User Manual

User Manual
Version of 01.01.2012
User Manual
Quattroflow-150 Series
4-Piston Diaphragm Pump
These two photographs show the Quattroflow-150 S pump. The left one is equipped a stainless steel
motor cover and the integrated control panel. The right one is the system integrable version of the
Quattroflow-150S, without a stainless steel motor cover and with a seperate control panel.
Safety
These operating instructions contain advices to be observed during installation,
operation and maintenance. Therefore, prior to mounting and commissioning, these
operating instructions must be read by the user and must always be available at the
place of installation.
Performance Data
The exact performance data applying to the pump are to be taken from the order
data sheet.
These Operating and Maintenance instructions contain information from the pump
manufacturer. They may need to be supplemented by instructions of the operator
company for its personnel.
ALMATEC Maschinenbau GmbH is constantly working on improvements of the
pump. Modifications of the design or materials might be done without prior notice.
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1. General
1.1
1.2
Appropriate Specification
Labelling of the Pump
2. Safety
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.9
2.10
Marking of hints in the operating instructions
Personnel qualification and personnel training
Responsible working
Dangers in case of non-compliance with the safety hints
Safety hints fort the user and/or operator
Safety hints for maintenance, inspection and mounting operations
Arbitrary reconstruction and spare part production
Attention! Warning hints!
Attention! Safety hints!
3. Description of the Quattroflow-150 S Pump
3.1
Application and range of utilization of the Quattroflow-150 S pump
3.2
Typical application of the Quattroflow-150 S pump
3.3
Description of the function of the Quattroflow-150 S pump
3.4
The control panel
3.5
Start-up
4. Maintenance and servicing of the Quattroflow-150 S pump
4.1
Dismounting of the pump chamber
4.2
Mounting of the pump chamber
4.3
Changing of the diaphragms and valves
4.4
Changing of the ball bearing unit (shaft-ball bearing-cap plate)
5. Operating troubles, causes and remedial actions
5.1
Pump does not start
5.2
Pump does not prime
5.3
Delivery is not obtained
5.4
Pressure head is not obtained
5.5
Irregular pump delivery
5.6
Pump operates noisily
5.7
Pump is leaky
5.8
Motor gets to warm
5.9
Display show error code
6. Performance chart of the Quattroflow-150 S pump
6.1
Diagram 1 Discharge as function of pump rpm
7. Technical data of the Quattroflow-150 S pump
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1. General:
1.1 Appropriate specification
This User Manual is valid fort the Quattroflow-150 S pump
No liability will be undertaken for any damages caused by non-compliance with the operating
instructions and service conditions! Original spare parts serve safety purposes. The use of
other parts may cancel the liability for the consequences resulting therefrom.
Manufacturer: ALMATEC Maschinenbau GmbH
Carl-Friedrich-Gauss-Str. 5
D-47475 Kamp-Lintfort
Germany
Phone:
Fax:
e-mail:
Internet:
+49 2842 961-0
+49 2842 961-40
[email protected]
www.quattroflow.com
1.2 Labelling of the pump
The type label of each Quattroflow pump can be seen on the bottom of the base plate.
Besides the serial No of the pump head is punshed in, at the front cover.
Quattroflow-150 S with 50W brushless DC
motor in a stainless steel housing
Power switch
Control panel
Power kable
The type lable on the bottom of the base plate
CE-sign, protection class: IP55
Safty lable: 6 bar ! Do not remove !
Serial No. is punched in, at the front of the pump!
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2. Safety
These operating instructions contain basic hints to be observed during installation, operation and
maintenance. Therefore, prior to mounting and commissioning, these operating instructions must by
all means be read by the fitter as well as the pertinent expert personnel/customer and must always be
available at the place of installation of the pump. Not only are the general safety hints listed under this
item “Safety” to be observed, but also the special safety hints such as for specific use at the user’s
site.
2.1 Marking of hints in the operating instructions
The safety hints contained in these operating instructions which, in case of non-compliance, may cause
danger to personnel, are particularly marked with the danger symbol.
Safety sign according DIN 4844 - W 9
In case of warning against electric voltage with:
Safety sign according DIN 4844 – W8
Safety hints which, in case of non-compliance, may cause danger to the pump itself or to parts of the
systems are particularly marked with
the word:
ATTENTION!
Marking labels at the pump e.g.
-
Pmax 6bar
Direction of flow
must not be removed and care have to be taken that these labels are readable.
2.2 Safety hints for maintenance, inspection, mounting and operation
The customer shall see to it that all maintenance, inspection and mounting operations are performed
by authorized and qualified expert personnel who have sufficiently informed themselves by thoroughly
studying the operating instructions. Basically, operations at the machine must be performed during
standstill only. Pumps handling noxious fluids must be decontaminated.
2.3 Responsible working
Please follow strictly the safety guidelines that are issued for your particular enviroment. Eg. the
handling of chemicals, like caustic or acid, the handling of biological materials, the handling of tubing,
piping, instrumentation, fittings etc.
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2.4 Dangers in case of non-compliance with safety hints
In case of non-compliance with the safety hints may cause danger to personnel, equipment and
enviroment.
It can cause:
- Failure of the proper function of the pump/system.
- Danger to personnel by electrical, mechanical, chemical, biological impacts.
- Danger to equipment and enviroment
2.5 Safety hints for the user / operator
- In case of hot parts (e.g. while CIP or SIP) protective measures have to be taken.
- Protecting covers of moving parts (e.g. coupling, cover of motor) must not be removed.
- Leakages of dangerous materials to be handled must be discharged so as not to result in danger to
persons or he enviroment. Legal stipulations are to be obeserved.
- Dangers by electrical energy are to be excluded (for details with regard to hereto, please refer to the
regulations of the VDE and the local energy supply associations.
2.6 Safety hints for maintenance, inspection and mounting operations
The customer shall see to it that all maintenance, inspection and mounting operations are performed
by authorized and qualified expert personnel who have informed themselves by thoroughly studying the
operating instructions.
Basically operations at the machine must be performed during standstill only.
Disconnect mains supply before opening the electrical cabinets (control box).
Pumps or aggregates handling noxious fluids (e.g. caustic, bio hazardous) must be decontaminated.
Prior to restarting all items and the pump are to be observed.
2.7 Arbitrary reconstruction and spare part construction
Reconstruction of or changes to the machine are only admissible after consultation with the manufacturer.
Original spare parts and accessories authorized by the manufacturer serve safety purposes.
The use of other parts may cancel the liability for the consequences resulting herefrom.
2.8 Inadmissible modes of operation
The operating safety of the machine supplied is only ensured with due application according to the operating
instructions. The limit values given in the data sheet must by no means exceeded.
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2.9 Attention! Warning hints!
These warning hints are to prevent the user from an inadmissible mode of
operation. These warning hints are to be strictly followed to avoid any damage
of the pump and/or any danger to personnel.
Diapragm pumps are positive displacement pumps and can theoretically generate an
infinitely high pressure. With the discharge line closed, e.g. by clogging or by incidental
closing of a valve, the pressure generated by the pump may reach a multiple of the
admissible pressure of the plant. This may lead to bursting of the diaphragm or lines
which must be absolutely avoided especially when handling dangerous products.
Diameter of the suction line need to be sufficient to avoid cavitation.
The use of a safety device (e.g. pressure switch) can be necessary.
Please make sure that prior to the start of the pump the discharge line is checked. Make sure that
there is no flow restriction in the discharge line to avoid any over pressure (e.g. closed valve).
Check all seals (e.g. TC clamps) before the pump is started.
The maximum discharge pressure depends on the temperature of the fluid.
pmax at room temperature = 6 barg
pmax at 90° C
= 3 barg
Please allow the pump to cool down after heat treatment (e.g. CIP / SIP).
Flush the pump prior to use with appropriate fluid (e.g. buffer)
Foundation design: The foundation must be designed so that it can take the weight of the
pump aggregate on the entire surface.
Please make sure that the pump is operated with the proper mains voltage and frequeny to
avoid damages and electrical danger.
Due to the versatile possibilities to use the Quattroflow-150 s pump it is highly
recommended to check case by case if the Quattroflow-150 S pump will be the right
tool for the specific application. The user/operator is responsible to perform a proper
method of testing if the pump should be applied for his specific application.
The chemical and thermal compatibility of the elastomeric parts of the pump with the fluid that will be
pumped are to be checked by the operator before the first process run.
E.g. Oily, fatty fluids or solvents might cause a swelling and/or destruction of the elastomeric
components.
If in doubt, please contact the manufacturer!
Operating the pump in humid or aggressive air can cause damages to the motor and control
box.
The control box should not be exposed to spray/splash water or to heat sources.
If the Quattroflow-150 S pump is to be used under rough conditions, the manufacturer can supply
special equipment, like motors and controls.
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2.10 Attention! Safety Hints!
The following safety hints notify you of the potential of bodily harm or life
danger of the user/operators!
Please read and follow the safety hints and warnings to avoid any risk of bodily harm, life
danger and/or the damage of equipment.
Please keep this User Manual available. Make sure that the operators of the pump have read
and understood the User Manual. A training session might be appropriate.
We recommend to install specific warning labels at the system.
Disconnect mains before doing any maintenance!
The housing of the control box is to be opened only by skilled personnel.
Check the electrical cables before connecting to mains supply.
The Quattroflow-150 S is a positive displacement pump and can theoretically generate an
infintely high pressure even at low speed (rpm). Prior to each start of the pump check and
make sure that the discharge line is not closed or restricted. The design of the discharge line
must not build up a pressure of > 6 barg.
If suction and/or discharge line are flexible tubing, then make sure that these tubings do have
the proper pressure rating for the full range of temperatures that are applied.
pmax. = 6 bar, Do not exceed! Warning Label: p max: bar! Do not remove!
If the maximum pressure is exceeded it can happen that the diaphragm of the pump
will burst. In this case the fluid will come out of the pump and can cause a danger for
the personnel and/or enviroment (e.g. caustic cleaner).
The Quattroflow-150 S pump can pump air which means that most of the fluid inside the pump
chamber will be pump out. However there will be a residual amount of fluid (appr. 1 – 3 ml) inside the
pump chamber that should be flushed out of the pump before the pump will be opened.
Please follow the general safety guidelines when handling chemical fluids (wear gloves and/or
glasses) before the pump chamber will be opened.
Never operate the pump without coupling and motor housing.
The foundation must be designed so that it can take the weight of the pump on the entire
surface.
The Quattroflow-150 S must not be operated in ATEX zones.
Special versions for ATEX applicationen are available.
Please contact the manufacturer in case that the Quattroflow-150 S pump
need to be modified for ATEX applications.
ALMATEC Maschinenbau GmbH
Attention! Inadmissible modes of operation, arbitrary reconstruction, spare parts production
and/or any changes of the design (without admission of the manufacuturer) may cancel the
liability for the concequences resulting therefrom.
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3. Description of the Quattroflow-150 S pump
3.1 Application and range of utilization of the Quattroflow-150 S pump
The Quattroflow-150 S is a 4-piston Diaphragm pump, which is mainly used to pump water-like fluids
that are typically handled in research-, pilot plant- or production facilities of the pharmaceutical,
biotech, food or cosmetic research centers or plants.
Typical examples of these fluids:
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Solutions containing proteins (albumin, IgG, Clotting factors, monoclonale antibodies,
enzymes, vaccines.)
Solutions of polymers or suspensions (silicons, latex, chromatography media)
Cell suspensions (bacteria, yeast, algae, fungi, mammalian cells)
Colloidale solutions
Suspensions of virusses or phages
Dairy products
Gelatine
Supplements and ingredients for cosmetic and food.
3.2 Typical process steps in which the Quattroflow-150 S pump is used
Filtration technology
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To recirculate feed/retentate (e.g. membrane cassettes, hollow fibre, spiral wound,
ceramic elements.
Feed pump for filter cartridges or plate and frame depth filters
Chromatography:
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Packing of chromatography columns
Feed pump to mix gradients
Feed pump for centrifuges or separators
Feed pump for filling machines
3.3 Discription of the working princaple Quattroflow-150 S
The Quattroflow-150 S pump is a 4-piston diaphragm pump. The 4 diaphragms of the pump oscillate
back and forth. This alternate movement is created by a connector plate that is arranged on a ball
bearing. The ball bearing sits on an eccentric shaft. The connector plate does not turn!
The stroke of the pistons is determined by the angle of the eccenter. There is only eccentric shafts
with 5° available.
Range of flow rate:
5° eccentric shaft: appr. 1 -150 L/hr at max. 3000rpm
Please note:
The direction of flow can be adjusted by turning the pump chamber in 90° steps.
The Quattroflow-150 S is self-priming and can run dry. Inside the pump chamber there are no
rotating parts that might cause heating up of the product or shed particles.
The pump-motor unit is mounted on a stainless steel base plate. In case that the pump will not be
mounted on the base plate but in a frame or any other base measures have to be taken that there will
be a proper alignment of the motor and the pump.
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3.4 The Control panel
In the Quattroflow-150 S pump is working a 50 W brushless Panasonic motor. You can modify the
speed of the motor by the control panel on the top of the pump.
Main switch. Push to start – the panel lights up
Push to speed up (arrow bottom-up) or to speed
down (arrow top down)
Push "Green button" RUN, to start the pump
“MOD button“ Switch between rpm, effiency %,
motor power V
Display show: "rpm, %, V"
(max. speed 3.000 rpm)
Push the "Red button" STOP to stop the pump
Attention: The optimal motor parameter are set before the delivery.
Only authorized and qualified personnel should change the parameter of the control panel!
Attention!
You must study the operating instruktions of the PANASONIC –Motor before
you make any changes of the parameter!
Quattroflow-150 S Pump
Motor: Panasonic, 50 W, 230V with integrated frequence inverter
Speed contol: Panasonic Digital Control panel
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3.5 Start-Up
Prior to leaving our factory all pumps are subjected to a leakage and performance test. Only properly
operating pumps leave the factory achieving the performances assured by us. It is possible that there
will be a few mls of water inside the pump.
Prior to each use we recommend to flush the pump with a proper fluid (e.g. water or buffer)
Prior to the very first use it might make sense to clean and sanitize the pump chamber. A
commmercial caustic cleaner and/or 1n bis 0.5n NaOH can be applied. The choosen cleaning agent
can be recirculated and also stored inside the pump chamber.
For flushing out of any cleaning agent do not recirculate! Check with appropriate analytical methods
the success of the flushing procedure.
