needed
AC
AC
for 3U size only
DBP
I option
AC
+Vs
To additional
DBPs
DC power common
Control common
Heatsink
CONNECTING MORE THAN ONE DBP
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ISOLATING
TRANSFORMER
Fuse
Fuse
AC
AC
Fuse
AC
+Vs
NON
ISOLATED DBP
DC POWER COMMON IS
INTERNALLY CONNECTED
TO CONTROL COMMON
Heatsink
NOTE: DC POWER TERMINALS ARE
CONNECTED IF SINGLE PHASE
IS USED OR IF SHUNT CURRENT
AC
AC
HAS TO BE INCREASED
A. External fuses are needed
AC
+Vs
for 3U size only
To additional
DBPs
NON
ISOLATED DBP
DC POWER TERMINAL IS
INTERNALLY CONNECTED
TO CONTROL COMMON
Heatsink
CONNECTING MORE THAN ONE DBP
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Fuse
Fuse
External
capacitance
AC
AC
DBP
AC
+Vs
DC power common
Control common
Heatsink
SINGLE PHASE CONNECTION
See chapter 6.4 for details
All rules about supply connections described in the previous pages are also valid
for multi-IBP and/or
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AC
AC
DBP
AC
+Vs
For 135V types the standard value of
Rex is 9.1ohm/225Watt
Rex
SO
For 270V types the standard value of
Control common
Rex is 33ohm/225Watt
Heatsink
CONNECTING THE EXTERNAL SHUNT RESISTOR
DOUBLE EUROCARD SIZE ONLY
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6.5.3
Hall sensors wiring
HALL SENSORES CONNECTION
HALL SENSORES
HALL A
HALL B
HALL C
+15V
GND
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
J8
REMARK:
TWISTED PAIR
SHIELDING
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6.5.4
RS232 Communication wiring
RS232 COMMUNICATION
JC
5
9
4
8
3
7
2
6
1
T
R
COMPUTER
RXD
TXD
NOTE:
SHIELDING MUST BE CONNECTED AT COMPUTER END ONLY
SYMBOLS:
TWISTED PAIR
SHIELDING
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6.5.5
RS485 Communication wiring
RS 485 COMMUNICATION
JC
5
9
4
8
3
7
2
6
1
COMPUTER
T/RT/R+
AMP. No 1
NOTES:
1. SHIELDING MUST BE CONNECTED AT COMPUTER END ONLY
2. PIN No.1 TRANSMIT/RECEIVE CONTROL
3. PIN No.4 +5V
SYMBOLS:
TWISTED PAIR
SHIELDING
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RS485 COMMUNICATION
JC
5
9
4
8
3
7
2
6
1
COMPUTER
T/RT/R+
AMP. No 1
JC
5
9
4
8
3
7
2
6
1
AMP. No 2
AMP. No 32
JC
5
9
4
8
3
7
2
6
1
NOTES:
1. SHIELDING MUST BE CONNECTED AT COMPUTER
END ONLY.
2. PIN No.1 TRANSMIT/RECEIVE CONTROL
3. PIN No.4 +5V
SYMBOLS:
TWISTED PAIR
SHIELDING
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6.5.6
Main encoder wiring
ENCODER CONNECTION
J1
5
I
9
4
B
8
3
A
7
2
ENCODER
6
1
+V
DIFFERENTIAL ENCODER CONNECTION
J1
5
9
8
4
I
I
3
B
7
2
B
1
A
6
ENCODER
A
+V
NOTES:
1.THIS CONNECTION IS FOR AN ENCODER WITH +5V SUPPLY.
FOR AN ENCODER OF +15V SUPPLY, USE J1 PIN 8 INSTEAD OF PIN 7.
2.THE METAL FRAME OF J1 IS INTERNALLY CONNECTED TO THE DCB
COMMON. THE SHIELDING SHOULD BE CONNECTED EITHER
TO J1 PIN 9 OR TO THE METAL FRAME OF J1.
