Motion control Lexium 05

Motion control Lexium 05
Motion control
Lexium 05
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Lexium 05 offer
b Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 2
b Servo motor/servo drive combinations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 4
Lexium 05 servo drives
b Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 6
b Characteristics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 12
b References
v Servo drives. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 16
v Separate parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 17
v CANopen or Profibus DP communication bus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 18
v Modbus serial link . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 19
v Other connecting cables and accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 20
b Options
v Braking resistors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 25
v Additional EMC input filters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 27
v Line chokes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 28
v Holding brake controller. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 29
b Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 30
b Schemes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 34
b Recommendations for EMC compatibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 45
b Operation on an IT system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 45
b Motor starters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 46
b Mounting recommendations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 48
b PowerSuite software workshop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 52
BSH servo motors
b Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 54
b Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 56
b References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 80
b Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 83
b Options
v Integrated holding brake . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 86
v Integrated encoder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 87
v GBX planetary gearboxes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 90
b Servo motor sizing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 92
Services
b Product reference index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 94
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Presentation
An extended offer
The range of Lexium 05 servo drives that are compatible with BSH servo motors
constitutes a compact and dynamic combination for machines across a wide power
and supply voltage range:
b Lexium 05 servo drive:
v 100…120 V single phase, 0.4 to 1.4 kW
v 200…240 V single phase, 0.75 to 2.5 kW
v 200…240 V three-phase, 0.75 to 3.2 kW
v 380…480 V three-phase, 1.4 to 6 kW
b BSH servo motor:
v Nominal torque: 0.42 to 33.5 Nm
v Nominal speed: 1250 to 6000 rpm
Lexium 05 servo drive
BSH servo motor
The Lexium 05 range is enhanced by GBX planetary gearboxes. These are easy to
mount, lubricated for life and available in 12 reduction ratios: 3:1 to 40:1.
GBX gearboxes are economical, and designed for applications requiring very limited
play.
Lexium 05 servo drives comply with EN 50178 and IEC/EN 61800-3 international
standards and carry UL (USA), cUL (Canada) approvals and e marking.
A complete piece of equipment
Lexium 05 integrates functions and components that are usually external. This
enables users to maintain particularly compact dimensions and makes it easier to
integrate the servo drive in control enclosures or machines.
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
The incorporation of “conducted and radiated” level A EMC filters in LXM 05ppppF1,
LXM 05ppppM2 and LXM 05ppppN4 servo drives simplifies installation and
provides a very economical means of complying with e marking requirements.
LXM 05ppppM3X servo drives are available without an EMC filter. If compliance with
EMC standards is required, filters which are available as an option can be installed
by the customer.
Safety
The Lexium 05 servo drive is incorporated in the safety system of installations. It
integrates the “Power Removal” safety function which prevents accidental starting of
the motor.
This function is compliant with machine standard EN 954-1 category 3, standard
IEC/EN 61508 SIL2 for electrical installations and draft standard IEC/EN 61800-5-2
for power drives.
Braking
Lexium 05 servo drives integrate a resistor as standard, which does away with the
need to use an external braking resistor in most applications.
Dynamic and powerful
Thanks to their new winding technology based on salient poles, BSH servo motors
are compact and offer a high power density.
The low inertia of the rotor and the slight notching effect make it possible to meet
demands for accuracy and dynamic performance.
Lexium 05: A Telemecanique branded
servo drive offer
Functions:
pages 6 to 11, 54 and 55
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Characteristics:
pages 12 to 15, 56 to 79
This dynamic performance is enhanced by the fast sampling time of the Lexium 05
servo drive control loops:
b 62.5 µs for the current loop
b 250 µs for the speed loop
b 250 µs for the position loop
References:
pages 16, 80 to 82
Dimensions:
pages 30 to 33, 83 to 85
Schemes:
pages 34 to 44
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Presentation
Control and interfaces
The Lexium 05 servo drive can control BSH servo motors in accordance with a large
number of control modes:
b Point-to-point mode: relative and absolute movements
b Electronic gearing mode
b Speed control with acceleration/deceleration ramp
b Instantaneous speed control
b Current control
b Manual movement for easy setup
Twido
CANopen
The Lexium 05 servo drive has three control interfaces as standard:
b Interface for CANopen, Modbus, or Profibus DP communication network
b Two ± 10 V analog reference inputs to give the speed or current reference, and
limit the speed or current
b One RS 422 (A/B) incremental encoder or pulse/direction input. This input can also
be configured as an output to emulate an encoder (ESIM).
b These interfaces are supplemented by logic inputs and outputs which can be used
as Source (positive logic) or Sink (negative logic) in order to adapt to the outputs of
controllers that are available on the market.
Simplicity
Integration
Its high integration level, compact size, the ability to mount it side by side, and its
ability to operate at ambient temperatures of 50°C without derating, enable the size
of enclosures to be reduced.
Low-power servo drives can be mounted on DIN rails.
Wiring
Spring terminals are used to save time, and avoid periodic checking of tightening
torques.
Setup
Thanks to the SinCos Hiperface® encoder of BSH motors, Lexium 05 automatically
receives data from the servo motor.
The parameters of the servo motor do not need to be set manually.
The “Simply Start” menu, which is available with the PowerSuite software workshop,
ensures that the installation operates within a few seconds.
The Lexium 05 auto-tuning function and its new algorithm automatically define the
optimum gains of the control loops in accordance with the mechanics for different
types of movement, including vertical movements.
The oscilloscope function of the PowerSuite software workshop is used to display the
electrical and mechanical values of the axis. The Fourier series transform (FFT) can
be used for fine analysis of the signals from the machine.
Dialogue tool
Integrated 7-segment display terminal 1
The Lexium 05 servo drive is supplied with an integrated 7-segment display terminal,
which is used to set the servo drive parameters, display errors and monitor the
system.
It is also used to control the servo drive in manual operation.
1
2
Remote LCD terminal 2
ESC
ENT
stop
reset
FWO
REV
RUN
Available as an option, it can be mounted on an enclosure door so that the monitoring
and adjustment functions and manual operation are always accessible. Its IP 65
protection enables it to be used in difficult environments.
PowerSuite 3
3
Functions:
pages 6 to 11, 54 and 55
Characteristics:
pages 12 to 15, 56 to 79
The PowerSuite software workshop is used to configure, set and debug
the Lexium 05 axis in the same way as for all other Telemecanique variable speed
drives and starters. It can be used with a direct connection or a Bluetooth® wireless
connection.
See page 52.
References:
pages 16, 80 to 82
Dimensions:
pages 30 to 33, 83 to 85
Schemes:
pages 34 to 44
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BSH servo motor and
Lexium 05 servo drive combinations
BSH servo motors
Lexium 05 single-phase servo drives (1)
BSH 0551T
115 V single-phase,
with integrated EMC input filter
230 V single-phase,
with integrated EMC input filter
LXM 05p
LXM 05p
D10F1
D17F1
D28F1
0.65 kW
1.4 kW
M0
nN
0.4 kW
0.5 Nm
3000 rpm
1.4 Nm
D17M2
D28M2
0.75 kW
1.2 kW
2.5 kW
6000 rpm
1.4 Nm
BSH 0552M 0.9 Nm
1500 rpm
2.3 Nm
BSH 0552P
4000 rpm
2.7 Nm
6000 rpm
1500 rpm
1.77 Nm
4.2 Nm
4000 rpm
3.18 Nm
0.9 Nm
BSH 0552T 0.9 Nm
BSH 0553M 1.3 Nm
3000 rpm
BSH 0553P
1.3 Nm
BSH 0553T
1.3 Nm
3000 rpm
BSH 0701P
BSH 0701T
1.4 Nm
1.4 Nm
2500 rpm
1.77 Nm
2.7 Nm
3.31 Nm
6000 rpm
2.42 Nm
BSH 0702M 2.1 Nm
BSH 0702P
2.2 Nm
BSH 0702T 2.12 Nm 2500 rpm
BSH 0703M 2.8 Nm
1.4 Nm
D10M2
nN
4.14 Nm
3.31 Nm
3000 rpm
5000 rpm
3.2 Nm
1500 rpm
6.8 Nm
3000 rpm
5.37 Nm
6000 rpm
1500 rpm
10 Nm
3.19 Nm
3000 rpm
7.55 Nm
4.14 Nm
6.8 Nm
7.28 Nm
10.3 Nm
BSH 0703P
3.1 Nm
BSH 0703T
2.8 Nm
2500 rpm
7.38 Nm
6000 rpm
7.38 Nm
BSH 1001T
BSH 1002P
3.4 Nm
5.8 Nm
2500 rpm
8.5 Nm
4000 rpm
2000 rpm
8.5 Nm
18.3 Nm
BSH 1003P
7.8 Nm
2000 rpm
22.79 Nm
1.4 Nm
Where:
M0 = stall torque
nN = maximum nominal speed (see characteristics pages 56 to 78)
Peak stall torque that can be supplied by the BSH servo motor and Lexium 05 servo drive
combination
(1) In the reference, replace p with A for the CANopen version with analog inputs, and with B for
the Profibus DP version.
Functions:
pages 6 to 11, 54 and 55
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Characteristics:
pages 12 to 15, 56 to 79
References:
pages 16, 80 to 82
Dimensions:
pages 30 to 33, 83 to 85
Schemes:
pages 34 to 44
Lexium 05 offer (continued)
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BSH servo motor and
Lexium 05 servo drive combinations
BSH servo motors
Lexium 05 three-phase servo drives (1)
BSH 0551T
230 V three-phase,
without integrated EMC input filter
400/480 V three-phase,
with integrated EMC input filter
LXM 05p (1)
LXM 05p (1)
D10M3X
D17M3X
D42M3X
1.4 kW
3.2 kW
M0
nN
0.75 kW
0.5 Nm
6000 rpm
1.4 Nm
BSH 0552M 0.9 Nm
1500 rpm
2.3 Nm
BSH 0552P
0.9 Nm
4000 rpm
2.7 Nm
BSH 0552T 0.9 Nm
BSH 0553M 1.3 Nm
6000 rpm
1500 rpm
1.77 Nm
4.2 Nm
BSH 0553P
1.3 Nm
4000 rpm
3.18 Nm
BSH 0553T
1.3 Nm
6000 rpm
BSH 0701M 1.4 Nm
BSH 0701P 1.4 Nm
1500 rpm
3000 rpm
3.2 Nm
3.2 Nm
BSH 0701T
1.4 Nm
6000 rpm
2.41 Nm
BSH 0702M 2.1 Nm
1500 rpm
6.8 Nm
BSH 0702P
BSH 0702T
2.2 Nm 3000 rpm
2.12 Nm 4500 rpm
BSH 0703M 2.8 Nm
1500 rpm
BSH 0703P
3.1 Nm
3000 rpm
BSH 0703T
2.8 Nm
6000 rpm
BSH 1001M 3.4 Nm
BSH 1001P 3.3 Nm
2000 rpm
BSH 1001T
4000 rpm
3.4 Nm
5.8 Nm 2000 rpm
5.52 Nm 4000 rpm
D22N4
D34N4
D57N4
1.4 kW
2.0 kW
3.0 kW
6.0 kW
6000 rpm
2.7 Nm
6000 rpm
3.87 Nm
6000 rpm
7.55 Nm
3000 rpm
10.3 Nm
3.31 Nm
5.37 Nm
3.19 Nm
7.55 Nm
6.8 Nm
10 Nm
7.28 Nm
6000 rpm
8.92 Nm
10.25 Nm
9.45 Nm
2000 rpm
4000 rpm
8.5 Nm
2000 rpm
16 Nm
9.45 Nm
8.5 Nm
BSH 1002M 5.5 Nm
BSH 1002P
BSH 1002T
D14N4
nN
12.35 Nm
4000 rpm
15.43 Nm
2000 rpm
27.8 Nm
16 Nm
BSH 1003M 7.8 Nm
BSH 1003P
8 Nm
2000 rpm
28.3 Nm
4000 rpm
26.97 Nm
BSH 1004P
10 Nm
1500 rpm
30.41 Nm
3000 rpm
22.53 Nm 30.41 Nm
BSH 1401P
11.1 Nm
2500 rpm
26.2 Nm
BSH 1401T
11.1 Nm 2500 rpm
1250 rpm
57.1 Nm
24.77 Nm
BSH 1402M 19.5 Nm
BSH 1402P
BSH 1402T
19.5 Nm 1500 rpm
14.73 Nm 2000 rpm
46.72 Nm
25.04 Nm
3000 rpm
57.42 Nm
BSH 1403M 27.8 Nm
1500 rpm
BSH 1403P
27.8 Nm
3000 rpm
76.66 Nm
88.17 Nm
57.24 Nm
BSH 1404M 33.4 Nm
BSH 1404P 33.4 Nm
1500 rpm
3000 rpm
126.45 Nm
60.04 Nm
BSH 2051M 36 Nm
1500 rpm
68.3Nm
Where:
M0 = stall torque
nN = maximum nominal speed (see characteristics pages 56 to 78)
1.4 Nm
1.4 Nm
Peak stall torque that can be supplied by the BSH servo motor and Lexium 05 servo drive
combination
(1) In the reference, replace p with A for the CANopen version with analog inputs, and with B for
the Profibus DP version.
Functions:
pages 6 to 11, 54 and 55
Characteristics:
pages 12 to 15, 56 to 79
References:
pages 16, 80 to 82
Dimensions:
pages 30 to 33, 83 to 85
Schemes:
pages 34 to 44
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General overview of Lexium 05 functions
The Lexium 05 servo drive integrates a large number of functions, enabling it to be
used in a wide range of industrial applications.
There are two main function families:
b Conventional adjustment functions, such as:
v Homing
v Manual mode
v Auto-tuning of the servo drive/servo motor combination
b Operating modes:
v Position control:
- Point-to-point mode
- Electronic gearing mode
v Speed control:
- Speed control with acceleration/deceleration ramp
- Instantaneous speed control
v Current control:
- Current regulation
Two types of operation are possible:
b Local mode
b Fieldbus mode
In local mode:
The servo drive parameters are defined via:
b The user interface
b The remote display terminal
b The PowerSuite software
Movements are then determined by:
b Analog signals (± 10 V)
b RS 422 type signals (pulse/direction or A/B signals)
In this mode, limit switches and homing switches are not managed by the servodrive.
In fieldbus mode:
b All the servo drive parameters and those associated with the operating modes can
be accessed via:
b The fieldbus, in addition to the access via the user interface
b The remote display terminal
b The PowerSuite software
Presentation:
pages 2 and 3
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Characteristics:
pages 12 to 15
References:
page 16
Dimensions:
pages 30 to 33
Schemes:
pages 34 to 44
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Adjustment functions
Homing
Before performing an absolute movement in point-to-point mode, a homing operation
must be carried out.
Homing consists of associating an axis position with a known mechanical position.
This position then becomes the reference position for any subsequent movement of
the axis.
Homing is carried out by:
b Immediately writing the actual position register
b Movements up to a reference sensor
Homing with search for sensors
Four types of homing with movement to sensors are possible:
b Homing on - limit switch, “LIMN”
b Homing on + limit switch, “LIMP”
b Homing on reference contact “REF” with initial movement in negative direction of
rotation
b Homing on reference contact “REF” with initial movement in positive direction of
rotation
These homing movements can be performed with or without taking the “Zero marker”
pulse into account.
LIMN
LIMP
M
1
2
R-
3
1 Move at search speed HMn
2 Move at output speed HMn_out
3 Clearance at distance HMdis at output speed HMn_out
HMdis
HMn
HMdisout_max
HMn_out
Homing operating mode: Example with limit switch and clearance from sensor edge
Forced homing
Forced homing consists of setting the current motor position as the new reference
point to which all subsequent positioning data refer.
M
After power-up, the position value is 0
1 Start movement towards the home point: the servo motor is
positioned using a relative movement of 2000 increments
2 Forced homing to value 0 by writing the actual position
expressed in user units
3 Initiation of a command to move 2400 increments to the
absolute position. The target position is 2400 increments
(4400 increments if forced homing had not been
performed).
M
M
1
2000 Inc
0
“2000”
3
2
“0”
0
2400 Inc
Forced homing operating mode
Homing parameters
The homing parameters are transmitted via the fieldbus or using PowerSuite
software.
Presentation:
pages 2 and 3
Characteristics:
pages 12 to 15
References:
page 16
Dimensions:
pages 30 to 33
Schemes:
pages 34 to 44
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Adjustment functions
Manual mode
This mode enables an axis to be moved manually. The movement can be carried out
over one movement step or continuously, at constant speed. Two speeds of
movement are available (slow or fast). Various parameters are used to configure the
manual movement.
Setpoint value
The parameters are transmitted via the fieldbus, the PowerSuite software or the
servo drive user interface.
1
0
startMan, Bit0
1
startMan, Bit2
0
n_fastMan
Servo motor
n_slowMan
M
Stop
1
2
1
3
4
1
stateMan, Bit14
1: step_Man
0
2: t < time_Man
3: time_Man
4: Continuous
movement
Adjustment of the machine in manual mode
On a rising edge of a “startMan” control bit, a movement step is performed 1 at low
or high speed depending on the command on a second bit, “speedMan”.
If the “startMan” control bit is maintained active beyond the waiting time “timeMan” example 3 -, the movement is restarted and continues 4 monitored by the operator,
until the “startMan” command returns to inactive level.
A “stateMan” bit reflects the state - ready/rotating - of the servo motor in manual
mode.
Auto-tuning of the servo drive/servo motor combination
The auto-tuning function integrated in the servo drive enables automatic tuning of the
servo control parameters to be performed after the initial configuration.
This function is activated via:
b The user interface
b The remote display terminal
b The PowerSuite software
This procedure requires the servo motor to be coupled to its mechanism. Additional
parameters can be used to limit the amplitude and the direction of the movements
performed during the auto-tuning phase.
The PowerSuite software also provides screens for carrying out these servo control
adjustments conventionally.
Presentation:
pages 2 and 3
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Characteristics:
pages 12 to 15
References:
page 16
Dimensions:
pages 30 to 33
Schemes:
pages 34 to 44
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Operating modes
Operating mode
The following table summarizes the various possible operating modes, the control
types and the sources of setpoint values.
Operating mode
Control
via
fieldbus
Setpoint value via
local
Point-to-point mode
Fieldbus or PowerSuite software
Electronic gearing mode
Pulse/direction signals or A/B signals
Speed control with ramp
Fieldbus or PowerSuite software
Instantaneous speed control
Analog input, fieldbus or PowerSuite
software
Analog input, fieldbus or PowerSuite
software
Current control
Functions available
Functions not available
Point-to-point mode
This mode, also referred to as PTP (Point To Point), is used to move the axis from a
position A to a position B. The movement can be absolute: this consists of expressing
position B in relation to a home position (the axis must have previously been
referenced), or relative: in this case the movement is performed in relation to the
current position of the axis (A). The movement is performed according to
acceleration, deceleration and speed parameters.
Setpoint value
The homing parameters are transmitted via the fieldbus or using the PowerSuite
software.
Software limits
Target
position
Limiting
Speed
setpoint
Limiting
Movement
generator
Actual motor speed
Max. speed
Acceleration
Deceleration
Point-to-point mode, absolute and relative
Possible applications
A motion controller for coordinated axes or a PLC can manage several axes
controlled via fieldbus. This mode is often used in material handling, automated
inspection, etc.
Electronic gearing mode
In this mode a master/slave relationship is established between a number of Lexium 05
or between a Lexium 05 and an external master (external A/B encoder, pulse/direction
signals). This relationship can be assigned a fixed or variable ratio. The ratio and
operating direction parameters can be accessed dynamically via fieldbus.
IMAX
NMAX
GEARratio
GearNum
GearDenom
ESIM pulses
AB
PD
N
D
Position, speed and
current control
M
PREF
M
3~
E
IOposInterface
GEARdir_enabl RAMP_TAUjerk
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Operating modes
Electronic gearing mode (continued)
Possible applications
This mode is used in material handling, conveying and sectional production line
applications, as well as in the fields of plastics and fibres.
Speed control with acceleration/deceleration ramp
In this operating mode, the speed setpoint is applied according to an acceleration/
deceleration ramp that can be adjusted using parameters. The speed setpoint can
be modified during the movement. Current limiting is also possible.
The position control that is present in the background allows flexible synchronization
of two axes that are in speed control mode, and enables position control mode to be
entered on the fly.
Setpoint value
The setpoint value is transmitted via the fieldbus or using the PowerSuite software.
Speed profile
Actual servo motor speed
Speed
setpoint
Limiting
Max. speed
Acceleration
Deceleration
Speed control with acceleration/deceleration ramp operating mode
Possible applications
This mode is mainly used with infinite axes.
Examples include turntable management, printing, labelling applications, etc.
Instantaneous speed control
In this mode the Lexium 05 servo drive can be used with an analog output motion
controller. It is suitable for all other high performance speed control requirements.
Setpoint value
The setpoint value is transmitted via analog input 1, the fieldbus or the PowerSuite
software. Analog input 2 can be used for current or speed limiting.
Nref_Scale
Analog input 1
(± 10 V)
Operating mode
Speed control
NREF
Scaling
IMAX
NMAX
Position, speed and
current control
Parameters
M
3~
Analog input 2
(± 10 V)
Scaling
Iref_Scale
ESIM pulses
Current limiting
E
Activation of
limiting
Scaling
ESIM_Scale
RS 422 I/O Mode
Instantaneous speed control operating mode
Use with analog output motion controller
The axis position feedback can be provided to the motion controller by the ESIM
(Encoder SIMulation) output on the Lexium 05 servo drive.
10
Functions (continued)
1
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1
Lexium 05 servo drives
Operating modes
Instantaneous speed control (continued)
Possible applications
b Material handling
b Packaging
b Cutting to length
b Winding and unwinding applications
Current control
Current control is necessary for servo motor torque control. This mode, which can be
provided in addition to the other modes, is used in machine phases where torque
control is crucial.
Setpoint value
The setpoint value is transmitted via analog input 1, the fieldbus or the PowerSuite
software. Analog input 2 can be used for current or speed limiting. The position and
speed of the servo motor are transmitted to the motion controller by the encoder
simulation signals (ESIM) of the RS 422 interface.
Nref_Scale
Analog input 1
(± 10 V)
Operating mode
Current control
IMAX
NMAX
NREF
Scaling
Speed and current
control
Parameters
M
3~
Analog input 2
(± 10 V)
Scaling
Iref_Scale
ESIM pulses
Speed limiting
E
Activation of
limiting
Scaling
ESIM_Scale
RS 422 I/O Mode
Current control operating mode, effects of the adjustable parameters
Possible applications
b Car assembly applications (tool fixing machine)
b Special machines
Other functions
Other functions for monitoring and setting operating parameters can be activated via:
b The “logic” I/O
b The fieldbus
b The PowerSuite software
b The servo drive user interface
b
v
v
v
v
v
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
Presentation:
pages 2 and 3
Characteristics:
pages 12 to 15
Control functions:
Status monitoring in movement mode
Monitoring of the axis signals
Monitoring of the internal signals specific to the servo drive
Monitoring switching
Monitoring the communication on the fieldbus
Entering the various scaling factors
Adjusting the movement generator
Activation of the STOP signal
Triggering the fast stop function (Quick-Stop)
Activation of the motor brake via the HBC (Holding Brake Controller)
Reversing the direction of rotation of the motor
Reading the analog input values
Determining the logic of the signals
References:
page 16
Dimensions:
pages 30 to 33
Schemes:
pages 34 to 44
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Characteristics
1
Lexium 05 motion control
Lexium 05 servo drives
Environmental characteristics
Conformity to standards
Lexium 05 servo drives have been developed to conform to the strictest international
standards and the recommendations relating to electrical industrial control equipment
(IEC, EN), including: low voltage, IEC/EN 61800-5-1, IEC/EN 50178, IEC/EN 61800-3
(conducted and radiated EMC immunity and emissions)
EMC immunity
Conducted and
radiated EMC
emissions
for servo drives
IEC/EN 61800-3, environments 1 and 2
IEC/EN 61000-4-2 level 3
IEC/EN 61000-4-3 level 3
IEC/EN 61000-4-4 level 4
IEC/EN 61000-4-5 level 3
LXM
LXM
LXM
LXM
IEC/EN 61800-3, environments 1 and 2, categories C2, C3
EN 55011 class A group 2, IEC/EN 61800-3 category C3
With additional EMC filter (1): EN 55011 class A group 1, IEC/EN 61800-3 category C2
05pD10F1…D28F1
05pD10M2...D28M2
05pD14N4...D57N4
05pD10M3X...D42M3X
With additional EMC filter (1): EN 55011 class A group 1, IEC/EN 61800-3 category C2
e marking
The drives are e marked in accordance with the European low voltage (73/23/EEC
and 93/68/EEC) and EMC (89/336/EEC) directives
UL (USA), cUL (Canada)
Product certification
Degree of protection
IEC/EN 61800-5-1, IEC/EN 60529
IP 41 on the upper part with protective cover in place
IP 20 after removal of the protective cover (see page 48)
LXM
LXM
LXM
LXM
05pD10F1…D28F1
05pD10M2...D28M2
05pD10M3X...D42M3X
05pD14N4...D57N4
Vibration resistance
LXM
LXM
LXM
LXM
05pD10F1…D28F1
05pD10M2...D28M2
05pD10M3X...D42M3X
05pD14N4...D57N4
According to IEC/EN 60068-2-6:
1.5 mm peak to peak from 3 Hz to 13 Hz
1 gn from 13 Hz to 150 Hz
Shock resistance
LXM
LXM
LXM
LXM
05pD10F1…D28F1
05pD10M2...D28M2
05pD10M3X...D42M3X
05pD14N4...D57N4
According to IEC/EN 61131 paragraph 6.3.5.2
15 gn for 11 ms conforming to IEC/EN 600028-2-27
Maximum ambient pollution
LXM
LXM
LXM
LXM
05pD10F1…D28F1
05pD10M2...D28M2
05pD10M3X...D42M3X
05pD14N4...D57N4
Degree 2 conforming to IEC/EN 61800-5-1
Environmental conditions
LXM
LXM
LXM
LXM
05pD10F1…D28F1
05pD10M2...D28M2
05pD10M3X...D42M3X
05pD14N4...D57N4
IEC 60721-3-3 classes 3C1
Relative humidity
Ambient air temperature
around the device
Type of cooling
Operation
°C
Storage
°C
LXM
LXM
LXM
LXM
05pD10F1
05pD10M2
05pD10M3X
05pD17F1...D57N4
Maximum operating altitude
Natural convection
Fan
m
Operating position
Maximum permanent angle in relation
to the normal vertical mounting position
According to IEC 60721-3-3, class 3K3, 5% to 93%, without condensation
- 10…+ 50
Temperature derating and limitations: see mounting recommendations page 48
- 25…+ 70
1000 without derating
Up to 2000 under the following conditions:
b Temperature 40°C max.
b Mounting distance between servo drives > 50 mm
b Protective film removed
10˚ 10˚
(1) See table on page 27 to check permitted cable lengths.