Recommendation: Test run prior first use!
Before using your pump in your process (e.g. as recirculation pump in a TFF
system) perform a test run to get used to the specific properties of the pump.
Please note:
ALMATEC Maschinenbau GmbH is also building custom-made pumps and set-ups. These modified
pumps can be different from this one that is described in here. However the basic information is
applicable to all of the Quattroflow-150 (S) Series pumps.
Please do not hesitate to contact us for further information:
ALMATEC Maschinenbau GmbH
Carl-Friedrich-Gauss-Str. 5
D-47475 Kamp-Lintfort
Germany
Phone:
Fax:
e-mail:
Internet:
+49 2842 961-0
+49 2842 961-40
[email protected]
www.quattroflow.com
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4. Maintenance/Servicing of the Quattroflow-150 S pump
Due to the robust construction the Quattroflow-150 S pump requires only little and easy- to-do
maintenance.
The ball bearings do not need any extra lubrication.
The diaphragm and the valves are wear parts. These should be checked and if needed be changed
once the performance of the pump decreases.
In case that the diaphragm broke it need to be replaced. Then it is also recommended to check the
ball bearings if these are still working smoothly or if these are hard to turn and are noisy during
operation.
Attention! Safety hints!
After purging the pump with air there might be a small residual
amout of fluid inside the pump chamber.
Flush the pump chamber thoroughly and check the rinse fluid.
Please follow the general guidelines and safety advices when
handling with chemicals.
Disconnect mains supply before opening the pump
housing!
The dismounting and mounting of the pump should be done on a
rigid table or work bench. Please note: the pump is heavy.
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4.1 Dismounting of the pump chamber:
4.2 Mounting the pump chamber to the ringdrive:
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4.2 Mounting of the pump chamber:
The changing of the diaphragms and valves can be done by the user. Please follow the pictures for
dismounting and mounting of the pump chamber by using service kit no. PSKITQ15.
Attention:
In case of bursting diaphragms by overpressure we advice also to change the shaft-bearing-cap unit.
For dismounting the pump chamber please follow 4.1.
For mounting the pump chamber please follow 4.2
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4.4 Changing of the shaft–bearing–cap unit
The changing of the shaft-bearing-cap unit can be done by the user. Please follow the schematic
drawings “Dismounting of the pump chamber” and “Mounting of the pump chamber” by using following
Spare part kit: PSKITWLC155 ( 5° excentric shaft )
For dismounting the pump chamber please follow 4.1.
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For mounting the pump chamber please follow 4.2
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5. Operating troubles, causes and remedial action
No.
Operating troubles
Pump
does
not
start
1
Pump
does
not
prime
5.1 5.2
X
Delivery
is not
obtained
or
reduced
Pressure
head is
not
obtained
Irregular
pump
delivery
5.3
5.4
5.5
2
X
3
X
X
4
X
X
X
5
6
X
X
X
Pump
operates
noisily
Pump
is
leaky
Motor
gets
too
warm
Display
show
Error
code
5.6
5.7
X
5.8
5.9
X
X
Check viscosity of liquid pumped.
X
X
8
X
X
X
X
9
X
10
X
11
X
12
X
13
X
14
X
15
X
X
X
X
X
X
17
18
X
X
X
19
20
X
X
X
X
The 4-piston diaphragm pump operates
trouble-free at any time provided they
are applied according to the operating
conditions mentioned in this manual.
If indought please contact Quattroflow
Fluid Systems
The screws of the pump-chamber
maybe not thightened enough. Fixe it!
Check the direction of flow showed by
the arrow on the pump, in case of
wrong way, turn the pump head
Check suction pipeline and TC- seals
for tightness
Check suction head-increase suction
line cross section.
X
7
16
Causes and remedial
action
X
X
Check pump speed. Control speed of
drive motor. Check voltage and
frequency and the fuse ( 6,3A T in the
controlbox )
Avoid air inclusions in the liquid to be
pumped
Check pressure head-open valve in
discharge line completely, remove
obstruction in discharge line
Pressure line completely or partly
clogged Diaphragm maybe broken
Change diaphragm!
The diameter of the pipes in suction
or pressure line are to small
Check the coupling halves. They must
be fixed with at least 2-3mm space.
Check longitudinal play of coupling rod
pins. The spider might be worn.
Check whether foreign bodies in pump.
Disassemble pump, remove foreign
bodies, replace defective parts
Pump stopped by the Thermistor
switch. Please alow the motor to cool
down – please reduce the power
consumption.
Bearings are worn or defektive
Disassemble pump, replace the shaft –
bearing – cap unit (PSKITWLC123 or
/PSKITWLC125)
The valves are dry (e.g. not in use for
a long time), deformed or worn.
Change valve or wet the pump.
The diaphragm is burst ( the discharge
pressure was too high) – replace it
PSKITQ12
O – rings between valve plate and
pump housing are defective PSKITQ12
Align coupling accurately
The clamping ring screw got loose –
fixe it! See 4.4 Mounting of the pump
chamber ( picture 12 )
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6. Performance chart of the Quattroflow-150 S pump
Performance Diagram Quattroflow-150 S Pump
Testmedia:
Water at ambient temperature
Eccentric shaft:
5°
Discharge pressure: 0 to 6 barg
6.1 Diagram 1: Shows appr. Flow rates as function of pump rpm.
Motor is directly coupled to pump: Pump rpm = motor rpm
Kennlinie Quattroflow-150
Antrieb: Panasonic, 50 W (Brushless)
Testmedium: Wasser bei RT
250,0
200,0
150,0
0 bar
L/h
2 bar
4 bar
100,0
6 bar
50,0
0,0
0
500
1000
1500
2000
2500
3000
3500
UpM
Caution:
This flowrates are tested with new diaphragms and valves in the pump!
It´s possible that the pump won´t reached this flow rates with used
diaphragms and valves. In this case it´s necessary to change them.
( Look at: 4.1 Changing Diaphragms and valves )
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7. Technical data of the Quattroflow-150 S pump
4-piston-diaphragm pump:
Eccentric shaft:
Flow rate max 5°:
5°
appr. 150 L/h at 0 bar
appr. 120 L/h at 6 bar
Flow rate min 5°:
appr. 1 L/h at 0 bar
appr. 1 L/h at 6 bar
Pressure ( temperature of fluid < 40 °C) max: 6 bar
Pressure ( temperature of fluid > 40 °C) max: 3 bar
Volume of pump chamber without connectors: appr. 15ml
Surfaces area with contact of fluid:
appr. 73,5cm²
Residual volume, depense on position of ports: 1- 3ml
Temperature of fluid:
CIP 90°C, SIP 125 °C, Autoklav 125°C
Speed range:
30 - 3000 rpm
Diaphragm:
EPDM/PP compound (Santoprene)
Valves:
EPDM
O-rings:
EPDM
Available certificates for elastomer parts:
FDA 177.2600, USP Class VI
Valve plate:
Stainless steel 1.4435 optional 1.4539
e-polished, Ra < 0,4µm, Ferrite < 1%
Pump housing:
Stainless steel 1.4435 optional 1.4539
e-polished, Ra < 0,4µm, Ferrite < 1%
Connector inlet ( standard ) other dimetions
TC-clamp 1/4”, Stainless steel 1.4435
are available:
optional 1.4539, e-polished Ra<0,4µm
Flange diameter inlet:
25 mm
Internal diameter inlet:
5 mm
Connector outlet ( standard ): other dimetions TC-clamp 1/4”, Stainless steel 1.4435
are available:
optional 1.4539, e-polished Ra<0,4µm
Flange diameter outlet:
25 mm
Internal diameter outlet:
5 mm
Available certificates for stainless steel parts:
DIN EN 10204 3.1 B, Ra / Ferrite
Position of connectors:
In line
Flow directions:
4 ( in 90° steps )
Panasonic brushless 50W, IP65
Motor ( standard ):
Additional cooling fan:
Not necessary
Coupling:
KTR
Base plate:
Stainless steel 1.4301, e-polished
Motor housing:
Stainless steel 1.4301, e-polished
Dimensions (L / W / H):
520 x 155 x 210 mm
Controlbox:
Frequency inverter:
Panel:
Power supply:
Power cabel:
Dimensions (L / W / H):
Weight of the controlbox:
German coustom tarif number:
Panasonic
integriert
Bedienmodul ESVZXK1
230 V / 50 Hz or 115V / 60Hz
appr. 2 m
280 x 155 x 185 mm
appr. 8 kg
84138190
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● Thank you very much for
buying Panasonic Brushless
Motor.
● Read this instruction manual
carefully for proper use. In
particular, be sure to read
"Safety precautions"
before use for safety. Keep
this manual with care after
reading, and read as
necessary.
Be sure to give this manual to an end user.
■ CONTENTS
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Safety Precautions · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · ·
Introduction/Name of each part/
Cautions · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · ·
Installation · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · ·
Installation/System configuration
and wiring · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · ·
Wiring/Test run · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · ·
Checking the load and use condition · · · · · · ·
Maintenance and inspections/
Assembling of Gear Head · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · ·
Protective functions/How to clear trip · · · · · · ·
Troubleshooting · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · ·
How to use Digital key pad · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · ·
Operating Instruction · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · ·
Test run (Digital key pad) · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · ·
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How to copy parameter · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 16
Parameters (Default) · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 18
LED display · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 20
Detail of parameter · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 21
Conformance to overseas standard · · · · · · · · · · 26
Specifications · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 28
Options · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 30
Warranty · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 31
After-sale service (repair) · · · · · · · · · · · · · Back cover
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Safety precautions
important
See the following precautions in order to avoid damages on machinery and
injuries among the operators and other people during the operation.
■
The following symbols are used to indicate the level of danger possibly
occurred when you fail to observe the safety precautions.
! DANGER
△
! CAUTION
△
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation,
which if not avoided will result in death or
serious injury.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation,
which if not avoided, will result in minor
injury or physical damage.
The following symbols indicate what you must do.
(Shown below is an example of symbols.)
■
Indicates
that the operation is prohibited to do
! Indicates that the operation must be done.
! DANGER
△
Do not touch the rotating
part of the motor while
operating.
Do not use in corrosive
atmosphere, flammable
gas atmosphere, or near
combustible substance.
The failure could result in
injuries.
Install an external
emergency stop device to
shut down the main power
source in any emergency.
!
The failure could result in
electric shocks, injuries,
fire, damages or
malfunction.
Do not expose the cables
to sharp objects,
excessive pressing or
pinching forces, and heavy
loads.
The failure could result in
electric shocks, damages,
or malfunction.
Incompliance could result in
failure.
Install the product
properly to avoid personal
accidents or fire in case of
an earthquake.
!
The failure could result in
electric shocks, injuries,
fire, damages or
malfunction.
An over-current protection,
earth leakage breaker,
over temperature protector
and emergency stop
device must be installed.
!
The failure could result in
electric shocks, injuries, or
fire.
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Make sure to secure the
safety after the earthquake.
!
The failure could result in
electric shocks, injuries, or
fire.
Wiring must always be
performed properly and
reliably by a professional
electric worker.
!
The failure could result in
electric shock, injury, fire,
malfunction, and damage.
Be sure to ground the
grounding wire of motor.
!
The failure could result in
electric shock.
! CAUTION
△
Do not drive the motor
shaft from the outside.
Do not block the
dissipation hole of
brushless inverter.
Do not hold the cables or
motor shaft when
transporting the motor.
Never start and stop the
motor by magnet
contactor, etc. which is
provide on the main line.
The failure could result in
injuries.
The failure could result in
damages.
Do not approach to the
equipment after recovery
from the instantaneous
stop because they may
restart suddenly.
The failure could result in
burns.
Attach to inflammable
matter such as metal.
!
The failure could result in
electric shocks, injuries, or
fire.
This product should be
treated as an industrial
waste when it is disposed.
The failure could result in
electric shocks, injuries, or
fire.
The failure could result in
fire, electric shocks, or
malfunction.
The failure could result in
fire, electric shocks, or
damages.
Do not touch the motor,
since they become hot.
Do not modify, dismantle
or repair the product.
The failure could result in
injuries.
If trip occurs, remove the
causes of the trip and
secure the safety before
restarting.
!
The failure could result
in injuries.
Maintenance and check
must be performed by an
expert.
!
The failure could result in
injuries and electric shock.
Do not place any obstacle
that blocks ventilation
around the motor.
The failure could result
in burns or fire.
Install a safety device
against idling or locking of
gear head, and leakage of
grease.
!
The failure could result in
injuries, damages, and
contaminations.
Execute the trial-operations
with the motor fixed and a
load unconnected. Connect
a load to the motor after the
successful trial-operations.
!
The failure could result in
injuries.
Use the specified voltage
on the product.
!
The failure could result in
electric shocks, injuries, or
fire.
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Introduction/Name of each part/Cautions
After unpacking
● Make sure that the model is what you have ordered.
● Check whether the product has been damaged or not during transportation.
If any deficiency should be found, contact the dealer store where you bought this product.
Checking the model of brushless motor Brushless Motor
Nameplate
Check the
Model Name
Model No. MBMC3A1AXA
Input
1Ph.100V-120V
Input Current 1A
Ins. Class A(UL),E(TUV)
Rated Output 30W
Rated Speed 3000r/min
Rating
S1
IP65
Ser. No. 03110001
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co.、Ltd.
C26701
Made in Japan
MBMC 3A 1 A X A
Model name
Rated input voltage
Rated output
S1: Continuous rating,
S2: Short time rating
Serial Number
Set specification (Blank): Console A attached
P: Console A attached
Series name
Function A: Standard
Output
Shaft specification
3A: 30 W
X: For gear head MX8G
Structure A: Standard
5A: 50 W
Z: For gear head MZ9G
Input power supply
9A: 90 W
S: Round shaft
1E: 130 W (Rating 30 min) 1: Single phase AC100 – 120 V
2: Single phase AC200 – 240 V
Check the Serial Number
*
03 11 0001*
Serial Number
Manufacturing
year
(Lower 2 digits of Christian Era)
* Indicates production in November 2003, serial
Manufacturing month number 0001.
Name of each part
Power input line
Connector for control signal
Motor unit
Control circuit unit
O-ring
(not attached in
specification of round
shaft)
Oil seal
Label of safety precaution is affixed to the product.
Precaution for proper use
1. This motor incorporates control circuit. Control circuit is sensitive to temperature and impact, therefore read
this instruction manual carefully for proper installation.
