JetMove 108
JetMove 108
Digital Servo Amplifier
60875640
Introduction
Item # 60875640
Revision 2.12.2
October 2012 / Printed in Germany
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Introduction
How to Contact us:
Jetter AG
Graeterstrasse 2
D-71642 Ludwigsburg
Germany
Phone - Switchboard:
Phone - Sales:
Phone - Technical Hotline:
++49 7141/2550-0
++49 7141/2550-433
++49 7141/2550-444
Telefax - Sales:
E-Mail - Sales:
E-Mail - Technical Hotline:
Internet Address:
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[email protected]
[email protected]
http://www.jetter.de
This User Manual is an Integral Part of
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Type:
Serial #:
Year of manufacture:
Order #:
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Inventory #:
Place of operation:
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Significance of this User Manual
This operator's manual is an integral part of the digital servo amplifier JetMove 108
and
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must be kept in a way that it is always at hand until the the digital servo amplifier
JetMove 108 will be disposed of.
Pass this manual on if the digital servo amplifier JetMove 108 is sold or loaned/
leased out.
In any case you encounter difficulties to clearly understand this user manual, please
contact the manufacturer.
We would appreciate any suggestions and contributions on your part and would ask
you to contact us. This will help us to produce manuals that are more user-friendly
and to address your wishes and requirements.
This manual contains important information on how to transport, erect, install,
operate, maintain and repair the digital servo amplifier JetMove 108.
Therefore, the persons carrying out these jobs must carefully read, understand and
observe this manual, and especially the safety instructions.
Missing or inadequate knowledge of the manual results in the loss of any claim of
liability on part of Jetter AG. Therefore, the operating company is recommended to
have the instruction of the persons concerned confirmed in writing.
System Requirements
This user manual is giving a description of the servo amplifier JetMove 108 with
operating system version 2.12.0.0.
History
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Remarks
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Original version in English
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Introduction
Description of Symbols
This sign is to indicate a possible impending danger of serious physical damage
or death.
Warning
This sign is to indicate a possible impending danger of light physical damage.
This sign is also to warn you of material damage.
Caution
This sign indicates hazard of life due to electric shock caused by a high operating
voltage.
This sign is to indicate hazard of serious physical damage or death due to
accidentally touching dangerous parts of the device.
This sign is to indicate a possible impending situation which might bring damage
to the product or to its surroundings.
It also identifies requirements necessary to ensure faultless operation.
Important
You will be informed of various possible applications and will receive further
useful suggestions.
It also gives you words of advice on how to efficiently use hardware and software
in order to avoid unnecessary efforts.
Note
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Enumerations are marked by full stops, strokes or scores.
Operating instructions are marked by this arrow.
Automatically running processes or results to be achieved are marked by this
arrow.
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Reference to PC keyboard and HMI keys.
This symbol informs you of additional references (data sheets, literature, etc.)
associated with the given subject, product, etc. Further, this text provides helpful
hints for your guidance through the manual.
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Table of Contents
Contents
1
Safety Instructions
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1.1
General Safety Instructions
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1.1.1
1.1.2
1.1.3
1.1.4
1.1.5
1.1.6
Intended Conditions of Use
Usage Other Than Intended
Personnel Qualification
Modifications and Alterations to the Module
Repair and Maintenance
Disposal
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1.2
Ensure Your Own Safety
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1.2.1
1.2.2
1.2.3
Malfunctions
Information Signs and Labels
Earthing procedure
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15
1.3
Residual Dangers
15
1.3.1
Hazards during Operation
15
1.4
Instructions on EMC
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Installing the JetMove 108
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2.1
Scope of delivery
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2.2
Mechanical Installation
20
2.3
Electrical Installation
23
2.4
Checking the Installation
24
2.5
Notes on Safety as regards Commissioning
25
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Operating Conditions
27
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Physical Dimensions
33
5
Technical Specifications
35
5.1
Electrical Specification
35
5.2
Motor Protection
38
5.2.1
I²t Calculation
38
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Drive Controller Structure
41
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Description of Connections
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7.1
Demands on the Power Supply Unit for Motor Operating
Voltage
43
7.1.1 Recommendations on the power supply circuit breaker +Vmot
44
7.1.2 General remarks
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7.1.3 Recommendations on preventing overvoltage at braking or lowering
a vertical load
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7.2
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JetWeb
7.3
Servo Motor
7.3.1 Motor with male connector
7.3.2 Motor with screw clamping terminals and cables with male
connectors
7.3.3 Motor with screw clamping terminals and cables with male
connectors
7.3.4 Pre-fabricated motor cable with SC mating connector
7.3.5 Motor Cable Permanently Fixed to the Motor
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7.4
Brush-Type DC Motor
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7.5
2-Phase Stepper Motor
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7.5.1
7.5.2
Stepper motor control
Acceleration and deceleration
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7.6
LinMot
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7.7
Connection of the Resolver
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7.7.1
7.7.2
7.7.3
Specification
Resolver Cable With Mating Connector
Resolver Cable Without Mating Connector
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7.8
Sin- / Cos-Encoder Connection
74
7.8.1
Specification
74
7.9
Connection of the Incremental Encoder
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7.9.1
Specification
77
7.10
Digital and Analog Inputs and Outputs
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7.11
Jetter System Bus
82
7.11.1 JETTER System Bus Cable Specification
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Status Monitoring
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Diagnostics
87
9.1
Error Messages
87
9.2
Alarms
90
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Wiring Diagrams
91
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Ordering Information
93
11.1
List of Documentation
93
11.2
Device
93
11.3
Motor power cable with mating connector SC
94
11.4
Resolver Cable
95
11.5
System Bus Cable
95
List of Appendices
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Table of Contents
Appendix A:
Appendix B:
Appendix C:
Appendix D:
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Glossary
List of Illustrations
Index
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100
103
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1.1 General Safety Instructions
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Safety Instructions
1.1
General Safety Instructions
The digital servo amplifier JetMove 108 meets the applicable safety regulations and
standards. Special emphasis was given to the safety of the users.
Further, the user should adhere to the following regulations:
• pertinent accident prevention regulations;
• accepted safety rules;
• EC guidelines and other country-specific regulations.
1.1.1
Intended Conditions of Use
Usage according to the intended conditions of use includes operation in accordance
with these operating instructions.
The digital servo amplifier JetMove 108 may only be operated in the closed
control cabinet and within the range of the set values, see chapter 5 "Technical
Specifications", page 35.
Do not apply a voltage to the digital servo amplifier JetMove 108 that is higher
than the specified operating voltage.
The operating voltage for motor supply by the digital servo amplifier JetMove 108
ranges between 12 V and 48 V DC. Thus, the digital servo amplifier is not subject to
the EG Low Voltage Directive.
The servo amplifier JetMove 108 is for driving electric motors of various
designs. The winding insulation of the motors must be higher than, or at least
equal to, the DC link voltage supplied by the servo amplifier.
The digital servo amplifier JetMove 108 is used to drive machinery, such as
conveyors, production machines, and handling machines.
1.1.2
Usage Other Than Intended
This digital servo amplifier must not be used in technical systems which to a
high degree have to be fail-safe, e.g. ropeways and aeroplanes.
Do not use the integrated braking circuit in applications, where, in case of
braking circuit failure, safety hazards can occur.
The servo amplifier JetMove 108 is not a safety-relevant device according to
the machinery directive 2006/42/EG. Therefore, using this servo amplifier for
safety-relevant applications as regards safety of persons is neither adequate
nor permitted.
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If the digital servo amplifier JetMove 108 is to be run under operating conditions,
which differ from the conditions mentioned in chapter 3 "Operating Conditions", page
27, the manufacturer must be contacted beforehand.
1.1.3
Personnel Qualification
Depending on the life cycle of the product, the persons involved must possess
different qualifications. These demands have to be met, in order to grant safety in
handling the JetMove 108 at each phase of the product life cycle.
Product Life Cycle
Minimum Qualification
Transport / Storage:
Trained and instructed personnel with knowledge in
handling electrostatic sensitive components.
Mounting / Installation:
Specialized personnel with training in electrical
engineering, such as industrial electronics engineer.
Commissioning /
Programming:
Trained and instructed experts with profound
knowledge of, and experience with, electrical / drive
engineering, such as electronics engineer for
automation technology.
Operation:
Trained, instructed and assigned personnel with
knowledge in operating electronic devices.
Decommissioning:
Specialized personnel with training in electrical
engineering, such as industrial electronics
technician.
1.1.4
Modifications and Alterations to the
Module
Due to safety reasons, neither opening the digital servo amplifier JetMove 108,
nor carrying out any modifications or alterations to the device and its
functions is allowed.
Any modifications to the servo amplifier JetMove 108 not expressly authorized by the
manufacturer will result in a loss of any liability claims to Jetter AG.
The original parts are specifically designed for the servo amplifier JetMove
108. Parts and equipment from other manufacturers are not tested on our part,
and are, therefore, not released by Jetter AG.
The installation of such parts may impair the safety and the proper functioning of the
digital servo amplifier JetMove 108.
Any liability on the part of Jetter AG for any damages resulting from the use of nonoriginal parts and equipment is excluded.
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1.1 General Safety Instructions
1.1.5
Repair and Maintenance
Repairs to the digital servo amplifier JetMove 108 must not be carried out by the
operator. The servo amplifier JetMove 108 does not contain any parts to be repaired
by the operator.
For being repaired, the servo amplifier JetMove 108 must be sent to Jetter AG.
The digital servo amplifier JetMove 108 is maintenance-free. Therefore, absolutely
no inspection or maintenance works are required for the operation of this device.
1.1.6
Disposal
In case of obvious damage or erratic behaviour, the servo amplifier must not be used
any more.
When disposing of devices, the local environmental regulations must be complied
with.
You can disassemble the digital servo amplifier JetMove 108 into its main
components by unscrewing it (aluminum heat sink and side plate, steel casing cover,
PCBs).
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1.2
Ensure Your Own Safety
Isolate the digital servo amplifier JetMove 108 from the mains, if
maintenance works have to be carried out. By doing so, you will prevent
accidents resulting from electric voltage and moving parts.
Follow the information given in chapter 1.3 "Residual Dangers", page 15.
Warning
Safety and protective devices, e.g. guards, must not in any case be
shunted or by-passed.
Prior to commissioning reattach dismantled protective equipment, such as
guards, and check them for proper functioning.
Prior to commissioning, the machine manufacturer shall conduct a hazard
analysis for the machine and take appropriate measures to prevent
personal injury and damage to property resulting from accidental
movements.
1.2.1
Malfunctions
In the case of malfunctions or other faults, immediately separate the
digital servo amplifier JetMove 108 from the mains.
Follow the information given in chapter 1.3 "Residual Dangers", page 15.
Immediately report any malfunctions or other damages to the responsible
person.
Secure the servo amplifier JetMove 108 against misuse or accidental use.
1.2.2
Information Signs and Labels
Follow the instructions given on markings, information signs, and labels.
Keep markings, signs and labels readable.
Replace damaged or unreadable information signs and labels.
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1.3 Residual Dangers
1.2.3
Earthing procedure
Screw the enclosure of the digital servo amplifier JetMove 108 down to a
highly conducting, plane and earthed panel.
Connect the earthing terminal (X1:PE) to an earth point. Use a short line of
a great cross-section.
1.3
Residual Dangers
1.3.1
Hazards during Operation
WARNING! Hot Surfaces!
During operation, the surfaces, respectively the heat sinks of the servo amplifier
JetMove 108 can heat up. The left sidewall and the rear panel can reach
temperatures of up to 85 °C.
Warning
Do not touch the left sidewall or rear panel of the servo amplifier
JetMove 108 during operation and after switching off, while the
device is still cooling down.
Make sure that no temperature-sensitive parts have been connected or
fastened to the servo amplifier JetMove 108.
DANGER in a potentially explosive atmosphere!
Do not operate the digital servo amplifier JetMove 108 in a potentially
explosive atmosphere.
Warning
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DANGER of injuries caused by mechanic force!
