Operating Instructions - HNP Mikrosysteme GmbH

Operating Instructions - HNP Mikrosysteme GmbH
Operating Instructions
3564K024B CC
MCBL 3003/06 C
MCDC 3003/06 C
Table of Contents
1 Overview
1.1 General description
1.2 Quick start
1.2.1 Operation using FAULHABER Motion Manager
1.2.2 Operation using a custom interface
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2 Installation
2.1 Connections and wiring
2.1.1 Installation instructions
2.1.2 Maintenance
2.1.3 Specialised staff
2.2 CAN wiring
2.3Motor connection
2.4 Baud rate and node ID
2.5 Basic settings
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3 Functional Description
3.1 Position control
3.2 Velocity control
3.2.1 Velocity control using CAN
3.2.2 Analog velocity control
3.3 Homing and limit switches
3.4 Extended operating modes
3.4.1 Stepper motor mode
3.4.2 Gearing mode (electronic gearing)
3.4.3 Analog positioning mode
3.4.4 Dual-loop PID control mode
3.4.5 Voltage regulator mode
3.4.6 Analog control of current limit
3.4.7 IxR control for DC controllers
3.5 Special functions of the error connection
3.6 Technical information
3.6.1 Sinusoidal commutation
3.6.2 Current controller and l2t current limitation
3.6.3 Over-temperature protection
3.6.4 Undervoltage monitoring
3.6.5 Overvoltage regulation
3.6.6 Adjustment of controller parameters
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4 CANopen
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4.1 Introduction
4.2 PDOs (Process Data Objects)
4.3 SDO (Service Data Object)
4.4 Emergency Object (Error Message)
4.5 NMT (Network Management)
4.6 Entries in the object dictionary 4.7 Drive control (Device control) 5 Extended CAN Functions
5.1 The FAULHABER channel
5.2 Trace
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6 Parameter Description
6.1 Communication objects according to DS301
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6.2 Manufacturer-specific objects
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6.3 Objects of the DSP402 drive profile
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6.3.1 Device Control
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6.3.2 Factor Group
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6.3.3 Profile Position Mode
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6.3.4 Homing Mode
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6.3.5 Position Control Function
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6.3.6 Profile Velocity Mode
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6.3.7 Common Entries
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6.4 FAULHABER commands
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6.4.1 Basic setting commands
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6.4.1.1 Commands for special
FAULHABER operating modes
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6.4.1.2 Parameters for basic settings
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6.4.1.3 General parameters
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6.4.1.4 Configuration of the fault pin
and digital inputs
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6.4.1.5 Configuration of homing and
limit switches in FAULHABER mode
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6.4.2 Query commands for basic settings
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6.4.2.1 Operating modes and general parameters
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6.4.2.2 Configuration of fault pin
and digital inputs
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6.4.2.3 Configuration of homing in FAULHABER mode
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6.4.3 Miscellaneous commands
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6.4.4 Motion control commands
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6.4.5 General query commands
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7 Appendix
7.1 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
7.1.1 Intended use
7.1.2 CE marking
7.2 Default configuration
7.3 Data sheets
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Version:
2nd edition, 01.07.2006
Firmware versions:
BL: 605.3150.51O
DC: 605.3150.52O
Copyright
by Dr. Fritz Faulhaber GmbH & Co. KG
Daimlerstr. 23 · 71101 Schönaich · Germany
All rights reserved, including translation rights.
No part of this description may be duplicated, reproduced,
stored in an information system or processed or transferred
in any other form without prior express written permission
of Dr. Fritz Faulhaber GmbH & Co. KG.
Although all due care has been taken in the compilation of
this description, Dr. Fritz Faulhaber GmbH & Co. KG cannot
accept any liability for any errors in this description or for
the consequences of such errors. Equally, no liability can
be accepted for direct or consequential damages resulting
from misuse of the equipment.
The pertinent regulations regarding safety engineering
and interference suppression must be complied with.
Subject to modifications.
1 Overview
1.1 General description
This document describes the functionality and operation
of the following equipment with CANopen interface:
Error output(Open Collector).
Can also be reprogrammed as rotational direction, digital
or reference mark input, and as pulse or digital output.
3564K024B CC
The 3564K024B CC integrates a brushless DC-Servomotor
with a high-resolution absolute encoder and a motion
controller in one complete drive unit.
1 to 3 additional digital inputs.
CANopen interface for integration in a CAN network with
transfer rates up to 1Mbit/s. The CANopen communication
profile according to DS301 V4.02 and DSP402 V2.0 according to CiA specification for slave equipment with the
following services is also supported:
MCBL 3003/06 C
The MCBL 3003/06 C is an external motion controller for
brushless DC servomotors with linear Hall sensors, which
can be operated without additional encoders.
1 server SDO
3 transmit PDOs, 3 receive PDOs
Static PDO mapping
NMT with Node Guarding
Emergency object
MCDC 3003/06 C
The MCDC 3003/06 C is an external motion controller that
is designed for the entire range of FAULHABER DC micro
motors.
All of the motion controllers are based on a high
performance digital signal processor (DSP), which enables
tight control, precise positioning and very low speeds.
Transfer rates and node number are set using the network
in accordance with the LSS protocol as per DSP305 V1.1,
and automatic baud rate detection is also implemented.
The following drive tasks can be performed:
In addition, all functions and parameters of the drive unit
can be activated very easily using a special FAULHABER PDO
channel. For each FAULHABER command a corresponding
CAN message frame is available on the PDO channel, which
enables the CAN unit to be operated similarly to the serial
version. Drive parameters can be analysed very quickly with
the integrated Trace function. The FAULHABER Motion
Manager 3 software is available for Windows 95/98/ME/
NT/2K/XP; this also considerably simplifies the operation
and configuration of units using the CAN interface, and in
addition offers a graphic online analysis function.
elocity control with tight requirements on synchronous
V
operation and minimal torque fluctuations. A PI
controller maintains target velocities.
elocity profiles such as ramp, triangular or
V
trapezoidal movements can be realised. Gentle
starting or deceleration can easily be implemented.
ositioning mode: Starting from defined positions
P
with high resolution (1/3000 revolutions using linear
Hall sensors of BL motors).
Acquisition of reference marks and limit switches.
Extended operating modes: Stepper motor mode,
Analog positioning mode, Voltage regulator,
Electronic gear, operation with external incremental
encoder. MCDC 3003/06 C: IxR control.
Fields of application
Thanks to the compact design, the units can be integrated
into diverse applications with minimal wiring. The flexible
connection options open up a broad field of application
in all areas, for example in decentralized automation
technology systems, as well as in handling devices and
machine tools.
Torque control with adjustable current limitation.
Storage of the set configurations.
Various inputs and outputs are available for the
implementation of these tasks:
Options
A separate supply for motor and control electronics
is optionally available (important for safety-critical
applications), in which case the 3rd input is omitted.
Special preconfiguration of modes and parameters is
possible on request.
The Motion Manager software can be downloaded
free of charge from www.faulhaber-group.com.
et value input for target velocity.
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Analog or PWM signals can be used. The input can
also be used as digital or reference input. A frequency
signal or an external incremental encoder can also
be connected here.
1 Overview
1.2 Quick start
6. In the next dialogue, select the desired transfer rate
or “Auto” and enter the desired node address.
To facilitate introduction, this section highlights
the initial steps for commissioning and operation
of FAULHABER motion controllers with CANopen
interface.
7. Press “Send” button.
8. T
he settings are transferred and permanently stored
in the controller. The Motion Manager then recalls the
Scan function and the node should now be displayed
with the correct node number in Node Explorer. After
switching off and on again, the drive will operate with
the set configuration.
However, the detailed documentation must always
be read and adhered to, particularly section 2.5
Basic Settings.
The units are delivered as standard without a valid
node address (node ID = 0xFF) and with automatic
baud rate detection set.
A CANopen node is always in “Pre-Operational” status
after being switched on and must be transferred to
“Operational” status before it is fully operational. No
PDO communication is possible in “Pre-Operational”
status, therefore no FAULHABER commands are available
in this status either. In addition to the Network Management functions, only the setting of parameters in the
object dictionary by means of SDO transfer is possible
here (see section 4 CANopen).
In order to set the baud rate and node address,
the unit must first be configured for CAN using an
appropriate configuration tool, which supports the
LSS protocol according to CiA DSP305. FAULHABER
Motion Manager 3, installed on a PC with supported
CAN interface, can also be used for this purpose.
The node address and baud rate can be set using the
LSS-compatible configuration tool either in Global
mode, if only one drive is connected, or in Selective
mode with the serial number, if a drive is to be
configured on the network (see section 2.4 Baud
rate and Node ID).
If the FAULHABER Motion Manager is to be used as
a configuration tool, proceed as follows:
1. Connect drive unit to the CAN interface of the PC
and switch on or connect PC to the CAN network.
2. Start FAULHABER Motion Manager 3.
3. Activate CAN interface as communication interface and configure with the menu item “Terminal –
Connections…”.
4. Select menu item “Configuration – Connection
parameters…”.
5. Select Configuration mode:
a. Globally configure individual drive (LSS Switch
Mode Global) if only one LSS node is connected
and you do not wish to input further data.
b. S electively configure specified node (LSS Switch
Mode Selective) if a node is to be configured in
the network. If the node has not been found in
Node Explorer, the serial number of the drive
node to be configured must be entered, otherwise
the data fields are already correctly preconfigured.
1 Overview
1.2 Quick start
1.2.1 Operation using
FAULHABER Motion Manager
3. Activate drive:
The FAULHABER Motion Manager offers easy access
to the CANopen state machines using menus, which
can either be called up using the Node Explorer context
menu (right mouse button) or using the “Commands –
CANopen” menu. The desired node must have been
activated beforehand by double clicking in Node
Explorer. The current statuses are always displayed in
the status line at the bottom of the screen.
a.) F AULHABER Mode (OPMOD–1):
1. “EN” command. Input in command input field
and press “Send” button or select in “Commands –
Motion control – Enable drive” menu and press
“Send” button.
b.) Modes
of Operation / OPMOD > 0:
The FAULHABER commands described below can be
entered directly in the command input line or selected
from the Commands menu. After sending the command,
a command interpreter is activated, which converts the
command into a corresponding CAN message frame on
PDO2.
1. S hutdown
Select entry “Device Control – Shutdown”
using the context menu in Node Explorer
or using the “Commands – CANopen” menu.
2. S witch On
Select entry “Device Control – Switch On”
using the context menu in Node Explorer or
using the “Commands – CANopen” menu.
4. Drive motor (examples):
Drive motor with 100 rpm velocity control:
In order to drive a motor using the Motion Manager,
follow the procedure below (assuming a valid node
number and matching baud rate):
a.) F AULHABER Mode (OPMOD–1):
“V100” command: Enter in command input field
and press “Send” button or select in “Commands
– Motion control – Initiate velocity mode” menu,
enter value 100 in dialogue box, press OK and
“Send” button.
1. Start network node (Start Remote Node):
The right mouse button in Node Explorer opens
a context menu, then select the entry “CANopen
Network Management NMT - Start Remote Node”
(or use menu “Commands – CANopen”).
➔ FAULHABER commands are now available!
b.) P
rofile Velocity Mode (OPMOD3):
Set Target Velocity to the value 100 (Object 0x60FF).
2. Configure drive functions:
A user-friendly dialog that enables the desired
settings to be made is available under the menu
item “Configuration – Drive functions…”
For external motion controllers MCBL 3003/06 C
and MCDC 3003/06 C, you must check that the
correct basic settings have been made for the
connected motor (see section 2.5 Basic settings).
For brushless motors, the correct motor type
must be set, for brushed motors the correct postquadrature resolution must be specified for the
encoder (ENCRES) under “Drive parameters”.
Stop motor:
a.) F AULHABER Mode (OPMOD–1):
Command “V0”.
b.) P
rofile Velocity Mode (OPMOD3):
Set Target Velocity to the value 0 (Object 0x60FF)
or “Disable Operation”.
Move motor relatively by 10000 increments:
c.) FAULHABER Mode (OPMOD–1):
“LR10000” command to load the relative target
position, “M” command to move to loaded target
position.
Depending on whether you wish to operate the
drive using the standard CANopen objects or the
simpler FAULHABER commands, go into the desired
mode (Modes of Operation / OPMOD 1,3,6 or –1).
If the settings are to be permanently stored, press
the “EEPSAV” button.
d.) P
rofile Position Mode (OPMOD1):
Set Target Position to the value 10000 (Object
0x607A). Move to Target Position (“New set-point”
and set “rel” in statusword).
1 Overview
1.2 Quick start
1.2.2 Operation using a custom interface
The drive can be configured both by means of SDO
transfer using the objects of the object dictionary and
using PDO2 with the commands of the FAULHABER
channel. Not all configuration options are accessible
using the object dictionary; many extended operating
modes are only accessible using the FAULHABER channel
(see section 6 Parameter Description).
Start of CANopen node:
Either an individual node or the entire network is
started and set to “Operational” status using the
broadcast command “Start Remote Node”:
11 bit identifier
0x000
2 bytes user data
01
00
All features of the drive can also be operated without
in-depth CANopen knowledge, such as Device Control,
SDO protocol and object dictionary. The FAULHABER
channel on PDO2 provides an easy means of executing
all supported commands. For drive control using the
FAULHABER channel you must first set the operating
mode to Modes of Operation = –1 by using the
following FAULHABER command and argument:
The first data byte contains the start command “Start
Remote Node”, the second data byte contains the node
address or 0 for the entire network.
After the node has been started, all functions can be
activated. The drive can now be activated and operated
using the Device Control functions according to CiA
DSP402 or using the FAULHABER message frames on PDO2.
RxPDO2: FAULHABER command “OPMOD-1”
The identifiers of the individual objects are allocated
according to the Predefined Connection Set and
are dependent on the node number (see section 4.5
NMT Network Management). These are the most
important objects:
Object
Function
Identifier
TxPDO1
Statusword
0x180 + node no.
RxPDO1
Controlword
0x200 + node no.
TxPDO2
FAULHABER data
0x280 + node no.
RxPDO2
FAULHABER command
0x300 + node no.
TxSDO
Read object
0x580 + node no.
RxSDO
Write object
0x600 + node no.
11 bit identifier
5 bytes user data
0x300 (768D)
+ Node-ID
0xFD
0xFF
0xFF
0xFF
0xFF
All FAULHABER commands can then be used for drive
control in accordance with the following protocol:
RxPDO2: FAULHABER command
11 bit identifier
5 bytes user data
0x300 (768D)
+ Node-ID
Command
LLB
LHB
HLB
HHB
Example: Drive node 1 at 500 rpm (command “V500”):
ID 301: 93 F4 01 00 00
In delivery status, the drives are in the operating mode
Modes of operation = 1 (Profile Position Mode) when
switched on. In this operating mode, the drive control
is performed using the Device Control state machine,
which is operated using the controlword (Object 0x6040
or RxPDO1) and queried using the statusword (Object
0x6041 or TxPDO1).
The following command sequence is prescribed to
activate the power output stage:
All available commands are listed in section 6.4
FAULHABER Commands.
1. Shutdown:
Controlword = 0x06
2. Switch
on / Enable Operation:
Controlword = 0x0F
The drive is then in “Operation Enabled” status, in which
it can be operated using the corresponding objects of the
Profile Position Mode (see section 4.7 Device Control
Drive Control and section 6.3.3 Profile Position Mode).
2 Installation
2.1 Connections and wiring
1.) 3564K024B CC:
3.) MCDC 3003/06 C:
The connections are indicated by colored wires and
assigned as follows:
The connections are indicated on the terminal strips and
are assigned as follows:
Wire
Designation
Meaning
Supply side:
blue
GND
GND
Connection
Meaning
pink
+24V
+24 V
CAN_H
CAN-High / RS232 TxD*
brown
AnIn
Analog input
CAN_L
CAN-Low / RS232 RxD*
white
Fault
Error output
AGND
Analog GND
grey
AGND
Analog GND
Fault
Error output
yellow
CAN_L
CAN-Low/RS232 RxD*
AnIn
Analog input
green
CAN_H
CAN-High/RS232 TxD*
+24V
+24 V
red
3.In
3rd input/optional
electronics supply
GND
GND
3.In
3rd input/optional electronics supply
2.) MCBL 3003/06 C:
Motor side:
The connections are indicated on the terminal strips and
are assigned as follows:
Connection
Meaning
Mot -
Motor-
Mot+
Motor+
SGND
Encoder GND
+5V
Encoder VCC
Ch B
Encoder channel B
Ch A
Encoder channel A
4. In
4th input
5. In
5th input
Supply side:
Connection
Meaning
CAN_H
CAN-High / RS232 TxD*
CAN_L
CAN-Low / RS232 RxD*
AGND
Analog GND
Fault
Error output
AnIn
Analog input
+24V
+24 V
GND
GND
3.In
3rd input/optional electronics supply
In addition, a 9-pin SUB-D connector is attached, with the
following assignment:
Motor side:
Pin
Meaning
2
CAN_L / RS232 RxD*
Connection
Meaning
3
GND
Ph A
Motor phase A (brown)
7
CAN_H / RS232 TxD*
PH B
Motor phase B (orange)
Hall C
Hall sensor C (grey)
Hall B
Hall sensor B (blue)
SGND
GND signal (black)
+5V
VCC (red)
Hall A
Hall sensor A (green)
PH C
Motor phase C (yellow)
* only for software update available
In addition, a 9-pin SUB-D connector is attached, with the
following assignment:
Pin
Meaning
2
CAN_L / RS232 RxD*
3
GND
7
CAN_H / RS232 TxD*
2 Installation
2.1 Connections and wiring
Power supply (+24 V, GND)
The error output connection can also be reconfigured
for other functions:
The power supply should provide ample current for the
connected motor. Please pay attention to the polarity,
as inverting the connection will destroy the internal fuse.
The fuse can only be replaced at the factory!
Encoder pulse output (only MCBL…C, 3564…B CC)
Digital output
Limit switch input
Rotational direction input
Analog input (analog input, analog GND = AGND)
The analog input is executed as a differential input.
In order to prevent a voltage drop in the supply cable,
connect the analog GND to the power supply GND.
3rd input
Current limitation value via analog voltage
This connection can be used as reference or digital input.
The unit is also available with a separate logic and output
stage power sections. During an emergency situation,
disconnecting the supply voltage will shut down the
output stage de-powering the motor. Supplying voltage
independently to the third input will keep the logic section
powered.
Presetting of target position via analog voltage
4th/5th input (MCDC only)
Digital input for reference and limit switches
These inputs can be used as digital inputs.
onnection for an external encoder
C
(Analog input to GND: Channel A / Analog GND
to GND: Channel B) in gearing or BL encoder mode.
2.1.1 Installation instructions
The analog input has various uses, depending on the
configuration:
Presetting of target velocity value via analog voltage
Presetting of target velocity value via PWM signal
The place of installation must be selected so that clean
and dry cooling air is available for cooling the unit. The
units are intended for indoor operation. Large amounts
of dust and high concentrations of chemical pollutants
must be avoided. Cooling of the unit must be guaranteed,
especially when installing in housings and cabinets.