2. This motor is controlled by switching the power element at a high speed.
Therefore, when the motor runs, leaking current may increase, which activates the leakage breaker.
In such a case, use a leakage breaker which is provided with measure against high frequency for inverter.
3. In starting and stopping the motor, use the operation instruction input "I1" or RUN/STOP switch of console A
and digital key pad. When the motor is turned on and off by turning on and off power supply, the life of inner
circuit may be shortened.
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Installation
Installation
Install the brushless motor properly for preventing failure and accident.
Transport
● Use caution enough in transporting the unit to prevent injury by drop or fall, and avoid damage to
the equipment.
Storage
● Keep the unit indoors in a clean and dry place free from vibration with little change of temperature.
● In keeping a gear head alone, direct the output shaft down.
(Otherwise, grease leaking is possible.)
Location
● Location gives great influence upon the life of brushless motor, therefore choose a place in
conformance with the conditions below:
(1) Indoors where the motor is not subjected to rain water and direct sun beam.
(2) Do not use the motor in corrosive atmosphere such as hydrogen sulfide, sulfurous acid, chlorine, ammonia,
sulfur, gas chloride, gas sulfide, acid, alkali, and salt, in the atmosphere of combustible gas, or in the vicinity of
flammables.
(3) Place not exposed to grinding liquid, oil mist, iron powder, and cutting particle.
(4) Well-ventilated place with little moisture, oil, or inundation, and place far from heat source such as a furnace.
(5) Place easy to check and clean
(6) Place free from vibration
(7) Do not use the unit in an enclosed environment. Enclosing may raise the temperature of motor, and shorten
their life.
Caution in Installing Gear Head
● Idling by damaged tooth, locking by bite, grease leakage, and the like are possible on the life end of gear
head. Install a safety device in order to ensure safety even if such trouble should be found.
Install a device for preventing drop by damaged teeth on a lifter or the like.
As for application such as opening and closing of door, install a release device against locking by gear biting.
As for food or textile equipment, install an oil pan for measure against grease leakage.
Do not install an encoder, sensor, contact, etc in the proximity of gear head. If you should install such devices,
take measures against their grease leakage.
• Be sure to perform daily check in order to prevent unexpected accident.
•
•
•
•
Environmental condition
Item
Ambient
temperature
Brushless motor
Console A, Digital key pad (optional)
Ambient humidity
Storage temperature
Condition
-10°C - 40°C (free from freezing)
*1
※1
-10°C - 50°C (free from freezing)
85% RH or below (free from condensation)
-20°C - 60°C (free from freezing)
*2
IP65 (excluding output shaft rotating area, and tip of lead)
Protection
structure
Brushless motor
Console A, Digital key pad (optional)
Vibration
Altitude
x This motor conforms to test condition specified in EN standard (EN60529 and
EN60034-5). This motor is not applicable to the use which requires long-term
waterproof performance, such as the case where the motor is always washed
with water.
Equivalent to IP20
Not greater than 4.9 m/s2 (10 – 60 Hz)
Not greater than 1000m
*1 Ambient temperature is measured at a distance of 5cm from the motor.
*2 Temperature which is acceptable for a short time, such as during transportation.
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Installation/System configuration and wiring
Others
● Oil and water protections
(1) Direct down the lead of cable as far as possible.
(2) Avoid use in such an environment where motor is always exposed to oil and water.
(3) Avoid use with cable immersed in oil and water.
● Cable: stress relieving
(1) Make sure that stress is not applied to the lead or connection of cable due to bending or dead weight.
(2) In installation where the motor moves, fix the cable of motor, incorporate the extension cable
connected beyond in the cable carrier to reduce stress by bending as small as possible.
(3) Allow the bending radius of cable as large as possible.
System configuration/general wiring diagram
Magnetic
contactor
The lead wire is 0.5m long.
Noise filter
NFB
AC power
supply
Console A
(attached, optional)
It allows switching
RUN/STOP and CCW/CW
and setting speed.
Extension cable
(sold separately)
Gear head
(sold separately)
Connector kit
(sold separately)
B1 Series
G Type
Digital key pad
(sold separately)
This is a digital display console.
It enables change of parameter.
(See the use of Digital key pad
on page 12 for detail.)
●Wiring work must always be performed by a professional electric worker.
●Do not turn on power before finishing wiring for avoiding electric shock.
Selection of wiring equipment
● Recommended noise filter
Option part number: DVOP3611-5
(Okaya Electric
Industries Co., Ltd)
Manufacturer's part number: SUP-EQ5-ER-6
● Selection of non-fuse breaker (NFB), magnetic contactor (made by Matsushita Electric Works, Ltd),
and electric wire (wiring within equipment)
(See "Adaptation to overseas standard" for compatibility with overseas standard.)
Voltage
Single phase 100V
Single phase 200V
Capacity
(w)
NFB (rated current)
Magnetic contactor
(contact structure)
Electric wire (mm2)
Control circuit
Main circuit/
Grounding wire
30 - 90 BBC25N(5A) BMFT61041N(3P+1a) 0.5(AWG20) 0.13(AWG26)
30 - 130 BBC25N(5A) BMFT61042N(3P+1a) 0.5(AWG20) 0.13(AWG26)
■ Be sure to ground the grounding terminal. In wiring to power supply (outside of equipment) from NFB, use an electric wire of 1.6 mm
diameter (2.0 mm2) or more both for main circuit and grounding. Apply grounding class D (100
ohms or below) for grounding.
●Selection of relay
As for use for control circuit such as control input terminal, use a relay for small signal (minimum guarantee
current 1 mA or less) for preventing poor contact. <Reference example> Matsushita Electric Works, Ltd: DS
type, NK type, HC type, OMRON: G2A type
● Control Circuit Switch
When using a switch instead of relay, use one for minute current in order to prevent poor contact.
<Example> Nihon Kaiheiki: M-2012J-G
Wiring
NFB (No-fuse breaker)
Be sure to ground the
Green/ Grounding
grounding terminal.
Yellow
(Connector kit A)
<Control
10
signal connector>
5
(Motor side)
( )
Nihon Molex
39-01-2105(5557-10R-210)
6
Power input
Black
White
Standard
wiring diagram <Power input line>
1
5
4
3
2
1
Rotation
speed
Control gland
Rotation
direction
Do not tighten the ground
wires together, but
connect them individually.
External speed setting
Variable resistor 5 kΩ
B characteristics 1/4 W or
above
Operation
stop
(Console A)
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Wiring/Test run
Function of terminal
<Power input line>
Wire color
Name
Description of function
Connect the terminal to commercial power supply conforming to voltage
Power
input
line
White/Black (L1, L2)
specification.
Grounding wire
Wire for grounding the motor
Green/Yellow (E)
Nihon Molex 39-01-2105(5557-10R-210)
<Control signal connector>
10
6
5
Terminal Terminal
number symbol
1
(Motor side)
1
2
3
4
I1 *1
I2 *1
Motor runs when "I1" and "GND" are shorted, and stops when they are opened. Brown
GND
Control ground
Common ground terminal for control signal. *3
Orange
FIN
Analog speed
command input
Speed can be set by applying voltage DC0 – 5V.
Input impedance 100 kΩ.
Yellow
External speed setting
power supply
Power output dedicated when connecting an external variable resistor
(5 kΩ, B characteristics) to FIN input (Cannot be used for any other purpose.)
Green
Trip output
Trip signal output. *1 "L" in trip (Contact ON)
Open collector Vce max: DC30V, Ic max: 50mA
*1
O1
7 SCK
8 SIN
9 SOT
10 (N/A)
*1
*2
*3
■
Wire
color
Description of function
Operation instruction input
Rotation speed changeover
input
5 +5V
6
Terminal name
CW operation when "I2" and "GND" are shorted, and CCW operation
when they are opened.
*2
Red
Blue
Purple
(Pink)
Digital key pad I/F
Gray
Interface for digital key pad
White
−
(Do not connect anything.)
Black
Function of input/output can be changed by the Digital key pad. Default is shown.
Rotation direction is that on motor shaft. When gear head is incorporated, the rotation direction of motor and that of gear output shaft
are reversed for some gear reduction ratio. See the allowable shaft torque table on page 8.
(CW: Rotation clockwise when seen from the motor shaft, CCW: Rotation counterclockwise when see from the motor shaft)
When resistor and control GND are disconnected in use of external variable resistor, 5V is input to FIN irrespective of setting of
variable resistor, and upper speed limit is directed; therefore use caution enough for connecting GND.
See the optional connector kit A (DVOP3600) for compatible connector.
In extending the control signal wire, keep it below 5m long, and use wire rod above AWG26 (0.12mm2).
Input circuit
Photo-coupler
FIN characteristics
Preset speed
Internal
power supply
(+5V)
Output circuit
(Typical value)
(r/min)
3000
1.5kΩ
I1, I2
(Upper speed limit)
GND
01
0
Vce max DC30V
(Lower
speed
limit)
Ic max 50mA
0V 0.5V
GND
4.5V 5V
FIN input voltage
Inspection prior to test run (Console A)
・ Connect the
Console A
(Check before operation)
(1) Any mistake found in wiring? (2) Input power supply conforms to rating?
Speed
Rotation
(Test
run)
potentiometer
direction
Power selecting When RUN/STOP switch is changed to RUN, the motor rotates, and when the switch is returned to
STOP, the motor stops.
lamp
switch
Rotation direction can be changed by rotation direction selecting switch on the side of console.
RUN/STOP switch
When the rotation direction is changed in RUN, the motor is inverted suddenly, and the motor may
trip due to some inertia of load.
Rotation speed can be adjusted by the speed potentiometer.
Turn off power when the motor is to be stopped for a long time.
■ When power is turned off with RUN/STOP switch on RUN side, and power is turned on again,
the motor may start again, which is dangerous. In turning on power, always make sure that
the switch is on STOP side.
■ When a gear head is incorporated, rotation direction of gear head output shaft may be inverted
for some gear reduction ratio. See the table of allowable shaft torque on page 8.
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Checking the load and use condition
Check use condition for eternal use of this product. Some use conditions may possibly lead to heating or
damage to the shaft. Fully check use conditions, and use the motor in a permissible range.
Standard life
Standard life is 5,000 hours for the motor equipped with gear head (MB8G and MB9G). Standard life is the same
10,000 hours for motor alone (round shaft). (Standard life of sealing performance of oil seal is 5,000 hours.)
Standard life refers to design life for operation 8 hours per day (service factor: Sf = 1.0) at a normal temperature and
humidity, under uniform load (permissible shaft torque of gear head and rated torque of motor).
Expected of life =
Service factor (Sf)
Standard life
Service factor (Sf)
Service factor (Sf) depends on the magnitude of shock of load or operating time. Service factor is shown below
for different load conditions:
Type of load
Example of load
Uniform load
Light shock
Middle shock
Heavy shock
One direction continuous operation
Start, stop, or cam shock
Instantaneous rotation/reverse rotation and instantaneous stop
Middle shock at a high frequency
5 hours/day
0.8
1.2
1.5
2.5
Service factor
8 hours/day
1.0
1.5
2.0
3.0
24 hours/day
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.5
Permissible shaft torque
Required shaft torque TA of gear head can be obtained from service factor and actual load torque T1.
TA=T1×Sf
Select a gear head and motor to ensure that required torque (continuous) is within permissible shaft torque in
the table below. Here, the torque T1 must not exceed permissible shaft torque TA irrespective of Sf.
Unit: N m
Model
name
Reduction
ratio
3
MBMC3A□AXA
MX8G□B
MBMC5A□AXA
MX8G□B
MBMC9A□AZA
MZ9G□B
MBMC1E□AZA
MZ9G□B
3.6 5
6
7.5
9
10 12.5 15 18 20 25 30 36 50 60 75 90 100 120 150 180 200
0.23 0.28 0.38 0.46 0.58 0.69 0.77 0.96 1.15 1.39 1.55 1.93 2.16 2.60 3.55 4.36 5.43 6.45 6.99 7.84 7.84 7.84 −
0.39 0.46 0.64 0.77 0.96 1.16 1.29 1.61 1.92 2.33 2.59 3.23 3.61 4.33 5.93 7.29 7.84 7.84 7.84 7.84 7.84 7.84 −
0.67 0.81 1.12 1.34 1.69 2.02 2.28 2.54 3.06 3.72 4.11 5.27 6.22 6.96 9.81 11.7 14.7 17.3 19.0 19.6 19.6 19.6 19.6
1.01 1.21 1.69 2.02 2.54 3.04 3.42 3.82 4.59 5.58 6.17 7.91 9.34 10.5 14.7 17.5 19.6 19.6 19.6 19.6 19.6 19.6 19.6
Permissible shaft load
* Rotation direction is the same as that of motor in shaded portion, and reverse for others.
Overhang load
Use the permissible shaft load within the load shown below:
Motor
alone
Gear
head
Model name
Permissible overhang (w)
MBMC3A□ASA
MBMC5A□ASA
MBMC9A□ASA
MBMC1E2ASA
MX8G type
MZ9G type
100N
100N
150N
150N
294N
588N
Permissible load inertia moment
Permissible thrust (F)
(W)
Motor and
gear head
10N
10N
20N
20N
49N
147N
L
2
Thrust load
L
(F)
スラスト荷重
Mounting surface
Set the acceleration/deceleration time 0.3 seconds or longer.
Apply permissible load inertia moment within the value shown below:
(Acceptable value on round shaft applies when stopping operation in free-run stop. In speed reduction stop, the value is 1/4 of
indication below only on round shaft due to regeneration. Set a longer speed reduction time if the inertia is not to be lessened. )
Unit: ×10 kg-4・m2
Model
name
Reduction
ratio
3
3.6 5
6
7.5 9
10 12.5 15 18 20 25 30 36 50 60 75 90 100 120 150 180 200
MBMC3A□AXA
MBMC5A□AXA 1.25 1.79 3.42 4.90 7.72 11.2 13.8 21.6 30.6 45.2 55.8 86.9 127 183 342 342 342 342 342 342 342 342 −
MX8G□B
MBMC9A□AZA
MBMC1E□AZA 5.93 8.47 16.4 23.6 37.3 53.4 67.6 98.3 142 211 257 423 589 847 1684 1684 1684 1684 1684 1684 1684 1684 1684
MZ9G□B
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Round
shaft
2.5
5.6
Maintenance and inspections/Assembling of Gear Head
Assembling of Gear Head
● Preparation before assembling
(1)
(2)
(3)
Compatible gear head described on this instruction manual is MX8G□B (for 30, 50W) and MZ9G□B
(for 90, 130W). Never combine anything other than compatible gear head in use. Failure to observe this
direction may result in malfunction. (□ represents speed reduction ratio.)