Presentation:
pages 2 and 3
12
Functions:
pages 6 to 11
References:
page 16
Dimensions:
pages 30 to 33
Schemes:
pages 34 to 44
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1
Lexium 05 servo drives
Drive characteristics
Switching frequency
kHz
4 or 8 depending on rating and associated servo motor. See pages 56 to 78
Voltage
V
100 - 15%...120 + 10% single phase for LXM 05pD10F1…D28F1
200 - 15%...240 + 10% single phase for LXM 05pD10M2...D28M2
200 - 15%...240 + 10% three-phase for LXM 05pD10M3X...D42M3X
380 - 15%...480 + 10% three-phase for LXM 05pD14N4...D57N4
Frequency
Transient overvoltage
Inrush current
Leakage current
Hz
50 - 5%...60 + 5%
Overvoltage category III
< 60
< 30
Electrical power characteristics
Power supply
External 24 V c power supply Input voltage
(not provided) (1)
Input current (no-load)
Ripple
A
mA
V
A
24 (-15 / +20%)
1
y 5%
Signalling
Output voltage
1 red LED: LED lit indicates the presence of servo drive voltage
Maximum three-phase voltage equal to line supply voltage
Electrical isolation
Between power and control sections (inputs, outputs, power supplies)
Connection cable characteristics
Recommended cable type
for mounting in an enclosure
Single-strand IEC cable, ambient temperature 45°C,
copper 90°C XLPE/EPR or copper 70°C PVC
Connection characteristics (terminals for the power supply, the DC bus, and the servo motor)
Servo drive terminals
Maximum wire size
and tightening torque for the
power supply, servo motor,
braking resistor and DC bus
terminals
R/L1, S/L2, T/L3
(power supply)
PA/+, PBI, PBe
(external braking resistor)
U/T1, V/T2, W/T3
(servo motor)
LXM 05pD10F1
LXM 05pD10M2
LXM 05pD10M3X
2.5 mm2 (AWG 14)
0.8 Nm
2.5 mm2 (AWG 14)
0.8 Nm
See characteristics of
VW3 M5 10p Rppp cables
on page 79
LXM 05pD17F1
LXM 05pD17M2
LXM 05pD17M3X
LXM 05pD14N4
6.0 mm2 (AWG 10)
1.2 Nm
6.0 mm2 (AWG 10)
1.2 Nm
LXM 05pD28F1
LXM 05pD22N4
LXM 05pD28M2
LXM 05pD42M3X
LXM 05pD34N4
6.0 mm2 (AWG 10)
1.2 Nm
6.0 mm2 (AWG 10)
1.2 Nm
LXM 05pD57N4
16.0 mm2 (AWG 6)
2.2 Nm
16.0 mm 2 (AWG 6)
2.2 Nm
(1) Please consult our specialist catalogue “Interfaces, I/O splitter boxes and power supplies”.
Presentation:
pages 2 and 3
Functions:
pages 6 to 11
References:
page 16
Dimensions:
pages 30 to 33
Schemes:
pages 34 to 44
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Characteristics
(continued)
1
Lexium 05 motion control
Lexium 05 servo drives
Control signal characteristics
Protection
Inputs
Outputs
Against reverse polarity
Against short-circuits
Presence of an electrical link on the 0 V c
Positive or negative (default: positive)
Electrical link
24 V c I/O logic
Logic inputs
Number
Power supply
Sampling period
Debounce filtering
Positive logic (Sink)
V c
ms
ms
Negative logic (Source)
4
24
0.25
1
State 0 if < 5 V or input not wired, state 1 if > 15 V
Logic inputs conforming to standard IEC/EN 61132-2 type 1
State 0 if > 19 V or logic input not wired, state 1 if < 9 V
Safety inputs PWRR_A, PWRR_B
Type
Number
Power supply
Input filtering
Response time
Positive logic (Sink)
V c
ms
ms
Inputs for the "Power Removal" safety function
2
24
1
y 10
State 0 if < 5 V or input not wired, state 1 if > 15 V
Logic inputs conforming to standard IEC/EN 61132-2 type 1
Logic outputs
Type
Number
Output voltage
Sampling period
Max. breaking current
Voltage drop
V
ms
mA
V
24 V c logic outputs: positive logic (Source) or negative logic (Sink)
2
y 30, conforming to standard IEC/EN 61131-2
1
50
1 (at 50 mA load)
Analog inputs (1)
Resolution
Range
Input resistance
Sampling period
Absolute error
Linearity
bit
kΩ
µs
ANA1+/ANA1ANA2+/ANA214
Differential ± 10 V
u 10
250
Less than ±1%, less than ±2% over the temperature range
Less than ±0.5%
Pulse/direction, A/B encoder signals
Type
Common mode range
Input resistance
Input frequency
Pulse/direction
A/B signals
V
kΩ
kHz
kHz
RS 422 link
- 7...+ 12
5
y 200
y 400
kHz
RS 422 link
y 450
ESIM (encoder emulation) output signals
Logic level
Output frequency
Servo motor encoder feedback signals
Voltages
Encoder power supply
SinCos input signals
V
V
Ω
Input resistance
+ 10 /100 mA
1 VSS with 2.5 V offset
0.5 VSS at 100 kHz
120
Operational safety characteristics
Protection
Of the machine
“Power Removal” (PWR) safety function which forces stopping and/or prevents
unintended operation of the servo motor, conforming to EN 954-1 category 3 and draft
standard IEC/EN 61800-5-2
Of the system process
“Power Removal” (PWR) safety function which forces stopping and/or prevents
unintended operation of the servo motor, conforming to IEC/EN 61508 level SIL2 and
draft standard IEC/EN 61800-5-2
(1) Only available on LXM 05ADppppp servo drives.
Presentation:
pages 2 and 3
14
Functions:
pages 6 to 11
References:
page 16
Dimensions:
pages 30 to 33
Schemes:
pages 34 to 44
1
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1
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1
Lexium 05 servo drives
Communication port characteristics
CANopen protocol, LXM 05ADppppp servo drives
Structure
Services
Connectors
Network management
Transmission speed
Address (Node ID)
Polarization
PDO
PDO modes
PDO mapping
Number of SDO
Emergency
Profile
Communication monitoring
Diagnostics
Using LEDs
Description file
RJ45 (labelled CN4) or spring terminals (labelled CN1)
Slave
125 kbps, 250 kbps, 500 kbps or 1 Mbps
1 to 127, configurable via the display terminal or the PowerSuite software workshop
Line termination impedances are integrated in the servo drive and are switchable
Implicit exchange of PDO (Process Data Objects):
b 3 PDO conforming to DSP 402 modes (position control and speed profile modes)
b 1 configurable mapping PDO
Event-triggered, Time-triggered, Remotely-requested, Sync (cyclic), Sync (acyclic)
1 configurable PDO
Explicit exchange of SDO (Service Data Objects):
b 2 receive SDO
b 2 transmit SDO
Yes
CiA DSP 402: CANopen “Device Profile Drives and Motion Control”
Position control and speed profile modes
Node guarding, heartbeat
2 LEDs: “RUN” and “ERROR” on integrated 7-segment display terminal
Display of faults
Full diagnostics with the PowerSuite software workshop
A single eds file for the whole range is supplied on the documentation CD-ROM.
This file contains the description of the servo drive parameters
Modbus Protocol, LXM 05pDppppp servo drives
Structure
Connector
Physical interface
Transmission mode
Transmission speed
Format
Polarization
Number of servo drives
Address
Services
Messaging
Communication monitoring
Diagnostics
RJ45 (labelled CN4)
2-wire RS 485 multidrop
RTU
Configurable via the display terminal or the PowerSuite software workshop:
9600, 19200, or 38400 bps
Configurable via the display terminal or the PowerSuite software workshop:
b 8 bits, odd parity, 1 stop
b 8 bits, even parity, 1 stop
b 8 bits, no parity, 1 stop
b 8 bits, no parity, 2 stop
No polarization impedances
These must be provided by the wiring system (for example, in the master)
31 Lexium 05 servo drives maximum
1 to 247, configurable via the display terminal or the PowerSuite software workshop.
Read Holding Registers (03) 63 words maximum
Write Single Register (06)
Write Multiple Registers (16) 61 words maximum
Read/Write Multiple Registers (23) 63/59 words maximum
Read Device Identification (43)
Diagnostics (08)
Monitoring function (node guarding) can be activated
“Time out” can be set between 0.1 s and 10s
Display of faults on integrated 7-segment display terminal
Profibus DP protocol, LXM 05BDppppp servo drives
Structure
Connector
Physical interface
Transmission speed
Address
Services
Periodic variables
Communication monitoring
Diagnostics
Description file
Presentation:
pages 2 and 3
Spring terminals (labelled CN1)
2-wire RS 485 multidrop
9600 bps, 19.2 kbps, 45.45 kbps, 93.75 kbps, 187.5 kbps, 500 kbps,
1.5 Mbps, 3 Mbps, 6 Mbps or 12 Mbps
1 to 126, configurable via the integrated 7-segment display terminal or the PowerSuite software
workshop
PPO type 2
8 PKW bytes
12 Process Data bytes
Can be inhibited
“Time out” can be set via the Profibus DP network configurator
Two LEDs: RUN and ERR
Display of faults on integrated 7-segment display terminal
Full diagnostics with the PowerSuite software workshop
A single gsd file for the whole range is supplied on the documentation CD-ROM.
This file does not contain the description of the servo drive parameters
Functions:
pages 6 to 11
References:
page 16
Dimensions:
pages 30 to 33
Schemes:
pages 34 to 44
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1
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1
Lexium 05 servo drives
Lexium 05 servo drives
Output current
Continuous (RMS)
at 4 kHz at 8 kHz
A
A
LXM 05 pD10F1
LXM 05 pD10M2
LXM 05 pD10M3X
Peak (RMS) (2)
at 4 kHz
at 8 kHz
A
A
Nominal
power
Line current
at 4 kHz
kW
at U1 (3)
A
at U2 (3)
A
Max.
Reference (1)
prospective
line Isc
kA
Weight
kg
Single-phase supply voltage: 110…120 V a (3) 50/60 Hz, with integrated EMC filter
4
8
15
3.2
7
13
7
12
20
6
11
20
0.4
0.65
0.85
7.6
11.5
22.6
7
10.5
20.7
1
1
1
LXM 05AD10F1
LXM 05AD17F1
LXM 05AD28F1
1.100
1.400
2.000
Single-phase supply voltage: 200…240 V a (3) 50/60 Hz, with integrated EMC filter
LXM
LXM
LXM
LXM
05 pD17F1
05 pD17M2
05 pD17M3X
05 pD14N4
4
8
15
3.2
7
13
7
12
20
6
11
20
0.75
1.2
2.5
8.1
12.7
23
6.7
10.5
19.2
1
1
1
LXM 05AD10M2
LXM 05AD17M2
LXM 05AD28M2
1.100
1.400
2.000
Three-phase supply voltage: 200…240 V a (3) 50/60 Hz, without integrated EMC filter
4
8
17
3.2
7
15
7
12
30
6
11
30
0.75
1.4
3.2
5.2
9
19
4.3
7.5
15.8
5
5
5
LXM 05AD10M3X
LXM 05AD17M3X
LXM 05AD42M3X
1.100
1.300
1.900
Three-phase supply voltage: 380…480 V a (3) 50/60 Hz, with integrated EMC filter
LXM
LXM
LXM
LXM
LXM
05 pD28F1
05 pD28M2
05 pD42M3X
05 pD22N4
05 pD34N4
6
9
15
25
5
7
11
20
10
16
24
40
7.5
14
18
30
1.4
2
3
6
4.2
6.3
9.7
17.7
3.3
5
7.7
14
5
5
5
22
LXM 05AD14N4
LXM 05AD22N4
LXM 05AD34N4
LXM 05AD57N4
1.400
2.000
2.000
4.800
(1) References for models with Profibus DP communication: replace LXM 05A with LXM 05B at the beginning of the reference.
(2) Maximum value for 3 seconds.
(3) Nominal supply voltage, min. U1, max. U2: 110 (U1)…120 V (U2), 200 (U1)…240 V (U2), 380 (U1)…480 V (U2).
LXM 05 pD57N4
Presentation:
pages 2 and 3
16
Functions:
pages 6 to 11
Characteristics:
pages 12 to 15
Dimensions:
pages 30 to 33
Schemes:
pages 34 to 44
References (continued)
1
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1
Lexium 05 servo drives
Separate parts
The Lexium 05 servo drive can be connected to a remote display terminal. The remote display terminal can be
mounted on the door of an enclosure with IP 65 protection on the front panel.
The terminal provides access to the same functions as the integrated display and keypad on the servo drive.
It can be used to:
b Configure, adjust and control the servo drive remotely
b Provide a remote display
Description
Use
Reference
Remote display terminal
For all Lexium 05. Kit comprising:
b Display terminal, 5 m cable equipped with 2 connectors
b Seal and screws for IP 65 mounting on an enclosure door
VW3 A31101
Weight
kg
0.380
Plates for mounting on
5 rail width 35 mm
For LXM 05pD10F1/M2/M3X
For LXM 05pD17F1/M2/M3X and LXM 05pD14N4
VW3 A11851
VW3 A31852
0.200
0.220
ESC
ENT
stop
reset
FWO
REV
RUN
VW3 A31101
Connectors
Description
Molex connectors
(order in multiples of 5)
Reference
10-way female connectors for CN5
12-way female connectors for CN2
VW3 M8 212
VW3 M8 213
Weight
kg
–
–
Documentation
Description
Reference
Simplified Lexium 05 user's manual
and CD-ROM, containing:
b A variables user's manual
b A Modbus and CANopen user's manual
b A Profibus DP user's manual
Supplied with the Lexium 05
servo drive
–
Weight
kg
–
Note: The manuals and quick reference guides for servo drives and servo motors are available on the website:
www.telemecanique.com.
Presentation:
pages 2 and 3
Functions:
pages 6 to 11
Characteristics:
pages 12 to 15
Dimensions:
pages 30 to 33
Schemes:
pages 34 to 44
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References
(continued)
1
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1
Lexium 05 servo drives
Twido
CANopen machine bus
TWD NCO1M
The Lexium 05AD servo drive can be connected directly to the CANopen machine
bus via spring terminals, or using an RJ45 connector (which supports the CANopen
and Modbus protocols).
The communication function provides access to the servo drive’s configuration,
adjustment, control and monitoring functions.
Each servo drive incorporates line terminators that can be disconnected via a switch.
3
4
1
Connection via RJ45 connector (CN4)
2
(1)
Connection to Lexium 05AD
via RJ45 connector (CN4)
Designation
Description
Item
no.
1
Reference
IP 20 junction
box
2 RJ45 ports
Designation
Description
Item
no.
2
2
Reference
Item
no.
Reference
3
TSX CAN KCDF90 T
Length
m
50
100
300
Item
no.
4
4
4
Reference
TSX CAN CA 50
TSX CAN CA 100
TSX CAN CA 300
Weight
kg
4.930
8.800
24.560
UL certification, e marking
Flame retardant
(IEC 60332-2)
50
100
300
4
4
4
TSX CAN CB 50
TSX CAN CB 100
TSX CAN CB 300
3.580
7.840
21.870
Cable for harsh environments (4) or
mobile installations, e marking
Low smoke emission, halogen-free
Flame retardant (IEC 60332-1)
50
100
300
4
4
4
TSX CAN CD 50
TSX CAN CD 100
TSX CAN CD 300
3.510
7.770
21.700
Cables
for CANopen
bus
Twido
TWD NCO1M
3
2 RJ45 connectors
Length
m
0.3
1
VW3 CAN TAP2
VW3 CAN CARR03
VW3 CAN CARR1
Weight
kg
0.480
Weight
kg
0.050
0.500
Connection via terminals (CN1)
Designation
4
4
(2)
Description
CANopen IP 20 90° angled
female 9-way SUB-D.
SUB-D
Switch for line terminator
connector
(controller side)
Weight
kg
0.046
Connection to Lexium 05AD
via spring terminals (CN1)
CANopen cables (3)
Description
Standard cables, e marking
Low smoke emission, halogen-free
Flame retardant (IEC 60332-1)
TSX CAN KCDF 90T
Profibus DP fieldbus
TSX CAN CA/CB/CD
The Lexium 05BD servo drive can be connected directly to the Profibus DP bus via
spring terminals.
The communication function provides access to the same functions as those described
for CANopen.
Premium
Cables
Designation
3
4
Profibus DP trunk cables
4
18
Item
no.
4
4
Reference
TSX PBS CA 100
TSX PBS CA 400
(1) RJ45 connector CN4
(2) Spring terminals CN1, terminals 21, 22, 23.
(3) For other CANopen bus connection accessories, please consult our catalogue
“Machines & installations with CANopen”.
(4) Harsh environment:
- Resistance to hydrocarbons, industrial oils, detergents, solder splashes
- Relative humidity up to 100%
- Saline atmosphere
- Significant temperature variations
- Operating temperature between - 10°C and + 70°C
Connection to Lexium 05BD
via spring terminals (CN1)
Presentation:
pages 2 and 3
Length
m
100
400
Functions:
pages 6 to 11
Characteristics:
pages 12 to 15
Dimensions:
pages 30 to 33
Schemes:
pages 34 to 44
Weight
kg
–
–
References (continued)
1
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1
Lexium 05 servo drives
Modbus serial link
Twido
1
5
The Lexium 05 servo drive can be connected directly to Modbus using an RJ45
connector (which supports the Modbus and CANopen protocols).
The communication function provides access to the servo drive’s configuration,
adjustment, control and monitoring functions.
3 2
Connection accessories
Description
4
Length
m
–
Item
no.
–
Unit
reference
TSX SCA 50
Weight
kg
0.520
Subscriber socket
2 15-way female SUB-D connectors and 2
screw terminals, RC line terminator
To be connected using cable VW3 A8 306
–
–
TSX SCA 62
0.570
Modbus splitter block
10 RJ45 connectors and 1 screw terminal
–
1
LU9 GC3
0.500
–
–
–
–
2
2
–
–
VW3 A8 306
VW3 A8 306
VW3 A8 306
VW3 A8 306
RC
R
DRC
DR
0.200
0.200
0.200
0.200
Modbus RJ45 T-junction boxes
(with integrated cable)
0.3
1
3
3
VW3 A8 306 TF03
VW3 A8 306 TF10
0.190
0.210
Cable for Twido controller serial link
1 mini-DIN connector, 1 RJ45 connector
0.3
1
3
4
4
4
TWD XCA RJ 003
TWD XCA RJ 010
TWD XCA RJ 030
–
0.090
0.160
Length
m
1 RJ45 connector and one end 3
with flying leads
Item
no.
–
Reference
1 RJ45 connector and 1 15-way 3
male SUB-D connector for
TSX SCA 62
–
VW3 A8 306
0.150
2 RJ45 connectors
0.3
1
3
5
5
5
VW3 A8 306 R03
VW3 A8 306 R10
VW3 A8 306 R30
0.050
0.050
0.150
100
200
500
–
–
–
TSX CSA 100
TSX CSA 200
TSX CSA 500
2
Junction box
3 screw terminals, RC line terminator
To be connected using cable VW3 A8 306 D30
5
Lexium 05AD connection
via RJ45 connector (CN4)
Modbus line
terminator
(2)
TSX SCA50
For RJ45 R = 120 Ω, C = 1 nf
R = 150 Ω
For
R = 120 Ω, C = 1 nf
screw
R = 150 Ω
terminals
Connection cables
TSX SCA62
Description
Cables for
Modbus
connection
Connectors
RS 485 double Supplied without connector
shielded
twisted pair
Modbus
cables
LU9 GC3
VW3 A8 306 D30
Weight
kg
0.150
5.680
10.920
30.000
(1) For connections for other PLCs, please consult our specialist automation product catalogues.
(2) Sold in lots of 2.
Presentation:
pages 2 and 3
Functions:
pages 6 to 11
Characteristics:
pages 12 to 15
Dimensions:
pages 30 to 33
Schemes:
pages 34 to 44
19
References
(continued)
1
Lexium 05 motion control
1
Lexium 05 servo drives
Lexium 05 servo drives
Equipped cables for Modicon Premium motion control modules (1)
From
To
Length
m
Lexium 05 servo drive
TSX CAY pp Premium module, encoder input. 0.5
Simulated incremental
Cables equipped with a 10-way Molex connector 1.5
encoder feedback interface on the Lexium 05 side (CN5), and a 15-way SUB-D
3
connector on the TSX CAY pp side
5
TSX CFY pp
Premium module
Reference
Lexium 05 servo drive, pulse/direction interface 0.5
Cables equipped with a 10-way Molex connector 1.5
on the Lexium 05 side (CN5), and a 15-way SUB-D
3
connector on the TSX CFY pp side
5
VW3
VW3
VW3
VW3
M8 203 R05
M8 203 R15
M8 203 R30
M8 203 R50
Weight
kg
0.020
0.030
0.040
0.050
VW3
VW3
VW3
VW3
M8 204 R05
M8 204 R15
M8 204 R30
M8 204 R50
0.020
0.030
0.040
0.050
Equipped cables for RS 422 control
± 10 V
Lexium 05
Lexium 05
Lexium 05
Lexium 05
Lexium 05
External control
A
B
CN5
ESIM
Incremental
encoder
CN5
1
A
B
CN5
2
A/B in
From
External control
A
B
P
D
A/B in
CN5
CN5
2
To
Lexium 05 servo drive
Lexium 05 servo drive, master/slave
connection
Cables equipped at both ends with a 10-way
Molex connector for CN5
External encoder,
external control
Lexium 05 servo drive (CN5 A/B input)
(CN5 pulse/direction input)
Lexium 05 servo drive
External or other type of control
Cables equipped at one end with a 10-way
Molex connector for CN5, and flying leads at
the other end
A/B in
2
ESIM
P/D
Length
m
0.5
1.5
3
5
Item
no.
1
1
1
1
Reference
VW3
VW3
VW3
VW3
M8
M8
M8
M8
202 R05
202 R15
202 R30
202 R50
Weight
kg
0.025
0.035
0.045
0.055
0.5
1.5
3
5
2
2
2
2
VW3
VW3
VW3
VW3
M8
M8
M8
M8
201 R05
201 R15
201 R30
201 R50
0.020
0.030
0.040
0.050
RS 422 interface accessories
Designation
Description
Splitter block for encoder For distributing A/B encoder signals or pulse/
direction signals to five Lexium 05 servo drives.
signals
Includes a 24 V c / 5 V power supply for
(RVA)
external encoder
Length
m
–
Reference
VW3 M3 101
Weight
kg
0.700
Cascading cable
For cascading two VW3 M3 101
(RVA) splitter blocks
0.5
VW3 M8 211 R05
–
RS 422 converter
(USIC)
For adapting 24 V control signals
to RS 422 standard
–
VW3 M3 102
–
Length
m
0.5
Reference
VW3 M8 209 R05
Weight
kg
0.020
1.5
VW3 M8 209 R15
0.030
3
VW3 M8 209 R30
0.040
5
VW3 M8 209 R50
0.050
VW3 M3 102 (USIC)
Equipped cables for RS 422 interface
From
Lexium 05 servo drive
(encoder simulator)
To
VW3 M3 101 (RVA) for ESIM distribution
Splitter block VW3 M3 101 Lexium 05 servo drive, input CN5
(RVA)
Converter
Lexium 05 servo drive, input CN5
VW3 M3 102 (USIC)
Cables equipped with a 10-way Molex
connector on the Lexium 05 side (CN5),
and a 15-way SUB-D connector on
the VW3 M3 10 p side
(1) For other Modicon Premium connection cables, please consult our catalogue.