As the unit cools passively with surface heat sinks, case
temperatures up to 85 °C may occur. Operation is only
guaranteed if the supply voltage lies within the defined
tolerance ranges. Wiring should only be altered with no
voltage applied to the unit.
CAN connections
The CAN wiring is established using the connections
CAN-H, CAN-L and the supply GND. A serial PC interface can also be connected with the same connections,
in order to perform a firmware update.
Error output
The error output has the following characteristics:
In the absence of an error, the output pulls the
output to GND (Open Collector)
2.1.2 Maintenance
In the event of an error, the output has a 100 kΩ
path to GND
The units are maintenance-free in principle. The air filters
of cabinet units must be regularly checked and cleaned if
required, depending on the quantity of dust. In the event
of heavy soiling, the units themselves must be cleaned with
halogen-free agents.
he output current is limited to roughly 30 mA, as the
T
applied voltage should not exceed the power supply
voltage (maximum UB)
Short-circuit proof
2.1.3 Specialised staff
Only trained specialised staff and instructed persons
with knowledge in the field of automation technology
and standards and regulations such as
The error output is activated in the following situations:
Current limiting activates
ver-voltage protection activates (internal power bus
O
exceeds 32 V)
EMC Directive, Low Voltage Directive, Machinery
Directive, VDE Regulations (such as DIN VDE 0100,
DIN VDE 0113/EN 0204, DIN VDE 0160/EN 50178),
Accident Prevention Regulations
Power stage shuts down due to over temperature
he actual velocity differs from the target by an amount
T
greater than the set acceptable deviation (DEV)
may install and commission the units. This description
should be carefully read and heeded prior to commissioning.
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2.2 CAN wiring
CAN is a 2-wire bus system, to which all nodes are
connect in parallel. A terminal resistance of 120 Ω must
be connected to each end of the bus line. In addition to
the two signal lines CAN_H and CAN_L, the nodes must
be connected together by a common GND line.
The maximum line length is limited by the transfer rate
and the signal propagation time:
Baud rate
Max. line length
1000 kBit/s
25 m
500 kBit/s
100 m
250 kBit/s
250 m
125 kBit/s
500 m
50 kBit/s
1000 m
20 kBit/s
2500 m
10 kBit/s
5000 m
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2.3 Motor connection
1.) MCBL 3003/06 C:
The signal lines are susceptible to interference, therefore a maximum cable length can not be specified.
For cable lengths > 300 mm the use of shielded wires is recommended.
MCBL connection
Ph A
BN
Phase A
Ph B
OG
Phase B
Ph C
YE
Phase C
Housing
brushless
DC Servomotor
SGND
BK
+5V
RD
Hall A
GY
Hall sensor A
Hall B
BU
Hall sensor B
Hall C
GN
Hall sensor C
Housing
Ph A
BN
Phase A
Ph B
OG
Phase B
Ph C
YE
Phase C
Housing
SGND
brushless
DC Servomotor
BK
+5V
RD
2.) MCDC
3003/06 C:
Hall –A GY
Hall sensor A
TheMot
encoder lines are susceptible to interference, therefore a maximum cable length
can not be specified. For cable
Hall
B
BU
Hall sensorwith
B
Mot + > 300 mm the use of shielded wires is recommended. When using an encoder
lengths
complementary outputs
Hall C GN
Hall
sensor
C
(e. g.
line
driver)
please
apply
HEDL
adapter
board
6501.00064
from
FAULHABER.
Housing
Housing
MCDC connection
DC motor
SGND
+5V
CH A
CH B
Housing
Mot –
Mot +
Housing
DC motor
SGND
+5V
CH A
CH B
Housing
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2.4 Baud rate and Node ID
Node address and transfer rate are set using the network
in accordance with the LSS protocol as per CiA DSP305
(Layer Setting Services and Protocol). A configuration
tool which supports the LSS protocol – such as
FAULHABER Motion Manager – is required.
For activation of “Switch Mode Selective”, FAULHABER
controllers only use vendor ID, product code and serial
number. The value 0.0 can always be assigned for revision
number, as this value is ignored in the protocol.
Vendor ID: 327
Product code: 3150
The configuration tool is the LSS Master, and the drives
act as LSS slaves.
For a detailed description of the LSS protocol, please see
CiA document DSP 305.
LSS slaves can be configured in two ways:
If automatic baud rate detection is activated, the drive
can be used in a network with any transfer rate in
accordance with the above table; the network baud
rate is detected after 3 message frames on the bus line
at the most, and the drive adjusts accordingly. Please
note that the first message frames may be lost and
booting will take a little longer.
1. “Switch Mode Global” switches all connected LSS slaves
into configuration mode. However, only one LSS slave
may be connected to set baud rate and node ID.
2. “Switch Mode Selective” switches just one LSS slave
in the network into configuration mode. Vendor ID,
product code, revision number, and serial number of
the relevant node must be known.
The following baud rates (Bit Timing Parameters)
can be set:
Baud rate
Index
1000 kBit
0
800 kBit
1
500 kBit
2
250 kBit
3
125 kBit
4
50 kBit
6
20 kBit
7
10 kBit
8
In addition, an automatic baud rate detection can be
activated by sending the index value 0xFF.
The following node numbers can be set:
1 – 255.
Node ID 255 (0xFF) indicates that the node has yet
to be configured, in which case the node remains in
LSS-Init status until it receives a valid node number.
Only then may the NMT initialization continue.
The LSS protocol also supports the reading out of LSS
addresses, comprising vendor ID, product code, revision
number and serial number of connected units, as well
as reading out of the set node ID.
The identifiers 0x7E5 (Master) and 0x7E4 (Slave), on
which the protocol is processed, are used for the LSS
communication.
After configuration the set parameters are stored in
the Flash memory, so that they are available again
after power cycling the drive.
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2.5 Basic settings
During initial set-up of MCDC or MCBL motion
controllers, a number of basic settings must be made
to configure the controller for the connected
motor. Use the FAULHABER Motion Manager for easy
execution of these adjustments!
The values set with the MOTTYP command can be individually changed later. With the RN command, the default
parameters are set according to the set motor type. If you
wish to connect a motor that is not specified in the motor
type list, select motor type 0 (MOTTYP0) and set the parameters kn (speed constant) and Rm (motor resistance) in
accordance with the specifications in the data sheet using
the commands KN and RM.
Failure to observe these basic settings can result in
destruction of components!
At delivery, the MCBL 3003/06 C is set to motor type 5
(2444S024B K1155) as standard. If you wish to connect
another motor, you must configure the motion controller
for the connected motor. The FAULHABER Motion
Manager then enables the Hall sensor signals to be
synchronised for smooth starting and the phase angle
to be optimised for best efficiency. This process should
also be carried out whenever the motor is replaced and
during initial set-up (“Optimization for connected
motor” in the “Configuration – Drive functions” menu).
The MCDC 3003/06 C is configured for an encoder resolution of 512 pulses (ENCRES 2048) as default. Use the
command ENCRES or the Drive Parameters dialogue in
the Motion Manager (“Configuration – Drive functions”
menu) to configure the post-quadrature encoder resolution, which is four times the resolution of one channel
per revolution.
The parameters Rm and kn must be set to protect the power
stage of the MCDC 3003/06 C during braking operation.
The values are indicated in the data-sheet of the connected
motor. In addition, the controller parameters and the
current limit values must be configured for the connected
motor and application.
The controller parameters and current limitation values
must also be adapted to the connected motor and the
application.
The MOTTYP command adjusts the controller to the
relevant motor. Internal parameters are also changed
for the specified values:
If using the Fault Pin as an input (REFIN, DIRIN), the desired
function must be programmed before applying external
voltage to prevent destroying the input/output.
MOTTYP
Motor type
P-term
(POR)
I-term (I)
PP
PD
Ii
1
1628T012B K1155
12
25
2
1628T024B K1155
12
22
3
2036U012B K1155
6
4
2036U024B K1155
5
2444S024B K1155
6
7
24
2
40
3000
770
8
10
40
3000
410
45
10
14
50
3000
980
14
25
17
6
50
3000
480
7
40
16
9
50
5000
1370
3056K012B K1155
8
30
22
13
50
7000
1940
3056K024B K1155
10
40
22
12
50
3000
930
8
3564K024B K1155
8
40
12
6
50
8000
2800
9
4490H024B K1155
8
40
12
6
20
10000
6000
14
Peak current
(mA)
Continuous
current (mA)
3 Functional Description
The motion controllers can be configured for different
operating modes.
The FAULHABER Motion Manager 3 enables simple setting
of the configuration parameters and operating modes
using corresponding dialog windows. The specified
commands can be entered in plain text or selected from
the Commands menu. The CANopen state machines can be
conveniently operated using menu selections. The current
statuses are automatically displayed in the status line.
The drive unit is delivered as standard as servomotor
in “Profile Position Mode” according to CiA DSP402.
The drive can be reconfigured by means of the corresponding configuration commands. If the settings are
to be permanently stored, the command SAVE (formerly
EEPSAV) must be executed after the configuration; this
saves the current settings in the flash memory, from where
they will be reloaded when the unit is next switched on.
Please note that the FAULHABER commands can only
be received in “Operational” status (Motion Manager
menu “Commands – CANopen – Network Management
NMT – Start Remote Node”).
The prerequisite for operation of the drive in one of the
operating modes specified here is that the unit is in
“Operational” NMT status, and the power stage is activated
(“Switched On” or EN). All commands and objects listed
below are summarized and explained in section 6
Parameter Description. The FAULHABER commands, which
are transferred as CAN message frames – as described in
section 6.4 FAULHABER commands – to PDO2, are specified
for each operating mode.
Circuit example: 3564K024B CC with reference switch
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3 Functional description
3.1 Position control
In this operating mode, target positions can be loaded
with the CAN interface. Positioning can be performed in
two different ways:
Example:
1.) L oad target position: LA40000
2.) Start positioning: M
a.) In “Profile Position Mode” according to DSP402:
Modes of operation or OPMOD must be set to 1.
Target Position, profile and controller parameters are
set using the object dictionary or using FAULHABER
commands. In particular the acceleration values AC
(0x6083) and DEC (0x6084), the maximum speed SP
(0x607F), the current limitation values LPC
and LCC, as well as the controller parameters POR, I,
PP and PD (0x60FB and 0x60F9), must be configured
for the respective application. The positioning range
limits can be set using the command LL or object
0x607D. Positioning is started with the controlword
and checked with the statusword (see section 6.3.3
Profile Position Mode).
Attainment of the target position is indicated in both
operating modes by the statusword on TxPDO1
(Bit 10 “Target reached”), provided that the transmission
type for RxPDO1 is set to 255. (Object 0x1800).
The linear Hall sensors used as position transducers on
the brushless motors (3564K024B CC, MCBL 3003/06 C)
effectively produce 3000 pulses per revolution.
In the case of APL0, relative moves can also be executed
beyond the range limits. If the upper (1800000000) or
lower limit (–1800000000) is exceeded, counting rolls
over to 0 without loss of positional information.
b.) In FAULHABER mode:
Modes of operation or OPMOD must be set to –1.
FAULHABER operating mode CONTMOD or ENCMOD
and SOR0 must be set. Profile and controller parameters
are configured using the FAULHABER basic setting
commands (General Parameters). In particular, the
acceleration values AC and DEC, the maximum speed
SP, the current limitation values LPC and LCC, as well
as the controller parameters POR, I, PP and PD must
be configured for the respective application. The
positioning range limits can be set using the command
LL and activated with APL. Position moves are made
using the FAULHABER commands for motion control:
Command
Function
Description
LA
Load Absolute
Position
Load new absolute target position
Value range: –1.8 · 109 …1.8 · 109
LR
Load Relative
Position
Load new relative target position,
in relation to last started target
position. The resulting absolute
target position must lie between
–2.14 · 109 and 2.14 · 109.
M
Initiate Motion
Activate position control
and start positioning
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3 Functional Description
3.2 Velocity control
3.2.1 Velocity control using CAN
The velocity control is executed with the following
FAULHABER motion control command:
Velocity can be controlled using CAN in two different ways:
a.) In “Profile Velocity Mode” according to DSP402:
Modes of Operation or OPMOD must be set to 3. Profile
and controller parameters are set using the object
dictionary or using FAULHABER commands. In particular,
the acceleration values AC (0x6083) and DEC (0x6084),
the current limitation values LPC and LCC, as well as
the controller parameters POR and I (0x60F9), must be
configured for the respective application. The velocity
control mode is started by setting Target Velocity to the
desired value using the object dictionary (0x60FF) and is
checked with the statusword. The drive can be stopped
with the controlword (Disable Operation) or by writing
the value 0 to the object Target Velocity (see section
6.3.6 Profile Velocity Mode).
Command
Function
Description
V
Select Velocity
Mode
Activate velocity mode and
set specified value as target
velocity (velocity control)
Unit: rpm
Example:
Drive motor at 100 rpm: V100
In order to change the direction of rotation, simply assign
a negative velocity value (e.g. V-100). V0 will stop the
drive.
Make sure that APL0 is set, if you do not want the drive
to stop at the set range limits (LL)! Also check that the
maximum speed SP is not set below the desired target
velocity.
b.) In FAULHABER mode:
Modes of Operation or OPMOD must be set to –1.
FAULHABER operating mode CONTMOD or ENCMOD
and SOR0 must be set. Profile and controller parameters are executed with the FAULHABER basic setting
commands (General Parameters). In particular the
acceleration values AC and DEC, the current limitation
values LPC and LCC, as well as the controller parameters POR and I must be configured for the respective
application.
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3 Functional Description
3.2 Velocity control
3.2.2 Analog velocity control
target
This operating mode is only available in FAULHABER
mode: Modes of Operation or OPMOD must be set to –1.
FAULHABER operating mode CONTMOD and SOR1
(velocity commanded with a voltage at the analog input)
or SOR2 (velocity commanded with a PWM signal at
analog input) must be set.
Profile and controller parameters are configured with the
FAULHABER basic setting commands (General Parameters).
In particular, the acceleration values AC and DEC, the
current limitation values LPC and LCC, as well as controller
parameters POR and I, must be configured for the
respective application. The analog velocity control can be
further configured using the parameters described below:
Setting the direction of rotation:
Setting the scaling factor (maximum speed):
Target velocity at 10 V.
Command
Function
Description
SP
Load
Maximum
Speed
Load maximum speed.
Setting applies for all modes
(except VOLTMOD)
Unit: rpm
Description
MV
Minimum
Velocity
Minimum velocity
in rpm
Function
Description
Minimum
Analog Voltage
Minimum starting voltage
in mV
ADR
Analog
Direction Right
Positive voltages at the analog
input result in clockwise rotation
of the rotor
Command
Function
Description
DIRIN
Direction Input
Use fault pin as rotational direction
input
Low: ... L eft-hand rotation
(corresponding to ADL command)
High: ... R
ight-hand rotation
(corresponding to ADR command)
The level at the rotational direction input is dominant to
the settings made with ADR and ADL.
Setting the start voltage:
Minimum analog voltage which will cause the motor
to spin at the minimum velocity.
MAV
Positive voltages at the analog
input result in counterclockwise
rotation of the rotor
Level and direction:
Example:
Set minimum velocity to 10 rpm: MV10
Command
Description
Analog
Direction Left
The error output (fault pin) can also be reconfigured as
a digital rotational direction input:
Setting the minimum velocity:
Velocity commanded at the minimum analog voltage.
Function
Function
ADL
Example:
Clockwise rotation in the case of positive voltages: ADR
Example:
Set maximum speed so that with 10 V at the analog input
the target velocity is 5000 rpm: SP5000
Command
Command
Example:
The drive is only to start moving with voltages over
100 mV or below –100 mV at the analog input: MAV 100
Advantage:
As 0 mV is usually difficult to set at the analog input,
0 rpm is also not easy to implement. The dead band
produced by the minimum start voltage prevents the
motor from starting as a result of small interference
voltages.
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3 Functional Description
3.2 Velocity control
Velocity control using a pulse width modulated (PWM)
signal at the analog input (SOR2):
Note on input circuit:
The circuit for the analog input is designed as a differential
amplifier. If the analog input is open, an unexpected
velocity may be possible. The input must be set to the
voltage level of AGND or rather be connected to AGND
with low-impedance, in order to generate 0 rpm.
Default duty cycle at the analog input:
Greater than 50 % causes clockwise rotation
Equal to 50 % keeps the motor stationary
Less than 50 % causes counterclockwise rotation
The commands SP, MV, MAV, ADL and ADR can also
be used here.
Make sure that APL0 is set, if you do not want the drive
to stop at the set range limits (LL)!
Simple velocity control using a potentiometer, circuit example with 3564K024B CC:
+24 V DC
1k
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3 Functional Description
3.3 Homing and limit switches
Available inputs for homing and limit switches:
Homing can be performed in two different ways:
a.) In “Homing mode” according to DSP402:
Modes of operation or OPMOD must be set to 6.
Homing Method, Homing Offset, Homing Speed
and Homing Acceleration are set using the object
dictionary (objects 0x6098, 0x607C, 0x6099 and
0x609A). The homing sequence is started with the
controlword and checked with the statusword
(see section 6.3.4 Homing Mode). The function
of the inputs is set using object 0x2310 (see section
6.2 Manufacturer-specific Objects).
AnIn
Fault
3. In
4. In and 5. In (MCDC only)
In brushless motors the zero crossing of the Hall sensor
signals is also available as index pulse, appearing once
per revolution. The index pulse of an external encoder
can also be connected to the fault pin; this allows for
a very repeatable system.
The AnIn and Fault connections are designed as interrupt inputs, which means that they are edge-triggered.
All other inputs are not edge-triggered, so that the
signal should last at least 100 μs long to be reliably
detected. The maximum reaction time to level changes
at all inputs is 100 μs.
b.) In FAULHABER Mode:
Modes of operation or OPMOD must be set to –1.
The function of the inputs and the homing behaviour
is set with the FAULHABER commands described below.
A previously stored homing sequence is then started
with the following FAULHABER commands:
Set levels of digital inputs:
Command
Function
Description
SETPLC
Set PLC-Inputs
Digital inputs PLC-compatible
(24 V level)
SETTTL
Set TTL-Inputs
Digital inputs TTL-compatible
(5 V level)
Command
Function
Description
GOHOSEQ
Go Homing
Sequence
Execute FAULHABER homing
sequence. A homing sequence
is executed (if programmed)
irrespective of the current mode.
GOHIX
Go Hall Index
Move brushless motor to Hall zero
point (Hall index) and set actual
position value to 0 (not available
on MCDC)
GOIX
Go Encoder
Index
Move to the encoder index at
the fault pin and set actual
position value to 0 (DC motor or
ext. encoder).
The signal level of the digital inputs can be set using the
above commands:
PLC (Default): Low: 0...7.0 V / High: 12.5 V...UB
TTL: Low: 0...0.5 V / High: 3.5 V...UB
Configure fault pin as reference or limit switch input:
Command
Function
Description
REFIN
Reference Input
Fault pin as reference or
limit switch input
The limit switch functions for the fault pin are only
accepted if REFIN is activated (setting must be saved
with SAVE or EEPSAV)!