Make sure that the O-ring is attached to the bottom of motor flange.
If the gear head is assembled with O-ring floating, it may result in grease leakage.
When grease adheres to the end surface of gear head, wipe off sufficiently.
If the gear head is assembled with grease adhered, it may cause grease to exude.
● Assembling
(1)
(2)
(3)
Direct the motor pinion upward, and make sure that the relation between direction of motor lead wire
and output shaft matches with the equipment.
Turn the motor pinion finely clockwise and counterclockwise for assembling, ensuring that the tip of
motor pinion does not hit the tooth of gear head.
In installing the motor and gear head to the mating equipment, use "mounting screws" attached to the
gear head, tighten them sufficiently to eliminate clearance
Output shaft
between the motor flange surface and gear head end
surface while paying attention to bite of O-ring.
Recommended tightening torque is shown below:
Mounting
Angle
dimension
Type of
gear head
Screw
size
Tightening torque
Mounting
pitch
diameter
□80
MX8G
M5
2.45N・m
94mm
□90
MZ9G
M6
2.94N・m
104mm
Motor
pinion
Gear head
O-ring
Flange
Note) Excessive force to assemble the motor and gear, or damage to the tip of
motor pinion or tooth of gear head may generate abnormal noise or reduce the life.
Maintenance and inspection
Routine maintenance and inspection are essential for proper and satisfactory operation of
the motor.
Notes to Maintenance/Inspection Personnel
● Power-on/off operations should be done by the operators themselves for ensuring safety in checking.
● Do not touch the motor while power on.
● In performing the measuring insulation resistance, remove all connections. Measuring insulation
resistance with connection can cause motor failure.
Maintenance/ Inspection item
Maintenance/
Check item
Inspection
procedure
Input voltage
Voltmeter
Must be within ±10% of rating.
Input current
Ammeter
Must be within rated input current described on nameplate.
Insulation
resistance
Insulation
resistance
tester
Measure the insulation resistance of motor with 500V Megger. It must be above 1Mohm.
Measuring position: Between power input line (L1, L2) and grounding wire
Noise
Hearing
Noise level must not be different from the usual level. In addition, abnormal noise
such as rumbling noise must not be heard.
Vibration
By hand
Free from abnormal vibration.
Grease
leakage
By sight
Check that periphery of motor or gear head is not wet by grease or oil. Protect them with
a cover etc. in application which is deteriorated by grease leakage.
Installation
bolt
Torque wrench
Use
environment
By sight
Condition
Check for loosening of bolt, and tighten additionally as necessary.
Check the ambient temperature and humidity, and make sure that dirt, dust, or foreign
substance is not found.
Make sure that the opening of brushless inverter is free from lint.
Be sure to contact our service division or sales agent for disassembling and repairing of the motor.
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Protective functions/How to clear trip
Protective functions
■ When the protection function is activated, motor stops and trip signal output turns on.
Description of trip can be displayed only when the Digital key pad (option) is connected.
Protection function works even when the Digital key pad is not connected, but it is not displayed.
Protective item
Measure
Description
When the internal DC voltage is below specified value,
operation is stopped; when voltage is recovered, operation
Undervoltage warning is started again. (This is not trip, and no trip output is
made.)
(default)
■Trip can be set by parameter 50.
100V product: Approx DC100V,
200V product: Approx DC200V
The motor trips when internal DC voltage is below
specified value only if trip is set by parameter 50.
Undervoltage error
100V product: Approx DC100V,
200V product: Approx DC200V
When load factor exceeds specified value, the electronic
thermal relay operates and monitor display flashes.
Overload warning
It is a warning for electronic thermal trip.
(Electronic thermal)
30-90W: 100%
130W : 80%
The motor trips when motor torque is output continuously
Overload error
above specified value.
(Electronic thermal
30-90W: 115%
relay)
130W : 105%
Display on
Digital key pad
L
Investigate the condition of wiring and circumstances of
power supply.
E-LV
Reduce the load.
Check the load factor in monitor mode.
Investigate the cause of overload, and reduce the load,
change the operating pattern by making acceleration
and deceleration time longer, or apply design to increase
the capacity of motor.
5-digit LED
flashes.
THr
Overcurrent error
The motor trips when the motor current exceeds specified
current.
Excessive acceleration/deceleration setting or gain
setting is possible. Set the longer
acceleration/deceleration time and the smaller gain.
If this trip should occur as soon as the unit is started,
failure is possible.
Overvoltage error
The motor trips when internal DC voltage (voltage of
smoothing function of power supply) rises and exceeds
specified value.
Product of 100V: Approx DC200V,
Product of 200V: Approx DC400V
If the motor should trip in running, too short deceleration
time is one of the causes. Adjust deceleration time. No
measure can be taken in continuous regenerative
operation such as lowering.
Parameter data saved in EEPROM is abnormal.
Check all parameters again and set them again. If this
protection works frequently, failure is possible
Internal parameter data saved in EEPROM is abnormal.
Failure is possible.
System error
The motor trips when trouble of control microcomputer is
detected.
Sensor error
The motor trips when trouble of CS sensor signal is
detected.
①Malfunction due to external noise is possible.
Investigate for noise source in the vicinity and
eliminate such source.
②Internal circuit may be in failure.
Overspeed error
The motor trips when rotation speed (actual speed)
exceeds specified value.
Approx 4500r /min
Ensure that the actual speed does not exceed rated
rotation speed, such as overshooting by unmatching
between load and gain.
E-OS
Overheat error
The motor trips when the temperature in control section
rises above specified value.
Approx 105℃
Check the ambient temperature and cooling condition of motor.
Check the load factor.
If the ambient temperature is low enough, and the protection
occurs soon after power-on, failure is possible.
E-OH
Setting change
warning
The motor trips when any important parameter such as
" 30 Run command selection" is changed
This is not abnormal. Trip reset in order to make change
effective.
CAU
User
parameter error
System
parameter error
E-OC
E-OV
E-UPr
E-SPr
Err
E-CS
How to clear trip
>>
>>
If the motor should trip, eliminate the cause and use any of the procedures [1] – [3] below for clear.
[1] Turn off power, and when power LED has gone out, turn on power again.
[2] Press the switch
and
of the Digital key pad simultaneously for one second or more with present trip
state displayed.
[3] Input the trip reset signal.
(When F-r or r-F is chosen in " 33 I1/I2 function selection", enter "I1" and "I2" at the same time; when F-rST or
r-rST is chosen, enter "I2" for trip reset.
Trip reset signal, when continued to be input, is designed to become ineffective in order to prevent inadvertent
restarting. Enter trip reset signal only when necessary.)
Note: As for overcurrent error E-OC , sensor error E-CS , System error Err , and user parameter error E-Upr , reset
them by turning off power as shown in [1] above. No other procedure is effective.
(Caution) In clear trip, be sure to find and remove the trip factor before clear.
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Troubleshooting
If any trouble should be found, follow the steps below for check and countermeasure.
● If the cause cannot be found, it is recommended to use the Digital key pad and check
the detail of trip. If failure is likely, or when any part is damaged, or when you are in any
other trouble, contact the sales agent of purchase or our company.
Phenomenon
Detail of checking
Check for abnormality of wiring.
Apply proper wiring.
Check whether protective function is
activated.
Check the detail of trip by the Digital key pad.
Turn off power once, and turn on again.
(Only when the motor is connected to the
key pad )
Check whether 7-segment LED of on the
key pad is lighted up.
Check whether voltage on input power is
normal.
Motor does not
rotate.
Measure, etc
If the LED is off when power is input to the motor,
failure is possible.
Contact us for repair.
Check the supply voltage.
Check whether operation start signal is
input.
Check the condition of operation instruction.
Check whether Analogue speed
instruction is set at 0V.
Raise the analogue speed instruction little by little.
Check whether protective function is
activated.
Overload is possible. Reduce the load or increase
the output capacity.
Motor stops during
deceleration.
Check whether the inertia of load is too
large.
Regenerative voltage protection may have
worked. Decrease the inertia. Turn off power
once, and turn on again, and reset the trip state.
Make deceleration time longer by the Digital key
pad. Alternatively, apply free-run stop.
Motor does not
stop quickly when
stop command is
input.
The motor with large inertia does not stop
quickly because default stop mode is
Free-run stop.
Stop motor by 0V analogue speed command.
Change stop mode to deceleration stop by Digital
key pad .
Motor does not
rotate or stops
during operation.
Output shaft of motor (gear head) and shaft Check the joint between the output shaft and load
of load are not aligned.
shaft of the motor (gear head).
Large vibration or
noise.
Motor rotates
reversely.
Rotation speed is unstable
during operation
(actual speed).
Parameter dose
not change.
Motor and gear head are not assembled
correctly.
Check the assembling condition between motor
and gear head, and their combination, and
assemble them properly.
Damage to gear head or bearing.
Contact us for repair.
Check whether Setting of rotation
direction changeover input is wrong.
Check the position of rotation direction choosing
switch for the console A. As for others, check the
status of "I2".
Rotation direction of the motor and gear
output shaft may be reversed for some
gear reduction ratio of gear head.
Check the gear ratio and rotation direction. See
the list of permissible shaft torque on page 8.
Check whether the load fluctuates greatly.
Reduce the fluctuation of load. Increase the
output capacity.
Check whether operation start signal is
input.
Some parameters cannot be changed when
operation instruction is on. (See the check
column of parameter list on page 18.)
Turn off operation instruction before changing.
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How to use Digital key pad
Name of each part and Installation
>>
>>
●What can be done by Digital key pad
x Monitoring of rotation speed (actual speed) and load factor, etc
(Rotation speed can be displayed being multiplied by the factor set by parameter 47 and 48 .)
x Display detail of trip, and trip history. Trip reset by pressing and .
x Parameter setting, initialization, and copying function at the same time.
x Start and stop of motor by RUN / STOP switch (Setting of parameter " 30 Run command selection" is
required.)
■ When using the digital key pad and control signal input at the same time, buy an optional control signal branch
cable (DVOP37505).
●Name of each part
2-digit LED
DATA switch
SET
Displays rotation speed (actual speed), commanded speed, trip history, setting of parameter,
and the like.
Displays the number of parameter (in editing parameter).
Displays the rotation direction in operation. Displays 00 when the motor is stopped.
(CCW as viewed from the output shaft of motor … F and CW … r )
Rotation direction of gear head output shaft may be reversed for some gear reduction
ratio when gear head is incorporated. See the table of acceptable shaft torque on
page 8.
Switch for changing monitor mode. Whenever this switch is pressed, the mode changes in
this sequence: Rotation speed (actual speed) Æ Internal DC voltage (voltage of smoothing
capacitor of power supply) Æ Load factor Æ Torque Æ Commanded speed Æ Rotation
speed (actual speed) Æ …. *
* When you press this switch in the parameter setting mode, setting is stored.
5-digit LED
2-digit LED
MODE switch
This is a switch for changing between parameter number mode and parameter setting mode,
and for storing parameter setting.
switch
>>
This switch enables selection of parameter, and setting and changing of contents.
When the motor is tripped, pressing and at the same time enables clear of trip.
switch
>>
>>
>>
switch
MODE switch
RUN switch
DATA
SET
switch
>>
STOP switch
>>
5-digit LED
This switch is for instruction of operation. (Only when " 30 Operation instruction selection" is
PnL )
■See " 33 Choosing I1/I2 function" (2) on page 23 for rotation direction.
This switch is for instruction of stopping. (Only when " 30 Choosing operation instruction" is
PnL )
RUN switch
STOP switch
●Description
Displays a parameter number (00 – F0) in flashing.
Control changes to this mode when DATA
switch is pressed in parameter number mode.
SET
Parameter number can be changed and selected by
and
switch.
Parameter setting
mode
Displays the detail of parameter (setting) in flashing.
Control changes to this mode when DATA
switch is pressed in monitor mode.
SET
Change setting by
and
switch.
DATA
When SET switch is pressed after change of setting, it is saved in EEPROM.
>>
>>
>>
Parameter
number mode
>>
Monitor mode
Displays rotation speed (actual speed), command speed, internal DC voltage, load factor,
and torque on 5-digit LED. When power is turned on, this mode is set.
This mode is set when power is turned on.
Control changes to this mode when MODE switch is pressed in parameter number mode,
parameter setting mode.
* Displays rotation speed r/min in normal monitor mode. Displays torque and load factor assuming the
rated motor torque at 100%.
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Operating Instruction
Turn on
power.
●Press MODE switch for changing display.
Monitor mode
Rotation
speed
●
○
○
r/min
>>
Internal DC
voltage
○
○
●
MODE
Press
Press
MODE
MODE
DATA
SET
Torque
○
●
○
MODE
Parameter
number
mode
>>
>>
Speed
setting
Only
" 00 "
%
0
MODE
00
%
Flashing
●
○
○
r/min
●2-digit LED blinks and allows selection of parameter number.
0.30
0
Flashing
Flashing
10
DATA DATA
SET
SET
>>
Change (select) a parameter number
by
or
.
Storage
>>
Storage
>>
>>
Press
>>
>>
00
Press
Flashing
>>
MODE
Press
Flashing
○
●
○
>>
Load factor
V
>>
Internal speed (0-th speed)
can be directly set by
and
in monitor mode.
MODE
●5-digit LED blinks and allows change of parameter value.
Parameter
setting mode
0.30
Flashing
0.31
10
>>
>>
10
>>
>>
>>
Change (select) a parameter value by
or
.
>>
DATA
When SET switch or MODE switch is
pressed in parameter setting mode, data is
stored.
Flashing
Data is stored only when
turned off.
DATA
SET
>>
>>
>>
>>
● When
or
is pressed in monitor mode, detail of " 00 Internal speed (0-th speed)" is
displayed in blinking, and speed setting can be changed by
and
. When 31 Speed
command selection is PnL , the motor speed also changes following the speed setting if the
motor is running.
switch is pressed. Note that data returns to settings when power is
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Test run (Digital key pad)
Inspection prior to test run
(Inspection prior to test run)
(1) Make sure that all wiring is correct. (2) Make sure that input power supply conforms to rating.
(Test run)
Test run procedure by the Digital key pad is as follows:
An example is introduced here where the motor runs CW at 1800r/min with the Digital key pad.
(1) Be sure to first perform the work below for safety.
