SEW-EURODRIVE Movidrive B

SEW-EURODRIVE Movidrive B
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MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B / 61B
Edition 09/2006
11483415 / EN
GA430000
Operating Instructions
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1 Structure of the Safety Notes................................................................................ 5
2 Safety Notes ........................................................................................................... 6
2.1 General information ....................................................................................... 6
2.2 Target group .................................................................................................. 6
2.3 Designated use .............................................................................................. 6
2.4 Transportation, putting into storage ............................................................... 7
2.5 Installation ...................................................................................................... 7
2.6 Electrical connection ...................................................................................... 7
2.7 Safe disconnection......................................................................................... 7
2.8 Operation ....................................................................................................... 8
3 Index of Changes ................................................................................................... 9
3.1 Changes compared to the previous version................................................... 9
4 Unit Design ........................................................................................................... 10
4.1 Unit designation, nameplates and scope of delivery.................................... 10
4.2 Size 0 ........................................................................................................... 18
4.3 Size 1 ........................................................................................................... 19
4.4 Size 2S......................................................................................................... 20
4.5 Size 2 ........................................................................................................... 21
4.6 Size 3 ........................................................................................................... 22
4.7 Size 4 ........................................................................................................... 23
4.8 Size 5 ........................................................................................................... 24
4.9 Size 6 ........................................................................................................... 25
5 Installation ............................................................................................................ 26
5.1 Installation instructions for the basic unit ..................................................... 26
5.2 Removing/installing the keypad ................................................................... 32
5.3 Removing/installing the front cover .............................................................. 33
5.4 UL-compliant installation .............................................................................. 35
5.5 Shield clamps............................................................................................... 37
5.6 Touch guard ................................................................................................. 40
5.7 Wiring diagrams for basic unit...................................................................... 42
5.8 Assignment of braking resistors, chokes and filters ..................................... 46
5.9 Connecting the system bus (SBus 1)........................................................... 52
5.10 Connecting the RS485 interface .................................................................. 53
5.11 Connecting the interface adapter type DWE11B/12B .................................. 54
5.12 Connecting interface adapter UWS21B (RS232)......................................... 55
5.13 Connecting the interface adapter USB11A .................................................. 56
5.14 Option combinations for MDX61B................................................................ 57
5.15 Installing and removing options cards.......................................................... 58
5.16 Connecting the encoder and resolver .......................................................... 60
5.17 Connecting option DEH11B (HIPERFACE®) ............................................... 62
5.18 Connecting option DER11B (resolver) ......................................................... 66
5.19 Connecting an external encoder .................................................................. 69
5.20 Connection of incremental encoder simulation ............................................ 72
5.21 Master/slave connection .............................................................................. 73
5.22 Connection and terminal description of the DIO11B option ......................... 74
5.23 Connecting Option DFC11B......................................................................... 77
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6 Startup................................................................................................................... 78
6.1 General startup instructions ......................................................................... 78
6.2 Preliminary work and resources................................................................... 80
6.3 Startup with the DBG60B keypad ................................................................ 81
6.4 Startup with PC and MOVITOOLS®............................................................. 89
6.5 Starting the motor ........................................................................................ 91
6.6 Complete parameter list ............................................................................... 95
7 Operation ............................................................................................................ 106
7.1 Operating displays ..................................................................................... 106
7.2 Information messages................................................................................ 107
7.3 Functions of the DBG60B keypad.............................................................. 108
7.4 Memory card .............................................................................................. 111
8 Service ................................................................................................................ 113
8.1 Fault information ........................................................................................ 113
8.2 Fault messages and list of faults................................................................ 114
8.3 SEW Electronics Service ........................................................................... 119
8.4 Extended storage ....................................................................................... 119
8.5 Waste disposal........................................................................................... 120
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9 Technical Data and Dimension Drawings ........................................................ 121
9.1 CE marking, UL approval and C-Tick......................................................... 121
9.2 General technical data ............................................................................... 122
9.3 MOVIDRIVE® MDX60/61B...-5_3 (AC 400/500 V units)............................ 124
9.4 MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B...-2_3 (AC 230 V units)........................................ 131
9.5 MOVIDRIVE® MDX60/61B electronics data .............................................. 135
9.6 MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B dimension drawings............................................. 137
9.7 MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B dimension drawings............................................. 139
9.8 Technical data for options DEH11B, DER11B and BW...-T/...-P ............... 148
9.9 Technical data of DIO11B and DFC11B options........................................ 149
10 Index .................................................................................................................... 151
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Structure of the Safety Notes
1
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Structure of the Safety Notes
Operating Instructions
The safety notes in these operating instructions are designed as follows:
Pictogram
SIGNAL WORD!
Type and source of danger.
Possible consequence(s) if the safety notes are disregarded.
•
Pictogram
Example:
Measure(s) to prevent the danger.
Signal word
Meaning
Consequences in case of
disregard
DANGER!
Imminent danger
Severe or fatal injuries
WARNING!
Possible dangerous situation
Severe or fatal injuries
CAUTION!
Possible dangerous situation
Minor injuries
STOP!
Possible damage to property
Damage to the drive system or its environment
NOTE
Useful information or a tip
Simplifies the handling of the
drive system
General danger
Specific danger,
e.g. electric shock
CAUTION!
A requirement of fault-free operation and fulfillment of any rights to claim under limited warranty is that you adhere to the information in the operating instructions.
Therefore, read the operating instructions before you start operating the unit!
Make sure that the operating instructions are available to persons responsible for the
plant and its operation, as well as to person who work independently on the unit. You
must also ensure that the documentation is legible.
Exclusion of liability:
You must comply with the information contained in these operating instructions
to ensure safe operation of the MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B drive inverters and to
achieve the specified product characteristics and performance requirements.
SEW-EURODRIVE assumes no liability for injury to persons or damage to equipment or property resulting from non-observance of these operating instructions.
In such cases, any liability for defects is excluded.
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Safety Notes
General information
2
2
Safety Notes
The following basic safety notes must be read carefully to prevent injury to persons and
damage to property. The operator must make sure that the basic safety notes are read
and observed. Make sure that persons responsible for the plant and its operation, as
well as persons who work independently on the unit, have read through the operating
instructions carefully and understood them. If you are unclear about any of the information in this documentation, or if you require further information, please contact SEW-EURODRIVE.
2.1
General information
Never install damaged products or take them into operation. Submit a complaint to the
shipping company immediately in the event of damage.
During operation, drive inverters can have live, bare and movable or rotating parts as
well as hot surfaces, depending on their enclosure.
Removing covers without authorization, improper use as well as incorrect installation or
operation may result in severe injuries to persons or damage to machinery.
Consult the documentation for additional information.
2.2
Target group
Only qualified electricians are authorized to install, startup, troubleshoot or service the
units (observe IEC 60364 or CENELEC HD 384 or DIN VDE 0100 and IEC 60664 or
DIN VDE 0110 as well as national accident prevention guidelines).
Qualified personnel in the context of these basic safety notes are: All persons familiar
with installation, assembly, startup and operation of the product who possess the necessary qualifications.
All work related to transport, storage, operation and disposal must be carried out only
by personnel who have been trained and instructed accordingly.
2.3
Designated use
Drive inverters are components intended for installation in electrical systems or machines.
In case of installation in machines, startup of the drive inverters (i.e. start of designated
operation) is prohibited until it is determined that the machine meets the requirements
stipulated in the EC Directive 98 37 EC (machine guideline); observe EN 60204.
Startup (i.e. start of designated operation) is only permitted with adherence to EMC
(89/336/EEC) guideline.
The drive inverters meet the requirements stipulated in low voltage guideline
73/23/EEC. The harmonized standards of the EN 61800-5-1/DIN VDE T105 series in
connection with EN 60439-1/VDE 0660 part 500 and EN 60146/VDE 0558 are applied
to these drive inverters.
Technical data and information on the connection requirements are given on the nameplate and in the documentation; they have to be observed under all circumstances.
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Safety Notes
Transportation, putting into storage
Safety functions
2
The MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B drive inverters may not perform safety functions without higher-level safety systems. Use higher-level safety systems to ensure protection of
equipment and personnel.
For safety applications, refer to the information in the following publications:
2.4
•
Safe Disconnection for MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B – Conditions
•
Safe Disconnection for MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B – Applications
Transportation, putting into storage
Observe the notes on transportation, storage and proper handling. Observe the climatic
conditions as stated in the section "General technical data."
2.5
Installation
Installation and cooling of the devices must take place according to the guidelines listed
in the corresponding documentation.
Protect the drive inverters from excessive strain. Especially during transportation and
handling, do not allow the components to be deformed or insulation spaces altered.
Avoid contact with electronic components and contacts.
Drive inverters contain components that can be damaged by electrostatic energy and
improper handling. Prevent mechanical damage or destruction of electric components
(may pose health risk!)
The following applications are prohibited unless measures are expressly taken to make
them possible:
2.6
•
Use in potentially explosive atmospheres
•
Use in areas exposed to harmful oils, acids, gases, vapors, dust, radiation, etc.
•
Use in non-stationary applications that are subject to mechanical vibration and shock
loads in excess of the requirements in EN 61800-5-1.
Electrical connection
Observe the applicable national accident prevention guidelines when working on live
drive inverters (e.g. BGV A3).
Perform electrical installation according to the pertinent regulations (e.g. line cross sections, fusing, protective conductor connection). For any additional information, refer to
the applicable documentation.
You will find notes on EMC-compliant installation, such as shielding, grounding, arrangement of filters and routing of lines, in the documentation of the drive inverters. Always observe these notes even with drive inverters bearing the CE marking. The manufacturer of the system or machine is responsible for maintaining the limits established
by the EMC legislation.
Preventive measures and protection devices must correspond to the regulations in force
(e.g. EN 60204 or EN 61800-5-1).
Required preventive measures: Ground the unit.
2.7
Safe disconnection
The unit meets all requirements for safe disconnection of power and electronic connections in accordance with EN 61800-5-1. All connected circuits must also satisfy the requirements for safe disconnection.
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Safety Notes
Operation
2
2.8
Operation
Systems with integrated drive inverters must be equipped with additional monitoring and
protection devices, if necessary, according to the applicable safety guidelines, such as
the law governing technical equipment, accident prevention regulations, etc. Changes
to the drive inverter using the operating software are permitted.
Do not touch live components or power connections immediately after disconnecting the
drive inverters from the supply voltage because there may still be some charged capacitors. Note the respective reference plates on the drive inverter.
Keep all covers and doors closed during operation.
The fact that the status LED and other display elements are no longer illuminated does
not indicate that the unit has been disconnected from the power supply and no longer
carries any voltage.
Mechanical blocking or internal safety functions of the unit can cause a motor standstill.
Removing the cause of the problem or performing a reset can result in the drive re-starting on its own. If, for safety reasons, this is not permitted for the driven machine, disconnect the unit from the mains before correcting the fault.
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Index of Changes
Changes compared to the previous version
3
Index of Changes
3.1
Changes compared to the previous version
3
The following section lists the changes made to the individual sections from edition
01/2005, publication number 11300310 (EN).
Important notes
•
The section "Important Notes" has been completely revised.
Safety notes
•
The section "Safety Notes" has been completely revised.
Unit design
•
The illustrations for unit sizes 0, 1 and 2 have been updated.
•
The option "Interface adapter DWE11B/DWE12B" has been included.
•
The following subsections have been included in this section:
Installation
– "DWE11B/DWE12B interface adapter"
– "UWS21B interface adapter"
•
The following parts have been revised in the "Installation instructions for the basic
unit" subsection:
–
–
–
–
–
–
Startup
Operation and
service
Technical data
and dimension
drawings
Section "Tightening torques"
Section "Fuses and earth-leakage circuit breakers"
Section "PE input connection"
Section "IT systems"
Section "Connecting braking resistors"
Section "Installing braking resistors BW.../BW...-T/BW...-P"
•
All wiring diagrams (power section, braking resistors, electronic terminals) have been
revised.
•
The subsection "Assignment of braking resistors, chokes and filters" have been
completely revised.
•
In the subsection "Option combinations for MDX61B," the combinations of the
options cards for MDX61B have been updated.
•
Startup for an HTL motor encoder has been included.
•
Missing parameters have been added to the subsection "Complete parameter list".
•
The subsections "Memory card" and "Error messages and list of faults" have been
completely revised.
•
The subsection "Extended storage" has been included.
•
The section has been completely revised.
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Unit Design
Unit designation, nameplates and scope of delivery
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Unit Design
4.1
Unit designation, nameplates and scope of delivery
Example: Unit designation
MDX60 B 0011 - 5 A 3 - 4 00
Implementation
00 = Standard
0T = Application
XX = Special unit
Quadrants
4 = 4Q (with brake chopper)
Connection type
3 = 3-phase
Radio interference suppression on the line
side
B = Radio interference suppression B
A = Radio interference suppression A
0 = No radio interference suppression
Supply voltage
Recommended
motor power
5 = AC 380 ... 500 V
2 = AC 200 ... 230 V
0011 = 1.1 kW
Version B
Series
Example: System
nameplate
MDX60B/61B..
Size 0
60 = no options can be installed
61 = options can be installed
The system nameplate for MDX60B/61B.. size 0 is attached to the side of the unit.
Figure 1: Example: System nameplate for MDX60B/61B.. Size 0
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Unit Design
Unit designation, nameplates and scope of delivery
Example: Nameplate of braking
resistor for
MDX60B/61B..
4
The braking resistor BW090-P52B is only available for MDX60B/61B size 0.
90
Figure 2: Nameplate of braking resistor for MDX60B/61B.. Size 0
Example: System
nameplate for
MDX61B.. sizes
1-6
For MDX61B.. sizes 1 - 6, the system nameplate is attached to the side of the unit.
Figure 3: Example: System nameplate for MDX61B.. sizes 1 - 6
Example: Nameplate of power
section for
MDX61B.. sizes
1-6
56493AXX
For MDX61B.. sizes 1-6, the nameplate of the power section is located at the side of
the unit.
Figure 4: Nameplate of power section for MDX61B.. sizes 1 - 6
Example: Nameplate of control
unit for MDX61B..
sizes 1 - 6
54522AXX
56492AXX
For MDX61B.. sizes 1-6, the nameplate of the control unit is located at the side of the
unit.
Figure 5: Nameplate of control unit MDX61B.. sizes 1 - 6
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56491AXX
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Unit Design
Unit designation, nameplates and scope of delivery
4
Scope of delivery
Size 0
•
Connector housing for all signal terminals (X10 ... X17), connected
•
Connector housing for the power terminals (X1 ... X4), connected
•
Pluggable memory card, connected
•
1 set of shield clamps for power cable and signal cable, not installed. The set of
shield clamps comprises:
–
–
–
–
–
–
Sizes 1-6
•
1 set of shield clamps for signal cable, not installed. The set of shield clamps comprises:
–
–
–
–
Size 2S
2 shield clamps for power cable (2 contact clips each)
1 shield clamp for signal cable (1 contact clip) for MDX60B
1 shield clamp for signal cable (2 contact clips) for MDX61B
6 contact clips
6 screws for attaching the contact clips
3 screws for attaching the contact clips to the unit
1 shield clamp for signal cable (1 contact clip)
2 contact clips
2 screws for attaching the contact clips
1 screw for attaching the shield clamp to the unit
•
Only for size 6: Carrying bar and 2 split pins
•
Accessories set, not installed. The accessories set (→ Following illustration) comprises:
– 2 mounting feet [1] to be plugged into the heat sink
– 2 touch guards [2] to be fastened to terminals X4: -Uz/+Uz and X3:-R(8)/+R(9).
Once the touch guards [2] have been installed, the enclosure is IP20. Otherwise
it is IP10 (→ Section "Touch guards").
[1]
[2]
54587AXX
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Unit Design
Unit designation, nameplates and scope of delivery
4
Optional scope of delivery
All sizes
•
Option DBM60B: Door installation for separate mounting of the DBG60B keypad
(e.g. in the control cabinet).
Part number 824,853 2.
The DBM60B option consists of the housing with enclosure IP65 and a 5 m extension cable (→ Following illustration). Das Bediengerät DBG60B ist in dieser Option
nicht enthalten und muss separat bestellt werden.
DBM60B
+
54412AXX
•
Option DKG60B: 5 m Verlängerungskabel für Bediengerät DBG60B.
Part number 817 583 7.
5 m extension cables are available for mounting the keypad separately in customer
housing (→ Following illustration).
DKG60B
54414AXX
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Unit Design
Unit designation, nameplates and scope of delivery
4
Size 2 S
•
DMP11B mounting panel (→ following figure), not installed.
Part number 818 398 8.
If a MOVIDRIVE® MD_60A size 2 unit is to be replaced by MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B
size 2S, the MDX61B size 2S can be fitted on the existing mounting plate with the
DMP11B mounting panel. New retaining holes do not have to be drilled.
DMP11B
54588AXX
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Unit Design
Unit designation, nameplates and scope of delivery
Connector adapter
for replacing
MOVIDRIVE® A
with
MOVIDRIVE® B
4
The following adapters are available for rapid replacement of a MOVIDRIVE® A unit with
a MOVIDRIVE® B unit.
•
DAT11B: Terminal adapter, part number 824 671 8
X10 can be rearranged directly when using MOVIDRIVE® MDF, MDV or MDS. Three
plugs have to be rewired. You can avoid such rewiring work by using the DAT11B
terminal adapter. Using this adapter will prevent incorrect connection and save time.
The terminal adapter is required for terminals X11 (analog input), X12 (SBus) and
X13 (binary inputs).
DAT11B
54589AXX
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DAE15B: Encoder adapter X15, part number 817 629 9
If a motor with encoder on X15 is in operation on an MDV or MCV, the encoder is
connected via a 9-pin plug connector to MOVIDRIVE® A. Since the DEH11B option
for MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B comes equipped with a 15-pin socket, you will either
have to convert the encoder cable or use the encoder adapter. The encoder adapter
DAE15B for connecting sin/cos and TTL encoders can be inserted directly between
the existing encoder cable with a 9-pin connector and the 15-pin socket on DEH11B.
This step makes for fail-safe and fast connection of existing drives. HTL encoders
must be connected to MOVIDRIVE® B with the option DWE11B/12B (→ section
"DWE11B/12B interface adapter option").
DAE15B
54585AXX
Length of DAE15B: 200 mm±20 mm
Line cross section: 6 x 2 x 0.25 mm2
Terminal of the 15-pin sub D plug
(MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B, option DEH11B, X15)
Core color in prefabricated cable
Terminal of 9-pin sub
D socket
(encoder end)
1
Yellow (YE)
1
2
Red (RD)
2
3
Pink (PK)
3
4
Violet (VT)
4
8
Brown (BN)
5
9
Green (GN)
6
10
Blue (BU)
7
11
Gray (GY)
8
15
White (WH)
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Unit Design
Unit designation, nameplates and scope of delivery
•
DAE14B: Encoder adapter X14, part number 817 630 2
If a synchronous encoder is operated at X14 on MOVIDRIVE® MDV, MDS, MCV or
MCS, connection takes place via a 9-pin connector. Since the DEH11B and DER11B
options for MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B come equipped with a 15-pin plug, you will either
have to rework the encoder cable or use the encoder adapter. The encoder adapter
can be plugged directly between the existing encoder cable with 9-pin socket and the
15-pin connector on DEH11B/DER11B. This step makes for fail-safe and fast connection of existing drives.
DAE14B
54586AXX
Length of DAE14B: 200 mm±20 mm
Line cross section: 6 x 2 x 0.25 mm2
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Terminal of the 15-pin sub D socket
(MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B, option
DEH11B/DER11B, X14)
Core color in prefabricated
cable
Terminal of the 9-pin
sub D connector
(encoder end)
1
Yellow (YE)
1
2
Red (RD)
2
3
Pink (PK)
3
7
Violet (VT)
4
8
Brown (BN)
5
9
Green (GN)
6
10
Blue (BU)
7
11
Gray (GY)
8
15
White (WH)
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Unit Design
Unit designation, nameplates and scope of delivery
•
4
DWE11B: Interface adapter (adapter cable), part number 188 187 6
The interface adapter DWE11B (HTL→TTL) in the form of an adapter cable is used
to connect single-ended HTL encoders to the HIPERFACE®encoder card
DEH11B. Only the A, B and C tracks are connected. The interface adapter is suitable
for all HTL encoders that were operated on MOVIDRIVE® A, MDV and MCV and can
be connected without any rewiring effort.
[A]
[C]
[B]
58748AXX
[A] 5 x 2 x 0.25 mm2 / length 1000 mm / max. cable length between inverter - encoder:
100 m
[B] DC 24 V connection for HTL encoder; 1 x 0.5 mm2 / 250 mm long
Signal
Terminal of 9-pin sub D socket [C] (encoder end)
A
1
B
2
C
3
UB
9
GND
5
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DWE12B: : Interface adapter (adapter cable), part number 188 180 9
The interface adapter DWE12B (HTL→TTL) in the form of an adapter cable is used
to connect push-pull HTL encoders to the HIPERFACE® encoder card DEH11B.
In addition to the A, B and C track, you will also have to connect the negated tracks
(A, B, C). SEW-EURODRIVE recommends using this interface adapter for any new
system.
[A]
[C]
[B]
58748XX
[A] 4 x 2 x 0,25 mm2 / length 1000 mm / max. cable length between inverter - encoder:
200 m
[B] DC 24 V connection for HTL encoder; 1 x 0.5 mm2 / 250 mm long
Signal
Terminal of 9-pin sub D socket [C] (encoder end)
A
1
A
6
B
2
B
7
C
3
C
8
UB
9
GND
5
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Unit Design
Size 0
4
4.2
Size 0
MDX60/61B-5A3 (AC 400/500 V units): 0005 ... 0014
[1]
[2]
[3]
[15]
[14]
[13]
[12]
[11]
[16]
[10]
[17]
[4]
[9]
[20]
[18]
[19]
[8]
[7]
[5]
*
[6]
59238AXX
* View of the underside of the unit
[1] Power shield clamp for mains connection and connection for DC link connection
[2] X4: Connection for DC link connection UZ– / UZ+ and PE connection, separable
[3] X1: Power supply connection L1, L2, L3 and PE connection, separable
[4] Only with MDX61B: Fieldbus slot
[5] Only with MDX61B: Encoder slot
[6] Electronics shield clamp MDX61B size 0
[7]
X10: Electronics terminal strip for binary outputs and TF/TH input
[8] X16: Electronics terminal strip for binary inputs and outputs
[9] X13: Electronics terminal strip for binary inputs and RS-485 interface
[10] X11: Electronics terminal strip for setpoint input AI1 and 10 V reference voltage
[11] X12: Electronics terminal strip for system bus (SBus)
[12] DIP switches S11 ... S14
[13] XT: Slot for DBG60B keypad or UWS21B serial interface
[14] 7-segment display
[15] Memory card
[16] Electronics shield clamp MDX60B size 0
[17] X17: Electronics terminal strip for safety contacts for safe stop
[18] X2: Motor connection U, V, W and PE connection, separable
[19] X3: Braking resistor connection +R / –R and PE connection, separable
[20] Power shield clamp for motor connection and braking resistor connection
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Unit Design
Size 1
4.3
4
Size 1
MDX61B-5A3 (AC 400/500 V units): 0015 ... 0040
MDX61B-2A3 (AC 230 V units): 0015 ... 0037
[1]
[2]
[18]
[17]
[16]
[15]
[14]
[13]
[3]
[12]
[4]
[11]
[5]
[10]
[9]
[8]
[7]
[6]
59242AXX
[1] X1: Power supply connection 1/L1, 2/L2, 3/L3, separable
[2] X4: Connection for DC link connection –UZ +UZ, separable
[3] Fieldbus slot
[4] Expansion slot
[5] Encoder slot
[6] X3: Braking resistor connection 8/+R, 9/–R and PE connection, separable
[7] Electronics shield clamp and PE connection
[8] X2: Motor connection 4/U, 5/V, 6/W and PE connection, separable
[9] X17: Electronics terminal strip for safety contacts for safe stop
[10] X10: Electronics terminal strip for binary outputs and TF/TH input
[11] X16: Electronics terminal strip for binary inputs and outputs
[12] X13: Electronics terminal strip for binary inputs and RS485 interface
[13] X11: Electronics terminal strip for setpoint input AI1 and 10 V reference voltage
[14] X12: Electronics terminal strip for system bus (SBus)
[15] DIP switches S11 ... S14
[16] XT: Slot for DBG60B keypad or UWS21B serial interface
[17] 7-segment display
[18] Memory card
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Unit Design
Size 2S
4
4.4
Size 2S
MDX61B-5A3 (AC 400/500 V units): 0055 / 0075
[1]
[2]
[3]
[18]
[17]
[16]
[15]
[14]
[4]
[13]
[5]
[12]
[6]
[11]
[10]
[9]
[7]
[8]
54525AXX
[1] X1: Power supply connection 1/L1, 2/L2, 3/L3
[2] X4: Connection for DC link connection –UZ +UZ and PE connection
[3] Memory card
[4] Fieldbus slot
[5] Expansion slot
[6] Encoder slot
[7] X3: Braking resistor connection 8/+R, 9/–R and PE connection
[8] Electronics shield clamp and PE connection
[9] X2: Motor connection 4/U, 5/V, 6/W
[10] X17: Electronics terminal strip for safety contacts for safe stop
[11] X10: Electronics terminal strip for binary outputs and TF/TH input
[12] X16: Electronics terminal strip for binary inputs and outputs
[13] X13: Electronics terminal strip for binary inputs and RS485 interface
[14] X11: Electronics terminal strip for setpoint input AI1 and 10 V reference voltage
[15] X12: Electronics terminal strip for system bus (SBus)
[16] DIP switches S11 ... S14
[17] XT: Slot for DBG60B keypad or UWS21B serial interface
[18] 7-segment display
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Unit Design
Size 2
4.5
4
Size 2
MDX61B-5A3 (AC 400/500 V units): 0110
MDX61B-2A3 (AC 230 V units): 0055 / 0075
[1]
[2]
[18]
[17]
[16]
[15]
[14]
[13]
[3]
[12]
[4]
[11]
[5]
[10]
[9]
[8]
[6]
[7]
59243AXX
[1] X1: Power supply connection 1/L1, 2/L2, 3/L3
[2] X4: Connection for DC link connection –UZ +UZ and PE connection
[3] Fieldbus slot
[4] Expansion slot
[5] Encoder slot
[6] X3: Braking resistor connection 8/+R, 9/–R and PE connection
[7] Electronics shield clamp and PE connection
[8] X2: Motor connection 4/U, 5/V, 6/W
[9] X17: Electronics terminal strip for safety contacts for safe stop
[10] X10: Electronics terminal strip for binary outputs and TF/TH input
[11] X16: Electronics terminal strip for binary inputs and outputs
[12] X13: Electronics terminal strip for binary inputs and RS485 interface
[13] X11: Electronics terminal strip for setpoint input AI1 and 10 V reference voltage
[14] X12: Electronics terminal strip for system bus (SBus)
[15] DIP switches S11 ... S14
[16] XT: Slot for DBG60B keypad or UWS21B serial interface
[17] 7-segment display
[18] Memory card
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Unit Design
Size 3
4
4.6
Size 3
MDX61B-503 (AC 400/500 V units): 0150 ... 0300
MDX61B-203 (AC 230 V units): 0110 / 0150
[1]
[2]
[3]
[19]
[18]
[17]
[16]
[15]
[14]
[4]
[13]
[5]
[12]
[6]
[11]
[10]
[9]
[8]
[7]
59979AXX
[1] PE connections
[2] X1: Power supply connection 1/L1, 2/L2, 3/L3
[3] X4: Connection for DC link connection –UZ +UZ
[4] Fieldbus slot
[5] Expansion slot
[6] Encoder slot
[7] X3: Braking resistor connection 8/+R, 9/–R
[8] X2: Motor connection 4/U, 5/V, 6/W
[9] Electronics shield clamp and PE connection
[10] X17: Electronics terminal strip for safety contacts for safe stop
[11] X10: Electronics terminal strip for binary outputs and TF/TH input
[12] X16: Electronics terminal strip for binary inputs and outputs
[13] X13: Electronics terminal strip for binary inputs and RS485 interface
[14] X11: Electronics terminal strip for setpoint input AI1 and 10 V reference voltage
[15] X12: Electronics terminal strip for system bus (SBus)
[16] DIP switches S11 ... S14
[17] XT: Slot for DBG60B keypad or UWS21B serial interface
[18] 7-segment display
[19] Memory card
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Unit Design
Size 4
4.7
4
Size 4
MDX61B-503 (AC 400/500 V units): 0370 / 0450
MDX61B-203 (AC 230 V units): 0220 / 0300
[1]
[2]
[3]
[20]
[19]
[18]
[17]
[16]
[15]
[4]
[14]
[13]
[5]
[12]
[6]
[11]
[10]
[9]
[8]
[7]
59980AXX
[1] PE connection
[2] X1: Power supply connection 1/L1, 2/L2, 3/L3
[3] X4: Connection for DC link connection –UZ +UZ and PE connection
[4] Fieldbus slot
[5] Expansion slot
[6] Encoder slot
[7] X3: Braking resistor connection 8/+R, 9/–R and PE connection
[8] X2: Motor connection 4/U, 5/V, 6/W
[9] PE connection
[10] Electronics shield clamp
[11] X17: Electronics terminal strip for safety contacts for safe stop
[12] X10: Electronics terminal strip for binary outputs and TF/TH input
[13] X16: Electronics terminal strip for binary inputs and outputs
[14] X13: Electronics terminal strip for binary inputs and RS485 interface
[15] X11: Electronics terminal strip for setpoint input AI1 and 10 V reference voltage
[16] X12: Electronics terminal strip for system bus (SBus)
[17] DIP switches S11 ... S14
[18] XT: Slot for DBG60B keypad or UWS21B serial interface
[19] 7-segment display
[20] Memory card
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Unit Design
Size 5
4
4.8
Size 5
MDX61B-503 (AC 400/500 V units): 0550 / 0750
[1]
[2]
[3]
[20]
[19]
[18]
[17]
[16]
[15]
[4]
[14]
[5]
[13]
[6]
[12]
[11]
[10]
[9]
[8]
[7]
59981AXX
[1] PE connection
[2] X1: Power supply connection 1/L1, 2/L2, 3/L3
[3] X4: Connection for DC link connection –UZ +UZ and PE connection
[4] Fieldbus slot
[5] Expansion slot
[6] Encoder slot
[7] X3: Braking resistor connection 8/+R, 9/–R and PE connection
[8] X2: Motor connection 4/U, 5/V, 6/W
[9] PE connection
[10] Electronics shield clamp
[11] X17: Electronics terminal strip for safety contacts for safe stop
[12] X10: Electronics terminal strip for binary outputs and TF/TH input
[13] X16: Electronics terminal strip for binary inputs and outputs
[14] X13: Electronics terminal strip for binary inputs and RS485 interface
[15] X11: Electronics terminal strip for setpoint input AI1 and 10 V reference voltage
[16] X12: Electronics terminal strip for system bus (SBus)
[17] DIP switches S11 ... S14
[18] XT: Slot for DBG60B keypad or UWS21B serial interface
[19] 7-segment display
[20] Memory card
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Unit Design
Size 6
4.9
4
Size 6
MDX61B-503 (AC 400/500 V units): 0900 ... 1320
[1]
[2]
[18]
[17]
[16]
[15]
[14]
[13]
[3]
[12]
[4]
[11]
[10]
[5]
[9]
[8]
[7]
[6]
59982AXX
[1] X1: Power supply connection 1/L1, 2/L2, 3/L3 and PE connection
[2] X4: Connection for DC link connection –UZ +UZ and PE connection
[3] Fieldbus slot
[4] Expansion slot
[5] Encoder slot
[6] X3: Braking resistor connection 8/+R, 9/–R and PE connection
[7] X2: Motor connection 4/U, 5/V, 6/W and PE connection
[8] Electronics shield clamp
[9] X17: Electronics terminal strip for safety contacts for safe stop
[10] X10: Electronics terminal strip for binary outputs and TF/TH input
[11] X16: Electronics terminal strip for binary inputs and outputs
[12] X13: Electronics terminal strip for binary inputs and RS485 interface
[13] X11: Electronics terminal strip for setpoint input AI1 and 10 V reference voltage
[14] X12: Electronics terminal strip for system bus (SBus)
[15] DIP switches S11 ... S14
[16] XT: Slot for DBG60B keypad or UWS21B serial interface
[17] 7-segment display
[18] Memory card
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Installation
Installation instructions for the basic unit
5
5
Installation
5.1
Installation instructions for the basic unit
Installation notes
for size 6
The MOVIDRIVE® units of size 6 (0900 ... 1320) are equipped with a fixed lifting eye [1].
Use a crane and lifting eye [1] to install the unit.
DANGER!
Suspended load.
Danger of fatal injury if the load falls.
•
Do not stand under the suspended load.
•
Secure the danger zone.
If a crane is not available, you can push a carrying bar [2] through the rear panel [4] to
facilitate installation (included in the delivery scope of size 6). Secure the carrying bar
[2] against axial displacement using the split pin [3].
[3]
[2]
[1]
[4]
[3]
Figure 6: Installing MOVIDRIVE® size 6 with fixed lifting eye and carrying bar
59892AXX
[1] Fixed lifting eye
[2] Carrying bar (included in the delivery of size 6)
[3] 2 split pins (included in the delivery scope of size 6)
[4] Rear panel
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Installation
Installation instructions for the basic unit
Tightening
torques
•
Only use original connection elements. Note the permitted tightening torques
for MOVIDRIVE® power terminals.
–
–
–
–
–
Minimum
clearance and
mounting
position
5
Sizes 0, 1 and 2S→
Size 2
Size 3
Sizes 4 and 5
Size 6
→
→
→
→
0.6 Nm
1.5 Nm
3.5 Nm
14.0 Nm
20.0 Nm
•
The permitted tightening torque of the signal terminals is 0.6 Nm.
•
Leave at least 100 mm clearance above and below the unit for optimum cooling.
Make sure air circulation in the clearance is not impaired by cables or other installation equipment. With sizes 4, 5 and 6, do not install any components that are sensitive to high temperatures within 300 mm of the top of the unit.
•
Ensure unobstructed cooling air supply and make sure that air heated by other units
cannot be drawn in or reused.
•
There is no need for clearance at the sides of the unit. You can line up the units
directly next to one another.