Important: Configure the fault pin as an input before
applying external voltage!
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3 Functional Description
3.3 Homing and limit switches
Configuration of homing and limit switches in
FAULHABER mode:
Definition of homing behaviour:
The following commands use the following bit mask for
configuration of the limit switch functions:
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Analog input
Fault pin
3rd input
4th input
(MCDC only)
5th input
(MCDC only)
Function
Description
Hard Polarity
Define effective edge and polarity
of respective limit switches:
1: Rising edge and high level
effective.
0: Falling edge and low level
effective.
HB
Hard Blocking
Activate Hard-Blocking function
for relevant limit switch.
HD
Hard Direction
Presetting of direction of rotation
which is blocked by HB of the
respective limit switch.
1: Clockwise rotation blocked
0: Counterclockwise rotation
blocked
Description
Set Home Arming
for Homing
Sequence
Homing behaviour (GOHOSEQ):
Set position value to 0 at edge of
respective limit switch.
SHL
Set Hard Limit
for Homing
Sequence
Homing behaviour (GOHOSEQ):
Stop motor at edge of respective
limit switch.
SHN
Set Hard Notify
for Homing
Sequence
Homing behaviour (GOHOSEQ):
Send message to Master (statusword
bit 14=1) at edge of respective limit
switch.
If the drive is already located in the limit switch when
GOHOSEQ is called, it attempts to move out of the switch.
As the speed defined in HOSP would only drive the
mechanics further into the switch, the same velocity as
set in HOSP is used, but in the opposite direction.
Polarity and limit switch function:
HP
Function
SHA
In order to be able to execute a homing sequence with
the command GOHOSEQ, a homing sequence must be
defined for a specific limit switch!
Set or delete the bit at the position of the required input
for each command.
Command
Command
Example:
The following commands configure the drive to stop the
motor, set the actual position to 0, and notify the Master
when input 3 transitions to a high state.
HP4
SHA4
SHL4
SHN4
Homing Speed:
The Hard-Blocking function provides reliable protection
against overshooting of the range limit switch. If the HB
limit switch is activated, then the direction of rotation
set with HD will be blocked, i.e. the drive can only move
out of the limit switch. The speed stays at 0 rpm if target
velocities are in the wrong direction.
Command
Function
Description
HOSP
Load Homing
Speed
Load speed and direction
of rotation for homing
(GOHOSEQ, GOHIX).
Unit: rpm
Example: HOSP-100
Example:
Setting of the Hard-Blocking function for fault pin
and 4th input:
21 + 23 = 2 + 8 = 10 Ë ­­­HB10
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3 Functional Description
3.3 Homing and limit switches
Direct programming using HA, HL and HN commands:
Command
Function
Description
HA
Home Arming
Set the position value to 0 and
delete corresponding HA bit at
edge of respective limit switch.
Setting is not saved.
HL
Hard Limit
Stop motor and delete
corresponding HL bit at edge
of respective limit switch.
Setting is not saved.
HN
Hard Notify
Send message to Master
(statusword bit 14=1) and
delete corresponding HN bit at
edge of respective limit switch.
Setting is not saved.
HL/SHL command:
Positioning mode: When the edge occurs, the motor
positions itself on the reference mark with maximum
acceleration.
Velocity controller mode: The motor is decelerated at
the set deceleration value when the edge occurs, i. e.
it goes beyond the reference mark. Using a positioning
command (LA0, M) allows the system to return gracefully
to the reference mark. This method has the advantage of
no abrupt changes in motion.
These special commands can be used to define actions
that are to be triggered at an edge of the relevant input,
independently of a homing sequence. A programmed limit
switch function will remain effective until the preselected
edge occurs. The programming can be changed with a new
command before an edge occurs.
The settings are not saved with the SAVE command,
so all limit switches are inactive again after power cycling.
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3 Functional Description
3.4 Extended operating modes
The extended operating modes are only available in
FAULHABER mode:
Revolutions
...Revolutions commanded of the motor
Modes of Operation or OPMOD must be set to –1.
Pulses...Number of pulses at the frequency
input (= number of steps)
Use the CONTMOD command to revert from an extended
operating mode to normal mode.
STW...Step width (step width factor = number
of steps per pulse at frequency input)
3.4.1 Stepper motor mode
STN...Step number (number of steps
= number of steps per revolution)
Command
Function
Description
STEPMOD
Stepper Motor
Mode
Change to stepper
motor mode
Value range of STN and STW: 0 to 65535
In stepper motor mode, the analog input acts as frequency
input. The error output must be configured as rotational
direction input if the direction of rotation is to be changed
using a digital signal. Alternatively, the direction of rotation
can also be preset using the commands ADL and ADR.
Command
Function
Description
DIRIN
Direction Input
Fault pin as rotational
direction input
Function
Description
STW
Load Step
Width
Load step width for step motor
and gearing mode
STN
Load Step
Number
Load number of steps per revolution
for step motor and gearing mode
Example:
Motor should turn 1/1000th of a revolution
for each input pulse:
STW1
STN1000
The drive moves a configurable number of degrees for
each pulse at the analog input, and thus simulates the
function of a stepper motor.
The direction of rotation can be predefined with the
commands ADL and ADR, or using an external signal at
the fault pin (DIRIN command).
There are a number of considerable advantages in
comparison with a real stepper motor:
The acceleration and speed parameters (AC, DEC, SP) are
effective in stepper motor mode. These permit gentle
starting and stopping. The position range limits set using
LL can also be activated with the APL1 command.
he number of steps per revolution is easily
T
programmable and is only limited by the resolution
of the encoder
The individual step is easily configurable
There is no detent torque
The full dynamics of the motor can be used
The motor is very quiet
ecause of the encoder, there is no loss of steps
B
even under extreme loads
here is no current draw when the motor
T
reaches position
The system only consumes the energy it needs
he control electronics are already integrated
T
in the 3564K024B CC
Input:
Maximum input frequency: 400 kHz
Level: 5 V TTL or 24 V PLC-compatible, depending
on configuration.
Stepper motor mode enables position-accurate velocity
control; any rational ratios can be set for input frequency
to motor speed using step width and step number, in
accordance with the following formula:
Revolutions = Pulses ·
Command
STW
STN
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3 Functional Description
3.4 Extended operating modes
3.4.2 Gearing mode (electronic gearing)
Value range of STN and STW: 0 to 65535
Using gearing mode forces the attached motor to follow
an external encoder.
Command
Function
Description
GEARMOD
Gearing
Mode
Change to gearing
mode
The two channels of an external encoder are connected
to AnIn and AGND, which may need to be connected to
the 5 V encoder supply using a 2.7 kΩ pull-up resistor.
Function
Description
STW
Load Step
Width
Load step width for stepper
motor and gearing mode
STN
Load Step
Number
Load number of steps per
revolution for stepper motor
and gearing mode
Example:
Motor has to move one revolution at 1000 pulses of the
external encoder:
STW1
STN1000
The gear ratio can be set in accordance with the following
formula:
STW
Revolutions = Pulses ·
STN
Revolutions Command
The direction of rotation can be predefined with the
commands ADL and ADR, or using an external signal at
the fault pin (DIRIN command).
...Revolutions commanded of the motor
The acceleration and speed parameters (AC, DEC, SP) are
effective in gearing mode. These permit gentle starting
and deceleration. The position range limits set via LL can
also be activated with the APL1 command.
Pulses...Post-quadrature encoder pulses
STW...Step width (step width factor
= number of steps per encoder pulse)
STN...Step number (number of steps
= number of steps per revolution)
Circuit example:
Reference switch
Circuit example gearing mode for MCBL 3003/06 C
Error
output
Evaluation
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Protective functions:
Overtemperature
Overcurrent
Overvoltage
.
Set-point
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3 Functional Description
3.4 Extended operating modes
3.4.3 Analog positioning mode
3.4.4 Dual-loop PID control mode
(not available on MCDC)
In analog positioning mode, the position can be commanded
using a potentiometer or an external analog voltage.
Command
Function
Description
APCMOD
Analog Position
Control Mode
Change to position control via
analog voltage
For high-precision applications, an external encoder on
the end effector may be used to accurately control the
system. A word of caution is in order. Any backlash in
the system may lead to an unstable system causing
damage to mechanical components!
The full-scale deflection at 10 V is set using the LL command.
At –10 V the drive will move the motor an equal distance,
but in the opposite direction.
Command
Function
Description
LL
Load Position
Range Limits
Load limit positions (the drive does
not move out of these limits in
positioning mode, positive values
specify the upper limit and negative
values specify the lower limit).
APCMOD: Position value at 10 V
he resolution of the system is dependent upon the
T
resolution of the external encoder.
he motor velocity may be controlled by using the
T
Hall sensors or the external encoder.
he external encoder may be directly linked to the
T
motor shaft, but systems using an encoder on the end
effector will realize even more significant benefits like
higher precision.
Irrespective of the preset LL value, the maximum position
is limited to 3 000 000 in APCMOD. Note: The resolution
of the analog input is limited to 12 bit (4096 steps).
Hall sensors are still used for commutation.
Command
Function
Description
ENCMOD
Encoder
Mode
Change to encoder signals mode
(not for MCDC).
The direction of rotation can be predefined with the
commands ADL and ADR. The acceleration and speed
paramaters (AC, DEC, SP) are effective in APCMOD.
These permit gentle starting and stopping.
An external encoder signal serves
as position transducer
(the current position value
is set to 0)
Velocity control using a pulse width modulated (PWM)
signal:
If SOR2 is set in APCMOD, the pulse duty factor of a
PWM signal can be used as command position.
HALLSPEED
Hall sensor as
speed sensor
Hall sensors used to control motor
speed (not for MCDC)
ENCSPEED
Encoder as
speed sensor
External encoder used to control
motor speed (not for MCDC)
The two channels of the external encoder signals are
connected to AnIn and AGND, which may need to be
connected to the 5 V encoder supply using a 2.7 kΩ
pull-up resistor.
Default duty cycle at the analog input:
Greater than 50 % commands a positive position
Equal to 50 % commands target position = 0
The maximum limit position (value preset with the LL
command) covers the value range from 0 to 1800000000
for the positive and 0 to –1800000000 for the negative
limit position.
Less than 50 % commands a negative position
Absolute positioning within one revolution:
Thanks to the linear Hall sensors, the absolute position can
be recorded within one revolution on brushless motors.
This means that even if the power supply is disconnected,
the position determination supplies the correct position
value after restarting (if the rotor has only been turned
within one revolution).
Input:
Maximum input frequency: 400 kHz
Level: low 0...0.5 V / high 3.5 V… UB
Set encoder resolution:
The following commands enable the drive to be accurately
positioned in the voltage range 0 V to 10 V within one
revolution and to return to the correct position even
after the power has been cycled, without homing (not
available with the MCDC):
APCMOD ...change to analog positioning
LL3000 ...fix maximum position at 1 revolution
Command
Function
Description
ENCRES
Load Encoder
Resolution
Load resolution of external
encoder.
Value range: 0 to 65535
(4 times pulse/rev)
Example:
External encoder with 512 pulses: ENCRES2048
Set ENCRES to the post-quadrature value of the
encoder resolution, which is four times the resolution
of one channel per revolution.
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3 Functional Description
3.4 Extended operating modes
3.4.5 Voltage regulator mode
3.4.6 Analog control of current limit
To regulate the power supply to an effectively lower
DC voltage, configure the drive using the command
VOLTMOD. While current limiting is still active, the drive
will hold a constant voltage proportional to power supply.
This allows, for example, testing a brushed motor at
different voltages with a fixed voltage power supply.
The command SOR3 allows the drive to change current
limiting by using the analog input. A 10 V signal allows
the drive to induce as much current as is limited by the
setting for LPC. In this mode, the I2t calculation stops and
the LCC setting has no effect. Setting LPC beyond what
the motor can sustain may cause permanent damage!
Command
Function
Description
VOLTMOD
Set Voltage Mode
Activate voltage regulator mode
U
Set Output
Voltage
Output motor voltage.
Value: –32767...32767
(corresponds to -Uv...+Uv)
The motion controller only measures the magnitude of
the input voltage. A negative input voltage will not cause
reverse direction of rotation.
3.4.7 IxR control for DC controllers
Three options exist to control the output voltage:
CAN, analog input voltage, and PWM.
For speed-controlled applications with DC motors without an encoder, an IxR control is available on the MCDC.
In this mode, the motor speed is determined via an
internal motor model. Consequently, the encoder and
the associated wiring can be omitted. However, control
quality and accuracy are considerably restricted. This mode
is mainly suited for higher speeds and larger motors in the
FAULHABER range.
Using CAN requires first setting SOR0.
The command U sets the output voltage proportional
to the supply voltage. A value of 32767 passes the full
power supply voltage to the motor. A value of 0 passes
0 V to the motor. A value of –32767 passes the full
power supply voltage inverted.
Using an analog voltage requires first setting SOR1.
The input analog voltage will scale the output voltage
to the motor. A value of 10 V passes the full power
supply voltage to the motor. A value of 0 V passes 0 V
to the motor. A value of –10 V passes the full power
supply voltage inverted.
Using a PWM signal requires first setting SOR2.
A 100 % duty cycle passes the full power supply voltage
to the motor. A 50 % duty cycle passes 0 V to the motor.
A 0 % duty cycle passes the full power supply voltage
inverted.
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Command
Function
Description
IXRMOD
Set IxR Mode
Activate lxR control (MCDC only)
RM
Load Motor
Resistance
Load motor resistance RM as found
on the spec sheet
Unit: mOhm
KN
Load Speed
Constant
Load speed constant kn as found on
the spec sheet
Unit: rpm/V
3 Functional Description
3.5 Special functions of the error connection
The fault output pin can be configured to act as an input
or an output. Use the appropriate command found in
the following table to configure the pin for the desired
functionality.
Command
Function
Description
ERROUT
Error Output
Fault pin as error output
ENCOUT
Encoder Output
Fault pin as pulse output
(not available on the MCDC)
DIGOUT
Digital Output
Fault pin as digital output.
The output initializes to low logic
(pulled to GND)
DIRIN
Direction Input
Fault pin as rotational
direction input
REFIN
Reference Input
Fault pin as reference
or limit switch input
Fault pin as pulse output (not for MCDC):
In the ENCOUT mode the fault pin is used as pulse
output, which outputs an adjustable number of pulses per
revolution. The pulses are derived from the Hall sensor
signals of the BL motors and are limited to 4000 pulses per
second.
In ERROUT mode the output is set as soon as one of the
following errors occurs:
– One of the set current limitation values (LPC, LCC)
is exceeded
– Set maximum permissible speed deviation (DEV)
is exceeded
In DIGOUT mode, the error connection can be used as
universal digital output. The digital output can be set
or deleted via the following commands.
− Maximum coil or MOSFET temperature exceeded
In order to hide the transient occurrence of errors during
the acceleration phase, for example, an error delay can
be set which specifies how long an error must be present
before it is displayed at the error output:
Description
Delayed Current
Error
Delayed error output for ERROUT
in 1/100 sec.
Preset pulse number for ENCOUT.
Value range: 1 to 255
Fault pin as digital output:
− Overvoltage detected
Function
Description
Load Pulse
Number
For speeds that would generate more than the maximum
possible pulse number at the set LPN value, the maximum
number is output. The set pulses are precisely achieved,
but the timing does not necessarily have to exactly agree
(delays possible). Position determination via pulse counting
is therefore possible, provided that no change occurs in
the direction of rotation and the maximum possible pulse
number is not exceeded.
Fault pin as error output:
DCE
Function
LPN
Example:
Output 16 pulses per revolution at the fault pin: LPN16
In the case of 5000 rpm, 5000/60 · 16 = 1333 pulses per
second are output.
The REFIN and DIRIN functions have already been
explained in the relevant sections.
Command
Command
Example:
Only display error after 2 seconds: DCE200
If one of the above errors occurs, a corresponding
Emergency Object is sent to the CAN network!
Please consider the error mask in object 0x2320.
Only it is set at 1, the error status will be send.
See also chapter 6.2 Manufacturer-specific objects
under FAULHABER fault register.
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Command
Function
Description
CO
Clear Output
Set digital output DIGOUT
to low level
SO
Set Output
Set digital output DIGOUT
to high level
TO
Toggle Output
Switch digital output DIGOUT
3 Functional Description
3.6 Technical information
3.6.1 Sinusoidal commutation
Mode of operation of the current controller:
The 3564K024B CC and the MCBL 3003/06 C are characterised by a so-called sinus commutation. This means that
the preset rotating field is always ideally positioned in
relation to the rotor. As a result, torque fluctuations can
be reduced to a minimum, even at very low speeds. In
addition, the motor runs particularly quietly.
When the motor starts, the peak current is preset as
the set-point for the current controller. As the load
increases, the current in the motor constantly increases
until it finally reaches the peak current. The current
controller then comes into operation and limits the
current to this set-point.
In the current version, the sinus commutation has been
extended by a so-called flat-top modulation, which enables
15 % more modulation. As a result, higher no-load speeds
are possible. With the SIN0 command, the system can even
be set so that over 30 % more modulation is possible.
In this mode, the sinus commutation in the upper speed
range switches over to a block commutation. This full
modulation enables the complete speed range of the
motor to be utilised.
A thermal current model operating in parallel calculates
a model temperature from the actually flowing current.
If this model temperature exceeds a critical value,
continuous current is switched to and the motor current
is regulated to this. Only when the load becomes so
small that the temperature falls below the critical model
temperature is peak current permitted again.
Command
Function
Description
SIN
Sinus
Commutation
1: Only sinusoidal commutation
0: Block commutation in the
upper speed range
(full modulation possible)
The aim of this so-called l2t current limitation is to
prevent heating of the motor beyond the thermally
permissible temperature through appropriate selection
of the continuous current. On the other hand, a high
load should be temporarily possible in order to enable
very dynamic movements.
Functioning of the I2t current limitation:
3.6.2 Current controller and I2t current limitation
The FAULHABER motion controllers are equipped with an
integral current controller, which enables implementation
of a moment limitation.
I
I Duration
The following parameters can be set:
Command
Function
Description
LPC
Load Peak
Current Limit
Load peak current
Value range: 0 to 12000 mA
LCC
Load Continuous
Current Limit
Load continuous current
Value range: 0 to 12000 mA
CI
Load Current
Integral Term
Load integral term for current
controller
Value range: 1…255
I max.
I Limitation
T Model
I Motor
Tcritical
Load variation
Time
Time
1.) Peak current
FAULHABER command:
LPC8000 Ë set peak current to 8000 mA
3.6.3 Overtemperature protection
The current is limited to the peak current, provided
that the thermal current model calculates a non-critical
temperature.
If the MOSFET temperature of the external controllers
or the coil temperature of the 3564K024B CC exceeds
a preset limit value, the motor is switched off. The
following conditions must be fulfilled in order to
reactivate the motor:
2.) Continuous current
FAULHABER command:
LCC2800 Ë set continuous current to 2800 mA
Temperature below a preset limit value
Target velocity set to 0 rpm
If the thermal current model reaches a critical
temperature, limit is set to continuous current.