Note: ESIM (Encoder SIMulation) designates encoder output signals simulated by the servo drives (available on Lexium 05
CN5, configured as output).
Presentation:
pages 2 and 3
20
Functions:
pages 6 to 11
Characteristics:
pages 12 to 15
Dimensions:
pages 30 to 33
Schemes:
pages 34 to 44
References (continued)
1
Lexium 05 motion control
1
Lexium 05 servo drives
Other connection cables
Description
Pulse/direction control
cables
Siemens S5 IP 247 to Lexium 05
Siemens S5 IP 267 to Lexium 05
Siemens S7 FM 353 to Lexium 05
Cables equipped with a 10-way Molex connector on
the Lexium 05 side (CN5), and a 9-way SUB-D
connector on the other end
Encoder feedback cable
Lexium 05 to Siemens S7 FM 354
Cable equipped with a 10-way Molex connector on
the Lexium 05 side (CN5), and a 15-way SUB-D
connector on the FM 354 side
Length
m
3
3
3
Reference
VW3 M8 205 R30
VW3 M8 206 R30
VW3 M8 207 R30
Weight
kg
–
–
–
3
VW3 M8 208 R30
–
VW3 M8
VW3 M8
VW3 M8
VW3 M8
–
–
–
–
0.5
PLC to VW3 M3 102 cables For pulse/direction signals
(USIC)
Cable equipped with a 15-way SUB-D connector on 1.5
the VW3 M3 102 (USIC) side, and flying leads
3
at the other end
5
Presentation:
pages 2 and 3
Functions:
pages 6 to 11
Characteristics:
pages 12 to 15
Dimensions:
pages 30 to 33
210 R05
210 R15
210 R30
210 R50
Schemes:
pages 34 to 44
21
Lexium 05 motion control
Presentation,
sizing
1
Lexium 05 servo drives
Option: braking resistors
Braking resistors
Internal braking resistor
A braking resistor is built into the servo drive to absorb the braking energy. If the DC
bus voltage in the servo drive exceeds a specified value, this braking resistor is
activated. The restored energy is converted into heat by the braking resistor.
External braking resistor
An external braking resistor is necessary for applications in which the servo motor
has to be braked frequently and the internal braking resistor cannot dissipate the
excess braking energy.
If an external braking resistor is used, the internal braking resistor must be
deactivated. To do this, the shunt between PA/+ and PBI must be removed and the
external braking resistor connected between PA/+ and PBE (see page 41).
Two or more external braking resistors can be connected in parallel. The servo drive
monitors the power dissipated in the braking resistor.
Sizing the braking resistor
During braking or deceleration requested by the servo drive, the kinetic energy of the
moving load must be absorbed by the servo drive. The energy generated by
deceleration charges the capacitors integrated in the servo drive. When the voltage
at the capacitor terminals exceeds the permitted threshold, the braking resistor
(internal or external) will be activated automatically in order to dissipate this energy.
In order to calculate the power to be dissipated by the braking resistor, the user
needs a knowledge of the timing diagram giving the servo motor torques and speeds
as a function of time in order to identify the curve segments in which the servo drive
decelerates the load.
Servo motor cycle timing diagram
These curves are the same as those used on page 92 for selecting the size of the
servo motor. The curve segments to be taken into account, when the servo drive is
decelerating, are marked in blue by D i.
Servo motor speed ni
n3
D1
n2
n1
D3
D2
0
n4
t
t1
t2 t3
t4
t5 t6 t7 t8 t9
t10
t11 t12
T cycle
M3
M2
M1
0
t
M4
M5
Required torque Mi
Characteristics:
page 24
22
References:
page 25
Dimensions:
page 31
Schemes:
page 41
1
Sizing (continued)
1
Lexium 05 motion control
1
Lexium 05 servo drives
Option: braking resistors
Sizing the braking resistor (continued)
Calculation of the constant deceleration energy
To do this, the user must know the total inertia, defined as follows:
Jt: Total inertia
where:
Jt = Jm (servo motor inertia) + Jc (load inertia). For Jm, see pages 56 to 78.
The energy Ei of each deceleration segment is defined as follows:
2πn i 2
1
1
2
E i = --- J t ⋅ ω i = --- J t ⋅  ------------
 60 
2
2
Which gives the following for the various segments:
2π [ n 3 – n 1 ]  2
1
E 1 = --- J t ⋅  ------------------------------
2

60
2
2πn
1
E 2 = --- J t ⋅  -------------1
 60 
2
2πn 2
1
E3 = --- J t ⋅  -------------4
2
60
where Ei is in joules, Jt in kgm2, ω in radians and ni in rpm.
Energy absorbed by the internal capacitor
The energy absorption capacity of the servo drive Edrive (without using an internal
or external braking resistor) is given for each servo drive on page 24.
In the remainder of the calculation, only take account of the Di segments, for which
the energy Ei is greater than the absorption capacities given in the table opposite.
This additional energy EDi must be dissipated in the resistor (internal or external):
EDi = Ei - Edrive (in joules).
Calculation of the continuous power
The continuous power Pc is calculated for each machine cycle:
ΣE Di
Pc = ------------------Tcycle
where Pc is in W, EDi in joules and T cycle in s.
Selecting the braking resistor (internal or external)
Note: This is a simplified selection method. In extreme applications, for example with vertical
axes, this method is inadequate. In this case, please consult your Regional Sales Office.
The selection is carried out in two steps:
1 The maximum energy during a braking procedure must be less than the peak
energy that can be absorbed by the internal braking resistor: EDi < EPk and the
continuous power of the internal braking resistor must in turn not exceed:
Pc < PPr. If these conditions are met, the internal braking resistor is adequate.
2 If one of the above conditions is not met, an external braking resistor must be used
to satisfy these conditions.
The value of the external braking resistor must be between the minimum and
maximum values given in the table. Otherwise the servo drive may be subject to
disturbance and the load will no longer be braked safely.
Presentation:
page 22
Characteristics:
page 24
References:
page 25
Dimensions:
page 31
Schemes:
page 41
23
Characteristics
1
Lexium 05 motion control
1
Lexium 05 servo drives
Option: braking resistors
Characteristics
LXM 05p
Supply voltage
Number of phases
Load threshold
Energy absorption of the internal
capacitors
Internal
Resistance
resistor
Continuous power
Peak energy
External
Min. resistance
resistor
Max. resistance
Degree of protection
Supply voltage
Number of phases
Load threshold
Energy absorption of the internal
capacitors
Internal
Resistance
resistor
Continuous power
Peak energy
External
Min. resistance
resistor
Max. resistance
Degree of protection
Presentation:
page 22
24
References:
page 25
D10F1
D17F1
115
Single-phase
Vc
250
Edrive Joule (Ws) 10.8
16.2
D28F1
V
Ω
PPr W
EPk Joule (Ws)
Ω
Ω
40
20
500
27
45
IP 65
40
20
27
LXM 05p
V
D14N4
400
480
Three-phase
Vc
780
6
Edrive Joule (Ws) 26
Ω
PPr W
EPk Joule (Ws)
Ω
Ω
40
40
1000
60
80
IP 65
Dimensions:
page 31
D10M2
D17M2
D28M2
D10M3X D17M3X D42M3X
43
230
Three-phase
430
17.7
26.6
43
27
45
20
60
1600
16
27
40
20
900
50
75
20
60
1600
10
20
230
26
430
17.7
10
60
1000
10
20
40
20
900
50
75
D22N4
400
480
D34N4
400
480
D57N4
400
480
52
12
52
12
104
10
30
60
1600
25
36
26.6
40
20
100
2000
10
21
Schemes:
page 41
40
27
45
References
1
Lexium 05 motion control
1
Lexium 05 servo drives
Option: braking resistors
References
External braking resistors
Value
W
10
VW3 A7 60p Rpp
27
Continuous Peak energy EPk
Length of
power PPr 115 V 230 V 400 V connection cable
Ws
Ws
Ws
W
m
400
18800 13300 –
0.75
2
3
100
200
400
72
100
200
400
Presentation:
page 22
Characteristics:
page 24
Dimensions:
page 31
Reference
Weight
VW3 A7 601 R07
VW3 A7 601 R20
VW3 A7 601 R30
kg
1.420
1.470
1.620
4200
3800 1900
0.75
2
3
9700 7400 4900 0.75
2
3.00
25500 18100 11400 0.75
2
3
VW3 A7 602 R07
VW3 A7 602 R20
VW3 A7 602 R30
VW3 A7 603 R07
VW3 A7 603 R20
VW3 A7 603 R30
VW3 A7 604 R07
VW3 A7 604 R20
VW3 A7 604 R30
0.630
0.780
0.900
0.930
1.080
1.200
1.420
1.470
1.620
5500
3700 3000
VW3 A7 605 R07
VW3 A7 605 R20
VW3 A7 605 R30
VW3 A7 606 R07
VW3 A7 606 R20
VW3 A7 606 R30
VW3 A7 607 R07
VW3 A7 607 R20
VW3 A7 607 R30
0.620
0.750
0.850
0.930
1.080
1.200
1.420
1.470
1.620
0.75
2
3
14600 9600 7600 0.75
2
3
36500 24700 18300 0.75
2
3
Schemes:
page 41
25
Presentation
1
Lexium 05 motion control
Lexium 05 servo drives
Option: additional EMC input filters
Integrated EMC input filter
Function
Lexium 05 LXM 05pDppF1/M2/N4 servo drives have built-in radio interference input
filters to comply with the EMC standard for variable speed electrical power drive
“products” IEC/EN 61800-3, edition 2, category C3 in environment 2, and to comply
with the European directive on EMC (electromagnetic compatibility).
L1
M1
3
L2
L3
LXM 05pDppF1
LXM 05pDppM2
LXM 05pDppN4
For Lexium 05 servo drive
Maximum servo motor cable length according to EMC
category
IEC 61800-3, category C3 in environment 2
Switching frequency 4 kHz (default)
m
Single-phase supply voltage
LXM 05AD10F1
LXM 05AD10M2
LXM 05AD17F1
LXM 05AD17M2
LXM 05AD28F1
LXM 05AD28M2
10
10
10
10
10
10
Three-phase supply voltage
LXM 05AD14N4
LXM 05AD22N4
LXM 05AD34N4
LXM 05AD57N4
10
10
10
10
Additional EMC input filters
Applications
L1
L2
Additional
EMC filter
L3
Lexium 05
M1
3
Additional filters can be used to meet more stringent requirements: these filters are
designed to reduce conducted emissions on the line supply below the limits of
standard IEC 61800-3 edition 2 categories C2 and C3. These additional filters are
mounted either underneath the Lexium 05 servo drives, or to the side of the product.
They act as a support for the drives and are attached to them via tapped holes.
For servo drives that are not equipped with an EMC filter, reference
LXM 05pDppM3X, an additional EMC filter must be provided.
Use according to the type of line supply
These built-in or additional filters can only be used on TN (neutral connection) and
TT (neutral to earth) type supplies.
The filters must not be used on IT (impedance or isolated neutral) type supplies. For
LXM 05pDppF1/M2/N4 servo drives with integrated filter, the filter must be
disconnected using the selector switch on the servo drive (see page 45).
Standard IEC/EN 61800-3, appendix D2.1, states that on IT (isolated or impedance
earthed neutral) type supplies, filters can adversely affect the operation of the
insulation monitors. In addition, the effectiveness of additional filters on this type of
line supply depends on the type of impedance between neutral and earth, and
therefore cannot be predicted.
Note: If a machine is to be installed on an IT supply, one solution is to insert an isolation
transformer in order to re-create a TT system on the secondary side.
Dimensions:
page 32
26
Schemes:
page 41
1
Characteristics,
references
Lexium 05 motion control
1
1
Lexium 05 servo drives
Option: additional EMC input filters
Characteristics of servo drive/EMC filter mounting
Conformity to standards
EN 133200
Degree of protection
IP 41 on the upper part with protective cover in place
IP 20 after removal of the protective cover (see page 48)
According to IEC 60721-3-3, class 3K3, 5% to 85%, without condensation or dripping
water
- 10…+ 50
- 25…+ 70
Relative humidity
Ambient temperature
around the device
Operation
Storage
Altitude
°C
°C
m
1000 m without derating
Up to 2000 m under the following conditions:
b Max. temperature 40°C
b Mounting distance between servo drives > 50 mm
b Removal of the protective cover
10 Hz to 57 Hz: amplitude 0.075 mm
57 Hz to 150 Hz: 1 g
15 gn for 11 ms
120 + 10%
240 + 10%
240 + 10%
480 + 10%
Vibration resistance
Conforming to IEC 60068-2-6
Shock resistance
Conforming to IEC 60068-2-27
Maximum nominal voltage
Single-phase 50/60 Hz
V
Three-phase 50/60 Hz
V
Application, category:
EN 61800-3: 2001-02; IEC 61800-3, Ed. 2
Category C2 in environment 1
Category C3 in environment 2
Description
Restricted distribution, for domestic use, sale conditioned by the competence of the user and
the distributor on the subject of EMC compatibility
Use in industrial premises
References
Additional EMC input filters
535765
For
Lexium 05
servo drive
Maximum servo motor cable length
according to EMC category, IEC 61800-3
Category C2
Category C3
in environment 2
in environment 2
Switching frequency Switching
Switching
4 kHz
frequency 4 kHz frequency 8 kHz
(default)
(default)
m
m
m
Reference
Weight
kg
Single-phase supply voltage
LXM 05pD10F1
LXM 05pD10M2
LXM 05pD17F1
LXM 05pD17M2
LXM 05pD28F1
LXM 05pD28M2
20
40
100
VW3 A31401
0.600
20
40
100
VW3 A31403
0.775
20
40
100
VW3 A31405
1.130
20
20
40
40
100
100
VW3 A31402
VW3 A31404
0.550
0.900
20
40
100
VW3 A31406
1.350
20
40
100
VW3 A31407
3.150
Three-phase supply voltage
VW3 A31402
Dimensions:
page 32
LXM 05pD10M3X
LXM 05pD17M3X
LXM 05pD14N4
LXM 05pD42M3X
LXM 05pD22N4
LXM 05pD34N4
LXM 05pD57N4
Schemes:
page 41
27
Lexium 05 motion control
Presentation,
characteristics,
references
1
Lexium 05 servo drives
Option: line chokes
1
Line chokes
A line choke is used to provide improved protection against overvoltages on the line
supply and to reduce the current harmonics produced by the servo drive.
L1
L2
Line choke
M1
3
Lexium 05
L3
The recommended chokes limit the line current.
They have been developed in line with standard EN 50178 (VDE 0160 level 1 high
energy overvoltages on the line supply).
The inductance values are defined for a voltage drop of between 3% and 5% of the
nominal line voltage. Values higher than this will cause loss of torque.
These chokes must be installed upstream of the servo drive.
A number of servo drives can be used on one line choke. The current consumption
of all the servo drives must not exceed the nominal current of the line choke (at
nominal voltage).
Applications
The use of line chokes is recommended in particular under the following
circumstances:
b Close connection of several servo drives in parallel
b Line supply with significant disturbance from other equipment (interference,
overvoltages)
b Line supply with voltage imbalance between phases greater than 1.8% of the
nominal voltage
b Servo drive supplied by a line with very low impedance (in the vicinity of a power
transformer 10 times more powerful than the servo drive rating)
b Installation of a large number of servo drives on the same line
b Reduction of overloads on the cos ϕ correction capacitors, if the installation
includes a power factor correction unit
General characteristics
Type of line choke
Conformity to standards
Voltage drop
Degree of protection
Choke
Terminals
mH
A
W
Inductance value
Nominal current
Losses
VZ1 L007UM50
VZ1 L018UM20
VW3 A4 551 VW3 A4 552 VW3A4 553
EN 50178 (VDE 0160 level 1 high energy overvoltages on the line supply)
Between 3% and 5% of the nominal supply voltage. Values higher than this will cause
loss of torque
IP 00
IP 20
5
2
10
4
2
7
18
4
10
16
20
30
45
65
75
References
Line chokes
For LXM 05p
servo drive
Line current without Line current with
choke
choke
U min.
U max.
U min.
U max.
A
A
A
A
Single-phase supply voltage: 100…120 V 50/60 Hz (1)
D10F1
7.6
7.0
5.9
5.4
D17F1
11.5
10.5
9.7
8.9
D28F1
15.7
14.4
13.3
12.2
Single-phase supply voltage: 200…240 V 50/60 Hz (1)
D10M2
8.1
6.7
6.3
5.3
D17M2
12.7
10.5
10.7
8.9
D28M2
23.0
19.2
20.2
16.8
Three-phase supply voltage: 200…240 V 50/60 Hz (1)
D10M3X
5.2
4.2
2.7
2.2
D17M3X
9.0
7.5
5.2
4.3
D42M3X
19.0
15.8
12.2
10.2
Three-phase supply voltage: 380…480 V 50/60 Hz (1)
D10N4
4.2
3.3
2.2
1.8
D22N4
6.3
5.0
3.4
2.7
D34N4
9.7
7.7
5.8
4.6
D57N4
17.7
14.0
9.8
7.8
VW3 A4 55 p
(1) Nominal supply voltage: U min…U max.
Dimensions:
page 32
28
Schemes:
page 41
Reference
Weight
kg
VZ1L007UM50
VZ1L018UM20
0.880
1.990
VZ1L007UM50
VZ1L018UM20
0.880
1.990
VW3 A4 551
VW3 A4 552
VW3 A4 553
1.500
3.000
3.500
VW3 A4 551
1.500
VW3 A4 552
3.500
Presentation,
characteristics,
references
Lexium 05 motion control
1
Lexium 05 servo drives
Option: holding brake controller
1
Holding brake controller
L1
L2
L3
If a servo motor has a holding brake, it must be given an appropriate control logic
(HBC, Holding Brake Controller), which releases the brake when power is supplied
to the servo motor and immobilizes the servo motor shaft when it is stationary.
c 24 V
The holding brake controller amplifies the braking control signal transmitted by the
Lexium 05 servo drives, so that the brake is deactivated quickly, then reduces the
brake control power so as to decrease the dissipated heat.
Lexium 05
HBC
Holding brake
controller
Characteristics
Mounting on rail
5 55
Degree of protection
IP 20
Supply voltage
V
19.2…30
Input current
A
0.5 A + brake nominal current
V
V
c 23…25
c 17…19
Maximum current
A
1.6
Time before voltage reduction
ms
1000
Brake output
Voltages
Before power reduction
After power reduction
Note: Electrical isolation between the 24 V power supply, the control input and the brake control
output.
Reference
Holding brake controller
Designation
Holding brake controller
Description
Reference
c 24 V power supply
Max. power 50 W
IP 20, for mounting on 55 mm
5 rail
VW3 M3 103
Weight
kg
0.600
VW3 M3 103
Dimensions:
page 32
Schemes:
page 41
29
Dimensions
1
Lexium 05 motion control
Lexium 05 servo drives
Dimensions
LXM 05pD10F1, LXM 05pD10M2, LXM 05pD10M3X
5
EMC mounting plate (supplied with servo drive)
60
50
121,5
145
=
140
2xM5
screws
18,5
2xØ5
=
72
51,5
M5 t
4xM4
LXM 05pD17F1, LXM 05pD17M2, LXM 05pD14N4, LXM 05pD17M3X
5
EMC mounting plate (supplied with servo drive)
93
=
105
2xM5
screws
49
=
150
16,5
143
121,5
Ø
67,3
M5 t
4xM4
LXM 05pD28F1, LXM 05pD28M2, LXM 05pD34N4, LXM 05pD42M3X
6,5
EMC mounting plate (supplied with servo drive)
126
=
140
2xM5
screws
49
=
150
20,5
184
157
Ø
88,8
M5 t
4xM4
LXM 05pD57N4
EMC mounting plate (supplied with servo drive)
232
210
5
4xØ5
17
2xM5
screws
160
=
75
=
170
180
134,8
Presentation:
pages 2 and 3
30
Functions:
pages 6 to 11
Characteristics:
pages 12 to 15
4xM4
References:
page 16
M5 t
Schemes:
pages 34 to 44
1
Dimensions (continued)
1
Lexium 05 motion control
1
Options: remote display terminal, plates for
mounting on 5 rail and braking resistors
Dimensions (continued)
Remote display terminal
VW3 A31101
55,6
52
79,6
24
Ø36
4xØ3,5
Plates for mounting on 5 rail
143,6
VW3 A11851
37,9
77,5
144
VW3 A31852
40
105
Braking resistors
VW3 A7 60p Rpp
c
=
= 60 =
b
145
251
257
b1
110
216
216
c
15
15
30
c1
15.5
15.5
–
H
98
204
204
=
b
H
b1
4xØ4,6
VW3
A7 602, 605
A7 603, 606
A7 601, 604, 607
c1
Characteristics:
page 24
80
References:
pages 17 and 25
Schemes:
page 41
31
Dimensions (continued)
1
Lexium 05 motion control
1
Options: additional EMC input filters and line
chokes
Dimensions (continued)
Additional EMC input filters
Mounting the filter next to the servo drive
=
Mounting the filter under the servo drive
4xØ
b
H
b
4xØ
a
=
=
c
G
=
c
a
VW3
A31401, A31402
A31403
A31404
A31405
A31406
A31407
a
72
107
107
140
140
180
b
195
195
195
235
235
305
c
37
35
42
35
50
60
G
52
85
85
120
120
140
H
180
180
180
215
215
285
Ø
M4
M4
M4
M4
M4
M4
Single-phase line chokes
VZ1 L0pppUMp0
b
Ø
H
G
c
a
VZ1
L007UM50
L018UM20
a
60
85
b
100
120
c
95
105
G
50
70
H
60
70
Ø
4x9
5 x 11
VW3
A4 551
A4 552
A4 553
a
100
130
130
b
135
155
155
c
55
85
85
c1
60
90
90
G
40
60
60
G1
60
80.5
80.5
Three-phase line chokes
b
VW3 A4 55p
8xØ
H
G
c
G1
c1
a
Presentation:
pages 26 and 28
32
References:
pages 27 and 28
Schemes:
page 41
H
42
62
62
Ø
6x9
6 x 12
6 x 12
Dimensions (continued)
Lexium 05 motion control
1
1
Options: splitter block, USIC and holding brake
controller
Dimensions (continued)
Splitter block
77
VW3 M3 101
15 12
135
25
RS 422 converter (USIC)
77
VW3 M3 102
15 12
67,5
38
Holding brake controller
99
VW3 M3 103
114,5
References:
pages 20 and 29
22,5
Schemes:
page 41
33
Schemes
1
Lexium 05 motion control
1
Lexium 05 servo drives
Safety requirements
“Power Removal” safety function
The Lexium 05 servo drive integrates the “Power Removal” safety function which
prevents unintended operation of the servo motor. The servo motor no longer
produces any torque.
This safety function:
b Complies with the standard for safety of machinery EN 954-1, category 3
b Complies with the standard for functional safety IEC/EN 61508, SIL2 capability
(safety control-signalling applied to processes and systems)
The SIL (Safety Integrity Level) capability depends on the connection diagram for the
servo drive and for the safety function. Failure to observe the setup
recommendations could inhibit the SIL capability of the “Power Removal” safety
function.
b Complies with draft product standard IEC/EN 61800-5-2 for both stop functions:
v Safe Torque Off (“STO”)
v Safe Stop 1 (“SS1”)
The “Power Removal” safety function has a redundant electronic architecture (1)
which is monitored continuously by a diagnostics function.
This level SIL2 and category 3 safety function is certified as conforming to these
standards by the TUV certification body in the context of a voluntary certification
program.
Categories relating to safety according to EN 954-1
Category
B
1
Basic safety principle
Control system
requirements
Selection of components Control according to good
that conform to relevant engineering practice
standards
Selecting components
Use of tried and tested
and safety principles
components and proven
safety principles
2
Selecting components
and safety principles
3
Structure of the safety
circuits
4
Structure of the safety
circuits
Behaviour in the
event of a fault
Possible loss of the
safety function
Cyclic testing. The intervals
between tests must be
appropriate to both the
machine and its application
A single fault must not result
in loss of the safety function.
The fault must be detected if
this is reasonably possible
A single fault must not result
in loss of the safety function.
The fault must be detected
when or before the safety
function is next invoked.
An accumulation of faults
must not result in loss of the
safety function.
Possible loss of the
safety function with a
lower probability than in
B
Fault detected at each
test
Safety function
ensured, except in the
event of an
accumulation of faults
Safety function always
ensured
The machinery manufacturer is responsible for selecting the safety category. The
category depends on the level of risk factors given in standard EN 954-1.