•
Only install the units vertically. Do not install them horizontally, tilted or upside down
(→ following figure, applies to all sizes).
100 mm
(4 in)
100 mm
(4 in)
Figure 7: Minimum clearance and mounting position of the units
Separate cable
ducts
•
60030AXX
Route power cables and electronics cables in separate cable ducts.
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Installation
Installation instructions for the basic unit
5
Fuses and earthleakage circuit
breakers
•
Install the fuses at the beginning of the supply system lead after the supply bus
junction (→ Wiring diagram for basic unit, power section and brake).
•
SEW-EURODRIVE recommends that you do not use earth-leakage circuit breakers.
However, if an earth-leakage circuit breaker is stipulated for direct or indirect protection against contact, observe the following note in accordance with EN 61800-5-1:
WARNING!
Incorrect earth-leakage circuit breaker installed.
Severe or fatal injuries.
MOVIDRIVE® can cause direct current in the protective earth. In cases where an earthleakage circuit breaker is used for protection against direct or indirect contact, only install a type B earth-leakage circuit breaker on the power supply end of the MOVIDRIVE® unit.
Mains and brake
contactors
•
Only use contactors in utilization category AC-3 (IEC 60947-4-1) as mains and
brake contactors.
NOTES
PE connection
(→ EN 61800-5-1)
•
Only use the mains contactor K11 (→ Sec. "Wiring diagram for basic unit") to
switch the inverter on and off. Do not use it for jog mode. Use the commands
"Enable/Stop", "CW/Stop" or "CCW/Stop" for jog mode.
•
Observe a minimum switch-off time of 10 s for the mains contactor K11.
Earth-leakage currents ≥ 3.5 mA may occur during normal operation. To meet the
requirements of EN 61800-5-1 observe the following points:
•
Supply system lead < 10 mm2: Route a second PE conductor with the cross
section of the supply system lead in parallel to the protective earth via separate
terminals or use a copper protective earth conductor with a cross section of
10 mm2.
•
Supply system lead 10 mm2 ... 16 mm2: Route a copper protective earth
conductor with the cross section of the supply system lead.
•
Supply system lead 16 mm2 ... 35 mm2: Route a copper protective earth
conductor with the cross section of 16 mm2.
•
Supply system lead > 35 mm2: Route a copper protective earth conductor with
half the cross section of the supply system lead.
IT systems
•
SEW-EURODRIVE recommends using earth-leakage monitors with pulse-code
measurement for voltage supply systems with a non-grounded star point (IT
systems). Using such devices prevents the earth-leakage monitor mis-tripping due
to the ground capacitance of the inverter. No EMC limits are specified for interference emission in voltage supply systems without grounded star point (IT
systems).
Cross sections
•
Supply system lead: Cross section according to rated input current Imains at rated
load.
•
Motor lead: Cross section according to rated output current Irated.
•
Electronics cables of basic unit (terminals X10, X11, X12, X13, X16):
– One core per terminal 0.20 ... 2.5 mm2 (AWG 24 ... 12)
– Two cores per terminal 0.25 ... 1 mm2 (AWG 22 ... 17)
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Installation
Installation instructions for the basic unit
•
5
Electronics cables of terminal X17 and DIO11B terminal expansion board (terminals
X20, X21, X22):
– One core per terminal 0.08 ... 1.5 mm2 (AWG 28 ... 16)
– Two cores per terminal 0.25 ... 1 mm2 (AWG 22 ... 17)
Unit output
STOP!
MOVIDRIVE® B can suffer irreparable damage if you connect capacitive loads.
•
Only connect ohmic/inductive loads (motors).
•
Never connect capacitive loads.
Figure 8: Only connect ohmic/inductive loads; do not connect capacitive loads
Connecting
braking resistors
Installing braking
resistors BW.../
BW..-T / BW...-P
60031AXX
•
Use two tightly twisted leads or a 2-core shielded power cable. Cross section
according to the rated output current of the inverter. The rated voltage of the cable
must amount to at least U0/U = 300 V / 500 V (in accordance with DIN VDE 0298).
•
Protect the braking resistor (except for BW90-P52B) using a bimetallic relay (→ wiring diagram for basic unit, power section and brake). Set the trip current according
to the technical data of the braking resistor. SEW-EURODRIVE recommends
using an overcurrent relay from trip class 10 or 10A in accordance with
EN 60947-4-1.
•
For braking resistors of the BW...-T / BW...-P series, the integrated temperature
switch/overcurrent relay can be connected using a 2-core shielded cable as an
alternative to a bimetallic relay.
•
Flat-type braking resistors have internal thermal overload protection (fuse which
cannot be replaced). Install the flat-type braking resistors together with the appropriate touch guard.
•
Permitted mounting options:
– on horizontal surfaces
– on vertical surfaces with brackets at the bottom and perforated sheets at top and
bottom
•
Mounting not permitted:
– on vertical surfaces with brackets at the top, right or left
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Installation
Installation instructions for the basic unit
5
Operating braking resistors
•
The connection leads to the braking resistors carry a high pulsed DC voltage during
rated operation.
WARNING!
The surfaces of the braking resistors get very hot when the braking resistors are loaded
with Prated.
Risk of burns and fire.
•
Choose a suitable installation location. Braking resistors are usually mounted on top
of the control cabinet.
•
Do not touch the braking resistors.
Binary inputs /
binary outputs
•
The binary inputs are electrically isolated by optocouplers.
•
The binary outputs are short-circuit proof and protected against external voltage to DC 30 V. External voltages > DC 30 V can cause irreparable damage to
binary outputs.
EMC-compliant
installation
•
All cables except for the supply system lead must be shielded. As an alternative to
the shielding, the option HD.. (output choke) can be used for the motor cable to
achieve the emitted interference limit values.
•
When using shielded motor cables, e.g. prefabricated motor cables from
SEW-EURODRIVE, you must keep the unshielded conductors between the
shield and connection terminal of the inverter as short as possible.
•
Apply the shield by the shortest possible route and make sure it is grounded
over a wide area at both ends. Ground one end of the shield via a suppression
capacitor (220 nF / 50 V) to avoid ground loops. If using double-shielded cables,
ground the outer shield on the inverter end and the inner shield on the other end.
Figure 9: Correct shield connection using metal clamp (shield clamp) or cable gland
30
60028AXX
•
You can also use grounded sheet-metal ducts or metal pipes to shield the
cables. Route the power and control cables separately.
•
Ground the inverter and all additional units to ensure high-frequency compatibility (wide area, metal-on-metal contact between the unit housing and ground, e.g.
unpainted control cabinet mounting panel).
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Installation
Installation instructions for the basic unit
5
NOTES
NF.. line filter
•
This is a product with restricted availability in accordance with IEC 61800-3. It may
cause EMC interference. In this case, the operator may need to implement appropriate measures.
•
For detailed information on EMC compliant installation, refer to the publication
"Electromagnetic Compatibility in Drive Engineering" from SEW-EURODRIVE.
•
The NF.. line filter option can be used to maintain the class B limit for MOVIDRIVE®
MDX60B/61B units size 0 to 5.
•
Do not switch between the line filter and MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B.
•
Install the line filter close to the inverter but outside the minimum clearance for
cooling.
•
Keep the length of the cable between the line filter and inverter to an absolute
minimum, and never more than 400 mm. Unshielded, twisted cables are sufficient.
Use also unshielded lines for the supply system lead.
•
SEW-EURODRIVE recommends taking one of the following EMC measures on the
motor side to maintain class A and B limits:
– Shielded motor cable
– HD... output choke option
– HF.. output filter option (in operating modes VFC and U/f)
HD... output choke
•
Install the output choke close to the inverter but outside the minimum clearance
for cooling.
•
Route all three phases of the motor cable [1] through the output choke. To
achieve a higher filter effect, do not route the PE conductor through the output
choke.
4
5
6
MOVIDRIVE®
n=5
HD...
PE U V W
[1]
Figure 10: Connecting the HD.. output choke
60029AXX
[1] Motor cable
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Installation
Removing/installing the keypad
5
5.2
Removing/installing the keypad
Removing the
keypad
Proceed as follows to remove the keypad:
1.
2.
3.
STOP
RUN
DEL
OK
STOP
RUN
DEL
OK
2.
60032AXX
Figure 11: Removing the keypad
1. Unplug the connection cable from the XT slot.
2. Carefully push the keypad downwards until it comes off the upper fixture on the front
cover.
3. Remove the keypad forward (not to the side!).
Installing the
keypad
Proceed as follows to install the keypad:
2.
3.
STOP
RUN
DEL
OK
STOP
1.
RUN
DEL
OK
Figure 12: Installing the keypad
60033AXX
1. Place the underside of the keypad onto the lower fixture of the front cover.
2. Push the keypad into the upper fixture of the front cover.
3. Plug the connecting cable into the XT slot.
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Installation
Removing/installing the front cover
5.3
5
Removing/installing the front cover
Removing the
front cover
Proceed as follows to remove the front cover:
1.
2.
Figure 13: Removing the front cover
60034AXX
1. If a keypad is installed, remove it first (→ page 32).
2. Press the grooved clip on top of the front cover.
3. Keep the clip pressed down to remove the front cover.
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Installation
Removing/installing the front cover
5
Installing the
front cover
Proceed as follows to install the front cover:
2.
3.
BG0
1.
BG1 -6
1.
Figure 14: Installing the front cover
60035AXX
1. Insert the underside of the front cover into the support.
2. Keep the grooved clip on top of the front cover pressed down.
3. Push the front cover onto the unit.
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Installation
UL-compliant installation
5.4
5
UL-compliant installation
Note the following points for UL-compliant installation:
•
Only use copper cables with the following rated thermal values as connection
cables:
– MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B0005 ... 0300: Rated thermal value 60 °C / 75 °C
– MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B0370 ... 1320: Rated thermal value 75 °C
•
Permitted tightening torques for MOVIDRIVE® power terminals:
–
–
–
–
–
•
Sizes 0, 1 and 2S
Size 2
Size 3
Sizes 4 and 5
Size 6
→
→
→
→
→
0.6 Nm
1.5 Nm
3.5 Nm
14.0 Nm
20.0 Nm
MOVIDRIVE® drive inverters are suitable for operation in voltage power systems
with a grounded star point (TN and TT systems) which can supply a max. supply
current and a max. supply voltage in accordance with the following table. The fuses
listed in the following tables are the maximum permitted fuses for each inverter. Only
use melting fuses.
400/500 V units
MOVIDRIVE®
MDX60B/61B...5_3
Max. supply current
0005/0008/0011/0014
AC 5000 A
AC 500 V
AC 15 A / 600 V
0015/0022/0030/0040
AC 10000 A
AC 500 V
AC 35 A / 600 V
0055/0075
AC 5000 A
AC 500 V
AC 60 A / 600 V
0110
AC 5000 A
AC 500 V
AC 110 A / 600 V
0150/0220
AC 5000 A
AC 500 V
AC 175 A / 600 V
0300
AC 5000 A
AC 500 V
AC 225 A / 600 V
0370/0450
AC 10000 A
AC 500 V
AC 350 A / 600 V
0550/0750
AC 10000 A
AC 500 V
AC 500 A / 600 V
0900
AC 10000 A
AC 500 V
AC 250 A / 600 V
1100
AC 10000 A
AC 500 V
AC 300 A / 600 V
1320
AC 10000 A
AC 500 V
AC 400 A / 600 V
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Max. supply voltage
Fuses
35
Installation
UL-compliant installation
5
230 V units
MOVIDRIVE®
MDX61B...2_3
Max. supply current
Max. supply voltage
Fuses
0015/0022/0037
AC 5000 A
AC 240 V
AC 30 A / 250 V
0055/0075
AC 5000 A
AC 240 V
AC 110 A / 250 V
0110
AC 5000 A
AC 240 V
AC 175 A / 250 V
0150
AC 5000 A
AC 240 V
AC 225 A / 250 V
0220/0300
AC 10000 A
AC 240 V
AC 350 A / 250 V
NOTES
36
•
Use only tested units with a limited output voltage (Umax = DC 30 V) and limited
output current (I ≤ 8 A) as an external DC 24 V voltage source.
•
UL certification does not apply to operation in voltage supply systems with a
non-grounded star point (IT systems).
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Installation
Shield clamps
5.5
5
Shield clamps
Shield clamp for
power section,
size 0
A set of shield clamps is supplied as standard for the power section of MOVIDRIVE®
MDX60B/61B size 0. The shield clamps are not yet installed.
Install the shield clamps for the power section as follows:
•
Secure the contact clips to the shield plates.
•
Secure the shield clamps to the top and the bottom of the unit.
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
Figure 15: Securing the shield clamp of the power section (size 0)
[1]
Contact clips
[2]
Retaining screws for contact clip
[3]
Shield plate
[4]
Retaining screw of the shield clamp for the control unit
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60036AXX
37
5
Installation
Shield clamps
Shield clamp for
power section,
size 1
A shield clamp is supplied as standard for the power section with MOVIDRIVE®
MDX61B size 1. Install this shield clamp on the power section together with the unit’s
retaining screws.
[1]
[2]
Figure 16: Securing the shield clamp on the power section (size 1)
[1]
Shield clamp for
power section,
size 2S and 2
Power section shield clamp
[2]
60019AXX
PE connection (댷)
A shield clamp for the power section is supplied as standard with two retaining screws
with MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B sizes 2S and 2. Install these shield clamp using the two
retaining screws.
[1]
[2]
Figure 17: Securing the shield clamp on the power section (illustration shows size 2)
[1]
Power section shield clamp
[2]
60020AXX
PE connection (댷)
The shield clamps for the power section provide you with a very convenient way of
installing the shield for the motor and brake cables. Apply the shield and PE conductor
as shown in the figures.
Shield clamp for
power section,
sizes 3 to 6
38
No shield clamps for the power section are supplied with MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B sizes
3 to 6. Use commercially available shield clamps for installing the shielding of motor and
brake cables. Apply the shield as closely as possible to the inverter.
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Installation
Shield clamps
Shield clamp for
control unit
5
Install the shield clamp for the control unit as follows:
•
If installed, remove the keypad and the front cover.
•
Size 0: Secure the shield clamp for the control unit to the bottom of the unit directly
under the electronic terminal strip X14.
•
Sizes 1 to 6: Secure the shield clamp for the control unit to the bottom of the unit.
Size 0
MDX 60B
MDX 61B
[1]
[1]
[2]
[2]
[4]
[4]
[3]
[3]
Figure 18: Installing the shield clamp for the control unit (size 0)
60037AXX
Sizes 1 to 6
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
Figure 19: Securing the shield clamp for the control unit (sizes 1 - 6)
[1]
Contact clip(s)
[2]
Retaining screw(s) for contact clips
[3]
Shield plate
[4]
Retaining screw of shield clamp for control unit
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60038AXX
39
Installation
Touch guard
5
5.6
Touch guard
DANGER!
Uncovered power connections.
Severe or fatal injuries from electric shock.
Size 2S
•
Install the touch guard according to the regulations.
•
Never start the unit if the touch guard is not installed.
If the touch guard (→ following figure) is attached at the connections X4:-Uz/+Uz and
X3:+R/-R, the MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B units size 2S have enclosure IP20; without touch
guard they have enclosure IP10.
IP10
X4
-UZ +UZ PE
IP20
X4
-UZ +UZ PE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
+/-
0
.
IP10
X3
8/+R 9/-R PE
IP20
X3
8/+R 9/-R PE
Figure 20: Touch guard for MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B size 2S
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Installation
Touch guard
Sizes 4-6
5
For MOVIDRIVE® size 4 (AC 500 V units: MDX61B0370/0450; AC 230 V units:
MDX61B0220/0300),
size
5
(MDX61B0550/0750)
and
size
6
(MDX61B0900/1100/1320), two touch guards with eight retaining screws are supplied
as standard. Install the touch guard on both covers of the power section terminals.
[2]
[1]
[3]
Figure 21: Touch guard for MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B sizes 4, 5 and 6
06624AXX
The touch guard comprises the following parts:
[1] Cover plate
[2] Connection plate
[3] Screen (only for sizes 4 and 5)
The MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B units sizes 4, 5 and 6 can only achieve enclosure IP10
when the following conditions are met:
•
Touch guard is fully installed
•
Shrink tubing is installed on the power cables at all power terminals (X1, X2, X3, X4)
NOTE
If the above conditions are not met, MOVIDRIVE® units sizes 4, 5 and 6 have enclosure
IP00.
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Installation
Wiring diagrams for basic unit
5
5.7
Wiring diagrams for basic unit
Power section and brake
L1
L2
L3
PE
F11/F12/F13
K11
(AC-3)
Protective earth (shield)
L1 L2
UAC
UAC
UAC
F14/F15
F14/F15
L3
NF... line filter option
L1' L2' L3'
1
F14/F15
2
DC link
connection*
3
7
L1 L2 L3
-UZ +UZ PE
X4:
X1:
K11
(AC-3)
K11
(AC-3)
Power section
K11
(AC-3)
X3:
X2:
DBØØ
DGND
DBØØ
DBØØ
K12
(AC-3)
U
V
W
4
5
6
+R -R PE
8
9
K12
(AC-3)
DGND
1
BMK 2
3
4
13
14
15
8
1
BG 2
3
BGE 4
5
® Section "Connecting
braking resistors
BW... / BW..-T / BW...-P"
DGND
white
red
blue
Brake connector** CT/CV/DT/DV/D:
Cut-off in the DC and
AC circuits
1
BG 2
3
BGE 4
5
white
red
blue
M
3-phase
CT/CV/DT/DV/D:
Cut-off in the AC
circuit
CT/CV, CM71 ... 112: Cut-off in the DC and AC circuits
55310BEN
*
With sizes 1, 2 and 2S, there is no PE connection next to the supply system connection terminals and motor
connection terminals (X1, X2). In this case, use the PE terminal next to the DC link connection (X4).
**
You must adhere to the connection sequence of the brake connector. Incorrect connection will cause
irreparable damage to the brake. Read the operating instructions for the motors when connecting the brake
using the terminal box.
NOTES
•
Connect the brake rectifier using a separate supply system lead.
•
Supply via the motor voltage is not permitted!
Always switch off the brake on the DC and AC sides with:
– All hoist applications
– Drives that require a rapid brake response time
– CFC and SERVO operating modes
42
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Installation
Wiring diagrams for basic unit
Brake rectifier in
control cabinet
5
Install the connection cables between the brake rectifier and the brake separately from
other power cables when installing the brake rectifier in the control cabinet. Joint installation is only permitted with shielded power cables.
Braking resistor BW... / BW...-...-T /BW...-...-P
Power section
Power section
X3:
X3:
+R -R PE
X3:
+R -R PE
8
8
+R -R
PE
Power section
9
9
F16
Has effect
on K11
BW...-...-P
F16
98
4
BW...-...-T
95
97
T2
RB1
Has effect
on K11
Has effect
on K11
96
T1
6
BW...
RB2
When the internal temperature switch
triggers, K11 must be opened and
DIØØ"/Controller inhibit assigned
a "0" signal. Do not interrupt the
resistor circuit!
When the auxiliary contact trips, K11 must
be opened and DIØØ"/Controller inhibit"
assigned a "0" signal. Do not interrupt the
resistor circuit!
When the external bimetallic relay
(F16) triggers, K11 must be opened
and DIØØ"/Controller inhibit" assigne
a "0" signal. Do not interrupt the resis
circuit!
59500AEN
Overload protection
Braking resistor type
Design specified
Internal temperature switch
(..T)
External bimetallic relay
(F16)
Required
BW...
-
-
BW...-...-T
-
One of the two options (internal temperature switch / external
bimetallic relay) is required.
BW...-003 / BW...-005
Adequate
-
Permitted
BW090-P52B
Adequate
-
-
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Installation
Wiring diagrams for basic unit
5
Electronic terminals
Control unit
Switchover I signal <-> U signal *
System bus terminating resistor
XT: 9.6 kBaud <-> 57.6 kBaud*
Frequency input active
Option
keypad
DBG60B
XT
S 11
S 12
S 13
S 14
ON OFF*
X12:
RS485
System bus reference
System bus high
System bus low
DGND
SC11
SC12
1
2
3
R11
DE L
DC+10 V
+
n1 (0...10 V*; +/-10 V)
DC 0...20 mA; 4 ... 20 mA
Reference pot. analog signals
DC-10 V
OK
RS232
Typ:
UWS21B
Sach-Nr 1 820 456 2
X11:
7-segment display
DC-10V...+10 DC0(4)...20 mA
I
U
Higher-level
controller
Binary
input
DIØØ
DIØ1
DIØ2
DIØ3
DIØ4
DIØ5
DCOM* *
VO2 4
DGND
ST11
ST12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Binary
outputs
Reference
binary outputs
DGND
X16:
DIØ6
DIØ7
DOØ3
DOØ4
DOØ5
DGND
1
2
3
4
5
6
X10:
K12
(AC-3)
24V
Connect external DC 24 V supply
depending on the options used
(MOVIDRIVE® electronics data)
1
2
3
4
X17:
TF1
1
DGND
2
DBØØ
3
DOØ1-C 4
DOØ1-NO 5
DOØ1-NC 6
DOØ2
7
VO24
8
VI24
9
DGND 10
Shield plate or
shield clamp
Reference potential binary signals
DC+24 V output
Ref. DC+24 V input for safe stop
DC+24 V input
for safe stop
Input TF-/TH-/KTY+
Reference pot. binary signals
/brake
Relay contact
Ready*
Relay NO contact
Relay NC contact
/Fault*
DC+24 V output
DC+24 V input
Reference pot.
binary signals
DGND
VO24
SOV24
SVI24
.
/Controller inhibit
CW/stop*
CCW/stop*
Enable/stop*
n11/n21*
n12/n22*
Ref. X13:DIØØ...DIØ5
DC+24 V output
Reference pot. binary signals
RS485 +
RS485 No function*
No function*
IPOS output*
IPOS output*
IPOS output*
Reference pot. binary signals
Option slots
Only with MDX61B
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
b
c
d
E
F
H
t
U
1
2
3
4
5
X13:
Socket
sub D 9-pin
7-segment display
Operating status
Inverter not ready
Controller inhibit active
No enable
Standstill current
VFC operation
n-control
M-control
Hold control
Factory setting
Limit switch contacted
Technology option
Free
IPOS reference travel
Flying start
Calibrate encoder
Fault display
Manual operation
Waiting for data
Safe stop active
IPOS program
Runnning (flashing
dot)
REF1
AI 11
AI12
AGND
REF2
X11:AI11/AI12
Option
serial interface
UWS21B
59219AEN
44
*
Factory setting
**
If the binary inputs are connected to the DC 24 V voltage supply X13:8 "VO24", install a jumper between X13:7
(DCOM) and X13:9 (DGND) on MOVIDRIVE®.
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Installation
Wiring diagrams for basic unit
5
Description of terminal functions on the basic unit (power section and control unit)
Terminal
X1:1/2/3
X2:4/5/6
X3:8/9
X4:
Function
L1/L2/L3 (PE)
U/V/W (PE)
+R/-R (PE)
+UZ/-UZ (PE)
Power supply connection
Motor connection
Braking resistor connection
DC link connection
Change I-signal DC(0(4)...20 mA) ↔ V-signal DC(-10 V...0...10 V, 0...10 V), factory setting to V signal.
Switching system bus terminating resistor on/off; factory setting: OFF.
Set baud rate for the RS485 interface.
Either 9.6 or 57.6 kBaud, factory setting: 75.6 kBaud.
Switch frequency input on or off, factory setting: switched off.
S11
S12:
S13:
S14:
X12:1
X12:2
X12:3
DGND
SC11
SC12
Reference potential system bus
System bus high
System bus low
X11:1
X11:2/3
X11:4
X11:5
REF1
AI11/12
AGND
REF2
DC+10 V (max. DC 3 mA) for setpoint potentiometer
Setpoint input n1 (differential input or input with AGND reference potential), signal form → P11_ / S11
Reference potential for analog signals (REF1, REF2, AI.., AO..)
DC–10 V (max. DC 3 mA) for setpoint potentiometer
X13:1
X13:2
X13:3
X13:4
X13:5
X13:6
DIØØ
DIØ1
DIØ2
DIØ3
DIØ4
DIØ5
Binary input 1, with fixed assignment"/Controller
inhibit"
Binary input 2, factory setting to "CW/stop"
Binary input 3, factory setting to "CCW/stop"
Binary input 4, factory setting to "Enable/Stop"
Binary input 5, factory setting to "n11/n21"
Binary input 6, factory setting to "n11/n22"
X13:7
DCOM
Reference for binary inputs X13:1 to X13:6 (DIØØ ... DIØ5) and X16:1/X16:2 (DIØ6 ... DIØ7)
• Switching binary inputs with DC+24 V external voltage: Connection X13:7 (DCOM) must be connected
to the reference potential of the external voltage.
– Without jumper X13:7-X13:9 (DCOM-DGND) → Isolated binary inputs
– With jumper X13:7-X13:9 (DCOM-DGND) → Non-isolated binary inputs
•
•
•
The binary inputs are electrically isolated by
optocouplers.
Selection options for binary inputs 2 to 6 (DIØ1
... DIØ5) → Parameter menu P60_
The binary inputs must be switched with DC+24 V from X13:8 or X10:8 (VO24) → Jumper required
X13:7-X13:9 (DCOM-DGND).
X13:8
X13:9
X13:10
X13:11
VO24
DGND
ST11
ST12
Auxiliary supply output DC+24 V (max. load X13:8 and X10:8 = 400 mA) for external command switches
Reference potential for binary signals
RS485+
RS485-
X16:1
X16:2
X16:3
X16:4
X16:5
DIØ6
DIØ7
DOØ3
DOØ4
DOØ5
X16:6
DGND
Binary input 7, factory setting "no function"
Binary input 8, factory setting "no function"
Binary output 3, factory setting "IPOS output"
Binary output 4, factory setting "IPOS output"
Binary output 5, factory setting "IPOS output"
Do not connect external voltage to binary outputs
X16:3 (DOØ3) and X16:5 (DOØ5)!
Reference potential for binary signals
X10:1
X10:2
X10:3
TF1
DGND
DBØØ
X10:4
X10:5
X10:6
X10:7
DOØ1-C
DOØ1-NO
DOØ1-NC
DOØ2
X10:8
X10:9
X10:10
VO24
VI24
DGND
Auxiliary supply output DC+24 V (max. load X13:8 and X10:8 = 400 mA) for external command switches
Input DC+24 V voltage supply (backup voltage depending on options, unit diagnosis when supply system
off)
Reference potential for binary signals
X17:1
X17:2
X17:3
X17:4
DGND
VO24
SOV24
SVI24
Reference potential for X17:3
Auxiliary supply voltage DC+24 V, only to supply X17:4 on the same unit
Reference potential for DC+24 V input "Safe stop" (safety contact)
DC+24 V input "Safe stop" (safety contact)
XT
•
•
•
The binary inputs are electrically isolated by
optocouplers.
Selection options for binary inputs 7 and 8
(DIØ6/DIØ7) → Parameter menu P60_
Selection option for binary inputs 3 to 5
(DOØ3...DOØ5) → Parameter menu P62_
KTY+/TF-/TH connection (connect to X10:2 via TF/TH), factory setting to "No response" (→ P835)
Reference potential for binary signals / KTY–
Binary output DBØØ has fixed assignment "/Brake", load capacity max DC 150 mA (short-circuit proof, protected against external voltage to DC 30 V)
Shared contact binary output 1, factory setting "Ready"
Normally open contact binary output 1, max. load of relay contacts DC 30 V and DC 0.8 A
NC contact binary output 1
Binary output DBØ2, factory setting "/Fault", max. load capacity DC 50 mA (short-circuit proof, protected
against external voltage to DC 30 V). Selection options for binary outputs 1 and 2 (DOØ1 and DOØ2) →
Parameter menu P62_. Do not apply external voltage to binary outputs X10:3 (DBØØ) and X10:7 (DOØ2).
Only service interface. Option slot: DBG60B / UWS21B / USB11A
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45
Installation
Assignment of braking resistors, chokes and filters
5
5.8
Assignment of braking resistors, chokes and filters
AC 400/500 V units, size 0
MOVIDRIVE® MDX60/61B...-5A3
0005
0008
Size
Braking resistors
BW... /
BW..-..-T
Trip current
Part number
BW...
BW090-P52B1)
-
824 563 0
BW072-003
IF = 0.6 ARMS
826 058 3
BW072-005
IF = 1.0 ARMS
826 060 5
BW168/BW168-T
IF = 2.5 ARMS
820,604 X
1820 133 4
BW100-006
BW100-006-T
IF = 2.4 ARMS
821 701 7
1820 419 8
Σ Imains = AC 20 A
826 012 5
Line chokes
ND020-013
0011
0014
0
Part number
BW...-...-T
Part number
Line filter
Part number
NF009-503
Umax = AC 550 V
827 412 6
Output chokes
Inside diameter
Part number
HD001
d = 50 mm
813 325 5
for cable cross sections 1.5 ... 16 mm2 (AWG 16 ...
6)
HD002
d = 23 mm
813 557 6
for cable cross sections ≤ 1.5 mm2 (AWG 16)
Output filter (only in VFC operating mode)
Part number
HF008-503
826,029 X
A
HF015-503
826 030 3
B
HF022-503
826 031 1
A
B
1) Internal thermal overload protection, no bimetallic relay required.
46
A
In rated operation (100 %)
B
With variable torque load (125 %)
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Installation
Assignment of braking resistors, chokes and filters
5
AC 400/500 V units, size 1, 2S and 2
MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B...-5A3
0015
0022
Size
0030
0040
Braking resistors
BW... / BW..-..-T
Trip current
Part number
BW...
BW100-005
IF = 0.8 ARMS
826 269 1
IF = 2.4 ARMS
821 701 7
1820 419 8
BW168/BW168-T
IF = 3.4 ARMS
820,604 X
1820 133 4
BW268/BW268-T
IF = 4.2 ARMS
820 715 1
1820 417 1
BW147/BW147-T
IF = 5 ARMS
820 713 5
1820 134 2
BW247/BW247-T
IF = 6.5 ARMS
820 714 3
1820 084 2
BW347/BW347-T
IF = 9.2 ARMS
820 798 4
1820 135 0
BW039-012/
BW039-012-T
IF = 5.5 ARMS
821 689 4
1820 136 9
BW039-026-T
IF = 8.1 ARMS
1820 415 5
BW039-050-T
IF = 11.3 ARMS
1820 137 7
Line chokes
0075
2S
0110
2
Part number
BW...-...-T
BW100-006/
BW100-006-T
Part number
ND020-013
Σ Imains = AC 20
A
826 012 5
ND045-013
Σ Imains = AC 45
A
826 013 3
Line filter
Part number
NF009-503
827 412 6
A
NF014-503
827,116 X
B
NF018-503
0055
1
Umax = AC 550 V
NF035-503
A
B
827 413 4
827 128 3
Output chokes
Inside diameter
Part number
HD001
d = 50 mm
813 325 5
for cable cross sections 1.5 ... 16 mm2 (AWG 16 ... 6)
HD002
d = 23 mm
813 557 6
for cable cross sections ≤ 1.5 mm2 (AWG 16)
HD003
d = 88 mm
813 558 4
for cable cross sections > 16 mm2 (AWG 6)
Output filter (only in VFC operating
mode)
Part number
HF015-503
826 030 3
A
HF022-503
826 031 1
B
HF030-503
826,032 X
HF040-503
826 311 6
HF055-503
826 312 4
HF075-503
826 313 2
HF023-403
825 784 1
HF033-403
825,785 X
A
In rated operation (100 %)
B
With variable torque load (125 %)
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B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
47
Installation
Assignment of braking resistors, chokes and filters
5
AC 400/500 V units, sizes 3 and 4
MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B...-503
0150
Size
Part number
BW...
BW018-015/
BW018-015-P
IF = 9.1 ARMS
821 684 3
BW018-035-T
IF = 13.9 ARMS
BW018-075-T
IF = 20.4 ARMS
BW915-T
IF = 32.6 ARMS
1820 413 9
BW012-025/
BW012-025-P
IF = 14.4ARMS
BW012-050-T
IF = 20.4 ARMS
1820 140 7
BW012-100-T
IF = 28.8 ARMS
1820 141 5
BW106-T
IF = 47.4 ARMS
1820 083 4
BW206-T
IF = 54.7 ARMS
1820 412 0
Line chokes
ND045-013
48
0300
0370
3
Trip current
Braking resistors
BW... /
BW...-...-T
BW...-...-P
0220
Part number
BW...-...-T
0450
4
Part number
BW...-...-P
C
C
1820 138 5
C
C
1820 139 3
C
C
1 820 416 3
821 680 0
1 820 414 7
Part number
Σ Imains = AC 45 A
826 013 3
A
B
ND085-013
Σ Imains = AC 85 A
826 014 1
ND150-013
Σ Imains = AC 150
A
825 548 2
ND300-0053
Σ Imains = AC 300
A
827 721 4
A
B
A
In rated operation (100 %)
B
With variable torque load (125 %)
C
Connect two braking resistors in parallel and set twice the trip current on F16 (2 × IF)
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Installation
Assignment of braking resistors, chokes and filters
5
AC 400/500 V units, sizes 5 and 6
MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B...-503
0550
Size
0750
0900
5
1320
6
Trip current
Part number
BW...