Actual motor speed less than 50 rpm
Note on determination of the coil temperature:
The housing temperature is measured and the power
loss concluded from the current measurement. The
MOSFET or coil temperature is calculated from these
values via a thermal model. In most applications, this
method represents a thermal motor protection device.
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3.6 Technical information
3.6.4 Undervoltage monitoring
Possible procedure:
If the supply voltage falls below the lower voltage
threshold, the power stage is switched off. The motion
controller remains active. When the voltage returns
within the permissible range, the power stage is switched
on again immediately.
a.) Set parameters of velocity controller:
3.6.5 Overvoltage regulation
If the motor is operated as a generator, it produces energy.
Usually power supply units are not able to feed this energy
back into the power line. Consequently, the supply voltage
at the motor increases, and depending on the speed, the
permissible maximum voltage may be exceeded.
1.) F irst of all you have to choose the right sampling
rate for the velocity controller depending on the
encoder resolution. With less encoder pulses you
need a lower sampling rate (i.e. ENCRES256 -> SR18).
For BL motors with internal encoder (3000 pulses)
the maximum sampling rate SR1 (100 µs)
is recommended.
Set initial configuration:
In order to avoid severe damage to components, the
3564K024B CC and the MCBL 3003/06 C contain a controller
which adjusts the rotor displacement angle
if a limit voltage (32 V) is exceeded. The MCDC 3003/06 C
contains a ballast circuit which is activated if a limit voltage (32 V) is exceeded. As a result, the energy generated
in the motor is converted, and the voltage of the electronics remains limited to 32 V. This method protects the
drive during generating operation and rapid braking.
Controller amplification = 8; POR8
Integral term = 20; I20
Speed
at 1/3 of the maximum application speed
(example V1000)
acceleration to highest value of application
Set
(example AC10000)
2.) Increase controller amplification
(step width 5, less subsequently); POR 13
3.) P
reset velocity jump from 1/3 of maximum
speed to 2/3 (example V2000)
4.) V
elocity jump from 2/3 to 1/3 and monitor
behaviour (example V1000)
5.) R
epeat steps 2 to 4, until the controller becomes
unstable. Then reduce controller amplification
until stability is reliably ensured.
6.) F ollow steps 2 to 5 with integral term
3.6.6 Adjustment of the controller parameters
The controller parameters are already preset for common
applications. However, in order to optimally adapt the
controller to the respective application, the controller
parameters must be optimized. Various theoretical and
practical adjustment rules exist, but these will not be
described in more detail here. A simple, practical method
of adjusting the controller is explained below.
b.) Set parameters of position controller:
The digital controller operates at a sampling rate of 100 μs.
When needed the sampling rate can be increased up to 2 ms.
Default value for P term: 8; PP8
The following controller parameters are available:
Command
Function
Description
POR
Load Velocity
Proportional
Term
Load velocity controller
amplification.
Value range: 1 – 255.
Corresponds to object 0x60F9
I
Load Velocity
Integral Term
Load velocity controller
integral term.
Value range: 1 – 255.
Corresponds to object 0x60F9
PP
Load Position
Proportional
Term
Load position controller
amplification.
Value range: 1 – 255.
Corresponds to object 0x60FB
PD
Load Position
D-Term
Load position controller D-term.
Value range: 1 – 255.
Corresponds to object 0x60FB
SR
Load Sampling
Rate
Load sampling rate of the velocity
controller as a multiplier of 100 µs.
Value Range: 1...20 ms/10
1.) Set initial configuration
2.) M
otion profiles appropriate for the application
must now be run. If the system does not function
stably with these settings, stability can be achieved
by reducing the I term of the velocity controller or
reducing the P term of the position controller.
3.) T
he P term of the position controller can now
be increased until the system becomes unstable,
in order to optimise the motion profile.
4.) T
he stability can then be restored through
the following measures:
Increasing the D term of the position controller
(example: PD20)
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Default value for D term: 15; PD15
Reducing the I term of the velocity controller
4 CANopen
4.1 Introduction
ANopen is a standard software protocol based on CAN
C
hardware (Controller Area Network).
The FAULHABER motion controllers support the CANopen
communication profile according to CiA DS301 V4.
The following communication objects are supported:
he international CAN organisation CAN in Automation
T
e.V. (CiA) defines the communication profile in DS301
(description of the communication structure and the
methods for parameter access, control and monitoring
functions).
– 3 transmit PDOs
− 3 receive PDOs
− 1 server SDO
− 1 emergency object
− NMT with node guarding (no heartbeat)
− No SYNC, no time stamp object
evice profiles are specified for the various devices,
D
such as DSP402 for drives and DS401 for I/O devices
(general device description from the user’s viewpoint).
The identifier configuration of the CANopen objects is
defined according to the “Predefined Connection Set”
(see section 4.5 NMT Network Management). The data
assignment of the PDOs is permanently preset (static PDO
Mapping).
ublic data are managed via the object dictionary
P
(parameter table, access to entries via index and subindex).
here are two data communication objects:
T
– PDOs (process data objects for control and monitoring)
– S DOs (service data objects for access to the object
dictionary)
Many manufacturers offer CANopen libraries for PC and
PLC systems through which the individual objects can be
easily accessed, without having to deal with the internal
structure.
F urther objects are available for network management,
node guarding and synchronisation.
FAULHABER Motion Manager 3 also enables easy access
to the individual objects via a graphic user interface.
ANopen supports up to 127 nodes per network
C
segment with transfer rates up to 1 MBit/s.
he communication is message-related; each
T
communication object receives its own 11 bit identifier.
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4.2 PDOs (Process Data Objects)
PDOs correspond to a CAN message frame with up to
8 bytes and are used for the transfer of process data,
i.e. control and monitoring of the device behaviour.
The PDOs are designated from the viewpoint of the
field device. Receive PDOs (RxPDOs) are received by
the field device and contain e.g. control data, while
Transmit PDOs (TxPDOs) are sent by the field device
and contain e.g. monitoring data.
RxPDO1: Controlword
11 bit identifier
2 bytes user data
0x200 (512D) + Node-ID
LB
HB
Contains the 16 bit controlword according to CiA DSP402,
which controls the state machine of the drive unit.
The PDO refers to the object index 0x6040 in the object
dictionary. The bit division is described in section 6.3.1
Device Control.
PDOs can only be transmitted if the device is in
“Operational” status (see section 4.5 NMT (Network
Management)).
TxPDO1: Statusword
PDO communication modes:
– Event-controlled: Data are sent by the device
automatically after a change.
11 bit identifier
2 bytes user data
0x180 (384D) + Node-ID
LB
HB
Contains the 16 bit statusword according to CiA DSP402,
which displays the status of the drive unit. The PDO refers
to the object index 0x6041 in the object dictionary. The bit
division is described in section 6.3.1 Device Control.
– Remote Request (RTR): Data are sent after a request
message frame.
– Synchronised (not supported): Data are sent after
receipt of a SYNC object.
FAULHABER motion controllers provide the following
PDOs:
– Receive PDO1: controlword according to DSP402
– Transmit PDO1: statusword according to DSP402
– Receive PDO2: FAULHABER command
– Transmit PDO2: FAULHABER request data (RTR)
– Receive PDO3: FAULHABER trace configuration
– Transmit PDO3: FAULHABER trace data (RTR)
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4.2 PDOs (Process Data Objects)
RxPDO2: FAULHABER command
11 bit identifier
5 bytes user data
0x300 (768D) + Node-ID
Command
LLB
LHB
HLB
HHB
Provides the FAULHABER channel for the transmission of manufacturer-specific commands. All parameters and control
commands of the drive unit can be transmitted using this PDO. 5 bytes are always transferred: the first byte specifies
the command and the following 4 bytes specify the argument as a Long Integer value. A description of the commands
is given in section 6.4 FAULHABER Commands.
TxPDO2: FAULHABER data
11 bit identifier
6 bytes user data
0x280 (640D) + Node-ID
Command
LLB
LHB
HLB
HHB
Error
FAULHABER channel for request commands. A request (RTR) on this PDO provides the data requested with the previously
sent command. 6 bytes are always transferred: the first byte specifies the command and the following 4 bytes the
desired value as a Long Integer, followed by an error code. The Error byte can also be used to check whether a Transmit
command has been successfully executed (1 = command successfully executed, for further error codes see section 6.4
FAULHABER Commands).
RxPDO3: Trace configuration
11 bit identifier
5 bytes user data
0x400 (1024D) + Node-ID
Mode1
Mode2
TC
Packets
Period
This PDO serves for setting Trace mode, which allows internal parameters to be read out quickly. The data configuration
looks like this:
Byte 0: Mode for Parameter 1
Byte 1: Mode for Parameter 2
Byte 2: Transfer with time code [1/0]
Byte 3: Number of packets to be transmitted per request (default:1)
Byte 4: Time interval between packets (default: 1 ms)
The possible operating modes for parameters 1 and 2 are described in section 5.2 Trace.
TxPDO3: Trace data
11 bit identifier
3 to 8 bytes user data
0x380 (896D) + Node-ID
Data0
Data1
Data2
Data3
Data4
Data5
Data6
Data7
A request (RTR) on this provides the Trace data according to the setting made via RxPDO3 (see section 5.2 Trace).
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4.3 SDO (Service Data Object)
The Service Data Object allows parameters to be read and written in the object dictionary (OD). Access occurs via the
16 bit index and the 8 bit subindex. The motion controller acts as server in this case, i.e. it provides data at the client’s
(PC, PLC) request (upload) and receives data from the client (download).
Byte0
Byte1-2
Byte3
Byte4-7
Command Specifier
16 bit index
8 bit subindex
1-4 byte parameter data
Ë Entry in the object dictionary
There are 2 different SDO transfer modes:
– Expedited Transfer: Transfer of maximum 4 bytes
– S egmented Transfer: Transfer of more than 4 bytes
As a maximum of 4 data bytes are transferred with FAULHABER motion controllers except for version and device name
requests, only Expedited Transfer is described here.
The message frames are always 8 bytes and structured as follows:
Reading OD entries: Client Ë Server, Upload Request
11 bit identifier
8 bytes user data
0x600 (1536D) + Node-ID
0x40
Index LB
Index HB
Subindex
0
0
0
0
Index HB
Subindex
LLB (D0)
LHB (D1)
HLB (D2)
HHB (D3)
Server Ë Client, Upload Response
11 bit identifier
8 bytes user data
0x580 (1408D) + Node-ID
0x4x
Index LB
Byte0 (0x4x) specifies the number of valid data bytes in D0-D3 and the transfer type and is coded as follows for
Expedited Transfer (≤ 4 data bytes):
– 1 data byte in D0: Byte0 = 0x4F
– 3 data bytes in D0-D2: Byte0 = 0x47
– 2 data bytes in D0-D1: Byte0 = 0x4B
– 4 data bytes in D0-D3: Byte0 = 0x43
Writing OD entries: Client -> Server, Download Request
11 bit identifier
8 bytes user data
0x600 (1536D) + Node-ID
0x2x
Index LB
Index HB
Subindex
LLB (D0)
LHB (D1)
HLB (D2)
HHB (D3)
Byte0 (0x2x) specifies the number of valid data bytes in D0-D3 and the transfer type and is coded as follows for
Expedited Transfer (≤ 4 data bytes):
– 1 data byte in D0: Byte0 = 0x2F
– 3 data bytes in D0-D2: Byte0 = 0x27
– 2 data bytes in D0-D1: Byte0 = 0x2B
– 4 data bytes in D0-D3: Byte0 = 0x23
If no specification of the number of data bytes is necessary: Byte0 = 0x22
Server Ë Client, Download Response
11 bit identifier
8 bytes user data
0x580 (1408D) + Node-ID
0x60
Index LB
Index HB
Subindex
0
0
0
0
Index HB
Subindex
Error0
Error1
Error2
Error3
Index HB
Subindex
Error0
Error1
Error2
Error3
Termination of the SDO protocol in the event of error:
Client Ë Server
11 bit identifier
8 bytes user data
0x600 (1536D) + Node-ID
0x80
Index LB
Server Ë Client
11 bit identifier
8 bytes user data
0x580 (1408D) + Node-ID
0x80
Index LB
Error3: Error class
Error2: Error code
Error1: Additional error code HB
Error0: Additional error code LB
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4.3 SDO (Service Data Object)
Error class
Error code
Additional code
Description
0x05
0x03
0x0000
Toggle bit unchanged
0x05
0x04
0x0001
SDO Command Specifier invalid or unknown
0x06
0x01
0x0000
Access to this object is not supported
0x06
0x01
0x0002
Attempt to write to a Read_Only parameter
0x06
0x02
0x0000
Object not present in the object dictionary
0x06
0x04
0x0041
Object cannot be mapped in PDO
0x06
0x04
0x0042
Number and/or length of mapped objects would exceed PDO length
0x06
0x04
0x0043
General parameter incompatibility
0x06
0x04
0x0047
General internal error in device
0x06
0x06
0x0000
Access terminated due to hardware error
0x06
0x07
0x0010
Data type or parameter length do not agree or are unknown
0x06
0x07
0x0012
Data type does not agree, parameter length too large
0x06
0x07
0x0013
Data type does not agree, parameter length too small
0x06
0x09
0x0011
Subindex not available
0x06
0x09
0x0030
General value range error
0x06
0x09
0x0031
Value range error: Parameter value too large
0x06
0x09
0x0032
Value range error: Parameter value too small
0x06
0x0A
0x0023
Resource not available
0x08
0x00
0x0021
Access not possible due to local application
0x08
0x00
0x0022
Access not possible due to current device status
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4.4 Emergency Object (Error Message)
The Emergency Object informs other bus subscribers of errors that have occurred.
The Emergency Object is always 8 bytes in size and structured as follows:
11 bit identifier
8 bytes user data
0x80 (128D) + Node-ID
Error0 (LB)
Error1 (HB)
Error-Reg.
0
0
0
0
0
The first two bytes contain the 16 bit error code, the third byte contains the error register, the following 5 bytes can
contain a manufacturer-specific additional code.
The error register identifies the error type. The possible error Typees are described in the OD under Index 0x1001
(e.g. Bit 4 = Communication Error).
The general errors are listed in the following error code table
(e.g. Error0=0x10, Error1=0x82: Error 0x8210: PDO not processed due to length error):
Emergency Error Codes
Error Code (hex)
Meaning
0000
no error
1000
generic error
2000
current
2300
2310
3000
3200
3210
4000
4200
4210
5000
5500
5530
6000
6100
8000
8100
current, device output side
continuous over current
voltage
voltage inside the device
over voltage
temperature
device temperature
over temperature
device hardware
data storage
flash memory error
device software
internal software
monitoring
communication
8110
CAN overrun (objects lost)
8120
CAN in error passive mode
8130
life guard error or heartbeat error
8140
recovered from bus off
8150
8200
8210
8220
transmit COB-ID collision
protocol error
PDO not processed due to length error
PDO length exceeded
8400
velocity speed controller (deviation)
8600
positioning controller
8611
following error
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4.5 NMT (Network Management)
After power-on and successful initialisation, the FAULHABER motion controllers are automatically in “Pre-Operational”
state. In this state, communication with the device can only occur via service data objects (SDOs) – as well as NMT
messages – in order to make or request parameter settings. The FAULHABER motion controllers are supplied with
sensible default settings for all objects, so that as a rule no further parameterisation is necessary at system start.
Usually, any necessary parameter settings are performed once, e.g. with the help of the FAULHABER Motion Manager,
and then stored permanently in the data flash memory. These settings are then available immediately after system start.
A single CAN message is sufficient to start a CANopen device:
Start Remote Node:
11 bit identifier
2 bytes user data
0x000
0x01
Node-ID
Or, to start the entire network:
Start All Remote Nodes:
11 bit identifier
2 bytes user data
0x000
0x01
0x00
The devices are then in “Operational” state. The device is now fully functional and can be operated via PDOs.
The status diagram is shown below:
Power on or Hardware Reset
(1)
Initialisation
(2)
(14)
(11)
Pre-Operational
(7)
(13)
Stopped
(6)
(3)
(12)
(10)
(5)
(4)
Operational
(8)
(9)
(1)
At Power on the initialisation state
is entered autonomously
(2)
Initialisation finished – enter PRE-OPERATIONAL
automatically
(3),(6)
Start_Remote_Node indication
(4),(7)
Enter PRE-OPERATIONAL_State indication
(5),(8)
Stop_Remote_Node indication
(9),(10),(11)
Reset_Node indication
(12),(13),(14)
Reset_Communication indication
In “Stopped” (“Prepared”) state, the device is in error status and can no longer be operated via SDO and PDOs.
Only NMT messages are received, in order to produce a status change. Status changes can be performed with the
help of the NMT services:
An NMT message frame always consists of 2 bytes on the identifier 0x000:
11 bit identifier
2 bytes user data
0x000
CS
Node-ID
CS: Command Specifier
Node ID: Node address (0 = all nodes)
The possible values for the Command Specifier CS are listed in the following table:
State transition
Command specifier cs
Explanation
(1)
–
The initialisation state is entered autonomously at power on.
(2)
–
The Pre-Operational state is entered automatically after initialisation,
and the boot-up message is sent.
(3), (6)
cs = 0x01 (1D)
Start_Remote_Node. Starts the device and releases PDO transmission.
(4), (7)
cs = 0x80 (128D)
Enter_Pre-Operational. Stops PDO transmission, SDO still active.
(5), (8)
cs = 0x02 (2D)
Stop_Remote_Node. Device goes into error state, SDO and PDO switched off.
(9), (10), (11)
cs = 0x81 (129D)
Reset_Node. Performs a reset. All objects are reset to Power-On defaults.
(12), (13), (14)
cs = 0x82 (130D)
Reset_Communication. Performs a reset of the communication functions.
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4.5 NMT (Network Management)
Boot-Up message:
After the initialisation phase, the FAULHABER motion
controller sends the boot-up message, a CAN message
with one data byte (Byte0 = 0x00), on the identifier of the
Node-Guarding message (0x700 + Node ID):
11 bit identifier
1 byte user data
0x700 (1792D) + Node-ID
0x00
Identifier distribution:
CANopen provides default identifiers for the most
important objects in the “Predefined Connection Set”.
These consist of a 7-bit node address (Node ID) and a 4-bit
function code, in accordance with the following diagram:
Bit-No.:
10
COB identifier
The Boot-Up message signals the end of the initialisation
phase of a newly activated module, which can then be
configured and started.
Node Guarding:
The current device status can be requested with the
Node-Guarding Object. The Master sends a request
(request message frame) to the Guarding Identifier
of the monitored node by setting a remote frame.
The node then responds with the Guarding message,
which contains the current node status and a toggle
bit.