Caution
The digital servo amplifier JetMove 108 drives a motor. This motor moves
mechanic parts or sharp edges. Therefore, failure or malfunctioning of the digital
servo amplifier JetMove 108 can be dangerous for persons or damage the
machinery. This should be prevented by installing additional safety devices.
• One safety precaution is to install a second set of limit switches to interrupt the
power supply of the motor.
• Another safety precaution would be installing a guard.
Make sure that hazards to persons are precluded even when the drive is
rotating unintentionally.
Do not remove any guards.
Do not wear gloves, lest they could get caught in the rotating drive shaft.
Never touch a rotating drive shaft.
Warning
Do not touch the motor during or after operation:
Temperatures can reach as high as 140 °C.
1.4
Instructions on EMC
The digital servo amplifier JetMove 108 is intended for use in industrial environment.
It may cause radio interferences when used in residential areas. It is operated at the
operator's own risk.
The electromagnetic immunity of a system depends on the weakest component of
the system. For this reason, correct wiring and shielding of cables is of paramount
importance.
Important!
Measures for increasing EMC in electric plants:
Earth the device adequately according to chapter 1.2.3 "Earthing
procedure", page 15.
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1.4 Instructions on EMC
Connect the motor cable. If applicable, an optional PE bus must be near
the servo amplifier. Shield cables on both ends.
If a motor power cable is used which includes cores for brake control, the
brake control cores must be separately shielded. The shielding braid must
be connected on both ends of the cables.
Follow the instructions given in Application Note 016 "EMC-Compatible
Installation of the Electric Cabinet" published by Jetter AG.
The following instructions are excerpts from Application Note 016:
Screw the enclosure of the digital servo amplifier JetMove 108 down to a
highly conducting, plane and earthed panel.
Keep signal and power lines physically separated. We recommend
spacings greater than 20 cm. Cables and lines should cross each other at
an angle of 90°.
Shielded cables must be used for the following lines:
Analog lines, data lines, motor cables coming from inverter drives (servo
output stage, frequency converter), lines between components and
interference suppressor filter, if the suppressor filter has not been placed
at the component directly.
Both ends of the cable must be shielded.
Unshielded wire ends of shielded cables should be as short as possible.
The entire shield must be drawn behind the isolation, and then be
clamped under an earthed strain relief with the greatest possible surface
area.
When male connectors are used:
The shield (impedance shielding) must, in its entire perimeter, be drawn
behind the shielding clamp of the metallized connector housing,
respectively of the EMC gland bushing, its greatest possible surface area
being clamped under the strain relief of the JetMove 108.
Only use metallized connectors, e.g. SUB-D with metallized housing.
Make sure that the strain relief is directly connected with the housing here
as well (see Fig. 1).
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Fig. 1: Shielding of SUB-D connectors in conformity with EMC standards
If the shield cannot be attached to the connector, for example, with a screw
type terminal:
It is important that shield and strain relief are highly conductive and directly
connected to a grounded surface with the greatest possible surface area.
When doing so, grounding must be implemented in a way that the
unshielded portion of the cable is as short as possible (refer to Fig. 2).
JetMove 108
Metal Rail
Shield
Motor Cable
Fig. 2: Shielding of screw terminals to EMC standards
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2.1
Scope of delivery
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Digital servo amplifier JetMove 108
Mating connector plugged-on
User Manual
Accessories
The accessories are not part of the scope of delivery!
•
System bus cable of cable confection no. 530 x.x m; length: 0.2 m through 5.0 m
See also chapter 7.11 "Jetter System Bus", page 82.
•
Motor power cable, see also chapter 7.3 "Servo Motor", page 52.
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Encoder cable, see also chapter 7.7 "Connection of the Resolver", page 71.
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Motors, e.g. synchronous servo motors of the Jetter motor series JL1 or JH2.
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DC power supply unit
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Ballast Resistor
Note!
If you are not sure which mounting accessories you will need, please contact
Jetter AG.
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2.2
Mechanical Installation
Prior to installing the digital servo amplifier check it for possible
transport damages.
Please check the shipment for completeness.
To ensure proper functioning of the JetMove 108, check whether the
mounting plate in the electric cabinet is unpainted.
The JetMove 108 has been designed for natural convection. Mount the
JetMove in horizontal orientation (label on top) or vertical orientation
(motor line below). In both cases, make sure there is a clearance of 25
mm between the JetMove and adjacent devices (see Fig. 4, Page 22).
Make sure there is a clearance of at least 25 mm under and above the
JetMove 108 - unobstructed ventilation must be granted.
Mark on the panel two positions for the fastening screw threads of the
JetMove 108 (see Fig. 4, Page 22).
Drill the holes and cut the respective threads (M4) into the panel.
Screw the lower fitting screws into the thread by approximately half of
their length.
By means of the oblong holes in the rear plate, hang up the JetMove
108 by the fitting screws; then screw them down tightly.
Screw down the upper fitting screws.
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m
5
2
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m
Fig. 3: Recommended mounting
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JM-108
Output Ratings:
Power Supply:
Rev.:
Part No.: 10000749
1 * 24-48VDC
Current:
16A
Voltage:
3 * 17-34VAC, 0-400Hz
Motor Current:
Enclosure Rating:
IP20
Made in Germany
0 - 40°C, 32 - 104°F
AXARR
ERR
(2
x)

X61
ENCODER
4

Ambient Temperature:
3 * 8A
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Input Ratings:
U2
V2
W2
BALLAST
PE
+Vmot
+Vlog
0V
X62
IN / OUT
44,5
Type:
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Gräterstrasse 2
D-71642 Ludwigsburg
X18
BUS IN
84,5
44,5
Jetter
X1
SUPPLY & MOTOR
136
X19
BUS OUT
136
137,7
Fig. 4: Mounting holes in the enclosure
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2.3
Electrical Installation
Check the assignments of servo amplifier and motor.
Compare rated voltage and continuous rated current of servo amplifier
and motor.
The motor must be isolated against voltages of DC 100 V min.; also
refer to “Compatible Synchronous Servo Motors” on page 37.
Connect the JetMove 108 according to the wiring diagram shown in
chapter 10 "Wiring Diagrams", page 91.
Especially check the mains lines for appropriate protection, see
Page 92.
Protecting the motor cables is not advisable.
Select the cables according to standards.
Check whether the ground cable is connected.
To connect resolvers or power units you can use prefabricated cables
available from Jetter or opt for self-made cables. Please refer to
chapter 7 "Description of Connections", page 43.
To ensure that installation is carried out in conformance with EMC
regulations, the following items have to be observed especially:
– Please ground the 0 V line as closely to the motor power supply unit
as possible.
– If possible, do not run the controller cable together with the power
supply and motor cable;
– Connect the position transducer;
– Use shielded terminals or EMC-compatible connectors;
– Connect holding brake, if available, and connect shields on both
sides of the cables;
– Connect the motor leads according to Fig. 2, page 18.
Please further note the chapter 1.4 "Instructions on EMC", page 16.
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2.4
Checking the Installation
Check motor and servo amplifier wiring and connections by means of
the connection diagrams used.
Check the holding brake, if existing, for proper functioning.
Check to see whether all necessary protection measures against
accidental contact with live or moving parts have been taken.
Carry out any other checks specific to or required for your system.
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2.5
Notes on Safety as regards
Commissioning
Have commissioning jobs carried out by qualified personnel only, see
chapter 1.1.3 "Personnel Qualification", page 12.
Prior to commissioning, please do the following:
Reattach dismantled protective equipment and check it for proper
functioning.
This way, protection from moving parts of the machine will be achieved.
Secure the servo amplifier JetMove 108 against accidental contact with
conductive parts and components.
Only connect devices or electrical components to the signal lines of the
digital servo amplifier JetMove 108 (Enable, Limit+/-, REF, BRAKE) that
have been sufficiently isolated from the mains circuit. These signal lines
may only be connected with units that have got the ground potential of the
+VLOG power supply.
Accordingly, do only connect encoders with the servo amplifier, if they
have been sufficiently isolated from the connected mains and motor power
supply.
Always carry out each commissioning, even a short functional test, with
correctly connected PE bus;
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Operating Conditions
Operating Parameters
Power Rating
Parameter
Value(s)
Power rating
Power section at X1:+Vmot
24 / 48 V DC (12 ... 48 V DC)
SELV or PELV
Imax. = 27.5 A
Reference Standard
Logic section at X1:+Vlog
24 V DC (12 ... 40 V DC)
SELV or PELV
Imax.= 250 mA at 24 V
Fluctuations of
power supply
Voltage dips
3 ms max.
Operating Parameters
Environment
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Parameter
Value(s)
Reference Standard
Environmental
conditions
Temperature:
0 °C to +40 °C (+40 °C to +50 °C:
Derating 2.5 %/K)
Air humidity:
5 % to 85 %, non-condensing
Make sure the control cabinet is
being cooled sufficiently.
DIN EN 50178
Storage conditions
(units within
packing)
Temperature: -25 °C bis +55 °C,
maximum fluctuation: 20 K/h
Air humidity:
5 % to 95 %, non-condensing
Maximum storage period:
< 1 year without restrictions
DIN EN 50178
Transport
conditions (units
within packing)
Temperature: -25 °C to +70 °C
Air humidity:
5 % to 95 %, non-condensing
DIN EN 50178
Pollution degree
2
DIN EN 50178
Corrosion
Immunity/Chemical
Resistance
No special protection against
corrosion. Ambient air must be free
from higher concentrations of acids,
alkaline solutions, corrosive agents,
salts, metal vapors, or other
corrosive or electroconductive
contaminants
-
Max. operating
altitude
Up to 1,000 m above sea level.
From 1,000 to 2,500 m above sea
level: derating of 1.5% per 100 m
increase in alitude
DIN EN 50178
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Operating Parameters
Mechanical Parameters
Parameter
Value(s)
Reference Standard
Free Falls
Withstanding Test
Within original packing, the device
withstands dropping over all of its
edges
DIN EN 50178
DIN EN 60068-2-31
Vibration resistance
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DIN EN 50178
DIN EN 60068-2-6
10 Hz ... 57 Hz: 0.075 mm
amplitude
57 Hz ... 150 Hz: 1 g
acceleration:
1 octave per minute, 10
frequency sweeps (sinusoidal),
all three spatial axes
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Degree of
protection
IP20
Mounting
Orientation
Vertical or horizontal
Please make sure there is a
clearance of at least 25 mm under
and above the JetMove - sufficient
ventilation must be granted.
DIN EN 60529
Important!
Measures to avoid damages in transit and storage:
The packaging material and the storage place are to be chosen in a
way that the values given in the above table “Operating Parameters
Mechanical Parameters” on page 28 are kept to.
Operating Parameters
Electrical Safety
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Parameter
Value(s)
Reference Standard
Protection Class
III
DIN EN 61800-5-1
Dielectric strength
Protective network conductor and
network logics: 380 V DC, 5 s
DIN EN 61800-5-1
Isolation
Protective network conductor and
network logics: > 1 M  at 500 V
DIN EN 61800-5-1
Protective
Connection
< 60 V, 25 A, 0.1 
DIN EN 61800-5-1
Overvoltage
category
I
DIN EN 61800-5-1
DIN EN 50178
DIN VDE 0110-1
UL 508C
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Operating Parameters
EMC - Emitted Interference
Parameter
Value(s)
Reference Standard
Enclosure
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Frequency range
30 ... 230 MHz, limit 50 dB (µV/m)
at 10 m
• Frequency range
230 ... 1000 MHz, limit 60 dB
(µV/m) at 10 m
(2nd environment, cat. 3 installation)
DIN EN 61800-3
Signal and control
line connections,
DC voltage supply
inputs and outputs
Frequency bands:
• 0.15 to 0.5 MHz, limit 100 dB
(µV)*
• 0.5 to 5 MHz, limit 86 dB (µV)*
• 5 to 30 MHz, limit 90 dB (µV),
decrease by the logarithm of the
frequency up to 70 dB (µV)*
* Measuring by means of the quasipeak detector
(2nd environment, cat. 3 installation)
DIN EN 61800-3
Important!
This is a product of restricted availability according to IEC/EN 61800-3.
