Servo motor Motor manual - Industrial Automation and Control

Servo motor Motor manual - Industrial Automation and Control
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Servo motor
Motor manual
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products contained herein. This documentation is not intended as a
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Table of contents
Table of contents
Table of contents
3
Safety Information
5
Hazard categories
5
Please note
6
Qualification of personnel
6
Intended use
6
Product Related Information
7
Terminology Derived from Standards
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3
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About the book
13
Introduction
15
1.1
Motor family
15
1.2
Options and accessories
15
1.3
Nameplate
16
1.4
Type code
19
Technical Data
21
2.1
General characteristics
21
2.2
Motor-specific data
2.2.1
BMH070
2.2.2
BMH100
2.2.3
BMH140
2.2.4
BMH190
2.2.5
BMH205
25
25
27
29
31
32
2.3
Dimensions
34
2.4
Shaft-specific data
2.4.1
Force for pressing on
2.4.2
Shaft load
40
40
41
2.5
Options
2.5.1
Encoder
2.5.2
Holding brake
2.5.3
Fan (BMH1904∙∙∙∙∙B only)
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44
46
46
2.6
Conditions for UL 1004-1, UL 1004-6 and CSA 22.2 No. 100
46
2.7
Certifications
47
2.8
Declaration of conformity
48
Installation
49
3.1
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3.2
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
51
3.3
Before mounting
54
3.4
Mounting the motor
3.4.1
Installation and connection of IP67 kit (accessory)
60
63
3.5
Electrical installation
3.5.1
Connectors and connector assignments
3.5.2
Power and encoder connection
3.5.3
Holding brake connection
65
65
70
77
3.6
Mounting and connecting the fan (BMH1904∙∙∙∙∙B only)
78
4
Commissioning
81
5
Diagnostics and troubleshooting
85
5.1
Mechanical problems
85
5.2
Electrical problems
85
6
7
Accessories and spare parts
87
6.1
IP67 Kit
87
6.2
Connectors
87
6.3
Motor cables
6.3.1
Motor cables 1.5 mm2
6.3.2
Motor cables 2.5 mm2
6.3.3
Motor cables 4 mm2
6.3.4
Motor cables 6 mm2
6.3.5
Motor cables 10 mm2
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89
90
91
92
6.4
Encoder cables
93
Service, maintenance and disposal
95
7.1
Service address
95
7.2
Maintenance
95
7.3
Replacing the motor
98
7.4
Shipping, storage, disposal
99
Glossary
Terms and Abbreviations
101
101
103
Index
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Table of figures
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Safety Information
Safety Information
Read these instructions carefully, and look at the equipment to
become familiar with the device before trying to install, operate, service, or maintain it. The following special messages may appear
throughout this documentation or on the equipment to warn of potential hazards or to call attention to information that clarifies or simplifies
a procedure.
The addition of this symbol to a DANGER safety label indicates that an electrical hazard exists, which will result in
personal injury if the instructions are not followed.
This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to
potential personal injury hazards. Obey all safety instructions that follow this symbol to avoid possible injury or
death.
Hazard categories
Safety instructions to the user are highlighted by safety alert symbols
in the manual. In addition, labels with symbols and/or instructions are
attached to the product that alert you to potential hazards.
Four hazard categories exist depending on the criticality and nature of
the hazard.
DANGER
DANGER indicates a hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, will
result in death or serious injury.
WARNING
WARNING indicates a hazardous situation, which, if not avoided,
could result in death, serious injury, or equipment damage.
CAUTION
CAUTION indicates a hazardous situation, which, if not avoided,
could result in injury or equipment damage.
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NOTICE
NOTICE indicates a hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, can
result in equipment damage.
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Please note
Electrical equipment should be installed, operated, serviced, and
maintained only by qualified personnel. No responsibility is assumed
by Schneider Electric for any consequences arising out of the use of
this material.
A qualified person is one who has skills and knowledge related to the
construction and operation of electrical equipment and its installation,
and has received safety training to recognize and avoid the hazards
involved.
Qualification of personnel
Only appropriately trained persons who are familiar with and understand the contents of this manual and all other pertinent product documentation are authorized to work on and with this product.
In addition, these persons must have received safety training to recognize and avoid the hazards involved.
The qualified person must be able to detect possible hazards that may
arise from parameterization, modifying parameter values and generally from mechanical, electrical, or electronic equipment.
The qualified person must be familiar with the standards, provisions,
and regulations for the prevention of industrial accidents, which they
must observe when designing and implementing the system.
Intended use
This product is a motor and intended for industrial use according to
the present manual.
The product may only be used in compliance with all applicable safety
regulations and directives, the specified requirements and the technical data.
Prior to using the product, you must perform a risk assessment in view
of the planned application. Based on the results, the appropriate
safety measures must be implemented.
Since the product is used as a component in an overall system, you
must ensure the safety of persons by means of the design of this
overall system.
Any use other than the use explicitly permitted is prohibited and can
result in hazards.
Electrical equipment should be installed, operated, serviced, and
maintained only by qualified personnel.
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Operate the product only with the specified cables and accessories.
Use only genuine accessories and spare parts.
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Safety Information
Product Related Information
The use and application of the information contained herein require
expertise in the design and programming of automated control systems.
Only you, the user, machine builder or integrator, can be aware of all
the conditions and factors present during installation and setup, operation, repair and maintenance of the machine or process.
You must also consider any applicable standards and/or regulations
with respect to grounding of all equipment. Verify compliance with any
safety information, different electrical requirements, and normative
standards that apply to your machine or process in the use of this
equipment.
Many components of the equipment, including the printed circuit
board, operate with mains voltage, or present transformed high currents, and/or high voltages.
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The motor itself generates voltage when the motor shaft is rotated.
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DANGER
HAZARD DUE TO ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION OR ARC FLASH
•
Before performing work on the drive system:
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Disconnect all power from all equipment including connected
devices prior to removing any covers or doors, or installing or
removing any accessories, hardware, cables, or wires.
- Place a "Do Not Turn On" or equivalent hazard label on all
power switches.
- Lock all power switches in the open (non-energized) position.
- Wait 15 minutes to allow the DC bus capacitors to discharge.
- Measure the voltage on the DC bus with a properly rated voltage sensing device as per the instructions in the present
document and verify that the voltage is less than 42.4 Vdc.
- Do not assume that the DC bus is voltage-free when the DC
bus LED is off.
Do not touch any connectors, contacts, terminals, unshielded
components or printed circuit boards while, or if you suspect that,
the equipment is under power.
Use only electrically insulated tools.
Block the motor shaft to prevent rotation prior to performing any
type of work on the drive system.
Insulate both ends of unused conductors of the motor cable to
help prevent AC voltage from coupling to unused conductors in
the motor cable.
Do not create a short-circuit across the DC bus terminals or the
DC bus capacitors.
Replace and secure all covers, accessories, hardware, cables,
and wires and confirm that a proper ground connection exists
before applying power to the unit.
Use only the specified voltage when operating this equipment and
any associated products.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
This equipment has been designed to operate outside of any hazardous location. Only install this equipment in zones known to be free of
a hazardous atmosphere.
DANGER
POTENTIAL FOR EXPLOSION
Install and use this equipment in non-hazardous locations only.
NOTE: See the product manual of the servo drive for additional important safety information.
If the power stage is disabled unintentionally, for example as a result
of power outage, errors or functions, the motor is no longer decelerated in a controlled way. Overload, errors or incorrect use may cause
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Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
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the holding brake to no longer operate properly and may result in premature wear.
WARNING
UNINTENDED EQUIPMENT OPERATION
•
•
•
•
Verify that movements without braking effect cannot cause injuries or equipment damage.
Verify the function of the holding brake at regular intervals.
Do not use the holding brake as a service brake.
Do not use the holding brake for safety-related purposes.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious
injury, or equipment damage.
WARNING
LOSS OF CONTROL
•
•
•
•
•
The designer of any control scheme must consider the potential
failure modes of control paths and, for certain critical control functions, provide a means to achieve a safe state during and after a
path failure. Examples of critical control functions are emergency
stop and overtravel stop, power outage and restart.
Separate or redundant control paths must be provided for critical
control functions.
System control paths may include communication links. Consideration must be given to the implications of unanticipated transmission delays or failures of the link.
Observe all accident prevention regulations and local safety
guidelines. 1)
Each implementation of this equipment must be individually and
thoroughly tested for proper operation before being placed into
service.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious
injury, or equipment damage.
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1) For additional information, refer to NEMA ICS 1.1 (latest edition), “Safety Guidelines
for the Application, Installation, and Maintenance of Solid State Control” and to
NEMA ICS 7.1 (latest edition), “Safety Standards for Construction and Guide for
Selection, Installation and Operation of Adjustable-Speed Drive Systems” or their
equivalent governing your particular location.
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Terminology Derived from Standards
The technical terms, terminology, symbols and the corresponding
descriptions in this manual, or that appear in or on the products themselves, are generally derived from the terms or definitions of international standards.
In the area of functional safety systems, drives and general automation, this may include, but is not limited to, terms such as "safety",
"safety function", "safe state", "fault", "fault reset", "malfunction", "failure", "error", "error message", "dangerous", etc.
Among others, these standards include:
Standard
Description
EN 61131-2:2007
Programmable controllers, part 2: Equipment requirements and tests.
ISO 13849-1:2008
Safety of machinery: Safety related parts of control systems.
General principles for design.
EN 61496-1:2013
Safety of machinery: Electro-sensitive protective equipment.
Part 1: General requirements and tests.
ISO 12100:2010
Safety of machinery - General principles for design - Risk assessment and risk reduction
EN 60204-1:2006
Safety of machinery - Electrical equipment of machines - Part 1: General requirements
EN 1088:2008
Safety of machinery - Interlocking devices associated with guards - Principles for design
and selection
ISO 14119:2013
ISO 13850:2006
Safety of machinery - Emergency stop - Principles for design
EN/IEC 62061:2005
Safety of machinery - Functional safety of safety-related electrical, electronic, and electronic programmable control systems
IEC 61508-1:2010
Functional safety of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic safety-related systems:
General requirements.
IEC 61508-2:2010
Functional safety of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic safety-related systems:
Requirements for electrical/electronic/programmable electronic safety-related systems.
IEC 61508-3:2010
Functional safety of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic safety-related systems:
Software requirements.
IEC 61784-3:2008
Digital data communication for measurement and control: Functional safety field buses.
2006/42/EC
Machinery Directive
2004/108/EC
Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive
2006/95/EC
Low Voltage Directive
Standard
Description
IEC 60034 series
Rotating electrical machines
IEC 61800 series
Adjustable speed electrical power drive systems
IEC 61158 series
Digital data communications for measurement and control – Fieldbus for use in industrial
control systems
Finally, the term "zone of operation" may be used in conjunction with
the description of specific hazards, and is defined as it is for a "hazard
zone" or "danger zone" in the Machinery Directive (2006/42/EC) and
ISO 12100:2010.
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In addition, terms used in the present document may tangentially be
used as they are derived from other standards such as:
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NOTE: The aforementioned standards may or may not apply to the
specific products cited in the present documentation. For more information concerning the individual standards applicable to the products
described herein, see the characteristics tables for those product references.
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About the book
About the book
This manual is valid for BMH standard products. Chapter
"1 Introduction" lists the type code for this product. The type code
allows you to identify whether your product is a standard product or a
customized version.
Source manuals
The latest versions of the manuals can be downloaded from the Internet at:
http://www.schneider-electric.com
Work steps
If work steps must be performed consecutively, this sequence of steps
is represented as follows:
■
▶
◁
▶
Special prerequisites for the following work steps
Step 1
Specific response to this work step
Step 2
If a response to a work step is indicated, this allows you to verify that
the work step has been performed correctly.
Unless otherwise stated, the individual steps must be performed in the
specified sequence.
Making work easier
Information on making work easier is highlighted by this symbol:
Sections highlighted this way provide supplementary information on
making work easier.
SI units
Technical data are specified in SI units. Converted units are shown in
parentheses behind the SI unit; they may be rounded.
Example:
Minimum conductor cross section: 1.5 mm2 (AWG 14)
Glossary
List of keywords with references to the corresponding page numbers.
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Index
Explanations of special technical terms and abbreviations.
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About the book
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1 Introduction
1
Introduction
1.1
Motor family
The motors are AC synchronous servo motors with a very high power
density. A drive system consists of the AC synchronous servo motor
and the appropriate drive. Maximum performance requires the motor
and drive to be adapted to each other.
Characteristics
The AC synchronous servo motors feature:
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•
1.2
High power density: the use of the latest magnetic materials and
an optimized design result in motors with a shorter length at a comparable torque.
High peak torque: the peak torque can be up to four times the continuous stall torque
Options and accessories
The motors are available with various options such as:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Various encoder systems
Holding brake
Various shaft versions
Various degrees of protection
Various lengths
Various sizes
Various winding versions
Various connection versions
Fan cooling
The options can be found in the type code section on page 19.
For accessories see chapter "6 Accessories and spare parts", page
87.
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Gearboxes adapted to the motor can be found in the Lexium 32 product catalog.
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1 Introduction
1.3
Nameplate
The nameplate contains the following data:
BMH070 and BMH100
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
BMH000000000000
C
US
ID-No 0000000000000 3~ Th-CI F IP50(65)
ThermoUN
000 Vrms Ubr 00Vdc Mbr 00Nm Pbr 00W
dd.mm.yyyy
Imax
0.00 Arms DOM QD
0000000000
nmax
0000 rpm SN
I0
0.00 Arms
M0
0.00 Nm IEC 60034-1
PN
0.00 kW Made in Germany
nN
0000 rpm
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Figure 1: Nameplate BMH070 and BMH100
Motor type, see type code
Identification number
Maximum nominal value of supply voltage
Maximum Current
Maximum speed of rotation
Continuous stall current
Continuous stall torque
Nominal power
Nominal speed of rotation
Number of motor phases
Thermal class
Degree of protection (housing without shaft bushing)
Temperature sensor
Holding brake data
Date of manufacture
Serial number
Applied standard
Country of manufacture, site
Barcode
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(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
(16)
(17)
(18)
(19)
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BMH140 and BMH190
11
12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
BMH000000000000
ID-No
UN
Imax
nmax
I0
M0
PN
nN
13
C
3~ Th-CI F
0000000000000
000 Vrms
Ubr 00 V
0.00 Arms
Mass 00kg
0000 rpm
0.00 Arms
0.00 Nm FanOption
0.00
kW Ufan 00 VDC
0000 rpm Pfan 00
W
14
US
IP50(65)
Pbr 00 W
DOM QD
SN
Thermo
Mbr 00 Nm
dd.mm.yyyy
0000000000
IEC 60034-1
Made in Germany
15
16
17
18
19
20
9
21
10
Figure 2: Nameplate BMH140 and BMH190
Motor type, see type code
Identification number
Maximum nominal value of supply voltage
Maximum Current
Maximum speed of rotation
Continuous stall current
Continuous stall torque
Nominal power
Nominal speed of rotation
Fan data (BMH1904∙∙∙∙∙B only)
Number of motor phases
Thermal class
Degree of protection (housing without shaft bushing)
Temperature sensor
Holding brake data
Date of manufacture
Serial number
Mass of the motor
Applied standard
Country of manufacture, site
Barcode
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(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
(16)
(17)
(18)
(19)
(20)
(21)
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BMH205
BMH000000000000
1
11
4
5
6
7
8
9
Made in Germany
2
3
10
M0 0.00
I0
0.00
nN 0000
000
UN
PN 0.00
Th-CI F
Nm
Arms
rpm
Vrms
kW
BL03
0.00 Arms
Imax
nmax 0000 rpm
IP 50 (IP65)
Thermo PTC
0000000000
SN
DOM QD dd.mm.yyyy
RS
12
13
14
Ubr
Pbr
Mbr
0 Vdc
0W
0 Nm
15
16
17
C
US
Figure 3: Nameplate BMH205
Motor type, see type code
Continuous stall torque
Continuous stall current
Nominal speed of rotation
Maximum nominal value of supply voltage
Nominal power
Thermal class
Barcode
Country of manufacture, site
Maximum Current
Serial number
Date of manufacture
Hardware version
Maximum speed of rotation
Degree of protection (housing without shaft bushing)
Holding brake data
Temperature sensor
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(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
(16)
(17)
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1 Introduction
Type code
BMH
070
1
P
0
1
A
1
A
Product family
BMH: Synchronous motor - medium moment of inertia
Size (housing)
070 = 70 mm flange
100 = 100 mm flange
140 = 140 mm flange
190 = 190 mm flange
205 = 205 mm flange
Length
1 = 1 stack
2 = 2 stacks
3 = 3 stacks
4 = 4 stacks
Winding
P = Optimized in terms of torque and speed of rotation
T = Optimized in terms of high speed of rotation
Shaft and degree of protection
0 = Smooth shaft; degree of protection: shaft IP54 1), housing IP65
1 = Parallel key; degree of protection: shaft IP 54 1), housing IP 65
2 = Smooth shaft; degree of protection: shaft and housing IP65 1) 2)
3 = Parallel key; degree of protection: shaft and housing IP 65 1) 2)
Encoder system
1 = Absolute singleturn 128 Sin/Cos periods per revolution (SKS36)
2 = Absolute multiturn 128 Sin/Cos periods per revolution (SKM36)
6 = Absolute singleturn 16 Sin/Cos periods per revolution (SEK37)
7 = Absolute multiturn 16 Sin/Cos periods per revolution (SEL37)
Holding brake
A = Without holding brake
F = With holding brake
Connection version
1 = Straight connector
2 = Angular connector 90°, can be rotated
Mechanical interface - mounting
A = International IEC Standard
B = International IEC standard and fan cooling
1) In the case of mounting position IM V3 (drive shaft vertical, shaft end up), the motor only has degree of protection IP50.
