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User Manual - Physik Instrumente
VT-80 Translation Stage 01.1
User Manual
Order no.
6230-9-
DC-B-026
1
2Phase-041
2
VT-80 Translation Stage
25 mm (xy mounted at PI miCos)
1
50 mm
2
75 mm
3
100 mm
4
150 mm
5
200 mm
6
300 mm
8
Single axis
0
25 mm xy mounted
1
Order no. 6230-9-
User Manual
Version: 01.002
Date: 13.04.2017
02.2 VT-80 Translation Stage
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VT-80 Translation Stage 03.3
4.7
CONTENTS
Technical Features
4.7.1 Technical Features
1.
2.
4.7.2 Motors
ABOUT THIS DOCUMENT
1.1
Objective and Target Group of this User Manual
1.2
Symbols and Typographic Conventions
1.3
Other Applicable Documents
SAFETY
4.7.3 Limit Switch
4.7.4 Connector
4.7.5 Technical Data
4.8
5.
Ambient Conditions
INSTALLATION
2.1
Intended Use
5.1
General Notes on Installation
2.2
General Safety Instructions
5.2
Mounting the Stage
2.2.1 Organizational Measures
5.3
Affixing the Load
2.2.2 Measures during Installation
2.2.3 Measures during Start-Up
6.
2.2.4 Measures during Operation
START-UP
6.1
General Notes on Start-Up
2.2.5 Measures during Maintenance
3.
UNPACKING
4.
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
4.1
Features and Application Area
4.2
Model Overview
4.3
Product View
4.4
Safety Instructions
4.5
Scope of Delivery
4.6
Optional Accessories
7.
MAINTENANCE
8.
TROUBLESHOOTING
9.
CUSTOMER SERVICE
10. OLD EQUIPMENT DISPOSAL
11. EU DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
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04.4 VT-80 Translation Stage
1.
1.1
ABOUT THIS DOCUMENT
Other Applicable Documents
All specifications in this user manual refer only to the standard products that
All products and programs from PI miCos mentioned in this documentation
are included in the PI-miCos catalog. Any special features that are different,
are described in separate user manuals.
in particular special requests from customers, are supplied with the user
The latest versions of the user manuals can be obtained from our customer
manual as additional documentation in the form of "Technical Notes".
service department (see chapter 9).
Objective and Target Group of this User Manual
•
•
Basic knowledge on servo systems, motion control concepts and
applicable safety measures is assumed.
•
2.
SAFETY
2.1
Intended Use
This user manual contains all information required for the intended use
of the VT-80.
The latest version of the user manual and answers to any questions can
be obtained from our customer service department (see chapter 9)
1.2
1.3
Symbols and Typographic Conventions
The VT-80 is a laboratory device as defined by DIN EN 61010-1. It is
intended for indoor use and use in an environment which is free of dirt, oil,
and lubricants.
In accordance with its design, the VT-80 is intended for positioning,
adjusting and shifting of loads at various velocities. The VT-80 can be
The symbols and typographic conventions used in this manual have the
mounted horizontally or vertically.
following meanings:
NOTICE
The intended use of the VT-80 is only possible in conjunction with suitable
Dangerous situation!
If not avoided, the dangerous situation will result in
death, injuries or damage to the equipment
-> Actions to take to avoid the situation
NOTICE
Information for easier handling, tricks, tips, etc.
electronics. The following options are available:
1. Drive electronics and controller with suitable software
2. Combination device with suitable software
•
The electronics are not included in the scope of delivery of the VT-80.
•
The electronics must provide the required voltages. To ensure proper
performance of the servo-control system, the electronics must be able to
read out and process the signals from reference and limit switches, and
from the incremental position encoder.
VT-80 Translation Stage 04.5
2.2
General Safety Instructions
2.2.2 Measures during Installation
The VT-80 is built according to state-of-the-art technology and recognized
The VT-80 may be damaged by excessively long screws and wrongly
safety standards. Improper use of the VT-80 may result in personal injury
mounted parts.
and/or damage to the VT-80.
•
1. Only use the VT-80 for its intended purpose, and only use it if it is in
When mounting the VT-80, make sure that the mounting screws do not
interfere with the stage motion. The screw heads must not protrude from
good working order.
the countersunk holes.
2. Read the user manual.
•
Observe the depth of the mounting holes in the moving platform.
3. Immediately eliminate any faults and malfunctions that are likely to affect
•
Only use screws of the correct length for the respective mounting holes.
•
Only mount the VT-80 and the loads on the mounting fixtures (holes)
safety.