Separate the motor from machine or equipment, and make sure that the motor alone can be
operated.
(2) Then turn on power and follow the step below for test run.
Digital key pad
Description of
operation
Switch
LED display
0
[1] Turn on
power
(Change the choice
of operation
instruction from I1/I2
TEr to the Digital
key pad PnL)
00
Press
DATA
SET
Press
several
times to choose
parameter number 30 .
Press
○
TEr ○○
00
Flashing
30
Flashing
DATA
SET
○
○
>>
Press
to change
parameter value.
Store by
DATA
SET
>>
>>
Press
and
the same time.
TEr ○○
PnL ○○
at
Flashing
Flashing
30
.
Setting change warning is
issued because setting of
operation instruction has
been changed.
[3] Trip reset
○
○
○
0
>>
[2] Change of
initial setting
●
○
○
30
CAU
CAU
○
○
○
0
●
○
○
00
>>
Press
several
times to choose
parameter number 31 .
Press DATA
SET
Press
to change
parameter value.
Store by
DATA
SET
○
○
○
0
Setting change warning is
issued because setting of
operation instruction has
been changed.
Press
and
the same time.
00
at
○
VoL−A ○○
Flashing
31
Flashing
○
○
VoL−A ○○
PnL ○○
Flashing
Flashing
31
31
30
.
>>
[5] Trip reset
DATA
SET
>>
(Change the choice
of speed instruction
from analogue
speed instruction
input to " 00 Speed
setting (the 0-th
speed)" to enable
use of Digital key
pad.)
Press
>>
[4] Change of
initial setting 2
30
CAU
CAU.
○
CAU ○○
0
00
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●
○
○
Digital key pad
Description of
operation
Press
several
times to choose
parameter number 33 .
Press DATA
SET
Press
to change
parameter value.
Store by
DATA
SET
>>
>>
Press
and
the same time.
00
at
30
○
CAU ○○
>>
>>
○
○
○
Flashing
to set a speed.
○
○
○
Flashing
0
●
○
○
00
1800
●
○
○
r
[11] Stop
instruction
Press STOP
0
●
○
○
00
1800
Press RUN
Flashing
33
CAU
CAU.
00
[10] Operation
instruction
r−F ○○
Flashing
00
[9] Reset to
monitor mode. Press MODE
Flashing
○
○
0
Press
33
Flashing
rS. Fr ○○
[8] Speed setting
Press
○
rS. Fr ○○
33
30
.
Setting change warning is
issued because setting of
operation instruction has
been changed.
[7] Trip reset
○
○
○
0
>>
(This operation is
not required for
rotation forward
[CCW].)
Press
LED display
>>
[6] Choosing
rotation
direction*
Switch
DATA
SET
0
00
●
○
○
x Internal speed (0-th speed) is
displayed (setting at 0r/min).
x Set the Internal speed (0-th speed)
at 1800 r/min.
x Data is still stored if power is cut off
here.
x Display of rotation speed changes
little by little toward 1800 r/min
x Display of rotation direction *
(r indicates that the motor is rotating
CW.)
x Display of rotation speed changes
little by little toward 0 r/min.
[12] Power OFF
<Checkpoint in Test run>
(1) Check whether the motor rotates smoothly. Check for abnormal noise and vibration.
(2) Check whether the motor is accelerated and decelerated smoothly.
(3) Rotation direction and rotation speed of the motor are matched?
*
Rotation direction of gear head output shaft may sometimes be reversed due to reduction gear ratio when
gear head is installed.
(See the list of permissible shaft torque on the page 8)
* Rotation direction can also be changed by use of "I2". See " 33 I1/I2 function selection " (2) on page 23.
■ Setting is still stored when power is turned off. When operating the motor with Digital key pad only in trial
run, either reset the setting or initialize parameters after completion of trial run. (Parameter 54)
Here, note that all parameters return to default when parameters are initialized.
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How to copy parameter
1. Reading a parameter value from motor to the Digital key pad
■Once parameters are read into the console, their details are stored in the Digital key pad.
Digital key pad
Description of
operation
Switch
[1] Turn on
power.
[3] P.LOAd
0
00
Press
DATA
SET
Hold down
to
choose parameter
number 57 .
Press
n 0
57
[6] Reading of
○
○
○
P. LOAd
○
○
○
Flashing
57
P. LOAd
○
○
○
Flashing Æ Slow flashing
(once per second)
57
0
Press STOP
Flashing
Flashing
P. E n d
[5] Wait about 30
seconds.
parameter into
the Digital key
pad completed
57
Flashing
>>
DATA
Press SET for 1 second
while holding down
STOP .
○
n 0 ○○
00
DATA
SET
Choose reading
a parameter into
the Digital key
Press
twice to
pad.
choose P.LOAd .
[4] Read a
parameter
into the
Digital key
pad.
●
○
○
Parameter
value
>>
[2] Call 57
Parameter
Copy.
LED display
●
○
○
○
○
○
●
○
○
00
2. Copy a parameter value saved in the Digital key pad onto the motor.
Digital key pad
Description of
operation
Switch
LED display
Turn on power. Call out 57 Parameter. (Same operation as 1. [1] and [2])
[1] P.PrOG
DATA
SET
twice.
Choose writing
a parameter to Press
three times to
the motor.
choose P.PrOG .
n 0
>>
Press
[2] Write a
parameter to
the motor.
[3] Wait about 10
seconds.
DATA
Press SET for 1
second while holding
down STOP .
57
○
○
○
○
P. PrOG ○○
Flashing
57
○
P. PrOG ○○
Flashing Æ Slow flashing
(once per second)
57
P. E n d
○
○
○
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Flashing
Digital key pad
Description of
operation
Switch
LED display
CAU
[4] Completion of
writing a
parameter from
the Digital key
pad to the motor
>>
>>
[5] Reset to
Press
and
at
monitor mode.
the same time for
clear trip.
0
○
○
○
●
○
○
00
Error while copying a parameter
P.Err1 : Data is abnormal while copying.
ÆPress STOP switch for clearing, and then copy data again. If data is still abnormal, initialize
the Digital key pad and retry.
P.Err2 : Copy error
Æ This error occurs in an attempt to copy data between products of different function. Press
STOP switch for clear.
Parameters can be copied between the same models (B1-G Series standard unit), but
parameters should be copied between the same output in principle because gain setting is
different.
3. Initializing of data of Digital key pad
■ When any trouble occurs during copying, it can be often solved by initializing the Digital key pad.
(Stored data is cleared by initializing.)
Digital key pad
Description of
operation
Switch
LED display
Turn on power and call 57 Parameter. (Same operation as 1. [1] and [2])
Press
DATA
SET
Press
once and
choose P.InIT .
DATA
Press SET for 1
second while holding
down STOP .
[3] Wait about 30
seconds.
[4] Initializing of
data of Digital
key pad
completed
n 0
>>
[1] P.InIT
Choose
initialization of
data of Digital
key pad.
[2] Initialization
of Digital key
pad
57
○
P. I n I T ○○
Flashing
○
P. I n I T ○○
0
57
Flashing
Flashing Æ Continuous lighting
LED display changes from flashing to continuous
lighting during initializing operation.
57
P. E n d
Press STOP
○
○
○
○
○
○
●
○
○
00
■ Do not turn off power or disconnect the cable of Digital key pad during operation such as "Reading a
parameter from the motor to the Digital key pad", "Copying a parameter value stored in the Digital key pad
to the motor", and "Initializing the data of Digital key pad".
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Parameters
Overview of parameter
Motor of this series is provided with various parameters for adjusting and controlling its characteristics and
function. Purpose and function of respective parameter are described. Understand them well enough and adjust
the unit at your optimum operation condition.
List of parameter composition and setting
Parameter setting
Parameter
No.
Name of parameter
00
Internal speed (0-th speed)
10
1st
acceleration time
12
1st
deceleration time
14
15
Acceleration mode
selection
Deceleration mode
selection
16
Stop mode
selection
17
Free-run waiting time
0.0 - 10.0 sec
0.1 sec
1.0
1A
Velocity loop
proportional gain
0 - 10000
1
400(800) *2
1b
Velocity loop
integration gain
0 - 10000
1
500(1000) *2
30
Run command
selection
31
Speed command
selection
Setting range
Minimum unit
Default
0 – " 3b Upper speed limit"
1 r/min
0
0.01
- 3600 sec.
- 3 sec
: Incremented by 0.01 sec.
3 - 30 sec : Incremented by 0.1 sec.
30 - 3600 sec : Incremented by 1 sec.
0.30
0.01
- 3600 sec.
- 3 sec
: Incremented by 0.01 sec.
3 - 30 sec : Incremented by 0.1 sec.
30 - 3600 sec : Incremented by 1 sec.
0.30
LIn
Linear
S−1
S shape-1
S−2
S shape-2
FrEE
dEC
LIn
FrEE
Speed reduction stop
RUN and STOP of Digital key pad
I1/I2*3
PnL
VoL−A
1
LIn
Free-run stop
PnL
TEr
Check *
" 00 Internal speed (0-th speed)"
FIN*4
TEr
C
VoL−A
C
I1: CCW run/stop
F−r
I2: CW run/stop
I1: CW run/stop
r−F
33
I1/I2 function
selection
I2: CCW run/stop
I1: run/stop
rS.Fr
C
I1: CCW run/stop
F−rST
I2:Trip reset
I1: CW run/stop
r−rST
3A
3b
3C
rS.Fr
I2: CW /CCW direction
I2:Trip reset
Lower speed limit
0 – " 3b Upper speed limit "
1 r/min
0
C
Upper speed limit
0 - 3000 r/min
1 r/min
3000
C
Torque limit
50 - 150
1%
150
*1 When parameter marked with C in the check column is changed and stored, the unit is tripped for safety. It
is not allowed to change them while the motor is running.
*2 Parameter in ( ) is the default of 90W and 130W.
*3 Corresponds to RUN/STOP switch of the console A or signal input.
*4 Corresponds to the speed potentiometer or analogue speed instruction of the console A.
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Parameter
No.
Parameter setting
Name of parameter
Setting range
TrIP
STbL
40
42
44
45
46
O1 function
selection
FrEE
Free-run
F
CCW run
r
CW run
Overload detection
POUT
Speed pulse signal
47
48
4A
Trip history clear
4b
4C
4d
4E
4F
Trip history 1
24
O.−r
Rotation speed (Actual speed)
O.−L
Torque
AV.−L
S.−r
O.−r
Load factor
Command speed
Internal DC voltage
1 ‒ " 48 Denominator of display
magnification factor" x 10
1 time
1
1 - 1000
1 time
1
nO
YES
No operation
nO
Clear trip history
-
Trip history 2
-
Trip history 3
-
Trip history 4
Trip history 5
nO
YES
Undervoltage
trip selection
51
52
Retrial selection
Retrial start time
54
Parameter
initializing
nO
nO
YES
Parameter copy
function
For manufacturer use
No trip
nO
nO
C
nO
C
Trip
,1-4
1 - 120 sec
F0
50
1 r/min
-
50
57
nOr
Reverse polarity
1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12, 24
dC−V
Numerator of display
magnification factor
Denominator of display
magnification factor
Normal polarity
20 – " 3b Upper speed limit"
Output pulse count
selection
1
TrIP
Ck−L
Speed matching range
Check *
Arriving
Running
nOr
rEV
Default
Trip
rUn
O1 output polarity
selection
Monitor mode
selection
Minimum unit
5
1 sec
No operation
nO
Initialize to default
No copying of parameter
P.InIT
Initializing the data of Digital key pad
P.LOAd
Reading a parameter to the Digital key pad
P.PrOG
Writing a parameter to the motor
-
nO
-
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LED display
LED display
Figures displayed on the 7 segment display of the Digital key pad are shown below:
Alphanumeric
Alphanumeric
LED display
LED display
*
Example of LED display
Example)
Description in the text
Display on Digital key pad
* LED display of "0" is available in two types.
Example)
Description in the text
Display on Digital key pad
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Detail of parameter
Parameter
No.
Name of parameter
00
Internal speed
(0-th speed)
Desired running speed can be set. This is effective when " 31 Speed instruction selection" is
PnL (PANEL).
Upper limit is limited by " 3b Upper speed limit".
10
1st
acceleration time
The change factor of output speed in acceleration can be determined.
x Set by time for changing 1000r/min.
When it is 0.3 sec (default), time taken for accelerating from 0 to 3000 r/min is 0.9 sec.
x Time can be incremented by 0.01 sec for below 3 sec, by 0.1 sec from 3 sec up to 30 sec
exclusive, and by 1 sec from 30 sec upward.
12
1st
deceleration time
The change factor of output speed in deceleration can be determined.
x Set by time for changing 1000r/min.
When it is 0.3 sec (default), time taken for decelerating from 0 to 3000 r/min is 0.9 sec.
x Time can be incremented by 0.01 sec for below 3 sec, by 0.1 sec from 3 sec up to 30 sec
exclusive, and by 1 sec from 30 sec upward.
Description
Straight line acceleration/deceleration and curve (S-shape) acceleration and deceleration can be
chosen individually for acceleration and deceleration.
S−2 “S”SHAPE-2
LIn LINEAR
S−1 “S”SHAPE-1
Rotation speed
Rotation speed
Rotation speed
0
回転速度
回転速度
15
Acceleration mode
selection
Deceleration mode
selection
回転速度
14
Time
時間
Straight line up to speed setting.
Standard mode for accelerating and
decelerating.
0
Time
時間
0
Relaxes the speed change in
start and end of acceleration and
deceleration.
Time
時間
Curve is emphasized more than
S shape-1.
You can select how to stop the motor.
FrEE (FREE)
Power supply to the motor is cut off and the motor is stopped naturally when stop command is
input (free-run stop). It takes longer for the motor to completely stop when load inertia is big.
dEC (DECEL)
When stop command is input, the motor reduces its speed according to preset deceleration time,
Electric-brake is performed by Zero-speed control, and then power is cut off to the motor after
elapse of time set by " 17 Free-run waiting time", and the motor is set in free-run state.
<Example or running pattern in deceleration stop>
16
Stop mode
selection
Run command
■ The motor is servo-locked in
Zero-speed control.
(Electrically controlled so that
motor speed is Zero)
off
Speed setting
Motor speed
Deceleration by preset
change factor of deceleration
time
Time set by " 17 Free-run waiting time"
Free-run
Zero-speed control
Deceleration running
17
1A
1b
30
dEC (DECEL) deceleration stop, servo lock
When " 16 Stop mode selection" is set to
time(Zero-speed control)after deceleration can be adjusted.
