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datasheet - Micronor Inc.
MR361 Series
Fiber Optic Transmission Link
For Incremental Encoders
Data Sheet and User Guide
Doc No: 98-0361-01
Revision C, Released 10/15/2015
MICRONOR INC.
900 Calle Plano, Suite K
Camarillo, CA 93012 USA
Tel +1-805-389-6600
Fax +1-805-389-6605
sales@micronor.com
www.micronor.com
For Sales & Support in Europe:
MICRONOR AG
Pumpwerkstrasse 32
CH-8105 Regensdorf
Switzerland
Tel +41-44-843-4020
Fax +41-44-843-4039
sales@micronor.ch
www.micronor.ch
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The design concepts and engineering details embodied in this manual, which are the property of
MICRONOR INC., are to be maintained in strict confidence; no element or detail of this manual is to
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Revision History
Revision
A
B
C
Date
8/11/2014
5/5/2015
Notes
Original Release (English), Author: DNH/Micronor Inc.
Part Number Correction
9770.30.170 should be 9770.30.160
10/15/2015 Updated with new Camarillo address, tel/fax
File Name
98-0361-01_MR361_Manual_RevisionC_Released_15-Oct-2015.docx
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Table of Contents
1. Product Description ................................................................ 4
1.1. Fiber Optic Transmission Link for Incremental Encoders................................................ 4
1.2. Fields of Application ........................................................................................................... 4
1.3. Features .............................................................................................................................. 5
2. Ordering Information ............................................................... 6
3. Standard Contents ................................................................... 6
4. Installation and Operation ...................................................... 7
4.1.
4.2.
4.3.
4.4.
Mounting Modules on DIN Rail.......................................................................................... 7
Fiber Optic Connections to the Modules .......................................................................... 8
Electrical Connections to the Module ............................................................................... 9
System Start-Up & Performance Check ..........................................................................10
5. Troubleshooting .................................................................... 12
5.1. Potential Issues & Solutions............................................................................................12
5.1.1. XMTR Power Green LED not ON when controller powered ....................................12
5.1.2. RCVR Link Status LED not ON when controller powered .......................................12
5.1.3. RCVR Link Status LED Blinks ...................................................................................12
5.1.4. RCVR Encoder Outputs not working but both LEDs On ..........................................12
5.2. Damaged In Shipment .....................................................................................................13
6.
7.
8.
9.
Warranty Information ............................................................ 14
Specifications ........................................................................ 15
Theory of Operation .............................................................. 17
Applications ........................................................................... 18
9.1. Using unused XMTR inputs for signaling inputs.............................................................18
10. Mechanical Reference Drawing ............................................ 19
Table of Figures
Figure 1. MR361 Series Fiber Optic Link shown in use with 24 VDC HTL/Push-Pull
Incremental Encoder and Medium Voltage Drive ................................................. 4
Figure 2. Modules mount on standard 35mm DIN rail ............................................... 7
Figure 3. Close up of DIN rail adapter on module ....................................................... 7
Figure 4. ST Optical Interface on Module ..................................................................... 8
Figure 5. Module shown with supplied Phoenix Combicon® Wiring Plugs ................ 8
Figure 6. How to terminate XMTR inputs or RCVR outputs .......................................10
Figure 7. Meaning of Status LED on XMTR and RCVR Modules ...............................11
Figure 8. Theory of Operation of MR361 Fiber Optic Encoder Link System ............17
Figure 9. How to use unused XMTR inputs for signaling inputs ...............................18
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1. Product Description
1.1. Fiber Optic Transmission Link for Incremental Encoders
Figure 1. MR361 Series Fiber Optic Link shown in use with 24 VDC HTL/Push-Pull
Incremental Encoder and Medium Voltage Drive
The MR361 series Fiber Optic Transmission Link System increases the reach of conventional electronicsbased rotary and linear incremental encoders up to distances of 2000 meters via a fiber optic link. This
solution allows clean optical transmission of sensitive encoder signals over long distances, through noisy
electrical areas or when routed in parallel with noisy VFD or High Voltage motor drive lines. The system
works with both optical and magnetic encoders and operates with complete transparency to the motion
control or motor drive system.