The operator is responsible for the correct installation and operation of the
VT-80.
intended for this purpose.
•
The VT-80 heats up during operation. High temperatures can influence
your application.
2.2.1 Organizational Measures
User Manual
•
Always keep this user manual available when using the VT-80. If the
user manual is lost or damaged, contact our customer service
department (see chapter 9).
•
Add all information from the manufacturer such as supplements or
technical notes to the user manual.
•
Only use the device on the basis of the complete user manual. If your
user manual is incomplete and is therefore missing important
•
Install the VT-80 so that your application is not affected by the
dissipating heat.
•
Cable extensions can affect the performance of the VT-80 and damage
the electronics.
•
Only use genuine PI miCos parts to connect the VT-80 to the electronic
equipment.
•
Do not use cable extensions. If you need longer cables, use cable
extensions from PI miCos.
•
Avoid short circuiting the lines for motor voltages since this can damage
the electronics.
information, serious or fatal injury as well as damage to the equipment
can result.
•
Only install and operate the VT-80 after you have read and understood
this user manual.
Personnel Qualification
The VT-80 may only be started up, operated, maintained and cleaned by
authorized and appropriately qualified personnel.
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04.6 VT-80 Translation Stage
2.2.3 Measures during Start-Up
•
Do not put your VT-80 into operation until it is fully mounted and
2.2.4 Measures during Operation
•
connected.
If noise occurs during operation of the VT-80, check the settings of the
servo-control parameters of your controller.
The highest dynamic force and holding force is achieved at a control signal
Your system can be damaged by uncontrolled oscillation of the VT-80.
input level of 100%; however, the motor/drive may overheat during
Noise generated during operation of the VT-80 is a typical sign of oscillation.
continuous operation.
•
•
Immediately switch off the servo-control system of the affected stage
axes.
•
Check the settings of the servo-control parameters.
During continuous operation at room temperature, do not exceed 90 %
of the control signal level.
•
For continuous operation at other temperatures, observe the maximum
Moving parts attached to devices with motorized stages can accelerate
permissible duty cycle in relation to the ambient temperature or contact
rapidly and generate high forces which can cause injury or damage to
our customer service department for more information (see chapter 9).
equipment.
Unintentional motion of the stage is possible when it is connected to the
controller for the first time. Defective software or incorrect operation of the
software can also result in unintentional motions.
•
Do not place any objects in areas where they can be caught by moving
parts.
Collision of a part in motion at the end of the travel range and high
accelerations can cause damage to or wear on the mechanical system.
•
Ensure that the automatic limit switch halt is supported by the controller,
or that it is activated in the controller.
•
Do not disable the evaluation of the limit switch signals by the controller.
•
Check the function of the limit switches at about 10 % to 20 % of the
maximum velocity.
•
In the event of a malfunction of the limit switches, stop motion
immediately.
•
Ensure that the end of the travel range is approached at low velocity.
Set the control signal so that the moving part does not stop abruptly or try to
continue motion at the end of the travel range.
•
Determine the maximum velocity for your application.
2.2.5 Measures during Maintenance
The VT-80 is precision adjusted.
Do not loosen any sealed screws.
Dirt, oil, lubricants and condensation will render the motor/drive inoperable.
Keep the VT-80 free of dirt and condensation water.
VT-80 Translation Stage 04.7
3.
UNPACKING
4.
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
1. Unpack the VT-80 with care.
4.1
Features and Application Area
2. Compare the contents with the items listed in the contract and the
Our products are designed specifically for use in the laboratory.
packing list.
3. Inspect the contents for signs of damage. If there is any sign of damage
4.2
Model Overview
or missing parts, contact PI miCos immediately.
4. Keep all packaging materials in case the product needs to be returned.
WARNING
Risk of suffocation for children. Keep the packaging foil
away from children.
Dispose
of
packaging
materials
according
to
environmental regulations.
NOTICE
All specifications in this user manual refer only to the
standard products that are included in the PI-miCos
catalog. Any special features that are different, in particular
special requests from customers, are supplied with the
user manual as additional documentation in the form of
"Technical Notes".
Order no.
6230-9-
DC-B-026
1
2Phase-041
2
25 mm (xy mounted at PI miCos)
1
50 mm
2
75 mm
3
100 mm
4
150 mm
5
200 mm
6
300 mm
8
Single axis
0
25 mm xy mounted
1
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04.8 VT-80 Translation Stage
4.3
Product View
WARNING
Risk of catching by rotating parts such as couplers and
ball screws
WARNING
Risk of squeezing or crushing by moving sliders at the
places illustrated.