BW018-015/
BW018-015-P
IF = 9.1 ARMS
821 684 3
BW018-035-T
IF = 13.9 ARMS
1820 138 5
BW018-075-T
IF = 20.4 ARMS
1820 139 3
BW915-T
IF = 32.6 ARMS
1820 413 9
BW012-025/
BW012-025-P
IF = 14.4 ARMS
BW012-050-T
IF = 20.4 ARMS
1820 140 7
BW012-100-T
IF = 28.8 ARMS
1820 141 5
BW106-T
IF = 47.7 ARMS
1820 083 4
C
C
C
BW206-T
IF = 54.7 ARMS
1820 412 0
C
C
C
Braking
resistors
BW... /
BW...-...-T
BW...-...-P
Line chokes
Part number
BW...-...-T
1100
Part number
BW...-...-P
1 820 416 3
821 680 0
1 820 414 7
Part number
ND045-013
Σ Imains = AC 45 A
826 013 3
ND085-013
Σ Imains = AC 85 A
826 014 1
ND150-013
Σ Imains = AC 150
A
825 548 2
ND300-0053
Σ Imains = AC 300
A
827 721 4
A
In rated operation (100 %)
B
With variable torque load (125 %)
C
Connect two braking resistors in parallel and set twice the trip current on F16 (2 × IF)
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Installation
Assignment of braking resistors, chokes and filters
5
AC 400/500 V units, sizes 3 to 6
MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B...-503
0150
Size
Part number
NF035-503
827 128 3
A
NF048-503
827 117 8
B
NF063-503
827 414 2
NF085-503
Umax = AC 550 V
0370
0450
0550
4
0750
5
0900
1100
1320
6
A
B
A
B
827 415 0
A
B
827 416 9
A
B
NF150-503
827 417 7
NF210-503
827 418 5
A
NF300-503
827 419 3
B
Output chokes
Inside diameter
Part number
HD001
d = 50 mm
813 325 5
for cable cross sections 1.5...16 mm2 (AWG
16...6)
HD003
d = 88 mm
813 558 4
for cable cross sections > 16 mm2 (AWG 6)
HD004
Connection
with M12 bolt
816 885 7
Output filter (only in VFC operating
mode)
50
0300
3
Line filter
NF115-503
0220
Part number
HF033-403
825,785 X
A
B/D
HF047-403
825 786 8
B
A
HF450-503
826 948 3
A/D
B
A
In rated operation (100 %)
B
With variable torque load (125 %)
D
Connect two output filters in parallel
E
In rated operation (100 %): One output filter
With variable torque load (125 %): Connect two output filters in parallel
E
D
D
Operating Instructions – MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B Drive Inverters
Installation
Assignment of braking resistors, chokes and filters
5
AC 230 V units, sizes 1 to 4
MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B...-2_3
0015
0022
Size
0037
0055
1
0075
0110
2
0150
0220
3
0300
4
Braking resistors
BW...-.../
BW...-...-T
Trip current
Part number BW...
BW039-003
IF = 2.7 ARMS
821 687 8
BW039-006
IF = 3.9 ARMS
821 688 6
BW039-012
BW039-012-T
IF = 5.5 ARMS
821 689 4
BW039-026-T
IF = 8.1 ARMS
BW027-006
IF = 4.7 ARMS
822 422 6
BW027-012
IF = 6.6 ARMS
822 423 4
BW018-015-T
IF = 9.1 ARMS
1 820 416 3
C
C
C
C
BW018-035-T
IF = 13.9 ARMS
1 820 138 5
C
C
C
C
BW018-075-T
IF = 20.4 ARMS
1 820 139 3
C
C
C
C
BW915-T
IF = 32.6 ARMS
1 820 413 9
C
C
C
C
BW012-025-T
IF = 14.4 ARMS
1 820 414 7
BW012-050-T
IF = 20.4 ARMS
1 820 140 7
BW012-100-T
IF = 28.8 ARMS
1 820 141 5
BW106-T
IF = 47.4 ARMS
1 820 083 4
C
C
BW206-T
IF = 54.7 ARMS
1 820 412 0
C
C
Line chokes
Part number BW......-T
1 820 136 9
1 820 415 5
Part number
ND020-013
Σ Imains = AC 20 A
826 012 5
A
ND045-013
Σ Imains = AC 45 A
826 013 3
B
ND085-013
Σ Imains = AC 85 A
826 014 1
ND150-013
Σ Imains = AC 150 A
825 548 2
Line filter
B
A
B
Part number
NF009-503
827 412 6
A
NF014-503
827,116 X
B
NF018-503
827 413 4
NF035-503
827 128 3
NF048-503
A
Umax = AC 550 V
A
B
827 117 8
A
NF063-503
827 414 2
B
NF085-503
827 415 0
A
NF115-503
827 416 9
B
Output chokes
Inside diameter
Part number
HD001
d = 50 mm
813 325 5
for cable cross sections 1.5 ... 16 mm2 (AWG 16 ... 6)
HD002
d = 23 mm
813 557 6
for cable cross sections ≤ 1.5 mm2 (AWG 16)
HD003
d = 88 mm
813 558 4
for cable cross sections > 16 mm2 (AWG 6)
A
In rated operation (100 %)
B
With variable torque load (125 %)
C
Connect two braking resistors in parallel and set twice the trip current on F16 (2 × IF)
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Installation
Connecting the system bus (SBus 1)
5
5.9
Connecting the system bus (SBus 1)
NOTE
Only if P884 "SBus baud rate" = 1000 kbaud:
Do not combine MOVIDRIVE® compact MCH4_A units with other MOVIDRIVE® units
in the same system bus combination.
The units may be combined at baud rates ≠ 1000 kbaud.
Max. 64 CAN bus stations can be addressed using the system bus (SBus). Use a
repeater after 20 or 30 stations, depending on the length of the cables and the cable
capacity. The SBus supports transmission technology compliant with ISO 11898.
The "Serial Communication" manual contains detailed information about the system
bus. This manual can be ordered from SEW-EURODRIVE.
SBus wiring diagram
Control unit
S 11
S 12
S 13
S 14
Systembus
Terminating resistor
Control unit
ON OFF
Systembus
Ref.
Systembus High
Systembus Low
Control unit
1
2
3
Systembus
Ref.
Systembus High
Systembus Low
ON OFF
X12:
DGND
SC11
SC12
S 11
S 12
S 13
S 14
Systembus
Terminating resistor
ON OFF
X12:
DGND
SC11
SC12
S 11
S 12
S 13
S 14
Systembus
Terminating resistor
1
2
3
Systembus
Ref.
Systembus High
Systembus Low
X12:
DGND
SC11
SC12
1
2
3
54534AEN
Cable specification
•
Use a 4-core twisted and shielded copper cable (data transmission cable with
braided copper shield). The cable must meet the following specifications:
– Core cross section 0.25 ... 0.75 mm2 (AWG 23 ... AWG 18)
– Line resistance 120 Ω at 1 MHz
– Capacitance per unit length ≤ 40 pF/m at 1 kHz
Suitable cables include CAN bus or DeviceNet cables.
Shielding
•
Connect the shield to the electronics shield clamp on the inverter or master controller
and make sure it is connected over a wide area at both ends.
Cable length
•
The permitted total cable length depends on the baud rate setting of the SBus
(P884):
–
–
–
–
52
125 kbaud
250 kbaud
500 kBaud
1000 kbaud
→ 320 m
→ 160 m
→ 80 m
→ 40 m
Operating Instructions – MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B Drive Inverters
Installation
Connecting the RS485 interface
Terminating
resistor
•
5
Switch on the system bus terminating resistor (S12 = ON) at the start and end of the
system bus connection. Switch off the terminating resistor on the other units (S12 =
OFF).
STOP!
There must not be any potential displacement between the units connected with the
SBus. This can restrict the functionality of the units.
Take suitable measures to avoid a potential displacement, e.g. by connecting the unit
ground connectors using a separate lead.
5.10
Connecting the RS485 interface
The RS485 interface can be used for connecting max. 32 MOVIDRIVE® units, e.g. for
master/slave operation, or 31 MOVIDRIVE® units and a master control system (PLC).
Wiring diagram for RS485 interface
X13:
RS485+
RS485-
X13:
X13:
DIØØ 1
DIØ1 2
DIØ2 3
DIØ3 4
DIØ4 5
DIØ5 6
DCOM 7
VO24 8
DGND 9
ST11 10
ST12 11
RS485+
RS485-
DIØØ 1
DIØ1 2
DIØ2 3
DIØ3 4
DIØ4 5
DIØ5 6
DCOM 7
VO24 8
DGND 9
ST11 10
ST12 11
RS485+
RS485-
DIØØ 1
DIØ1 2
DIØ2 3
DIØ3 4
DIØ4 5
DIØ5 6
DCOM 7
VO24 8
DGND 9
ST11 10
ST12 11
54535AXX
Cable specification
•
Use a 4-core twisted and shielded copper cable (data transmission cable with
braided copper shield). The cable must meet the following specifications:
– Core cross section 0.25 ... 0.75 mm2
– Cable resistance 100 ... 150 Ω at 1 MHz
– Capacitance per unit length ≤ 40 pF/m at 1 kHz
Shielding
•
Connect the shield to the electronics shield clamp on the inverter or higher-level controller and make sure it is connected over a wide area at both ends.
Cable length
•
The permitted total cable length is 200 m.
Terminating
resistor
•
Dynamic terminating resistors are installed. Do not connect any external
terminating resistors.
STOP!
There must not be any potential displacement between the units connected via the
RS485. This can restrict the functionality of the units.
Take suitable measures to avoid a potential displacement, e.g. by connecting the unit
ground connectors using a separate lead.
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Installation
Connecting the interface adapter type DWE11B/12B
5
5.11
Connecting the interface adapter type DWE11B/12B
Part number and
description
•
DWE11B, part number 188 187 6
The interface adapter DWE11B (HTL→TTL) in the form of an adapter cable is used
to connect single-ended HTL encoders to the HIPERFACE® encoder card
DEH11B. Only the A, B and C tracks are connected. The interface adapter is suitable
for all HTL encoders that were operated on MOVIDRIVE® A, MDV and MCV and can
be connected without any rewiring effort.
[A]
[C]
[B]
58748AXX
[A] 5 x 2 x 0.25 mm2 / length 1000 mm / max. cable length between inverter - encoder:
100 m
[B] DC 24 V connection for HTL encoder; 1 x 0.5 mm2 / 250 mm long
Signal
Terminal of 9-pin sub D socket [C] (encoder end)
A
1
B
2
C
3
UB
9
GND
5
•
DWE12B, part number 188 180 9
The interface adapter DWE12B (HTL→TTL) in the form of an adapter cable is used
to connect push-pull HTL encoders to the HIPERFACE®encoder card DEH11B.
In addition to the A, B and C track, you will also have to connect the negated tracks
(A, B, C). SEW-EURODRIVE recommends using this interface adapter for any new
system.
[A]
[C]
[B]
58748XX
[A] 4 x 2 x 0,25 mm2 / length 1000 mm / max. cable length between inverter - encoder:
200 m
[B] DC 24 V connection for HTL encoder; 1 x 0.5 mm2 / 250 mm long
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Signal
Terminal of 9-pin sub D socket [C] (encoder end)
A
1
A
6
B
2
B
7
C
3
C
8
UB
9
GND
5
Operating Instructions – MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B Drive Inverters
Installation
Connecting interface adapter UWS21B (RS232)
5.12
5
Connecting interface adapter UWS21B (RS232)
Part number
Interface adapter UWS21B: 1 820 456 2
Scope of delivery
The scope of delivery for the UWS21B option includes:
Connecting
MOVIDRIVE® to
UWS21B
•
UWS21B adapter
•
CD-ROM with MOVITOOLS®
•
Serial interface cable with 9-pin sub D socket and 9-pin sub D connector to connect
the UWS21B option to the PC.
•
Serial interface cable with two RJ10 connectors to connect UWS21B to
MOVIDRIVE®.
•
Use the connection cable supplied to connect the UWS21B option to the
MOVIDRIVE® unit.
•
Plug the connection cable into the XT slot of the MOVIDRIVE® unit.
•
Note that the DBG60B keypad and the UWS21B serial interface cannot be
connected to the MOVIDRIVE® at the same time.
MOVIDRIVE® MDX60/61B
UWS21B
59193AXX
Figure 22: Connection cable between MOVIDRIVE® and UWS21B
Connecting
UWS21B to PC
•
Use the connection cable supplied (shielded RS232 standard interface cable) to connect the UWS21B option to the PC.
PC COM 1-4
UWS21B
5
GND
5
3
2
TxD
3
2
RxD
max. 5 m (16.5 ft)
RS232
[1]
Figure 23: UWS21B-PC connection cable (1:1 connection assignment)
[1]
9-pin sub D connector
[2]
9-pin sub D socket
Operating Instructions – MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B Drive Inverters
[2]
59194AXX
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Installation
Connecting the interface adapter USB11A
5
5.13
Connecting the interface adapter USB11A
Part number
Interface adapter USB11A: 824 831 1
Scope of delivery
•
The scope of delivery for the USB11A includes:
–
–
–
–
Connecting
MOVIDRIVE®USB11A - PC
USB11A interface adapter
USB connection cable PC - USB11A (type USB A-B)
Connection cable for MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B - USB11A (cable RJ10-RJ10)
CD-ROM with drivers and MOVITOOLS®
•
The USB11A interface adapter supports USB 1.1 and USB 2.0.
•
Use the connection cable [1] (RJ10 - RJ10) supplied to connect the USB11A option
to the MOVIDRIVE® unit.
•
Plug the connection cable [1] into the XT slot of MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B and into
the RS485 slot of the USB11A.
•
Note that the DBG60B keypad and the USB11A interface adapter cannot be connected to the MOVIDRIVE® at the same time.
•
Use the USB connection cable [2] (type USB A-B) to connect the USB11A to the PC.
MOVIDRIVE® MDX60/61B
PC COM 1-4
[1]
[2]
USB11A
Figure 24: Connection cable for MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B - USB11A
Installation
Operation with
MOVITOOLS®
54532AXX
•
Connect the USB11A to a PC and MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B using the connection
cables supplied.
•
Insert the enclosed CD into the CD drive of your PC and install the driver. The first
free COM port on the PC will be assigned to the USB11A interface adapter.
•
After installation, the PC recognizes the USB11A interface converter after approximately 5 to 10 s.
•
Start MOVITOOLS®.
NOTE
If the connection between the PC and USB11A is interrupted, you will have to restart
MOVITOOLS®.
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Installation
Option combinations for MDX61B
5.14
5
Option combinations for MDX61B
Arrangement of
the option slots
Size 0 (0005 ... 0014)
Sizes 1 ... 6 (0015 ... 1320)
[1]
[2]
[3]
60004AXX
Option card combinations for
MDX61B
[1]
Fieldbus slot for communication options
[2]
Encoder slot for encoder options
[3]
Expansion slot for communication options (only sizes 1 to 6)
The option cards are different sizes and can only be installed in the matching option
slots. The following list shows the possible combinations of option cards for
MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B.
MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B
Option
card
Name
Encoder slot
Size 0 - size 6
DEH11B
Encoder input incr. / Hiperface®
X
DER11B
Encoder input resolver / Hiperface®
X
Fieldbus slot
Size 0 - size 6
DFP21B
Fieldbus interface Profibus
X
DFI11B
Fieldbus interface Interbus
X
DFI21B
Fieldbus interface Interbus LWL
X
DFD11B
Fieldbus interface DeviceNet
X
DFC11B
Fieldbus interface CAN/CANopen
X
DFE11B
DFE12B
DFE13B
Fieldbus interface Ethernet
X
DIO11B
I/O expansion
X
DRS11B
Phase-synchronous operation
DIP11B
SSI encoder interface
Expansion slot
Size 1 - size 6
X1)
X
X
®
DHP11B
User-programmable MOVI-PLC
basic controller
DHP11B
+ OST11B
DHP11B + OST11B (RS485 interface,
only in combination with DHP11B)
X
OST11B
DHP11B
DHP11B +
OST11B2)
1) When fieldbus slot is not available
2) When encoder slot is not available
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Installation
Installing and removing options cards
5
5.15
Installing and removing options cards
NOTES
Before you begin
•
For MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B size 0, only SEW-EURODRIVE is authorized to install
or remove option cards.
•
You can install or remove the option cards yourself for MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B sizes
1 to 6.
Read the following notes before installing or removing an option card:
STOP!
Electrostatic charge.
Damage to electronic components.
58
•
Disconnect the inverter from the power. Switch off the DC 24 V and the supply
voltage.
•
Take appropriate measures to protect the option card from electrostatic charge (use
discharge strap, conductive shoes, etc.) before touching it.
•
Before installing the option card, remove the keypad (→ Sec. "Removing/installing the keypad") and the front cover (→ Sec. "Removing/installing the front cover").
•
After having installed the option card, replace the keypad (→ Sec. "Removing/installing the keypad") and the front cover (→ Sec. "Removing/installing the front
cover").
•
Keep the option card in its original packaging until immediately before you are ready
to install it.
•
Hold the option card by its edges only. Do not touch any components.
Operating Instructions – MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B Drive Inverters
Installation
Installing and removing options cards
5
Basic procedure for installing/removing an option card (MDX61B, sizes 1 - 6)
2.
1.
2.
1.
3.
3.
3.
4.
4.
60039AXX
1. Remove the retaining screws holding the card retaining bracket. Pull the card
retaining bracket out evenly from the slot (do not twist!).
2. Remove the retaining screws of the black cover plate on the card retaining bracket.
Remove the black cover plate.
3. Position the option card onto the retaining bracket so that the retaining screws fit into
the corresponding bores on the card retaining bracket.
4. Insert the retaining bracket with installed option card into the slot, pressing slightly so
it is seated properly. Secure the card retaining bracket with the retaining screws.
5. To remove the option card, follow the instructions in reverse order.
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Installation
Connecting the encoder and resolver
5
5.16
Connecting the encoder and resolver
NOTES
General installation information
•
The wiring diagrams do now show the view onto the cable end. They show the
connection to the motor or MOVIDRIVE®.
•
The core colors specified in the wiring diagrams are in accordance with the IEC 757
color code and correspond to the core colors used in the prefabricated cables from
SEW.
•
The sub D connectors shown in the wiring diagrams have a 4/40 UNC thread.
•
Max. line length from inverter - encoder/resolver: 100 m with a capacitance per unit
length ≤ 120 nF/km.
•
Core cross section: 0,20 ... 0.5 mm2 (AWG 24 ... 20)
•
If you cut a core of the encoder/resolver cable, isolate the cut-off end of the core.
•
Use shielded cables with twisted pair conductors and make sure they are grounded
on both ends over a large surface area:
– At the encoder in the cable gland or in the encoder plug
– At the inverter in the housing of the sub D connector
•
Route the encoder/resolver cable separately from the power cables.
Shielding
Connect the shield of the encoder/resolver cable over a large area.
On the inverter
Connect the shield on the inverter end in the housing of the sub D connector (→ following illustration).
01939BXX
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Installation
Connecting the encoder and resolver
On the
encoder/resolver
5
Connect the shield on the encoder/resolver side at the respective earthing clamps (→
following illustration). When using an EMC screw fitting, apply the shield over a wide
area in the cable gland. For drives with a plug connector, connect the shield on the
encoder plug.
1 2 3 4 5 6
7 8 9 10
1 2 3 4 5 6
7 8 9 10
55513AXX
Prefabricated
cables
SEW-EURODRIVE offers prefabricated cables for connecting encoders/resolvers. We
recommend using these prefabricated cables.
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Installation
Connecting option DEH11B (HIPERFACE®)
5
5.17
Connecting option DEH11B (HIPERFACE®)
Part number
HIPERFACE® encoder card type DEH11B: 824 310 7
NOTES
Front view of
DEH11B
•
The "HIPERFACE® encoder card type DEH11B" option is only possible in conjunction with MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B, not with MDX60B.
•
The DEH11B option must be plugged into the encoder slot.
Description
Terminal
Function
DEH11B
X14: Input for external encoder or
output for incremental encoder
simulation
1
Connection → page 69 to page 72
X14:1
X14:2
X14:3
X14:4
X14:5/6
X14:7
X14:8
X14:9
X14:10
X14:11
X14:12
X14:13/14
X14:15
(COS+) signal track A (K1)
(SIN+) signal track B (K2)
Signal track C (K0)
DATA +
Reserved
switchover
Reference potential DGND
(COS–) Signal track A (K1)
(SIN–) Signal track B (K2)
Signal track C (K0)
DATA Reserved
DC+12 V (max. load X14:15 and X15:15 = DC 650 mA)
X15:1
X15:2
X15:3
X15:4
X15:5
X15:6
X15:7
X15:8
X15:9
X15:10
X15:11
X15:12
X15:13
X15:14
X15:15
(COS+) signal track A (K1)
(SIN+) signal track B (K2)
Signal track C (K0)
DATA +
Reserved
Reference potential TF/TH/KTY–
Reserved
Reference potential DGND
(COS–) Signal track A (K1)
(SIN–) Signal track B (K2)
Signal track C (K0)
DATA Reserved
TF/TH/KTY+ connection
DC+12 V (max. load X14:15 and X15:15 = DC 650 mA)
X14
9
8
15
8
X15
15
Pulse count of the incremental
encoder simulation:
• 1024 pulses/revolution with
HIPERFACE® encoder on X15
• as at X51: Motor encoder
input with sin/cos encoder or
TTL encoder on X15
X15: Motor encoder input
9
1
59239AXX
STOP!
The connections on X14 and X15 must not be installed or removed during operation.
Electrical components in the encoder or on the encoder card could be destroyed.
De-energize the inverter before plugging or removing the encoder connections. Switch
off the supply voltage and the DC 24 V (X10:9).
NOTES
62
•
If X14 is used as an incremental encoder simulation output, the switchover (X14:7)
must be jumpered with DGND (X14:8).
•
The DC 12 V supply voltage from X14 and X15 is sufficient to operate SEW
encoders (except HTL encoders) with a DC 24 V supply voltage. With all other
encoders, check whether they can be connected to the DC 12 V supply voltage.
Operating Instructions – MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B Drive Inverters
Installation
Connecting option DEH11B (HIPERFACE®)
5
STOP!
Do not connect HTL encoders E..C to X15 of option DEH11B.
Doing so can destroy the X15 (motor encoder input) on the DEH11B option.
Only connect HTL encoders E..C to option DEH11B using the interface adapter
DWE11B/12B (→ Sec. "Connecting the interface adapter type DWE11B/12B").
Permitted encoders
The following encoders may be connected to the "HIPERFACE® encoder card type
DEH11B" option:
•
HIPERFACE® encoder type AS1H, ES1H or AV1H
•
sin/cos encoder type ES1S, ES2S, EV1S or EH1S
•
DC 5 V TTL encoder with DC 24 V voltage supply type ES1R, ES2R, EV1R or EH1R
•
DC 5 V TTL encoder with DC 5 V voltage supply type ES1T, ES2T, EV1T or EH1T
via option DWI11A
HIPERFACE®
encoder
connection
HIPERFACE® encoders AS1H, ES1H and AV1H are recommended for operation with
DEH11B. Depending on the motor type and motor configuration, the encoder is
connected via plug connector or terminal box.
DT../DV.., DS56,
CT../CV..,
CM71...112 with
plug connector
Connect the HIPERFACE® encoder to the option DEH11B as follows:
AS1H / ES1H / AV1H
max. 100 m
DEH11B, X15:
cos+ 3 RD
8
9
cos- 4 BU
1
sin+ 5 YE
2 10
12 7
6 GN
sin11
7 VT
6
DATA3
5
DATA+ 8 BK
4
TF/TH/KTY+ 9 BN
TF/TH/KTY- 10 WH
11 GYPK
US 12 RDBU
1
9
2
10
12
4
14
6
8
15
PK
GY
쵰
15
9
8
1
쵰
54439BXX
NOTE
Important for DT/DV and CT/CV motors: The TF or TH is not connected to the encoder
cable but must be connected using an additional 2-core shielded cable.
Part numbers of the prefabricated cables:
•
For fixed routing:
1332 453 5
•
For cable carrier routing:
1332 455 1
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Installation
Connecting option DEH11B (HIPERFACE®)
5
Part numbers of the prefabricated extension cables:
CM71...112 with
terminal box
•
For fixed routing:
199 539 1
•
For cable carrier routing:
199 540 5
Connect the HIPERFACE® encoder to the option DEH11B as follows:
A..H / E..H
cos+ 1
cos- 2
sin+ 3
sin- 4
DATA- 5
DATA+ 6
TF/TH/KTY+ 9
TF/TH/KTY- 10
7
8
max. 100 m
DEH11B, X15:
RD
BU
YE
GN
VT
BK
BN
WH
GYPK
RDBU
1
9
2
10
12
4
14
6
8
15
PK
GY
쵰
15
8
9
1
쵰
54440CXX
Figure 25: Connecting HIPERFACE® encoder to DEH11B as a motor encoder
Part numbers of the prefabricated cables:
Connecting
sin/cos encoder
to DT../DV..,
CT../CV motors
•
For fixed routing:
1332 457 8
•
For cable carrier routing:
1332 454 3
The high resolution sin/cos encoders EH1S, ES1S, ES2S or EV1S can also be
connected to DEH11B. Connect the sin/cos encoder to the option DEH11B as follows:
max. 100 m
E..S / E..R
DEH11B, X15:
YE
GN
RD
BU
PK
GY
1
9
2
10
3
11
15
8
WH
BN
BK
VT
쵰
15
9
8
1
쵰
Figure 26: Connecting the sin/cos encoder to DEH11B as a motor encoder
54329CXX
Part numbers of the prefabricated cables:
64
•
For fixed routing:
1332 459 4
•
For cable carrier routing:
1332 458 6
Operating Instructions – MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B Drive Inverters
Installation
Connecting option DEH11B (HIPERFACE®)
5
Connecting TTL
encoders to
DT../DV.. motors
TTL encoders from SEW-EURODRIVE are available with DC 24 V and DC 5 V voltage
supply.
DC 24 V voltage
supply
Connect TTL encoders with DC 24 V voltage supply EH1R, ES1R, ES2R or EV1R in the
same way as the high-resolution sin/cos encoders (→ Figure 26).
DC 5 V voltage
supply
TTL encoders with a DC 5 V voltage supply ES1T, ES2T, EH1T or EV1T must be connected via the "DC 5 V encoder power supply type DWI11A" option (part number 822
759 4). The sensor cable must also be connected to correct the supply voltage of the
encoder. Connect this encoder as follows:
DEH11B, X15:
1
1
6
2
7
3
8
9
5
BK
VT
쵰
ES1T / ES2T / EV1T / EH1T
max. 100 m
6
9
1
5
쵰
YE
GN
RD
BU
PK
GY
WH
BN
VT*
1
6
2
7
3
8
9
5
4*
쵰
DWI11A
X1: MOVIDRIVE
9
8
1
9
2
10
3
11
15
8
9
X2: Encoder
15
max. 5 m
YE
GN
RD
BU
PK
GY
WH
BN
6
5
1
쵰
Figure 27: Connecting the TTL encoder via DWI11A to DEH11B as a motor encoder
54330BXX
* Connect the sensor cable (VT) on the encoder to UB, do not jumper on the DWI11A!
Part numbers of the prefabricated cables:
•
HIPERFACE® encoder card type DEH11B X15 option: → DWI11A X1:
MOVIDRIVE®
– For fixed routing:
•
817 957 3
Encoders ES1T / ES2T / EV1T / EH1T → DWI11A X2: Encoders
– For fixed routing:
– For cable carrier routing:
198 829 8
198,828 X
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Installation
Connecting option DER11B (resolver)
5
5.18
Connecting option DER11B (resolver)
Part number
Resolver card option type DER11B: 824 307 7
NOTES
Front view of
DER11B
DER11B
The "resolver card type DER11B" option is only possible in conjunction with
MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B, not with MDX60B.
•
The DER11B option must be plugged into the encoder slot.
Description
Terminal
Function
X14: Input for external encoder or
output for incremental encoder simulation
X14:1
X14:2
X14:3
X14:4
X14:5/6
X14:7
X14:8
X14:9
X14:10
X14:11
X14:12
X14:13/14
X14:15
(cos) signal track A (K1)
(sin) signal track B (K2)
Signal track C (K0)
DATA +
Reserved
switchover
Reference potential DGND
(cos–) Signal track A (K1)
(sin–) Signal track B (K2)
Signal track C (K0)
DATA Reserved
DC+12 V (max. load DC 650 mA)
X15:1
X15:2
X15:3
X15:4
X15:5
X15:6
X15:7
X15:8
X15:9
sin+ (S2)
cos+ (S1)
Ref.+ (R1)
N.C.
Reference potential TF/TH/KTY–
sin– (S4)
cos– (S3)
Ref.– (R2)
TF/TH/KTY+ connection
9
1
Connection → page 69 to page 72
15
8
The pulse count of the incremental
encoder simulation is always 1024
pulses per revolution
9
5
6
1
X14
X15
•
X15: Resolver input
59240AXX
STOP!
The connections on X14 and X15 must not be installed or removed during operation.
Electrical components in the encoder or on the encoder card could be destroyed.
De-energize the inverter before plugging or removing the encoder connections. Switch
off the supply voltage and the DC 24 V (X10:9).
NOTES
66
•
If X14 is used as an incremental encoder simulation output, the switchover (X14:7)
must be jumpered with DGND (X14:8).
•
The DC 12 V supply voltage from X14 is sufficient to operate SEW encoders (except
HTL encoders) with a DC 24 V supply voltage. With all other encoders, check
whether they can be connected to the DC 12 V supply voltage.
Operating Instructions – MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B Drive Inverters
Installation
Connecting option DER11B (resolver)
Permitted encoders
5
The following encoders can be connected at X14 (external encoder inputs):
•
HIPERFACE® encoder type AS1H, ES1H or AV1H
•
sin/cos encoder type ES1S, ES2S, EV1S or EH1S
•
DC 5 V TTL encoder with DC 24 V voltage supply type ES1R, ES2R, EV1R or EH1R
•
DC 5 V TTL encoder with DC 5 V voltage supply type ES1T, ES2T, EV1T or EH1T
via option DWI11A
2-pole resolvers, AC 7 Veff, 7 kHz, can be connected at X15 (resolved input). The gear
ratio of the resolver amplitudes must be approximately 0.5. The control dynamics
decrease if the value is lower; the evaluation may be unstable if the value is higher.
Resolver
SEW-EURODRIVE offers the following prefabricated cables for connecting resolvers to
DER11B:
Part number
For motor type
DS56
CM71 ... 112
Terminal / pin
assignment
Fixed routing
Cable carrier installation
with plug connector
199 487 5
199 319 4
Extension cable
199 542 1
199 541 3
CM71 ... 112
With terminal box
199 589 8
199 590 1
DS56
With terminal box
1332 817 4
1332 844 1
CM motors: The resolver connections are located in a plug connector or on a 10-pin
Wago terminal strip.
DS Motors: The resolver connections in the terminal box are either located on a 10-pin
Phoenix terminal strip or in the plug connector.
CM plug connector DS56:Intercontec, type ASTA021NN00 10 000 5 000
Terminal / pin
Description
1
Ref.+
2
Ref.-
3
cos +
4
cos-
5
sin+
6
sin-
9
TF / TH / KTY
+
10
Core color in prefabricated cable
Reference
Cosine signal
Sine signals
Motor protection
TF/TH/KTY–
Pink (PK)
Gray (GY)
Red (RD)
Blue (BU)
Yellow (YE)
Green (GN)
Brown (BN) / violet (VT)
White (WH) / black (BK)
The resolver signals have the same numbering on the 10-pin Phoenix terminal strip and
in the plug connectors.
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Installation
Connecting option DER11B (resolver)
5
Connection
Connect the resolver as follows:
max. 100 m
CM71...112
DS56
9
1
8
12 7
2 10
11
3
4
[1]
6
5
1
Ref.+
2
Ref.3
cos+
4
cos5
sin+
6
sin7
N.C.
N.C.
8
9 TF/TH/KTY+
10 TF/TH/KTY[2]
DER11B, X15:
PK
GY
RD
BU
YE
GN
3
8
2
7
1
6
9
5
4
BN
WH
9
5
6
1
VT
BK
쵰
쵰
54331BXX
68
[1]
Plug connector
[2]
Terminal strip
Operating Instructions – MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B Drive Inverters
Installation
Connecting an external encoder
5.19
5
Connecting an external encoder
External encoder
Voltage supply
The following external encoders can be connected to connector X14 of the DEH11B
option and the DER11B option.
•
HIPERFACE® encoder AV1H
•
High-resolution sin/cos encoders with signal voltage 1 VSS
•
DC 5 V encoder with signal level to RS422
SEW encoders with DC 24 V voltage supply (max. DC 180 mA) are connected directly
to X14. . These SEW encoders are then powered by the inverter.
SEW encoders with a DC 5 V voltage supply must be connected via the "DC 5 V encoder
power supply type DWI11A" option (part number 822 759 4).
Connecting
HIPERFACE®
encoder AV1H
Connect the HIPERFACE® encoder AV1H as follows:
9
1
2
8
12 7
10
11
3
4
DEH11B/DER11B,
X14:
1
9
2
1
9
10
4
12
15
8
15 8
max. 100 m
AV1H
6
5
COS 3 RD
REFCOS 4 BU
SIN 5 YE
REFSIN 6 GN
DATA+ 8 BK
DATA- 7 VT
US 12 RDBU
11 GYPK
GY
PK
쵰
쵰
54332BXX
Figure 28: Connecting the HIPERFACE® encoder AV1H to DEH11B/DER11B as external
encoder
Part numbers of the prefabricated cables:
•
For fixed routing:
818 015 6
•
For cable carrier routing:
818 165 9
Part numbers of the prefabricated extension cables:
•
For fixed routing:
199 539 1
•
For cable carrier routing:
199 540 5
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Installation
Connecting an external encoder
5
sin/cos encoder
connection
Connect the sin/cos encoder as follows:
EH1S / EH1R / ES1S / ES1R
EV1S / EV1R / ES2R / ES2S
DEH11B/DER11B,
X14:
max. 100 m
YE
GN
RD
BU
PK
GY
WH
BN
1
9
2
10
3
11
15
8
BK
VT
쵰
9
15
1
8
쵰
Figure 29: Connecting the sin/cos encoder to DEH11B/DER11B as an external encoder
54333BXX
Part numbers of the prefabricated cables:
70
•
For fixed routing:
819 869 1
•
For cable carrier routing:
818 168 3
TTL encoder connection
TTL encoders from SEW-EURODRIVE are available with DC 24 V and DC 5 V voltage
supply.
DC 24 V voltage
supply
Connect TTL encoders with DC 24 V voltage supply EV1R in the same way as the highresolution sin/cos encoders (→ Figure 26).
Operating Instructions – MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B Drive Inverters
Installation
Connecting an external encoder
DC-5 V encoders with a DC 5 V voltage supply EV1T, EH1T, ES1T and ES2T must be
connected via the "DC 5 V encoder power supply type DWI11A" option (part number 822
759 4). The sensor cable must also be connected to correct the supply voltage of the
encoder. Connect this encoder as follows:
DEH11B / DER11B, X14:
15
1
8
YE
GN
RD
BU
PK
GY
WH
BN
1
9
2
10
3
11
15
8
1
6
2
7
3
8
9
5
BK
VT
쵰
EH1T /EV1T
ES1T / ES2T
max. 100 m
6
9
1
5
쵰
YE
GN
RD
BU
PK
GY
WH
BN
VT*
1
6
2
7
3
8
9
5
4*
쵰
DWI11A
X1: MOVIDRIVE
9
max. 5 m
9
X2: Encoder
DC 5 V voltage
supply
5
6
5
1
쵰
54335BXX
Figure 30: Connecting the TTL encoder EV1T to MDX via DWI11A as an external encoder
* Connect the sensor cable (VT) on the encoder to UB, do not jumper with DWI11A!