SYMBOLS:
TWISTED PAIR
SHIELDING
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6.5.7
Resolver wiring
RESOLVER CONNECTION
RESOLVER
J2
9
8
7
6
S3
S1
S4
S2
R2
R1
5
4
3
2
1
NOTES:
1. PIN No 7 = +15V
2. PIN No 8 = -15V
3. PIN 9 AND THE METAL FRAME OF J2 ARE INTENALLY CONNECTED
TO THE DCB COMMON. THE SHIELDINGS OF ALL THE PAIRS
SHOULD BE CONNECTED EITHER TO J2 PIN 9 OR TO THE
FRAME OF J2.
SYMBOLS:
TWISTED PAIR
SHIELDING
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6.5.8
Auxiliary encoder wiring
AUXILIARY ENCODER CONNECTION
J6
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
+V
I
ENCODER
A
B
DIFFERENTIAL AUXILIARY
ENCODER CONNECTION
J6
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
+V
I
I
ENCODER
A
A
B
B
NOTES:
1.THIS CONNECTION IS FOR AN ENCODER WITH +5V SUPPLY.
FOR AN ENCODER OF +15V SUPPLY, USE J6 PIN 7 INSTEAD OF PIN 6.
2.THE METAL FRAME OF J6 AND PIN 8 ARE INTERNALLY CONNECTED TO
THE DCB COMMON. THE SHIELDING SHOULD BE CONNECTED EITHER
TO J6 PIN 8 OR TO THE METAL FRAME OF J6.
SYMBOLS:
TWISTED PAIR
SHIELDING
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6.5.9
Pulse/Direction signals wiring
PULSE & DIRECTION INPUT CONNECTION
J6
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
CONTROLLER
PULSE
DIRECTION
DIFFERENTIAL PULSE & DIRECTION
INPUT CONNECTION
J6
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
CONTROLLER
- PULSE
PULSE
DIRECTION
- DIRECTION
NOTES:
1.THE METAL FRAME OF J6 AND PIN 8 ARE INTERNALLY CONNECTED TO
THE DCB COMMON. THE SHIELDING SHOULD BE CONNECTED EITHER
TO J6 PIN 8 OR TO THE METAL FRAME OF J6.
SYMBOLS:
TWISTED PAIR
SHIELDING
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7. Start - Up Procedures
7.1 Common procedures for all amplifiers types
7.1.1 Commutation signals format
Select the position of DIP switch 1 on the upper board of the power stage
according to the commutation signal format the motor has.
DS1 positions:
ON (down): 30°
OFF (up): 60°
For all Resolver versions it should be 60 °.
7.1.2
CFM function
Select the position of DIP switch 2 on the upper board of the power stage
according
to
the
motor's
rated
current.
If
it
is
less
than
20%
of
the
amplifier's rated current select:
DS2 to ON (down)
Otherwise,
DS2 to OFF (up) - No CFM
7.1.3
Abort logic
Make sure that the Abort input is connected to a High (logic) voltage
source.
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7.1.4
Setting the auxiliary position input format
This step is valid only for those applications that need to use the auxiliary
position input. You may skip this step if you do not use it.
When using an Optical encoder
Set DS 7 to OFF
When a the encoder has differential outputs:
Set DS 4 and 5 to OFF
Otherwise they should be ON.
When using Pulse and Direction signals
Set DS 7 to ON
7.1.5
Selecting the communication bus
Select the desired communication bus as follows:
For RS232:
Set DS9 to OFF
For RS485:
Set DS9 to ON
7.1.6
Preparing the automatic baud rate selection
The DCB baud rate will automatically match the host baud rate when DS1 is
set to ON.
Set DS1 to ON
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7.2 Setting the main optical encoder format
When a differential encoder is used:
Set DS 2,3,6 to OFF
Otherwise they should be ON.