2) The maximum permissible speed of rotation is limited to 6000 rpm by the shaft sealing ring. Separate accessories allow you to
obtain degree of protection IP67. See chapter "6 Accessories and spare parts".
If you have questions concerning the type code, contact your
Schneider Electric sales office.
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Designation customized version
In the case of a customized version, position 8 of the type code is an
"S". The subsequent number defines the customized version. Example: B∙∙∙∙∙∙S1234
Contact your machine vendor if you have questions concerning customized versions.
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2 Technical Data
Technical Data
This chapter contains information on the ambient conditions and on
the mechanical and electrical properties of the product family and the
accessories.
2.1
General characteristics
Motor type
AC synchronous servo motor
Number of pairs of poles
5
Degree of protection motor housing
IP65
As per IEC 60034-5
Degree of protection shaft bushing
without shaft sealing ring
IP54 )
As per IEC 60034-5
Degree of protection shaft bushing
with shaft sealing ring
IP65 1) 2)
As per IEC 60034-5
Degree of protection with IP67 kit
IP67 )
As per IEC 60034-5
Degree of protection with fan
IP20
As per IEC 60034-5
Thermal class
F (155 C°)
As per IEC 60034-1
Vibration grade
A
As per IEC 60034-14
Test voltage
> 2400 Vac
As per IEC 60034-1
Maximum permissible winding voltage BMH∙∙∙∙T 240 Vac
BMH∙∙∙∙P 480 Vac
Maximum voltage to ground
280 Vac
Perpendicularity
normal class
Housing color
Black RAL 9005
Overvoltage category
III
As per IEC 61800-5-1
I
As per IEC 61140, EN 50178
Protection
class 3)
As per IEC 60072-1, DIN 42955
1) With shaft sealing ring: the maximum speed of rotation is limited to 6000 rpm; shaft sealing ring with initial lubrication, if the seal
runs dry, this increases friction and reduces service life.
2) In the case of mounting position IM V3 (drive shaft vertical, shaft end up), the motor only has degree of protection IP50. The degree
of protection only relates to the motor itself, not to mounted components such as, for example, a gearbox.
3) The signals of the holding brake at CN1 and the signals at CN2 meet the PELV requirements.
Compatibility with foreign substances
The motor has been tested for compatibility with many known substances and with the latest available knowledge. Nonetheless, you
must perform a compatibility test prior to using a foreign substance.
Climatic environmental conditions
transportation and storage
The environment during transportation and storage must be dry and
free from dust.
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The storage time is primarily limited by the service life of the lubricants
in the bearings. Do not store the product for more than 36 months and
periodically operate the motor.
If the holding brake is not used for an extended period of time, parts of
the holding brake may corrode. Corrosion reduces the holding torque.
See "Inspecting/breaking in the holding brake" in chapter
"7 Service, maintenance and disposal".
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2 Technical Data
Temperature
°C
(°F)
-40 ... 70
(-40 ... 158)
Relative humidity (non-condensing)
%
≤75
Set of class combinations as per
IEC 60721-3-2
Climatic environmental conditions
operation
Ambient temperature 1) 2) (no
icing, non-condensing)
IE 21
°C
(°F)
Ambient temperature with current °C
derating of 1% per °C (per 1.8 °F) (°F)
-20 ... 40
(-4 ... 104)
40 ... 60
(104 ... 140)
1) 2)
Relative humidity (non-condensing)
%
Class as per IEC 60721-3-3
Installation
altitude 3)
5 ... 85
3K3, 3Z12, 3Z2, 3B2, 3C1, 3M6
m
(ft)
Installation altitude with current
m
reduction of 1% per 100 m (328 ft) (ft)
at altitudes of more than 1000 m
(3281 ft) 3)
<1000
(<3281)
1000 ... 3000
(3281 ... 9843)
1) Limit values with flanged motor (steel plate, height and width = 2.5 * motor flange,
10 mm (0.39 in) thickness, centered hole).
2) BMH1904∙∙∙∙∙B: The fan, which is delivered with the motor, is required for operation. For more information, refer to chapter
"3.6 Mounting and connecting the fan (BMH1904∙∙∙∙∙B only)".
3) The installation altitude is defined in terms of altitude above mean sea level.
Vibration and shock
BMH070 ... 190
Type test with 10 runs as per
IEC 60068-2-6
0.15 mm (10 ... 60 Hz)
20 m/s2 (60 ... 500 Hz)
Shock, semi-sinusoidal
Type test with 3 shocks in each direction
as per IEC 60068-2-27
150 m/s2 (11 ms)
Vibration, sinusoidal
Type test with 10 runs as per
IEC 60068-2-6
0.35 mm (10 ... 60 Hz)
50 m/s2 (60 ... 150 Hz)
Shock, semi-sinusoidal
Type test with 3 shocks in each direction
as per IEC 60068-2-27
200 m/s2 (6 ms)
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Vibration and shock BMH205
Vibration, sinusoidal
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Servo motor
BMH
2 Technical Data
Service life
Nominal bearing service life L10h 1) h
20000
1) Operating hours at a probability of failure of 10%
The service life of the motors when operated correctly is limited primarily by the service life of the rolling bearing.
The following operating conditions significantly reduce the service life:
•
•
•
•
•
Shaft sealing ring / degree of protection
Installation altitude >1000 m (3281 ft) above mean sea level
Rotary movements exclusively within a fixed angle of <100°
Operation under vibration load >20 m/s2
Allowing sealing rings to run dry
Contact of the seals with aggressive substances
The motors can be equipped with an optional shaft sealing ring. With
a shaft sealing ring, they have degree of protection IP65. The shaft
sealing ring limits the maximum speed of rotation to 6000 rpm.
Note the following:
•
•
Compressed air connection
The shaft sealing ring is factory-pre-lubricated.
If the seals run dry, this increases friction and greatly reduces the
service life of the sealing rings.
The compressed air generates a permanent overpressure inside the
motor. This overpressure inside the motor is used to obtain degree of
protection IP67.
Compressed air must also be available when the system is switched
off, for example to maintain the required degree of protection during
cleaning work. When the compressed air is switched off, the degree of
protection is decreased to IP65. The degree of protection only relates
to the motor itself, not to mounted components such as, for example,
a gearbox.
Special compressed air must be used:
Nominal pressure
bar
(psi)
0.1 ... 0.3
(1.45 ... 4.35)
Maximum air pressure
bar
(psi)
0.4
(5.8)
Permissible humidity
%
20 ... 30
Free from dust, free from oil
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Other properties of the compressed air
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BMH
2 Technical Data
Tightening torque and property
class of screws used
Tightening torque of housing screws M3
Nm (lb∙in)
1 (8.85)
Tightening torque of housing screws M4
Nm (lb∙in)
1.5 (13.28)
Tightening torque of housing screws M5
Nm (lb∙in)
5 (44.3)
Tightening torque protective ground conductor M4
(BMH070 ... 140)
Nm (lb∙in)
2.9 (25.7)
Tightening torque protective ground conductor M6
(BMH190)
Nm (lb∙in)
6 (53.1)
Tightening torque protective ground conductor M6
(BMH205)
Nm (lb∙in)
9.9 (87.3)
Property class of the screws
You may use drives that are approved for the BMH motor family (for
example, LXM32). When selecting, consider the type and amount of
the mains voltage. Inquire for additional drives that can be used to
operate BMH motors. Note that the BMH motor does not have a conventional temperature sensor.
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Approved drives
8.8
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Servo motor
BMH
2 Technical Data
2.2
Motor-specific data
2.2.1
BMH070
BMH...
0701
0702
0703
Winding
P
T
P
T
P
T
Technical data - general
Continuous stall torque M0 1) 2)
Nm
(lb⋅in)
1.40
(12.39)
1.40
(12.39)
2.48
(21.95)
2.48
(21.95)
3.40
(30.09)
3.40
(30.09)
Peak torque Mmax
Nm
(lb⋅in)
4.20
(37.17)
4.20
(37.17)
7.44
(65.85)
7.44
(65.85)
10.20
(90.28)
10.20
(90.28)
Nominal speed of rotation nN
rpm
1250
2500
1250
2500
1250
2000
Nominal torque MN
Nm
(lb⋅in)
1.38
(12.21)
1.35
(11.95)
2.37
(20.98)
2.27
(20.09)
3.18
(28.15)
3.05
(26.99)
Nominal current IN
Arms
1.75
2.75
2.82
4.92
3.56
4.98
Nominal power PN
kW
0.18
0.35
0.31
0.59
0.42
0.64
Nominal speed of rotation nN
rpm
3000
5000
3000
5000
2500
4000
Nominal torque MN
Nm
(lb⋅in)
1.34
(11.86)
1.31
(11.59)
2.23
(19.74)
2.06
(18.23)
2.96
(26.20)
2.70
(23.90)
Nominal current IN
Arms
1.75
2.76
2.70
4.46
3.47
4.41
kW
0.42
0.68
0.70
1.08
0.75
1.13
With supply voltage Un = 115 Vac 1)
With supply voltage Un = 230 Vac 1)
Nominal power PN
With supply voltage Un = 400
Vac 1)
Nominal speed of rotation nN
rpm
5500
-
5500
-
5000
-
Nominal torque MN
Nm
(lb⋅in)
1.30
(11.51)
-
2.01
(17.79)
-
2.53
(22.39)
-
Nominal current IN
Arms
1.65
-
2.39
-
2.91
-
kW
0.75
-
1.16
-
1.32
-
Nominal speed of rotation nN
rpm
7000
-
7000
-
6500
-
Nominal torque MN
Nm
(lb⋅in)
1.27
(11.24)
-
1.89
(16.73)
-
2.26
(20.00)
-
Nominal current IN
Arms
1.70
-
2.36
-
2.74
-
Nominal power PN
kW
0.93
-
1.38
-
1.54
-
Nominal power PN
With supply voltage Un = 480
Vac 1)
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1) Conditions for performance data: Mounted to steel plate (2.5 * flange dimension)2 area, 10 mm (0.39 in) thickness, centered hole.
2) M0 = Continuous stall torque at 20 rpm and 100% duty cycle; at speeds of rotation of < 20 rpm the continuous stall torque is reduced
to 87%.
Servo motor
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BMH
2 Technical Data
BMH...
0701
0702
0703
Winding
P
T
P
T
P
T
Technical data - electrical
Maximum current Imax
Arms
5.97
9.56
9.65
17.64
12.57
17.84
Continuous stall current I0
Arms
1.78
2.85
2.94
5.38
3.91
5.55
kEu-v 1)
Vrms
48.5
30.3
51.7
28.3
53.4
37.6
kt 2)
Nm/A
0.79
0.49
0.84
0.46
0.87
0.61
Winding resistance R20u-v
Ω
8.61
3.47
3.79
1.15
2.54
1.24
Winding inductance Lqu-v
mH
20.70
8.09
11.78
3.52
8.35
4.14
Winding inductance Ldu-v
mH
20.70
8.09
11.78
3.52
8.35
4.14
Maximum speed of rotation nmax
rpm
8000
8000
8000
8000
8000
8000
Rotor inertia without holding brake JM
kgcm2
0.59
0.59
1.13
1.13
1.67
1.67
Rotor inertia with holding brake JM
kgcm2
0.70
0.70
1.24
1.24
1.78
1.78
Mass without holding brake m
kg
1.60
1.60
2.30
2.30
3.00
3.00
Mass with holding brake m
kg
2.60
2.60
3.30
3.30
4.00
4.00
Voltage constant
Torque constant
Technical data - mechanical
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1) RMS value at 1000 rpm and 20 °C (68 °F).
2) At n = 20 rpm and 100% duty cycle.
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Servo motor
BMH
2.2.2
2 Technical Data
BMH100
BMH...
1001
1002
1003
Winding
P
T
P
T
P
T
Technical data - general
Continuous stall torque M0 1) 2)
Nm
(lb⋅in)
3.40
(30.09)
3.40
(30.09)
6.0
(53.10)
6.1
(53.99)
9.0
(79.66)
7.5
(66.38)
Peak torque Mmax
Nm
(lb⋅in)
10.20
(90.28)
10.20
(90.28)
18.00
(159.31)
18.30
(161.97)
27.00
(238.97)
25.50
(225.69)
Nominal speed of rotation nN
rpm
1000
1750
1000
1750
1000
1500
Nominal torque MN
Nm
(lb⋅in)
3.30
(29.21)
3.20
(28.32)
5.67
(50.18)
5.75
(50.89)
8.45
(74.79)
7.88
(69.74)
Nominal current IN
Arms
3.07
4.85
4.81
8.26
7.30
9.40
kW
0.35
0.58
0.59
1.05
0.88
1.24
Nominal speed of rotation nN
rpm
2000
4000
2000
3500
2500
3000
Nominal torque MN
Nm
(lb⋅in)
3.20
(28.32)
2.90
(25.67)
5.33
(47.17)
4.80
(42.48)
7.63
(67.53)
7.25
(64.17)
Nominal current IN
Arms
2.99
4.50
4.58
7.00
6.70
8.80
Nominal power PN
kW
0.67
1.20
1.12
1.76
2.00
2.28
Nominal speed of rotation nN
rpm
4000
-
4000
-
4000
-
Nominal torque MN
Nm
(lb⋅in)
3.00
(26.55)
-
4.67
(41.33)
-
6.00
(53.10)
-
Nominal current IN
Arms
2.83
-
4.10
-
5.30
-
kW
1.26
-
1.95
-
2.50
-
Nominal speed of rotation nN
rpm
5000
-
5000
-
5000
-
Nominal torque MN
Nm
(lb⋅in)
2.90
(25.67)
-
4.20
(37.17)
-
4.78
(42.31)
-
Nominal current IN
Arms
2.75
-
3.73
-
4.30
-
Nominal power PN
kW
1.52
-
2.27
-
2.50
-
With supply voltage Un = 115 Vac 1)
Nominal power PN
With supply voltage Un = 230
Vac 1)
With supply voltage Un = 400 Vac 1)
Nominal power PN
With supply voltage Un = 480
Vac 1)
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1) Conditions for performance data: Mounted to steel plate, 300 mm (11.8 in) * 300 mm (11.8 in) area, 20 mm (0.79 in) thickness, centered hole.