Part numbers of the prefabricated cables:
•
HIPERFACE® encoder card type DEH11B X14: → DWI11A X1: MOVIDRIVE®
– For fixed routing:
•
818 164 0
Encoder EV1T → DWI11A X2: Encoders
– For fixed routing:
– For cable carrier routing:
198 829 8
198,828 X
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Installation
Connection of incremental encoder simulation
5
5.20
Connection of incremental encoder simulation
Incremental
encoder
simulation
Connector X14 of the DEH11B or DER11B option can also be used as the incremental
encoder simulation output. For this purpose, you must jumper "switchover" (X14:7) with
DGND (X14:8). X14 then delivers the incremental encoder signals with a signal level
according to RS422. The number of pulses is:
•
With DEH11B as on X15 motor encoder input
•
With DER11B 1024 pulses/revolution
DEH11B / DER1B
X14:
max. 100 m
YE
GN
RD
BU
PK
GY
1
9
2
10
3
11
15
8
7
쵰
9
15
1
8
쵰
Figure 31: Incremental encoder simulation connection to DEH11B or DER11B
59307ADE
Part number of the prefabricated cable:
•
Option type DEH/DER11B X14: → incremental encoder simulation
– For fixed routing:
72
819 768 7
Operating Instructions – MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B Drive Inverters
Installation
Master/slave connection
5.21
5
Master/slave connection
Master/slave
connection
Connector X14 of the DEH11B or DER11B option can also be used for the "internal synchronous operation" application (master/slave connection of several MOVIDRIVE®
units). For this purpose, you must jumper "switchover" (X14:7) with DGND (X14:8) on
the master end.
The following figure shows an X14-X14 connection (= master/slave connection)
between two MOVIDRIVE® units.
max. 10 m
9
15
1
8
1 RD
9 BU
2 YE
10 GN
3 VT
11 BK
15
8
7
1
9
2
10
3
11
15
8
7
9
15
1
8
59308AXX
Part number of the prefabricated cable:
•
For fixed routing:
817 958 1
NOTES
•
A maximum of 3 slaves can be connected to the MOVIDRIVE® master.
•
Important: Do not connect X14:7 when connecting the individual MOVIDRIVE®
slaves together. Only jumper the connections X14:7 and X14:8 on the
MOVIDRIVE® master.
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Installation
Connection and terminal description of the DIO11B option
5
5.22
Connection and terminal description of the DIO11B option
Part number
Terminal expansion board type DIO11B: 824 308 5
NOTES
Front view of
DIO11B
•
The "input/output board type DIO11B" option is only possible in conjunction with
MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B, not with MDX60B.
•
The DIO11B option must be plugged into the fieldbus slot. If the fieldbus slot is not
available, you can plug the DIO11B expansion board in the expansion slot.
•
The extended handle end of the plug connectors (terminals X20, X21, X22, X23)
must only be used for removing the plug connectors (not for plugging them in!).
Terminal
Function
X20:1/2
AI21/22
X20:3
AGND
X21:1
X21:4
AOV1
AOV2
X21:2
X21:5
AOC1
AOC2
DIO11B
AI21
AI22
AGND
1
2
3
X20
AOV1
AOC1
AGND
AOV2
AOC2
AGND
1
2
3
4
5
6
X21
DI1Ø
DI11
DI12
DI13
DI14
DI15
DI16
DI17
DCOM
DGND
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
X22
DO1Ø
DO11
DO12
DO13
DO14
DO15
DO16
DO17
24VIN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
X23
X21:3/6
AGND
X22:1...8
DI1Ø...17
X22:9
X22:10
DCOM
DGND
X23:1...8
DO1Ø...17
X23:9
24VIN
Setpoint input n2, DC-10 V...0...10 V or DC 0...10 V
(Differential input or input with AGND reference potential)
Reference potential for analog signals (REF1, REF2, AI.., AO..)
Analog voltage output V1, with factory setting to "actual speed"
Analog voltage output V2, with factory setting to "output current"
Load capacity of the analog voltage outputs: Imax = DC 10 mA
Analog current output C1, with factory setting "actual speed"
Analog current output C2, with factory setting "output current"
P642/645 "Operating mode AO1/2" sets whether the voltage outputs V1/2 (DC-10
V...0...10 V) or the current outputs C1/2 DC(0(4)...20 mA) are in effect.
Selection options for the analog outputs → Parameter menu P640/643
Max. permitted cable length: 10 m
Reference potential for analog signals (REF1, REF2, AI.., AO..)
Binary inputs 1...8, with factory setting "no function"
The binary inputs are electrically isolated by optocouplers.
Selection options for the binary inputs → Parameter menu P61_
Reference potential for the binary inputs DI1Ø...17
Reference potential for binary signals
– Without jumper X22:9-X22:10 (DCOM-DGND) → Isolated binary inputs
– With jumper X22:9-X22:10 (DCOM-DGND) → Non-isolated binary inputs
Binary outputs 1...8, with factory setting "no function"
Load capacity of binary outputs: Imax = DC 50 mA (short-circuit proof, protected
against external voltage to DC 30 V)
Do not apply external voltage to the binary outputs.
Supply voltage DC+24 V for binary outputs D01Ø ... D017, non-isolated (reference
potential DGND)
06193AXX
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Installation
Connection and terminal description of the DIO11B option
Voltage input
24VIN
5
The 24VIN (X23:9) voltage input serves as DC+24 V supply voltage for the binary outputs DO1Ø ... DO17. Reference potential is DGND (X22:10). The binary outputs do not
give a level if the DC+24 V supply voltage is not connected. The supply voltage DC+24
V can also be jumpered from the X10:8 connection of the basic unit if the load does not
exceed DC 400 mA (current limitation in X10:8).
DIO11B
0V
24V
X22
10
DGND
9
24VIN
X23
Figure 32: Voltage input 24VIN (X23:9) and reference potential DGND (X22:10)
Voltage input n2
The analog setpoint input n2 (AI21/22) can be used as a differential input or as an input
with AGND reference potential.
Differential input
Input with AGND reference potential
DIO11B
DIO11B
X20
-10...0...+10 V
1
2
3
AI21
AI22
AGND
0...+10 V
X20
+
1
2
3
AI21
AI22
AGND
06668AXX
Figure 33: Setpoint input n2
Current input n2
06556AXX
You must use an external load if the analog setpoint input n2 (AI21/22) should be used
as a current input.
For example RB = 500 Ω → DC 0...20 mA = DC 0...10 V
DIO11B
X20
0...10 V
0...20 mA
1
2
3
Figure 34: Current input with external load
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AI21
AI22
AGND
06669AXX
75
5
Installation
Connection and terminal description of the DIO11B option
Voltage outputs
AOV1 and AOV2
Assign the analog voltage outputs AOV1 and AOV2 in accordance with the following
figure:
DIO11B
DIO11B
X20
1
2
3
AI21
AI22
AGND
1
2
3
4
5
6
AOV1
AOC1
AGND
AOV2
AOC2
AGND
X21
1
2
3
AI21
AI22
AGND
1
2
3
4
5
6
AOV1
AOC1
AGND
AOV2
AOC2
AGND
X21
V
-10...0...10 V
-10...0...10 V
X20
V
06196AXX
Figure 35: Voltage outputs AOV1 and AOV2
Current outputs
AOC1 and AOC2
Assign the analog current outputs AOC1 and AOC2 in accordance with the following
figure:
DIO11B
DIO11B
X20
X20
1
2
3
AI21
AI22
AGND
1
2
3
4
5
6
AOV1
AOC1
AGND
AOV2
AOC2
AGND
X21
0(4)...20 mA
+
A
-
1
2
3
AI21
AI22
AGND
1
2
3
4
5
6
AOV1
AOC1
AGND
AOV2
AOC2
AGND
X21
0(4)...20 mA
+
A
Figure 36: Current outputs AOC1 and AOC2
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Installation
Connecting Option DFC11B
5.23
5
Connecting Option DFC11B
Part number
CAN-Bus interface type DFC11B: 824 317 4
NOTES
Front view of
DFC11B
•
The "CAN-Bus interface type DFC11B" option is only possible in conjunction with
MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B, not with MDX60B.
•
The DFC11B option must be plugged into the fieldbus slot.
•
The DFC11B option is powered via MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B. A separate voltage
supply is not required.
Description
DIP switches
Terminal
Function
DIP switch block S1: Sets the terminating
resistor
R
nc
Terminating resistor for the CAN-Bus cable
Reserved
X31: CAN bus connection
X31:3
X31:2
X31:1
CAN Low (jumpered with X30:2)
CAN High (jumpered with X30:7)
DGND
X30:1
X30:2
X30:3
X30:4
X30:5
X30:6
X30:7
X30:8
X30:9
N.C.
CAN Low (jumpered with X31:3)
DGND
N.C.
N.C.
DGND
CAN High (jumpered with X31:2)
N.C.
N.C.
DFC 11B
ON OFF
R
nc
S1
3
2
1
X31
1
6
9
5
X30
X30: CAN bus connection
(Sub D9 to CiA standard)
55405AXX
Connection
MOVIDRIVE® CAN
The DFC11B option is connected to the CAN bus at X30 or X31 in the same way as the
SBus (→ Sec. "System bus connection (SBus 1)") in the basic unit (X12). In contrast to
the SBus1, SBus2 is electrically isolated and made available via option DFC11B.
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Startup
General startup instructions
0
6
Startup
6.1
General startup instructions
DANGER!
Uncovered power connections.
Severe or fatal injuries from electric shock.
•
Install the touch guard according to the regulations.
•
Never start the unit if the touch guard is not installed.
Prerequisites
The drive must be configured correctly to ensure that startup is successful. Refer to the
MOVIDRIVE® MDX60/61B System Manual for detailed project planning notes and an
explanation of the parameters.
VFC operating
modes without
speed control
MOVIDRIVE® MDX60/61B drive inverters are designed to be taken into operation with
the SEW motor which is adapted to the correct power level. The motor can be connected
and the drive started immediately in accordance with the section "Starting the motor"
(→ page 91) .
NOTE
The startup functions described in this section are used for setting the inverter so it can
be adapted optimally to the motor that is connected and to suit the basic conditions.
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General startup instructions
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6
0
Inverter/motor
combinations
The following tables indicate which inverter/motor combinations this applies to.
400/500 V units
MOVIDRIVE® MDX60/61B in VFC mode
SEW motor
0005-5A3-4
DT80K4
0008-5A3-4
DT80N4
0011-5A3-4
DT90S4
0014-5A3-4
DT90L4
0015-5A3-4
DT90L4
0022-5A3-4
DV100M4
0030-5A3-4
DV100L4
0040-5A3-4
DV112M4
0055-5A3-4
DV132S4
0075-5A3-4
DV132M4
0110-5A3-4
DV160M4
0150-503-4
DV160L4
0220-503-4
DV180L4
0300-503-4
DV200L4
0370-503-4
DV225S4
0450-503-4
DV225M4
0550-503-4
DV250M4
0750-503-4
DV280S4
0900-503-4
DV280M4
1100-503-4
D315S4
1320-503-4
D315M4
230 V units
MOVIDRIVE® MDX60/61B in VFC mode
SEW motor
0015-2A3-4
DT90L4
0022-2A3-4
DV100M4
0037-2A3-4
DV112M4
0055-2A3-4
DV132S4
0075-2A3-4
DV132M4
0110-203-4
DV160M4
0150-203-4
DV160L4
0220-203-4
DV180L4
0300-203-4
DV200L4
Hoist applications
DANGER!
Risk of fatal injury if the hoist falls.
Severe or fatal injuries.
MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B is not designed for use as a safety device in hoist applications. Use monitoring systems or mechanical protection devices to ensure safety.
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Preliminary work and resources
•
Check the installation.
DANGER!
Risk of crushing if the motor starts up unintentionally.
Severe or fatal injuries.
•
Ensure that the motor cannot start unintentionally, for example, by removing the
electronics terminal block X13.
•
Additional safety precautions must be taken depending on the application to avoid
injury to people and damage to machinery.
•
Performing startup with the DBG60B keypad:
Plug the connector of the DBG60B keypad into the XT slot.
•
Performing startup with a PC and MOVITOOLS®:
Plug the UWS21B option into the XT slot and use an interface cable (RS232) to connect it to the PC. Install and start MOVITOOLS® on your PC.
•
Switch on the supply voltage and, if necessary, the DC 24 V supply.
•
Check that the default parameter settings are correct (e.g. factory setting).
•
Check the terminal assignment that has been set (→ P60_ / P61_).
NOTE
A group of parameter values is changed automatically at startup. The description of
parameter P700 "Operating modes" explains which parameters are affected by this
step. Refer to the MOVIDRIVE® MDX60/61B system manual, section "Parameters" for
the parameter description.
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Startup with the DBG60B keypad
General
information
Startup with the DBG60B keypad is only possible in VFC operating modes. Startup
in CFC and SERVO operating modes is only possible using the MOVITOOLS® software.
Required data
The following data is required to ensure startup is successful:
•
Motor type (SEW or non-SEW motor)
•
Motor data
– Rated voltage and rated frequency
– Additionally for non-SEW motors: rated current, rated power, power factor cosϕ
and rated speed
•
Rated supply voltage
The following data is also needed for startup with a speed controller:
•
Encoder type and encoder resolution:
SEW encoder type
AS1H, ES1H, AV1H
ES1S, ES2S, EV1S, EH1S
ES1R, ES2R, EV1R, EH1R
ES1T1), ES2T1), EV1T1), EH1T1)
Startup parameter
Encoder type
Encoder resolution
®
HIPERFACE
1024
SINE ENCODER
1024
INCREM. TTL ENCODER
1024
1) DC 5 V TTL encoders ES1T, ES2T, EV1T and EH1T must be connected via the DWI11A option (→ Sec.
Installation).
•
Motor data
– SEW motor: Brake yes or no and flywheel fan yes or no.
– Non-SEW motor: Mass moment of inertia of motor, brake and fan
•
Stiffness of the control system (factory setting = 1; suitable for most applications)
If the drive tends to oscillate → setting < 1
Transient recovery time is too long → Setting > 1
Recommended setting range: 0,90 ... 1... 1.10 (factory setting = 1)
•
Converted mass moment of inertia of the load (gear unit + driven machine) on the
motor shaft
•
Time required for the shortest ramp
NOTES
•
Activate encoder monitoring (P504 = "ON") after completing startup. The function
and voltage supply of the encoder will then be monitored.
•
If a Hiperface® encoder is connected, it is always monitored regardless of the setting of parameter P504. Encoder monitoring is not a safety function!
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Select language
The figure below shows the keys for selecting the language.
[1]
[2]
[4]
[3]
60008AXX
[1]
Key
Move up to the next menu item
[2]
Key
[3]
Key
Move down to the next menu item
[4]
Key
A list of languages is displayed
Confirm entry
OK
The following text appears on the display when the keypad is switched on for the first
time or after activating the start mode:
SEW
EURODRIVE
The symbol for language selection then appears on the display.
54533AXX
Proceed as follows to select the language:
82
•
Press the key
•
Use the
•
Confirm your selection using the
chosen language.
/
. A list of languages is displayed on the screen.
keys to select the language you require.
OK
key. The basic display is now shown in your
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The figure below shows the keys required for startup.
[1]
[6]
[2]
[5]
[3]
[4]
60010AXX
Startup
procedure
[1]
Key
Move up to the next menu item
[2]
Key
[3]
Key
Activate the context menu
[4]
Key
Move down to the next menu item
[5]
Key
[6]
Key
OK
Confirm entry
Change the menu, display mode ↔ edit mode
DEL
Cancel or abort startup
1. "0" signal at terminal X13:1 (DIØØ "/CONTROL.INHIBIT"), e.g.
by disconnecting the electronics terminal block X13.
2. Activate the context menu by pressing the
key.
3. Use the
key to scroll down to the "STARTUP PARAMET."
menu item.
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0.00rpm
0.000Amp
CONTROLLER INHIBIT
PARAMETER MODE
VARIABLE MODE
BASIC VIEW
MANUAL MODE
STARTUP PARAMET.
COPY TO DBG
COPY TO MDX
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4. Press the OK key to begin the startup procedure. The first
parameter appears. The flashing cursor under the parameter
number indicates that the keypad is in display mode.
• Use the
key to change to edit mode. The flashing cursor disappears.
• Use the
key or the
key to select "PARAMETER
SET 1" or "PARAMETER SET 2".
• Confirm the setting using the OK key to confirm your selection.
• Use the
key to return to the display mode. The flashing
cursor appears again.
• Use the
key to select the next parameter.
5. Select the operating mode you require. Use the
select the next parameter.
key to
6. Select the motor type. If a 2 or 4-pole SEW motor is connected,
select the correct motor from the list. If a non-SEW motor or an
SEW motor with more than four poles is connected, select
"NON-SEW MOTOR" from the list.
Use the
key to select the next parameter.
STARTUP PARAMET.
PREPARE FOR STARTUP
C00*STARTUP
PARAMETER SET 1
PARAMETER SET 2
C01*OPER. MODE 1
VFC1
VFC1&GROUP
C02*MOTOR TYPE 1
DT71D2
DT71D4
DT80K2
C02*MOTOR TYPE 1
NON-SEW MOTOR
DT63K4/DR63S4
7. Enter the rated motor voltage for the selected connection type
according to the value specified on the nameplate.
C03*
V
MOT. RATED VOLT 1
+400.000
Example: Nameplate 230Δ/400댴 50 Hz
댴 connection → Enter "400 V".
Δ connection, transition point at 50 Hz → enter "230 V".
Δ connection, transition point at 87 Hz → Also enter 230 V.
However, after startup first set parameter P302 "MAXIMUM
SPEED 1" to the value for 87 Hz and then start the drive.
Example: Nameplate 400Δ/690댴 50 Hz
Only Δ connection possible → Enter "400 V".
댴 connection is not possible.
Use the
key to select the next parameter.
8. Enter the rated frequency specified on the motor nameplate.
Example: 230Δ/400댴 50 Hz
Enter "50 Hz" in 댴 and Δ connection.
Use the
C04*
Hz
MOT. RATED FREQ. 1
+50.000
key to select the next parameter.
FOR SEW MOTORS
9. The motor values are stored for SEW 2 and 4-pole motors and
need not be entered.
FOR NON-SEW MOTORS
9. Enter the following motor nameplate data:
• C10* rated motor current, note the connection type (댴 or
Δ).
• C11* rated motor power
• C12* power factor cos ϕ
• C13* rated motor speed
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10. Enter the rated power supply voltage (C05* for SEW motor,
C14* for non-SEW motor).
C05*
V
MAINS RAT. VOLT. 1
+400.000
11. If no TF/TH is connected to X10:1/2 or X15 → Set "NO
RESPONSE". If a TF/TH is connected, set the required fault
response. To select the sensor, you must set P530 sensor type
1 after startup.
835*
12. Start the calculation for the startup data by choosing "YES".
The process lasts a few seconds.
C06*CALCULATION
FOR SEW MOTORS
13. The calculation is performed. After calculation, the next menu
item appears automatically.
RESP. TF-SIG.
NO RESPONSE
DISPLAY ERROR
NO
YES
C06*SAVE
NO
YES
FOR NON-SEW MOTORS
13. For non-SEW motors, a calibration process is required to perform the calculation:
• When prompted, apply a "1" signal to terminal X13:1 (DIØØ
"/CONTROL.INHIBIT").
• Apply a "0" signal to terminal X13:1 again after the calibration is complete.
• After calculation, the next menu item appears automatically.
14. Set "SAVE" to "YES". The data (motor parameters) are copied
to the non-volatile memory of MOVIDRIVE®.
15. The startup procedure is now complete. Use the
return to the context menu.
16. Use the
DEL
key to
key to scroll down to the "EXIT" menu item.
17. Confirm the setting using the
appears.
OK
key. The basic display
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DATA IS
BEING COPIED...
MANUAL MODE
STARTUP PARAMET.
COPY TO DBG
COPY TO MDX
EXIT UNIT
SETTINGS
0.00rpm
0.000Amp
CONTROLLER INHIBIT
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Starting up the
speed controller
Startup is performed without the speed controller first (→ Section "Startup procedure,
steps 1 through 17").
Important: Set the VFC-n-CONTROL mode.
1. Commence startup for the speed controller by choosing "YES".
C01*OPER. MODE 1
VFC1&FLYSTART
VFC1-n-CONTROL
VFC-n-CTRL.GRP
C09*STARTUPn-CTRL.
NO
YES
2. The selected operating mode is displayed. If the setting is correct, go to the next menu item.
C00*STARTUP
PARAMETER SET 2
VFC n-CONTROL
3. Select the correct encoder type.
C15*ENCODER TYPE
INCREM. ENCOD. TTL
SINE ENCODER
INCREM. ENCOD. HTL
4. Set the correct encoder resolution.
C16*ENC. RESOLUT.
512 Inc
1024 Inc
2048 Inc
FOR SEW MOTORS
5. Enter whether the motor has a brake.
C17*BRAKE
WITHOUT
WITH
6. Set the stiffness of the control system.
If the drive tends to oscillate → setting < 1
Transient recovery time is too long → Setting > 1
Recommended setting range: 0,90 ... 1 ... 1,10
C18*
STIFFNESS
7. Enter whether the motor has a flywheel fan (Z fan).
C19*Z FAN
+1.000
WITHOUT
WITH
FOR NON-SEW MOTORS
5. Enter the moment of inertia of the motor.
86
D00*
10e–4kgm2
J0 OF THE MOTOR
+4.600
6. Set the stiffness of the control system.
If the drive tends to oscillate → setting < 1
Transient recovery time is too long → Setting > 1
Recommended setting range: 0,90 ... 1 ... 1,10
C18*
STIFFNESS
7. Enter the moment of inertia of the brake and fan.
D00*
10e–4kgm2
J BRAKE+FAN
+1.000
+1.000
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8. Enter the mass moment of inertia of the load (gear unit + driven
machine) extrapolated for the motor shaft.
C20*
10e–4kgm2
LOAD MOMENT OF INERTIA
+0.200
9. Enter the time for the shortest ramp you want.
C21*
s
SHORTEST RAMP
+0.100
10. Start the calculation for the startup data by choosing "YES".
The process lasts a few seconds.
C06*CALCULATION
11. The calculation is performed. After calculation, the next menu
item appears automatically.
C06*SAVE
12. Set "SAVE" to "YES". The data (motor parameters) are copied
to the non-volatile memory of MOVIDRIVE®.
13. The startup procedure is now complete. Use the
return to the context menu.
14. Use the
key to
key to scroll down to the "EXIT" menu item.
15. Confirm the setting using the
appears.
•
DEL
OK
key. The basic display
NO
YES
NO
YES
DATA IS
BEING COPIED...
MANUAL MODE
STARTUP PARAMET.
COPY TO DBG
COPY TO MDX
EXIT UNIT
SETTINGS
0.00rpm
0.000Amp
CONTROLLER INHIBIT
Once startup is complete, copy the parameter set from MOVIDRIVE® to the DBG60B
keypad. You have the following options:
– In the context menu, select the "COPY TO DBG" menu item. Confirm the setting
using the OK key. The parameter set is copied from MOVIDRIVE® to DBG60B.
– In the context menu, select the "PARAMETER MODE" menu item. Select parameter P807 "MDX → DBG". The parameter set is copied from MOVIDRIVE® to
DBG60B.
•
The parameter set can now be copied to other MOVIDRIVE® units using DBG60B.
Plug the DBG60B keypad into the other inverter. You have the following options to
copy the parameter set from DBG60B to another inverter:
– In the context menu of the new inverter, choose the "COPY TO MDX" menu item
and confirm your entry using the OK key. The parameter set is copied from
DBG60B to MOVIDRIVE®.
– In the context menu, select the "PARAMETER MODE" menu item. Select parameter P806 "DBG → MDX". The parameter set is copied from DBG60B to
MOVIDRIVE®.
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DANGER!
Parameter settings incorrect due to unsuitable data sets.
Severe or fatal injury.
Make sure that the data set you copy is suitable for the application.
Setting
parameters
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•
Enter parameter settings that differ from the factory setting in the parameter list
(→ page 95).
•
In the case of non-SEW motors, set the correct brake application time (P732 / P735).
•
For starting the motor, refer to the "Starting the motor" section (" page 91).
•
With Δ connection and transition point at 87 Hz → Set parameter P302/312 "Maximum speed 1/2" to the value for 87 Hz.
•
Activate encoder monitoring for TTL and sin/cos encoders (P504="ON"). Encoder
monitoring is not a safety function.
Proceed in this order to set the parameters:
•
Call up the context menu using the
key. In the context menu, select the "PARAMETER MODE" menu item. Confirm your entry using the OK key. The flashing cursor under the parameter number indicates that the keypad is in parameter mode.
•
Use the
•
You can use the
•
Confirm the setting using the
•
Use the
key to return to the parameter mode. The flashing cursor appears again.
•
Use the
key to select the next parameter.
key to change to edit mode. The flashing cursor disappears.
key or the
OK
key to select or set the correct parameter value.
key.
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Startup with PC and MOVITOOLS®
MOVITOOLS® software version 4.20 or higher is required for startup with a PC.
General
information
•
Terminal X13:1 (DIØØ "/CONTROL.INHIBIT") must receive a "0" signal!
•
Start MOVITOOLS®.
•
Select the language you want in the "Language" selection field.
•
From the "PC-COM" drop down menu, select the PC port (e.g. COM 1) to which the
inverter is connected.
•
In the "Device type" field, select "Movidrive B".
•
In the "Baudrate" field, select the baud rate set on the basic unit with the DIP switch
S13 (standard setting → "57.6 kBaud").
•
Press the <Update> button The connected inverter is displayed under "Connected
devices."
Figure 37: MOVITOOLS® initial screen
Commencing
startup
10985AEN
•
In the "Execute Program" group box, press the <Shell> button under
"Parameters/Diagnosis". The Shell program is started.
•
In the Shell program, select the [Startup] / [Startup...] menu command.
MOVITOOLS® opens the startup menu. Follow the instructions of the startup assistant. For questions on startup, refer to the MOVITOOLS® online help.
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Startup for HTL
motor encoders
Adhere to the following startup instructions for starting an HTL motor encoder on the
optional HIPERFACE®encoder card DEH11B of MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B.
[1]
[2]
[3]
Figure 38: Settings for startup of a motor with HTL motor encoder
90
[1]
Dropdown menu "SEW encoder type"
[2]
Dropdown menu "Encoder type"
[3]
Dropdown menu "PPR count"
60101AEN
•
Choose "Non-SEW encoder" from the [SEW encoder type] [1] dropdown menu.
•
Choose "INCREM. ENCODER TTL" from the [encoder type] [2] in the dropdown
menu.
•
In the dropdown menu "PPR count" [3] select the PPR count (1024 for SEW HTL
encoders) printed on the HTL motor encoder.
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Analog setpoint
selection
The following table shows the signals that must be present on terminals X11:2 (AI1) and
X13:1...X13:6 (DIØØ...DIØ5) when the "UNIPOL/FIX.SETPT" setpoint is selected
(P100) to operate the drive with an analog setpoint selection.
X11:2 (AI11) X13:1 (DIØØ) X13:2 (DIØ1) X13:3 (DIØ2)
Analog inp. n1 /Cntr inhibit
CW/Stop
CCW/Stop
Function
X13:4 (DIØ3)
Enable/Stop
X13:5 (DIØ4) X13:6 (DIØ5)
n11/n21
n12/n22
Controller inhibit
X
"0"
X
X
X
"0"
"0"
Stop
X
"1"
X
X
"0"
"0"
"0"
"0"
Enable and stop
X
"1"
"0"
"0"
"1"
"0"
Clockwise at 50 % nmax
5V
"1"
"1"
"0"
"1"
"0"
"0"
Clockwise with nmax
10 V
"1"
"1"
"0"
"1"
"0"
"0"
CCW with 50 % nmax
5V
"1"
"0"
"1"
"1"
"0"
"0"
CCW with nmax
10 V
"1"
"0"
"1"
"1"
"0"
"0"
Travel diagram
The following travel diagram shows by way of example how the motor is started with the
wiring of terminals X13:1 to X13:4 and analog setpoints. Binary output X10:3 /DBØØ
"/Brake") is used for switching brake contactor K12.
Input DIØØ
/Controller inhibit
"1"
"0"
"1"
Input DIØ1
CW/stop
"0"
"1"
Input DIØ2
CCW/stop
"0"
"1"
Input DIØ3
Enable/stop
"0"
"1"
Output DBØØ
/brake
"0"
Analog input n1 (AI11)
10V
5V
0V
-1
Speed
n [min ]
n max
50 % n max
n min
n start-stop
0
t11 up CW
t11 down CW
t11 up CW
t11 up CW
-50 % n max
t11 down CW
t11 up CCW
Stop ramp t13
-n max
05033BEN
NOTE
The motor is not energized in the event of controller inhibit (DIØØ = "0"). A motor without brake will coast to standstill.
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Fixed setpoints
The following table shows the signals that must be present on terminals X13:1 to X13:6
(DIØØ to DIØ5) when the "UNIPOL/FIX.SETPT" setpoint is selected (P100) to operate
the drive with the fixed setpoints.
X13:1 (DIØØ)
/Ctrl inhibit
X13:2 (DIØ1)
CW/Stop
X13:3 (DIØ2)
CCW/Stop
X13:4 (DIØ3)
Enable/Stop
X13:5 (DIØ4)
n11/n21
X13:6 (DIØ5)
n12/n22
Controller inhibit
"0"
X
Stop
"1"
X
X
X
X
X
X
"0"
X
Enable and stop
"1"
X
"0"
"0"
"1"
X
X
CW with n11
CW with n12
"1"
"1"
"0"
"1"
"1"
"0"
"1"
"1"
"0"
"1"
"0"
"1"
CW with n13
"1"
"1"
"0"
"1"
"1"
"1"
CCW with n11
"1"
"0"
"1"
"1"
"1"
"0"
Travel diagram
The following travel diagram shows an example of how the drive is started with the
wiring of terminals X13:1 ... X13:6 and internal fixed setpoints. Binary output X10:3
/DBØØ "/Brake") is used for switching brake contactor K12.
Function
Input DIØØ
/Controller inhibit
"1"
"0"
"1"
Input DIØ1
CW/stop
"0"
"1"
Input DIØ2
CCW/stop
"0"
"1"
Input DIØ3
Enable/stop
"0"
"1"
Input DIØ4
n11/n21
"0"
"1"
Input DIØ5
n12/n22
"0"
"1"
Output DBØØ
/Brake
"0"
-1
n [min ]
n13
Speed
t11 up CW
t11 up CW
n12
n11
t11 down CW
t11 up CW
0
-n11
-n12
t11 up CCW
Stop ramp t13
-n13
05034BEN
NOTE
The motor is not energized in the event of controller inhibit (DIØØ = "0"). A motor
without brake will coast to standstill.
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The inverter can be controlled using the DBG60B keypad with the manual operation
function (Context menu → Manual operation). The 7-segment display on the unit shows
"H" during manual mode.
The binary inputs are then without any functions for the duration of manual operation,
with the exception of X13:1 (DIØØ "/Controller inhibit"). Binary input X13:1 (DIØØ "/Controller inhibit") must receive a "1" signal to enable the drive to be started in manual
operation. The drive can also be stopped in manual operation by setting X13:1 = "0".
The direction of rotation is not determined by the "CW/stop" or "CCW/stop" binary
inputs. Instead, you select the direction of rotation using the DBG60B keypad. Enter the
required speed and then the direction of rotation (+ Ⳏ CW / – Ⳏ CCW) using the sign
key (+/–).
Manual operation remains active when the power supply is switched off and on;
however, the inverter is then inhibited. Use the "Run" key to enable and start the inverter
at nmin in the selected direction of rotation. The speed is increased and decreased using
the ↑ and ↓ keys.
NOTE
The signals at the binary inputs take effect as soon as manual operation is finished.
Binary input X13:1 (DIØØ) /Controller inhibit does not have to be switched from "1" to
"0" and back to "1". The drive can start according to the signals at the binary inputs and
the setpoint sources.
DANGER!
Risk of crushing if the motor starts up unintentionally.
Severe or fatal injuries.
•
Ensure that the motor cannot start unintentionally, for example, by removing the
electronics terminal block X13.
•
Additional safety precautions must be taken depending on the application to avoid
injury to people and damage to machinery.
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Startup in "VFC &
Flying start"
operating mode
The parameter P320 Automatic adjustment is deactivated in the "VFC & Flying start"
mode. It is important that the stator resistance (P322 IxR compensation 1) is set
correctly to ensure that the flying start function is performed properly.
Note the following when performing startup for an SEW motor with DBG60B or
MOVITOOLS®:
•
The value of the stator resistance (P322 IxR compensation 1) is set for an SEW
motor at operating temperature (winding temperature 80 °C). For flying start with a
cold motor, you have to reduce the stator resistance (P322 IxR adjustment 1) by 0.34
% per Kelvin.
Note the following when performing startup for a non-SEW motor with DBG60B or
MOVITOOLS®:
Measure the stator resistance (P322 IxR compensation 1) at startup. Proceed as
follows:
1. Start up the motor in "VFC" operation mode.
2. Enable the motor.
3. Note the value of P322 IxR compensation 1 (stator resistance) for step 6.
4. Select the "VFC & Flying start " operating mode.
5. Set P320 "Automatic adjustment 1 to "Off".
6. In P322 IxR compensation 1 (stator resistance) enter the value you noted in step 3.
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Par.
•
The parameters in the quick menu are marked by a "/" (= display on the DBG60B
keypad).
•
The factory setting for the parameter is highlighted in bold.
Name
Value range
DISPLAY VALUES
Par.