7.3 Setting the R/D circuit
Set DS 2,3,6 to ON
The Resolver interface circuit consists of three basic blocks:
R/D converter
The R/D conversion is done by a variable resolution, monolithic converter
type 2S82 of Analog Devices. It accepts two signals from the Resolver (sine and
cos.) and converts them into binary position data bits. The resolution of the
position bits is user selectable 10, 12 ,14 and 16 (only for standard encoder
resolution). In addition, the R/D creates a signal that is proportional to the
Resolver velocity. This signal is being used as a velocity feedback.
EPROM
The EPROM creates "Hall" signals by mapping the position data bits accepted
from R/D into suitable Hall signals to operate a specific brushless motor. In
addition, the encoder index (marker) signal is also produced from the EPROM.
The EPROM is designated as follows:
2
4
X S STD
Encoder resolution
Resolver's poles number
Ratio of motor/resolver
poles numbers
Commutation address
R/D resolution
X=User selectable, 0=10 bits
2=12 bits, 4=14 bits, 6=16 bits
In the S (standard) version zero crossing of phases B C occurs at position
address "0" of the Resolver.
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Oscillator
Creates sinusoidal waveform signal to excite the primary of the Resolver.
Oscillator Frequency/Amplitude Selection (R228,R233)
The frequency (fr) and amplitude (Vr) needed to excite the Resolver are
taken from the Resolver data sheet.
Selecting the frequency:
R228 = 110/fr
(Kohm)
0.1KHz < fr (KHz) < 20KHz
Selecting the amplitude:
Pay attention that the RMS amplitude does not exceed 7Vrms or that the peakto-peak (ptp) value is within the range of
2V < Vrptp < 20V. For Vr in
peak-to-peak value:
R233 = 6/(Vr - 2)
(Kohm)
For Vr in RMS value:
R233 = 6/(2.82Vr - 2)
(Kohm)
Reference Voltage level to R/D (R192)
In order to adjust the reference voltage input level to 2Vrms, select R192
as follows:
R192 = 50 x (Vr rms - 2)
For Vrrms <2V, install R192=100 ohm.
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Signal input level (R193,R194)
The R/D inputs (Vin rms) are adjusted to the sin/cos. Resolver outputs by:
Resolver output = Vin rms = Vrrms x Transformation ratio
R193 = R194 = Vin rms - 2 - R stator
(Kohm)
(Rstator in Kohm).
When Vin rms<2V, install R193=R194=100 ohm.
The standard R/D converter will not operate for Vin rms<1.8V. Consult factory
for OEM applications.
Velocity Signal
The tracking converter technique generates an internal signal at the output of
the integrator that is proportional to the rate of change of the input angle.
This dc analog output (velocity signal) is buffered and represented at terminal
H/R-12b,E-J3/23. Max output voltage is +8V.
This velocity signal can be internally connected to the summing junction of
the error amplifier by inserting R7 - see Appendix B for more details. However,
the standard procedure does not require closing the velocity loop.
Select maximum actual velocity of the application and calculate the maximum
tracking rate T of the Resolver as follows:
T = rpm x Q / 120
T unit is rps: Resolver electrical revolution per second
Q - number of poles of Resolver ;
rpm -
mechanical revolution per minute.
Selecting the Resolution
The resolution can be selected to be 10,12,14 or 16 bits by use of DIP
switches 13 and 14. When selecting the resolution the rps limits should not be
exceeded:
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10 bit = 1040
rps
12 bit =
260
rps
14 bit =
65
rps
16 bit =
16.5rps
Resolution
DS13
DS14
10
ON
ON
12
ON
OFF
14
OFF
ON
16
OFF
OFF
Note:
-
Each
resolution
change
must
be
followed
by
new
components
selection
procedure.
- When changing resolution under dynamic conditions, a period of uncertainty
will exist before position and velocity data is valid.