The system consists of a fiber optic transmitter (XMTR) and fiber optic receiver (RCVR) module. The
XMTR module multiplexes the user’s encoder’s quadrature output signals of the encoder into a light
signal. A simplex multimode fiber optic link transports the optical signal to the RCVR module which then
demultiplexes the optical signal back into the individual quadrature signals for connection to the encoder
input of the motor drive or motion control system.
1.2. Fields of Application
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Long distance extension of encoder link through noisy environments
Interference-free feedback for VFD and Medium/High Voltage drive systems
Industrial: Oil & gas, mining/extracting, refining, steel mills
Medical
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1.3. Features
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DIN rail mount XMTR and RVCR modules
Models for +5 VDC or +10-30 VDC Encoders
Models for RS422 (TTL) or HTL/Push-Pull line drive circuits
EMI/RFI immune fiber optic transmission link
Encoder Link can reach up to 2 km
Wide System Loss Budget
Can support 2 encoders if Index not used
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2. Ordering Information
XMTR
Module P/N
RCVR
Module P/N
+5 VDC Input Power
RS422 Differential Line Driver Outputs
Up to 4 Channels
A+/A-/B+/B-/C+/C-/D+/D-
9770.30.100
9770.30.200
+10-30 VDC Input Power
RS422 Differential Line Driver Outputs
Up to 4 Channels
A+/A-/B+/B-/C+/C-/D+/D-
9770.30.140
9770.30.210
+10-30 VDC Input Power
HTL or Push-Pull Differential Line Driver Outputs
Up to 4 Channels
A+/A-/B+/B-/C+/C-/D+/D-
9770.30.160
9770.30.220
Encoder Types
Encoder Type 1
Encoder Type 2
Encoder Type 3
Note: The XMTR and RCVR modules do not have to be for the same encoder type. Specifying
a different RCVR module allows adapting signals to mismatched equipment/encoder
interfaces. This is not a recommended practice but is a solution for those applications where
the actual Encoder is incompatible with the downstream Encoder Interface on the motor
drive.
Industrial grade ST-to-ST simplex cable assemblies may be specified using the ordering code
MR320-M06Txx where xx is the length in meters.
3. Standard Contents
For a complete transmission system, be sure to order both XMTR and RCVR modules:
• XMTR module as ordered
• RCVR module as ordered
• MR321A 2.5mm fiber optic cleaning kit (one per order)
• Instruction Manual (this document, one hard copy per order)
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4. Installation and Operation
4.1. Mounting Modules on DIN Rail
Figure 2. Modules mount on standard 35mm DIN rail
Per Figure 4, first clip the fixed (white side) mount into one side of DIN rail. Then snap the
black, spring-loaded end into place.
Figure 3. Close up of DIN rail adapter on module
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4.2. Fiber Optic Connections to the Modules
The MR361 modules feature a bayonet-style ST-PC optical interface. Be sure that the ST plug
end face is clean before being installed into the ST receptacle. Be sure to align the key on the
plug with the slot on the receptacle before beginning to insert the connector.
Figure 4. ST Optical Interface on Module
Figure 5. Module shown with supplied Phoenix Combicon® Wiring Plugs
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4.3. Electrical Connections to the Module
As shown in Figure 5, both the XMTR and RCVR modules feature modular Phoenix Combicon®
screw-type wiring plugs for making electrical connections to the XMTR/RCVR module and
encoder. Two plugs (J1 and J2) are supplied with each module:
• J1, 2C plug for power connection to module (Phoenix 1840366)
• J2, 11C plug for encoder connections (encoder power and quadrature outputs,
Phoenix 1840450)
The following table shows wiring connections to both XMTR and RCVR modules:
Connector Pin XMTR Module
Signal Description
Ground (Input)
J1
1
+Uin Supply (Input, same as Vin))
2
RCVR Module
Signal Description
J2
Ground (To Drive)
+Ub Supply (Optional use, same as +Ub)
Channel A+ (To Drive)
Channel A- (To Drive)
Channel B+ (To Drive)
Channel B- (To Drive)
Channel C+/Index+ (To Drive, if used)
Channel C-/Index- (To Drive, if used)
Channel D+ (To Drive, if used))
Channel D- (To Drive, if used)
Cable Shield
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Ground (To Encoder)
+Ub Supply (To Encoder, same as +Vb)
Channel A+ (From Encoder)
Channel A- (From Encoder)
Channel B+ (From Encoder)
Channel B- (From Encoder)
Channel C+/Index+ (From Encoder)
Channel C-/Index- (From Encoder)
Channel D+ (From Encoder, if used)
Channel D- (From Encoder, if used)
Cable Shield
Ground (Input)
+Uin Supply (Input)
NOTE: In Germany, U is the abbreviation for voltage whereas the USA and others use V
Hence, Uin=Vin (external power input) and Ub=Vb (encoder power input)
IMPORTANT NOTE: Inputs and outputs should be terminated as shown in Figure 6.