Safety Integrity Levels (SIL) according to standard
IEC/EN 61508
SIL1 according to standard IEC/EN 61508 is comparable to category 1 according to
EN 954-1 (SIL1: mean probability of undetected hazardous failure per hour between
10-5 and 10-6).
SIL2 according to standard IEC/EN 61508 is comparable to category 3 according to
EN 954-1 (SIL2: mean probability of undetected hazardous failure per hour between
10-6 and 10-7).
(1) Redundant: Consists of mitigating the effects of the failure of one component by means of the
correct operation of another, assuming that faults do not occur simultaneously on both.
Presentation:
pages 2 and 3
34
Functions:
pages 6 to 11, 54 and 55
Characteristics:
pages 12 to 15, 56 to 79
References:
pages 16, 80 to 82
Dimensions:
pages 30 to 33, 83 to 85
Schemes (continued)
1
Lexium 05 motion control
1
Lexium 05 servo drives
Safety requirements
“Power Removal” safety function considerations
The “Power Removal” safety function cannot be considered as a means of electrical
disconnection of the servo motor (no electrical isolation); if necessary, a Vario switch
disconnector must be used.
The “Power Removal” safety function is not designed to compensate for any
malfunction in the servo drive process control or application functions.
The output signals available on the servo drive must not be considered as
safety-related signals (e.g. “Power Removal” active); these are Preventa-type safety
module outputs which must be integrated into a safety control-signalling circuit.
The schemes on the following pages take into account conformity with standard
IEC/EN 60204-1 which defines three stopping categories:
b Category 0: Stopping by immediate removal of the power from the actuators (e.g.
uncontrolled stop)
b Category 1: Controlled stop maintaining the power on the actuators until the
machine stops, then removal of the power when the actuators stop when the machine
stops
b Category 2: Controlled stop maintaining the power on the actuators
Connection diagrams and applications
Conformity to category 1 of standard EN 954-1 and level SIL1 according to
standard IEC/EN 61508
Use of the connection diagrams on page 36, which use a line contactor or a Vario
switch disconnector between the servo drive and the servo motor: In this case, the
“Power Removal” safety function is not used and the servo motor stops in
accordance with category 0 of standard IEC/EN 60204-1.
Conformity to category 3 of standard EN 954-1 and level SIL2 according to
standard IEC/EN 61508
The connection diagrams use the “Power Removal” safety function of the Lexium 05
servo drive combined with a Preventa safety module to monitor the emergency stop
circuits.
Machines with short freewheel stopping times (low inertia or high resistive
torque, see page 37).
When the activation command is given on the PWRR_A and PWRR_B inputs with
the controlled servo motor, the servo motor power supply is cut immediately and the
servo motor stops according to category 0 of standard IEC/EN 60204-1.
Restarting is not permitted even when the activation command is given after the
servo motor has come to a complete stop.
This safe stop is maintained as long as the PWRR_A and PWRR_B inputs remain
activated.
This diagram must also be used for hoisting applications.
On a “Power Removal” command, the servo drive requires the brake to be engaged,
but a Preventa safety module contact must be inserted in series in the brake control
circuit to engage it safely when a request is made to activate the “Power Removal”
safety function.
Machines with long freewheel stopping times (high inertia or low resistive torque,
see pages 38 and 39).
When the activation command is given, deceleration of the servo motor controlled by
the servo drive is first requested, then, following a time delay controlled by an XPS
AV (Preventa-type) fault relay which corresponds to the deceleration time, the
“Power Removal” safety function is activated by the PWRR_A and PWRR_B inputs.
The servo motor stops according to category 1 of standard IEC/EN 60204-1 (“SS1”).
Note: Periodic test: The “Power Removal” safety input must be activated at least once a year
for preventive maintenance purposes. The servo drive must be switched off before preventive
maintenance is carried out, and then powered up again. If the power supply to the servo motor
is not switched off during testing, safety integrity is no longer assured for the “Power Removal”
safety function. The servo drive must therefore be replaced to ensure the operational safety of
the machine or the system process.
Presentation:
pages 2 and 3
Functions:
pages 6 to 11, 54 and 55
Characteristics:
pages 12 to 15, 56 to 79
References:
pages 16, 80 to 82
Dimensions:
pages 30 to 33, 83 to 85
35
Schemes
(continued)
1
Lexium 05 motion control
1
Lexium 05 servo drives
Schemes conforming to standards EN 954-1 category 1, IEC/EN 61508 SIL1 capability, in stopping
category 0 according to IEC/EN 60204-1
1
3
5
2
4
6
Q1
5
Power section for single phase power supply
3
LXM 05pDppF1, LXM 05pDppM2
Three phase power supply with upstream breaking via contactor
1
LXM 05pDppM3X, LXM 05pDppN4
1 Q2 2
4 5
5
To 3/Q2
(1)
KM1
13
14
P1
L1
12
6
7
1
CN2
8
(4)
6
1
CN5
W / T3
V / T2
U / T1
S / L2 / N
R / L1
PWRR_B
+ 24 VDC
HALT
Interface
position
10
5
A1
PC/-
MOD/CAN
CN4
CN1
PA/+
Motor Encoder
PWRR_A
31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39
CN3
0VDC
0VDC
+ 24 VDC
+ 24 VDC
W / T3
V / T2
T / L3
U / T1
PC/-
S / L2
PBE
PBI
R / L1
44 43 42 41
PA/+
(3)
(2)
ACTIVE1_OUT
A1
-
NO_FAULT_OUT
+
PBI
L1
4
2
6
KM1
PBE
3
4
KM1
A2
To 1/Q2
1
Q4
2
KM1
2
A1
6
Q2
1
S1
3
3
S2
1 Q3 2
T1
1
6
4
2
Q1
Motor Encoder
12
6
7
1
CN2
1
(5)
(6)
M1
M1
Note: All terminals are located at the bottom of the servo drive. Fit interference suppressors to all inductive circuits near the servo drive or connected on the same
circuit, such as relays, contactors, solenoid valves, fluorescent lighting, etc.
Compatible components
(for a complete list of references, please consult our “Motor starter solutions - Control and protection components" catalogue).
Ref.
Description
A1
Lexium 05 servo drive, see page 16
KM1
Line contactor, see motor starters on pages 46 and 47
L1
Line choke, see page 28
M1
BSH servo motor, see pages 80 and 81
P1
Phaseo (SELV) power supply c 24 V, please consult our “Interfaces, I/O splitter boxes and power supplies” catalogue
Q1
Circuit-breaker, see motor starters on pages 46 and 47
Q2
GV2 L magnetic circuit-breaker rated at twice the nominal primary current of T1
Q3, Q4
GB2 CB05 thermal magnetic circuit-breaker
S1, S2
XB4 B or XB5 A “Start” and “Emergency stop” pushbuttons
T1
220 V secondary transformer
(1) Insert (in series) a contact of the relay controlled by the “NO_FAULT_OUT” (31) logic output: On a servo drive fault, KM1 (line contactor) opens.
(2) Specific spring terminals according to the type of servo drive (see page 42)
(3) 4 logic inputs and 2 logic outputs c 24 V (see page 42)
(4) External braking resistor (see page 25)
(5) CANopen bus or Modbus serial link on RJ45 connector. Can also be used to connect a PC terminal (equipped with PowerSuite software workshop) or the remote
terminal VW3 A31101.
(6) Molex connector for connecting A/B encoder signals or pulse/direction signals (see page 44)
Presentation:
pages 2 and 3
36
Functions:
pages 6 to 11, 54 and 55
Characteristics:
pages 12 to 15, 56 to 79
References:
pages 16, 80 to 82
Dimensions:
pages 30 to 33, 83 to 85
Schemes (continued)
1
Lexium 05 motion control
1
Lexium 05 servo drives
Schemes conforming to standards EN 954-1 category 3, IEC/EN 61508 SIL2 capability, in stopping
category 0 according to IEC/EN 60204-1
The diagram below is shown in local control mode via logic I/O. In communication network control mode, the inputs marked 34 and 35 on the
CN1 spring terminals must be controlled via the network. In this network mode, inputs 34 and 35 have the assignments “LIMN” and “LIMP”.
LXM 05pDppM3X, LXM 05pDppN4
LXM 05pDppF1, LXM 05pDppM2
Power section for single phase power supply
1
3
5
2
4
6
5
3
Q1
1
Three phase power supply, low inertia machine, vertical movement
6
4
2
Q1
1 Q2 2
3
T1
4 5
To 1/Q2
6
1
Q3
2
Q2
To 3/Q2
S1
S2
P1
S3
(1)
12
6
7
1
CN2
8
(3)
10
5
6
1
CN5
W / T3
V / T2
U / T1
PC/-
PBE
R / L1
Interface
position
S / L2 / N
PWRR_B
+ 24 VDC
HALT
PWRR_A
ENABLE
A1
PBI
MOD/CAN
CN4
CN1
PA/+
Motor Encoder
REF
31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39
CN3
0VDC
0VDC
+ 24 VDC
+ 24 VDC
W / T3
V / T2
T / L3
U / T1
PC/-
S / L2
PBE
PBI
PA/+
R / L1
44 43 42 41
L1
(2)
FAULT_RESET
A1
-
NO_FAULT_OUT
+
ACTIVE1_OUT
L1
Motor Encoder
12
6
7
1
CN2
1
(3)
(4)
(5)
M1
M1
Note: All terminals are located at the bottom of the servo drive. Fit interference suppressors to all inductive circuits near the servo drive or connected on the same
circuit, such as relays, contactors, solenoid valves, fluorescent lighting, etc.
Compatible components
(for the complete list of references, please consult our “Motor starter solutions - Control and protection components" catalogue).
Ref.
Description
A1
Lexium 05 servo drive, see page 16
L1
Line choke, see page 28
M1
BSH servo motor, see pages 80 and 81
P1
Phaseo (SELV) power supply c 24 V, please consult our “Interfaces, I/O splitter boxes and power supplies” catalogue
Q1
Circuit-breaker, see motor starters on pages 46 and 47
Q2
GV2 L magnetic circuit-breaker rated at twice the nominal primary current of T1
Q3
GB2 CB05 thermal magnetic circuit-breaker
S1
XB4 B or XB5 A “Emergency stop” dual contact pushbutton
S2
XB4 B or XB5 A “Enable” stay-put pushbutton
S3
XB4 B or XB5 A “Reset” pushbutton
T1
220 V secondary transformer
(1) Specific spring terminals according to the type of servo drive (see page 42)
(2) 1 logic input and 2 logic outputs c 24 V (see page 42)
(3) External braking resistor (see page 25)
(4) CANopen bus or Modbus serial link on RJ45 connector. Can also be used to connect a PC terminal (equipped with PowerSuite software workshop) or the remote
terminal VW3 A31101.
(5) Molex connector for connecting A/B encoder signals or pulse/direction signals (see page 44)
Presentation:
pages 2 and 3
Functions:
pages 6 to 11, 54 and 55
Characteristics:
pages 12 to 15, 56 to 79
References:
pages 16, 80 to 82
Dimensions:
pages 30 to 33, 83 to 85
37
Schemes
(continued)
Lexium 05 motion control
1
1
Lexium 05 servo drives
Schemes conforming to standards EN 954-1 category 3, IEC/EN 61508 SIL2 capability, in stopping
category 0 according to IEC/EN 60204-1 (continued)
The diagram below is shown in local control mode via logic I/O. In communication network control mode, the inputs marked 34 and 35 on the
CN1 spring terminals must be controlled via the network. In this network mode, inputs 34 and 35 have the assignments “LIMN” and “LIMP”.
LXM 05pDppM3X, LXM 05pDppN4
LXM 05pDppF1, LXM 05pDppM2
Three phase power supply, low inertia machine, vertical movement
F1
S2
(1)
+ 24 V
0V
ESC
A1
Y1
33
3
5
6
K2
K1
Q1
K2
PE
14
24
34
Y44
(3)
T1
4 5
Y43
1
6
4
2
23
K1
48 V, 115 V, 230 V
A2
3
13
–
T
1 Q2 2
Y2
+
5
3
1
XPS AC
4
A2
2
S1
(2)
To 1/Q2
6
1
Q3
2
Q2
(4)
To 3/Q2
P1
(5)
(6)
12
6
7
1
CN2
8
(7)
10
5
6
1
CN5
W / T3
V / T2
U / T1
PC/-
S / L2 / N
R / L1
Interface
position
PBE
PWRR_B
+ 24 VDC
HALT
PWRR_A
A1
PBI
MOD/CAN
CN4
CN1
PA/+
Motor Encoder
ENABLE
31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39
CN3
0VDC
0VDC
+ 24 VDC
+ 24 VDC
W / T3
V / T2
T / L3
U / T1
PC/-
S / L2
PBE
PBI
R / L1
44 43 42 41
PA/+
L1
0V
+ 24 V
REF
A1
-
FAULT_RESET
+
NO_FAULT_OUT
L1
ACTIVE1_OUT
Q1
Power section for single phase power supply
Motor Encoder
12
6
7
1
CN2
1
(7)
(8)
M1
(9)
M1
Note: All terminals are located at the bottom of the servo drive. Fit interference suppressors to all inductive circuits near the servo drive or connected on the same
circuit, such as relays, contactors, solenoid valves, fluorescent lighting, etc.
Compatible components (for a complete list of references, please consult our “Motor starter solutions. Control and protection components” and “Safety solutions
using Preventa” catalogues).
Ref.
Description
A1
Lexium 05 servo drive, see page 16
A2
Preventa XPS AC safety module for monitoring emergency stops and switches. The XPS AC safety module can manage the
“Power Removal” function of several servo drives on the same machine.
F1
Fuse
L1
Line choke, see page 28
M1
BSH servo motor, see pages 80 and 81
P1
Phaseo (SELV) power supply c 24 V, please consult our “Interfaces, I/O splitter boxes and power supplies” catalogue
Q1
Circuit-breaker, see motor starters on pages 46 and 47
Q2
GV2 L magnetic circuit-breaker rated at twice the nominal primary current of T1
Q3
GB2 CB05 thermal magnetic circuit-breaker
S1
XB4 B or XB5 A “Emergency stop” pushbutton with 2 contacts
S2
XB4 B or XB5 A spring return pushbutton
T1
220 V secondary transformer
(1) S2: Resets the XPS AC module on power-up or after an emergency stop. ESC can be used to set external starting conditions.
(2) S1: Requests uncontrolled stopping of the movement and activates the “Power Removal” safety function.
(3) The logic output can be used to indicate that the machine is in a safe stop state.
(4) To “Power Removal” safety function of an Altivar 71 variable speed servo drive (for example).
(5) Specific spring terminals according to the type of servo drive (see page 42)
(6) 4 logic inputs and 2 logic outputs c 24 V (see page 42)
(7) External braking resistor (see page 25)
(8) CANopen bus or Modbus serial link on RJ45 connector. Can also be used to connect a PC terminal (equipped with PowerSuite software workshop) or the remote
terminal VW3 A31101.
(9) Molex connector for connecting A/B encoder signals or pulse/direction signals (see page 44)
38
Schemes (continued)
Lexium 05 motion control
1
1
Lexium 05 servo drives
Schemes conforming to standards EN 954-1 category 3, IEC/EN 61508 SIL2 capability, in stopping
category 1 according to IEC/EN 60204-1
The diagram below is shown in local control mode via logic I/O. In communication network control mode, the inputs marked 34 and 35 on the
CN1 spring terminals must be controlled via the network. In this network mode, inputs 34 and 35 have the assignments “LIMN” and “LIMP”.
LXM 05pDppM3X, LXM 05pDppN4
Three phase power supply, high inertia machine
+ 24 V
A2 A1
S13 S11 S31
S32
S12
S14
03
13
23
37
47
57
Y40
04
14
24
38
48
58
Y+
Y64
Y74
Y84
K3/K4
(1)
K1/K2
S1
12
11
F1
K1
K3
K2
K4
XPS AV
A2 Y39
S21
S22
S34
(3)
22
S1
14
S2
(2)
5
3
Q1
1
13
21
S33
ESC
6
4
2
0V
1 Q2 2
3
T1
4 5
6
1
Q3
2
Q2
S3
P1
L1
(4)
(5)
Motor Encoder
12
6
7
1
CN2
PWRR_B
CN1
+ 24 VDC
HALT
PWRR_A
ENABLE
REF
MOD/CAN
CN4
8
(6)
FAULT_RESET
31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39
CN3
0VDC
0VDC
+ 24 VDC
+ 24 VDC
W / T3
V / T2
T / L3
U / T1
PC/-
S / L2
PBE
PBI
R / L1
44 43 42 41
PA/+
S4
0V
+ 24 V
ACTIVE1_OUT
A1
-
NO_FAULT_OUT
+
Interface
position
10
5
6
1
CN5
1
(7)
(8)
M1
Note: All terminals are located at the bottom of the servo drive. Fit interference suppressors to all inductive circuits near the servo drive or connected on the same
circuit, such as relays, contactors, solenoid valves, fluorescent lighting, etc.
Compatible components (see page 40)
(1) S1: Requests controlled stopping of the movement and activates the “Power Removal” safety function.
(2) S2: Resets the XPS AT module on power-up or after an emergency stop. ESC can be used to set external starting conditions.
(3) Time-delayed opening safety outputs, 300 seconds max. (stopping category 1)
(4) Specific spring terminals according to the type of servo drive(see page 42)
(5) 1 logic input and 2 logic outputs c 24 V (see page 42)
(6) External braking resistor (see page 25)
(7) CANopen bus or Modbus serial link on RJ45 connector. Can also be used to connect a PC terminal (equipped with PowerSuite software workshop) or the remote
terminal VW3 A31101.
(8) Molex connector for connecting A/B encoder signals or pulse/direction signals (see page 44)
Presentation:
pages 2 and 3
Functions:
pages 6 to 11, 54 and 55
Characteristics:
pages 12 to 15, 56 to 79
References:
pages 16, 80 to 82
Dimensions:
pages 30 to 33, 83 to 85
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Schemes
(continued)
1
Lexium 05 motion control
Lexium 05 servo drives
Schemes conforming to standards EN 954-1 category 3, IEC/EN 61508 SIL2 capability, in stopping
category 1 according to IEC/EN 60204-1 (continued)
LXM 05pDppM3X, LXM 05pDppN4
Three phase power supply, high inertia machine (continued)
Compatible components (for a complete list of references, please consult our “Motor starter solutions. Control and protection components” and “Safety solutions
using Preventa” catalogues).
Ref.
Description
A1
Lexium 05 servo drive, see page 16
A2 (1)
Preventa XPS AV safety module for monitoring emergency stops and switches. One safety module can manage the “Power
Removal” function for several drives on the same machine, but the time delay must be adjusted on the servo drive controlling the
servo motor that requires the longest stopping time.
F1
Fuse
L1
Line choke, see page 28
M1
Lexium BSH AC servo motor, see pages 80 and 81
P1
Phaseo (SELV) power supply c 24 V, please consult our “Interfaces, I/O splitter boxes and power supplies” catalogue
Q1
Circuit-breaker, see motor starters on pages 46 and 47
Q2
GV2 L magnetic circuit-breaker rated at twice the nominal primary current of T1
Q3
GB2 CB05 thermal magnetic circuit-breaker
S1
XB4 B or XB5 A “Emergency stop” dual contact pushbutton
S2
XB4 B or XB5 A “Start” pushbutton
S3
XB4 B or XB5 A “Enable” stay-put pushbutton
S4
XB4 B or XB5 A “Reset” pushbutton
T1
220 V secondary transformer
(1) For stopping times requiring more than 30 seconds in category 1, use a Preventa XPS AV safety module which can provide a maximum time delay of
300 seconds.
LXM 05pDppF1, LXM 05pDppM2
1
3
5
2
4
6
Power section for single phase power supply, high inertia machine
Q1
To 1/Q2
3
1
To 3/Q2
4
2
KM1
L1
W / T3
V / T2
U / T1
PC/-
PBE
R / L1
PBI
PA/+
S / L2 / N
A1
Motor Encoder
12
6
7
1
CN2
(1)
M1
Note: All terminals are located at the bottom of the servo drive. Fit interference suppressors to all inductive circuits near the servo drive or connected in the same
circuit, such as relays, contactors, solenoid valves, fluorescent lighting, etc.
Compatible components (for a complete list of references, please consult our “Motor starter solutions. Control and protection components” and “Safety solutions
using Preventa” catalogues).
Ref.
Description
A1
Lexium 05 servo drive, see page 16
L1
Line choke, see page 28
M1
Lexium BSH AC servo motor, see pages 80 and 81
Q1
Circuit-breaker, see motor starters on pages 46 and 47
Q2
GV2 L magnetic circuit-breaker rated at twice the nominal primary current of T1
(1) External braking resistor (see page 25)
Presentation:
pages 2 and 3
40
Functions:
pages 6 to 11, 54 and 55
Characteristics:
pages 12 to 15, 56 to 79
References:
pages 16, 80 to 82
Dimensions:
pages 30 to 33, 83 to 85
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Schemes (continued)
1
Lexium 05 motion control
1
Lexium 05 servo drives
Braking resistor
Holding brake controller
Internal resistor
External resistor
P1
CN1
A2
14 13 12 11
REF
ACTIVE1_OUT
0VDC
0VDC
+ 24 VDC
+ 24 VDC
31 32 33
CN3
W / T3
V / T2
U / T1
W / T3
V / T2
U / T1
PC/-
R / L1
S / L2 / N
PBE
PBI
PA/+
W / T3
V / T2
U / T1
PC/-
44 43 42 41
NO_FAULT_OUT
A1
S / L2 / N
PBE
PBI
PA/+
R / L1
A1
PC/-
A1
HBC
32 34
R1
M1
Compatible components
Ref.
A1
A2
M1
P1
R1
Description
Lexium 05 servo drive, see page 16
Holding brake controller VW3 M3103, see page 29
BSH servo motor with holding brake, see pages 80 and 81
Phaseo (SELV) power supply c 24 V, please consult our “Interfaces, I/O splitter boxes and power supplies” catalogue
External braking resistor VW3 A7 60pRpp, see page 25
Line chokes
Three phase power supply VW3 A4 552/553/554
Single phase power supply VZ1L0ppUMp0
LXM 05pDppM3X/N4
Compatible components
Ref.
L1
L2
S/L2/N
E1
R/L1
E3
T/L3
S1
L2
S3
E2
S/L2
S2
E1
R/L1
L1
S1
2
LXM 05pDppF1/M2
Description
Three phase line choke VW3 A4 552/553/554, see page 28
Single phase line choke VZ1L0ppUMp0, see page 28
Additional EMC input filters VW3 A3140p
Three phase power supply
Single phase power supply
2
L'1
S/L2/N
L2
L'2
R/L1
L'3
T/L3
LXM 05pDppM3X/N4
L1
F2
L3
L'2
S/L2
L2
L'1
R/L1
L1
F1
LXM 05pDppF1/M2
Compatible components
Ref.
Description
F1
Three phase additional EMC input filter VW3 A31402/404/406/407, see page 27
F2
Single phase additional EMC input filter VW3 A31401/403/405, see page 27
Note: The additional EMC input filters are connected as close as possible to the servo drive, directly upstream of the drive.
41
Schemes
(continued)
1
Lexium 05 motion control
Lexium 05 servo drives
Logic I/O
The servo drive parameters are used to adapt the logic operation of the 4 logic inputs/2 logic outputs (c 24 V) to the technology of the peripherals
connected to the servo drive I/O (sensors, preactuators, PLC I/O, etc):
b Positive logic (default setting) for connection to PNP transistor sensors
b Negative logic for connection to NPN transistor peripherals
External c 24 V power supply
Positive logic (default setting) (1)
Negative logic (2)
P1
P1
-
+
+
-
-
-
Logic I/O c 24 V
Ref.
31 “NO_FAULT_OUT” output
32 “ACTIVE1_OUT” output
33 “REF” input
34 “FAULT_RESET” input
35 “ENABLE” input
36 “HALT” input
PWRR_B
CN1
+ 24 VDC
HALT
PWRR_A
ENABLE
FAULT_RESET
REF
31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39
NO_FAULT_OUT
CN3
0VDC
0VDC
44 43 42 41
+ 24 VDC
A1
+ 24 VDC
PWRR_B
CN1
+ 24 VDC
HALT
PWRR_A
ENABLE
REF
FAULT_RESET
NO_FAULT_OUT
ACTIVE1_OUT
31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39
CN3
0VDC
0VDC
+ 24 VDC
44 43 42 41
+ 24 VDC
A1
+
ACTIVE1_OUT
+
Description
Servo drive fault
Control of holding brake controller VW3 M3103
Not used (3)
Reset, fault acknowledgement (3)
Enable servo drive power bridge (3)
Stop servo drive (stopping category 1)
Compatible components
Ref.
Description
A1
Lexium 05 servo drive, see page 16
P1
Phaseo (SELV) power supply c 24 V, please consult our “Interfaces, I/O splitter boxes and power supplies” catalogue
(1) Positive logic: Sink input, Source output
(2) Negative logic: Source input, Sink output
(3) If the servo drive is controlled via the communication network, these inputs have other assignments. Please consult the user's manual.