4.4
WARNING
Safety Instructions
It is recommended that all persons entrusted with working
with this product and who therefore come into contact with
areas marked by the ESD warning symbol, are given
training and a comprehensive explanation of the ESD
warning symbol with respect to the ESD precautions.
4.5
Scope of Delivery
1. Stage according to order.
•
4.6
Mounting accessories (screws & pins) in fast-sealing bag.
Optional Accessories
For optional accessories, please ask our customer service department
WARNING
After removing the transport lock (if present), watch out
for moving parts.
NOTICE
Protect the product against mechanical damage
(knocking, shock, ...).
Never start up an axis if you suspect it to be damaged
or broken.
Do not disconnect or connect connectors when voltage
is present.
(chapter 9) for information on possible use of adapter plates or additional Zbrackets.
VT-80 Translation Stage 04.9
4.7
Technical Features
RE-010 RS422
Rotary optical encoder RS-422 quadrature
4.7.1 Technical Features
Encoder type
Quadrature counts
per revolution
Signal output
Channels
Supply voltage
Current consumption,
typical (Vcc = 5 V DC)
Frequency range
Inertia of code disc
Operating temperature
n
HEDL rotary optical encoder
2000
VDC
mA
RS-422
2 + index
4.5..5.5
57
KHz
kgm2
°C
100
0.5E-7
-40..100
FACTS
Load characteristics
Fx(N)
Fy(N)
Fz(N)
Mx(Nm)
My(Nm)
Mz(Nm)
kax(µrad/Nm)
kay(µrad/Nm)
DC-B-026
30
40
50
5
2.5
2.5
150
220
2Phase-041
30
40
50
5
2.5
2.5
150
220
4.7.2 Motors
DC-B-026
Motor type
Nominal voltage
Max. continuous current
Electrical resistance
Electrical inductance
Torque constant
Velocity constant
n/M slope curve
No load velocity
Max.continuous velocity at nominal
torque
Inertia
Continuous torque
Rotary encoder
Encoder increments (quad counts)
V
A

mH
mNm/A
rpm/V
rpm/mNm
rpm
rpm
DC brush 2642-024 CR
24
1.1
5.78
0.55
34.6
276
46
6400
4370
kgm2
mNm
1.7E-6
32
2Phase-041
Motor type
Phase current
Step angle
Steps
Coil resistance
Coil inductance
Holding torque
Inertia
Weight
A
°
n

mH
mNm
kgm2
kg
2 phase bipolar SH4018L1704
1.7
1.8 °
200
1.7
3.3
260
3.5 E-6
0.3
RE-010 RS422 2-channel + index
n
2000
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04.10 VT-80 Translation Stage
4.7.3 Limit Switch
2SM motor, HD15 motor pin assignment with mechanical sensors
Mechanical limit switches
Max. voltage (resistive load)
Max. current (resistive load)
Contact type
Operations
Operating temperature
V
A
°C
30
1
Normal closed
>5x104
-40 to +85
4.7.4 Connector
DC motor, HD15 motor pin assignment with mechanical switches
HD15m
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Function
EA+
EB+
EI+
EGND
nc
EAEBEIE5V
nc
M+
MLE2
LE1
LCOM
Encoder channel A+
Encoder channel B+
Encoder channel I+
Supply encoder GND
Encoder channel AEncoder channel BEncoder channel IEncoder supply voltage
DC brush motor +
DC brush motor Limit forward
Limit reverse
Limit common
HD15m
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Function
MA+
MAnc
nc
MB+
MBnc
nc
nc
nc
nc
nc
LE2
LE1
LCOM
Motor phase A+
Motor phase A-
Motor phase B+
Motor phase B-
Limit forward
Limit reverse
Limit common
VT-80 Translation Stage 04.11
4.7.5 Technical Data
Travel(mm)
25
50
75
100
150
200
300
A
52.5
65
77.5
90
115
140
190
B
100
125
150
175
225
275
375
C
70
95
120
145
195
245
345
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04.12 VT-80 Translation Stage
4.8
Ambient Conditions
5.2
Mounting the Stage
For indoor use only.
Prerequisite
•
The VT-80 was calibrated at an ambient temperature of 20 °C (+/- 3 °C).
You have read and understood the general notes on installation (see
•
The permissible operating temperature is between 20 °C and 40 °C.
chapter 5.1).
•
The permissible relative humidity is between 20% and 80%.
•
Always keep the VT-80 free of dirt, dust and corrosive gases.