2) M0 = Continuous stall torque at 20 rpm and 100% duty cycle; at speeds of rotation of < 20 rpm the continuous stall torque is reduced
to 87%.
Servo motor
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BMH
2 Technical Data
BMH...
1001
1002
1003
Winding
P
T
P
T
P
T
Technical data - electrical
Maximum current Imax
Arms
11.20
18.20
17.50
30.00
26.71
34.70
Continuous stall current I0
Arms
3.15
5.11
5.04
8.65
7.69
8.80
kEu-v 1)
Vrms
70.30
43.00
78.00
46.10
77.95
56.00
kt 2)
Nm/A
1.09
0.67
1.19
0.71
1.17
0.85
Winding resistance R20u-v
Ω
4.12
1.58
1.97
0.68
1.08
0.61
Winding inductance Lqu-v
mH
14.90
5.44
8.24
2.84
5.23
2.71
Winding inductance Ldu-v
mH
13.15
4.78
7.35
2.52
4.62
2.40
Maximum speed of rotation nmax
rpm
6000
6000
6000
6000
6000
6000
Rotor inertia without holding brake JM
kgcm2
3.19
3.19
6.28
6.28
9.37
9.37
Rotor inertia with holding brake JM
kgcm2
3.68
3.68
6.77
6.77
10.30
10.30
Mass without holding brake m
kg
3.34
3.34
4.92
4.92
6.50
6.50
Mass with holding brake m
kg
4.80
4.80
6.38
6.38
8.15
8.15
Voltage constant
Torque constant
Technical data - mechanical
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1) RMS value at 1000 rpm and 20 °C (68 °F).
2) At n = 20 rpm and 100% duty cycle.
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Servo motor
BMH
2.2.3
2 Technical Data
BMH140
BMH...
1401
1402
1403
Winding
P
P
P
Technical data - general
Continuous stall torque M0 1) 2)
Nm
(lb⋅in)
10.0
(88.51)
16.8
(148.7)
22.5
(199.1)
Peak torque Mmax
Nm
(lb⋅in)
30.00
(265.5)
50.40
(446.1)
72.00
(637.3)
Nominal speed of rotation nN
rpm
1000
1000
750
Nominal torque MN
Nm
(lb⋅in)
9.08
(80.36)
14.90
(131.9)
21.50
(190.3)
Nominal current IN
Arms
8.04
12.35
15.70
kW
0.95
1.56
1.69
Nominal speed of rotation nN
rpm
2000
2000
1750
Nominal torque MN
Nm
(lb⋅in)
8.30
(73.46)
13.10
(115.9)
18.12
(160.4)
Nominal current IN
Arms
7.48
11.09
13.51
Nominal power PN
kW
1.74
2.73
3.32
Nominal speed of rotation nN
rpm
3500
3000
3000
Nominal torque MN
Nm
(lb⋅in)
7.14
(63.19)
11.30
(100.0)
13.92
(123.2)
Nominal current IN
Arms
6.62
9.77
10.65
Nominal power PN
kW
2.62
3.55
4.37
With supply voltage Un = 115 Vac 1)
Nominal power PN
With supply voltage Un = 230
Vac 1)
With supply voltage Un = 400 Vac or Un = 480 Vac 1)
0198441113749, V2.1, 03.2016
1) Conditions for performance data: Mounted to steel plate, 400 mm (15.7 in) * 400 mm (15.7 in) area, 10 mm (0.39 in) thickness,
centered hole.
2) M0 = Continuous stall torque at 20 rpm and 100% duty cycle; at speeds of rotation of < 20 rpm the continuous stall torque is reduced
to 87%.
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BMH
2 Technical Data
BMH...
1401
1402
1403
Winding
P
P
P
Technical data - electrical
Maximum current Imax
Arms
29.80
46.20
57.66
Continuous stall current I0
Arms
8.60
13.55
16.20
kEu-v 1)
Vrms
75.60
82.50
92.50
kt 2)
Nm/A
1.15
1.23
1.39
Winding resistance R20u-v
Ω
0.86
042
0.32
Winding inductance Lqu-v
mH
9.32
5.20
4.33
Winding inductance Ldu-v
mH
8.11
4.56
3.87
Maximum speed of rotation nmax
rpm
4000
4000
4000
Rotor inertia without holding brake JM
kgcm2
16.46
32.00
47.54
Rotor inertia with holding brake JM
kgcm2
17.96
33.50
50.27
Mass without holding brake m
kg
8.00
12.00
16.00
Mass with holding brake m
kg
10.30
14.30
18.53
Voltage constant
Torque constant
Technical data - mechanical
0198441113749, V2.1, 03.2016
1) RMS value at 1000 rpm and 20 °C (68 °F).
2) At n = 20 rpm and 100% duty cycle.
30
Servo motor
BMH
2.2.4
2 Technical Data
BMH190
BMH...
1901
1902
1903
1904∙∙∙∙∙A
1904∙∙∙∙∙B
Winding
P
P
P
P
P
Technical data - general
Continuous stall torque M0 1) 2)
Nm
(lb⋅in)
30.0
(265.5)
48.0
(424.8)
65.0
(575.3)
100
(885.1)
100
(885.1)
Peak torque Mmax
Nm
(lb⋅in)
90
(796.6)
144
(1275)
195
(1726)
230
(2036)
230
(2036)
With supply voltage Un = 400 Vac or Un = 480 Vac 1)
Nominal speed of rotation nN
rpm
3000
2000
2000
2000
2000
Nominal torque MN
Nm
(lb⋅in)
16.50
(146.0)
29.00
(256.7)
37.00
(327.5)
46.80
(414.2)
76.40
(676.2)
Nominal current IN
Arms
14.00
19.30
21.30
19.60
32.00
Nominal power PN
kW
5.18
6.07
7.75
9.80
16.00
1) Conditions for performance data: Mounted to steel plate, 550 mm (21.7 in) * 550 mm (21.7 in) area, 30 mm (1.18 in) thickness,
centered hole.
2) M0 = Continuous stall torque at 20 rpm and 100% duty cycle; at speeds of rotation of < 20 rpm the continuous stall torque is reduced
to 87%.
BMH...
1901
1902
1903
1904∙∙∙∙∙A
1904∙∙∙∙∙B
Winding
P
P
P
P
P
Technical data - electrical
Maximum current Imax
Arms
89.6
114.0
124.5
100.0
100.0
Continuous stall current I0
Arms
23.2
30.8
36.1
40.0
40.0
Voltage constant kEu-v 1)
Vrms
87.6
108.3
129.2
168.0
168.0
Torque constant kt 2)
Nm/A
1.30
1.56
1.80
2.50
2.50
Winding resistance R20u-v
Ω
0.24
0.15
0.13
0.16
0.16
Winding inductance Lqu-v
mH
5.48
3.86
3.62
4.74
4.74
Winding inductance Ldu-v
mH
5.23
3.73
3.43
4.51
4.51
rpm
4000
4000
3500
3000
3000
Rotor inertia without holding brake JM kgcm2
67.7
130.1
194.1
276.7
276.7
Rotor inertia with holding brake JM
kgcm2
71.8
144.8
208.8
298.2
298.2
Mass without holding brake m
kg
19
31
43
55.8
57.4
Mass with holding brake m
kg
20.5
32.5
44.5
62.6
64.2
Technical data - mechanical
Maximum speed of rotation nmax
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1) RMS value at 1000 rpm and 20 °C (68 °F).
2) At n = 20 rpm and 100% duty cycle.
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BMH
2 Technical Data
2.2.5
BMH205
BMH...
2051
2052
2053
Winding
P
P
P
Technical data - general
Continuous stall torque M0 1) 2)
Nm
(lb⋅in)
34.4
(304.5)
62.5
(553.2)
88
(778.9)
Peak torque Mmax
Nm
(lb⋅in)
110
(973.6)
220
(1947)
330
(2921)
Nominal speed of rotation nN
rpm
750
500
500
Nominal torque MN
Nm
(lb⋅in)
31.4
(277.9)
57.9
(512.5)
80.2
(709.8)
Nominal current IN
Arms
19.6
22.4
30.8
kW
2.47
3.03
4.20
Nominal speed of rotation nN
rpm
1500
1000
1000
Nominal torque MN
Nm
(lb⋅in)
28.2
(249.6)
51.7
(457.6)
70.4
(623.1)
Nominal current IN
Arms
17.6
20.0
26.4
Nominal power PN
kW
4.43
5.41
7.38
Nominal speed of rotation nN
rpm
3000
2000
2000
Nominal torque MN
Nm
(lb⋅in)
21.0
(185.9)
34.0
(300.9)
45.0
(398.3)
Nominal current IN
Arms
13.1
13.2
17.9
kW
6.60
7.12
9.40
Nominal speed of rotation nN
rpm
3600
2400
2000
Nominal torque MN
Nm
(lb⋅in)
17.9
(158.4)
24.9
(220.4)
45.0
(398.3)
Nominal current IN
Arms
11.2
9.7
17.9
Nominal power PN
kW
6.75
6.26
9.40
With supply voltage Un = 115 Vac 1)
Nominal power PN
With supply voltage Un = 230
Vac 1)
With supply voltage Un = 400 Vac 1)
Nominal power PN
With supply voltage Un = 480
Vac 1)
0198441113749, V2.1, 03.2016
1) Conditions for performance data: Mounted to steel plate (2.5 * flange dimension)2 area, 10 mm (0.39 in) thickness, centered hole.
2) M0 = Continuous stall torque at 20 rpm and 100% duty cycle; at speeds of rotation of < 20 rpm the continuous stall torque is reduced
to 87%.
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BMH
2 Technical Data
BMH...
2051
2052
2053
Winding
P
P
P
Technical data - electrical
Maximum current Imax
Arms
78.1
96.8
136.1
Continuous stall current I0
Arms
21.5
24.2
31.8
Voltage constant
kEu-v 1)
Vrms
104
161
172
Torque constant
kt 2)
Nm/A
1.6
2.58
2.76
Winding resistance R20u-v
Ω
0.3
0.3
0.2
Winding inductance Lqu-v
mH
5.9
5.6
4.3
Winding inductance Ldu-v
mH
5.6
5.2
4.0
Maximum speed of rotation nmax
rpm
3800
3800
3800
Rotor inertia without holding brake JM
kgcm2
71.4
129
190
Rotor inertia with holding brake JM
kgcm2
87.4
145
206
Mass without holding brake m
kg
33
44
67
Mass with holding brake m
kg
37.9
48.9
70.6
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BMH
2 Technical Data
2.3
Dimensions
Dimensions BMH070
29.5
1.16
M4x8
Ø82
Ø3.32
70
2.76
39.5
1.56
L
2.5
0.1
B
8.5
0.33
±1
DIN 6885 A
17.5
0.69
A
A
ØT
F
G
E
H
A-A
O
N
60°
90°
180°
180°
DIN 332-D
B
D h9
Ø
Ø2 75
.95
Ø60 j6
Ø2.362 j6
22
ØC k6
0.
109.5
4.31
5.
5
ØC k6
39.5
1.56
22.4
0.88
22.5
0.89
P
Q
ØS
mm
in
BMH...
0701
0702
0703
L
Length without holding brake
mm (in)
122 (4.80)
154 (6.06)
186 (7.32)
L
Length with holding brake
mm (in)
161(6.34)
193 (7.60)
225 (8.86)
B
Shaft length
mm (in)
23 (0.91)
23 (0.91)
30 (1.18)
C
Shaft diameter
mm (in)
11 (0.433)
11 (0.433)
14 (0.551)
D
Width of parallel key
mm (in)
4 (0.157)
4 (0.157)
5 (0.197)
E
Shaft width with parallel key
mm (in)
12.5 (0.49)
12.5 (0.49)
16 (0.63)
F
Length of parallel key
mm (in)
18 (0.71)
18 (0.71)
20 (0.79)
G
Distance parallel key to shaft end
mm (in)
2.5 (0.10)
2.5 (0.10)
5 (0.20)
H
Parallel key
DIN 6885-A4x4x18 DIN 6885-A4x4x18 DIN 6885-A4x4x20
Female thread of shaft
M4
M4
M5
N
mm (in)
2.1 (0.08)
2.1 (0.08)
2.4 (0.09)
O
mm (in)
3.2 (0.13)
3.2 (0.13)
4 (0.16)
P
mm (in)
10 (0.39)
10 (0.39)
12.5 (0.49)
Q
mm (in)
14 (0.55)
14 (0.55)
17 (0.67)
S
mm (in)
4.3 (0.17)
4.3 (0.17)
5.3 (0.21)
T
mm (in)
3.3 (0.13)
3.3 (0.13)
4.2 (0.17)
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Figure 4: Dimensions BMH070
BMH
2 Technical Data
Dimensions BMH100
28.5
1.12
ØC k6
L ±1
3.5
0.14
B
39.5
1.56
DIN 6885 A
A
11.5
0.45
A
ØT
F
G
E
H
A-A
O
N
60°
90°
180°
180°
DIN 332-D
B
D h9
100
3.94
12
0.47
ØC k6
139.5
5.49
5
Ø11 3
5
.
4
Ø
Ø95 j6
Ø3.740 j6
M4x10
Ø9
5
Ø0.3
P
Q
ØS
39.5
1.56
32
1.26
22.4
0.88
mm
in
Figure 5: Dimensions BMH100
BMH...
1001
1002
1003
L
Length without holding brake
mm (in)
128.6 (5.06)
160.6 (6.32)
192.6 (7.58)
L
Length with holding brake
mm (in)
170.3 (6.7)
202.3 (7.96)
234.3 (9.22)
B
Shaft length
mm (in)
40 (1.57)
40 (1.57)
40 (1.57)
C
Shaft diameter
mm (in)
19 (0.748)
19 (0.748)
19 (0.748)
D
Width of parallel key
mm (in)
6 (0.236)
6 (0.236)
6 (0.236)
E
Shaft width with parallel key
mm (in)
21.5 (0.85)
21.5 (0.85)
21.5 (0.85)
F
Length of parallel key
mm (in)
30 (1.18)
30 (1.18)
30 (1.18)
G
Distance parallel key to shaft end
mm (in)
5 (0.2)
5 (0.2)
5 (0.2)
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Parallel key
DIN 6885-A6x6x30 DIN 6885-A6x6x30 DIN 6885-A6x6x30
Female thread of shaft
M6
M6
M6
N
mm (in)
2.8 (0.11)
2.8 (0.11)
2.8 (0.11)
O
mm (in)
5 (0.2)
5 (0.2)
5 (0.2)
P
mm (in)
16 (0.63)
16 (0.63)
16 (0.63)
Q
mm (in)
21 (0.83)
21 (0.83)
21 (0.83)
S
mm (in)
6.4 (0.25)
6.4 (0.25)
6.4 (0.25)
T
mm (in)
5 (0.2)
5 (0.2)
5 (0.2)
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2 Technical Data
BMH
Dimensions BMH140
M4x10
L ±1
3.5
0.14
B
39.5
1.56
DIN 6885 A
A
14
A
F
G
E
H
A-A
O
N
60°
90°
ØT
180°
180°
DIN 332-D
B
ØC k6
140
5.51
12
0.47
P
Q
ØS
179.5
7.07
5
Ø16
.