Function Code
Object
Function
code (binary)
Resulting COB-ID
Communication
Parameters at Index
NMT
0000
0
–
SYNC
0001
128 (80h)
1005h
TIME
STAMP
0010
256 (100h)
1012h
Object
Function code
(binary)
Resulting COB-ID
Communication
Parameters at Index
EMERGENCY
0001
129 (81h)
– 255 (FFh)
1014h, 1015h
PDO1
(tx)
0011
385 (181h)
– 511 (1FFh)
1800h
PDO1
(rx)
0100
513 (201h)
– 639 (27Fh)
1400h
PDO2
(tx)
0101
641 (281h)
– 767 (2FFh)
1801h
PDO2
(rx)
0110
769 (301h)
– 895 (37Fh)
1401h
PDO3
(tx)
0111
897 (381h)
– 1023 (3FFh)
1802h
PDO3
(rx)
1000
1025 (401h)
– 1151 (47Fh)
1402h
SDO
(tx)
1011
1409 (581h)
– 1535 (5FFh)
1200h
SDO
(rx)
1100
1537 (601h)
– 1663 (67Fh)
1200h
NMT
Error
Control
1110
1793 (701h)
– 1919 (77Fh)
Node/Life Guarding
request
Node
Guard
Time
COB-ID = 1792 + Node-ID
Remote transmit request
0
1
7
t
confirm
6…0
s
Nmt Slave
indication
response
COB-ID = 1792 + Node-ID
Remote transmit request
request
Node
Life
Time
confirm
0
1
7
t
6…0
s
Node Guarding Event*
indication
indication
response
Life Guarding Event*
indication
*if guarding error
t: Toggle Bit. Initially 0, changes its value in each
Guarding frame.
s: Status:
s = 0x04 (4D): Stopped (Prepared)
s = 0x05 (5D): Operational
s = 0x7F (127D): Pre-Operational
Node ID
The FAULHABER motion controllers only operate with
these default identifiers!
The following diagram describes the Node-Guarding
protocol:
Nmt master
0
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4.6 Entries in the object dictionary
The configuration parameters are managed in the CANopen Object dictionary.
The Object dictionary is divided into three areas:
1. Communication parameters (Index 0x1000 – 0x1FFF)
2. Manufacturer-specific area (Index 0x2000 – 0x5FFF)
3. Standardised device profiles (0x6000 – 0x9FFF)
The 1st area contains the objects according to DS301, the 2nd area is reserved for manufacturer-specific objects, and the
3rd area contains the objects according to DSP402 supported by the FAULHABER motion controllers.
Each object can be referenced via its index and sub-index (SDO protocol).
Overview of the available objects:
a.) Communication objects according to DS301:
Index
Object (Symbolic Name)
Name
Type
Attrb.
0x1000
VAR
device type
UNSIGNED32
ro
0x1001
VAR
error register
UNSIGNED8
ro
0x1003
ARRAY
pre-defined error field
UNSIGNED32
ro
0x1008
VAR
manufacturer device name
Vis-String
const
0x1009
VAR
manufacturer hardware version
Vis-String
const
0x100A
VAR
manufacturer software version
Vis-String
const
0x100C
VAR
guard time
UNSIGNED16
rw
0x100D
VAR
life time factor
UNSIGNED8
rw
0x1010
ARRAY
store parameters
UNSIGNED32
rw
0x1011
ARRAY
restore default parameters
UNSIGNED32
rw
0x1014
VAR
COB-ID EMCY
UNSIGNED32
ro
0x1018
RECORD
Identity Object
Identity (23h)
ro
Parameter (22h)
ro
Server SDO Parameter
0x1200
RECORD
1st Server SDO parameter SDO
Receive PDO Communication Parameter
0x1400
RECORD
1st receive PDO Parameter PDO
CommPar (20h)
rw
0x1401
RECORD
2nd receive PDO Parameter PDO
CommPar (20h)
rw
0x1402
RECORD
3rd receive PDO Parameter PDO
CommPar (20h)
rw
Receive PDO Mapping Parameter
0x1600
RECORD
1st receive PDO mapping PDO
Mapping (21h)
ro
0x1601
RECORD
2nd receive PDO mapping PDO
Mapping (21h)
ro
0x1602
RECORD
3rd receive PDO mapping PDO
Mapping (21h)
ro
Transmit PDO Communication Parameter
0x1800
RECORD
1st transmit PDO Parameter PDO
CommPar (20h)
rw
0x1801
RECORD
2nd transmit PDO Parameter PDO
CommPar (20h)
rw
0x1802
RECORD
3rd transmit PDO Parameter PDO
CommPar (20h)
rw
Transmit PDO Mapping Parameter
0x1A00
RECORD
1st transmit PDO mapping PDO
Mapping (21h)
ro
0x1A01
RECORD
2nd transmit PDO mapping PDO
Mapping (21h)
ro
0x1A02
RECORD
3rd transmit PDO mapping PDO
Mapping (21h)
ro
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4.6 Entries in the object dictionary
b.) Drive profile objects according to DSP402:
Index
Name
Type
Attrb.
Meaning
0x6040
controlword
Unsigned16
rw
Drive control
0x6041
statusword
Unsigned16
ro
Status display
0x6060
modes of operation
Integer8
wo
Operating mode changeover
0x6061
modes of operation display
Integer8
ro
Set operating mode
0x6062
position demand value
Integer32
ro
Last target position
0x6063
position actual value
Integer32
ro
Actual position in increments
0x6064
position actual value
Integer32
ro
Actual position scaled
0x6067
position window
Unsigned32
rw
Target position window
0x6068
position window time
Unsigned16
rw
Time in target position window
0x6069
velocity actual sensor value
Integer32
ro
Current speed value
0x606B
velocity demand value
Integer32
ro
Target speed
0x606C
velocity actual value
Integer32
ro
Current speed value
0x606D
velocity window
Unsigned16
rw
End speed window
0x606E
velocity window time
Unsigned16
rw
Time in end speed window
0x606F
velocity threshold
Unsigned16
rw
Speed threshold value
0x6070
velocity threshold time
Unsigned16
rw
Time below speed threshold value
0x607A
target position
Integer32
rw
Target position
0x607C
homing offset
Integer32
rw
Reference point offset
0x607D
software position limit
ARRAY
rw
Area limits
0x607E
polarity
Unsigned8
rw
Polarity (direction of rotation)
0x607F
max profile velocity
Unsigned32
rw
Maximum speed
0x6081
profile velocity
unsigned32
rw
Maximum speed
0x6083
profile acceleration
Unsigned32
rw
Acceleration value
0x6084
profile deceleration
Unsigned32
rw
Braking ramp value
0x6085
quick stop deceleration
Unsigned32
rw
Quick stop braking ramp value
0x6086
motion profile type
Integer16
ro
Motion profile
0x6093
position factor
ARRAY
rw
Position factor
0x6096
velocity factor
ARRAY
rw
Speed factor
0x6097
acceleration factor
ARRAY
rw
Acceleration factor
0x6098
homing method
Integer8
rw
Homing method
0x6099
homing speed
ARRAY
rw
Homing speed
0x609A
homing acceleration
Unsigned32
rw
Homing acceleration
0x60F9
velocity control parameter set
ARRAY
rw
Parameters for speed controller
0x60FA
control effort
Integer32
ro
Controller output
0x60FB
position control parameter set
ARRAY
rw
Parameters for position controller
0x60FF
target velocity
Integer32
rw
Target speed
0x6510
drive data
RECORD
rw
Drive information
A detailed description of the individual objects is provided in section 6 Parameter Description.
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4.7 Drive control (Device control)
The FAULHABER motion controllers support drive
control according to CiA DSP402. This device profile
for drives is based on the CiA DS301 communication
profile and provides standardised objects for drive
control and configuration.
The drive behaviour is mapped in CANopen via a state
machine. The states can be controlled with the controlword and displayed with the statusword:
Power
Disabled
Fault
In addition to “Device Control”, the operating modes
“Profile Position Mode”, “Profile Velocity Mode” and
“Homing Mode” are also supported.
13
Fault
Reaction Active
Start
14
0
Not Ready to
Switch On
CAN network
Fault
CAN node
15
1
Switch On
Disabled
2
application layer and communication profile DS 301
Ready to
Switch On
3
Power
Enabled
Drive Profile 40
6
Switched On
8
4
5
Operation
Enable
modes of operation
10
12
9
Device Control
state machine
Homing Profile
Mode Position
Mode
7
11
16
Quick Stop
Active
After switch on and successful initialisation, the
FAULHABER drive is immediately in “Switch On Disabled”
state.
Profile
Velocity
Mode
A state change can only be performed when the device
is in “Operational” state (see section 4.5 NMT (Network
Management)).
The “Shutdown” command puts the drive in the
“Ready to Switch On” state (transition 2).
Motor
The “Switch On” command then switches on the power
stage. The drive is now enabled and is in “Switched On”
state (transition 3).
The “Enable Operation” commands puts the drive in the
“Operation Enabled” state, the drive’s normal operating
mode (transition 4). The “Disable Operation” command
returns the drive to the “Switched On” state and serves
e.g. to terminate a running operation (transition 5).
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4.7 Drive control (Device control)
The state changes shown in the diagram are executed by
the following commands:
Command
Transitions
Shutdown
2,6,8
Switch on
3
Disable Voltage
7,9,10,12
Quick Stop
7,10,11
Disable Operation
5
Enable Operation
4,16
Fault Reset
15
The commands for executing state changes are executed
through a special bit combination in the controlword.
The controlword is located in the Object dictionary under
Index 0x6040 and is generally transmitted with PDO1.
The meaning of the individual bits of the controlword
is explained in section 6.3.1 Device Control.
In the event of state changes, the FAULHABER motion
controller in its default setting automatically sends the
current statusword on PDO1. The current state can also
be requested at any time via a remote request on PDO1.
The statusword is located in the Object dictionary under
Index 0x6041.
The meaning of the individual bits of the statusword
is explained in section 6.3.1 Device Control.
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5.1 The FAULHABER channel
A special FAULHABER channel is available on PDO2, via
which all commands of the motion controller can be simply
executed.
Data request:
Depending on the mode set for parameters 1 and 2, 3 to
8 bytes are sent back on TxPDO3 after a request (RTR) on
TxPDO3:
For each FAULHABER command there is a corresponding
CAN frame with which the CAN unit can be operated,
similarly to the serial variant. All functions and parameters
of this drive unit can be accessed via this channel.
1.) M
ode1 between 0 and 15,
Mode2 at 255 (inactive)
Ë 3 byte ...
Section 6.4 FAULHABER Commands contains a complete
description of the FAULHABER commands.
1st byte: Low byte data
2nd byte: High byte data
3rd byte: Time code
The data are in Integer16 format.
5.2 Trace
2.) M
ode1 between 16 and 199,
Mode2 at 255 (inactive)
It is possible to trace operating data via PDO3, i.e. to read
data out online in a resolution of up to 1 ms. After setting
the desired trace type via RxPDO3, the values can be
requested in succession by means of requests to TxPDO3
(see section 4.2 PDOs (Process Data Objects)).
Ë 3 byte ... Coding as in 1.)
The data are in Unsigned16 format.
3.) M
ode1 between 200 and 255,
Mode2 at 255 (inactive)
Byte
Function
Ë 5 byte ...
0
Mode for parameter 1
The data are in Integer32 format.
1
Mode for parameter 2
255 = No second parameter
2
Transmission with time code
1 = With time code
0 = Without time code
3
Number of data packets
to be transmitted per request
Default: 1
4
Time interval between packets [ms]
Default: 1ms
Trace configuration:
RxPDO3:
1st byte: Lowest byte data
2nd byte: Second byte data
3rd byte: Third byte data
4th byte: Highest byte data
5th byte: Time code
4.) M
ode1 corresponding to 1.), 2.) or 3.) and
Mode2 less than 255:
Ë 5 to 8 byte
... Byte 1 to 2 (4):
Data bytes of Mode1
Byte 3 (5) to 4 (6) (8):
Data bytes of Mode2
Byte 5 (7): Time code
The data bytes of Mode2 are coded as for Mode1.
The following values are available
for parameters 1 and 2:
The time code corresponds to a multiple of the time
basis of 1 ms and defines the time interval to the last
transmission. If 2 Integer32 parameters are requested,
there is no more space for the time code in the CAN
frame, and configuration parameter 2 must therefore
be set to 0 (transfer without time code). The time
measurement must then occur in the Master.
0: Actual speed [Integer16, rpm]
1: Target speed [Integer16, rpm]
2: Controller output [Integer16]
4: Motor current [Integer16, mA]
44: Housing temperature [Unsigned16, °C]
46: Coil temperature [Unsigned16, °C]
200: Actual position [Integer32, Inc]
201: Target position [Integer32, Inc]
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6.1 Communication Objects according to DS301
Device Type
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x1000
0
device type
Unsigned32
ro
No
Specification of the device type
Contains information on the device type, divided into two 16-bit fields:
Byte: MSB
LSB
Additional Information
Device Profile Number
Device Profile Number = 0x192 (402D)
Error Register
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x1001
0
error register
Unsigned8
ro
No
Error register
Internal device errors are displayed in this byte as follows:
Bit
M/O
Meaning
0
M
generic error
1
O
current
2
O
voltage
3
O
temperature
4
O
communication error (overrun, error state)
5
O
device profile specific
6
O
reserved (always 0)
7
O
manufacturer specific
Pre-defined Error Field (error memory)
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x1003
0
number of errors
Unsigned8
ro
No
No. of stored errors
1
standard error field
Unsigned32
ro
No
Last error
2
standard error field
Unsigned32
ro
No
Further error…
The error memory contains the description of the last occurring error.
The standard error field is divided into two 16-bit fields:
Byte: MSB
Additional Information
LSB
Error Code
Errors are reported by the Emergency Object. The meaning of the individual error codes is described in section 4.4
Emergency Object (Error Message).
The error memory is deleted by writing a “0” to Subindex 0. If no error has occurred since switch on, then the object
only consists of Subindex 0 with the entry 0.
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6.1 Communication Objects according to DS301
Manufacturer Device Name
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x1008
0
manufacturer device
name
Vis-String
const.
No
Device name
Use the Segmented SDO protocol to read out the device name, as it can be larger than 4 bytes.
Manufacturer Hardware Version
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x1009
0
manufacturer
hardware version
Vis-String
const.
No
Hardware version
Use the Segmented SDO protocol to read out the hardware version, as it can be larger than 4 bytes.
Manufacturer Software Version
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x100A
0
manufacturer
software version
Vis-String
const.
No
Software version
Use the Segmented SDO protocol to read out the software version, as it can be larger than 4 bytes.
Guard Time
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x100C
0
guard time
Unsigned16
rw
0
Monitoring time
for Node Guarding
Specification of Guard Time in milliseconds, 0 switches the monitoring off.
Life Time Factor
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x100D
0
Life time factor
Unsigned8
rw
0
Time factor for lifeguarding
The Life Time Factor multiplied by the Guard Time gives the Life Time for the Node Guarding Protocol
(see section 4.5 NMT (Network Management)). 0 switches Lifeguarding off.
Store Parameters
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x1010
0
largest subindex supported
Unsigned8
ro
3
Number of
storage options
1
save all parameters
Unsigned32
rw
1
Saves all parameters
2
save communication
parameters
Unsigned32
rw
1
Only save communication
parameters
3
save application
parameters
Unsigned32
rw
1
Only save application
parameters
This object stores configuration parameters in the non-volatile flash memory.
A read access provides information on the storage options.
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6.1 Communication Objects according to DS301
The storage process is triggered by writing the signature “save” to the relevant subindex:
Signature MSB
ISO 8859
LSB
e
v
a
s
65h
76h
61h
73h
(“ASCII”)
hex
The object corresponds to the FAULHABER command SAVE.
Attention: The command may not be executed more than 10,000 times, as otherwise the function of the Flash memory
can no longer be guaranteed.
Restore Default Parameters
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x1011
0
largest subindex
supported
Unsigned8
ro
3
Number of
restore options
1
restore all
default parameters
Unsigned32
rw
1
Loads all
default parameters
2
restore default
communication
parameters
Unsigned32
rw
1
Only load default
communication
parameters
3
restore default
application
parameters
Unsigned32
rw
1
Only load
default application
parameters
This object loads the default configuration parameters (status at delivery).
A read access provides information on the restore options.
The restore process is triggered by writing the signature “load” to the relevant subindex:
Signature MSB
LSB
ASCII
d
a
o
I
hex
64h
61h
6Fh
6Ch
The parameters are only set to the default values at the next boot-up (reset).
If the default parameters are to be definitively saved, a save command must be executed after the reset.
COB-ID Emergency Message
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x1014
0
COB-ID EMCY
Unsigned32
ro
0x80
+ Node-ID
CAN Object Identifier
of the Emergency Object
Identity Object
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x1018
0
Number of entries
Unsigned8
ro
4
Number of object entries
1
Vendor ID
Unsigned32
ro
327
Manufacturer ID number
(Faulhaber: 327)
2
Product code
Unsigned32
ro
3150
Product ID number
3
Revision number
Unsigned32
ro
Version number
4
Serial number
Unsigned32
ro
Serial no.