Name
05_
Binary outputs basic unit
050
Binary output DBØØ
051
Binary output DOØ1
Value range
00_
Process values
000
Speed
\001
User display
[Text]
052
Binary output DOØ2
002
Frequency
0 ... 600 Hz
053
Binary output DOØ3
003
Actual position
0 ... 231-1 inc
054
Binary output DOØ4
004
Output current
0 ... 250 % IN
055
Binary output DOØ5
005
Active current
-250 ... 0 ... 250 % IN
\059
Status binary outputs DBØØ, DOØ1...DOØ5
\006
Motor utilization 1
0 ... 200 %
06_
Binary outputs option
-6100 ... 0 ... 6100 1/min
/BRAKE
Not in DBG60B
007
Motor utilization 2
0 ... 200 %
060
Binary output DO1Ø
008
DC link voltage
0 ... 1000 V
061
Binary output DO11
009
Output current
A
062
Binary output DO12
01_
Status displays
063
Binary output DO13
010
Inverter status
064
Binary output DO14
011
Operating state
065
Binary output DO15
012
Error status
066
Binary output DO16
013
Current parameter set
1/2
067
Binary output DO17
014
Heat sink temperature
-20 ... 0 ... 100 °C
\068
Status binary outputs DO1Ø...DO17
015
Hours of operation
h
07_
Unit data
016
Enable hours
h
070
Unit type
017
Work
kWh
071
Rated output current
018
KTY capacity utilization 1
0 ... 200 %
072
Option 1 encoder slot
019
KTY capacity utilization 2
0 ... 200 %
073
Option 2 fieldbus slot
02_
Analog setpoints
074
Option 3 extension slot
020
Analog input AI1
-10 ... 0 ... 10 V
076
Firmware basic unit
021
Analog input AI2
-10 ... 0 ... 10 V
077
DBG firmware
022
External current limitation
0 ... 100 %
078
Technology function
03_
Binary inputs basic unit
079
Unit type
030
Binary input DIØØ
08_
Error memory
031
Binary input DIØ1
\080
Error t-0
032
Binary input DIØ2
081
Error t-1
033
Binary input DIØ3
082
Error t-2
034
Binary input DIØ4
083
Error t-3
035
Binary input DIØ5
084
Error t-4
036
Binary input DIØ6
09_
Bus diagnostics
037
Binary input DIØ7
090
PD configuration
\039
Status binary inputs DIØØ...DIØ7
091
Fieldbus type
04_
Binary input options
092
Fieldbus baud rate
040
Binary input DI1Ø
093
Fieldbus address
041
Binary input DI11
094
PO1 Setpoint
042
Binary input DI12
095
PO2 Setpoint
043
Binary input DI13
096
PO3 Setpoint
044
Binary input DI14
097
PI1 Actual value
045
Binary input DI15
098
PI2 Actual value
046
Binary input DI16
099
PI3 Actual value
047
Binary input DI17
\048
Status binary inputs DI1Ø...DI17
/CONTROL.INHIBIT
Not in DBG60B
Not in DBG60B
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Par.
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Selectable par.
Parameter set 1/2
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SETPOINTS / RAMP GENERATORS
10_
Setpoint selection
Setting range
Factory setting
\100
Setpoint source
101
Control signal source
TERMINALS
102
Frequency scaling
0.1 .. 10 ... 65 kHz
Comment
UNIPOL/FIX.SETPT
11_
Analog input AI1
110
AI1 scaling
-10 ... -0.1 / 0.1 ... 1 ...10
111
AI1 Offset
-500 ... 0...500 mV
112
AI1 operating mode
Ref. N-MAX
113
AI1 voltage offset
-10 ... 0 ... 10 V
114
AI1 speed offset
-6000 ... 0 ... 6000 1/min
115
Filter speed setpoint
0 ... 5...100 ms
0 = Filter off
12_
Analog inputs (optional)
120
AI2 operating mode
13_
Speed ramps 1
NO FUNCTION
\130
Ramp t11 up CW
0 ... 2 ... 2000 s
\131
Ramp t11 down CW
0 ... 2 ... 2000 s
\132
Ramp t11 up CCW
0 ... 2 ... 2000 s
\133
Ramp t11 down CCW
0 ... 2 ... 2000 s
\134
Ramp t12 UP=DOWN
0 ... 10 ... 2000 s
135
S pattern t12
0 ... 3
\136
Stop ramp t13
0 ... 2 ... 20 s
\137
Emergency stop ramp t14
0 ... 2 ... 20 s
138
Ramp limit VFC
Yes
No
139
Ramp monitoring 1
Yes
No
14_
Speed ramps 2
140
Ramp t21 up CW
0 ... 2 ... 2000 s
141
Ramp t21 down CW
0 ... 2 ... 2000 s
142
Ramp t21 up CCW
0 ... 2 ... 2000 s
143
Ramp t21 up CCW
0 ... 2 ... 2000 s
144
Ramp t22 UP=DOWN
0 ... 10 ... 2000 s
145
S pattern t22
0 ... 3
146
Stop ramp t23
0 ... 2 ... 20 s
147
Emergency stop ramp t24
0 ... 2 ... 20 s
149
Ramp monitoring 2
No
Yes
15_
Motor potentiometer (parameter sets 1 and 2)
150
Ramp t3 up
151
Ramp t3 down
0.2 ... 20 ... 50 s
152
Save last
setpoint
OFF
ON
16_
Fixed setpoints 1
0.2 ... 20 ... 50 s
\160
Internal setpoint n11
-6000 ... 150 ... 6000 1/min (% IN)
\161
Internal setpoint n12
-6000 ... 750 ... 6000 1/min (% IN)
-6000 ... 1500 ... 6000 1/min (% IN)
\162
Internal setpoint n13
17_
Fixed setpoints 2
170
Internal setpoint n21
-6000 ... 150 ... 6000 1/min (% IN)
171
Internal setpoint n22
-6000 ... 750 ... 6000 1/min (% IN)
172
Internal setpoint n23
-6000 ... 1500 ... 6000 1/min (% IN)
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Selectable par.
Parameter set 1/2
Setting range
Factory setting
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CONTROLLER PARAMETERS
20_
Speed control (only parameter set 1)
200
P-gain
n-controller
0.01 ... 2 ... 32
201
Time constant n-controller
0 ... 10 ... 300 ms
202
Gain
Accel. feedforw.
0 ... 65
203
Filter acceleration feedforward
0 ... 100 ms
204
Filter speed actual value
0 ... 32 ms
205
Load feedforward CFC
– 150 % ... 0 ... 150 %
206
Sampling time n-controller
1 ms
0.5 ms
207
Load feedforward VFC
– 150 % ... 0 ... 150 %
21_
Hold controller
210
P gain hold controller
22_
Synchronous operation control (only parameter set 1)
220
P-gain (DRS)
1 ... 10 ... 200
221
Master gear ratio factor
1 ... 3 999 999 999
222
Slave gear ratio factor
1 ... 3 999 999 999
Mode selection
Mode 1
Mode 2
Mode 3
Mode 4
Mode 5
Mode 6
Mode 7
Mode 8
224
Slave counter
-99 999 999 ... -10 / 10 ... 99,999,999 inc
225
Offset 1
-32 767 ... -10 / 10 ... 32,767 inc
226
Offset 2
-32 767 ... -10 / 10 ... 32,767 inc
227
Offset 3
-32 767 ... -10 / 10 ... 32,767 inc
228
Feedforward filter (DRS)
0 ... 100 ms
23_
Synchronous operation with synchronous encoder
230
Synchronous encoder
OFF
EQUAL-RANKING:
CHAIN
231
Factor slave encoder
1 ... 1000
232
Factor slave synchronous encoder
1 ... 1000
233
Synchronous encoder resolution
128 / 256 / 512 / 1024 / 2048
234
Master encoder resolution
128 / 256 / 512 / 1024 / 2048
24_
Synchr. oper. w. catch up
240
Synchronous speed
-6000 ... 1500 ... 6000 1/min
241
Synchronous ramp
0 ... 2 ... 50 s
26_
Process controller parameters
260
Operating mode
Controller off / Control / Step response
261
Cycle time
1 / 5 / 10 ms
262
Interruption
No response / Move closer to setpoint
263
Factor Kp
0 ... 1 ... 32,767
264
Integrative time Tn
0 ... 10 ... 65535 ms
265
Derivative time TV
0 ... 1 ... 30 ms
266
Feedforward
–32767 ...0 ... 32767 [0.2/min]
27_
Process controller input values
223
Comment
0.1 ... 0.5 ... 32
270
Setpoint source
271
setpoint
–32767 ...0 ... 32767 [0.2/min]
272
IPOS setpoint address
0 ... 1023
273
Time constant
0 ... 0.01 ... 2000 s
Only with MOVITOOLS®. Not visible on
the DBG60B keypad.
Parameter / IPOS variable / Analog 1 / Analog 2
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Par.
Selectable par.
Parameter set 1/2
274
Scaling setpoint
–32,767 ... 1 ... 32,767
275
Actual value source
Analog 1 / Analog 2 / IPOS variable
276
IPOS actual value address
0 ... 1023
277
Actual scaling factor
–32.767 ... 1 ... 32.767
278
Actual offset value
–32767 ... 0 ... 32767
279
Actual time constant
0 ... 500 ms
28_
Process controller limits
280
Minimum offset + actual value
–32767 ... 0 ... 32767
281
Maximum offset + actual value
–32767 ... 10000 ... 32767
282
Minimum output PID controller
–32767 ...–1000 ... 32767 [0.2/min]
283
PID controller maximum output
–32767 .... 10000 ... 32767 [0.2 / min]
284
Minimum output process controller
–32767 ...0 ... 32767 [0.2/min]
285
Maximum output process controller
–32767 ...7500 ... 32767 [0.2/min]
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MOTOR PARAMETERS
30_ / 31_
Limits 1 / 2
\300 / 310 Start/stop speed 1 / 2
98
Setting range
Factory setting
Comment
0 ... 150 1/min
\301 / 311 Minimum speed 1/2
0 ... 15..0.6100 1/min
\302 / 312 Maximum speed 1 / 2
0 ... 1500 ... 6100 1/min
\303 / 313 Current limit 1/2
0 ... 150 % (BG0: 0 ... 200 % IN)
304
Torque limit
0 ... 150 % (BG0: 0 ... 200 %)
32_ / 33_
Motor compensation 1 / 2 (asynchronous)
\320 / 330 Automatic adjustment 1/2
Off
On
321 / 331
Boost 1/2
0 ... 100 %
322 / 332
IxR compensation 1
0 ... 100 %
323 / 333
Premagnetizing time 1 / 2
0 ... 2 s
324 / 334
Slip compensation 1/2
0 ... 500 1/min
34_
Motor protection
340 / 342
Motor protection 1 / 2
Off
On (asynchronous)
On (synchronous)
341 / 343
Cooling type 1/2
Fan cooled
Forced cooling
344
Interval for motor protection
0.1 ... 4 ... 20 s
345 / 346
IN-UL monitoring 1 / 2
0.1 ... 500 A
35_
Direction of rotation of the motor
350 / 351
Change direction of rotation 1/2
36_
Startup (only available in DBG60B)
360
Startup
Off
On
YES / NO
4__
REFERENCE SIGNALS
40_
Speed reference message
400
Speed reference value
401
Hysteresis
0 ... 100 ... 500 1/min
402
Delay time
0 ... 1 ... 9 s
403
Signal = “1“ if:
n < nref
n > nref
Only available in DBG60B, not in
MOVITOOLS®/SHELL!
0 ... 1500 ... 6000 1/min
41_
Speed window message
410
Window center
0 ... 1500 ... 6000 1/min
411
Range width
0 ... 6000 1/min
412
Delay time
0 ... 1 ... 9 s
413
Signal = “1“ if:
INSIDE
OUTSIDE
42_
Speed setpoint/actual value comp
420
Hysteresis
0 ... 100 ... 300 1/min
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Par.
Selectable par.
Parameter set 1/2
421
Delay time
0 ... 1 ... 9 s
422
Signal = “1“ if:
n ≠ nsetp
n = nsetp
43_
Current reference message
430
Current reference value
431
Hysteresis
0 ... 5 ... 30 % IN
432
Delay time
0 ... 1 ... 9 s
433
Signal = “1“ if:
I < Iref
I > Iref
44_
Imax signal
Comment
0 ...100 ... 200 % IN
440
Hysteresis
0 ... 5 ... 50 % IN
441
Delay time
0 ... 1 ... 9 s
442
Signal = “1“ if:
I = Imax / I < Imax
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MONITORING FUNCTIONS
50_
Speed monitoring
500 / 502
Speed monitoring 1/2
OFF
MOTOR MODE
REGENERAT. MODE
MOT. & REGEN.MODE
501 / 503
Delay time 1/2
0 ... 1 ... 10 s
504
Encoder monitoring motor
No
Yes
505
Synchronous encoder monitoring
No
Yes
51_
Synchr. operation monitoring
510
Positional tolerance slave
511
Prewarning lag error
50 ... 99,999,999 inc
512
Setpoint deviation limit
100 ... 4000 ... 99,999,999 inc
513
Lag error delay message
0 ... 1 ... 99 s
514
Counter LED display
10 ... 100 ... 32 768 inc
515
Delay in-position signal
5 ... 10 ... 2000 ms
516
X41 Encoder monitoring
YES
NO
517
X41 Pulse count monitoring
YES
NO
518
X42 Encoder monitoring
YES
NO
519
X42 Pulse count monitoring
YES
NO
52_
Mains OFF monitoring
520
Mains OFF response time
0 ... 5 s
521
Mains OFF response
CONTROLLER INHIBIT
EMERGENCY STOP
522
Phase failure monitoring
ON
Off
53_
Motor temperature protection
530
Sensor type 1
No sensor
TF/TH/KTY (KTY: only for DS/CM motors)
531
Sensor type 2
No sensor
TF/TH/KTY (KTY: only for DS/CM motors)
10 ... 25 ... 32 768 inc
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100
Setting range
Factory setting
Par.
Selectable par.
Parameter set 1/2
54_
Gear unit/motor monitoring
540
Response drive vibration/warning
Display fault
541
Response drive vibration/fault
Rapid stop/Warning
542
Response oil aging/warning
Display fault
543
Response oil aging/fault
Display fault
544
Response oil aging/overtemperature Display fault
545
Response oil aging/ready message
Display fault
546
Response brake wear
Display fault
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TERMINAL ASSIGNMENT
60_
Binary inputs basic unit
-
Binary input DIØØ
With fixed assignment with: /CONTROLLER
INHIBIT
600
Binary input DIØ1
CW/STOP
601
Binary input DIØ2
CCW/STOP
602
Binary input DIØ3
ENABLE /STOP
603
Binary input DIØ4
n11/n21
604
Binary input DIØ5
n12/n22
605
Binary input DIØ6
NO FUNCTION
606
Binary input DIØ7
NO FUNCTION
61_
Binary inputs option
610
Binary input DI1Ø
NO FUNCTION
611
Binary input DI11
NO FUNCTION
612
Binary input DI12
NO FUNCTION
613
Binary input DI13
NO FUNCTION
614
Binary input DI14
NO FUNCTION
615
Binary input DI15
NO FUNCTION
616
Binary input DI16
NO FUNCTION
617
Binary input DI17
NO FUNCTION
62_
Binary outputs basic unit
-
Binary output DBØØ
With fixed assignment with: /BRAKE
620
Binary output DOØ1
READY FOR OPERATION
621
Binary output DOØ2
/FAULT
622
Binary output DOØ3
IPOS OUTPUT
623
Binary output DOØ4
IPOS OUTPUT
624
Binary output DOØ5
IPOS OUTPUT
63_
Binary outputs option
630
Binary output DO1Ø
NO FUNCTION
631
Binary output DO11
NO FUNCTION
632
Binary output DO12
NO FUNCTION
633
Binary output DO13
NO FUNCTION
634
Binary output DO14
NO FUNCTION
635
Binary output DO15
NO FUNCTION
636
Binary output DO16
NO FUNCTION
637
Binary output DO17
NO FUNCTION
Comment
The following error responses can
be programmed:
NO RESPONSE • DISPLAY FAULT •
IMM. STOP/FAULT •
EMERG.STOP/FAULT • RAPID
STOP/FAULT •
IMM. STOP/WARN. •
EMERG.STOP/WARNG • RAPID
STOP/WARNG
The following functions can be programmed:
NO FUNCTION • ENABLE/STOP •
CW/STOP •
CCW/STOP•n11/n21 •n12/n22 • FIX
SETPT SW.OV. •
PAR. SWITCHOVER • RAMP
SWITCHOVER • MOTOR POT UP •
MOTOR POT DOWN • /EXT. FAULT •
FAULT RESET •
/HOLD CONTROL • /LIM. SWITCH CW
• /LIM. SWITCH CCW •
IPOS INPUT • REFERENCE CAM •
REF.TRAVEL START •
SLAVE FREE RUNN. • SETPOINT
HOLD • MAINS ON •
DRS SET ZERO • DRS SLAVE START
• DRS TEACH IN •
DRS MASTER STOP •
OSC./WARNING • BRAKE WEAR •
OIL AGING/WARN. • OIL
AGING/FAULT • OIL AGING OVERTEMP. • OIL AGING/READY
The following signals can be programmed:
NO FUNCTION • /FAULT • READY •
OUTP. STAGE ON • ROT. FIELD ON •
BRAKE RELEASED •
BRAKE APPLIED • MOTOR STANDSTILL • PARAMETER SET •
SPEED REFERENCE • SPEED WINDOW • SP/ACT.VAL.COMP. •
CURR. REFERENCE • Imax SIGNAL •
/MOTOR UTILIZ. 1 •
/MOTOR UTILIZ. 2 • /DRS PREWARNING • /DRS LAG ERROR •
DRS SLAVE IN POS • IPOS IN POSITION • IPOS REFERENCE •
IPOS OUTPUT • /IPOS FAULT
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Parameter set 1/2
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Optional analog outputs
Setting range
Factory setting
Comment
640
Analog output AO1
ACTUAL SPEED
641
Scaling AO1
642
Operating mode AO1
-10 ... 0 ... 1 ... 10
The following functions can be proOFF / -10 ... +10 V / 0 ... 20 mA / 4 ... 20 mA grammed:
NO FUNCTION • RAMP INPUT •
OUTPUT CURRENT
SPEED SETPOINT •
ACTUAL SPEED • ACTUAL FRE-10 ... 0 ... 1 ... 10
QUENCY • OUTPUT CURRENT •
ACTIVE CURRENT • UNIT UTILIZAOFF / -10 ... +10 V / 0 ... 20 mA / 4 ... 20 mA TION • IPOS OUTPUT •
RELATED TORQUE • IPOS OUTPUT 2
643
Analog output AO2
644
Scaling AO2
645
Operating mode AO2
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CONTROL FUNCTIONS
70_
Operating modes
Operating mode 1
VFC 1
VFC 1 & GROUP
VFC 1 & HOIST
VFC 1 & DC BRAK.
VFC 1 & FLYSTART
VFC n-CONTROL
VFC-n-CTRL&GRP.
VFC-n-CTRL&HOIST
VFC-n-CTRL&SYNC
VFC-n-CTRL& IPOS
CFC
CFC & M-CONTROL
CFC&IPOS
CFC&SYNC.
SERVO
SERVO&M-CONTROL
SERVO&IPOS
SERVO&SYNC.
701
Operating mode 2
VFC 2
VFC 2 & GROUP
VFC 2 & HOIST
VFC 2 & DC BRAK.
VFC 2 & FLYSTART
71_
Standstill current
700
710 / 711
Standstill current 1 / 2
72_
Setpoint stop function
0 ... 50 % IMot
720 / 723
Setpoint stop function 1 / 2
Off
On
721 / 724
Stop setpoint 1 / 2
0 ... 30 ... 500 1/min
722 / 725
Start offset 1/2
0 ... 30 ... 500 1/min
73_
Brake function
730 / 733
Brake function 1/2
731 / 734
Brake release time 1/2
0 ... 2 s
732 / 735
Brake application time 1/2
0 ... 2 s
74_
Speed hide
Off
On
740 / 742
Skip window center 1/2
0 ... 1500 ... 6000 1/min
741 / 743
Skip width 1/2
0 ... 300 1/min
75_
Master/slave function
750
Slave setpoint
MASTER-SLAVE OFF SPEED (RS485)
SPEED (SBus) SPEED (485+SBus)
TORQUE (RS485) TORQUE (SBus)
TORQUE(485+SBus) LOAD SHARE
(RS485) LOAD SHARE (SBus) LOAD
S.(485+SBus)
751
Scaling slave setpoint
– 10 ... 0 ... 1 ... 10
76_
Manual operation
760
Locking Run/Stop keys
No
Yes
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Parameter set 1/2
77_
Energy-saving function
770
Energy-saving function
78_
Ethernet configuration
780
IP address
000.000.000.000 ... 192.168.10.x ... 223.255.255.255
781
Subnetwork mask
000.000.000.000 ... 255.255.255.000 ... 223.255.255.255
782
Standard gateway
000.000.000.000 ... 223.255.255.255
783
Baud rate
Display value that cannot be changed (0 ... 100 ... 1000 MBaud)
784
MAC address
Display value that cannot be changed (00-0F-69-XX-XX-XX)
EtherNet/IP startup configuration
DHCP
Saved IP parameter
785
8__
UNIT FUNCTIONS
80_
Setup
Comment
Off
On
800
User menu
ON / OFF (only in DBG60B)
801
Language
Dependent on DBG60B version
\802
Factory setting
No
Default standard
Delivery condition
\803
Parameter lock
Off
On
804
Reset statistics data
NO
ERROR MEMORY
kWh COUNTER
OPERATING HOURS
806
Copy DBG60B → MDX
YES / NO
Only in DBG60B
807
Copy MDX → DBG60B
YES / NO
Only in DBG60B
81_
Serial communication
810
RS-485 address
0 ... 99
811
RS485 groupsaddress
100 ... 199
812
RS485 timeout delay
0 ... 650 s
819
Fieldbus timeout delay
0 ... 0.5 ... 650 s
82_
Brake operation
\820 / 821 4-quadrant operation 1/2
83_
102
Setting range
Factory setting
Par.
Off
On
Error responses
830
Response EXT. ERROR
EMERG.STOP/FAULT
831
Response FIELDBUS TIMEOUT
RAPID STOP/WARNG
832
Response MOTOR OVERLOAD
EMERG.STOP/FAULT
833
Response RS485 TIMEOUT
RAPID STOP/WARNG
834
LAG ERROR response
EMERG.STOP/FAULT
\835
Response TF sensor SIGNAL
NO RESPONSE
836 / 837
Response SBus TIMEOUT 1 / 2
EMERG.STOP/FAULT
838
SW limit switch
EMERG.STOP/FAULT
84_
Reset behavior
\840
Manual reset
No
Yes
841
Auto reset
Off
On
842
Restart time
1 ... 3 ... 30 s
85_
Scaling actual speed value
850
Scaling factor numerator
1 ... 65535
851
Scaling factor denominator
1 ... 65535
852
User-defined unit
1/min
The following error responses can
be programmed:
NO RESPONSE • DISPLAY FAULT •
IMM. STOP/FAULT •
EMERG.STOP/FAULT • RAPID
STOP/FAULT •
IMM. STOP/WARN. •
EMERG.STOP/WARNG • RAPID
STOP/WARNG
With P831 "Response FIELDBUS-TIMEOUT", fault response "PADATA =
0/WARN." is also available.
Can only be set using MOVITOOLS®
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Selectable par.
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86_
Modulation
860 / 861
PWM frequency 1 / 2 VFC
4 kHz
8 kHz
12 kHz
16 kHz
862 / 863
PWM fix 1/2
Off
On
864
PWM frequency CFC
4 kHz
8 kHz
16 kHz
87_
Process data description
870
Setpoint description PO1
CONTROL WORD 1
871
Setpoint description PO2
SPEED
872
Setpoint description PO3
NO FUNCTION
873
Actual value description PI1
STATUS WORD 1
874
Actual value description PI2
SPEED
875
Actual value description PI3
OUTPUT CURRENT
876
PO data enable
Off
On
88_ / 89_
Serial communication SBus 1 / 2
880 / 890
Protocol SBus 1 / 2
SBus MOVILINK
CANopen
881 / 891
SBus address 1 / 2
0...63
882 / 892
SBus 1 / 2 groupaddress
0...63
883 / 893
SBus timeout delay 1 / 2
0..0.650 s
884 / 894
Baud rate SBus 1 / 2
125 kbaud
250 kbaud
500 kbaud
1000 kbaud
885 / 895
Synchronization ID SBus 1 / 2
0...2047
886 / 896
CANopen address 1 / 2
1...127
887
Synchronization ext. Control
Off
On
888
Synchronization time SBus 1/2
1 ... 5 ... 10 ms
889 / 899
Parameter channel 2
Yes
No
9__
IPOS PARAMETERS
90_
IPOS Reference travel
900
Reference offset
– (231– 1) ... 0 ... 231– 1 Inc
901
Reference speed 1
0 ... 200 ... 6000 1/min
902
Reference speed 2
0 ... 50 ... 6000 1/min
903
Reference travel type
0 ... 8
904
Reference travel to zero pulse
Yes
No
905
HIPERFACE® Offset X15
– (231– 1) ... 0 ... 231– 1 Inc
910
Gain X controller
0.1 ... 0.5 ... 32
911
Positioning ramp 1
0.01 ... 1 ... 20 s
912
Positioning ramp 2
0.01 ... 1 ... 20 s
913
Positioning speed CW
0 ... 1500 ... 6000 1/min
Operating Instructions – MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B Drive Inverters
Comment
The following PO assignment can be
set:
NO FUNCTION • SPEED • CURRENT
• POSITION LO •
MAX: SPEED • MAX: CURRENT •
SLIP • RAMP •
CONTROL WORD 1 • CONTROL
WORD 2 •
SPEED [%] • IPOS ΠΑ-ΔΑΤΑ
The following PI assignment can be
set:
NO FUNCTION • SPEED • OUTPUT
CURRENT •
ACTIVE CURR. • POSITION LO •
POSITION HI • STATUS WORD 1 •
STATUS WORD 2 • SPEED [%] •
IPOS PI-DATA • RESERVED • STATUS WORD 3
103
I
6
Startup
Complete parameter list
0
Name
Par.
104
Selectable par.
Parameter set 1/2
Setting range
Factory setting
914
Positioning speed CCW
0 ... 1500 ... 6000 1/min
915
Speed feedforward
-199.99 ... 0 ... 100 ... 199.99 %
916
Ramp function
LINEAR
SINE
SQUARED
BUS RAMP
JERK LIMITED
ELECTRONIC CAM
SYNCHRONOUS OPERATION
CROSS CUTTER
917
Ramp mode
Comment
MODE 1
MODE 2
92_
IPOS Monitoring
920
CW SW limit switch
– (231– 1) ... 0 ... 231– 1 Inc
921
CCW SW limit switch
– (231– 1)...0...231– 1 Inc
922
Position window
0 ... 50 ... 32767 inc
923
Lag error window
0 ... 5000 ... 231-1 Inc
93_
IPOS Special functions
930
Override
ON / OFF
931
IPOS CTRL word Task 1
STOP / START / HOLD
Only available in DBG60B, not in MOVITOOLS®/SHELL!
932
IPOS CTRL word Task 2
START / STOP
Only available in DBG60B, not in MOVITOOLS®/SHELL!
933
Jerk time
0.005 ... 2 s
938
IPOS speed task 1
0 ... 9 additional commands/ms
939
IPOS speed task 2
0 ... 9 additional commands/ms
94_
IPOS Variables/encoder
940
IPOS variables edit
ON / OFF
941
Source actual position
Motor encoder (X15)
Ext. encoder (X14)
Absolute encoder (DIP)
942
Encoder factor numerator
1 ... 32767
943
Encoder factor denominator
1 ... 32767
944
Encoder scaling ext. Encoder
x1/x2/x4/x8/x16/x32/x64
945
Synchronous encoder type (X14)
TTL
SIN/COS
HIPERFACE
946
Synchronous encoder counting
direction (X14)
NORMAL
INVERTED
947
HIPERFACE® Offset (X14)
– (231– 1)...0...231– 1 Inc
95_
DIP
950
Encoder type
NO ENCODER
951
Counting direction
NORMAL
INVERTED
952
Cycle frequency
1 ... 200 %
953
Position offset
– (231– 1)...0...231– 1 Inc
954
Zero point offset
– (231– 1)...0...231– 1 Inc
955
Encoder scaling
x1/x2/x4/x8/x16/x32/x64
96_
IPOS Modulo function
960
Modulo function
OFF
SHORT
CW
CCW
961
Modulo numerator
0 ... 1 ... 231 – 1
962
Modulo denominator
0 ... 1 ... 231 – 1
963
Modulo encoder resolution
0 ... 4096 ... 20000
This parameter is only available on the
DBG60B keypad, not in MOVITOOLS®!
Only with MOVITOOLS®. Not visible on
the DBG60B keypad.
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Startup
Complete parameter list
I
6
0
Name
Par.
Selectable par.
Parameter set 1/2
97_
IPOS synchronization
Setting range
Factory setting
970
DRAM synchronization
NO / YES
971
Synchronization phase
–2 ... 0 ...2 ms
Operating Instructions – MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B Drive Inverters
Comment
105
Operation
Operating displays
7
7
Operation
7.1
Operating displays
7-segment
display
The 7-segment display shows the operating condition of MOVIDRIVE® and, in the event
of a fault, a fault or warning code.
7-segment display
Unit status
Meaning
(high byte in status word 1)
0
0
24 V operation (inverter not ready)
1
1
Controller inhibit active
2
2
No enable
3
3
Standstill current
4
4
Enable
5
5
n-control (speed control)
6
6
M-control (torque control)
7
7
Hold control
8
8
Factory setting
9
9
Limit switch contacted
A
10
Technologieoption
b
-
Unassigned
c
12
IPOSplus® reference travel
d
13
Flying start
E
14
Adjust encoder
F
11
Fault display (flashing)
H
-
Manual operation
t
16
Inverter is waiting for data
U
17
"Safe Stop" active
• (blinking dot)
-
IPOSplus® program is running
Flashing display
-
STOP via DBG60B
WARNING!
Incorrect interpretation of display U = "Safe stop" active.
Severe or fatal injuries.
The display U = "Safe stop" active is not safety-related and may not be used as
a safety function!
106
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Operation
Information messages
DBG60B keypad
Basic displays:
0.00rpm
0.000Amp
CONTROLLER INHIBIT
Display when X13:1 (DIØØ "/CONTROLLER INHIBIT") = "0".
0.00rpm
0.000Amp
NO ENABLE
Display for X13:1 (DIØØ "/CONTROLLER INHBIT") = "1" and disabled inverter ("ENABLE/STOP" = "0").
950.00rpm
0.990Amp
ENABLE (VFC)
Display for enabled inverter.
NOTE 6:
VALUE TOO HIGH
(DEL)=Quit
ERROR
9
STARTUP PARAMET.
7.2
7
Information message
Error display
Information messages
Information messages on the DBG60B (ca. 2 s long) or in MOVITOOLS®/SHELL (message can be acknowledged):
No.
Text in
DBG60B/SHELL
Description
1
ILLEGAL INDEX
Index addressed via interface not available.
2
NOT IMPLEMENT.
•
•
•
3
READ ONLY VALUE
Attempt to modify a read only value.
4
PARAM. LOCKED
Parameter lock P803 = "ON", Parameter cannot be altered.
5
SETUP ACTIVE
Attempt to change parameters when factory setting is active.
6
VALUE TOO HIGH
Attempt to enter a value that is too high.
7
VALUE TOO LOW
Attempt to enter a value that is too low.
8
REQ. CARD MISSING
The option card required for the selected function is missing.
10
ONLY VIA ST1
Manual mode must be exited via X13:ST11/ST12 (RS485).
11
ONLY TERMINAL
Manual mode must be exited via TERMINAL (DBG60B or UWS21B).
12
NO ACCESS
Access to selected parameter denied.
13
CTRL. INHIBIT MISSING
Set terminal DIØØ "/Controller inhibit" = "0" for the selected function.
14
INVALID VALUE
Attempt to enter an invalid value.
16
PARAM. NOT SAVED
Overflow of EEPROM buffer, e.g. through cyclic write access. Parameter
not stored in non-volatile EEPROM.
17
INVERTER ENABLED
Attempt to execute a function that is not implemented.
An incorrect communication service has been selected.
Manual operation selected via invalid interface (e.g. fieldbus).
-
--
•
•
Parameter to be changed can only be set in the state "CONTROLLER
INHIBIT."
Attempt to change to manual mode during live operation
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107
Operation
Functions of the DBG60B keypad
7
7.3
Functions of the DBG60B keypad
Key assignments
for DBG60B
[1]
[2]
[3]
[12]
[4]
[11]
[10]
[5]
[6]
[9]
[7]
[8]
60017AXX
[1]
Key
[2]
Key
[3]
Key
RUN
Start
[4]
Key
OK
OK, confirms the entry
[5]
Key
Activate the context menu
[6]
Key
Down arrow, moves down to the next menu item
[7]
Key
Decimal point
[8]
Key
[9]
Key 0 ... 9
108
Stop
Up arrow, moves up to the next menu item
+/-
Sign reversal
Digits 0 ... 9
[10] Key
Change menu
[11] Key
Select language
[12] Key
Copy function of
DBG60B
STOP
DEL
Delete previous entry
The DBG60B keypad can be used to copy complete parameter sets from one
MOVIDRIVE® unit to other MOVIDRIVE® units. Proceed as follows:
•
In the context menu, select the "COPY TO DBG" menu item. Confirm the setting
using the OK key.
•
After the copying process has finished, plug the keypad in the other inverter.
•
In the context menu, select the "COPY TO MDX" menu item. Confirm the setting
using the OK key.
Operating Instructions – MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B Drive Inverters
Operation
Functions of the DBG60B keypad
Parameter mode
7
Proceed as follows to set the parameters in parameter mode:
1. Activate the context menu by pressing the
menu item is "PARAMETER MODE".
key. The first
PARAMETER MODE
VARIABLE MODE
BASIC VIEW
2. Press the OK key to start the PARAMETER MODE. The first
display parameter P000 "SPEED" appears. Use the
key or
the
key to select the main parameter groups 0 to 9.
P 000
SPEED
3. Use the
key or the
key to select the required main
parameter group. The flashing cursor is positioned under the
number of the main parameter group.
P 1.. SETPOINTS/
RAMP GENERATORS
4. Activate parameter subgroup selection in the main parameter
group by pressing the OK key. The flashing cursor moves one
position to the right.