Encoder resolution
In the STD mode (DS12 OFF), the encoder signals A,B are created by the EPLD
and can have only the following basic resolutions (for 2 pole Resolver):
256 for 10 bits
1024 for 12 bits
4096 for 14 and 16 bits
When
the
Resolver
is
more
than
2
poles,
the
resolution
for
one
shaft
rotation will be:
Er = QxS / 8
Q = number of Resolver poles ;
S = resolution of converter (2 10,212,or 214)
When
different
encoder
resolution
is
needed
the
encoder
signals
generated by the EPROM and the R/D resolution is no longer user selectable.
This option requires
- DS12 at ON
- Special EPROM which is programmed for this resolution.
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HF Filter (R195, R196, C61, C62)
The function of the HF filter is to reduce the amount of noise present on
the signal inputs to the 2S82, reaching the Phase Sensitive Detector and
affecting the outputs. Values should be chosen so that
15Kohm < R195=R196 < 30Kohm
160x10 3
C61 = C62 = -----------R195 x
(pF)
fr
fr = Reference frequency in KHz
R195 in Kohm
This filter gives an attenuation of 3 times at the input to the phase
sensitive detector.
AC Coupling of Reference Input (C60)
Select C60 so that there is no significant phase shift at the reference
frequency. That is,
10 6
C60 = --------------
100 x R192
(pF)
fr(KHz) x Rx
Rx = ------------
(Kohm)
100 + R192
R192 in Kohm
If Rx yields less than 50K, install a value of Rx=50K in the C60 equation.
Maximum Tracking Rate (R201)
The VCO input resistor R201 sets the maximum tracking rate of the converter
and hence the velocity scaling as at the maximum tracking rate, the velocity
output will be 8V.
Decide on your required maximum tracking rate, "T" , in revolutions per
second. Note that "T" must not exceed the specified maximum tracking rate or
1/16 of the reference frequency.
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R201 = 5.92 x 10 7 / T x p
where p =
(Kohm)
bit per rev
=
1,024 for 10 bits resolution
=
4,096 for 12 bits
= 16,384 for 14 bits
= 65,536 for 16 bits
Closed Loop Bandwidth Selection (C67, C68, R200)
a. Choose the Closed Loop 3dB Bandwidth (f bw) required ensuring that
fref > 10 x f bw
Recommended bandwidth values:
250Hz for 3KHz
300Hz for 5KHz
500Hz for 10KHz
b. Select C67 so that
2.5x10
C67 =
9
------------R201 x f bw2
(pF)
with R201 in Kohm and f bw in Hz as selected above.
c. C68 is given by
C68 = 40 x C67
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d. R200 is given by
127 x 10 7
R200 = -------------
(Kohm)
f bw x C68
fbw in Hz, C68 in pF
R200 value should be at least three times R197.
Gain Scaling Resistor (R197)
R197 should be installed according the following table:
536Kohm for 10 bits resolution
130Kohm for 12 bits
33Kohm for 14 bits
8.2Kohm for 16 bits
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8. Applying power - Adjustments
Important remarks:
A. If all the previous steps were accomplished you may now disconnect the motor
leads, turn the power on and continue with the following adjustments.
Step 1 - Applying Power
Apply power and check for LED Vs of the DCB that should be "ON", indicating
that the system supplies are present. The display should read: "F-OK". If you
get another message, refer to the following table to find the cause of the
problem. Turn the power off, clear the cause of the problem and re-power the
unit.
Event
Display
Display
after
Recurring
*
DIP switch 1 - ON
BAUD
OK
Load is under cont. current limit
CLIM
C-OK
Battery Low
BATT
B-OK
Abort condition (hardware only)
ABRT
A-OK
Amplifier's power stage disabled *
AMPD
H-OK
-15V out of limits
-15V
F-OK
Under or Over Voltage
VOLT
F-OK
+15V out of limits
+15V
F-OK
Over Temperature
TEMP
F-OK
Commutation problem
CMMT
F-OK
Short condition at the power outputs
SHRT
F-OK
The AMPD message appears in two cases:
1. When MO (Motor Off) command is given.
2. Position error exceeds the allowed value.
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Step 2 - Establishing the communication
Press CR (carriage return) in the host several times until the DCB sends the
message "Communication OK".