(Free-run state is set after that.)
Enables setting of proportional gain of velocity amplifier. It need not be changed normally.
Velocity loop
When this value is made greater, gain is increased, which improves responsiveness of the motor.
proportional gain When this value is made too large, operation is vibratory.
Setting range: 0 – 10000, Setting resolution: 1
Enables setting of integration gain of velocity amplifier. It need not be changed normally.
When this value is made greater, gain is increased, which improves rigidity of the motor (strength
Velocity loop
of servo lock). When this value is made too large, overshooting becomes greater, and the motor
integration gain is vibratory.
Setting range: 0 – 10000, Setting resolution: 1
Run Command can be chosen from the following:
RUN STOP switch of Digital key
PnL (PANEL) : command the motor to stop with pad. The motor cannot be operated by signal input "I1" and "I2".
Run command
Signal input is effective only in setting rotation direction, etc.
selection
See " 33 I1/I2 function selection".
TEr
(TERMINAL) : Only the input terminal "I1" and "I2" are effective.
(Corresponds to RUN/STOP, rotation direction selection switch of Console-A.)
Free-run
waiting time
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Detail of parameter
Parameter
No.
31
Name of parameter
Speed command
selection
Description
You can choose whether to use " 00 Internal speed (0-th speed)" or analog input terminal
"FIN" for speed command.
PnL (PANEL) " 00 Internal speed (0-th speed)"
VoL−A (VOL-A) Analog input terminal "FIN" (voltage instruction DC 0-5V)
(Corresponds to speed potentiometer of Console-A.)
(1) For setting "I1" or "I2" function
F−r
(FORWARD-REVERSE)
State of I1 and I2
Action
I1
I2
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
CCW run
OFF
ON
CW run
ON
ON
Free-run stop
Trip reset (which must be retained 0.2 sec or longer) *
r−F
Stop
Deceleration stop when " 16 Stop mode selection" is
(REVERSE - FORWARD)
State of I1 and I2
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I1/I2 function
selection
dEC
I1
I2
OFF
OFF
Action
Stop
Deceleration stop when " 16 Stop mode selection" is
dEC
ON
OFF
CW run
OFF
ON
CCW run
ON
ON
Free-run stop
Trip reset (which must be retained 0.2 sec or longer) *
rS.Fr
(RUNSTOP. FORWARD-REVERSE)
State of I1 and I2
I1
I2
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
F−rST
Action
Stop
Deceleration stop when " 16 Stop mode selection" is
dEC
CCW run
Stop
Deceleration stop when " 16 Stop mode selection" is
dEC
CW run
(FORWARD-TRIP RESET)
State of I1 and I2
Action
I1
I2
OFF
−
ON
−
CCW run
−
ON
Trip reset (which must be retained 0.2 sec or longer) *
Stop
Deceleration stop when " 16 Stop mode selection" is
* Effective only when trip occurs
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dEC
Parameter
No.
Name of parameter
Description
r−rST
(REVERSE-TRIP RESET)
State of I1 and I2
Action
I1
I2
OFF
−
ON
−
CW run
−
ON
Trip reset (which must be retained 0.2 sec or longer) *
Stop
Deceleration stop when " 16 Stop mode selection" is dEC
(2) When " 30 Run command selection" is
PnL (PANEL), the motor can be
commanded with RUN STOP switch of Digital key pad.
Rotation direction in this case can be set by parameter and "I1""I2" state.
When only the digital key pad is connected, "I1" and "I2" are set to OFF.
F−r (FORWARD-REVERSE)
State of I1 and I2
I1
I2
Action
−
OFF
CCW rotation selection
OFF
ON
CW rotation selection
ON
ON
r−F
Free-run stop irrespective of RUN switch
Trip reset (which must be retained 0.2 sec or longer)*
(REVERSE-FORWARD)
State of I1 and I2
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I1/I2 function
Selection
(continued)
I1
I2
−
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
rS.Fr
ON
Action
CW rotation selection
CCW rotation selection
Free-run stop irrespective of RUN switch
Trip reset (which must be retained 0.2 sec or longer)*
(RUNSTOP. FORWARD-REVERSE)
State of I1 and I2
Action
I1
I2
−
OFF
CCW rotation selection
−
ON
CW rotation selection
F−rST
CCW run with
(FORWARD-TRIP RESET)
RUN switch
State of I1 and I2
I1
I2
−
ON
r−rST
CW run with
Action
Trip reset(which must be retained 0.2 sec or longer) *
(REVERSE-TRIP RESET)
RUN switch
State of I1 and I2
I1
I2
−
ON
Action
Trip reset(which must be retained 0.2 sec or longer) *
* Effective only when trip occurs
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Detail of parameter
Parameter
No.
Name of parameter
Description
When " 31 Speed command selection" is
VoL−A
(VOL-A), motor setting speed at 0V input is
analogue speed instruction
3A
Lower speed limit
Speed instruction value
Upper speed
limit
Lower speed
limit
set.
0 0.5
4.5 5V
Input voltage
Upper limit of motor command speed.
VoL−A
When " 31 Speed command selection" is analogue speed command
(VOL-A), motor setting speed at 5V input is set. Further, upper limit of " 00 Internal speed
(0-th speed)" is limited by this parameter.
3b
Upper speed limit
3C
Torque limit
Upper limit of motor output torque is set.
(No precision is provided because torque is not controlled. Use as a guide.)
100% indicates the rated torque.
40
O1 function
selection
Output terminal " 01 " can also be selected as follows.
Polarity of " 40 O1 function selection " can be inverted by " 42 O1 output polarity selection".
: Trip signal (Trip: ON)
TrIP (TRIP)
: Arriving signal (When reached to a command value ON)
STbL (STABLE)
Æ See " 44 Speed matching range".
rUn (RUN)
: Run/Stop signal (When running: ON)
FrEE (FREE)
: Free-run signal (During free run: ON)
F (FORWARD) : CCW run signal (During CCW run: ON)
r (REVERSE) : CW run signal (During CW run: ON)
Ck−L (CHECK−L) : Overload detection
Output when load exceeds 100%
(Load exceeds 100%:ON)
(PULSE-OUT):
Speed
pulse signal
POUT
Æ See " 45 Output pulse count selection".
42
O1 output polarity
selection
44
Speed matching
range
This is a function for inverting the polarity of signal output between output terminal "O1"
and "GND".
nOr
nOr (NORMAL) : Transistor "ON" when activated
rEV
rEV (REVERSE) : Transistor "OFF" when activated
When " 40 O1 function selection " is set to
STbL (STABLE) Arriving signal,
" Speed matching range " for output arriving signal can be adjusted.
x When difference between actual rotation speed and speed setting is smaller than
"Speed matching range", arriving signal is output.
x Even if the speed is reached, when speed matching range is set too small, arriving
signal may turn on and off due to speed fluctuation.
x Arriving signal is not output when CCW/CW changes.
When " 40 O1 function selection " is set to
POUT
set to be output to " O1" while the motor makes one turn.
(PULSE-OUT), pulse count is
(To be selected from 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12, and 24)
45
Output pulse
count selection
T
500±100μs
(Ex) When rotation number is 3000 r/min, in the
case where " 45 Output pulse selection" is 24,
60
= 0.83ms
3000×24
Frequency f = 1/T = 1.2kHz
T=
You can choose description to be displayed on 5-digit LED when turning on power.
O.−r (OUTPUT-REVOLUTION) : Rotation speed
O.−L (OUTPUT-LOAD)
: Torque
46
Monitor mode
selection
AV.−L (AVERAGE-LOAD)
: Load factor (average torque)
S.−r (SETTING-REVOLUTION) : Speed command
: Internal DC voltage
dC−V (DC-VOLTAGE)
(Voltage of smoothing capacitor of power
supply)
In speed display mode, the value multiplied by " 47 Numerator of display multiplying
factor" / " 48 Denominator of display multiplying factor" is displayed.
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Parameter
No.
Name of parameter
Description
47
Numerator of
display
magnification
factor
48
Denominator of
display
magnification
factor
You can set the multiplying factor of a value displayed on 5-digit LED.
Value of 47 ÷ 48 is a display multiplying factor. Set a value in the range where
calculated display magnifying factor is 10 – 1/1000.
Rotation number of gear output shaft and the speed of line can be displayed.
When the display magnifying factor is changed, the parameter relating to speed (below)
is displayed by a value multiplied by display multiplying factor.
" 00 Internal speed (0-th speed)" " 3A Lower speed limit" " 3b Upper speed limit "
" 44 Speed matching range"
Trip history 1 – 5 can be cleared.
<Clearing procedure>
4A
Trip history clear
4b
4C
4d
4E
Trip history 1
Trip history 2
Trip history 3
Trip history 4
Trip history 5
Trip history for 5 times in the past is stored. Trip history 1 is the latest history.
See "Protective function" for displayed description.
When no history is available, −−−−− is displayed.
Undervoltage
trip selection
When nO (NO) is selection, the motor is not tripped at insufficient voltage. If
voltage should fall and undervoltage status is found while the motor is running, the motor
stops after running free, while if operation instruction is input after recovery of power, the
motor is restarted automatically. (■Be cautious.)
When
YES (YES) is selection, the motor is tripped at undervoltage, and trip
signal is output. When normal power is off, trip is not stored in trip history. Trip is stored
only when power has stopped instantaneously. (Trip is stored in trip history only when
undervoltage once becomes short and then is recovered normal)
50
51
Retrial selection
52
Retrial start time
YES (YES) selection, and turn on power again after display
Cut off power with
has disappeared, then −−−−− is displayed, and trip history is cleared.
When power is turned on again, normal operation is started.
Automatic reset in trip (trip retrial) can be set here. Trip can be is automatically reset to
allow operation to continue.
Use this function only on such equipment that has no problem of safety even if the motor
is automatically restarted.
■ Retrial is impossible if trip is by Overcurrent error
E−OC , Sensor error
E−CS ,System error Err , User parameter error
E−SPr .
E−UPr , or System parameter error
nO (NO) is selection, retrial is not effective.
When When
4 is selection, retrial is made for the set number of times.
1 –
When 2 hours has elapsed with no trip, the number of retrying times is initialized to 0.
Set the interval between retrials by 52 Retrial start time.
When trip occurs in excess of preset number of trials, the motor outputs trip signal and
stops.
■ During retrial trip signal is not output (It is stored in trip history.)
You can set waiting time until retrial operation is performed after trip is found.
You can set 1 to 120 seconds.
Parameters can be initialized to the factory default.
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<Initializing procedure>
Parameter
initializing
Cut off power with
YES (YES) selected, and turn on power again after display
has disappeared, then −−−−− is displayed , and parameters are initialized to the
factory default.
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Parameter copy
F0
For manufacturer
use
Parameters can be copied.
nO (NO) Parameters are not copied
P.InIT (PARAMETER-INITIALIZE) : Initialization of Digital key pad data
: Reading parameters into Digital key pad data
P.LOAd (PARAMETER-LOAD)
P.PrOG (PARAMETER-PROGRAM) : Writing parameters to the brushless inverter
See " How to copy parameter " on page 16 for details.
It cannot be changed.
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Conformance to EC directive and UL standard
EC Directives
The EC directives apply to all such electronic products as those having specific functions and directly sold to
general consumers in EU countries. These products are required to meet the EU unified standards and to be
furnished with CE marking.
Our brushless motor meet the EC Directives for Low Voltage Equipment so that the machine or equipment
comprising our AC servo can meet relevant EC Directives.
EMC Directives
Our brushless motor can meet EMC Directives and related standards. However, to meet these requirements,
the systems must be limited with respect to configuration and other aspects, e.g. the installation and some
special wiring conditions must be met. This means that in some cases machines and equipment comprising
our servo systems may not satisfy the requirements for wiring and grounding conditions specified by the
EMC Directives. Therefore, conformance to the EMC Directives (especially the requirements for emission
noise and noise terminal voltage) should be examined based on the final products that include our system.
Applicable standard
Applicable standard
UL
CE
UL1004
UL508C
EN50178
Standard for electric motor
Standard for electric converter equipment
Electronic and electric equipment used for electric power
facilities (low voltage directive)
EN60034-1
Electric rotation equipment (motor) (low voltage directive)
EN55011
Radio interference wave characteristics of industrial, scientific,
and medical high-frequency equipment
EN61000-6-2 Standards for immunity in industrial environment (EMC directive)
IEC61000-4-2 Electrostatics Discharge Immunity Test
IEC61000-4-3 Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Field Immunity Test
IEC61000-4-4 Electric high-speed transient phenomenon/burst immunity test
IEC61000-4-5 Lightening Surge Immunity Test
IEC61000-4-6 High Frequency Conduction Immunity Test
IEC61000-4-11 Instantaneous Outage-Immunity Test
Installation condition
−
Overvoltage category II
Class I equipment
Pollution degree 2
(circuit assembly)
Configuration of peripheral equipment
Power
supply
x 100 V system: Single phase 100 V – 120 V ± 10%, 50/60 Hz
200 V system: Single phase 200 V – 240 V ± 10%, 50/60 Hz
x Use the equipment under the environment of overvoltage category II specified by IEC60664-1.
x In order to obtain overvoltage category II, insert a transformer conforming to EN standard or IEC
standard to the input of brushless motor.
x Use an electric wire size suitable to EN60204-1.
Fuse
breaker
Be sure to connect a specified no-fuse breaker certified by IEC standard and UL, or a fuse certified by
UL between power supply and noise filter. Observance of this condition allows conformance with
UL508C (file No. E164620) and UL1004 (file No. E166557).
Noise filter
When installing one noise filter at the power supply for more than one brushless motor used, contact the
manufacturer of noise filter.
Surge
absorber
Install a surge absorber on the primary side of noise filter. However, in performing the voltage
resistance test of machine and equipment, be sure to remove the surge absorber; otherwise,
the surge absorber may be ruptured.
Grounding
Be sure to connect the grounding wire E (green/yellow) of brushless motor and protective
grounding wire (PE) of system for preventing electric shock. Do not tighten the grounding wires
together but connect them individually.
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Wiring of peripheral equipment
No-fuse breaker
Black
White
Noise filter
Green/Yellow
Power supply
Protective earth
(PE)
Surge absorber
Brushless motor
List of compatible peripheral equipment
Part name
Noise filter
Surge absorber
Optional part number
Manufacturer's part No.