6
Ø 5
Ø130 j6
Ø5.118 j6
ØC k6
Ø11
3
Ø0.4
D h9
39.5
1.56
26
1.02
22.4
0.88
42
1.65
mm
in
BMH...
1401
1402
1403
L
Length without holding brake
mm (in)
152 (5.98)
192 (7.56)
232 (9.13)
L
Length with holding brake
mm (in)
187 (7.36)
227 (8.94)
267 (10.51)
B
Shaft length
mm (in)
50 (1.97)
50 (1.97)
50 (1.97)
C
Shaft diameter
mm (in)
24 (0.945)
24 (0.945)
24 (0.945)
D
Width of parallel key
mm (in)
8 (0.315)
8 (0.315)
8 (0.315)
E
Shaft width with parallel key
mm (in)
27 (1.06)
27 (1.06)
27 (1.06)
F
Length of parallel key
mm (in)
40 (1.57)
40 (1.57)
40 (1.57)
G
Distance parallel key to shaft end
mm (in)
5 (0.2)
5 (0.2)
5 (0.2)
H
Parallel key
DIN 6885-A8x7x40 DIN 6885-A8x7x40 DIN 6885-A8x7x40
Female thread of shaft
M8
M8
M8
N
mm (in)
3.3 (0.13)
3.3 (0.13)
3.3 (0.13)
O
mm (in)
6 (0.24)
6 (0.24)
6 (0.24)
P
mm (in)
19( 0.75)
19( 0.75)
19( 0.75)
Q
mm (in)
25 (0.98)
25 (0.98)
25 (0.98)
S
mm (in)
8.4 (0.33)
8.4 (0.33)
8.4 (0.33)
T
mm (in)
6.8 (0.27)
6.8 (0.27)
6.8 (0.27)
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Figure 6: Dimensions BMH140
BMH
2 Technical Data
Dimensions BMH190∙∙∙∙∙∙A
10
0.39
39.4
1.55
17
0.67
ØC k6
20
0°
11
4
0.16
B
13
0.51
L
0°
DIN 6885 A
A
ØT
F
G
E
H
A-A
O
N
P
Q
ØS
60°
90°
°
90
DIN 332-D
90
°
A
B
D h9
32
1.26
190
7.48
ØC k6
72
2.83
262
10.31
Ø14 5
5
Ø0.
5
Ø21 6
4
Ø8.
≤13.5
0.53
9
0.35
M6
X
Ø180 j6
Ø7.087 j6
mm
in
Figure 7: Dimensions BMH190∙∙∙∙∙∙A
BMH...
1901
1902
1903
1904∙∙∙∙∙A
L
Length without holding brake
mm (in)
190 (7.48)
250 (9.84)
310 (12.2)
383 (15.08)
L
Length with holding brake
mm (in)
248 (9.76)
308 (12.13)
368 (14.49)
456 (17.95)
X
Length without holding brake
mm (in)
65 (2.56)
65 (2.56)
65 (2.56)
65 (2.56)
X
Length with holding brake
mm (in)
123 (4.84)
123 (4.84)
123 (4.84)
123 (4.84)
B
Shaft length
mm (in)
80 (3.15)
80 (3.15)
80 (3.15)
80 (3.15)
C
Shaft diameter
mm (in)
38 (1.496)
38 (1.496)
38 (1.496)
38 (1.496)
D
Width of parallel key
mm (in)
10 (0.394)
10 (0.394)
10 (0.394)
10 (0.394)
E
Shaft width with parallel key
mm (in)
41 (1.61)
41 (1.61)
41 (1.61)
41 (1.61)
F
Length of parallel key
mm (in)
70 (2.76)
70 (2.76)
70 (2.76)
70 (2.76)
G
Distance parallel key to shaft end
mm (in)
5 (0.2)
5 (0.2)
5 (0.2)
5 (0.2)
Parallel key
DIN 6885A10x8x70
DIN 6885A10x8x70
DIN 6885A10x8x70
DIN 6885A10x8x70
Female thread of shaft
M12
M12
M12
M12
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H
N
mm (in)
4.4 (0.17)
4.4 (0.17)
4.4 (0.17)
4.4 (0.17)
O
mm (in)
9.5 (0.37)
9.5 (0.37)
9.5 (0.37)
9.5 (0.37)
P
mm (in)
28 (1.1)
28 (1.1)
28 (1.1)
28 (1.1)
Q
mm (in)
37 (1.46)
37 (1.46)
37 (1.46)
37 (1.46)
S
mm (in)
13 (0.51)
13 (0.51)
13 (0.51)
13 (0.51)
T
mm (in)
10.2 (0.4)
10.2 (0.4)
10.2 (0.4)
10.2 (0.4)
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2 Technical Data
BMH
Dimensions BMH1904∙∙∙∙∙B
10
0.39
ØC k6
190
7.48
205
8.07
13
0.51
L
4
0.16
B
DIN 6885 A
A
A
F
G
E
H
A-A
O
N
P
Q
ØS
60°
90°
ØT
DIN 332-D
B
ØC k6
262
10.31
Ø14
Ø0.55
Ø215
Ø8.46
D h9
4.5
0.18
72
2.83
≤13.5
0.53
9
0.35
M6
X
Ø180 j6
Ø7.087 j6
mm
in
Figure 8: Dimensions BMH1904∙∙∙∙∙B
BMH...
1904∙∙∙∙∙B
L
Length without holding brake
mm (in)
449.5 (17.70)
L
Length with holding brake
mm (in)
523 (20.59)
X
Length without holding brake
mm (in)
135 (5.31)
X
Length with holding brake
mm (in)
193.5 (7.62)
B
Shaft length
mm (in)
80 (3.15)
C
Shaft diameter
mm (in)
38 (1.496)
D
Width of parallel key
mm (in)
10 (0.398)
E
Shaft width with parallel key
mm (in)
41 (1.61)
F
Length of parallel key
mm (in)
70 (2.76)
G
Distance parallel key to shaft end
mm (in)
5 (0.2)
Parallel key
38
Female thread of shaft
M12
N
mm (in)
4.4 (0.17)
O
mm (in)
9.5 (0.37)
P
mm (in)
28 (1.1)
Q
mm (in)
37 (1.46)
S
mm (in)
13 (0.51)
T
mm (in)
10.2 (0.4)
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H
DIN 6885A10x8x70
BMH
2 Technical Data
46
1.81
M6
34
1.34
Ø Ck6
4
0.16
B
DIN 6885 A
A
A
F
G
E
H
A-A
O
N
60°
90°
270°
ØT
270°
DIN 332-D
B
ØC k6
L ±1
39.4
1.55
60
2.36
205
8.07
17
0.67
P
Q
ØS
259
10.20
Ø14
5
Ø0.5
5
Ø21
6
.
8
Ø 4
D h9
78
3.07
Ø180 j6
Ø7.087 j6
54
2.13
22.4
0.88
42
1.65
mm
in
18
0.71
Dimensions BMH205
Figure 9: Dimensions BMH205
BMH...
2051
2052
2053
L
Length without holding brake
mm (in)
321 (12.64)
405 (15.94)
489 (19.25)
L
Length with holding brake
mm (in)
370.5 (14.57)
454.5 (17.89)
538.5 (21.20)
B
Shaft length
mm (in)
80 (3.15)
80 (3.15)
80 (3.15)
C
Shaft diameter
mm (in)
38 (1.496)
38 (1.496)
38 (1.496)
D
Width of parallel key
mm (in)
10 (0.398)
10 (0.398)
10 (0.398)
E
Shaft width with parallel key
mm (in)
41 (1.61)
41 (1.61)
41 (1.61)
F
Length of parallel key
mm (in)
70 (2.76)
70 (2.76)
70 (2.76)
G
Distance parallel key to shaft end
mm (in)
5 (0.2)
5 (0.2)
5 (0.2)
Parallel key
DIN 6885A10x8x70
DIN 6885A10x8x70
DIN 6885A10x8x70
Female thread of shaft
M12
M12
M12
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H
N
mm (in)
4.4 (0.17)
4.4 (0.17)
4.4 (0.17)
O
mm (in)
9.5 (0.37)
9.5 (0.37)
9.5 (0.37)
P
mm (in)
28 (1.1)
28 (1.1)
28 (1.1)
Q
mm (in)
37 (1.46)
37 (1.46)
37 (1.46)
S
mm (in)
13 (0.51)
13 (0.51)
13 (0.51)
T
mm (in)
10.2 (0.4)
10.2 (0.4)
10.2 (0.4)
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2 Technical Data
BMH
2.4
Shaft-specific data
2.4.1
Force for pressing on
If the maximum permissible forces at the motor shaft are exceeded,
this will result in premature wear of the bearing or shaft breakage.
WARNING
UNINTENDED EQUIPMENT OPERATION DUE TO MECHANICAL DAMAGE TO THE MOTOR
•
•
•
Do not exceed the maximum permissible axial and radial forces
at the motor shaft.
Protect the motor shaft from impact.
Do not exceed the maximum permissible axial force when pressing components onto the motor shaft.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious
injury, or equipment damage.
Maximum force during pressing on
The force applied during pressing on must not exceed the maximum
permissible axial force, see chapter "2.4.2 Shaft load". Applying
assembly paste to the shaft and the component to be mounted
reduces friction and mechanical impact on the surfaces.
If the shaft has a thread, use it to press on the component to be
mounted. This way there is no axial force acting on the rolling bearing.
It is also possible to shrink-fit, clamp or glue the component to be
mounted.
The following table shows the maximum permissible axial force FA at
standstill.
BMH...
N
(lb)
070
100
140
190
205
80
(18)
160
(36)
300
(65)
500
(112)
740
(165)
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force FA at
standstill
40
Servo motor
BMH
2.4.2
2 Technical Data
Shaft load
The following conditions apply:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
The permissible force applied during pressing on must not be
exceed.
Radial and axial limit loads must not be applied simultaneously
Nominal bearing service life in operating hours at a probability of
failure of 10% (L10h = 20000 hours)
Mean speed of rotation n = 4000 rpm
Ambient temperature = 40 °C (104 °F)
Peak torque = Duty types S3 - S8, 10% duty cycle
Nominal torque = Duty type S1, 100% duty cycle
FR
FA
X
Figure 10: Shaft load
The point of application of the forces depends on the motor size:
Motor version
Values for "X"
mm (in)
11.5 (0.45)
BMH0703
mm (in)
15 (0.59)
BMH100
mm (in)
20 (0.76)
BMH140
mm (in)
25 (0.98)
BMH190
mm (in)
40 (1.57)
BMH205
mm (in)
40 (1.57)
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2 Technical Data
BMH
The following table shows the maximum radial shaft load FR.
BMH...
0701
0702
0703
1001
1002
1003
1401
1402
1403
1000 rpm
N
(lb)
660
(148)
710
(160)
730
(164)
900
(202)
990
(223)
1050
(236)
1930
(434)
2240
(544)
2420
(544)
2000 rpm
N
(lb)
520
(117)
560
(126)
580
(130)
720
(162)
790
(178)
830
(187)
1530
(344)
1780
(400)
1920
(432)
3000 rpm
N
(lb)
460
(103)
490
(110)
510
(115)
630
(142)
690
(155)
730
(164)
1340
(301)
1550
(348)
1670
(375)
4000 rpm
N
(lb)
410
(92)
450
(101)
460
(103)
570
(128)
620
(139)
660
(148)
-
-
-
5000 rpm
N
(lb)
380
(85)
410
(92)
430
(97)
530
(119)
580
(130)
610
(137)
-
-
-
6000 rpm
N
(lb)
360
(81)
390
(88)
400
(90)
-
-
-
-
-
-
BMH...
1901
1902
1903
1904
2051
2052
2053
1000 rpm
N
(lb)
2900
(652)
3200
(719)
3300
(742)
3800
(854)
3730
(839)
4200
(944)
4500
(1012)
2000 rpm
N
(lb)
2750
(618)
3100
(697)
3250
(731)
3700
(832)
2960
(665)
3330
(749)
3570
(803)
3000 rpm
N
(lb)
2650
(596)
3000
(674)
3150
(708)
3600
(809)
2580
(580)
2910
(654)
3120
(701)
4000 rpm
N
(lb)
2600
(585)
2950
(663)
3100
(697)
3500
(787)
-
-
-
BMH...
0701
0702
0703
1001
1002
1003
1401
1402
1403
1000 rpm
N
(lb)
132
(30)
142
(32)
146
(33)
180
(40)
198
(45)
210
(47)
386
(87)
448
(109)
484
(109)
2000 rpm
N
(lb)
104
(23)
112
(25)
116
(26)
144
(32)
158
(36)
166
(37)
306
(69)
356
(86)
384
(86)
3000 rpm
N
(lb)
92
(21)
98
(22)
102
(23)
126
(28)
138
(31)
146
(33)
268
(60)
310
(75)
334
(75)
4000 rpm
N
(lb)
82
(18)
90
(20)
92
(21)
114
(26)
124
(28)
132
(30)
-
-
-
5000 rpm
N
(lb)
76
(17)
82
(18)
86
(19)
106
(24)
116
(26)
122
(27)
-
-
-
6000 rpm
N
(lb)
72
(16)
78
(18)
80
(18)
-
-
-
-
-
-
BMH...
1901
1902
1903
1904
2051
2052
2053
1000 rpm
N
(lb)
580
(130)
640
(144)
660
(148)
760
(171)
746
840
900
2000 rpm
N
(lb)
550
(124)
620
(139)
650
(146)
740
(166)
592
666
714
3000 rpm
N
(lb)
530
(119)
600
(135)
630
(142)
720
(162)
516
582
624
4000 rpm
N
(lb)
520
(117)
590
(133)
620
(139)
700
(157)
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-
-
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The following table shows the maximum axial shaft load FA.
BMH
2 Technical Data
If the maximum permissible forces at the motor shaft are exceeded,
this will result in premature wear of the bearing or shaft breakage.
WARNING
UNINTENDED EQUIPMENT OPERATION DUE TO MECHANICAL DAMAGE TO THE MOTOR
•
•
•
Do not exceed the maximum permissible axial and radial forces
at the motor shaft.
Protect the motor shaft from impact.
Do not exceed the maximum permissible axial force when pressing components onto the motor shaft.
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2.5
Options
2.5.1
Encoder
BMH
The motors are equipped with a SinCos encoder. The drive can
access the electronic nameplate via the Hiperface interface for commissioning.
The signals meet the PELV requirements.
SKS36 Singleturn
This motor encoder measures an absolute value within one revolution
at start-up and continues to count incrementally from this point.
Resolution in increments
Depending on evaluation
Resolution per revolution
128 sin/cos periods
Measuring range absolute
1 revolution
Accuracy of the digital absolute
value 1)
±0.0889°
Accuracy of the incremental posi- ±0.0222°
tion
Signal shape
Sinusoidal
Supply voltage
7 ... 12 Vdc
Maximum supply current
60 mA (without load)
Maximum angular acceleration
200,000 rad/s2
1) Depending on the evaluation through the drive, the accuracy may be increased by
including the incremental position in the calculation of the absolute value. In this
case, the accuracy corresponds to the incremental position.