This module can cause radio interferences in residential areas. In this
case, the user must take adequate measures to prevent this.
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Operating Parameters
EMC - Immunity to Interference
Enclosure
Parameter
Value(s)
Reference Standard
ESD
Discharge through air:
Test peak voltage 8 kV
Contact Discharge:
Test peak voltage 4 kV
Acceptance criterion B
(2nd environment, cat. 3 installation)
DIN EN 61800-3
DIN EN 61000-4-2
RF Field
amplitudemodulated
Frequency band 80 ... 1000 MHz;
test field strength 10 V/m
AM 80 % with 1 kHz
Acceptance criterion A
(2nd environment, cat. 3 installation)
DIN EN 61800-3
DIN EN 61000-4-3
Operating Parameters
EMC - Immunity to Interference
Power Connections
30
Parameter
Value(s)
Reference Standard
Burst (fast
transients)
Test voltage 2 kV
Repetition rate 5 kHz
Acceptance criterion B
(2nd environment, cat. 3 installation)
DIN EN 61800-3
DIN EN 61000-4-4
Impulse voltages
tr/th 1.2/50 µs, 8/20 µs
1 kV (phase to phase)
2 kV (phase to ground)
Acceptance criterion B
(2nd environment, cat. 3 installation)
DIN EN 61800-3
DIN EN 61000-4-5
Guided radio
disturbances
Frequency 0.15 ... 80 MHz
Test voltage 10 V
AM 80 % with 1 kHz
Acceptance criterion A
(2nd environment, cat. 3 installation)
DIN EN 61800-3
DIN EN 61000-4-6
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JetMove 108
Operating Parameters
EMC - Immunity to Interference
Power interfaces
Parameter
Value(s)
Reference Standard
Burst (fast
transients)
Test voltage 2 kV
Repetition rate 5 kHz
Capacitive interference
Acceptance criterion B
(2nd environment, cat. 3 installation)
DIN EN 61800-3
DIN EN 61000-4-4
Operating Parameters
EMC - Immunity to Interference
Signal interfaces
Parameter
Value(s)
Reference Standard
Burst (fast
transients)
Test voltage 1 kV
Repetition rate 5 kHz
Capacitive interference
Acceptance criterion B
(2nd environment, cat. 3 installation)
DIN EN 61800-3
DIN EN 61000-4-4
Guided radio
disturbances
Frequency 0.15 ... 80 MHz
Test voltage 10 V
AM 80 % with 1 kHz
Acceptance criterion A
(2nd environment, cat. 3 installation)
DIN EN 61800-3
DIN EN 61000-4-6
Operating Parameters
EMC - Immunity to Interference
Measuring and Control Lines in Process
Environments
Jetter AG
Parameter
Value(s)
Reference Standard
Burst (fast
transients)
Test voltage 2 kV
Repetition rate 5 kHz
Capacitive interference
Acceptance criterion B
(2nd environment, cat. 3 installation)
DIN EN 61800-3
DIN EN 61000-4-4
Impulse voltages
tr/th 1.2/50 µs, 8/20 µs
1 kV (phase to ground)
Acceptance criterion B
(2nd environment, cat. 3 installation)
DIN EN 61800-3
DIN EN 61000-4-5
Guided radio
disturbances
Frequency 0.15 ... 80 MHz
Test voltage 3 V
AM 80 % with 1 kHz
Acceptance criterion A
(2nd environment, cat. 3 installation)
DIN EN 61800-3
DIN EN 61000-4-6
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3 Operating Conditions
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JetMove 108
Physical Dimensions
15
(2
x)
4

4,
2
4
1,7
Type:
Jetter AG
Gräterstrasse 2
D-71642 Ludwigsburg
JM-108
Input Ratings:
Power Supply:
Output Ratings:
136
Rev.:
Part No.: 10000749
1 * 24-48VDC
Current:
16A
Voltage:
3 * 17-34VAC, 0-400Hz
Motor Current:
Enclosure Rating:
IP20
Made in Germany
0 - 40°C, 32 - 104°F
AXARR
ERR
X62
IN / OUT
X18
BUS IN
84,5
X61
ENCODER
(2
x)

4

Ambient Temperature:
3 * 8A
U2
V2
W2
BALLAST
PE
+Vmot
+Vlog
0V
95
44,5
Jetter
90,9
44,5
58,8
X1
SUPPLY & MOTOR
26,5
X19
BUS OUT
136
84,5
43,6
12,5
11,1
137,7
26
13
6
84
,5
26
Fig. 5: Physical Dimensions - JetMove 108
For more information on installation, please also refer to Fig. 3 on Page 21
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JetMove 108
5.1 Electrical Specification
5
Technical Specifications
5.1
Electrical Specification
Electrical Specification
Rated voltage supply
•
•
Inrush current limitation
24 / 48 V DC (12 ... 48 V DC)
Imax.  27.5 A
The voltage output has to comply with
the power supply unit of the SELV or
PELV type.
The JM-108 is equipped with an internal
200 µF capacitors for buffering.
The inrush current is not limited.
See "Recommendations on the power
supply circuit breaker +Vmot" on page 44.
Supply cable
Cable size
Material
Temperature class
1.0 mm2 min.
Copper
> 60 °C
Max. output voltage of the motor
60 V
Motor output current at an ambient
temperature of 40 °C
Nominal current: Ieff = 8 A
Peak current: Ieff = 16 A (t <= 10 s at
T < 40°C)
See "Note 1!" on page 37.
Continuous output
384 W
Short-circuit protection, motor side
Designed for
• phase to phase
• phase to 0 V or ground
Motor overload protection
See "Motor Protection" on page 38.
Motor inductivity
125 µH min. between any two motor lines
Motor cable
Cable size
Material
Capacity
Temperature class
Maximum length
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4 * 0.75 mm2 min. (AWG 18)
Copper
< 150 pF/m
> 60 °C
maximum line length is 25 m
(for greater length please contact Jetter AG)
Ballast resistor
An internal ballast resistor has not been
installed. If the DC link voltage increases too
much at decelerating the motor, install an
external ballast resistor.
Residual voltage
The DC link voltage is discharged within 10
seconds at switching off the device.
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Electrical Specification
Leakage current
< 0.1 mA at a cable length of 3 m.
The leakage current increases at increasing
cable length.
The 0 V connection is connected to earth by
a resistor of 400 k  and a capacitor of
75 nF.
Voltage supply of processor logics
(demands on power supply
module)
•
•
Inrush current limitation of the
processor logics
The JM-108 is equipped with an internal
200 µF capacitors for buffering.
The inrush current is not limited.
Enable1/2,
reference switch (REF),
positive limit switch (Limit+),
negative limit switch (Limit-),
and Input (Inp)
•
Brake circuit (X62:2)
Can be switched by the application program
of the PLC or automatically at enable of the
motor current.
24 V DC (+Vlog - 0.5 V)
Imax. = 0.5 A
Contact: Semiconductor switch (NOC with
integrated free-wheeling diode and shortcircuit monitoring)
Connect this pin only to devices that are
related to the same potential as the power
supply of the controller logic.
Encoder supply (X61:1 and 6)
•
•
•
DC 24 V (14 ... 32 V) related to the
controller potential
Input current of 8 mA max. each
Refer to: chapter 7.10 "Digital and
Analog Inputs and Outputs", page 80
•
Encoder supply voltage:
5 V DC +/-5 %, max. 350 mA
Encoder supply voltage:
24 V DC (+Vlog - 0.5 V), max. 300 mA
Resolver inputs
•
•
•
Resolver excitation: 8 Vpp
Frequency: 8 kHz
Input impedance: 30 k 
SinCos encoder inputs
•
•
1 Vpp differential signals
max. frequency:
analog 450 kHz, digital 5 MHz
Input impedance: 30 k 
•
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24 V DC (12 ... 40 V)
250 mA at 24 V
Additonally: 500 mA for digital output
Additonally: 300 mA for encoder supply
at X61
The voltage output has to comply with
the power supply unit of the SELV or
PELV type.
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JetMove 108
5.1 Electrical Specification
Electrical Specification
Incremental encoder inputs
•
•
5 V differential signals (RS-422) or 5 V
single-ended
max. frequency: 8 MHz,
min. pulse duration 50 ns
Input impedance: 15 k 
Analog input
•
•
•
•
•
•
1 differential channel
12-bit resolution
Voltage range 0 ... 10 V
Value range 0 ... 32767 (in steps of 8)
Sampling interval 2ms
Input impedance 20 k 
Power loss Pv
•
•
Amplifier at rated output:
typically 24 W, 36 W max.
Logic circuit: 6 W max.
•
500 g
•
Weight (mating connectors
included)
Note 1!
Cooling:
• The overtemperature protection trips at 85 °C
• The overtemperature alarm is activated at 80 °C
Compatible Synchronous Servo Motors
Motor types
Jetter motors of the JL1 and JH2 series.
Please refer to "Jetter Motor Catalog" or
contact the sales department of Jetter AG.
Note!
In case you intend to use motors other than the above mentioned types, please
contact Jetter AG.
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5 Technical Specifications
5.2
Motor Protection
5.2.1
I²t Calculation
The digital servo amplifierJetMove 108 calculates the model of motor power
dissipation by an I²t calculation. The calculated value is a measure of the average
power dissipation of the motor. It is calculated in percent of the maximum motor
power dissipation.
For this calculation it is important, that the parameters are entered correctly:
– Nominal current (which is the minimum of nominal motor current and nominal
servo amplifier current),
– Overload factor
– and time constant of the motor
The I²t calculation has to be activated by JetSym or by the PLC program.
It is possible to parameterize the warning level. The error level (error 30) is set to
100 %.
The I²t value is readable in a variable of JetMove 108 through JetSym or the PLC.
The digital servo amplifier JetMove 108 calculates the percentage of motor power
loss according to the following formula:
t
– ---
average motor current 2 
T
x  t  = 100%   -------------------------------------------------------   1 – e 

nominal current 


x(t) =
Displayed value of the motor power loss in %
t=
Time since start of motor running it with the average current (in seconds)
T=
Motor time constant (in seconds)
The formula shows that the 100 % value will never be reached as long as the average
motor current is lower than the nominal current of the motor.
Further, calculating always starts by 0 (at t = 0, the result of the equation is 0). After
some time that is by far longer than the motor time constant, the result does virtually
not change any more.
The time till error trip (x = 100 %) is a result of the following formula:
2
nominal current
t = – T  ln 1 –  -----------------------------------------------------
 average motor current
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JetMove 108
5.2 Motor Protection
After reset, the values of the important parameters are:
Nominal current:
8A
Overload factor:
2
Motor time constant:
1,800 s (30 min)
With these parameters the 100 % error level will be reached if, for example the motor
is run by a current of 16 A for about 8 minutes and 30 seconds.
Important
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Because of the fact that after reset the I²t calculation always starts with zero, the
motor overload calculation is wrong if the motor is already hot when the digital
servo amplifier JetMove 108 is switched on (i. e. at the time of parameters of I²t
calculation are written after switching on 24 V logic power supply).
For this reason, please wait, until the motor has cooled down before re-enabling
the axis.
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Setpoint
Generator
PosRef
-
Kv
Speed
Pos
Pos
Pos Controller
SpeedFwd
SpeedRef
Speed
Speed Controller
Kp, Tn
IRef
min
IqRef
IdRef = 0
Ke
-
EMF
Pre-Control
max
Iq
-
Speed
Id
Id Controller
Kp, Tn
Uemk
Iq Controller
Kp, Tn
URef
Rho
UdRef
UqRef
Park

d,q

d,q
inv. Park
Ibeta
Ialpha
Ubeta
Ualpha
Clarke
u,v,w

u,v,w
Space
Vector
PWM
PWMuH/L
Iv
Iu
Encoder
Evaluation
Current
Scaling
Power Section
Motor
Encoder
IvP
IuP
PWMwH/L
PWMvH/L
Current Detection
UwRef
inv. Clarke
UuRef

UvRef
Voltage Generator
U
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V
6
W
IFwd
JetMove 108
Drive Controller Structure
Fig. 6: Block Diagram of Drive Controller Structure
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6 Drive Controller Structure
Drive Controller Specification
All servo amplifiers can be parameterized through the control program.