Specific spring terminals for LXM 05ADppppp
2 analog
inputs
± 10 V CANopen
42
RxD/TxD-P-Out
RxD/TxD-N-Out
CN1
LXM 05BDppppp
LXM 05ADppppp
Presentation:
pages 2 and 3
RxD/TxD-P-In
21 22 23 24
CN1
RxD/TxD-N-In
CAN_L
Profibus DP
CAN_H
CAN_0V
ANA2–
ANA2+
ANA–
ANA1+
11 12 13 14 21 22 23
Specific spring terminals for LXM 05BDppppp
Functions:
pages 6 to 11, 54 and 55
Characteristics:
pages 12 to 15, 56 to 79
References:
pages 16, 80 to 82
Dimensions:
pages 30 to 33, 83 to 85
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Schemes (continued)
1
Lexium 05 motion control
1
Lexium 05 servo drives
Servo drive control by Twido programmable controller
Via CANopen machine bus
Schemes and references, see page 18.
Via Modbus serial link
Schemes and references, see page 19.
Servo drive control by Modicon Premium automation platform
Via CANopen machine bus
Example of daisy chain connection
Example of tap junction connection
Magelis
Magelis
Premium
Premium
1
7
2
1
7
5
CANopen
5
2
6
CANopen
7
(1)
5
5
5
4
(2)
6
4
7
3
Lexium 05A
3
Lexium 05A
Lexium 05A
Lexium 15
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Lexium 15
Lexium 05A
Lexium 15
Lexium 15
PCMCIA card with tap junction and cable L = 0.5 m, TSX CPP 110
Junction box with 2 RJ 45 ports, VW3 CAN TAP2 (3)
CANopen bus adaptor for Lexium 15 servo drive (CANopen standard hardware interface), AM0 2CA 001V000
Cable fitted with 2 RJ45 connectors, VW3 CAN CARR03/1 (L = 0.3 or 1 m)
CANopen standard cables, TSX CAN CA/CB/CD 50/100/300 (L = 50, 100 or 300 m), with flying leads at both ends
Cable fitted with 2 SUB-D connectors (9-way, 1 male and 1 female), TLA CD CBA 005/015/030/050 (L = 0.5, 1.5, 3 or 5 m)
9-way female SUB-D IP 20 connector with line terminator, TSX CAN KCDF 90T/180T/90TP (right-angled, straight or right-angled with
SUB-D for diagnostic tool)
See references on page 18.
(1) Connection to spring terminals (CN1)
(2) Connection to RJ45 connector (CN4)
(3) Disconnect the line termination resistors from the junction box VW3 CAN TAP2 (included in the Lexium 05A servo drive).
Presentation:
pages 2 and 3
Functions:
pages 6 to 11, 54 and 55
Characteristics:
pages 12 to 15, 56 to 79
References:
pages 16, 80 to 82
Dimensions:
pages 30 to 33, 83 to 85
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Schemes
(continued)
1
Lexium 05 motion control
1
Lexium 05 servo drives
Servo drive control by Modicon Premium automation platform (continued)
+
Limit switch -
Axis 1 inputs
+
Limit switch +
+
External stop
+
Emergency stop
+
Event
I5
I2
1
Auxiliary I/O
I4
c 24 V power supply
++ – –
I1
++ ÐÐ
2
I3
OR
I0
TSX CFY 11/21
Advantys
Telefast ABE 7
3
Lexium 05
servo drive
Limit switch Ð
304 +
105
Limit switch +
303 +
Ð
Ð
302 +
Axis 0 inputs
301 +
Ð
Event
PC/-
I4
V / T2
W / T3
I1
Ð
300 +
BSH servo
motor
202
I3
201
100
+
U / T1
203
101
Homing
ABE-7H16R20
SinCos
encoder
I2
102
Emergency stop
CN2
204
103
External stop
To terminals
in base of
enclosure
I5
205
104
C
C
C
C
300
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
Ð
305
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
+
Homing
CN5
Pulse/direction control
Q0
7
1
Brake output
Q0
Motor Encoder
RI
Axis 0 output
114
214
112
212
111
211
110
210
109
209
108
208
107
207
106
206
12
6
Brake output
1
2
3
4
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
Axis 1 output
RI
Connection example for TSX CFY 11/21 motion control modules
I0
200
1 Cable with connectors VW3 M8 204 Rpp
(pulse/direction), see page 20
2 Cable with connectors TSX
CDP053/103/203/303/503
(L = 0.5, 1, 2, 3 or 5 m)
3 Cable with connector at one end and flying leads at
the other TSX CDP 301/501/1001
(L = 3, 5 or 10 m), see TSX CFY installation manual
Connection example for TSX CAY21/41/22/42/33 motion control modules
11
Simulated encoder feedback
Speed
reference
8
8
4
6
black
blue
5
CN5
CN1
11
12
7
++ – –
c 24 V power supply
++ – –
CN2
7
1
Lexium 05
servo drive
Motor Encoder
TSX CAY 42
To other
Lexium 05
servo drives
SinCos
encoder
12
6
TSX TAP MAS
r
External incremental
encoder
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
1
2
3
4
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
9
C
C
C
C
300
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
PC/U / T1
ABE 7H16R20
V / T2
10
Servo drive auxiliary I/O
4 Absolute or incremental encoder
5 Cable with connectors TSX CCP S15 050/100 and
TSX CCP S15 (L = 0.5, 1 or 2.5 m)
6 Connector TSX TAP S15 05
44
7 Cable with connectors TSX CXP 213/613
(L = 2.5 or 6 m)
8 Cable with connectors TSX CDP 611 (L = 6 m)
9 Cable with connectors TSX
CDP053/103/203/303/503 (L = 0.5, 1, 2, 3 or 5 m)
41
42
43
44
W / T3
BSH servo
motor
10 Cable with connector at one end and flying leads at
the other TSX CDP 301/501/1001 (L = 3, 5 or 10 m)
11 Cable with connectors VW3 M8 203 Rpp
(simulated incremental encoder feedback),
see page 20
Lexium 05 motion control
Installation
recommendations
1
1
Lexium 05 servo drives
Electromagnetic compatibility
Connections for ensuring conformity to EMC standards
Principle
b The earths between the servo drive, servo motor and cable shielding must have
“high frequency” equipotentiality.
b Use shielded cables with shielding connected to earth throughout 360° at both
ends for the servo motor cable, the braking resistor cable and the control-signalling
cables. Conduit or metal ducting can be used for part of the shielding length provided
that there is no break in the continuity of the earth connections.
b Ensure maximum separation between the power supply cable (line supply) and the
servo motor cable.
Installation diagram for LXM 05pDpppp servo drives
1 Steel plate supplied with the servo drive, to be mounted on it (earthed casing)
2 Lexium 05 servo drive
3 Unshielded power supply wires or cable
4 Unshielded wires for the output of the fault relay contacts
5 Attach and earth the shielding of cables 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 as close as possible to
the servo drive:
- Strip the shielding.
- Attach the cable to the plate 1 by attaching the clamp to the stripped part of the
shielding.
The shielding must be clamped tightly enough to the steel plate to ensure good
contact.
6 Shielded cable for connecting the BSH servo motor power
7 Shielded cable for connecting the BSH servo motor encoder
8 Shielded cable for connecting the position interface signals (A/B encoder or
pulse/direction)
9 Shielded cable for connecting the communication network (CANopen, Modbus or
Profibus DP)
10 Shielded cable for connecting the braking resistor
For cables 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, the shielding must be connected to earth at both ends.
The shielding must be continuous and intermediate terminals must be placed in
EMC shielded metal boxes.
11 Earth screw for servo motor cable
2
5
1
10
7
9
3
6
11
8
Note: The HF equipotential earth connection between the servo drive, servo motor and cable
shielding does not remove the need to connect the PE protective conductors (green-yellow) to
the appropriate terminals on each unit.
If using an additional EMC input filter, it should be mounted beneath the servo drive and
connected directly to the line supply via an unshielded cable. Link 3 on the servo drive is via the
filter output cable.
Operation on an IT system
Principle
IT system: Isolated or impedance earthed neutral
Use a permanent insulation monitor compatible with non-linear loads, such as a
Merlin Gerin type XM200 (please consult your Regional Sales Office).
LXM 05pDppF1/M2/N4 servo drives have an integrated EMC filter. These filters
must be isolated from earth for use on an IT system. For this disconnection see
below, depending on the model.
Filter
connected
Filter
disconnected
PE
LXM 05pDppF1
LXM 05pDppM2
LXM 05pD14/22/34N4
Presentation:
pages 2 and 3
R/L1 S/L2 T/L3
R/L1 S/L2 T/L3
Filter connected
Filter disconnected
LXM 05pD57N4
Functions:
pages 6 to 11, 54 and 55
Characteristics:
pages 12 to 15, 56 to 79
References:
pages 16, 80 to 82
Dimensions:
pages 30 to 33, 83 to 85
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Lexium 05 motion control
Motor starters
Protection by circuit breaker
Applications
The combinations listed below can be used to create a complete motor starter unit
comprising a circuit breaker, a contactor and a Lexium 05 servo drive.
The circuit breaker provides protection against accidental short-circuits, disconnection
and, if necessary, isolation.
The contactor starts up and manages any safety features, as well as isolating the servo
motor on stopping.
The servo drive controls the servo motor, provides protection against short-circuits
between the servo drive and the servo motor and protects the motor cable against
overloads. The overload protection is provided by the motor thermal protection of the
servo drive.
Motor starters for Lexium 05 servo drives
521466
Servo drive
Nominal power
kW
Circuit-breaker
Max.
Contactor (1)
prsp. line Add the voltage
Isc
reference to the basic
reference to obtain the
full reference (2)
Reference Rating
A
kA
Single phase supply voltage: 100…120 V
803714
LXM 05pD10F1
LXM 05pD17F1
LXM 05pD28F1
0.4
0.65
1.4
GV2 L14
GV2 L16
GV2 L20
10
14
18
1
1
1
LC1 K0610pp
LC1 K0610pp
LC1 K0610pp
10
14
25
1
1
1
LC1 K0610pp
LC1 K0610pp
LC1 D09pp
6.3
14
25
5
5
5
LC1 K0610pp
LC1 K0610pp
LC1 D09pp
10
10
14
25
5
5
5
5
LC1 K0610pp
LC1 K0610pp
LC1 K0610pp
LC1 D09pp
Single phase supply voltage: 200…240 V
LXM 05pD10M2
LXM 05pD17M2
LXM 05pD28M2
0.75
1.2
2.5
GV2 L14
GV2 L16
GV2 L22
Three-phase supply voltage: 200…240 V
531250
LXM 05pD10M3X
LXM 05pD17M3X
LXM 05pD42M3X
0.75
1.4
3.2
GV2 L10
GV2 L16
GV2 L22
Three-phase supply voltage: 380…480 V
LXM 05pD14N4
LXM 05pD22N4
LXM 05pD34N4
LXM 05pD57N4
GV2 Lpp
+
LC1 K06pppp
+
LXM 05pDppppp
1.4
2
3
6
GV2
GV2
GV2
GV2
L14
L14
L16
L22
(1) Composition of contactors:
b LC1 K06: 3 poles + 1 “N/O” auxiliary contact
b LC1 D09: 3 poles + 1 “N/O” auxiliary contact + 1 “N/C” auxiliary contact
(2) Usual control circuit voltages, see table below:
AC control circuit
Volts a 24
48
110
220
230
240
50/60 Hz B7
E7
F7
M7
P7
U7
Volts a 24
48
110
220/230
230
230/240
LC1-D
50 Hz
B5
E5
F5
M5
P5
U5
60 Hz
B6
E6
F6
M6
–
U6
50/60 Hz B7
E7
F7
M7
P7
U7
Note: For other voltages between 24 V and 660 V, or for a DC control circuit, please consult your
Regional Sales Office.
LC1-K
Presentation:
pages 2 and 3
46
Functions:
pages 6 to 11, 54 and 55
Characteristics:
pages 12 to 15, 56 to 79
References:
pages 16, 80 to 82
Dimensions:
pages 30 to 33, 83 to 85
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1
Motor starters
Protection using fuses
Protection using class J fuses (UL standard)
Servo drive
Nominal power
kW
Fuse to be placed
upstream
A
Single phase supply voltage: 100…120 V
LXM 05pD10F1
LXM 05pD17F1
LXM 05pD28F1
0.4
0.65
1.4
10
15
25
Single phase supply voltage: 200…240 V
LXM 05pD10M2
LXM 05pD17M2
LXM 05pD28M2
0.75
1.2
2.5
10
15
25
Three-phase supply voltage: 200…240 V
LXM 05pD10M3X
LXM 05pD17M3X
LXM 05pD42M3X
0.75
1.4
3.2
10
10
25
Three-phase supply voltage: 380…480 V
LXM
LXM
LXM
LXM
Presentation:
pages 2 and 3
Functions:
pages 6 to 11, 54 and 55
05pD14N4
05pD22N4
05pD34N4
05pD57N4
1.4
2
3
6
Characteristics:
pages 12 to 15, 56 to 79
10
15
15
25
References:
pages 16, 80 to 82
Dimensions:
pages 30 to 33, 83 to 85
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Mounting and installation
recommendations
Lexium 05 motion control
1
Lexium 05 servo drives
Mounting recommendations
Lexium 05 servo drives, reference LXM 05pD10pp, are cooled by natural convection.
The other Lexium 05 servo drives, references LXM 05pD17pp to LXM 05pD57N4, have
an integrated fan.
When installing the servo drive in the electrical enclosure, the instructions below
should be followed with regard to the temperature and protection index:
b Provide sufficient cooling of the servo drive by complying with the minimum
mounting distances.
b Do not mount the servo drive near heat sources.
b Do not mount the servo drive on flammable materials.
b Do not heat the servo drive cooling air by currents of hot air from other equipment
and components, for example from an external braking resistor.
b If the servo drive is used above its thermal limits, the control stops due to
overtemperature.
b When IP 20 protection is sufficient, we recommend that the protective film is
removed once installation is complete.
b Mount the servo drive vertically (± 10%).
Note: For cables that are connected via the underside of the servo drive, at least 200 mm free
space is required under the unit to comply with the bending radius of the connection cables.
Ambient
temperature
- 10°C to + 40°C
Mounting distances
Instructions to be followed
d > 50 mm
10 < d < 50 mm
0 < d < 10 mm
–
Remove the protective cover
Remove the protective cover
+ 40°C to + 50°C
d > 50 mm
d < 50 mm
Remove the protective cover
Remove the protective cover
Reduce the output current by 2.2% per °C
above 40°C
Remove the protective cover if IP 20 is sufficient
Note: Do not use insulated enclosures as they have a poor level of conductivity.
Presentation:
pages 2 and 3
48
Functions:
pages 6 to 11, 54 and 55
Characteristics:
pages 12 to 15, 56 to 79
References:
pages 16, 80 to 82
Dimensions:
pages 30 to 33, 83 to 85
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Lexium 05 motion control
Mounting and installation
recommendations
(continued)
1
Lexium 05 servo drives
1
Recommendations for mounting in a wall-mounted or
floor-standing enclosure
To ensure good air circulation in the servo drive:
b Fit ventilation grilles on the enclosure
b Ensure that ventilation is adequate: if not, install a forced ventilation unit with a filter
b Any apertures and/or fans must provide a flow rate at least equal to that of the
servo drive fans (see below)
b Use special filters with IP 54 protection
b Remove the protective film stuck on the upper part of the servo drive
Dissipated power and fan flow rate compatible with Lexium 05 servo drive
Natural convection
Forced cooling
Servo drive
LXM 05pD10F1
LXM 05pD10M2
LXM 05pD10M3X
Dissipated power
43 W
48 W
43 W
Ventilation
Natural convection
Flow rate
0.3 m3/min
LXM
LXM
LXM
LXM
05pD17F1
05pD17M2
05pD17M3X
05pD14N4
76 W
74 W
68 W
65 W
Integrated fan
0.55 m3 /min
LXM
LXM
LXM
LXM
LXM
05pD28F1
05pD22N4
05pD28M2
05pD42M3X
05pD34N4
150 W
90 W
142 W
132 W
147 W
Integrated fan
1.55 m3 /min
240 W
Integrated fan
1.75 m 3 /min
LXM 05pD57N4
Metal dust and damp proof wall-mounted or floor-standing enclosure
(IP 54 degree of protection)
The servo drive must be mounted in a dust and damp proof enclosure in certain
environmental conditions, such as dust, corrosive gases, high humidity with risk of
condensation and dripping water, splashing liquid, etc.
In these cases, Lexium 05 servo drives can be installed in an enclosure where the
internal temperature must not exceed 50°C.
Calculating the dimensions of the enclosure
Maximum thermal resistance Rth (°C/W)
The thermal resistance is defined by the following formula:
θ° – θe
R th = -----------------P
θ° = maximum temperature inside the enclosure in °C
θe = maximum external temperature in °C
P = total power dissipated in the enclosure in W
Power dissipated by the servo drive: see table above. Add the power dissipated by
the other equipment components.
Useful heat exchange area of the enclosure S (m2)
For a wall-mounted enclosure, the useful heat exchange area is defined as the sum
of the areas of the two sides + top + front panel.
k
S = ---------R
th
k = thermal resistance per m2 of the enclosure
For metal enclosures:
b k = 0.12 with internal fan,
b k = 0.15 without fan
Note: Do not use insulated enclosures as they have a poor level of conductivity.
Presentation:
pages 2 and 3
Functions:
pages 6 to 11, 54 and 55
Characteristics:
pages 12 to 15, 56 to 79
References:
pages 16, 80 to 82
Dimensions:
pages 30 to 33, 83 to 85
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Presentation,
functions
PowerSuite software workshop
1
1
Presentation
534513
The PowerSuite software workshop for PC is a user-friendly tool designed for setting
up control devices for the following Telemecanique brand motors:
b TeSys U controller-starters
b Altistart soft start/soft stop units
b Altivar variable speed drives
b Lexium 05 servo drives
It includes various functions designed for setup phases such as:
b Preparing configurations
b Start-up
b Maintenance
In order to simplify the start-up and maintenance phases, the PowerSuite software
workshop can use the Bluetooth® wireless link.
PowerSuite screen on PC
Installed base management
Functions (1)
Preparing configurations
The PowerSuite software workshop can be used on its own to generate the device
configuration. It can be saved, printed and exported to office automation software.
The PowerSuite software workshop can also be used to convert:
b An Altivar 28 drive configuration to an Altivar 31 drive configuration
b An Altivar 38 drive configuration to an Altivar 61 drive configuration
b An Altivar 58 or Altivar 58F drive configuration to an Altivar 71 drive configuration.
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Start-up
When the PC is connected to the device, the PowerSuite software workshop can
be used to:
b Transfer the generated configuration
b Adjust
b Monitor. This option has been enhanced with new functions such as:
v The oscilloscope
v The high-speed oscilloscope (minimum time base: 2 ms)
v The FFT (Fast Fourier Transform) oscilloscope
v Displaying communication parameters
b Control
b Save the final configuration
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PowerSuite screen on PC
View of PI regulator function parameters
Maintenance
In order to simplify maintenance operations, the PowerSuite software workshop can
be used to:
b Compare the configuration of a device currently being used with a saved
configuration
b Manage the user’s installed base of equipment, in particular:
v Organize the installed base into folders (electrical equipment, machinery,
workshops, etc.)
v Store maintenance messages
v Simplify Ethernet connection by storing the IP address
User interface
The PowerSuite software workshop can be used to:
b Present the device parameters arranged by function in the form of illustrated views
of diagrams or simple tables
b Customize the parameter names
b Create:
v A user menu (choice of particular parameters)
v Monitoring control panels with graphic elements (cursors, gauges, bar charts
b Perform sort operations on the parameters
b Display text in five languages (English, French, German, Italian and Spanish).
The language changes immediately and there is no need to restart the program.
View of the FTT oscilloscope function
It also has online contextual help:
b On the PowerSuite tool
b On the device functions by direct access to the user manuals
(1) Some functions are not available for all devices.
See the table of function availability, page 51.
References:
page 52
50
Functions (continued)
1
PowerSuite software workshop
1
Function availability for the PowerSuite software workshop
Functions not listed in the table are available for all devices.
Function available with devices
Controller- Soft start/
starter
soft stop
unit
TeSys U
ATS 48
Drives
ATV 11
Servo
drives
ATV 31
ATV 61
ATV 71
LXM 05
Monitoring
Oscilloscope
High-speed oscilloscope
FFT oscilloscope
Display of communication parameters
Control
Customization of parameter names
Creation of a user menu
Creation of monitoring control panels
Sort operation on parameters
Functions available
Functions not available
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Connections (1)
Modbus serial link
The PowerSuite software workshop can be connected directly to the device terminal
port or Modbus serial link port via the serial port on the PC.
PowerSuite
Two types of connection are possible:
b With a single device (point-to-point connection), using a VW3 A8 106 PC serial
port connection kit
b With a number of devices (multidrop connection), using the XGS Z24 interface.
RS 232
XGS Z24
RS 485
Modbus serial link
ATV 31 or
Lexium 05
ATV 61
TeSys U
ATV 71
ATS 48
Ethernet TCP/IP communication network
The PowerSuite software workshop can be connected to an Ethernet TCP/IP
network.
In this case, the devices can be accessed:
b Using a VW3 A3 310 communication card for the Altivar 61 and 71 drives
b Using a TSX ETG 100 Ethernet/Modbus bridge
Modbus multidrop connection
Bluetooth® wireless link
The PowerSuite software workshop can communicate via a Bluetooth® radio link
with a device equipped with a Bluetooth® - Modbus VW3 A8 114 adapter. The
adapter plugs into the device connector terminal port or Modbus serial link port and
has a range of 10 m (class 2).
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PLC (2)
PowerSuite
Ethernet TCP/IP network
If the PC does not have Bluetooth® technology, use the VW3 A8 115 USB-Bluetooth®
adapter.
Bridge
Remote maintenance
Using a simple Ethernet connection, the PowerSuite software workshop can be used
for remote monitoring and diagnostics.
When devices are not connected to the Ethernet network, or it is not directly
accessible, various remote transmission solutions may be possible (modem,
teleprocessing gateway, etc.). Please consult your Regional Sales Office.
Modbus serial link
ATV 31 or
Lexium 05
ATS 48
ATV 61
ATV 71
(1) Please refer to the compatibility table on page 53.
(2) Please refer to our “Automation platform Modicon Premium and Unity - PL7 software” and
“Automation platform Modicon TSX Micro - PL7 software” catalogues.
Ethernet connection
Presentation:
page 50
References:
page 52
51
References
1
PowerSuite software workshop
1
PowerSuite software workshop
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Description
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VW3 A8 114
Presentation:
page 50
52
Reference
Weight
kg
0.100
VW3 A8 104
b 1 program for PC in English, French, German, Italian
and Spanish
b Variable speed drive, starter and servo drive technical manuals
b ABC Configurator software for the LUF P communication
gateways
PowerSuite update CD-ROM
b 1 program for PC in English, French, German, Italian
VW3 A8 105
0.100
(1)
and Spanish
b Variable speed drive and starter technical manuals
VW3 A8 106
0.350
b 1 x 3 m cable with 2 RJ45 connectors
Connection kit for PC
b 1 RS 232/RS 485 converter with one 9-way female
serial port
SUB-D connector and 1 RJ45 connector
for point-to-point
b 1 converter for the ATV 11 drive, with one 4-way male
Modbus connection
connector and one RJ45 connector
b 1 RJ45/9-way male SUB-D adapter for connecting
ATV 38/58/58F drives
b 1 RJ45/9-way female SUB-D adapter for connecting
ATV 68 drives.
RS 232-RS 485 interface
1 multidrop Modbus converter for connection
XGS Z24
0.105
for multidrop Modbus connection to screw terminals. Requires a 24 V c (20...30 V),
20 mA power supply (2).
Modbus-Bluetooth® adapter
VW3 A8 114
0.155
b 1 Bluetooth® adapter (10 m range, class 2)
(3)
with 1 RJ45 connector
b 1 x 0.1 m cable with 2 RJ45 connectors
for PowerSuite
b 1 x 0.1 m cable with 1 RJ45 connector and 1 mini DIN
connector for TwidoSoft
b 1 RJ45/9-way male SUB-D adapter for connecting
ATV 38/58/58F drives.
USB-Bluetooth®
This adapter is required for a PC which is not equipped with
VW3 A8 115
0.290
adapter for PC
Bluetooth® technology. It is connected to a USB port on the PC.
Range of 10 m (class 2).
(1) Updates a version u V1.40 with the latest available version. For versions < V1.40, you should order the PowerSuite CD-ROM,
VW3 A8 104.
(2) Please consult our specialist catalogue “Power supplies, splitter blocks and interfaces”.
(3) Can also be used to communicate between a Twido PLC and the TwidoSoft software workshop.