Mounting material
Screws, pins and auxiliary material or tools supplied (see chapter 4.5
"Scope of Delivery").
5.
INSTALLATION
5.1
General Notes on Installation
•
DIN 912 screws and DIN 6325 dowel pins, m6 tolerance field
Tightening torques of the mounting screws to be used should not have
values higher than the following:
Prerequisite
•
M3 DIN 912 1.5 Nm
The axis must be screwed onto a surface with an evenness better than 5
•
M4 DIN 912 2.0 Nm
µm.
•
M5 DIN 912 2.5 Nm
It is necessary to make sure that no dust, dirt or other foreign bodies are
•
M6 DIN 912 3.0 Nm
between the surface and the axis, otherwise the properties of the axis can
be impaired by mechanical tension.
Mounting the VT-80
To guarantee the prescribed specifications (see Internet www.pimicos.com),
1. Displace the moving platform of the VT-80 to the center position by hand
the evenness of the mounting surface must be better than 5 µm. (Reference
until all of the countersunk holes in the base body required for mounting
surface of PI miCos measuring granite is 3 µm).
accessible (see following illustration).
2. Mount the stage with the screws supplied.
3. Make sure that the screw heads do not protrude from the countersunk
holes.
VT-80 Translation Stage 04.13
5.3
Affixing the Load
Mounting the Additional Part
•
Select the mounting position so that the existing fixing holes in the slider
of the VT-80 can be used for the additional part to be affixed.
•
Mount the additional part with the corresponding screws.
6.
START-UP
6.1
General Notes on Start-Up
Prerequisite
This stage must be started up with a suitable cable and the associated
You have read and understood the general notes on installation (see
controllers.
chapter 5.1).
Mounting material
•
DIN 912 screws and DIN 6325 dowel pins, m6 tolerance field
Tightening torques of the mounting screws to be used should not have
values higher than the following:
•
M3 DIN 912 1.5 Nm
•
M4 DIN 912 2.0 Nm
•
M5 DIN 912 2.5 Nm
•
M6 DIN 912 3.0 Nm
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04.14 VT-80 Translation Stage
7.
MAINTENANCE
9.
CUSTOMER SERVICE
Depending on the operating conditions and the period of use of the VT-80,
For inquiries and orders, contact your PI miCos sales engineer or send us
the following maintenance measures are required:
and email (info@pimicos.com).
Maintenance run
If you have questions concerning your system, have the following
The maintenance run is performed to redistribute the existing lubricant on
information ready:
the guidings of the stage.
Product codes and serial numbers of all products in the system
•
To evenly distribute the existing lubricant on the stage guidings, perform
Current firmware version of the controller (if present)
a maintenance run across the entire travel range after 500 hours of
Software version of the driver or the user software (if present)
operation, or after 1 year at the latest.
User operating system (if present)
•
If you operate the translation stage continuously over a small travel
range (less than 20 percent of the entire travel range), perform a
maintenance run every 5000 motion cycles across the entire travel
10. OLD EQUIPMENT DISPOSAL
range.
In accordance with EU directive 2002/96/EC (WEEE), as of 13 August 2005,
Lubrication
electrical and electronic equipment may not be disposed of in the member
Under laboratory conditions, the guidings of the stage need to be lubricated
states of the EU via the municipal residual waste.
in exceptional cases only. For continuous industrial use, the lubrication
intervals must be defined individually.
Dispose of your old equipment according to international, national, and local
•
rules and regulations.
Do not lubricate the guidings of the VT-80 without consulting our
customer service department (see chapter 9).
•
To lubricate the guidings, follow the instructions specified in the
In order to fulfil the responsibility as the product manufacturer, PI miCos
maintenance manual, which you can obtain from our customer service
GmbH undertakes environmentally correct disposal of all old PI miCos
department.
equipment made available on the market after 13 August 2005 without
charge.
Any old PI miCos equipment can be sent free of charge to the following
8.
TROUBLESHOOTING
address:
If the problem that occurred with your system is not listed in the table above
PI miCos GmbH
or cannot be solved as described, contact our customer service department
Freiburger Strasse 30
(see chapter 9).
79427 Eschbach, Germany
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VT-80 Translation Stage 04.15
11. EU DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
An EC Declaration of Conformity has been issued for the VT-80 in accordance with
the following European directives:
2014/30/EU, EMC Directive
2011/65/EU, RoHS Directive
The applied standards certifying the conformity are listed below.
EMV: EN 61326-1:2013
Safety: EN 61010-1:2010
DIN EN ISO 12100:2010
RoHS: EN 50581:2012
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