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Figure 6. How to terminate XMTR inputs or RCVR outputs
4.4. System Start-Up & Performance Check
With all optical and electrical connections made to both XMTR and RCVR modules, the green
LED on the front of each module displays status. Figure 7 illustrates the meaning of the
status LED for both XMTR and RCVR modules.
The status LEDs do not indicate if encoder signals are active. The system transmits exactly
what it sees at the inputs of the XMTR module. Best encoder wiring and cabling practices
must be followed to make sure that the encoder signal inputs are clean and properly
grounded. Signal integrity should be verified with an oscilloscope.
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Figure 7. Meaning of Status LED on XMTR and RCVR Modules
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5. Troubleshooting
The following are potential issues and recommended solutions when troubleshooting the
MR361 Fiber Optic Encoder Link system. For issues not listed, please contact Micronor Sales.
5.1. Potential Issues & Solutions
5.1.1. XMTR Power Green LED not ON when controller powered
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Verify solid electrical connection between wires and screw terminal for both +Uin/+Vin
and GND.
Verify that external power supply is rated correctly for the encoder being used and
connected
Contact Micronor Sales for further assistance.
5.1.2. RCVR Link Status LED not ON when controller powered
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Verify solid electrical connection between wires and screw terminal for both +Uin/+Vin
and GND.
Verify that external power supply is rated correctly for the drive inputs.
Contact Micronor Sales for further assistance.
5.1.3. RCVR Link Status LED Blinks
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Verify optical link cabling is properly connected and undamaged. A visual fault finder
is an inexpensive tool for verifying continuity.
Measure RCVR end of link with an optical power meter. Should read at least -24 dBm.
Verify that the entire fiber optic system does not exceed system loss margin
specifications. Use either an optical power meter or OTDR to trace the link.
Clean all fiber optic connector surfaces using appropriate cleaning materials.
Contact Micronor Sales for further assistance.
5.1.4. RCVR Encoder Outputs not working but both LEDs On
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If accessible, verify outputs of Encoder using oscilloscope
Verify A/B/C/D inputs to XMTR module using oscilloscope
Verify A/B/C/D outputs of RCVR module using oscilloscope
Contact Micronor Sales for further assistance.
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5.2. Damaged In Shipment
In the event of a damaged instrument, write or call your nearest MICRONOR office in the USA or
Europe. A. Please retain the shipping container in case reshipment is required for any reason.
If you receive a damaged instrument you should:
1)
2)
3)
Report the damage to your shipper immediately.
Inform MICRONOR
Save all shipping cartons.
Failure to follow this procedure may affect your claim for compensation.
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6. Warranty Information
Warranty
MICRONOR warrants this product to be free from defects in material and workmanship for a
period of 1 (one) year from date of shipment. During the warranty period we will, at our option,
either repair or replace any product that proves to be defective.
To exercise this warranty, write or call your local MICRONOR representative or contact
MICRONOR headquarters. You will be given prompt assistance and return instructions. Send
the instrument, transportation prepaid, to the indicated service facility. Repairs will be made
and the instrument returned transportation prepaid. Repaired products are warranted for the
balance of the original warranty period, or at least 90 days.
Limitations of Warranty
This warranty does not apply to defects resulting from unauthorized modification or misuse of
any product or part. This warranty also does not apply to Fiber Optic Connector interfaces,
fuses, power supplies or AC line cords. This warranty is in lieu of all other warranties,
expressed or implied, including any implied warranty of merchantability of fitness for a
particular use. MICRONOR. shall not be liable for any indirect, special or consequent
damages.
Contact Information:
For North and South America:
Micronor Inc.