Manufacturer
OKAYA ELECTRIC IND.
CO., LTD.
DV0P3611-5
SUP-EQ5-ER-6
DV0P1450
R.A.V-781BXZ-4
OKAYA ELECTRIC IND. CO.,
LTD.
Contact: OKAYA ELECTRIC IND. CO., LTD.
Japan
+81-3-3424-8120
Noise filter
100
88
75
53.1
5
50
60
7
2-φ4.5
2-φ4.5×6.75
6-M4
Surge absorber
1
2
3
1 2 3
Open the unused terminal.
Recommended circuit breaker
Made by SANKEN AIRPAX CO., LTD.:
Contact: Sanken Airpax Co., Ltd.
Type IELH-1-11-63-5A-M
(Rated current 5A, cutoff characteristics DELAY63)
■Recommended cutoff characteristics: DELAY61-63
http//www. sanken-airpax. co. jp /epage. html
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Specifications
● General specification
Model name
Toothed shaft
Round shaft
MBMC3A1AXA MBMC3A1ASA
MBMC3A2AXA MBMC3A2ASA
MBMC5A1AXA MBMC5A1ASA
MBMC5A2AXA MBMC5A2ASA
MBMC9A1AZA MBMC9A1ASA
MBMC9A2AZA MBMC9A2ASA
MBMC1E2AZA MBMC1E2ASA
Power input
Rated
output
Voltage
Tolerance
(W)
(V)
(%)
30
50
90
130
Rated input
Frequency
current
(Hz)
(A)
Single phase
100 - 120
Single phase
200 - 240
Single phase
100 - 120
Single phase
200 - 240
±10
50/60
Single phase
100 - 120
Single phase
200 - 240
Single phase
200 - 240
1.0
0.6
1.5
0.7
2.0
1.1
1.5
Rated Starting Rated
rotation
torque torque
speed
(N・m) (N・m) (r/min)
0.095 0.14
0.16 0.24
3000
0.29 0.43
0.41 0.62
● Common specifications
Item
Specification
Product No.
MBMC3A**** MBMC5A**** MBMC9A**** MBMC1E****
Rated output (W)
30
50
90
130
Speed control range
30 – 300 r/min (speed ratio 1: 100)
With load
±1% or below (at 0 – Rated torque, Rated rotation speed)
Speed
With voltage
±1 % or below (at supply voltage ±10%, rated rotation speed)
fluctuation
factor
±1% or below (Motor: At -10 – 40°C, rated rotation speed)
With temperature
Acceleration/Deceleration time
0.3 sec (time for changing from 0 to 1000 r/min) *
Stopping procedure
Free-run stop*
0 – 3000 r/min (analogue voltage ( 0 – 5 V), console A),
Speed setting
Setting selection by parameter on console A and Digital key pad
Speed setting resolution
Analog: approx. 1/200 of upper speed limit
Digital: 1 r/min
Speed setting precision
(at 20°C)
Analogue: ±5% or below of upper speed limit (±150r/min or below at upper speed limit 3000 r/min)
[Digital: 1% or below of upper speed limit ]
Protective function
Motor heat resistance class
Warning: Undervoltage warning *, Overload warning
Protect: Overcrrent, Overvoltage, Undervoltage, Overload, User parameter error,
System parameter error, System error, Overspeed, Sensor error,
Overheat, and setting change warning
E (120°C) (UL certification A (105°C))
Rating 30 min or
continuous load 80%
Continuous
Time rating
(Continuous regenerative operation is not allowed when motor shaft is rotated from
load side, such as lowering load operation.)
100%
150% 60 sec
Overload warning level
Overload timing characteristics
1.1
Motor mass (kg)
1.3
80%
2.3
● Speed – Torque characteristics (Torque in short-time run area is a typical value.)
Torque
MBMC3A1AXA/MBMC3A1ASA
MBMC3A2AXA/MBMC3A2ASA
0.14N・m
0.095N・m
Short-time operation region
Continuous operation region
Rotation speed
Torque
150%
Torque
0.24N・m
0.16N・m
150%
Short-time operation region
0.29N・m
100%
Continuous operation region
Rotation speed 3000r/min
150%
Short-time operation region
100%
Rotation speed
3000r/min
0.43N・m
*Changeable by Digital key pad
MBMC5A1AXA/MBMC5A1ASA
MBMC5A2AXA/MBMC5A2ASA
Continuous operation region
100%
MBMC9A1AZA/MBMC9A1ASA
MBMC9A2AZA/MBMC9A2ASA
2.3
Torque
0.62N・m
3000r/min
MBMC1E2AZA/MBMC1E2ASA
150%
Short-time operation region
0.41N・m
0.33N・m
100%
Short time rating area (30 min rating)
80%
Continuous operation region
Rotation speed
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3000r/min
● Dimensional Outline Drawing (in mm)
Motor
30W
50W
O-ring
90W
O-ring
130W
Shaft end size of
round shaft type
O-ring
Gear head
● MX8G□B
(For 30W/50W motor, sold
separately)
30/50W
90/130W
Outer size of key and
キー、キー溝外形寸法
key groove
・ Reduction gear ratio in □
・ Reduction gear ratio is
available in 22 types: 3, 3.6, 5,
6, 7.5, 9, 10, 12.5, 15, 18, 20,
25, 30, 36, 50, 60, 75, 90, 100,
120, 150, 180
● MZ9G□B
(For 30W/50W motor, sold
separately)
Outer size of key and
key groove
・ Reduction gear ratio in □
・ Reduction gear ratio is
available in 23 types: 3, 3.6, 5,
6, 7.5, 9, 10, 12.5, 15, 18, 20,
25, 30, 36, 50, 60, 75, 90, 100,
120, 150, 180, 200
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Options
Options
● Console A
(attached, sold separately )
(Console A/Digital key pad)
DV0P3510
28
65
55
● Mounting hole
65
55
8
20
Console A
Connector pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
28
70
60
2-Φ3.5
■ Console A connector
pin layout
φ 30 hole
14
70
60
20
65
55
60
70
DV0P3500
● Digital key pad
(sold separately)
2-M3 or
φ 3.7 hole
2-Φ3.5
■ Digital key pad connector
pin layout
Digital key pad
Connector pin No.
Terminal
symbol
I1
I2
GND
FIN
+5V
―
―
―
―
―
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Terminal
symbol
―
―
GND
―
+5V
―
SCK
SIN
SOT
―
■ Console A,
digital key pad
connector pin No.
6
1
10
5
● Control signal extension cable (10P) (Optional)
● Outer dimension
Model name
Length (L)
DV0P35910
DV0P35930
DV0P35950
1m
3m
5m
(10P)
(10P)
L
Console side
(39-01-2105)
Motor side
(39-01-2106)
● Control signal branch cable (10P) (Optional)
● Outer dimension
Model name
Length (L)
DV0P37505
0.5m
(10P)
(10P)
・ Control signal is branched into two.
Motor side
(Connected to all pins)
(39-01-2106)
・ Use it when you want to input a control
signal (Console A) while using digital
key pad.
Console side
(39-01-2105)
(10P)
L
● Control signal connector kit (optional)
Model name
A DV0P3600
B DV0P3610
Description
Engaged with motor
Engaged with
console
39-01-2106 (5559-10P-210) X 1, pin 39-00-0049 (5558T2L) X 10 (Nihon Molex)
39-01-2105 (5557-10R-210) X 1, pin 39-00-0047 (5556T2L) X 10 (Nihon Molex)
・Applicable electric wire size: AWG22 - 26
・Applicable manual pressure bonding tool: 57064-5000 or 57038-5300 (Nihon Molex)
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Warranty
Warranty period
● Warranty period of this product is 1 year from purchasing, or 1.5 years from our
manufacturing month.
However, respective life shall not be exceeded as for standard life describing items.
(See "How to install/Check of load and use condition" on page 12.)
Detail of warranty
● If any trouble should be found within warranty period under normal use condition in
conformance with this instruction manual, it will be repaired free of charge.
Repair will be chargeable in the following cases even if within warranty period:
(1) When trouble is caused by wrong use, and inappropriate repair or modification.
(2) When trouble is caused by dropping after purchase, or damage in transportation.
(3) When trouble is caused by use out of specification range of the product.
(4) When trouble is caused by fire, earthquake, lightning stroke, damage by wind and flood,
damage by salt, abnormal voltage and any other natural disaster.
(5) When trouble is caused by entry of water, oil, metal strip, and any other foreign substance.
● Warranty covers only the body of delivered product, and damage induced by trouble of
delivered products will be excluded from compensation.
Caution in use
● If you are planning to use this product under special environment, such as atomic power
control, aerospace equipment, traffic organization, medical equipment, various safety systems,
and equipment which requires cleanliness, please contact us.
● When this product is operated without the shaft electrically grounded, such as in driving
the fan, bearing noise may become higher due to the occurence of electrocorrosion
depending on the motor used or setting emvironment, so confirm and verify the condition
on the customer side in such a case.
● Although we make efforts as far as possible for ensuring the quality of this product, it may
operate out of setting due to external noise and static electricity more than expected, or
accidental trouble of power supply, wiring, and components, use caution for ensuring safety in
your failsafe design and operable range in moving place.
Motor Company, Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. Marketing Group
Tokyo:
4-12-4, Higashishinagawa, shinagawa-ku, Tokyo, 140-8587 (Panasonic Tower 17F)
(03)6710-3243
FAX (03)6710-3847 Nagoya: 23-30, Izumi Higashi-ku 1-chome, Nagoya, Aichi, 461-8530
(052)951-6217
FAX(052)951-3268
Osaka: 1-1, Morofuku 7-chome, Daito, Osaka, 574-0044
(072)870-3065 FAX(072)870-3151
31
GHV Vertriebs-GmbH - www.ghv.de - [email protected] - +49 700 44488801
After-sale service (repair)
Repair
x Ask the seller where the product was purchased for details of repair work.
When the product is installed in a machine or device, consult first the manufacturer of the machine or device.
GHV Vertriebs-GmbH
Am Schammacher Feld 47
D-85567 Grafing b. München
Tel: +49 8092 8189-0 Fax: +49 8092 818999
Memorandum (Fill in the blanks for convenience in case of inquiry or repair)
Date of purchase Date:
Model No.
MBMC………A……
Place of purchase
TEL( ) −
Motor Company, Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
7-1-1, Morofuku, Daito, Osaka 574-0044, Japan
072-871-1212
GHV Vertriebs-GmbH - www.ghv.de - [email protected] - +49 700 44488801
IMC63
S0804-0
Parameter No: Standard parameters of Quattroflow
00
10
12
14
15
16
17
1A
1b
30
31
33
3A
3b
3C
40
42
44
45
0r/min
0,30s
0,30s
lin
lin
free
1,0s
1500
2500
start/stop int, panel
ext. Ter
int. Panel
0-5V ext. Vol-A
rSfr
0
3000
100%
Trip
NORMAL
50
24
1
2
3
4
5
Index
a
6
7
Art der Änderung/ Grund
8
Datum
Neue Klemmringschraubenposition / new clamping bolt position
Name
06.04.10 Sporleder
A
A
Wir empfehlen für einen schnellen
Förderkammerwechsel diesen
Bereich der Pumpe nicht zu verbauen.
We recommend this area of the pump
not to obstruct for a quick
changing of the pump chamber.
1:5
B
Loch für Innensechskantschlüssel
a
zum Lösen des Klemmringes.
Hole for inside hexagonal key in order to
solve the clamp ring of the pump chamber.
280.5
115
B
25
4.57
C
62
72
99.5
184
C
215
D
10
D
84
8.5
59
108
68
191
114
277
Die Förderkammer kann
in 90 $Schritten ohne
Funktionseinschränkung
gedreht werden.
It is possible to turn the
pump chamber in 90°
steps without functional
interferences.
E
E
Kanten
DIN ISO
13715
Maßstab
1:2
Datum
31.03.09
Bear.
Allgemeintoleranz Gepr.
DIN ISO
Norm
2768-m-S
F
Masse
8.179kg
Name
Sporleder
-
Material
-
/
siehe Stueckliste
Halbzeug
Benennung:Pump
Modell:PQ15PTIE_01
Pumpe, Standard
1/4" TC-Anschluss
F
Zeichnungsnummer+Änderungsindex:Datei:PQ15PTIE_01 Blatt
PQ15PTIE_01 a
(Ers. f.:)
Q150-0000-01
1
2
3
4
5
6
3
(Ers. d.:)
7
8
1
Bl.
1
2
3
4
5
Index
a
6
7
Art der Änderung/ Grund
8
Datum
Neue Klemmringschraubenposition / new clamping bolt position
Name
06.04.10 Sporleder
A
A
6
24
12
20
1
B
B
5
18
C
C
2
19
21
D
D
13
11
25
17
E
E
3
10
14
16
9
7
8
23
15
22
Kanten
DIN ISO
13715
Maßstab
1:2
Datum
31.03.09
Bear.
Allgemeintoleranz Gepr.
DIN ISO
Norm
2768-m-S
F
4
Masse
8.179kg
Name
Sporleder
-
Material
-
/
siehe Stueckliste
Halbzeug
Benennung:Pump
Modell:PQ15PTIE_01
Pumpe, Standard
1/4" TC-Anschluss
F
Zeichnungsnummer+Änderungsindex:Datei:PQ15PTIE_01 Blatt
PQ15PTIE_01 a
(Ers. f.:)Q150-0000-01
1
2
3
4
5
6
3
(Ers. d.:)
7
8
2
Bl.
1
A
2
1
BG pump chamber, stainless steel
1
Foerderkammer aus Edelstahl
PQ15C_01
Anschluss Standard
2
Stk connector port
4
1
Stk Baseplate
1
Q150-013-05
Grundplatte
Q150-016-05
Haube
5
1
BG shroud
6
1
Stk switch
1
Stk coupling spider
1
Stk coupling
1
Stk coupling
10
4
Stk shock absorber, white
11
2
Stk O-Ring seal
12
1
Stk panel
13
1
Stk brushless motor, 50W, 110V
14
4
Stk washer
15
2
Stk Acorn Nut
16
4
Stk philliphead truss screw
17
4
Stk hexagonal socket head cap screw
18
3
Stk hexagonal socket head cap screw
19
4
Stk hexagonal socket head cap screw
20
2
Stk hexagonal socket head cap screw
21
4
Stk hexagonal socket head cap screw
22
2
Stk hexagonal bolt
23
6
Stk phillip head socket bolt
24
2
Stk lock nut
2
Stk lock nut
7
8
9
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
D
PQ15A_01
3
1
C
Ringantrieb
BG ring drive
3
3
3
25
3
4
Sachnummer/Norm-Kurzbezeichnung
(Kategorie/Dateiname)
1
1
B
Benennung
1
1
3
2
Lfd.