SKM36 Multiturn
This motor encoder measures an absolute value within 4096 revolutions at start-up and continues to count incrementally from this point.
Resolution in increments
Depending on evaluation
Resolution per revolution
128 sin/cos periods
Measuring range absolute
4096 revolutions
Accuracy of the digital absolute
value 1)
±0.0889°
Accuracy of the incremental posi- ±0.0222°
tion
Signal shape
Sinusoidal
Supply voltage
7 ... 12 Vdc
Maximum supply current
60 mA (without load)
Maximum angular acceleration
200,000 rad/s2
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including the incremental position in the calculation of the absolute value. In this
case, the accuracy corresponds to the incremental position.
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SEK37 Singleturn
Resolution in increments
Depending on evaluation
Resolution per revolution
16 sin/cos periods
Measuring range absolute
1 revolution
Accuracy of position
± 0.08°
Signal shape
Sinusoidal
Supply voltage
7 ... 12 Vdc
Maximum supply current
50 mA (without load)
This motor encoder measures an absolute value within 4096 revolutions at start-up and continues to count incrementally from this point.
Resolution in increments
Depending on evaluation
Resolution per revolution
16 sin/cos periods
Measuring range absolute
4096 revolutions
Accuracy of position
± 0.08°
Signal shape
Sinusoidal
Supply voltage
7 ... 12 Vdc
Maximum supply current
50 mA (without load)
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SEL37 Multiturn
This motor encoder measures an absolute value within one revolution
at start-up and continues to count incrementally from this point.
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2.5.2
BMH
Holding brake
BMH...
070
1001,
1002
1003
1401,
1402
1403
1901
1902,
1903
1904,
205
Holding torque 1)
Nm
3.0
(lb⋅in) (26.55)
5.5
(48.68)
9
(79.66)
18
(159.3)
23
(203.6)
32
(283.2)
60
(531.0)
80
(708.1)
Holding brake release time
ms
80
70
90
100
100
200
220
200
Holding brake application time
ms
17
30
40
52
60
60
50
50
Nominal voltage
Vdc
24 +5/-15%
Nominal power
(electrical pull-in power)
W
7
Maximum speed of rotation during rpm
braking of moving loads
3000
Maximum number of decelerations during braking of moving
loads and 3000 rpm
500
Maximum number of decelerations during braking of moving
loads per hour (at even distribution)
20
Maximum kinetic energy that can
be transformed into heat per
deceleration during braking of
moving loads
J
130
24
+6/-10%
12
18
18
19
23
25
40
150
150
550
550
850
850
21000
1) The holding brake is broken-in at the factory. If the holding brake is not used for an extended period of time, parts of the holding
brake may corrode. Corrosion reduces the holding torque. See "Inspecting/breaking in the holding brake" in chapter
"7 Service, maintenance and disposal".
For a description of the controller, see chapter
"3.5.3 Holding brake connection".
Fan (BMH1904∙∙∙∙∙B only)
BMH...
2.6
Vdc
24
Nominal voltage range
Vdc
16 ... 30
Input current
A
1.4
Input power
W
34
Nominal speed of rotation
rpm
4400
Sound pressure level
dB(A)
56
Conditions for UL 1004-1, UL 1004-6 and CSA 22.2 No. 100
PELV power supply
Wiring
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1904∙∙∙∙∙B
Nominal voltage
Use only power supply units that are approved for overvoltage category III.
Use at least 60/75 °C (140/167 °F) copper conductors.
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2.7
2 Technical Data
Certifications
Product certifications:
Assigned number
UL
File E208613
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Certified by
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BMH
Declaration of conformity
The declaration of conformity can be downloaded from the Internet at:
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3 Installation
Installation
DANGER
ELECTRIC SHOCK CAUSED BY INSUFFICIENT GROUNDING
•
•
•
•
•
Verify compliance with all local and national electrical code
requirements as well as all other applicable regulations with
respect to grounding of the entire drive system.
Ground the drive system before applying voltage.
Do not use conduits as protective ground conductors; use a protective ground conductor inside the conduit.
The cross section of the protective ground conductor must comply with the applicable standards.
Do not consider cable shields to be protective ground conductors.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
DANGER
ELECTRIC SHOCK OR UNINTENDED EQUIPMENT OPERATION
•
•
Keep foreign objects from getting into the product.
Verify the correct seating of seals and cable entries in order to
avoid contamination such as deposits and humidity.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
Motors are very heavy relative to their size. The great mass of the
motor can cause injuries and damage.
WARNING
HEAVY AND/OR FALLING PARTS
•
•
•
Use a suitable crane or other suitable lifting gear for mounting the
motor if this is required by the weight of the motor.
Use the necessary personal protective equipment (for example,
protective shoes, protective glasses and protective gloves).
Mount the motor so that it cannot come loose (use of securing
screws with appropriate tightening torque), especially in cases of
fast acceleration or continuous vibration.
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Motors can generate strong local electrical and magnetic fields. This
can cause interference in sensitive devices.
WARNING
ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS
•
•
Keep persons with electronic medical implants, such as pacemakers, away from the motor.
Do not place electromagnetically sensitive devices in the vicinity
of the motor.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious
injury, or equipment damage.
The metal surfaces of the product may exceed 70 °C (158 °F) during
operation.
WARNING
HOT SURFACES
•
•
•
Avoid unprotected contact with hot surfaces.
Do not allow flammable or heat-sensitive parts in the immediate
vicinity of hot surfaces.
Verify that the heat dissipation is sufficient by performing a test
run under maximum load conditions.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious
injury, or equipment damage.
CAUTION
IMPROPER APPLICATION OF FORCES
•
•
•
Do not use the motor as a step to climb into or onto the machine.
Do not use the motor as a load-bearing part.
Use hazard labels and guards on your machine to help prevent
the improper application of forces on the motor.
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3.1
3.2
3 Installation
Overview of procedure
Chapter
Page
"3.2 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)"
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"3.3 Before mounting"
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"3.4 Mounting the motor "
60
"3.5 Electrical installation"
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Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
The measures for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) are intended to
minimize electromagnetic interference of the device and interference
caused by the device that affects the environment. Such measures
include measures to reduce interference and emission as well as to
increase immunity.
Electromagnetic compatibility hinges to a great extent on the individual components used in the system. The EMC measures described in
this manual may help to comply with the requirements of IEC 61800-3.
You must comply with all EMC regulations of the country in which the
product is operated. Also, respect any special EMC regulations that
may apply at the installation site (for example, residential environments or airports).
Signal interference can cause unexpected responses of the drive system and of other equipment in the vicinity of the drive system.
WARNING
SIGNAL AND EQUIPMENT INTERFERENCE
•
•
•
Install the wiring in accordance with the EMC requirements
described in the present document.
Verify compliance with the EMC requirements described in the
present document.
Verify compliance with all EMC regulations and requirements
applicable in the country in which the product is to be operated
and with all EMC regulations and requirements applicable at the
installation site.
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Motor and encoder cables
In terms of EMC, motor cables are especially critical since they are
particularly prone to causing interference.
When planning the wiring, take into account the fact that the motor
cable must be routed separately. The motor cable must be separate
from mains cables or signal cables (for example, limit switches). Use
only pre-assembled cables or cables that comply with the specifications and implement the EMC measures described below.
EMC measures
Effect
Keep cables as short as possible. Do not
install unnecessary cable loops, use short
cables from the central grounding point in
the control cabinet to the external ground
connection.
Reduces capacitive and inductive interference.
Ensure that there is a ground connection
between the motor flange and the mounting
surface on the machine (no paint, oil and
grease or any insulating material between
the motor flange and the mounting surface
on the machine).
Reduces emissions, increases
immunity.
Connect large surface areas of cable
shields, use cable clamps and ground
straps.
Reduces emissions.
Do not install switching elements in motor
cables or encoder cables.
Reduces interference.
Route the motor cable separately from mains Reduces mutual interference
cables and signal cables (for example, for
limit switches), for example by using shielding plates or by keeping the cables apart
from each other at a distance of at least 20
cm (5.08 in).
Route the motor cable and encoder cable
without cutting them. 1)
Reduces emission.
1) If a cable is cut for the installation, take appropriate measures for uninterrupted
shielding (such as a metal housing) at the point of the cut. Connect a large area of
the cable shield to the metal housing at both ends of the cut.
Pre-assembled motor cables with various lengths are available for the
drive solutions. Contact your local sales office.
Pre-assembled connection cables
(accessories)
Using pre-assembled cables helps to reduce the possibility of wiring
errors. See chapter "6 Accessories and spare parts".
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Potential differences can result in excessive currents on the cable
shields. Use equipotential bonding conductors to reduce currents on
the cable shields. The equipotential bonding conductor must be rated
for the maximum current.
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Place the female connector of the motor cable onto the motor connector and tighten the union nut. Proceed in the same manner with the
connection cable of the encoder system. Connect the motor cable and
the encoder cable to the drive according to the wiring diagram of the
drive.
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WARNING
UNINTENDED EQUIPMENT OPERATION
•
•
Ground cable shields for all fast I/O, analog I/O, and communication signals at a single point. 1)
Route communications and I/O cables separately from power
cables.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious
injury, or equipment damage.
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1) Multipoint grounding is permissible if connections are made to an equipotential
ground plane dimensioned to help avoid cable shield damage in the event of power
system short-circuit currents.
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3 Installation
3.3
Before mounting
Inspecting the product
▶ Verify the product version by means of the type code on the nameplate. See chapter "1.3 Nameplate" and chapter "1.4 Type code".
▶ Prior to mounting, inspect the product for visible damage.
Damaged products may cause electric shock or unintended equipment operation.
DANGER
ELECTRIC SHOCK OR UNINTENDED EQUIPMENT OPERATION
•
•
Do not use damaged products.
Keep foreign objects (such as chips, screws or wire clippings)
from getting into the product.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
Contact your local Schneider Electric sales office if you detect any
damage whatsoever to the products.
Inspecting the holding brake
(option)
Cleaning the shaft
See chapter "7.2 Maintenance", section
"Inspecting/breaking in the holding brake".
The shaft extensions are factory-treated with an anti-corrosive. If output components are glued to the shaft, the anti-corrosive must be
removed and the shaft cleaned. If required, use a grease removal
agent as specified by the glue manufacturer. If the glue manufacturer
does not provide information on grease removal, acetone may be
used.
▶ Remove the anti-corrosive. Avoid direct contact of the skin and the
sealing material with the anti-corrosive or the cleaning agent.
Mounting surface for flange
The mounting surface must be stable, clean, deburred and low-vibration. Ensure that the mounting surface is itself grounded, and that a
potential exists between the motor flange and the mounting surface.
DANGER
ELECTRIC SHOCK CAUSED BY INSUFFICIENT GROUNDING
•
•
•
•
Verify compliance with all local and national electrical code
requirements as well as all other applicable regulations with
respect to grounding of the entire drive system.
Ground the drive system before applying voltage.
Do not use conduits as protective ground conductors; use a protective ground conductor inside the conduit.
The cross section of the protective ground conductor must comply with the applicable standards.
Do not consider cable shields to be protective ground conductors.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
▶ Verify that the mounting surface meets all requirements in terms of
dimensions and tolerances. See chapter "2.3 Dimensions" for
dimensions.
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BMH
Conductor cross sections according to method of installation
3 Installation
The following sections describe the conductor cross sections for two
methods of installation:
•
Method of installation B2:
•
Cables in conduits or cable trunking systems
Method of installation E:
Cables on open cable trays
Cross section in
mm2 (AWG) 1)
Current-carrying
capacity with method of
installation B2 in A 2)
Current carrying
capacity with method of
installation E in A 2)
0.75 (18)
8.5
10.4
1 (16)
10.1
12.4
1.5 (14)
13.1
16.1
2.5 (12)
17.4
22
4 (10)
23
30
6 (8)
30
37
10 (6)
40
52
16 (4)
54
70
25 (2)
70
88
1) See chapter "6 Accessories and spare parts" for available cables.
2) Values as per IEC 60204-1 for continuous operation, copper conductors and ambient air temperature 40°C (104 °F); see IEC 60204-1 for additional information.
Note the derating factors for grouping of cables and correction factors
for other ambient conditions (IEC 60204-1).
The conductors must have a sufficiently large cross section so that the
upstream fuse can trip.
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Cable specifications
Using pre-assembled cables helps to reduce the possibility of wiring
errors. See chapter "6 Accessories and spare parts".