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6.1 Communication Objects according to DS301
Server SDO Parameters
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x1200
0
Number of entries
Unsigned8
ro
2
Number of object entries
1
COB-ID Client Ë
Server (rx)
Unsigned32
ro
0x600
+ Node-ID
CAN Object Identifier
for Server RxSDO
2
COB-ID Server Ë
Client (tx)
Unsigned32
ro
0x580
+ Node-ID
CAN Object Identifier
for Server TxSDO
Receive PDO1 Communication Parameters
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x1400
0
Number of entries
Unsigned8
ro
2
Number of object entries
1
COB-ID
Unsigned32
ro
0x200
+ Node-ID
CAN Object Identifier
for RxPDO1
2
transmission type
Unsigned8
ro
255
PDO transmission type
Receive PDO2 Communication Parameters
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x1401
0
Number of entries
Unsigned8
ro
2
Number of object entries
1
COB-ID
Unsigned32
ro
0x300
+ Node-ID
CAN Object Identifier
for RxPDO2
2
transmission type
Unsigned8
ro
255
PDO transmission type
Receive PDO3 Communication Parameters
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x1402
0
Number of entries
Unsigned8
ro
2
Number of object entries
1
COB-ID
Unsigned32
ro
0x400
+ Node-ID
CAN Object Identifier
for RxPDO3
2
transmission type
Unsigned8
ro
255
PDO transmission type
Receive PDO1 Mapping Parameters
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x1600
0
Number of entries
Unsigned8
ro
1
Number of object entries
1
1st object
to be mapped
Unsigned32
ro
0x60400010
Reference to 16-bit
controlword (0x6040)
Receive PDO2 Mapping Parameters
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x1601
0
Number of entries
Unsigned8
ro
2
Number of object entries
1
1st object
to be mapped
Unsigned32
ro
0x23010108
Reference to 8-bit
FAULHABER command
2
2nd object
to be mapped
Unsigned32
ro
0x23010220
Reference to 32-bit
command argument
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6.1 Communication Objects according to DS301
Receive PDO3 Mapping Parameters
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x1602
0
Number of entries
Unsigned8
ro
5
Number of object entries
1
1st object
to be mapped
Unsigned32
ro
0x23030108
Reference to 8-bit
Trace Mode for Parameter 1
2
2nd object
to be mapped
Unsigned32
ro
0x23030208
Reference to 8-bit
Trace Mode for Parameter 2
3
3rd object
to be mapped
Unsigned32
ro
0x23030308
Reference to 8-bit
Trace time code setting
4
4th object
to be mapped
Unsigned32
ro
0x23030408
Reference to 8-bit Trace value
“Number of packets”
5
5th object
to be mapped
Unsigned32
ro
0x23030508
Reference to 8-bit Trace value
“Time interval”
Transmit PDO1 Communication Parameters
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x1800
0
Number of entries
Unsigned8
ro
2
Number of object entries
1
COB-ID
Unsigned32
ro
0x180
+ Node-ID
CAN Object Identifier
for TxPDO1
2
transmission type
Unsigned8
rw
255
PDO transmission type:
asynchronous
Transmit PDO2 Communication Parameters
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x1801
0
Number of entries
Unsigned8
ro
2
Number of object entries
1
COB-ID
Unsigned32
ro
0x280
+ Node-ID
CAN Object Identifier
for TxPDO2
2
transmission type
Unsigned8
rw
253
PDO transmission type:
asynchronous, only on
request (RTR)
Transmit PDO3 Communication Parameters
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x1802
0
Number of entries
Unsigned8
ro
2
Number of object entries
1
COB-ID
Unsigned32
ro
0x380
+ Node-ID
CAN Object Identifier
for TxPDO3
2
transmission type
Unsigned8
ro
253
PDO transmission type:
asynchronous, only on
request (RTR)
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6 Parameter Description
6.1 Communication Objects according to DS301
Transmit PDO1 Mapping Parameters
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x1A00
0
Number of entries
Unsigned8
ro
1
Number of object entries
1
1st object
to be mapped
Unsigned32
ro
0x60410010
Reference to 16-bit
statusword (0x6041)
Transmit PDO2 Mapping Parameters
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x1A01
0
Number of entries
Unsigned8
ro
3
Number of object entries
1
1st object
to be mapped
Unsigned32
ro
0x23010108
Reference to 8-bit
FAULHABER command
2
2nd object
to be mapped
Unsigned32
ro
0x23020120
Reference to 32-bit value
3
2nd object
to be mapped
Unsigned8
ro
0x23020208
Reference to 8-bit error code
Transmit PDO3 Mapping Parameters
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x1A02
0
Number of entries
Unsigned8
ro
3
Number of object entries
1
1st object
to be mapped
Unsigned32
ro
0x23040120
Reference to 32-bit
Trace value of Parameter 1
2
2nd object
to be mapped
Unsigned32
ro
0x23040220
Reference to 32-bit
Trace value of Parameter 2
3
3rd object
to be mapped
Unsigned32
ro
0x23040308
Reference to 8-bit time code
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6 Parameter Description
6.2 Manufacturer-specific objects
FAULHABER command
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x2301
0
Number of entries
Unsigned8
ro
2
Number of object entries
1
command
Unsigned8
rw
0
Command byte for
FAULHABER channel
2
argument
Unsigned32
rw
0
Argument for
FAULHABER command
This object is written via RxPDO2 and always contains the last transmitted FAULHABER command.
Return value of FAULHABER command
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x2302
0
Number of entries
Unsigned8
ro
2
Number of object entries
1
value
Unsigned32
ro
0
Return value of
FAULHABER command
2
error
Unsigned8
ro
0
Error code: 1=OK,
for further errors see
FAULHABER Commands
The content of this object is requested by means of a Request (RTR) on TxPDO2 and supplies the return value for
commands on the FAULHABER channel.
Trace configuration
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x2303
0
Number of entries
Unsigned8
ro
5
Number of object entries
1
mode1
Unsigned8
rw
0
Trace mode for Parameter 1
2
mode2
Unsigned8
rw
0
Trace mode for Parameter 2
3
time code
Unsigned8
rw
1
Data with time code
4
packets
Unsigned8
rw
1
Number of packets to be
transmitted per request
5
period
Unsigned8
rw
1
Time interval between
packets
This object is written via RxPDO3 and always contains the last transmitted Trace setting.
Trace data
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x2304
0
Number of entries
Unsigned8
ro
3
Number of object entries
1
value1
Unsigned32
ro
0
Last value of Parameter 1
2
value2
Unsigned32
ro
0
Last value of Parameter 2
3
time code
Unsigned8
ro
0
Last time code value
The content of this object is requested by means of a Request (RTR) on TxPDO3 and supplies the Trace data for the set
parameters. The last requested values are always temporarily stored.
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6 Parameter Description
6.2 Manufacturer-specific objects
Limit switch setting
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x2310
0
Number of entries
Unsigned8
ro
5
Number of object entries
1
Negative Limit
Unsigned8
rw
0
Lower limit switch
2
Positive Limit
Unsigned8
rw
0
Upper limit switch
3
Homing
Unsigned8
rw
0
Homing switch*
4
Notify
Unsigned8
rw
0
Notify switch**
5
Polarity
Unsigned8
rw
7
Polarity of switch
1: Pos. edge valid
0: Neg. edge valid
The function of the digital inputs can be set according to the following bit mask:
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Analog input
Fault pin
3rd input
4th input (MCDC only)
5th input (MCDC only)
Upon reaching the upper or lower limit switch, the drive is stopped and can only be moved out of the limit switch again
in the opposite direction (Hard Blocking).
* H
oming switches are only active in DSP402 Homing Mode; Polarity and Notify are not taken into account here, and
the position value is reset after execution of homing.
** Notify switches indicate activation with the statusword and setting of bit14. You can then query which switch has
triggered with Object 0x2311.
The settings of this object change simultaneously with the settings of the FAULHABER parameters HB, HD, HA, HN and HP!
Notify switch
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x2311
0
Triggered switch
Unsigned8
ro
0
Triggered switch
This object can be used to query which switch has triggered in accordance with the above bit mask after receipt of a
statusword message with bit14 set. Reading the object resets bit14 in the statusword again.
FAULHABER fault register
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x2320
0
Number of entries
Unsigned8
ro
3
Number of object entries
1
Internal fault register
Unsigned16
ro
0
Current internal fault
0=No fault
2
Emergency mask
Unsigned16
rw
0xFF
Faults that trigger an emergency
message frame
3
Fault mask
Unsigned16
rw
0
Faults that are treated as DSP402
errors and influence the state
machine (error state)
4
Errout mask
Unsigned16
rw
0xFF
Faults that set the error output
This object describes the treatment of internal faults.
The errors are coded as follows and can be masked by adding the required error Types:
0x1000 - Software overflow 0x0004 - Overvoltage
0x0001 - Current limit active
0x0100 - CAN error
0x0008 - Temperature error
0x0002 - Speed deviation
0x0010 - NVRAM error
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6 Parameter Description
6.3 Objects of the DSP402 profile
Set baud rate
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x2400
0
Baud rate
Unsigned8
ro
0xFF
Set baud rate
You can use this object to query which baud rate is set. The index of the set baud rate or 0xFF is returned if
AutoBaud is set:
Baud rate
Index
Baud rate
Index
1000 KBit
0
125 KBit
4
800 KBit
1
50 KBit
6
500 KBit
2
20 KBit
7
250 KBit
3
10 KBit
8
AutoBaud
0xFF
6.3.1 Device Control
The objects in this range serve to control and display the drive behaviour.
Controlword
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x6040
0
controlword
Unsigned16
rw
0
Drive control
X
1
1
X
0
1
1
1
X
2
Quick Stop
1
1
X
0
1
1
X
3
Enable Operation
X
X
X
X
0
1
X
4
New set-point / Homing operation start
5
Change set immediately
6
abs / rel
7
Fault reset
8
Halt
9
0
10
0
11
0
12
0
13
0
14
0
15
0
Fault
Reset
X
1
Operation
1
1
Enable
0
Enable Voltage
Operation
Switch on
1
Disable
Disable
0
Stop
Switch
on
Commands for Device Control State Machine
Quick
Function
Voltage
Bit
Shutdown
The controlword serves to control the drive state machine and is generally transmitted by means of RxPDO1.
The individual bits of the controlword have the following meaning:
0->1
Function
Description
New set-point
0: Do not set new target position
1: Set new target position
Change set
immediately
0: Finish current positioning and start a new positioning
1: Interrupt current positioning and start a new positioning
abs/rel
0: Target Position is an absolute value
1: Target Position is a relative value
Fault reset
0->1: Reset fault
Halt
0: Motion can be executed
1: Stop drive
The necessary command sequence at the start of a positioning, a speed control operation or a homing sequence is
explained subsequently in the section for the respective operating mode.
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6 Parameter Description
6.3 Objects of the DSP402 profile
Statusword
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x6041
0
Statusword
Unsigned16
ro
0
Status display
The statusword serves to display the current state of the drive state machine and is generally transmitted automatically in
the event of status changes, by means of TxPDO1.
Bit
Function
Not Ready
to Switch
On
Switch On
Disabled
Ready
to Switch
On
Switched
On
Operation
Enabled
Quick stop
active
Fault
reaction
active
Fault
The individual bits of the statusword have the following meaning:
Commands for Device Control State Machine
0
Ready to Switch On
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
0
1
Switched On
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
2
Operation Enabled
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
3
Fault
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
4
Voltage Enabled
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
5
Quick Stop
X
X
1
1
1
0
X
X
6
Switch On Disabled
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
Warning
8
0
9
Remote
10
Target Reached
11
Internal limit active
12
Set-point acknowledge/
Speed / Homing attained
13
Homing Error
14
Hard Notify
15
0
Function
Description
Warning
not used
Remote
not used
Target Reached
0: Target Position/Target Velocity not yet reached
1: Target Position/Target Velocity reached.
(Halt = 1: Drive has reached speed 0)
Set-point acknowledge
0: No new target position adopted yet (Profile Position Mode)
1: New target position adopted
Homing attained
0: Homing sequence not yet complete
1: Homing sequence successfully completed
Speed
0: Speed unequal to 0 (Profile Velocity Mode)
1: Speed 0
Homing Error
0: No error
1: Error
Hard Notify
0: No limit switch has triggered
1: A Notify switch has triggered
(see Object 0x2311 for which input has triggered)
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6 Parameter Description
6.3 Objects of the DSP402 profile
Bit 10 (Target Reached) is set when the drive has reached its target position in Profile Position Mode, or has reached
its target velocity in Profile Velocity Mode. Presetting a new set-point deletes the bit.
Bit 11 (Internal Limit Active) indicates that a range limit has been reached (Position Range Limit or Limit Switch).
Bit 12 (Set-point acknowledge/Speed) is set after receipt of a new positioning command (controlword with
New Set-Point) and reset when New Set-Point is reset in the controlword (handshake for positioning command).
The bit is set at velocity 0 in Profile Velocity Mode.
Modes of operation
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x6060
0
Modes of operation
Integer8
wo
1
Operating mode changeover
The following values are available:
1
3
6
-1
Profile Position Mode (Position Control)
Profile Velocity Mode (Velocity Control)
Homing Mode (Homing)
FAULHABER Specific Operating Mode
The individual operating modes are described in more detail later in this section. Modes 1 to 6 automatically switch the
drive into Normal Mode (CONTMOD) with digital set-point presetting (SOR0). The object corresponds to the FAULHABER
OPMOD command.
Modes of operation display
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x6061
0
Modes of
operation display
Integer8
ro
1
Display of set
operating mode
The set operating mode can be queried here. The return value corresponds to the values of Object 0x6060.
The object corresponds to the FAULHABER GOPMOD command.
6.3.2 Factor Group
The objects in this range serve for conversion between internal values and user-defined physical values.
Position Factor
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x6093
0
number of entries
Unsigned8
ro
2
Number of object entries
1
numerator
Unsigned32
rw
1
Dividend (numerator)
of position factor
2
feed_constant
Unsigned32
rw
1
Divisor (denominator)
of position factor
position_factor =
position_encoder_resolution · gear_ratio
feed_constant
The desired position unit for Profile Position Mode can be set with this factor (default: encoder resolution). The internal
position values are divided by the position_factor in order to produce the desired physical values.
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6 Parameter Description
6.3 Objects of the DSP402 profile
Velocity Factor
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x6096
0
number of entries
Unsigned8
ro
2
Number of object entries
1
numerator
Unsigend32
rw
1
Dividend (numerator)
of velocity factor
2
divisor
Unsigend32
rw
1
Divisor (denominator)
of velocity factor
velocity_factor =
position_encoder_resolution
velocity_encoder_resolution
The desired velocity unit can be set with this factor (default: 1/min). The internal velocity values are divided by the
velocity_factor in order to produce the desired physical values.
Acceleration Factor
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x6097
0
number of entries
Unsigned8
ro
2
Number of object entries
1
numerator
Unsigend32
rw
1
Dividend (numerator)
of acceleration factor
2
divisor
Unsigend32
rw
1
Divisor (denominator)
of acceleration factor
acceleration_factor =
velocity_units · velocity_encoder_factor
acceleration_units · sec
The desired acceleration unit can be set with this factor (default: 1/s²)
Polarity
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x607E
0
polarity
Unsigned8
rw
0
Polarity (direction of rotation)
The direction of rotation can generally be changed with this object:
Bit 7 = 1: Neg. direction of rotation in positioning mode
Bit 6 = 1: Neg. direction of rotation in velocity mode
6.3.3 Profile Position Mode
The objects in this range are available for Positioning Mode.
Target Position
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x607A
0
target position
Integer32
rw
0
Target position
The Target Position is the position to which the drive is to move in Profile Position Mode. To do this, it uses the current
settings for velocity, acceleration etc. The presetting occurs in user-defined units, according to the specified Position
Factor. The Target Position can be interpreted relatively or absolutely, depending on the type of positioning that is
preset via the controlword.
The object corresponds to the FAULHABER command LA or LR.
Software Position Limit
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x607D
0
number of entries
Unsigned8
ro
2
Number of object entries
1
min position limit
Integer32
rw
see spec.
Lower positioning range limit
2
max position limit
Integer32
rw
see spec.
Upper positioning range limit
The range limits specified here in relation to the reference position cannot be exceeded. The presetting occurs in
user-defined units, according to the specified Position Factor. The object corresponds to the FAULHABER command LL.
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6 Parameter Description
6.3 Objects of the DSP402 profile
Max Profile Velocity
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x607F
0
max profile velocity
Unsigned32
rw
see spec.
Maximum velocity
0x6081
0
profile velocity
Unsigned32
rw
see spec.
Maximum velocity
Maximum velocity during a positioning. The presetting occurs in user-defined units, according to the specified Velocity
Factor. The object corresponds to the FAULHABER command SP.
Profile Acceleration
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x6083
0
profile acceleration
Unsigned32
rw
see spec.
Acceleration value
The presetting occurs in user-defined units, according to the specified Acceleration Factor. The object corresponds to the
FAULHABER command AC.
Profile Deceleration
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x6084
0
profile deceleration
Unsigned32
rw
see spec.
Braking ramp value
The presetting occurs in user-defined units, according to the specified Acceleration Factor. The object corresponds to
FAULHABER command DEC.
Quick Stop Deceleration
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x6085
0
quick stop
deceleration
Unsigned32
rw
30000
Braking ramp value
for Quick Stop
The presetting occurs in user-defined units, according to the specified Acceleration Factor.
Motion Profile Type
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x6086
0
motion profile type
Integer16
ro
0
Type of motion profile
Only Motion Profile type 0 is supported: Linear ramp (trapezoidal profile).
Control Effort
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x60FA
0
control effort
Integer32
ro
0
Controller output
The object corresponds to FAULHABER command GRU.
Position Control Parameter Set
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x60FB
0
number of entries
Unsigned16
ro
2
Number of object entries
1
gain
Unsigned16
rw
see spec.
Position controller P-term
2
D constant
Unsigned16
rw
see spec.
Position controller D-term
Position controller parameters. The object corresponds to FAULHABER commands PP and PD. Parameters P and I of the
speed controller in object 0x60F9 (section Profile Velocity Mode) also influence the behaviour of the position controller!
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6 Parameter Description
6.3 Objects of the DSP402 profile
Two methods can be used to preset target positions:
Individual set-points:
After reaching the target position, the drive informs the Master that it has reached the target and can then move
to a new target position. The speed is usually 0 before a new positioning is started.
sequence of set-points:
A
After reaching one target position, the drive immediately moves to the next – previously assigned – target position.
This results in a continuous movement, without the need to decelerate the drive to speed 0 in between.
Both methods are controlled by the temporal sequence of bits 4 and 5 (New Set-point, Change Set immediately) of the
controlword and bit 12 (Set-point acknowledge) of the statusword. These bits enable preparation of a new set-point
while an old movement instruction is still being executed, via a handshake mechanism.
Procedure for individual positionings:
Prerequisite: NMT state “Operational”, drive state “Operation enabled” and Modes of Operation (0x6060) set to
Profile Position Mode (1).
1. Set Target Position (0x607A) to the desired value.
2. In the controlword set bit 4 (New set-point) to “1”, bit 5 (Change set immediately) to “0”, and bit 6 (abs/rel)
depending on whether absolute or relative positioning is required.
3. Drive responds with bit 12 (Set-point acknowledge) set in the statusword and commences positioning.
4. T
he drive indicates that it has reached the target position via the statusword with bit 10 set (Target reached).
An existing or new positioning instruction can now be started (New set-point).
velocity
v2
v1
t0
t1
t2
t3
time
velocity
Procedure for a sequence of set-points:
v2
Prerequisite: NMT state “Operational”, drive state “Operation Enabled” and Modes of Operation (0x6060) set to
Profile Position Mode
v1 (1).
1. Set Target Position
velocity (0x607A) to the desired value.
2. In the controlword set bit 4 (New set-point) and bit 5 (Change set immediately) to “1”, and bit 6 (abs/rel)
v2
depending on whether
absolute or relative positioning is required.
t0
t1
t2
t3
time
3. Drive responds vwith bit 12 (Set-point acknowledge) set in the statusword and commences positioning.
1
4. A
new positioning instruction can now be started (New set-point); with relative positionings, the new target
position is added to the last target position. The drive then moves to the new target position immediately.
5. The end of positioning is indicated by the statusword with set bit 10 (Target reached).
t0
t1
t2
time
t0
t1
t2
time
velocity
v2
v1
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6 Parameter Description
6.3 Objects of the DSP402 profile
6.3.4 Homing Mode
The objects in this range are available for Homing Mode. After switch-on, a homing sequence must generally be
executed in order to reset the position value on the homing limit switch.
Homing Offset
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x607C
0
Homing Offset
Integer32
rw
0
Zero point displacement from
the reference position
Homing Method
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x6098
0
Homing Method
Integer8
rw
20
Homing Method
All Homing Methods defined in DSP402 V2 are supported:
1 to 14: Homing with index pulse (if present)
17 to 30: Homing without index pulse
33, 34: Homing at index pulse (if present)
35:
Homing at current position
Methods 1 and 17: Homing at lower limit switch (Negative Limit Switch)
If the limit switch is inactive, the drive initially moves in the direction of the lower limit switch until its positive edge is
detected. If the limit switch is active, the drive moves up out of the limit switch until the negative edge is detected.