PowerSuite CD-ROM
VW3 A8 104
Composition
Functions:
pages 50 and 51
Compatibility
1
PowerSuite software workshop
1
Compatibility of PowerSuite software workshop with the following devices (1)
Connection
Modbus
Ethernet (device equipped with an Ethernet TCP/IP card)
Ethernet via Ethernet/Modbus bridge
Bluetooth®
Compatible software versions
Incompatible software versions
Controller- Soft start/
starter
soft stop
unit
TeSys U
ATS 48
Drives
ATV 11
ATV 31
ATV 61
ATV 71
V1.40
V1.40
V2.0
V2.3
V2.3
V2.3
V2.3
V2.2
V2.2
V2.2
V2.2
V1.30
V1.50
V2.2
Servo
drives
V2.0
V2.2
LXM 05A
(2)
V2.2
V2.2
V2.2
Hardware and software environments
The PowerSuite software workshop can operate in the following PC environments and configurations:
b Microsoft Windows ® 98 SE, Microsoft Windows® 2000 SP4, Microsoft Windows® XP SP1, SP2,
b Pentium III, 800 MHz, hard disk with 300 MB available, 128 MB RAM
b SVGA or higher definition monitor
(1) Minimum software version
(2) For the LXM 05Bpppppp servo drives, please consult your Regional Sales Office.
Presentation:
page 50
Functions:
pages 50 and 51
References:
page 52
53
Presentation
1
Lexium 05 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
Presentation
BSH servo motors are the ideal choice to meet the requirements of dynamics and
precision. With five flange sizes and a variety of lengths, there is a suitable solution
for most applications, covering a torque range from 0.42 to 33.5 Nm for speeds
ranging from 1250 to 6000 rpm.
BSH servo motor with
straight connectors
BSH servo motor with
angled connectors
Torque/speed characteristics
BSH servo motors provide torque/speed curve profiles similar to the example shown
on the left with:
1 Peak torque, depending on the servo drive model
2 Continuous torque, depending on the servo drive model
where:
b 6000 (in rpm) corresponds to the servo motor's maximum mechanical speed
b Mmax (in Nm) represents the peak stall torque value
b Mn (in Nm) represents the continuous stall torque value
4
1
Mmax
3
2
2
M0
Meq
0
0
Their new winding technology based on salient poles makes BSH servo motors very
compact in comparison with conventional servo motors.
BSH servo motors are available in 5 flange sizes: 55, 70, 100, 140 and 205 mm.
Thermal protection is provided by a temperature probe integrated in the servo
motors. They are certified “Recognized”
by the Underwriters Laboratories and
comply with standard UL1004 (except for the BSH 1404P servo motor) and with
European directives (e marking).
BSH servo motors are available with the following variants:
b IP40 or IP65 degree of protection
b With or without holding brake
b Straight or angled connectors
b Single turn or multiturn SinCos encoder
b Smooth or keyed shaft end
1000
2000
3000
nmoy
4000
5000
6000
Principle for determining servo motor size according to the application
The torque/speed curves can be used to determine the correct servo motor size.
For example, for a 115 V single phase supply voltage, the curves used are curves 1
and 2.
1 Locate the work zone of the application in terms of speed.
2 Verify, using the servo motor cycle timing diagram, that the torques required by the
application during the various phases of the cycle are located within the area
bounded by curve 1 in the work zone.
3 Calculate the average speed navg and the equivalent thermal torque Meq (see
page 92).
4 The point defined by navg and Meq must be located below curve 2 in the work zone.
Work zone
Note: For sizing of servo motors: see page 92.
Functions
General functions
BSH servo motors have been developed to meet the following requirements:
b Functional characteristics, ruggedness, safety, etc in accordance with IEC/EN
60034-1
b Ambient operating temperature: - 20...40°C according to DIN 50019R14.
Maximum 55°C with derating from 40°C of 1% per °C
b Relative humidity: Class F according to DIN 400
b Altitude: 1000 m without derating, 2000 m with k = 0.86 (1), 3000 m with k = 0.8
b Storage and transport temperature: - 25...70°C
b Winding insulation class: F (maximum temperature for windings 155°C) according
to DIN VDE 0530
b Power and sensor connections via straight or angled connectors
b Thermal protection by built-in PTC thermistor probe, controlled by the Lexium 05
servo drive
b Out-of-round, concentricity and perpendicularity between flange and shaft
according to DIN 42955, class N
b Flange compliant with standard DIN 42948
b Permitted mounting positions: no mounting restrictions for IMB5 - IMV1 and IMV3
according to DIN 42950
b Polyester resin based paint: opaque black RAL 9005
(1) k: derating factor
Characteristics:
pages 56 to 79
54
References:
pages 80 to 82
Dimensions:
pages 83 to 85
Lexium 05 motion control
Functions,
description
1
1
BSH servo motors
Functions (continued)
General functions (continued)
b Degree of protection:
v Servo motor casing: IP 65 in accordance with IEC/EN 60529
v Shaft end: IP 40 or IP 65 in accordance with IEC/EN 60529 (1)
b Integrated sensor: SinCos Hiperface single turn or multiturn high resolution
encoder
b Smooth or keyed shaft end in standard sizes (according to DIN 42948)
Holding brake (depending on model)
The integrated brake fitted on BSH servo motors (depending on the model) is a
failsafe electro-magnetic holding brake.
d
Do not use the holding brake as a dynamic brake for deceleration, as this
will quickly damage the brake.
Built-in encoder
The servo motor is fitted with a SinCos Hiperface® high resolution single turn (4096
points) or multiturn (4096 points x 4096 turns) absolute encoder providing angular
precision of the shaft position, accurate to less than ± 1.3 arc minutes.
This performs the following functions:
b Gives the angular position of the rotor so that flows can be synchronized
b Measures the servo motor speed via the associated Lexium 05 servo drive. This
information is used by the speed controller of the Lexium servo drive.
b Measures the position information for the Lexium servo drive position controller
b Measures and sends position information in incremental format for the position
feedback of a motion control module (“simulated encoder” output of the Lexium 05
servo drive)
4
5
1
2
3
6
Description
BSH servo motors with a 3-phase stator and a 6- to 10-pole rotor (depending on
model) with Neodymium Iron Borium (NdFeB) magnets consist of:
1 A casing with a square cross-section, protected by RAL 9005 opaque black paint
2 A 4-point axial fixing flange in accordance with DIN 42948
3 A standard shaft end in accordance with DIN 42948, smooth or keyed (depending
on the model)
4 A threaded dust and damp proof male straight connector for connecting the power
cable (2)
5 A threaded dust and damp proof male straight connector for connecting the encoder
cable (2)
6 A manufacturer's rating plate on the right side
Connectors to be ordered separately, for connection to Lexium 05 servo drives,
see page 82.
Schneider Electric has taken particular care to ensure compatibility between
BSH servo motors and Lexium 05 servo drives. This compatibility can only be
assured by using cables and connectors sold by Schneider Electric, see page 82.
(1) IP 40 mounted in position IMV3 (vertical mounting with shaft end at the top)
(2) Other model with angled connector that can be rotated through 330°
Presentation:
page 54
Characteristics:
pages 56 to 79
References:
pages 80 to 82
Dimensions:
pages 83 to 85
55
Characteristics
Lexium 05 motion control
1
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics with BSH 0551T servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 05 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Switching frequency
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
kHz
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 0551T
LXM 05pD10F1
115 single phase
8
0.5
1.4
0.46
3000
6.2
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
9000
0.36
22
kgcm2
6
0.059
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.1113
12.2
20.8
1.705
LXM 05pD10M2
230 single phase
LXM 05pD10M3X
230 3-phase
0.43
6000
0.42
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (depending on model)
See page 86
Speed/torque curves
BSH 0551T servo motors
With LXM 05pD10F1 servo drive
115 V single phase
With LXM 05pD10M2 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 05pD10M3X servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
2,0
Torque in Nm
2,0
Torque in Nm
2,0
1,6
Mmax
1,6
Mmax
1,6
Mmax
1
1,2
1,2
0,8
0
0,8
2
M0
0,4
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000 6000
Speed in rpm
0
0
56
References:
pages 80 to 82
2
M0
0,4
2000
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
page 54
1
1,2
0,8
2
M0
0,4
0
1
Dimensions:
pages 83 to 85
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
Characteristics (continued)
Lexium 05 motion control
1
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 0552M/0552P servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 05 servo drive
Line supply voltage
kHz
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 0552M
LXM 05
pD10M2
230 single
phase
4
0.9
2.3
0.85
1500
2.9
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
9000
1.33
74
kgcm2
6
0.096
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.1613
60.2
122
1.24
V
Switching frequency
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
BSH 0552P
LXM 05
pD10M2
230 single
phase
8
LXM 05
pD10M3X
230
3-phase
LXM 05
pD10M3X
230
3-phase
2.7
0.8
4000
5.9
LXM 05
pD14N4
400/480
3-phase
0.70
6000
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (depending on model)
0.7
40
17.4
35.3
See page 86
Speed/torque curves
BSH 0552M servo motor
With LXM 05pD10M2 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 05pD10M3X servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
4
Torque in Nm
4
3
3
1
Mmax
2
2
1
M0
0
1
Mmax
2
2
M0
0
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
Speed in rpm
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
Speed in rpm
BSH 0552P servo motor
With LXM 05pD10M2 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 05pD10M3X servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 05pD14N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
4
4
4
3
Mmax
3
Mmax
1
2
2
0
2
1
M0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000 6000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
page 54
0
0
0
2.1/2.2
1
M0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000 6000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V 3-phase
References:
pages 80 to 82
1.2
1.1
2
2
1
M0
0
3
Mmax
1
0
2000
3000
5000
8000
Speed in rpm
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 83 to 85
57
Characteristics
(continued)
Lexium 05 motion control
1
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 0552T servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 05 servo drive
Line supply voltage
kHz
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 0552T
LXM 05
pD10F1
115 single
phase
8
0.9
1.77
0.8
3000
10.3
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
9000
0.36
22
kgcm2
6
0.14
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.1613
5.2
10.6
1.24
V
Switching frequency
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
LXM 05
pD17F1
115 single
phase
LXM 05
pD10M2
230 single
phase
2.7
1.77
0.72
6000
LXM 05
pD10M3X
230
3-phase
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (depending on model)
See page 86
Speed/torque curves
BSH 0552T servo motor
With LXM 05pD10F1 servo drive
115 V single phase
Torque in Nm
2,0
1
Mmax
1,6
With LXM 05pD17F1 servo drive
115 V single phase
With LXM 05pD10M2 servo drive
230 V single phase
Torque in Nm
4
Torque in Nm
2,0
1
Mmax
1,6
3
Mmax
1
1,2
2
M0
0,8
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000 6000
Speed in rpm
0
2
0,4
0
1000
2000
With LXM 05pD10M3X servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
2,0
1
Mmax
1,6
1,2
2
M0
0,8
0,4
0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
page 54
58
References:
pages 80 to 82
2
M0
0,8
1
M0
0,4
0
1,2
2
Dimensions:
pages 83 to 85
3000
4000
5000 6000
Speed in rpm
0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
Characteristics (continued)
Lexium 05 motion control
1
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 0553M servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 05 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Switching frequency
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
kHz
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 0553M
LXM 05
pD10M2
230 single phase
4
1.3
4.2
1.2
1500
4.3
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
9000
1.33
79
kgcm2
6
0.134
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.2113
38.4
92.2
1.5
LXM 05
pD10M3X
230 3-phase
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Stator
(at 20°C)
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Holding brake (depending on model)
See page 86
Speed/torque curves
BSH 0553M servo motors
With LXM 05pD10M2 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 05pD10M3X servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
4
1
Mmax
Torque in Nm
4
1
Mmax
3
3
2
2
2
M0
1
0
0
2
M0
1
1000
2000
3000
4000
Speed in rpm
0
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
page 54
References:
pages 80 to 82
Dimensions:
pages 83 to 85
59
Characteristics
(continued)
Lexium 05 motion control
1
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 0553P/0553T servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 05 servo drive
Line supply voltage
kHz
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 0553P
LXM 05
pD10M2
230 single
phase
8
1.3
3.18
1
4000
8.7
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
9000
0.7
41
kgcm2
6
0.134
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.2113
10.4
25
1.5
V
Switching frequency
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
LXM 05
pD10M3X
230
3-phase
BSH 0553T
LXM 05
pD17F1
115 single
phase
LXM 05
pD14N4
400/480
3-phase
3.87
0.9
6000
3.31
11
3000
15.2
LXM 05
pD17M2
230 single
phase
LXM 05
pD17M3X
230
3-phase
0.9
6000
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (depending on model)
0.39
22
3.1
7.4
See page 86
Speed/torque curves
BSH 0553P servo motors
With LXM 05pD10M2 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 05pD10M3X servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 05pD14N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
5
4
4
1
Mmax
3
1
Mmax
3
1.2
4
Mmax
1.1
3
2
2
2
M0
1
0
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000 6000
Speed in rpm
0
2
2
M0
1
2.1/2.2
M0
1
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000 6000
Speed in rpm
0
0
2000
4000
BSH 0553T servo motor
With LXM 05pD17F1 servo drive
115 V single phase
With LXM 05pD17M2 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 05pD17M3X servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
4
4
1
Mmax
3
2
0
2000
3000
4000
5000 6000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
page 54
60
2
2
M0
1
1000
0
0
2
M0
1
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V 3-phase
References:
pages 80 to 82
1
Mmax
3
2
2
M0
1
0
4
1
Mmax
3
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
Dimensions:
pages 83 to 85
0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V 3-phase
Characteristics (continued)
Lexium 05 motion control
1
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 0701M/0701P servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 05 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Switching frequency
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
kHz
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 0701M
LXM 05
pD10M3X
230 3-phase
4
1.4
3.2
1.36
1500
2.8
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
8000
1.6
91
kgcm2
6
0.25
BSH 0701P
LXM 05
pD10M2
230 single phase
LXM 05
pD10M3X
230 3-phase
1.3
3000
5.3
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Stator
Resistance (phase/phase)
(at 20°C)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Holding brake (depending on model)
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.8
46
0.322
41.6
173.2
4.16
See page 86
10.4
38.8
3.73
Speed/torque curves
BSH 0701M servo motor
With LXM 05pD10M3X servo drive
230 V 3-phase
BSH 0701P servo motor
With LXM 05pD10M2 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 05pD10M3X servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
4
Torque in Nm
4
Torque in Nm
4
1
Mmax
3
2
Mmax
3
2
M0
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
Speed in rpm
0
2
M0
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
M0
0
1
Mmax
3
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000 6000
Speed in rpm
0
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000 6000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
page 54
References:
pages 80 to 82
Dimensions:
pages 83 to 85
61
Characteristics
(continued)
Lexium 05 motion control
1
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 0701T servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 05 servo drive
Line supply voltage
kHz
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 0701T
LXM 05
pD10F1
115 single
phase
8
1.4
2.42
1.43
2500
9.9
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
8000
0.46
27
kgcm2
6
0.25
V
Switching frequency
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
LXM 05
pD17M2
230 single
phase
LXM 05
pD10M3X
230
3-phase
LXM 05
pD17M3X
230
3-phase
3.19
1.32
5000
2.41
1.2
6000
3.19
1.32
5000
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Stator
Resistance (phase/phase)
(at 20°C)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Holding brake (depending on model)
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.322
3.3
12.6
3.81
See page 86
Speed/torque curves
BSH 0701T servo motor
With LXM 05pD10F1 servo drive
115 V single phase
With LXM 05pD17M2 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 05pD10M3X servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
4
Torque in Nm
4
Torque in Nm
4
3
Mmax
3
2
2
M0
2
2
M0
1
1000
2000
3000
4000
Speed in rpm
0
1
0
2000
With LXM 05pD17M3X servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
4
1
Mmax
3
2
2
M0
1
0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
page 54
62
References:
pages 80 to 82
2
M0
1
0
1
Mmax
2
0
1
Mmax
3
1
Dimensions:
pages 83 to 85
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
Characteristics (continued)
Lexium 05 motion control
1
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 0702M servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 05 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Switching frequency
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
kHz
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 0702M
LXM 05pD10M2
230 single phase
4
2.1
6.8
2.12
1500
5.9
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
8000
1.46
93
kgcm2
6
0.41
LXM 05pD10M3X
230 3-phase
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Stator
Resistance (phase/phase)
(at 20°C)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Holding brake (depending on model)
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.482
17.3
84.4
4.88
See page 86
Speed/torque curves
BSH 0702M servo motor
With LXM 05pD10M2 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 05pD10M3X servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
7
Mmax
1
6
Torque in Nm
7
Mmax
1
6
5
5
4
4
3
3
2
M0
1
1
0
0
0
2
M0
1000
2000
3000
4000
Speed in rpm
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
page 54
References:
pages 80 to 82
Dimensions:
pages 83 to 85
63
Characteristics
(continued)
Lexium 05 motion control
1
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 0702P servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 05 servo drive
Line supply voltage
kHz
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 0702P
LXM 05
pD10M2
230 single
phase
4
2.2
5.37
1.9
3000
9.8
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
8000
0.77
48
kgcm2
6
0.41
V
Switching frequency
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
LXM 05
pD17M2
230 single
phase
LXM 05
pD10M3X
230
3-phase
LXM 05
pD17M3X
230
3-phase
7.55
5.37
7.55
LXM 05
pD14N4
400/480
3-phase
1.6
6000
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Stator
Resistance (phase/phase)
(at 20°C)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Holding brake (depending on model)
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.482
4.2
21.3
5.07
See page 86
Speed/torque curves
BSH 0702P servo motor
With LXM 05pD10M2 servo drive
230 V single phase
Torque in Nm
7
6
Mmax
5
With LXM 05pD17M2 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 05pD10M3X servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
7
8
Mmax
1
6
Mmax
5
1
6
4
4
4
3
M0
2
3
M0
2
M0
2
1
1
0
0
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000 6000
Speed in rpm
0
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
With LXM 05pD17M3X servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 05pD14N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
8
Mmax
Torque in Nm
8
Mmax
1
6
6
4
4
2
M0
2
0
0
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000 6000
Speed in rpm
Presentation:
page 54
5000 6000
Speed in rpm
1.1
M0
2
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
64
1
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000 6000
Speed in rpm
1.2
2.1/2.2
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V 3-phase
References:
pages 80 to 82
2
Dimensions:
pages 83 to 85
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V 3-phase
Characteristics (continued)
Lexium 05 motion control
1
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 0702T servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 05 servo drive
Line supply voltage
kHz
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 0702T
LXM 05
pD17F1
115 single
phase
8
2.12
4.14
1.9
2500
20.6
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
8000
0.42
28
kgcm2
6
0.41
V
Switching frequency
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
LXM 05
pD17M2
230 single
phase
LXM 05
pD28M2
230 single
phase
1.7
6000
6.8
1.76
4500
LXM 05
pD42M3X
230
3-phase
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Stator
Resistance (phase/phase)
(at 20°C)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Holding brake (depending on model)
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.482
1.5
6.6
4.4
See page 86
Speed/torque curves
BSH 0702T servo motor
With LXM 05pD17F1 servo drive
115 V single phase
With LXM 05pD17M2 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 05pD28M2 servo drive
230 V single phase
Torque in Nm
7
Torque in Nm
6
Torque in Nm
8
Mmax
6
6
5
Mmax
1
5
Mmax
4
3
M0
2
M0
1
3
4
2
2
M0
1
1
0
1
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
Speed in rpm
0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
With LXM 05pD42M3X servo drive 230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
8
1
Mmax
6
4
2
M0
0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
page 54
References:
pages 80 to 82
Dimensions:
pages 83 to 85
65
Characteristics
(continued)
Lexium 05 motion control
1
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 0703M servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 05 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Switching frequency
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
kHz
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 0703M
LXM 05pD10M2
230 single phase
4
2.8
10
2.7
1500
7.3
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
8000
1.48
96
kgcm2
6
0.58
LXM 05pD10M3X
230 3-phase
LXM 05pD14N4
400/480 3-phase
10.3
2.5
3000
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Stator
Resistance (phase/phase)
(at 20°C)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Holding brake (depending on model)
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.81
10.7
48.1
4.5
See page 86
Speed/torque curves
BSH 0703M servo motor
With LXM 05pD10M2 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 05pD10M3X servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 05pD14N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
12
Torque in Nm
12
Torque in Nm
12
Mmax
1
Mmax
1
Mmax
8
8
8
6
6
6
4
M0
2
4
M0
2
0
2
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
page 54
66
0
4
M0
2
2
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V 3-phase
References:
pages 80 to 82
1.1
Dimensions:
pages 83 to 85
0
0
1.2
2.1
1000
2000
2.2
3000
4000
5000 6000
Speed in rpm
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V 3-phase
Characteristics (continued)
Lexium 05 motion control
1
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 0703P servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 05 servo drive
Line supply voltage
kHz
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 0703P
LXM 05
pD17M2
230 single
phase
8
3.1
7.28
2.8
3000
15.2
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
8000
0.78
49
kgcm2
6
0.58
V
Switching frequency
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
LXM 05
pD28M2
230 single
phase
LXM 05
pD17M3X
230
3-phase
LXM 05
pD22N4
400/480
3-phase
10.3
2.3
7.28
2.8
8.92
2.3
6000
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Stator
Resistance (phase/phase)
(at 20°C)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Holding brake (depending on model)
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.81
2.7
13
4.81
See page 86
Speed/torque curves
BSH 0703P servo motor
With LXM 05pD17M2 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 05pD28M2 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 05pD17M3X servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
10
Torque in Nm
12
Torque in Nm
10
8
Mmax
1
Mmax
1
8
Mmax
8
6
1
6
6
4
M0
2
0
2
0
4
M0
2
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000 6000
Speed in rpm
0
4
M0
2
2
2
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000 6000
Speed in rpm
0
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000 6000
Speed in rpm
With LXM 05pD22N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
10
Mmax
8
1.1
1.2
6
4
M0
2
0
2.1/2.2
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
page 54
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V 3-phase
References:
pages 80 to 82
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 83 to 85
67
Characteristics
(continued)
Lexium 05 motion control
1
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 0703T servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 05 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Switching frequency
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
kHz
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 0703T
LXM 05pD28F1
115 single phase
8
2.8
7.38
2.55
2500
30.9
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
8000
0.42
29
kgcm2
6
0.58
LXM 05pD28M2
230 single phase
LXM 05pD42M3X
230 3-phase
10.25
2.1
6000
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Stator
Resistance (phase/phase)
(at 20°C)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Holding brake (depending on model)
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.81
1
4.4
4.4
See page 86
Speed/torque curves
BSH 0703T servo motor
With LXM 05pD28F1 servo drive
115 V single phase
With LXM 05pD28M22 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 05pD42M3X servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
10
Torque in Nm
10
Torque in Nm
15
1
8
Mmax
6
12
Mmax
9
6
4
M0
2
0
1
8
Mmax
4
M0
2
2
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
Speed in rpm
0
6
2
2000
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
page 54
68
References:
pages 80 to 82
2
M0
0
1
Dimensions:
pages 83 to 85
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
Characteristics (continued)
Lexium 05 motion control
1
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of 1001M/1001P servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 05 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Switching frequency
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
kHz