The genuine accessories have the following properties:
Cables with connectors
VW3M5101
Cable jacket, insulation
PUR orange (RAL 2003), polypropylene (PP)
Capacitance
Wire/wire
Wire/shield
pF/m
pF/m
80
135
VW3M5102
80
150
VW3M5103
90
150
VW3M5105
VW3M5104
85
150
100
160
4 x 6 mm2 +
2 x 1 mm2
4 x 10 mm2 +
2 x 1 mm2
Number of contacts (shielded)
4 x 1.5 mm2 + 4 x 2.5 mm2 + 4 x 4 mm2 +
2 x 1 mm2
2 x 1 mm2
2 x 1 mm2
Connection version
Motor end 8-pin circular connector M23, other cable end
open
Motor end 8-pin circular connector M40, other
cable end open
12 ± 0.2
(0.47 ± 0.01)
16.3 ± 0.3
(0.64 ± 0.01)
Cable diameter
mm
(in)
14.3 ± 0.3
(0.55 ± 0.01)
Minimum bend radius with permanently installed connection
5 times the cable diameter
Minimum bend radius with flexible installation
7.5 times the cable diameter
Nominal voltage
Motor phases
Holding brake
V
Maximum orderable length
m (ft)
Permissible temperature range
during operation with permanently installed connection
°C (°F) -40 ... 80 (-40 ... 176)
Permissible temperature range
during operation with flexible
installation
°C (°F) -20 ... 80 (-4 ... 176)
23.5 ± 0.6
(0.93 ± 0.02)
10 times the cable diameter
600
300
75 (246)
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(0.74 ± 0.02)
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Cables without connectors
VW3M5301
Cable jacket, insulation
PUR orange (RAL 2003), polypropylene (PP)
Capacitance
Wire/wire
Wire/shield
pF/m
pF/m
80
135
VW3M5302
80
150
VW3M5303
90
150
Number of contacts (shielded)
4 x 1.5 mm2 + 4 x 2.5 mm2 + 4 x 4 mm2 +
2 x 1 mm2
2 x 1 mm2
2 x 1 mm2
Connection version
Both cable ends open
Cable diameter
mm
(in)
12 ± 0.2
(0.47 ± 0.01)
14.3 ± 0.3
(0.55 ± 0.01)
Minimum bend radius with permanently installed connection
5 times the cable diameter
Minimum bend radius with flexible installation
7.5 times the cable diameter
Nominal voltage
Motor phases
Holding brake
V
Maximum orderable length
m (ft)
Permissible temperature range
during operation with permanently installed connection
°C (°F) -40 ... 80 (-40 ... 176)
Permissible temperature range
during operation with flexible
installation
°C (°F) -20 ... 80 (-4 ... 176)
16.3 ± 0.3
(0.64 ± 0.01)
VW3M5304
85
150
100
160
4 x 6 mm2 +
2 x 1 mm2
4 x 10 mm2 +
2 x 1 mm2
18.8 ± 0.4
(0.74 ± 0.02)
23.5 ± 0.6
(0.93 ± 0.02)
10 times the cable diameter
100 (328)
CE, c-UR-us, DESINA
Cables with connectors
VW3M8102
Cable jacket, insulation
PUR green (RAL 6018), polypropylene (PP)
pF/m
VW3M5305
600
300
Certifications / declaration of
conformity
Capacitance
Approx. 135 (wire/wire)
Number of contacts (shielded)
[3 x (2 x 0.14 mm2) + (2 x 0.34 mm2)]
Connection version
Motor end 12-pin circular connector M23, device end 10-pin connector RJ45
Cable diameter
mm
(in)
6.8 ± 0.2
(0.27 ± 0.1)
Minimum bend radius
mm
(in)
68
(2.68)
Nominal voltage
V
300
Maximum orderable length
m
(ft)
75
(246)
Permissible temperature range
during operation
fixed:
moving:
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°C (°F) -20 ... 80 (-4 ... 176)
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Cables without connectors
VW3M8222
Cable jacket, insulation
PUR green (RAL 6018), polypropylene (PP)
Capacitance
pF/m
Approx. 135 (wire/wire)
Number of contacts (shielded)
[3 x (2 x 0.14 mm2) + (2 x 0.34 mm2)]
Connection version
Both cable ends open
Cable diameter
mm
(in)
6.8 ± 0.2
(0.27 ± 0.1)
Minimum bend radius
mm
(in)
68
(2.68)
Nominal voltage
V
300
Maximum orderable length
m
(ft)
100
(328)
Permissible temperature range
during operation
fixed:
moving:
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Space for connectors
in
m
R
in
m
R
LC
LM
LS
∅D
∅D
LC
∅d
LM
LR
LS
∅d
LR
Figure 11: Connector installation space
Dimensions
Motor connectors
straight
BMH070 ... 140
Motor connectors
straight
BMH205
Encoder connector
straight
D
mm (in) 28 (1.10)
46 (1.81)
26 (1.02)
LS
mm (in) 76 (2.99)
100 (3.94)
51 (2.01)
LR
mm (in) 117 (4.61)
155 (6.10)
76 (2.99)
LC
mm (in) 100 (3.94)
145 (5.71)
60 (2.36)
LM
mm (in) 40 (1.57)
54 (2.13)
23 (0.91)
Motor connectors
angular
BMH190 ... 205
Encoder connector
angular
Dimensions
Motor connectors
angular
BMH070 ... 140
D
mm (in) 28 (1.10)
46 (1.81)
26 (1.02)
LS
mm (in) 76 (2.99)
100 (3.94)
51 (2.01)
LR
mm (in) 132 (5.20)
191 (7.52)
105 (4.13)
LC
mm (in) 114 (4.49)
170 (6.69)
89 (3.50)
LM
mm (in) 55 (2.17)
91 (3.58)
52 (2.05)
Motor cables
BMH190 ... 205
Encoder cables
Dimensions
Motor cables
BMH070 ... 140
mm (in) 18 (0.71)
25 (0.98)
18 (0.71)
Rmin
mm (in) 90 (3.54)
125 (4.92)
68 (2.68)
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3.4
Mounting the motor
Electrostatic discharge to the shaft may cause incorrect operation of
the encoder system and result in unanticipated motor movements and
damage to the bearing.
WARNING
UNINTENDED MOVEMENT CAUSED BY ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE
Use conductive components such as antistatic belts or other suitable
measures to avoid static charge by motion.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious
injury, or equipment damage.
If the permissible ambient conditions are not respected, external substances from the environment may penetrate the product and cause
unintended movement or equipment damage.
WARNING
UNINTENDED MOVEMENT
•
•
•
•
Verify that the ambient conditions are respected.
Do not allow seals to run dry.
Keep liquids from getting to the shaft bushing (for example, in
mounting position IM V3).
Do not expose the shaft sealing rings and cable entries of the
motor to the direct spray of a pressure washer.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious
injury, or equipment damage.
The metal surfaces of the product may exceed 70 °C (158 °F) during
operation.
WARNING
HOT SURFACES
•
•
•
Avoid unprotected contact with hot surfaces.
Do not allow flammable or heat-sensitive parts in the immediate
vicinity of hot surfaces.
Verify that the heat dissipation is sufficient by performing a test
run under maximum load conditions.
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NOTICE
FORCES APPLIED TO THE REAR SIDE OF THE MOTOR
•
•
•
•
Do not place the motor on the rear side.
Protect the rear side of the motor from impact.
Do not lift motors via the rear side.
Lift motors equipped with eyebolts only via the eyebolts.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in equipment
damage.
Mounting position
The following mounting positions are defined and permissible as per
IEC 60034-7:
IM B5
IM V1
IM V3
Special characteristics BMH190
F
1
Figure 12: BMH190 rear side of motor
(1)
Protect the rear side of the motor from application of forces.
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necessary to use suitable lifting gear.
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BMH1901, BMH1902, BMH1903
BMH1904
Mounting
When the motor is mounted to the mounting surface, it must be accurately aligned axially and radially and make even contact with the
mounting surface. All mounting screws must be tightened with the
specified tightening torque. No uneven mechanical load must be
applied when the mounting screws are tightened. See chapter
"2 Technical Data" for data, dimensions and degrees of protection
(IP).
Mounting output components
Output components such as pulleys and couplings must be mounted
with suitable equipment and tools. Motor and output component must
be accurately aligned both axially and radially. If the motor and the
output component are not accurately aligned, this will cause runout
and premature wear.
The maximum axial and radial forces acting on the shaft must not
exceed the maximum shaft load values specified, see chapter
"2.4.2 Shaft load".
If the maximum permissible forces at the motor shaft are exceeded,
this results in premature wear of the bearing, shaft breakage or damage to the encoder.
WARNING
•
•
•
Do not exceed the maximum permissible axial and radial forces
at the motor shaft.
Protect the motor shaft from impact.
Do not exceed the maximum permissible axial force when pressing components onto the motor shaft.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious
injury, or equipment damage.
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3 Installation
Installation and connection of IP67 kit (accessory)
The IP67 kit is used to connect compressed air to the motor. Degree
of protection IP65 is a prerequisite for the use of the IP67 kit. The
compressed air generates a permanent overpressure inside the
motor. This overpressure inside the motor is used to obtain degree of
protection IP67.
Note the special requirements in terms of the compressed air in chapter "2 Technical Data".
Installation: BMH070, BMH100,
BMH140 and BMH205
When the IP67 kit is installed, the existing cover is replaced by the
cover of the IP67 kit. The O-ring is also replaced (shipped with the
IP67 kit).
Figure 13: Installation IP67 Kit
▶ Loosen the 4 housing screws of the cover.
▶ Remove the cover and the O-ring
▶ Verify proper seat of the O-ring in the cover of the IP67 kit.
To facilitate mounting of the new O-ring, you may slightly grease
the O-ring to hold it in place.
▶ Fasten the cover of the IP67 kit with the 4 housing screws.
Tightening torque of housing screws M3
Nm (lb∙in)
1 (8.85)
Tightening torque of housing screws M4
Nm (lb∙in)
1.5 (13.28)
Tightening torque of housing screws M5
Nm (lb∙in)
5 (44.3)
▶ Verify the tightening torque of the compressed air connection:
Nm (lb∙in)
0.6 (5.31)
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Installation: BMH190
BMH
For installation, the existing screw plug is replaced by an L-shaped
push-in fitting. See page 87 for sources of supply of the L-shaped
push-in fitting.
1
2
3
Figure 14: Installation L-shaped push-in fitting BMH190
▶
▶
▶
▶
(1) and (2): Remove the screw plug.
(3) Screw the L-shaped push-in fitting into the thread.
Verify proper seat of the L-shaped push-in fitting.
Verify the tightening torque of the L-shaped push-in fitting:
Tightening torque L-shaped push-in fitting
Nm (lb∙in)
0.6 (5.31)
The compressed air connection of the L-shaped push-in fitting is
designed for compressed air hoses made of standard plastic with a
nominal diameter of 4 mm.
Compressed air monitoring
Use a compressed air monitor.
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3.5
Electrical installation
3.5.1
Connectors and connector assignments
Connection overview
CN1 CN2
M23
CN1 CN2
M23
M23
CN1 CN2
M23
M23
M23
Figure 15: Connection overview BMH070, BMH100 and BMH140
CN2 CN1
CN1
M23
M40
M40
CN3
CN2
M23
Figure 16: Connection overview BMH1904∙∙∙∙∙A and BMH1904∙∙∙∙∙B
CN1 CN2
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M40
M23
Figure 17: Connection overview BMH205
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CN1 motor connection M23
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Motor connector for connection of the motor phases and the holding
brake.
3 4
3
D
1
A
4
C
D
1
C
B
B
A
Figure 18: Pin assignment motor connection M23
See chapter "6.2 Connectors" for suitable mating connectors.
The signals of the holding brake meet the PELV requirements.
Assignment
Meaning
1
U
Motor phase U
PE
Protective ground conductor
3
W
Motor phase W
4
V
Motor phase V
A
BR+
Supply voltage holding brake 24 Vdc
B
BR-
Reference potential holding brake 0 Vdc
C
Reserved
Reserved
D
Reserved
Reserved
SHLD
Shield (to connector housing)
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CN1 motor connection M40
Motor connector for connection of the motor phases and the holding
brake.
-
V
+
+
U
-
W
W
V
2
1
2
U
1
Figure 19: Pin assignment motor connection M40
See chapter "6.2 Connectors" for suitable mating connectors.
The signals of the holding brake meet the PELV requirements.
Assignment
Meaning
U
U
Motor phase U
PE
Protective ground conductor
W
W
Motor phase W
V
V
Motor phase V
+
BR+
Supply voltage holding brake 24 Vdc
-
BR-
Reference potential holding brake 0 Vdc
1
Reserved
Reserved
2
Reserved
Reserved
SHLD
Shield (to connector housing)
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Pin
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CN2 encoder connection M23
BMH
Encoder connector for connection of the SinCos encoder (singleturn
and multiturn)
1
2
3
9 8
10 12
4
7
11 6
5
Figure 20: Pin assignment encoder connector
See chapter "6.2 Connectors" for suitable mating connectors.
The signals meet the PELV requirements.
Pin
Signal
Meaning
Pair 1)
1
Reserved
Reserved
6
2
Reserved
Reserved
5
3
Reserved
Reserved
5
4
REFSIN_OUT
Reference for sine signal, 2.5 V
1
5
REFCOS_OUT
Reference for cosine signal, 2.5V
2
6
DATA
Receive data, transmit data
3
7
DATA
Receive data and transmit data,
inverted
3
8
SIN_OUT
Sine signal
1
9
COS_OUT
Cosine signal
2
10
ENC+10V
7 ... 12 V supply voltage
6
11
ENC_0V
Reference
12
Reserved
Reserved
SHLD
Shield (to connector housing)
potential 2)
4
4
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1) Signal pairs must be twisted
2) The ENC_0V connection of the supply voltage has no connection to the encoder
housing.
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CN3 fan connection
Fan connector for connecting the fan.
1 0_Vdc
1
2
2 24_Vdc
Figure 21: Pin assignment fan connector
The signals meet the PELV requirements.
Pin
Signal
Meaning
1
0_Vdc
Reference potential fan 0 Vdc
2
24_Vdc
Supply voltage fan 24 Vdc
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A mating socket is provided with the fan.
Type: Hirschmann STAK 200
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3.5.2
BMH
Power and encoder connection
High voltages may be present at the motor connection. The motor
itself generates voltage when the motor shaft is rotated. AC voltage
can couple voltage to unused conductors in the motor cable.
DANGER
ELECTRIC SHOCK
•
•
•
•
•
Verify that no voltage is present prior to performing any type of
work on the drive system.
Block the motor shaft to prevent rotation prior to performing any
type of work on the drive system.
Insulate both ends of unused conductors of the motor cable.
Only touch the motor shaft or the mounted output components if
all power has been disconnected.
Verify compliance with all local and national electrical code
requirements as well as all other applicable regulations with
respect to grounding of all equipment.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
The motor is designed for operation via a drive. Connecting the motor
directly to AC voltage will damage the motor and can cause fires.
DANGER
FIRE HAZARD DUE TO INCORRECT CONNECTION
Only connect the motor to a matching, approved drive in the way
described in the present documentation.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
Drive systems may perform unintended movements if unapproved
combinations of drive and motor are used. Even if motors are similar,
different adjustment of the encoder system may be a source of hazards. Even if the connectors for motor connection and encoder connection match mechanically, this does not imply that the motor is
approved for use.
WARNING
UNINTENDED MOVEMENT
Only use approved combinations of drive and motor.
See chapter "2.1 General characteristics" for approved drives.
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▶ Ground the motor via a grounding screw if grounding via the flange
and the protective ground conductor of the motor cable is not sufficient. Use parts with suitable corrosion protection. Note the
required tightening torque and the property class of the grounding
screw, see page 24.
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Assembling cables
Insulate unused wires individually.
▶ Note the EMC requirements for motor cables and encoder cables,
page 52.
▶ Use equipotential bonding conductors for equipotential bonding.
Follow the procedure and note the dimensions in
"Dimensions for motor connector M23".
Depending on the motor size, different connector sizes are used for
the motor connection CN1. BMH070, BMH100 and BMH140 have an
M23 connection. BMH190 and BMH205 have an M40 connection. The
encoder connection CN2 is identical irrespective of the motor size.
A
1
B
2
BK U1
BK V2
BK W3
GN/YE
GY
WH
D
C
3
4
I
II
III
IV
V
5
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Figure 22: Assembling motor cables with M23 motor connector
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▶ (1) Strip the cable jacket; length as specified (see table below).
▶ Open the shielding braid and slide it back over the outer cable
jacket.
▶ Shorten the inner cable jacket.
▶ (2) Shorten the wires to the specified length (see table below) and
crimp them to the connector.
If possible, also connect unused wires. This improves EMC. Wires
that are not connected must be insulated at both ends.
▶ (3) Push part (V) and part (IV) onto the cable. Snap the contacts
into part (II). Open the side of part (III) and enclose the wires using
this part.
▶ (4) Slide part (III) behind the shielding braid and insert part (II) into
part (I). Arrange the shielding braid as shown. Push part (I) and
part (III) together and shorten the shielding braid.
▶ Screw part (IV) onto part (I) all the way to the stop.
A
1
B
2
BK U1
BK V2
BK W3
GN/YE
GY
WH
D
C
3
II
III
IV
4
I
5
6
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Figure 23: Assembling motor cables with M40 motor connector
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▶ (1) Strip the cable jacket; length as specified (see table below).
▶ Open the shielding braid and slide it back over the outer cable
jacket.
▶ Shorten the inner cable jacket.
▶ (2) Shorten the wires to the specified length (see table below) and
crimp them to the connector.
If possible, also connect unused wires. This improves EMC. Wires
that are not connected must be insulated at both ends.
(3) Push part (IV) and part (III) onto the cable. Snap the contacts
laterally into part (II).
(4) Slide part (III) behind the shielding braid and insert part (II) into
part (I).
(5) Arrange the shielding braid as shown. Push part (I) and part (III)
together and shorten the shielding braid.
Screw part (IV) onto part (I) all the way to the stop.
▶
▶
▶
▶
A
1
B
2
C
3
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
4
5
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Figure 24: Assembling encoder cables with M23 encoder connector
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▶ (1) Strip the cable jacket; length as specified (see table below).
▶ Open the shielding braid and slide it back over the outer cable
jacket.
▶ Shorten the inner cable jacket.
▶ (2) Shorten the wires to the specified length (see table below) and
crimp them to the connector.