With Method 1 the drive then moves to the next index pulse at which the Home position is set.
Methods 2 and 18: Homing at upper limit switch (Positive Limit Switch)
If the limit switch is inactive, the drive initially moves in the direction of the upper limit switch until its positive edge is
detected. If the limit switch is active, the drive moves down out of the limit switch until the negative edge is detected.
With Method 2 the drive then moves to the next index pulse at which the Home position is set.
Methods 3, 4 and 19, 20: Homing at a positive Homing switch (Positive Home Switch)
Depending on the status of the Homing switch, the drive moves in one or the other direction until it reaches the falling
(3,19) or rising (4, 20) edge. The Homing switch only has one rising edge in the direction of the upper limit switch. The
FAULHABER parameter HP for the limit switch used is simultaneously set to 1 (rising edge).
19
3
19
3
20
4
20
4
Index Pulse
Home Switch
Home Switch
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6 Parameter Description
6.3 Objects of the DSP402 profile
Methods 5, 6 and 21, 22
Homing at a negative Homing switch (Negative Home Switch)
Depending on the status of the Homing switch, the drive moves in one or the other direction until it reaches the falling
(5,21) or rising (6, 22) edge. The Homing switch only has one
The
19 falling edge in the direction of the upper limit switch.
3
FAULHABER parameter HP for the limit switch used is simultaneously
set
to
0
(falling
edge).
19
3
Methods 7 to 14 and 23 to 30:
Homing at the Homing switch (Home Switch)
20
4
20
These methods use a limit switch that is only active within a defined path range.
Switch
A distinction is made in respect of theHome
reaction
to the two edges.
With methods 7 to 14, after detection of the edge the drive continues until the index pulse
at which the Homing position is set.
4
Index Pulse
Home Switch
Methods 7 and 23: Homing at bottom of falling edge.
Start in positive direction if switch is inactive.
Home Switch
Positive Limit Switch
Methode 8 and 24: Homing at the top of rising edge.
Start in positive direction if switch is inactive.
Methods 9 and 25: Homing at top of rising edge.
Start always in positive direction.
Methods 10 and 26: Homing at top of falling edge.
Start always in positive direction.
Methods 11 and 27: Homing at top of falling edge.
Start in negative direction if switch is inactive.
Methods 12 and 28: Homing at top of rising edge.
Start in negative direction if switch is inactive.
Methods 13 and 29: Homing at bottom of rising edge.
Start always in negative direction.
Methods 14 and 30: Homing at bottom of falling edge.
Start always in negative direction.
Methods 33 and 34: Homing at index pulse
Drive moves in negative (33) or positive (34) direction until the index pulse.
Method 35: The position counter is reset at the current position.
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6 Parameter Description
6.3 Objects of the DSP402 profile
Homing speed
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x6099
0
Number of entries
Unsigned32
ro
2
Number of entries
1
Speed during search
for switch
Unsigned32
rw
400
Speed during search
for switch
2
Speed during search
for zero
Unsigned32
rw
100
Speed during search
for zero point
The data are provided in user-defined units, according to the specified Velocity Factor.
Homing acceleration
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x609A
0
Homing acceleration
Unsigned32
rw
50
Acceleration during homing
The presetting is made in user-defined units, according to the specified Acceleration Factor.
Procedure for a homing sequence:
Prerequisite: NMT state “Operational”, drive state “Operation enabled” and Modes of Operation (0x6060)
set to Homing Mode (6).
1. Set Homing Mode (0x6098), Homing Speed (0x6099) and Homing Acceleration (0x609A) to the desired value.
2. In the controlword set bit 4 (Homing operation start) to “1” to start the homing sequence.
3. D
rive responds with bit 12 (Homing attained) set in the statusword when the homing sequence is complete.
If an error occurs during the homing sequence, bit 13 (Homing error) is set in the statusword.
An in-progress homing sequence can be interrupted by writing a “0” to bit 4 in the controlword.
6.3.5 Position Control Function
The objects in this range are used to monitor positioning operation.
Position Demand Value
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x6062
0
position
demand value
Integer32
ro
0
Preset value for
target position
Position Actual Value
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x6063
0
position actual value
Integer32
ro
0
Current actual
position (increments)
The internal encoder increments are output. The object corresponds to the FAULHABER command POS.
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6.3 Objects of the DSP402 profile
Position Actual Value
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x6064
0
position actual value
Integer32
ro
0
Current actual position (scaled)
Output occurs in user-defined units, according to the specified position factor.
Position Window
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x6067
0
position window
Unsigned32
rw
40
Target position window
Symmetrical area around the target position which is used for the “Target Reached” message. Presetting is in userdefined units, according to the specified Position Factor. The object corresponds to the FAULHABER command CORRIDOR.
Position Window Time
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x6068
0
position
window time
Unsigned16
rw
200
Time in target
position window
If the drive stays within the range of the position window for at least the time set here in milliseconds, bit 10 is set in the
statusword (Target Reached).
6.3.6 Profile Velocity Mode
The objects in this range are available for speed control operation.
Velocity sensor actual value
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x6069
0
velocity sensor
actual value
Integer32
ro
0
Current velocity value
The output occurs in user-defined units, in accordance with the specified Velocity Factor.
The object corresponds to the FAULHABER command GN.
Velocity demand value
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x606B
0
velocity
demand value
Integer32
ro
0
Target velocity
The output occurs in user-defined units, in accordance with the specified Velocity Factor.
The object corresponds to the FAULHABER command GV.
Velocity actual value
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x606C
0
velocity
actual value
Integer32
ro
0
Current velocity value
Identical value to 0x6069, with use of the integrated analog Hall sensors for velocity recording. The output occurs in userdefined units, in accordance with the specified Velocity Factor. The object corresponds to the FAULHABER command GN.
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6.3 Objects of the DSP402 profile
Velocity Window
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x606D
0
velocity window
Unsigned16
rw
20
End velocity window
Velocity range around the target speed, which is used to identify the attained end velocity. The presetting occurs in userdefined units, in accordance with the specified Velocity Factor.
Velocity Window Time
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x606E
0
velocity window time
Unsigned16
rw
200
Time in end velocity window
If the drive stays within the velocity range of the Velocity Window for at least the time set here in milliseconds, bit 10 is
set in the statusword (Target Reached).
Velocity Threshold
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x606F
0
velocity threshold
Unsigned16
rw
20
Velocity threshold value
Velocity range around 0 which is used to detect standstill. Presetting occurs in user-defined units, in accordance with the
specified Velocity Factor.
Velocity Threshold Time
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x6070
0
velocity threshold
time
Unsigned16
rw
0
Time below velocity
threshold value
If the drive stays below the velocity threshold value for at least the time set here in milliseconds, bit 12 is set in the
statusword (Speed = 0).
Target Velocity
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x60FF
0
target velocity
Integer32
rw
0
Target velocity
Target velocity is a nominal speed for the velocity controller. Presetting occurs in user-defined units, in accordance with
the specified Velocity Factor. The object corresponds to the FAULHABER command V.
Velocity Control Parameter Set
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x60F9
0
number of entries
Unsigned16
ro
2
Number of object entries
1
gain
Unsigned16
rw
see spec.
Velocity controller P-term
2
integration
time constant
Unsigned16
rw
see spec.
Velocity controller I-term
Parameters of the velocity controller.
The object corresponds to the FAULHABER commands POR and I.
6.3.7 Common Entries
Drive Data
Index
Subindex
Name
Type
Attrb.
Default value
Meaning
0x6510
0
1
number of entries
motor type
Unsigned8
Signed32
ro
rw
1
8
Number of object entries
Set motor type
0...9 BL motor
–1 DC motor
The motor type to which the control is set can be queried or set here (MCDC: only reading possible).
The object corresponds to the FAULHABER command MOTTYP/GMOTTYP.
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6.3 Objects of the DSP402 profile
The acceleration setting in object 0x6083 (section Profile
Position Mode) is also valid in both directions for the
velocity control mode when the target velocity is changed!
Start drive in velocity-controlled mode:
Prerequisite: NMT state “Operational”, drive state
“Operation enabled” and Modes of Operation (0x6060)
set to Profile Velocity Mode (3).
Set Target Velocity (0x60FF) to the desired velocity value.
Stop drive in velocity-controlled mode:
Set Target Velocity (0x60FF) to velocity value 0 or set
bit 3 to 0 in the controlword (“Disable Operation”).
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6.4 FAULHABER commands
The drive can be configured and controlled very easily with
the FAULHABER commands. All supported ASCII commands
of the serial variant are available as CAN message frames
on PDO2. The first byte always contains the HEX value of
the command, and the following 4 bytes can contain data:
TxPDO2: FAULHABER data
RxPDO2: FAULHABER command
11 bit identifier
5 bytes user data
0x300 (768D)
+ Node-ID
Command
LLB
LHB
HLB
HHB
To configure the drive via the FAULHABER channel the
device must be in “Operational” NMT state.
Some of the parameters can also be set via the object
dictionary, but others only via the FAULHABER channel.
11 bit identifier
5 bytes user data
0x280
(640D)
+ Node-ID
Command
LLB
LHB
HLB
Error
Explanation
1
Command successfully executed
-2
EEPROM writing done
-4
Overtemperature – drive disabled
-5
Invalid parameter
-7
Unknown command
-8
Command not available
-13
Flash defect
HHB
Example:
Certain parameters can only be set and used in the
FAULHABER operating mode Modes of Operation = –1
(object 0x6060 or command OPMOD), as they have a
direct influence on the drive behaviour.
Query actual position of node 3 (Command “POS”):
Transmit Id 303: 40 00 00 00 00
Request Id 283
Receive Id 283: 40 A0 86 01 00 01
The reaction to FAULHABER commands depends on the
transmission type set for TxPDO2 (OD index 0x1801):
Ë Actual position = 100000D
a.) transmission type = 253
After sending the command on RxPDO2 a request
(RTR) must be executed on TxPDO2 to get the answer
of query commands or to check transmit commands.
b.) transmission type = 255
The commands are immediately answered on TxPDO2.
6 bytes are always returned: the first byte specifies the
command and the following 4 bytes the desired value
as a Long Integer (for transmit commands: 0), followed
by an error code:
63
Error
6 Parameter Description
6.4 FAULHABER commands
6.4.1 Basic setting commands
The commands listed here are used for the configuration of basic setting parameters, which are stored in the Flash
data memory with the SAVE / EEPSAV command and reloaded from here after switch-on.
6.4.1.1 Commands for special FAULHABER operating modes
Only available in FAULHABER mode (Modes of operation = OPMOD = -1)
Command
Hex value
Data
Function
Description
OPMOD
0xFD
0
Operation Mode
CANopen operating mode:
-1: FAULHABER mode
1: Profile Position Mode
3: Profile Velocity Mode
6: Homing Mode
Corresponds to object 0x6060 (modes of operation)
SOR
0x8E
0-3
Source For Velocity
Source for velocity presetting
0: CAN interface (default)
1: Voltage at analog input
2: PWM signal at analog input
3: Current limitation value via analog input
CONTMOD
0x06
0
Continuous Mode
Switch back from an extended mode to normal mode
STEPMOD
0x46
0
Stepper Motor Mode
Switch to stepper motor mode
APCMOD
0x02
0
Analog Position
Control Mode
Switch to position control via analog voltage
ENCMOD
0x10
0
Encoder Mode
Switch to encoder mode (not for MCDC). An external encoder
serves as position detector (the current position value is set to 0)
HALLSPEED
0x3B
0
Hall Sensor as
Speed Sensor
Speed via Hall sensors in encoder mode
(not for MCDC)
ENCSPEED
0x12
0
Encoder as
Speed Sensor
Speed via encoder signals in encoder mode
(not for MCDC)
GEARMOD
0x1D
0
Gearing Mode
Switch to gearing mode
VOLTMOD
0x49
0
Set Voltage Mode
Activate voltage regulator mode
IXRMOD
0x50
0
Set IxR Mode
Activate lxR control (only MCDC)
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6.4 FAULHABER commands
6.4.1.2 Parameters for basic settings
Command
Hex value
Data
Function
Description
ENCRES
0x70
Value
Load Encoder Resolution
Load resolution from external encoder.
Value range: 0 to 65535 (4 times pulse/rev)
MOTTYP
0x84
0-9
BL Motor Type
Setting for connected BL motor (MCBL only).
0: BL special motor according to KN and RM
1: 1628T012B K1155
2: 1628T024B K1155
3: 2036U012B K1155
4: 2036U024B K1155
5: 2444S024B K1155
6: 3056K012B K1155
7: 3056K024B K1155
8: 3564K024B K1155
9: 4490H024B K1155
KN
0x9E
Value
Load Speed Constant
Load speed constant Kn according to specifications in data sheet.
Unit: rpm/V.
(Only necessary for MOTTYP0 or DC motor)
RM
0x9F
Value
Load Motor Resistance
Load motor resistance RM according to specification in data sheet.
Unit: mOhm.
(Only necessary for MOTTYP0 or DC motor)
STW
0x77
Value
Load Step Width
Load step width for step motor and gearing mode
Value range: 0…..65535
STN
0x64
Value
Load Step Number
Load number of steps per revolution for step motor
and gearing mode
Value range: 0…..65535
MV
0x85
Value
Minimum Velocity
Presetting of minimum velocity in rpm for velocity
presetting via analog voltage (SOR1, SOR2)
Value range: 0…..32767
MAV
0x83
Value
Minimum Analog Voltage
Presetting of minimum start voltage in mV for velocity
presetting via analog voltage (SOR1, SOR2)
Value range: 0…..10000
ADL
0x00
0
Analog Direction Left
Positive voltages at the analog input result
in counter-clockwise rotation of the rotor (SOR1, SOR2)
ADR
0x01
0
Analog Direction Right
Positive voltages at the analog input result
in clockwise rotation of the rotor (SOR1, SOR2)
SIN
0xA0
0-1
Sinus Commutation
1: No block commutation in the upper velocity range (default)
0: Block commutation in the upper velocity range
(full modulation) (not with MCDC)
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6.4 FAULHABER commands
6.4.1.3 General parameters
Command
Hex value
Data
Function
Description
LL
0xB5
Value
Load Position Range
Limits
Load limit positions (the drive cannot be moved out of
these limits). Positive values specify the upper limit and
negative values the lower.
The range limits are only active if APL1 is set.
Value range: -1.8 · 109…+1.8 · 109
Corresponds to object 0x607D
APL
0x03
0-1
Activate / Deactivate
Position Limits
Activate range limits (LL) (valid for all operating modes).
1: Position limits activated
0: Position limits deactivated
SP
0x8F
Value
Load Maximum Speed
Load maximum speed. Value range: 0 to 32767 rpm.
Setting applies for all modes.
Corresponds to object 0x607F
AC
0x65
Value
Load Command
Acceleration
Load acceleration value.
Value range: 0 to 30000 r/s2.
Corresponds to object 0x6083
DEC
0x6D
Value
Load Command
Deceleration
Load deceleration value.
Value range: 0 to 30000 r/s2.
Corresponds to object 0x6084
SR
0xA4
Value
Sampling Rate
Load sampling rate of the velocity controller as a multiplier of 100 µs.
Value Range: 1...20 ms/10
POR
0x89
Value
Load Velocity
Proportional Term
Load velocity controller amplification.
Value range: 1…255.
Corresponds to object 0x60F9
I
0x7B
Value
Load Velocity Integral
Term
Load velocity controller integral term.
Value range: 1…255.
Corresponds to object 0x60F9
PP
0x9B
Value
Load Position
Proportional Term
Load position controller amplification.
Value range: 1…255.
Corresponds to object 0x60FB
PD
0x9C
Value
Load Position Differential
Term
Load position controller D-term.
Value range: 1…255.
Corresponds to object 0x60FB
CI
0xA2
Value
Load Current Integral
Term
Load integral term for current controller.
Value range: 1…255
LPC
0x81
Value
Load Peak Current Limit
Load peak current.
Value range: 0 to 12000 mA
LCC
0x80
Value
Load Continuous Current
Limit
Load continuous current.
Value range: 0 to 12000 mA
DEV
0x6F
Value
Load Deviation
Load maximum permissible deviation of actual
velocity from target velocity (deviation)
Value range: 0…32767
CORRIDOR
0x9D
Value
Load Corridor
Window around the target position.
Value range: 0…65535
Corresponds to object 0x6067
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6.4 FAULHABER commands
6.4.1.4 Configuration of fault pin and digital inputs
Command
Hex value
Data
Function
Description
ERROUT
0x14
0
Error Output
Fault pin as error output
ENCOUT
0x11
0
Encoder Output
Fault pin as pulse output (not with MCDC)
DIGOUT
0x0A
0
Digital Output
Fault pin as digital output.
The output is set to low level.
DIRIN
0x0C
0
Direction Input
Fault pin as rotational direction input
REFIN
0x41
0
Reference Input
Fault pin as reference or limit switch input
DCE
0x6B
Value
Delayed Current Error
Delayed error output for ERROUT in 1/100 sec.
Value range: 1…65535
LPN
0x82
Value
Load Pulse Number
Preset pulse number for ENCOUT
Value range: 1…255
CO
0x05
0
Clear Output
Set digital output DIGOUT to low level
SO
0x45
0
Set Output
Set digital output DIGOUT to high level
TO
0x55
0
Toggle Output
Switch digital output DIGOUT
SETPLC
0x51
0
Set PLC inputs
Digital inputs PLC-compatible (24 V level)
SETTTL
0x52
0
Set TTL inputs
Digital inputs TTL-compatible (5 V level)
6.4.1.5 Configuration of homing and limit switches in FAULHABER mode
Command
Hex value
Data
Function
Description
HP
0x79
Value
Hard Polarity
Define valid edge and polarity of respective limit switches:
1: Rising edge or high level valid.
0: Falling edge or low level valid.
HB
0x73
Value
Hard Blocking
Activate Hard Blocking function for relevant limit switch.
HD
0x74
Value
Hard Direction
Presetting of direction of rotation that is blocked with HB
of respective limit switch.
1: Clockwise rotation blocked
0: Counterclockwise rotation blocked
SHA
0x8A
Value
Set Home Arming for
Homing Sequence
Homing behaviour (GOHOSEQ):
Set position value to 0 at edge of respective limit switch.
SHL
0x90
Value
Set Hard Limit for
Homing Sequence
Homing behaviour (GOHOSEQ):
Stop motor at edge of respective limit switch.
SHN
0x9A
Value
Set Hard Notify for
Homing Sequence
Homing behaviour (GOHOSEQ):
Send message to Master at edge of respective limit switch
(statusword bit 14=1).
HOSP
0x78
Value
Load Homing Speed
Load speed and direction of rotation for homing
(GOHOSEQ, GOHIX, GOIX).
Value range: -32767 to 32767 rpm.
HA
0x72
Value
Home Arming
Set position value to 0 and delete relevant
HA bit at edge of respective limit switch.
Setting is not stored.