P 1.. SETPOINTS/
RAMP GENERATORS
5. Use the
key or the
key to select the required parameter subgroup. The flashing cursor is positioned under the number of the parameter subgroup.
\ 13. SPEED
RAMPS 1
6. Activate parameter selection in the required parameter subgroup by pressing the OK key. The flashing cursor moves one
position to the right.
\ 13. SPEED
RAMPS 1
7. Use the
key or the
key to select the desired parameter. The flashing cursor is positioned under the third digit of the
parameter number.
\ 132
T11 UP CCW
8. Press the OK key to activate the setting mode for the selected
parameter. The cursor is positioned under the parameter value.
\ 132
T11 UP CCW
9. Use the
value.
\ 132
T11 UP CCW
key or the
key to select the desired parameter
rpm
+0.0
CONTROLLER INHIBIT
CONTROLLER INHIBIT
CONTROLLER INHIBIT
CONTROLLER INHIBIT
CONTROLLER INHIBIT
s
+0.13
CONTROLLER INHIBIT
s
+0.13_
CONTROLLER INHIBIT
s
+0.20_
CONTROLLER INHIBIT
10. Confirm the setting using the OK key. Exit the setting mode by
pressing the
key. The flashing cursor is positioned under
the third digit of the parameter number again.
\ 132
T11 UP CCW
11. Use the
key or the
to select another parameter or go
back to the parameter subgroup menu using the DEL key.
\ 13. SPEED
RAMPS 1
s
+0.20
CONTROLLER INHIBIT
CONTROLLER INHIBIT
12. Use the
key or the
key to select another parameter
subgroup or go back to the main parameter group menu using
the DEL key.
13. Use the
key to return to the context menu.
Operating Instructions – MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B Drive Inverters
P 1.. SETPOINTS/
RAMP GENERATORS
CONTROLLER INHIBIT
PARAMETER MODE
VARIABLE MODE
BASIC VIEW
109
Operation
Functions of the DBG60B keypad
7
Variable mode
User menu
H... variables are displayed in the variable mode. To call up the variable mode, proceed
as follows:
•
Use the
key to call up the context menu. Select the "VARIABLE MODE" menu
item and use the OK key. The variable mode display appears.
•
You can use the
The DBG60B keypad has a standard user menu containing the parameters that are
used most often. The parameters in the user menu are displayed with a "\" before the
parameter number (→ Sec. "Complete parameter list"). You can add or delete
parameters. You can save a maximum of 50 parameter entries. The parameters are
displayed in the order in which they are stored in the inverter. The parameters are not
sorted automatically.
•
Adding parameters to the user
menu
Deleting parameters from the user
menu
Wake-up
parameters
110
to edit the variables.
Use the
key to call up the context menu. Select the "USER MENU" menu item
and confirm your entry by pressing OK. The user menu with the most frequently used
parameters appears.
Proceed in this order to add parameters to the user menu:
•
Use the
item.
key to call up the context menu. Select the "PARAMETER MODE" menu
•
Choose the parameter you require and confirm your entry using the
•
Use the
key to return to the context menu. In the context menu, select the "ADD
Pxxx" menu item. "xxx" is the parameter you selected previously. Confirm the setting
using the OK key. The selected parameter is stored in the user menu.
OK
key.
Proceed in this order to delete parameters from the user menu:
•
Use the
key to call up the context menu. Select the "USER MODE" menu item.
•
Select the parameter that is to be deleted. Confirm the setting using the
•
Use the
key to return to the context menu. In the context menu, select the "DELETE Pxxx" menu item. "xxx" is the parameter you selected previously. Confirm the
setting using the OK key. The selected parameter is deleted from the user menu.
OK
key.
The wake up parameter is the parameter that is displayed when the DBG60B is switched
on. The factory setting for the wake up parameter is the basic display. You can select
which parameter should be the wake up parameter. The following options can be used
as the wake up parameter:
•
Parameter (→ Parameter mode)
•
Parameter from the user menu (→ User menu)
•
H variable (→ Variable mode)
•
Basic display
Operating Instructions – MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B Drive Inverters
Operation
Memory card
7
Proceed as follows to save a wake-up parameter:
IPOSplus®
•
First select the required parameter in parameter mode.
•
In the context menu, select the "XXXX WAKE-UP PARAM." menu item. "XXXX" is
the selected wake up parameter. Confirm the setting using the OK key.
MOVITOOLS® is required to program IPOSplus®. You can only use the DBG60B keypad
to edit or change IPOSplus® variables (H__).
The IPOSplus® program is also stored in the DBG60B keypad when it is saved and is
consequently also transferred when the parameter set is copied to another
MOVIDRIVE® unit.
Parameter P931 can be used to start and stop the IPOSplus® program from the DBG60B
keypad.
7.4
Memory card
The pluggable memory card is installed in the basic unit. The basic data is stored on the
memory card and is always up-to-date. If a unit has to be replaced, the system/machine
can be operated again quickly without a PC and data backup simply by replugging the
memory card. You can install as many option cards as required.
52335AXX
Figure 39: MDX60B/61B memory card
Notes on
replacing the
memory card
•
Only plug in the memory card when the MOVIDRIVE® B unit is switched off.
•
You can install the memory card from the original unit in a new inverter. The following
combinations are permitted:
•
Original unit: MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B...
New inverter: MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B...
00
00 or 0T
0T
0T
The same options that were available in the original unit must be installed in the new
inverter.
If this is not the case, the error message "79 HW configuration" (hardware configuration) appears. You can remedy the error by calling up the "DELIVERY CONDITION" menu item (P802 factory setting) from the context menu. This resets the unit
to its initial delivery condition. You must then restart the unit.
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111
7
Operation
Memory card
•
Counter status and data of the DRS11B and DHP11B options are not saved on the
memory card. When you replace the memory card, you have to install the DRS11B
and DHP11B option cards from the original unit in the new inverter.
If the original unit was a MOVIDRIVE® B size 0 unit with the option DHP11, you have
to use a new DHP11B option card with the configuration data set (file name.sewcopy) that you saved previously.
•
112
If an absolute encoder is used as a motor or synchronous encoder, you must reference the encoder after you have replaced the unit.
Operating Instructions – MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B Drive Inverters
Service
Fault information
8
Service
8.1
Fault information
Fault memory
8
The error memory (P080) stores the last five error messages (errors t-0 to t-4). The oldest fault message is deleted whenever more than five fault messages have occurred.
The following information is stored when a malfunction occurs:
Fault that occurred • Status of binary inputs/outputs • Operating status of the inverter •
Inverter status • Heat sink temperature • Speed • Output current • Active current • Unit
utilization • DC link voltage • ON hours • Enable hours • Parameter set • Motor utilization.
Switch-off
responses
There are three switch-off responses depending on the fault; the inverter remains inhibited in fault status:
Immediate stop
The unit can no longer brake the drive; the output stage goes to high resistance in the
event of a fault and the brake is applied immediately (DBØØ "/Brake" = "0").
Rapid stop
The drive is braked with the stop ramp t13/t23. The brake is applied once the stop speed
is reached (DBØØ "/Brake" = "0"). The output stage goes to high resistance after the
brake reaction time has elapsed (P732 / P735).
Emergency stop
The drive is braked with the emergency ramp t14/t24. The brake is applied once the stop
speed is reached (DBØØ "/Brake" = "0"). The output stage goes to high resistance after
the brake reaction time has elapsed (P732 / P735).
Reset
An error message can be acknowledged by:
•
Switching the supply system off and on again
Recommendation: Observe a minimum switch-off time of 10 s for the supply system
contactor K11.
•
Reset via input terminals; that is, via an appropriately assigned binary input (DIØ1 to
DIØ7 with the basic unit, DI1Ø to DI17 with the DIO11B option).
•
Manual reset in SHELL (P840 = "YES" or [Parameter] / [Manual reset]).
•
Manual reset using the DBG60B.
•
Auto reset performs up to five unit resets with an adjustable restart time.
DANGER!
Risk of crushing if the motor starts up automatically after an auto reset.
Severe or fatal injuries.
Inverter is
waiting for data
•
Do not use auto reset with drives where an automatic restart represents a danger
to people or units.
•
Perform a manual reset.
If the inverter is controlled via a communication interface (fieldbus, RS485 or SBus) and
the power was switched off and back on again or a fault reset was performed, then the
enable remains ineffective until the inverter receives valid data again via the interface,
which is monitored with a timeout.
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113
Service
Fault messages and list of faults
8
8.2
Fault messages and list of faults
Fault message in
7-segment display
The fault code is shown in a 7-segment display. The following display sequence is used
(e.g. fault code 100):
Flashes, ca. 1 s
Display off, ca. 0.2 s
Hundreds (if available), ca. 1 s
Display off, ca. 0.2 s
Tens, ca. 1 s
Display off, ca. 0.2 s
Ones, ca. 1 s
Display off, ca. 0.2 s
59208AXX
Following a reset or if the fault code resumes the value ’0’, the display switches to the
operating display.
Fault list
A dot in the "P" column indicates that the response is programmable (P83_ Fault response). The factory set error response appears in the "Response" column.
Fault
code
Name
Response
00
No error
-
01
03
04
over-current
Immediate
shut-off
Ground fault in Immediate
the motor lead shut-off
Brake chopper
Immediate
switch-off
P Possible cause
•
•
•
•
114
Mains phase
failure
Immediate
shut-off
Short circuit output
Motor too large
Defective output stage
Ramp limit is deactivated and set ramp
time is too short
ground fault
• In the motor lead
• in the inverter
• in the motor
•
•
•
•
•
06
Measure
Too much regenerative power
Braking resistor circuit interrupted
Short circuit in the braking resistor circuit
Brake resistor has too high resistance
Brake chopper is defective
Phase failure
•
•
•
•
Rectify the short circuit
Connect a smaller motor
Contact SEW Service if the output stage is
defective
Activate P138 and/or increase ramp time
•
•
Eliminate ground fault
Consult SEW Service
•
•
•
•
Extend deceleration ramps
Check supply cable to braking resistor
Check technical data of braking resistor
Install a new MOVIDRIVE® unit if the brake
chopper is defective
Check the supply system lead
Operating Instructions – MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B Drive Inverters
Service
Fault messages and list of faults
Fault
code
Name
Response
07
UZ overvoltage
Immediate
switch-off
P Possible cause
DC link voltage too high
•
08
n-monitoring
Immediate
switch-off
•
•
•
•
•
09
Startup
Immediate
switch-off
Speed controller or current controller
(in VFC operating mode without
encoder) operating at setting limit due
to mechanical overload or phase failure
in the power supply or motor.
Encoder not connected correctly or
incorrect direction of rotation.
nmax is exceeded during torque control.
In operating mode VFC: Output frequency ≥ 150 Hz
In operating mode U/f: Output frequency ≥ 600 Hz
Inverter has not been taken into operation
for the selected operating mode.
Measure
•
•
•
Extend deceleration ramps
Check supply cable to the braking resistor
Check technical data of braking resistor
•
•
Reduce load
Increase deceleration time setting (P501 or
P503).
Check encoder connection, swap A/A and
B/B pairs if necessary
Check the voltage supply of the encoder
Check current limitation
Extend ramps if necessary
Check motor cable and motor
Check mains phases
•
•
•
•
•
•
Perform startup for the required operating mode.
•
•
10
IPOS-ILLOP
Emergency
stop
11
Excessive
temperature
Emergency
stop
13
Control signal Immediate
source
switch-off
14
Encoder
Immediate
switch-off
17-24
System error
Immediate
switch-off
•
Incorrect command detected during
running of IPOSplus® program.
Incorrect conditions during command
execution.
• Thermal overload of inverter
Control signal source not defined or
defined incorrectly.
•
•
•
•
•
Check the content of the program memory
and, if necessary, correct.
Load the correct program into the program
memory.
Check program sequence (→ IPOSplus®
manual)
Reduce load and/or ensure adequate cooling.
Set correct control signal source (P101).
Encoder cable or shield not connected
correctly
Check encoder cable and shield for correct conShort circuit/broken encoder wire
nection, short circuit and broken wire.
Encoder defective
Check ground connections and shielding and corInverter electronics disrupted, possibly due
rect, if necessary. Contact SEW service if this
to effect of EMC.
error occurs again.
•
Access to the EEPROM of the memory
card has failed
Rapid stop
Activate factory settings, perform reset and
reset parameters.
Contact SEW service if the error occurs
again.
Replace memory card.
25
EEPROM
26
External termi- Emergency
nal
stop
27
No limit
switches
28
Fieldbus
Timeout
Rapid stop
No communication between master and
• slave within the projected response monitoring.
29
Limit switch
contacted
Emergency
stop
A limit switch was reached in IPOSplus®
operating mode.
•
•
Check travel range.
Correct user program.
30
Emergency
stop
Timeout
Immediate
switch-off
•
•
Drive overloaded
Emergency stop ramp too short.
•
•
Check project planning
Extend emergency stop ramp
•
•
Motor too hot, TF/TH has triggered
TF/TH of the motor not connected or
connected incorrectly
Connection between MOVIDRIVE®
and TF/TH on motor interrupted
•
•
Let motor cool down and reset error
Check connection between MOVIDRIVE®
and TF/TH.
If a TF/TH is not connected: Jumper X10:1
with X10:2.
Set P835 to "NO RESPONSE"
•
•
Read in external error signal via program•
mable input.
•
31
TF/TH trip
Emergency
stop
No
response
8
•
•
•
Eliminate specific cause of error; reprogram terminal if necessary.
Open circuit/both limit switches miss•
ing.
•
Limit switches are swapped over in
•
relation to direction of rotation of motor
•
•
•
•
Check wiring of limit switches.
Swap over limit switch connections.
Reprogram terminals
Check the communication routine of the master
Extend fieldbus timeout time (P819)/deactivate monitoring
32
IPOS Index
overflow
Emergency
stop
Programming principles violated leading to Check and correct the IPOSplus® user program
system internal stack overflow
(→ IPOSplus® manual).
33
Setpoint
source
Immediate
switch-off
Setpoint source not defined or defined
incorrectly
Set correct setpoint source (P100).
34
Ramps
Timeout
Immediate
switch-off
Time of downward ramps exceeded, e.g.
due to overload.
•
•
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Extend the downwards ramps
Eliminate overload
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Fault messages and list of faults
8
Fault
code
Name
Response
P Possible cause
•
•
35
Operating
mode
Immediate
switch-off
•
•
36
Option missing
•
•
Immediate
switch-off
•
Measure
Operating mode not defined or defined
incorrectly
P916 was used to set a ramp function
that is needed by a MOVIDRIVE® unit
in technology version.
P916 was used to set a ramp function
that does not match the selected technology function.
P916 was used to set a ramp type that
does not match the selected synchronization time (P888).
•
•
•
•
•
Type of option card not allowed.
•
Setpoint source, control signal source
•
or operating mode not permitted for this
•
option card.
Incorrect encoder type set for DIP11B.
•
Use correct option card.
Set correct setpoint source (P100).
Set correct control signal source (P101).
Set the correct operating mode (P700 or
P701).
Set the correct encoder type.
37
System watch- Immediate
dog
switch-off
Error during execution of system software
Contact SEW Service.
38
System software
System error
Contact SEW Service.
Immediate
switch-off
•
39
Reference
travel
Immediate
switch-off
•
•
•
40
•
41
Watchdog
option
IPOS watchdog
Immediate
switch-off
•
•
42
Lag error
Immediate
switch-off
•
•
•
•
•
•
43
44
RS485
Timeout
Rapid stop
The reference cam is missing or does
not switch
Limit switches are connected incorrectly
Reference travel type was changed
during reference travel
•
•
•
•
Error in communication between system software and option software.
Watchdog in the IPOS program.
•
•
An application module without the
•
application version has been loaded in
®
a MOVIDRIVE B unit
•
The wrong technology function has
been set if an application module is
used
Encoder connected incorrectly
Acceleration ramps too short
P component of positioning controller
too small
Incorrectly set speed controller parameters
Value of lag fault tolerance too small
Error during communication via interface
RS485
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Unit utilization (IxT value) > 125 %
•
No parameters set for EEPROM in
power section, or parameters set incor- •
rectly.
•
Option card not in contact with backplane bus.
Immediate
Unit utilization
switch-off
Initialization
Immediate
switch-off
•
Contact SEW Service.
Check IPOS program
Check whether the unit has been activated for
the application version (P079)
Check the selected technology function
(P078)
Check encoder connection
Extend ramps
Set P component to higher value
Reset speed controller parameters
Increase lag fault tolerance
Check encoder wiring, motor and mains
phase wiring.
Check whether mechanical system components can move freely or if they are blocked
Check RS485 connection (e.g. inverter - PC,
inverter - DBG60B). If necessary, contact SEW
Service.
•
•
•
•
45
Check reference cam
Check limit switch connection
Check reference travel type setting and
required parameters.
Only with DIP11B or DRS11B:
Error during boot synchronization between Install a new option card if this fault reoccurs.
inverter and option.
Boot synchro- Immediate
nization
switch-off
•
116
Use P700 or P701 to set the correct operating
mode.
Use MOVIDRIVE® in technology version
(..OT).
From the "Startup → Select technology function..." menu, select the technology function
that matches P916
Check the settings of P916 and P888
Decrease power output
Extend ramps
If proposed actions are not possible, use
larger inverter.
Reduce load
Restore factory settings Consult SEW Service if the fault still cannot be reset.
Insert the option card correctly.
46
System bus 2
Rapid stop
timeout
•
Fault during communication via system bus
Check system bus connection.
2.
47
System bus 1
Rapid stop
timeout
•
Fault during communication via system bus
Check system bus connection.
1.
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Service
Fault messages and list of faults
Fault
code
Name
Response
48
Hardware
DRS
Immediate
switch-off
77
78
IPOSplus®
control word
No
response
IPOSplus® SW No
limit switches response
79
HW configura- Immediate
stop
tion (hardware
configuration)
80
RAM test
P Possible cause
Only with DRS11B:
• Encoder signal from master/synchronous encoder faulty.
• Hardware required for synchronous
operation is faulty.
Measure
•
•
•
Check encoder signals of master/synchronous encoder.
Check encoder wiring.
Install a new synchronous operation board.
Only in IPOSplus® operating mode:
• An attempt was made to set an invalid •
automatic mode (via external control- •
•
•
ler).
• P916 = BUS RAMP is set.
Check serial connection to external control.
Check write values of external control.
Set correct value for P016.
Only in IPOSplus® operating mode:
Programmed target position is outside
•
travel range delimited by software limit
switches.
Check the user program
Check position of the software limit switches
•
•
The following items do not match anymore Ensure identical hardware or restore factory setting (parameter = factory setting).
after having replaced the memory card:
• Power
• Rated voltage
• Variant identification
• Unit series
• Technology or standard version
• Option cards
Immediate
switch-off
Internal unit fault, RAM defective.
Check startup data and perform new startup,
if necessary.
Check connection between inverter and
motor.
Check cross section of motor cable and
increase if necessary.
Check connection between inverter and
motor.
Check startup data and perform new startup,
if necessary.
Contact SEW Service.
81
Start condition
Immediate
switch-off
Only in "VFC hoist" operating mode:
•
The motor could not be supplied with the
correct amount of current during the pre•
magnetizing time:
• Rated motor power too small in relation
•
to rated inverter power.
• Motor cable cross section too small.
82
Open output
Immediate
switch-off
•
Only in "VFC hoist" operating mode:
• Two or all output phases interrupted.
• Rated motor power too small in relation •
to rated inverter power.
84
Motor protec- Emergency
tion
stop
86
Memory mod- Immediate
ule
switch-off
•
•
87
Technology
function
Immediate
switch-off
A technology function was activated in a
standard version.
Disable technology function
88
Flying start
Immediate
switch-off
Only in VFC n-CTRL operating mode:
Actual speed > 6000 1/min when inverter
enabled.
Inverter not enabled before actual speed is
≤ 6000 1/min.
92
DIP encoder
problem
Fault display • Encoder signals a fault
93
DIP encoder
fault
Emergency
stop
94
EEPROM
checksum
Immediate
switch-off
8
•
• •
•
Motor utilization too high.
IN-UL monitoring 1 triggered
P530 set later to "KTY"
•
•
•
•
•
Reduce load.
Extend ramps.
Observe longer pause times.
Check P345/346
Select a larger motor
No memory card
Memory card defective
•
•
•
Tighten knurled screw
Insert and secure memory card
Replace memory card
Only with DIP11B option:
The encoder signals a fault, e.g. power failure:
• Connection cable between encoder
and DIP does not meet the requirements (twisted pair, shielded).
•
• Cycle frequency for cable length too
high.
• Permitted max. speed/acceleration of
encoder exceeded.
• Encoder defective.
Possible cause: Encoder is dirty → clean encoder
•
•
•
•
•
Check absolute encoder connection.
Check connection cables.
Set correct cycle frequency.
Reduce maximum traveling velocity or ramp.
Install new absolute encoder.
Inverter electronics disrupted, possibly due
Send unit in for repair.
to effect of EMC or a defect.
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Fault messages and list of faults
8
Fault
code
118
Name
Response
P Possible cause
Measure
Only with DIP11B option:
No plausible position could be determined.
• Incorrect encoder type set.
• IPOSplus® travel parameter set incorrectly.
•
• Numerator/denominator factor set
incorrectly.
• Zero adjustment performed.
• Encoder defective.
•
•
•
•
•
•
Set the correct encoder type.
Check IPOSplus® travel parameters.
Check traveling velocity.
Correct numerator/denominator factor.
After zero adjustment reset.
Install new absolute encoder.
95
DIP plausibility Emergency
error
stop
97
Copy data
Immediate
switch-off
•
•
98
CRC error
flash
Immediate
switch-off
Internal unit fault
Flash memory defective
99
IPOS ramp
calculation
error
Immediate
switch-off
Only in IPOSplus® operating mode:
Rewrite the IPOSplus® program so that ramp
Positioning ramp is sinusoidal or square
and an attempt is made to change ramp
times and traveling velocities can only be altered
times and traveling velocities with enabled when the inverter is inhibited.
inverter.
100
Vibration/Warning
Display fault •
Vibration sensor warns (→ operating
instructions for "DUV10A")
101
Vibration fault Rapid stop
102
Oil
Display fault • Oil aging sensor warns
aging/warning
Schedule oil change
103
Oil aging/fault Display fault • Oil aging sensor reports fault
SEW-EURODRIVE recommends that you change
the gear unit oil immediately.
104
Oil aging/overDisplay fault • Oil aging sensor reports overtemperature
temperature
•
•
Let oil cool down
Check if the gear unit cools properly
Oil
aging/ready
message
•
105
Display fault • Oil aging sensor is not ready for operation
•
Check the voltage supply of the oil aging sensor
Check and, if necessary, replace the oil aging
sensor
106
Brake wear
Display fault • Brake lining worn down.
Change brake lining (→ operating instructions for
"Motors")
•
Memory card cannot be written or read.
•
Error during data transmission
• Vibration sensor reports fault
Repeat copying process
Restore default setting (P802) and repeat
copying process
Send unit in for repair.
Determine cause of vibrations. Continue operation until F101 occurs.
SEW-EURODRIVE recommends that you remedy
the cause of the vibrations immediately
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Service
SEW Electronics Service
8.3
8
SEW Electronics Service
Send in for repair
Please contact the SEW-EURODRIVE electronics service if a fault cannot be rectified (→ "Customer and spare parts service").
When contacting SEW electronics service, always quote the digits on the status label so
that our service personnel can assist you more effectively.
Please provide the following information when sending the unit in for repair:
8.4
•
Serial number (→ nameplate)
•
Unit designation
•
Standard version or application version
•
Digits on the status label
•
Short description of application (drive application, control via terminals or serial)
•
Connected motor (motor type, motor voltage, 댴 or Δ connection)
•
Nature of the error
•
Accompanying circumstances
•
Your own presumptions as to what has happened
•
Any unusual events preceding the problem, etc.
Extended storage
If the unit is being stored for a long time, connect it to the mains voltage for at least 5
minutes every 2 years. Otherwise, the unit’s service life may be reduced.
Procedure when maintenance has been neglected:
Electrolytic capacitors are used in the inverters. They are subject to aging effects when
deenergized. This effect can damage the capacitors if the unit is connected using the
rated voltage after a longer period of storage.
If you have not performed maintenance regularly, SEW-EURODRIVE recommends that
you increase the supply voltage slowly up to the maximum voltage. This can be done,
for example, by using a variable transformer for which the output voltage has been set
according to the following overview. We recommend that you increase the voltage from
0 V to the first stage after a few seconds.
The following stages are recommended:
AC 400/500 V units:
•
Stage 1: AC 350 V for 15 minutes
•
Stage 2: AC 420 V for 15 minutes
•
Stage 3: AC 500 V for 1 hour
AC 230 V units:
•
Stage 1: AC 170 V for 15 minutes
•
Stage 2: AC 200 V for 15 minutes
•
Stage 3: AC 240 V for 1 hour
After you have completed the regeneration process, the unit can be used immediately
or stored again for an extended period with maintenance.
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Service
Disposal
8
8.5
Disposal
Please follow the current regulations. Dispose of the individual materials separately in
accordance with the regulations in force, for example as:
120
•
Electronics scrap (printed circuit boards)
•
Plastics (housing)
•
Sheet metal
•
Copper
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Technical Data and Dimension Drawings
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9.1
CE marking, UL approval and C-Tick
CE marking
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Low voltage directive
MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B drive inverters comply with the regulations of the Low
Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC.
•
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
MOVIDRIVE® drive inverters and regenerative power supply units are designed for
use as components for installation in machinery and systems. They comply with the
EMC product standard EN 61800-3 "Variable-speed electrical drives." Provided the
installation instructions are complied with, they satisfy the appropriate requirements
for CE marking of the entire machine/system in which they are installed, on the basis
of the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC. For detailed information on EMC compliant installation, refer to the publication "Electromagnetic Compatibility in Drive Engineering"
from SEW-EURODRIVE.
•
Compliance with limit class A or B has been tested on a specified test setup.
SEW-EURODRIVE can provide detailed information on request.
The CE mark on the nameplate indicates conformity with the Low Voltage Directive
73/23/EEC and the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC. We can provide a declaration of
conformity on request.
UL- / cUL /
GOST-R
C
UL, cUL approval (USA) and the GOST-R certificate (Russia) have been approved for
the entire MOVIDRIVE® unit series. cUL is equivalent to CSA approval.
UL UL
®
C-Tick
®
C-Tick approval has been granted for the entire MOVIDRIVE® range of units. C-Tick
certifies conformity with ACA (Australian Communications Authority) standards.
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General technical data
The following table lists the technical data applicable to all MOVIDRIVE® MDX60/61B
drive inverters, regardless of their type, version, size and performance.
MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B
All sizes
Interference immunity
Fulfills EN 61800-3
Interference emission with EMC
compliant installation
Sizes 0 to 6 meet EN 61800-3
Sizes 0 to 5: In accordance with limit value class B to EN 55011
and EN 55014 with corresponding line filter
Sizes 0, 1, and 2 in accordance with limit value class A to
EN 55011 and EN 55014 without additional measures
Size 6 in accordance with limit value class A to EN 55011 and
EN 55014 with corresponding line filter
Ambient temperature
ϑU
Derating ambient temperature
Climate class
Storage temperature1)
ϑL
0 °C...+50 °C when ID = 100 % IN and fPWM = 4 kHz
0 °C...+40 °C when ID = 125 % IN and fPWM = 4 kHz
0 °C...+40 °C when ID = 100 % IN and fPWM = 8 kHz
Derating:
• 2.5 % IN per K between 40 °C - 50 °C
• 3 % IN per K for 50 °C - 60 °C
EN 60721-3-3, class 3K3
–25 °C...+70 °C (EN 60721-3-3, class 3K3)
DBG keypad: –20 °C...+60 °C
Cooling type (DIN 51751)
Forced cooling
(temperature-controlled fan, response threshold 45 °C)
Enclosure
EN 60529
(NEMA1)
IP20
IP00 (power connections)
IP10 (power connections) with
• fitted plexiglass cover supplied as standard and
• shrink tubing (not included in scope of delivery)
Sizes 0 to 3
Sizes 4 to 6
Operating mode
Continuous operation with 50 % overload capacity (size 0:
100 %)
Overvoltage category
III according to IEC 60664-1 (VDE 0110-1)
Pollution class
Installation altitude
2 according to IEC 60664-1 (VDE 0110-1)
h
Up to h ≤ 1000 m without restrictions.
The following restrictions apply at heights ≥ 1000 m:
• From 1000 m (3,280 ft.) to max. 4,000 m (6561 ft.):
– IN reduction by 1% per 100 m (330 ft)
•
From 2000 m (6,561 ft.) to max. 4000 m (13,123 ft.):
– AC 230 V units: VN reduction by AC 3 V per 100 m
– AC 500 V units: VN reduction by AC 6 V per 100 m
Over 2000 m only overvoltage class 2, external measures are
required for overvoltage class 3. Overvoltage classes according
to DIN VDE 0110-1.
1) In case of long-term storage, the unit must be connected to the mains voltage for at least 5 minutes every
two years, otherwise the unit’s service life may be reduced.
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MOVIDRIVE®
MDX60B/61B
series, size 0
DEL
OK
DEL
OK
DEL
OK
DEL
OK
Figure 40: MOVIDRIVE® MDX60/61B series, size 0
51485AXX
MOVIDRIVE®
MDX61B series,
sizes 1 to 6
Figure 41: MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B series, sizes 1 to 6
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MOVIDRIVE® MDX60/61B...-5_3 (AC 400/500 V units)
P Hz
MOVIDRIVE® MDX60/61B...-5_3 (AC 400/500 V units)
9.3
Size 0
MOVIDRIVE® MDX60/61B
0005-5A3-4-0_
Size
0008-5A3-4-0_
0011-5A3-4-0_
0S
0014-5A3-4-0_
0M
INPUT
Supply voltage
Umains
Supply frequency
Rated supply current1)
(at Vmains = 3 × AC 400 V)
fmains
Imains 100 %
125 %
3 × AC 380 V –10 % ... 3 × AC 500 V +10 %
50 Hz ... 60 Hz ± 5 %
AC 1.8 A
AC 2.3 A
AC 2.2 A
AC 2.7 A
AC 2.8 A
AC 3.5 A
AC 3.6 A
AC 4.5 A
OUTPUT
Apparent output power2)
(at Vmains = 3 × AC 380...500 V)
SN
1.4 kVA
1.6 kVA
2.1 kVA
2.8 kVA
Rated output current1)
(at Vmains = 3 × AC 400 V)
IN
AC 2 A
AC 2.4 A
AC 3.1 A
AC 4 A
AC 2.5 A
AC 3 A
AC 3.8 A
AC 5 A
Continuous output current (= 100 % IN) ID
(at Umains = 3 × AC 400 V and fPWM = 8 kHz)
AC 2 A
AC 2.4 A
AC 3.1 A
AC 4 A
Current limitation
Motor and regenerative 200 % IN, duration depending on capacity utilization
Continuous output current (= 125 % IN) ID
(at Umains = 3 × AC 400 V and fPWM = 4 kHz)
Imax
Imax = 0..200 % adjustable
Internal current limitation
Minimum permitted braking
resistor value (4Q operation)
RBRmin
68 Ω
Output voltage
UA
Max. Vmains
PWM frequency
fPWM
Can be set: 4/8/12/16 kHz
Speed range / resolution
nA / ΔnA
–6000 ... 0 ... +6000 min–1 / 0.2 min–1 across the entire range
PVmax
42 W
GENERAL INFORMATION
Power loss at SN2)
48 W
3
74 W
3
3 m /h
Cooling air consumption
58 W
9 m /h
1) The system and output currents must be reduced by 20 % from the nominal values for Vmains = 3 × AC 500 V.
2) The performance data applies to fPWM = 4 kHz.
MDX61B standard version
0005-5A3-4-00
0008-5A3-4-00
0011-5A3-4-00
0014-5A3-4-00
Part number
827 722 2
827 723 0
827 724 9
827 725 7
MDX61B Application version
0005-5A3-4-0T
0008-5A3-4-0T
0011-5A3-4-0T
0014-5A3-4-0T
Part number
827 726 5
827 727 3
827 728 1
827,729 X
0.55 kW
0.75 kW
1.1 kW
1.5 kW
0.75 kW
1.1 kW
1.5 kW
2.2 kW
Constant load
Recommended motor power
PMot
Variable torque load or constant
load without overload
Recommended motor power
PMot
Weight
Dimensions
W×H×D
2.5 kg
45 × 317 × 260 mm
67.5 × 317 × 260 mm
MDX61B standard version (VFC/CFC/SERVO)
0005-5A3-4-00
0008-5A3-4-00
0011-5A3-4-00
0014-5A3-4-00
Part number
827 730 3
827 731 1
827,732 X
827 733 8
MDX61B application version (VFC/CFC/SERVO)
0005-5A3-4-0T
0008-5A3-4-0T
0011-5A3-4-0T
0014-5A3-4-0T
Part number
827 734 6
827 735 4
827 736 2
827 737 0
Weight
Dimensions
Recommended motor power
124
2.0 kg
W×H×D
2.3 kg
2.8 kg
72.5 × 317 × 260 mm
95 × 317 × 260 mm
→ MOVIDRIVE® B system manual, section 'Motor Selection'
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MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B
0015-5A3-4-0_
0022-5A3-4-0_
0030-5A3-4-0_
0040-5A3-4-0_
INPUT
Supply voltage
Umains
3 × AC 380 V –10 % ... 3 × AC 500 V +10 %
Supply frequency
fmains
50 Hz ... 60 Hz ± 5 %
1)
Rated supply current
(at Vmains = 3 × AC 400 V)
Imains 100 %
125 %
AC 3.6 A
AC 4.5 A
AC 5.0 A
AC 6.2 A
AC 6.3 A
AC 7.9 A
AC 8.6 A
AC 10.7 A
OUTPUT
Apparent output power2)
(at Vmains = 3 × AC 380...500 V)
SN
2.8 kVA
3.8 kVA
4.9 kVA
6.6 kVA
Rated output current1)
(at Vmains = 3 × AC 400 V)
IN
AC 4 A
AC 5.5 A
AC 7 A
AC 9.5 A
Continuous output current (= 125 % IN) ID
(at Umains = 3 × AC 400 V and fPWM = 4 kHz)
AC 5 A
AC 6.9 A
AC 8.8 A
AC 11.9 A
Continuous output current (= 100 % IN) ID
(at Umains = 3 × AC 400 V and fPWM = 8 kHz)
AC 4 A
AC 5.5 A
AC 7 A
AC 9.5 A
Current limitation
Motor and regenerative 150 % IN, duration depending on capacity utilization
Imax
Imax = 0...150 % adjustable
Internal current limitation
Minimum permitted braking
resistor value (4Q operation)
RBRmin
68 Ω
Output voltage
UA
Max. Vmains
PWM frequency
fPWM
Can be set: 4/8/12/16 kHz
Speed range / resolution
nA / ΔnA
–6000 ... 0 ... +6000 min–1 / 0.2 min–1 across the entire range
PVmax
85 W
GENERAL INFORMATION
Power loss at SN2)
Weight
Dimensions
105 W
130 W
180 W
40 m3/h
Cooling air consumption
3.5 kg
W×H×D
105 × 314 × 234 mm
1) The system and output currents must be reduced by 20 % from the nominal values for Vmains = 3 × AC 500 V.