If possible, also connect unused wires. This improves EMC. Wires
that are not connected must be insulated at both ends.
▶ (3) Push part (VII) and part (VI) onto the cable. The cable entry
contains rubber seals of various sizes for different cable diameters.
Use rubber seals matching the diameter of the cable. Enclose the
shield with part (IV). Snap the contacts into part (II). Open part (III)
at the side and enclose part (II) as well as the rear part of the contacts with it. Slide part (II) into part (I).
▶ (4) Slide part (IV) behind the shielding braid. Slide part (VI) over
part (I).
▶ Screw part (IV) onto part (I) all the way to the stop.
Dimensions for motor connector
M23
Motor phases
1.5 mm2 / 2.5 mm2
Holding brake
1 mm2
Stripping length A
40 mm (1.57 in)
40 mm (1.57 in)
Stripping length B
36 mm (1.42 in)
-
Stripping length C
-
40 mm (1.57 in)
Stripping length D
8 mm (0.31 in)
4.5 mm (0.18 in)
Crimp contact
SF-7QS2000
SF-6AS2000
Crimping tool
SF-Z0025
SF-Z0025
Dimensions for motor connector
M40
Motor phases
4 mm2
Stripping length A
40 mm (1.57 in) 40 mm (1.57 in) 40 mm (1.57 in)
Stripping length B
36 mm (1.42 in) 36 mm (1.42 in) -
Stripping length C
-
Stripping length D
10 mm (0.39 in) 10 mm (0.39 in) 4.5 mm (0.18 in)
Crimp contact
SM-36KS002
SM-36KS004
SF-7NS2000
Crimping tool
SF-Z0025
SF-Z0026
SF-Z0025
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Dimensions for encoder connector
M23
Servo motor
Motor phases Holding brake
6 mm2 / 10 mm2 1 mm2
-
40 mm (1.57 in)
Encoder
0.14 mm2 / 0.34 mm2
Stripping length A
28 mm (1.1 in)
Stripping length B
28 mm (1.1 in)
Stripping length C
4.5 mm (0.18 in)
Crimp contact
RC-12S2000
Crimping tool
RC-Z2514
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Connecting the cables
BMH
Incorrect installation of the cable may damage the insulation. Broken
conductors in the cable or improperly connected connectors may promote arcing within the cable.
DANGER
ELECTRIC SHOCK, ARC FLASH AND FIRE CAUSED BY INCORRECT
INSTALLATION OF THE CABLE
•
•
•
•
Disconnect all power before plugging in or unplugging the connectors.
Verify correct pin assignment of the connectors according to the
specifications in this chapter before connecting the cables.
Verify that the connectors are properly inserted and locked before
applying power.
Avoid forces or movements of the cable at the cable entries.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
▶ Place the female connector of the motor cable onto the motor connector and tighten the union nut. Proceed in the same manner with
the connection cable of the encoder system.
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Keep the connection cables from being twisted when tightening the
union nut.
▶ Connect the motor cable and the encoder cable to the drive
according to the wiring diagram of the drive.
▶ Ground the shield to a large surface area. See the product manual
of the drive for information on connecting the shield.
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3 Installation
Holding brake connection
Applying the holding brake while the motor is running will cause
excessive wear and loss of the braking force.
WARNING
LOSS OF BRAKING FORCE DUE TO WEAR OR HIGH TEMPERATURE
•
•
Do not use the holding brake as a service brake.
Do not exceed the maximum number of brake applications and
the kinetic energy during braking of moving loads.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious
injury, or equipment damage.
See chapter "2.5.2 Holding brake" for technical data on braking while
the load moves.
Releasing the holding brake can cause an unintended movement, for
example, lowering of the load in the case of vertical axes.
WARNING
UNINTENDED MOVEMENT
•
•
Verify that there are no persons or obstacles in the zone of operation when performing a test of the holding brake.
Take appropriate measures to avoid damage caused by falling or
lowering loads or other unintended movements.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious
injury, or equipment damage.
If the voltage is incorrect, the holding brake cannot be released which
causes wear. If the voltage is higher than the specified voltage, the
holding brake may be re-applied. If the voltage polarity is incorrect, the
holding brake cannot be released.
WARNING
MISOPERATION OF THE HOLDING BRAKE CAUSED BY INCORRECT
VOLTAGE
•
•
Verify that the specified voltage is available at the holding brake
connection.
Use a properly rated voltage-sensing device for measuring.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious
injury, or equipment damage.
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A motor with a holding brake requires a suitable holding brake controller which releases the brake when the power stage is enabled and
locks the motor shaft when the power stage is disabled.
Cable specifications
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•
Minimum wire cross section: 2 * 1.0 mm2 (AWG 16)
Maximum cable length: See product manual of the drive.
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3.6
BMH
Mounting and connecting the fan (BMH1904∙∙∙∙∙B only)
The motor BMH1904∙∙∙∙∙B is shipped with a fan. The motor may only
be operated with this fan.
NOTE: The motor and fan combination is no longer IP65 with the fan
installed.
NOTICE
REDUCED DEGREE OF PROTECTION
The motor and fan must be installed in a suitable environment conducive to IP20 installed product.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in equipment
damage.
If the motor is operated without a properly working fan, the motor
overheats and power to the motor is removed.
If the fan is not mounted to the motor, the fan wheel is accessible.
WARNING
ROTATING FAN WHEEL
Only activate the fan after the fan has been mounted to the motor.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious
injury, or equipment damage.
Prerequisites for mounting the fan
The motor must have been mounted and the electrical installation
must have been completed.
A free space of at least 50 mm (1.97 in) is required between air inlet
grid and other components. The air inflow and air outflow must not be
obstructed.
Mounting
The fan is pushed onto the motor and mounted to the motor with 2
housing screws.
A
1
2
3
Figure 25: Mounting the fan
(1)
(2)
(3)
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Loosen the 2 housing screws A and B.
Push the fan onto the motor.
Fasten the fan with the 2 housing screws M6.
Tightening torque of housing screws: 6 Nm (53.1 lb∙in)
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Cable specifications
Number of wires
2
Minimum conductor cross section
mm2
(AWG) 0.5 (20)
Maximum connection cross section
mm2
(AWG) 1.5 (16)
Cable diameter
mm (in)
4 ... 6.5 (0.16 ... 0.26)
Assembling cables
A
1
2
Figure 26: Assembling the fan cable
(1)
(2)
Strip the cable jacket; length as specified.
Install wire ferrules at the wire ends
Stripping length A
mm (in)
25 (0.98)
For pin assignment see chapter
"3.5.1 Connectors and connector assignments".
Electrical connection
1
2
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Figure 27: Electrical connection of the fan
(1)
(2)
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Plug the socket of the fan supply onto the fan connection
CN3.
Lock the socket.
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Commissioning
DANGER
ELECTRIC SHOCK OR UNINTENDED EQUIPMENT OPERATION
•
•
Keep foreign objects from getting into the product.
Verify the correct seating of seals and cable entries in order to
avoid contamination such as deposits and humidity.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
Drive systems may perform unanticipated movements because of
incorrect connection or other errors.
WARNING
UNINTENDED MOVEMENT
•
•
•
•
Verify proper wiring.
Only start the system if there are no persons or obstructions in
the zone of operation.
Perform the first test runs without coupled loads.
Only touch the motor shaft or the mounted output components if
all power has been disconnected.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious
injury, or equipment damage.
Drive systems may perform unintended movements if unapproved
combinations of drive and motor are used. Even if motors are similar,
different adjustment of the encoder system may be a source of hazards. Even if the connectors for motor connection and encoder connection match mechanically, this does not imply that the motor is
approved for use.
WARNING
UNINTENDED MOVEMENT
Only use approved combinations of drive and motor.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious
injury, or equipment damage.
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Rotating parts may cause injuries and may catch clothing or hair.
Loose parts or parts that are out of balance may be ejected.
WARNING
MOVING, UNGUARDED EQUIPMENT
Verify that rotating parts cannot cause injuries or equipment damage.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious
injury, or equipment damage.
The motor may move, tip and fall as a result of incorrect or insufficient
mounting.
WARNING
FALLING PARTS
Mount the motor so that it cannot come loose (use of securing
screws with appropriate tightening torque), especially in cases of fast
acceleration or continuous vibration.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious
injury, or equipment damage.
The metal surfaces of the product may exceed 70 °C (158 °F) during
operation.
WARNING
HOT SURFACES
•
•
•
Avoid unprotected contact with hot surfaces.
Do not allow flammable or heat-sensitive parts in the immediate
vicinity of hot surfaces.
Verify that the heat dissipation is sufficient by performing a test
run under maximum load conditions.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious
injury, or equipment damage.
Motors can generate strong local electrical and magnetic fields. This
can cause interference in sensitive devices.
WARNING
ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS
•
Keep persons with electronic medical implants, such as pacemakers, away from the motor.
Do not place electromagnetically sensitive devices in the vicinity
of the motor.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious
injury, or equipment damage.
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CAUTION
IMPROPER APPLICATION OF FORCES
•
•
•
Do not use the motor as a step to climb into or onto the machine.
Do not use the motor as a load-bearing part.
Use hazard labels and guards on your machine to help prevent
the improper application of forces on the motor.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in injury or equipment damage.
Verifying installation
Prior to commissioning, verify correct installation.
▶
▶
•
•
•
▶
•
•
▶
•
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Verify proper mechanical installation.
Verify proper electrical installation.
Did you connect all protective ground conductors?
Did you properly connect and install all cables and connectors?
Did you tighten the cable glands properly?
Verify ambient conditions.
Does the installation meet the ambient conditions specified?
Is the heat dissipation sufficient?
Verify the output components.
Have the installed output components been balanced and accurately aligned?
▶ Verify the parallel key at the shaft end of the motor.
• If you have a motor with a parallel key groove and parallel key, the
parallel key must not be inserted during commissioning without
output component or it must be appropriately secured.
▶ Verify the function of the holding brake.
• Is the holding brake able to hold the maximum load?
• Is the holding brake released prior to the start of a movement?
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5 Diagnostics and troubleshooting
5
Diagnostics and troubleshooting
5.1
Mechanical problems
Problem
Cause
Troubleshooting
Excessive heat
Overload
Reduce load
Holding brake not released
Verify that the holding brake controller
operates properly
Heavy pollution
Clean the motor
Clean air inlet grid and air outlet.
Whistling or knocking noise
Rolling bearings
Grinding noise
Rotating output component grinds
Align output component
Radial oscillation
Poor alignment of output component
Align output component
Output component out of balance
Balance output component
Shaft bent
Contact your sales office
Resonance with machine bed
Suppress resonance
Poor alignment of output component
Align output component
Damage to the output component
Repair/replace output component
Resonance with machine bed
Suppress resonance
Axial oscillation
5.2
Contact your sales office
Electrical problems
Problem
Cause
Motor does not start or has dif- Overload
ficulty starting
Unsuitable settings for the drive
Excessive heat
Reduce load
Correct drive settings
Cable damaged
Replace damaged cables
Overload
Reduce power
Fan inoperative
Verify connection
Poor contact
Tighten the terminals / connectors with the
specified tightening torque
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Heat at the terminals or connectors
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6 Accessories and spare parts
6
Accessories and spare parts
6.1
IP67 Kit
Degree of protection IP65 (shaft sealing ring) is a prerequisite for the
use of the IP67 kit.
Description
Reference
IP67 kit for size 070, cover with compressed air connection, O-ring, 4 screws
VW3M2301
IP67 kit for size 100, cover with compressed air connection, O-ring, 4 screws
VW3M2302
IP67 kit for size 140, cover with compressed air connection, O-ring, 4 screws
VW3M2303
IP67 kit for size 205, cover with compressed air connection, O-ring, 4 screws
VW3M2304
L-shaped push-in fitting, to be acquired from Festo
QSML-B-M3-4-20
6.2
Connectors
Description
Reference
Encoder connector (cable end) for motor M23, 5 pcs
VW3M8214
Encoder connector (cable end) for drive RJ45 (10 pins), 5 pcs
VW3M2208
Motor connector (cable end) M23, 1.5 ... 2.5 mm2, 5 pcs
VW3M8215
Motor connector (cable end) M40, 4 mm2, 5 pcs
VW3M8217
Motor connector (cable end) M40, 6...10
Tools
mm2,
5 pcs
VW3M8218
The tools required for cable assembly can be ordered directly from the
manufacturer.