If you want to "lock" the baud rate in the DCB:
- Turn off the power and remove the amplifier from the rack if it is a rack
version.
- Set DS1-OFF.
Now the baud rate you selected is stored in the SRAM.
It is possible to change DS1 at any time. However, the DCB will notice the change
only upon power on or hardware reset.
Step 3 - Checking the feedback elements
- Turn on the power.
-
Rotate
the
motor
shaft
manually
and
interrogate
the
position
with
the
instruction:
TP (CR)
The controller response should vary as the motor is turned. If this does not
occur, check the feedback signals.
- When using the auxiliary encoder input, rotate the auxiliary encoder and
interrogate the position with the instruction: PY.
The controller response should vary as the encoder is turned. If this does
not occur, check the feedback signals. The DCB is counting quadrature pulses.
This means that for encoders or resolvers the answer for a TP command will be 4
times the number of basic encoder pulses and for
Pulse/Direction mode it will
be twice the number of pulses.
Step 4 - Adjusting the current limits
Defining the amplifier type
- Define the maximum current of the amplifier by the instruction:
MCn
n - rated peak current of the amplifier in A as given in the table of chapter
3.
For example: n is 48 for DBPF-24/270
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Current limit adjustments
- Define the continuous current limit by the instruction:
CLn.m
(n.m - current in A)
- Define the peak current limit by the instruction:
PLn.m
(n.m - current in A)
- Define the maximum peak current duration by the instruction:
PDn.m
(n.m - seconds)
Step 5 - Latch mode of the protective functions
All the protective functions activate internal inhibit. There are two modes
of resetting the amplifier after the cause of the inhibit disappears:
Self Restart: (LM0)
The amplifier is inhibited only for the period that the inhibit cause is
present.
Latch (LM1)
Each failure latches the Inhibit and the failure message on the display. For
restart (after clearing the failure source), reset has to be performed by
applying logic 0 at the reset input (H/R-17a,E-J3/21), or by turning the power
off and on.
For safety reason it is recommended to use the amplifier in the LATCH MODE - LM1
Step 6 - Connecting the Motor
- Turn off the power.
- Connect the leads of the motor.
- Turn on the power.
For proper operation, the system must have negative feedback. If the motor
remains in the same position and returns to the same position when you turn the
motor shaft and let go, then the position feedback is negative as required. If
the motor runs away you have positive feedback. To correct the feedback, just
reverse the encoder leads.
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9. Tables and Summaries
9.1 Display diagnostics
Each amplifier's fault is stored immediately in the DCB RAM. In addition to
that, a Failure Message is displayed. Following are all the valid Display
Messages:
Event
Display
Display
after
Recurring
DIP switch 1 - ON
BAUD
OK
Load is under cont. current limit
CLIM
C-OK
Battery Low
BATT
B-OK
Abort condition (hardware only)
ABRT
A-OK
Amplifier's power stage disabled *
AMPD
H-OK
-15V out of limits
-15V
F-OK
Under or Over Voltage
VOLT
F-OK
+15V out of limits
+15V
F-OK
Over Temperature
TEMP
F-OK
CMMT
F-OK
SHRT
F-OK
Commutation
problem
(for
brushless
drives
only)
Short condition at the power outputs
*
The AMPD message appears in two cases:
1. When MO (Motor Off) command is given.
2. Position error exceeds the allowed value.
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9.2 Summary of DIP switches
Power stage board
(2 poles DIP switch)
DIP switch
OFF (UP)
ON (DOWN)
DS1
60° commutation signals format
30° commutation signals format
DS2
No CFM
Activate CFM
Control stage board
(9 poles DIP switch)
DIP switch
ON
OFF
DS1
Auto-selection of Baud rate
Latch last value
DS2
Non-differential channel A
Diff. input of channel A
DS3
Non-differential channel B
Diff. input of channel B
DS4
Non-differential channel Ay
Diff. input of channel Ay
DS5
Non-differential channel By
Diff. input of channel By
DS6
Non-differential index
Diff. index
DS7
Pulse/Direction format
Encoder channels format
DS8
N/C
DS9
RS485
RS232
4 poles DIP switch (for Resolver)
Switch
OFF
ON
DS11
Tacho signal disconnected
Tacho
signal
connected
to
error
amplifier.
DS12
Standard encoder resolution
Non-standard encoder resolution
DS13
14 bit resolution (DS14-ON)
10 bit resolution (DS14-ON)
16 bit resolution (DS14-OFF)
12 bit resolution (DS14-OFF)
12 bit resolution (DS13-ON)
10 bit resolution (DS13-ON)
16 bit resolution (DS13-OFF)
14 bit resolution (DS13-OFF)
DS14
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Appendix A - Current loop response
In most applications it is not necessary to adjust the current loop to
achieve the optimum response. When there are extreme electrical parameters in
the armature circuit (inductance and resistance) the standard components values
of 0.01µF for C1 and 100Kohm for R4 may not yield with the optimum response.
The current loop should be optimized as follows:
- Insert R7 (1K) to connect the tacho input to the error amplifier. The
amplifier must not be configured into velocity mode. If the resolver option
is used, make sure that DS11 is OFF.
- Apply power to the amplifier and send the command BA.
- Provide the tacho input H/R-12b,E-J3/23 with a bi-directional square wave
current command (100-200Hz, +2.0V waveform is often employed).
- Monitor the load current either by a current probe or by the current monitor.
If
the
current
response
is
not
critically
damped,
use
the
following
procedure:
- Short circuit C1 with a short jumper wire.
- Replace R4 with a decade resistance box. Initially set the box resistance at
10Kohm.
- Apply the square wave test signal to the amplifier input.
- Apply power, and while monitoring the load current, gradually increase the
value of the box resistance until optimum response as depicted in Fig A-1 is
achieved.
- Substitute the closest standard value discrete resistor for R4 and remove the
decade resistance box.
- Remove the shorting jumper across C1, and again check the response using the
square wave test signal.
- If the previous step does not yield satisfactory results, if unacceptable
overshooting has been noted, substitute a larger value than 0.01 µF; or, if
the
response
is
overdamped,
substitute
a
smaller
value
than
Repetition of this procedure should yield an optimum choice for C1.
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0.01 µF.
99
Reference input signal
C1 too large / R4 too small
Critically damped
C1 too small / R4 too large
Fig. A-1
Typical current response waveforms
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100
Appendix B - Adding a velocity feedback
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Appendix C - Differential amplifier connection
The differential amplifier is provided for your optional use. It can be used
for buffering, inverting or elimination of common mode signals.
The differential amplifier inputs are available at terminals H/R-9b,E-J3/1,
H/R-10b,E-J3/2. Terminal H/R-10b,E-J3/2 is the inverting input, terminal H/R9b,E-J3/1 is the non-inverting input. The output is on terminal H/R-11b,E-J3/3.
The differential amplifier can be internally connected to the summing junction
by inserting R800.
The differential amplifier may be used as a buffer or as an eliminator of
common mode signals. For a non-inverting buffer amplifier, connect the positive
signal lead to terminal H/R-9b,E-J3/1 and the negative signal lead to terminal
H/R-10b,E-J3/2, and connect terminal H/R-10b,E-J3/2 to the circuit common. For
an inverting buffer amplifier, connect the positive signal lead to terminal
H/R-10b,E-J3/2, the negative signal lead to terminal H/R-9b,E-J3/1, and connect
terminal H/R-9b,E-J3/1 to the circuit common. The output of the differential
amplifier is given by:
10xV 1
10
Vo = ----------- x ( 1 + --- )
10 + R3
R2
10xV 2
-
------R2
V1 - Input voltage of terminal H/R-9b,E-J3/1.