2) The performance data applies to fPWM = 4 kHz.
MDX61B Standard version
0015-5A3-4-00
0022-5A3-4-00
0030-5A3-4-00
0040-5A3-4-00
Part number
827 957 8
827 958 6
827 959 4
827 960 8
MDX61B Application version
0015-5A3-4-0T
0022-5A3-4-0T
0030-5A3-4-0T
0040-5A3-4-0T
Part number
827 975 6
827 976 4
827 977 2
827 978 0
1.5 kW
2.2 kW
3.0 kW
4.0 kW
2.2 kW
3.0 kW
4.0 kW
5.5 kW
Constant load
Recommended motor power
PMot
Variable torque load or constant
load without overload
Recommended motor power
PMot
Recommended motor power
→ MOVIDRIVE® B system manual, section 'Motor Selection'
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MOVIDRIVE® MDX60/61B...-5_3 (AC 400/500 V units)
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Size 2S, 2 (AC 400/500 V units)
MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B
0055-5A3-4-0_
Size
0075-5A3-4-0_
2S
0110-5A3-4-0_
2
INPUT
Supply voltage
Supply frequency
Rated supply current1)
(at Vmains = 3 × AC 400 V)
Umains
3 × AC 380 V –10 % ... 3 × AC 500 V +10 %
fmains
50 Hz ... 60 Hz ± 5 %
Imains 100 %
125 %
AC 11.3 A
AC 14.1 A
AC 14.4 A
AC 18.0 A
AC 21.6 A
AC 27.0 A
OUTPUT
Apparent output power2)
(at Vmains = 3 × AC 380...500 V)
SN
8.7 kVA
11.2 kVA
16.8 kVA
Rated output current1)
(at Vmains = 3 × AC 400 V)
IN
AC 12.5 A
AC 16 A
AC 24 A
Continuous output current (= 125 % IN) ID
(at Umains = 3 × AC 400 V with fPWM = 4 kHz)
AC 15.6 A
AC 20 A
AC 30 A
Continuous output current (= 100 % IN) ID
(at Umains = 3 × AC 400 V with fPWM = 8 kHz)
AC 12.5 A
AC 16 A
AC 24 A
Current limitation
Imax
Motor and regenerative 150 % IN, duration depending on capacity utilization
Imax = 0...150 % adjustable
Internal current limitation
Minimum permitted braking
resistor value (4Q operation)
RBRmin
47 Ω
22 Ω
Output voltage
UA
Max. Vmains
PWM frequency
fPWM
Can be set: 4/8/12/16 kHz
Speed range / resolution
nA / ΔnA
–6000 ... 0 ... +6000 min–1 / 0.2 min–1 across the entire range
PVmax
220 W
GENERAL INFORMATION
Power loss at SN2)
Cooling air consumption
80 m
Weight
6.6 kg
Dimensions
290 W
400 W
3/h
W×H×D
105 × 335 × 294 mm
135 × 315 × 285 mm
1) The system and output currents must be reduced by 20 % from the nominal values for Vmains = 3 × AC 500 V.
2) The performance data applies to fPWM = 4 kHz.
MDX61B Standard version
0055-5A3-4-00
0075-5A3-4-00
0110-5A3-4-00
Part number
827 961 6
827 962 4
827 963 2
MDX61B Application version
0055-5A3-4-0T
0075-5A3-4-0T
0110-5A3-4-0T
Part number
827 979 9
827 980 2
827 981 0
Constant load
Recommended motor power
PMot
5.5 kW
7.5 kW
11 kW
Variable torque load or constant
load without overload
Recommended motor power
PMot
7.5 kW
11 kW
15 kW
Recommended motor power
126
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Technical Data and Dimension Drawings
MOVIDRIVE® MDX60/61B...-5_3 (AC 400/500 V units)
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P Hz
Size 3 (AC 400/500 V units)
MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B
0150-503-4-0_
0220-503-4-0_
0300-503-4-0_
INPUT
Supply voltage
Umains
3 × AC 380 V –10 % ... 3 × AC 500 V +10 %
Supply frequency
fmains
50 Hz ... 60 Hz ± 5 %
1)
Rated supply current
(at Vmains = 3 × AC 400 V)
Imains 100 %
125 %
AC 28.8 A
AC 36 A
AC 41.4 A
AC 51.7 A
AC 54 A
AC 67.5 A
OUTPUT
Apparent output power2)
(at Vmains = 3 × AC 380...500 V)
SN
22.2 kVA
31.9 kVA
41.6 kVA
Rated output current1)
(at Vmains = 3 × AC 400 V)
IN
AC 32 A
AC 46 A
AC 60 A
AC 40 A
AC 57.5 A
AC 75 A
Continuous output current (= 100 % IN) ID
(at Umains = 3 × AC 400 V with fPWM = 8 kHz)
AC 32 A
AC 46 A
AC 60 A
Current limitation
Motor and regenerative 150 % IN, duration depending on capacity utilization
Continuous output current (= 125 % IN) ID
(at Umains = 3 × AC 400 V with fPWM = 4 kHz)
Imax
Imax = 0...150 % adjustable
Internal current limitation
RBRmin
15 Ω
Output voltage
UA
Max. Vmains
PWM frequency
fPWM
Can be set: 4/8/12/16 kHz
Speed range / resolution
nA / ΔnA
–6000 ... 0 ... +6000 min–1 / 0.2 min–1 across the entire range
PVmax
550 W
Minimum permitted braking
resistor value (4Q operation)
12 Ω
GENERAL INFORMATION
Power loss at SN2)
Weight
Dimensions
750 W
950 W
180 m3/h
Cooling air consumption
15.0 kg
W×H×D
200 × 465 × 308 mm
1) The system and output currents must be reduced by 20 % from the nominal values for Vmains = 3 × AC 500 V.
2) The performance data applies to fPWM = 4 kHz.
MDX61B Standard version
0150-503-4-00
0220-503-4-00
0300-503-4-00
Part number
827 964 0
827 965 9
827 966 7
MDX61B Application version
0150-503-4-0T
0220-503-4-0T
0300-503-4-0T
Part number
827 982 9
827 983 7
827 984 5
Constant load
Recommended motor power
PMot
15 kW
22 kW
30 kW
Variable torque load or constant
load without overload
Recommended motor power
PMot
22 kW
30 kW
37 kW
Recommended motor power
→ MOVIDRIVE® B system manual, section 'Motor Selection'
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MOVIDRIVE® MDX60/61B...-5_3 (AC 400/500 V units)
P Hz
Size 4 (AC 400/500 V units)
MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B
0370-503-4-0_
0450-503-4-0_
INPUT
Supply voltage
Umains
3 × AC 380 V –10 % ... 3 × AC 500 V +10 %
Supply frequency
fmains
50 Hz ... 60 Hz ± 5 %
1)
Rated supply current
(at Vmains = 3 × AC 400 V)
Imains 100 %
125 %
AC 65.7 A
AC 81.9 A
AC 80.1 A
AC 100.1 A
OUTPUT
Apparent output power2)
(at Vmains = 3 × AC 380...500 V)
SN
51.1 kVA
62.3 kVA
Rated output current1)
(at Vmains = 3 × AC 400 V)
IN
AC 73 A
AC 89 A
AC 91 A
AC 111 A
Continuous output current (= 100 % IN) ID
(at Umains = 3 × AC 400 V with fPWM = 8 kHz)
AC 73 A
AC 89 A
Current limitation
Motor and regenerative 150 % IN, duration depending on capacity utilization
Continuous output current (= 125 % IN) ID
(at Umains = 3 × AC 400 V with fPWM = 4 kHz)
Imax
Imax = 0...150 % adjustable
Internal current limitation
Minimum permitted braking
resistor value (4Q operation)
RBRmin
6Ω
Output voltage
UA
Max. Vmains
PWM frequency
fPWM
Can be set: 4/8/12/16 kHz
Speed range / resolution
nA / ΔnA
–6000 ... 0 ... +6000 min–1 / 0.2 min–1 across the entire range
PVmax
1200 W
GENERAL INFORMATION
Power loss at SN2)
Weight
Dimensions
1450 W
180 m3/h
Cooling air consumption
27 kg
W×H×D
280 × 522 × 307 mm
1) The system and output currents must be reduced by 20 % from the nominal values for Vmains = 3 × AC 500 V.
2) The performance data applies to fPWM = 4 kHz.
MDX61B Standard version
0370-503-4-00
0450-503-4-00
Part number
827 967 5
827 968 3
MDX61B Application version
0370-503-4-0T
0450-503-4-0T
Part number
827 985 3
827 986 1
Constant load
Recommended motor power
PMot
37 kW
45 kW
Variable torque load or constant
load without overload
Recommended motor power
PMot
45 kW
55 kW
Recommended motor power
128
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Technical Data and Dimension Drawings
MOVIDRIVE® MDX60/61B...-5_3 (AC 400/500 V units)
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P Hz
Size 5 (AC 400/500 V units)
MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B
0550-503-4-0_
0750-503-4-0_
INPUT
Supply voltage
Umains
3 × AC 380 V –10 % ... 3 × AC 500 V +10 %
Supply frequency
fmains
50 Hz ... 60 Hz ± 5 %
1)
Rated supply current
(at Vmains = 3 × AC 400 V)
Imains 100 %
125 %
AC 94.5 A
AC 118.1 A
AC 117 A
AC 146.3 A
OUTPUT
Apparent output power2)
(at Vmains = 3 × AC 380...500 V)
SN
73.5 kVA
91.0 kVA
Rated output current1)
(at Vmains = 3 × AC 400 V)
IN
AC 105 A
AC 130 A
AC 131 A
AC 162 A
Continuous output current (= 100 % IN) ID
(at Umains = 3 × AC 400 V with fPWM = 8 kHz)
AC 105 A
AC 130 A
Current limitation
Motor and regenerative 150 % IN, duration depending on capacity utilization
Continuous output current (= 125 % IN) ID
(at Umains = 3 × AC 400 V with fPWM = 4 kHz)
Imax
Imax = 0...150 % adjustable
Internal current limitation
Minimum permitted braking
resistor value (4Q operation)
RBRmin
6Ω
4Ω
Output voltage
UA
Max. Vmains
PWM frequency
fPWM
Can be set: 4/8/12/16 kHz
Speed range / resolution
nA / ΔnA
–6000 ... 0 ... +6000 min–1 / 0.2 min–1 across the entire range
PVmax
1700 W
GENERAL INFORMATION
Power loss at SN2)
Weight
Dimensions
2000 W
360 m3/h
Cooling air consumption
35 kg
W×H×D
280 × 610 × 330 mm
1) The system and output currents must be reduced by 20 % from the nominal values for Vmains = 3 × AC 500 V.
2) The performance data applies to fPWM = 4 kHz.
MDX61B Standard version
0550-503-4-00
0750-503-4-00
Part number
827 969 1
827 970 5
MDX61B Application version
0550-503-4-0T
0750-503-4-0T
Part number
827 988 8
827 989 6
Constant load
Recommended motor power
PMot
55 kW
75 kW
Variable torque load or constant
load without overload
Recommended motor power
PMot
75 kW
90 kW
Recommended motor power
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MOVIDRIVE® MDX60/61B...-5_3 (AC 400/500 V units)
P Hz
Size 6 (AC 400/500 V units)
MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B
0900-503-4-0_
1100-503-4-0_
1320-503-4-0_
INPUT
Supply voltage
Umains
3 × AC 380 V –10 % ... 3 × AC 500 V +10 %
Supply frequency
fmains
50 Hz ... 60 Hz ± 5 %
1)
Rated supply current
(at Vmains = 3 × AC 400 V)
Imains 100 %
125 %
AC 153 A
AC 191 A
AC 180 A
AC 225 A
AC 225 A
AC 281 A
OUTPUT
Apparent output power2)
(at Vmains = 3 × AC 380...500 V)
SN
118 kVA
139 kVA
174 kVA
Rated output current1)
(at Vmains = 3 × AC 400 V)
IN
AC 170 A
AC 200 A
AC 250 A
AC 212 A
AC 250 A
AC 312 A
Continuous output current (= 100 % IN) ID
(at Umains = 3 × AC 400 V with fPWM = 4 kHz)
AC 170 A
AC 200 A
AC 250 A
Current limitation
Motor and regenerative 150 % IN, duration depending on capacity utilization
Continuous output current (= 125 % IN) ID
(at Umains = 3 × AC 400 V with fPWM = 4 kHz)
Imax
Imax = 0...150 % adjustable
Internal current limitation
Minimum permitted braking
resistor value (4Q operation)
RBRmin
2.7 Ω
Output voltage
UA
Max. Vmains
PWM frequency
fPWM
Can be set: 4 or 8 kHz
Speed range / resolution
nA / ΔnA
–6000 ... 0 ... +6000 min–1 / 0.2 min–1 across the entire range
PVmax
2300 W
GENERAL INFORMATION
Power loss at SN2)
Weight
Dimensions
2500 W
2700 W
600 m3/h
Cooling air consumption
60 kg
W×H×D
280 × 1000 × 382 mm
1) The system and output currents must be reduced by 20 % from the nominal values for Vmains = 3 × AC 500 V.
2) The performance data applies to fPWM = 4 kHz.
MDX61B Standard version
0900-503-4-00
1100-503-4-00
1320-503-4-00
Part number
827 971 3
827 972 1
827 974 8
MDX61B Application version
0900-503-4-0T
1100-503-4-0T
1320-503-4-0T
Part number
827 991 8
827 992 6
827 993 4
Constant load
Recommended motor power
PMot
90 kW
110 kW
132 kW
Variable torque load or constant
load without overload
Recommended motor power
PMot
110 kW
132 kW
160 kW
Recommended motor power
130
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Operating Instructions – MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B Drive Inverters
Technical Data and Dimension Drawings
MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B...-2_3 (AC 230 V units)
kVA
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MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B...-2_3 (AC 230 V units)
9.4
Size 1 (AC 230 V units)
MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B
0015-2A3-4-0_
0022-2A3-4-0_
0037-2A3-4-0_
INPUT
Supply voltage
Umains
3 × AC 200 V –10 % ... 3 × AC 240 V +10 %
Supply frequency
fmains
50 Hz ... 60 Hz ± 5 %
Rated supply current
(at Vmains = 3 × AC 230 V)
Imains 100 %
125 %
AC 6.7 A
AC 8.4 A
AC 7.8 A
AC 9.8 A
AC 12.9 A
AC 16.1 A
OUTPUT
Apparent output power1)
(at Vmains = 3 × AC 230...240 V)
SN
2.7 kVA
3.4 kVA
5.8 kVA
Rated output current
(at Vmains = 3 × AC 230 V)
IN
AC 7.3 A
AC 8.6 A
AC 14.5 A
Continuous output current (= 125 % IN) ID
(at Umains = 3 × AC 230 V with fPWM = 4 kHz)
AC 9.1 A
AC 10.8 A
AC 18.1 A
Continuous output current (= 100 % IN) ID
(at Umains = 3 × AC 230 V with fPWM = 8 kHz)
AC 7.3 A
AC 8.6 A
AC 14.5 A
Current limitation
Imax
Minimum permitted braking
resistor value (4Q operation)
Motor and regenerative 150 % IN, duration depending on capacity utilization
Imax = 0...150 % adjustable
Internal current limitation
RBRmin
27 Ω
Output voltage
UA
Max. Vmains
PWM frequency
fPWM
Can be set: 4/8/12/16 kHz
Speed range / resolution
nA / ΔnA
–6000 ... 0 ... +6000 min–1 / 0.2 min–1 across the entire range
PVmax
110 W
GENERAL INFORMATION
Power loss at SN1)
Weight
Dimensions
126 W
210 W
40 m3/h
Cooling air consumption
2.8 kg
W×H×D
105 × 314 × 234 mm
1) The performance data applies to fPWM = 4 kHz.
MDX61B Standard version
0015-2A3-4-00
0022-2A3-4-00
0037-2A3-4-00
Part number
827 994 2
827 995 0
827 996 9
MDX61B Application version
0015-2A3-4-0T
0022-2A3-4-0T
0037-2A3-4-0T
Part number
828 003 7
828 004 5
828 005 3
Constant load
Recommended motor power
PMot
1.5 kW
2.2 kW
3.7 kW
Variable torque load or constant
load without overload
Recommended motor power
PMot
2.2 kW
3.7 kW
5.0 kW
Recommended motor power
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MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B...-2_3 (AC 230 V units)
P Hz
Size 2 (AC 230 V units)
MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B
0055-2A3-4-0_
0075-2A3-4-0_
INPUT
Supply voltage
Umains
3 × AC 200 V –10 % ... 3 × AC 240 V +10 %
Supply frequency
fmains
50 Hz ... 60 Hz ± 5 %
Rated supply current
(at Vmains = 3 × AC 230 V)
Imains 100 %
125 %
AC 19.5 A
AC 24.4 A
AC 27.4 A
AC 34.3 A
OUTPUT
Apparent output power1)
(at Vmains = 3 × AC 230...240 V)
SN
8.8 kVA
11.6 kVA
Rated output current
(at Vmains = 3 × AC 230 V)
IN
AC 22 A
AC 29 A
AC 27.5 A
AC 36.3 A
Continuous output current (= 100 % IN) ID
(at Umains = 3 × AC 230 V with fPWM = 8 kHz)
AC 22 A
AC 29 A
Current limitation
Motor and regenerative 150 % IN, duration depending on capacity utilization
Continuous output current (= 125 % IN) ID
(at Umains = 3 × AC 230 V with fPWM = 4 kHz)
Imax
Imax = 0...150 % adjustable
Internal current limitation
Minimum permitted braking
resistor value (4Q operation)
RBRmin
12 Ω
Output voltage
UA
Max. Vmains
PWM frequency
fPWM
Can be set: 4/8/12/16 kHz
Speed range / resolution
nA / ΔnA
–6000 ... 0 ... +6000 min–1 / 0.2 min–1 across the entire range
PVmax
300 W
GENERAL INFORMATION
Power loss at SN1)
Weight
Dimensions
380 W
80 m3/h
Cooling air consumption
5.9 kg
W×H×D
135 × 315 × 285 mm
1) The performance data applies to fPWM = 4 kHz.
MDX61B Standard version
0055-2A3-4-00
0075-2A3-4-00
Part number
827 997 7
827 998 5
MDX61B Application version
0055-2A3-4-0T
0075-2A3-4-0T
Part number
828 006 1
828 008 8
Constant load
Recommended motor power
PMot
5.5 kW
7.5 kW
Variable torque load or constant
load without overload
Recommended motor power
PMot
7.5 kW
11 kW
Recommended motor power
132
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Technical Data and Dimension Drawings
MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B...-2_3 (AC 230 V units)
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P Hz
Size 3 (AC 230 V units)
MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B
0110-203-4-0_
0150-203-4-0_
INPUT
Supply voltage
Umains
3 × AC 200 V –10 % ... 3 × AC 240 V +10 %
Supply frequency
fmains
50 Hz ... 60 Hz ± 5 %
Rated supply current
(at Vmains = 3 × AC 230 V)
Imains 100 %
125 %
AC 40 A
AC 50 A
AC 49 A
AC 61 A
OUTPUT
Apparent output power1)
(at Vmains = 3 × AC 230...240 V)
SN
17.1 kVA
21.5 kVA
Rated output current
(at Vmains = 3 × AC 230 V)
IN
AC 42 A
AC 54 A
AC 52.5 A
AC 67.5 A
Continuous output current (= 100 % IN) ID
(at Umains = 3 × AC 230 V with fPWM = 8 kHz)
AC 42 A
AC 54 A
Current limitation
Motor and regenerative 150 % IN, duration depending on capacity utilization
Continuous output current (= 125 % IN) ID
(at Umains = 3 × AC 230 V with fPWM = 4 kHz)
Imax
Imax = 0...150 % adjustable
Internal current limitation
RBRmin
7.5 Ω
Output voltage
UA
Max. Vmains
PWM frequency
fPWM
Can be set: 4/8/12/16 kHz
Speed range / resolution
nA / ΔnA
–6000 ... 0 ... +6000 min–1 / 0.2 min–1 across the entire range
PVmax
580 W
Minimum permitted braking
resistor value (4Q operation)
5.6 Ω
GENERAL INFORMATION
Power loss at SN1)
Weight
Dimensions
720 W
180 m3/h
Cooling air consumption
14.3 kg
W×H×D
200 × 465 × 308 mm
1) The performance data applies to fPWM = 4 kHz.
MDX61B Standard version
0110-203-4-00
0150-203-4-00
Part number
827 999 3
828 000 2
MDX61B Application version
0110-203-4-0T
0150-203-4-0T
Part number
828 009 6
828 011 8
Constant load
Recommended motor power
PMot
11 kW
15 kW
Variable torque load or constant
load without overload
Recommended motor power
PMot
15 kW
22 kW
Recommended motor power
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MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B...-2_3 (AC 230 V units)
P Hz
Size 4 (AC 230 V units)
MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B
0220-203-4-0_
0300-203-4-0_
INPUT
Supply voltage
Umains
3 × AC 200 V –10 % ... 3 × AC 240 V +10 %
Supply frequency
fmains
50 Hz ... 60 Hz ± 5 %
Rated supply current
(at Vmains = 3 × AC 230 V)
Imains 100 %
125 %
AC 72 A
AC 90 A
AC 86 A
AC 107 A
OUTPUT
Apparent output power1)
(at Vmains = 3 × AC 230...40 V)
SN
31.8 kVA
37.8 kVA
Rated output current
(at Vmains = 3 × AC 230 V)
IN
AC 80 A
AC 95 A
AC 100 A
AC 118 A
Continuous output current (= 100 % IN) ID
(at Umains = 3 × AC 230 V with fPWM = 4 kHz)
AC 80 A
AC 95 A
Current limitation
Motor and regenerative 150 % IN, duration depending on capacity utilization
Continuous output current (= 125 % IN) ID
(at Umains = 3 × AC 230 V with fPWM = 4 kHz)
Imax
Imax = 0...150 % adjustable
Internal current limitation
Minimum permitted braking
resistor value (4Q operation)
RBRmin
3.0 Ω
Output voltage
UA
Max. Vmains
PWM frequency
fPWM
Can be set: 4/8/12/16 kHz
Speed range / resolution
nA / ΔnA
–6000 ... 0 ... +6000 min–1 / 0.2 min–1 across the entire range
PVmax
1100 W
GENERAL INFORMATION
Power loss at SN1)
Weight
Dimensions
1300 W
180 m3/h
Cooling air consumption
26.3 kg
W×H×D
280 × 522 × 307 mm
1) The performance data applies to fPWM = 4 kHz.
MDX61B Standard version
0220-203-4-00
0300-203-4-00
Part number
828 001 0
828 002 9
MDX61B Application version
0220-203-4-0T
0300-203-4-0T
Part number
828 012 6
828 013 4
Constant load
Recommended motor power
PMot
22 kW
30 kW
Variable torque load or constant
load without overload
Recommended motor power
PMot
30 kW
37 kW
Recommended motor power
134
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Technical Data and Dimension Drawings
MOVIDRIVE® MDX60/61B electronics data
9.5
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MOVIDRIVE® MDX60/61B electronics data
MOVIDRIVE® MDX60/61B
General electronics data
Voltage supply
for setpoint input
Setpoint input n1
X11:1
X11:5
X11:2/X11:3
(differential input)
Operating mode AI11/AI12
Resolution
Internal resistance
REF1: DC+10 V +5 % / –0 %, Imax = DC 3 mA
REF2: DC–10 V +0 % / –5 %, Imax = DC 3 mA
Reference voltages for setpoint potentiometer
AI11/AI12: Voltage or current input, can be set with S11 and P11_, sampling interval 1 ms
Voltage input:
n1 = DC 0...+10 V or DC –10 V...0...+10 V
12 bit
Ri = 40 kΩ (external voltage supply)
Ri = 20 kΩ (supply from REF1/REF2)
Current input:
n1 = DC 0...20 mA or DC 4...20 mA
11 bit
Ri = 250 Ω
Internal setpoints
Parameter set 1: n11/n12/n13 = –6000...0...+6000 min-1
Parameter set 2: n21/n22/n23 = –6000...0...+6000 min-1
Time ranges of the speed ramps
at Δn = 3000 min-1
1. Ramp
2. Ramp
Stop ramp
Emergency ramp
Motor potentiometer
Auxiliary voltage output1)
X13:8/X10:8
VO24: VOUT = DC 24 V, maximum current carrying capacity Imax = DC 400 mA
External voltage supply1) X10:9
VI24: UIN = DC 24 V –15 % / +20 % according to EN 61131-2
Binary inputs
X13:1...X13:6 and X16:1/X16:2
Internal resistance
Isolated (optocoupler), PLC compatible (EN 61131), sampling interval 1 ms
DIØØ...DIØ5 and DIØ6/DIØ7
Ri ≈ 3 kΩ, IE ≈ DC 10 mA
t11/t21
t12/t22
t13/t23
t14/t24
t3
Up: 0..0.2000 s
Down: 0..2000 s
Up = down: 0..0.2000 s
Down: 0..0.20 s
Down: 0..0.20 s
Up: 0.2...50 s
Down: 0.2...50 s
Signal level
DC +13 V...+30 V= "1" = Contact closed
DC–3 V...+5 V = "0" = Contact open
Function
X13:1
X13:2...X13:6, X16:1/X16:2
DIØØ: fixed assignment with "/Controller inhibit"
DIØ1...DIØ5, DIØ6/DIØ7: Selection option → Parameter menu P60_
Binary outputs1)
X10:3/X10:7 and X16:3...X16:5
Signal level
PLC-compatible (EN 61131-2), response time 1ms
DBØØ/DOØ2 and DOØ3...DOØ5
"0" = DC 0 V
Function
X10:3
X10:7, X16:3...X16:5
Relay output
Function
X10:4...X10:6
"1" = DC +24 V
Important:Do not apply external voltage!
DBØØ: With fixed assignment "/Brake", Imax = DC 150 mA, short-circuit proof, protected against
external voltage to DC 30 V
DOØ2, DOØ3...DOØ5: Selection option → Parameter menu P62_,
Imax = DC 50 mA, short-circuit proof, protected against external voltage to DC 30 V
DOØ1: Load capacity of the relay contacts Umax = DC 30 V, Imax = DC 800 mA
X10:4
X10:5
X10:6
DOØ1-C: Shared relay contact
DOØ1-NO: Normally open contact
DOØ1-NC: Normally closed contact
System bus (SBus)
X12:1
X12:2
X12:3
DGND: Reference
potential
SC11: SBus high
SC12: SBus low
RS485 interface
X13:10
X13:11
ST11: RS485+
ST12: RS485-
TF/TH/KTY input
X10:1
TF1: Response threshold at RTF ≥ 2.9 kΩ ±10 %
Reference terminals
X11:4
X12:1/X13:9/X16:6/X10:2/X10:10
X13:7
Permitted cable cross section
meets EN 61131
Selection option → Parameter menu P62_
CAN bus according to CAN specification 2.0, parts A and B, transmission technology according to ISO 11898, max. 64 stations, terminating resistor (120Ω) can be activated using DIP switch.
EIA standard, 9.6 kBaud, max. 32 stations
Max. cable length 200 m
Dynamic terminating resistor with fixed installation
AGND: Reference potential for analog signals and terminals X11:1 and X11:5 (REF1/REF2)
DGND: Reference potential for binary signals, system bus, RS485 interface and TF/TH
DCOM: Reference potential for binary inputs X13:1...X13:6 and X16:1/X16:2 (DIØØ...DIØ5
and DIØ6/DIØ7)
One conductor per terminal:0.20...2.5 mm2 (AWG 24...12)
Two conductors per terminal:0.25...1 mm2 (AWG 22...17)
1) The unit provides a current of Imax = DC 400 mA for the DC+24 V outputs (VO24, binary outputs). If this value is insufficient, a DC 24 V
voltage supply must be connected to X10:9 (VI24).
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MOVIDRIVE® MDX60/61B electronics data
P Hz
MOVIDRIVE® MDX60/61B
Safety contact
General electronics data
X17:1
X17:2
X17:3
X17:4
Permitted cable cross section
One conductor per terminal: 0.08...1.5 mm2 (AWG28...16)
Two conductors per terminal: 0.25 ... 1.0 mm2 (AWG23...17)
Power consumption X17:4
Size 0: 3 W
Size 1: 5 W
Size 2, 2S: 6 W
Size 3: 7.5 W
Size 4: 8 W
Size 5: 10 W
Size 6: 6 W
Input capacitance X17:4
Size 0: 27 µF
Size 1..0.6: 270 µF
Time for restart
Time to inhibit output stage
tA = 200 ms
tS = 200 ms
Signal level
136
DGND: Reference potential for X17:3
VO24: : UOUT = DC 24 V, only to supply X17:4 of the same unit; it cannot be used to supply
other units.
SOV24: Reference potential for DC+24 V input "Safe stop" (safety contact)
SVI24: DC+24 V input "Safe stop" (safety contact)
DC +19.2 V...+30 V= "1" = Contact closed
DC–30 V...+5 V = "0" = Contact open
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MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B dimension drawings
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MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B dimension drawings
317
292
280
10
5
Size 0S
249
260
6
45
Figure 42: Dimension drawing for MDX60B size 0S, dimensions in mm
317
292
280
10
5
Size 0S with
mounted braking
resistor
53019BXX
249
260
6
45
71.5
53020BXX
Figure 43: Dimension drawing for MDX60B size 0S with braking resistor, dimensions in mm
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P Hz
317
292
280
10
5
Size 0M
249
260
6
67.5
Figure 44: Dimension drawing for MDX60B size 0M, dimensions in mm
317
292
280
10
5
Size 0M with
mounted braking
resistor
53022BXX
249
260
6
67.5
94
53023BXX
Figure 45: Dimension drawing for MDX60B size 0M with braking resistor, dimensions in mm
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NOTE
For MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B size 0, installing a braking resistor does not affect the
dimensions. Therefore, MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B size 0 dimensions are displayed without an installed braking resistor.
317
5
292
280
10
Size 0S
249
260
6
45
72.5
Figure 46: Dimension drawing for MDX61B size 0S, dimensions in mm
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MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B dimension drawings
P Hz
10
5
292
280
317
Size 0M
6
249
260
67.5
95
Figure 47: Dimension drawing for MDX61B size 0M, dimensions in mm
140
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Size 1
234
105
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
+/-
0
.
314
343
300
7
85
6
Figure 48: Dimension drawing for MDX61B size 1, dimensions in mm
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Size 2S
105
294
325
335
5
70
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
+/-
0
.
7
Figure 49: Dimension drawing for MDX61B size 2S, dimensions in mm
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Size 2
285
130
105
300
315
335.4
7
1.5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
+/-
0
.
6,5
124.5
Figure 50: Dimension drawing for MDX61B size 2, dimensions in mm
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P Hz
Size 3
308
200
105
445
465
9
2
7
Figure 51: Dimension drawing for MDX61B size 3, dimensions in mm
144
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Size 4
307
280
2
499
522
12
140
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
+/-
0
.
7
Figure 52: Dimension drawing for MDX61B size 4, dimensions in mm
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P Hz
Size 5
280
330
140
590
610
9
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
+/-
0
.
7
Figure 53: Dimension drawing for MDX61B size 5, dimensions in mm
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Size 6
280
382
140
230
230
970
1000
230
230
40
20
2
11
9
294
318
Figure 54: Dimension drawing for MDX61B size 6, dimensions in mm
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Technical data for options DEH11B, DER11B and BW...-T/...-P
P Hz
Technical data for options DEH11B, DER11B and BW...-T/...-P
"HIPERFACE® encoder card type DEH11B"
Option DEH11B
Output for incremental
encoder simulation or
external encoder input
X14:
Motor encoder inputX15:
Output for incremental encoder simulation:
Signal level to RS422
The number of pulses is:
• 1024 pulses/revolution (Hiperface® encoder on X15)
• as at X51: Motor encoder input
(sin/cos encoder or TTL sensor
with negated tracks at X15)
External encoder input (max. 200 kHz):
Permitted encoder types:
• HIPERFACE® encoder
• sin/cos encoder AC 1 VSS
• TTL encoder with negated tracks
• Encoder with signal level to RS422
Encoder power supply: DC+12 V, Imax = DC 650
mA1)
Permitted encoder types:
• HIPERFACE® encoder
• sin/cos encoder AC 1 VSS
• TTL encoder with negated tracks
• Encoder with signal level to RS422
• Permitted resolution: 128/256/512/1024/2048 [increments/revolution]
Encoder power supply: DC+12 V, Imax = DC 650 mA1)
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1) Total current load of DC 12 V encoder supply ≤ DC 650 mA.