Description
Remarks
Motor control (commutation)
Space vector modulation
PWM frequency
16 kHz
Current controller
– Cycle time
62.5 µs
Speed controller
– Cycle time
125 µs
– Power supply
adjustable
Position feedback controller
– Cycle time
250 µs
– Speed pre-control
adjustable
Position setpoint generator
– Sine-square and linear acceleration/deceleration
ramp
can be parameterized
individually
– Setpoint output cycle (position feedback controller
interpolation)
2 ms
Position sensing
Resolver:
– Resolution
12 bits per revolution
– Sampling interval
62.5 µs
Sine/cosine encoder:
42
– Resolution of absolute position
15 Bit per encoder period
– Resolution of velocity pickup
20 Bit per encoder period
– Sampling interval
62.5 µs
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7.1 Demands on the Power Supply Unit for Motor Operating Voltage
7
Description of Connections
7.1
Demands on the Power Supply Unit
for Motor Operating Voltage
We recommend a power supply unit configuration consisting of
transformer, rectifier and charging capacitor (electrolytic capacitor).
L1
Line
Filter
DC Link
Voltage
N
DC 48
xyz
PE
Transformer
Rectifier
Bridge
Electrolytic
Capacitor
Fig. 7: Configuration of the power supply unit for motor operating
voltage
The power supply unit can be configured with a 1- or 3-phase wiring.
The output of the power supply unit is rated at the output required by
the motor:
P =
Mn
--------- + PDissipation
9 55
Output power P in Watt (W)
Torque M in Nm
Revolutions n in 1/min
Power dissipation PDissipation in Watt (W)
The power supply voltage is rated at the required speed and torque:
U = Un + UM
Where:
KE  n
U N = ------------1000
Counter-EMF Un in Volt (V)
Back EMF constant KE in V*min/1000
Revolutions n in 1/min
Voltage UM generating the required torque at maximum RPM.
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By the energy fed back into the JetMove 108, the voltage at the output
of the power supply unit can be increased to 60 V. See
"Recommendations on preventing overvoltage at braking or lowering a
vertical load" on page 46.
Between amplifier and power supply unit, significant pulse-like currents
of short rise-times are flowing.
In each supply cable, there is an ohmic and an inductive component. If
the values are too high, the efficiency of the power supply unit buffer is
questionable.
– Blocking capacitors will be thermally overloaded.
– Peak voltages can lead to destruction of the controller board.
From this, the following requirements to the supply cable result:
• Make sure, the cross-section is sufficient.
• decrease the inductance by twisting.
Install an external charging capacitor close to the JetMove 108, if the
distance the between power supply unit and the JetMove 108 is greater
than 20 m.
The charging capacitor must stand a high AC load. Electrolytic
capacitors meet this requirement. For more information refer to Fig. 9.
In order to prevent EMI, the 0 V potential that is close to the power
supply unit for motor operation voltage should be connected to earth.
7.1.1
Recommendations on the power supply
circuit breaker +Vmot
If the +VMOT power supply is energized abruptly, the inrush current might reach a
value high enough to destroy the servo amplifier. We recommend to place the circuit
breaker for the motor power supply at the INPUT of the power supply unit (see Fig.
8), and NOT at its output, i.e. between power supply unit and servo amplifier. This
way, the current-limiting circuitry of the power supply is used to limit the inrush
current of the JetMove 108.
Power supply unit
+Vmot
Output
Circuit
breaker
Input
+
JetMove 108
-
X1
0V
Fig. 8: Terminal X1 - Recommended inrush current limitation
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JetMove 108
7.1 Demands on the Power Supply Unit for Motor Operating Voltage
If the solution just mentioned cannot be put into practice (in case of power supplies
that cannot be interrupted, or if batteries/accus are used), connect an external
capacitor of at least 470 µF / 100 V between circuit breaker and servo amplifier, in
order to limit the slew rate of the motor supply voltage.
JetMove 108
+
+ Vmot
Output
Input
Uninterruptable
Power
Supply
-
X1
0V
Fig. 9: Terminal X1 - Alternative inrush current limitation
7.1.2
General remarks
Important!
Recommended wiring of the voltage supply +Vmot
Always make sure there is an external circuit breaker to switch off the
power supply. Always switch off the power supply before installing the
motion system.
Always limit the inrush current of the motion system. Otherwise the
motion system can be destroyed.
Always use short wires of a large cross-section to connect the voltage
supply and the JetMove 108. If the lines are to be longer than 2 meters,
use twisted wires for the supply and earthing return line. If wires of
more than 20 meters are to be used, apply a capacitor of at least 1,000
µF (set for the maximum possible voltage) close to the X1 terminal.
If the same power supply is used for multiple motion systems, apply a
star-connection the electrical center of which consists of the supply
outputs. Connect each motion system to the general motor voltage
supply using different wires for either positive or feedback phases.
Connect the grounding wire / the shielding of the JetMove 108 with a
fixed earthing position. The JetMove 108 generates electro-magnetic
disturbances if its enclosure has not been earthed.
Apply a short connection of a large cross-section between the PE of the
servo amplifier and the connection to ground. Whenever this is
possible, mount the JetMove 108 on a metallized and earthed surface.
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7.1.3
Recommendations on preventing
overvoltage at braking or lowering a
vertical load
At fast braking or reversing the axis motion, the braking energy is fed back to the
motor power supply. This can cause the DC link voltage to increase. If the voltage
has reached a limit of 60 V, the overvoltage error is recognized and the motor control
deactivated. There are two ways of preventing overvoltage:
Possibility # 1:
Connecting an external capacitor:
The external capacitor must be able to take up the back-fed energy.
The capacitor must be designed for a voltage of at least 100 V.
Designing an external capacitor:
C
2E
M
= ----------------------------– CInt
2
2
U Max – U Nom
Where:
UMax = 60 V
CInt = 200 µF
UNom = 48 V
EM: back-fed energy [J]
Calculating the braking energy in case of a rotatory motor:
1
2
E M = ---  J M + J L 2n M + m L g  h 1 – h 2  – 3I M R Ph t d – M L t d n M
2
Kinetic energy
Potential energySwitching losses Friction
Where:
JM: Inertia of the motor [kgm2]
JL: Inertia load of the motor [kgm2]
nM: Motor speed before deceleration [1/s]
mL: Mass of the load at non-horizontal motion [kg]
g = 9.81 m/s2
h1: Height before deceleration [m]
h2: Height after deceleration [m]
IM: Motor current during deceleration [A]
RPh: Resistance of the motor [  ]
td: Delay time [s]
ML: Friction torque of the motor [Nm]
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7.1 Demands on the Power Supply Unit for Motor Operating Voltage
Calculating the braking energy in case of a linear motor:
td  vM
1
2
2
E M = ---  m M + m L v M +  m M + m L g  h 1 – h 2  – 3I M R Ph t d – F L ----------------2
2
Kinetic energy
Potential energy
Switching losses Friction
Where:
mM: Motor mass [kg]
mL: Mass of the load [kg]
vM: Motor speed before deceleration [m/s]
g = 9.81 m/s2
h1: Height before deceleration [m]
h2: Height after deceleration [m]
IM: Motor current during deceleration [A]
RPh: Resistance of the motor [  ]
td: Delay time [s]
FL: Friction power of the motor [N]
If the calculation described above cannot be carried out because of
missing values, a good starting value for the capacitor is 10,000 µF /
100 V.
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Possibility # 2:
Connecting an external braking (ballast) resistor:
The motion system leads the back-fed energy to the braking resistor,
as soon as the threshold of 55 V has been reached.
The following conditions have to be met before selecting the braking
resistor:
1. Limiting the maximum current:
U Max
R Bl  ---------I Peak
Where:
UMax = 60 V
IPeak = 27.5 A
2. Limiting by means of the maximum braking power:
2
U Bl
R Bl  ----------2P Bl
Calculating the braking power:
P Bl
1
2
2
E M – --- C  U Max – U Bl 
2
= ---------------------------------------------------------td
Where:
C = CExt + CInt and CInt = 200 µF
UMax = 60 V
UBl = 55 V
EM: Braking energy (see above)
td: Delay time [s]
3. Limiting by means of the average current value:
P Bl  t d
R Bl  -------------------------------2t Cycle  I Nom
Where:
tCycle: Time interval between two delays in case of recurring motions
INom = 8 A
4. Selection by means of average power and peak value:
P Bl  t d
P Av = --------------t Cycle
2
P Peak
48
U Max
= -------------R Bl
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JetMove 108
7.1 Demands on the Power Supply Unit for Motor Operating Voltage
Note 1!
U
I Peak
2
U
2P Bl
Max
Bl
If -------------  ----------- , the braking power must be decreased.
This can either be attained by a longer delay time or by a larger CExt (external
capacitor at the power supply).
Note 2!
P
t
2
U
2P Bl
Bl d
Bl
If -------------------------------2-  ----------- either the braking power has to be decreased or else the
t Cycle  I Nom
cycle time of the delays has to be increased.
WARNING! Hot Surfaces!
The surface of the braking resistor can heat up during operation.
During operation or during the cooling-off period after the power has
been turned off, do touch the braking resistor.
Caution
Please make sure that no temperature-sensitive parts have been
connected or fastened to the braking resistor.
Note!
Options 1 and 2 can also be combined.
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7.2
Power Supply
Specification of Terminal X1
•
•
•
•
8-pin screw clamping terminal (type MC 1.5/ 8-ST-3.5)
Diameter of the cable apt for connecting: 0.14 - 1.5 mm2
with bootlace ferrules and plastic sleeve: 0.25 - 1 mm2
Bladed screw-driver: 0.4 x 2.5 mm
Stud torque for the screw clamping terminal: 0.22 Nm
Specifications of Connecting Cable
•
•
•
•
•
•
Cable size: 2 * 1.0 mm² for the motor power supply
Cable size: 1 * 0.5 mm² for the logic power supply
Material: Copper
Temperature class: 60 °C
Stripping length of cores: 6 mm
Shielding not required
Power Supply
Terminals X1 on the
amplifier side
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Signal
Specification
PE
PE conductor
The PE conductor is connected to
the enclosure.
+VMOT
DC link supply
24 / 48 V DC (12 ... 48 V DC)
Imax. = 27.5 A
No inrush current limitation
+VLOG
Power supply of
the logic unit
24 V DC (12 .. 30 V)
Imax. = 250 mA at 24 V
No inrush current limitation
0V
Zero potential
for the power
supply
Ground reference for +VMOT and
+VLOG
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7.2 Power Supply
JetMove 108
X1 - Voltage Supply and Motor Connections
X1
Connected with
Enclosure
+VMOT
+VMOT
+
24 / 48V DC
+VLOG
+
24 V DC
+3V
VLOG
DC
0V
GND
DC
DSP Controller
RBL (optional)
Fig. 10: X1 - Supply Voltage
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7.3
Servo Motor
Specification of Terminal X1
•
•
•
•
8-pin screw clamping terminal (type MC 1.5/ 8-ST-3.5)
Diameter of the cable apt for connecting: 0.14 - 1.5 mm2
with bootlace ferrules and plastic sleeve: 0.25 - 1 mm2
Bladed screw-driver: 0.4 x 2.5 mm
Stud torque for the screw clamping terminal: 0.22 Nm
Specification of the Motor Cable
•
•
•
•
•
•
Cable size: 4 * 1.00 mm²
Material: Copper
Temperature class: 60 °C
Stripping length of cores: 6 mm
Cable shielding: Braided copper shield of 80 % coverage min.
Maximum cable length: 25 m
Motor connection
Terminals X1 on the
amplifier side
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Signal
Specification
U2
Motor phase 1
Motor cable
V2
Motor phase 2
Motor cable
W2
Motor phase 3
Motor cable
BALLAST
Ballast resistor
An optional ballast resistor can be
connected between this terminal and
ground.
PE
PE conductor
The PE conductor is connected to
the enclosure.