V2 - Input voltage of terminal H/R-10b,E-J3/2.
V1max < 10 + R3;
See schematic in chapter 4.
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V 2max < 100/R2
102
DIMENSIONAL DRAWINGS
IN THE FOLLOWING DRAWINGS ALL THE DIMENSIONS ARE IN MILLIMETERS.
PANEL (H), DBP1................................ ................... 104
PANEL (H), DBP2................................ ................... 107
PANEL (H), DBP3................................ ................... 110
PANEL (H), DBP4................................ ................... 113
PANEL (H), DBP6................................ ................... 116
RACK 3U/13T................................ ....................... 119
RACK 3U/20T................................ ....................... 122
RACK 6U/14T................................ ....................... 125
RACK 6U/21T................................ ....................... 128
ENCD - 3U/................................... ..................... 130
ENCD - 6U/................................... ..................... 131
EXTERNAL SHUNT RESISTOR ................................ ...........132
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103
PANEL (H), DBP1
BATTERY
187
169
9
12.5
85
110
DBP1 - TOP VIEW
DBP - Rev 6/93
104
OFF
1 2
ON
52.5
9.6
4.0
187
DBP1 - SIDE VIEW 1
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18.6
66
105
111.76
32
1
b
a
32.3
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 1516
66
1.6
9
8
5
4
DBP1 - SIDE VIEW 2
DBP - Rev 6/93
106
PANEL (H), DBP2
BATTERY
200
182
9
10
16
5
17
70
109
DBP2 - TOP VIEW
DBP - Rev 6/93
107
OFF
1 2 ON
OFF
1
2
ON
85.5
102
9.6
51.2
200
GROUNDING
SCREW M4
DBP2 - SIDE VIEW 1
DBP - Rev 6/93
108
111.76
32
1
b
a
32.3
1 2 3 4
5 6
7
8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
1.6
9.64
M4
42
40
2
DBP2 - SIDE VIEW 2
DBP - Rev 6/93
102
109
PANEL (H), DBP3
BATTERY
200
182
JL
SEE
DETAIL A
25
205
245
DETAIL A.
5
10
10
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DBP3 - TOP VIEW
110
OFF
1 2
ON
9.64
1
102
2
14.64
14.64
56.64
200
GROUNDING
SCREW M4
DBP3 - SIDE VIEW 1
DBP - Rev 6/93
111
245.11
111.76
32
1
b
a
1
2
3
FAN
MA
MB
MC
+
-
HA HB HC
AC
AC
AC
32.3
NC
P.C
NC SO NC
+VS
1.6
14.6
105
M4
40
2
DBP3 - SIDE VIEW 2
DBP - Rev 6/93
112
PANEL (H), DBP4
BATTERY
187
173.5
4
15
215
245
DBP4 - TOP VIEW
DBP - Rev 6/93
113
SIDE VIEW
OFF
1 2
ON
9.64
1 2
72.54
14.64
14.64
23.64
4.0
187
DBP4 - SIDE VIEW 1
DBP - Rev 6/93
114
245.11
111.76
1
32
b
a
1
2
3
MA
MB
MC
FAN
+ - HA HBHC
AC
AC
AC
32.3
NC
P.C NCSO NC +VS
72.54
1.6
14.64
9
DBP4 - SIDE VIEW 2
DBP - Rev 6/93
115
PANEL (H), DBP6
SEE DETAIL A
BATTERY
205
POWER
CONN.
74
FAN
AIR FLOW
182
200
5
10
DBP6 - TOP VIEW
10
DETAIL A.