Resolver card type DER11B
Option DER11B
Output for incremental
encoder simulation or
external encoder input
X14:
Output for incremental encoder
simulation:
Signal level to RS422
The number of pulses is 1024
pulses/revolution
External encoder input (max. 200 kHz):
Permitted encoder types:
• HIPERFACE® encoder
• sin/cos encoder AC 1 VSS
• TTL encoder with negated tracks
Encoder power supply: DC+12 V, Imax = DC 650
mA
Motor encoder input
X15:
Resolver
2-pole, Uref = AC 3.5 Veff, 4 kHz
Uin / Uref = 0.5
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Braking resistor BW...-T/BW...-P
Braking resistor BW...-T / BW...-P
Connection cross section for signal contact
1 x 2.5 mm2
Switching capability of the thermostat’s signal contact
•
•
Switching contact
according to EN 61800-5-1
9.9
DC 2 A / DC 24 V (DC11)
AC 2 A / AC 230V (AC11)
Technical data of DIO11B and DFC11B options
Input/output card type DIO11B
DIO11B option
Setpoint input n2
X20:1/X20:2
Mode AI21/AI22
Resolution
Internal resistance
Analog outputs
n2 = DC 0...+10 V or DC -10 V...0...+10 V
12 bit, sampling time 1 ms
Ri = 40 kΩ
X21:1/X21:4
X21:2/X21:5
Response time
Resolution
Isolated (optocoupler), PLC compatible (EN 61131)
DI1Ø...DI17
Ri ≈ 3 kΩ, IE ≈ DC 10 mA
Sampling interval 1 ms
DC+13 V...+30 V= "1" = Contact closed
DC-3 V...+5 V = "0" = Contact open
Signal level
Binary outputs
X22:1...X22:8
X23:1...X23:8
Signal level
Function
X23:1...X23:8
Voltage input
Permitted line cross section
Fulfills EN 61131
DI10...DI17: Selection option → Parameter menu P61_
DO1Ø...DO17: PLC-compatible (EN 61131-2), response time 1ms
"0" = DC 0 V
"1" = DC+24 V
DO10...DO17: Selection option → Parameter menu P63_,
Imax = DC 50 mA, short-circuit proof and protected against external voltage to
DC 30 V
X22:9
X22:10
AGND: Reference potential for analog signals (AI21/AI22/AO_1/AO_2)
DCOM: Reference potential for binary inputs X22:1...X22:8 (DI1Ø...DI17)
DGND: Reference potential for binary signals, reference potential for DC 24
V power supply
X23:9
24VIN: Supply voltage DC +24 V for binary outputs DO1Ø...DO17
Reference terminals
X20:3/X21:3/X21:6
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AOV1/AOV2: Voltage outputs DC -10 V...0...+10 V, Imax = DC 10 mA, shortcircuit proof and protected against external voltage to DC 30 V, selection
option → parameter menu P64_
AOC1/AOC2: Current outputs DC 0(4)...20 mA, short-circuit proof and protected against external voltage to DC 30 V, selection option → parameter
menu P64_
5 ms
12 bit
Binary inputs
X22:1...X22:8
Internal resistance
Function
AI21/AI22: Voltage input
Differential input or input with AGND reference potential
One core per terminal:
Two cores per terminal:
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0.25...1 mm2 (AWG 22...17)
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Technical data of DIO11B and DFC11B options
P Hz
CAN bus interface type DFC11B
DFC11B option
Communication profile
•
•
•
SEW-MOVILINK®
CANopen
CAN Layer 2
Number of process data words
1 ... 10 process data words
Baud rate
Setting using parameter P894:
125 kBaud / 250 kBaud / 500 kBaud / 1 MBaud
Connection technology
Sub-D9 plug connector X30 (plug assigned to CIA standard) or
via terminal X31
Permitted line cross section X31
(CAN-Bus connection)
One core per terminal: 0.20 ... 2.5 mm2 (AWG24 ... 12)
Two cores per terminal: 0.25 ...1 mm2 (AWG22 ... 17)
Terminating resistor
120 Ω (setting at DIP switch S1-R)
Addressing
Setting via parameter P891 (SBus MOVILINK) or P896 (CANopen)
Tools for startup
•
•
MOVITOOLS® software
DBG60B keypad
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10
10
Index
Numerics
7-segment display (fault message) ...................114
A
Accessories set, size 2S .....................................12
Arrangement of the option slots ..........................57
Assignment of braking resistors, chokes
and filters
AC 230 V units, sizes 1 to 4 .........................51
AC 400/500 V units, size 0 ...........................46
AC 400/500 V units, size 1, 2S, 2 .................47
AC 400/500 V units, sizes 3 and 4 ...............48
AC 400/500 V units, sizes 5 and 6 ...............49
B
Baud rate ..........................................................150
Braking resistor BW...-...-T
Technical data ............................................149
C
C-Tick approval .................................................121
CE marking .......................................................121
Connecting external encoder ..............................69
Connection
Encoder and resolver, general information ...60
Incremental encoder simulation ....................72
Option DEH11B ............................................62
Option DER11B ............................................66
Option DFC11B ............................................77
Option DIO11B .............................................74
Resolver .......................................................67
RS485 interface ............................................53
System bus (SBus) .......................................52
Connection technology .....................................150
Connector adapter
Encoder adapter X14 DAE14B .....................16
D
DAE14B, encoder adapter X14 .................... 15, 16
DAE15B, encoder adapter X15 ...........................15
DAT11B, terminal adapter ..................................15
DBG60B
Delivery condition .........................................82
Language selection ......................................82
Starting up the speed controller ....................86
Startup procedure .........................................83
DBG60B keypad
Basic displays .............................................107
Copy function ..............................................108
Edit IPOS parameters .................................111
Functions of the keys ..................................108
Information messages ................................107
Parameter mode .........................................109
Startup functions ...........................................83
User menu ..................................................110
Variable mode ............................................110
Wake-up parameters ................................. 110
DBM60B, door installation set ............................ 13
DEH11B
Connection ................................................... 62
Technical data ........................................... 148
Terminal description .................................... 62
DER11B
Connection ................................................... 66
Technical data ........................................... 148
Terminal description .................................... 66
DFC11B
Technical data ........................................... 150
Terminal description .................................... 77
Dimension drawings
MDX60B, size 0M ...................................... 138
MDX60B, size 0S ....................................... 137
MDX61B, size 0M ...................................... 140
MDX61B, size 0S ....................................... 139
MDX61B, size 1 ......................................... 141
MDX61B, size 2 ......................................... 143
MDX61B, size 2S ....................................... 142
MDX61B, size 3 ......................................... 144
MDX61B, size 4 ......................................... 145
MDX61B, size 5 ......................................... 146
MDX61B, size 6 ......................................... 147
DIO11B
Connection ................................................... 74
Technical data ........................................... 149
Terminal description .................................... 74
DKG60B, 5 m extension cable for DBG60B ....... 13
DMP11B, mounting panel .................................. 14
DP ident. number ............................................. 150
E
Earth-leakage monitor for IT systems ................ 28
Extended storage ............................................. 119
F
Fault list ............................................................ 114
Fault memory ................................................... 113
Fault message in 7-segment display ................ 114
I
Ident number .................................................... 150
Incremental encoder simulation
Connection ................................................... 72
Index of changes .................................................. 9
Changes compared to the previous
version .............................................. 9
Information messages on DBG60B .................. 107
Input/output card DIO11B
Connection ................................................... 74
Installation
Braking resistor BW ..................................... 29
Cable cross sections .................................... 28
Cables and fuses ......................................... 27
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HD output choke ...........................................31
Mains and brake contactors .........................28
PE connection ..............................................28
Shielded control cables ................................30
UL-compliant ................................................35
Installation notes for size 6 .................................26
Installing and removing options cards .................58
Interface adapter
DWE11B/12B ...............................................54
USB11A ........................................................56
UWS21B .......................................................55
L
Long-term storage .............................................122
M
Master/slave connection .....................................73
Memory card .....................................................111
Notes on replacing the memory card ..........111
Minimum clearance .............................................27
Mounting position ................................................27
N
Nameplate .................................................... 10, 11
O
Operating display
7-segment display ......................................106
Operating displays
Basic displays in the DBG60B keypad .......107
Option cards
Installation and removal ................................58
Option combinations, overview ...........................57
Option DWE11B/12B ..........................................54
Option slots, arrangement ...................................57
Option USB11A ...................................................56
Option UWS21B ..................................................55
Optional scope of delivery
DBM60B .......................................................13
DKG60B .......................................................13
DMP11B .......................................................14
P
Parameter list ......................................................95
Parameter mode ...............................................109
Power shield clamp .............................................37
R
Removing/installing the front cover .....................33
Removing/installing the keypad ..........................32
Repair ...............................................................119
Reset .................................................................113
Resolver, connection ..........................................67
RS485 interface, description and connection .....53
S
Safety notes ..........................................................6
Scope of delivery ................................................12
MDX60B/61B size 0 .....................................12
152
MDX60B/61B size 2S .................................. 12
MDX60B/61B sizes 1-6 ................................ 12
SEW Electronics Service ................................. 119
Starting the motor
Analog setpoint selection ............................. 91
Fixed setpoints ............................................. 92
Manual operation ......................................... 93
Startup
DBG60B keypad .......................................... 81
PC and MOVITOOLS® ................................ 89
Preliminary work and resources .................. 80
Startup instructions ...................................... 78
Startup with DBG60B
Set parameters ............................................ 88
Storage temperature ........................................ 122
Switch-off responses to faults .......................... 113
System bus (SBus), connection ......................... 52
T
Technical data
230 V units
Size 1 .................................................. 131
Size 2 .................................................. 132
Size 3 .................................................. 133
Size 4 .................................................. 134
400/500 V units
Size 2S, 2 ............................................ 126
Size 3 .................................................. 127
Size 4 .................................................. 128
Size 5 .................................................. 129
Size 6 .................................................. 130
400/500 V units Size 0 ............................... 128
400/500 V units Size 1 ............................... 125
Braking resistor BW...-...-T ........................ 149
Electronics data for the basic unit .............. 135
General technical data ............................... 122
Option DEH11B ......................................... 148
Option DER11B ......................................... 148
Option DFC11B ......................................... 150
Option DIO11B .......................................... 149
Size 0 (400/500 V units) ............................ 124
Terminal description
Basic unit (power section and control
unit) ................................................. 45
DFC11B ....................................................... 77
Option DIO11B ............................................ 74
Tightening torques for power terminals .............. 27
Timeout active .................................................. 113
Touch guard for power terminals ....................... 40
U
UL approval ...................................................... 121
UL-compliant installation .................................... 35
Unit design
MDX60B/61B size 0 ..................................... 18
MDX61B size 1 ............................................ 19
MDX61B size 2 ............................................ 21
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MDX61B size 2S ..........................................20
MDX61B size 3 .............................................22
MDX61B size 4 .............................................23
MDX61B size 5 .............................................24
MDX61B size 6 .............................................25
Unit designation ..................................................10
User menu ........................................................110
V
Variable mode ...................................................110
W
Wake-up parameters ........................................110
Wiring diagrams
Braking resistor BW... / BW...-T /
BW...-P ............................................43
Electronic terminals ......................................44
Power section and brake ..............................42
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Address List
Address List
Germany
Headquarters
Production
Sales
Bruchsal
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG
Ernst-Blickle-Straße 42
D-76646 Bruchsal
P.O. Box
Postfach 3023 • D-76642 Bruchsal
Tel. +49 7251 75-0
Fax +49 7251 75-1970
http://www.sew-eurodrive.de
sew@sew-eurodrive.de
Service
Competence Center
Central
Gear units /
Motors
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG
Ernst-Blickle-Straße 1
D-76676 Graben-Neudorf
Tel. +49 7251 75-1710
Fax +49 7251 75-1711
sc-mitte-gm@sew-eurodrive.de
Central
Electronics
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG
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D-76646 Bruchsal
Tel. +49 7251 75-1780
Fax +49 7251 75-1769
sc-mitte-e@sew-eurodrive.de
North
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D-30823 Garbsen (near Hannover)
Tel. +49 5137 8798-30
Fax +49 5137 8798-55
sc-nord@sew-eurodrive.de
East
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Dänkritzer Weg 1
D-08393 Meerane (near Zwickau)
Tel. +49 3764 7606-0
Fax +49 3764 7606-30
sc-ost@sew-eurodrive.de
South
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG
Domagkstraße 5
D-85551 Kirchheim (near München)
Tel. +49 89 909552-10
Fax +49 89 909552-50
sc-sued@sew-eurodrive.de
West
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG
Siemensstraße 1
D-40764 Langenfeld (near Düsseldorf)
Tel. +49 2173 8507-30
Fax +49 2173 8507-55
sc-west@sew-eurodrive.de
Drive Service Hotline / 24 Hour Service
+49 180 5 SEWHELP
+49 180 5 7394357
Additional addresses for service in Germany provided on request!
France
Production
Sales
Service
Haguenau
SEW-USOCOME
48-54, route de Soufflenheim
B. P. 20185
F-67506 Haguenau Cedex
Tel. +33 3 88 73 67 00
Fax +33 3 88 73 66 00
http://www.usocome.com
sew@usocome.com
Assembly
Sales
Service
Bordeaux
SEW-USOCOME
Parc d'activités de Magellan
62, avenue de Magellan - B. P. 182
F-33607 Pessac Cedex
Tel. +33 5 57 26 39 00
Fax +33 5 57 26 39 09
Lyon
SEW-USOCOME
Parc d'Affaires Roosevelt
Rue Jacques Tati
F-69120 Vaulx en Velin
Tel. +33 4 72 15 37 00
Fax +33 4 72 15 37 15
Paris
SEW-USOCOME
Zone industrielle
2, rue Denis Papin
F-77390 Verneuil I'Etang
Tel. +33 1 64 42 40 80
Fax +33 1 64 42 40 88
Additional addresses for service in France provided on request!
Algeria
Sales
Alger
Réducom
16, rue des Frères Zaghnoun
Bellevue El-Harrach
16200 Alger
Tel. +213 21 8222-84
Fax +213 21 8222-84
Buenos Aires
SEW EURODRIVE ARGENTINA S.A.
Centro Industrial Garin, Lote 35
Ruta Panamericana Km 37,5
1619 Garin
Tel. +54 3327 4572-84
Fax +54 3327 4572-21
sewar@sew-eurodrive.com.ar
Argentina
Assembly
Sales
Service
154
Address List
Australia
Assembly
Sales
Service
Melbourne
SEW-EURODRIVE PTY. LTD.
27 Beverage Drive
Tullamarine, Victoria 3043
Tel. +61 3 9933-1000
Fax +61 3 9933-1003
http://www.sew-eurodrive.com.au
enquires@sew-eurodrive.com.au
Sydney
SEW-EURODRIVE PTY. LTD.
9, Sleigh Place, Wetherill Park
New South Wales, 2164
Tel. +61 2 9725-9900
Fax +61 2 9725-9905
enquires@sew-eurodrive.com.au
Townsville
SEW-EURODRIVE PTY. LTD.
12 Leyland Street
Garbutt, QLD 4814
Tel. +61 7 4779 4333
Fax +61 7 4779 5333
enquires@sew-eurodrive.com.au
Wien
SEW-EURODRIVE Ges.m.b.H.
Richard-Strauss-Strasse 24
A-1230 Wien
Tel. +43 1 617 55 00-0
Fax +43 1 617 55 00-30
http://sew-eurodrive.at
sew@sew-eurodrive.at
Brüssel
SEW Caron-Vector S.A.
Avenue Eiffel 5
B-1300 Wavre
Tel. +32 10 231-311
Fax +32 10 231-336
http://www.caron-vector.be
info@caron-vector.be
Sao Paulo
SEW-EURODRIVE Brasil Ltda.
Avenida Amâncio Gaiolli, 50
Caixa Postal: 201-07111-970
Guarulhos/SP - Cep.: 07251-250
Tel. +55 11 6489-9133
Fax +55 11 6480-3328
http://www.sew.com.br
sew@sew.com.br
Austria
Assembly
Sales
Service
Belgium
Assembly
Sales
Service
Brazil
Production
Sales
Service
Additional addresses for service in Brazil provided on request!
Bulgaria
Sales
Sofia
BEVER-DRIVE GmbH
Bogdanovetz Str.1
BG-1606 Sofia
Tel. +359 2 9151160
Fax +359 2 9151166
bever@fastbg.net
Douala
Electro-Services
Rue Drouot Akwa
B.P. 2024
Douala
Tel. +237 4322-99
Fax +237 4277-03
Toronto
SEW-EURODRIVE CO. OF CANADA LTD.
210 Walker Drive
Bramalea, Ontario L6T3W1
Tel. +1 905 791-1553
Fax +1 905 791-2999
http://www.sew-eurodrive.ca
l.reynolds@sew-eurodrive.ca
Vancouver
SEW-EURODRIVE CO. OF CANADA LTD.
7188 Honeyman Street
Delta. B.C. V4G 1 E2
Tel. +1 604 946-5535
Fax +1 604 946-2513
b.wake@sew-eurodrive.ca
Montreal
SEW-EURODRIVE CO. OF CANADA LTD.
2555 Rue Leger Street
LaSalle, Quebec H8N 2V9
Tel. +1 514 367-1124
Fax +1 514 367-3677
a.peluso@sew-eurodrive.ca
Cameroon
Sales
Canada
Assembly
Sales
Service
Additional addresses for service in Canada provided on request!
Chile
Assembly
Sales
Service
Santiago de
Chile
SEW-EURODRIVE CHILE LTDA.
Las Encinas 1295
Parque Industrial Valle Grande
LAMPA
RCH-Santiago de Chile
P.O. Box
Casilla 23 Correo Quilicura - Santiago - Chile
Tel. +56 2 75770-00
Fax +56 2 75770-01
www.sew-eurodrive.cl
ventas@sew-eurodrive.cl
155
Address List
China
Production
Assembly
Sales
Service
Tianjin
SEW-EURODRIVE (Tianjin) Co., Ltd.
No. 46, 7th Avenue, TEDA
Tianjin 300457
Tel. +86 22 25322612
Fax +86 22 25322611
gm-tianjin@sew-eurodrive.cn
http://www.sew-eurodrive.com.cn
Assembly
Sales
Service
Suzhou
SEW-EURODRIVE (Suzhou) Co., Ltd.
333, Suhong Middle Road
Suzhou Industrial Park
Jiangsu Province, 215021
P. R. China
Tel. +86 512 62581781
Fax +86 512 62581783
suzhou@sew.com.cn
Additional addresses for service in China provided on request!
Colombia
Assembly
Sales
Service
Bogotá
SEW-EURODRIVE COLOMBIA LTDA.
Calle 22 No. 132-60
Bodega 6, Manzana B
Santafé de Bogotá
Tel. +57 1 54750-50
Fax +57 1 54750-44
http://www.sew-eurodrive.com.co
sewcol@sew-eurodrive.com.co
Zagreb
KOMPEKS d. o. o.
PIT Erdödy 4 II
HR 10 000 Zagreb
Tel. +385 1 4613-158
Fax +385 1 4613-158
kompeks@net.hr
Praha
SEW-EURODRIVE CZ S.R.O.
Business Centrum Praha
Luzna 591
CZ-16000 Praha 6 - Vokovice
Tel. +420 220121234
Fax +420 220121237
http://www.sew-eurodrive.cz
sew@sew-eurodrive.cz
Kopenhagen
SEW-EURODRIVEA/S
Geminivej 28-30, P.O. Box 100
DK-2670 Greve
Tel. +45 43 9585-00
Fax +45 43 9585-09
http://www.sew-eurodrive.dk
sew@sew-eurodrive.dk
Tallin
ALAS-KUUL AS
Mustamäe tee 24
EE-10620Tallin
Tel. +372 6593230
Fax +372 6593231
veiko.soots@alas-kuul.ee
Lahti
SEW-EURODRIVE OY
Vesimäentie 4
FIN-15860 Hollola 2
Tel. +358 201 589-300
Fax +358 3 780-6211
sew@sew.fi
http://www.sew-eurodrive.fi
Libreville
Electro-Services
B.P. 1889
Libreville
Tel. +241 7340-11
Fax +241 7340-12
Normanton
SEW-EURODRIVE Ltd.
Beckbridge Industrial Estate
P.O. Box No.1
GB-Normanton, West- Yorkshire WF6 1QR
Tel. +44 1924 893-855
Fax +44 1924 893-702
http://www.sew-eurodrive.co.uk
info@sew-eurodrive.co.uk
Athen
Christ. Boznos & Son S.A.
12, Mavromichali Street
P.O. Box 80136, GR-18545 Piraeus
Tel. +30 2 1042 251-34
Fax +30 2 1042 251-59
http://www.boznos.gr
info@boznos.gr
Croatia
Sales
Service
Czech Republic
Sales
Denmark
Assembly
Sales
Service
Estonia
Sales
Finland
Assembly
Sales
Service
Gabon
Sales
Great Britain
Assembly
Sales
Service
Greece
Sales
Service
156
Address List
Hong Kong
Hong Kong
SEW-EURODRIVE LTD.
Unit No. 801-806, 8th Floor
Hong Leong Industrial Complex
No. 4, Wang Kwong Road
Kowloon, Hong Kong
Tel. +852 2 7960477 + 79604654
Fax +852 2 7959129
sew@sewhk.com
Budapest
SEW-EURODRIVE Kft.
H-1037 Budapest
Kunigunda u. 18
Tel. +36 1 437 06-58
Fax +36 1 437 06-50
office@sew-eurodrive.hu
Assembly
Sales
Service
Baroda
SEW-EURODRIVE India Pvt. Ltd.
Plot No. 4, Gidc
Por Ramangamdi • Baroda - 391 243
Gujarat
Tel. +91 265 2831086
Fax +91 265 2831087
http://www.seweurodriveindia.com
mdoffice@seweurodriveindia.com
Technical Offices
Bangalore
SEW-EURODRIVE India Private Limited
308, Prestige Centre Point
7, Edward Road
Bangalore
Tel. +91 80 22266565
Fax +91 80 22266569
salesbang@seweurodriveinindia.com
Dublin
Alperton Engineering Ltd.
48 Moyle Road
Dublin Industrial Estate
Glasnevin, Dublin 11
Tel. +353 1 830-6277
Fax +353 1 830-6458
Tel-Aviv
Liraz Handasa Ltd.
Ahofer Str 34B / 228
58858 Holon
Tel. +972 3 5599511
Fax +972 3 5599512
lirazhandasa@barak-online.net
Milano
SEW-EURODRIVE di R. Blickle & Co.s.a.s.
Via Bernini,14
I-20020 Solaro (Milano)
Tel. +39 02 96 9801
Fax +39 02 96 799781
http://www.sew-eurodrive.it
sewit@sew-eurodrive.it
Abidjan
SICA
Ste industrielle et commerciale pour l'Afrique
165, Bld de Marseille
B.P. 2323, Abidjan 08
Tel. +225 2579-44
Fax +225 2584-36
Toyoda-cho
SEW-EURODRIVE JAPAN CO., LTD
250-1, Shimoman-no,
Iwata
Shizuoka 438-0818
Tel. +81 538 373811
Fax +81 538 373814
sewjapan@sew-eurodrive.co.jp
Ansan-City
SEW-EURODRIVE KOREA CO., LTD.
B 601-4, Banweol Industrial Estate
Unit 1048-4, Shingil-Dong
Ansan 425-120
Tel. +82 31 492-8051
Fax +82 31 492-8056
http://www.sew-korea.co.kr
master@sew-korea.co.kr
Riga
SIA Alas-Kuul
Katlakalna 11C
LV-1073 Riga
Tel. +371 7139253
Fax +371 7139386
http://www.alas-kuul.com
info@alas-kuul.com
Assembly
Sales
Service
Hungary
Sales
Service
India
Ireland
Sales
Service
Israel
Sales
Italy
Assembly
Sales
Service
Ivory Coast
Sales
Japan
Assembly
Sales
Service
Korea
Assembly
Sales
Service
Latvia
Sales
157
Address List
Lebanon
Sales
Beirut
Gabriel Acar & Fils sarl
B. P. 80484
Bourj Hammoud, Beirut
Tel. +961 1 4947-86
+961 1 4982-72
+961 3 2745-39
Fax +961 1 4949-71
gacar@beirut.com
Alytus
UAB Irseva
Naujoji 19
LT-62175 Alytus
Tel. +370 315 79204
Fax +370 315 56175
info@irseva.lt
http://www.sew-eurodrive.lt
Brüssel
CARON-VECTOR S.A.
Avenue Eiffel 5
B-1300 Wavre
Tel. +32 10 231-311
Fax +32 10 231-336
http://www.caron-vector.be
info@caron-vector.be
Johore
SEW-EURODRIVE SDN BHD
No. 95, Jalan Seroja 39, Taman Johor Jaya
81000 Johor Bahru, Johor
West Malaysia
Tel. +60 7 3549409
Fax +60 7 3541404
sales@sew-eurodrive.com.my
Queretaro
SEW-EURODRIVE MEXIKO SA DE CV
SEM-981118-M93
Tequisquiapan No. 102
Parque Industrail Queretaro
C.P. 76220
Queretaro, Mexico
Tel. +52 442 1030-300
Fax +52 442 1030-301
http://www.sew-eurodrive.com.mx
scmexico@seweurodrive.com.mx
Casablanca
Afit
5, rue Emir Abdelkader
MA 20300 Casablanca
Tel. +212 22618372
Fax +212 22618351
richard.miekisiak@premium.net.ma
Rotterdam
VECTOR Aandrijftechniek B.V.
Industrieweg 175
NL-3044 AS Rotterdam
Postbus 10085
NL-3004 AB Rotterdam
Tel. +31 10 4463-700
Fax +31 10 4155-552
http://www.vector.nu
info@vector.nu
Auckland
SEW-EURODRIVE NEW ZEALAND LTD.
P.O. Box 58-428
82 Greenmount drive
East Tamaki Auckland
Tel. +64 9 2745627
Fax +64 9 2740165
http://www.sew-eurodrive.co.nz
sales@sew-eurodrive.co.nz
Christchurch
SEW-EURODRIVE NEW ZEALAND LTD.
10 Settlers Crescent, Ferrymead
Christchurch
Tel. +64 3 384-6251
Fax +64 3 384-6455
sales@sew-eurodrive.co.nz
Moss
SEW-EURODRIVE A/S
Solgaard skog 71
N-1599 Moss
Tel. +47 69 241-020
Fax +47 69 241-040
http://www.sew-eurodrive.no
sew@sew-eurodrive.no
Lima
SEW DEL PERU MOTORES REDUCTORES
S.A.C.
Los Calderos, 120-124
Urbanizacion Industrial Vulcano, ATE, Lima
Tel. +51 1 3495280
Fax +51 1 3493002
http://www.sew-eurodrive.com.pe
sewperu@sew-eurodrive.com.pe
Lithuania
Sales
Luxembourg
Assembly
Sales
Service
Malaysia
Assembly
Sales
Service
Mexico
Assembly
Sales
Service
Morocco
Sales
Netherlands
Assembly
Sales
Service
New Zealand
Assembly
Sales
Service
Norway
Assembly
Sales
Service
Peru
Assembly
Sales
Service
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Address List
Poland
Assembly
Sales
Service
Lodz
SEW-EURODRIVE Polska Sp.z.o.o.
ul. Techniczna 5
PL-92-518 Lodz
Tel. +48 42 67710-90
Fax +48 42 67710-99
http://www.sew-eurodrive.pl
sew@sew-eurodrive.pl
Coimbra
SEW-EURODRIVE, LDA.
Apartado 15
P-3050-901 Mealhada
Tel. +351 231 20 9670
Fax +351 231 20 3685
http://www.sew-eurodrive.pt
infosew@sew-eurodrive.pt
Bucuresti
Sialco Trading SRL
str. Madrid nr.4
011785 Bucuresti
Tel. +40 21 230-1328
Fax +40 21 230-7170
sialco@sialco.ro
St. Petersburg
ZAO SEW-EURODRIVE
P.O. Box 36
195220 St. Petersburg Russia
Tel. +7 812 3332522 +7 812 5357142
Fax +7 812 3332523
http://www.sew-eurodrive.ru
sew@sew-eurodrive.ru
Dakar
SENEMECA
Mécanique Générale
Km 8, Route de Rufisque
B.P. 3251, Dakar
Tel. +221 849 47-70
Fax +221 849 47-71
senemeca@sentoo.sn
Beograd
DIPAR d.o.o.
Ustanicka 128a
PC Košum, IV floor
SCG-11000 Beograd
Tel. +381 11 347 3244 / +381 11 288
0393
Fax +381 11 347 1337
dipar@yubc.net
Singapore
SEW-EURODRIVE PTE. LTD.
No 9, Tuas Drive 2
Jurong Industrial Estate
Singapore 638644
Tel. +65 68621701
Fax +65 68612827
http://www.sew-eurodrive.com.sg
sewsingapore@sew-eurodrive.com
Bratislava
SEW-Eurodrive SK s.r.o.
Rybnicna 40
SK-83107 Bratislava
Tel. +421 2 49595201
Fax +421 2 49595200
http://www.sew.sk
sew@sew-eurodrive.sk
Zilina
SEW-Eurodrive SK s.r.o.
ul. Vojtecha Spanyola 33
SK-010 01 Zilina
Tel. +421 41 700 2513
Fax +421 41 700 2514
sew@sew-eurodrive.sk
Banská Bystrica
SEW-Eurodrive SK s.r.o.
Rudlovská cesta 85
SK-97411 Banská Bystrica
Tel. +421 48 414 6564
Fax +421 48 414 6566
sew@sew-eurodrive.sk
Celje
Pakman - Pogonska Tehnika d.o.o.
UI. XIV. divizije 14
SLO - 3000 Celje
Tel. +386 3 490 83-20
Fax +386 3 490 83-21
pakman@siol.net
Johannesburg
SEW-EURODRIVE (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED
Eurodrive House
Cnr. Adcock Ingram and Aerodrome Roads
Aeroton Ext. 2
Johannesburg 2013
P.O.Box 90004
Bertsham 2013
Tel. +27 11 248-7000
Fax +27 11 494-3104
http://www.sew.co.za
dross@sew.co.za
Portugal
Assembly
Sales
Service
Romania
Sales
Service
Russia
Assembly
Sales
Service
Senegal
Sales
Serbia and Montenegro
Sales
Singapore
Assembly
Sales
Service
Slovakia
Sales
Slovenia
Sales
Service
South Africa
Assembly
Sales
Service
159
Address List
South Africa
Capetown
SEW-EURODRIVE (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED
Rainbow Park
Cnr. Racecourse & Omuramba Road
Montague Gardens
Cape Town
P.O.Box 36556
Chempet 7442
Cape Town
Tel. +27 21 552-9820
Fax +27 21 552-9830
Telex 576 062
dswanepoel@sew.co.za
Durban
SEW-EURODRIVE (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED
2 Monaceo Place
Pinetown
Durban
P.O. Box 10433, Ashwood 3605
Tel. +27 31 700-3451
Fax +27 31 700-3847
dtait@sew.co.za
Bilbao
SEW-EURODRIVE ESPAÑA, S.L.
Parque Tecnológico, Edificio, 302
E-48170 Zamudio (Vizcaya)
Tel. +34 9 4431 84-70
Fax +34 9 4431 84-71
http://www.sew-eurodrive.es
sew.spain@sew-eurodrive.es
Jönköping
SEW-EURODRIVE AB
Gnejsvägen 6-8
S-55303 Jönköping
Box 3100 S-55003 Jönköping
Tel. +46 36 3442-00
Fax +46 36 3442-80
http://www.sew-eurodrive.se
info@sew-eurodrive.se
Basel
Alfred lmhof A.G.
Jurastrasse 10
CH-4142 Münchenstein bei Basel
Tel. +41 61 417 1717
Fax +41 61 417 1700
http://www.imhof-sew.ch
info@imhof-sew.ch
Chon Buri
SEW-EURODRIVE (Thailand) Ltd.
Bangpakong Industrial Park 2
700/456, Moo.7, Tambol Donhuaroh
Muang District
Chon Buri 20000
Tel. +66 38 454281
Fax +66 38 454288
sewthailand@sew-eurodrive.com
Tunis
T. M.S. Technic Marketing Service
7, rue Ibn EI Heithem
Z.I. SMMT
2014 Mégrine Erriadh
Tel. +216 1 4340-64 + 1 4320-29
Fax +216 1 4329-76
tms@tms.com.tn
Istanbul
SEW-EURODRIVE
Hareket Sistemleri San. ve Tic. Ltd. Sti.
Bagdat Cad. Koruma Cikmazi No. 3
TR-34846 Maltepe ISTANBUL
Tel. +90 216 4419163 / 164 3838014/15
Fax +90 216 3055867
sew@sew-eurodrive.com.tr
Dnepropetrovsk
SEW-EURODRIVE
Str. Rabochaja 23-B, Office 409
49008 Dnepropetrovsk
Tel. +380 56 370 3211
Fax +380 56 372 2078
http://www.sew-eurodrive.ua
sew@sew-eurodrive.ua
Greenville
SEW-EURODRIVE INC.
1295 Old Spartanburg Highway
P.O. Box 518
Lyman, S.C. 29365
Tel. +1 864 439-7537
Fax Sales +1 864 439-7830
Fax Manuf. +1 864 439-9948
Fax Ass. +1 864 439-0566
Telex 805 550
http://www.seweurodrive.com
cslyman@seweurodrive.com
Spain
Assembly
Sales
Service
Sweden
Assembly
Sales
Service
Switzerland
Assembly
Sales
Service
Thailand
Assembly
Sales
Service
Tunisia
Sales
Turkey
Assembly
Sales
Service
Ukraine
Sales
Service
USA
Production
Assembly
Sales
Service
160
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USA
Assembly
Sales
Service
San Francisco
SEW-EURODRIVE INC.
30599 San Antonio St.
Hayward, California 94544-7101
Tel. +1 510 487-3560
Fax +1 510 487-6381
cshayward@seweurodrive.com
Philadelphia/PA
SEW-EURODRIVE INC.
Pureland Ind. Complex
2107 High Hill Road, P.O. Box 481
Bridgeport, New Jersey 08014
Tel. +1 856 467-2277
Fax +1 856 845-3179
csbridgeport@seweurodrive.com
Dayton
SEW-EURODRIVE INC.
2001 West Main Street
Troy, Ohio 45373
Tel. +1 937 335-0036
Fax +1 937 440-3799
cstroy@seweurodrive.com
Dallas
SEW-EURODRIVE INC.
3950 Platinum Way
Dallas, Texas 75237
Tel. +1 214 330-4824
Fax +1 214 330-4724
csdallas@seweurodrive.com
Additional addresses for service in the USA provided on request!
Venezuela
Assembly
Sales
Service
Valencia
SEW-EURODRIVE Venezuela S.A.
Av. Norte Sur No. 3, Galpon 84-319
Zona Industrial Municipal Norte
Valencia, Estado Carabobo
Tel. +58 241 832-9804
Fax +58 241 838-6275
http://www.sew-eurodrive.com.ve
sewventas@cantv.net
sewfinanzas@cantv.net
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