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7.3 Servo Motor
JetMove 108
X1 - Voltage Supply and Motor Connections
X1
Connected with
Enclosure
+VMOT
+VMOT
+VLOG
+
+
24 V DC
24 / 48V DC
+3V
VLOG
DC
0V
GND
DC
DSP Controller
RBL (optional)
Fig. 11: X1 - Servo motor connection
Important!
Alternative measures to avoid malfunctions of the control system and the motor:
The brake has to be operated through a separately shielded brake line.
Important!
Measures to avoid oscillation and blocking of the motor:
Avoid mixing-up of the motor phases, resp. be sure to connect the
motor phase cables according to the pin assignment.
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There are two motor cabling options:
7.3.1
Motor with male connector
Fig. 12: Motor with male connector
For the power connections and for the feedback, the motor has been equipped with
screw clamping terminals. With the help of prefabricated cables, the connection to
the JetMove 108 is established (See "Pre-fabricated motor cable with SC mating
connector" on page 56. and “Resolver Cable With Mating Connector” on page 71).
Motor specification: S, S-A, S-B or S-X for JH2 motors
7.3.2
Motor with screw clamping terminals and
cables with male connectors
Fig. 13: Motor with cables and male connectors
The motor is equipped with screw clamping terminals with cables for power and
feedback cables. In the type designation xxx.x,, the cable length is specified in
meters. At the cable ends, male connectors have been fixed that correspond to the
pre-fabricated JetMove 108 connection cables (See "Pre-fabricated motor cable with
SC mating connector" on page 56. und “Resolver Cable With Mating Connector” on
page 71).
Motor specification: S4-xxx.x for JH2 and JL1 motors
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JetMove 108
7.3 Servo Motor
7.3.3
Motor with screw clamping terminals and
cables with male connectors
Fig. 14: Motor with cable and without a male connector
The motor is equipped with screw clamping terminals with cables for power and
feedback cables. In the type designation xxx.x, the cable length is specified in
meters. The cable ends are not equipped with connectors. This way, the motor cable
can be connected with the JetMove 108 directly. The feedback cable has to be
connected with a SUB-D male connector.
Motor specification: S3-xxx.x for JH2 and JL1 motors
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7 Description of Connections
7.3.4
Pre-fabricated motor cable with SC
mating connector
The pre-fabricated motor cable is used with the variants “Motor with male connector”
on page 54 and “Motor with screw clamping terminals and cables with male
connectors” on page 54.
Note!
The suitable mating connector SC (female connector) can be ordered from
Jetter AG by supplying the following particulars:
Article # 15100070
Motor connector for the Jetter motor series JH2, JH3,
JH4, JH5, JL2, JL3, JL4, JK4, JK5, JK6 without brake
Article # 15100105
Motor connector for the Jetter motor series JH2, JH3,
JH4, JH5, JL2, JL3, JL4, JK4, JK5, JK6 with brake
Note!
The motor cable with the SC mating connector matching the Jetter motor series
JH can be obtained from Jetter AG. It is confectioned with the matching motor
mating connector and can be ordered by the following order reference:
Without Brake:
KAY_0626_xxxx
With Brake:
KAY_0624_xxxx
Mating connector of the motor (solder side)
Fig. 15: View on the SC series mating connector of the motor (internal thread
M23)
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JetMove 108
7.3 Servo Motor
Cable Specification of the Motor Power Cable with
Mating Connector SC for JetMove 108
For connection without motor holding brake
Motor Power Cable KAY_0626_xxxx
Terminals of the
JetMove 108
4 x 1.0 mm2
The wires are
equipped with wire
end ferrules.
Shield
Mating
connector of the
motor (female,
solder side)
Shielded, highly
flexible 4-wire
cable with PE.
solder side
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mating
connector
18
26
1
5
solder side
4
6
2
Connect both sides of the shield with
the greatest possible surface area!
Use metallized housing only!
Pin
Wire Number
Signal
Pin
X1.U2
1
Phase 1
1
X1.V2
2
Phase 2
5
X1.W2
3
Phase 3
2
X1.PE
Yellow-green
PE conductor
Dimensions of the motor mating connector are specified in millimeters.
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7 Description of Connections
For connection with motor holding brake
Motor Power Cable KAY_0624_xxxx
Terminals of the
JetMove 108
7 x 1.0 mm2
The wires are
equipped with wire
end ferrules.
Shield
Mating
connector of the
motor (female,
solder side)
Shielded, highly
flexible 6-wire
cable with PE.
solder side
65
mating
connector
18
26
1
5
solder side
4
6
2
Connect both sides of the shield with
the greatest possible surface area!
Use metallized housing only!
Pin
Wire Number
Signal
Pin
X1.U2
1
Phase 1
1
X1.V2
2
Phase 2
5
X1.W2
3
Phase 3
2
X1.PE
Yellow-green
PE conductor
X62.2
5
Brake +
6
X62.1
4
Brake -
4
Dimensions of the motor mating connector are specified in millimeters.
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JetMove 108
7.3 Servo Motor
7.3.5
Motor Cable Permanently Fixed to the
Motor
The motor cable is used for the variant “Motor with screw clamping terminals and
cables with male connectors” on page 55.
Specification of the Motor Power Cable without Mating
Connector
For connection without motor holding brake
Motor Power Cable Fixed to the Motor
Terminals of the
JetMove 108
7 x 1.0 mm2
Shield
Motor
Shielded, highly flexible 6-wire cable with PE.
The wires are
equipped with wire end
ferrules.
Connect shield with the
greatest possible surface
area!
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Pin
Wire Number
Signal
X1.U2
1
Phase 1
X1.V2
2
Phase 2
X1.W2
3
Phase 3
X1.PE
Yellow-green
PE conductor
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7 Description of Connections
For connection with motor holding brake
Motor Power Cable Fixed to the Motor
Terminals of the
JetMove 108
7 x 1.0 mm2
Shield
Motor
Shielded, highly flexible 6-wire cable with PE.
The wires are
equipped with wire end
ferrules.
Connect shield with the
greatest possible surface
area!
60
Pin
Wire Number
Signal
X1.U2
1
Phase 1
X1.V2
2
Phase 2
X1.W2
3
Phase 3
X1.PE
Yellow-green
PE conductor
X62.2
4
Brake +
X62.1
5
Brake -
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JetMove 108
7.4 Brush-Type DC Motor
7.4
Brush-Type DC Motor
Specification of Terminal X1
•
•
•
•
8-pin screw clamping terminal (type MC 1.5/ 8-ST-3.5)
Diameter of the cable apt for connecting: 0.14 - 1.5 mm2
with bootlace ferrules and plastic sleeve: 0.25 - 1 mm2
Bladed screw-driver: 0.4 x 2.5 mm
Stud torque for the screw clamping terminal: 0.22 Nm
Specification of the Motor Cable
•
•
•
•
•
•
Cable cross-sectional area of up to 2 * 1.0 mm²
Material: Copper
Temperature class: 60 °C
Stripping length of cores: 6 mm
Cable shielding: Braided copper shield of 80 % coverage min.
Maximum cable length: 25 m
Motor connection
Terminals X1 on the
amplifier side
Jetter AG
Signal
Specification
U2
Motor phase +
Motor cable
V2
Motor phase -
Motor cable
BALLAST
Ballast Resistor
An optional ballast resistor can be
connected between this terminal and
ground.
PE
PE conductor
The PE conductor is connected to
the enclosure.
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7 Description of Connections
JetMove 108
X1 - Voltage Supply and DC-Motor Connections
X1
RBL (optional)
+VMOT
+VMOT
+
24 / 48V DC
+VLOG
+
24 V DC
+3V
VLOG
DC
0V
GND
DC
DSP Controller
Connected with Enclosure
Fig. 16: X1 - DC motor connection
Important!
Alternative measures to avoid malfunctions of the control system and the motor:
The brake has to be operated through a separately shielded brake line.
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JetMove 108
7.5 2-Phase Stepper Motor
7.5
2-Phase Stepper Motor
Specification of Terminal X1
•
•
•
•
8-pin screw clamping terminal (type MC 1.5/ 8-ST-3.5)
Diameter of the cable apt for connecting: 0.14 - 1.5 mm2
with bootlace ferrules and plastic sleeve: 0.25 - 1 mm2
Bladed screw-driver: 0.4 x 2.5 mm
Stud torque for the screw clamping terminal: 0.22 Nm
Specification of the Motor Cable
•
•
•
•
•
•
Cable cross-sectional area of up to 4 * 1.0 mm²
Material: Copper
Temperature class: 60 °C
Stripping length of cores: 6 mm
Cable shielding: Braided copper shield of 80 % coverage min.
Maximum cable length: 25 m
Motor connection
Terminals X1 on the
amplifier side
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Signal
Specification
U2
Motor phase 1+
Motor cable
V2
Motor phase 1 -
Motor cable
W2
Motor phase 2+
Motor cable
Ballast
Motor phase 2 -
Motor cable
PE
PE conductor
The PE conductor is connected to
the enclosure.
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7 Description of Connections
JetMove 108
X1 - Voltage Supply and Stepper Motor Connections
Connected with
Enclosure
+VMOT
+VMOT
+
24 / 48V DC
+VLOG
+
24 V DC
+3V
VLOG
DC
0V
GND
DC
DSP Controller
X1
Fig. 17: X1 - Stepper motor connection
Important!
Alternative measures to avoid malfunctions of the control system and the motor:
Operate the brake through a separately shielded brake line.
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JetMove 108
7.5 2-Phase Stepper Motor
7.5.1
Stepper motor control
The stepper motor at the JetMove 108 is controlled by sine-wave commutation
(maximum microstep mode). Thus, the noise typical for classic stepper motor
controls cannot be heard, not even at lowest speeds.
As any other motor types connected to JetMove amplifiers, the stepper motor is also
programmed in millimeters or degrees instead of steps, related to load.
The motor speed can be calculated by the following formula:
60s--------min
n = ------------  v
360----------RPM
Speed n in RPM
Speed v in °/s
The JetMove 108 has been designed for bipolar operation, i.e. it is possible to let the
current flow through the motor winding in both directions. For this purpose, a bridge
connection as shown in Fig. 18 is fit best.
+
A
-AB
-B
DC Link
Voltage
Ub
Fig. 18: Bipolar circuit for 2-phase-stepper motors
This way it is possible to limit the number of connections between motor control and
motor to two per phase (plus PE) with the help of series or parallel connection of the
partial windings in or at the motor.
In order to achieve reliable positioning, a defined constant moment must be
mustered up to a speed value as high as possible.
This must be achieved by adequate controlling. The procedure applied here is
constant current operation with vector control. Constant current operation has been
made possible by the development of switching controller technology and by making
efficient and fast transistors available. Vector control is made use of within the
JetMove 2xx series for servo motor control.
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7 Description of Connections
The following entirety of vectors limit constant current operation:
1. Independent of the speed, a certain voltage is needed for having the set current
overcome the resistance of the phase. :
U1 = R  I
Where:
Continuous rated current I in Ampere [A]
Resistance R per phase in Ohm [  ]
2. Dependent on the speed, a certain voltage is needed for reversing the polarity of
the motor current. This voltage is calculated as follows:
U2 =   L  I
Where:
Continuous rated current I in Ampere [A]
Inductivity L per phase in [Vs/A]
Angular velocity  in [rad/s]
The angular velocity  of a stepper motor is:
min
RPM
 = 2f = 2  Z P  ----------  n = 2  Z P  -------------  v
60s
360°
Where:
Pole pair number Z P = 50
Speed n in [RPM]
Angular velocity v in [°/s]
3. When the motor is rotating, the influence of the EMF (Electro-Motive Force) can
be realized as well. It is opposed to the operating voltage and decreases the
effective voltage during power build-up; power build-up, which is speeded up by
the EMF, though.
Theoretically, the motor can be driven to about the same speed which is needed for
the vector sum U S to just compensate the phase voltage. Above this speed, the
motor cannot be driven any more.