Menge
Einheit
Nr.
Q150-020-01
Schalter, vandalensicher, 19.5mm
DRUCKSCHALTER-VANDALENSICHER
Zahnkranz Rotex-GS 92 Shore A-GS GELB
KTR-ROTEX-GS9-ZAHNKRANZ
Kupplung Rotex GS9 AL-H (I-ø 7mm)
KTR-GS9AL-H-ID7
Kupplung Rotex GS9 AL-H (I-ø 7mm)
KTR-GS9AL-H-ID8
Gummi-Puffer, weiss
KLOSETTDECKELPUFFER-M4
O-Ring
DIN3771-ORINGE_5_7X1_9
Bedienpanel, digital
PANASONIC-PANEL-DVOP3510
Bürstenloser Motor, 50W-110V mit gekürzter Welle
PANASONIC_MOTOR-MBMC5A1ASB
Scheibe ähnlich ISO7089
SCHEIBE-DIN125-M4-A2
Hutmutter
HUTMUTTER-DIN1587-M4-A2
Linsenschrauben
DIN7985-M4X10-A2
Zylinderschraube mit Innensechskant
DIN912_M4X12_A2
Zylinderschraube mit Innensechskant
DIN912_M4X40_A2
Zylinderschraube mit Innensechskant
DIN912_M4X45_A2
Zylinderschraube mit Innensechskant
DIN912_M5X12_A2
Zylinderschraube mit Innensechskant
DIN912_M5X16_A2
Sechskantschraube
DIN933_A2_M6X20
Senkkopfschraube mit Kreuzschlitz
DIN965-M4X16-A2
Mutter, selbsichernd
DIN985-A2-M3
Mutter, selbsichernd
DIN985-A2-M4
Bemerkung
PQ15A_01 b
siehe Stueckliste
PQ15C_01 a
siehe Stueckliste
Q150-013-05 b
1.4435
X2CrNiMo 18-14-3
Q150-016-05 -
1.4301
X6CrNiMoTi 17-12-2
Q150-020-01 a
1.4301
siehe Stueckliste
700652 -
-
550091000001 -
KTR-spezifisch
Elastomer
550097150750 -
Lieferanten-spezifisch
Aluminium
550097150850 -
Lieferanten-spezifisch
Aluminium
#25007 -
Lieferanten-spezifisch
Elastomer
5.7x1.9 -
EPDM
70 EPDM 291
DVOP3510 -
-
MBMC5A1ASB -
-
DIN125-4.3-A2 -
A2-70
Rostfreier Stahl
DIN1587-M4-A2 -
A2-70
Rostfreier Stahl
DIN7985A M4X10 FORM H
A2-70
Rostfreier Stahl
DIN912-M4x12-A2 -
A2-70
Rostfreier Stahl
DIN912-M4x40-A2 -
A2-70
Rostfreier Stahl
DIN912-M4x45-A2 -
A2-70
Rostfreier Stahl
DIN912-M5x12-A2 -
A2-70
Rostfreier Stahl
DIN912-M5x16-A2 -
A2-70
Rostfreier Stahl
DIN933-M6x20-A2 -
A2-70
Rostfreier Stahl
DIN965-M4x16-A2 -
A2-70
A2-70
DIN985-M3-A2 -
A2-70
Rostfreier Stahl
DIN985-M4-A2 -
A2-70
Rostfreier Stahl
A
B
C
D
E
E
Kanten
DIN ISO
13715
Maßstab
1:2
Datum
Allgemein- Bear. 31.03.09
toleranz Gepr.
DIN ISO
Norm
2768-m-S
Masse
8.179kg
Name
Sporleder
-
Material
-
/
siehe Stueckliste
Halbzeug
Benennung:Pump
Modell:PQ15PTIE_01
Pumpe, Standard
1/4" TC-Anschluss
Zeichnungsnummer+Änderungsindex:Datei:PQ15PTIE_01 Blatt
PQ15PTIE_01 a
(Ers. f.:)
Q150-0000-01
(Ers. d.:)
3
3
Bl.
1
A
2
3
4
5
Index
6
7
Art der Änderung/ Grund
8
Datum
Name
Förderkammer und Motor sind - unabhängig voneinander - jeweils in
$-Schritten
90
drehbar.
Pump head and motor are - independently - each in$steps
90
rotatable.
114
A
95
40
79
25
B
96
B
C
56
C
5
3
A-A
M6
115
50
D
(20)
D
51.5
90
99
E
1:2
Wir empfehlen, diesen
Bereich vor der Pumpe
als Wechselbereich
für Pumpenkopf offen zu
lassen und nicht zu
verbauen.
We recommend
to leave open this area in
front of the pump as
a change area for the pump
head and not to obstruct.
F
Loch für Innensechskantschlüssel
zum Lösen des Klemmringes.
Hole for inside hexagonal key in order to
solve the clamp ring of the pump chamber.
Kanten
DIN ISO
13715
Maßstab
1:1
Datum
Allgemein- Bear. 20.04.09
toleranz Gepr.
DIN ISO
Norm
2768-m-S
Masse
5.420kg
Name
Sporleder
-
Material
-
/
siehe Stueckliste
Halbzeug
Benennung:Pump
Modell:PQ15PTIEOG-01
Pumpe, Standard
1/4"-TC Anschluss
2
3
4
F
Zeichnungsnummer+Änderungsindex:
Datei:PQ15PTIEOG-01 Blatt
PQ15PTIEOG-01 (Ers. f.:)
Q150-0000-03
1
E
5
6
3
(Ers. d.:)
7
8
1
Bl.
1
2
3
4
5
Index
6
7
Art der Änderung/ Grund
8
Datum
Name
A
A
6
4
5
1
B
B
C
C
D
D
8
11
2
9
3
7
10
E
E
Kanten
DIN ISO
13715
Maßstab
1:1
Datum
Allgemein- Bear. 20.04.09
toleranz Gepr.
DIN ISO
Norm
2768-m-S
F
Masse
5.420kg
Name
Sporleder
-
Material
-
/
siehe Stueckliste
Halbzeug
Benennung:Pump
Modell:PQ15PTIEOG-01
Pumpe, Standard
1/4"-TC Anschluss
F
Zeichnungsnummer+Änderungsindex:
Datei:PQ15PTIEOG-01 Blatt
PQ15PTIEOG-01 (Ers. f.:)
Q150-0000-03
1
2
3
4
5
6
3
(Ers. d.:)
7
8
2
Bl.
1
A
Foerderkammer aus Edelstahl
BG pump chamber, stainless steel
2
1
BG ring drive
1
PQ15PCES-01
Ringantrieb
PQ15RA-01
Anschluss
3
2
Stk connector port
4
1
Stk coupling spider
5
1
Stk coupling
6
1
Stk coupling
2
Stk O-Ring seal
1
Stk brushless motor, 50W, 230V
4
Stk hexagonal socket head cap screw
10
4
Stk hexagonal socket head cap screw
11
4
Stk hexagonal socket head cap screw
2
2
7
8
9
2
2
2
3
3
3
4
Sachnummer/Norm-Kurzbezeichnung
(Kategorie/Dateiname)
1
1
B
Benennung
1
1
3
2
Lfd.
Menge
Einheit
Nr.
Q150-013-05
Zahnkranz Rotex-GS 92 Shore A-GS GELB
KTR-ROTEX-GS9-ZAHNKRANZ
Kupplung Rotex GS9 AL-H (I-ø 7mm)
KTR-GS9AL-H-ID7
Kupplung Rotex GS9 AL-H (I-ø 7mm)
KTR-GS9AL-H-ID8
O-Ring
DIN3771-ORINGE_5_7X1_9
Bürstenloser Motor, 50W-230V mit gekürzter Welle
PANASONIC_MOTOR-MBMC5A2ASB
Zylinderschraube mit Innensechskant
DIN912_M4X12_A2
Zylinderschraube mit Innensechskant
DIN912_M4X45_A2
Zylinderschraube mit Innensechskant
DIN912_M5X16_A2
Bemerkung
PQ15PCES-01 -
siehe Stueckliste
PQ15RA-01 a
siehe Stueckliste
Q150-013-05 -
1.4435
X2CrNiMo 18-14-3
550091000001 -
KTR-spezifisch
Elastomer
550097150750 -
Lieferanten-spezifisch
Aluminium
550097150850 -
Lieferanten-spezifisch
Aluminium
5.7x1.9 -
EPDM
70 EPDM 291
MBMC5A2ASB -
-
DIN912-M4x12-A2 -
A2-70
Rostfreier Stahl
DIN912-M4x45-A2 -
A2-70
Rostfreier Stahl
DIN912-M5x16-A2 -
A2-70
Rostfreier Stahl
A
B
C
C
D
D
E
E
Kanten
DIN ISO
13715
Maßstab
1:1
Datum
Allgemein- Bear. 20.04.09
toleranz Gepr.
DIN ISO
Norm
2768-m-S
Masse
5.420kg
Name
Sporleder
-
Material
-
/
siehe Stueckliste
Halbzeug
Benennung:Pump
Modell:PQ15PTIEOG-01
Pumpe, Standard
1/4"-TC Anschluss
Zeichnungsnummer+Änderungsindex:
Datei:PQ15PTIEOG-01 Blatt
PQ15PTIEOG-01 (Ers. f.:)
Q150-0000-03
(Ers. d.:)
3
3
Bl.
ALMATEC Maschienenbau GmbH
Carl-Friedrich-Gauß-Str.5
47475 Kamp-Lindfort
Zertifikat / Certificate Class VI/FDA
Hiermit bestätigen wir, dass in den Quattroflow Pumpen und Ersatzteilkits der Baureihen QF150/QF150 SU, QF1000,
QF1200/QF1200 SU, QF4400/QF4400 SU,QF20K folgende Materialien eingesetzt werden.
We confirm that the following plastic- / elastomeric materials are used for the items of the Quattroflow pumps and spare part kits:
Series QF150/150SU, QF1000, QF1200/ QF1200 SU , QF4400/QF4400 SU, QF 20K.
Bauteil
Item
In Pumpe / in Kit
In Pump / in Kit
Material
Material
Ventilplatte / Valve
Plate
Ventilplatte / Valve
Plate
Ventilplatte / Valve
Plate
Förderkammer /
Pump Chamber
Förderkammer /
Pump Chamber
Quattroflow 1000
Polypropylen
PP-DWST natur
Quattroflow 4000/4400
PP-DWST natur
Quattroflow 20K
PP-DWST natur
Quattroflow 1200-SU
PP-DWST natur
Quattroflow 4400-SU
PP-DWST natur
Ventile / Valves
Quattroflow 150/150SU
EPDM AA7IEZ
Ventile / Valves
Quattroflow 1000
EPDM AA7IEZ
Ventile / Valves
Quattroflow 1200
EPDM AA7IEZ
Ventile / Valves
Quattroflow 1200-SU
EPDM AA7IEZ
Ventile / Valves
Quattroflow 4000/4400
EPDM AA7IEZ
Ventile / Valves
Quattroflow 4400-SU
EPDM AA7IEZ
Ventile / Valves
Quattroflow 20K
EPDM AA7IEZ
O-Ringe/O-rings
Quattroflow 150/150SU
O-Ringe/O-rings
O-Ringe/O-rings
USP Plastic
Class VI / 121°C
FDA 21 CFR
§177.2600/-.1520
Cert. issued by:
Cert. issued by:
BioService
Nr. 072098
BioService
Nr. 072098
BioService
Nr. 072098
BioService
Nr. 072098
BioService
Nr. 072098
Proj. ISEGA
07
Proj. ISEGA
07
Proj. ISEGA
07
Proj. ISEGA
07
Proj. ISEGA
07
24903 U
24903 U
24903 U
24903 U
24903 U
EPDM
Cert.- Kraiburg
70 EPDM 291
BioService
Proj. Nr. 063083
BioService
Proj. Nr. 063083
BioService
Proj. Nr. 063083
BioService
Proj. Nr. 063083
BioService
Proj. Nr. 063083
BioService
Proj. Nr. 063083
BioService
Proj. Nr. 063083
Cert.-Freudenberg
Quattroflow 1000
70 EPDM 291
Cert.-Freudenberg
Cert.-Freudenberg
Quattroflow 1200
70 EPDM 291
Cert.-Freudenberg
Cert.-Freudenberg
O-Ringe/O-rings
Quattroflow 1200-SU
70 EPDM 291
Cert.-Freudenberg
Cert.-Freudenberg
O-Ringe/O-rings
Quattroflow 4400-SU
70 EPDM 291
Cert.-Freudenberg
Cert.-Freudenberg
O-Ringe/O-rings
Quattroflow 4000/4400
70 EPDM 291
Cert.-Freudenberg
Cert.-Freudenberg
O-Ringe/O-rings
Quattroflow 20K
70 EPDM 291
Cert.-Freudenberg
Cert.-Freudenberg
O-Ringe/O-rings
PI2994
70 EPDM 291
Cert.-Freudenberg
Cert.-Freudenberg
Cert.- Kraiburg
Cert.- Kraiburg
Cert.- Kraiburg
Cert.- Kraiburg
Cert.- Kraiburg
Cert.- Kraiburg
Cert.-Freudenberg
Santoprene
Membran/Diaph.
Quattroflow 150/150SU
281-73 Medical Grade
Cert.-Santoprene
Cert.-Santoprene
Membran/Diaph.
Quattroflow 1000
281-73 Medical Grade
Cert.-Santoprene
Cert.-Santoprene
Membran/Diaph.
Quattroflow 1200
281-73 Medical Grade
Cert.-Santoprene
Cert.-Santoprene
Membran/Diaph.
Quattroflow 1200-SU
281-73 Medical Grade
Cert.-Santoprene
Cert.-Santoprene
Membran/Diaph.
Quattroflow 4400-SU
281-73 Medical Grade
Cert.-Santoprene
Cert.-Santoprene
Membran/Diaph.
Quattroflow 4000/4400
281-73 Medical Grade
Cert.-Santoprene
Cert.-Santoprene
Membran/Diaph.
Quattroflow 20K
281-73 Medical Grade
Cert.-Santoprene
Cert.-Santoprene
05.01.2012
Datum / Date
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