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 1001M
LXM 05
pD14N4
400/480 3-phase
4
3.4
8.5
3.1
2000
5.9
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
6000
1.84
112
kgcm2
8
1.40
BSH 1001P
LXM 05
pD17M3X
230 3-phase
LXM 05
pD22N4
400/480 3-phase
3.3
9.45
2.8
4000
12
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Stator
Resistance (phase/phase)
(at 20°C)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Holding brake (depending on model)
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.89
60
2.013
18.4
61.5
3.34
See page 86
3.8
17.6
4.63
Speed/torque curves
BSH 1001M servo motor
With LXM 05pD14N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
BSH 1001P servo motor
With LXM 05pD17M3X servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 05pD22N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
10
Mmax
8
Torque in Nm
10
Mmax
Torque in Nm
10
Mmax
6
1.1
4
M0
2
2
2.1
0
1000
2000
3000
1.1
1.2
6
4
M0
2
2.1/2.2
2
2.2
4000
5000 6000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
page 54
8
6
1.2
4
M0
0
1
8
0
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V 3-phase
References:
pages 80 to 82
0
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000 6000
Speed in rpm
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 83 to 85
69
Characteristics
(continued)
Lexium 05 motion control
1
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 1001T servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 05 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Switching frequency
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
kHz
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 1001T
LXM 05
pD28F1
115 single phase
8
3.4
8.5
3
2500
23
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
6000
0.52
28
kgcm2
8
1.40
LXM 05
pD28M2
230 single phase
LXM 05
pD42M3X
230 3-phase
2.8
4000
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Stator
Resistance (phase/phase)
(at 20°C)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Holding brake (depending on model)
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
2.013
0.9
4
4.44
See page 86
Speed/torque curves
BSH 1001T servo motor
With LXM 05pD28F1 servo drive
115 V single phase
With LXM 05pD28M2 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 05pD42M3X servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
10
Torque in Nm
10
Torque in Nm
10
Mmax
8
Mmax
8
1
Mmax
8
6
6
2
2
0
1000
2000
4000
5000 6000
Speed in rpm
0
4
M0
2
2
3000
70
References:
pages 80 to 82
2
2
0
1000
2000
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
page 54
1
6
4
M0
4
M0
0
1
Dimensions:
pages 83 to 85
3000
4000
5000 6000
Speed in rpm
0
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000 6000
Speed in rpm
Characteristics (continued)
Lexium 05 motion control
1
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 1002M/1002P/1002T servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 05 servo drive
Line supply voltage
kHz
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 1002M
LXM 05
pD14N4
400/480
3-phase
4
5.5
16
5.1
2000
7.4
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
6000
2.28
146
kgcm2
8
2.31
V
Switching frequency
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
BSH 1002P
LXM 05
pD28M2
230 single
phase
8
5.8
18.23
5.2
LXM 05
pD17M3X
230
3-phase
LXM 05
pD22N4
400/480
3-phase
12.35
15.43
4.6
4000
BSH 1002T
LXM 05
pD42M3X
230
3-phase
5.52
16
4.4
17.8
31.2
1.21
77
0.65
33
2.4
12.7
5.91
0.6
2.9
6.00
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Stator
Resistance (phase/phase)
(at 20°C)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Holding brake (depending on model)
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
2.923
8.6
46.1
5.98
See page 86
Speed/torque curves
BSH 1002M servo motor
With LXM 05pD14N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
BSH 1002T servo motor
With LXM 05pD17M3X servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
20
Torque in Nm
20
Mmax
15
Mmax
15
1.1
1.2
10
10
M0
5
0
1
2.1 2.2
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
Speed in rpm
2
M0
0
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000 6000
Speed in rpm
BSH 1002P servo motor
With LXM 05pD28M2 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 05pD17M3X servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 05pD22N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
20
Mmax
1
16
Torque in Nm
15
Mmax 1
12
Torque in Nm
16
Mmax
1.2
9
12
8
M0
4
0
1.1
12
8
2
M0
2
M0
2.2
4
3
2.1
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
page 54
0
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V 3-phase
References:
pages 80 to 82
0
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000 6000
Speed in rpm
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 83 to 85
71
Characteristics
(continued)
1
Lexium 05 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 1003M/1003P servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 05 servo drive
Line supply voltage
kHz
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 1003M
LXM 05
pD22N4
400/480
3-phase
4
7.8
27.28
6.6
2000
15.6
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
6000
2.24
144
kgcm2
8
3.22
V
Switching frequency
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
BSH 1003P
LXM 05
pD28M2
230
single phase
8
22.79
7
LXM 05
pD42M3X
230
3-phase
LXM 05
pD34N4
400/480
3-phase
28.31
26.97
5.7
4000
28.3
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Stator
Resistance (phase/phase)
(at 20°C)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Holding brake (depending on model)
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
3.833
5.3
33.7
6.36
See page 86
1.12
77
1.43
8.8
6.15
Speed/torque curves
BSH 1003M servo motor
With LXM 05pD22N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
30
Mmax
25
1.1
20
1.2
15
10
M0
5
0
2.1
0
1000
2000
2.2
4000
3000
Speed in rpm
BSH 1003P servo motor
With LXM 05pD28M2 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 05pD42M3X servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 05pD34N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
25
Mmax
30
Mmax
25
30
Mmax
25
20
1
1
20
20
15
15
1.1
15
10
M0
5
0
10
M0
5
2
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
page 54
72
0
10
M0
5
2
0
1000
2000
4000
3000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V 3-phase
References:
pages 80 to 82
Dimensions:
pages 83 to 85
0
1.2
2.1
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
2.2
5000 6000
Speed in rpm
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V 3-phase
Characteristics (continued)
1
Lexium 05 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 1004P servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 05 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Switching frequency
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
kHz
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 1004P
LXM 05pD42M3X
230 3-phase
8
10
30.41
9.5
1500
23.5
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
6000
1.62
103
kgcm2
8
4.22
LXM 05pD34N4
400/480 3-phase
LXM 05pD57N4
400/480 3-phase
22.53
7.9
3000
30.41
7.9
3000
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Stator
Resistance (phase/phase)
(at 20°C)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Holding brake (depending on model)
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
5.245
1.81
11.8
6.52
See page 86
Speed/torque curves
BSH 1004P servo motor
With LXM 05pD42M3X servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 05pD34N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
With LXM 05pD57N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
40
1
Mmax
20
30
40
25
Mmax
20
Mmax
1.1
1.2
20
10
M0
2
M0
1.1
1.2
15
2.1
2.2
2.1
M0
2.2
5
0
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
page 54
0
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000 6000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V 3-phase
References:
pages 80 to 82
0
0
1000
2000
3000
5000 6000
4000
Speed in rpm
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 83 to 85
73
Characteristics
(continued)
Lexium 05 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 1401P/1401T servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 05 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Switching frequency
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
kHz
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 1401P
LXM 05pD34N4
400/480 3-phase
4
11.1
26.2
9.55
2500
20.8
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
4000
1.43
100
kgcm2
10
7.41
BSH 1401T
LXM 05pD42M3X
230 3-phase
24.77
9.47
37.1
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Stator
Resistance (phase/phase)
(at 20°C)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Holding brake (depending on model)
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.8
56
8.56
1.41
15.6
11.06
See page 86
0.44
4.92
11.18
Speed/torque curves
BSH 1401P servo motor
With LXM 05pD34N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
BSH 1401T servo motor
With LXM 05pD42M3X servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
30
Mmax
Torque in Nm
30
1.2
20
20
15
M0
10
15
M0
10
2.2
5
0
2.1
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
page 54
74
1
Mmax
1.1
2
5
0
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V 3-phase
References:
pages 80 to 82
Dimensions:
pages 83 to 85
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V 3-phase
1
Characteristics (continued)
Lexium 05 motion control
1
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 1402M/1402P/1402T servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 05 servo drive
Line supply voltage
kHz
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 1402M
LXM 05
pD34N4
400/480
3-phase
4
19.5
57.1
17.1
1250
22.4
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
4000
2.91
199
kgcm2
10
12.68
V
Switching frequency
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
BSH 1402P
LXM 05
pD42M3X
230
3-phase
46.72
13.7
1500
44.1
BSH 1402T
LXM 05
pD42M3X
230
3-phase
LXM 05
pD57N4
400/480
3-phase
57.42
12.3
3000
25.04
14.44
2000
75.2
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Stator
Resistance (phase/phase)
(at 20°C)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Holding brake (depending on model)
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
13.83
2.32
28.59
12.32
See page 86
1.47
101
0.87
59
0.6
7.4
12.33
0.21
2.54
12.2
Speed/torque curves
BSH 1402M servo motor
With LXM 05pD34N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
BSH 1402P servo motor
With LXM 05pD42M3X servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
60
Mmax
50
Torque in Nm
50
Mmax
1.1
Torque in Nm
60
Mmax
50
1
40
40
With LXM 05pD57N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
30
2
M0
M0
M0
10
10
2.1
0
1000
2000
1.2
30
30
0
1.1
40
1.2
3000
4000
Speed in rpm
0
2.1/2.2
10
2.2
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
Speed in rpm
0
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
Speed in rpm
BSH 1402T servo motor
With LXM 05pD42M3X servo drive 230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
30
1
Mmax
20
2
M0
10
5
0
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
page 54
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V 3-phase
References:
pages 80 to 82
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 83 to 85
75
Characteristics
(continued)
1
Lexium 05 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 1403M/1403P servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 05 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Switching frequency
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
kHz
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 1403M
LXM 05pD34N4
400/480 3-phase
4
27.8
76.66
21.5
1250
27.5
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
4000
3.09
205
kgcm2
10
17.94
BSH 1403P
LXM 05pD57N4
LXM 05pD57N4
88.17
21.2
1500
57.24
12.9
3000
75.2
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Stator
Resistance (phase/phase)
(at 20°C)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Holding brake (depending on model)
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
1.58
105
23.44
1.52
19.39
12.76
See page 86
0.4
5.1
12.75
Speed/torque curves
BSH 1403M servo motor
With LXM 05pD34N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
80
Mmax
60
Torque in Nm
100
Mmax
80
1.1
50
Torque in Nm
80
70
1.1
1.2
Mmax
50
1.2
60
1.1
1.2
40
40
30
M0
20
40
M0
20
10
0
BSH 1403P servo motor
With LXM 05pD57N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
With LXM 05pD57N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
2.1
0
1000
2000
76
2.2
2.1
2.2
3000
4000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V 3-phase
Presentation:
page 54
M0
20
References:
pages 80 to 82
0
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
Speed in rpm
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 83 to 85
2.2
2.1
10
0
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
Speed in rpm
Characteristics (continued)
1
Lexium 05 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 1404M/1404P servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 05 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Switching frequency
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
BSH 1404P
V
kHz
Nm
Nm
BSH 1404M
LXM 05pD57N4
400/480 3-phase
4
33.4
126.45
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Nm
rpm
26.3
1500
16.1
3000
Maximum current
A rms
47.8
95.6
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
4000
3.12
208
1.57
104
Jm
kgcm2
10
23.70
Jm
kgcm2
29.20
Ω
mH
ms
1.12
15.6
13.93
M0
Mmax
60.04
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Stator
(at 20°C)
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
brake
With brake
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Holding brake (depending on model)
0.28
3.9
See page 86
Speed/torque curves
BSH 1404M servo motor
With LXM 05pD57N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
BSH 1404P servo motor
With LXM 05pD57N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
150
Torque in Nm
70
Mmax
120
Mmax
1.1
1.2
90
1.2
40
M0
30
60
2.2
20
M0
30
2.1
0
1.1
50
0
1000
2000
10
2.2
3000
4000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V 3-phase
Presentation:
page 54
References:
pages 80 to 82
0
2.1
0
1000
2000
4000
3000
Speed in rpm
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 83 to 85
77
Characteristics
(continued)
1
Lexium 05 motion control
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 2051M servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 05 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Switching frequency
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
V
kHz
Nm
Nm
BSH 2051M
LXM 05pD57N4
400/480 3-phase
4
36
68.3
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Nm
rpm
33.5
1500
Maximum current
A rms
31.8
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
3800
3.16
208
Jm
kgcm2
10
62
Jm
kgcm2
78
Ω
mH
ms
1.6
15.2
9.50
M0
Mmax
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Stator
(at 20°C)
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
brake
With brake
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Holding brake (depending on model)
See page 86
Speed/torque curves
BSH 2051M servo motor
With LXM 05pD57N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
80
Mmax
60
50
1.1
1.2
40
M0
30
20
2.1
10
0
0
1000
2.2
2000
4000
3000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V 3-phase
Presentation:
page 54
78
References:
pages 80 to 82
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 83 to 85
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BSH servo motors
Radial and axial forces permissible on the motor shaft
Fr
Even when the servo motors are used under optimum conditions, their lifetime is
limited by that of the bearings.
X
Conditions
Nominal lifetime of bearings (1)
L10h = 20,000 hours
Ambient temperature (temperature of bearings ~ 100°C) 40°C
Force application point
Fr applied at the middle of the shaft end
X = B/2 (dimension B see pages 83 to
85)
B
(1) Hours of use with 10% probability of failure
d
Fa
The following conditions must be observed:
b Radial and axial forces must not be applied simultaneously.
b Shaft end with IP 40 or IP 65 protection.
b The bearings cannot be changed by the user as the built-in position sensor has to be
realigned if the unit is dismantled.
Mechanical speed
Servo motor
BSH 0551
BSH 0552
BSH 0553
BSH 0701
BSH 0702
BSH 0703
BSH 1001
BSH 1002
BSH 1003
BSH 1004
BSH 1401
BSH 1402
BSH 1403
BSH 1404
BSH 2051
rpm
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Maximum radial force Fr
1000
2000
3000
340
270
240
370
290
260
390
310
270
660
520
460
710
560
490
730
580
510
900
720
630
990
790
690
1050
830
730
1070
850
740
2210
1760
1530
2430
1930
1680
2560
2030
1780
2660
2110
1840
3730
2960
2580
Maximum axial force: Fa = 0.2 x
4000
220
230
240
410
450
460
570
620
660
–
–
–
–
–
–
Fr
5000
200
220
230
380
410
430
530
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
6000
190
200
210
360
390
400
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
7000
180
190
200
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
8000
170
190
190
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Characteristics of servo motor-servo drive power connection cables
Outer cover, insulation
Capacity
Number of conductors (shielded)
Connectors
External diameter
Curvature radius
Operating voltage
Maximum length
Operating temperature
Certifications
pF/m
mm
mm
V
m
°C
VW3 M5 101Rppp
VW3 M5 102Rppp
VW3 M5 103Rppp
PUR (RAL 2003 orange), TPM or PP/PE
< 70 (conductors/shielding)
[(4 x 1.5 mm2) + (2 x 1.0 mm2)] [(4 x 2.5 mm2) + (2 x 1.0 mm2)] [(4 x 4 mm2 ) + (2 x 1.0 mm2 )]
1 industrial connector (motor side) and 1 end with flying leads (drive side)
12 ± 0.2
14.3 ± 0.3
16.3 ± 0.3
90, suitable for daisy-chain,
110, suitable for daisy-chain, 125, suitable for daisy-chain,
cable carrier chain
cable carrier chain
cable carrier chain
600
75 (1)
- 40…+ 90 (fixed), - 20…+ 80 (mobile)
UL, CSA, VDE, e, DESINA
Characteristics of servo motor-servo drive encoder connection cables
Encoder type
Outer cover, insulation
Number of conductors (shielded)
External diameter
Connectors
Min. curvature radius
Operating voltage
Maximum length
Operating temperature
Certifications
Presentation:
page 54
References:
page 82
mm
mm
V
m
°C
VW3 M8 101Rppp
SinCos encoder
PUR (RAL 6018 green), polyester
5 x (2 x 0.25 mm2) + (2 x 0.5 mm2)
8.8 ± 0.2
1 industrial connector (motor side) and 1 x 12-way Molex connector (drive side)
68, suitable for daisy-chain, cable carrier chain
350 (0.25 mm2), 500 (0.5 mm2 )
75 (1)
- 50…+ 90 (fixed) - 40…+ 80 (mobile)
UL, CSA, VDE, e, DESINA
(1) For cables longer than 75 m, please consult your Regional Sales Office.
Dimensions:
pages 83 to 85
79
References
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BSH servo motors
BSH servo motors
The BSH servo motors shown below are supplied without a gearbox.
For GBX gearboxes, see page 90.
105222
Continuous Peak stall
stall torque torque
Reference
(2)
D10F1
D10M2
D10M3X
Maximum
nominal
speed
(1)
rpm
3000
6000
6000
Weight
(3)
BSH 0551T ppppA
kg
0.800
D10F1
D10M2
D10M3X
D10M2
D10M3X
D17F1
D10M2
D10M3X
D14N4
3000
6000
6000
1500
1500
3000
4000
4000
6000
BSH 0552T ppppA
1.100
BSH 0552M ppppA
1.100
BSH 0552T ppppA
BSH 0552P ppppA
1.100
1.100
D10M2
D10M3X
D17F1
D17M2
D17M3X
D14N4
D10M2
D10M3X
4000
4000
3000
6000
6000
6000
1500
1500
BSH 0553P ppppA
1.400
BSH 0553T ppppA
1.400
BSH 0553T ppppA
BSH 0553M ppppA
1.400
1.400
D10M3X
D10F1
D17M3X
D17M2
D10M3X
D10M2
D10M3X
6000
2500
5000
5000
1500
3000
4500
BSH 0701T ppppA
2.100
BSH 0701M ppppA
BSH 0701P ppppA
2.100
2.100
Nm
1.4
rpm
9000
0.9
1.77
9000
2.3
9000
2.7
9000
3.18
9000
3.31
9000
3.87
4.2
9000
9000
2.41
2.42
3.19
8000
8000
8000
3.2
8000
2.1
6.8
8000
D10M2
D10M3X
1500
1500
BSH 0702M ppppA
2.800
2.12
4.14
8000
2.800
8000
2500
6000
4500
4500
BSH 0702T ppppA
6.8
D17F1
D17M2
D28M2
D42M3X
5.37
8000
2.800
8000
3000
3000
6000
3000
3000
BSH 0702P ppppA
7.55
D10M2
D10M3X
D14N4
D17M2
D17M3X
7.38
8000
3.600
8000
BSH 0703M ppppA
3.600
10.25
10.3
8000
2500
6000
1500
1500
6000
3000
BSH 0703T ppppA
10
D28F1
D28M2
D10M2
D10M3X
D42M3X
D14N4
BSH 0703T ppppA
BSH 0703M ppppA
3.600
3.600
7.28
8000
3.600
8000
8000
3000
3000
6000
3000
BSH 0703P ppppA
8.92
10.3
D17M2
D17M3X
D22N4
D28M2
1.3
1.4
105223
Associated
servo drive
LXM 05p
Nm
0.5
BSH 070 pp ppp1A
BSH 070 pp ppp2A
Maximum
mechanical
speed
2.2
2.8
3.1
(1) Derating possible according to the supply voltage, see characteristics on pages 56 to 78.
(2) To complete each reference, see the table opposite.
(3) Servo motor weight without brake. To obtain the weight of the servo motor with holding brake, see page 86.
Presentation:
pages 54 and 55
80
Characteristics:
pages 56 to 78
Dimensions:
pages 83 to 85
References (continued)
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BSH servo motors (continued)
105224
Continuous Peak stall
stall torque torque
105230
BSH 100pp ppp1A
BSH 140 pp ppp1A
Maximum
mechanical
speed
Associated
servo drive
LXM 05p
Reference
(2)
D17M3X
D22N4
Maximum
nominal
speed
(1)
rpm
2000
4000
Weight
(3)
BSH 1001P ppppA
kg
4.300
Nm
3.3
Nm
9.45
rpm
6000
3.4
8.5
6000
D14N4
D28F1
D28M2
D42M3X
2000
2500
4000
4000
BSH 1001M ppppA
BSH 1001T ppppA
4.300
4.300
5.5
16
6000
D14N4
2000
BSH 1002M ppppA
5.800
5.52
16
6000
D42M3X
4000
BSH 1002T ppppA
5.800
5.8
12.35
15.43
18.23
6000
6000
6000
D17M3X
D22N4
D28M2
2000
4000
2000
BSH 1002P ppppA
5.800
7.8
27.8
6000
D22N4
2000
BSH 1003M ppppA
7.500
8
22.79
26.97
28.31
6000
6000
6000
D28M2
D34N4
D42M3X
2000
4000
2000
BSH 1003P ppppA
7.500
10
22.53
30.41
6000
6000
D34N4
D42M3X
D57N4
3000
1500
3000
BSH 1004P ppppA
9.200
11.1
24.77
26.2
4000
4000
D42M3X
D34N4
2500
2500
BSH 1401T ppppA
BSH 1401P ppppA
11.900
11.900
14.73
25.04
4000
D42M3X
2000
BSH 1402T ppppA
16.600
19.5
46.72
57.1
57.42
4000
4000
4000
D42M3X
D34N4
D57N4
1500
1250
3000
BSH 1402P ppppA
BSH 1402M ppppA
BSH 1402P ppppA
16.600
16.600
16.600
27.8
57.24
76.66
88.17
4000
4000
4000
D57N4
D34N4
D57N4
3000
1250
1500
BSH 1403P ppppA
BSH 1403M ppppA
21.300
21.300
33.4
60.04
126.45
4000
4000
D57N4
D57N4
3000
1500
BSH 1404P ppppA
BSH 1404M ppppA
26.000
26.000
36
68.3
3800
D57N4
1500
BSH 2051M ppppA
33.000
(1) Derating possible according to the supply voltage, see characteristics on pages 56 to 78.
(2) To complete each reference, see the table below.
(3) Servo motor weight without brake. To obtain the weight of the servo motor with holding brake, see page 86.
To order a BSH motor, complete each reference as appropriate:
IP 40
Smooth
Keyed
p
0
1
IP 65
Smooth
Keyed
2
3
BSH 0701P
Shaft end
Integrated
sensor
Single turn, SinCos Hiperface® 4096 points/turn
Multiturn, SinCos Hiperface® (no. of turns: 4096)
p
p
A
1
2
Holding brake Without
With
A
F
Connection
Straight connectors
Rotatable right-angled connectors
Flange
International standard
Presentation:
pages 54 and 55
p
Characteristics:
pages 56 to 78
1
2
A
Dimensions:
pages 83 to 85
81
References
(continued)
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BSH servo motor
Connection cables
Cables equipped with one connector (servo motor side)
Description From servo
motor
Power
cables
VW3 M5 101/102/103 Rppp
To LXM 05p
servo drive
Composition
BSH 055pp
BSH 070pp
BSH 100pp
BSH 1401P
BSH 1402M
BSH 1402P
BSH 1403M
BSH 1404M
All types
[(4 x 1.5 mm2 ) +
(2 x 1 mm2)]
BSH 1401T
BSH 1402T
BSH 1403P
BSH 1404P
D42M3X
D57N4
[(4 x 2.5 mm2 ) +
(2 x 1 mm2)]
BSH 2051M
D57N4
[(4 x 4 mm2) +
(2 x 1 mm2)]
Length
Reference
Weight
m
3
5
10
15
20
25
50
75
VW3
VW3
VW3
VW3
VW3
VW3
VW3
VW3
M5 101 R30
M5 101 R50
M5 101 R100
M5 101 R150
M5 101 R200
M5 101 R250
M5 101 R500
M5 101 R750
kg
0.810
1.210
2.290
3.400
4.510
6.200
12.325
18.450
3
5
10
15
20
25
VW3
VW3
VW3
VW3
VW3
VW3
M5 102 R30
M5 102 R50
M5 102 R100
M5 102 R150
M5 102 R200
M5 102 R250
1.070
1.670
3.210
4.760
6.300
7.945
50
VW3 M5 102 R500
16.170
75
VW3 M5 102 R750
24.095
3
5
10
15
20
25
VW3
VW3
VW3
VW3
VW3
VW3
M5 103 R30
M5 103 R50
M5 103 R100
M5 103 R150
M5 103 R200
M5 103 R250
1.330
2.130
4.130
6.120
8.090
11.625
50
VW3 M5 103 R500
23.175
75
VW3 M5 103 R750
34.725
Length
Reference
Cables equipped with two connectors
Description From servo
motor
VW3 M8 101 Rppp
Presentation:
pages 54 and 55
82
SinCos
Hiperface ®
encoder
cables
Characteristics:
pages 79
BSH, all types
To LXM 05p
servo drive
All types
Composition
m
5 x (2 x 0.25 mm2 ) 3
+ (2 x 0.5 mm2 )
5
10
15
20
25
Weight
M8 101 R30
M8 101 R50
M8 101 R100
M8 101 R150
M8 101 R200
M8 101 R250
kg
0.800
1.200
2.250
3.450
4.350
4.950
50
VW3 M8 101 R500
13.300
75
VW3 M8 101 R750
17.650
VW3
VW3
VW3
VW3
VW3
VW3
Dimensions
1
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1
BSH servo motors
BSH 055 (Example with straight connectors: servo motor/brake power supply 1 and encoder 2)
Shaft end, keyed slot (optional)
20
94,5
2
b1
39,5
9
2
4
20
12
55
c
BSH 0551
BSH 0552
BSH 0553
+0,1
0
1,8
3 N9
1
Straight
connectors
b1
25.5
25.5
25.5
Rotatable angled
connectors
b1
39.5
39.5
39.5
c (without brake)
132.5
154.5
176.5
c (with brake)
159
181
203
BSH 070 (Example with straight connectors: servo motor/brake power supply 1 and encoder 2)
Shaft end, keyed slot (optional)
1
2
b1
39,5
8,5
h
c3
c1
BSH 0701
BSH 0702
BSH 0703
Presentation:
pages 54 and 55
c
Straight
connectors
b1
25.5
25.5
25.5
h1
c1
111,5
2,5
c2
70
Rotatable angled
connectors
b1
39.5
39.5
39.5
Characteristics:
pages 56 to 79
c (without brake)
154
187
220
c (with brake)
180
213
256
c1
23
23
30
c2
18
18
20
c3
2.5
2.5
5
h
4 N9
4 N9
5 N9
h1
+0.1
2.5 0
+0.1
2.5 0
+0.1
3 0
Ø
11 k6
11 k6
14 k6
Ø1
M4
M4
M5
References:
pages 80 to 82
83
Dimensions (continued)
Lexium 05 motion control
1
1
BSH servo motors
BSH 100 (Example with straight connectors: servo motor/brake power supply 1 and encoder 2)
Shaft end, keyed slot (optional)
1
2
b1
39,5
14
3,5
h1
h
138,5
c1
5
100
c
c1
Straight
connectors
b1
25.5
25.5
25.5
25.5
BSH 1001
BSH 1002
BSH 1003
BSH 1004
c2
Rotatable angled
connectors
b1
39.5
39.5
39.5
39.5
c (without brake)
169
205
241
277
c (with brake)
200
236
272
308
c1
40
40
40
50
c2
30
30
30
40
h
6 N9
6 N9
6 N9
8 N9
h1
+0.1
3.5 0
+0.1
3.5 0
+0.1
3.5 0
+0.1
4 0
Ø
19 k6
19 k6
19 k6
24 k6
Ø1
M6
M6
M6
M8
BSH 140 (Example with straight connectors: servo motor/brake power supply 1 and encoder 2)
Shaft end, keyed slot (optional)
1
2
178
50
5
50
c
140
BSH 1401
BSH 1402
BSH 1403
BSH 1404
Presentation:
pages 54 and 55
84
Straight
connectors
b1
25.5
25.5
25.5
25.5
Rotatable angled
connectors
b1
39.5
39.5
39.5
39.5
Characteristics:
pages 56 to 79
c (without brake)
218
273
328
383
References:
pages 80 to 82
c (with brake)
256
311
366
421
40
+0,1
0
4
8 N9
b1
39,5
12
3,5
Dimensions (continued)
1
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1
BSH servo motors
BSH 2051 (Example with rotatable angled connectors: servo motor/brake power supply 1 and encoder 2)
Shaft end, keyed slot (optional)
1
2
b2
b1
17
3,5
b
5
c
80
BSH 2051
Presentation:
pages 54 and 55
Straight
connectors
b
b1
259
54
+0,1
0
4
8 N9
80
40
205
b2
25.5
Characteristics:
pages 56 to 79
Rotatable angled
connectors
b
b1
b2
267
70
39.5
c (without brake) c (with brake)
321
370.5
References:
pages 80 to 82
85
Presentation,
characteristics,
references
Lexium 05 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
Option: holding brake integrated in servo motor
1
Holding brake
Presentation
L1
L2
L3
The holding brake integrated in the BSH servo motor is an electromagnetic pressure
spring brake that blocks the servo motor axis once the motor current has been
switched off. In the event of an emergency, such as a power outage or an emergency
stop, the drive is immobilized, thus significantly increasing safety. Blocking the servo
motor axis is also necessary in cases of torque overload, such as in the case of
vertical axis movement.
c 24 V
Lexium 05
HBC
The holding brake is activated using an external device, the holding brake controller
(HBC) VW3 M3 103 (see page 29).