LI
RI
US
U EMF
Fig. 19: Addition of voltage in a synchronous machine
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JetMove 108
7.5 2-Phase Stepper Motor
The maximum phase voltage is calculated out of the DC link voltage as follows:
+V MOT
U S = ----------------2
Thus, the maximum speed depends on the operating voltage. For this reason, the
operating voltage should, in general, amount to 48 V.
7.5.2
Acceleration and deceleration
If a stepper motor without actual position feedback is used, exceeding the maximum
possible torque of the motor must by all means be inhibited. Therefore, acceleration
and deceleration should be carried out by linear ramps.
A linear ramp results in constant acceleration of motor and load. For this purpose, a
constant motor torque is required. The degree of a possible acceleration depends on
the available torque.
n
Start
Stop
t
Fig. 20: Acceleration via linear ramp
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7 Description of Connections
7.6
LinMot
LinMot motor models by NTI AG are typically designed for power supply and encoder
feedback in one cable. These cables feature a double shielding with encoder signal
lines running within the inner shield. The motor lines and the inner shield are
protected by the outer shield.
Specification of Terminal X1
•
•
•
•
8-pin screw clamping terminal (type MC 1.5/ 8-ST-3.5)
Diameter of the cable apt for connecting: 0.14 - 1.5 mm2
with bootlace ferrules and plastic sleeve: 0.25 - 1 mm2
Bladed screw-driver: 0.4 x 2.5 mm
Stud torque for the screw clamping terminal: 0.22 Nm
Specification of the Motor Cable
•
•
•
•
•
•
Cable size: 4 * 1.0 mm²
Material: Copper
Temperature class: 60 °C
Stripping length of cores: 6 mm
Cable shielding: Braided copper shield of 80 % coverage min.
Maximum cable length: 25 m
Motor Connection
Terminals X1 on the
amplifier side
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Signal
Core Color
U2
Motor phase 1+
red
Motor cable
V2
Motor phase 1 -
pink
Motor cable
W2
Motor phase 2+
blue
Motor cable
Ballast
Motor phase 2 -
gray
Motor cable
PE
PE conductor
Shield
Specification
The PE conductor is
connected to the
enclosure.
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JetMove 108
7.6 LinMot
JetMove 108
X1 - Power supply and LinMot connection
connected with
enclosure
+VMOT
+VMOT
+
24 / 48V DC
+VLOG
+
24 V DC
+3V
VLOG
DC
0V
GND
DC
DSP Controller
X1
Fig. 21: X1 - LinMot connection
Specification of the Encoder Cable
•
•
•
•
•
Jetter AG
Cable cross-sectional area of at least 3 * 0.14 mm²
with separate shielding
Material: Copper
Temperature class: 60 °C
Maximum cable length: 25 m
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7 Description of Connections
LinMot Encoder Cable
JetMove 108
(male SUB-D connector
X61)
Shield
Cable specification
Maximum cable length:
1
6
11
5
10
15
25 m
Shield
Attaching screws must
have a metric thread!
Connect shield with the
greatest possible surface
area!
Use metallized housing
only!
Pin
Signal
Core Color
5
Sine
amber
4
Cosine
green
1
Voltage output
(5 volts)
white
11
0V
inner shield
Shield
Shielding
outer shield
Note 1!
Supply voltage +5 V at the JetMove 108:
Due to conduction loss, a lower voltage might be supplied to the encoder.
Note 2!
The LinMotor motor cable features double shielding. Do not connect both
shields with each other. The inner shield is used as 0 V line. Connect it to
0 V signals only! The outer shield must be connected to the shielding
terminal of the Sub-D connector.
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JetMove 108
7.7 Connection of the Resolver
7.7
Connection of the Resolver
7.7.1
Specification
Specification of the Connector for Terminal X61 (ENCODER)
•
•
15-pin high density SUB-D connector (male)
Metallized enclosure
Specification of the Resolver Cable
•
•
•
•
•
•
Cable cross-sectional area of at least 3 * 2 * 0.14 mm²
Cores have to be shielded and twisted in pairs and have to be included in an
overall shielding
The shield must be connected to the connector housings on both ends of the
cable with the greatest possible surface area.
Material: Copper
Temperature class: 60 °C
Maximum cable length: 50 m
7.7.2
Resolver Cable With Mating Connector
The pre-fabricated resolver cable is used with the variants “Motor with male
connector” on page 54 and “Motor with screw clamping terminals and cables with
male connectors” on page 54.
Note!
The resolver respectively HIPERFACE mating connector of the synchronous
servo motor series JH, JL and JK can be ordered from Jetter AG by supplying the
following particulars:
Article # 15100069
Resolver / HIPERFACE
The complete resolver cable connecting the servo amplifier JetMove 108 and the
synchronous servo motor series JL1 and JH2 can be obtained from Jetter AG.
The resolver cable can be ordered by submitting the following cable
specifications and the respective cable length in cm:
KAY_0623_xxxx
Jetter AG
For the servo amplifier series JetMove 108
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7 Description of Connections
Resolver-Cable of KAY_0623_xxxx
JetMove 108
(male SUB-D
connector X61)
1
5
10
15
6
11
Shield
Motor (Resolver)
(female, solder
side)
solder side
Shield
Attaching screws
must have a metric
thread!
52
mating
connector
19
3 * 2 * 0.14 mm2
26
9
8
solder side
1
7 12 10 2
6 11 3
5
4
Connect shield with the greatest
possible surface area!
Use metallized housing only!
Pin
Signal
Core Color
Pin
4
Cosine +
brown
1
14
Cosine -
White
2
15
Sine -
amber
3
5
Sine +
green
4
9
R1 (exciter
winding +)
pink
5
10
R2 (exciter
winding -)
gray
6
Unassigned
-
7 - 12
Dimensions of the resolver mating connector are specified in millimeters.
Mating connector of the resolver (solder side)
Fig. 22: RC series mating connector of the resolver (internal thread M23)
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JetMove 108
7.7 Connection of the Resolver
7.7.3
Resolver Cable Without Mating
Connector
The resolver cable is used for the variant “Motor with screw clamping terminals and
cables with male connectors” on page 55.
Resolver Cable at the Motor
JetMove 108
(male SUB-D
connector
X61)
1
6
11
Shield
Motor (Resolver)
5
10
15
Shield
Jetter AG
Attaching screws must
have a metric thread!
Connect shield with the
greatest possible
surface area!
Use metallized
housing only!
Pin
Signal
Core Color
4
Cosine +
brown
14
Cosine -
White
5
Sine +
amber
15
Sine -
green
9
R1 (exciter winding +)
pink
10
R2 (exciter winding -)
gray
Thermal circuitbreaker
red
Thermal circuitbreaker
blue
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7.8
Sin- / Cos-Encoder Connection
7.8.1
Specification
Specification of the Connector for Terminal X61 (ENCODER)
•
•
15-pin high density SUB-D connector (male)
Metallized enclosure
Sin-Cos Encoder Cable Specifications
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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Cable cross-sectional area of at least 3 * 2 * 0.14 mm² + 2 * 0.25 mm² min.
2 * 0.25 mm² must be used for the power supply unit and for GND
Twisted-pair cables shielded with the all-over shield must be used; the signal lines
must also be twisted in pairs:
Sine + and reference sine
Cosine + and reference cosine
Index + and reference index
0 V and voltage supply
The shield must be connected to the connector housings on both ends of the
cable with the greatest possible surface area.
Material: Copper
Temperature class: 60 °C
Maximum cable length: 50 m
Jetter AG
JetMove 108
7.8 Sin- / Cos-Encoder Connection
Sin-Cos Encoder Cable
JetMove 108
(male SUB-D connector
X61)
Shield
Cable specification
Maximum cable length:
1
6
11
5
10
15
100 m
Shield
Attaching screws must
have a metric thread!
Connect shield with the
greatest possible surface
area!
Use metallized housing
only!
Pin
Signal
5
Sine +
15
Reference sine
4
Cosine +
14
Reference cosine
7
Index +
8
Reference index
1
Voltage output
(5 volts)
Imax = 350 mA
6
Voltage output
(24 volts)
Imax = 300 mA
11
0V
Note 1!
Supply voltage +5 V at the JetMove 108:
Due to conduction loss, a lower voltage might be supplied to the encoder.
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7 Description of Connections
Sin-Cos Encoder
+ 5V
JetMove 105
0V
X61:
Sin+
15-pin
SUB-D connector Cos+
Index+
SinCosIndex-
1
11
5
4
7
15
14
8
+ 5V
0V
Sin+
Cos+
Index+
SinCosIndex-
Fig. 23: Sin/Cos encoder connection
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JetMove 108
7.9 Connection of the Incremental Encoder
7.9
Connection of the Incremental
Encoder
7.9.1
Specification
Specification of the Connector for Terminal X61 (ENCODER)
•
•
15-pin high density SUB-D connector (male)
Metallized enclosure
Specification of the Incremental Encoder Cable
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Jetter AG
Cable cross-sectional area of at least 3 * 2 * 0.14 mm² + 2 * 0.25 mm² min.
2 * 0.25 mm² must be used for the power supply unit and for GND
Twisted-pair cables shielded with the all-over shield must be used; the signal lines
must also be twisted in pairs:
K0 + and K0 K1 + and K1 K2 + and K2 0 V and voltage supply
The shield must be connected to the connector housings on both ends of the
cable with the greatest possible surface area.
Material: Copper
Temperature class: 60 °C
Maximum cable length: 50 m
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7 Description of Connections
Incremental encoder cable
JetMove 108
(male SUB-D connector
X61)
Shield
Specification
of the cable
Encoder signal:
1
6
11
5
10
15
5 V differential signal
or
5 V single-ended
Shield
Maximum cable length:
Attaching screws must
have a metric thread!
100 m
Connect shield with the
greatest possible surface
area!
Use metallized housing
only!
Pin
Signal
2
K1+
12
K1-
3
K2
13
K2-
7
K0
8
K0-
1
Voltage output
(5 volts)
Imax = 350 mA
6
Voltage output
(24 volts)
Imax = 300 mA
11
0V
Note 1!
Supply voltage +5 V at the JetMove 108:
Due to conduction loss, a lower voltage might be supplied to the encoder.
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JetMove 108
7.9 Connection of the Incremental Encoder
Note 2!
Bus Terminating Resistor
In case of differential connection, a bus terminating resistor of 120 ohms each
must be installed at a cable length of 10 m or more between K0+ and K0-, K1+
and K1-, as well as K2+ and K2-.
Note 3!
Single-ended connection:
In case of single-ended connection, only signals K0+, K1+ and K2+ are used.
Signals K0-, K1- and K2- must not be connected.
Inc remental enc oder
+ 5V
JetMove 105
0V
X61:
K1+
15-pin
SUB-D c onnec tor K2+
K0+
K1K2K0-
1
11
2
3
7
12
13
8
5V
+ 5V
0V
K1
K2
K0
K1K2K0-
Fig. 24: Incremental encoder connection
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7 Description of Connections
7.10
Digital and Analog Inputs and
Outputs
Specification of the Female Connector for Male Connector X62
(IN / OUT)
•
•
•
15-pin high density SUB-D connector (female)
Metallized enclosure
For using the analog inputs, shielding is required
Input / Output Cable
JetMove 108
(female Sub-D
connector X62)
Shield
Specification
of the cable
If the analog input is
used:
5
10
15
1
6
11
Shield
Attaching screws must
have a metric thread!
Pin
Signal
1
0V
2
Brake
Description
Specification
*)
Contacts for the motor
holding brake
The brake output can be
operated either by the
control program or by the
operating system of the
JetMove 108 at release of
the motor current.
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Connect shield with the
greatest possible
surface area!
Use metallized
housing only!
The internal
semiconductor switch
connects the +VLOG
with the output pin.
Imax = DC 0.5 A
Contact: N/O
The JetMove 108 is
equipped with an internal
freewheeling diode.
These connections are
only for devices having
got the same reference
to ground as the power
supply of the logic.