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Crimping tool for encoder connector M23:
Coninvers SF-Z0025, SF-Z0026
www.coninvers.com
Crimping tool for power connector M23/M40:
Coninvers RC-Z2514
www.coninvers.com
Crimping tools for encoder connector RJ45 10 pins:
Yamaichi Y-ConTool-11, Y-ConTool-20, Y-ConTool-30
www.yamaichi.com
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6.3
Motor cables
6.3.1
Motor cables 1.5 mm2
Description
Motor cable 1.5 m, [(4 x 1.5
M23, other cable end open
Reference
mm2)
+ (2 x 1
mm2)]
shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector
VW3M5101R15
Motor cable 3 m, [(4 x 1.5 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector
M23, other cable end open
VW3M5101R30
Motor cable 5 m, [(4 x 1.5 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector
M23, other cable end open
VW3M5101R50
Motor cable 10 m, [(4 x 1.5 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector
M23, other cable end open
VW3M5101R100
Motor cable 15 m, [(4 x 1.5 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector
M23, other cable end open
VW3M5101R150
Motor cable 20 m, [(4 x 1.5 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector
M23, other cable end open
VW3M5101R200
Motor cable 25 m, [(4 x 1.5 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector
M23, other cable end open
VW3M5101R250
Motor cable 50 m, [(4 x 1.5 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector
M23, other cable end open
VW3M5101R500
Motor cable 75 m, [(4 x 1.5 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector
M23, other cable end open
VW3M5101R750
Motor cable 25 m, [(4 x 1.5 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; both cable ends open
VW3M5301R250
Motor cable 50 m, [(4 x 1.5
mm2)
+ (2 x 1
shielded; both cable ends open
mm2)]
shielded; both cable ends open
VW3M5301R500
VW3M5301R1000
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Motor cable 100 m, [(4 x 1.5
+ (2 x 1
mm2)
mm2)]
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Motor cables 2.5 mm2
Description
Reference
mm2)
Motor cable 3 m, [(4 x 2.5
M23, other cable end open
shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector
VW3M5102R30
Motor cable 5 m, [(4 x 2.5 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector
M23, other cable end open
VW3M5102R50
Motor cable 10 m, [(4 x 2.5 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector
M23, other cable end open
VW3M5102R100
Motor cable 15 m, [(4 x 2.5 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector
M23, other cable end open
VW3M5102R150
Motor cable 20 m, [(4 x 2.5 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector
M23, other cable end open
VW3M5102R200
Motor cable 25 m, [(4 x 2.5 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector
M23, other cable end open
VW3M5102R250
Motor cable 50 m, [(4 x 2.5 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector
M23, other cable end open
VW3M5102R500
Motor cable 75 m, [(4 x 2.5 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector
M23, other cable end open
VW3M5102R750
Motor cable 25 m, [(4 x 2.5 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; both cable ends open
VW3M5302R250
Motor cable 50 m, [(4 x 2.5
+ (2 x 1
mm2)
+ (2 x 1
mm2)
mm2)]
+ (2 x 1
shielded; both cable ends open
mm2)]
shielded; both cable ends open
VW3M5302R500
VW3M5302R1000
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Motor cable 100 m, [(4 x 2.5
mm2)]
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6.3.3
Motor cables 4 mm2
Description
Motor cable 3 m, [(4 x 4
other cable end open
Reference
mm2)
+ (2 x 1
mm2)]
shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector M40, VW3M5103R30
Motor cable 5 m, [(4 x 4 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector M40, VW3M5103R50
other cable end open
Motor cable 10 m, [(4 x 4 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector
M40, other cable end open
VW3M5103R100
Motor cable 15 m, [(4 x 4 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector
M40, other cable end open
VW3M5103R150
Motor cable 20 m, [(4 x 4 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector
M40, other cable end open
VW3M5103R200
Motor cable 25 m, [(4 x 4 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector
M40, other cable end open
VW3M5103R250
Motor cable 50 m, [(4 x 4 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector
M40, other cable end open
VW3M5103R500
Motor cable 75 m, [(4 x 4 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector
M40, other cable end open
VW3M5103R750
Motor cable 25 m, [(4 x 4 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; both cable ends open
VW3M5303R250
Motor cable 50 m, [(4 x 4
mm2)
+ (2 x 1
shielded; both cable ends open
mm2)]
shielded; both cable ends open
VW3M5303R500
VW3M5303R1000
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Motor cable 100 m, [(4 x 4
+ (2 x 1
mm2)
mm2)]
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Motor cables 6 mm2
Description
Motor cable 3 m, [(4 x 6
other cable end open
Reference
mm2)
+ (2 x 1
mm2)]
shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector M40, VW3M5105R30
Motor cable 5 m, [(4 x 6 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector M40, VW3M5105R50
other cable end open
Motor cable 10 m, [(4 x 6 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector
M40, other cable end open
VW3M5105R100
Motor cable 15 m, [(4 x 6 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector
M40, other cable end open
VW3M5105R150
Motor cable 20 m, [(4 x 6 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector
M40, other cable end open
VW3M5105R200
Motor cable 25 m, [(4 x 6 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector
M40, other cable end open
VW3M5105R250
Motor cable 50 m, [(4 x 6 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector
M40, other cable end open
VW3M5105R500
Motor cable 75 m, [(4 x 6 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector
M40, other cable end open
VW3M5105R750
Motor cable 25 m, [(4 x 6 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; both cable ends open
VW3M5305R250
Motor cable 50 m, [(4 x 6
mm2)
+ (2 x 1
shielded; both cable ends open
mm2)]
shielded; both cable ends open
VW3M5305R500
VW3M5305R1000
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Motor cable 100 m, [(4 x 6
+ (2 x 1
mm2)
mm2)]
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6.3.5
Motor cables 10 mm2
Description
Reference
mm2)
Motor cable 3 m, [(4 x 10
M40, other cable end open
shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector
VW3M5104R30
Motor cable 5 m, [(4 x 10 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector
M40, other cable end open
VW3M5104R50
Motor cable 10 m, [(4 x 10 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector
M40, other cable end open
VW3M5104R100
Motor cable 15 m, [(4 x 10 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector
M40, other cable end open
VW3M5104R150
Motor cable 20 m, [(4 x 10 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector
M40, other cable end open
VW3M5104R200
Motor cable 25 m, [(4 x 10 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector
M40, other cable end open
VW3M5104R250
Motor cable 50 m, [(4 x 10 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector
M40, other cable end open
VW3M5104R500
Motor cable 75 m, [(4 x 10 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; motor end 8-pin circular connector
M40, other cable end open
VW3M5104R750
Motor cable 25 m, [(4 x 10 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)] shielded; both cable ends open
VW3M5304R250
Motor cable 50 m, [(4 x 10
+ (2 x 1
mm2)
+ (2 x 1
mm2)
mm2)]
+ (2 x 1
shielded; both cable ends open
mm2)]
shielded; both cable ends open
VW3M5304R500
VW3M5304R1000
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Motor cable 100 m, [(4 x 10
mm2)]
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6.4
6 Accessories and spare parts
Encoder cables
Description
Reference
mm2)
Encoder cable 1.5 m, [3 x (2 x 0.14
+ (2 x 0.34
connector M23, device end 10-pin connector RJ45
mm2)]
shielded; motor end 12-pin circular VW3M8102R15
Encoder cable 3 m, [3 x (2 x 0.14 mm2) + (2 x 0.34 mm2)] shielded; motor end 12-pin circular
connector M23, device end 10-pin connector RJ45
VW3M8102R30
Encoder cable 5 m, [3 x (2 x 0.14 mm2) + (2 x 0.34 mm2)] shielded; motor end 12-pin circular
connector M23, device end 10-pin connector RJ45
VW3M8102R50
Encoder cable 10 m, [3 x (2 x 0.14 mm2) + (2 x 0.34 mm2)] shielded; motor end 12-pin circular
connector M23, device end 10-pin connector RJ45
VW3M8102R100
Encoder cable 15 m, [3 x (2 x 0.14 mm2) + (2 x 0.34 mm2)] shielded; motor end 12-pin circular
connector M23, device end 10-pin connector RJ45
VW3M8102R150
Encoder cable 20 m, [3 x (2 x 0.14 mm2) + (2 x 0.34 mm2)] shielded; motor end 12-pin circular
connector M23, device end 10-pin connector RJ45
VW3M8102R200
Encoder cable 25 m, [3 x (2 x 0.14 mm2) + (2 x 0.34 mm2)] shielded; motor end 12-pin circular
connector M23, device end 10-pin connector RJ45
VW3M8102R250
Encoder cable 50 m, [3 x (2 x 0.14 mm2) + (2 x 0.34 mm2)] shielded; motor end 12-pin circular
connector M23, device end 10-pin connector RJ45
VW3M8102R500
Encoder cable 75 m, [3 x (2 x 0.14 mm2) + (2 x 0.34 mm2)] shielded; motor end 12-pin circular
connector M23, device end 10-pin connector RJ45
VW3M8102R750
Encoder cable 25 m, [3 x (2 x 0.14 mm2) + (2 x 0.34 mm2)] shielded; both cable ends open
VW3M8222R250
Encoder cable 50 m, [3 x (2 x 0.14
mm2)
+ (2 x 0.34
mm2)]
shielded; both cable ends open
VW3M8222R500
VW3M8222R1000
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Encoder cable 100 m, [3 x (2 x 0.14 mm2) + (2 x 0.34 mm2)] shielded; both cable ends open
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7
Service, maintenance and disposal
7.1
Service address
If you have any questions please contact your sales office. Your sales
office staff will be happy to give you the name of a customer service
office in your area.
http://www.schneider-electric.com
7.2
Maintenance
There are no user-serviceable parts within the motor. Either replace
the complete motor, or contact Schneider Electric.
The product may only be repaired by a Schneider Electric customer
service center.
Repairs cannot be made with the device installed.
WARNING
UNINTENDED EQUIPMENT OPERATION
•
•
•
Only use software and hardware components approved by
Schneider Electric for use with this equipment.
Do not attempt to service this equipment outside of authorized
Schneider Electric service centers.
Update your application program every time you change the
physical hardware configuration.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious
injury, or equipment damage.
Use only the accessories and mounting parts specified in the documentation and no third-party devices or components that have not
been expressly approved by Schneider Electric. Do not modify the
equipment.
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Include the following points in the maintenance plan of your machine.
Connections and fastening
▶ Inspect all connection cables and connectors regularly for damage.
Replace damaged cables immediately.
▶ Verify that all output elements are firmly seated.
▶ Tighten all mechanical and electrical threaded connections to the
specified torque.
Lubricating the shaft sealing ring
In the case of motors with shaft sealing ring, lubricant must be applied
to the space between the sealing lip of the shaft sealing ring and the
shaft with a suitable non-metallic tool. If the shaft sealing rings are
allowed to run dry, the service life of the shaft sealing rings will be significantly reduced.
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Cleaning
If the permissible ambient conditions are not respected, external substances from the environment may penetrate the product and cause
unintended movement or equipment damage.
WARNING
UNINTENDED MOVEMENT
•
•
•
•
Verify that the ambient conditions are respected.
Do not allow seals to run dry.
Keep liquids from getting to the shaft bushing (for example, in
mounting position IM V3).
Do not expose the shaft sealing rings and cable entries of the
motor to the direct spray of a pressure washer.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious
injury, or equipment damage.
Clean dust and dirt off the product at regular intervals. Insufficient heat
dissipation to the ambient air may excessively increase the temperature.
Motors are not suitable for cleaning with a pressure washer. The high
pressure may force water into the motor.
Care must be taken with cleaning products as some active agents
may have deleterious effects on plastics and welds. When using solvents or cleaning agents, verify that the cables, cable entry seals, Orings and motor paint are not damaged.
NOTICE
CORROSION CAUSED BY CLEANING AGENTS
•
•
•
•
Before using a cleaning agent, carry out a compatibility test in
relation to the cleaning agent and the component affected.
Do not use alkaline detergent.
Do not use any chloride-containing cleaning agents.
Do not use any sulfuric acid containing detergent.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in equipment
damage.
Inspecting/breaking in the holding
brake
The holding brake is broken-in at the factory. If the holding brake is not
used for an extended period of time, parts of the holding brake may
corrode. Corrosion reduces the holding torque.
■ The motor is dismounted. The holding brake is applied.
▶ Measure the holding torque of the holding brake using a torque
wrench.
▶ If the holding torque of the holding brake considerably differs from
the specified values, manually rotate the motor shaft by 25 rotations in both directions. See chapter "2.5.2 Holding brake" for the
values.
▶ Repeat the process up to 3 times, until you can restore the original
holding torque.
Contact your Schneider Electric sales office if the original holding
torque is not restored.
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If the holding brake does not have the holding torque indicated in the
technical data, it must be broken in again.
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Replacing the rolling bearing
7 Service, maintenance and disposal
When the rolling bearing is replaced, the motor is partially demagnetized and loses power.
NOTICE
INOPERABLE EQUIPMENT
Do not replace the rolling bearing.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in equipment
damage.
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For all service matters, contact your Schneider Electric representative.
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7.3
Replacing the motor
If you replace the motor, the absolute position of the encoder is no
longer valid.
WARNING
UNINTENDED MOVEMENT DUE TO INCORRECT ABSOLUTE POSITION
Set the new absolute position of the encoder after having replaced
the motor.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious
injury, or equipment damage.
▶
▶
▶
▶
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Power off all supply voltages. Verify that no voltages are present.
Label all connections.
Uninstall the product.
Note the identification number and the serial number shown on the
product nameplate for later identification.
▶ Install the new product as per chapter "3 Installation".
▶ Commission the product as per chapter "4 Commissioning".
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Shipping, storage, disposal
Respect the ambient conditions in chapter
"2.1 General characteristics".
Shipping
The product must be protected against shocks during transportation. If
possible, use the original packaging for shipping.
Storage
The product may only be stored in spaces where the specified permissible ambient conditions are met.
Protect the product from dust and dirt.
Disposal
The product consists of various materials that can be recycled. Dispose of the product in accordance with local regulations.
Visit http://www.schneider-electric.com/green-premium for information
and documents on environmental protection as per ISO 14025 such
as:
EoLi (Product End-of-Life Instructions)
PEP (Product Environmental Profile)
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Glossary
Glossary
Terms and Abbreviations
See chapter " Terminology Derived from Standards" for information on
the pertinent standards on which many terms are based. Some terms
and abbreviations may have specific meanings with regard to the
standards.
Axial forces
Centering collar
Tension or compression forces acting longitudinally on the shaft
Centering device at the motor flange that allows for accurate motor
mounting.
Degree of protection
The degree of protection is a standardized specification for electrical
equipment that describes the protection against the ingress of foreign
objects and water (for example: IP 20).
DOM
Date of manufacturing: The nameplate of the product shows the date
of manufacture in the format DD.MM.YY or in the format
DD.MM.YYYY. For example:
31.12.11 corresponds to December 31, 2011
31.12.2011 corresponds to December 31, 2011
Drive system
EMC
Encoder
Length
PELV
Radial forces
Electromagnetic compatibility
Sensor that converts a measured distance or angle into an electrical
signal. This signal is evaluated by the drive to determine the actual
position of a shaft (rotor) or a driving unit.
In the type code, the length is defined in terms of the number of
stacks.
Protective Extra Low Voltage, low voltage with isolation. For more
information: IEC 60364-4-41
Forces that act radially on the shaft
In the type code, the size is defined in terms of the flange size.
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Size
System consisting of controller, drive and motor.
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Table of figures
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Table of figures
1)
Nameplate BMH070 and BMH100
16
2)
Nameplate BMH140 and BMH190
17
3)
Nameplate BMH205
18
4)
Dimensions BMH070
34
5)
Dimensions BMH100
35
6)
Dimensions BMH140
36
7)
Dimensions BMH190A
37
8)
Dimensions BMH1904B
38
9)
Dimensions BMH205
39
10)
Shaft load
41
11)
Connector installation space
59
12)
BMH190 rear side of motor
61
13)
Installation IP67 Kit
63
14)
Installation L-shaped push-in fitting BMH190
64
15)
Connection overview BMH070, BMH100 and BMH140
65
16)
Connection overview BMH1904A and BMH1904B
65
17)
Connection overview BMH205
65
18)
Pin assignment motor connection M23
66
19)
Pin assignment motor connection M40
67
20)
Pin assignment encoder connector
68
21)
Pin assignment fan connector
69
22)
Assembling motor cables with M23 motor connector
72
23)
Assembling motor cables with M40 motor connector
73
24)
Assembling encoder cables with M23 encoder connector
74
25)
Mounting the fan
78
26)
Assembling the fan cable
79
27)
Electrical connection of the fan
79
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Table of figures
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Index
Index
A
E
Abbreviations
101
Accessories and spare parts
87
Approved drives
24
EMC
51
Motor cable and encoder cable
Encoder
Connection
C
Multiturn
Cable assembly
Singleturn
Power
72
Cable specifications
56
EMC requirements
Holding brake
77, 79
Environmental conditions
Certifications
47
Commissioning
81
Connecting the motor cable
76
52
44
70
44, 44, 45
45
Encoder cable
Operation
52
22
Equipotential bonding conductors
52
Force for pressing on
40
General characteristics
21
F
Connection
Holding brake
77
Motor
70
Power
70
G
Connector
Installation
65
Connector assignments
65
Glossary
H
D
Hazard categories
Degree of protection
23
Diagnostics
85
dimensional drawing, see dimensions
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Dimensions
Disposal
DOM
101
Holding brake
Connection
5
46
77
I
34
Installation
95, 99
101
49
Intended use
6
Introduction
15
Maintenance
95
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Index
R
Manuals
Source
Maximum force during pressing on
13
40
Motor
Connection
Replacing the motor
98
S
70
Safety Information
Motor cable
5
Service
95
Assembly
72
Service address
95
EMC requirements
52
Shaft sealing ring
23
Shaft-specific data
40
99
motor connection CN1
66, 67
Motor-specific data
25
Shipping
Mounting position
61
SinCos Multiturn
Multiturn
44, 44, 45
N
44, 44, 45
SinCos Singleturn
45
Singleturn
45
Source
Name plate
16
Manuals
O
Options
44
13
Storage
99
Technical data
21
T
Overview
Procedure for electrical installation 51
Terms
P
101
Tightening torques
Screws
46
Power
Connection
Power connection CN1
66, 67
85
Type code
19
U
UL, conditions for
40
Property class
Screws
Troubleshooting
70
Pressing on
Maximum force
24
24
PELV power supply
46
Wiring
46
W
Q
Wiring UL
Qualification of personnel
106
46
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