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294
116
FRONT VIEW
130
182
200
DBP6 - SIDE VIEW 1
DBP - Rev 6/93
117
32
1
b
a
130
75
294
DBP6 - SIDE VIEW 2
DBP - Rev 6/93
118
RACK 3U/13T
OFF
1 2 ON
OFF
ON
1 2
51.54
65.84
2.4
9.64
162.54
17.64
KEYING PIN
DBP RACK MOUNTING (3U/ 13T)
SIDE VIEW 1
DBP - Rev 6/93
119
111.76
1
b
a
32
32.3
65.84
C
2A
32
1.6
9.64
8
3
5.5
KEYING PIN
DBP RACK MOUNTING (3U/ 13T)
SIDE VIEW 2
DBP - Rev 6/93
120
POWER
E
L
M O
9
6
5
1
FRONT PANEL FOR DBP 3U/13T
DBP - Rev 6/93
121
RACK 3U/20T
OFF
1 2 ON
101.4
1
83.54
2.4
9.64
KEYING PIN
49.64
162.54
DBP RACK MOUNTING (3U/20T)
SIDE VIEW 1
DBP - Rev 6/93
122
111.76
32
1
b
a
32.3
2
32
C
A
1.6
9.64
KEYING PIN
3
101.4
5.5
DBP RACK MOUNTING (3U/ 20T)
SIDE VIEW 2
DBP - Rev 6/93
123
101.4
POWER
E
L
M O
128.7
9
6
5
1
FRONT PANEL FOR DBP 3U/ 20T
DBP - Rev 6/93
124
RACK 6U/14T
189
OFF
1 2
9.64
ON
70.92
32.3
56.54
14.64
1.6
14.64
162.5
180
DBP RACK MOUNTING (6U/14T)
SIDE VIEW 1
DBP - Rev 6/93
22.64
8.5
125
262
111.76
32
1
b
a
32.3
32
C
2A
32
C
2 A
71
1.6
14.6
8
DBP RACK MOUNTING (6U/14T)
SIDE VIEW 2
DBP - Rev 6/93
126
70.92
POWER
E
L
M O
9
5
262
6
1
FRONT PANEL FOR DBP 6U/14T
DBP - Rev 6/93
127
RACK 6U/21T
2.4
OFF
1 2 ON
9.64
32.3
14.64
1.6
14.64
106.5
88.54
54.64
162.5
180
DBP RACK MOUNTING (6U/21T)
SIDE VIEW 1
DBP - Rev 6/93
8.5
128
POWER
E
L
M
O
9
6
5
1
FRONT PANEL FOR DBP 6U/21T
DBP - Rev 6/93
129
ENCD - 3U/...
ENCD - 3U/...
FRONT VIEW
SIDE VIEW
11
11
5
10
95
POWER
E
272.5
L
M
O
132.5
265.5
9
6
5
1
45.0
5
POWER
7.5
11
X
11
222
20
Standard Sizes
12T
X 62.0
16T
20T
24T
36T
82.3
102.7
123.0
184.0
NOTE:
ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN mm.
DBP - Rev 6/93
For non-standard sizes:
X = 5.08 x n + 1mm
130
ENCD - 6U/...
ENCD - 6U/...
11
FRONT VIEW
SIDE VIEW
11
POWER
E L M O
400
9 5
6
406.5
1
POWER
5
7.5
7.5
11
20
NOTES:
DBP - Rev 6/93
X
11
20
1. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN mm.
2. X = n x 5.08+1, n = number of T
222
234
131
EXTERNAL SHUNT RESISTOR
EXTERNAL SHUNT RESISTOR (ESR)
TOP VIEW
7.14
15.9
11.9
SIDE VIEW
14.3
.508
31.75
9.5
FRONT VIEW
4.4
15.9
54
38
22.2
293.7
316
DBP - Rev 6/93
67
132
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