3
Analog input+
Analog signal
0 - 10 V to pin 4
4
Analog input-
Reference of the analog
signal
not connected with
0 V of the motion
system
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JetMove 108
7.10 Digital and Analog Inputs and Outputs
5-6
0V
7-9
Reserved
10
0V
11
Hardware
enable for the
power supply of
the motor
(input)
Ground
Do not use
Ground
•
•
12
Reference
switch
(input)
*)
•
*)
At this input, a high
signal is necessary for
power supply of the
motor. (This signal
must have been
applied before carrying
out the software
enable)
A low signal deenergizes the motor
immediately.
•
•
Depending on the
parameter setting, this
input is used for
reference run
•
•
•
•
DC 20 ... 30 V
Input resistance: 3
KOhm
Operating point:
< 4 V low,
> 14 V high
DC 20 ... 30 V
Input resistance: 3
KOhm
Operating point:
< 4 V low,
> 14 V high
NC or NO contact
13
Positive limit
switch (input)
•
Depending on the
parameter setting, this
input is used as a
positive limit switch.
•
•
•
DC 20 ... 30 V
Input resistance: 3
KOhm
Operating point:
< 4 V low,
> 14 V high
NC or NO contact
14
Negative limit
switch (input)
•
Depending on the
parameter setting, this
input is used as a
negative limit switch.
•
•
•
DC 20 ... 30 V
Input resistance: 3
KOhm
Operating point:
< 4 V low,
> 14 V high
NC or NO contact
15
Digital input
•
Depending on the
parameter setting, this
input can be used for
quick stop, position
capture or referencing
without stop.
•
•
•
DC 20 ... 30 V
Input resistance: 3
KOhm
Operating point:
< 4 V low,
> 14 V high
*) is connected to the ground of the control system.
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7.11
Jetter System Bus
The JetMove 108 is interlinked with the controller, additional JetMove amplifiers, or
Jetter peripheral modules by means of the Jetter system bus. The system bus input
BUS-IN is a 9-pin male Sub-D connector, and the bus output BUS-OUT is a 9-pin
female Sub-D connector.
7.11.1 JETTER System Bus Cable Specification
Specification of Connectors
On the BUS-OUT (X19) side
• 9-pin male SUB-D connector
• Metallized enclosure
On the BUS-IN (X18) side
• 9-pin female SUB-D connector
• Metallized enclosure
System Bus Cable Specification
The following minimum requirements apply to the manufacture of the system bus
cable:
System Bus Cable - Technical Data
Description
Querschnitt / Wire cross
section
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Description
1 MBaud:
0.25 - 0.34 mm2
500 kBaud:
0.34 - 0.50 mm2
250 kBaud:
0.34 - 0.60 mm2
125 kBaud:
0.50 - 0.60 mm2
Cable capacitance
maximum 60 pF/m
Resistivity
1 MBaud:
maximum 70  /km
500 kBaud:
maximum 60  /km
250 kBaud:
maximum 60  /km
125 kBaud:
maximum 60  /km
Number of cores
5
Shield
Complete shielding, no paired shielding
Twisting
Core pair CL and CH twisted
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Allowed cable lengths
Baud rate
Max. cable
length
Max. tap line
length
Max. overall tap
line length
1 MBaud
30 m
0.3 m
3m
500 kBaud
100 m
1m
39 m
250 kBaud
200 m
3m
78 m
125 kBaud
200 m
-
-
System Bus Cable of Cable Confection # 0530
Shield
Shield
Jetter AG
Shield
BUS-OUT
Connect shield with the greatest
possible surface area!
Use metallized housing only!
BUS-IN
Pin
Signal
Pin
1
CMODE0
1
2
CL
2
3
GND
3
4
CMODE1
4
5
TERM
5
6
Unassigned
6
7
CH
7
8
Unassigned
8
9
Do not connect
9
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Status Monitoring
The output stage LEDs indicate the operating status of the digital servo amplifier.
Type:
Jetter AG
Gräterstrasse 2
D-71642 Ludwigsburg
JM-108
Input Ratings:
Power Supply:
Output Ratings:
Rev.:
X1
SUPPLY & MOTOR
Jetter
Part No.: 10000749
1 * 24-48VDC
Current:
16A
Voltage:
3 * 17-34VAC, 0-400Hz
Motor Current:
3 * 8A
Enclosure Rating:
U2
V2
W2
BALLAST
PE
+Vmot
+Vlog
0V
IP20
Ambient Temperature:
Made in Germany
AXARR
ERR
X61
ENCODER
0 - 40°C, 32 - 104°F
X18
BUS IN
X62
IN / OUT
X19
BUS OUT
LEDs
Fig. 25: Status monitoring LEDs at the JetMove 108
JetMove 108 - LEDs
LED
Color
State
Description
AXARR
Green
Is lit
Axis is standing still (RPM = 0)
ERR
Red
Is lit
An error has occurred. The control unit
of the servo amplifier is locked, error
can be acknowledged.
AXARR
Green
Off
ERR
Red
Is lit for 1 s
AXARR
Green
Flashing
ERR
Red
Is lit
OS is Active:
Boot Phase:
The OS is being checked.
OS Update:
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The OS is being programmed.
OS update is active.
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Note!
The ERR display of the output stage indicates the operating and fault conditions
of the digital servo amplifier JetMove 108. The different fault conditions are
displayed in Motion Setup in JetSym.
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9.1 Error Messages
9
Diagnostics
9.1
Error Messages
Note!
The ERR display of the output stage indicates the operating and fault conditions
of the digital servo amplifier JetMove 108. The different fault conditions are
displayed in Motion Setup.
Error Message Table - JetMove 108
Error
number
Type of error
Description
Response to
faults
Troubleshooting
F 00
Hardwar error
Internal hardware
defect
– Immediate
controller
disable
– Separate the drive
controller from the
power lines
– Return the amplifier for
repair
F03
Motor cable
breakage
The motor cable is
broken.
– Immediate
amplifier
disable
– Check the motor cable
connections
– Acknowledge failure
Be careful:
The motor cable is
tested when the
servo controller is
enabled for the first
time
F 04
Overvoltage in the
DC link
A DC link voltage of
>60 V has been
detected
– Immediate
controller
disable
– Check input voltage
supply
– If the motor is used as
generator, reduce the
regenerating power.
– Acknowledge failure
F 05
Over-current
The output current
has been greater
than 2.5 x the rated
current or ground
fault during
operation
– Immediate
controller
disable
– Check cable and motor
for a short circuit and
ground fault
– Check current control
parameters. If
necessary, correct
parameters.
– Acknowledge failure
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Error Message Table - JetMove 108
Error
number
Type of error
Description
Response to
faults
Troubleshooting
F 07
Amplifier
overtemperature
The amplifier has
reached the
maximum
temperature
– Immediate
controller
disable
– Let the amplifier cool
down
– After cooling down,
acknowledge failure
– Reduce power of the
motion system
F 09
Encoder failure
Encoder breakage
or initialization error
– Immediate
controller
disable
– For extended
diagnostics purposes
use Motion Setup
– Check the encoder line
and all plug-in
connections
– Acknowledge failure
F 10
Overspeed
The actual shaft
speed has
exceeded a value of
1.25 x maximum
speed
– Immediate
controller
disable
– Check motor and
encoder connections
– Check speed controller
parameters. If
necessary, modify
parameters
– Acknowledge failure
F 11
Current overrange
A current
temporarily too high
has been detected.
– Immediate
controller
disable
– Reduce Kp of the
current controller by 10
... 20 %
– Acknowledge failure
F 15
The hardware
enable is missing
The software enable
is given without a
hardware enable.
– Immediate
controller
disable
– Disable the drive by
means of the software
– Acknowledge failure
F 17
Software limit
switch has been
actuated
Actual position is
outside the
programmed range
and a software limit
switch has tripped
– Stop at max.
current (max.
torque)
– Check target position
– Acknowledge failure
– Return the axis to a
position within the
software travel limits
(monitoring of software
limit switches is reenabled automatically
at entering this range)
F 18
Hardware limit
switch has been
actuated
One hardware limit
switch has tripped
– Stop at max.
current (max.
torque)
– Check target position
– Check reference
position
– Acknowledge failure
– Return the axis to a
position within the
machine travel limits
(monitoring of hardware
limit switches is reenabled automatically
at entering this range)
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9.1 Error Messages
Error Message Table - JetMove 108
Error
number
Type of error
Description
Response to
faults
Troubleshooting
F 20
Undervoltage in
the DC link
The DC link voltage
is less than the set
minimum value.
(default: 10 V)
– Stop with
emergency
deceleration
ramp
– Check the supply
voltage
– Check the parameter
"UZK min. trip"
– Acknowledge failure
F 21
Overvoltage DC
link voltage
The DC link voltage
has exceeded the
set maximum value
(default: 60 V)
– Stop with
emergency
deceleration
ramp
– Check the supply
voltage
– In generator operation
reduce braking power
– Acknowledge failure
F 22
Drive stalled
The drive could not
overcome the n = 0
threshold within the
time limit specified
by the parameter
"blocking-triping
time"
– Immediate
controller
disable
– Eliminate the cause of
stalling
– Acknowledge failure
F 23
Tracking error
The tracking error
has exceeded the
limit defined in the
parameter "tracking
error limit" for the
time specified in
"tracking window
time"
– Stop with
emergency
deceleration
ramp
– Check the drive
mechanism
– Check steepness of
acceleration/
deceleration ramps and
amplifier parameters in
relation to the
parameters "tracking
error limit" and "tracking
error window time"
– Acknowledge failure
F 30
I²t Error
The average power
loss of the motor has
been greater than
the max. value
configured by
nominal motor
current, overload
factor and motor
time constant.
Refer “I²t
Calculation” on
page 38
– Immediate
controller
disable
– Let the motor cool down
– Acknowledge failure
– Check the configuration
of nominal motor
current, overload factor
and motor time
constant
– Reduce the average
load of the motor
F 38
Asymmetric
encoder signal
The amplitudes of
the analog sinecosine signals are
not identical.
– Immediate
controller
disable
– Check wiring or
encoder signals
– Acknowledge failure
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Error Message Table - JetMove 108
Error
number
Type of error
Description
Response to
faults
Troubleshooting
F 39
Error at
commutation
finding
Measuring the
commutation offset
could not be
completed with
results being
guaranteed.
– Immediate
controller
disable
– Check parametering
– Check wiring or
encoder signal
– Acknowledge failure
F40
Overload of motor
holding brake
The internal
semiconductor
switch signals
overload (current >>
0.5 A).
– Stop with
emergency
deceleration
ramp
– Check wiring or motor
holding brake
– Acknowledge failure
9.2
Alarms
If the ERR LED is flashing, one or several alarms have been detected. To find the
root cause, check the alarms in the Motion Setup, or through querying by means of
motion instructions in the application program.
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Wiring Diagrams
3
12
13
14
6
9
1
5
X19
BUS OUT
Bus cable leading
to the next
station
JetMove
108
X18
BUS IN
Bus cable coming
from the preceding
station
1
2
11
X62
IN / OUT
0V
BR
E
R
L+
L-
X61
Encoder
5
10
15
X1
Supply & Motor
1
V2
U2
9
BL
15
PE
5
W2
4
Vmot
0V
14
Vlog
6
11
6
S3 S1 S2 S4 R1 R2
Br +
Br 24 V
RBL
4
24 V
5
Gnd
Contactor
24 V
M
1
Br +
Br -
R
48 V
2
PE
N
L
Gnd
Fig. 26: Wiring diagram - JetMove 108
See also chapter 7 "Description of Connections", page 43.
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Key to the Wiring Diagram:
1
Motor
2
Motor holding brake (option)
3
If a motor holding brake is used, an external free-wheeling
diode must be installed.
4
Ballast resistor
5
Position encoder (resolver or Sin/Cos encoder)
LN
Contactor
C
D
V
8
4
V
0
C
D
V
4
2
V
0
e
v
o
M0
t1
e
J
g
o
l
V
+
e
v
o
M0
t1
e
J
g
o
l
V
+
8
t
o
m
V
+
t
o
m
V
+
t
o
m
V
+
e
v
o
M0
t1
e
J
g
o
l
V
+
8
8
V
0
V
0
V
0
V
0
Fig. 27: Usage of short-circuit breakers when several JetMove 108 are
connected.