HL
0x75
Value
Hard Limit
Stop motor and delete relevant HL bit at edge
of respective limit switch.
Setting is not stored.
HN
0x76
Value
Hard Notify
Send message to Master (statusword bit 14=1) and
delete relevant HN bit at edge of respective limit switch.
Setting is not stored.
Limit switch bit mask:
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Analog input
Fault pin
3rd input
4th input (MCDC only)
5th input (MCDC only)
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6.4 FAULHABER commands
6.4.2 Query commands for basic settings
6.4.2.1 Operating modes and general parameters
Command
Hex value
Data
Function
Description
GOPMOD
0xFE
0
Get Operation Mode
Display current CANopen operating mode:
-1: FAULHABER mode
1: Profile Position Mode
3: Profile Velocity Mode
6: Homing Mode
Corresponds to object 0x6061 (modes of operation display)
CST
0x58
0
Configuration Status
Set operating mode.
Return value binary coded (LSB=Bit 0):
Bit 0-2, Reserved
Bit 3-4, Velocity presetting:
0:SOR0 (CAN interface)
1:SOR1 (Analog voltage)
2:SOR2 (PWM signal)
3:SOR3 (current limitation value)
Bit 5-6, reserved
Bit 7-9, FAULHABER mode:
0:CONTMOD
1:STEPMOD
2:APCMOD
3:ENCMOD / HALLSPEED
4:ENCMOD / ENCSPEED
5:GEARMOD
6:VOLTMOD
7:IXRMOD
Bit 10, Power amplifier:
0:Disabled (DI)
1:Enabled (EN)
Bit 11, Position controller:
0:Switched off
1: Switched on
Bit 12, Analog direction of rotation:
0:ADL
1:ADR
Bit 13, Position Limits APL:
0:Deactivated
1:Activated
Bit 14, Sinus commutation SIN:
0:Permit block commutation
1:Do not permit block commutation
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6.4 FAULHABER commands
Command
Hex value
Data
Function
Description
GMOD
0x28
0
Get Mode
Set FAULHABER mode:
0: CONTMOD
1: STEPMOD
2: APCMOD
3: ENCMOD / HALLSPEED
4: ENCMOD / ENCSPEED
5: GEARMOD
6: VOLTMOD
7: IXRMOD
GENCRES
0x1E
0
Get Encoder Resolution
Set encoder resolution ENCRES
GMOTTYP
0x29
0
Get Motor Type
Set motor type 0-9 (MOTTYP)
-1: DC motor
GKN
0x4D
0
Get Speed Constant
Speed constant for MOTTYP0 or DC motor in rpm/V
GRM
0x4E
0
Get Motor Resistance
Motor resistance for MOTTYP0 or DC motor in mOhm
GSTW
0x39
0
Get Step Width
Set step width STW
GSTN
0x38
0
Get Step Number
Set step number per revolution STN
GMV
0x2A
0
Get Minimum Velocity
Set minimum speed MV in rpm
GMAV
0x27
0
Get Minimum
Analog Voltage
Set minimum start voltage value
MAV in mV
GPL
0x31
0
Get Positive Limit
Set positive limit position LL
Corresponds to object 0x607D
GNL
0x2C
0
Get Negative Limit
Set negative limit position LL
Corresponds to object 0x607
GSP
0x36
0
Get Maximum Speed
Set maximum speed SP in rpm.
Corresponds to object 0x6081
GAC
0x15
0
Get Acceleration
Set acceleration value AC in r/s2.
Corresponds to object 0x6083
GDEC
0x1B
0
Get Deceleration
Set deceleration value DEC in r/s².
Corresponds to object 0x6084
GSR
0x56
0
Get Sampling Rate
Set sampling rate of velocity controller in ms/10
GPOR
0x33
0
Get Velocity Prop. Term
Set amplification value of velocity controller POR
Corresponds to object 0x60F9
GI
0x26
0
Get Velocity Integral Term
Set integral term of velocity controller I
Corresponds to object 0x60F9
GPP
0x5D
0
Get Position Prop. Term
Set amplification value of position controller PP
Corresponds to object 0x60FB
GPD
0x5E
0
Get Position D-Term
Set D-term of position controller PD
Corresponds to object 0x60FB
GCI
0x63
0
Get Current Integral Term
Set integral term of current controller CI
GPC
0x30
0
Get Peak Current
Set peak current PC in mA
GCC
0x18
0
Get Continuous Current
Set continuous current CC in mA
GDEV
0x1C
0
Get Deviation
Set deviation value DEV
GCORRIDOR
0x62
0
Get Corridor
Set window around target position
Corresponds to object 0x6067
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6.4 FAULHABER commands
6.4.2.2 Configuration of fault pin and digital inputs
Command
Hex value
Data
Function
Description
IOC
0x5C
0
I/O Configuration
Set input/output configuration.
Return value binary coded (LSB=Bit 0):
Bit 0-7, FAULHABER Hard Blocking:
0-7: Function active for input 1-3
Bit 8-15, FAULHABER Hard Polarity:
0-7: Rising edge at input 1-3
Bit 16-23, FAULHABER Hard Direction:
0-7: Clockwise rotation stored at input 1-3
Bit 24, State of digital output:
0: Low
1: High
Bit 25, Level of digital inputs:
0: TTL level (5V)
1: PLC level (24V)
Bit 26-28, Function of fault pin:
0: ERROUT
1: ENCOUT
2: DIGOUT
3: DIRIN
4: REFIN
GDCE
0x1A
0
Get Delayed Current Error
Set value of error output delay DCE
GPN
0x32
0
Get Pulse Number
Set pulse number LPN
6.4.2.3 Configuration of homing in FAULHABER mode
Command
Hex value
Data
Function
Description
HOC
0x5B
0
Homing Configuration
Set homing configuration.
Return values binary coded (LSB = Bit 0):
Bit 0-7, SHA setting for input 1-8
Bit 8-15, SHN setting for input 1-8
Bit 16-23, SHL setting for input 1-8
(input 6-8: Reserved)
GHOSP
0x24
0
Get Homing Speed
Set homing speed in rpm
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6.4 FAULHABER commands
6.4.3 Miscellaneous commands
Command
Hex value
Data
Function
Description
SAVE
0x53
0
Save Parameters,
(EEPSAV)
Save current parameters and configuration setting to Flash
memory. The drive will also start with these settings when
next switched on. Corresponds to object 0x1010.
Attention: Command must not be executed more than 10,000
times, as otherwise the function of the Flash memory can no
longer be guaranteed.
RESET
0x59
0
Reset
Restart drive node.
Corresponds to NMT Reset Node.
RN
0x44
0
Reset Node
Set parameters to original values (ROM values)
(current, acceleration, controller parameters,
maximum speed, limit positions…).
FCONFIG
0xD0
0
Factory Configuration
All configurations and values are reset to the delivery status.
The drive is deactivated after this command.
The drive is only reactivated (with the ROM values) when the
supply is reconnected.
6.4.4 Motion control commands
The commands executed here are only available in FAULHABER mode (Modes of operation = -1).
Command
Hex value
Data
Function
Description
DI
0x08
0
Disable Drive
Deactivate drive
EN
0x0F
0
Enable Drive
Activate drive
M
0x3C
0
Initiate Motion
Activate position control and start positioning
LA
0xB4
Value
Load Absolute Position
Load new absolute target position
Value range: –1.8 · 109 ... 1.8 · 109
LR
0xB6
Value
Load Relative Position
Load new relative target position, in relation to last started
target position. Resulting absolute target position must be
between –2.14 · 109 and 2.14 · 109.
V
0x93
Value
Select Velocity Mode
Activate velocity mode and set specified value as target velocity.
(Velocity control)
Value range: –32767...32767 rpm
U
0x92
Value
Set Output Voltage
Output PWM value in VOLTMOD
Value range: –32767...32767 (corresponds to –Uv...+Uv )
GOHOSEQ
0x2F
0
Go Homing Sequence
Execute FAULHABER homing sequence.
A homing sequence is executed (if programmed)
independently of the current mode
GOHIX
0x2E
0
Go Hall Index
Move BL motor to Hall zero point (Hall index)
and set actual position value to 0 (not for MCDC)
GOIX
0xA3
0
Go Encoder Index
Move to the Encoder Index at the fault pin and set
actual position value to 0 (DC motor or ext. encoder)
HO
0xB8
0 / Value
Define Home-Position
Data = 0: Set actual position to 0.
Otherwise: Set actual position to specified value.
Value range: –1.8 · 109 ...1.8 · 109
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6 Parameter Description
6.4 FAULHABER commands
6.4.5 General query commands
Command
Hex value
Data
Function
Description
POS
0x40
0
Get Actual Position
Current actual position
Corresponds to object 0x6063
TPOS
0x4B
0
Get Target Position
Target position of last started positioning
Corresponds to object 0x6062
GV
0x3A
0
Get Velocity
Current target velocity in rpm
Corresponds to object 0x60FF
GN
0x2B
0
Get N
Current actual velocity in rpm
Corresponds to object 0x6069
GU
0x5F
0
Get PWM Voltage
Set PWM value in VOLTMOD
GRU
0x60
0
Get Real PWM Voltage
Current controller output value
GCL
0x10
0
Get Current Limit
Current limitation current in mA
GRC
0x34
0
Get Real Current
Current actual current in mA
TEM
0x47
0
Get Temperature
Current housing temperature in °C
OST
0x57
0
Operation Status
Display current operating status.
Return value binary coded (LSB = Bit 0):
Bit 0: Homing running
Bit 1-3: Reserved
Bit 4: Current limitation active
Bit 5: Deviation error
Bit 6: Overvoltage
Bit 7: Overtemperature
Bit 8: Status input 1
Bit 9: Status input 2
Bit 10: Status input 3
Bit 11: Status input 4
Bit 12: Status input 5
Bit 13-15: Res. for further inputs
Bit 16: Position attained
SWS
0x5A
0
Switch Status
Temporary limit switch settings.
Return value binary coded (LSB = Bit 0):
Bit 0-7: HA setting for input 1-8
Bit 8-15: HN setting for input 1-8
Bit 16-23: HL setting for input 1-8
Bit 24-31: Specifies which limit switch 1-8 has already switched
(is reset again when the respective input is reset).
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7 Appendix
7.1 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
7.1.1 Intended use
The FAULHABER motion controllers MCBL 3003/06 C,
MCDC 3003/06 C and 3564K024B CC have been checked
and tested in accordance with EMC directive 89/336/EEC
for compliance with EMC protective requirements.
The units are developed, manufactured, tested and
documented in compliance with the pertinent standards.
If used as intended, the units do not give rise to any risks
for people or property. Intended use assumes that the units
are used exclusively as described here and that all safety
instructions and regulations are complied with.
In nominal operation the system fulfils the requirements
of the following standards:
EMC emissions within the limits of the basic technical
standards for emitted interference in the industrial
sector EN 61000-6-4 (August 2002)
Intended use also includes observance of the pertinent
regulations in respect of safety (Machinery Directive) and
radio shielding (EMC Directive) when using the units.
EMC immunity in accordance with the basic technical
standards for interference resistance in the industrial
sector EN 61000-6-2 (August 2002), tested for:
Electronic devices are not fail-safe in principle. The user
must ensure that, in the event of failure of the device, the
drive is put into a safe condition.
lectrostatic discharges ESD with 4 kV (contact
E
discharge) and 8 kV (atmospheric discharge)
in accordance with EN 61000-4-2 (December 2001)
Dr. Fritz Faulhaber GmbH & Co. KG cannot accept any
liability for direct or consequential damages resulted from
misuse of the units.
F fields in accordance with EN 61000-4-3
H
(November 2003)
apid transients in accordance with EN 61000-4-4
R
(July 2002)
7.1.2 CE marking
The devices fulfil the requirements of DIN EN 61000-6-2
regarding immunity to interference in the industrial
sector and of DIN EN 61000-6-4 in relation to emitted
interference in the industrial sector.
ransient voltages in accordance with EN 61000-4-5
T
(December 2001)
onducted disturbance variables, induced by highC
frequency fields in accordance with EN 61000-4-6
(December 2001)
Protection against contact may need to be provided
around the units in order to comply with the Machinery
Directive. Depending on loading, temperatures above
85 °C can occur on the device surface.
agnetic field with power engineering frequencies
M
in accordance with EN 61000-4-8 (December 2001)
The following conditions must be fulfilled for compliance
with the requirements:
There are no requirements from the Low Voltage Directive,
as the operating voltage may not reach 50 V or over at any
point in time.
peration in accordance with the technical data and
O
the operating instructions
In order to fulfil the necessary standards for CE marking,
the line lengths from and to the motion controller must
not exceed 3 meters. All connecting lines must comply
with the state-of-the-art and all additional connection
and installation regulations in this description.
he supply line must be led through a suitable
T
ferrite tube with two windings (e.g. Würth Elektronik
no.: 742 700 90), as close as possible to the control.
Supporting measures for conducted interferences:
Further suppression measures are required, in order to
comply with the limit values on the DC connecting line
that are prescribed for AC supply points in accordance
with the above-specified standard (EN 61000-6-4).
In addition to the ferrite tube, a current-compensated
choke (e.g. Würth Elektronik no.: 744 825 605) with
electrolytic capacitor 470 µF must be installed in the
supply line, as close as possible to the control.
Additional circuits and measures such as e.g. ferrite tube,
suppressor diodes and shield connection may be required
to comply with special requirements.
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7 Appendix
7.2 Default configuration
The standard configuration parameters with which the units are delivered are listed below. These
settings can also be reloaded at any time with the command FCONFIG, followed by a hardware reset.
For the default values of the CANopen objects not listed here, please see the Parameter Description.
Baud rate and Node ID are each set to 0xFF, i.e. automatic baud rate recognition and invalid node number.
3564K024B CC:
FAULHABER
command
MCBL 3003/06 C:
Description
FAULHABER
command
CONTMOD
Normal operation
CONTMOD
Normal operation
APL0
Position limits deactivated
APL0
Position limits deactivated
SOR0
Velocity presetting via CAN
SOR0
Velocity presetting via CAN
MOTTYP8
Motor type 3564K024B
MOTTYP5
Motor type 2444S024B K1155
ERROUT
Fault pin = Error output
ERROUT
Fault pin = Error output
HP7
All inputs react to rising edge
HP7
All inputs react to rising edge
HB0, HD0
No Hard Blocking limit switch
defined
HB0, HD0
No Hard Blocking limit switch
defined
HOSP100
Homing Speed = 100 rpm
HOSP100
Homing Speed = 100 rpm
SHA0, SHL0,
SHN0
No FAULHABER homing sequence
defined
SHA0, SHL0,
SHN0
No FAULHABER homing sequence
defined
ADR
Analog direction of rotation right
ADR
Analog direction of rotation right
LPC8000
Peak current limitation = 8 A
LPC5000
Peak current limitation = 5 A
LCC2800
Continuous current
limitation = 2.8 A
LCC1370
Continuous current
limitation = 1.37 A
CANopen
object
CANopen
object
Description
AC30000
0x6083
Acceleration = 30000 r/s²
AC30000
0x6083
Acceleration = 30000 r/s²
DEC30000
0x6084
Deceleration ramp = 30000 r/s²
DEC30000
0x6084
Deceleration ramp = 30000 r/s²
Sampling rate = 100 µs
SR1
SR1
Sampling rate = 100 µs
I40
0x60F9
I-term of velocity controller
I40
0x60F9
I-term of velocity controller
POR8
0x60F9
P-term of velocity controller
POR7
0x60F9
P-term of velocity controller
PP12
0x60FB
P-term of position controller
PP16
0x60FB
P-term of position controller
PD6
0x60FB
D-term of position controller
PD9
0x60FB
D-term of position controller
I-term of current controller
CI50
Limitation of maximum velocity
to 12000 rpm
SP30000
MV0
Minimum analog velocity
MV0
MAV25
Minimum analog voltage
MAV25
CI50
SP12000
0x607F
I-term of current controller
0x607F
Limitation of maximum velocity
to 30000 rpm
Minimum analog velocity
Minimum analog voltage
LL1800000000
0x607D
Upper positioning range limit
LL1800000000
0x607D
Upper positioning range limit
LL-1800000000
0x607D
Lower positioning range limit
LL-1800000000
0x607D
Lower positioning range limit
LPN16
Numeric value for pulse output
LPN16
Numeric value for pulse output
STW1
Step width for special operation
STW1
Step width for special operation
STN1000
Step number for special operation
STN1000
Step number for special operation
ENCRES2048
Resolution of external encoder
ENCRES2048
Resolution of external encoder
DEV30000
Do not monitor deviation error
DEV30000
Do not monitor deviation error
DCE200
Error delay 2 sec.
DCE200
Target corridor for positionings
CORRIDOR20
SIN1
Do not permit block commutation
SIN1
SETPLC
Digital inputs PLC-compatible
SETPLC
Operating mode:
“Profile Position Mode”
OPMOD1
DI
Power power stage deactivated
DI
Power power stage deactivated
V0
Nominal speed value = 0 rpm
V0
Nominal speed value = 0 rpm
CORRIDOR20
OPMOD1
0x6067
0x6060
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Error delay 2 sec.
0x6067
Target corridor for positionings
Do not permit block commutation
Digital inputs PLC-compatible
0x6060
Operating mode:
“Profile Position Mode”
7 Appendix
7.2 Default configuration
MCDC 3003/06 C:
FAULHABER
command
CANopenobject
Description
CONTMOD
Normal operation
APL0
Position limits deactivated
SOR0
Velocity presetting via CAN
ERROUT
Fault pin = error output
HP31
All inputs react to rising edge
HB0, HD0
No Hard Blocking limit switch
defined
HOSP100
Homing speed = 100 rpm
SHA0, SHL0,
SHN0
No FAULHABER homing sequence
defined
ADR
Analog direction of rotation right
LPC10000
Peak current limitation = 10 A
LCC5000
Continuous current
limitation = 5 A
AC30000
0x6083
Acceleration = 30000 r/s²
DEC30000
0x6084
Deceleration ramp = 30000 r/s²
I50
0x60F9
I-term of velocity controller
POR10
0x60F9
P-term of velocity controller
PP10
0x60FB
P-term of position controller
PD5
0x60FB
D-term of position controller
SR1
Sampling rate = 100 µs
CI40
SP30000
I-term of current controller
0x607F
MV0
Limitation of maximum velocity
to 30000 rpm
Minimum analog velocity
MAV25
Minimum analog voltage
LL1800000000
0x607D
Upper positioning range limit
LL-1800000000
0x607D
Lower positioning range limit
LPN16
Numeric value for pulse output
STW1
Step width for special operation
STN1000
Step number for special operation
ENCRES2048
Resolution of external encoder
DEV30000
Deviation error not monitored
DCE200
CORRIDOR20
Error delay 2 sec.
0x6067
SETPLC
OPMOD1
Target corridor for positionings
Digital inputs PLC-compatible
0x6060
Operating mode:
“Profile Position Mode”
RM3300
Motor resistance = 3.3 Ω
KN398
Velocity constant = 398 rpm/V
DI
Power power stage deactivated
V0
Nominal speed value = 0 rpm
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