Holding brake
controller
This device also ensures electrical isolation.
Holding brake
Characteristics
Type of servo motor
BSH
Holding torque MBr
Rotor moment of inertia (brake only) JBr
Electrical clamping power PBr
Supply voltage
Opening time
Closing time
Weight (brake only)
Nm
kgcm2
W
V
ms
ms
kg
0551
0701
0552
0702
0553
0.8
2.0
0.0213
0.072
10
11
24 + 6/- 10%
12
25
6
8
0.080
0.450
0703
1004
1401
1402
1403
1404
2051
3.0
0.23
12
1001
1002
1003
9.0
0.613
18
12.0
1.025
23
1.15
24
36
5.5
26
80
16
40
35
15
0.320
40
18
0.450
45
20
0.690
50
25
1.100
100
30
1.790
200
50
3.600
References
For selection of BSH servo motor with F or without A holding brake, see references
on page 81.
BSH servo motor
Dimensions:
pages 33, 83 to 85
85
86
Schemes:
page 41
Presentation,
characteristics,
references
Lexium 05 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
Option: encoder integrated in the servo motor
1
Encoder integrated in the BSH servo motor
Presentation
L1
L2
The standard measurement device is the SinCos Hiperface® single turn or multiturn
encoder integrated in BSH servo motors. This measurement device is perfectly
suited to the Lexium 05 range of servo drives.
L3
Use of this interface enables:
b Automatic identification of the BSH servo motor data by the servo drive
b Automatic initialization of the servo drive's control loops, thus simplifying
installation of the motion control device
Lexium 05
SinCos Hiperface®
encoder
Characteristics
Type of encoder
Single turn SinCos
Multiturn SinCos
Sinus periods per turn
128
128
Number of points
Encoder precision
4096
± 1.3 arc minutes
4096 x 4096 turns
Measurement method
Interface
Operating temperature
Optical, high resolution
Hiperface®
- 5…+ 110
°C
References
For selection of the SinCos Hiperface ® single turn 1 or multiturn 2 encoder integrated
in BSH servo motor, see references on page 81.
BSH servo motor
Dimensions:
pages 83 to 85
87
Presentation
1
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BSH servo motors
Option: GBX planetary gearboxes
Presentation
In many cases, motion control requires the use of a planetary gearbox to adapt the
speeds and torques, while continuing to provide the precision required by the
application.
Schneider Electric has chosen to use GBX gearboxes (made by Neugart) with the
BSH range of servo motors. These gearboxes are lubricated for life, and are
designed for applications that do not require very low backlash. The fact that their
use in combination with BSH servo motors has been fully verified and that they are
easily assembled, ensures simple, risk-free operation.
GBX planetary gearbox
The planetary gearboxes are available in 5 sizes (GBX 40...GBX 160) and with
12 reduction ratios (3:1...40:1) (see the table below).
The continuous and peak stall torques available at the gearbox output are obtained
by multiplying the characteristic values of the servo motor by the reduction ratio and
efficiency of the gearbox (0.96 or 0.94 depending on the reduction ratio).
The following table gives the most appropriate servo motor/gearbox combinations.
For other combinations, please see the servo motor data sheets.
BSH servo motor/GBX gearbox combinations
Type of servo motor Reduction ratio
3:1
4:1
BSH 0551
GBX 40
GBX 40
BSH 0552
GBX 60
GBX 60
BSH 0553
GBX 60
GBX 60
BSH 0701
GBX 60
GBX 60
BSH 0702
GBX 80
GBX 80
BSH 0703
GBX 80
GBX 80
BSH 1001
GBX 80
GBX 80
BSH 1002
GBX 80
GBX 80
BSH 1003
GBX 80
GBX 120
BSH 1004
GBX 120 GBX 120
BSH 1401
GBX 120 GBX 120
BSH 1402
GBX 160 GBX 160
BSH 1403
GBX 160 GBX 160
BSH 1404
GBX 160 GBX 160
GBX 160 * GBX 160 *
BSH 2051
GBX 60 *
Characteristics:
page 89
88
5:1
GBX 40
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160 *
8:1
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 60 *
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160 *
9:1
GBX 40
GBX 40
GBX 40
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 160 *
GBX 160 *
GBX 160 *
–
12:1
GBX 40
GBX 40
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
–
15:1
GBX 40
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
–
16:1
GBX 40
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
–
20:1
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
–
25:1
GBX 60
GBX 60 *
GBX 60 *
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160 *
GBX 160 *
GBX 160 *
GBX 160 *
GBX 160 *
–
32:1
GBX 60
GBX 60 *
GBX 60 *
GBX 80
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160 *
GBX 160 *
GBX 160 *
GBX 160 *
GBX 160 *
–
40:1
GBX 60 *
GBX 60 *
GBX 60 *
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160 *
GBX 160 *
GBX 160 *
GBX 160 *
GBX 160 *
–
For combinations in italics and with an asterisk, you must check that the application will not result in the continuous output torque of the gearbox
being exceeded (see values on page 89).
References:
page 90
Dimensions:
page 91
Characteristics
1
Lexium 05 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
Option: GBX planetary gearboxes
Characteristics of GBX gearboxes
Type of gearbox
Type of gearbox
Backlash in reverse direction
3:1...8:1
9:1...40:1
3:1...8:1
9:1...40:1
Torsional rigidity
Sound level
Casing
Shaft material
Shaft output dust and damp protection
Lubrication
Average service life (1)
Mounting position
Operating temperature
min arc
Nm/min
arc
dB (A)
h
°C
GBX 40
GBX 60
GBX 80
GBX 120
Planetary gearbox with single reduction stage and straight teeth
< 30
< 20
< 12
<8
< 35
< 25
< 17
< 12
1.0
2.3
6
12
1.1
2.5
6.5
13
55
58
60
65
Black anodised aluminium
C 45
IP 54
Lubricated for life
30,000
Any position
- 25...+ 90
GBX 160
<6
< 10
38
41
70
Characteristics of BSH servo motor/GBX gearbox combinations
Type of gearbox
Efficiency
Maximum permitted radial force
(1) (2)
Maximum permitted axial force
(1)
Gearbox moment of inertia
Continuous output torque M2N
(1)
3:1...8:1
9:1...40:1
L10h = 10,000 hours
L10h = 30,000 hours
L10h = 10,000 hours
L10h = 30,000 hours
3:1
4:1
5:1
8:1
9:1
12:1
15:1
16:1
20:1
25:1
32:1
40:1
3:1
4:1
5:1
8:1
9:1
12:1
15:1
16:1
20:1
25:1
32:1
40:1
GBX 60
GBX 80
GBX 120
GBX 160
kgcm2
kgcm2
kgcm2
kgcm2
kgcm2
kgcm2
kgcm2
kgcm2
kgcm2
kgcm2
kgcm2
kgcm2
GBX 40
0.96
0.94
200
160
200
160
0.031
0.022
0.019
0.017
0.030
0.029
0.023
0.022
0.019
0.019
0.017
0.016
500
340
600
450
0.135
0.093
0.078
0.065
0.131
0.127
0.077
0.088
0.075
0.075
0.064
0.064
950
650
1200
900
0.77
0.52
0.45
0.39
0.74
0.72
0.71
0.50
0.44
0.44
0.39
0.39
2000
1500
2800
2100
2.63
1.79
1.53
1.32
2.62
2.56
2.53
1.75
1.50
1.49
1.30
1.30
6000
4200
8000
6000
12.14
7.78
6.07
4.63
–
12.37
12.35
7.47
6.64
5.81
6.36
5.28
Nm
Nm
Nm
Nm
Nm
Nm
Nm
Nm
Nm
Nm
Nm
Nm
4.5
6
6
5
16.5
20
18
20
20
18
20
18
12
16
16
15
44
44
44
44
44
40
44
40
40
50
50
50
130
120
110
120
120
110
120
110
80
100
110
120
210
260
230
260
260
230
260
230
400
450
450
450
–
800
700
800
800
700
800
700
N
N
(1) Values given at an output shaft speed of 100 rpm, cyclic ratio = 1 (S1 mode) for electrical machines with an ambient temperature of 30°C.
(2) Force applied midway along the output shaft.
Presentation:
page 88
References:
page 90
Dimensions:
page 91
89
Lexium 05 motion control
References,
mounting
1
1
BSH servo motors
Option: GBX planetary gearboxes
References
Size
Reduction ratio
GBX 40
3:1, 4:1, 5:1 and 8:1
9:1, 12:1, 15:1, 16:1, 20:1, 25:1, 32:1 and
40:1
3:1, 4:1, 5:1 and 8:1
9:1, 12:1, 15:1, 16:1, 20:1, 25:1, 32:1 and
40:1
3:1, 4:1, 5:1 and 8:1
9:1, 12:1, 15:1, 16:1, 20:1, 25:1, 32:1 and
40:1
3:1, 4:1, 5:1 and 8:1
9:1, 12:1, 15:1, 16:1, 20:1, 25:1, 32:1 and
40:1
3:1, 4:1, 5:1 and 8:1
9:1, 12:1, 15:1, 16:1, 20:1, 25:1, 32:1 and
40:1
GBX 60
GBX 80
GBX ppp
GBX 120
GBX 160
Reference
(1)
GBX 040 ppp ppp pF
GBX 040 ppp ppp pF
Weight
kg
0.350
0.450
GBX 060 ppp ppp pF
GBX 060 ppp ppp pF
0.900
1.100
GBX 080 ppp ppp pF
GBX 080 ppp ppp pF
2.100
2.600
GBX 120 ppp ppp pF
GBX 120 ppp ppp pF
6.000
8.000
GBX 160 ppp ppp pF
GBX 160 ppp ppp pF
18.000
22.000
To order a GBX planetary gearbox, add the following to each of the above references:
GBX
Size
Diameter of the casing
(see table of combinations
with BSH servo motor,
page 88)
Reduction ratio
Associated BSH servo motor
Type
Model
BSH servo motor adaptation
40 mm
60 mm
80 mm
120 mm
160 mm
3:1
4:1
5:1
8:1
9:1
12:1
15:1
16:1
20:1
25:1
32:1
40:1
BSH 055
BSH 070
BSH 100
BSH 140
BSH 205
BSH
ppp1
BSH
ppp2
BSH
ppp3
BSH
ppp4
ppp
040
060
080
120
160
ppp
ppp
p
F
003
004
005
008
009
012
015
016
020
025
032
040
055
070
100
140
205
1
2
3
4
F
Mounting
1
90
No special tool is required for mounting the GBX planetary gearbox on the BSH servo
motor. The usual rules for mechanical mounting must be followed:
1 Clean the bearing surfaces and seals.
2 Align the shafts that are to be coupled, and assemble in vertical position.
3 Uniform adhesive force of the servo motor flange on the gearbox flange, with
tightening of the Phillips screws.
4 Correct tightening torque of the TA ring using a torque wrench (2...40 Nm
depending on the gearbox model).
For more information, please consult the instruction sheets supplied with the
products.
2
4
3
Dimensions
1
Lexium 05 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
Option: GBX planetary gearboxes
Dimensions
Assembly on servo motor side
a
a1
g
a2
a3
a4
4xØ4
4xØ6
a5
Ø7
Ø1
Ø2
h
Ø3
Ø5
c
GBX
040 003...008
c
40
a
93.5
a1
28.5
a2
39
a3
26
a4
23
a5
2.5
h
11.2
g
3
Ø1
40
Ø2
26 h7
Ø3
10 h7
Ø4
M4 x 6
Ø5
34
Ø6
M4 x 10
Ø7
46
040 009...016
40
106.5 28.5
52
26
23
2.5
11.2
3
40
26 h7
10 h7
M4 x 6
34
M4 x 10
46
060 003...008
60
106.5 24.5
47
35
30
2.5
16
5
60
40 h7
14 h7
M5 x 8
52
M5 x 12
63
060 009...040
60
118.5 24.5
59
35
30
2.5
16
5
60
40 h7
14 h7
M5 x 8
52
M5 x 12
63
080 003...008
90
134
33.5
60.5
40
36
4
22.5
6
80
60 h7
20 h7
M6 x 10
70
M6 x 15
100
080 009...032
90
151
33.5
77.5
40
36
4
22.5
6
80
60 h7
20 h7
M6 x 10
70
M6 x 15
100
120 003...008
115
176.5 47.5
74
55
50
5
28
8
115
80 h7
25 h7
M10 x 16
100
M8 x 20
115
120 009...040
115
203.5 47.5
101
55
50
5
28
8
115
80 h7
25 h7
M10 x 16
100
M8 x 20
115
160 003...008
140
255.5 64.5
104
87
80
8
43
12
160
130 h7 40 h7
M12 x 20
145
M10 x 25
165
160 009...040
140
305
153.5
87
80
8
43
12
160
130 h7 40 h7
M12 x 20
145
M10 x 25
165
Presentation:
page 88
64.5
Characteristics:
page 89
References:
page 90
91
Sizing
1
Lexium 05 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
Sizing the servo motor
The "Lexium Sizer" sizing tool is available on the www.telemecanique.com
website to help you size your servo motor.
M1
3
These 2 pages are provided to help you understand the calculation method used.
To be able to size the servo motor you need to know the equivalent thermal torque
and the average speed required by the mechanism to be used with the servo motor.
Both values are calculated using the motor cycle timing diagram and should be
compared with the torque/speed curves given for each servo motor (see BSH servo
motor curves, on pages 56 to 78).
Motor speed n i
n3
n2
n1
t
0
n4
t1
t2 t3
t4
t5 t6 t7 t8 t9
Tcycle
t10
t11 t12
M3
M2
M1
0
Motor cycle timing diagram
The motor cycle is made up of several sub-cycles, the duration of which is known.
Each sub-cycle is divided into phases which correspond to the periods of time during
which the motor torque is constant (1 to 3 phases maximum per sub-cycle).
This division into phases can be used to calculate the following for each phase:
b Duration (tj)
b Speed (n i)
b Required torque value (Mi)
The curves on the left show the four types of phase:
b Constant acceleration during times t1, t3 and t9
b At work during times t2, t4, t6 and t10
b Constant deceleration during times t5, t7 and t11
b Motor stopped during times t8 and t12
The total duration of the cycle is:
Tcycle = t1 + t2 + t3 + t4 + t5 + t6 + t7 + t8 + t9 + t10 + t11 + t12
t
M4
Calculating the average speed navg
M5
Required torque Mi
∑ ni ⋅ tj
∑ tj
The average speed is calculated using the formula: navg = -------------------------
b ni corresponds to the different work speeds
ni
b ----- corresponds to the average speeds during the acceleration phases
2
constant and constant deceleration
In the above example:
Duration tj
Speed ni
t1
t2
n2
---------2
t3
t4
n3 + n 2
-----------------------------2
n2
n3
t5
t6
n3 + n 1
-----------------------------2
n1
t7
t8
n1
---------2
0
t9
t10
n4
---------2
t11
n4
n4
---------2
t12
0
The average speed is calculated as follows:
n3 + n2
n4
n2
n3 + n1
n1
n4
------- ⋅ t1 + n2 ⋅ t 2 + -------------------- ⋅ t 3 + n3 ⋅ t4 + -------------------- ⋅ t5 + n1 ⋅ t 6 + ------- ⋅ t7 + ------- ⋅ t9 + n4 ⋅ t 10 + ------- ⋅ t 11
2
2
2
2
2
2
n avg = ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Tcycle
Calculating the equivalent thermal torque Meq
The equivalent thermal torque is calculated using the formula:
Meq =
∑
2
Mi ⋅ t j
--------------------------Tcycle
In the above example, this formula gives the following calculation:
2
M eq =
Presentation:
page 54
92
Characteristics:
pages 56 to 79
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
M2 ⋅ t1 + M1 ⋅ t2 + M3 ⋅ t3 + M1 ⋅ t4 + M5 ⋅ t5 + M1 ⋅ t6 + M5 ⋅ t 7 + M5 ⋅ t9 + M4 ⋅ t10 + M2 ⋅ t11
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------T cycle
References:
pages 80 to 82
Dimensions:
pages 83 to 85
Sizing
1
Lexium 05 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
Sizing the servo motor (continued)
Torque in Nm
4
Mmax
3
2
2
M0
Meq
0
Determining the size of the servo motor
The point defined by the two preceding calculations (average speed and equivalent
thermal torque) where the:
b horizontal axis represents the average speed navg
b vertical axis represents the thermal torque Meq
must be within the area bounded by curve 2 and the work zone.
1
0
1000
2000
3000
nmoy
4000
5000 6000
Speed in rpm
Work zone
Presentation:
page 54
The motor cycle timing diagram should also be used to ensure that all torques Mi
required for the different speeds ni during the various cycle phases are within the
area bounded by curve 1 and the work zone.
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Characteristics:
pages 56 to 79
References:
pages 80 to 82
Dimensions:
pages 83 to 85
93
Product reference index
B
BSH 0551T
BSH 0552M
BSH 0552P
BSH 0552T
BSH 0553M
BSH 0553P
BSH 0553T
BSH 0701M
BSH 0701P
BSH 0701T
BSH 0702M
BSH 0702P
BSH 0702T
BSH 0703M
BSH 0703P
BSH 0703T
BSH 1001M
BSH 1001P
BSH 1001T
BSH 1002M
BSH 1002P
BSH 1002T
BSH 1003M
BSH 1003P
BSH 1004P
BSH 1401P
BSH 1401T
BSH 1402M
BSH 1402P
BSH 1402T
BSH 1403M
BSH 1403P
BSH 1404M
BSH 1404P
BSH 2051M
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
81
81
81
81
81
81
81
81
81
81
81
81
81
81
81
81
81
81
81
G
GBX 040
GBX 060
GBX 080
GBX 120
GBX 160
GV2 L10
GV2 L14
GV2 L16
GV2 L20
GV2 L22
90
90
90
90
90
46
46
46
46
46
94
L
LC1 D09pp
LC1 K0610pp
LU9 GC3
LXM 05pD10F1
LXM 05pD10M2
LXM 05pD10M3X
LXM 05pD14N4
LXM 05pD17F1
LXM 05pD17M2
LXM 05pD17M3X
LXM 05pD22N4
LXM 05pD28F1
LXM 05pD28M2
LXM 05pD34N4
LXM 05pD42M3X
LXM 05pD57N4
46
46
19
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
T
TSX CAN CA 50
TSX CAN CA 100
TSX CAN CA 300
TSX CAN CB 50
TSX CAN CB 100
TSX CAN CB 300
TSX CAN CD 50
TSX CAN CD 100
TSX CAN CD 300
TSX CAN KCDF 90T
TSX SCA 50
TSX SCA 62
TSX CSA 100
TSX CSA 200
TSX CSA 500
TWD XCA RJ 003
TWD XCA RJ 010
TWD XCA RJ 030
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
V
VW3 A11851
VW3 A31101
VW3 A31401
VW3 A31403
VW3 A31402
VW3 A31404
VW3 A31405
VW3 A31406
VW3 A31407
17
17
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
VW3 A31852
VW3 A4 551
VW3 A4 552
VW3 A4 553
VW3 A7 601 R07
VW3 A7 601 R20
VW3 A7 601 R30
VW3 A7 602 R07
VW3 A7 602 R20
VW3 A7 602 R30
VW3 A7 603 R07
VW3 A7 603 R20
VW3 A7 603 R30
VW3 A7 604 R07
VW3 A7 604 R20
VW3 A7 604 R30
VW3 A7 605 R07
VW3 A7 605 R20
VW3 A7 605 R30
VW3 A7 606 R07
VW3 A7 606 R20
VW3 A7 606 R30
VW3 A7 607 R07
VW3 A7 607 R20
VW3 A7 607 R30
VW3 A8 104
VW3 A8 105
VW3 A8 106
VW3 A8 114
VW3 A8 115
VW3 A8 306
VW3 A8 306 DR
VW3 A8 306 DRC
VW3 A8 306 D30
VW3 A8 306 R
VW3 A8 306 RC
VW3 A8 306 R03
VW3 A8 306 R10
VW3 A8 306 R30
VW3 A8 306 TF03
VW3 A8 306 TF10
VW3 CAN CARR03
VW3 CAN CARR1
VW3 CAN TAP2
VW3 M3 101
VW3 M3 102
VW3 M3 103
VW3 M5 101 R30
17
28
28
28
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
52
52
52
52
52
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
18
18
18
20
20
29
82
VW3 M5 101 R50
VW3 M5 101 R100
VW3 M5 101 R150
VW3 M5 101 R200
VW3 M5 101 R250
VW3 M5 101 R500
VW3 M5 101 R750
VW3 M5 102 R30
VW3 M5 102 R50
VW3 M5 102 R100
VW3 M5 102 R150
VW3 M5 102 R200
VW3 M5 102 R250
VW3 M5 102 R500
VW3 M5 102 R750
VW3 M5 103 R30
VW3 M5 103 R50
VW3 M5 103 R100
VW3 M5 103 R150
VW3 M5 103 R200
VW3 M5 103 R250
VW3 M5 103 R500
VW3 M5 103 R750
VW3 M8 101 R30
VW3 M8 101 R50
VW3 M8 101 R100
VW3 M8 101 R150
VW3 M8 101 R200
VW3 M8 101 R250
VW3 M8 101 R500
VW3 M8 101 R750
VW3 M8 201 R05
VW3 M8 201 R15
VW3 M8 201 R30
VW3 M8 201 R50
VW3 M8 202 R05
VW3 M8 202 R15
VW3 M8 202 R30
VW3 M8 202 R50
VW3 M8 203 R05
VW3 M8 203 R15
VW3 M8 203 R30
VW3 M8 203 R50
VW3 M8 204 R05
VW3 M8 204 R15
VW3 M8 204 R30
VW3 M8 204 R50
VW3 M8 205 R30
L
82
82
82
82
82
82
82
82
82
82
82
82
82
82
82
82
82
82
82
82
82
82
82
82
82
82
82
82
82
82
82
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
21
L
1
VW3 M8 206 R30
VW3 M8 207 R30
VW3 M8 208 R30
VW3 M8 209 R05
VW3 M8 209 R15
VW3 M8 209 R30
VW3 M8 209 R50
VW3 M8 210 R05
VW3 M8 210 R15
VW3 M8 210 R30
VW3 M8 210 R50
VW3 M8 211 R05
VW3 M8 212
VW3 M8 213
VZ1L007UM50
VZ1L018UM20
21
21
21
20
20
20
20
21
21
21
21
20
17
17
28
28
X
XGS Z24
XM 05AD10F1
52
16
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branded solutions
Used in combination, Telemecanique products provide quality solutions,
meeting all your Automation and Control applications requirements.
Motion control:
Lexium 05: 4 to 25 A eff
BSH motors: 0.5 to 36 Nm
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BDH motors: 0.18 to 53 Nm
BSH motors: 0.5 to 90 Nm
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Lexium 05 motion control
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