900 Calle Plano, Suite K
Camarillo, CA 93012
USA
Phone +1-805-389-6600
Fax
+1-805-389-6605
Email sales@micronor,com
URL www.micronor.com
For Europe, Middle East, Asia, Africa:
Micronor AG
Pumpwerkstrasse 32
CH-8015 Regensdorf
SWITZERLAND
Phone +41-44-843-4020
Phone +41-44-843-4039
Email sales@micronor.ch
URL www.micronor.ch
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7. Specifications
XMTR
Module P/N
RCVR
Module P/N
+5 VDC Input Power
RS422 Differential Line Driver Outputs
Up to 4 Channels
A+/A-/B+/B-/C+/C-/D+/D-
9770.30.100
9770.30.200
+10-30 VDC Input Power
RS422 Differential Line Driver Outputs
Up to 4 Channels
A+/A-/B+/B-/C+/C-/D+/D-
9770.30.140
9770.30.210
+10-30 VDC Input Power
HTL or Push-Pull Differential Line Driver Outputs
Up to 4 Channels
A+/A-/B+/B-/C+/C-/D+/D-
9770.30.160
9770.30.220
Encoder Types/Part Numbers
Encoder Type 1
Encoder Type 2
Encoder Type 3
Optical Specifications
Fiber Optic Interface
Fiber Optic Cabling
Link Distance
Optical Transmitter
Input Sampling Rate (Per Channel)
Specification
ST-PC
OM1, 62.5/125µm Graded Index MMF
Lesser of 6 dB or 2 km
850nm LED
2 MHz
Electrical Specifications
Electrical Interface
Module Power (J1)
Encoder Connections (J2)
Power Supply Requirements
+5V XMTR Module
+5V RCVR Module
+10-30V XMTR Module
+10-30V RCVR Module
Encoder Connections
Quadrature Outputs
Specification
Phoenix Combicon MC 3.5mm Screw Terminal Plugs
One each supplied with each module:
J1: 2C Plug, Phoenix P/N 1840366
J2: 11C Plug, Phoenix P/N 140450
160 mA + Encoder Power Consumption
160 mA + Line Termination Consumption
110 mA + Encoder Power Consumption
110 mA + Line Termination Consumption
Up to 4 channels (A/B/C/D),
RS422/TTL, HTL/Push-Pull Differential or Unipolar,
Depending on Model
These terminals are directly connected
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Encoder Power
to J1 Module Power Input
Environmental Specifications
Specification
Temperature Range
Humidity
Ingress Protection
-10° C to +65° C (-14° F to +149° F)
0% to 90% RH (non-condensing)
IP40
Physical Specifications
Specification
Mounting
35mm DIN Rail
Housing
18 x 111 x 88 mm
(0.70 x 4.37 x 3.47 inches)
65 g (2.25 oz)
Weight
Specifications subject to change without notice
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8. Theory of Operation
A functional block diagram in shown in Error! Reference source not found., showing the Encoder,
XMTR module, optical link, RCVR module and Remote Motor Drive encoder input connections.
The system can accommodate up to 4 channels (A/B/C/D) although most systems use just
A/B or A/B/Index for encoder feedback. In addition, 2 encoders can be served by one link if
only A/A’/B/B’ signals are used.
The Encoder connections to the XMTR module are electrically multiplexed and then
transmitted optically over a simplex fiber optic link. The optical input signal to the RCVR is
then converted back to the electrical domain and demultiplexed back into same 4-channel
encoder signals. The RCVR outputs are then connected to the encoder inputs of the Motor
Drive (or similar motion control system interface).
The end-to-end conversion and optical transmission process is completely transparent to the
Remote Motor Drive. The MR361 system simply extends the reach of the Encoder using fiber
optic transmission techniques.
Figure 8. Theory of Operation of MR361 Fiber Optic Encoder Link System
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9. Applications
9.1. Using unused XMTR inputs for signaling inputs.
Traditional encoders have only A/B or A/B/Index outputs. That leaves 1 (D) or 2 (C & D)
unused input channels that could be used for routing additional signaling inputs as shown in
the example of Figure 9 .
Figure 9. How to use unused XMTR inputs for signaling inputs
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10.
Mechanical Reference Drawing
The XMTR and RCVR modules are the same size and dimensions.
Dimensions in mm
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