The short-circuit breakers must be rated at the cross-section of the installed cables.
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11.1 List of Documentation
11
Ordering Information
11.1
List of Documentation
The documents listed below have been supplied on the website of Jetter AG at http:/
/www.jetter.de/Support for download.
Programming
jetmove_2xx_at_jetcontrol_bi_xxxx_user_information.pdf
Register description and parametering example
Item # 60866114
11.2
Jetter AG
Device
Designation
Description
Item #
JM-108
Digital Servo Amplifier
10000749
Replacement for motor
connector
8-pin male connector, 3.5 mm pitch,
threaded
Phoenix ordering information:
MC 1.5/ 8-STF-3.5 (1847181)
60872945
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11.3
Motor power cable with mating
connector SC
Connecting cables for Jetter motors without brake:
The power cable for motors without brake of the designation KAY_0626_xxxx can be
ordered in the following standard lengths in meters:
1
1.2
1.5
2
2.5
3
3.5
4
4.5
5
5.5
6
6.5
7
7.5
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
20
22
24
25
30
50
The order reference xxxx designates the length in cm.
For example: A resolver cable of 5 meters length has got the designation
KAY_0626_0500.
Connecting cables for Jetter motors with brake:
The power cable for motors with brake of the designation KAY_0626_xxxx can be
ordered in the following standard lengths in meters:
1
1.2
1.5
2
2.5
3
3.5
4
4.5
5
5.5
6
6.5
7
7.5
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
20
22
24
25
30
50
The order reference xxxx designates the length in cm.
For example: A resolver cable of 5 meters length has got the designation
KAY_0624_0500.
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11.4 Resolver Cable
11.4
Resolver Cable
The resolver cable of the designation KAY_0623_xxxx can be ordered in the
following standard lengths in meters:
1
1.2
1.5
2
2.5
3
3.5
4
4.5
5
5.5
6
6.5
7
7.5
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
20
22
24
25
30
50
The order reference xxxx designates the length in cm.
A resolver cable of 5 meters length has got the designation KAY_0623_0500.
11.5
System Bus Cable
Jetter system bus connecting cable:
Length 0.2 m:
Cable confection # 0530 0.2m
Article # 10309001
Length 0.5 m:
Cable confection # 0530 0.5m
Article # 10309002
Length 1.0 m
Cable confection # 0530 1.0m
Article # 10309003
Length 1.5 m
Cable confection # 0530 1.5m
Article # 10309004
Length 2.0 m
Cable confection # 0530 2.0m
Article # 10309006
Length 2.5 m
Cable confection # 0530 2.5m
Article # 10309016
Length 3.0 m
Cable confection # 0530 3.0m
Article # 10309015
Length 4.0 m
Cable confection # 0530 4.0m
Article # 10309007
Length 5.0 m
Cable confection # 0530 5.0m
Article # 10309008
Other lengths can be obtained on request.
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Appendix
Appendix
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Appendix
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Appendix
Appendices
of
List
Appendix A: Recent revisions
Original version.
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Appendix
Appendix B: Glossary
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AC
Alternating Current
CE
Communautés Européenes
European Union
DC
Direct Current
DIN
Deutsches Institut für Normung e.V.
DSP
Digital Signal Processor
EU
European Union
EC Low Voltage
Directive
To be considered when using electric devices of a rated
voltage between 50 and 1,000 V AC and between 75
and 1,500 V DC.
Electro-Magnetic
Compatibility (EMC)
Definition according to the EMC regulations:
"EMC is the ability of a device to function in a
satisfactory way in an electro-magnetic environment
without causing electromagnetic disturbances itself,
which would be unbearable for other devices in this
environment."
EN
Europäische Norm, that is: European Standard
ESD
Electrostatic Discharge
Hazard analysis
Excerpt from the Machinery Directive:
The manufacturer is under an obligation to assess the
hazards in order to identify all of those which apply to his
machine; he must then design and construct it taking
account of his assessment.
Hardware enable
Before the axis can be started up by software enable,
hardware or pulse enable has to be active. This means
that a high signal (24 V) has to be connected to the
enable input or inputs (restart lockout).
HIPERFACE
High Performance Interface
HIPERFACE designates a sensor-transducer system
by Sick / Stegmann. The SinCos motor feedback
system with the standardised HIPERFACE interface is
often used in digital drive technology. Unlike the
resolver, the SinCos motor feedback system with
HIPERFACE interface contains electronic components.
Over several motor rotations, a HIPERFACE will report
the absolute position values; this cannot be performed
by a resolver. A HIPERFACE is far more precise than a
resolver, but also more expensive.
IEC
International Eectrotechnical Commission
IGBT
Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor
IP
International Protection
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JetMove
JetMove is the product designation of a digital servo
amplifier series produced by Jetter AG,
e.g. JetMove D203 where
– D stands for "Dual", in the sense of controlling two
motors
– 203 identifies a rated current of 3 A
Jetter system bus
The Jetter system bus is a system-bus system with a
cable length of max. 200 m, and a data transmission
rate of 1 Mbit/s. In addition to this, the Jetter system bus
is highly immune to interferences. Therefore, the Jetter
system bus is suited to realise field bus applications in
a limited space.
JetWeb
Control technology comprising control systems, motion
systems, user interfaces, visualization devices, remote
I/Os and industrial PCs. Programming by means of
multitasking and a modern sequence-oriented
language. Communication by means of Ethernet TCP/
IP and making use of the Web technologies.
Motor circuit-breaker
A circuit-breaker with monitoring functions of phases
and temperature of a motor.
NN
Normal Null, that is "above sea level"
PE
Protective Earth , resp. "Protective Earth Conductor"
Resolver
Feedback unit at a servo motor for determining the
absolute position within one revolution. Other than a
HIPERFACE, the resolver will not provide any
information on how many revolutions the motor has
performed so far.
A resolver could be envisaged as a transformer; the
couplings of its secondary windings (sine and cosine)
change in relation to the position of the motor shaft.
Basically, a resolver consists of a rotor with one coil and
a stator with two coils. The stator windings are
displaced by 90° (sine and cosine). The resolver itself
does not contain any electronic components.
SELV
Safe Extra Low Voltage:
Voltage, which, under all operating conditions will not
exceed a peak or DC voltage of 42.4 V. This voltage is
either measured between two conductors or between
one conductor and earth.
The circuit, in which this voltage occurs, must be
separated from the mains power supply by a safety
isolating transformer or some equivalent.
Software Enable
A superordinated controller issues a software command
to enable an axis, which causes the motor to be
energized. Hardware enable (restart lockage) has to be
there before giving the software enable.
SUB-D
Type name of a plug-in connector
tr/th
time rise / time hold: "rise time of a pulse / total hold
time of a pulse"
101
Appendix
tr/tn
time rise / time normal: "rise time of a pulse / total
duration of a pulse"
TN network
Supply network which is solidly earthed in the neutral
point and which is equipped with a protective earth
conductor.
TT network
Supply network which is solidly earthed in the neutral
point, yet, which is not equipped with a protective earth
conductor. Earthing is carried out by means of a local
protective earth.
UL
Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
VDE
Verband deutscher Elektrotechniker e.V.= Association
of German Electrical Engineers
DC link voltage
DC circuit within a servo drive on the basis of which the
motor currents are generated.
NAT
Transition temperature, at which the thermal sensor
changes by several K within a range of +/- 5 K  .
Units:
102
A
Ampere
mA
Milliampere (1 mA = 10-3 A)
dB
Dezibel
g
gram
h
Hour
Hz
Hertz
K
Kelvin
m
Meter
cm
Centimeter (1 cm = 10-2 m)
mm
Millimeter (1 mm = 10-3 m)
s
Second
V
Volt
µV
Microvolt (1 µV = 10-6 V)
W
Watt

Ohm
°C
Degrees centigrade (temperature unit)
°
Degrees (angular dimension)
Ws, J
Watt seconds, Joule
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Appendix
Appendix C: List of Illustrations
Fig. 1:
Fig. 2:
Fig. 3:
Fig. 4:
Fig. 5:
Fig. 6:
Fig. 7:
Fig. 8:
Fig. 9:
Fig. 10:
Fig. 11:
Fig. 12:
Fig. 13:
Fig. 14:
Fig. 15:
Fig. 16:
Fig. 17:
Fig. 18:
Fig. 19:
Fig. 20:
Fig. 21:
Fig. 22:
Fig. 23:
Fig. 24:
Fig. 25:
Fig. 26:
Fig. 27:
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Shielding of SUB-D connectors in conformity with EMC standards
18
Shielding of screw terminals to EMC standards
18
Recommended mounting
21
Mounting holes in the enclosure
22
Physical Dimensions - JetMove 108
33
Block Diagram of Drive Controller Structure
41
Configuration of the power supply unit for motor operating voltage
43
Terminal X1 - Recommended inrush current limitation
44
Terminal X1 - Alternative inrush current limitation
45
X1 - Supply Voltage
51
X1 - Servo motor connection
53
Motor with male connector
54
Motor with cables and male connectors
54
Motor with cable and without a male connector
55
View on the SC series mating connector of the motor (internal thread M23)
56
X1 - DC motor connection
62
X1 - Stepper motor connection
64
Bipolar circuit for 2-phase-stepper motors
65
Addition of voltage in a synchronous machine
66
Acceleration via linear ramp
67
X1 - LinMot connection
69
RC series mating connector of the resolver (internal thread M23)
72
Sin/Cos encoder connection
76
Incremental encoder connection
79
Status monitoring LEDs at the JetMove 108
85
Wiring diagram - JetMove 108
91
Usage of short-circuit breakers when several JetMove 108 are connected.
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Appendix
Appendix D: Index
A
Accessories
19
Alarms
90
C
14, 53, 62, 64
Modifications
12
Motor Power Cable
KAY_0624_xxxx
58
KAY_0626_xxxx
57
permanently connected with the
motor
59, 60
Commissioning
Safety Instructions
25
Motor winding isolation
Compatible servo motors
37
Mounting Orientation
Connection diagram
91
Contact Assignment
Motor
Power supply
52, 61, 63, 68
50
Convection
20
D
Description of Symbols
5
Dimensions
33
Disposal
13
Drive Controller Specification
42
E
Earthing procedure
15
Electrical Specification
35
I
Information Signs
14
Installation
Electrical
Mechanical
23
20
Installation - checking
24
Installation to EMC rules
23
Instructions on EMI
16
Intended Conditions of Use
11
J
JetMove 108 - LEDs
20, 28
N
Noise immunity
16
O
Operating Parameters
Electrical Safety
EMC
Emitted interference
Immunity to interference
Environment
Mechanical Parameters
Power Rating
28
29
30
27
28
27
53
P
Personnel Qualification
12
Physical Dimensions
33
PWM frequency
42
R
Repair
13
Residual Dangers
Hot surfaces
15, 49
Mech. force
16
Potentially explosive atmosphere 15
Resolver Cable
KAY_0623_xxxx
permanently connected with the
motor
72
73
85
S
M
Maintenance
23
Oscillating of the motor
Error Message Table - JetMove 108 87
104
Malfunctions
13
Scope of delivery
19
Sine/cosine encoder
42
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Appendix
System Bus Cable
Cable confection # 530
Specification
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Jetter AG
Graeterstrasse 2
D-71642 Ludwigsburg
Germany
Phone:
Phone Sales:
Telefax
Sales:
Hotline:
Internet:
E-mail:
+49 7141 2550-0
+49 7141 2550-433
+49 7141 2550-484
+49 7141 2550-444
http://www.jetter.de
[email protected]
Jetter Subsidiaries
Jetter Schweiz AG
Jetter USA Inc.
Henauer Str. 2
CH-9524 Zuzwil
13075 US Highway 19 North
Florida - 33764 Clearwater
Switzerland
U.S.A.
Phone:
Telefax:
E-mail:
Internet:
Phone:
Telefax:
E-mail:
Internet:
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+41 71 91879-50
+41 71 91879-59
[email protected]
http://www.jetterag.ch
+1 727 532-8510
+1 727 532-8507
[email protected]
http://www.jetter.de
Jetter AG
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